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 27, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00913
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Not' long *go< K1.ilmmee'.was %, n : Enclosed
'- ? { :: herewith ,U lined with truck (enough of i thorn
: Wally .honored' when ab. 'was recommended ter' wae'trway'ded' a ,personal':letter received from Lt, transport the entire division) 'and }'

,; 'byth.>WarDepartment for...letter tiv.- ''Rear..ettb to C. B. McCaughen, which wa* quite interesting each unit has, its Instruction and,. la '4
on. of the,two official Air Terminal jL' to, because of tn .information readY' move forward at. a moment
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t, In Florida, in recognition' of the 'fact age/ of the Kls. .
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the, contained. You may use Fit notice ,and every man I I. eager to b.
hast might bring .
: that 'theandlnpr .tatlon which either deeper into, Ger1many -'
for to.Yours
Its' publication if you care on thejnove. .
been In use visiting-airships! ..inee'Carlnrom proper persons truly, or'toward: horn.' jThere <
".and Don ,field were1 eiFvtabllshed ture that recommends .
,*' 'Co A, CARSON. is no denying'that'Germany ,
is in -the t01'1lof, '
at Arcadia; ,was one of the an
I if a wonderful country and ber'nat- i
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'- beat in the-SOllthoJ', 1 1600700 feet and Headquarter First Division, A. 'P.; ural resourCes have been cultivatedto
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took'' bOO feet. Aship :
kf: Early ,in'the game the city a t wind this 0..,, No. 729. Amer. E. F.I the vet'1 greatest .extent. One v
[17' pride, in preparing a.; and. shape Montabaurv Germany would ..y....believe after riding over
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I-i, landing sits that ,vf>uld adequately,.a long run in the May 11, ,1919.! part.of-Germany and, seeing the orderliness

',:.,accommodate the fljrer. who .00n.ac.1 blowing. .the from'any field, la ) Hen. C* A. ,Carson Care State .Bank:. with which their agricul-.
I d quired the habit'. of t' ( )white sand main and w- Clsiiramee, Fla. , tur.l work I. going on that this country .,
1 d week-end 'here. t ' ., cross My Dear Ms.,C.non- had ever been at war for surely
With this, in view the 'tract east sand outlines Vine ,YoUr Very: welcome Utter of.Aprflith if her}industries were more exten-

,, of: the ,,city and adjoining'the' limit sblewithoUthegfiyere' atL : I reached .me1 her !after: f: being doe before the' war' than thev.* arenow .
there was secured and the field laid 4 buffeted I around*Europe: :f.J Several l h. system was wonderful.X .-
:off and kept in hape. manent should.the ; weeks,\ but! its delay .made .it ,no,)less ':;hate"mad '.'Yer.I"trip.' alono
;' Later it became known that the appointment, welcome.relative the Rhine'andMosel river*,and. hc
'.k Vfar Department had would'bs i supplied' by* : a1a..w.l'Jllatloa.F we..nalve.Ser.. Ut.'4cafary..1*...wonderful-."< .,make* ti .
this place' for -recommended// At(present/the aty to-what""i."going"-on-afc-the o..bethat.y.ry- .tree.and.rock
K tlon and'the'cltlsens h... ]to. guard 1 the planes '\ : > ".. ic'must
Peaca Conference.JnJ= aria. tI., the Hive been numbered and an ->
'.1y,began to qualify for the honor,of parked'In the field ,IL same fhat you' receive, la th* dally,.DedaLfceeper appointed "for'-*acn.,
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being thefint city In Florida'to ly.appreciated'by. the+ ,press, bat " which,
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ceive! the appointment of an otftd.1j F Oneesturr, ; Germa..1MOPi. hssirproven te.Fthoseof.u..who.ar.atationedher..In.C.r. 'Are thlflpaif.af MjnnhyO'hJ H 'are
field.} :.<. *-,/ V/M favor jis the Id.al'loe ..,looked.afterJ x.the Wstorlealf9oct- ,

The Kissimmee board of trade took they hard surfacejrosd i' r many,, that, ..'*' whole they, are not ty of Germany which .employs" o-r:
,steps Immediately to' bitnR.the QuaU-1] blocks.Iand&baut'oij vervwell pleased with the terms,and ,sand ,of amen for 'thIs''work and ax.*...
>ilcationof they.landlnA"' field here ,to ;I tracks l '. I If, they Ihettght: .they'had'a chance: pends, an' unlimited :amount t of' raonY -'
postofneeandtW: ..
,th.-notce"fJb"! proper'official.* and I {* 'i
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'sent a strong committee from that J I i I. easily possible to.. J 1 not' think that they would hesitate.. to I The r edraLdire' k.pttn'"WOn4.:
'. organization oo-CarUtrom< field .Iq ,should it bcome/df .. 'I take up arms 'again I am firmly],ful condition and''Ye1"P 'on*' has their J
cemP8Pl"1witb.'atcommit: .*fronf (be i ifThomas W hTbm 4Y4-beeen I ... ... convinced that'If tbe'Kaiser Were allowed bit'to do in keeping them i>np. .''Each
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"clty,<" Q cIlJtql c ct.l"' o1. ; $ to return to germanvand! take,Stat: Is divided,into'.,serles-of -dl-//
,Duncan as to what steps cided'upod"is"'. a/' F iF' :... u-p' bile old seat the*majority of"hlil trlcts and a'forestesppoInted who* '
.should be taken. | field ofr the -..J old' subjects would flock, to him ,anddo' duti It is to tak cafe"of, and look
t CoL Duncpnsvisit.diKlsslmmiq'nq"- mu ;the w.lcom..... sttt L r.'jk ; .his: bidding"just as willingly: I out for the'wooded land ''This"for.
long ago and-inspected,4he field and aver the wire Wedn : tta.,.. did in the beginning of the'_t"o'. eater mark the' trees to be f.IW..eI]
Unqualified" 'Satisfaction, a.werHhtlalletter : ,'.AO s' e.nlj $ : U..s.
expressed ,' flowerer'-If the German do 'not has all brusK eut; 'dried' and ,
,'. with it. H.. stated that he would B Crawford. chairman sign 'and'If ,uncl.'8anl' give 'the, ; And,applications>> for: wood.. must,' be,
y communicate with the' deoartment. mittee appointed by'tly : Cp' ::?y? A* Simpson 'Passes'Away'' der 'w. 'wl l'be more than *lad 0..1 msde' to, this forester' Th*,'people..
.' recommending it a* the best landing to look after the push 'our way: further'Into"Germany! par 'hln* for it; 'either with moneywhich .'
field, outside .otJ1'government Geld/ 'no stoneVuBtorned fiat and teach the boche' a lesson such 'a* tensed to keep npthe; road.

anywhere in the state. permanent... .. .' veteran. church' since Its earliest" organization. they have. never[ dreamed 'of,"isither'
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) Pat Johnston-ndi 'J ('A'! Simpson a (Ce.hased... Pap FL
,' C"W.B.A. Carson Crawford were mad. a committee I,, .(Continued. on Civil War,.and a staunch and:here and to the time of his death was ,with'aoml or by:blockade. J", _ _' . ..._ .. .----- p 'r
- - - - - acts in its work: 'As his .
,, engaged .

i pioneer fh. I tall: citizen' of his of maker Kissimmee Mon-, pasto-'His !i counsel., aid in was speaking,wisdom of; his his heart lifer [lVESTO'CK."ES'SENTIAL TO \
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IA WHOLE } j $nd.'passedto: the great beyond. was ''1 ova and his precept was'cerv .
i1. it had been known for sew, ice." J .
DIRSCANNED days that hi* condition wa I t was a member of the MasonicLodge
.. his death came a* a shock| and that order escorted the
[ : community where he had play I remains to the Clrl.tlaD.ehurch\ STRONG FARMS IN THE SOUTH '
: UNDER 1 -p.rtao well in business and' Tuesday afternoon for, the ',funeral .

circle for more than a third service which was conducted by Rev, ,, ,. ... .
'I .:-, "'. 1 : century. : '> ,. tw.1I. Coleman and Rev A<',M.Chis- !! 'f I'ti l'' '- "
"" 4-- .1L Ulmpsoa'wa j born in Ken. of Orlando a former pastor ""I wince/ h*\' United' 'Sta e.' entered'in fencing an area to be,graxedv The
The home extendonrwork of Osce- neArl, eighty year ago, end of and close' friend of ''the deceased. ,."Great.Wr the southern farmer 'next step is to install fir* guard and
,"; ola county took' a step forward last ? 1 time more than thirty years I Beautiful,, 'flowers banked the pulpit have bad placed before them'a* never atop the constant burning which. now,
:' week when the county agent MissAlbina ayJl.qltofFI | spent in Kissimmee. Here his and covered' the casket; a' chorus before the obligation of raising their prevails in many: -southern MctroDLB
\.. Smith superintended and assisted TOUR OF died twenty-one years ago and cholv .sang old familiar hymn and supplies 01.1 feed ,and 'food" said j ,_. placing";cattle ,sheep and,.goatsin '
tOwn
in canning a' beef at the Roll .. -t' I -:six': '..children,. only. one son Miss?, oes.Carson sang "Lead Thou'G'M. Rommel. Chief, of th*, Animal such inclosures and graslng' carefully '
; 'Overstreet horn .at the 'Point. I I,,:The 'mayor .4>>f b ;J. W. Simpson, survives, Other Me"On.", The fellow worker and Hu.bandryDiviMou of :the .- United ; without overstocking ,. grasses:
This sound liko a' big fob. and no cilmen and' other relative* ,are Mr*. .B. B. .Simp- friend. who filled the' auditorium-" State Department Agriculture; beid such. asa carpet'grass and Bermuda
"doubt it was. Last week' a yearling''men. In all a party of and' three children Mis Adah li.tened'to the well earned encontams -.4dre.'at recent meeting of the and legumes such'a* lesp.desa'will{
'.: worth $25 i*;now. a collection.,, of ed to Klssimme Bryan and Arthur L of Kis- ,pronounced>> by hispastor>> who looked 1 directors/i the"'Southern Settlement' spread. and the rang will improve.
'ro'I4w.*, steak and soups, all the hard surfaced b't. and another,, granddaughter, back over his life of service. 'Then (and .Development Organization held, Th. question of winter feed i* almostif
-,.k. .e.We In dan and ready to serve. at tion and the street ,, Geneva Duncan,, of Tavares.. , the long procession followed the bodyto i in Baltimore.. MTh war has 'given I not.quite as ,important as that of
a' mln te'* notice, and valued,when 'asked, especially ,to f the early years' of Captain It* resting place in Rose Hill cem tremendous', impetus to the 'program pasture development: By compellinganimals
estimated at market, price] at ,least of wood-tex brick '. residence-here h* was con etery. for the ,development of ,balanced'; 'togo through the, abort
",. ;49.. I Broadway to test, th*. o nth' railroad between Kii- As an'evidence. of the. respect In farming in the .South and 'we need southern, winter with only such feed ,
Jill arrangement, had been madeto ties. .' and Narcoosse. later he was which Captain ,Simpson wa held the not'feal' that the Increased 'pro.perl a*' they :can pickup on the pastures' ,
butcher the animal...on, Tuesdaybut Within the next with the postof fice and re entire business \Iotof the cihy Sty which 1* coming to the southern' now available a great deal of geM,
Mr. Overstreet,was taken ill and burg will invest' $150 from ,the position of poet mast closed its doors Tuesday between the farmers on, account, of the adoption\t mad during the summer. .1*' oat. 'N
the neighbor who wa engaged !Ito caving, and the d.lega few earl.ajto. hour -.of four and five, ,that every. of:such policies will not in,th maJority Cows become, thin and ,weak "-and' "
-.. help in this part>> of the i I.work failed, lug at concrete was a member of the. Christian citizen 'might. honor, the dead. of cases be permanent. ,The heavy losses at calving time ....,com.\\)
Overstreet and her paving. -------- . -Most'-of this loss be -
to 'appear.Mrs. ,, . ;, -' I South will pass intimertrmanentlyroan mon. e.n. prennted'
; Ola'-Campbell .mountedtbeir'borne I I 'They visited New SANFORD ( a : and drove.t the 'yearling,Land ,and ,Daytona WINS FROM : of safe and' balanced farming..- In insurance Jo.t"1 U' nraetlced now
", up: and' Mr. .Overstreet,shot It.<. ,Th. wUl.Jn.ke'a .toudo- ,' such' a.-system livestock'feeding-per on-,the best ranches in ,the West...Th*' ,
ladies then to, ) it -- ., SCORE7OF 0 function.". J ,hay and ails and the '.
proceeded o prepare. turn home, : :BY A ,-4., TO forms a tnoet'important production q'e
for canning. .jh I I I. ,In" the i party;;''wa* ': : .. .Assuming<,that"as time" goes ''on, use of cottonseed meal will commend '' ;
: On Wednesday; Mhrr'Albina'SQilth. ,.man. II.,0. Bowden,.;,, .-.: ., .; v :..,.. .,;. such" problems '..', drainage. roads, themselves .to ,the,, prudent ranchman F I,
f accompanied: Miss Emma Yowell.:membered: .her*.'and ,, ..'-. ,fast'{,Niue'came home. to. ,Sanford ,to witness the and school are given. proper atten .' 8agr..*..U Cattle. Sheep aad'GoaUV );
motored: out,to the Overstreet, horn* 'councilman:-ed ,; -'Sanford -yesterday' "tickled to game,, and root for the' local*. Kis tlon. Mr. Rommel 'suggested' the'establtshment Mr.;. Rommell' suggested,,'that f livestock \
'ahd'the work 'ef canning'waa* begun.}1.- .. ; "_.with .,the victory 'over' San- simmee..boys were delighted: with .the of a l livestock Industry In ranching'! in the< Coastal Plain
The,meat vwacooked ,a**4or,. the'COUNCILMAN; FORz .' mbked...team3".,anf' "brought treatment of the ltepford.bunch and tb. ''Coastal Plain of the1 Southeastern should follow stwolinescattleiiMsr': 1
table,.jnost,of It,In the steam process 'the bacon"..to the tun. of\4 laid it was ''po..ib17.'the ,best:.game State 'depend 'on' the log and sheep 'and !) \
cooker. It 'was then packed in jar ,FRIENDS of a*.'_ tion'of the cattle-fever-tick," .ndlea"l: "Tb ;foundation at cattl.breding-
which were fill.dwith,, the, IkfneoV-I': b !rfl h.' gam.leas called,the'Fop- A return.b* played with Sanford trol .of.fir*,'and development In< the Coastal Plain,'*h. said"should,
,".then-proceeeed I.Lhe< ooker.i I :.Tk* CofBcumah'fGe : J rteami.nnmberedt' six*of i San.. ,next .Thursday,' and on' Friday, ures,, 'tb*'' securing' of .n' adequate b.naflve! f eteek. commonly. now -.*
bones were cracked 'anC 1 boiled. Th : Plant\City winter feed 'th.* applying the pineywoodcattleh While.tase'
i i: '' has Just; returnedJc. .!and ''three .regttlar.league! July 4th, Kissy will play Kupply'of I .
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strained iddech .'to +tbe'o >th livestock cattle small '.nd .(' little lvah.F
and
finance
liquor ,Temu, where-II.> an< .....Nptwltbgtahdipg ,,Jhi__op on their diamond. .' .0 of loan necessary-to are '
scraps which ''w_. ..lIecI ...''be spending 'w Kissimmee, spoke for the ,The; Kissy.lln. *"'ap"for"*J'.itercSa1'follow.s business and the 'Improvement'et In'thimseltei"a1' b.ef'attl.-"they,
"t'cannad'fol".ollp stock. "A this was'quit- a colony of right from the startVand >transportationand. } ;::market,':facilities furnishabont"u'good;foundation Nt! ;, :Ion
.! seasoned a* used on the table it will''I follow his example d.1.twic* before being sent''Into ,P. Tiller., m i ,. .- "" which to breed up .*,the common' ; .,
': be readyjor immediate use when opt slmm'for the winter :; : field, in thYrftt*' innfig. p>In the .C_H. Prather., \ Mast KID !. &'TiCIt:, cattl of the*West in the earlraaeh-, ,
ened.. ly invest h.....'; .: : .syllbmped home with, an- ,,,1, BHclA't't; "While .the probl.M' of -tick'' eradication !inl'.cta'.Of'40'.nol.CO' They ar* ..
Most of the meat wa sealedln two 1 These people.hav*' '_ count and! agaln4; hi* the ninth. & B BButtorff., .may be regarded for.the,bulk thoroughly acclimated i and the .cows
.... pound can and:,made.. a, fin* "collection -' where they desire.'.to. pitched ?for the locals" and 3. .B.-Lesley. .' .f,the::Costal Plain sectloncaa.practicallyv -,a.l. rule make good mothers. Bredto :rKJSSIMMEE ., .'
., when done. 'The Overstreet winter climate and at h this was 'his 'first ,appearance ,8. Sw....B., Bullock an V Accomplished: i fact w* ,can ]I rood beef bull with,:*ystematie, 'Y (
familymay..pow:, '. n joy.-tbe"bestfO where they$!can" I year"on' the'mound .he gave,'a L.I KS..\ Prather. 7>.>| t not: allow public Interest .In the matter ,method., uniformity. can:'soon'beac.
(, ,fresh beef at any time thyT desirV.it? in paying propositions. account of himself and kept,.a R. F Johnson Duke.Wm .. .to be>,relaxed for a moment:until' L'.1n fact/Hereford, bugs wttl,
'. Thl 'i* possibly: the-first,tim liD 1 '' i head and excellent nerve. *v V*"-'.- *v waaa*.wsji. .' the enUn Infested area I. 'completely] put white face* 'on 90 per' cent'' of 4' ,
; 'tk.dri.tory" of Oaceola.county''that 'awllbWf Mr Fox a:expects. Io/ II ** Prather caught a magni tin i-h. J seventh\ Wheeler "tinedMcLean. cleared. of this ,pest! Mr. Rommel 1 their progeny The I,first cross wilt.
,, wa, "i ut-iip'"( and .' It gaests'SaturdayMt.. : gamej behind the. bat and the ,. who hadbrokena"/ finger.) said.'; "It-extremely difficult,:If I be utr'emal.iaDVoma.the. ;: second '
,; marks-progress"of'the homey Cal who' : perhapsFaimo.t d1Tlop will show vsrtatlone.-Af-
extension 'I wa, supported with Just the . not i impossible cross some
.. in its'-effort to;aid the ho ..- climate :inl: Florida! .\ ., kind of team work.1 In fact MAYOR'SCOURT ", I successfully ,cattle-ranching. trvtba third cross however.:much
.;. wives in the real conservation. \tof Cox .1* ..: .,- was guilty of only three error EXCITEMENT. IN project'in e -infatM area* ,in ,th*,'. more uniformity' willb* '. apparent:
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food '. C.ntral"Tennesssd I while,ths.':.threatened" disaster YESTERDAY. Coastal 1>1ain..") .'" 1" and ha purchased, '. came1 of It.', .'f'-* ,- 7 1.'J..he''ftr, step to'd..101)t 1. cattle both in general appearance'and in "
Lou: Seaman'one of Kissimmee. amt, They will motor catches seemed to' fea ranching.-,,in 'Mr., Bommel' opinion eI.*. ._ ... .. . .
[\v .Park' well'' known I citizens"wa. .J, in in'their car,for a.few; : Trh"tranqunity I 'of th*J city' wai J ,
town Thursday, ..;.,_ .,._* \ t u _"" ,left fielder, gathered: one E. .S1IIIth"oW' F''Hl 1tOTJ'" 'a* h* U ELAM/PURCHASES-LARGE, I AND''DIs..+ r
KILLED" '" > Mod 'HAU'-St1R> } was a beauty.' Leslej, on 8rd known .and hll'wit. were taken Into rJ. CROVE : BANDS : FOR THE,SUMMER ''
':. BAD NEGRO IS BY won honor and t likely wa rem court the 'charge.,of" .... , NEARANFORO: :- .
", the mayor" on .. . ., ;; ; :!
I for Sanford': ' ut' out ., '-1// ,\ ;
ROADS officer bandecn-
ORANGE COUNTY;SHERIFF ) disorderly conduct, resisting an, On th ..ddeali There, win *b*. no more, : '
.. . .f. Johnson in the center showed then\ Of hi. duty and i -of;\ *.,largest, ,.grove t
discharge
V ,in ) certs for the summer after the,regulars
catch
the :real thing in the turned toseveral ,. the
months.wav
J "; :. the sreet ;
Pain Hard surf roads language our '
anv'exconvict'and seed ,
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'Jaml'ODr. using profane : Thl
negro line> 'V" ... ? : lbLhi'4P; concert1 Sunday afternoon.
;, a fleeing fugitive, from th*"order, of :the _. the ninth Inning Sanford put in After his Honor.lletened to the evidence Bali ;' -ML Kealy'rrov&'at 'was the decision ra.ched'br'th.: boy,
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,. tattle*. washot: and instantlyvkmedWednesday : : ),. county; Th* nearly; wore league player to re .' Smith was' fined ,1100 .and I Sanford to'' C.:'B. Elam of this city.Th thla: w..k.' Several,of the old.-nlia*
morningbySheriffTrank e 'tlty. ; their, bad fortune but .to no costs andMrs8mlth. $60.* prioa'approximating'' 60000. t;; bl* peusklana'are away- for;tk*> *unv/::'
Gordon, at' Orlando,.when',the former i to;Shingl'. Creek'r..V ll ; jr 'They-were: -given Im*,In' which teacur .Th. ; '!known s s ore mer.an8-th.boys. K who' an'her*, do t
mad a. fals*"move a* of drawing= >a In the course of a. : a crowd of*Kissimmee people the fin**. -. "" vt of,the show J"e.I'Seminole- covro- not wish to'. spend ...ryS\llldaJ"af:

; weapon oft. .the.'.sheriff after l! ,been ordered.to atop.;' The killing some. time ago ,and : : ,+ -- -0- and eomprisei\ aerd., There"wa* by..mutual .,consentof. director and
'; took ""placeat ..' ...:on..th*+ColonialDriv mow' on theJ ground for : la i aU ISO acre 'which1 went with the member, .tb. ,organization J bas;; -
: T-- sal .. 'ThatkWhlch to nott'' under ,
: brick road just outside of secton. grov agreed disband d f.rtho present ; ;
.+ Hugh Dairy C grounds, OrlandaTh /Whenthls! road i"*' TRADEs I.1 excellent,farming.and't1m land.,i-, DirectoV.Woodbckv,and"the boy
*, lMeJ'O,1I saW.tohav' *,had,,an.unsavory connect a .JicJt'*," r80ARD' OF :: Mn:Elam intend later to add. .to. jthesice have. been j wonderfnllr: ; faithful 'fat',
". reputation*, having ,served simroe. In.f At:' will T . of hi*' grove.: : : ":, >. devoting so much.of their time to th. G
>sentences,onthe, ",Orange-) county road Creek a suburb, .ofhI.. .;;.;, The r transaction 'wa* 'clossd',fise.day . band and it win generally bex.rnt-.'
] P In theState penitentiary. MEETIiiC 'OF -- :: ;;-Mr. vJCly:'making i.th i sal* M- ted.when the concert; ar dlfcontlnobetas' -.
.8H Jty; THE ,Of; ,Ia"m. th ..,, -- "' ..,k.... ..
fIJ- -en-W .tte 1 ._ ... uj : : red./i.Tb40R'h: Mr. )Elam eeL; ,I \ __ "
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'Faire '.PlneeestlM ;; $ automobile' buainess belnr president '" tor
.reWMy.at phas .TRADE WHX, K. HELD 'AT ''I'HE.CIT1'; .JI ILL. ,TO-F 'f i; :: ; '
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1 a'whws. *. JdIIIv = .. dn of 'th* Florida Auto: and Supply'Co.he btte..w In of the largerst ,,
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We' have been expecting the motion t.f
to close this seriesofarticles ,
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s:4: : in which-it-appeared.-the matter. is that it our did surprise not ap. k ,, \
\ pear at least two'' weeks ago.;' .: : ,
.: Danger Lurks In Summer The advocates' of dancing certainly / "
f felt that the .subject Heeded discussion
; :''of'' .FoodsFor'Babies' in, the press'and set forth the
,. ;- '" phases for' discussion in the article
j ) \ EVERY mother know the eva effects ,of summer heat on which appeared May23.. The ..Minis.terUl .

I : : Bulk. This danger is equally great to all foods unless public' Association whether' it has leaves introduced it to the

,. carefully kept in a cool" place away from insect "suggestions" which were not in.any the
introductory article. ".'And to "evilto
: .-, Bad food loae its Boundingvalue.. needed that will, reguUle! suid lone' ("he ( him who evil thinks,". as we'1 spurn
bowed and will Snd *. rand '
It cswi conetiDalioa and diarrhea. you the suggestion' The Ministerial Association -
,. bat in better than Dr. Cii -ir. 'Syrup
The always prevalent
: an at regards the necessity'for'
... combination of
the time. They depreai die 'cP It i* a umph! these articles a. .a
summet painful drity. Andwe
laxative kerb with that mil lion* r rI rt
frftat '
mud and weaken. the body, and majr of mother conHanlly bV in the. bouM are.sorry that'the need for such
I 11\ cau .ou. sef. slUr.: .., lot such duty, exists. *-:-t .
'. jiut purpows.
: -- If the people;who'Vant to
that I
The Gui precaution i iaO! see bottle of be suppress
,A Syrup Peptm can the facts'' with reference to dancing
.:... the etooU are regular and normal. I In bought at any drug tfpra tor JOe and will inform the Ministerial Association t
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the bf babies and children if .
cue 91 the 1 latter the family 1I ze. A free ''how: to discuss
II ", .lea than twice a day you may suipectcoMbpationi trial bottle can be had by ending your fairly, subject,, without honestly and
W. B. Caldwell. 460 any' using
if Bore than three times eddreM le Dr well established
facta
that Informa
a.day. dianJ... A remedy t* thee Washington,.Motticello Ill tion will be appreciated/

If the' pastors who constitute the
Ministerial ? Association knowwhy

,' : StPepSin. they have been called to1 Kifsimmee
or understood ,the Divine obligation

: i . 71e Pe-Jic : .1jxa d7e .j' imposed upon them they would like .,.
to know how.they. can meet that obligation' .."
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;3:1819Son, of man. I have made
thee a watchman to the house of. Israel
If...' r OF REX f :'"therefore hear the word at my
RUMINATIONS
i I mouth; and rive them warning fromme.

When I say unto the wicked.-
Thou shalt surely die: and thou giv-
\ ::*i. There are several' backs mentionedIn her that one of them predicted that est him not warning, nor speakest
I: th. Scriptures and elsewhere butthe during the past was that Constantinople to warn the wicked from his wicked

come-back if to a good cause, is would be destroyed and on its wajr.: to save his life, the same wick-
!I .. best of alL Rex has concluded that destruction would come the end of ed man shall die in his.Onlquity, 'but
lie and hi. Democratic Rooster can the world. his blood will TI require at thy; .nd."
L rest during the hot weather as well Among- our Klssimnnea boys that It would be well for those to study Why We Handle United States Tires
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on the column. of the Gazette as anywhere crossed the seas'to hunt up the Ger- 'anotherDivine'message: Gal. 4:16:

I else, .0.here we go. man hell hounds was Robert R. Evans 'i"Am I therefore become your-enemy ., _
._Geo._ Davis.and t.mllyha.1'emov. of-the-Cyclone Division. It was -" *
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4 because; I tell YOU' the ttuthT" 'i iH,
; I ed to the east coast and if reports supposed to have been christenedCyclone I| As to having' a knowledge' of the C Because they're good tires. Because we KNOW they're good "
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be true they are doing well enough because the Germans said
nether worlds" will simply that "
1 < to live to the standards with considerr that every man ,in it .was. possessedI I when the writer of this article say wee tire. Because our experience bas taught us that they will satisfy :
_- t : tn anara. Georare oversees a large with forty fighting devU. Cvans1 I a high school -..tu-dent-; .
attended
and '
: f plantation; and if he is as attentative character as given by hI. discharge police court where the doings of'the __ gratify our customers.
to business as he was In Kissimmee, expressed .. excellent accompanied I
$ was
; ("nether world" aired '
lie must be on the right track. His by the word.: service honest, |his four years as were university student During There are United States Tires foe every need of price or use. ,
.' ". faithful and industrious wife is certainly and faithful. Rex has copied the discharge :
e. I he knew well the '
cases of students We the for
( can provide exactly ones car. '
your
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a valuable aid. His oldest to forwnrd Washington to (who were expelled because they were ,
; : : ; daughter Mildred, was highly res aid the young man to procure -mileage in league with the "nether world." '
pected and while with us married and knows whereof he speaks. He also took the courses of lectures :
4 ,Jack king, and they are said -to be The war has proved that President given "to men only" by eminent Tires .'
Ii doing well. George's children. Don- Wilson has the most resourceful cabinet physicians. He has also served in United States '

t f nie and S lma. are the -home force on the globe and that the men conducting- religious services in Rescue .
'' and both of them bright ,and active, sent over there were not only superior Homes where benevolent
and riding bicycles. Jack Thompson J ody of fightingmen but people
I as a were trying to
,, p and*,family from Detand, and cousins their conduct was such as to receive I who had been rescued save from young the women"red Good Tires .
of the.. Da vises, were 'visitors 'the commendation of those with light" district. He has served are / '
folks last week. Our twoyears
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/rr among theIr kin jwhom they come in contact.
chaplain for the
Mrs. Emma Davis, Jim's wife has I glorious old flag has received new. as And peniten
had
been In delicate health for some time .honors from 9ther nation!! In Rien- talks tiary. with men many as' 'they heart opened to heart We know United States Tires. are good( Tires. That's why we sell them.. '

j past but appears to be on the road d'. address to the Roman. after ,the story of their lives and their up -
to : I downfall he : Why in t. '
': recovery. Rome's says ,
ruin. As he has '
a boy often heard
I. must give:; our city clerk the that Elder day to be a Roman was dancers talk Lupfer &' Prather
award for being the most efficient ,I greater4h a- .king. Germany young men about" thegirls '
who loved .
: t officer in the city. Numerous complaints I corVsidered that she had about reached "just to dance. In .
: .' had been made to' officials I that mark under William. the barber shops and such places he has Mach Bros. -
concerning a certain electric light :,'most aristrocratic and ambitious heard the same talk in recent years.
,f , ." that had not shown forth in some ,ifcrder, that the world Las produced. And it is certainly a great misfor-. "',
tuna that mothers ----- -- -
time. One word to him and said She undoubtedly would have con- ,,' cannot hear the 1 ,
ff light shown out in full blast. quered England and France had it ,same talk from the young men who ical men to Tallahassee during the camps where they had bodies Red there are not allowed to dance with

k Our fishermen are being driven from I not been for our interference and; are the dancing. companions- their session of the legislature; just clo.edf Cross nurse 'there were dancers. men. The dances-there are for. girls
them have daughter During his life as teacher These dances were allowed only as only. And late hours of
J the laker many of given then the trouble that we would have ,I II to secure the passage of the courseware
I ?Iy 'up the. business and are pursuing had with' her would have far ''and pastor he tried to give.'hisbest Disease Act. It was the on-coming concessions. The nurses were not allowed 1- not in demand nor would they be U- j
if? ,other. occupations.Our" I jed the result of this last. to .the young people committedto of\\\ the spirit of this movement that to dance with anybody except lowed. But the advocates of dancing
'. ". 'city merchants do 'not appear I I Rex, ''is at-present .urp.-1 hi. ;'ear..' led'Chicago to make her special'war officers. No student nurse was accepted say. there are other evils. True. ,'
4 t ro": ;, ;, ,;;,, to have I taken tip ''with the .excessive his t. old friend William But just as the doctor 'who doe' on (vice three years. ago.! Newspaper who was not past twenty-one And they especially refer to un-
'. \ ... < prices and then our P, M. says that ,old gentleman was booked not know diseasecannot do his ben readers will remember how that years of age and who in addition
," for his patients, so no man'as teacher must furnish the best of (Continued on Fag Three.)
,. \. after the first of July he's going to diers home at Johnson City Tenn.. i treat ,city closed numbers] of dance very recommendations
.." tarry our three cent mail for two.)I but valuable considerations caused or pastor can do his best in com' tails and placed policemen at others,' as- to morals. The "hugme
, -\ Time"are only as hard as our ,loaf-'him to change his notions, and he batting sin without knowing. its insidious to see that order was obeyed and tighf'dance was absolutely barred Good for -Indigestion.If .
*. rw .!population make them and they I will m.ln'here. processes.' .. that lascivious dancing 'was not' Indulged -, as well as late hours you are troubled with Indigestion
Er 'are .numerous enough-to. create serious Democratic Rooster shout The. Ministerial Association it.only in. ', ,'i I It will thus be seen that no peopleof take a few doses of Chamber.lain's .
The '
) ,I trouble. Take our town for 'j meeting 4ts-obligetio'hr'giviag'the, We are reminded that at militaryPUosCur.dle6t.140.ys the adolescent or teen age were Tablets. They ,strengthen the.
in the and
God highest
It 'what it is worth and there are but glory to puVlic\ the facts on the subject upder ill the dances. And further no fa- stomach and enable it to perform its '
American fiaaWood.
. al earth to, the consideration, On. 'does not.need to allowed. functIon. naturally. They also cause ,
1t : 'fftW of. it. size to ,compete .with it.The that the iniliarity was ''
'Wllaon, the boys wore : 'a
roW' gentle
specialize physiology movement of the' bowels.
on
predictors are forecasting terri left 'pschycolo- I.U..tuact If PAZO OiNTMENT faOa I I tome 'have referred to the dances
U. S. uniform, and the girls they I tn inotwy You
We Kigh.\ but 'will gy aexologyt criminology in order Itcblns.BUnd. Fracrodla4 PUaa. I I will be surprised when you sec
prices to Btoadln I
you -remem- cure or :
behind .them. 'to verify the facts stated in this .oatantly. ....... itcig PUea. and pee__ MrnKfal -I atthe Woman's College at Tallah.Ne. ..- how much better you arw'fe.lirrg af-
Habitual Constipation Cured.< T It-is-so long since we have ap'series 'of articles. Thereare plentyof pleen.l .'ter tbe gr t .D IbtinB. PrVo- Suffice It to say that the girls tertaking a few doses of them. .

l& !. 14 to 21 Days: preached-you with an item that' I be-1 I sources of information open to , . . ---- -
'Iicn Orf .WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially. lieve< it, would be better to demonstrate I the ;average reader whIch if conscientiously 1-
'prepared Syrup Tooio-LaxaUve for Habitual a small, dose'tot l begin'. > with. ''studied will open hi. -
I.u : Constipation. ,It relieves' promptly-\ but and if 'this proves effective' ..will' ,try eyes to the evils/ under consideration. (
:: should be taken regularly 14 to tl days a longer one,next',tin .." 'c And such study: ; .'especially' recommended -

: t 0 Induce regular. action. It Stimulates and '." ,REX... to.parents. 'One' of the best Buy gate With Your
r Regulates.' Very Pleasant to. Take, 600 little books of,the kind.full of information .. ,
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i ,' per bottle. _'. r. .I Subscribe; foi .the Valley "Gatatti.g1at.iy :; I. written b""IT."A. Faulkner .
,'ex-president; of the Pacific Dancing '

: : __ __ __ _ ___ - I Masters', Association.This' beet ; -
: ( : : is circulated by the Social PuritY' ;' '
F II Xf'S NOT YOUR HEART Committee of the N.tlonal'W.'C; T. -Eye s'Opeii-. .' <
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'U.,, And is''highly\ endorsed by,/.U .3
fair minded people who have 'studied
J' IT'S: YOUR, KIDNEYS I . . '
f ,, ; the 'question. In'fact the man who 'I .; 'J ."" .. '

1. _."'Xtdaay. de.s.s. Is' no reapectenif 1> r-. i .Tb. .'aoo'thlns-. .'h..allns... ; oil attm.ulat cannot, hand'by even read talking can get with informationfirst 'men, who '! ', .\', ':';""', '; .1. :niere&a. muclaierence' "' c. the character, oif.f of aVin'. '
n. A majority of the Iliaafniclln ** tb. kId"*, r.lI. InflajnmaW l :;' ,. an. painta "
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ff .' pop .-. today can be tmc.4 back 1 ito tlon and destroys the s- rmawhittB.. have been .dancers. In >. the' last.'few i (; .':' ,< t D , people. "
kdu.7tr.ubl.' .t- .. ' ha '* eaiM.4 1C. Do, not wlt-until. tomorrow. ' weeks the members'of. the'Minl.ter- . -. > vYou want print that hot only look well on :your :1
k.'l'h.. '\ kldner' er. .'the'. >no.t Important . (*0 to. our druralat today andm.i.t ial Association' have" talked! with I .' ? ; ':*' :",::1h''; property.but:that:'will give the beat' :
..Bra-ana pf the body. They,,ara the on-OOUD MEDAL Hari.u Oil I ICapaul "I, /V ;% ., $ 'r , ,you service)at lowest '.
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,' Utrra, tb.,PIlJ14..../of,,o&lr blood.; ** In twntr-foar boura year' numbers of men who have been' danc : 'i4.I *>t"f :'cot. 5 ama 3..th reason you .hou jaiiit'c.onI
; a inng'
I should S.4 haaJth and vlaror rotnrnlasf era.' And:without' a single exception
I ,.. EMII.SO dlseiia.. I* usually Indloatad'brraarlaeaa and will II.... the day :yon tint board, : "StiVeT.; vAeVgreatest: tof zinc. Without .
.amount
I I al*.pl...n.-nvrvouanata.. ; of GOL> MBDAT. Haarlam OIL they'.endorsethese; ''articles' and, say \ ; ; ; "it paIt_" rapidly! _
and abdomruaraJl
'* yourMir.contlnn, to .taJco.onO'Or a w. th.tatemenUIJDa4.. ,Nor to' our ''ti ''Surface I' .f ,.. ..
atones. rrarL rbaomatlam sciatica I ,
L 2 '.naulaeh.. <1ay, so ca t.ac..p' lanratxilaas knowledge has any man Jet'defended e :;,; : : .w.
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,, ;AA11 tb... dlI.em.llttI art nature's) "danger other condition attackj and' ward- - of-:.thai-. the dance,'..In the .weeks that! these ? ,- : t -1 i.. .. ", ... .. "' '.lamals to 'warn'rou.that-tbklrtny. A.k >.' '. *. ',
t for the original Imported OOIJJ articles have: been running/ "
,...d balp.- Tqu Should u.* OOLD. .1....,.Monr r...' In our article of last,week : I zid"you,' '" : '.1 'it. , r T'1--.r : ,
.XJDD-U. 1Jaar1emOiiCap.uieeiscrn.; wp gavea. .... J"
funded it thay do.not ,, .
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quotation .from "How to Live, the 'f' "Ic
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- r& .. ._' ., Institute. Surgeon General Blue .. ; ... .. w ,u

.: t4 **\****! **)*.*.********,****:***,****************,.*'**.****,/ and all the :"other: : adIng military ,; .,, ;,' .....: ,..:- ;' ,
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t medical menare:, In the. Institute, ', > t :, .
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; .:i:!.' AJI : Tbeir' 'statement condemns V dancing (L"'\ '1; :\ .. .. ., '., /.
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in strong terms.- .When ninety of h.hlgbe.t I '' t( Contalnath8h4b..t"percaitq.ortNCmtz dbi :
; medical authorities in 'the U. 'l 'l'j., .. ,, '"; .I.-.f. : ,...' -I.'. pure Lead and 8f'OUI\CI1r18enu1ne rr P I'tIM"wttb' .
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i1" Real Estate''' and ) .'> : j,. ,. 'h ." .. Oil. In point: or c ; fir
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Insurance :
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1 : ,I : ; : !Agency: Y' andthe, world 'unite in'publishing, f ., ; .' .ItaWOC'thdUlin.e.tcoverlnccapedty.andl9.ntwearPeeGeeMa. tJOPatht. .. .hU 'O't : w
such a' atatement.U'i.wo; : while '. :. : . IDOI'I.. ftJ'rean. .
.. t . , I th.t.tbeworJd.tatt..Dote. : ,., ::0 I' ,_ : ,, :' V< "Aak tcw' ''t I ,
p,.. Paint
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?' j .We have ..D.H1.etedJ.' : forsale 'I. This 'llanes M4 H_ PolttI7'1NIaM'w'wrt J
'f ,* properties) among- ;which. statement was. Issued lo 1919. : : g a' .: >
'- .;. .are'aom4t.'feI7'attraet1'" :! ? 'TasBanchs,;Orange: Groves,,: business. .; And-Is'based upon a-vast number I t:1"" -'; ;> 'or ; :: :P ile a 1bert.C t i tediL u1 ili ifLl( '

: ,. i' buildings, and dwelling, all Jn ,X>sceoU County and each proposition of'military' the World medical examinations... Out ,. y*' '} #*i;|
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: < plated at its: mITkmUn2t4alu.FsOni.. include" all ...ee..ry.f.rmj equip-, i a. worldjwide experience movement ttdt hasgrown 47 '" 1 _' fOJ' OSCEOLA'B DWARE COMPANY ; $

;.4br4 f Jment.; sl.ocanroffer-ixeiptioitai: bargains In Xl. Jmm" and ',St.'') the conservation of life! health,and .;, :DUtrlbntojsJf, of. Pee-Gee; Paint-Products.. 'k v '.)' ,.{1

k. ;J C1ud.ppIrtieazw' owned non-resIdenUJwho. ; are.willing to' Mil .; morals.. And, ill is' to, 'be sincerely ''.r K,.tskatt..mNo.., ", ._lUBvldtaB't RIa.*, "*" *.' .,

tacrInc4: tbusi''offering an excellent. opportunity to invent a little,' hoped that KIssimroee. with her unusual . .. .t

: orpins''capital and benefit by\ the;Increase-In. 'values-which. Is.. sure: '! will be civic pride/and progress!venest 'Ii.I
d among the first."citids to
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.: (:. ,, 'J E.:; !A. Stf biff' l iu h' Agency" Inc.S ./ was 8._authorities-ut"of. this..$ ttqvemnt.thatthUt four leading, Trieddrove's .

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.' 1D4.WAGNER, .. flannger. .' ,j t ," I :!' .I..i chill Tonlo.
\ Natron: Vitality and by. pert/yln. ''and eaVrichbUtb /.
.KlJsIJUfUee.. f. '. r- '" ', .. :' ?" Plorida. blood., YoaoaaaoanfaalkaStranetasV energy : -

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'to. iret ''Ol' neiftW ;

Your fare Paid, Ilnnti f'' Drn4knri" your Stork: Service js: \Yours 'p&Dy eI"I'fRCJ'i1Iren' "} United, scrgg'Dhpee.klorM Tlnt?It -. ."

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When I .. Wbeno" you' ar cordially' inyile\ first, calls, for fhiivlnjMOSdawr ,,, '
.you come to Tampatoattend this sal*. : make -our.elffhome{ in our store. On somewhere' 111 the ear,*a 'stack'

t' .be' tiir. get stuck 'and the .wheel refuse,to
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t p a Y!'II. c.,.1......;..train ,or u'j' ;, f' .pu_1.a.e't., it very'cool'throughout* I the tore, ai a:constant hold' feed In some ,of the old papers
of it th't'uM of f
kept circulating by
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; : between the!tire and the PlacLU. ;
.who,. buy.. a certain>mount of.merchandise Her GREATER, ,TAMPA'S GREATEST STORE elate,: fa tit ually only a few will have. to be work.
ed in before the wheels will.begin. *>
rip and the ear started, ,forward:
: mss method of handling, a difficult
situation is ao simple, and. so >un-?
formly/, successful. that every. motor.
.J'ULV.ClEARANtE' SAft lit should know of it and carry a pile 'p
; of old''newspaper/ unless] he I.
equipped;.with; some other,' apparatusfor
such a'contingency. taco
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-it' ., Save On, l< : 'The::great .July Clearance ,Sale begins Saturday, July 5t-? with .a ;big, store'' full of .j t Silks :and cannot evenly alowl,feed so, ,that...the put,tb.'rag- youremergency wheel,with >,,,'lUr.,rill foot) revolve :


White ;fabrics' seasonable anil. dependable, merchandise; ,marked,'at t: prices that' will interest'everyIhrifty t' 'Wash fabrics. at the break*,wh JOT..el*;,.Do.-will' not, ,not nut, revolve it. on '.0.at'all,, r,

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5 \ ; -' ',and. Ifinens, ) :home.;; in' South Florida [very' price quoted, in t this. s.ale' (is s:less'' Uian the" low'prj, s' from wheels'revrtv, tllt'l1lt1lf'alcnt1v.n* '.l.ephdly;the,With''maxlmtfrri"iJ th.'A"_

j". .. -.1 ';->oJ, 1;"x' ; forinerprice; '''or'1.less'tban'what, (the' price. will 'be' l thirty :days. frorn' now.. :On'' ,: i the\'. t ear l....In delivered low .war"to'tiem,. and.'.so by'long harfntr.'a*'

EnglishLongclofhTenYYard8ot;; ; > : .Novelty. Silks "b,1' tern? tlo! v. ,they'can: gt the;! ,

: $2.25 .mostof ';the merchandise: ',tharwe..: :,area: offering ',in this sale, prices",have;. been' 'ad-: ''I ,Now $4.95; ; ; a Yard, ,: lMo..ftt n.I.I I.. of not'the always tTemeo1J'""wjwito), po flll-.r''the.', rr


a Ten-yard English' pieces'long. 40t cloth.,36"nche y soft", ;finished ;- 'va n iced( 'toy the manufacturer: (from, ten_'to thirtyp& 'cent'v';; ; ,f ' -. : we At i this offer exceptionally'a limited quantity', .low) price of! 1 roulrh branches hole with'edlrtl,of tones, tree are*hard*nr are'brtelc'better Oil'tires.*L,for as Small the'they**' "


" wide.wwJrL' Itis our policy{ at'this'lime' t f of f';)the"year y Jo, dear! ;:;bur stocks;, of ..ddI,\I lots. ,and'.' si.j such"Dew high-.,claik Ki.t..silks',,Kurmi-Kurhia? !: as F..n.i. ,af;. offer Should alight much this push method better that, would fall.tractive) quite not",,spaced much oftena

Diaper Cloth .' Baronet SatioI; ." mere than ve'a'baby' bngsry,-will
1 .assortments and orsjriAly summer' merchandise 'so (hat next:' furnish Just the'< added amount of
broken ( l ; I .mooth'I'' -JljvvTknjTrx XruJiril .. -
Ten ,
Yards at .$1.39: , ,. ._" .*. : Am nn'J :" power-neeettarytcf ret the car rolnff

ht '. 24"Lullaby inchet'bird wide- ye diaper sealed l cloth and .whenTtlierii;_ ,fall.! goody beg o,Jo;;tarrnej; oars stacks iIf.b. fr freshandvve;; shale ,, "tTaffeta' v. -' LOVES. '.HER :"COWS 'AND 'r CHICK' !
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I< f. wrapped in ten-yard, piece*.! the new Y ,A'Yardt$1.75'Rich ''ENS AGAIN. -

.. . .. .. '!. i hays?; ample..9nr.for. goods. jet black chiffon t taffeta:,' i 'p1'' have' haij'-stomach trouble'.for

Sheeting -36- inches':"wide.a1 quality-1'thai twenty *' and for the put, year
take this time extend invitation all those who live
We. 'to of .
'hearty outside eaten
Per Yard 45c to a : we usually sell la, couch more.' have nothing but! stale ..breadnd !;
drank hot water. Was too .weak:
Heavy bleached1 cotton, iheet- Tampa to come; in and get acquainted with us and our store service. Whatever' J '; to do any kind of work. Six week
ing. 48 inches wide exceptionalvalue. : Taffeta "* Iwo I took the first dos.) ''of'Mayr's'
.- Wonderful'''Remedyand em now ding *-
w . you buy here is backed bYAourguarantee.of absolute satsfaction. .. A Yard SI.98 all my house work4:betide i looking r rafter
chicken milking two,
p .. my ; and.
Tubing Yard. 39c '- J Novelty stripe"check and plaid t cow ''every, day. _Min. hat been kI" i
f w ; taffeta, handsome and wonderful.. recovery.'It is .i., *imple -
colorings
Exceptional value ia. the fine Th- .Clearance f" Woman's Wear harmless, preparation : that remove .
r. quality Wear Well pillow case 'design. Have been selling at the'catarrhal mucus from 'the -.
a much Higher"price..' Intestinal tract and allay theinflammation
, tubing. 42 inches wide. Here. are some splendid'and' most unusual, opportunities to secure'' fashionable, gar. ... . .. which: causes, practically' kit

t ments at "end of the season" prices. These. are mostly as would stomach; liver and intestinal \allmenU., t
SkirtingPer you expect Taffeta ', ', including: : appendicitis. One dose:will
small quantities. Eiit the values are big and those who come earliest will have convince,'olr money refunded J. :.Z., b'
I I, Yard 69c, the best selection. AYard$1.5OFine : : Roberton *nd' druggists everywhere., -g'.

Fine 'gabardine skirting, in quality all'silk taffeta, in MINISTERS, SAT- CONTROVERSY-

plain white and colored striped f Spring Suits Organdy Waists Silk 'DressesSpeclal'at a wide range'of light H and Hark '/BOUT DANCING ,BEGUN, ;BY
' designs. A handsome -aisorUment '
shades. Save least 50c 'a
Now $25.00 Sale Price 95c, /$14.50 at THOSE WHO"WERE IN FAVOR r
t ,at a very special price. yard at this,sale., .
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There are several styles of these I' I _.
There are'about 25 Spring Here it an exceptional opporlunityto -< .
: Crepe, a Yard: 39c Suit in this lot. made of jersey very pretty organdy waists. .buy' a handsome silk _1 111." I.: . ((Continned.from;. Pace t) ,
tricotine.. Poiret Some are -tucked, some are aUnolt dress on a big saving. These Foulard '. chaperoned'automobile-. Wei
serge
fit Pretty Japanese''Crepe for .
shall
Underwear thi -with illustration.
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tailored others have ... past ,
shown in white* flesh, twill and come fancy weaves.- handsome dresser are made A Yard $1.95 I ,Over in Texas': two 'marr od couples -
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J blue and mai TheM are splendidly tailored tee fronts or are embroidered: in unusual -designs of silk taffeta < : foulards Mr., and Mr-A and Mr. and Mrs. 1
pinkr ; ,', and shown in several colors.. all lace trimmed; colors. An.' and foulard in plain color These are'a11'new silk' B. attended a dance. At the conclusion j,
exceptionally big value at ,95c.:: : and attractive plaids.* in a spUndid ,collection ,of the .. of the dance just -for fun Mr
1 White Fabrics Voile Dresses 'best,,designs., Have been veiling accompanied Mrs. .B, home aDd
Voile Waists i Mr; B. atcompanted-.. A. home.,
House4Dresses. .
,Special At'$9.50, .... at, higher'price.' .- , It '*o happened .that Mr' A.' came
. 25c'a Yard Sale Price $1.95 .: ,At $3 45' & back to'his home.before Mr., B. left3e .-
At thwspecial'price we ,are offering '
are'iom values Foulard found Mr. B..and Mra. -A.- In the
.. 'In{ tin, sale we offer...at' about ;tome.vtry'-pretty- dresses <'i Nero exceptional This it 'a 'very l low"'price for .. parlor.' They had assiimed the same1
half) price. "a big lot of white made of Hast Bros voile. |: for"these waists cannot be such,. pretty,, house, and porch, \ A' Yard 50c attitude they'had beVi'takitur, ia ..
: made sell this B.1Waa\ hoMfbc Mr .
ball Mr. :
to at pries today. > room. *
voiles. nainsook, 'mercerized There Are 'about 'twenty' differ. : dresses at these. Theyare is'a"t ', A'a hand his aroundher. ,}'
: and arm wa
They are shown in s variety of This; silk and lisle thread
batiste, p aj mau-che lt., lingeriecloth ent attractive :style' in light and I made 'of ,very :good qualitylAmOilteal Stranp.to -say Mr. A.' acted,
attractive in mixed foulard and has veri.
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t ; and other' fabrics: 'Besure dark colored'"taffetaThese: j 'stylet.trimmed ginghams.? ,checks.:, 'a, very foolish.); H. becamevery angry "
V"' to ye' themi; tl'f dresses*are veryprcuiIY" e.iVa.' ; pretty, J lace' and'embroidery.Silk plaids and ttripesw.Aprons attractive 'appearance when rot his nun and 'was" going' ,W' ,;shoot r

ed. in print, i and are exceedingly |: ', Fiber Sweaters madeup.; It is ..bown'a' a;variety Mr.Query'-4f B. this attitude.wee proper
/> ; at $1.00Inthissile ,of, exccj designs and
//f; : :,, Htitk rowels; ) goody*4"' [ : -f' !;: Sale? 'Price' :$5.50. j offer'some well :olorsIn' this fn\sale at, about In the It baUf'OOm..lIat in ,the'j.arlorf' ,was 'WI'ODIt'with ';
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i ... at$2.00 a DdzemMHemmed _Presses,tat;'$5.95! : :, We have f'only 50 orV,these 'sfipovetrsyle..Silk J made bungalow, :; aprons,,. for half I priced: This fabric i.' ., 36 ., With,this article.!, we -,ihUclosetbeiconoclastic '
;' ,. ... crock*towels"with'*itd inches wide,.- phase of,thla: series. and''
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"At -:tKit"lowt puce i we era bffer--. : ;; Fiber", Sweaters:, : pnly $liOO.i These are madein ''n, our next artlclo,unless semetbiairinirpen x ,
J ;, bordermsije> *17x3 1 inchet.'t> ing ;'nearly I one: hundred'dainty. .They.ara made .iqa, pretty style : .open'ckityle'-itb' : belt;. ..: 0-/ .. that; ont it ''tor ehan .",our'
..._W Extra:\ heavy*:;:', hemmed Mftuc k 4Umrner'dresses: !Ii\;f>fi I Anderson 'and ) offered 'in talmoo ''royal of good quality 'Amoskeag ) ,Silk<,Poplin' .. 'U'oCTl'm.we,thall 'deal with th*:.a))-;

# h towels }1_Bar..3b. .. inches..."' ..... .,,a.,...1 1 dozen ',..d..d iAinoskeag; ,ginghams, |inseveralattractivestyles. blue; turquoise; v.'Copenhagenand gingham, in blue and,. ; '.whits. Yard '$1.25 ? rrt ighet of:ex-reit. e a* -mdnrsed v; 'b1'the't*, ,
,;, .t---. $-Ift.--, :i ; .; :< and other'_desirable'shades._ _ _ .' check.;. 'c. f\".cl"tllauthoritr"''''' .. .:. .. y
.. ', T dUUU' .. . .. At; this' price "we'Jaave', lilk'and ,MIKISTERIAT, ASSOCIATION.! ; ,
;, 7"itself Towels"2 c j j ' "'' '' '" 1 'Embroidery crepe silk" poplins. Soft' graces. Byjthe 8ecretaryT_ ;' f
Under'usl'ns: at, : I: : '
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< ill} fabric, specially '
draping'
Large .ize.abeorllent.pure'wl te : S ; I < LEt -THE GOOD'; WORK. GffJON.'wtio . ,r,
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X' 1'ukisb. aowel.-.a..J9x40.. :: in. : : t' "".' ".'rand: Laces adapted'.foredresses"pIa, thUtale .- Mesa.- Mml.teriai'4A.ioctf-r{ :. -r V
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I :drew I' '.:, I Clfeiaratlce! :Prices 1 we offered of Ion'; Go on' brother. 1 Cry ales.d
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: Wear Well Sheets' i I .This Clearance Sale :Affords .rou',opportunity. to buy .plendid. ,i: Embroidery. \ L .., -. ,. reified, at,year, Isstla.L4d7: .',V: t f ,t'.y.
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undergarmentstbat -' Worthwhile from' the'usual'pnce. !.1 -A Ch r, '_ I :
; are, saving. : I r-
'Yard 55c
:: 12c Yoi1e'n w .
Yard
Two remarkably''good. : ,yalues f fin Now-.is the-time for you'to? ':; f,rm'ih__ .:your;needs. andyou" ,can'.,do;to-; ; embroidered , ..and ,Enb-My-TUmkWa.powerful-anti-: ; \ ,
Daintily chiffonvoile
I made' ; and Good quality
famous'sheets : :
these, at.a.grtatjsaving., It III swiss- ptlcit' kills the /poUon .. caused *
of'' .fine' bleached '.cotton. .and jR' i \ l' r v '; aiaiasook'edPa''and' .insertions. ,,gandyt; 40( inches :wide. shown from'' Infected: euta'curve; 'old,. lore*,,' itaksertbe .
,, '' ''at.mle.// i Unifier jrluBHtiB.Bpecinlat at'$1.29., y r i iAt'this I is.arious:designs.; : 1 i n',-.rieIY-of..'plain' color, 'at ", tetter.t." (A4T.. ) ". 'f'1,!. .:).'I1t, ) i\\! ,
't 1 SZ4i. ;81u99t' inches.pedal; .t price'our-enTelopecrvemues. Corset t covers and long skirt ". : Yard I a saving. of\nearly) ;one-taint 1 _,> 'JO\\ I np A
I .: . Embroidery, ;25cSplendid' ,, : for the Vallar Gaze''v'' .n
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: :: value"',,:In i auras '- ... ,
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trimmed 'with lace 'and embroidery: \ : TVoilei: ; a ;Y V
I 'liy. sol. : a Yard t at 39c ; < -, ,
t cam .. .. embroided t. j I,' / ,.
Cases 38 "' -'V -* '"
: Pillow, 'UndorMuslirie-;:! : r a..atJ; i: inches. 'wide, \ color y j -"
. I ''Wear Welt torn' hi )rind : .., ._ jooo.1III f'.......iii. .Jain .chiffon voile 36 I Ii 1'
-..,,"'" and hemmed cases Sin; 4 2x36" : 1-' In" this"'lot'of "pink'Vnd-white'night' : towns-pink and white skirts. '|: Edging, a,Yard'29cPMtiw inches wide.'' D a Pod. rangofhade / 13:! The,,DeXt.tilDe"'Y"" };
pink' and' white: pajamas.:corseC ,and white chemises, . : : ;. , /.. \.01 ,
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' .: coyer .tnany 1 hroWered 5wl andorgandyedges. .. t t'4 rue tpa.Ldfi't: r2yOU 1J! .
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I, ..,. > -. ,. ..'. I pwetbstylu; ; ,,dsintily frimmed Wtl? )laces Jand'einbrbidery.5: VUmlerMuslIri'sf iV various"f.widths,1! t'. juycalei:; : wif

Sbeet ot"SI,48. II : Special' $2.19; . !:. "/'Ynl Laces, ';:Sultlags f ,,;Yard,69c akforT'. '1' .; +" 18 1"\

Hueo'bleidlied. ieasnleu-beavy.. ,Whit .juidpink; night! :gowns( ,.envelop*'::'chemises and' lonV"skirt/ i: 4IG';Yards' for 'Be'\* Gabardine.. Bangkot English > .. 'l'J.rak 'i ++

cotton' '.heet.3 ;,and; t' ch corset t.cover*, made ef,fine mat rims,'.jq. dainty J 'ptyles.. .. and (cl arnv -:;r 'Aa'exceptiond'vilue1&rrowVat 'Twillitand-Novelty' Weave-' ; iar' y 1.
I bema,. zt'.81x90 inches., ingly 1 tnnunecL. a; "' *. ; ; solid. colors' .,'. .Big. .values. > .
:.. . '. .. . '" ' i ui 'pretty.designs .. i - ,;, I 'fl, "
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, .Seamless Sheets. RemarbbJyaoodvatue'. {.thii lot of niglit, gowns and envelope i ..ArtGoods'i" ; If Novelty' ,y9't1ci *

., Special at'$1.39': : chemiseHandsomely.designed'---, ' r .-:. :. with, pretty- laces >andsNeG1nghams ,. .. i" , Cats hieea'atr:. bt36 >> WLay.'tabe several), tLoa ." '

'Yolpt,,' 'this remarka1>.J Ie','\ilu. embroidery., , 'f- ._ J "'... '\ :;.,"" t', Ir:>>. i' (' .r ; and'rards'ofhardsome'nov.lty '
rod m6st. bring ?lhia :oUPoD" . ,.. .. .', meh1cen" ,J. eeecl'tampedfor : voile and'marked ,then at nduced'prices >,
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embroidery oq Ecru needlerave'clotlL t j\ ,
for thi"sale1Thee I Ia"
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,i''hemmed'sheets. size,:8lt90incbeiI & DressCinffhams a inchet;:wide sal.,pnc.. ;.a.rd: ,2SeAmosketg : : ) \ i...... 'at $1.00.,, .i ':.at,.oilet'" that' higher"'price-'L... been 'telPing for "f f.i ,. ., ,..
mnch.
'.Not, .over, .is" to\ .4 cur :.Dress,Ginghams, ::32.li(nches:wide'aale' prieeayird: "35e.. "T. "/'nuuiena 24x34 inchevofEcru ;; ( all of 'this" season.' and offer;an ". .. '-I';' of'
i "tomer; No, : ,telephons. ;.. o.Jeri Extra fine 32'inches wide] sale price needle wave cloth l + fi P
r y -Ze'phylr. ,; GinghainW, ;; 'a stamped immense. variety of handsome ; ." y .1
U vyi filled. .thicoupon. "-ta d' ...:..::.;:----t.:; .....:.;.. .;;:;::__:...:.;:...;.;_.;.. ''SOc 'in* preU 'desill "- designs', and colors 'They are .,; ',1 pts+fied and rafrtied' ;
Be sure 'tobnag: or. Bead .. jeuch'and $ i Zephyr ''Cwghanas32imcheiarrid.iu;: : "" :; Pajatmai a* $T50.> divided Into,'three.Iotl markedati ., ,calomel."tab ta.that AMi--:'.
coths1 ; ; '
,. ... Ns.IL., ,' .'- .v .. 'F, : ; ,Women's' piece pajaaisot ; '. . iDilv".at.antitaco' ...
two
: Add ,13c'acl', for POi; ''\U vv.y. t... I f andtome; deagn.'and.;colorings, sals'pritei,."yard75c'" .'' pmkbatute..ptamped'for env,; .. a .yard. -- ,. 1 ., ;

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? : ',.' ,11S fi I'{fTbe-Wakber' :.::-" :; .. m"t Ibc r Jrcclep; '|.,, ,, .coo>D"xoADS;BKCTmCIf. + and paid who,'..0.jJII attended I.c ..LA church so regularly Lacy iqn, Johnson bad., a.?vey.who.pleasant is 'Brigade.Tff-vitJfc.Sergeant . of., j.will-wrlte.,7.u-from-time any, thing which Jn-my but to-ti OplD. .vk

a re- and Oft whose roadsides there in. Flrat'Div.ision will be, of Interest to you .ho. "
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Major the Ellthty-
..Clay Stanford ito
L. .' ............ 1D1Nr7' 'Fsa..y. 1 I' No.-7.. : returned from 'o many thousands' of little schrinesand He alao-was .jn .rood ealthanDSioua be home' where ".-can talk It ovfcret
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:: ne ponderous hundred tortpress chapels, could' commit the crimeswhicb.f to, return home. before dry
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au_._.., JI'I.rt' Association which met at > lasti are enjoying! tH
ha erry: they ; IIIJ;+ menvyou have time I' wish, you Hoping Jou
for the' :'Tucker.Brick. Co. bavt ''
'We a. Harrla., .rr...UieB. 1 ''week i ;much Impressed with'the\won--' *-1'8.,: ,; 1ffZ.Xftf'' wow advise m* a little 'lfurthvr. re-. health'1I4') ::: .i i kindest regards

a.yi vase. Aaa.w. t.enutTr happening'j{' \ derfHl 1 possibilities now unfolding l in Our\' 'men an :",well bi11tted:1"an4: latlvs'to'the; ,. actual condition there to 'you .and yours.1' remain, >f >'IiI il) a\

r i* e.. ..e '.' .. .' "*. "-.::mlehtl'power applied to the press-1, Taylor county," and 'more than ever' a cared for' here-and a* fraternizing{ : .to and to;the State in l'eneraJ.fol' the I Jf hesame. 'CAL ,, '

'. .....rt..... ...... ,'" paving> : bricks... It will then*!good roads enthusiast,Vf: or< that trictly forbidden homesicki timesbut cannot Helpgrowing' of new work''we4teeeive.here and the number relative of men toMack who C. B. McCaugben, lit Lt.; HA let
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F ..___ for ''the title of the1 "Big ,11.00 'qualify ,
On. T.ar..r [ 11:. ,
F ,, : One One Oop Copy. Pis Month...?-__....... .LOO 'iSquee e." :,section i I. an object lesson of\the\ I im- are on the job and intend to see this have returned horn and -are Unable Division A. P. O. No. 129., Amen> H
One '''Copy. .Thr. MODtb.____ .I0\i .- pottance' of highways in 1th.'d..Jopot'ment ?\!thingrthrough.aad.though.wevweuldmuch to, find employment at times' Is very' F.. Montabaur.. Germany ) .
:. I'I of any count,., ) rather -- .. '-' -;.-:,::'".
:' from urJ 4 I 1 AhHeinle( ,' you signed the treatyat move toward home, an .
All oo/Arountcation..zoept i.
It About seventy-five delegatos were'present order to'push on into Germany would : ,
W tborl..d correspondent must. b.'pod last like a little man brought) .
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V '' at the meeting coining from' not bejinwelcome., -- - I"
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>tJet..d matter will not be. returned' are- nothing to the tear you would Pinellaa, Hillsborough Osceola Leon,!I I' I' was in Paris a short time' ago M
h, .smlea call_<. have shed if you hadn't 'signed.,. 3*' Columbia, Taylor 'and, LaFayette and had every hope-- of, finding Mis* agZY
J .' (E';;; e4' In tM Po'aofda at KJ*.lm- a better fellow from this time'''on; counties. ; .)'Anne, there .but to my disappointront Trunks and B :,
l; ..., Florida .. aecond-cla matter.) and say Heinle- tell Bill 'Hoheniol--, The visitor were much- ..nrprlsedat she had left for Nice the day :; ,

em to.step into the 'capt.ln'.:pfftce}: the1 evident prosperity of Perry before I arrived in Paris. I was traveling "
Foch want to see him. with the substantial brick ., business in a car and had hopedto take
'a. houses, churches: and school buildings her to Verdun and Chateau Thierrv 1"' 1 I'

EMSeRtit 1 I' Every, 'worthy, dticen< of Kisaim-.1 but more than tbe.e.,at. the wonderful with me, I understand' she is backin :\'' ._ '.
mee feels proud to have the bonding saw mill there which! is said to Paris now' and I hope' I will be ,'f '.
bulk be the largest in..the United States. able to there before l this '
companies' going' for our get she leaves. If awn)'
going
1 head bonds like a goat jumping after I Mr'Stanford said the mill was working 'Sorry I' cannot say Ju.t'*when' I you are .

!# = "sunflower seed. Nearly five thousand day and night turning'out enormous will start for home but am expecting summer you will need a I I'Trunk.

tit titr t 4 dollars premium all velvet! Just pile of beautiful. cypress r think of that ye who have been cussing ber.Almost as, new officer arrive they ere sending Suitcase or :

and grumbling at our\ town! the enjire.county i is under', some of us who are not going to Our new line has just
; P When the big fellow living a thousand -, veloped but is wealthy in round tim. remain in the service home. I received bag. '
4. gSrATE PRL miles away throw their good'''ber and good'fjU'm lands. a copy of the 'Gazette a few arrived. We have Ward- ,
I
money right'into our lap Isnt it. time I I The good roads are coming there, day ago from'which' I learn-tha\you I>
for the few un-holy old snarles with, for the visitor were taken- for a are Chairman'of the Osceola County . robe'and Trunks, j'

L non-stop tongue to sneak .off into pin over forty-eightmiles of splendid Victory Loan committee and 'after __ and:Trunks of all'dcscrip- 1
.. !' surfaces made of rock and .
4 r FRIDAY. JUNE'27. 1919, the swamp and hate themselves? {glancing further'through the' paper -
e1 .' W. have bought a shorty cane,* got asphalt. Th. 'county i J. fortunate In'and noting the many other commit. tions, ranging from $8 Jo "
t'rte and newly having the rock for their roads right tees which. member and
They signed "By.J1. a neck shave our pants you area '' .- -
I ,
hand and Suitcases and HDUd..M.oas .. .::.-
at 'r
Y 'creased and are holding our chin a nothing more ,to do thanto then knowing something of yopr'oth- $45. _
-' would 'good bit higher because we're proudof haul it to the crusher.' |jer businesses! I,wonder 4iowvou keepup '\-"
f ", t. A sprang house cleaning the town that we live ,ln. Perry intends to begin paving the ,with them all and .till'And. time from $1.50 to $18. : (

help! the Mexican situation. ., streets of their city at an early dateso to sleep. .."

I I Uncle Sam' aviator have been the visitor were' informed then I I I Harcer Cutler ,ia a Sergeant in J .. -. ,,; I> A;'.

f > .. The "old swimming bole" han"t a taking photograph of Kissimmee. the next step wlU be'' to connect their the Fifth, Artillery band and '>I see '. 1 I>> .
from in the sky The resulting.ylcturesar..veryMatteringtor section with the Dixie' Highway him quite often. He I I. in health :
I tH'Dew" swimming pooL j away up good .. -.j.
thing on .
t- .through-to. ..GalneavW.Thl. will I[ -- -- .c.-O'-I'rIc.--- -- ---- - ,
--and I>
. >> ''7r.hr'aJway.--w.nteclt; .. -l.-----
--- t.1.
: .-' --- --"-- - they show that we live in' a very give Taylor county an 'outlet'' to'all-,the ocean and still wants to. .. .
:; -* Will, the familiar song "How Dry pretty little city. The end of the of central and south Florida Refrigerator, Water Cooler, Etc. .. ;h
.
_l .J 'Am" become' the.:national anthem ,town from Griffin's store .north is The '"visitors were royally) entertained -. : ., .. 'r>

;r r' ,\1 after, July,'IiU. j shown, to be well wooded and another during their stay-in. Perry and returned -; Classified Adverflserri- 1I. .&...
!section around the court house and home enthusiastic over the .

"' Tbe' Hun want; 'it Ttnown they Judge Murphy' I. similarly favored,i|!|kindness of-their hosts Who banquet. I 1
-' .:C. H. GRANTHAM S.fiJec';?:;: 111
ti' signed because of force only. Of .'but the territory lying between Main led' them at Hampton Spring, and to FOR ..ua"" Sf.,.' ,
street and .Beaumont avenue, ha too the Woman's Club which1 served so
1710 ACRES fine' land,
'| rich
part deep
r!y course, DO one. expected them to show ,few tree Quit. a number have been ''delicious. a luncheon in the banquet 1 muck grows flneat of wrap ..nd.p"'ndld 4
a change of heart. planted, and some day. will add much'I rooms"of thee.new M. E. Church of for truckingand farming ..
(" Perry on Wednesday and to the part of land 1* high, and has about r.t
to the beauty of our city but the 10 acre. extra fine oranv"" prove, ,
; : The act of thb Germans in sinking :number is insufficient for the best newspaper fraternity for its cooperation rood buildingall fenced. < mtle \ ke :
? a the Interned Is a sure indication ships shown them from the time of their' head of cattle some bows farm machinery .
- should be urged to greatly increase .
'em far as and horee Free bookletand
that'"yoiTeant trust a. J
them. We also find that an airplaneis ,arrival to the hour of their departure. full particular to Interested +
.
i yon can-throw em. a better place for observation, part lea. '
: Mr. Stanford is vice-president. of 940 ACRES In DeSoto County, Florida, SUMMER SHOES
our Tree Top; ao if you see a man inS all food land mostly fend with
r : Osceola county tomatoes are brllg. plane keeping- tab on things' the Central Florida Association and woven wire, lot of good hammock

1 t ing satisfactory prices on,-ihe markets through a four foot telescope you was sent to the meeting by the Kis 'I.nel. provide an abundance ofm..t I.
simmee! board of trade in the Interest for hoira; good farm and can
', : : now More of this crop; will 11.t ;. may be mire that the W.tcheris'on be had at bargain prices and onfavorable .
of good made in Florida.A .
his rounds. term of pavment.
t ; .. planted next season. r v large delegation 51 b1ITiten t' 12-ACRH! farm lust outalde-' city limit. For We Have
n lot Klaalmmee, all fencedemail
citizens from Mavo. in LaFayette "
I! SENATOR FLETCHER. house 7 acre. In cultivation; balance ,
the flies
While
you are' swatting county were on hand to caotwe the In pasture good land where
1 c, ',. "k l. don't forget to swat the weeds. A I. In point of service Senator Duncan T>..xt meeting of the Central Florida :yon might graduate children' from Them

1i- F j '4. well kept lawn i I. .the best advertisement ,U. Fletcher of Florida, ranks seventeenth Highway tive : A their tlocl.invitation tion. and so attrac- .v.ry high school nlxht. and Only;have 112(0 them, time home on Men
Will that they
r" J ;f a town can have. ,. in a total of ninety-si*, senators. Dart If paired.
1! accomplished their purpose; and the 1% ACRES rood land close to bualneaa ; -
As, a Democratic senator he of all in the.
I Hood rood booster will' convene part town good room .
'first wilPsee the WviTat f'f' house furnished nice fruit good
; July rank ninth. there sometime in
s .
October. -
j naeture for cow. fine cow, rood outbuilding
,' .t. the two 'cent postage. and 'the one It i* the history of this country *. prettlpBt' rove* In town. Women .

q t ) f cent post,card.. :You will saw money" *hat those peen who are kept longest. PUREBRED ) AIRY STO f.JC.i '. nice.rv. shade all for. and$2,100.ornamental Time bn ahrunb half- Best Makes :

i 4'' .. a by wrltmc. your' letter* ''then." YaT : -" :f"after having proved 'their fitness for As a i'stIt of an auto trip arranged . If dalr' .oV . J. r
.. FINEST stock and Brain farm In
\ ... 'by "the county agent of Mercer "
i 4L w the! work, are the ablest to benefit country, good building; 4I>0 acres ,
- Sunday wasthe. longest day, of theyear ;county, N. J., to see some fine dairy rich prairie land, rood orange land and
o. i; hottest their country and ,are moreconsideration farms m the state, the dairymen of on the higher ground fln* lake and .
the
,, 1919 and the of sea-! when they .leak and the county decided to co-operate and pretty home on the\ beach. little I '
, son, but, even with that a cooling,;f over a auction of this tract excellent I
.ct. The'' state thatchange thai. ;: purchase pure-bred 'stock. A com- land; let u* tell you all about '
!t shower brought down .the mercury in ,Ir'r with'' mittee was appointed to make arrangements -
congressional unit Latest .
,,
the afternoon. I"f \j everypass :,local 'bank advancedthe 40 ACRES, half In cultivation Stt Children Styles '
Ing political whim or polling time, acre grove 20 acre. paature, good
, I j' money and a representative was barn and outbuilding-, mall house, ,
' !Tampa' is [setting ,,the pace when tare unknown in the pages devotedto'Statesmanship sent,, to Michigan-to tel.ct't.he cattle. rood land, cheap at the price11,000.. i .
e ,' and accomplishment.i -i lA carload of pure-bred cow was secured Time on greater part If dealred. OUR PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOLr,
"
she is adding 124'rooms to the Hillsbozo ; 400 ACRES rood land and It acre
v (,:;", Florida feels safe, in the hand of and shipped to Mercer ocunty. bearing grove well located $40 per I '
anticipating the' influx .of win- ''it (They were assigned by lot at''actual acre; favorable- term. of payment: '
:
senatorial delegation.Itj GILBERTGROCERIES
FRED S.
present
ter visitors that are sure to crowd cost in Michigan plus transportation.The ,
: '
,i; , \the attractive spots of :Florida thisWinter. feels that no change,/'should .be made price ranged from f 190 to $350. NELR01V REALTY. COMPAMK 1

... ., I in1,its representation, because all else FOR BALE-Several thousand sweet
: ....,., \ , being forgot'arid put, behind, the INTERESTING, LETTER ,FROM potato vine for sale, crown from _
all pa planted, thl* :year. Porto Rico
? .'' The daylight;: saving law has, been coming next decade is-going to beone'whfch UENTENANT ,CALMcCAUGHEN Nancy Hall and Hundred, to the filL / ,
$1.00 per thousand or 26ct1 per
repealed to ,become effective:on\ '_October : will 'call for the most careful hundred. a. B. Wood all. 2stt.FOR1SALB1'.ingl..wagon '

g '1'' "'1st.,, nii* is some consolation. and able' handling hymen of experience (Continued from Page One) 1 dOublewagon

Y,+ : rhen 'your'' clock, e&mouhce.I.lx /'ability"'' and hor gty.', and or by working on tne roads, consejauently ; 1 -Sjaarda. colt: 1 11- :
t' most of the for Inch plow. H. 21.11.WANTED.To .
.'clock in the morning till' it look* men In;whom .,the natlonV' national people pay ; ,
" '? lawm.k'r.' have a'''confidence'' budded their 'wood 'working' on 'the road purchase ho"... Ploassgive .,
'
seven.-
l .:.like. .: ,| and the condition ,01. their road full description Aedre Box :
on the.test' of time "" i iI. prove this. system is a good-one. ',118. City -- :1C-st. ;,

_ ', Worlda terme1o ar.ii'tbeir::I |I. ;We'feel that"-to'make change in' It:.is a' pity that*;some ,scheme: tomovethe FOR .ALBJ-On.Emeron Typewriter, ,We''ore selling Good Groceries'', at.. live arid ,let:'
ptm'.DOW.G..at< juicy melonsirith the, senatorial ''representation next people .In the' destroyed model three 'visible. aa good a. new. .
I part' of 'BeJtrlum. France and, Loraine Apply Oaaette. tf. live prices.' If you' have not tried our store f
luscious;red heart 'dotted .with,,seeds year:, by! substituting -any,T even ,the Valley 1

'I. :tor) a-'touch of :color; and surrounded most'-able man I i>liforidafortSena;; \ these into this Germans part Germany back into, the and,,,counTrie move- FARMERS.-Send today for a free' Sam before, come in and let's set acquainted.. U ';,
> p1e'copy of the Florida Farmer and '
!; 1I.co 9 t :green ;rind.: "Can'you' .beat, tor Fl tchar' would be almost suicidal they have destroyed and mab Stockman: published at Jacksonville.Tell ? J;-;i-You'will: :'.become, regular; patron; :'f, ''Ji '.
,.
pT-fl'herd '," to tour ''interests'and. to..the ,welfare . them rebuild cannott be devised.' For about. llveetock ratalnc. d.ll'7.t *;

s Ltit.-\\' : of'tbe'state"snd'the: ;. South.. ' if' these- people;,.ha"e, been'.punished, : ,> fag Ingtwloe poultry a,month citrus at rait He, and 9r year-truck ,r. A 1t1'iOTE THESJRICESI. . ,. .;t ;& .2
: in anyway excepting i the loss-of' '. three year for'51.004 Only Ureetock '
jKow-hatstormrarevtaking their
M 1 7 iTh. longer. a stAte keeps cuch. tote men 'they do not how it,; for they ,and ceneral farmlna' paper >n, the Ft.atm; :, Tan pink Salmon, can _..__' ..20 ,
:r' customary vtoll of live in Northern 'a. 'Senator "Fletcher,'- the better'--for and 'data Write today: ;..:e- '
; aeemLb.ppy II,believe spend more J-s-r.: .4tL.ck= -Darlr'Red"Salmon can.iiii 80'
Col :.._. 1.80 ; i ; :
4 ,, ., 'and,, ,,Western state* it Isbwefenough :thecountry; and 'the') ..I'thrqDlcpolltleiana : time, in play than any/other Nation. FOR, .. BALB-Bcond-1ia.d* Fort ear Chile .
to;"remember'M,How"-thankful you !.re..: ; learn' that' the nationalrepresentatives1 Injuries to the'body are soon :forgotten attraetiyeJ prlc*.. Oaeaola. koto '.tt-l&l 1i.." 41b"nck' ---4t, 1.80 Con.Carne' 13, 2'for.Wilbey'i .25k ,
hX :: that hower not .. but .injuries soil ofone's ; Cow (07 Broadway.of Of DatcJ Cocoa;'Jb..._. .28'
doer tqithe
every' summer of 'an Iitsbsrasac, Loase'lo'ti; :;, pef'lb\.7;, %,
told that, menace;" Country 11" 1I8ft1' torcotten. ? L) >f / .rent., Apply to II. tb' ,. Com Flukes; 8 4 fQl'.2' :
redly ate froa ,'I'part .anor ;;Jtty There are thing which I 1walltLlxo; -.Ah Pancake Flour .. _. .I6' Toastlea
,
'W----_ 1 many { ( Poet Z..101' ,_.._ .2 O,. r

,., A'party: of',city'officials: .and t:: 'prom'iaent .;; pieju l>etter dia"ana'political'change will H lsr for ,tbe'politipans, and the would country i like, .lId to"'its tel people) you:but about>> \): as 't"this am FOR cleared-and BALI-Eighty.under :fence ao....;S It acre acre In* Oat, :MeajJrT; : -, f. '.-'I_.,..,.t'.28 Shreaded Wheat,; pVg' .....i.' .1

men'''from .of : ', not scribe I fear 'rt / > Picnic Ham lb:.:.__.:.::..:_...... .a r'
tf, ; .onf jthe'neighboring Jor the state' *! a I should make myself bering' orang grove: fi.00 worth. Black Eye'Peai, lb.. 9c, 8 ,for ..25"Nj '

,',,- 'eltie*(made strip ,Kissimmee .| )Iio business i '''Organization ''changes *misunderstood. ut,,:yben',1.r.- 1 1 ,I of room, bonwani-kitchen.*** timber. on v tract'..Ato'head'of } f a.45 r1 ,)<.;gABt; 2 tft i ....:..; .25 SUced Ham/Ib ;:!;:;....._.:..:: '.&0
1 thisweek-tl1-ln.peet'the hard road turn,home I will try and'tell you of '' cattle and a good bunch of No. Snowdrift, .,..._,_. 2.'No. .
j Uma! Beans ,
:years lb15c..2 fort .25 ;
hMdatI'H1'7 ''few' few : .
Jepartmccnt ; a things have t.amed <
i f.- i ', regarding range bog M on the rugaFarmifdg '
j JaJhlTidiKy.andthe.'stre; ; ;; : f. :;.PSF ,- merely l bcanseaomeon*- -want' a the systems'of: German Government tool.' and Implement, ; Eo- vPest Bacon -.;'.. .__. ; .88 4'1 Snowdrift ..;.,,,;;_;._ 1.25.
here.. = Bated near Kenanevllle Price '','00. 2 .Qt, Fruit' : Jar ;
dosr.rrr140
ink This d\7.ia taking foremost .Her . .
\ ew:man to-have.the.Job/Ay.bnsl. and'policy. system i. ; halt cash balance term te suit. B. Arbuckle. Coffee,, .lb. .___ '.85 '
in tb.'ranks' ; gated but her heart :is,bad. One'weuld k.n.n..nI'IL/ alE-tf "v 1 Qt- Fruit''' Jar.: doe- ._..
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place of Florida *'" W. Ga" ; : 1.t9
until .
.. HOOM'
a ,.organlxaWon bunt ;they + White Coffee, tt ;' .&0, :.
Itcomes I . ,. ? {riPt::,Frui Jar.f do. .
I ..town when: to l.the paving P h*ve'found the man fitted and anited ". ". S nat.Coffee1IbI'-r.-rr( ; ( __ .so t ....:'...,; '

1 .-atSjm.; . ;t .... ,.1M.t>t. a ir3 e:,t" :I department,' adthen.theyrjce:; p J(.. .# ." ( to .:..Ir :,ij 1 . ._ .. .No C :1 Tomatoes,:can lOc, 8 for ..25' < DRUGS

On 'Jnly thefirst school him'there for the nse'lie",can be and .No. .2 Tomatoes,, 2 for..._*. v25J Turpentine--per.bottle: '_ .,. '.10.

'. a ''sttendamo/7wSUabecopooeffeetife.and compulsory (his 'asset that he ls to'fBel>usnesI.f{ I 4 t :: to ;Sped the: :Suminier "Cat.upper'J bottle-.:..__......' ".14 Camphor,'per bottl..:Le-.:., ,. .

I t t Government', :a s XN 'ae ;gallon _:U"... '.18 'Cutorta.per"bottle'. : :.80
al} healthy chlldreh Running they {.Ji* ". r'OQ .,.i..;._ ,,
R t .:L .of Mven and sixteen betweenytb.ageav wilt be: s quired;! business.} 'Jt' is big 'bnslneisf and.'itcall'for ''i.'r, r avoid i ; A' IIf I--.t- Thread/ spoolIYLI.= ' : :.:"' .....'" ,,.05- ,Salphur,'PP' p1rc.: ........: _;..":_ .05

thevery, beat .f eotperieneed you wouU, the.. /tireJOPle. ..exptnwYt. journey to. the. Tuntain No. ;i2 Peat be .... Epsom' .05
i i. to attend! ,school. ,The ,exception* totill .f rr- f "; tj.w): ": ;:;; ; .IS ,SsJt-per.pVg.,.+..._ .,

'' ails ntwttaarpoiin,. who have business 'men '
: Florida'haa; business "- - r'tl> '"" | - j'.acbee'He.v7 Machine Oil ,
''eompletei/tiie. grammar'iehool those places v .a great / ; *- ; 8yrnp; .ii..i24 per'bottle'; ?__ :.201

:- : ..e.,'. "irhoieervices. are ',to' the experienced ,.manin ,Us :..aforena.; 'cnviroment in' a"comfortable, kome,,wept by- eooling'Culf, 'f breezes, ., Peaches, aUffrnl.,,,.',.*.....- ,.85 .Swj et Diaper; bottle ,.1'I ,,
i ,&ecessary: -, -, -- - -- .. **? .' .- -* > --} "
r 'support of'widowed nfothers W have'torahip.,, forida'ahould"t'f.; 'him 'v f: : .i.ir.whytnot ; ;- : v. .:ApI1 ot1.'h..". Ayrtrp,'_,.r,., .82 ,;Carbolic"Acid, per' bottle ',.....,> ,.1';
., .
.
,4e- then. w" t .,. .... 3 'x -i 11, Grated'Plne.ppl.rt.a.: ..::,_ .30 Sweet Spirit Nitef.-botUe. ,141 "
semi other' person, dependent1. upon . .,' f...#..)" I t "'.. ; ', J -
t j |And'furth.r.v Florida'' should *ot I. .Sliced ,Pineapple.! can '___J .80 '
them foipi support. Florida i look .a: :. ri' . r. jFEEW
_ putt' permit its busI usiepresentativeIn! Can Pumpkin ..NoFiah /.:.. '....-_, ..11JtrautBo '9aa 11b.' f
.. ; step forwardwhn, that law "C ii' e' 'to' t learwater ' ,. rG. *es+, ."f.. .._'S.!!:
Congress to be ..
r ". aaaecLt ., 1 unduly, iOr ,without > . ; ; S. ':' '18 Shorts. Be t"I00.b.;" % :_. 8"'"- '
? -i' I cause, disturbed every eleetlon '.tenD. , r.. FlaVe. _.__-1 .12 -
f : t '10.' :\j\A. puller.of 'editor* .slid''bwineu It;sboul4 make,It a rule:that once,in; ,. "<1)0) ;> :; '" .. "' ', :'All1 Pickle', b6ttler, ._._....? .14 Velv eti B.anr' Meal t100, lb;,_.: 2.951)

F, ,manager'of 'the representative 'dally : o long a*;>< man .continue.in"Influence.abi .1t) pin .ljyit:I ; its beautiful ,liady.ittreeU,' its.milest'of."seaslloreanagni6centathdg :, French :Mtard,' bottle..'.,. :..14Darkey Cott i1',Seed ItfeM, ,4* r.i.J' '2.15: '

paper*' of."f norld.dnet'at' Daytona ityind ..oftbe'nltion"and.hln *. ; 'beaches'with) : 'aO the. .: accompanying tractions. splendid ,fi.Ringboating :- **' Dre..In,...'.. ..;.". .14 t--PuJp .'....:;..;.._ _, 8XSHay.lOO
.
rt .Beach recently to form' an aaaoda. f.llgwi in,the national ..' ,Smith Premier, ,;>, -..-_.*i_, .8 S ;1bs; ''_: .. ._. .8.00

tioa"wblcn ha*"
i bringing! before: /the'''national!i advert,/ frown upon ,and''discomge''"' ;the'at. 'mined J '-)ilome2; ..'. rooms,-- aud7lorkttcconjm. \ odailons'are: > iurpn.locJ-low., ,;: i*:Tnmblert: r,..-:. 14 ,. 104-lbetti.e; ,,. 1.76r _,__ f

r tiers, of;[the.,, DOrth'to.: :wonderful tempt:of any'u4' erery outsider. ;to, J ' .. '. ,, '

.. -' field1 Florida offer In the, advertising break ln> Tampa '.Tribune. - 'Wll't.ue, ' for. .further'mfornataoa. .. or, better 'still. ,',come, and lee, ,,..what.. '
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I Jlne; f.Good'enough., -The'-rtate ha QVRcit" ,have: to 'offer. r *
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fc'"'> ';r.t, bct'abir'bi'a' a There 'will \be preaching service t at .---- , :1 .r ', ,,I' . 4, .i Phone >4l!:, 422 Broadway' ... .i
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the church at Shiifgie Creek on SmkY' 13 ,[IIf'I'! I QUICK'SALES ANDSHALLPIlOFITS' 1/
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I, IJ- Lawon;>.,"''Gas,' 26c.- : ;the i iIf : aaaji. .the.appeal..forto, .s -. I 1'' "
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| Weather J> Gladys;'Lesley will be' seen at the I j ... a. JUrYII A tree. that I; JooIIIt'FataGsd., *.".,airlifts |
}RepeorFolluw1ng'.re "A".Stitch, > :W i('" ::1A tfi' "' w ''the lot In view' but'Mr.; Stanford! kAnd her-leafir arma' ta amgr;
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.. .- Cisino.Wedneadiy'nextIn' t r- :; thti.i* the quiet t aeasoaof( with Abroad" vUien" I and ,optlmUtio f' A' t l adI6t.-r:.....
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Matlnis,7, ''::. : 'light 8sl5 ,.the ,year. some activity'. t. '**en inrealty mind,, referred to.Jusaimmea.ffreat. {
Is" ,That tVelvetma Face Cream. Try v : -arofaDAYrcoMwTalrha..In. .J. circle*," and '. need-a city park. What memorial ?'b ice/ :ftf. !, A1, ei
daily tempers*' ,it fr' -*ale. by Central Drag Store. .' eoUI&'Y 'eltna,"groves changed ); J ..' .. .make .
OF .." could be more. beautiful,;more. .. ..; ,O iy <3ttI can a thmta.
HEART
tuna and precipitationa M reported . Vjl fcPhatter made'' business trip T1HB1, this ..weekv, 4, : .i. O.L V. > l-|
.' r: ;) a ]JVIlllZm. Duncan' lath WE1'T07-1'1.04.ot . h r than a Upad u>.' shady yajease .nppw .
:;::, by Government stattoa ( On: Monday Wood aol f hi _
: io Osteen-this! week; returning homeTuesday. -_"''JiJll MAN .t>F MIOHT.1 I Tyner <: *
'i at Kisslmmee fo- .be.week -d.., :J ". Fprtf,, 1IUCHV..klyj eight 'acre grove lust east of Kisslm \ .. ' ,. ... .. . __ w. .. f,
) Ing Thursday, June 26, J818:. : M.; HaH.. 'of the Westeija; Unton 'TL'ECOATBin 'mee known"as the Old' Mann Bass. :I "
''D. Rhotee toTHE -
/
"Moae" I It
place, to Johnson.
Mat MIn. Rain [ made a business trip' De- ;"
.__ '. t.OVBllALL | Mr. Tyner* then ,bought..the Brat! '
Thursday
69 Land Monday. ;: j '
? /90 4 = '
-. .: M. : ._ Mias.&atrk. .Hiltonoi VM' .: .ton-Gulce grove.'a Splendid ton-acre I !-y
___ .Friday c .; . 10 *- I. ale .In tract at Shingle Creek. Mr. Tyner ;:
Saturady ,...._ 95 71 1.10Bund'y 'man. ,1* the guest of her brother .'f "A STITCH IN TIME. does not intend to It yes on'. his proper.I : ,B19H'IEM.NT ,
E. Hilton sndtarnilyrfor, : an extended ' !!QU & ;Jeff In
*.___? 92., 71 'j '1HIII JitlEL'L' OAJo(1II." 1ty but bought, It;aa. an investment.,
visit
.
I
Monday _____. 92 75 ...30Tuesday .. ? I l 'TIttmSDATCtoorv I :
? t.I ,Attorney and :Mrs. G. w; Fox have -j
NORMA IS A PRINCESS
?,...:.. :85 '71 .21 'returned from their old home In *"Watch N'a OHm OVER.* 4 g rl* ;

Wednesday __.. 88 72 Knoxville Tenn*, where they. have Harold Loyd. In TrtHJ WOODS" '' I ._AND A SHERIFF NOW I ,
?
BACK
'4.00.0..00..... . . . made a pleasant, visit. 'ChriaUanthureh I FRIDAY.TO Jfl/V JPOVRTH.! During the past, couple of months.,

t'. .0.0'1 I Both.'next sermons Sunday at will the be' on the "C$A8HINO ml htl.t THROUGH seven\ rceU TO'thrilling, BERtINTTh Norma star Talmadge has, ,had the two distinguishedSelect honorary : House Dres i;nd1

subject Glorifying God. 1 .Cor.. ever Patrlotlo fllmcd.Education from authentic;In WarHlmtory, scenes titles conferred upon her. No longer i ;. .


.i,: I ITEMS OF A WEEK (I 8:20.children Mr'and'Mrs Everybody of' Miami.' E.welcome P.arrived' Fripp, ;In and*'their two i,I Fatty Gaumont"'Arbuckle'FATTY'8'Tnl1b'WIF1II..I-. .aAT"RDAY'Violet In' + ? /'may Ie Talmadge Norma..now. .be plain or:called the Miss.latest;Deputy Talmadge-Princess Sheriff; she I BungalowAprons. ;> . rt : :


I car Saturday ,lor'' a -brief visit with Palmer Norma., j ,
You can buy gasoline at F., H.I w.'J' Fripo and family. They returned .. . ."InOINOER..". ,. I She acquired ,the 'latter title'' on anJ .

Lnwson's: 26c per gallon, each. homeWednesday.- 1 Ninth. THE Kt>1.ocJ SILENT. of.MYSTERY," .]J Indian' reservation called IdyllwUd!. Ladles Dresses, ; .<* ., ; $2.50'.. .if

1 J. E. Maddocks of Mount Dora wa.1 I[" Mr. DeWilton Alderman returnedto Mack. Sonnet Comedy, In'California;.where her latest Select Bungalow ' '
Ladies
in town on a'business mission Wed.. ,the city Tuesday from Kissimmee]I THE PCLLAiANBRIDE., ." *- Picture. "The Heart of Wetona"wai 1 *. ;. Aprons :, ,,, '\. ..2.50: ..

nesday. : i I wher"he went last week. Mrs.. Al-j,Comlnr. July '18th:' Tb..dr..at KaslmiV -' being filmed.. In which she is prtsent--; Misses Dresses - . ..!. 88 t .
-
Hear those St,. Louis Blues on.''derman and daughter accompaniedMr. In' "ETB FOR EYE" ed by Joseph M. Schenck at the Cast-! : ,, $2'EOa'D :: : .3'

The New Edison. i Alderman "here.-OkeecfcobeeNews. . I' no The.teron Monday. The Indiannatives Children: Dresses 1.OOinq"; .'''.' 1'.e1WWWr.' ",
J. R.. Donegan. on* of Narcoossee' : I' The beautiful.ohio Walls on "The: of Idyllwild were so fond of .' : ; : ,;
cattle was business visitor [ A p.rt.of'ft.en'.fn five air'ships Phonograph .with a SouL" "ir fine. Norma that before she left the reservation . Ladies'Mlddle.taree, -&iaiillilit2.'d0: to .t,2',
Thursday.kings a from Carlstrom field landed. in Kissimmee Central, Drug Store.. Agent. they', held a large celebrationIn > ,.- ....f.,. "....... ... :J..,., ...J

.. Today at the Casino, 'Theda, Barra,.toJte'forJacksonville'Monday.,morning on a while recruiting en!I Mr.. C. E. Hilton and two childrenisited the her tribe honor1. .and .made her ,princessof WhiterVoile Wiiste, y.i.Io'I': >:z; 'i .'. , ..,. ." .

In "The She Devil l* .)' expedition. "Theyenjoyed: : a'' the Hilton" family in Lough-1 t tI On'"f 'recently Sheriff Mitchell of ',silk StripeVoile, .Waists'' 'liCbm } ( t'

Mrs.'G. C.. Allen arrived home last plunge. in', the municipal swimming man. ,, Saturday. ; ,* Queens'.coontv made M1.. Telmadtq .... r a.Y jl 6t' I
night from 'Kluimmae.LakelandStar pool i while-here. In the party were: I n..,...A. R. Larrtck made business a dettutv sheriff. )So with the titles : n.'". #t! ..
Wednesday. Lieutenants Ferguson, William, trip to Kissimmee 'on. ThursdayJantCityjCourieri. "- .of sheriff and princess t. Miss Tal- \,. : M'v.<.I.. .. '" .... ,,- ')} ,:'
. "Crashing vTbrough to Berlin," a,''Manrelman. Wolfej. CronauJftc1 34r.-., .. It:;::::SH.: ;.;! ma.UreI smllln< ..- oes' on her r Town I and See; 'YOII; 1i i.' .
.
-- -r; *lnielywarpicture: ,- wiU.beahorynatth. 'geants' Sadler. and"Davis.: 'j p 1 Miss Orpha 'Rose U' the guest ofMn. sweet wav -of being-" / .Fopularmov-i' l ." -- ..... . .. -'1t'Hl'.efJ.Q.' fi ''iI .
Casino July 4th. I j'I There will be unusual'' interest'In Ernent\\Mschat, Daytona' Beach tugl ''picture star.: .'" .. .. ; I ,
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Max Krits left last
ron, Ohio where he is employed in I Fraternity. Hall, next Friday night.I, Miss Dorothy :Wells spent .the MUNiaPAL SWIMMiT. PfOI.POPW.ARTBESE' .' :\ .

". the Good Year Tire Company.The ., ;The class of ten or twelve willfinish weekend .....th. Miss' :'JBJeatriees Hilton>n. ; : DAYS , !, ." "'1'-. :: :.. .\ ," It.. )ht'< ,. "t ,

complete Velvetina line at by taking the 'third degree.be held The. at her 'hol'l\4l'ln''U; >uirIunan.j'J' :VI : : municipal swimming" ... . ., . _.
,. Central Drug Store.: , ., !. semi-annual election will Mrs. Van t.forraD'-left"Wedne.d'" The pool -- -- -
1?. 'Wielder was in town last Friday And Past Grand T.. J. Woodall- and fir shortvisit !with, heparents ,at.'xt.almme.okeechobee arrow more and ,more popular a* the ,

in the, Bureau interest, with of ,th, ...Alkahest Lyceum in.,''Past a Grand special W...pantomime H.*Coleman will All render Odd a 'News. public-enjoys m sanitary.#he.pleasure'of.an plunge: .without: .absolutely .'.0 .t" .., .o.o. ,.: o.ooo.h. +!o. .,. o. ...o. ._Ot. } OH! 0... A

Atlanta. headquarter" I i Fellow* urged'to be present. I' Dr. Cannon the "Osteopath, has'moved. motoring mile .to some beacht. .: : 'Ii I II II It
In the V.lley'z1tte': Bldg.
A two inch stream of waterflows "
Mr C. H. Grant ham children I- Misses Cecelia Overstreet and Elsie 27-tf pure.. "
and Office hours 2 to 6-6 to 8 p. m. into the and :
RICE
pool 'constantly a
left Saturday' for- points in Georgia Norton will leave next Mondaywitha. Babeock left "*"; ;
thin I Mr. and Mrs. George two inch stream leaves the bottom. .
where they will visit relatives for the a. of ) ladies from ,California .' :
Monday for Atascadero week evenings
for delightful ..ix'.week' Once ft on Tuesday ,
of the state a
ummer. I.part where they intend making their the pool IB emptied of water and left II
will spend sometime
They
trip.
Miss Lillian Harris has returned at Chautaqua N. #., then visit home. all day Wednesday for the' .sun to ."
from Winter Haven where, she has I Miss Celesta Moseley has returned 1 shine on the surface. '
been the guest of friends for. a'pleaaant ''N.Toronto Y., ,with C.nadlrand posublv Niagara a trip up Falls the, home from Mary.yme.renn.. MissMoseley The athletic associationtinder 1 \ Rice'wlll' be retailing at 'I5c', '', I ,

vsit. ,Hudson river. On their return they graduated from that Institution ; whose direction it has beenplaced. in' less 00 :
Mr. and Mrs. G. W.. Best returned will stop at New York city. Atlantic this year making the four has installed shower baths in the Casino per pound than', ?.,m,, '1

Wednesday from Daytona Beach, City. N. J and Washlnsrton. D. C. 'year* course in three year. annex and I* having lockers ; days ,We have beautiful{ '. "' ; :
where they had been enjoyfng a few .Miss C. V. -Tatting of Plant City will I Miss Eleanor Moseley expects to built to accommodate the bathers. .. \ '
I. head ,
days' outing 'chaperon the party. lease! next Monday for New York The association is developing other .' 'wbo1c'graltt:; trlco"wo7.-,: *! f
Joe Johnson who has been- inFrance where she will ''enter the summer plans to afford amusement. for Kissimmee ""wlll's ll"i ;
with an army engineering I Manager Woodbeck of the Ca.'noh.a school at Columbia University. She,. people by providing tennis ," .. i .' '. : I z
corps, arrived home hav- a novel wad of advertising "The will make ttte trip from Jacksonvilleby courts! on the Graystone lawn and In 1- .
leg been honorably discharge. from Man of. Might. The Fifteen episode boat. the vacant lots adjoining of the Inn. : : \'tSilt: : "" (; '
the service.G. serial with William Duncan as and her1 I I I These''cotarU wilK.be open.' to .the ;>\ rday'Special - ; 11c,
I
the star that begins Monday. He has Mrs. Magdalena Hessig public and will supply a long 'felt .. \, I
M. Sherouse sailed from Brest visiting >(
of beans 'on display and has grandson. Hansel. have been r4
France, on the U S. S. Imperator on a jar Miss Martha want among the young people for ,,: : .
} placed money of different denominations their daughter and aunt amusement of this nature. : : :CASH AND CARRY ,
June 12th. Mrs. Sherouse left this .
week rq ,
throughout the beans ..0'that Hessig;for the past ten '
week i,to .visit his parent at Goyton some of It i. visible. He will rive They have now returned to their KISSIMMEE MAY ', r AttY '
Ga., and will remain there. pending* 'tMt, jar to the patron Monday ;that'gUesses home in .New York city. ' HAVE f" t quantity',from oalio'mio, ;
arrival. f ..,,.. .. .
his .
ALYCEUM'COURSE'Kissimmee
f .t"/o.
ext and "
the amount, a season I iambi Hers W left last Tuesdayfor .
thousand "
rg
3.J.. McCranie and fantIIf'leTt 1 I l'it, at" .
eoiaodesof .
I yeiterday ticket to the fifteen Petersburg Va., to attend the six '
in their car for Madison, the serial to the person who guesses week's summer camp there. H. will niayThave\ a. iycenmcourse \ ... <
where they will f visit relatives. Later nearest the amount.Messrs. return to Kissimmee before enteringthe 'next season, for the board of :
I, they expect to go on to Georgia and I Hiram Platt E. 'Kouwen University at Gainesville for his tra'de now has the matter under advisement ; j ''

spend a while visiting relatives! in [Hover and Charles P. Sln&letonJ.iof second year in that ,institution c.and hope to ;work, ,,"out the .1' . :. ;"*riYbPj4 '' ,
details.
that state.Mr. 1 :
( 1. '" '
and Mr*. Harold Smedal and Melbourne representing the visited Melbourne I': Segt. Ralph Turn r. Private. Joe j i(I, R. C. Wellder; representing 'the .. -j
of Commerce *
t baby of Atlanta, are visiting Mrs. the Chamber Wednesday...., These. Prevatt and. Evans Berberwho have Alkahest ,.Lyceum Bureau of. Atlanta.was . : y A
.SmedaT.. parents,.Mr.. and ,Mrs. Spier city on 'mschinterestedin'a .been. with the'American Expeditionary ; , in townFriday. and addressedthe
gentlemen are very Forces in France,' returned home meeting on the subject. The
of this city. Mr. Smedal 1..em ploy. proposition to build abridge \\
"* Sunday and seem mighty "glad to board of trade appointed a Iveramcommittee.
ed by the government in the Vocational Indian
from Melbourne across the eee the old town and their relatives. .
Educational .department. W. B. Harris; A. R. N '
This '
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beach and' ocean.
i Mr;, J.i Bronson n<>tored 'to,;Orlando river will be to good the- news' to thepeople of and ,friends again. 'son and Sam L. Jnpfer, with' the understanding
her I A solid train of fifteen, cars of'steer that i If some satisfactory
to spend a few hours with St. Cloud Kissimmee and Orlando:
.
1J1 'made with
daughter. Miss, Roberta who is in, ahospital land will add to the value of the St. : passed through Wauchula arrangement.. co loLb-
going from Kissimmee to>Mana rr J. Woodbef* qf.tfllno. tarr
there. Mrs.Bronson was CloudMelbourneHighway, which(Wednesday
{, ..Fort Myers and while they were not Tneate.-, to, DC, th.t bn"dln ti
accompanied by Misses Alberta Hop{according:. to the present l plans would '
then 'attraetinr.'could( ) be selected
"- fat,they'were l in good condition and
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-
.aon and Irene Ingram" -, 1 < :: only' go'as far"'asrMeibourne ?The
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move six .of this bridge win the showed the benefits of having been and other t4-t"n. settled "
Rull Bassis'prepiring to building carry .
I 'T1'r' etlne. ""' .. ."'vld"ld I'.tweenronsiderino
I ,hundred bead' of cows and heifers, public straight]to the ocean in. about, dipped.-Advocate., ,, Wauchula. \ ; the Jvwnm' nne. -fowF. "n"JI"t.I"
which he: recently purchased 'from two .hours': and ,a half.; There 'areabout'Oftycott.geeote'tIAe'beachl I A. L. King .has; been supplying the : ", t" ,.ry'rte l f...."' 1>.eeldent... -
BAM. & Phillips and> about three a Kissimmee. and 1 Orlando i markets the .'f!., St ..*!ord. who boa t"et.tnrn'e4 u t '"11I :
'hundred head of,,sheep 'to vthe St' hotel 'and' a number, of street U part 'few ,weeks with aome".pl.ndld, frnm'.6e .meetinc of tea .Cent' ''1 + ", "

John's marsh near Melbourne.. It la will also" give. winter :visitors- the watermelons. mown at Ms place just .P'oridn. Hi**>w'. >_nop''1etlC>". ,arid
,Mr.' Bass'idea to" ..calves arthftt' leacH ra chanee'to"se'sometbing"ofthe across the lake;', Mr..Kincr plantedtwo "the'".not-f; f W.:U. "."" ..i.:who; ,r",
place to be marketed, as veal'-- interior of the state Instead. of acre in ,melons but'' the, recent; res..nt d the.bord of trad- ft an ..4- :
..Thrill..ot,tho"deathdelyingviri.tythat .-. going either1 north or ,south a*, they heavy 'rains brought the lake'. up to vcrtlslnomeeting' ,at' Jacksonville IlILuj: .
; . .
I -. stand out on the scren a* the have been in{! the habit-of doing'sim; where ft'verecl, (about half his last week, "' ?9
Teal thingf thrill that make folk ply because there wasN.no other way, patch. The remaining acre has done -

I I grip their. seats tighter and" catch: ,. to go. ,The.beach is now reached bya plendidl. howeverand; ,he has sold 'MATNFRS'.T1:aCHEpt Oi 19t. ,........
their,breath. *These rare the thrill ferry 1IhlVt.ia a dowsed) 'mor.or: over :S400 wfcrth 'of melons and has 'attended''thesocial _
; less expcBsiv.' pearl
"that. Injected into everyacene : .
) are; . .. .. ... . Wedn.aday'J1I.tt at the Chap ......
d int Vicagraah'a vrroatsst: ff all' t. c' Lacy Johns'whowtISerweant.'tee Uousf was an, enjoyable 'aU.ir.Kra. ..,....

adventure :S serJls; R"11. Mane of;. ---- Mator, In the ,A. E:'F* returned home I : G.'W.' Best, president,'presid-
"
:;Migbt. wd' with an honorable, discharge this ed. .Th..hort'mualcal program consisted rni
.
: TheodoreEitey, who w.a'with the week and will spend a" two'week' vacation of a piano. solo by Mias' 1 Adah 'l'ea--oiriefimea'
Canadian army in Russia| for six Why: :Nof'Buy with ,his.'oarenta. ''Lae ". .is Wagner. Violin and ,piano,, duet,.by
month returned to Kissiramee last one of the boy ;who has "made good" Missea Mary '.Tiller and ,Carolyn .
,. [night,' .having been mustered 'out Of when .the ,country. ailed." and.his Fripp.>> waster James Earle ,Lupfersang Theo dfiRa- ,
the service .at, Kingston Ontario, that NEWEDispr :friend. .h.. has. matched 'with, pardonable "The Ginger Bread.Man."; .. : .4 m )0,
.,' about three weeks ago.il. was stationed pride and muchptea.are I I. lira..'J: E. Lupfer/gave- a musical 1I1"I 9 e.
'at Vladiv6stock7" Ruisla, with r. his advancement. He will resume monologue,..-"Oat 'to> JOld ,Aunt A ssaa a aya ea e.att* a waSe apeadktcas dear ha aaraa ,
'. (rnard-unit, guarding British store his. datie. as.nrivate' *. aecretll rv tConrr .Mary.. .ba' her'' ,charnchriatieallcharming i -seea, ar *ve. >efere he fete it-and kavt a 'HsMcatacIL'Tae
.\and German and Turkish prisoner : ..sman.,'Se...$..at the. -clo..' of . manner )In. ,Lupfer .al. bat
L
I .off'iifit'eii.rij41a11ttV
vaabsauy '
Rev.' W.I iA. Myer and family of his visit hen. ::, > : jways'touche* the heart so' sweetly .

I :,Tampa; stopped a' few.hours herewith '. '' 'M1s.'H.. old time friend Saturdaywhile 5' this week. from her* nephew. Edsrar her art. ,She 'wad most pleasingly I .r
,
en route in their tear. for Colombu .3 3'Tornorrow: ?:'I' Bryan;' who'"t.tt' here*aKnat two/''accompanied. b)"'Mfaa' Lucy Buckles.I "*
.Ohio- where they will spend'severall week ago for',Cincinnati. 'He' stated I An Informal. discussion was led.by P t a1r to:
"' wa* a, former : I helpful talk from Messrs JL"C. tintela .
month .Jler. Myer that ,h*;;haft mad a.rr*".*mentr to The threw-eff l jpeadiaV
pastor of the. M., E. 'Church"and his You've been planning to ...yt: enter. the University nf Cincinnati for 'Stanford,-D, Wagner and,Rev.: W start by 'SepasKia jarfia faHe, each 1I..wtIda

', .mission: Columbus is connection ,tit .for&"...>tbs--ever 'aiace, yen 'course in ,electrical engine.ring. H.-Coleman.: .... Mrs-. Hews"'on"matt.matter.. ; w .
.
+ kew
BMch.aare capTartaJla .. .
r fwith\ the Missionary- Centenal'f"wort. beard it last,time at friend's This I.i ''a :co-opernHve,',institution. and'others 'gave a. see < ..
Mr*. Myer and children wfll'visit house.' ..Remember what yon 1 where the> bin are allowed to cork Members ofttha ("*-' ** tOkT. ,d.p den Wyss'wffl fat as W fciSrtTewTaad! Tear,i" ..' .
I' ,
'relatives, near 'that city.. -taalclf- A s out their tnifon; and board. E''car dub f'S Mvtwwoideals down. t40 's .:., 1 ', "
'.' 'Mr. and Mra. C. M.:Fraiure;dangh-- -Really It.. ueredible: I'' said >e had.arread taen acreotHasa << ,. equally paramount. for which I ,
her Alice and.sons 'Lamar,'and Hoyt' '.eo.i. 1 swear Anna Case was a ' right.here la the room. I dotft I O'hf.b.ffI en..qoecf creative center :tor' the .younc peo. y
arrived from Miami >y he.wip'he
in the city : Jt t ,
': afternoon for s brief r: doubt their claim about the, in .1. ctNcal'wnrk'onder'the'auspice.of'the ,,ple;\th.otherf.morJal, : fer thoa.l. .'' la
auto yesterday BHarrria.Theyan tone teet-Uhat".yea can't: tell' .. Who p.,. thelrr'Una OD the,. x F ,
visit wlth'MrsndMrs.: ;on-thair.wayto W/! Indian ,. .the'..livingartist, from.,.the..iwstrusent Universky. : .France.JTbese.are. + 1
. when hear thentogether .matters'"which.. J* 1 i .
, outing. The yea CHRISTIAN CHURCH ,
Ga to spend an 'y
Spring xr
.
will be discussed: In
'of; I ( ,f T. I hoped daily ev
'Franrea lire :formerl.reldents.-thi, I Rcnenber, hew the>evening HsOOr: (: uhdar s cbooti. f7:16..Y hpus.holE''until. definite shape .
, Kissimmee, having moved front ;12.00-.s.rmon.: .
'
'I'
, number .otj* n +to-! ,11."r-O. your friend play appeat. f ,
toMiaml) .
a .
slty:. ._ P.4L.O.E be--elulrbae-interviewed the --- -KI&SiMME-H
;;ed-oneReCreetlooafterr. : ; sPrays J' owner -
:",.\ .. Mr. and Mr.. B. Bryan returned "otheFl' r-- :- .1 ; ; of 'the.: lot ,which' Join the',Chapter
home Tuesday.front an extensive trip, '.. Why delay,aay 'lonrrT,.:Why meeting sjaeh Wednfesdaevening" House, hoping that reasonable ,term A '
.
through the north and west," having ", pot hate the New Edison aeat! at aao..L. 'A:..s. .each Thurs and ultimate purchase may 'be aeeompllshed RESOURCES rseOto, eo ., It. J Y'yibll uoo oig.I
been absent:from the city about six out'tosorrowu; *a surprise to' .< : : A.Thls .

;week ,They''visited.,Richmond. ,' Philadelphia .- your' family' If 'yotf '_'t feel I'I'Iik. day.Junior.I : h' Sunday at ::4:30pw is thought to bean ..xeeilent1oi '
New Work,' Detroit Chicago .paying....fallow*:caniar* C'l.'ea: *" ation for a' community hall and a aim aaj DDr.ct.ilj; ,
Cincinnati'. and'' Loutrills./ On ; for at inter frymnasinnu Th"-Hart.Memorial la- ", f .
payments Ladles' each ,
reaching; :, Detroit' they, purchased. a ,. ..range..1Yoa' gal" nothlag 'by.,de- .1. Younp . -Circle meets. die*, realize: the' inadequate pro'POI'oUona C. A. CARSON,'PrnWeal.. U.KATZ a ,&,L;Wi'8Lv > ;. .
second .. ,
.
01' new Ford ear right: out of the 'JctoU-I 'la11a : -U.-.t.wear,oat,you : Sunday .. .:.of. ,the..Chapter.*UbnThU ... ---+ +-' J Il.. Jl ?FOR>I Q.iai+t' -
I- ''Rlc 'C"W; ;:$ m..t$7Ui.r Way '
which they drove to Ch ca ro. I 11m.,.. It ,".l1U outliveoe.! : building will .oon..f'.Deeeaalty. be
non I.. Dayton CinrfnnaO.LouIsvilleand la',each month) : enlarged. The beautifying'of them ,N.R CARSON; 's 'M. ,

thence on home..Mr.'Bryansaysthey { 'I Church Board|melt* 'flint Sundayafternoon Joining' lot* by ,tree: : planting andtennis I r c i ARsoN, ,,., nr'' 3MINGe '
Store
trip. and found Central..Drug court .would make, an "4
had delirhtfol, 1riotl.th.. . ;surely .
"' the aeetlont, which they,vi.itedt' a ,each,, t; ,N, G BWth. *EcL LESLEY, i ,
":fl .. condition He lays Agents' Ton are. cordially ,ID.ltecI.to. . our For' 'R.eDtTwo.ltmdahe flata, NrAbRYTJCitSti Dirctilrs.' '
highly the Ford properon f4et rr,lis now t tum g out i "., . 7 et cervices}, '. . with modern eou nlenelst Vf... :B. yt :

:. car*',at the :rata. \thrn' .' thousand Ilitf.w.. :: .O.'Coleman-. ,-Putor.. Harris,:OazatU. office.: .,'i oj'f, ,88-tf., '
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III".". Biliousness,..Loes "of ;Appetite' aw.Headaches. OSCEOLA COUJNJY NEWS SERVICE L'AMdNSPECT* '.. I .. ."
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Dairying-the .object moat Impor 'STARTING A BERMUDA PASTURE I . : 4I1d5wY

l can'. I*;made 'profitable\ by: pur- tant"creation now" in in the Osceola advance eount7-dalry"work of I{I| What about your Bermuda pas TAMPA '''MAN DECLARES :*THAT ,..\ ,
and '. .
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chase "of 'good boar 'penning'. \
cows dairy barns, ..milking": houses tureT Do you have .oneIt it .,yaJ-.. DRECO RELIEVED HIS RHEUMATISM I'.. M
i' feeding bin and bringing sows and silos, are being planned for the nable adjunct to the livestock bust ''
; for .,,ylee. First-class: Duroe-. dairymen, and farmers going into ness,, and plot,; farmer should 'have AND CLEANED OUT r .
from association. It Ii 'well "' a'good sited: of grass for ..um.mer. HIS BLOOD. .1
to
,, Jerseys., al1.ae-e.,,both. sexei, milking > ; fall real, ,
1. consider' the- plan for'the dairy and gracing. And right now :
same ,
} registerd'ltock,. tor !sale: at'11tt1. the when is a' good time of the year ,to"star ,"For four 'eaJ'llI have/suffered with I
good'housewife fruits
cow as ) of citrus
The'production ;
,
,y ,n nero neat'price*.! she expects' company and 'the- homecoming the grass, says J. 'B.< Thompson forage stomach liver and kidney trouble J

r Ranch of the children.- Food pro- : crop specialist at' the Florida My food'would' ferment in my atom; -," Is a fine art the mcstrhighly de- '
; Spring Garden duction, 'stores, laid up and all provision !.Experiment Station. \ echo and I had.always, a tired feeling; : '*vwi
made to give them- a. good livJnr > Bermuda undoubtedly one of the I. was so nervous I could not. slee' velopeJIbranch of horticulture. I

DcLeon Spring, Florid, -,and comfortable places ,to IWe. best pasture, grasses' we have in it night., and felt all tired out }n.tlv',. '.
{ This same thought must be .", uppermost Florida says Mr, Thompson., 'A mornjng and unfit for -my work. J '
h .t l in,the minds.of tbe'coming dairymen gteat many farmers do 'not. want. had dreadful,,, pains, across my' ba.cV Knowledge and skill are'required ,
and ''dairy "women in Oiceola Bermuda' grass on ,their farms because and allover| mv body. I had tired al' from" selection ,
7iZi county, it is so hard to get ;rid of when I kinds of medicine" without any relief' at every stej>-
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The next crop for'cash is the Citrus they;;wish to shift the pasture) to other j' whatever and' tlnally heard of Prer'nd of' and for the grove to '. "
crop. Why not look after it' to land. That is true of every good .l>ell"an to take It." declares Mr. J, '
''h.', HOTEIjACkTOHVIlltflA/ tho minute, see that your trees are pasture grass.Ifit were' not- hard I W, Wells, the atoll known L iNor In. the protection of Trut! on' trees .,,

In.< and other
stand pasturing. '" from insect _
and the ground cultivated'and' ferti taken two bottles and am clad _
.r t Df1oapeI$ fo4NS c4ellQY lized. Results are sure to be good To It'tt'a good stand of Bermuda. it to state that mv trouble.. art reliev. r k,'I
pbTdslposs; s nllcalod. urc1 'I and profitable. Sec to it; ask your' will -\Ie. found necessary I to'' plow the. ed. The pains In"my bark and I'nth .t Success in raising grapefruitand "": '
mreattioa fonvonia ttoEvornlnf Bounty agent and co-operate' with land. Planting/ can best be done by are all gone and no doubt MY blood ;
him. ' using; roots and stems.. Cut the Ber- k in fine shape for I feel the ,T
Se ndfa Ier now good is evidence that
IwrlC' muda roots into small nieces''with a ,all the time.." oranges t
> Is' killer. hoer br sharp spade. The roots can ''like in has high order of I
Rob-My-Tism a great pain Dreco;: act marie, stomach grove owner a 1
then be dropped in the bottom of the
It and caused trouble fermentation.
relieves pain soreness Jr"a. .he'wv.
by Rheumatism,. Neuralgia, Sprains, furrow and covered.'with the next distressed* feeling after meals and on .. intelligence and the capacity for -iJj

Ask Your Grocer etc.-(Adv.. ) ?. _*.. "" every furrow.third Whether furrow Should every furrow be anted or the retiring.i>oi op.It. In.attack the Wood. apd,. corrects destrovs''dlll-all j Its 'application in practical ways. !" ''IJ.

will depend on.the area of the land'tcbe.planted ,1.
eased conditions of the liver and kld-
u I For ORDER WHITEFLY FUNGUS NOW and also on tho supply of nova. and restores 'them 'to normal ,1 : 1 I .
roots available for If. to there why the 1'1
As the period.of summer rains appears planting. condition. : any reason ,
to .be here, citrus growers who large area is to 'be planted and the All coorT druggists now aril Dreco ability that has been: proved su't,
CHEEKMEALSCOFFEES supply of roots is limited drop the I .
Did it I ill highly recommended In Kla-
will need a supply: whitefly fungus \
roots in every second or third fur the Central ,, Store.' ficient to master all the problems
by Drug
should 'procure it without delay, so row. sjmmee! : ..,.

: that they may have. it on for hand whenhe'moit After planting, give the grass . of citrus culture.should not also '
favorable time
: application '
some care and attention. Too many' ing outfit be clean and 'that it has "
arrives. Fungus bought now, can believe that the pasture will take eare never containeU bordeaux. For a few .. be' found equal to the task of .
be kept In m cool place .for. about. of itself.* with -- ..
A the fund
pasture'when given tree; applied -
week. longer in .n'lce box, and for a good f care and some cultivation and a brush. In this mar.be. ,the material marketing the crops of the pel"j j ,

Besi By Every Test i' :year or of more ice in box.the'. cold storage fertilization will produce much more need not be strained. sons who possess it?
room an :
feed than when left to take care of If one cannot rind the beneficial w
The entomological department ofthe' itself. fungi, 'in the neighborhood purchasesmay '
State Plant Board baa 'made' Disk the Bermuda sod once or be made from dealers in the The growers who are members
preparation to supply cultures and I
twice a year. Do this when there is State. Their( names will be furnishedby
they will be furnished promptly. The plenty of moisture'the ground and the Experiment Station: Gainesville of the Florida Citrus Exchange
You 'lDoMore charge, which covers actual cost, I. the stand will be -
Work improves.Taking on reauest.
by : "
76 cents per culture.. A culture The lime-sulphur: solution to control believe there* is no such reason .
You are more ambitious and ,1'1
yon jet moms
sufficient for an acre of grove Chances the San Jose Scale is best -
ajorment out of'everything when your Big ) ap- and that collectively and cooperatively
When
s. a I blood U in good COD4ItJoo.,\Impurities In ordering crowera.re requested It is too much of a risk to depend Hed> in December when the trees are .
to send 20 to 80 infested '
riles. blood have a very depressing effect on leaves for examination in order to upon neighbors or sending for medicine dormant. they: are entirely cap-
; t the system causing weakness, laiiness.Derrooanees ' in case of a sudden attack of ,
,e and sickness. determine whether only one or both bowel complaint. In almost every 666 has proven it will cure Malaria able of themselves selling the .

GROVE'S. TASTELESS' Chill TONIC of the whiteflies are present, and neighborhood some one bag died Chills and Fever Bilious Fever, of their .
whether all Red Fungus Yel- product groves.They '
.... Vitality by Purifying or part ,from cholera morbus that could easily Colds and LaGrippe. It kills the
r mod. Eorichintb. Blood. When yon feel low Fungus. should be sent.. have been saved had he proper parasite that causes the fever. It Is 1,
Its strengthening.. Invigorating effect see -confidence medicine been at. band. Then thinkof a splendid laxative and general Ton- ask other growers to
J >few it brings color to the cheeks and bow We are proud doctors the suffering that must be, endure le.-Adv.) .,
,4: r It improve. the: appetite you will then druggists and the public haveIn ed until medicine can be obtained. join them, for mutual benefit fuel: '
i'appreciate its true tonic value. 666 Chill and Fever Tonic.-(Adv) I
The safe way is to keep at hand a PRUNE CITRUS TREES FOR
# ', !, '.GKOVE'S'TASTELESS Chill TONIC bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and protection, assured by ten years
,. :;.. not-a patent medicine.: 'It is simply , :: ,- Diarrhoea Remedy a preparationthat WITHERTIP. of its successful operation that
IRON and QUININE: suspended In Syrup.So can be depended upon. Buy it -:r- '
i t pleasant even children: like it., The I1 II AmYo now. It only cost 35 cents. Withertip is an enemy found in the Florida Citrus Exchange is
t blood neede Quinine to Purify end IRON }peaIerrI nearly every citrus prove in the
.. Enrich it. Tbeserellable tonic prop. 1 'D4i CONTROL MEASURES AGAINSTSAN tate. Trees that are weakened from the ideal form of marketing or- 'I
'fettles never fail to drive out imparities in 1 !i//lJgtOJ'l overbearing., lack ,of food > drought, '
a: ;tbe IJod. I ganization for the best interests .
? ,? JOSE SCALE. freezing, or other cause are apt to l
'l '' ;The renfith-CreaUng Power of GROVES Grand Frizelfe&fii become attacked. The disease not on- of.the citrus industry.
'"o ;"TASTELESS.: : Chill TONIC baa made it \ I
One of the greatest enemies of ly attacks the twigs and branches of II
tile favorite tonic in thousands. of borne. firearms o rrnnunftion t peaches and plums< is the SanJose the tree, but it causes antbracnose I
'v'M i ;' ... ride thaai thirty-five i u j years i ago*+folks 'Y -<''W11fe for Cntaiogae'I scale. This insect is so small 'that spotting Qf.-fruits, especially where For Information regarding l I II
'v' long distance toget GROVE'S;
often becomes infested thefruit becomes mature. The fungus -
a tree severely -
,. Chill TONICsnember when ,a nmeerata.. aww.eeaaarr. . terms of membership 'in the f
+a an w. .o.a before the scale "is noticed. .The / which causes withertip propagates I "
'. of 'Malaria \ :
their
bad
needed a body-building.family "' or first sign of its presence are discolored on- the twigs and branches killed .. Florida Citrus Exchange and -4"

tGaIc Tbe Jdrarala is Just strength-giving the same to- areas, usually reddish or pinkish by the disease, and thepresence other points .of Interest to '\

>d.y' and you can get, it .from any drug on the twigs. The twigs soon of such in the trees are apt to prove \ you, write, wire, phona or 1, r
,.......' COo per bottle. rays, ,* '.",>... become dry in appearance, and, if the I convenient sources for the development . call oa the .. -; .
infestation is severe, will die back. ) -anthracnose later in the,sea
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4 finally the entire tree dies. Pruning as a necessary Measure "
A close Inspection of the infested. against this disease is recommended Florida,,'' Citrus Exchange Tampa Fla. :f
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twigs with a hand lens will reveal by H. E. Stevens of the' Experiment .
,f'II\! .I ... the scale insects. They--are: grayish in Station. June and July are probably I.
. color very small nearly round in the best summer months in which to L "A. HAKES Mgr.. Orange'. County( Citrus Sib-xc[ ha
>f" ". 1 tr ,"\ ; '. \. outline and convex in section with' a do this pruning, or at' a time during ange ,

,," i_,,"t,. ,'oJ '. ".,I, t." .,. ", nipplejike elevation in the center. the summer when the trees are not '
tt fx :,;. (11'1' In severe cases the bark will be, so in active growth: The best time to Orlando, Ha. .' ;
NL' I.." 1 1:' quickly covered as to,form a sort of prune is during the winter when the ( '
crust which can be scraped off readily trees are more nearly dormant, but
; after the insects die, but which if the disease is active In the grove ,
sticks tightly while they are, alive. the grower often cannot"" aflbrd to l
In Florida three, or, four parasitic wait. All diseased and weakened CITRUS EXCM Ah1G
Fungi do good work against the San wood should be-pruned out.-In. severe
Jose Scale. Themost important ,of attacks is often nee8'urj'to' sacrifice .., Y'.

f these is the red-headed scale fungus, considerable bearing' wood. to .,
. "
: ''t'' says J.:' R. Watson, entomologist ,at completely. rid t u!the;,tree of.,,the l disease. -
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; the Florida: Experiment.Station AU deadwood.and.dead twigsshould -- > !
Although it"grows better' In the be removed as far as-possible. lifO

.. '" drier and ,cooler" seasons of the year Trees that have been severe pruned 0 ,',O . O. ,_,. o.. ,_ . ...... to. It ,It 0 It.... 9' J..J.: '
AH ,. .baa'do .mo.t' of 'the others like all may: ,need extra caN me; and ,
the parasitic fungi .the red. aded i an application fertilizer to stimulate . .>I 8"r.!
g
s: ';L. I scale-fungus ,*spreads .more rapidly I "'vigorous*, growth .in such trees
Iyt : three-: brands during the warmhumid summer..At will not-be amiss.' r> ,r. . .

.,. ....,. .. ,, ". .' that time''of" the year', one' cannot No,projecting/ ,stubs should i be left
t t ..., .<:t" f ," ,,'" afelyase the lime-sulphur solution' Where a. limb or'' branch removed. llllllJrrJ'rfilizing
".: :..t. ... 7'S: &l8cI., :,... ,alr-tlaltt '\(, : Which recOmmended! 10r' -'us. ,in Projecting stubs. heal slowly and frequently'
a-: winter'aprayuur..t strength 'great decay before the cut surface i .
t er.th.lI.l part to, SO of water at aTOW'I'' onr. This, leaves opening' 1 .. t
: j' 'f!.'. l.: asyto flDd *- .. itJto' which strength' It is not,ivery'",efflient. fort the 'withertip fungus and other j 1 .Fertiliz0"pirus'trietOW'for'devslepment': -I of''fruit,'and, '
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.pO. \\.oW "' .. ..'f.'L.. .< 'In the 'summer'' ,"' then, one fund will cause trouble later.. \
It ," should take1' rfpeeiaV\, care '.to apreaclth.'funeL" ; .Clean smooth cots should be made, r growth:'of ftr e" ''The:'size of" : : -' '* ' "* f
T 1" '
'on'tl'e and these'should parallel with the >

' JttltA,.1 "dl..U 4ir.# "J -4t-J, V'" i,I In The spores'of/these:' / fungj often ion.. '.... ,of the'supporting branch.I I'/ great-.... t .pleasure OB...*tbeK'--t..i4rtli of. 'wood_ 'made., .thu. .-:'summer.p '.' ., . I f
everywhere.: : reach a tree'and start an infestation This would leave a larger ''''WOund .
., 'i.< s.... ,ti; .. ., a : Aws : '. "J. .,, without help from the grower,but1 It than 'if the cut is made across1 the .' i poa'tjestea. ,yourprofit: *' o!!,th t' and t .7eU.bT Dq1eet"j\ \ j

: t' ,, r "I". tJ"1 4 tp' 1\\ ;, '; ':J'" will-pay-to spread the snores artiflallyv branch In'prunJntr.' but. it win heal to \ : '" III> OrWsi. \ !

Look for.aak for.be '_"! r' \ At., This'is best done-by swayingIMO ': better' advantage. and'- cause less. 'msp.. y, fcrt'........ ize'Bow II'> ,"), ";ofcr..... ..any'analyai. .., .I. .*..... a.; ,. i .. ; ; & t
,I ,. spores into 'tile trees tt For, this trouble in the future.' I t
a urpose scrape off into,. water a'quan- ,tAH large' wounds'made la'. pruning .. "
i ,?. sore: to 'II"1'
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,"(" '1, )", .itJ'1\\' r :'4" l"-u'" ';11" ', scales and* alL Use several 'hundred covering-such i.--white lead'plJ1t, 411thPotash'i You Want j : \,

1i Y '<10 ft IULE:. '.' I' ,k'. quart of water., stir welltowash carbolineura:or< pin tar to' protect ; .1
F .' .. . / the spores out.- and then'strain th. upoaec1 aurfsawbhe it'is heal- ,
'R . f! S!y, y. '>\<.. "q 14; a W;flw"ky )} ; ; :

(,'. .:.. .'" f '. .' n., ; 'i;>' . '.' ,' tJm>ul'h'th..eJoth.lllItothfli.prayertank.. It is Important that the spray ing.4. ,IDA removing' l.tleky'( # or' diseased' :"Wllsori '& 'ToolD r FertiHzer. ':Co. : .: 1'i

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t " fi .'; 4 'WOMM5, oth.rCbillrand'F.ver; i'' 't 'r '. .' iJackronvile., Fla.' Vv
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j, ,,;.',' daylieht.'a woman in Quftman'Georgiafound W aSlny j ycart'yve have been, . manufaciurinf'"fwtUlnn In M. jtHr.vv |haw t' '
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1.. t lot I .OGO Caaee of'' Kidney s.deAsd ear : 1"
la-her Reports : ?
1 t, I I '" bedroom. drove of 'f' ,. taaers .IA. coup c.usy "florid.: d .- '
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'.'ep' \ mosquitoes. As 'Trouble. ,Some:: of. Them Kiselm
Quickly' '
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",: 1,;,..,.: ,..' "i'' 'M aroH-r""',got her bottle of or.ment ' zaso-CaMe. : VritoFeclWesirkULU' . . :, { Prices. alwar ,L i B.. vkh Qi:. : 1
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', , _ . . .... .:'. ,.; In' less ,than ,.twenty minutes every ,VnJtecl States,I. publishing from I.' \
.". >. t.t. .._, t ,, F ". t -'-'' '-'''C.'I'- --" ,, ,: Oor, ) t \ mosquito was, a corpse. Yon 'will week to week names of people h.- itsparticular and ./on .'for td.ror'six'are .and"*"' Ikno Februaty.221Dll.and'on:Mareh-26... ' : :
have...the---. neighborhood.-rwho: r-ther are a:remedy merit. I 1pll1.' Jfr Basii "' : "it
: .... II IU'c..YFRUfT: ; ,::". .<* -if-youwUltry ; said l gladly: re-' !
_" 4 z..t., ... ." I. ':I. I it for ,mosquitoes and ftl... .Torment used recommended: ?Doan's Kidney have had kidney trouble, for, several Pu 2wi'lliW"? praise of BOM'. '
't ,:1 "" : 'f ''t.." ? is a new preparation manufae .. Pill for kidney: -backache'weak' years -and at times I suffered 'severely < They entirely' unredl .'.. :

.... '. ., ;, '''t ...fVOI.' I'' .ff 11', "' .' tured.,byvThe G. ,B..,Williams Com kidneys., bladder troubles and urinary 'with a lame and -, .ehl .*, back. me .0. kidney r complaint and my, core :
II(' ::1.. or I ,panyy QuHman,,Ga.; ,It is ,sure death disorders. t This" mate.of, proof includes Doan's Kidney: :]tins have- benefited has proven- petisanent": ,' ': rl.'.: ;
:-1 : : '' "" .i. to flies and mosquitoes, will not over 60,000 recommendations.Kissimmee . me whenever aa attack has come OB. Price- 60, x.a tTalldealersV: JDont
' . stain elothincr'! nor.,furniture.\ and is ''Is no exception.' Here ,is I keep axsupplyof. Doan's in the .Imply> ask for a kidney remedy get;. ,"
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... "Di@.'"f1'\ ,rr. absolutely harmless to 'hUJDaD.''beInp. one of the.Kissimmee cases house all. the time, 'and am glad' rto Doan's':Kidney'.Pills! -the same.lhat. (1
1C t \ rsfll T.j. ..' 'Sold by all.wholesale, and retail . J.'. E. Base, Bermuda'. '' 'AvesiyjI"I recommend them.* ."' -' Mr. .Base' tiekft.' Foater-MUbU1'D: hCo., "I.Xlan. .

,1" .!\ "M2 _.,:: ., \ dealers. .Price,,*.25c'"a :bottle.:; : have:used. Doan's :-. ", I'' ."The above 'statement! rauP given. on .., Bu1faJo. > N.J .,.'!'..'.- ,

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1Ir1'oMt": 8eett.'aidma; !"_.Mifti f rownr..school an<<"'anV eo ''.ehlld"frOM'' tOI' .tn'datle. lfequlr.dVst ;'him 1 pose*. oi business of said corporation J of'Jn? 'j. ,'nrr1911 J qb[ ;t ' ;

at the Experiment Station h* ton to" sixteen, years of a. by Act shall, upon eoll.'OUOf. 18 a to have, ,_.ro. and enjoy all( scribed'ttroptrir, TSaCauw- l
? says sides more than three miles front> alii''fined'-not exceeding Fltr ( l rights, prlvileses'in- ty of Oeeeola. to-wlti
., 11Ii1 b.tleu that' corn and peapjuti 'an school "nl.r.. ,!transportation., Is, Dollars for each offense.'' cident to Corporations 'Organised and Lou OB (1) to-'iu both In-,
'i w the mOlt;.conoraical rrauJicrop*' toP furnished. tf* ilea 11.- Al' notices, ,formal and'blanks existing under and by Virtue and ,the elusive. and Lots [t Twelve
Fifth 'Any ehiidl whs.. 'parent. .d In laws of th '' State of Florida the II '
bon that CAB be ; b.r.'Jn.rioTWm. : to'b properly. carrylng ; ( ) ..thlnel. Van*
At" crotra guardian having the, out provisions this I,power herein given > ,
.. \4 - - ) > ..*. .or ar cam..laUw "D.. lubl.I..n' aa Pa.
: I custody control .rfh.r... of said shall b prescribed by the Stats .c and In addition To ,.aMI.,.
1.la.e
*,.w r."St.y. - w -T j, child can make satisfactory proof ot Public In.truUon and no' wa. restrict or'limit-each.other., .. Lots One (1) of.. avThirtyfour
:Subscribe; for th. XuMlmmM Val that ho or .she I* unable to provide furnished 'by the of I ARTICLB J. - (IL) la Township Twen-'
Willi ,'the necessary books and clothln. unless Publlo Instruction. J. 1. The amount of Capital Stock of ty.fiv (ft) South Rang Twenty- ,.
lets I . asi:; said neoeesary books' . ssa< l5r The 'Board of Publle In- this Corporation shall be Ten Thousand nine (II) East .of

.r.e be furnished bye some other,,i: structl. eaeh County la this State (110.000.00) Dlar divided Into dlan.' with
l.h..U to, Shall o'' ,this "Act to be published : One Hundred (! .. -of Stock to..tl.r.and 'appurtetancea'4
b.r.dltm.nU
LEGAL ADVERtISEMENTS" a"blt'' In full a week for at'' least two at the par value' of One Hundred
octnlgftf .hie to Ay 'tnu.aal Of cause fleer aaopt'weeks prior one to the first d.,.. of July, (1100.00) Dollars eaeh! and such stock Pt0 MILTON PLEDGER., .

district In which the publlo' or lilt. In some newspaper In the Count subscribing subscribed for by the S MERMANas ter In Chancery tl'
.chol. and there be Incorporators, may' be KRIBB9.. '
J no newspaper pub -
4A.......... .r 'NOTICB. or E1ECCTOR.F. to private attend, which Is located any: Provided required that request I,shed I the County, then to cause aid for.la cash or In currency or In Solicitors for .. .81'180.-St.-. }},
Ooed '''' Iu...'.... ( Flawl Discharge.) : for excuse. Jetting forth the same to be published posting' .labor. prperty. or. services, ate a lust .
1'_'_ S..K -b (Jt& : et r b copies thereof at the . bi House of .lu.Uon fined by-the Inoorpor NOTICB TO CREDITORS.In : .
:= be
? rttar I* Crt ., the Ceeefy ...._ State cause mad In writing br the parent the County and at each ators or by the Directors at a-meet

vsfjsvsraTSJisi'Tr.w. js t s .f Flerlea-Qs-...'' v...ty. the, custody guardian control or other person. of said In the County for at I..t lubl..0 .ahol... ing" called for such purpose... Ceert e..Oeunty Jeasro.'Ossssis)'

la V Bstist. 'child, such request .1 be filed within prior to the opening day of 1. ARTICLB .. et FI-- i,
tut ew a o. Also ef Elbrld**: l.lfcky. This shall exist per' .
d lU
S .. .... : .......' Brea fpoosu.otr rue.. Nolle I. hereby given, to all whom I two day after,the first'days' absence.. adsp.Iboola. r oetuallr. or until Pr
1s.a a1t.1. ,.1e Am your -. .; I It may _no.rn" that on the Ifth dar I, Sao. I. Whenever, under the provil.Ions under period this AOcf, compulsoryattendance shall- to ... dl..ol..e aCcrlna To iii.Estate *f .s..-
I.. t of November. A. D. 1111 I shall apply of this Act, any child shall receive com ARTICLE 1.1 .I Cr.dlor .
with
mence the of
to,the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Ju term nearest the seventh birth' Demands
Tile' el 'Co of said Court. a. Judge of Probatey for ..cbol. private teacher prln.. oth.r.I.. or against* 'rlIr.,
,. my final discharge as Executrix of thetestate nips In charge of such prf.vats .' the of .the school child and end at theclosedof unti Dlrto. shall be conducted BaN notified You and and each of fr
term the sixteenth required
,o J A/oofyemeiy, Ala.' ,and that of at Eldrldg the aame Libby time, deceased..*.}?i attendance school of shall such keep child a record or children of th birthday 'except n..r.t., as Is other.wiseherein pr..ld.n.a Vlo..P..ld.nt a Bard'Secre''of claims and demandswhich you,' ,' testate

Executrix and the County. Superintendent In provided. Directors eempoeed of to either of you against the1
lent my final account .. of .trm' % Adamson
Beet 17 If reason'atiy of. Fred
.That for decaedV
any
|*Md estate,.and ask, for their. checking his lists of attendance may Section five members. and to of of County'Flo.4da'totheundeP '
: approveRated Paragraph Provision. Clause, late Osceola
L call on the private school principal three members until otherwise Aced
1 1 Jun. 14th. Ain. 'iHti.ETHEL: '.verlfy.a, child's attendance. t orPart of this'Act' shall be held unconstitutional by the By.lw.and'to be alterable'within I..ned Executrix ,of said mtatev
or Invalidthat fact within two from the date hersotDated
years
' I 800. 1. stated. The Officeof .
FARR. Ooa.lonal. "on-at.nd."c. .lmlU -
l.-o-a-m-6-mo.- -. Executrix: at public any shall not affect or destroy' any other the and Treasurer, may
.
A. .
Section Paragraph.Provision. Clauseor May I.. D. Itll.s
attend school under the pro beheld by the same person.
to
DR. BUCKMASTER :ORDER FOR PVdLICA TIO--; publlo thl* 'Act. amounting toe not Part of this Act. that Is not In and t. Th. annual meeting of the stock ZOA ,ADAM ON.
( (Ivmisions'of four days unexcused absence of Itself Invalid but ,the re mainingportion holders .of this Corporation shall he 14-lt. ExeeutHK.NOTICB. .
Clree.tt .. ; In school month, .hall not shallbe In- force without regard held on the second Tuesday- Marchof
ITth JmiMmt ef ....*.., Clr any TAXX
to that so Invalidated. i i OF APPLICATION FOR,
each at which time the Boardof ,
'_ c.... '\. any guardian other year *
It. etOBeeelai Cesmtr. r.nd.t' parent Sec. IS. All laws of laws DEER. --
) having the .control, or or j>arta Director for the 'ensulnir. ...r.hal .
KISSIMMEE'S Lilly .. I charire'' of such child liable to- of In conflict'with'ths' provisions, of this be elected.' Following this meet-
o. Lew ... P. (;. Lewis. ' any Act be and the same- .b.bY. .repealed. the Board shall'electthe 'NOICI' HEREBT flfVEN,'*hat'
On Monday, the penalties provided by. thisAct.. .r DI.ector
July 18th 1111 the de. ff for the Gibbon, purchaser Tax
of
fondant F. O. Lewis to ant] Ben's. "The principal or teacher In.v. Sec. U" This Act, shill 'take effect o'fo..r. . company Certificate No. 7(8 dated the-v7th' day

OSTEOPATH .' pear to the 'bill of complaint, on fit lehar. of any. public school Ih.1 keep (mediately upon Its passage and ap 1. Until the officers'to 'bs electedat of August JV'D.. I*". .filed said
( ,of
herein. / r.cor the. .U.ndanc_ provalby the Governor, on', upon ..Itsbecoming the annual meeting In the year A. certificate In my oa",, ba
_r This order to be publlajieft"' '0. toui' 'and 'non-at.ndane. of al en-, a law without hisapprovalApproved'June ; D. litoeshall be 'qualified, the business application for tax deed to ma.. faoeordanoe'wlth
onsecutlve weeka In the Ktssltnme ov which ho or' .
i1. of thecorporation-shall'be' _n. Said, eertifoatsembraces
r. ; Valley Gazette a weekly newspaperpublished she'Is In charge, and shall make report 'Ul. 1.1. ducted by the following officers- the roUo.lnl'I.w. describedproperty

STATE BANK:: BUILDING In Osceola County, FloridA. of no-at.nd.no of. any child All ORDINANCES President and Treasurer-James . .o.ola County.,
Olven under my hand and real thin I to the O'lc.r on Friday,' Johnston > )' II.-Mary.
the II day. of June, 1119. of each week .01 school term An Ordinance '' .- Speed 'of vice-President P.. Qarrett./. Flo""ut.wltl.t ,I Blok.
'Phone 'LTc' i I
No. 162 8KAL) J. U.OVBRSTRBET.: together. with the reason therefor.If Vehicles on.. '. .. of .r..tary-W. J. Steed. a ,, the date of Issuance said eertlficate ,e
Clerk Circuit Court. 'Osceola'' County;; known, to said principal or teacher the City of Klsslmmee, and Pre- I DIRECTORS!' In the name of Ai Smith., ) fcertificate
Florida M-st. The certificate of any teacher failing .crlbln.Traffic Rule. on Broadway. ( JAMES M. JOHNSTON.:' shall be redeemed aooord.Ing .
to. keep such record and make such BY THE COUNClii < ... P. OARRMTT. to -a.tax deed will issue'th.reStl
NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR.I may be revoked" by the State ..OF THI CITY OF KI8SIMMRE._ ( W.:'.J.? STEED. onthe day of jut>. A. -D. 1111:; ,- I
8uperintendent of Pablo Instruction .. No person ARTICLE .. ; |SEAL J. L OVBRSTRBBTr.
Sealed proposals will be received by upon ,"U.factor,pof Ouch fsll- 'or drive any vehicle In any street ale 1. Thls Corporation .hal adopt t a Clerk C .cult'Court. Osceola ,Coa..tf y
the City Council of the. City of Kts. ur. ley avenue or other thoroughfare'of. Florida, '

Immee' Florida at ;-the city Hall. In fast ucllorI:each!r-Boardof Public, th.. lty..f Klsslmmee a-rate'rofspeed forro-the-government'-of-lts-agars..not I
...... KlsslmmeerFlorida,'-until" 1:10: p. m, Countv !. greater than I. reasonable or Inconsistent with Its charter and the NOTICE+or SPECIAL. .TOCRNtNB.
Monday. July Hth, 1515 for the drain authorised and directed to appoint safe having the conditions laws of, the State of Florida which ERs MESTINO TO CONSIDER SAL.
In If. grading, curbing and paving certain ( ,one r. mora Attendance Officers, of traffic, location and safety of ; by-laws may be amended, altered or Or ALL OR PART 0...oPER.W
street with vitrified brick eon* 'In.." be "eo a. the public But In no case, shall-the r.pal. In the manner provided In, or CONSOLIDATED. .
orete. bituminous 'concrete' asphalt "" ''on of the.pVovlIloM of 'this1/ .., rat exceed II miles per hour .4 >by'laweARTICL' ,1 '- '|*Adriy. *+ .f* hNOTICE' "
block.'' patented pavement or other and to PC.crlb* the district or on Broadway and to miles per hour I amoantrof ,
E. S. MOrf MAN, M.,D. pavement. tory to under th" . t.rrl' en any other h a crossing il. Te highest Indebtedness ; :ls' hereby-given that..'
Tho work will 'consist of about! i'' said Attendance Officer or Officers '..streets and turning more which this corporation may special. meeting of Ihe stockholder .
OCULIST AND OPTICIAN 3L1S5rrgpar.. yard. paving.1T.OOO i and to fix the said than ordinary care and :shall exceed' time subject Itself, shall not of the" Consolidated Title Companywll
11 n. ft. i Inches by 10 Inches Attendance ..cmp""uo.- the be exercised to maintain control the amount of Its authorisedcapital | be held at the office of the corporation.
Eya Exaattned .bv'B RetnUr IUf.PavaicUav. time 10per' vis: '
concrete curblnir. actually .mploy.d'. the of said vehicle In prevent .tok .0.000..1 Cltlsena Bank BuildingKls-
,laten4 ...IOOeabJo..ard..f.a4ln... form.no ef duU.., .ad-oomp.s.atlon per.' accident. All vehl le.operatingen T -- ;simn..Florldarale5th'July.1)10.attenea'elock'.aarn..to .
c......yltt.d.Broha 40 cubic yard. concrete. r from he County SChool Broadway shall use the right hand "T.. rThr and residences of'the taJie-acMeei onapproval
\ Andtthe necessary dralnaC.1 etc. Fund And If deemed ad"lbl. by'npervisorr side of the street and at all timespass . Ineorporator. tOI.thr or 41.appo.&-of th*.proposed -- d.
Loaj Each bid be .. ed by a tb. with sale of of-the .
DnpltcaUd. ... must "" to the right of the wooden Stol > prop
certified cheek In the sum of Fifteen Uon any or tee 'TRAFFIC POLICE! placed at the In .ub.crlb by.each, are as erty" of:.the Consolidated Title Company -

28 W. Church. St.. .Orlando, FU. Hundred Dollars ftUlVfOO) .., evidence !SVnfiwlthi'.tll!: .. County may b. aS5 tersection 'of the .streets.Section's. 8UUICaIBFD] BY PERSONALLY EACH INCORPOR-' **and ..0. matters In. connection .
ot faith. .' AltendanceOffoer properly;
good ; ; Kintd i5 or Of. Any"p..on : ? th.r.wltl mar
belreqvlr.d Inline -oft Board of of ninny { \l
r Bond will sum Instructioneis Public the p Ood NAME 'ADDRESS same'
:l'
a % of the amount of bid: Bond to be hereby authorised to shall upon be fined-not .. OF SHARE v By order Of the : of Directors/.
F. KRIBB8 en.lolon .
A. AKERUANW remove any Attendance James John.ton *. ., W FORD,v
satisfactory to the City Council Offc.r who seeding Ten Dla. or Imprisonment H .BI..lmm. E1gbt : : CRAW
J. STEED The City Counclljreserves,4h*.rlBht. proscribed. Orm his- djtu? herein not exceeding ., or be punished O P OarrVttrKissTmme"F"liurriOneW reta
.
KR1BBS AKERMAN AND STEED to reject any and all bids.. .:' Sec. .. the by both' such' fine and Imprisonment .' J' Steed KI..lmm_ Fla.eOne.STATE 'ttoet-2almm6", Fori4 Ju f7.n
Copies of the plans and specifies.tlona each DurIn" month of Juno In the discretion of the mayor. 7.
In OF FLORIDA
Attorneys end Cesaeelers at Law.Klsslsmasee may ,b.. obtained upon application )year It shall be the Section I. All Ordinances or ss .
to Alan J. MacDonouvh City Engineer. duty of every Atendanc Officer ap of Ordinances In eonflct. part Count 01 t' NOTI<:."TO CRBDITOBBV ";
P1.rlda.di.aera Klslmme. Florida. upon receipt pointed under of this and the same' Is repealed. 0.0..01. '
practice !. ell State..United 1 of ft.50 to cover actual cost ofreproduction Act to take an accurate census. In Read a first time In. open session, TO B IT KNOWN IT.K me. tthundersigned In ,Cs>rtr be examined at trIPlcat., of all the children between and unanimous rOr ... ... FlsrHa.
or may by consent placed up and'forthe iV.
State <:...... Notary 1.-se '
... '
of. and eighteen f glstato . o.tt .wee..
thf.a office t.owm. Engineer. I|,In the ? years on Its second reading and final peas.age. State of having a ..01 > .Aadreyr.... ly
he made> on monthly territory or district In which and unanimously passed. Florida the '
Crawford estimates on a basis of ninety pr .he' Is acting; tho saldcensus to (SEAL) M. and a1I't. administer oaths and To all' Creditors. Legatees. Distributees
L.% Jamil) I of to
the sex, and birth BREAKER and all
age date of' PersonshavfagClalmaor.
cent of the amount of work done and i 10. President take this day p.r..0naU .
.
CRAWFORD sVJARRELLATTORNETSATLAW materials In place; balance to''be paid and from the nearest .0001 Attest: .cknowl.4..m..nt.M.' Johnston Demands. against-said Estate "'
when theWotk, : Is completed and ac- of each child the the school 'grade co"' . J. -R; tHLBJSRT, City Clerk. O. P. Garrett and .W. J.' Steed Ton. aid each of rou, are hereby'notified
.1 pl.t.d. and name of''the Approved this ISth day of A. tov to.m. required present any
*\ parnt J'un. kno..n.* and known to me .
'OKO. W. FOX. lu.rdlan or other person D. .I and who claims isnd demands which you or
described In executed
OfflcMt 9 7 ClUxan President control or chararo of such ni. ndlvldusl either, of you may have against the i,
,.anted of City Council children, with the 1 lt W. 3. STEED, Mayor.f the .fore olng estate of Andrew .Cotterman. deceas
postofflce acknowledged
address
: .& . J. R. GILBERT City CI..rk.4I.AN I thereof; and on or before the first dajr ter: who, upon oath ed'late of Osceola County.-Ftorida.tothe"unAersigned ,
TO CHRDITORS. executed theForegoing
J. MacDONOUQH. he
each for that .
aUislmm Florida 04 July of each and every'year. onecopy NO(1.. blm..l. ;Ad.Inl.trtrl. ef
I City Engineer. n.If'1 thereof .hall b. filed lax c. J.<_ OaceelaCeuwty. Charter >freelyand. said .. ..'
wllhrlhe .t"ltll. t. yeuntrolntk.
the .nd' -
Superintendent Btetewf rierlaav.. voluntarily -for uses pu. date .,
0' Public In. -
DR. W. W. CARSON COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE : structlon p.rntendent one oopy'wlth the Stt.'Su. I. re Rstate of-Jehu BV Olermer. poses IN. therein WITNESS expressed WHEREOF I have I Dated. May IhtA D.: ni.RMAN.

LAW. I otPubllo To Legatees lsrbu-- hereunto set my hand and official si-tt.--- &ZABITH
.1 C.dlto.
tlon,
and
DENTIST -one ceItalned Havlnir Claims said County and Admlll.Uatrtt
seal
Attendanc.'OMcer at ,
CHAPTER 7808-(tio* IC). I|I by the but'no .- KI..lmm.' A. 1
OflTIeu OP Demands against enlet' RstntTnu. State, of. Juneti' ,
PilUy BuildingOfflee .
over AN ACT to Provide for Compulsory child over-alxteen of age Is ( 1 NOTICB i Or A D1ll.T .'
and each of you,, are hereby HI- t '
Ueurst I-11. 1--I School Attendance In the State of under compulsion to attend school. 'notified and required-to ->osent ( ) I. (Fee .Sisal DI. .
Oalta* 'P .a. IIS .Residence 'Pb... .> Florida of All Children Between I I Sea 7. It shall be'the duty of the claims and demands which ,any or Oflclal..t .RHIA"PHERlo .
Oea Administered for Batraotlea. Certain Ages, and Requiring Every]j Attendance Officer to verve a notice either of you. may have against you the Commission expires. September T, I. c..p' .' -I.._ atafe '.c

Teeth parent. Guardian or Other PersonHaving ;, upon any parent, guardian or'other estate of John B. Olarner deceased. f- . I.It.H..TEw. .. /,.,0-.."
-
} ;-
the Custody. .Cont 'ol or.Ch..r. person the custody, control or- of Osceoln J"I ,
..- of Children to Bend Such 'charge of who has been absent late undersigned'Exccutrix County Fh..la to the la r* Eiatste .,Baally'' O.'Tatssai CNolle

LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW Children to School i to Provide for'' from. ..: In violation of theprovisions within two years from the date,hereof...t.t. .ALI' Is .. that to''all wt, -

the Mean of Enforcement of This of Act, to cause said Dated June Ifth. A. D. 1119. NOTICE I. .hereby'given," under It'may on the llth i:+ty'f '
Act. and Penalties for Violation. child to attend school as herein provided MART ,.ELIZABETH GLARNER.', by virtue of a Final ..tha'. dated of eonol'.l/1I. I shall t.'t
Thereof. I ) and any pent ,.u.rdlan' orether Executrix. l6nd 32nd day of May,' AD.. 1111. In.he the Honorable T.'M. Murphy .ap.dl .
B* It Enacted by the Legislature of person 21.f. I of Th* Waters CarsonGrocery ...Id. Court as Judge qf Probate,- ,. v "
WariDc BuUcI Ic. the State of Florida:, I trol or'cbar..o of any child .hol upon FOR I case Company, a CorporaUonJ.L..r. my Anal discharge as Admlnl.tratrl&of ;
Bectloft 1. That from and after July : notice herein provided for sere' NOTICB OF APPLICATION LET.TER and Viola C. the estate of Emily Tatn deceased
1, 111. parent guardian or other ed on him or'her, falls to comply with AND. INCORPORATION :his sus,,wife T. L Curry Charles P. Dow, andCaroline : and thatat th 0 wt't

rat Jeaactea, O. P. OarreM. .every. oltlsenshtp within I tho provisions of this Act. shall be I H. Dow4. hi*' wife 'd.. resent to said Court tnr Ante.r.'
the State of Florida having the custody deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and I I "tboQUiroultCourt counts as to sVld

JOHNSTON A 'CARRETTATTORNEYATLAW control or charge of any child I upon trialand' conviction thereof by TO ALT WHOM IT MAT'' CONCERN I'endanta.,of pending.'In_ the ', and ... adml..lltratrll .tat.
or children within the Stat. of Flor any Court ot this State juris NOTICE : of ..nt.adlcl.1 ,Dated April tt.lr..pp.-
shah IS HEREBY GIVEN that Circuit Court
ida' between the ages of seven and diction of be ALMA. MORRISON.
ml.d.m..nor. the undersigned will apply to the Stateof, Florida. nand \ '
OffUaa 10, 11 Bad 12 CltUana Bsmk. sixteen Ceara both Inclusive' to attend shallcause fined not mor'than failure Dollars for Governor of the State' of Forida''the on 'CJrolt'.f Chancery the 1'.o.a.mo..mo. Admlnl.tratr;.
children
or each'pffense. upon or Special
.
BlUldlBf'sUsslmmee. 1. the llth day' of July. A.iX>. for undersigned as MasterIn
,
a public or private- school each than* tesal'to. pay such fine said P.r.nt Chancery, will sell at pjablloouterr, NOTICE DELlltU181
T "AX
Fla.SELLS. for'a term or period of not'lee. Ju.rdla. control or other person. .. CEOLXPGUARANTEK!-TITLE Corgi for cash Inhand, to the highest bldd.r'at'the 9'AYRR/..
of thepublic
substantially the number days or charge of said .
PANT under the doorlof'theCourtHouse
or private school which said child shall be Imprisoned not ...ee.d.In" following front County -
of which-talon t\ Klsslmm, .
In ,
... child attends Is .held annually In the five days for each offense;-.-Provided. eh.rt.r.-op.t Secretary ef "Ut rrP.ed Florida during the I.Ola of! me.ting ef 'the p City'Council I
r district In which the school Is located that uponconviction any State of' Florida. S sal.' on 'Monday, the.7th day of-July r..lf J the 4th. day.-of May..
or In which such child or children may first offense- sentence u payment ' This ,thelltu 'da ,,A.. the described: A.'D. .
D D.
reside; Provided that any -child--ma1 of oosts. bo su.pend.d until the 1.1. ". j'o.ane ,' ." .. A.property UI. following r 01,0.' Introduced and Unanimously..-ad' ','j
be taught by. parent or guardian upon second con.lcton of the earn parson 1 JAMES M.' 8t.t.. of t.....It:' ., .opted! .'- e
IRSOJ.FRBJDE County for .-. .., : JOHHB eso ear Vloda Meeelavlemi t.
: written authority from the .and that each Lot' et -
M+ Superintendent; of ; Publlo Instruction day si child remains a..a.rrom .chol'' I / >w.jr. ; sTggp.. T..nty. to (1. Popt B: It'"Resolved that all dellrianenttaxpayers
P.rk .
of. the County' In which they reside after service of notice by the J .o..dln. 'al.p o .*' of oacity thebenext "'
Superintendent of Public- a*herein unless : buid .If wUbfa Sixty-
the- County a"c Oflr. plld.d. I .of the Clrevlt of Os. arrducuonaon
Instruction blng hereby.authorised ** pro- POrSEHATER Cal Car (,reference days amounting tea..percentof
*
: to grant such permission only Incases Tided for by trohis Act exists, ennstltue .O Florida* the d.. ,- for
..
more .rncpta'\
..', ,u"1 lFIre fbility .of 'Beossslty. -which"permission a separate offense .hal 0L COMPANT ' ,Is hereby mttdwfer a lot. which particular fears prior-to. mad.from''

... ; ., .1" shall not-extend for .a. period of time the offending pnon to pnalt.. ..o."rdln..ly. I The- undersigned hereby associate Is.a.partof descrl fh.prr" conveyed to plalU. The City" O..I.
,-" -," beyondth. end'' of the' current school, uld.r themssive.'toQether. for th A Simpson la hereby w
L1fe.: Accldentrllnd year' and In .oases where such authori provisions of this dole 'of. becoming under George L Bld..1 .0 Elya wife by deed quent taxpayer by a personal notIce
. ; tytupprlntendentofP blleInsruotIOfl paid Into Sobool.. Fund. .of laws- of the State orFlorld. . : & .D.nlll. .IIIL-flleVlt theolflciti and -also 4o advertise *am*..n, ,local r
to..the C u the ltthall b theterms, of the following : dated.) oft.tneVcierleiof- Klr_UCourt' :.tj'ak ;

"> :Hcslth;. Plat<;Glui LI 1 ., .or-.some person d..I In nalwork'coveerd.at the fe ent" Offloer'appointed.'be.tho 'dat Lot.' ....ab"At.ndanc .' ARTIIx.Tfl L'shill < of Osceola CountyFlorida.. ,In ...a.c ItIL'r! ( : City. ,a.. .

1 east twleo TeeOSCHOLAQUAeo'ErZttTI' Book No I. Sid lSens ,
a 'year of this Act to furnish scribedpage f )
and Boiler Iniurance, and It the County Superlnendnt of tho Principal- or,teacher In charge ofany'school TLE COMPANT. -. - fuithi-. /0) .. $ "? ,J ,NOTICV'OFfBXBOVTOBl \ '
Public ''instrution'shall / determine within the territory or district .,.' .. The prlnepl '0'10 and ylaceof ona Street Fifty ,( said Vefdnt' df I "Flaal \ :' d
from 'tv. (
that child ifor- which th. officer'Is ba.ln. Town of bacl Str 1.
after such examination, any t..d'nl '
Wssternly
Bonds zecutec 3 tr'bt. h* shall appointed with At..dllc' ''Klsslmmee' Osceola County. State .of and h.. ft. is/'Ci.iC I
Legal has not been properly a name* Thlr ydra (U **. .. -ef v Cytmtrcf JsiteeV -
reVoke .tb..autborlt) of the parent or of'all 'children district who ''Florida, and Its business may be con..ducted Hundred and and'being"Witty"tb0)feet. ,. - state ... o
r such child and shall should ,. such elsewhere In' the State.of Flor earl lino/ ; ceajstyi ..
teach. '
to ,
the ,
guardian togthrwlth la > BMata ef
.t.nel line. e
Same:Day.. Needed., require said parent of guardian havIng .8. Attendance Offloer' ap u..;I mar be, ao..ry orwonveneent.i ,, on'.. .lo.tl.ll)hereditament and appurrenances 7
> . the custody control or chargeof under the provisions of i Mils'"i1<, '. Is '". given to whom
said child to at. Act -la hereby'authorised enter.' f on ARTICLB ti;,, thereto belontlt. Hot. that
to cause ?
J said child \ A. on the d.'otIpt.mbr..A
,,
I, the' bush thla.Ind ;, Ill
L ,
ot Dated D
tend or private school forthe the purpose ot assbtng.ln- the proper ,! The'general nature of .. D. 111. I' l" to
remainder said school year; enforcement of this any' office ness, to be transacted by said Company Wt'
: ; of the 'Act. 'BAB8 T. M." Murphy, .
OffiCE:: )StdBarBaunIg'r any parent guardian. or otherperson factory or business, house .of any nature '. shall be .followsTo : Special .E aneely. of Said Court, as. Judge of .U..
having the custody, controjorcharg whatsoever forthe.: pur poo ofasoertaining'wh.ther' make .areh.. opinion._examinations KRhIlRS. .STEED. for. my 'final 'discharge
and to AKERUAN .m..trlc r
,
of any child shall fall to com- or. not.any child .of the estate of Lewis R.
ply' ...Ith the order* of the County Soperlntendent ore children are.enrolled or employed land and ,other forms of property land!) to'Guarantee Solicitors for- Compl"n..nt JI..t.ceased', and, that at the same..lme ;
of Publle 'ln.trarUoa: hs therein who should, under the provisions : and Incur Title to will my final accounts Bx.
.hall -be-llable-to penalties .arlBaftr -l"this-Act,-be. In attendanceupon land;:. other forma' of propertyand to NOTICH.. o APPI, CAT0N-VOR present. said and .k a,/ too
'make '
that'In the following school. . ' execute and' insure ..tat8. 1e
. Provided, any opinionsf DOWBR their approval. -
J. ....I .
THOMPSON 'certificates, policies and-
cases allchildrenbetween'the ., 10.It Is hereby made; the'duty Dale Februar 11th, "ISIL
of seven ani sixteen of the Attendance"Officer In the territory '. Title Guarantee and Title In.urnc.; To''Whom-tt May .4R
.both-Inclusive ayes shall be' exempt ..or'\ districtover..which ,ihe .has to buy sell, transfer convey ....0 do. Notice Is' hereby-: ccrf' t th- 11.d.r.IA0 : m2 .COHON/

Funeral Director hrirs't of this "mentallyorFphVilAallr supervision, or for which he1st appointed 'liver? acquire by. purha., encumber 0. Elubetl Cot.rman l.oaI.'m. .r. r. N
JfnyTlcMM wJle I, I 'to .makeand wisedispose of. of '
file'tp'therprop. O 'ISOTiCE or :
Cot.ra.Llat. .
!pleasepledge! manage 11'10
perform .use d..lop "
.., hteapclt.te" .to er Court 'complaint ;: In due 'form1 and exchanges real cools (Far Final ) 7
Improve Ou"t,1
school duties: eatlsfaotory proof (of I against. any person or person vlolgt-.- mixed proprty eeaseA . lit the.Coart of the .1 (
AND such Incapacity-,t..., be submitted' . to ( fr th*'provlsloas .-this -Act. and Issue.personal promissory'tnotee.rcertUlCalesof or. (!pro County Judge. '.dt Oet. County. iC..rt.f"Cndt Js.g'e' Ceesty.et. .

the Attendance. Officers.Second. . I Beer 11.. Every 'Attendance OtflcerAppolnted -.Indebtedness, . aad l''otherforma* State of fonder f J a.11 .. Oeeeola .. ef Klertde.'
Any child.'Who-'' under the i provisions this bind of the widow's dower out of U..
" LICENSED EMBALMER; factorily completed the- eight. .au..1 Act shall keep. record of all attendance .::''corporation of credit and therefor'the'' to.property the .extent the said 'Andrew,Cot.r.-deceased, In' ** Estate ci ,Jessss' W. Lilly. '4

mar school grades as ... notices ..r.c..n case proaeicuted. ,\i specified herein t to : money on and that .on ..h. July* A Notice. all whom
.i the State Course of Study of this .* fines other, serv',' notes and- bonds* .. 'loa by mortgage D., .n. tho undersigned will Judge If may coencerrnn. tbal'0n 'the .I.t.day.'. \

& Stats or a course of study, adopted by, lees .nd.r.d., and/.h.l r make annual', real estate or any kind of personal to the Honorable T. 1f.'.Murhy. of July A. lilt, 1 t* thy "
Store: and'' Chapels. Bt#, ATB, any .. school or tutor, the, .h* Cosnty. on property; to carry on a general real of '.. /h Court./to. 1_.- the Honorable 1 M. Murphy Judge of _14.Car
k -i or the equivalent of. such eight gradescomputed. Board'' of Publlo, Instruction, on1' estate and rental collecting business Sheriff said County, eom.aDdln. aa Judge of for my ,
111.-; "' In another State. and, hold', blank-to,furnished'> him .neal. tor act as real Estate brokers and him to' summon .. . ac ae Eao.t Probat. the estateot'James -', Vd
.. : ": taga certificate of having completed make reports- -more I.re.)] gents to a tax paying'agen. ercSln.'to law.-'who'' shall al.e'. M: : and Jba\\ r
NNNH NNNNNIUI such grades, signed "by" e, principal quired by. the County Board of PblC';. cy and 'to on4ao aa-ent. attorney In ol pettlon.r her the same LI my ,
of-the school' under Whom completedand In.lroUon. and, smul ,. perform fact .. a4mlnl.trato. legal est said at'Which Urn all' a aeooaats aa d.ssl !
)
I '' b.tb. County ?uperlatenojhnt .. .. .outora for'persons. Interested In' said .
: countersigned shall b.. required of:(I persona .tt. and ask for their s-iproval. i.-; a','
TILLER' of- PublleInstruction of. him by .the Count? Superintendent of.:' Arms, corporations, partner whether a creditors heirs at,- : ..Dated 17th.-A.' DJ 1 I.i
: tho County: la which,... said jrs ".was loln_ U.n.' . - ships .and, IndividualsI", nested kI.can,be heard.... ebJ.an. .":- V.bruJ ', ti
-Ez.eutNL'
r oompl.ted.'O"! ;- ilea 11. -If, parent, guardian or;J:wltV ofythe If any have.to th*
.Un.
i Real, I.rAp. e cy.'I; t Tblrd. VAny'child' whoai Services other person havingthe custody, control -**ald rino1smortgage.4enQt... the prayers. of said ' 1..10..a.Cat.. I : : rrNOTi'R
: 'are nVcesssgy for the support or as- or charge of any child withinthe ... .. 'to**f- This., ELIZABETI' P. 1 1 T Or'' ADIMIMIWIEATOp; .'. "
*
a ..Sdo..cSmoth.ro" oth compul..f..ho-at.od.nc ages as;feet sales and transfer of real and'personal.propertyl CO'r M (Felt.FUet Pleahsirga.) 1
t'
1 ./'person dependent'upon said hnd -to the'' to manewe occupy Widow ot Andrew ., Artee
I Re 1t7c-boa.Lt.d oldL, ,.: ) said dependency t&"...e County Br.of Public-. Instruction','ad improve ,.reapersonal ceased, ." >-.- .. I."". ', '''c**>. .C
' ", Seven by affidavit of'th.rdepende0tperson orto th Cu which a trial,, .Dd .m....' 'rper,. sash. p.... e "", P;
J tu 1 'ratecL.1- and at .least two-.other. afflda-! maybe 'fo.; of prosecution'under ':' In tb.lr bahal. to .nt. 1_..a. M4TER'S .A no C.cah.eY ,
MrTx nd t .ti a- ,Its a. $o ..salt'np.nden0y'; by disinterested thl. proof that' dl.po l Ared to ? ..nd es-/1 taeiali.1 Sasslr:de /j ,
;< ,: *, paid .Till : .. to aald he or' she Act U.futor said, all other ac t. le connection wick tb... Notc b.n that under,. -Nolle Is hereby t

',. child ..orj.dependcntanjl1 auch,. other child, to attend school, said person on power.necesear .' re uisite. .expedl..nt."proper I In the It .I..t. "J n
.0rIron-rald.aa. ; .. stay )
be required by and Issatl.raotor7t persons shall be exempt from the pen i . Dr 4.lrbl. ant ..ppl.. case of-'WIlllam J. Fling'vaWFrankVansAsnew 'oer..tb't =- patbsaeySsldiscchaarrf J'
Fin.I LUe ,9tlld CCJ o.-.. *ths nAUendafO4Offcer citiesher.In'provtdea'tortheren.attendance ._ rand 'Asthur, W pajjagaa.: ptbr A at dee
.j I ,- .. .. tf,to . ] t .ebl. afnrphy. '.Ja ;
r having authority to grant ex.rnptlonaF.Uth..Aii of such and In all such' -ed ." ; gee do.dll'. In the' %u I. ..
.. 'earaace.' ,- -child- .b.tweeaheage..of.ev.n cases- said chid'Cblr..i Ir. boy, 'be erally't. exercise eusk power. su .maybe .n..t' .Jadoal!Crlt. aeAdminl.trato"oft '. e
I ;- 'Ponds.Grow and anet7eara.Jnclu.iv. committed to'the .. convenient.tothe. pur' of the .Stt. of Vlor. I . "
Indemnity Cour In.I".nt '' the
: ,, ., who resides mere-ttl.n two milesCoid Florida .Industrial Osceola , Cnr tse undersigned and that at eb Sral\.J."A41.d.lJ '

, .......... . ... ........ .. .. \. and If' a.for" girl Girls, to or the, said State'boy IndustrialSchool ''or said it* 15M 1MI mPSt"t0a NN4 . .. a sell.t. p.bU..atC.. "- Chas.esry. for' en t to said Court of said my Baal wilI.and aslt'for

. ; :.... Grip iui4 tafiffu. *' 1 girl maybe, committed' to some other'Correctional' '... ss Uxatres eueeULAXX .a.b.a.11. to . Administrator their .ut.. +,
y
<' 1.- 'f School.for' ' .I*bettertaau ae the freat'loot' or h.Ceutt, Howe .p..al.- -UU.'. c
: reoi' r''crop ink u io'eltiToT..tof < LAkL17vLlIt0M0: Qmza NR.wtb.etwi ta..a.do'tb. County of ..prlla4 n'
a '' of current school t .a._ - .t. In Klsalmm.e ol "Dt .
rstor organic matter 'to wfese 1I..ar Ins Caton seal iTa1G9WYi7r1 800.- 11. '"Any. County Superintendent 'mV State of Flor4. durlnrl 0 '
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:iU soli. '. v. :.tea-I., >ldraa.MOoa.l09.,?.. 'reel .of labile' ,,Instruction' who. .' fails- ,to;' the. Sra=.'&U1 hours of ; Ko.dr..,. th..ft. C.1 :8' S

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tw.::, "KttMMMEE" IS 'DEFINITELY '71[business ,The Colonel at Arcadia ; : .

: 4, Mttns-exceedingly*r.:appreciative: of I' ''r
., '.DESIGNATED' AIR' 'TERMINAL..the 11IJendW treatment given his men Clolid
by the people of .Kissimmee,, and we St. Department :
+ '(Continued from Page One). i(want you 'to take this file in person *" 1s i s7GeD.la'Hardwar Co;

'Mr.N,Cr.wford'cont with''J.) : E.: .to the proper department laying . ? .. . . .
{ Lupfer- who v had been In touch special stress ..on '''these facts in asking r'Locnted'on
with'' the situation from. the tlrst visit for the waiver'' of' the requirements NEWS AND, NOTES' FROM,ST., CLOUD TUE; "WONDER ,CITY: ." +

..f the'' aviators, and the following In .section. eight heretofore . 'BT. ".OUR",RKjaVLAR. COimESrOHiDB. .*. ..+. Kfcsittimee's.BUSIEST .
letter mentioned. I" .
was the result: ,
Klssimmee, Fl.., June 20, 1919 Mr. Se'ri 'wa not lonor 'in acting CORNER; ,

)ton. 'W. J. Sears,' M. C... Washlng- on these suggestions and he wired Mr., and Mrs. Harold Hedrick: were "pending some time'' hereleft Monday .
ton, D,,C. Mr." Crawford Wednesday irbrnlng/ : callers at'Klssimmee on Wednesday' for his, northern home.1' '
t Dear Joe;. A* chairman of the "Ob'' tlons removed. ..KIssiramee def-I Mr. "and Mrs. A. B. Daniels'were .

:; >.-,omniittee} appointed by the. board of Hnitely. decided upon. Papers have the guests on Tuesday of Mr. and VETERANS'. .ASSOCIATION.' Kiddie'Ko'ops
fi trade and Kissimmee I been .forwarded." '
council
city'
Mrs.' Young, at their grove this side
deelred'to The ''Veterans' Association was .
set, enclosing, herewith our complete I| Kliaimmfr has loner be ol Ashton. t
file In ,matterof having Kiuimmeedesignated made an official!, landing? station for Mr. W. G. King and Mr .. l orothyJaques by cabled the to president order at W.2 p.F.' m Kenney., on June After 21.,' ) 'Bless die' babies, we've got just what they need I The Kiddie w

,a. a permanent landing air ship' and has neither worked time toward thatfroal left on Monday for a visit 'atDaytona the usual opening'' exercises! the !Koop., is a pretty, ''enameled: bed on wheels, all! screened in white and
Held of the Aviation Department. sparing nor money .
I Beach. minutes of th.,'' previous meetingwere everything pertaining to Baby's 'c mrort and wants has, been' thoughti
You will note' from the eighthpara in oreparintr the field and this recov-J Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Callatin' and
k graph'of the letter from the Depart- 'tilt Ion bv the government, ,, is naturally baby' Margaret, and Mr. John Hop-Cloud read yell and approved. ''The St. or..n .applied. Considering the high((tlass service.it is capable.of theprice f'
Kent; dated April 80th that it gratifying.'EPWORTH. '' was voiced by the audi- .' i
,.' re ton left this week to spend, the summer ence. The program was .In charge of is very low. '
: ouirea to maintain the *
us two men on at Donora, Pa.Mrs. .' '
the W' C. ' issiiii
t Held at1b0.00'' month. .. LEAGUE GIVES Mraf, Ward as '1
\ per Franklywe I. O. C. Knight and two'children leader as follows ' .
:
: are nnmtrt to do this, but after POVERTY SOCIAL leave Tuesday morning to1 join Mr.Knlarht .I' Ws.advertised extremely-- low .
SonlZ'J by the W, C. T.. U. ladies Some weeks "ago Dressers at an :1 .
j. conferring'with! the Colonel at Arcadia ..' at Thonotosasaa.,, ' I /'
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"Out for Prohibition. We f
A temperance sold 'iclear around room. ,
i : we are led to believe that it istwssible The Senior Epworth League gavea ' .Mrl.'Rhoeb. DepeW'Was'the'dilfnertruest rate. Since then we've enough to go a

It'i i ." the Department' may waive poverty social at the M. E. bungalow . on Wednesdayof, Mr.,,, and I I I I selection A'recitation by'M..Rubt.by Goldie'' Grove still have a few more left that will So'.t' the low ''price. but'you'tad. '; ...j. ::/"r

i "rr.. this requirement In 'our.call! In''view 'Tuesday night when a'merry ,Mr k Theodore Deschner. M..../'De.- -titled "Grumble Corner." en- better,, speak quickly-if you''want' one. '. W'j t tI'
J rr of the .tut that w.'have for-many p.rty.of\ young people-assembled to chener had ,on hen table a linen tablecloth I Select M I>' ;
Reading Comrade
by Ma. $
.''r\ months past provided suitable* field enjoy the novel sight of "r and kept thereon oil gas. etc fort tan'' at a party. ilU years ago.Capt. .- # John Corn." BOuT ((
Barley HOW AN WL.
: ;;1\ ore of .the aviator,< and in 'addition I I Miss Cecelia Overetroet and Miss '\ and Mrs. L. D. Frost and I I'Miss Address '
I|I .
by
Mr.lU. P. -
( ter
.' ;i' Fo "On ::
\ 1\\.- ,/ have provided special police>> to 'the','Nina Bratton were hostesses.and had' E.. -S.. Peet-left on Saturday!;'the 'Movement'for a Sober Wor cf.*' 'We"have" article for sale i "IhaT Is well" nigh 1ndispensible"1opersonsi "
tiff;. : 'the machines .at.all.times while ,arranged a program of stunts when morning for Sanford where they 1 I I .Recitation by Mrs. Kibble, "Little ,who want to mend harness, shoes, addles-belti'and all'kinds' .t.tof
I
men in the cltv\ visitinv
were or' on', contribute took the river- to Jacksonville
each Demon was asked to trip Bobbie's Pa." Lock Stitch Sewing .
leather goods. We refer to "Cower's Famous 1
? f and from there by the Clyde Line to >
i 1 I to the pleasure or the guests. Rev. .Beauchamp made a' talk .
!I The Sunday school orchestra as New York city. Misa Peet will go Woman's Suffrage. on Awl." This will enable even unskilled )person:! to mend leather hI:

: sisted-bv Mrs. S. H. Bullock and Mra. to her former home at Bridgeport./ I A splendid recitation by Mr. Jennings '- and canvas goods in a satisfactory manner. t : .1
:
Mandalay Durocs Verna Ellis played several selections Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. Frost will / entitled "Ben Dean r
Engin :
I, $ $ $ $ $; f $ $ $
4 land the evening was concluded with spend the summer with their' two eer." .' '. '
tf ,.e.r ., refreshments of punch and 'eon.' with LV. Frost of New' York i Ladies Quartette' sang, "Sound the WHAT.OUR OFFICE DOG THINKS {1 1'J
city at his summer home at Babylon "
w.fera'i Jubilee. Closed with the Star-
.BRED".SOWS' AND, GILTS WE SECOND THE |L I., and with Donald K. Frost at Spangled Banner.. '

9m .OPEN AND' WEANLING GILTS The resolutions to 'divide the 'State ''Schenectady, N.\Y. l Heard aft old booze 'fighter tell! the other "q .r'
,|I Mr: and Mrs. A. Lindermari left on
'"/0' and males all 'ages.Aeclimated" and make the state of Florida and '.Monday to spend the summer at- CAMPBELL NOTES day how "tangle foot" could be made Y ;, ,.\ '" w
the state of South Florida failed to ,
,< 0 hogs *ralae4, la the .pass the House by eleven votes J i'Johnson I Mr. Dayid City'Blumbaugh Tenrr. 'left Thurld.y r at home in the ice, 'cream freezer in ,

South.MANtiALAV. ,'South' Florida was to take in all the) for the" home at .Johnson City-, ,... and Mrs. R. C. Trimble. and ;spite of the prohibition laws, and then f
counties. south .of the north lineof'St. He son, R. C-, Jr., went to Tampa Sunday he \
Alachualcounties' Tenn. was accompanied as faras.Jacksonville..by gave a coarse 'laff'at: the temper- t I
FARMS Johns Putnam and
rl+ai [ JJ ..Jome1'.Jennine. ;. morning to meet Mr*. Trimble' 'f"'
While 'old
h' : discussing'"the1"e1O- .. Mr. Jennings expects to go mother Mrs.-HrWadham7; and-. 'eDceeffortl'Well., anyhow rchp 1 t
MIDDLEBURG. J s t 'FLtttIDAVFORSALEll) lutlon one representative said "State i on to Bridgeport, Conn., to visit a.. granddaughter of Mrs. Wadham little the freezer in the home will never turnout '

division" i. sure to come why'not sister who, is in poor health.St. Mary Louise Fuller They accompanied as'many drunkards as the saloon
:* I't now? We think he was right, it is ), .. Luke's Mission Guild gave an Mr. and Mrs. Trimble back down town. x 1 <#1
surely coming some day aa the 'interests infbrmal teal! at the Guild hall on home to'spend aom.'time with them. .
of North Florida and South Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Thursday afternoon last In honor of Reaves were
Florida are so widely separated they the members' the gladly surprised Wednesday when
: so soon leaving for
\ .
.. cannot co-operate.for..thepreper-de..north Capt.Gay' S.- Morgan -and' the- l.tter'.I.te..nd ,her- 'family;
velopment 'of both sections. And Mr. and Mr C. H. Osceola Hardware Co. : 1
family. Miss E. S. Peet, Mrs. George Strickland; came
] : 17 Head Cow Ponies I ITractkaDy while we have the floor w. wish to Bracy and daughter, Mary; Capt.'by from Georgia; wber. 'they had
in
.. place nomination for the captal of land Mrs. L. D. Frost A social( two been visiting relatives ''for several ,
all Mares, 3 and 4 ,the state of South Florida a city hours were enjoyed by all.- The guests weeks. They left on Monday tor.
*- ideally located who will do credit to t]were seated at one long table and theirhome at West Palm Beach. I II ,
eM. ;
.:> year ,the state and honor to.
benelt-KIa-1 several bright "short talks" were I Miss Albina Smith made her usual

s % .$6500'Each I slmmee We second Melbourne the motion and hereby given. The tea was in charge of Mrs.. visit week.Campbell. on Tuesday of this oo.oO.. .. . ... . ... ,. .. .. .O..toooo.o.o.toooo..ooo..
I W. B. Rush, Mrs Sarah Norris, Mrs.Mary
F. O.B. ,,
,1' 1 M0rriiton.fl ,request the /governor to call a special Reynolds, Mrs. Gardner Mrs. I Campbell's.has been the scene .

.A. H. TORRENCE I & CO. ,''over.session of the legislature to. .put It !Clara Sims and Mrs. Edna Wain- of a series of dances lately the
wright. latest one was .on last Thursday

. . I I Mrs. Oliver Knight was the guest night, when Mrs. E. E. Brown entertained -
Subscribe the
.tt..t.tttt..tttft.-- for Valley Gazette. in
honor
+ f on Monday evening and Tuesday of of her son. Francis -
r Mr. and Mrs. John* Carlton at Kissihimee. -, Brown who.wae home for a few R.S.FLOYD' '

I .... days from Wymauma, where he is
r .. Mr. and Mrs O. C. Knight and two employed. Delicious ice cream and ,.
L P f children, Miss Helen Perdew and JPhipoe cake was served at the clos- of the ,"

''f were the truest on Sunday evening. It is said there- was between

Yl Economy to Both ,_ o( Mr, and Mrs. William Phipps. 1100 and 150 guests, enjoying 'this rrI .,
jJ Pan Armstrong, oney\ of Uncle, event. .
Sam'a sailor boys, stationed at I Mrs. John Reaves;; and two charm '

r Hampton Roads, Is home on a furlough ing' daughter, No.rma'.Varw: Florence. Groceries and'
f. .HeaItlLand. Purse : .)._' / and! Mrs. J. W. '0lvigrtianvisited I ,
The Ladies: Aid of the M. E. church Campbell on Tuesday;.' They spent .

< gave the pastor a birthday surprise the'.day with Mrs .Tril bJ..M Mrs.: ,
4 .Reams. -
Monday evening. i
I 'follow change from Mr. James Mosser, who hal been'I Mr: G. B. Woodall'wa... In. Camp ;' :
spending the winter here with hi. bell this morning ''taking 'the school Fresh Meats :
f. coffee to the American grands: J. C.' GSflitan and family,'census 'of this. part of the county. .

( r left this week for his, home at Daw-. ,Mr. Woodall brought: us the glad 1 1
.table '
drinltfPOSTUM ,it'dinp-s' that the school1 "
1 .. Ion Pa. i board or \iMr. .
rr ... Mr. Cathcart returned home last ,Yowell, /Isuperintendent .of Public Instruction
Friday: after, seeing 18, months .ofi was strbngly'consideringa' I
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service, plan) to ."
,J: ]I transport the Campbell 4ft
N.... Emma Crawford of Pennlylvalli -{i 4 school to' Klssimmee. 'and- it is up to "'Phon&I76'302B roadwu ;
CEREAL :' a, :who,'-has been spending the the people of Campbell to see that \ i

wlnter here with her brother's this measure 1 J. -made ,a reality.. I ., ."' '' . t "" , I. > n.'...tt1. . .:.1 ...U! .('I,. .
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I'S. ily left this week for her \ ". ;', ." .'
,' -' . ... home. She was, accompanied by I.m-'I. K. OF P. INSTALLATION.. : .. / :,
A niece. ,Mrs George 1 "
rich full-bodied 'Mrs.,,S. ,J.&Triplet!: dark.-returned t last,,_newiy_.On_.._,Wednesday elected L L' oincers. evening oz. _nenasnip next, the. -. .- .-.._.. .........-..._- .-. ._........._....-... ......_.......".._._..... ._...-..._........-. .-.A. .. ._ .. .. .. .. .. , : .
,beverage boiled .full week from-a visit to M17'Triplett.tOkeechobee. -Lodge: 'IC. of P. will be'installed at vvvvvvvw v!i i?

Mrs. Triplet expects to ;which time it ,is that .. '" '
hoped > i" i- 'Ii
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,- l :fifteen; minutes, after: ',join her husband permanently' Inter :member of'the lodge-and a41 visiting C. A:::CARSON. President. |r" N. C. BRYAN: Secretary! r.s.,;; J
Mr. and '
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Mrs E.
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Stearn lefton .
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"" ; brehren. wilh be present. ,. ;: '
: boiling begins:, :Pure Wednesday J to spend some time' at I Atrthe, close ;of the., installationceremonies '
Johnson ,, Tenn.. I I CAOkOFAkft1Of "
City -the' newly elected officer THE WATERS:& t Tr
: '.r. and free, from: the Mrs. Solon Brown wasa' .visitor;'at!will be hosts at a banquet to,be served ]

: Kissimmee. ton Wednesday, 'r j< In the ..banquet:,.jaoom '.of.'Traternlty ..-
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t .nerve: impairing "drug.caffeine. / .. -Mr;', Sllsbte;. who,has been spend:, Hall.l \ .' I''W6oksaleaad.. ;' .Retail, Dealers 'in ... .
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t "' 1 :the)winter here, left Wednesday The officer elect are f "
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>v ,, i for. Michigan. ''C..Cf J. L. Overstreet. I ,
:- ", ::'1.: t .::... l'Twosties ; Misses Fleda, Lottie ,and Jessie VO....W.-H.. Peaks i .'. . : I
',. < .., , ?d I Doolittle.left'. 'on .MondAY, for their M. of WJ,, c. Buckels.t f. ; ., .. GROCER1ESi. :

: usually. lcl.'at.l5c''and. .25c., home' 'At 'Carbondale, Ohio. ; .,' : '. P.:-;t.M: ; Gardner., , :.,'
; .' ** ' MI.,. Mine RoctIt who hit been K..ofR.S'. :: and M.rof;, P4.."D. . . (
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< unending the .winter - w f l '
# here, left on Jeffords.... ; .
.:*: ; "'A'::At'Pfoeere Everywhere: Monday' t'evening, for. i>BroWnstbwn., .' M. at. A.,- .Li'Lupfer., ., oe. oo.oeeo'eoea +.t + + .
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,. .:. accompanied home'' by; L. G< F< Dusenberry.- .. ; " 11
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,4 ,'y. .:.,... : -, .' n' " ,', ""f)' ," (. .: ,, ...-I ,I her" Mr.\friend Trickle, Evadna; a grandson'of! Harris.'. Mr.'and, ; y'" .O.S' .'G< ,. ,H.. Driggers.' '1-' ''" .. 'SELL' .. 'e' 0 ti .., 'WE'. BUYS t.. >. 1. I,

MfII.- V. L. Lenox 'who. ':has .: '. ,
been
FLAG DAY ,
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"ft. .. ,"I I'. < '1'j\ "r'. --Iune14tb was, something long.to .HAT1'. , . e e. ,,DIDES I". : 'p' r.I# I; 1'WE 1-i
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.. / Post and Circle $
Sedgwick ; Therewere 'GRAIN. .
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t ': ,I" :. .. I eat The FERTIUZEK3., .. .
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'" ,P. thereon will not be CIt..IWOOL ..-',.,
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.,< A H"" '7 '" forgotten a* long .. ..morr wtl.. "" - .
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'. > .1 ,' ,' 7 After -dinner' there! were numerous .' "$ V '."!* ', .1" .I I .j
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:;\\.1 , '. AI.", .', ,. '" > ... . ,' ".,. impromptu speeches by the comrades : *:"' "'7A1'iD'\:: .( '.

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and then 'f
dismissal
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\> )" ,, "' ., .'. .. .:' I ./ all feeling that > .' 'f A'.. 1 ... [, w .
.,'L. ,,i" ,, ( 'f v. ,, .. \ .' it was good to have been there.. ' ,,,., 'I, \': ,'* "-f 1 '"' " r..; .: ORANGE WRAPS 1 l'l'f", .:ALL / '
',ot .... r ? ; /"V1 l : .(Signed) Sedgwiclc;; Circle! 0 .'I\ > ; ,' ;Ih.\,\,, .tl
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r "- *.1' -, .. ,. . -*.,y/, ,, :.' ,4k'{ . 12:00: Lm. Preaching the pih- 0. +" X PRODUCE I.
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I J V'S' ,.'' .c, 'We'shall' .bV glad. "' to." have. joii: ;o p n'a'Checking'; Account(; at ,tile',,'<;
: Citizens tanL W can serve as'good; a.'anY.b.u-' belleveV. '' 1 . ..... --s-.. he"f!
you ,7110 m.: EpworthLeague! ;:
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I / j-f' ,.y' ; .We' sell Field and CareA'
:" '1'" ' ; .( meeting,' Miss Pres. 'I .seed.of.n! f&d.,, .
klian .I Huffman :
a'' <'r" flitter t ;most t banks.' / - J" 4W.'I1"e ,
f' .' :' .Deposit..yourmoney'as. ]soon'hi'you: receive ,+'V'f't.i : . ; &:80'p., IIL;Preaching JIth..pa.- pedal .attention -to fining out hunting aod v camping nardes '
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'" 'alhbfI--;t i l\ i / 'OiV.5*' ;.rii' "vii ''V'"'. .' tor. Subject;r .,Preparitor' Christ ,.<,<' Free deliveryin city limits, phone 'X
,I.! 'itPay: ". Jqr,.checks ,It!.is. suipnsug flow much futerhyou can < Coming v' to- '" .' : .; No.12.rrCi! ; :: ;; '> \ )U" f .
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:fertilizer .
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1' :: >1vetnooer-w the Wi n.tbe J4ket .. i "' W P rice'onfertilizer.7 T 77. .ana.
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w < .1" ;:* iT' >. ; 'indeed ,of .. any I'M' .w....
i t.h&t.GoTerDOl".eau.wU1: beacandidate la"tted7'a iw t
v \ ,. '; .h "' value tG".th.State 'and nation :
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: .. : .: : ; " .. : .. :... _: f, State.U.'Senate Fletcher BOW. It occupied is hardly by, likely Duncan . . .CltOVE......11_* TASTELESS.a (Mr*:or ku. Moaueh bIoord dl,talus., .' p rtlr j

'' ', . that many reI' thinking ;voters will kiHION10*.Ma nt8Iadr
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__ T . ;. .. .. cifizeos.J \ ., , .. ".",.."..{ "' 4 care to make the change' They know SUBSCRIBE FOR THE aemwthedyo doaw.cewats.erdrn.Ba.eadck the .t' .
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01 .. .. --...,."... ...........'- representative in the Senate...He-i* a KISSIrftfrfEE VALLEY.6KIETTE. to puIcI.....,..urwer.......die. w
or"t \'who has ....... oP awill,
: "Op KISStMMEB' man the confidence: and re- .
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;? .r.. I .' .", ( I ' ,. . . ., edj I. ;tSURD'"' II: ) 1,9 man sped;of of ability the entire and-nation.of influence He.fa. imi. f tt. .Ilt i< etr*'*L 0 ca.Ia.k -. .-- .. ... . ,
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f '..... .. ..... -rDVE' _ "' . wisdom to .set such a. man" aside for ; :RATE; : I oder : '
. "\l 42.00 PF .YEAR hnproyem.nti ; .
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