Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 13, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00911
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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The QsceoUi, County High School ben J ff. NIGHT. ALL MEMBERS AREA; URGED "TO ATTEND.. -promissory note election held ..' sl
11..' year came to a close Monday night I The High school male quartette DAVIDSON CETSCONTRACT in Kissimmee Saturday for the
with the graduating exercise' held Messrs. Murray Over-street Burton AS MATTERS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE CITY'WILLCOME ___ amount of $45,000 to be used for M
# the.. auditorium.. Every event of Ames Walter Bass, and C. H. 'Summers ( I TO. COVER DAMN AVE. DITCH civic improvements found ;favor in ,,, t .,
i commencement week demonstrated Jr.. rendered the descriptive 'r" the sight of property' owner, carry- tr. ;
1/. the high: ideals of the institution and song "The Americans Come. A The unsightly open ditch on Dakin inK with a gratifying majority. ot
.'4t',: "showed the splendid work done by deafening applause followed 'this avettu*. between Church street and I The resolution calling for the election \,
'l the students. number and the audience was rewarded : way.which has marred the stipulated that $30.000 b* used
:ff. The program opened with a march .: for their effort with a clever original beauty of the city and has been a in'pa vinJr the streets connecting with, ,
from Tannhauser," the invocation song with amusing .hits for. menace to health- for years, will soon the hard surface road on. the south ':
'Si i pronounced and the girls charge faculty and 'students alike. be a thing of the past for the city and St. Cloud on the east, the remaining n ''i-
:f rang "The Wonderful Call. The orchestra I The delivery of medals revealedthe : HON. N. C BRYAN PLEASED council has let the contract for a. $15,000 to be used for drainage '-.1
t ;; played again: rendering theft fact that Burton Ames had cap- brick arch to span the space.A. purposes.
s beautiful prelude and Sicilians from tured the Fell Essay medal and L. Davidson one of Kisajmmee's The vote polled Saturday showed
,':' I Cavalleria Rusticana." Miss Ruth Campbell the' Mathematicand contractors and concrete workers, only ten descanting votes to the ..
)' 5to, The address of the evening was the General excellence medals; I.was the successful 'bidder, and ,secured - paving proposition and although less'
ff\ delivered by lion. Doyle Carlton the then the goal for which the Seniors WITH LEGISLATURE'S WORK I the.contract at $1,200 for the appreciation was evident in the
I,},; silver tongued orator of South Flor had strived through the preparatoryyears completed job. drainage question, this feature of the .
t 'jf;' ida. Mr. Carlton's message to the of primary, intermediate and Actual construction will begin as I election polled more than the necessary 11;
':..t'>> young people was inspiration to grammar schools. up'to the high ,I soon as Contractor Davidson can secure vote. ,
styi all, who sat within the sound of his school and through the full course I Hon. N. C. Bryan returned from druggists and the sale of alcohol hla material. Bid on the paving will -,. advertised .
cr} \t', Voice- and absolute stillness prevaded 'till at. last the coveted' diplomas were Tallahassee this week where he has must be under the same restrctions TRAPSHOOTING .for now and it will be only a .i:1:
the the sentences fell from laid in their outstretched hands and matter of months till Kissimmee will
room as been at his post of duty iri the as that placed by the .U. S. Govern- j
;, .i' his lips'like mushr from-a--harpists' their feet were readv to enter the halls of the state legislature duringthe men'. BOOKS ARE READY have !good roads from which visitor ) I
, ,; fingers, calling them on to be dreamer 1, waiting world of endeavor. session just closed. I I' Any one is subject to fine which is may enter from every direction. y
t of dreams and doer of deeds. "A Supt. C. E. Yowell delivered the ,,I: Mr. Bryan said he was glad to be convicted of selling extracts or. pat- The revised trapshooting rules, The drainage: proposition is equals. l
.\; gem of oratory," Hon. W. J. Sears diplomas then veritable. shower of'j i|i home again: but he considered the ent medicines beverages ana the brought up to meet present day conditions ly .neceisarry for the greatest advancement -
; )"i;' \ later he was called to the rostrum graduates till .the rostrum resembleda standpoint ofkeeping down bad rest on the one who sells. I by the 'American Trapshooting Association. ditching machine will be purchased .
-'- -At. the close 01.the address Tony flower!( garden with presents measures, as well as passing: good .. These books are now the; ditching system cleaned out and ,
' of Kissirrrmee's former-- enough. for Christmas timer I i Heretofore, when illicit stilling for distribution. .
I't' Regero: one ready Sportsmen extended where it is thought pract-;) t
,/-i graduatessang "The Secret of Prof. Evans, aided by the audience. ,ones.When asked what he consideredthe apparatus was. found on a man'sproperty ;,who'\ desire'a copy of the rules can cat
d9, with orchestra I thanked Miss Seals, who had served it could be confiscated but '
Home Sweet Home most important measure passedhe secure same by addressing the Am-
accompaniment, and responded to the (Continued said without reservation "The punishment stopped there he ex- erican Trapshooting Association 460 Miss Margaret Veach. will teach
insistent encore with a "second num- on .Page Eight) I Good Roads Laws." ''plained. By the new measure any Fourth avenue. New- York. I In the Lakeland schools next year.
'oi\e found with such apparatus in his
"Abolishing- leasing of convict possession is subject to( fine which

} DIST. CONFERENCE labor would and be equivalent diverting it to to appropriating road making bition considerably laws. strengthens; 'the prohi- PROF. EVANS IS PRESENTED '.

jToRLANoo; $800.000 two mill annually tax also it is passed estimated.The by the. I "Compulsory school education*lack.
ed the Governor's signature when I
would total approximately
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\ ADJOURNED WEDNESDAY half$700,000 million more dollars making and a doubt left Tallahassee he will sign, but it. there is little WITH SOLID SILVER SERVICE I

f "This! sum will be met dollar for I, "A pet bill of mine one which I
? dollar by the Federal aid which will 1!introduced into the house was that
I make available during the next two]I referring to venerlal disease. This -

The Orlando district conference .of ,I Hilburn, D. D., presiding elder. years the grand total of six million measure of the has federal the hearty government commendation In I In token of their appreciation of was the case with Prof. Evans and f
Xhe Methodist church which was in Oviedo and Geneva-Rev. L. E. dollars that" will be converted into fact four doctors were sent to I!his thirteen years of faithful and ef- the present class of twenty-two
__ aesttjoTx tfere Tuesday and Wednesday I Wright. good roads. (Tallahassee army to aid if need be, in ficient service as. principal of Osce. :[Splendid boys and girls. He said Mr. i'
closed Wednesday night. Rodman and Crescent City-Rev. I Mr. Bryan referred to the prohibition of- ing this measure." pU.-1 lola High School the citizens of Kis- {Evans had mote than justified every
Presiding Elder J. P. Hilburn of W. H. Funk. measures passed which are simmee presented to Prof. R. M. 'expectation of him, and had managed -
f Orlando, presided at the session of IL I Sanford-Rev. C. W. White Rev. course his pet laws. These will When asked if the past session Evans at the closing of the graduating the schools throughout his long
well at- I K. O. J. Ed Putnam tighten the cords around the wouldbe was a harmonious one he replied; himself
the conference which were Sessions. Pope, exercises last Monday night a i incumbency with credit to 1,
tended and much business of moment [ Mrs. W. T. Thornton. S. O. transgressor he said for the "AU:>ut as much soas usual but I chest of handsome sterling silver. ,and to the town, and that it was ;
handling ( whiskey and brandy has everyone left Tallahassee feeling
I to the denomination. was tran.acted.1 Shinholder. ware. peculiarly fitting that our citizens
! A A memorial service in memory of ,I Umatilla and Tavaree-(Rev. F. L. been taken" out, -,of---the- ----hands------of---the--- good over the work _accomplished. Congressman W. J.: Sears, who should show their apprecation in this jy
the late John Lee: was held Wednes- ,,Crowson Rev. E. H. Crowson. 1 was county superintendent when public manner.c .
day afternoon at 3 o'clock, but on ', Webster-It. C. Hardin. C. L. Ea- I Prof. Evans took charge of the !Mr.. Evans was taken completelyby v
j account of the heavy rain which fell I IciY, Mrs. Qa S. Watkins. J. P. Phillips, NEW ABSTRACT CO AMERICAN LEGION TO school, and with whom .he worked surprise, and was so overcome "
here at that time the attendance was : o Watkins.WelakaRev.. harmoniously for eight years was with emotion that he could not speak n
not-sgo( large as had 'been hoped for. W. A. Lowder. delegated to make the presentation for a few moments He 'then graciously -
The following delegates were in Winter Garden-Rev. G. W. ASKS FOR CHARTERIn MEET NEXT TUESDAY speech. He stated that in looking thanked the citizens of Kia-
attendance: I IApopka Stubbs, G. W. Bray. around for a principal of the<< school, simmee for their kindness and stat'I'
i -Revi F. M. C. Eades. J. I(I Winter Haven-Rev. A. M. Daiger, '- ibhe, assistance of Senator C. A. ed that If he had known of the loveland
J. Anderson J. D. Henderson, Mrs.J R. E. L. Farmer C. E. Klnsinger C. this issue of the Gazette will Tuesdayevening at 7:30: p. m., at ,'CarloW; he had discovered a diamondin esteem in which he was held he ,
D. Henderson. L. Sensabaugh Mrs. C. L. Sensa- be found the notice ''Of' applicationfor the Council chamber. a meeting of the rough, vi*: "Bob" Evans, who if he could have made up his i
Enterprise-Rev. R. I. Allen. baugh. "" charter 'of the Osceola Guarantee the W. T: Makinsont Post; No. 10 I was then teaching in the Tampa 'mind to leave. ...-
i Grand Island-W. J. Bartlett C. -Webster-Mr*, E. E. Edge A. L. Title Co.. a new abstract business American Legion, will meet to adoptelect schools, but was untried and his ability Mr. Evans had previously been j
: W. Bayliss. Smith, L. P.'Hagan.Maitland which has been launched under the constitution and by-laws and unknown as a principal. presented with a handsome electrol- /
Hames City and Loughman-Rev. -Rev. G. C. Herndon.Connectional I leadership of James M. Johnston permanent officers. He said It was too often the case lier by the teachers and of the ;
C.E Gutteridge. J. F. Hutchinson men visiting the conference who has had large experience in this All honorably discharged soldiers,I that flowers were reserved for' the high school, with all of whom*he is
Hawthorne-Rev. R. T. Caldwell. were Revs, I. S. Patterson, )line of work and will be in active .- dead, that he believed in giving credit de.ervedlypop lar. ,
Lake Wales and Frostproof L. and S. W. Walker. the former Con- charge of the business. : andsC where credit is due. while the person Prof. Evans will be sadly missedto
Cri swell.Maitland. ference Missionary Secretary and I The other incorporators mentionedin d is still living and able to know Klssimmee, not only as principalof
-F. B. Leake, J. M. Lord. the latter agent for the:."Southern I I I the notice are G._P, Garrett of the dress the meeting on thVnesTflts of !of and appreciate it. He said It was the school, but as a citizen who
M. M. Lord, R W. Lord, W N. Hern- College.: Also Dr. J. H. Then-ell, }law firm pf Johnston & Garrett and' the .Jacksonville ,.convention. outlining seldom the privilege of a principal to was alwayiy ready to battle for the
'don. .. 'from ,Qcala. Sunday-school field: secretary Mayor J. 'W, Steed also a lawyer, the purposes and 'wOrk of the begin with a class in the first grade right, and to do "his full share in any
Moore Haven and Avon. Park-r- addressed the conference on and member of the firm of Kribbs, American Legion.. It Is very Important and watch the unfolding of their undertaking that was for the moral, t,
Rev. W. A. Fischer, ;Sunday-Schools-and-Rev.--C.: ; H. Summers Akerman & Steed: that.all who are eligible to membership minds and characters throughout the social or civic betterment of the town !
Orlando-Rev./ J. R. Cason Tr J. addressed the conference on the The officers named to serve the be present. years till the time of graduation! _as' or community. ,
t Watkins E.;: N. Watkins, Dr. J. P. Centenary. I company till the first annual meeting Thirty-nine posts have already
are as follows: been established in the state with an
President and Treasurer James aggregate membership of. over 2,000, CASES DISPOSED OF MEDAL WINNERS IN J
NEW PRINCIPAL WAS IO'R. WEAVER URGESCOOPERATIVE M. Johnston and it is expected the membershipwill
Vice-President. G. P. .Garrett. reach 10,000 by January 1st. f n;I
Secretary, ,. IN COUNTY COURT
HERE LAST MONDAY DAIRY The company will have offices in Temporary Post Com: ;
there of. the Citizens Bank where -
Mr. Johnston has been 'engaged in John and Milton Graham left this Judge T. M. Murphy convened Jt has long .btan.the custom ,of. '
Prof. A.: H. Fills;:""Of Miami, who The Kissimmee board1of trade abstract business the put ..everalweekll. I(I week for Fort Vallev, Ga., to workin county court on Monday and disposed friends of the Kissimmee schools to
has accepted the position as- superintendent gave almost undivided time at their the fruit packing there.. of more than the usual number offer medal for excellence along
of the Kissimmee schools, meeting Friday evening to consider .- 01> cases. certain lines and the awarding of ,
made the resignation of ,ing the.question of a cooperative The criminal cases comprised_the these Medals has become one of the 9
"Prof. It. M. Evans, wa here the early dairy for this county. CLASS NIGHT EXERCISES I following* .. most interesting: features of com
part of the week looking over hi* Dr. R. Thor Weaver, the county Two oases against A. B. Peavy and mencement week.
new field of labor.Professor agent presented the general plan AND INTERESTING James; Shlhee, one for. illegally Captain Rose the State chemist
Fillers comes to .Kissira- and his 'friend Mr. Vaughn, of Dade UNIQUE ranaportlng; liquor on state highways was a former citizen: of Osceola county p
mee with thl highest recommendations. City pve''interesting facts reR'jadiJlP -- ,. and the other for aggravated and each year offers V medal for
He is a graduate of Marys- ) : the actual working out of assault. Both nol pressed. general excellence the Grammar
-vilie. Term., of the University of Chi- the plan in Pasco county; where it The public was generally surprised a more intimate i history of the class, of J. Sheldon Browne school and the High school. .
ajro.. 111., with B. S. and B. A. degrees i* now operating a success. Friday night when the g overlooking no member but tagging charged; with hunting without a license E. N. Fell who at one time resided! s'
and ,, has done some work in Dr. Weaver is Interesting the farmers ,class of'19 appeared in an entertainment each with ..charUteristlc pseudom- was ordered estreated. at Narcoossee, .continue to stimulate ,
the"University of Tennessee. of this community In the new of unusual merit' under the ym. which were frequently referredto Anne Gallaway, charged with aggravated effort among the 'membeM tof>the
Prof. Fillers has had seven industry and expects to start the ball I guise of Class Night throughout the evening. S6 amusing assault, was found !guilty graduating class by offering 'beaniful -' .
,practical experience in teaching years,both rolling soon in case the board of No detail had been given out as were the hits that applause and and fined $100 and cost This.. medal for: the most meritorious yd
as principal of the schools and as trade and the merchants will cooperate to what the nature jot the program laughter from the audience frequently tence was withdrawn and she was essay on some given subject. This
t teacher of subjects. He has been one by giving. it their financial aid. would be and every one was anticipating 1 interrupted the speakers. It is re-sentenced to a fine of $50 and year the subject assigned was Why 1.
Florida's educators for the No action was taken 'at the meeting something out of the ordinary worthy of note that half of this\ 'original costs. Germany Failed."
of pa.ttwo
years, teaching science in the but a committee will be appointed though no ,one was prepared for the i dialogue was in rhyme.A W. T. :Angel pleaded !guilty to selling C. A. Carson gives a medal to the
Miami schools.Athletics later to look into the project. cleverness, the witt and best of all I I violin quartette rendered by goods on Sunday:Sentence' was girl makln.r. the highest1 average ,ina
was among his special The organization. went on record the spontaniety of the program Miss Mary Tiller and Mesir Henry suspended.R. declamation contest, 7 anoT J. ,L. y,
ties during the years he was a .student with a vote of thanks to- the city where hilarity ran riot, good natured Edwards, Burton Ames and Clifford M. Montsdoca. Joe Tracy and verstreet makes the same offer to
at Maryaville, where he_was afoot council, the mayor the marshal, the hits were !given sand taken and repartee Lester with Miss Helen Bass at the Akiai McClelland, charged with as the boys.M. .
ball regular for five years. Since city engineer and any one else who answered repartee in \quick suc piano made a pleasing Interruptionto 'sault'was) continued, the prosecuting Katz. who believes In the value '
then he has coached either foot balL had a hand in fitting up. the swimming cession. the fun and Miss xsorma uftfnTT witness J beffig i but of therstale. of mathematics, gives a medal for i iil r
basket hall, base ball or track witn pool on the Graystone lawn The curtain'rose upon a stage setting added a note of seriousness to make Frank Johnson, John Bradley""and the best average made in that subject ,
gratifying results. which has become one of the most of a real home with several of the evening complete by giving a Hattie Johnson charged with petty by any member of the High: s
popular spots in the city both'to the the Seniors in evidence class verdict of not ,school.
Prof. Fillers stated to a representative though judging touching poem. larceny escaped, a
of the Gazette that he was kiddies and the older people: from their conversation they Miss Carolyn Fripp was named guilty being directed by the court.R. This year another medal was ads a)
much pleased with the impressivegraduating were expecting the full membershipof class prophet and a very charming C. Jernigan charged; with haying ded to the list for Prof. R. M. Evans
: exercises/ he had witnessed TAKE CARE OF THE SURPLUS the class for a last "spend the prophetess she was, as she dreamedthe : possession of 4 quarts of intoxicating offered one to the member of the '?
Monday. It was especially signt- VEGETABLES. evening" together With their en- future achievement of her fellow ( liquors, plead not guilty. Verdict Cadet company, who should be fudged -
flcent. he said that the people of trance the fun began. Frank Bryan, class mate. This feature of the evening directed by court of "not guilty." the best man in a compdtlttredrill.
Kissimmee so honored Prof. Evans A meeting: will be held Tuesday who is class president sounded the was decidedly clever and Of two other liquor casesone S
who wa leaving here and the tokensof afternoon at 4:30 in the demonstration gavel and asked what the company greatly entertained the audience. against U. S. Grant and the other i honor young people who had receivingthese the
their appreciation were a favorable kitchen at which the details for desired, and some : Miss Mary' Singeltary read a complete : against Call 41- Jernigan, the Grant and.determination of
omen to the one who' was beginning co-operative fanning will be worked "Let's play we are graduating and *nd comprehensive will dis case closed by a verdict of not !guilty, medals, were: .
his labors in this city. out and the officers chosen.A have a stunt night which suggestion'of aiL class property real and directed by the court, and the other Essay-(Burton Ames. _RuthCampbell.
"I feel," he continued." that my cordial invitation is extended toll wa immediately put into effect. imaginary. i' was nolle pressed.The General Excellence--Miss i"
associations here will be ones who-are interested in filling ,their Frank Bryan _acted a* master of --Misses Sarah Clark\ and Blanche cases against ter Maklnson- 'fIIf'
and that I shall be able to give value pantries. ceremonies and announced (the events Davis were- then Called to*the' footlights and George Overstreet terminate in Declamation-Miss Jo. -- '
:rfCel ed." i -and introduced those who took brought as giftorians, and a a. ..erelict.of not guilty by a Jury. and 1. J. MeCranle. Jr.Mathematics Ruth Camp
Referring to his plan for the com Harold Woodall fa' in Georgia some. special part.A basket filled with gift .which they John Bailey was found not !guiltyby -Miss ,
In<<.year he said: "Of course I be-\ when he will work in the fruit pack parody of two popular bongs distributed with comic original verse. a jury. Bailey was charged with Cadet Combany-Walter' Griffin. .. (
1 ;.lie**.that. atheletics' is ''an important / -- gave a musical beginning to the en- Bert Well responded for the class doing business without a proper li- General Excellence Grammar- .
factor .in school life, and activity in tertainment, then Richard Bullock with a gift and amusing comment i cense. School Miss Elizabeth G. )( .
literature societies '.noalcl-be encour- his duties here.' gave a witty history of the class for each of the giftorians. A directed verdict wa* given by the o..ley.T
.stged and ,of course a school papeh Khalmmee's new superintendent is from its entrance into high school Henry Edward, the baby of. the court in the case of H. E. Smith
,< *Outride .of these generalities. I have a young man of very pleasinRper. till tAe present time couching the years, won the honor. >> of valedictorian -. charged with obtaining goods under was that of Will William', vs. American
msda no plans." sonality, is just 32 Tear -of age; and fsets.and( fiction) humorous lang- and performed that service false pretense. Railway Express Co.. for Tortdamages' ,
Prof."' Fillers was accompanied by comes to this community with all the uage. The successes and failures, in a creditable manner with a The cases against Berry. Sylvesterand ; J5(1O.Thl..-was- continued: ;
"Kra. Filler, and went from here to firs 'And enthusiasm and 1dea1 of the pleasures and vicitudes of class well thought out address of. more Paul Godwin charged with petty pending a settlement S
'tbe-fitate College for Women at Tallahassee young manhood. Since this city '19 pere painted as a-&J1oramte-view.-- than -ordinary merit..,-Thi...cloeedthe UTcesy.: was. noU. 1'08Hd.HarryTOutIawp1eid i"f
where he will teach ScienA" pads must, make; a' change in the before the eyes .of the audience. program but ai the curtain descended Ir\ITItyIo-petft Mrs: --J. -1MCoehraae 'retume ,- tr
in the Summer. school.' then expect school superintendent it was. most Edgar Bryan and Burton Ames the Senior rave three rah-rah larceny and was fined $60 or six home Friday from Tampa, where she
to go' to'his. home in Greenville, fortunate that, (A was induced. too accept Irere.introduced.M linguists and well for the Juniors for the faculty and months Jn jail was th. guest of her ,granddaughter.
Tenn., for1. a*.nort .vi t before assum- 'tltle"important post: sustained their titles as they gave for Old Osceola. The only civil case on. the docket If.Eli WItt ._J.J.X;; s r"


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",' ":1X7'E. are never 'without Dr. Cald- ANNUAL MEETING, OF FLORIDA' COUNTY ;,'AGENTS!, ,REPORT ur re-s Ta UI**. chill totloiMOmi '

: Leon County: Sweet; potato draw vitality.od WMrtr bf purifyla4 ... .r ,

:. Y .well's Syrup Pepsin in our: STATE AUTO ASS.'N.: AT' DELAND I eral moving hundred rely tfcouiandbeing from this county shipped, '.ev. tfcbk.*rari8oratIQ"Jrect the blood. "YMeaawMla trios t..l eoC.L .a mreslaM '!4{

', ... -. Home and never will' be a? long as, we, can11get '- _:""'-* -* the 'past week: Milk shipments increasing -..- ., .I

(fwrttt' fol. t"weelt:) daily. About 1000 .gallons.. corn and'potato crops' 'in the Moor
,it. We have used it for the past four years'and At DeLand yesterday the Florida ''states. ,nt6. -|- are being shipped from the local' station Haven section are most promising..

2"'it"has saved 'many doctor's bill.. It is fine State Antomoble Association, met in 0 a unanimous vote each day., -The-2,000 acres of tomatoes are in
us', ,a annual session and passed upon some the original WiJder highway bill which Dade CountQuito a number oT fine condition. The canning factory is
for the' children and to take' it." very important highway matters has met with such dissatis boys being discharged frynunllitarj in shape to care'for that part of. the)
they love!. ; Which ultimatelywill, affect the thousands' faction over, the state.thorough service tare locating; -raan4 in tai crop not profitable for shipment ia '

/From letttr to -CaWwell:: written by\ < '.and thousands of: motorists in 6. '-Endorsing-, move to'aid the county.{ .Many: of these buy.are from the fresh state. The. drop will be
Florida and those .who 'the No.t"'and all of-them1'' arc want hauled from the fields by the us* of
'- state sheriffs in
2207 So.
I Mr. and Mr* Harry Robbins, .. collecting auto taxes from '
> I during the winter lag positions ,farms, : trucks.. About nine,, trucks and 16 r;
; V" AbElwood Ind. delinquents. who deliberately
i .1.t' t .''.. i, i : iQ/( t Mr. M. M.. Smith-; of Orlando' was the ,law. evade Clay' County:' '''Great kquantities'of tractOBS are. in use by'. the farmers'. of .
I !! it'" : again elected to the office of presi 7. Endorsing a resolution that:all feedstuffs being'' planted,* especially this ,. ctlon/ -
> dent,' which he'has velvet '' ., "'
ably and efficient horte-drven vehicles should 'beans, soy beans and corn.
Die Caldwell: \ ly held since organization of the front and rear lights at nght. carry.-- Several new silos going up and the Rub-M".TIm Is a"great pain killer., ,
F. S. A. AJ two years ago. 8.. Carrying_ nd endorsing the Hull dairy industry is getting. good head. It relieves pain and soreness caused .k
The next annual meeting; which motion for' a better' protection for way. by Rheumatism Neuralgia, Sprains
: S'yrupPeps-in will be held in February 1920 will roads and bridges'; and DeSoto_CountY: The_na"'Y'be.nL" etc.-(Adv.)
I : be held at Ocala It- was decided t-> 9. Endorsing a resolution that all .... . -
.' hold tri-annual meetings hereafter. club ..
money. collected; should be ex- tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'mmammmmmmmmmmytmmmmaimmmmmmmmtLiKed .
In October,. 1919 lakeland will play pended through the executive .. 1. '
The Perfect Laxative .. host to the rood' roads' boosters, but mittee for the carrying of com-all .m t .
: r
** the real annual meeting goes to matters pertaining to road -
Ocala. ,legislation, etc. :I 'BetterS: ,
,r.A l': Sold by Druggists Everywhere did The herself beautiful proud little-entertaining city of DeLand the hold After tri-annual.discussion it was voted to :I e :: .01'"

.' 50 cts. (q S.;: ) $1.00Constipation' delegates who came from Crescent to arouse state-wide meetings 'enthusiasm.jn an effort .1

r City Eustis, Lakeland, Halnes City, Hereater these meetings will be hejd :: '- Than Coffee f
Mount Doro, New Smyrna Orlando, in February, June and October. of ..
'-' Ocala Winter Garden Winter Haven each year. :: --"" :I ,
t f" ...n N makes children uncomfortable cross 1nd'r' and Tavares. : The DeLand Motor Club and the ,- for
w\ 'irritable, just as it does' older' people.. Dr. (Caldwell'sSyrup. Mr. P. K. Van Valkenburgh/ secretary DeLand Commercial Club :were given i uniformly high grade 8mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
t f\ : of the association in his annual a vote of thanks for the splendid en. of flavor its steady -
; Pepsin acts, easily and naturally and promotes i report told of the wonderful .progress tertainment showered upon-the visit :: always
g.4 \f\\ made by association since its ors. The convention was held in the and fair and its Si
normal A trial bottle be obtained free of i price economy
a regularity. can creation two years ago. There tare handsome and imposing .-Commerciol ::

i i 'charge by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washings now nearly 30 clubs throughout Flor- Club building whl !h' is one of the I
ida with a. paid up membership of leading buildings of its kind in the m y
_ s St.:, Monticello 111. ;J' 1,024.. and abost one-half that many South. Punch was served by fait' : :_:
, who have not paid their dues. Last young ladies of the city, and at 'noon
'. ,II, year $13,000 passed throughthe-.the-visitors were given. fine
a dinner
"14. 1(headquarters at. Orlandoandthpusands )-tat( The Inn. ..After the businessTlession -' ., POSTUM CEREAL Q i t
i of motorists received tour MIR a'photograph was taken and the

'., I. LETTERS FROM OUR SOLDIER AND SAILOR BOYS .Ii I person.information' either in writiwjfor', in (visitors ranch a were magnificent taken to development Spring Garden for .. ? ..

The imoortant business consisted Florida. This was followed by a bar = t.If :: ;
Ia-Iur-Till., April 19. 1919 Wales, one of the best hotels in the of the following: becue at DeLeon Springs DeLand is S you want a satisfying beverage '
Dearest Dad-: i city, along with another 'fellow from 1. Endorsing a, resolution callingfor ancrmbl50ul full of enterprising : 5\\ f
Just got back from Monte Carlo .307, Oscar Kahre. We got up at 9 the immediate passage of the two citizens who are doing = that will stop complaints \r,
a yesterday morning, and came back o'clock next morning, and went down mill levy by the legislature to meet 'their utmost .to make "The Athens of = ...,
,, i to work this morning. Naturally I to breakfast, which in France is a the federal requirements. I.Florida" a leader among the finest i about "poor coffee"or 3
have a lot of work to straighten up, cup of coffee absolutely innocent of 2. Oppon'ngr' the "ad valorem" tax 'cities in the country. i
at the fellow who -took my place sugar and cream, and ,half a loaf of on automobiles. I| The following officials were elected the "high price" of coffee, I ;
while I was gone knew v< the business. Still I have time to get our bearings, and find out what upon Ihe boards of Trade throughout President M. M. Smith, Orlando; E start using Postum and note' 4: ,
.pound off a few fords to you to let kind of a joint we were in. What Florida to back up the above resolu- I vice-presidents C. A. Chllds, Eastis; C results. '
you know what aline time I had 'we found was this-We were in the tions. F. O. Miller, Jacksonville; G. A. Dre- 'I :

while I was gone. I I city of Monte Carlo, in the Principality 4. Endorsing the automobile reciprocitv ka. DeLand; D. S. Welch, Oldsmar;; i I
Five of. us from 307 went on that of Monaco, which is only one- law which throws protection M. F. Hetherington, Lakeland; W. F. ::
trip, there being about .four hundred half mile in area, and contains only around the winter visitors who enter Glynn Crescent City; A. B. Blowers Usually sold at I5c and 25c i 1t
from the camp altogether. We !lift the two cities of Monaco and Monte Florida during the winter who have Ocala; directors T. Ed Bryan, Tampa c
on April 8th at 5 p. m., and arrivedin Carlo, which are really the same city. paid an auto tax in their respective ; H. H. Curtis, West Palm Beach; :: ,
I I'i
April at 11 J: A. Fiskr Cocoa Wm. New
Monaco on 9th a m. 'except that Monaco- situated out p ; Haley,
\ From there to Marseilles it is all'''on' a high jutting cape, and Monte cal subjects appratus, etc., I in the Smyrna; J. H. Cooper, Winter Garden i Everywhere at Grocers .
about'' the stretches of Carlo is'"built, on the side of the mountains world the Musee Prehistoric, which ; treasurer John Base, Orlando; ;
ground that wouldn't raise wire just in from the cape. The contains; a wonderful exhibit of secretary, P.K.. Van Valkenburgh ,
grass in the States with hills and whole population is probably between -' animals and humans prehistoric also Orlando; and head of legal I department : UU.U/1...US& ;'t
mountains all- around and every fo':rd 2000 and 2500; it is ruled bya certain proof that Adam, in the fig John M. Cheney Orlando. !.w .'
d hundred yards little village where Prince of its -------' = .
a own. (This was necessary ure of the present man, was not the -- ---- ---- --------
the engineer had to get off and buy to permit the operation of the first man, etc. Then there were the 'r't'
. 1i drink of "Vin Blanc." But after
a Casino for which Monte Carlo owes Prince's Palace which was open to ,
leaving Marseilles, going -east the i its being). There are no two streetson visitors, and contains really antique
country changed; instead of the act the same level in the entire state*,'''I I furniture and draperies. We also I
customed red clay soil, it changed to'with the exception of the narrow I,visited the Prince's steam yacht, The :
real dirt, covered with palms, pal-]I['strip of flat land between the two Princess Alice, which he has fitted '
l metto. cactus, and all other semitropical cities. Everything Is built with .a for exploration of the ,,
([ especially :
plants; then soon we entered view both to appearance -and to stability ocean beds.* It is his hobby to collect ... I
the olive district,''then the ,and r "
grape: I ; in fact the place js aa solid all these queer deep-sea animals,and ,
finally the citrus fruit district of the .
as. the rock upon which it standswhite
i hard of the ,
he works as as any crew I
Of I do v.enerafrute
country. not meanto
i course the buildings are as a to add to his valuable collection. "
say that these things were railed palaces ratHer than dwellings kinds of h
There were all trips made
j on a grand scale; in. fact nothing inthis all of which, ad is easily surmised, is and historic
and we saw interesting .t
'a country) as you have probably.heard ". owed to-the trade of the many weal many'is !
it educating
'''/, or seen, is done on so large a things/ ; very
thy foreigners who flock to this place and I would not' have missed it for
u scale as' in the United StateA\ 'from every, part .of the globe.
.. any amount of money, and really intend S
man 'here with a two-acre vineyard
r is .considered Well, to'make ,a long story short, to come back here at some far- THE.
a lal'Jre'land owner. Believe
visited all the
t me, the,ride from Marseilles toMonaco we. Importantplaces distant time "when I've got a million
recommended by the entertainment "
dollars as the little boys say
1. '
was an to all of '
education directors; trips to theMtalian'frontier when thinking of growing ahd'go-j SMOOTHESTSMOKING III
}( us; -the railroad runs between theAlesand twelve miles distant, both: by ing somewhere. up. ;.. ,
the Mediterranean, and at boat, ,by trolly, and by sightseeingtaxi man :
fe there I Well we left-every
points tunnels
are as long 'as L
on the' the. cities
way at 10 m. on. the
p. r
ai i mile; while just below the railroad I of famous roadwithout .
3 Roquebrune, for its fishing
just 31 hours on the
la the tourists road, which so many ,,and bathing; Cape, Martin, fam- TOBACCO: ,
y prominent people 01'' the 'world have a bite toeat, with the exception of a
travelled 1n I ous as being to which artists sandwich donated by the, French Red
over theirva
spending -
." 'catlons in Europe and which the land poets flock' forinspiration, and Cross at Lyon. Hit Is-sur-Tille at
," ancient .Romans-travelled to and fro I Menton, which was the headquarters 1:30 a. m. the 18th. got to the barracks .,
..- of-the'ancient' Roman. who and of course before going to
'Upon making' their warfare on. the -i1
pillaged the,'country.thereabouts, and bed made a raid on the mess hall, I
nations back"in
'y -t: Chriat'}away nd even before, the;thin'd.YI'O time, -as],la..only'about a mile from Italy. where*we did quick torture to a few IME giver: ,(; the right: chance'j

; there'are ;old_ forts. there'ialong! the There was not so',much to see! loaves of bread, some butter some pats character i in a man's lace ''
road '-.hich.'wen' .built "in"187 B.' C. except 'the Alps and1 small "villages, jam and about all the coffee th.t the .... ,

,a v .The.:climate.too-wasj JuitJ like .in and in'most all- the'' ; places" in th.tdl.trictthere' careful cooks had.left,on-the stove; .horse-sensetinder: ..Ia..Jiat and mel .. ;>
Florida.. Well .we reached Monaco is -s' mixed dialectr! the and it seemed we were'in an Ice box .
population consisting of French, after leaving that sunny .climate.'My low fren'liness.into his b '
and -the
; after: f'usual preliminaries '' d, t
Monaclan'Swiss ;
Italian Slavic and :
inspection assistant a sergeant, is leaving ,on
;equipment, signing of
travel,,-orders," and assignments to even.take a dozen few Teutonic. So 'It, ,would a,J4 day. pass ,to"see, ,in ..,>- ....' - CO.J .
interpreters to
a speak in few and then I
hotels a days .9
our Iwelt.lto
we i .
.and as'we had.i'had' no.sleep-our'rooms for '.0; toeveryon.'you -meet on the streets will be in charge) ",bf .more;'responsU.bility '"""\ ) 4. I .. :
there. Then there were trips to the .
rd" than ceneral"'m.nagentn. \
long (one can not sleep at all on many : '; .
.th.... French ,3rd Class ;Jcars) we old fortresses of the) Romans in ? other direction, toward Nice .the, '
caverns :
; '
'l>artook' of"dinner-: -luncheon-1 m year.0 Fancy signing government t\\tf f
? oQ for that Is mean and grottoes 'of''.the ;Prince to''raocument which"means thousands' V .* ,. .!
an '
uD'told.te."plac..and Time'is factor
y went to bed' it; then being two be explored and we also went to*the dollar>"Private Lane. Well. :I'm a big in giving] r'
I wa put In '.a' large, handsomely: p. cities of Nice, and Cannes, which; although I satisfied; ,and were ft not .:for the :'Velvet'! Tobacco* its
K. furnished- room in the-) 'Prince of in Fr.ncet are. In the district convenience of,the extra pay, would .. mildness and< '. .1 ,
known as the Riviera or.Cote.d'Arnr. not even think of. envying a man whois '! .:"/ ''."cHaracter.V : ." : II ''. "d.
Then'in Mont Carlo there-'wer. the promoted. Anyhow really .be x Ii
%' .' Casino to '!HI :TiIIte4,:} famousthe here now that'we will soon be on,the ,'" t
world,''over; the Tir<''aiix'Pigeons;' road home;*it seems that business.1, )" r 1
_ AshY oubrDeai which"lson. 'of'the' 'most famous slacking up on, account of the opening ees'f:f for two whole ..
s, shooting gajlerise in the world, and of the new'' Service of Supplies :;t ., :Velyet: > years in ': -
a is, an' adjunct of. the'. Casino. 'In I through the ,Rhine River and -soon '., wooden Tiogsheads. ; r
Monaco there were the 'Prince's. Muse we will be operating here at a decide During this '
Oceanographic which is' the most ed loss to the. government wheto ).
we u
N Grand Prize Jfete i complete collection"'of oceanographi- are almost bound to be started home, ;;lorigperipd;:,' ;the chpice.Burley, leaves

Firearms Ammunition unless-we are sent. further up, .which, : '
is .-'take'' kindlyquality'
a e lbr Catalogue Uabltual'Cowtlp.tbn'Cured unlikely.' on a col-
A Wit 'f't In 14 to 31 Days, .j"WelliI must clone. I have, another ;
; ,
wasran.roruuiwuxnea.a "LAX-Fos.wIT11 PEPSIN" is a specially subject I'would ,like 'to talk on but mess art ricih ;frafi '- ;y
prepared! t Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual if I got started' I would write a book ;, '* ;,
ponstipation.. -.It relieves/ promptly but of ,it, BO',wont try. Until we meet :i-- r" grance: "tiasite': that; 15c'
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days again, I am,'Your son In France*' ; + .

to induce regular action. It Stimulates and : .' LOYAL' L. LANE, : !najpjpeals; 'to.p'fl:5'e: :
Regulates., Very ,,1leasanttoTske? :.600 Supt. Co. .QMC No.,307, A. P. O.;712!
per bottle'' *. .. ,
\ smokers, =: =;:old "andtyping. -
i. "Taking. Big Chances. .
: .
't to. ...... . .O..OO .OO t_.!o.!. ..O.O. ......".**... .. 't,:' .It Is too much of a risk to depend '*' ,..I

:xo.: : ;'0. .. upon neighbors or'sending for medicine .:, ,,
4 ". ,V. ,. ,,. ..:aa.: .a:;; -; incase of a, sodden attack of '* .

i Real Estate[ 'and\ Insurance :' neighborhood bowel complaint.some In one almost bas'every died ' p6rit hurry:: ;, but* justwalk j s +' ?+ro+r I :,

t ? AgencyH : from. cholera, morbus that' eou1d-easily I;,. \., ": Into' store; ..
have been ; ,
I 4- __ ...... : saved had he proper ' .
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medicine been '
= "We at :band. Then think and :lay'own. a dune'arid'
have ,,
.. mwell; selected list,.of pro ertl.- for sale/'among,which> of the suffering, 'that must' be endar- :\
rare.aonievery'tlttraetive'FElms; Ranches, Orange'Groves,"business ed'until' medicine can be obtained. ., nickel and say ; '., t t'
a+ ei i 'buildings and dwellings, ,'all 1n Oiceola County, and-each.proposition. The safe way is to .keep,, at. b.l1d.a' oJ, "..", : b- Ktoikhat.isn'tJiirsli m'e
bottle ViELVET"-the' .to ac-, ,
of 4
.1 .ted at its minimum valuer some include: Chamberlain's' ''Colic 'and : ; t
ment.' We also necessary, farm,equlp'-, Diarrhoea Remedy a.'.preparation : \ :- / but p \
R- **, can'offer-exceptional bargains and. St. I< that, ran depended, upon., Buy/.it ,, =i .. . '".0(' ""
: 'Cloud properties'*'owned .Boa-residents who are''willing', to sell A now. ; It, 'only: ,.cost,,185.cents. :' T .,.;,IS. ;I friendly., ''. T
at si .. ." ,
sacrifice thus offering an .1 .
excellent '' .
to r
opportunity; 'a UtUe. .. .v r .' ,
'L ;'surplus :J3uval ouDtl.The .
!capital and b n fit> -Increase- general outlook
by7th;: Jn"values"wlich"Is
r, to, come,; Call or write; ,ns.f: ''' J *. }sure'rE. those is splendd who lost for,in>all the crops.potato'Many last of '.- ,I'. ,Tl..r :: .4.' '. ..' '.
crop r If '- < .,
I A. season will make back A good portion T' '----4*_ ....._,! ,11{ ".-.,-'.?...'.'h' ..;."r' 4'c- '- '-' ;- 11
.' Strput J Farm Agency of their'loss this .' i.,1 ; i
: : Inc. year.. Compulsory ,,!,, .. .1, ;. .
,: cattle .dipping, .1 i. moving ,along very t .. ... ,. .." .. .. ._'. "..- . ,' : .
4 .I *t' iGWAONBRi;; Malinger, -* nleelJ". /".with jto complaints... ;" :.
1 ,KfASlfttiKiee .. ;',"'/ :'r -. ':' mpJoHda'.".' .;...; ; 'a
'r -y-o'jr.. ; lt . ; .W.-.r.1>> roud of the eonfldetice doe::

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.; ,. .. :THE K1SSIMMEE VALLE1 GAZETTEFR1DAY..JUNE:13; ::111', 'f' THRM rw >

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FURTHER: ON THE ...., ' ' .. '' '' '' ;.,.. "I
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to have well ON DANCING, 'ETC:, Nw. 3- 1\7 Ttvfh in thi irsed-or constitution ?f .
the, "Broad'' Church"' of today that Mo rrite of the hnmaa bodr are *. O.l "-. OOU>.:XKDAL.: Hearten Oil
The, duty, 'of- the conoclast l I. nev- was,. not debated prior to and. at the Important to health and loner H'e *. the Oapsalee at oaee. They are ..'014, tfl.4., .
: Painted Floors .r' 1II es.nt. We 1 hop that but few Council of Nlcea, At D. 825. When lan they their slow duel*up*.,sail look cemmenee outl- preparation used alt ever the world for *aw'r"0"e.nturt.a
of be devoted
the., articles need to "
may The idea of the "Broad Church" Find out what the trouble -withoutdlar They" contain only fld-faea-
1 to that phase, of the subject. found Its way into' Germany eight Whenever you teal! nerveue, load eoothlns oils combined'
The constructive work is more agreeable weak, dtscy coffer from aleepleaeneea and >syst.m-el.aaalag '
hundred years ago. It's rlpenei have Mine In the back-sash. __ b.rb.w.ll known br ii I.)1KDAL *
And Inthis! settes' of articleswe or. andpua.d
fruit is 'found "German Rational-- .e'one.. Tour kidneys Md help. TheeeJLT ..I OOLX
shall soon'consider the ,community ism., in Us "Continental ,Sabbath"and elrne to warn you that your kidneys Ha&.f... Oil O.peul_ are. IB''. ..
play ground -the gymnasium and n''the beer In the are not performing funo- ported direct from the laboratories InHelland. 4,,
Beautifully finished"1100rs' are the the obligation of the church' gardens. tlone properly. They are only halt They are convenient to take, 'i1'. -
/ last four (he-world nits reaped .ll.' ... _. r
I years doing thalr work and'''? allowing Impurltle and -wlir either rive prom '-r -ar -- .J
provide for us as well as to. directin the harvest, which '1. and b ,wlll be refunded. .A.ek' ethan
pride { the home. It is and inezpen: naturally pro- t* aoeuravlate your moaer
easy proper channels the. energy of the >duced the sowing of the "Broad Into uric 'acid and other pol....., at any drug elorr but b. cure toIf.t

_ ,liVe to keep youflool'l: In perfect condition .t this young, question people in is"coming to,For the) Without this kind of religion deatroy which are you"" unI'e.s. "they dlitreae and and drivenfrom will the. t-rand.original Aeoept imported no,.ubatt GOLDHnTAI.,

'Germany ,would not. have ro- la Naiad Nekoosa .Three, .uiee.
.frith I Hidework when you paint them with '. front as' never 'before. In the circu-1 verted to And the World yeuf system.-...:_-_.:..._--_. __. .
? savagery. .. ,. .. .
G. .
lat letter of a week ago, Hon. W. War. with'all brutality would not I- .
..' .::" 4'1 Mc{VdoO. National head of the,' boy''have been. 'Women 'and children I

. boy scout movement-makes a specialwould have been spared'from butch '' \ I
'Save appeal l to. the pastors and through and the of' brutal lust.: Writer of last week. The writer" wont seek lower places
them to the churches 'to meet their Cry this article in 'company,, with another The is as false as theold
A number of American colleges
1 "the obligation along this-line., Of coursein through the exchange' of professors minister, visited that place about one awing them to drink wine ''
Surface it Is in the summerof 1901., He and cards at
home they
a community of thiajrize necessarily with have done much to Introduce midnight \ play so
Germany -!
0 an interchurch movement.In Arianism -Unitarianism' ,. knew tbe' place well durinr' hie pas wouldn't 'want,, .to, go elsewhere for
v ;; and'yo ue the preceding articles we have into this or is torate in Tampa 19071908.. 'Toe. A.cor. amusement
EIBJLIt studied the dance from the moral and to in Infidelity the pulpit. The beginning .' of years it has developed Under There' are'boy, behind prison bars '
: ,. Save'All economic" point of view. This survey low standard seen of'the church ,morals the direction of church people. A cursing! mothers ''for allowing "nice'*
thows that (direct result of the leading orthodox :preacher :'recently' gamolmg at home There ;
dries night with a ban! high-gloss finish : as a in. 'manifesting Itself. And the desecration games
over '
.. dance not -less than two" hundred and Sunday into holtr- characterized It-.. the"most hellish: may be many' in 'hell blaming" their
a U sleolulelr water-proof, doer not mac or crack fifty-five thousand young women are is us'the a ."Continen mere lace in Tampa.' The county proba parents with''..the dance< -
and stands severest scruU ing. It times In nine .. ending their lives in the "red light" ,day tal Sabbath.bringing" to. Lion oflcer urged that it and all such W.' should not lead' our children

districts in the most shameless!! de- the places should be closed on accountof into temptations, and,pray, our Father ,r

s attractive colon..Am . '+ ', .: .;,;' ,"...:.f'A' ,.,' baucherytJVnd that the ball room I dyice No doubt have those been ,interested reading. of m, the the' great number of girls led to to /"Lead us not into temptation."
furnishes! at least eighty-five thousand -. ruin. And the people living about That prayer does\not say-4 Makeus
.... . ... .. stvugg1' that Tampa has been having -
Ctl r C r4 P oIooI B k *r write each : place petition to' the to resist temptations. It
.... ....... : recruits to this number with recreation centers. At De- presented a < strong
.c.IpenlM.Leu: K. city : .
year. A further ;fact is shown that College council asking that:tbe place .be simply says "Lead ys not into temp-,,
OSCEOLA HARDWARE, COMPANY depravity and all other contributing Soto Park. Balla.t. Point closed as a nuisance. And this shows tation." This means we must exert ;-
of other
Hill and number resorts.
j causes combined furnish only fifteen a -delightfully what church people can do with a recreation ourselves, to .avoid temptations, witlGod' \ ,
} Distributors for Pee-Gee Paint Products DeSoto Park-Palmetto Beach is 1
thousand victims annually Which it park.. And while they rep- help. .
Klssinunee, Florida. [only one-sixth the number furnishedby finer Thepark situated.. is- .beautiW--The bathing' :And.: la resent only one phase of .the "Broad .Speaking. j J'"being, broad-minded, ;
---- t "- -- '
the'ban-ro m. Ch ch""ln ereed'theynre'a"flne; example wr hould ;not'ru'e-t.4eeome-sa\ the
It will! be' thus ,seen there hi a what is more the park is controlledand of the "Broad Church" 4n river that ;broaden into* shallow i

Y striking parallel between the ball the Sundav dances given by practice/ .. marsh. God's plan Is broad enough
room and the ,saloon: I church people. Nor is this a new experiment To give a' concrete example of the -the invitation includes all but the
cited bethe
1. In the number of its victims. ''j as. was-the- one- value of the "Broad Church" as compared j entrance for'each 'Indlvldull is. the
2. In the
fI insidious process by whicho*ite'vie- PLANT CITY FLA. give you an example of two'I "For Broad is the way that leadethto .. +
time are brought to ruin. 4. In that churches t in the brotherhood destruction, and many;;;: Jhere. J>e_

, . , __ its apologists admit that it Ir badlyin which ..the ..writerof- 'this' -article which !go in thereat:". .
" '. u heed of reform. 6. In the line of LADY IS, LOUDLY serves. Twenty-eight years ago a I I. "Because straight I.-the 'gat} and "

NOTES FROM THE STATEDMARKETING : l man for one :"day'cost'62' : cents in defense sought to blind the public to young preacher was graduated from.narrow the way that leadeth to Life. ;,...
u P,rii. 40 cents in New :.York' and 83 its evils. PRAISING DRECO one of the best Western Universities.and few there be that And it." '
,, BUREAU cents In London. I I The. writer.Jt1aatfeRd fog Later he finished his studies in Y.le'') And nur Father,promise to those

Florida It is estimated that insects in -the" the"dance would place it vTnder the *- and received his degrees,. And after!who will come is so sweet. .. where He psavat
t, Send to- the State Experiment United States cause an annual loss cloak of the church. And intimatesthat RELIEVED BAD CASE OF NERVOUSNESS that he did post graduate work in : M

Station at Gainesville if interested -I''of over a half billion dollars. Wereit the "Broad church" U the right, STOMACH TROUBLE Chicago University. He married Into' "Wherefore come out from'' among<'

> for Bulletins 307. "Steer Feed- not for our birds, the loss wouldbe church and the only one. which will BILIOUSNESS AND A GEN- a very wealthy family. His wife was .them: andbe "'" separate, saith' the w'
ing" and 308, "Para Grass." The so great that 4t is doubtful if succeed. also a college: graduate and had taken Lnrd. and I will receive you- ,
former says peanut meal is as goodas and 'horticultural industries'I Fifteen years ago when the rising: ERAL RUNDOWN. SYSTEM.Day special courses in music and art. She ) "And will be a father unto' you; 'e '

velvet beans as a feed, and the would be possible. A knowledge of tide of temperance began to seriously was considered the most beautiful'and 'and ye hair bemv sons\ and 'daugh-. I'.

latter !Describes a valuable forage the birds that protect the crops is threaten the saloon, it likewise' by day the citizens of Florida attractive among fifteen. hundred ten .Ith the Lord Af HoT"s."R : I '

and hay grass. I!,therefore almost as essential as aj I sought cover under the wrings -of the and nearby states are giving signed college students. This splendidly I .. .
An extremely dangerous disease to knowledge of the pests that destroy I church. All the older people remember i statements of the splendid work the equipped vojincr man was called to-aj I Ma. t
potatoes known as the wart, has them. 1!' the 'dedication of the New York new remedy Dreco 1.-doing to' relieve Chicago church. 'And has served it I fl88 ha. .proven it will cure ;

been introduced into the United { With roads the farmer livesan I SubWay salon by Bishon Potter. 'stomach trouble indigestion, constipation continuously for twenty-two years.. lar States frbm Europe: It is said that isolated poor life there is The glaring head lines in the pacers biliousness loss of appetite, The official report for 1918'shows a Colds and LaGrlppe.' It'' kills the '
no community I
some of these disease infested potatoes spirit because; farmers cannot- announced that the saloon would be nervousness dizzy spells, rheumatism membership of 225. Men who have',,k+tf>t causes the fever. Tt is

came into Florida, and so it | cannot be reformed. And that it would meet and catarrh been much about his church say that a splendid laxative and general 'Tonic -
will be well .to be the lookout for iCongregate. Many crops I the attendance at the church servi-i _(Adv.) '
on :' marketed when the farmer wants to a great need as /The: Pqor Man's Dreco attacks and eradicates the ..
them. The diseased are the will from 50 to' 75 people.I) _
potatoes account of roads. Good roads Club. The world knows the-result poisons in the blood strengthens eel run t
readily recognized by the big spongy .reduce on the price poor of marketing in The Bishop's prophecy was unfulfill i kidneys, rouses the liver, and buildsup The character of this 'pastor*''is above! PRODUCE INFERTILE EGGS:

warts *n them.Farmen "|comparison ''to marlcetnr crops which ed. Tho saloon was not,, reformed 'the system, giving renewed energy .reproach.' His life is better than his )I Florida farmers who are seekingtop
interested $in knowinghow must be hauled 'over roads. Its patrons went to ruin.' The I vim and snap. creed. But he is a "Broad man" and prices for eggs will dispose of
to make use of velvet .beans asa poor church's blessing: and support failed : "Reading in'the papers about the tits church is a "Broad Church." their roosters. A fertile" eggone!
feed for live stock should send to The fly can follow an odor as II I bottle Eighteen a man '
I to save! the saloon. new tonic Dreco. I bought a years ago young that comes from letting the male
the U. S. Department of Agriculture, quickly as any four.footed animal, We are told that the "Broad and it has relieved a very bad case small well' educated took charge: of a bird run with the flock! will not keep,
Washington D. 'c., for Farmers' B61letin ,and it likes foul smells bestftrfr all.Itssense .,Church" is a ne idea and is UJ 'to !'of' nervousness for me. I was also church in Canton, Ohio. During well and will be rejected by a particular -'

No. 962 in which the subject of smell is very"reliable,date. Those who hold this flow bilious, and' my stomach war weak his ministry, five thousand and m rket. Many such errs will
of experiments with feeding are, .fully' guide to food and breeding, places.' would do-well: to' .tudy ancient his- I, and full of.acid, which caused gas to five hundred people have Joined the spoil before they can be taken to the
discussed. It is plain that cleanliness about the,torv, especially the'Council pf Nicca, : No matter how careful of my church. He has probably the'largest. market.. Infertile egg keep best
How would it be to sell potatoesby house, barn and the- whole 'outdoors {held A. D. 326. or, nearly sixteen'I idiot I -I was, I suffered after meals by .Sunday rchooL 1"tM world. The and market bestin lummer, and q.r
the dozen or hundred? Yes, big determines how many flies one is I hundred years ago. That council was being bloated belching sourness and steady attendance is above 'four these can. be v produced only by keeping -:
and little alike--the same price for. likely to have. Garbage' palls, pie takenup largely' with the dispute i I griping; pains. Dreco has'- relieved thousand. And on rally days 'they the rooster out; of the flock says 7
100 bib: potatoes as for -100 little pens, rotting 'vegetable's and the un-, between Alexander and Arius.. Alexander -,,these troubles and I there Is have had as many as five thousand Dr. N.' W..Sanborn of the University. 't
ones. That is the way eggs are fold covered outhouse, should receive atterttion ->' holding what is commonly,,nothing I can say fee\\Is too. good seven hundred in attendance. The of, Florida extension division.
at the present. in order to forestall the activities i termed the orthodox S; view. While for this grand "medicine." church has "swarmed": 'that is, organized The.'eggs laid by a hen may be

Never leave vegetable plants too 'of files about your house. : Arius represented the "Broad I\ preco', I. ,a combination of the JulI from its membership other either fertile or infertile; depending
thick .in'' a ,row.. Too many ,beets,j.\ The day of the.scrub cow 'is..passing -I Church." The Arians denied the ces and extracts of many' herbal hurches-in the city. The church has on whether not the male bird has '
carrots or radishes to the foot'in the ",, .but none''too'' fact. :The farm Deity of Jesus Christ, The in t>ira'I plants which have a direct action on been enlarged three''times. dolt 'been allowed to run with the female.A .

? row are just as bad as weeds Get cow with a yield of a gallon of milk,It\.on\ of the Scriptures, The validityof the ''vita]' organs, to restore them. ''to. one hundred and fifty thousand fertile egg '" one in which the
.the maximum results from your a day is not good enough, yet her'' the ordinances The authority, of healthy normal condition.' .lars was used in enlarging their germ has been fertilized. Exceptfor

i a ,ground by thinning and good care. ;'nuijibVr, has been, legion. 'Which is .the Scripture 'as a' rule of conduct. Most all good druggist, now sell splendid working plant. Four sep this process of fertilization,.the male
A statement just made by the cheaper to own, three ,cows that' And declared that the) only standardof Dreco and it is highly ,recommended arate young people's societies'are bird has no Influence upon the eggs
.French food administration Bays that yield' gallon each per day or> one : rlqrht was the' ."inner consciousness. in Kissimmee :by, the Central DrugStore necessary to allow Christian activity which the hen loy. Egg production !
,._tln",. e""".$l' to minnort a normal cow' that yields three gallons ' ." And in short there I.. not .n .' .' For the great! host .of young equally' flock* from which, +.
and its stand for '
This church pastor excluded.

Illillll 1 1 llllllllllllllllllllllulllllllllllllllllllllllllll II lllllllllllllllllllllllllll II I llm!lllllllllllll I I I I lllllllllllllllullllllnllllllllllllllllillllllllll I [ ll lllllllllllllllllllillll[ I l IIIIIII II and the What highest spirituality.then ideals will these""'account..of. Christian two for.churches the' living..differenee"'between --I as roosters A,an fertile infertile germ are egg responds ono does,' because not more keep the,as readily[>well fertilized . ',r,

I =
.1; ,V 4 3 i' - .. r .d t r q 'f' / ,. > > 'f-'A" ? y *; .-. : One stands for the purpose for which'the' to ble high to hatch temperatures.-an 'infertile'.egg la or to 0'

Lord put His church into the cause 'a1 I blood 'ring to form in one.
world. The'i! other v does not.' 'The likely,.to.reachv-

= '- 200 Government War : Horses J and: :Muleslo ': E Lord The bless.good'blessing,the people other- '-who one v nd.aew1l1not favor. -. ;T'., 'the the is Sucheggs'' much table less the in'Care.lDore:-spoilage good hatching condition in''shipmepta'Aft.T season and 'there the.. .. r R

j "Broad Church" are asked 11' they be removed from
I male birds should ,
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.4. ., r. . the church tocease its ministryof
t.. "" ". j f" r' .' want the flock.' ;..In approxfmaUly M' days I'to.
ro ( and to prostitute Itslf by uoliftlng '
.. aftet, this aU the pfrri. .laid J by ,the
, coming down to 'worldly standards T ", -ft
= -.. : hens will be Infertile.; _
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', -" Do they .want the church to, cease '' ,'
== ,, '; '\ ' . ./1, .' Christ and ',the purity Heat Is the great enemy' of err*.; ":
": " '" \ 1-1- 'It'NM" ;; representing both, fertile and InfertileFarmers; .

.; ; J ', .:: : Oil" e 0 on d' ay. > ,; ), .,:.... ," become of his, teachings an ally of.T.evil 1 Shall f' ,the. '. church. are. urged 'to follbw these simpleruled. .w

which coot nothing time
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: ... and thought 'and will add 'dollars .to;
<., .... &, '. t""', the dance from the view'point.of hygiene .
of "
', .
'.0'.. ; '\ the; poultry returns: -{
1:1'I, -: .t, I .l : ,.+.If ; ,'\ G.= and medical authority. Keep. the i nests cla'n'pravld.iona'! '
for four hens ;, .. it
nest everyy !: "
,, ', .. \ : .'l'" '. :::= ,. By ,the Secretary.A .
,: 0'e // .' . ... ; -il Gather thugs,' twice daily,., ;:, -
\ : : : Keep a 'cool; fry roomMarket. /
:::::::: : : 'j :=:. REPLY,TO TH"MOTHERS', 1
i' ; -,; TangMondayp .. = ,,<,the ergs at least twice ,a
",, '; ;Tampa. ., ,,' 'I. pa .. == :CLUB MEMBER." : M. V -' :-'
: _. : : .. : : ' wes kill or confine ail ;mxle birds' '

.- '. >... "' ." ;/. I *' '- I ':"To:him that"b;; th'to do good; as soon as' .::the"-hatching .,.eaao n. 'J a l
3 ' i J ; I and doeth,it not, to him,it is sin. over..' _"_' .
r: < ( Every.intelligent mother 'and fathers n '
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/ Monday :a
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knows the sins' 'that result'from ,. :
= ... .. ... "I dancing. whether it be the shameless I ,
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=, ,t .'cr,: I $ ;: JJ '! _. ,B ..., ','
< contact of bodies in the dances be-
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< \ ; : tw-n _'sexes... ,or' the' high-kicking: .
: June 1'1".6' .-, .. .io ,'" :t tIf dancing of the';ballet.:; __ The. next.timeViV'S'i1- loJ!. '

= : ;.. I \; : Junes\ 16, = Innocent' boys- and girls .. cannot. ,4** at' r'
:: II,; ,: J ; ..- : J 1 know, and do not, need to knowIf, : you buy:calomelask t v
father'.and "thelr '
, mother jdo duty ,
== 1- \ > 1' .. ,. 'J t 7' ( i iJ "
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''K H .. .t' '" .. Cod'e'on'command''to children U ; '
== .. ; I' i\o'\ \ if :for
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.It '' #)', OJ' (&. :: ::: to obey'their,'parents.' ; J What fearful ..: .
responsibility is 'the, iparent'sl' ,
rA. .& ,1, \yinduppf: : ; : all the ::war; horses ; \ .
., knows made the- two' with .
1. = ", ; { . . ,' -.. .. ,.'. .. .', =-== certain God.temperament) : passions sexes, attractions .,*(,
'I = .
-s : takes place) next': :Monday jafef' ' for, *. : $ 'ij' y : -:
/ttTJ'l* , : -. ,rffie holy and pure only for the two. whom 1

I i'' : . ,'. ,, ..1f- . ,' : ,t l I .(t' of' God has .joined together..' It is sin *
; ". = ; :... : : :..... . .. '_ "r :_ to arouse these passions; ''promiscu
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1 = ..JoI!.., ously:: ,. t_ -x '
.== ; h ,I i;""' d Mule I. E"'h' z=:==== One-does' not have- be"evil\ mind

T hange ', ed for .th... 'passions to' be a1'OUMd.TM"bodllyicontact .

It ,awPaorsean: ; ; the low necked ,
1 'J\ \ '. > .r; dresses impulse are under sufficient.those' conditions, It Is amoral"' '.1'

\; === ., '- 'Therefore, to keen'our boys' and
OiiMarylandAvenue'I girls pure,we should'net all w themto \; ."
.11. ;. f : ,. .if' I : be led '''into '''temptations. Nice.
The pnrifJedawd refined '
: ,, : respectable dancing at 1<
,= .... ',., ..>c ,'.,;.,,., - .. -. ....- -s--; ... :r..1r" :"" ..., ...-... -if:1." \: .,.,,,- .. : === nice,..respectable young home men.,.'' In nice.'....- .-4.. ;calomel tableti'thit..wireMuseallesti .
I : .It, ;;:: J' .... .;; ._ " : :== pectabla,.dances. have had their pass .

=== "' -"eir"-' 'f D : done so aroused by the constant.con- '.. i we and awe. Mi
: .. : r 'f" ,' + .. n "f' . G: 'WA'LDRON Auctioneer- I''' = tact of bodies that they bad,to seek 'Medicinal I yirtuea-retstlia' +
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t ..1..t7f ; : : ; ;, ", === the red light district. immediately. :

C' 4.1; ::: 'of .: f .. ..... 1..." r' I . ,t, ")., rj'.e= Whoo' blame J .- 'xt" and i nnowd.: t wonly l' .'>.
i 'tIt 11"' the devil" JlreaentlllJrhlmntt in sealed packages.Price ., ;"

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.TOUR *Z 't-: .... THE WSSlMAfcE VALLEY GAZET1E,;FRIDAY.. ( \JUNE 13, 1119, '';

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the sad. news that hli' aged J

., IISsn. ME ALLEY GAZETTJBvwry ;[ TJiUYatcher in the:Treetop! Cloud' .Ii.JI He after'does Kissimmee the nQt harvesting expect: again to make of as .the''wheat.his his homeat boys Iceived''nesday moiher' was go very to her'ricfc bedllde, 'He left,, nM-row':, Vied' '"'. '/, -

i' St. Department Like I Miss Hudson !had a Very '
"" want business course. many I .
y'rldq.' from a serious accldentTSnn'day ; ,
P.bIU\N think
a they
other they escape
young men. I'
.. J. No. 5. She was driving1 ,.
r .lss. ......._ 'V.U.F O.Htt. c. have not time for. high school afternoon.- ;
1 _?.K'I.... Fl....... These are "owdacious times, ind and in for\ opinion of'the theirs) car boon after the heavy rain,
s the Watcherfeels'! timorous. noose NEWS AND NOTES FROM ST, CLOUD THE "WONDER. CITV.: I IJ course where make,, a and. for some reason lost. wet
writer that is they '
..... . rise all him. ? road.
'. W. a. H. Pr* l e* pimples over Why I it. The car left the
"i to.. G. >...>. *....., iearetav Listen! Airplanes are flying across BT OUR alDQl1LAa; COI\ IEsPONDENT.. mistake. through and over the difchand: stop..
I of Pinedale residents it-
* *. *" **.* 11 the Atlantic'' Ocean outlaws are J S. S Many the Tregols garden., Fortunately -,
,**..*... ,' tended the'JrT8duatinlr exercises Mon- ped in :Mr. -
.- ...* Ra..1 sending bombs to our distinguished Fn-Jt'UlOn is day night and .were very mush neither! car hor. occupant were w
citizens women's amend- Uncle Josh just
suffrage went through
On. V..r----l. eOn a although the car "
On > hurt,
C t Copy, Six Months _.._...-r- 1.00 ment has slipped through both houses ceipt! of a letter from J. M.Randall,' CAMPBELL NOTES pleased with all the program.Tuesday II I both woven and ,barbed :,wires.
y .0 Copy. Tbre Matti..._.<--' .if, of congress, a Democratic president under date of June 6thi in which he ,, Mr Joe McCullough 1"-1
:. II P"W In. Randall I< . .. .... .
.is urging the Republicans t| states that he and and Campbell' ..was the of . -- .. : "
from scene '
All communication eioept '' .
auithortted correspondent rout be 'put a protective tariff on dyes' and their party from st;, Cloud, had a' delightful camping, party Thursday evening I .4.4e ._

I it .I.neel.b t.h.,, wr tRejected ....- '- t,chemicals, W. J. Bryan has come out trip from Jacksonvilhr 1 "te-They were r. and Mrs.- if;? 'LT: Forry" .
t1 .. matter will not b* returned 'against the League of. Nations' thtelegraphers Baltimore,'via the water route; had and of I "
family Marysville, Ohio. Mr.
+ .al... called for. ,
: are .in a' 'nation-wide smooth 'sailing, 'and they all' tuck, and Mrs. Forry and family sp'entthe l
the Potoffle KlMtm- strike and a Kisslmmee councilman -,until they arrived in, Chicago '
fl ra-4 Florida, e..cond-cl..a-matler.. )','.hat resigned" Whew! Wow. ,And feeling fine and happy. Therethey ''way home from Tampa, and 9U..ithtLt other, -B '-Sure and See That \ "
also disbanded, he and Mrs. Randall
pts! C. towns in that part of the state. Mr. ...
for' Gering. Nebr., arriving
leaving Forry is retired farmer and
a ,
Away .back in 1875 a woman's suffrage there all o. k. June 6th. the the handsome from .
of two
t EMeeRo I amendment was introduced into . Mr. and Mrs. Nichols' will leave on avtomobiles"'appearance the family of five. was Handsome 10-Piece '

congress sponsored by Susan 13.I Saturday to spend the summer in traveling in, we form the opinion : ,
''Anthony. For forty-four 'years the Buffalo and other places of interest
that Ohio must be a' 'fine farming n '
I women have -fought for this recognition -Jin' New York. state. *'. Oak . ,
their citizenship and Mr. and Mrs. Blair who have Mission l
of now 1 1-- recently Mrs. Trimble; who has been spend.Ing .
a the matter will go to the people as sold their home bere.,.left. on some time with her son and fam- ,
tan i amendment the constitution'' for Ohio. ,
O | to. Tuesday fly Mr. and Mrs. K.' C. Trimble left <
and will surely pass. It Is not at all Mrs. F. E. Williams gave a picnic +
y Friday morning for her home in Illinois.
oq certain that giving the ballot to the I at her grove on Wednesday." ,I Suit ,

'' I STATE PRESSP women will purify politics toanji/, Mrs. Greenlee and daughter Miss I Mrs. .James.A. O'Berry and smalldaughter Dining Room h

., considerable extent but it is a safe, Vera, left on Tuesday for their home Kathleen arrived from
t- wager' that' it will not make matters' at'Kansas City Mo. !
I(Miami Monday to spend time .
,any worse.. It may> not be a great Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and sons, Fa- with her some' I 1
parents!, Mr. and Mrs..: J. T.
reform- movement as some think but ber and Kenneth who have been Reaves. :
FRIDAY JUNE 13 1919 i act of to one the winter here left lastSaturday < -1"1!
it is a simple ,justice spending Mr. S. W. Trimble 'left for '
citizens. It is nothing for their home at Alliance Friday ,
half of our In Our Show Window
DeLand. where he Is in business
and the going -
Between the June brides t
y frowning weather man Kisslmmee Is quiet. and nobody will be hurt. Charlie and Katherine Lowe. Cur- Wade Lanier and family are mov- .
showers heavy tis and June Munn left on Wednesday o
enjoying constant 1- ing overoft the Lake Thurman
I Last week article appeared that by auto for Michigan and Pennsylvania near
an -
well worth $250.
City this week. It is and
'd bowers+ light showers, liner showers was copied from the Church Messen-" '_- a beauty

; i .au church ; are offering
unnamed having'a the' summer withfrle'nds '--
"of showers I Jan I spend of his best cow horses this week. I .
,:for the purpose of keeping in touch at Cleveland, Ohio. I
Mrs E. E. Brown
ad. with their young nee-pit. The article Dt. C. W. Duke of Tampa. will in Klssimmee. spent Thursday I

.... The 'Board of is eo 1a.n 1t make no mention of the church hay- preach in the Baptist church Friday Not much news around Campbell $200.00 .. ;' ,
opportlrig a co-operative dairy asoclatlon lug prayed for guidance, but it did night and at Lakeshore Pavilion this week. People : '\ .
successful that they argued the matter'Friday afternoon. There win also generally are -. _C_ .
wfclch: if put jn. aay busy canning all- the.anal there i-
r another inducement .. from both aides. Imagine the baptismal service at that time. to be .1 s r -
Operation would prove ual condition of the church that argues -1 I Mr.end Mrs.J. B. Mathewson, who seems plenty of thing to can.

a for farmer to locate in instead of prayrs. The fact have, been spending some time with C. H. GRANTHAM i:ry Y / C; ,
fi this community.The that a church endorses a thing does their grandson in Louisana, returnedto PINEDALE ITEMSAfter s..;;" S(.,. {
not make it (it1 is a matter their home here on Monday

street'.paving bond election,orate r, of common knowledge that churchetare I Mr. Jones left on Tuesday to spend .
constantly going wrong) the summer in Pennsylvania. much stress of hard labor
election' held last (Saturday, carried -S sixty years after our Lord was crud| Mrs. John Johnson and children we come again with a few items. oo OOtoooooo to OOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOtO.O.

ten to one and the drainage fled the churches had allowed much expect to leave next week to spend We have been trying in our feeble .. .

,, proposition four to one, which showi. corruption to creep into their fellowship the summer at her od! home in the way to overcome our enemy, Bermuda "
? and the Master *<*nt written North. but '
fretting for era, grass, after many hoeings the -
4 bow Kissimmee is word to seven of them by the hand I Mr. Charles Goodrich is quite ill tiny particles left in the ground are

'{ of development 'which Ia her just due, of the Apostle John, end there was at this writing. popping up their heads to our utter

r .* but one of the seven whose actions | Miss Kathleen Got?. who has been disgust. Vegetables are plentiful I, SUMMER SHOES 'i.

; The graduation exercises in th.> were not 'rebuked. To one he said attending college at Tallahassee arrived but there is too much rain ThM
school this "Thou hast left thy first love." To home for her vacation last moisture tends to depreciate their t
Osceola county High yeaibowed have few things against' "
another, "I a ; Thursday. keeping qualities. I
careful instruction on the!1 thee;" then mentions them. To another I !Mr. and Mrs Levi! ShamboW; Mis- lOur invalids were feeling better

tD part of the teachers, earnest endeav. "Thou hast a name that thou ,see Eda Epple and Ella McAllister yesterday., Mr. Greer cannot lie downat For We Have ,

or of the pupils the support of th.. livest, and art dead.." To another,, motored to Tampa on Wednesday too all any more and is barely able 1 j
hou art lukewarm;" and soon teach see the launching of the ship Tampa, to walk from his lounge to a chair
the co-operatior I
''j .chool officials and one a'message.. Wonder what, returning on Friday by way of Zeph- His heart is now on the right side
of and was gratifying to al]I would to a modem church Them
;p, patrons, say yrhills. lof his body. \ '.
concerned who would argue the matter awhile, Mr. Hudson has moved his family Men ,
and then introduce dancing into. the I St. Cloud. June 7th. since school was closed, to his beau- ; ;-

f to be sufferinf g Parish House to hold 'their young' The Veterans' Association mgt as tiful home in Pinedale. We welcome in the' .
A dog supposed peopleIt need not cause surprisi t usual in, the G. A. R. memorial hall,. them home again. .I .
from hydrophla was killed\ this wee :: if in these latter days some churcliei I I and was called td order) at 2/p. ml\ i j Mr. and ,Mrs. S. E. Hall took dinner Women -

{ I:'ln'jJJn Uhbprtnrjtojwp..Before: ; ) if piei t;;\ become so urispiritual and world!)l'\j\>y the president,-pV W.enney., Opening -,,. Sunday with. 11-". and Mrs. J. V:

I!,: it. fate, however, it bit 'a man, wh, that they argue and dance instcac, tL. .song "America." Prayer was ,Trego coming home With them from, Best Makes ,.
th.. and working; for ;QUI, offered by the president; song by the ;Sunday school. They are1'doing fln4l1
: <
\\f will likerjhave, to undergo in speaking! of these very choir "Flag of the Brave Minutesof ,;work 'at the Bethel Chapel notwith- :. "
+ t' J..pas eUr" ''treatment., whiJ-h t goes t o.''times said: "And because Iniquity: the previous meeting read by the sf ldiri. -' they are both very busy M '

how that It is time to wager war or I i shall abound the loveTof many shall i ,secretary, and approved. St. Cloud people all through' the week. Why and. -. .

r, worthless curs' wax cold." This un-named Chicago, yell voiced ,bv the audience after ,don t more of the older ones come .
church staads with soiled garments'while which" the collection was taken. 'In' out. even If you do know the Bible .
designated her sister churches who have, the absence of the leader of the pro The exchange of ideas and the handclasp Latest
., Klssimmee has been ai, spiritual? ,, warmth enough ,to attract'' gram a volunteer program was giv I of greeting is worth a great Styles

4! cut-U." S Army ,lAir'Service", station, their young people"and keep them In en., Select reading by Mrs. Vreeland,I deal. I /Nr' .
M Thirisan: honor conferred upon onl y the paths of purity and safety look. song byt choir; 'readinJr by Mrs.. War-I I Mr. Wesley Brown 'wasin ourneighborhood ,
: ..with grieved hearts at her shame. In:nell. entitled. "Ye are the salt of the doing business. He OUR PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOU .
in Florida Daytona--' ,
,, other city 0// :
One view of the radical position taken bj earth." Comrade White. told an interesting starts for! Kansas this ''week ,to look
but there are strings to' the .order, ''the above mentioned church, thee Civil r .
story' of the War.. Select ;l
.. .
,/Kisslmmee ,must, ;furnish *suitabl I Watcher thinks they would have to reading bv Mrs. :'Julia" French; FRED S ''GILBERT ,

1 ::3dl equipment, ;..and'., landing field, ,which. paraphrase a verse in last week'sSunday "; song by Mrs. Bitler: Comrade( Farn- NOTICE! / : '..; irSgl!:;
_i School lesson to read "Lord,,. haur gave a recitation entitled. "A Havingbousrht the Restaurant and .
1 no doubt she will do for .', hen s'towrTwakts ,have ,we .not thy name?"family description;" song; ""Battle Car business of :J.. :J. McCra il I... I will ,
not be responsible for tf of -
r Uke'Kis.immee'ha.they Notice the Lord'a reply'4n the next any
.Hymn of the Republic. Comrade
up the b".ideas from to and Including
4 generally get what they want., verse. "I never knew your depart jEmpson) told of an incident of his June Ctn. 1010.
from me, ye that work iniquity." It ;own experience during the Civil War. ______ M. L. noor.'ts.1: I. -
; .. '
Melbourne Time.k will not do to plead that times have I :.
After rinsing the 'Star Snangled
1''(, ". ',changed, ,and that the old standard ;Banner the association adjournedfor Guess the Busiest Store in Town .

;t THE 'AIR, ROUTE., 'of-faith-and action a" out; of date,, on. week. Next-Saturday, June Classified Advertisements ,
for', 14 will be Flag and fine *
Day; a -
program .
'' Kissimmee has been 'P'd' ecl out.b1' "Still stands, thine// ancient .sacri-. is being prepared for the occasion WIai; the Cut Price Cash' Grocery of Course.

the;government as:. ,landing'pla ein .i flee, ... FOR SALB1' single wagon; 1 doublewagon' ._ .\,
: "'" . . <)- '"' -
'and old' on1t-1 .12l ..
the new serta1 mail service, now being .LA nble contritubeart. : -year > ;\,
Inch H. Bjaard Ztftt. '
worked "out,'says the State Marketing At the'. recent T eev n International;l' SWIFT, "PEPfV. WESTERN. FOR': -8ALHJ-Seven hor -powr FairrbanksMorse *.. Buy. yourGroeeries and Provision- of ''then', where you can *:

x ,, '' Buread. Other places'' 'will ,no sweepstakes'. eventn 'Indianapolis,, How' "Go Get 'Em, Garringer"cl engine. with nil e'1ulp- get a "square deal" and honest treatment; good ;at
- # f the red by the Triple Arrow ganrfof' ment.. 'See. J.: J: McCrarle. tlt.; .
+ a .doubt.,be' debigl\ 1Ssturdaytbere'were one .man'.killed up good at the yght price; _'
'', . bandits and won the girl of his WANTED-To purchase. liouno.: Ploaiegive
d .,
service .
outright-and another seriol1ll.lnjur- heart; is told in swift, exciting detail .full d..crlptlon.ddre..* Box ,. W. livm and Let. Live. .;
new ;development, nay, ;,'helTlGOt ed in' an e"ort'to ''break,'spe J records in, the five-reel Western drama Of that US. -City. < ltG-It.! :'i

: the road situation." .' ,It. is hoped 'c Will some one'tell4b'e.lworld: )) name,, a Pathe Program Feature FOR 8AX.B-On.' Emerson Typewriter. JFLOUK, Tall pink. Salmon, can ._....; ;"JMf' ;; .

I' however. ,that''-it wfll 1 not. delay,efforts !'what' benefit"this terrible ;risk"is'to' Theater which: will next be week shown, the Casino"J The r. model Apply'' three Valley!rvlclbl.Oe. ,tt as.. food- -. a.'n.w< tf. Gold,1IIedaJtb.< .lacki;____ 1.75* Dark Red Salmon; can ___,?. .80 sChile
v's to improve the roads on the 'solid h m&J1ltytc. 1 h; '' Con Carne, 1$ 2 for. .252 ,
,n principal roles are enacted by Frank- VARKER8-'II.nc1'! today for a free aam- Self-RisiB-g.. 24-Ib sack .___: 1.75 ..
; S ,
t tb* 'air', routes become popular;I'I Speaking .the',Flipino'r} question, actors of the screen, and beautiful toekman, published at Jackeonrllle, Loose. ;!Four, per. lb w_____J.7% Corn .Flakes! f for -..._.. ;>.21jx i

''The' time Is coming however when j President Wilson said ,"For the first Helene Chadwick who'' recently has Telia., poultry about ,llveetock eltrns fmlt ralanR.rda1ryin. and track- AU Pancake. Flout, Ib*.___.. 'l5 Post To'asties, 2 .tar' i.::*_._., -;25rShreaded

.* the n.wspypem: will 'chronicle the de- time in the' history of colonial'relftItions ) become Fairbanks the?leading Dick ,:Lareno lady of' Douglas veteran lns three twice year a for month(.LOO.Only at lee per Ilvetoekandveneral year-> o.i\\ 'Meal, 8-7; -, ot.- ...___.. .28. "'Wheat, pkg.' _?____ ;;.145 _

I .partore .of the ,NC-13 or some other., a subject and alien race,"cfcrjesio character'actor i and ..JoaePh"1Ucklonare. I"..ta .. Write f today.ermine -paper'". la', the.' ;Slack Eye Peas, lb, 9c., 3 for. .25 Picnic' Ham, lb ._...,_..., (,,;.82?

airship. on'a trip around ,the, world, askseverance, ) of'Itheir' political thy others who complete the' I Navy Besnti;%2 Ibs ........ '.25 Sliced Ham Ib. ?_....._._... :-'. Oi
'at "so' much per,* or summer 'excureions connection ,with'the,sovereign..' nation high quartette speed.which ..keeps. the; action .t. P'Ott1eALE, j attractive+b.oond-haad prleea. Oeoeola.,Fordear.Motor% Lima* ..; ...rlb.; 15c., 2 :for.. .25 No: 10 Snowdrift ...:;-...,.._ '.45NO' ,<,

to the North"or South poles. If1t"ein'Ii'ma4. without recounUnc; ID, .4=\ of injusItlee For" those- .patronswho'like c their ,.c. 107,, Broad...".; Best: Baconl.: .--...-*. ...'.... ..8? 4. Snowdrift _...?.x.-2.25 M.

to:: help expedite! the., done and reparation, therefor; Westerns hot, gripping.and speedy D LL G8 for .... .. Apply ,to JI ATbuek1e.':'Coffee; lb .._.._?_ -.36 \,2 ;.Qt; .J'nlt'"Jars doc:;;..._ lAO: ,

'. ,inarketlng ,perishables; and. pve''but 'rather' with ''a feeling/'of gratitude !- "Go Get; 'Em Gamnger is regular: ; White Hones Coffee Ib'v>> _, ..50 1 Qt.: Fruit Jars, do*..;._?_.?- :: +

.. Ice 'expense-*.'.he, cooler. air, 'all and!, appreciation"tnd 1 with the' tabasco F nlum majces'a mile-a-minute dashing! "feast.hero; iMr.!and,. FOR"SALE--ftlcnty: acre)' It acres Senate':'Cofee,*'' Ib .__.__..., :;.45 1' Pt. Fruit Jars dot...;__:.. ;.95)?. /
'the better.. object' and for.. the of clearedand under fence I acre In .."
purpose ...
a ; : in the big'' dramaUcsituation.his: bearlnsr oran* grove jiooo worth No: Tomatoes, can IOe, 3 for, |.25i fl?, DRUGS . .,' .
t Anent, h'r.ubJect Fran t.J; Stan-; strengthening the' bonds; 'of _moral work has never been 'equalled in any (1 of 'oypl'.a timber on tract,' -four1 "Nor'-fj, Tomatoes.2 for...,.? |.23 'Turpentfnelp.r'bottle,:. '____. ::aOt .
and .material' union which 'b.vebcund. roemson., and kitchen. Aleo 10I '
toni, the Georgia :Poet, saysunder of. his previous offerings). -The story bottle .'.... .,14'
of cattle.and Catsup; per ... Camphoriper bottle ,_:, .J:
I ? .
the naraknof -
the heading>> ?'of Bop 'In Tou"Alrp the:two peoples together in an Is b; John .B. Clymer., who has writ* i ra gu hosra loe on \ ,
endeavor to'establisli'tbe' re1a'n- of ten many screen successes and, 'was Farmlnr 'tool and Implements. Lo- .'Kerosene ,Oil, gallon ....... .18 Castoria per bottle. ...: _' y.20 ;
: ;
? directed by Ernest. Traxler whose 'cat.d nea Kenanavllle. Price I ,JOO. Thread.'ppool ....___....___ .05 Sulphur, per pkg. ...i,..:..:.:.:.. .06y q.
justice,, and"peaces in the half term to salt. B. :
democracy \
i "* lone experience in" handling -Western H. eaabkb.lance ..,,:Fla._, l-tf ''No: ';2\Peaa, best ,___j...-_.. .18 Epsom'' Salt,'per'PkRrt--.;;. 'fOb t

r !"Old'rtme: rtop .*4he 'sight' ? "io* see,* ; w >rld. 7,This country, has ''demonstrated :: subjects has, been used,.to. splendid Ne:'2 Com,';.:;:....,........::.. ".itf -Vaseline ,per bottle i,.._:,_. ..05 r
f by the treatment of this people advantage; > "Go' Get 'Emf'Garrln- .:CHRISTIAN :CHURCH, .. :
Hop )In your,airship2': 4 / .. Peaches ' Machine: '
'does per." 'r ;. ,- ,*' Heavy Syrup ... .24' Oilper' bottle\'?_.i 1 :,2Px( t
5 : that notmean''right. .1. .
,246-inore'tiear: :for TOo and mel once rn ore", mleht: .. -'. . ._. I' 'llOG-Sunday School.: *: California Sweet .
lye -' v ' -- '' Peaches, ,. ..._T.: .35 Oll'per bottle ?: :;:;__ $ ; ;, .

r c i , Hop In"your;;airship 1 "*. .. "'. ,.(1 I 'NOTICE.. -TO :FARMERS:. 7816 12.00-T.-Sermon., P.'' S:,C. ,E.' v f.' ;Aprlcotr'heavy) syrup ..,-... ,*.82 Carbolic Acid.per bottje,.;::.. ",,34. "

i It's 'Good-bye, home, .and over, the '. \ Grated Pineapple; _..__. .80 Sweet tier .
; KISSIMMEE IS-:- %, Farmers who are ."interested ;.ln '8:30: -Sermon.' can Spirits ; :bottle.. .14" .
1.i y foamhe '!( : having' their vegetables put' each Wednesday Sliced Pineapple.,:can _.....' ..80Cl I
Covering open ditchesFurnishing : ; up en ,PnyermeIng; ? III FEED.: i: V.. ..,. '- *
2Andwe7LAy._, : arifar'. 'as he seagulls._ ,/ > shares or In : selling, them direct to evening:at!:BSO.S.: .A..-S..sacs Thnrs- :. *.:..X MPlrill;t i!<>. II ra .MTSL.. ,] IS1 ; 13- "'n: .t..J.! """....Jb I-'C""."_ ".... c'_._:__;_. .8-
' '- -- her kiddies"withrsaathitary : .
theT'.housewives this T .
l"oamr--, / : : purpose, d ,. .. ; ,Kraut Now 8 __, "
"t" : ; :;
*',,. - Shorts 'Best
; swimming ol., ; I ould 'eommunicate with Mrs.,Win. 100,.Jbc. ,._.......8.40
111'the siky-hlgh ome'h,1lep.ID .p
Howdy, Stars, c !! *r Steed orMiss' Albina Smith;I' home; Junior C;::E..each.,; :,Slmday7fat8:80p. [ \; Fish Flakes,'c can L_....... Ii2 Velvet
: t Beautifying a public. park,,,, T'Bonding' ; -raf\ '""' jn'YonAg Bean ,Meal .100 -lb...!2.9 i: '
,,,, ;' 'your airship.. demonstration agent. ,, 'c_, ' : < Ladle. -- All Pickles bottle ______.; %.14 ( ,
.... for': adequate': drain.system e for '.thin must .Clrel* meets each Cotton' Seed Meal '4% J.Beet. ; '
I : : .r. : .' Vegetables purpose "" E 'Mustard, bott1... _.... ,14.Darkey's l. .'t. 2.76 t,
?'Bound the heavens ,0'.tM.vwld 'tHop' \ 'I''. be' freshly 'gathered and not over second Sunday.. '. '
.1 : ; v *' ' f ; ) .Dr alng ? ....... 44 Pulp ? ..-.._....'.. W'': ,
;'" Bonding for atreet'pavhng ripe. 'Co." .'B meets the' first FrldayIn "
", race: r ; Smith Preinler'i! __,-:JL-... .85 Hay, ,1Q0'Oyster Ibs. : :
'each month :* HChnrch ; ; **.._.... :! 2I.OO .,
the l
r ?flop.fn' your: afrshlpl, "', .Bulkheadbtg ,, k"horei, .... : Curtis 'Jams. bottle .
t : r' CATTLE SALES. vi-;___. .32 Shell. .ioo Ibs'; ._+: .' 1.50' '
,.. : .
.4 ;.Get.tdli goWrina.ralnb? wchaae """ : "' + ; .-Jellies.Jumblen; :;tii:;:4' ratek1n-Grlt: ;I00'bs. -
_:1.78 .
Terminal.. V' Bass;;& Phillips contractedco afterlioon"elch'month..' ";;;;_
?:: .' : 1 In- your> ,arship! { \ . quiet tthe sell six hundred head of beef-cattle .
> And this-Is 1 the season 'Too are ordlall7.ID..tedJto. our
.It'si 'good-bye, home, and over the + to. Howell Lykes. of Tam'PI; and the ; .
: unte ;. "V i ;
year. V + .
<. ,-.
foamL ". a, cattle''are ncnr being gathered. ,They CUT PRICE CASH {
.. ; .. $1-tf. "',W., GROCER
)'' 'lots jnorf 'thai/ : will b* shipped frem'thia'rolaee"sometime : ;
'... money you ,:Mrs::' B. W. Thornton wl'i next week.' ,their destination. )Ie- "

45' Ii 'fa,tb.ombt:: ; > T 1 soon.for an extended ,visit with.rela. In", ..ForM .' .i.: .. Three:air, ships stopped: at', the ._" ,Phono ;141.. > ; 22.Btoadwa "

.:Aiid;We'll" want;new'--worldS'for our- tlvea .and Run 'Ba a. has'''also'''pnrehaseditxhundred landing field Friday en route) for!:'Atlantic r 8 uD

\ s, .. '"ro' Ohio'. <; She expects to be in Ohio in head of:'cows.and heifers ,:.City, N."' and ''another 'ship QUICK "SMALL :('& Ffi ," W' ; .,
\ '
;t Bop'jn'yxmrl:. mf'j'j time for the.will Annual be held state in Columbua.encampinent'whieh ' from Bass,A Phillips' to be deliveredas oh'', Its'v way to aid a'crippled.l1' ;' >plane' .. .'w c .., Out 01. Town'. .:.Order.-. --_. -. Given- '-.PromPt, Attention "
; sjoon a. they-can brgathered7'; was) 44:'Jalt ,Saturday, ., ,;, J
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: at Central (Drug songs, Store in,, Sheet-> 'Madre, Casino, Theatre.: I NOUSEKEEPER'S s K 's'C N- t
i '
Weather'rReport Charles Donegan, one of 't> .r
Park' cattle kings.'.wits a Klssim.. .1. Week of June16th .
vieltor week.I '
mee ,tn. first' !of the Matinee ,830, ;", t'J'' t. 'Ni bt s:16 ," ,.

.. I Beatrice Hilton of Loughnaan spent ', MOWDAT' tf .. ..
; ; Following ail dabi mPea. several trays, thin week with her, Alice Brady in --:. k
; tires and precipitations as reported ,brother C. E. Hilton, and family. HER r.BETe'ER.,: HALF:*" In'answer?to' ,_ ,request from Miss -
' l 14th EnUod .of 'HOUDINL"Ford Albin. Smith, home demonstration +
by Government station Dick$ .t
and Ned .BullocV left this /
, "t Kissimmee fo-f he week end- week for Georgia, where they will be Educational. Weakly agent Miss Isabelle Tbursby ,and

,.. ,; Ing :Thursday,, June 12' 1919 employed 'during; the summer months.Mr .I .TUKSDATAlma'Tttthcnrf In. . Miss Minnie Floyd from the 'stat tec1; ,4
I '' "' force of extension workers were sent ;
y'AN. ;
.c. Mln., Rain and Mrs. F,. lies left this .Qaumont Graphic. to assist in '.a housekeepers'J short e

.t ; ; Thursday ..... ', 93 73 ,40.. week' for their old home in Canada,1 'WKDXKSDAT' course' in canning.' _. ,

Friday ..._... pi 72 where they will reside with their son,,&...!. L < .
Saturday _...}, 96 1.26 For Sale1919"mMet Ford practically Mutt Jff In. .' of interested'women;. Th '
newl.ln first-class condition.I "A CAVE MAN'8 BRIDB. mornings-were spent in canning tomatoes .. f
Sunday ,..._,.(._ 83 71 :1257ft ,
See CJyde Nelson.: cafe Nelson Realty TIII1RID.o\Y, ,- beans, corn, soup mixtures, '
Monday _.y ....r] .85 72 Company Kissimmee, Florida. : WIIII&mFolC, prrxinti the'meat etc. Tuesday''afternoon. Misi Your Ford 'ear'wiU give satisfactory' and

Tuesday ......; 83 -71 j: 1.\)7 I Miss Mary' Simonton' arrived this ''A.ia'nABAAND"THH!f. : .THIKVES." Thursby explained the. value of vegetables money-iaving service Jot; years)if you, just' give

Wednesday; ,._.:. 83 '1q' ,1.01 ,week ,from ,Micanopy. for a visit at Harold Ix>yd In'' in the diet.* Miss Minnie ,.
look after
'it.decent Let shop it-.mak-
. '. 'the home .f. Mr.. and Mrs..J, R, Gil.I "BEFORE:. BREAKFAST"I !: Floyd, state: 'poultry organizer gave care our N
1.0to Uttoo..q.., .. .iot bert., I. ,\ .. ; .>niDAY some )|hepful) > hints to those interested ing./ pIacemeitGi. and repairs ::when necessaryylet. -
William In -a great Western in back '
Overstree't ,fFarnum yardspoultryr' .A demonstra <
., 'Murray" and C. H. Summers and
\ keep it tuned "up
;plat't AtOARAGAr;' :"; tion in the preservation of eggs by u.
Jr...left' Tuesday for points in Georgiawhere'they will, be employed FattjrArbuokle .. the means of water glass, wad given We GIve'. running smoothly, and youll r
-- -
A\ WEEKBathing during.,vacation.Mr. i Gauaont"HOCK'S.A DAME, also. ...... \* .- \
'< service
.:1' j.ITEMSOF ] ; Swope' 'I I. Newa" .I On account of the rain Wednesday sure Have! all the
; and Mrs 'C.' E.' of Or $ATCRIIAYtents Money
afternoon the women were not ableto .and comfort could
lando;' came down Monday night .to t ua Love InTHE'QVICKJCNINQ you ,get ,

Caps at Central Drug' attend the graduating exercises of '(th ""Eel.Ode+ of : FC\Mn.J* the complete'future"canning the arrangements in. the community for from,'a' brand .new car, _It'sall J'
Store. the hjgh school, and were guests' of; THE SILENT MTSTRRV-:: Saving
kirrhen. A meeting for this in :
purpose the.1"owinlfbow..Our '
Mack Bennett Cotrn-dy
Mr. and Mrs A. M. Story. < '
Stratton Story has accepted a pos-' ._"ROPIXO -HERtfM1S'>." will be )held Tuesd&v. June 16. at 4:MIn .
x jtiort in the Citizens 'Bank and woUI'beain JW.; 'A. Gibbons and family ha..r.1' j thedemon'trationkitchen.. All Service workmen_ "are ..'skilled-r-we

his duties Monday. rived 'front,his..home near Popular music, supply,':at interested are urged to be present. 'hav., genuine Ford part--
ton D. C. and will out *
James Begrll( and J. E. Wyndham. place Creeks move. Mr."'Gibbons Central. Drug Store. ,' ?' .. make regular Ford prices as established
weir known Orlando citiens were"Jntown :. near: Shingle > Mrs.. Sallie Jacobs, of flames City LOVELY; SHOWER FOR., we

.Monday on business.. ' .. "'' i ness.-,'willengage; '; In. the dairy bus arrived Sunday. to..visit .the Yowellfamily. MISS LILLIAN PRENTIS byi the factory Bring your Ford 'ar"io i ".and 1 let ,

Hear Frieda Hempel on' The'' a Mrs, F. P. Reeves, th*.post master I ;'f > xiI f .......- .II 'look 'It.. over,;..."a stitch In time *arul ,nine."*
Phonograph with'a Soul" at. Central I I Miss Edna Greer, of NewSmyrna, Miss Lillian Pnmtls who ,will become ''
,. .,at Avon Park, came up this week for! -
Drug Store. ' her little daughter/ Miss Christine, ',was'the guest.' Sunday. of Miss Norma the bride of;: Mr., Earla Cowgeron %
: 'Dr. J. W. Simpson has re-opened''I who has been the guest of her aunt, Griffin. the 17th of this montb., .was the / OSCEOLA MOTOR; CO.
his dental parlors in the same rooms Miss Marian Sargent, for several I I .Miss Ella May Gilbert has left for honor guest Saturday afternoon atbehome .

over the Osceola Pharmacy.F (weeks." ._ | J Jacksonville where'' she was called( of Mr. and Mrs C. A. Carson ,
D. Little"!one of Narcoossee's I l Miss Pattie Martin, whcThas'been yesterday. '- when Miss "Inez Carson'enter 307-9 Broadway,'"Ja..imm e.-\\Ra,, f? ,

. weltknown 1.A I I .. flne yow',"Florida; palms was tamed with a. miscellaneous .shower.
in town achihg-in: the' Ki sinvme ehoQl ; 'C
fn the city last week "A-color'scheme -yeUoW""and: a .,, ; tP
Tuesday looking after business. guest of Miss' Margaret Veach. planted park ; '. FISKTIRF.11,1II
In -"sloppy" J game on the local l I Miss Martin has been selected as' a beginning: the beautifying' of this white was carried" outin the >cut
field :yesterday afternoon' Kissimmee' teacher in the High School for the part of the city. flowers and other pretty' details of
'term. Lakeland Star. j I I Dr. and -Mrs.- R. Thor" Weaver Wt- the event.
defeated the Clermont ball,. team by a coming '
When the'-fcTjests' had assembled
"- -tnd.d.. the,meeting of the: State
"ecore of 8 to 0. For SaleTert"JcresJof";; land 'ton1MI1..HJabwa7 ,
'r- Swine. Growers Association ,jSt.Augustine Misses Carolyne and Elisabeth Carson -
. The Interesting and' ,;: feetvfcom; : 7il. rpt '
... amusing Extravaganza mtla) ,:' tweek.f, | f.. I .the,small daughters of Mr; and ..
Alababa and Tie;, Forty .tationf Campbell 4v Mrs. C, .A. Canon, Jr., appeared, 'c' I .
Ifrcn I I i "Winn
'Ora" I.
Thieves will be the attraction at the .,K1timmhtho.leounty'! : ; Misses 'end Augysta drawing after them a dainty tea W.A'on
Casino next Thursday good, mo3 rn 'ho ... 2 VI acres bearing are fromtTallahasse'e for' their" piled wit)! dainty packages which
.1, orange grove.about 2 acres cf summer vacation. They are student .
Dr. W. Osenbach and wife were all were found to hold the lovely and
muck land owned by Illinoisman at the State' for Women.
rich: ; College friends to
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack I useful presents delight
Sparling Sunday returning to their who wants to selt Nelson Realty *i I I MaJ. E,< C.:Bryan, Capt. .M. B. Car- present to brides elect.;

home in Orlando Monday morning. I Company Klssimmee, Florida. son and F. M. Bass attended the Throughout/ the afternoon punch "''e4 f

Mrs. C. H. Driggers and children I I Last Sunday evening; the Christian State convention of the Ameri an' and macaroon were served' on the L"7r

left Tuesday night for their old homein church changed the hour o>, evening' Legion alt Jacksonville this week. veranda and at its close' Ice cream sit"e

Statesville, Ohio to spend the service from 8:30 to 9:00. And thisis 40 acres of land with' 12 acres 'of and cakes refreshed the guests Misses

summer with relatives and frjends. a half hour earlier then we met grove near East' Lake; extra fine Claribel McGhee her guest, Maggie > .
two years ago. The subject for next bargain. Let us show you Nelson Mae Greens of Macon. Ga., and ':'
Gerald Rivers who is from
Sunday morning "sermon will be Realty Company, Kissiinmee Fla. Adah Louise Simpson, assisted in a .
G. M. A.. Atlanta. Ga., for his sum Love." The Children'sDay
mer vacation, has accepted Roy'Brlnk'i ',"Brotherly r I D '. P. J. Cannon and wife returned serving. .
the school ;
program by Sunday Almost breathless interest' surrounded
Monday "Tampa where they
place behind the soda fountain
will occupy the evening hour. Everybody have been sightseeing for several the cutting of the !wedding r.t.
in the
Central Drug Store. I
welcome. days. They will make their home in cake which was participated in by I
Judge G. F. Parker, was in town I Mrs. Clay Johnson has for. her apartments in the Gazette building the maidens //present. Miss Whitner ,
Monday on a combined business and motored secured the wish bone Miss Adah
guest Mrs. R. E. Rose, who ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gilbert wish
pleasure trip, returning to his homo I N.i I to
to KIssimmee Sunday wlth Hon Wagner the thimble, and Mist Grace
in Okeechobee City.Tuesday C. Bryan and wife. It Is Captain announce that the wedding of their Gilbert the ring.. .
daughter Ella May. to Mr. Bob E.
'. mornin. j Rose. Mrs. Johnson's brother, who The guests attending this event
Sanders which to have taken
Edgar B/yan has entered Rives two beautiful medals for general -- was were the teachers of the schools, and ,
gineers' department of the University excellence in the Kissimmee place on June 19th. has been indefi- the intimate friends of the .bride- '

of Cincinnati, Ohio, leaving 1 schools each year, and Mrs;: Rose was nitely postponed: .elect. '--- : IT 1,

Wednesday to begin his studies present?!' at the exercises Mondxv'nl J.- T. Burokhalter, who has been' .. :. '" !
f "
there. \I Miaa ,Margaret,, Veaeharriyedbornelater Hivh school was awarded when she interests in this section, returned ;
!**t from-- Klsslmmeev where i'had the pleasure of interviewing the toiis home' in Etidtis 'Wednesday ,,, PERFECTED ORGANIZATION Yes. Sometimes. 'It :Is- But. ; Lookout. "

. afternoon. ccompanl by] .... ... , "
she has been teaching for .the""Jiast) yotfhg lady who secured the coveted. ... -
year. Miss Veach has ,accepted Jr'prUe. his; cuter,. Mii W. H. .Arnold.: who,[; Another'meeting: of.'th'e. promoters : 1 ,
position in th.e. Lakeland schools for j I Sparkling humorand clever situations will spend a couple of *wee' *s air the.' '. ,.>f the ,.StataBaaeballLearue7ras\ When 'The. "Bump" :Cornea>Zi"'A

the coming term.-Lakeland Star |I abound in the Bessie Love Pic-'.Burckhalterfhome; ;,v" / "fY ,:I held here' last night representatives .

We have a splendid 360-arrft fruit.tune The Little Princess, which will A $500.000 corporation Is now' being .':From'-Tampia' Orlando. 'Bradentown, nan -.a7..JJ.. quite a while spsdtg..ery dollar lie earns '"
formed in to the J BartoW, and Lakeland being present.
Tampa .conserve .
hard road be seen .Inthe Casino Theater_ on '
and stock farm on near Monday, There are strong dramatic! waste products of4Florida fruits I I Sanford is certain to .make the sixth a* MOM, or eve* w... .. gets It--aid. lave treat time dolag .U; '

bargain town; fine'price combination and on favorable property term at. situations, also, but the whole is Carson Farmer of this city has been.:member of the League,. '-it is said, but !eventually "thoras": will .aIa... \, r "T': ;N 1
named secretary and treasurer for i I anddelegates from this city. Bartow . '
to interested blended into one of Miss Love's
of payment. Full particular very'best ?
parties. Nelson Realty Com- screen efforts.' She has.the role the new company. Mr. Farmer states..1however Orlando will go to Sanford Fri- ", Tie.'''n1.J dayT is blend le coma sooner or later.whea' bis t. +'

pany'Kissimmee, Florida.Mlsa. ", of the daughter of a one time-contractor that he has no intention of the
Kissimmee. J of '
.,;,/.i" '., 'i PatU. Martin left Tuesday who.and having residing made in his Flannigan'sFlats millions!leaving Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Falls and" f League The following officers were elect- s fj"\ W'f, ' *r.v.....1.( ,1fi1iI\.o-. -

,.r "" ;Ji morning for her home at Bokela Is- and'Mn. Mi ." W. W. Rose: Orlando president The tin te throw eff.the apeadtaf habtt U aew-, "
',' school buys a family tree so his wife and. ,, their two, small sons. Mr; Jier ,
, land after concluding of Latin in the daughter can splurge in society. Hegets McGuire, and the ;Miises Bess and y f"depesmnf .just a tale each week n. tkis vbaak '

term Osceola here.Bounty as teacher High school 'Miss into trouble enough: himself but Susie McGuire; spent the, day last, I lentown. and M. E. James, Bartow, ; and-see how tuck mor comfortable. and ia.''f *"-to I
his 'daughter Patsy, .narrowly plclcnicking at., Lake Apop rice-pBQsidents: Gilbert Freeman,
cs- Tuesday
in will feel a.the habit and. oU-
Martin lias accepted a position dependenryon
W'Reid. .Lakeland grow idollars
Tamps, secretary :
capes marrying bogus; Lord. The''ha.- They returned-_ home in. the. ev } '
for the coming term. I I "
Lakeland .
story is from Bernard I enln.. by ?way :of.,,Orlando.stopping! 1] .. treasurer.' multiply...; u
Mr and Mrs. G. W. Persons and,,"Princess Patsy." and David Smith in that city for supper:and attending The League seaeoe', willt'opennyJuly +. "
their guests, Mrs. J. R. Mallette, her directed the picture. -- the picture show-------- ;l t.-Lakeland .Telegram. -<
sister Mrs. L. M. Ham and daughter I :
Helen and her granddaughter Eliza* .URGE SALE OF REGISTERED
beth Schwiim. 'of Savannah Ga., motored STA-TEBlNKOR :
t to Wekiva Springs the early ., '" 'f. HOC: ,. ,, ,

.. _ ._____ __ ,J"h ..
.-T>art-of the'--for-a-daysJ-outing k ; ___,_ _. ... .. ,
Miss Claribel McGhee and her -Why/It s 'a>'JMfistaketo i'i"t ':-.F.. N;-Burt of DoLeon Springs, ; "

c:. brother Charles, en route for'their Florida,. has. ttfc&ased for his Spring : n
r home in Marabalville,Ga., Miss Mag '.1 f.:' Garden ...ranch the entire Villa Farm JUIMMEEt : :

gle.Ma. Greene for. Macon.: :'Ga., I I herd of'registered: Duroc- eney.hogs :

Miis Cleo Wooldridge 'for.Sneeds, : ,. :1:1ur'Purchaseof From 'Mr. W. H.&Emory .of Orlando. :

Fla.'and' Frank Bryan, foe,Fort Valley ". '.P.eaZ : rhe herd consists of more 'than 200 RESOURCES '$7SOOOOo<: : / -$100,968.004' : ..
Capita .
lt. party leavingTuesday. blood obtainable .,, .a.
Ga., were a, pleae ' t..... animals of the Very best ., 1 ,
..' :IV"S '- and with this addition to his ._. '" J ....
received letter herd will give Mr.: Burt .f c Jt. <<;- '''?' ''1'! 'Jt": '" """" ....,
C. W: Griffin a this a':. present large --T 71'1.
: : Officer and Directort'' '' ;
largest-herds in the state
"hi., son-in-law. Stanley Bullock ..:; one'of the .i>f. y it / I
I, week. conveying the:pleasing intelligence .. I and aa be eliminates 'all"and'retalns defective animals inly :IC;A. ,CARSON r. President; "M, KATZ lad':E. J.; LBbLET4VI! p;:
recently been a.
has pro they
that he
moted from the position of assistant >; N&WEDISON; : ;the i very best, purchaser for .'I. '.1 11'i' eel,srv, ',,1,.DTIB1TORDS.. I..Casitet. . &fl.&lV'.I'r, ,11\ +4. I
the Miami Bank and Trust t Breeding.purpose .}ely+ nponi 1 re II.CARSQN'' JA'l1.r. T ,
,cashier of. stock.. N." v, t'r+'lw tt V ';. :'.a ,

_' Stanley Co.. to cis leant of er;that incense ,boy ,<., ,/.). ., ., -I wiving,the very ,best : l. C.;;..A. CARSONtt, FLEMING. 't1f ',< 34!' I
Who' has odt, into the busineslworld f h t sJMOTHERS'.tEACHERS'. CLUB" iur C.BRYAtf.< U* T f HBTIMT* .
gone ; "J Pi* As eUe eUJ95JUJ&I*: 'E2.I..j.
and is rapidly m.klnA'.JrOOC1 :. @ ...- I. '- '' ; *" 'Jfr .t
-. SOCIAL DffweietfcJ A
; Anna t\ ,I'i' ;' "; .
-Louise. .Thomason.i l
Misses t .r
.Whitney and Belle Cooper: three ,ofXinimmee' ,. J. ,The public U .cordially\Wited' 'to '*, :_ h. '". 1 .,.. ('"\'__' L!..1., .V
school '.teach*
efficient Most wears' o Ao' attend a social meeting at the Chaper" -
left Tuesday for,'their summer ", everything J'OU'bU7 eventually /automobile .

*'eraf vacations. They the will rlypr take trip rUie to Jack.onville. boat- ; for exampleor"a' suit :of clothes._ ,'*.So,-the 1 lorjgerI Thor; :House Weaver tonight., +and. Dr.their"and"talented Mrs. R. ;verYb.&E.WL..- 'h 'Aaybody-AJTertises: TkA",..-<r-.fc...-:.. .,"_::. M,. .
,/ rat Sanford for '
: Miss Ethel': Haycraft will 1t
laughter, : : '
.. where' Miss ThomasAn expects" I you delay.j Ju 'purchase the looger;yooll have-it!1 to 'enjoyNot'so be' guests of honor.!.i, MayorSteed, 1\

1 to epend the summer'studying .... ...... ,
; ,A" ,. Mr: Stanford. Prof. R. M.\Evans and .
music, Misses Whitner and Cooper : Edison "-
before leaving t ,wttn the New It will,oudve anyway.Every . Miss Aultraan .are ,invited to speak ,
will visitSt.'Aogustine homes. .... .., ,. J you. /0' tlqsicat numbers and readings' .will the. 'Su&iiiierl

Florida for their northern, leaVeon'' month you dejaj\\ is j,moire:month cone from:. 'f be given by'Mrs..3.'E1''Lupfer"< '' MIswles Where tb/Speiid: rg
.; ;Miss Ethel Haycraft will. Wagner. Bass.. 'l'hom..oDoi'riller, # ., r j v '* "" ". V
..where she 'life another' month' .in which have had iI
Saturday, for; Kissimmee ;your you might, ] md others.r .
...will reside in the future: .Miss Hay- )f( would 'avoid( the'tiresooae, expensive. journey'to' the '>
,;raft has Just completd a most sue-. yourlife; 'enriched; "by muuc-:4>ut,didn't.>f. ; <''i'; "' OUTLAW-STRlCnlHD.. you; '. .
: f '
! A eessful term as music. teach*/ 'in the : ... : mountains this'summer; but.stilleqjoy: th,:pleasuof(' a:,change;;'of

school here She. isvone! of .ladles.Dad ..Under r' pui.:new, plan by which, paymeoteanhbi'madc''w;: . ., At. the home'of'the"Joe, bride's'parents the' i in : Gulf'' breezes
. "City'smost attractive young HI'. and Mrs. Outlaw marriage envirpment, _.a't.comfortable"'hh.pme! swept;by'cooling, oL
.is'"popular in has;church and social .., much?' a: month there',no:'.e ion I why ;you. Ibo IcL..t'- 'be"' : -ceremony, ;.which- ,united Miss "' '. '
'actlvitle. and": a. wide circle of Sleo.> Outlaw and Mr. DeWitt.Strick- WIo t. t.\, \ ,
friends who regret,her departure andivleh 'enjoying j ,1o'ur'e r'Edisolx i ';right, now ,: *v v-, 4.y:$,": '. 11'and was performed by :'Rev.: R; F. '- ,

for her jpeedy return-;Dade :. \,. .., .' -;- ,f,. Hodnett at high' noon, yesterday. ''The
',CityJJan er. "- ? - .M'";" diron oti - u ....,..... T happyeoupl.4eft.nthenorthboundtram I . "".
f'$3OipOOb : F.'Smlth'younlf+ officer i'. ; n.i.r4ew ; ; for ,a bridal ''tour. :.
Clyde ;
Lt ; .. .. . i
. .
the army, C .r. + ,
recently. discharged from only ii i strument'whirb successfully meets the te.t of direct .
.ecfdedr to locate Wand KI.aimmef / + : '. ' Mrs. J. J. Jenkins 'and:two!'"little \ : :. .
hu :
will open' offices in rooms flu;seed :,comparison with, the jivua.artnt's j ; voice i of' ;insitrumenUIt ; I.;daughters! ,' Mildred ejhd Maggie' ofWeco ( / .

i Sg/Graystone Casino handlingmunicipal ';, '. will i' brlnJ into i home the world' ; ,- aresvisiting a'few days with I :
I and"spvernment; ,bonds and , your ; : '. music/siing' : ._. their'aat.Mrs., Mluoarl"ronson.' :

ne.J' eltate.. :Mr. Smith is .sunative o played f by ,the""world's:. great artfeh( < : _-, '. Basil 'Hamilton left .. Tuesday, to ; ,
1 .
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of. North Carolinareceiving his legal + .' .. 'oin, his parents 'iLt.helJ' Canadianhome HOARD'i.' ; :
: .
:\ 'i. +
Wake Fer-: .. . . ,. ,
-- - -and 'acad.mie- trataing .at. ".. / "" near -TorontoMr.: .- .Hamilton -.,
est College He was prominent! in, ,Call-, '
athletics and. while ,a' student there : friend. who will regret, to
'* many .
v lt be verdict :
.I. served "two years as. assUant to the the .'/' .bOuae" '1't.,. .your. . ,7;. -, : learn",'of M, departure.. ; : } ; J
spent '
director of atl leties. He. has I : F.: C. 'coppedge; .representing Tfbe .
.. two months in different parts '. >. Akron ; ; '
past- location CENTRAL DRUG Miller ,Rnbb Company of : ,
the state, looking 'for a ; STORE ;
of 0.,'
spent town on
litl... H. 1 ... ; '
sibH "". "
the po '
rnd studying business! His companyIntends to '
believes t Kissimmee' ;and- .Oleeol(001ln1y'have n' *,. - AGENTS '",s. Q open a'branch- and. warehouse in : > : ;: l ; : "
et I
agreat.Mn.H' 'I'r
a I t' racksonvlle,"and thus improve 'the '-. -
4ee.4, '
templates i g.;a haw \ : tervice local dealers.
p pen tf>, .
;later date.i, ;'J-' .... '"* *It "- ; \ - f of. \
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& ?- 1 THE KISSIKMEE VAU.EY ICAZETT1f' DA'Ir. JUNE 13,' 1.1. '

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,. ..,.* Constipation, I It !* Dot exactly'. 'pleasant 'to 'pub'' to O.t"OO"'O"O'O- .OO'OO"'O 't 'O' OOO'

f $WoueneaLou of Appetite, and ''OSClOIA COUNTY NEWS SERVICED: such thin but people and often
f Headaches., due to Torpid Llver.advRange I of food, are so, indifferent

I II 'DR R.:THOR WEAVER, .County Agent KII.h I cleanliness:necessary that But such lecturing reminders i.i not,..

or Grade Hogs I to .do away with unclean habits Summer Fertilizing :
i t ; The only way to correct this i >- i-
ir PRODUCING. HIGH QUALITYDAIRY ICELESS. REFRIGERATOR, FOR evil is foYvcustoiners4 to turn away' .
be made profitable by purchase : ,
can PRODUCTS THfc; FARM HOME. and refuse to patronize the dirty;!'
of good boar; penning .and handlers f tKL-M>hio State Jour- R''
feeding him and bringing vows There' is nothing'that detract from> The iceless refrigerator f is not sci .nal. pf. X. Fertilize citru. 'tree NOW tot development of 'fruit' and

for service. First-class Duroc- the val'Ue'of dairy products so much i much for the,person in town, but foi To the above we wttl add that we size of ytarV: depend In a
!i Jerseys, all ages- both sexes, from .1 dirt. To be able to. supply rood I the country woman' who cannot buy: saw a young .man in white'i coat and growth of tree next crop "-,
stock for sale little' clean dairy products the following ice The wells furnish cool I apron who handled food m a "dairy measure on the growth of ,..wood made this summer.til "
registered ; at \ conditiont 'are essential: Healthj. water trough the summer months,,, lunch,"- picking a' sore in his nose, great .' r
I over meat' prices. cows, wholesome feed and pure eat. and the chief need for ice U in keep, and then use the same' hand fore e. 4Don't '
er, clean barns, clean barnyards,, ing milk and butter With the Icelean I handling unwrapped sandwich lessen ,your, ptofit* o( this and. next/:nar by neglecting

_ a Spring Garden i Ranch clean cows, clean milkers, and I refrigerator, a Brood.. quality of milk. : Florida Health Motes. fertilize !. .We offer analysis. "
milk utensils.. Prof. John M.: Scottof t: products can be, produced both' forthe to now any
,; Det-n', Springs. Florida. "Experiment'Station 'says that: family and for market. THOUGHT ONE SHIRT 'ALL HE "
rifl*. not only the' commerical,, dairymen,, Under the direction of home demonstration .1 NEEDED\
but'thoae' who keep only enough dairy , agents, many iceless .re- 'E'EWi1soY
.cowa to supply the family need> frigeratora hove been built in this All the Potash You Want.
.4 iTjvziE 'should! see that the milk find utensil i state and more are being; built this "Ten years.ago r was reduced h .
I are kept clean. 'Ieason. Such a refrigerator 'nothjing a mere shadow. I wa-a yellow as a :
' The time of milking and the first, 'more nor less than a cabinet or gold piece and would often be doubled f
OTELJACtfONVILLEriA hourafter is the time when the utmost . I cupboard, all four sides of which are up with 'most excruciating! paint t & Tdoroer Fertilizer.
:: I care is necessary in .order to made screen wire and which !in my stllm ch. Physicians could .on : '
10f over jvianufactureri Ideal Fertilizer
produce (rood-flavored and whole-{fa frame covering of cloth is fitted. ly relieve me with, morphinet L will ; i;,
dme milk. If a few essentials! are ,For the average family, keeping one ,(advised to try, Mayr's Wonderfuiand' Dealer! in Insecticide, and Spray Pump

1' '. oubld*mawSreanvUMtodVupCiS iv treatment neglected at will this make time little,' any difference.Milk after. demonstra-tion : I Remedy What 'Js more it, I helped hade at well once.ever I ..;'. ( Jacksonville, Fla,

oawoctioa fonvonient to tvarythinfIn : which has once become contain, ; j since. A friend said he thought one
%i, heart of Cend For hated can only be made wholesome! I inches square," with 11 inches between ..more clean shirt all I would ever
c tAa 4tfnlTN.paei 0n iy boiling, and it is objectionable to the shelves. A refrigerator I wear." It is a simple harmless preparation o oo t.o OtOO OOOtO 9 OO 'ooooor .
many, ai it destroys the pleasant this size can be built 'for a little less that removes the catarrhal ,
taste. than $4. Your home demonstration ifhtfcus% from- the intestinal tract and -- -
The stable or shed 4n which the agent will be' glad to furnish further ,allays the inflammation which causes .
Ask Your Grocer dairy herd is kept is of great importance information and give the details of I!practically' all stomach, liver and intestinal . .
.' I and should be kept clean.If making e\\fh\ t refrigerator. If you ailments, including appendicitis. -
r- the cows are kept in the barn while do not already have_OTe in your ,home One dose will convince or ,
wi being milked, the stalls should be take the matter up with her. money refunded. J. 'Z. Roberson, and
thoroughly cleaned as soon as' the druggists ,everywhere.

ra CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES feed cows should are turned not be out.given Dry just or before dusty other 666 Chill has more and Fever imitations Tonic than on any the Hernando:County: : There. will be; a aidsw --- ., a

milking. In fact:! many of the best wants imitations. 'great increase in the acreage of pea-
market but
dairymen not feed until after no one jnuts: Most of the farmers are planting ,'
dangerous thing in the .
milking. In hot weather the floors They are a row of peanuts between the - -- -
should be sprinkled just before milk? medicine _line.d.: ( t ,porn.: The local-packing-house has reopened -
InP't"settl."the. dust. to pack the June bloom of .
wr The manure should not be allowed HANDLING FOOD.Dr. grapefruit and oranges. Fancy prices .

___ Best accumulate near the dairy barn. Evans, in his hygienic writ- are being secured for. this fruit,
By Every Test. Ito it is a breeder of flies, gnats, and ings, copies some hints from anotheron which is very fine.FOUND 0' . Ten years' time affords a thoro. _
Fresh warm milk very clean habits as necessary to good j J
takes the odor from the manure health. Several unclean habits are ough test of almost any plan or 1 :

pile. If there is a. hog wallow mentioned, which are not only Injuri. IN business proposition. .
.. near bv. the milk while being drawn ous to health, but offensive to good t
You -Do More Work from the udder will absorb the odor. taste. Here are a few to show the A WOMAN'S
The vessels into which the milk la tenor of them:
Yon ambitious and period
During a
are more ten-year any
yon get more
I ', enjoyment out of everything! when drawn must be kept clean and sweet. A waiter while' taking orders will BEDROOM
blood la in good condition. Impurities your in Those that are- rough and rustv twist his mustache or scratch his thing basically wrong will be .
the blood have a very depressing effect on should be discarded as it is impossible head and then handle the food or the -
to cleanse them properly. dishes before washing his hands. pretty sure to disclose itself.
the system, Just: hefore milking the udder and in midsummer will -
1 nervousness and sickness. A waitress carry
OROVG'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC teats of each cow should be washedor a napkin under her arm and then 1 Made in a Town in Georgia Last The Florida Citrus Exchangehas
restores Energy and Vitality by Purifyingand wiped with a damp cloth or sponge wipe her plate with it. i Week.
Enriching the Blood. When you feel a..* to remove dust and loose hairs:. Any day men can be seeri! to leavea been in active,,.and -successful .
t Its strengthening. Invigorating effect, see which< would otherwis.. fall into the :1 toilet, pass the wash bowl without Last Tuesday night just before '
how It brings color to the cheeks and how rnil while milking. The hands of using it, and go straight- the dining daylight a woman in Quitman Georgia operation for the ten years end-
It Improves the appetite you will then the' milker should be clean and if h<- table. i found in her bedroom a drove of 1919. ;
r appreciate Iii true tonic value. does not w_r any special suit and The tongue is the "greasing post" mosquitoes. AS quickly as possible ing June 1, ,
1" r GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC can for milking. h'! should! at least for salesmen in every kmd of food'she arose got her bottle of. "Tor .
r Is not a patent medicine. It Is simply wear an apron used for that purpose store. A baker will put his finger to 'ment" and began spraying it around.In The organization is daily
IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.So orlv.There) his tongue and then pick up a sheet I' I less than twenty minutes every
pleasant even children like .it The is no other food product; Inwhl.h of paper and wrap a loaf of bread. mosquito was a corpse. You will growing stronger and all the >
Wood needs Quinine to Purify and IRON disease perms will live and The street car conductor adds a have the same experience if you will
_ efficient in .
to Enrich It. These reliable tonic prop. multiply oa readily as in milk. certain amount of filth to each trans ,try it for mosquitoes end flies. Torment time becoming more .

b erties never fail to drive out impurities laThe fer by licking his finder before peeling is a new preparation, manufactured I its service to growers. -
tae bJGOd. Good for Indigestion.If a slip from the pile. I i by The G. B. Williams Com i
Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S you are troubled with indigestion The grocer and the drug clerk will t pany. Quitman, Ga. It j is sure deathto
; TASTELESS: Chill TONIC has made it take a few doses of Chamber- nick up a paper bag open it by blow- flies and mosquitoes 'Will not Over four thousand grove .
the favorite tonic In thousand of homes. lain's Tablets.! They strengthen the ing into it, then\ fill it with candy. stain clothing nor furniture and is
_ j More than thirty-five yean ago, folkswould stomach'and enable it to perform its The, breath in the bag does not add !absolutely harmless to human be- owners are affiliated with t".3: :
;., ride a lon, distance to get'GROVE'STASTELESS' functions naturally. They also cause to the cleanliness of the candv, I ines. Sold by all wholesaled retail Florida and
p Chill TONIC 'When a a gentle movement of the bowels though it may change its flavor. dealers. Price. 25c a bottle. Citrus Exchange,
member of their had Malaria.
r needed a. strengthgivingtonic. or You will be surprised when you see their -helpfal suggestions as to
how much better
4 you are feeling .
4, .and The you formula can get I. just it from the any same. drug today I taking; a few doses of them. COUNTY FAIRS AND HOW TO the policy and operation 'of the ,

__ 60o per bottles. Subscribe.for the Valley Gazette. MAKE;: THEM SUCCESSFULBy I body are of the greatest assistance -

I to the officers and directors* ,

( John T. Scott. ;;; and cleaned. Horses mules 11 '
v What ia the object of a county land cattle! when shown as individuals The active interest of ,the' .' '.
Fair What benefits are' derived ,should be broken to the halter, so '
from it? Who is responsible for that .they can be. shown to better ad '',, grower members 'the Florida \ .. .si"-'
making the fair' a success. .
ywuiw _-- u The object of a county fair should vantage.flan. Ahead for Exhibit :"y -, . : Citrus ,Exchange is tbQ solid t: ): .
be educational the I 1' exhibit 1 Is difficult : ' ,\ .
y"r' possible. This'can'to be largest accomplishedby degree Getting This i Is usually not because a. ,:' ,t' ; ;' foundation on whichhas been . If w'
1': *
h..vinaexhibit.' of the best crops the'farmers have any objection to ""builded a business structure with :: ;. -
and of the best live' stock in the exhibiting material, but because .they Si*
county, along with some information, do. not have the material. To havean the power to weather adverse ..= : Y::.

sUch as the name} and variety of the abundance of good material for arid take the fullest }
crop shown, and. how many bushelsper exhibits means that plans for having : conditions to 'r -
and the must be made in advance of the '
acre was grown expenseof iit advantage of favorable ones. : : '
growing the crop,'' includng the planting{ season. The same i Is true ;;;;t=:'
-.., amount and analyst of the fertiliser. :of livest<9k. The cow and sow must i a

This will bring.before the people . be bred at Having saved the citrus Jndus- ;, I
pigsro-will'be-theprop. ;
-.of. the different-sections' the best the calves-and' : 'I .b ;
.5"- :, crops that ate being> grown, :nd'wil!) er, age to enter in ,the various c a"l. try, of ''Florida! from, destruction, *.V".: .
LOOK for beta help to ,other in growing these 'The Individual. Responsibility : if' .
J ", thesealed S crops. With exhibit of livestock; ,,1 i A' successful county fair -should having made for. the growers .Vs : S
? the breed, age, and weight should be have exhibits from'.U'.ectlon. of the i millions of dol}; ,
'' who are ;Vr.lars .
i oackae... bat given If it is a'dairy cow, give the i;I county. If all section of the county
t : anoni'or pound of milk produced are not represented it is not'truly' a ,;.. and having proved ''beyond : > : .
in ,the year, and the pounds of butter'made. 'county'fair. If all section of .the \ .1',
.', It would be i! should that t its work f is theright I
eye-outalso I interesting; county are. represented as they ; ..question on .- rt '
also to ,state 4 (" ? .
:the kinds -of feed .and''be, it mean a good deal of Individual '( .
). .. line the Florida CItrus Ex-' : I' ,
the amount given al day 1 responsibility. If means -that Home ..; 'J.... ::........5" ,-
Exhibits ''made attractivesoth.t'the one must.boresppntible for exhibits .I' \ asks that its'usefulness. i' 1( Nf :
; .people will take time.,to 'fronreach section of,the county;. Are v'\t\ !'''' I? change
WRIGLEYS stop and [examine ,them thoroughly you "willing to take thi*..responsibility \\\f' |' become even ) t "'4:
Looks count for a' great. deal in exhibits T' There I'reasonwhy:. you .
;. as, wen as in other thing should not''take that /'responsibilityand ,i :..i; ';',. greater by your support. .,; 1 i i ;,:.1i f .
t : That 'nemeIs'your'aro, : The writer has seen 'many good 'exhibits see to it that there i la a creditable "...,',. ; *. I ".*,<
at fair that 'were not'i appreciated exhibit at.'the next county' fair. ::;: .\ r ,

,tection. 'against' Inferior; imply because- :they-were pot 'Community''Responsibility. '' --i.t.;". A* to how it wfll benefit yes'I;I, .1.;,.'.: <. J 1'
in "t.
arranged an attractive, manner. In addition. to the Individual +;responsibility 1. .
''t Other exhibits that were not so there i i. certain amount and r a* to where and..when //I 'J..,, ...;,.;. "
r Imitations, ,Just; :as. thesealed ; good,:.but an-angedmore attractively. of. community responsibility, Inx ad .. Se' you can join the Florida Citrus . 7V.. I, '.",: sT';-$ f '' received, more 'recognition. .- dition to individual exhibit, f'!.iT" p.' 'Exchange, write, wire, ,..
'. 'pa. ,. per.' .. In e>exhibiting, livestock it is absolutely 'there :'should be ,commllnlty,,,.' exhibit.. o ,. 'phon., or c4) on, + .
x "necessary to tave.-the animals '-There:: i Is .no' good reason.why'\ the ", . ,', l' "s
ii ,tection'against.,lmpudb' : in, good condition if you wish: ,next county .fair 'should i:not ;.have ii IL t -t' I {.
) "' 't'-;,: " to make> good showing.: They should from fen to ':a dozen community exhibits. I
'I receive. a,little extra feed and car .- 'To.'cet 'these community Florida Citrus EachaegeTampa, :Fla. : {I .,
;Tbe\Greatest Name for 60 days) before they are put on hibits'there niust co-operation i i' ofIndl..lduala' I :, ...
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., exhibition and.. 'should .be in'' '''good in 'each.'community.The' .The ,
/ flesh.) \ farmers and stockmen should get,together '
r .7 In .It will be 'necessary to'use,; shears f cursor. five months 'in 'ad- I 'A. HAKES Mgr Orange: Coiinly .titrUsS, SubExchangeOf1aQno & : :
,..of..!f\ -' or clippers to remove any long hair vance of the t.lrand,, decide'on-what : .
: t 31U : dr around the horn and ears of the cat.: they, will exhibit> ..Then..ln some ,;! '.
t.t1 tI.. and especially: inside the' >ears. 'Of. one.must' be responsible jfor" getting :,. tl:la. t '" .
-i e ten-time the clipping\ ; the.longhair' the exhibit send to the fair .; ,v 1 ""i
I thoTtunp and tail will ,-- 4 *
,! on greatly Improve and se' that properly. ,?: #
The the appearance of the animals. after it arrives , . " ; ", '
S ''I.I The be What' better'.irdWtWng ean"a1lYcommunity

.I Flavor done wit6eoneiderabl.'eare:: ; so ..a* get:than can be gotten. as )'-
not+i to'disflgurethe animal. Practically "a' good exhibit? '
MNt Itt11t result, of ; CITRUS EXCt NG 'c .
Casts *"* -- '. : .-
\ the_sametrefctnienthouldb" -j? Remuneration. : .(\:,:, "
.,...... givens the.-' horses and: mule. .'This The county:fair 1 1. not a ,..moneymakinir -

.. ..f" 'Hr. preparation'should be dene at least institution. 'If the exhibitor '. ,- ,
," month. before the- thel-bett ,> :,' '!
11 a animals are',put puts his exhibits possible f. ...
: / on exhibit." Don't be .$$r$44 to "use condition to show,. prWes-that he .. '
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soap, and'water. ., See that the skins may take"'wjll not always pay for'' ..: '. ...." . : :, _
in good condition. : .Use the '*nrryomb his troubles .There'may be some direct '
freely and, also, a good bcusn. monetary-return ..from/prUes/ '
See_that the hair 1 Is bright and shin- 'the ,greatest return will be tr>"*' .><>od 1 PO;; PAINTED FEBTJLlZEft j C rGOMPA_ Yj1 1' .
!y. The, horn. ot.the cattle';should words' spoken of the individual,, farmor Jocksonvllle. Florida'r ..
M: polished. ..-This caW done by'the eoi munit .";This Is worth more, -+* -. ; -cl

use of" sandpaper 01" 'emery paper, 'to a 'fArm than tfnf direct;'money return "" Fertilizer*,':Insecticide*, Sprayers,::Poultry, Supplte't t .f
which win take off,the'' rough edge. that can be expected: in the way '
al After.-'these Pop oMrty year! liave been- rnanuisanring fmiltnrs In 'thisassw.. have MiriifUJ.. ,
rough. edge are: taken >,.Iz.... w* ; cue
: >>ffy' polish' -with" a, "oolen 'cloth,' and New settlers are looking' for loca- V ? saran .in.ewry oounfy In rwnda. bNdb
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t: a, little oil applied to the cloth will be tlons In lust such coinmunit ..;,There [ IPs* LatecViMee'tbLj, ,<" 'Pries' *.always ta luse wIA,O alUyWl r.
,.-.:(, ,J found helpful The hoofs*of both the 'community exhibit will 'att-vct\ 'a' ,, .. .. b
r .. ,and horse 'should have attention -I'I'attl. larger Tiumber: pfthe' kind "ofMttlera

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8tI'Mt.,1W: >r 'Bronaon/.H. H... Hull,,. torgoingWropo.ed'. 'thuirte.' 'freely;Orlt..t, !; and ( ,'
PrecisIi 'JW: P.' 7i.on.' Fred ,A. Loran, R. V.. and voluntarily for the ueee. and purposes -., ; lo4a.In1 la\C'oa'
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DR. BUClKAS T II;$.. County Charlie Lfnl'f.j0. c: Bass, Steve Williams,.' IN .WITNHSa f have>i.Oause" th..1 rA-w ui pending Complainant wherein and Mary..hrIt.ur .
tjonejran,. all ,of: :w >Ich" was I I hereunto set my hand and official BJ.I Don-ran, Armlnta .
ordered filed.: :' seal at Klsslmmee, said C and Walter'C. Bjia J Baae.
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r. Bfd :> Bid : "State' this 1Itla day of J..".. IX I. Bk.r, l
Th. of County Commission- of 'W. B., Makinson Company The clerk then presented and toad '11. ( -\ la Holmes Coppay wu. *" '.
KISSIMMETS( : err .in and tor Osceola 'County, Flor j to furnish cement ,to county at: 86 a number '-communications: 'which'.1 1 I (Offlolal .eal. ) RHBA. PHKRIOO Isli I ."al eVer outcry for to "he hall ,' -

ida 1Det ,on 'lane 2nd. .t 10 '" m,i cent per sack f, o. b. can: Kissim. were ordered filed with the proceed.'I' Notary Publlo. State ef Florida.. and beet bidder cash at the highest T "

there ''being present A.. F. Bass,I mee Florida, the board, to receive- a -J-rLnr njtC _J'U'W'Lfl.arnM. ,,r Jij My'tIlL Commission, expires- \ September,. 'Iit.T.. 'hoes. 401 atl'Tfclsslmme, Cur, _ _

OSTEOPATH chairman Earnest Mach E. L.. IX i credit of 15 cents, for. all sacks re- f Cohtinuexi OB Page ,Eight.r ., during Jond2y-. the legal Fth 'hours' .. Ford, _ _
Overstreet John Partin. B. 'H. Guy.,, turned. IfOTICB'OF, XrpXICATIOJT' FOR t day of July A. Di _ _
being's ,
-- aame ,
....:.... ,. legal sale day, _ _
; ; DOWKVbTo
Pat Johnston attorney for the ,board,,1,I: Bid of. OsceoU Hardware Comipany all bat certain' parcel e>r
sod',.1.. U Overstreet. clerk. I to furnish cement to at LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS o( land 1" the r'1 of Oeceela -
I STATE BANK( BUILDING: .county 'Whom' It '"i
I State
Ka"eonoorn'| ( of Florida In aatd _ _
The" board.'wa. $3.U
called to ord/sr by d..orlb
per barrel or 95 cents per"sackni Notice: le hereby given that the .n. oree ae follows, ,- _
Its .chairman* A. -F, Bass, and the i I the board to receive 12 cents per' sack BTOTICK or APPLICATION FOR .r.I"'nfld.. BII..tb. Cott.Mnan w14.. ,. Lot Four '(4)-of -Breese. 'Se-i
i Phone No. 162 minutes of the last session of the t, for all sacks returned-; TKRS. PATENT AND LET. 0",. o An4row.. Cotterman 'late ots, Os.c.ola cording to Richard C.p Ludlam and, -
"' 1 INCOStPORATION. .. State .f Florida. George h(.
d. MacDonough's
board read and I Bid Plat tiled In.
approved. of :
'I, !Southern Clay Mfg. Co. toi .. ceased, busled In the Court of the the office of the Cleric .of
L__ The matter of paytnjr R.D. Libby'e i, furnish No. 1, wire. cut lug r brick at' 0 County Judge of Osceola County. of said County on the l Circuit'Court

claim for, damages (CO; was taken,, $28 per thousand and No. 2. wire cut'"TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CoNCERN: :r' Florida a petition to assign of August 'A DUl. and recorded1among ,

Up. and after some discussion by the lug brick at $24 per thousand f, o.. b. th.NOTIce under.llI'n.d 18 HeRIIIBY wIll GIVBN. ,that the said dower Andrew out of. the.,estat.of deceased County ,In the Platt. Book r.or. of. said' :4; _

board,< Commissioner John Partin 11, plant, said. bid to be .in.pectcd.II-t.; ,.Go..rnor- ot tb. Stats appLy' the'on and that on' the 7th day ,of July. A. Terms ttt _!.! O> 1 purchaser* 4* I_ _
made a motion: that the claim be. plant. '-' : tb. :1.tb. day. of TuTy"AT D. 1111. to, D. U1I. the underslsrned will apply pay.for title. .t ,
paid motion Commissioner Ill I Lett r. Patent .. to the Honorable T. M.Murphy, Judgeof MJLTON -
aeeonded.y After bids ooe ted and
I were OSCEOLA UARANTEE fli&.crSi? said Court.-to Issue.a writ to the PIDIR
B. H, Guy, and carried. the prices carefully considered by the' PANT. ,under the following ... Sheriff ,of aald County 'commanding -Y: 8. .t.a,! ,
Mr. B.; C. Miller appeared before .board,. Commissioner Johns Partin'char IIr; copy ot which IS on ft r.ropo.. him td summon commissioners ac.cording .. Solicitor,' Complainant. '*<-tt. SIfr _
the' board and' stated 'that; there'made a motion that the contract to State otdc of of the Secretary of State. of the to to petitioner law who -.h." allot and ,
.t off
Florida her interest
j dower NOTICH.or
E. should be better'orA'"nizatlon' among.furnish cementbe, awarded to W. B.,, Thl. the / In said APPLVAT.ON FO. TAX'
S. HOFFMAN D. "tlt day 0(1, ",un.. ..A., estate at which time all -
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the citizens of the county in >dipping Makinson Company they being' the 'iSiL '. persons Interested In .ald. estate.whether . 'IEII. Q .
( .OCULIST AND OPTICIAN cattle: that his cattle had been dip. lowest and beut bidder, motion seconded IAMBS -JOHN8TOW'" .. creditors heirs at law or _
ped and 'clear of tick; but that every by Commissioner ,Ernest Mach'I O. -OARRBTTJ, '' next of kin heard In objection Not. Is hereby, riven.. That 't. It.'
: Eyes Examined by a Regular Reg. I'I W. ". STEED., It any they have to the granting Dnnl. purchaser of Tat Certigtoae..
Istcred Physician. one in the county owning cattle' and carried. ., -. / ? \ the prayers of said'p. ltlon., dated the 7th day of
Classes should be compelled to have their Commissioner .E.: 'L. D. Overstreetthen PROPOSED CHARTER! This June Sth A. 't>. lClL A. D. His. has tl..a..a' AUlu.t, _

I Broken Fitted. cattle dipped else the effort to elimInate made. a motion that the boardnurchase 08cmOLA OUAOJ"AN"rEE -TITLE- Widow (of ELIZABETH Andrew Cotterman COTTERMAN, for my tax ofdce deed. and, to Issue made In application accordance _ _

Lens Duplicated. the tick would be a f.Oure.r from the Southern Clay COMPANC. ' ceased. e U4t.MASTER'S with la. 8d certidoats! "

: 28 W. Church St. Orlando Fla. The question was- raised as to why Mfjr.' Company, as many No. 2.. wire themselves.The undersigned hereby associate : ., the.following described, ',_ _
tojetherto' the > .4LIIJ..' "* In .
the dipping vats were- breaking and cut luff brick as they needed to finish'of becoming incorporated I un,r.ufPO. < : O..ola COlntrO. Florida to.wit -

needing repairs so soon. Mr., Pat work. they being' the only bidders, of the State of Florida' and under NOTICE!"I's hereby irlven. 'that under Ed Be. Wilson run Lt 4..d.I on'to'

: O! F. Kn BBS __ A. AKERMAN Johnston attorney for the board;' and .the commissioners being ..atl.fled .- the term. of the following charter and by virtue of a Final- Decree dated Rt. of way108 ft/W. 1(0 ft. 8. itl ft.,
: ,- "W.J.: STEED stated that. he was informed thatthe with the price of the brick mo...' ARTICLE 1. I. the 2tnd day. of May, A.' p.: isis. In E. to R. Rv Rt. of .war. la Section 13,
: IThe "8m. of, this corporationTLB the case of The WatersCarson Township ,5 South, .Range _ _
KRIBBS cement used in some of the.vats Vras' .;tion'' Seconded by Commissioner John shall h. OSCROLA: GUARANrEB; TI' Grocery Company, a.Co..poratlq".t..r. 125) East.Ihe aald land Twentyeight -
,r;; AND STEED old and therefore no good.: Mr, S....L.Lupfer Partin. and carried, brick to \ be in. COMPANY. sus, -or. -L.. Curry-and Viola C. Curry assessed at the date ,of .. 1.IDI<
Atte>rae>> ... Ce>.me.*." .t lw.i representative, of th. Osceola' pected at plant -and accepted and of S Th. principal of flee and place I his wit... and Charles P., Dow and said certificate. In the, name of Un-
i .........; Fl.rlda.Ge.ea1 business shall b.t. In the Town of Caroline H. DoW. his wife de- known. Unless1 said certlflqate .shall'' _
Hardware Co., being' present informed paid for Klssirnmee Florida. )Xlsslmmee ,
at. Osceola County.' State ef fendants pendlng\tn the Circuit I be redeemed aooordlng .tolaw,, taxi, *
practice !a all St...sal United the board that such report was' Mr. Peter F.. Murray. asked the Florida, and It.. business may be conducted Court ; of the Seventh1 Judicial' deed will Issue thereon on the
...... Ce>eirte. untrue, and that every sackof cement borad to amend their resolution passed ' elsewhere In the Stats of FlorIda. Circuit Court of the' Seventh Judicial dayof Juno. A. D. 1212. '' J'U
i as may be necessary or conven Circuit of (SEAL) .:J. L..
the.State o{ Florida. In OVER8TREET.
.a"d ,
sold to the county for the construction November 5. 1917 requesting' the ient. _ _
Clerk '
for Osceola' Circuit
In Osceols.
-.i. County, Chancery the ; Coanty,.
B. Crawford 'L.. Jarrall) of vats was in good condition -] A. C. L. Ry Co., to extend kto the '1. The ARTICLE t. undersigned as Special Master *, In VtnrtAm," :Court., '. .'N'T"J, |. ,*
CRAWFORD ft JARRELLATTORNEYSAT.LAW when sold to the county, and board of county commissioners' a."ness to be general nature of the bust. Chancery will sell at'pjubllo outcry __ __ &' _ _

that'' It was possibly on account. freight credit not to exceed $10,000 pany shall be transactedby as follows: said -Com. for. cash th..ont'In hand,'to door./the highest bidder '" J J OTICBTO. .CRBPITORSV_ :'_ _
the grade of sand used. Mr. W. R. in any month for taking: care of .. To make searches opinions exam House In Kissimm.e'dsoeoa County Court 1.,,CmrtCeeii" '.f .Jedge.' .Os.selsiV,' ,

Offices. 4. 6. 6' and 7 ,QtUens Fuller,.also stated that if.the right; freight- bills- .,,"01 to '.pply-to'the' inations land and and oth.abstracts forms of titles. to Florida during. the legal hours ol . .tr. r.t. n..... '. I

t> Bszikbuil4fln, grade of sand was not used 'the mixture Florida East Coast Railway Co.. and Guarantee and Insure of Titles property to land! lo : sale A. ,D.on 1215-...onda the,. the followingdescribed'Jth. dar of July, I-." -re- ,I"I .-_f _Andrew_ .. ieieej.' -_ _

Klaimm Florida would not stand. the Union Cypress Co.. whereupon. and other forms of property and tomakes I propertvsituate In the .County of Osceols. To'' all C"dlor..' Legatees. ClatriboT
Mr. Pat Johnston asked the Commissioner Ernest Mach execute and insure opinions' tees havlpe
board made a. certlflcatea, policies and State of Florida to-wit: \.r.on. Claims- 4 _ _
: to take some action in the matter of ,motion that request be. granted' motion Title Guarantee and Title contracts Insurance of Lot Twenty-five ', <1B) of Prospect Tou.or Demands and each of said.'l.tat.1 ..1 _ _

DR. W. W. CARSOM construction of balance of /vats in : seconded by Commissioner John to buy. sell transfer, convey and deliver Park according lots on file a In map the or office plan. of ofbuilding notified and required )'ou present ".b"

DENTIST the. lower end of the county the Part In' and carried and acquire by purchase or oth.r. claims and demands which onfeither
; it was so or wi... dlspoB of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.ot.o. you
8 Offlee over Pillejr l3DUdIng board Informed Mr. Johnston that dered. lea..' pled .. manage encumber develop. ceola County. Florida, to which .ref. estate of.f >you AndrewCotterman.' may have affalnst thej

OftI..'Hours: I-11. 1-4 they* had instructed Mr. Farmer to Commissioner B. H. Guy mad. a Improve and exchange real property erence tloular'Is hereby made of -satdi for a lot.more which par late of Osceola i County. Florida.deceas2ed te' '

'n.a e US ItI..... *Pke>ae M complete thework.."- Commissioner motion that the clerk be instructed and Issue personal or mixed property: to I. a part description-of the property eoaveywd te .the undersigned $Admlnlstratrlfc of*

,0. Adsalalstereel. for Bstraetlea. .. A. F. Ba .'then informed the board to pay all bills doe on'th. tick eradication ; Indebtedness promissory, checks notes and, certificates other forms of George t..- Bldjjrell and.KlvavA Simpson said date estate hereof.'within'two; f\; years- from the 4; .
TeethLEWIS '
that he wai opposed to the superintendent fund motion seconded by"' _ _
of the road work'taking his Commissioner John Partin and car- :corporation-therefor! to the extent 18th. ISll.-flled. I' -the : COTTBRMAW.
otflcn of- the CTork of hll C'lroult JlLIZ4J'1'H
specified herein to loan
; money on n-'t
O'BRYMIAtORNZY.AT4AW crew off the roads, as he had been ried. !I note. and bonds, secured by mortgage 'Court of Osceola County,' Florida. In Administratrix., -

employed t* build roads' l' ,and the The board took recess' -until 2:30.: the The property: to carry on a general real rut the. described SB fronting on t'vr .O.C.-.ADI.
state prisoners hired-for board met at 2:80 a full ; -.)
purpose. p. rru.
'( feet dextend'ng .
estate and rental collecting business; ona Street Fifty ( ) .an p' l
0 The matter of continuing' to dip board being present. i to act a. real estate brokers", and back from said Vrrjnn Btr,,ton I. 'c_ .1. _
Waring Building.aat cattle in the discussed Mr. A. E. Don..ncame' bAn' and Westernly'lsns ('vieiurdred fCse.ty SIst'ur" ,
county'was by >agents: to conduct a tax paying- agency Kaaterly _
4 the: board. some members of the the board and asked them to recom- and to act ..s agent, attorney In ) and Thlrty-flve f.!.. feel ... ,. "Oseeea. ".t.. '.,1 '._ _

:Jeknstoa O. f. OarreM board contending that unless all vats mend the cancellation 'of all tax cerj j I representatives fact executor and administrators guardian legal for on each Southerly line, and line being, "lftY.wlth tU I ) fet the 1I\ Esist.. ., "l"0' '.'t__. ,

JOHNSTON ft were constructed and cattle dippedall tiflcates against the1' St. Cloud Dei i oer.on. ft Fm.. .. "orDo..auon.--- nartfl.rships tenements- hereditament and anourItenances It Notl.I. -that ' .
: GAUETTATTORNEy.ATLA. over the county that it was' a I relopment Co. upon the payment of | and' Individuals. In connection thereto Toelonglng. '\ ,; r.' of eon08r.,.U",on I .t.- Slth 'd-.yi _
with the ( andprop.rtv of the rioted this Sod day of..June.: D. apply to
persons ;
.W waste of .moneyr Commlssiuuer f|$(fc000fursuchcertificate; and the ,aid principals to execute deeds eon. 151P. .A/ the Honorabl. T. M. Murphy> Judge of:> _ _
Offices 10. 11 and '12 Cltlseas Baak Partin then made a motion that the taxes for 1918 whereupon the board ..yanc.... mortgages and notes to effect Z. BASS, aid Court ... Judge of Probat. f'pd

Building board of county commissioners furnish .,!massed a resolution asking' the Compo | sales and transfer of real ..ndper.onal fD..I.1 M..t.r In Chancery.KRIBBS. of my the final estate,dfecharere of .,..-, _ _

_1 1t1..I....... ru.: inspectors and dip for district]troller: (o authorize such cancellation,.]and Improve property property; to manage.r..... personaland occupy Solicitors. .KERMAN" STEED IB.St. ceased: and that Emi the '.T.tman. .) I tf.r
as follows: All vats six. miles south upon motion of Commissioner Over-i mixed belonging to such personsIn Complaln.n. will present to said Court my final a..
of the Orange county line and for|i street and seconded by Commissioner their behalf to rent. lease use and MASTKB-8 counts ae administratrix to said estate,
dl.po.eoft'>.a.", ... And to do any and .ALI and ..I for their approval _
the Point and Shingle' Partin.
Rough Island J all other acts In connection with these Notice Is hereby given that tinder pa ,April Ird. A. D. ISIS.
Creek vats co 1.sorjrdipplng\ in' Mr. Pat Johnston 'came before the i powers necessary requisite, expedl- and by vl..tu. of a Final Decree. lirthe ALMA. T, MORRISON. _
the county to be discontinued to Jan- board and .asked them to recommend1''''...nt. proper or desirable and supplementary case 0" William :J. Fling vs. Prank 1I-o.a-mo-S.n.o. ., Admlnl.trdrz

G dilfisos.FflREfl F J urary 1st. 1920. Motion seconded by the cancellation of all tax; certificates J and enumerated to Birch powers herein as:are and specified gen.erally -. Vans Agnew, and Arthut B. Doneiran.defendants TO- TAX
pendingIn the 4 Circuit JrOICI .
Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet against his Canoe Creek lands 'upon to exercise. such powers as may Court of the Seventh. Judicial Circuitof DELIJQIE1, _ _
and carried. the payment of the face of said ceri i be Incident convenient tothe purposes the State of' Flo..ld. In and torO.e.oll .
Overstreet then 8 interest and or business of said corporation) I C"unty. . the undersigned .
Commisoloner' tiflcates at per cent j V.At :
and to have, exercise and enjoy all a ;rguIarnieetlg of the City,
SELLS made a motion that Mr. Ordia Bass,I clerk's .cost, whereupon on motion .of the rlllJht,/''w>cnr.ra and prlvllea-ee- will ae Bell Special at public aster In cban.cery for Council -held en the sth''day-of Ma,.."
be instructed to keep on accurate Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet cident. to corporations. organised and cash In hand to the .. outory ,' .A. .D. UU. the< followlnsr resolution

record of all dip fluid delivered to seconded by Commissioner John Par- laws existingunder of the State and of by Florida virtue; 'and of the the at- the front door of the Court House tntroduod. .' -and )inanTmously'' adpted -,. 4

Fire: Life Accident anil. any person ,dipping' cattle anda report I tin. and carried, request wa granted (powers herein given are cuniulatlye In Hate Klsslmmee of Florida. County during of- the-eOsceola legal, "I.t..a. .

; o{ the amount and name of the and 'resolution passed.. and In addition 'to each other and In ,hour of sale, on Monday," the.Tth day 'B' ''It i .. all delinquent

Health! Plate mass, Lia- person receiving' material be made to I Mr. H. H. Hull came before the no way. restrict I ARTICLE or limit t.each other.', 'of July. A. T>. 1515.' the following described It axpayera taxes are on paid city'property within the be next-sixty notified.' t _ _

the board of commissioners at, each board and asked them to make some, 1. The amount of Capital Stock of property, situate In the Coun. days a reduction ten per*

and'Boiler" Insurance. regular .)..(on of said board such repairs on dip vat at. 'A. J. Marsh, this' Corporation shall be Zrd..Thousand ty I.of ota Osceola One <1)State to of Fo..l.>to.wlt cent of the principal \\I::due for ,
bility Into prior-to 1 1T. '
(110,000.00) Dollars years will from
motion was seconded by Commissioner matter referred to Mr.'. Farmer. One Hundred (100) Shares of. Stockat elusive, and tots Six ( > to Twelve tb. accrued penalties.{ ,. ,
Ernest Mach and carried,' Commissioner E.' L. D.' Overstreet the par value of One Hundred (It) both l Inclusive, ,of Frank Vans I. hereby.directed to ao..notifydellnWi

Legal .Bonds ExecutedSame . Commissioner John .Partin made a made A'motion that the cleaning' of (100.00 Dollar each: and such stock > giew's fub.lyl.lo. 'known subdivision as Paradise of quent tazpa".r b,a personal notice.

,, .' motion thatMr/ Farmer be Instructed vats be placed under the supervision subscribing Including" that. subscribed .for by the ne ( .....hlanl Lot One of IltlonTblrt.four and ., '... same' !la. lo'l '

Day Needed. to proceed with the construction of Inspectors in charge they to see paid for lo cash Incorporator.or In currency.may or In (SO .township-- par ;X E.'OILflERT.' f''J. .

-, of the balance of the dip vats immediately that the work is done and bill approved labor property or services. at a Just y-nve JlI: South. Range Twenty- 1-.. -City le1 :
+ t of Tallahassee Merl-
valuation to -be flxed" by.the incorporatm's nine <
;- motion seconded 'by. Comnalssloner by them before It is presented. .
dlan. with the tenements, .
or .by the""Directors at a meet Or ELEVTIOL.ncomplian .
Ernest Mach and carried. for payment, motion seconded by Ernest -. ,?. called ,fIn -such purpose. b..dltam.nt a id appurtenances .OCI I

OFFICE: Stati .Biik, BflIugJ. Mr. Wm., H. Kempfer appeared before ,. Mach and carried. ._ i ARTICLS: .1ati'.I.i C -Dted- 1th. A. D l 1t.. o with, Chapter1 ,,# .
the board and informed them Bill of Dr..R.-Thor Weaver county 1. ThIs( Corporation, ; per. I i Special MILTN PBDER' Laws of Florida.election' lt.. notice Is cn., \,

that: at-tie,. time they advertised forbids demonstration agent for gas for two petually law., 0"*' uitil'dlssolv.d' accordingto KRIBB8.' AKERMAN.. STEED, : rlren.that, Center aa Oeceola will be held Plor a .

r on construction of a bridge months, 'was presented for payment.;. ARTICLH". Solidltors 'for Complaln.nt. .1.1t Ullon. SpecialTax' County. No." : '

across Jane Green Swamp the UnIon Commissioner i John ,.Partin made. .': 1. The business of this Corlloratlo"d '. on Tburaay.. 80hol.II.trle U.\

t'' '. w'4t?THOIP3ON. Cypress Company was'" not-*-iD motion that the bill b. paid motion,;of ajntll'.Directors.otherwise, hr.o be-O.rDr.s: by r. : \ ,WOTICIB, JR\\ aIDa.; shall for t. aa school of determining'whe' trustees of said

S. \-- ?"PPt -j position to'snake a'bid but'that they seconded by Commissioner. ..Ernest jMaelvand .President Vice-President. .a Beors.tary x.t., .r'' Mde psi E.T. M"-th* two'years next- ..

- ,.FonerallwDlrector: would J like j to;make,a price on ,coat Carried, ..mouDt.6 .- and .a Treasurer and Board- ofDirectors I Beads, '__. .f ISie. .. ke wky the .I.cton. fend toflx the number of.f <* i ,i
of construction of such bridge;. the Commissioner A''. 'F.. Baas called com..d-of 'h 1ft threertofive. jised .. lt. -54 Klsrieseseej 8hool-'al to .iev.
> of
? members, and -to be composed -Flee.... Ft . ed and, coUected, ,it.or: two /
.... county, to i pay on. half, of' costs the board's attention to the fact that three members until otherwise fixedby Notice Is -hereby. alve* 'that" a. rears. -! : r ; i '. (i.,
.. which he submitted at' $15 787. the Mr.- G. W.' Ashton' had been workmg J the By-Laws and 'to: be ..ot to a Resolution. adopted., by. Jhe '.The' followtaav aye appointed to' aot'
q ( fUDda' 'Out of'which'' ,,147."amount for:the countyt foz' long time and theUnite'': stated. The Office of the. Klsslmmee on a it ..II eleton'; O H. .funk. Ira'
:) ; a
; of ,the president and Tr.auremay>> fnfh Iar.of A.' D ltl ., l
would be'' paid "notbeing, sufficient, stated that he had been a faithful be held by the same person\ . ' Ih." aald I;Council :Jk City of KIsslmmee Fred Harvey Hllar InspectorsjMm.. ;!
LICNEDM: BALfR( the m.tter wal.! ;' aaaed.'' ;':'' ' I man for the county ''and was 'entitled 'I. The annual meeting of the fctoclc-beheld Vrlll _I.d bids for Done by order of the B'.f Pub..t 0

Mr."Cary' D.; ,to a niH'.1JI' his wages,' and asked j holders. ot this Corporation In shall,.Marchf he r.urcha.'of tT.IO .oo i%. Mnnlcl- lie Instruction In and Count?,
the second Tuesday .
:1:, ciapel/IJ ';" the .,boardW4nd,;made complaint that that the"board raisehim,,.whereupon each on year at which time the :Board pal' Bonds HalU, Klsslmmee It the Clerk's,, office at In alo theCity : day of 01., ,Bta.. .of)nol4 this. .. .1tic. ,*'j
Afto" < Florid.
the 'contractors-011 the road in S. R. Commissioner E.--L.--D. Overstreet of Directors for the ensnlnryear. p. m. Monday June l .-'r 'vG-ASs.' .. '
.- .t. I & B. district Ifo. 3, were ..throwing made a motion that his salary be; shall *e elected. 'Followlnr this ?.t. The Issue consists of 'T Bonds 'of 1 C. JB., YOWL r ,Cha&rman.l .
: ''m- ..... Fla. t' ;Ing. the Board ef Directors shall elect he denomination of ll.OOO.SO each and Sup, : oard of ,
.- 1. trees' across the telegraph-wires' and raised'to $100 per month, 'motion sec-: the 0(5cm-of Mid. .\ ., company. 'for. then one Bond fI.0.00. Interest payable vO 'hb. r.t
the railroad-fence of tb. Florida :coded by Commissioner i Johm Partin .. ..Ulnunf".. 'I -: fee elected. aaml-annnally and mat urine; from date .11.1t. :, A

". East Coast Railway but1 that he had and carried. .I'',at..the annual meeting OMOPU In to the "_1'.' A. of Issue r.peUv.t"z .follows. ? .OC O. EXECVTOft1sC.e.5.4 . \. .

I M. TILLERReaI : an understanding with the contractorthat 1 Notary bond ,of G: F. Kribb with, D. l.tO shall .be qualified, J the bust.ness Ten'1." >Tboad' Dollars* In,.'In Te't-.ElevenTnoieind' Tear J.j. ,, .. .Di.: ..""., ._

he would,.take care of the.altua- S. L. Lupfer and H.W. Boies as sureties -; of the corporation shall be'con.. T. Tboun . :
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: Estate tlon'-; 'r*. -. \! v was examined and ,approved: also ducted.. /by the-. TreasurerJames following f eeraiPresident ,M.- : VOUanI' .In.ThonaanA "' ? -e.. '"

.. AQCHCV.R The board i having" 'leamed'', that sheriff's bill for Iced for -prison.r.4Report IClhn.ton.. , . . '. c. r.
__uujrirk.u. .__.a..__. there 'was 'a ''bill ''before the legtela- of 'Mr. Pebr' F:'Murray: and ,Vlo..r.r..III..t-o. I I"P.', \I T_-.n.... ." .Dollars. la-' .ThirteenThoueand wotiee1s.1... ;:' .

I 'for the abolition the 'County Dr...R. Thor Wearer each presentedand Steed. la FonrteeB hereby' srlven, t.rom' : .
; .:Ally bouckt and ckL tore; " POAJtD OP' DIRECTORS Ten '. ", Dollar', may concern, that on the '
Court 'of Osceola county, 'Florida. ordered filed," '; ; ... ('.1A..ES H. .10HNSTON.. T..r In' September Aj D.. 1512-I will-apply' to
p Houses VcntoCsL ''<' : passed resolution opposing: such The', following! r DOrt.rot"th..- in- 7' ''f---F.---OARRETT.. ThonB ,nd n. Dla) :lt. 'I-Honorable T. .M. MtirphyJadse &

J Taxes paid & d1iIa'vvIsJfor measureand instructed the attorneyfor specte of cattle- diD presented- and '.. ..(-:' W.ARTICLB' S.' EFEED.--... It'," Doiiars "la Sixteen ,of for,said my Court flnal ,discharge as Judge a.of Executrix Probate.* ii
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nonreiidents.Fire. . the board to wire theorepresentatlve ordered filed: Dave Bas ;-'H. .Over-- 1. This Corporation ,shall adopt' a o..e of the estate of Lewis H. Cohoon.deceaeed -,
and senator',of,'.Osceola. county proper ,seal and shall .dopt by-laws Ten ,Thousand. Dlar In. 8.nt. ) and that -at the sameVlime twill
i. 'Life"and Accislemt Uiurance. ;their action. .1 for the government of Its affair not Thousand' Dollars PN..nt'l. final .cou.t a.Ez. '
,11 .
*. l ; 'TIRED WEAK Inconsistent with lt% charter and the .11 .Elcbteel for ,
: . r *" The clerk presented and read In ; : jnVOUS laws of the State of Florida which T tbelr approal. .t" ,.. '
I' 'Indemnity'' Bond open board a letter from -Mr.' G.I I K. j by-laws may be amended altered or ..'To"n4' |' Hundred- Patio t,' un, -2}
' i repealed In':the manner pYorlded In Dollars- : ., ,
Armes informing' them; was 1 said- The Interest and : payablein A' QHON .,
%............. ..<......... necessary to make a slight' change at : ._ bylaws.AlVIlCL. ;7. wold or equivalent the Chase" . I..m

. , Deer .straighten the 'road. w.1< 'll...'Tne highest! amount' of fndebted.mess .National Bank. New 'Yot .Cltyi, j.leeshAncerHned nOTICH OF. KXBCOTOR."'
"- .f Sld-BondB.wlll siot for
I Way :Are Bv Many KUslmmee to which thiscorportion }mefat *)
Mr.' Wm. H: Kempfer having f agreed . 4rerTsalUIsekra
shall' _
'. In Thia Condition' ,' any time subject, Itself t not Uyableo '- :
to make deed to eounty.throuflh cer' exceed the amount* of tte authorised -.e..dfO/ tlOO.OO'' .Ce rt.t Jelgs.-Cs.atl.d
taln'lots, in' Deer, Park ''for tight, of Feel tired out;; irritable." and, 'de,.\capital:| !stOCk TU: U.,000.00.. "the Tr..u..r CUr' .of Klsslmraee.
way'for the sum of S510. whereupon pressed : ', '"$ 'I\ ARTICLE. 5. ' *": ..jnust. accompany.. ) 'o- .Fi' ,
.t.rti. i 'o .
: '. UrIne'iri.gu1ar.1 back 'weak. and ."name* and residences the !. W.
PREHFSHOYSTERS' Commissioner John P.rt made .a eackbriiurht 'Is reserved to Ject. re Dt.'aC. L.
I, .. !subscribing Incorporators ,. together. ire .any Notice i to -. .J
motion that the'bo.rd accept propo.. with the amount of Capital Stock *Addresel : jnay .concernthat on the '
.' These are- mptom. that ] suggest t hubacribed by each, are a. fotiows bids "to the/-City *>"neh1 tt
al! of .:Mr. Kempfer.;: motion. seconded ; July'A. tt.: 1*1' I shall apply te the
-AN D-I { Ernest and kidney. trouble.. .- ;' ." ''I.SUBSCRIB1OD BY BACH INCORPORATOBPER$9rALLj.L of the City of XJ.lmm_ ..Flr4 H000na.4.IT. VL. Murphyoire of sai&Court. I
. Commissioner' Mach, '
r fty carried.. Mr.' Mines also stated in-- When the,kidnsys call for'lielpl.I: I t '. 11., ).ofJF1'.Ub.rt CI" as Judge of Probate for my Anal -
: letter-that: 'the: bridges on' said road Assist' them' ; .with' ,a 'tested kidney. I .'KAWB ADDRESS :OK SHARES.'! -. tS->t -".-_OltyClerk'KlMlnimeeFU.lIOTiaB dlaar.. Lilly Executrix, deo.assdand of the. estateof the>tat C
James M. JahnstonKIsslramee; .
were In bad shape and that the coun remedy.- 4>j i 'j Fla., ,_ ...__ __ ..BlgntOl TO C EPlTOIta,. the same time I rill present my...-
I th..befp ,* -? ,
't. ty..hould-look-aftllrlthem.t -Mr... Ekwan ; they' ne.d. < ,, P Oarrett, Klsslmrae' Fla,,.,..._dne at a000uats'aa. their Executrix o sal'! ..
present ,agreed to look : No'-remedy' more; highly: recom- W 3 Steed .'Elsslmmee.: YLa.On.. tm the'Ceejsity J.dgOeee s.d, ask ten afProvat a .
being mepded than Kidney PIUs./, >.i STATE ,O_ FLORIDA .. :- ,."c..f ..State ,al P2.144*., Dated ,J.bra-lt D U1... .
repairing of such.Abridgesat $ I .
the .
after, .. .
IMO: MARTIN "I ...- }. I, A_ .
: Backed by born.testimony.' I-e < _.
the present tUne; and the attorneyfor I ; ',,county 'or Osneola. Jim p. 14st. if' >mo.- 'J.cts.
:. the.board?was Instructed'to'ta- indorsed: Kisiimmeej' people:' :rO"ALL. WHOM: IT"'MAY CONCER To, alt Credltorev, legatees,. -
\PJaOD.313; pf Mrs>M.-L.' Palmer. 9. Mitchell St.'. Be IT KNOWN that before ate t\tle tee and all Persona baring Clalo. N11 CE. or AQ..J.Y.\I I _1 _ _
yestigate and .see IS' the upkeep ., .
';) I..KUsimmee,.' : "At times when I'!underslsrned Notary Public In and- for or Demands'against said ,
said bridges was not on contractor. says the- State ef Florida, having seal, Too. and .each of you, are hereby J "
-The matter i of detours 'along, he1j'4ad' j have had an attack: of kidney trouble- .,and duly authorised 'under the laws notified and realr. to"p..nt any ,.. c. .c.t*.- I r 3
io attention of adoULache" in the unall.of.nay back of said State to administer- oaths -and d.l.nd. which you.' or l. & :
'the claim .
called '
--A was take acknowledgements, this dar U. theestate r 3
personally yt against *
------ mad. .miserable'and all out of1 maya
-ma,, I . aeurek-. *411- ,
Murray ef .
/ the board and Mr.Peter F. appearedJamee 14.- Johnston of. FredAdamaon. dseeaasd.late'of t.
Lake : iMelons la.'irood sortsv-j-I -bad nervous .,.anL."dl&Q'. '. .la.hereby given,. ta all whemconcern , .
-County COB.diUoa
J being present, agreed to.e., T that O.' P. Garret t-and W. J.-B .fId. to me Osoeela County, to the .
spells too. .'I let artd known be the nord. I au that on the i io.
Citrus spravinir bout com never myself gethi known to me to underalgned Exeeatrls o .I .
the kept bt.good condition .tt. SeUmberVA.. Dl 21* I ...
and were bad shape I Individuals described and who .5. within t the-.4.te .pplJ
always Do.n'JKidney weyearsroot
P.acbcoin 'fine-ahape.; as u. .
pleted. '
to seeld Honorable T. M. itarphjr.
The board proceeded open .eouted the .e4 Char a' to the 1 '
,,then .bJ 'promise-of a-ffood erop. .bids'.received on .cementandbrlck Pills right away ,'and they ter. ror.aotnl'.pro ? : of Said Co..rV as .4..f Probate.t. :.
- LaFayette Conntyj, JTwentr. pore- which follows promptly." rid me of the.: lame''back each'i-hr.r.. : that ?.: executed theereuseottte .tDt..j.j..l.t 'tt my- SnaldisebargeaAdinhidstraor.f.. .. I
were _? and make mW'feel in . ,. 4 r' the .tat'of Sarah 3. A. J 1 Jj
'bred flne
Jersey cattle were brought into .. every way.- I-.t. , : EzeOutfix.MOTICE the -
.----1't'7. ; I and that at same
- the, county lai*:.weekv. "L These 'were -'Coldi'C Oripusi; tutleiwr: .Price ftOc., at --mil' dealers. Pont) ftI ........1IId ....... AfIIcI ...... Or-'xAaTmE's4' : eat to ald Court .y. flaal wil.aat a*; ). .{'." :

.boa in-ijaeksoacounty.,' and.;wsr5 *ra I ... aimpll.aak -r.. kidney remedy get teaM sad ......... ..... I.AX&oo5aaoMoou1lfutJl. ; -;"--- *_- - __ f 4 Administrator..f said estate* u- ." "
.4lria.d.amon seven 'men.-- The.
.tJ'.* .Dt'.selected the cattle for thees ..." ft..e ....e.Jp .......... 0IfIIM. MI!. Palmer'. baAv Fozter.lfflbniin"CoBalw . Iowtiao.. _._._s.r _nt... 10th of January and sale A -entered D-lIIS.en the the 1 .Dsd4pi-I-'lnd.'A.D.-.'Q.WAONE0.n ., -'
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---iIILL1ARD-ROBBRTS. :' 'I 1' I1hOUJ''Uft' : ','> 'rditi,.Jrt l,..-a-e'Hy.on: rd""tr.p: rWn't:'

.- 'beat for There ,, t. only* 'one' Jt..kills, tha ''
years. ; poison--caused
Sour "o'r Wild Mr. and.Mrs. K. Hilllard announce -".bank in'the county,.but it;has Agreed from infected cuts, cures rold : "

r I the. marriage oftheir daugh S.* put'up'any reasonable-amount of'''.fetter; ete;..-Adv.). T -: ;TtT i sorest$ ? '
ter; ,.Irene Laurelle, to Mr. James money !finance., the.''clubboys.'GRADUATING :2 Os seeIaftaateCo?
y June ,
'Orange Roberts 12th. 1919, Thursday at the., residence high nfn.'o Mrs/1(' EXERCISES PROCEEPINGS*OF"THE'-, :' .

. Charles Lartfetie, Jr: .,; Orlando!, ''Fla.. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS '' : ... .

GrovesWaited SEVEN 'CLOCK DINNER. ,j jMI. .OSCEOLA.' HIGH pJeane SCHOOL .(Continued-from, .pap fie? ) *" '. ': -oti'BUSIEST Kissimiuoe'e ;

:r -. .. Bess McGuire' entertained'' at, ,(Contlrtued from ) .I!I intfs Mr.of Alan the board.3.'MacDonough .,.c'olfN.I3R't

a 7 o' loek dtnner'Ieat, Friday even: through: auchdUftcwtIH .in.-preper| present. ; <
the music for commencement ed schedule of some,small changes' "
.0 ing in honor Of her'sister Miss Susie ing '
,.. ,, McGuire now 'a successful milliner. .week: Mr.i Brown'or: his1 splendid ,or- that the clerk had suggested in the .' . r;.. .
'of Atlanta Ga. !'Ichestra, and'who-had contributed construction of 'the vault, and asked SWIITGS. .IS
.. We sin 'in tb.hlarket lor sour or the board .to .. !
,has been teaching home to the success of commence, ; advise the contractor :
Miss Bess .
I what to .
wild oranlte'JrI'Ove" or tracts. If economics at. Zellwood and the six, roent. do. board ''Informed the 'II;

you ...have .anything. of '.this kind course dinner., which the. prepared,1|L' Perhaps1 the' most touching'feature forr contractor' the that if .the changes wa* The Vvclor Swing?,).' a combination; of Tismmock? and twing.-! : ,

' .for sale, write'' was .wonderful exposition of this of the evenln :'wa.-when. Hon. W. J.S ; of vault itwas: the all right construction and-, It. potie*.ei the',advantages ,of bothilind; foe gladly,offer a fine tee

G. art. ars-was called to the rostrum Herpoke asked the clerk to I his of them ..In-Jaddition to' the above we,. alto sell the Woodall Swing.;
't.uC'" a few words to the graduatesthen use Judlfment. ;
Dep Her Messrs; '3. F.
guests .and
: .
4, Fred Houser and J. W, Jones, of a'brief' history of the schools;< Bills on 8. R. A: B. districts were' This it.:made of wood u 'very restful, and combine* ,comfort with
Room ,409, Citizens Bank"BuildingTampa. Winter Garden and Miss E. lloseley. telling of the call .to "Bob" Evans Bank ordered paid as follows: No*. 1,State lasting ;qualities. ' -- -+. -- -. *' ""'
Fl .' ,,then of. Tampa, to come to, Kissim- of Kissimmee. for interest and : :
:i 1 i mea and superintend'the. schools. He,'retirement. of. bonds 17,863,28; A.'C. 4M> .. '",!,. 4H ,4M> & ..
FIRST METHODIST' CHURCH I told of the steady advancement of L. Ry. Co.; for' freight I : on material, BRIGHT CLASHES

t \l:00 m Sunday School,'Mr. ,the Institution till Ahe present day, 9163.97; No.' 2. Peninsular Engineer . '
1.. Overstreet. superintendent.' when Osceola High: school .. stands ing and',Contracting: Co., for refund Dkylo F1ash=h-LJghu are a brilliant' success; that is. they -give! a .,

12:00 a. m., Preaching by the J.I in the ranks of' accredited schools of freight for' work oni i material 484407. also brilliant. light which means the same thing. We sell lots of them'and
Cafe & Restaurant tor. Subject, Sacrificing.; the-state an honor to the communi. completed as 'per estimate '
also batteries- replace those that have become exhausted from use.
: 2:30: p.' m., Junior League, Miss ty; He asked Prof. Evans\: to step filed 'f21.665.63; A; C. L. Ry. Co. .
:,\ Hopsonv manager. 'forward and presented a chest of freight on material." '$161.02Bond; They re'rapidly .becoming indjspensibe.] for they put the light where

(Formerly McCrui.'Cafe), 1 7:80 p. m....Epworth League prayer I beautiful sterling silver. a'' gift from No.Trustees 3, Florida,. for commissions,$313.54., you want it, when. you want it. as, long as yo>. uwant it. \ .4 4
Engineering and Contracting
/ meeting. Miss Hoffman Pres. the citizens of the city.
'surpriseto Co., for work completed a. 00. .* *. *. .e '
Under New' Management .8:30 p. m.. Preaching bythe pas- This came as a complete .
tor', Subject, The Christian's Joy. J Prof. Evans: and his emotions; estimate filed $3,337.42. also fqr lum WILL. YOU TAKE ONE TO THE WOODS? 'h
At Shingle Creek, Sunday\ 4. p. m. rendered'' it ''difficult. for him to respond ber for bridges.$556.80; Bond Trus "" I"
EAT WITH US Wednesday: evening Prayer meeting !, r' tees for commissions. $225,00R.. G. Vacation time is here and many of our, patrons will have a good .

,', :at 8:30.: | The High school orchestra played Reynolds. for surveying:roads $23L.' .time camping and picnic n in the woods beside our pretty lakes. ,
''Ro. F. nODNETT. Pastor.Liberty the stirring march "Long Live Our 40; bill ot F. J.. Lovell for medicine
I for Let us outfit such occasions with the things need such i
you on you
I U.' S. A." and the curtain descended, county paupers; $23.60, and bill
i shutting out this splendid class of of W. H.- Arnold for work '''done on It picnic plates, knives and forks spoons skillets drinking cups:

\M. L RODGERS. PropY. the increased, County popularity: An in evidence the pure-i of l young men and women from the tHe. vault as per statement filed, $1-. guns, ammunition fishing tackle and "sich like" We. handle all l

bred hog in this county Is that arm.i sheltering care of the home school t I 39.The(IQ. clerk also orderedipald:: ., -, these things and it will not be our fault, do not have a good ,-,
>Presented of the
but opening before them whole copy
and a .
ers are retaining more pastures time ., '
Special Act of the -
legislature .
Late'cultivation makes better"eorn., pasture crops this year than before.. of opportunity. ,! '" .5
} Hbnor Credits refund freight-on S. R. +** ** *>* .* **
provided it Is a light cultivation. Use The cotton crop In this county: wll be sit.district 5 .

r j an adjustable weeder for the "work. increased this year. ,honorary The roll credits of the earned graduated by -them arid the for lutions of the No.2.board-of and commiasionfers copy-of reso THERE'S A KICK A COMING.

a 4' I music expression athletics, literary .f tie.Brevard':which county In re dipping: cat- _.Haveayou_tried.Cow-Ease,to, keep flies and other insects off your. ,
: Reread
wens on
r '-f"1' .",,-"r..r-=-- -Y- - "' society',credit library-drill work work'.on--.chool.'minutes of the board. ' cattle;? It is, a perfect remedy for all such troubles. Cow..will give '
. paper domestic, science'i subjects, .,:I I The.: Tax Collector's. <>report showed more 'milk aDd keep in better condition wherever Cow-Ease is used. t.

% but not counted as part of the six $6.28 collected for general license If.your' old mooly cow, reads this'ad and you don't protect her with '

IS I teen units required for graduation.graduation I 1 and County 31.00 depository for poll tax.reports'. showed this spray she will kick you into the middle of next week the next 's ."
One extra credit means
with merit; two with distinction and the following balances in".the''Ario"' time'you try '*'to milk her and it will serve you right too. Better, get i.
with funds June the let 1919: I '
three or more honor. some
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Brfrton Ames, one credit: Amos Fine and Forfeiture Fund.07.M ,
I Akerman tt credit Frank: Bryan, Road and Bridge Fund.1G.7U.8G I

j f C Jf"Phone"1%. credits: Edgar Bryan. 1% credits I The following-bills were examined' Osceola
I Walter Bass 3K credits Edward .
< a ; Bullock,2 credits, ; Richard; Bol :'approved and ordered paid. Hardware Co. ,

lock. 1. credit; Henry Edwards 3V4 A K 'Ba.., commissioner i.._.,| 100
John Par tin, commissioner ... (.00
.; credits; Clifford Lester 2 credits; K] L, D Overstreet. comml.'r. S.GII.rnH ,
t Stratton Story. 1 credit; Henry Sing st Mach L commissioner .. 4.on --- .
eltary' %. credit Bert Wells 4 credits B. Guy Commissioner ._?. 14.00 {
iCr: ; ; Pat. ,Johnston,
"" I ; Sarah Clark 2%! credits Blanche J L,'------clerk .I .__ It tO.M'.1111 1 \
tl0 Davis, 1%. credits Carolyn Fripp T W'Crawford county Judge __ IJ.OO ... ............ ...... OO oooooooouu II
&tt credits Norma Griffin. 8% credits W pro. atty.____ 11.13 i
Dr R T Weaver dem. a.t ,.. lOfl.oo
Irene Reed H4 credits} Mary L H Ingram care-of Jail_____? ll.CO I. \l .
Singeltarv. Itt credits. Mary Tiller J> E3 Has Janitor-------------- 10.00 rF\
'3tt credits Frances Tress, 1 credit. A M L Chauncey. malnt ___. 10.00 /
: >J B Owens, malnt .... 10.00
i Mr. .J'1II fUenaon. malnt ....... 10.00 '
] EFFECTIVE PROGRAM GIVEN (Mrs L, Mahles. malnt ____ __ S.OO
1:11fl1: Mr. A Immonn.. malnt ?_.*._.* S.OO, R. FLOYD
BY EXPRESSION 'DEPARTMENT Mrs M Bronson. malnt ._ _. ..00 ,
i y
I '.. '. .1' Samuel tnontsdoca, malnt s_. ..0fl I. .

The recital given by the depart C Amelia Q Smith Evans malnt, malnt_*__,'-__._....____.. g.OO S.OO I ,

ment of Expression of the Osceola Mrs If 8mtth malnt ....___. *.Ofl
High school at the auditorium on''Julia Jernliran. malnt .....__. 6.00
Thursday night of last week came asa Mrs Jlijcjr Padgrett. malnt ...__. ..00
\ I Jane Clements, malnt _?__ .. 8.00 1r
surprise to parents and to patronsof Mrs R A Wilson, malnt ..-r._ J.OO .
that important feature of schoolwork Mrs Janle'Johns. malnt ??___?,. 11.00 -
; ,who were delighted at the' R O.' Llvlntrston, malnt _.__.. '.041 Groceries andfresh :
FrankEv.ruo.. malnt .__i....... LAO .
tainments of the young people takIng H Tints, malnt _
"S'th 8 People I May Knot . part T R M: McCl<- mlent100'.00
, --- The program was a v.rled'one., H VOII'I..ri main _-_.._.__J_. 6 OO .
ve.ter. malnt ..._ (.00
!i'I ., covering a' wide field- impersonaj .A *
Mary Kiner. malnt __ ,.._... (.00
tions and the entertainers reflected)Della Colllnffton malnt- '_____. 400 F. Meats
." The Valley Gazette's 'desire Is'to' great credit not only upon them.;i B ;J O'CJulnn, bat on painting.. ITS.Ofl ,*

print all the news all the time, but selves but upon their teacher. ,Mi'sj L Dr H Tlerbyshlre.Innram, Insanity Insanity 11.OS..GCI . -
t' J unless Items are sent in by phone, Helen Bass, under whose direction'this D1J M J Hicks# ,' Insanity case.. S.OO '
oS card or letter, we cannot JaOp8 to get .' array of talent was developed. J A Cadel. Insanity ca...__... 1.00 ,
4. .: Those who in the. \T M Murphy. Insanity cue... S.OO '
It alL If : participated
,', i yon know of any" item of .profcraas T. H Inuram. Insanity caseS.XS. ,; .. .. .' .
The Gazette will be 1' were Misses Theta Phay, Leah .. %'I''.. >
n news Valley very : : Dr Derby hlre. /Insanity ca..., ../111 ; '.
.; :: :: glad to print it.r'" a I ,''J/ & <' Herzberg, ''Cornelia Lancaster Car Dr M j Hicks. .Insanity case.. S.OO '" "
,r, roll Mtkln.on.-Emlly, Sanderson;:Eleanor J 8 Cadel. Insanity ea......._.' 'Phon: e'iZ6 302 f.
.. l, Club,. t Society, ;'Lodge' Church or. V' S Overstreet Jeannette Pn vatt, T M Murphy, commF..lon....... 1.00 ,: , .Broadway
W J . ,
e ' Barber. S1S.S1 I"i' ,1- ;, :1: _
School k " i; w. '
notest people going awsy"or-- 43 Alpha Westfal Jo- Makinson Dorothy C I. Itwndy: commissions..___. 11.31 '/ ': '\, ""V.- ''' .l '
coming back; marriages, deaths" or Makinson. 'Geneva ,Roberson,; H '. W B brew Co.. red book > '.Ia : !
birth.*' items >concerning visitors, Messrs. Harold Wilson' Alfred ,Wilson M Ksts' blankets for paupers S.OO . '
J W : ,
r & C Ore Co supplies to P f l.SS ,
r ..building operations, 'real estate deals' 1 :J. J. McCranie, Christie Summers }'Osceola Hdw Co. repairs Jail.. t 1'11( .
neirhborsmovinr in or going out and i and Murray Overstreet. W C Oro Co supplies
r V .
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'In tact smything that will make Th.:' Miss Bass. pnpils,W. H 'Arnold.\a.bor' vault..* lltS.onValley a 5- yW,
Gasette. leral. ..71S x .
,'M'' Valley Gazette- -more Its: \. of the Music depa'jmliiltunder' ; Miss Valley 'Gazette.! blanks ...-..-.' J0 fto .
S ..;' ... ,' > Beats, director and' Miss Waterman ;Light and Water Plant '-.._.. .1K.OS C.j A..i I CARSON.President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. i'E
.: r>r RtThor Wearer S .S.O" -.J .. .
Park rendered vocalcar gas mo. .....;I, ,
d of
Winter: who w
The Valley Gaiettes motto far So KI. Tel Co. rent S months;, IS.Oft
./ 'the PeopleMay, that ,, po 1 n,;" \ ., pils'instrumental were 'Misses number; Mattle These Stanford pu, :K R J D"LlbbT haven, \" paupersSS.'SO____..__'" *'x$0.00, : T1J.E,ATERS 1&C R .CO 4
V, cl end we ask you ,'j., ,r,.. ,'" W U ,Tel t70. m..a.Ir..Io. 1.lf: [ QNGROCRYp' .
J.. .... t4- 11--- '-rr '7'" '-. .....--. .., "" ,.., Coynelia.Lancaster, ,EmilySander- I B .Lupt.-.Ir.
lon Ethyl Robenon/FhelmarSutton.f :L .Hf:: Jnll'ra.m.. 'SHs"sfti, .
'H us boost Kissimrnne" 't: end Adah 'C. Wagner.. The' schoolorchestra :r 'M' ){urphy. .' .1 i .Wholesale.and I .RetJ,1, eaters ini. ,
t .
'. : :: : and the Boys',Glee club ad- ,W'B'Cra..tord, oonv. fe....__'- 10.00 : ;< F ' : '
General Revenue : .
Fund.- 1'.1
1 .f' '' ,., "t., ded to the pleasure of "'the. audience Lund for warrant- No 104. _.< \
'I' \. I ..... ,. ",. '. ..;. ...... '' \1. i '. RFarmer, supt road > 'ZGROCE OI'E' "S"t r
.t" JI'vI.- by: rendering several numbers. i ; work 1BO.OO I
Ji .
.' ft.. .1.1 < I ...ill' withMiss R Parm.r-'mul. hlrei'..i-j-I'' l..0,- : )
.5 tP; "I : ; I. ,pa'HI .. ,1k't14Y, 'A.I:k" ..jP4(.'..r '. .1'" ,A most effective: :tableaux,, i'' ) r-toA.i52"'w"-uJ'V: u<>r grad 11.00 :i. (
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S. r -.. ,.. :; + central .
o \ '!t' 'tj. 'A' ,1." Ir' II. r;;; \. t. '.' ;Lois Overetr eet. -the :Dan "rown. Iruard' *.. 11.00 ,

S ,. a.. ... ":a-' .' 'r., '' r''J.. -, ., '_""". /, .....,:..',,....' :. "o ilr! .'I'.!stJS; ;r"Jr' '\ figure' ; concluded the* program.;; '' ,', :'P Howell G"Croma.rtl."Bnssroad. road work work.1 ail ir \ 'SO.OO'."0 t m .) reaik':, +

', 1' ". ,,, ''a 11 i '4 .,,: : .. '. ,.''I"t.H'Gh :.J4.Halen"BaII.h., .just eonalnded Jack 8paldlnlif.'',r.p.eo, ..'ot :'.tI. '
-> 1 \7..' '''i':1.: ,' r ,j c" ,...._, ,.a ,,; 4n''' ,r .. PN t'y; ". heifflTst term '..'' teacher:'of .expression :City. -Klsslmmae, Pro-ra" ., 'x,0 40,0040 f 04'0'r'l'0004'4504'00'1 ..0400
: ';' "f' t'fri" ). , !, ,, 1II ,,,. in, the 'KJsslmmee' schools orroad tax .tor tu_,_:_,. 4150.1City'y / .. 4,
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7rr/7r ," ..t .. ;; ,> .f> ,., ot 8t."+Cloud' ... ... 4 r . : 4$4, -.t-t. .
"" : ; q (i' ':" I i.t: f 't' )" " and the high' 'jCJass'entertainment : I s .I"; (.JU. 't, r ++ po *v -r v 1. .1
I, f'' -\.t\ : ehlrr' ', ,''Y Y1'l.; ,.. gif Phlnlp .
4Y.r t rfi '""' ' yj y'.W. J. Pros .supplies to R O. r'.00 *' WE SELIi'<\ ""' '** .
.. which 'was, given Thursday.night was WC Ore Oo.: feed,, to RD. II." .... | cariWB Btnr .
.,1', '+ , J .. gratifying ,to! air. concerned. .%t' < ;Oa W,A Hdw.> C oo.aupplii.d to to'R R, oil'G151.11',: 1S.IO 0' ' .. "\ tt '.f"" .. 0 .. ...,; .r* i .M a

1 ,.","""' ..:,' Wi', ...." ..."..,. ". .. ., \, ,,' '. , .",'<. .1I 1\.., . "" ".,..... . .. . ;>.. ,GH R 0..1.Floyd.Hdw.Crawfondx.Co.' supplies'aupplIe.'to. rent,to;etc.C R ft Q---'0...*..., 11.00 1S.8 45.OO t. 'Ax'r. f''''"-. ' '' ,I.*.o. '.:' WA t Liq,,.... .''r.iIe't:.. ,::. 4f( .; .1.

'j" .. MillerJaokkon.> . OralnCo, feed S01.OOOa. *.*}. GRAIN. oft"; rON .*: .> """"FUIIS 7' '.f"" ,'
: : MotorCo, rep. to coj truck $0.5 ; 5 ..: : ?
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4 :
'J. ; I.' .. ....... ,. .. ;Jim Smith making truck''body r +I., ' S 4 a &I i.' I' '
:-,'.. ; ,. "'\ ,':..1'o" ACL, Ry 4 freight' on ,te.d__: 103.S7C FEBTlLi2ERS' , 7- > : ",, ,I + .r, '
:. :- ; //1'' .. GSTln.r/ antbl.upplles, to RO' .,.SI 0, ' /;" "; :+ !"..... WOOL N,
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't' : .. It' .. Os. Hdw. Cor sup. to R : 'r--\\ .. '""
. "'." ' I { .., Wood\ . >r..",istafcesand'plUnv,, ''-5.00 *'. .SHINGLES\rf' o ; ro ., -, ', \i;; ;
.' ., ,.. ,. .: : t.atnhire'-..,....... '>116.00 .
........ ', ,' ' ..t"'' L' ',"'.1..",' .'.' ..' H O .Par tin,, work; ,nn y.iu..ia: coon 0" '4 r 4 .. .. AND. I 1 I '
'! T' ; '''' ' . ... 4,
.. ... Barner Johnsonwerjfen vats v'rj, .0ftOtis C .
,- 'OJUNGE'BmtES.r.
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'.. r. .. .: ", .Sellers[ on v 17,60Powell ,
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Guy,' .work I7.0
lj. on vats-j-i .
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. .}!'P:' .' t :: !' : -' 'r; Clayton;Johns. work> on vats ....0 .. ,n* 4, ALL : '4. I
c. r . '- I. . H Simmons, 'work on)'vats..?, 17.KO ORANGE WJlAPS' > ?{i.> .

3 tt.i 'fi ": ,.c a'in' .-r ; 'tr ) v't-.tV(, ... Owen Ramp.Lanler B...... work wClJ'k'.onIa.t.on vats.: ..._... Irt.SO 10.19 4 :- '" :r4. 10tt: .' :::

rt : . t.. '. where ls 'YoU"f' Bank: Account. 1 /, t"r." r. Joe;n i':',,Wright Wbldden.. work work'on on i coats-.r vats: ... ,16.00Jim ,10.00 ** 'VEGETABLE' .CRATES' ." "' *' ,4.,. '".'' COUNTRY' '. \ t.1' ."j . ..

. Bailey work': on vatswVes.aft V 4t' yrr' I1
? .... : .... ,. ,, . Joe Bass __. Ml ,. ..; ... :' .
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,: : .. .'. ., ,: ..".- .- '.. "t(, ; "Pl'li1t.t'; J. ,. /",; V Ordla Bass>work work onrats-on vatsJ 10.00 0'' oCRATE"AJLS. ; .*. -"f '.-:'
.. 'J. .. ..r '.. : i.' O ftPAcree. clean.* flll. '"" : J" .PROJUq:_, ,
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vats. ,,1S.OO .
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< \ . < ... f" : '! 1. a.8.Aer.., cl.In'a'au. vat21,00 - ', .J'r .w. I'I' ..
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'. 80. Garage Ca baullnlr' LJI.w. St.60S8A.AO Or0,000004400A4.4,; '. ;
fi': :WE..j-tG. you.with. .all.the sincerity...\cam..eabaell JD'out power''.I.'I, "Y E ,vlscarry { Lie.lPav'Co.. rent on-,n'la.eb.n. >.. *' _, :O'04.0'4'04440rr0'4' 4 0We .
," . .t'tY ord.r Ala Par, Co "180.OO .
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r \; r that'it .is :toyopr'; :,personal'. individual',!interest'_ toy your.account ,''ft:.. 1 I. E R'',R V' &.LAnler.'i.., repair Inspeetor.ti,1,00''to vat.. .....:' 1"1 ,: sell J Field ai 'GardenSeed: ; sir".Q'kinds, ?
'' : C O jB.... Inspector.....,. 85.00 W. gin apeaal'acteatioa ,
)( ,;* at the Ci'e Bank,', While.many have bitterly,reerettedpot'haringA,1'Y: ) :. '.: Atevo' Williams 1 Inspector .... f...8 :G. tilting out huehng and'itiahpiot. P&rt3 ei 1.} r1
.. Charles Don.. _., -...0 1 Freedelirel"lD citylimita .
Inspeetoiv ; ,
i -; '. '' . .. ant : 'PhoDe"No.12: <1:1-: .
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,f ,'clone',$o. ::.The j.II :qil:hero bstantly* .t'.t'ur dk; &ndestabhshingS :.'. '' '; Fr.d M Lybass.A B.....eleanv'. )Inspector* flll___vatslo.lo..,' SI.OO \We'ran'': ItTICD.b'! : . fOf"aood" 'fertilizen.:: 'Askus. for'ejrcular' and' '
''A :o.-- ' ' "' :'+' '- H-L''Over.tre.t.lh.p.cter _.., .. '', :
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*' \/ i Priwifertitiie: -III' .
"" ; 'rc.; ? 7jv' ' ,, ... .00: ... __ . \\P.'I' .. 4
' H H Hull Inspsctorr" : .' 11. !: # . }. ." .P.'.\It. .
: foryour: credit wljen.rtuneedit. Why. Pot,opea tour atccodnt: here ,., :.',: ,W P> TIson. -..:;..-.,! M-00 .r' ,
U 4 ; Waltsr..Bronsoalnspptor.y: :, **,1 T "
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'V ,01 today.?' .t ) \ .4 )i: } .. 't',I. David 'Bass.. 'Inspector *_._ *n.'s..Uh. 1>1 ttlOOW worth of Time Cer.tln&ates .' a tt dtfly"j 4r : tXlf
x'g IO xMl.J 'f' ()&. Hd...- Coesmeat.forrvate.r171S.1I OB .tck< Eradication.: 'And cUoIna es r
tr ,e . ,Ih, ; l.. ; ..'I:4". ; '.' .' L, R. Parm.rtOl'J'0a4.,Kand.r( ,; 11.10 were issued to the Bank' of ''Balnt' ..;.... tNabW 1s....wItIa..Warta.. .. As....a .:.
4 .,A 1t k It . .1, p- ,.'.).. v.I' ,11>.' f, : ; .J. gtate.Bank...''for Pa.TroJl.1'.71 Cloud.-dated'-May. tile Utb"IUf', also Ie.w.hlcb- j... _. ....... .
.' '" two warrants MIl au "
: : ". Ordla Ba. ta-en.ral Inspector1TI.OA' aa-alnst saM fund madeof l '
:1".t, : ; ; RoeelafHard PubIMlt"vFa.... ..; to.-Pat .Jobn.ton" ill the sum lwtwe.r T.A81D.Ess cllUlT01QC__namtt ,

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.' OP' KISSIMMEBn.l <1' "r".rittb' Road and;\Bridge _.._ .... 'PUssi c..ria .
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