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 11, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00963
Source Institution: 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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i Leads iii 'by'Ooerwhelming MajoritySUMMARY 1-' eturns As Florida's: Sonar'I '' .;.
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Ron, Cary A...Hardee .of Live'',oak ectM Presideat of'Grocery. .., 'Dttncan"l1." Fletcher will ,'be returned -'

OF REjU.RNS' will be; Florida's
- having received at tbe.band. ,of !r Btya.'s'Pl.cL. so |say ta. people .f- Floridawhogay. : :
and him.*n.overwhelming majority, .

WIDE the people a gratifying, support BY SCHOOL BOARD'Almost Notable,, ,changes were madeVln d, ter-1. ,' _.. I .. r : >, ;},
FROM STATE .circles this week
Ettssimme
tV ; i business + ;
caused by the .resignation of )ExJenator Met'Wedae.' aay'State f! :
'
W Mon C..JU'Carson: from the'pres
the entire time ,.the
1 "
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY board ofpublicinstrucUon idency of the.State Banks Mr., Carson's .r Lipe.1 ..
county .i
.. ct.yoteel'.to.' ill health made it imperative I Jepa .,{.... .,: t. ..
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-\1'' I : . l considering:ticher was JjU e.ttolt7.mt that-he should'putu ftsM+ i .... .. ..._ .,.. Ge.4-Ale. {.;;

.,/Fletcher: Rut FlM *... Pafls > : ., many'other appointments were made activities :' 'le.t.eliway.-.oda...... '. 4JA's :' V
Dei Hon.N.. Cw- Bryan, State,,Representative ; m r
I. for thecoming term. .
Majority af,2l,144--1fsr'det: . ..: 'lftri 'tMAiJ3rThe' ]
f f. .stf; from the 19th district and
.feats ..... Oppevmt*-Sear* ,... .....1, .. ;( ,.: , MlM-Myrtiia F. Beds'applied f . .
> the position of teacher, of music and Board County CommUslonitf.teit -, .
;'
Easy ,w...., ."'\ ., :" MJss' Medora Russell applied forthesecond ; bas been on. of the staunch, businessmen "' W.dn daW ;
} on >lnaU pt
.y 4 I It 5 +e r >
.4, ""' .t' 1. of the ,city ,was, elected to fill '
+ .
yV grade. Both were appointedto ..r.ithe.t..cwa.. iatsTijSrme t
... .
'gives'the''fol who has
The Tampa Tribune ? their old positions : t thf i'position.Mr. > Bryan,l been ,
lowing summary of the Tact*'for the ; ; ; 'Among the teachers, 'for. the St. been manager of the-Waters a, Car- stpon4> account: of thepr4parp'.1ittiat"oemina

United State. Senate and Governor. so* Company for. ,,has I wttTuesday. w1g,,
Grocery years-
Cloud schools ,bo have been,
\ em- ..
't t A. yet there are no figures" available .. : ployed are: Miss Laura JLee assistant etered; hi : ;connection 'with ,the "I Capt.'Bre..... .a ed'tnVWrd. ,tallow .'
-
tow relative to the nomination,. 6f other .' Miss Ruth and exchanged his ,.stock him ,to have an 'equal shar,
principal Sampson, "
; '
tat* officer-. ,- ": j -, *. x "" .".' one of the high school teachers Mrs compute'. ,of the bank.: (thaJaturanoe-on'xjenniy I pvopart-r, ;

With the ,.returns from .tJ-.' Demcieratic :;. primary/, ..Tupday.\U1) incomplete -< "...ei.' '',' S hlob. Miss Katharine Shadoan. ne/iwas/ making be aids: ; A'motioft by 3. H.Balaenrto; nl..'

,, >The .=Tribune's : .tabulation .t..< r'.. HIaa .Mary Florence, Mrs. Rose M : In the contest between Senator Dun .,. KnsieMiss,; Landlt Mrs. to how r this position \will ..ap 000 did notyearryeit vt oY .
Rosemary
tan U..Fl.tehei"" and,Gov.,'<,..S.
for the.. United.'State .enatorshlp.. Mrs.' Mary ,J.. .Prentlc domestic Ihave, Into,It and hope W'build Mallet, of, St. Clouct1n. the matter.of '
give,, a total r.i: of v 78,818 .otea", of 4 science teacber.' up one of the- most prosperoujubankslnvthsato. damages to hi* client's 'Pro

,'-yarhica the eeo tor .hu.6;,241.aD4tba; At' Finney Point Mrs.'LottU Huff.1- ( ." ', the SC'i Cloud road asked? rtTS': "r., ,

governor.. 22.077.H..U''i;evident, that ,. - wasappointed.! -' & Mr. .Bryan's,''t ucee.Jt1..bn- eo.t'ot the flu be' allowed':o. "
-- -- - - - &$ g1:
; r mee business man for .more, than '. from'' Its attorney,*Pat"Johnston. they
V above'. : r: 'I ;:By_a' vote,of the 'bOard: .the' faU board
HON.' CARY A. HARDtEah.2 term..of*. the KUlimmee.L' and St:, third of a century U- an open book SENATOR ''. U., FLETCHlca'at instructed AI F. Bass. to .la*
i in Florida. Senator Fletcher's majority Cloud schools%will be Moa and a* a man and a citizen he enjoys ve.tlgate, the matter and .report at.
; on " '
.-in the returns tabulated .thu* open, denee 'of H. the 'next meeting 1
r .beaten hi. in the three day-j.September > 16th *and .the the respect-and.con alL' tbe-,, primary. In fact the Catti '
opponent '
far by".The Tribune ,29,1"-\, \ ,Hi is I completing a.term In the state W *. StHCl" in'.lbeb1t. t1the. '.
be vied cornered -with a majority which rural school on ttb. Antkondayt; ; I beating U characterized a* one of T;, Makinson estate
will 88,000 'where that
-requested
'W, majority between 1.1 itimst d. at'19.3M. : '>n;;Vf Aagd.t t":' \\\V -'--' .: legislature he p1ayect..m.l the.worst in the history of the state.
:-25,000: ; "V'-tfS.: '4' : .tIa. 3 < ; *'*:.> .. ;' J ) part; in the- enactment of many -constructive the taxes on the lat.'W'T" M.kb\-i; ? ,
the; ,'Trib netlitt.. tabulated !70,889votes /-Mr.> Barde tt'.' is saiddetermined; &' 10WS ITORS;WILL . ,J JI [ '; measures. Mr.- ,. Bryan III'' Catte repudiation was. ,complete for aon'.' property be remitted for the ,
-' for the gubernator to;;be. governor! of Florida .when ,be Fletcher: will win the nomination by. time he J was. in'service.
-in the his wide
: race fitted
The
4i Ian .nomination.;Of this :Dumber Cary wan be$ a lad of'fowteen.' )..r.,7and ;;: -, MEET, IITFLORIDA IN 1921 eminently to fill J this by position of experience honor at least four to one.Bulkhead, &'hftted'the resolution V boanq;":

.' ,'Lincoln ha*''>fitted bimU for,the duties and ... ( .A petition for lpeelat'road, and,
h..U'H. Dr. mt son conferred a'
A. Harde V responsibilities ofhie., position.From .B -ad ,y, June"' \7> -George R and trait which ha; 'been;. I bridge
p Hulley 4,693 and Van CSwearingen Hosmer editor upon;him., *>v. district in township 28, rang*'-
: of-the Manatee River -
he { -u
the time first announeadhisi ,
?
Dr
23,400. Hardier b.., ..,'703" votes aadidacyvbenas1< < $! thepeo Journal Aaa wired from Boston, that C..A. .Carson, .JJ'.,.xhe 'son Vof, Ex-' ; edge: 27, was presentedand filed.- ; t
than the combined poll for his Senator elected C.-.C.'Bas.requested some'ehamgea% '' '
more p1.- of he'has succeeded in getting the National C. A. Carron was
f opponents and 19,396 more ,than their Editorial -association to meet president of -the Waters. A' Carson ,Given'Successrulesterday, to be mad in thi' Boggy Creek;road L
treat
S-nnCea-.fUI\ ,majority will be _,V Florida- in 1921. With the aid of Grocery Company. Mr.. Carson: It'' \ running by Us place. ', The ...atter"w. '1.
about 17.000.nd' his ..pluralltJ',2.OOOto ruVrVVrVVjV the Florida:'Development ard-whlch ,recognised .. on* of, ..Klssimme* :. '' .* referred ::to Commissioner:'John't7r t

V 16,000.'Y. :' < ;-s '; V lti'4: supplied 'literature and souvenirs and rising young, business, even,' who(will 'Tryout Part II for Investigation'; to b I. .

The'race-'forthe .ttorfte". meir. of t.JX C.. 'office-' still -is in doubt=--A"total of C5tilHnDoubt' Temple oranges to.the editors at of, his new position. 7 Dredge. "Ma ttt' _'A soi.) ,;.,a ;.. r11.A toad M. Smith ehahnwnof the ''oaM'r state
.I.. department1 informed'
tabulated aiveL the.
'I t '
Boston, Editor'Hosmer 41t07Hote. Rivers N. 1JDford : that=:: tha'depatnut;: preparedPfIMlJl5t00 "
14,851. wa
association 'that'rFhnridaiwasruntitled MISS McCOSKET-BECOMES'':c".t; --- -- .k ,

,,.eeondCh: >tee. Calktns vote; will 18,687.'probably' The in'QrctoloCt{ uhtj f -consideration.Mltif. >planned; .,to'..how.th.' editors, I ':$, BRIDE: OF. MR.' McEWANMr. I.f'' "':.::r { 1JJ; ,' ;,q "'IJ to St...' on.' "tile'highway pp in,. ,:the the y'.:'

U = ?
L. '----- 1F1 tclaer, tow from "Pensacola to 1U.ml.nd i this _k'to' receive a letter Interested the '
in
asked
the ;victory< of Congressman, V iysiFa Tampa., Editor ; progress: orfrtpv Son Jr., Mr. Smith if the 'department .
J .ants.C..a.Qfityrs Roamer came to telling of the marriage their bulkhead .which '.when
Drano over-George \WUder tnt tile I t Florida project com could not spend some at
First district; that of; Congressman I r Ra .Qoa*: Race.Th bel', U.from had twice Colorado' last Septem daughter 141...:,Elsie .MteCoskey, .to pleted, will transform nearly one the money now, held In other counties '..
procured the nav J.'tM.' MeEwan. which took'place in t'
W. J.'Sear over Forrert'Lake'' la the, tonal' editors .for hundred .acres of. the waste land and finish the road. Mr.'Smith stat
Fourth and of Congressman J. H.: state-wide thinks Florida far Colorado. but c he laclclOnvill..Saturd.y. / : along- the shores of, Lake -:Tohopeka ed that the other ,counties, took the? .',
Democratic the 'between '
primary the
; Th attachment
Smith wick over Wstson and Hancock surpasses young liga into ,one-of .the most beautiful .am. view'of 'the' matter and tha{ '
of' 'which took place left Rocky Mountain state in interest fot people were formed l..t-winter>when resident sections of the ,
Third and in each city'addinggreatly. alt could not be
the accommodate
iii .opintyoa *. 14.
g to,the .1 i itha the association and ,
no uncertainty '
as predicts great they were in Atlanta'and when'MissMoCoskey Veil. '
these races above mentioned V affirm to its wealth as >asThe.Maloney mad'an urgent'' "tbat tJ .. \, "

1, ;. .
i Sate'
morning after election. A: Lupfercontracting the Road .Department at TaU, :
heat ;Tuesday and an exceptionally James G. JoNhson U expected to1 was employed at Jacksonville; .} '
company! which has undertaken thisgreat lahassoe on July' 8th.' .
.' OOVBRMOH :targevote was cast, throughout the arrive from.Knoxville, ,1'enll..' Satur. The' bride has: lived Klsslmmee Pat' ; i
} tewelN county. J day for a two weeks visit with, clviedevelepment is makingrapid Johnston'reported that Mr.'
his and frlendsher.
'County Harde.. HuJ1,.. In.... The .uppaltVOf Hardee for family. While here' he trill; visit his fo'yars hasmany headway with the "work*.- The Beckwith of the Florida :East Coast;;
..*.:' /114 Jf" 6IBradford } 1o.ell"nW"D' to wishher r every hspplness 'In. her concrete wall along' the, city's block Railway,* had agreed to la S
Bak.ru- the .. fine '. put a aCloudMelboume'
__._ .a" I ,.. a, t precincts grove property, whictf Is situated married:life. '
Ba ______.... '410 I... ..J .,., II more' than five.to\ one. .t 1 some' tlve'mu", . south off the Mr. McEwan' i* 'a, nephew'of, Ih which win, become a park .waen"the, side.track at the place where the S*..
.___- I 11 Fletcher skinned Catts to the tuge.f plan-are, consummated was com highway crosses the
__. in "J., ; city. '. McEwanof, Orlando.. __ pletesome< time and the F.. E.' >' '.
'-Brow iI,m.< ". iii "iii ... iin .six to one here, in the nominationfor r .' J : -- .. ago' : construction'of. C. track, aaa suggested' that } r
r both the
Calhoun _ .64.. ,4' 111 United States Senator. I, the 'eommerdal.nd matter be taken up .at...the road 6,
Citrus -. ..___.. .91 101. 11 Sears outdistanced Lake "'efY too pleasure. docks is. beln&.pu.hed; meeting Tallahassee..' >.', "
Clay ...-.a.' vet I' 2eColmbla : ward. : C. A.' Canon-' 'blll ti
\ In the for. HON. W. iSE'A'RSj'NOMINA Jr.. resented! a
..... .._ 125. .)1 1))., .an one. race congress fr. : ,
Yesterday the.big,dredge which U 'OF1168.41 '' .
-D.de .. ....__..." a.aot V. Ul VV 246. Bryan candidate for the state aoudMelir 'on a bridge.
D..80to-\r-t ...._ __ 'j.oU 71'1r' ,) -" 411 state senate was supported bIlls to transfer a portion of the lake on the St." hlghwiSr, '
.Duval IT ..........;4,18a. "1150 te61I6.c.mbla county :but lost to Overstreet .his bottom .onx, >ne side of the wall to the which was allowed. He also-prS.,
_._ I.an 'an .404.Furl. -
'. .. L .;...._ aOI 11 IT "'T)>pnent, in the remainder, of 'WINS..IN"CONGRESIONAfOA$ fill on the other; was:given a. tryout entod.another bill for' 1116.16 for Increased
". -O.d.d.n 1'11I II all istrict 'VaJudgiag"frbm1 ht.t; Ej' with entire satisfaction, for-when the freight.rate on materialused
Hamilton '_ --t; ., .) j I., (the .incomplete es, electric current was turned on ,the on the road.Attorney advised the'board
.In t i. 11.
V: Hvrnando ,. hum of perfectly balanced .to withhold '
invates ' machinery payment until
which' hard
HDlaboroug-b u 2,'fT 11 ...01 come In, the following i the
'. ___.. responded; .ith*. big cutter 'beganitorevolv.'and"Efgan bill was properly''presented. "
Holm. 811' lot. eJackson' // -carfdidates conceded, thetrDomtn.tionr Congressman ; j; 'SeaT.piled.VP1".pkJldid,1 a man's..part in'"shaping'the laws 'ofhiscountry. ,.
__._,. J.I'O 180 971 " ; ( ->
','. "Jefhr.o" ____ 511 41 172L.fay.tt majority'at;thex"primry .' Nevertheless, he I.-..tIIlJu.t { er and solids began to belch-from WlLL'LEARN ABOUT
VVV ;': .e. ..,. IU 111'' 1fTLake i Sheriff; L. It Farmer v !? Tuesday winning"// 'out'over\hl < epa the same "Joe"1+ as of yore whose . -
r -.___.. '44 lei 1.1Lee. ;'Tax.Assessor. W< I, Barbwr." 'i ponant>.Fore,t -L.ke4of: Sanford,'byat' geniality Inherent klridniiess,1: and 'the mouth. otthe plpe.k I \ LEGION AT :RE-UN10M ,
,:.____. _. SIT la IIIlAIon I 7Mr'Sears 7 1 The dredgewould be1bi.r.l'at
... '
Tax Collector C.' L. Bandy; ,
_ ', 40' least 4,000 votes. failing courtesy to' all .
I__ "' .' l$7 .a + J never map- today were 1t\ not for- a few adjust Tampa,".June L-Every: 'ex-ser' i '
.i..v7 .. 1__..3> 116 771\,... '468 Prosecuting;Attorneys-Milton Ple4.J. has alwaya. beeara'pop4' : kind enables ,biro" to. Count his .
.dl.on ..,' 4. . mints of the m.eblneJY.which' must man,'in r tbe'"state- should:visit tile t:;.

...n.t..I. _. >;---.J'laar..,.---. ,, 4!' '1, ,211 ,. .. .'Ii,i'Oventre" i for county .derk: " .' ... '.".... l" j, be'mlde"at'the.Jtcht'plartt. first annual states, re-union of tae< ,'
JM.rlon ..?'1-._.;... .77. I' ., . The .dredge machineryyconsist. -of American Legion 'in Tampa! Jane nand \
Monro ___., .46. ''aOII .417Okoiso. C.' E. Yowe 1, for superintendent of -- .c c" - .-
VVV V: { one, large- motor capable oL .develop-. 'according to 8s L. Lewry/jr.,
u + ,__ 11t" 40, 1e6 Public Instruction ,and E. D: ,Kat, *
. ;r. -I for:supervisor -of registration were I lug '400. horse power which operates state adjutant. Tie'believes the* men .

,,Ok.ech.b.. If. a6 IU'' ..JO'II' 711t lOT re-nominated without 0 opposition- W. the,pump and a 80 horse power motot'.ttaebed'to will become' better 'acquainted "'with'
,11',. i
>O.ranle '
"I() Oftol.\. : '.r--w...........w'!" .' .17 11 lOT R.' Godwin representative; and:JoeE'Jolm.ton I the.cutter. ( the-Legion this re-union., : -., V,,"
Palm JJ..eb .._.,1,061. I' U4 ; county ij The"pump laY capabl. of' thrbwlnqOut'at "One of the' chief'treasons'; the*ex"--: -?,.
: 'surveyor
k k4.VVi ka
........co .. ........_..__. 411 68' 1191'Inella. Conflicting// reports have tome 'in ,. ) ..volume;'of 'some 3,000 .,",1106. service ",men should attend 'this reunion .'' 5.JJ ,
I >
1..0$1 III 161 '
-- : <
,;Fo1k'.1} ocri+: .s .... : as r to ,the nomine* ..-......'''' per'minute'. with' from. 15 to 20 per ,isto become-better aequahIte4
1, ''putnam 1It.,._. . Be V ( V1,2.te t41761knMt for'countyJudge.Thernargtn'.eem.to ., ."., I II c nt..of ,tble\lOUd.., So> great rIs" the with ths'ahns;purpose' and method:,: .
4 Ranta.. RO.a .*, -.re73.'". ; ."''>I2O .. l" and bot candidates are claiming the .v..!) suction of the pump that solids, 'of administration. .at' the America C
'.B.mln lI. '. .._. ...: ISI .. . 82. '
'.
such blocks
a* of wood rock V' Legion in Florida sald
Captain
lItI. yti1f :victory, f' This will only .... 'X 'or ;
Johns t-,1t. .,' (70t( f be\stUed "'' .
j ea L.al. _..1U... : ,t. .....t: .fro when the i ballot f boxes; .are pened chunks',,of' earthfour- or' fivs- inchesin Lowry.. They -wl1I le.m.whet.official :
"
i. AUmter _' e.-,+.' t" and the votes canvassed by Judge T. _' "US-. n. '' "
'' g 'Huwnmu* w .- 111 M.*Murphy: County' Clerk. overetreetand'Supervisor ";f the pipe. ; -: industrial,' and politie.I' quesons,.;'-:
Taylorr\,. .,. ,,' 70t .21Volu. .. '
.'" ;,., .,.../", II"tWajton ',ht 4..t of Registration E1'D: 1(' The cutter ,is 6f; heavy ft.t'1Iteelequipped '."II the!Legion sticking to 'it. constitution .

',... ,.y..*- .. 127a.. ,171 ICat, ,with five:'knives.: 'This, is 'and* keeping out'.of' ':politic'' ,
.
-. .-- < t- H driven, at.the\rate,of.20 rewolutions or is politics injected In certain l localit -'

Hardee'Totalu. ;pissra1:2,11102. 4S.7. 4.6821.400.; "..:T e,new,.board jof.county, commissioners ''. per minute; loosening up. the ,lake lest 'II'tb. .Legion for 01'' against//

........com pl.t... ". for Osceola county nominated ym .. bottom ,tmm.diltelJ"'beloW'1_', the, suctlon organised I.bol'or pipe. Justice\ to J both laborand ,capital n
.BUVATOR'rsrard In Tuesday's primary will\ be composed .
as- follows! , -. prlI In tltryont'yed.rday' about ISO Does thfact, that. a man .wore a j n- '
Alaehu Countrw r ..._.. ._-...Catt..rliletghereI. .17 : ; 10.B.ker. .. District No. 1,' ES'L!?;> ])."O..nt.eet.DI.trletINo. feet, of pipei was connected upand ;form la the war entitle him to m.mJ' 't'

. _._"._._..__. 1. /i )+ .'. 2J, Mv, HanselL. everything '''worked ,>to 'perfection. berahip in thb''American "Legioti or., F'
.B., ___ .. .._... a.. ,,111. ThJ.leogthiwill increased t0'7S0per .then certain ,
are -specified qualifies
-- .
- DI.trlet.No. 8, .1; H.' Wetherbee) ; ?'
.. _. ,
Bradford __.__ ._ 1411 101 '
to deposit.the earth at' ., tions that to-ko
: dr A' FrttBass.-w. .W th up i ra person must have
8ro -. U'I i i Di.triet.N4''f,*Getila'McClettand. line of the'fill.. ., ( .eligible? What. ..,' ,,the Wo...'*'

CnlhounClay. VV : 16 *l'' > *" :'l: A*' soon as ttb :city is.. ready"' to Auxiliary and who ,is.eligible to'Jete

CUrve'*- ".11..1.- 1$ Aep.Soto / UnirfNo.jj2TandHE., f ,H. furnishthe power'' it he "dredge.' will this organization 'Of. what j beIi,":..

ColumQIII.i.! !! .8 Hall of Harcoossee; .2&1& m- 4 t begin its.labor''of' reclaiming the lakeshore will it be to a- post,: to, have a. Wot.. ..'

.P"de. ... .tjl .The county canvassing board met . r an'. Auxiliary t >*' -* 'r: .
1 .
r. __...1'"I.......;...._..IUO 'f4.0"1C. thi*' morning//: to canvas the return I t FOR' THE WEDNESDAY: ?+ Erer'y'member' 1bf elbfAmMe.e ..' .....
_....U.I IT.I but discovered'that-the inspector of w m Legion Win i .I.arnotheseV'f.cta'and

'.,. t"" .eamtbla'':.:..._....re.-._.._.__....... n4l"T8 41\1I noJrranf(1I1'1 the Deer;.Park" precinct bad..failed to _. -',AFTERNOON. , BRIDGE>' CLUB. ,I many, other f and. those who.. intend{ !:,,,. ;.",
V this re-umon wBl i be>able ,to ,,return i 3to.
Gad.dOln. ...; _... __, ... '* 4T sign otha 'certificate ate adjourned Its' MarlonV; -"If" .
'),aW. HamIlton w, -_,_ 17. 41 tlU.Ltamorrow' 1 'o' loek, by which . : Farmer'' harmtnglyentertained -respective-ectlon c! 'of. the. ;
,. Htrnando. .e.....-.._.__. t2. ,',Ii.A ,"., timeIt; ; J ifhoped to ,have ,the inspeetors \ ,?\<',the Wednesday afternoon state 'land aaswis** Intelligently any '*

VV.; nllliobo\'ou..b. (-',y-rIt/t.. ..;. ..6..t. ':./41,794 ',come td Klisimme and attach { bridge-, club-tb1s,.week'at her home oueiUoir xm jh..t.:.jAmertcan: ..Legion. M ;
t1f Holm. .m7.an. V.lU' -"...l4 their signatures.''_ ' '-' :.'' t s in Cape. Breeze: addition. \ They ;will t be'ab to[o..alk -with: au-i '" '.

,',.'" JI.rtej" onV. .%.;1_. ItS, lea; A 'similar' mix-uR occurred at $t. '. Five< table of player enjoyed-the thority on the ''American Legion's. Ximilitary . .";;l
of ke- ... .. _.._._.J. IIII 1 V V afternoon and several .'high/scores ;policy f-.on''this ,American L*:?, "
Cloud where the locked ;
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)"'+ ,., ..----t..l.r: 126', 767 with the returnsj. Thtajwas remedied -; n presented with a pretty, prise for,, thehighest for ex-.eni -men. 'They-.will learn 5. '.
i Vadlaon' w1-4.-__' 1714 ,)715 I 7 of these and Miss Hinton the value of their insur- '\
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.. t bythe u emaor "OfVregietra; ,.
Manatee .. .._.,... 'UI 181 -
>l r1on ,J-t1uyN.- .____- 1411{, Lion goinr"to Orlando and',-securing fI received''a guests prize. .nee.They: will learn-the work that\ ,..
17. ; 'oM'IU \' 'f T .. The 'rooma were attractively decorated -I I the Vocational Boardt'doln&.tThey"
an,torderi from'Judge/Andrews to V V 4
::::.O't: .:::': .4w.::4'274 I 449 I the box\ and having the St. Cloud open I -. ;' 'toNGRESSM-A w 3. SEAR:' 1'" for,' the) event with cut ''flow will be...able to aid ,their fellow *oU': "
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.+ Ok.ecbob..-. .. ..___ 101 268 .Inspector come in open the box and era 'carrying' out a" color scheme of diem in MeuriDf'lost Liberty bond,
t OranaOaeaola" ..,0._...,4i.-. aU "' ,"" takeout'thetalley .beetl..in the. Wart'<((man1'In'V this'district, 'and*with friend.hy the.b'ndreda..' .He ,Userrllng -. pink where the '''dainty pink .vine and and .' ' T r" h' '" t'* S
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,' ,1.. ,' .witnesses. each .recnrrring.' primary'he/"has'Tsceived -, his .third term as representativefrom st.telrdnniaswere': prominent. VThe -But.best of ,.
Palm Paaco .B..ach* -_.. ... In IT' 1121f lIT ,.pre..nce. ...>.. .. ; a**' larger*.n port.t.,:He las the; 4th congressional district score i card ;and table:appointments spirit'of. the American \wt1115''. bYeoDtaj.twlth ; ;

Plnalla> -... '_...-_-.-. we1 .1082 r 1 ,- bn Identified.vrith Kisslmmeea1nchis \ ,As 'a ''congressntan Mr, ... Sear hasmade' were also I harmony with,the motif ;. ; alt'f: '

Polk .. .. .-..-...... lie"",. 'f41Pvtn..e z f frtir .Taylor, >; ,.Tr>-i-/ ;":;_.:' 110 712 earl v;boyhood and.it, Is'tI matter I faithful and honest public ., At. th;conclusion the game' a over the state., ;'The flirt alone ,that. "i'
_--....__ k.. :VdlD... ._: ,. 5 ... .. .'III 's to- Washmgton.and served delicious salad coatH was '..rved.-: a'man:wVr attend this're-4oa-wtll', .
"nta Rea...'._...._ n. 822tkmin.le akana,, '.; ::_ :j"i V .fl of great pride .to'the J community'tonote rv nt i -
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.' .er.nWw.rwt, .rA 1411 I o 181At ,.Itoft .:." ..' ._._.__ 1117 4U :\his .advan event)i front ,*, small !there..through > trying day.. f' Attending -tbia. event, were the see one more the'men that bed sen. *, ..
dohM ,r-w__ ,II' 1110 TotalsiX :! : : "' boy who. -worked on an ice wagon (the country,. has ,known in this;'genlenttion num'ftr' 'of,.the.elnb and .M Us-Ada: 'with: and..fought. beside-1.wd I : :
.Rt.Huinter. LueJ.; _."'___, II 411 : tte77114t. Oaeeola'i of her Louise.Simpaonand'Mis* Mary Air worth ,the trouble 'upeDMt'of"S 'I
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': -be-until they tryPOSTTOASTIES "I have been' benefited even beyond S V
_ ' my belief' and I think it is time for V
'w me to talk for the benefit of others," . V V V
aid T. A, Snipe, 7th avenue and B' ;. THE .
24th street Ybor .City Fla., whocalled YOU'VE:, ALL. rea. .', THAT, .ma. '
'.t the Economical Drug StoreIn r
r Tampa to'relate his remarkable h i ) V HOW. :THE great detective. WHO 6MCKES. . It.., .
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experience a days.
V HOLMES. IS BOUND to be. u
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says c66Jt H HAt He declares that Tantae' aside HANDSOME AND clever.AND ..
G from restoring his healthhr.s, put i ,,r, COULD'LOOK at the ash..FROM . .
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him in shape to where he has actual i GOOD aDd contented,
ly grained thirty-four undln. two A cigarette . .
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Grocers months time, Mr. Snipes ',contemplates only.I
going into business In Ybor AND TELL yon then. AND THERE. are. '

Everywhere '4 it City at an early date. Following ii . . THREE MILLION of htat, a
F ; his complete statement: ALL ABOUT the man.V V. ,' {
I In Oct&ber 1918 I was taken down . '
+ LDECLAMATION .' with 'JTif1i| ..Tir.., rJ1lhed..tQJLholpital.. BUT, THE dear clrla.'. .IN THE eoontrr.. . .
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h and for a few days my condition was THEY all had.
critical. In fact my chance of recovery HAVE SHERLOCK stopped'O . .
seemed to be very slim and . BETTER LOOK out
I gave a masterly presentation of the it took five months of good nursing . FOR ALt they'need. .
I MEDALS orator and statesman in the "Mis .. . '
and to get me in shape to return to my ., V AND IF you gels I
; sissippi Contested Election" home.. Ikwas left with a badly disordered I* JUST' oneSoot. .
above the noise of the' storm his liver and kidneys rheumatism .. CAUGHT WITH UM Bo M4
WON BY DOT MAKINSON voice rang out over the audience. and weak heart action. I was ,. AT -In.-..' llts Id.0. V .' s
he flung out the.t1nemlt' phrases of constipated all the time, very nervous \ .' .V, . ,. DON'T SAY. A
that' splendid speech and could not eat without suffering o' ,'0" THE package. ,. .' .
: .J AND JOSEPH SEARS .While .the Judges\ absented themselves ; from the gas forming: -in my !I. : l. . I DIDN'T warn yon.s' .
to- ..t up th. figures and de stomach. After meals I would bloat ,THAT. ** *LL. .
V termine the averages the orchestra" up as tight .. a drum could not rest . *.' doesnt take a SherlocK to Ie!' j
i Capacity CrawJ Meal Medal. C**. played "My Old Kentucky Home I at night and always felt as bad on :' AND; IF ft U. ' *'.,. IT way Cbesterfields'atisfyP I
Fantasia and responded to an encore . '
3 last-Every Speaker Descrviac ., with another number. to getting bed. up mornings as .when I went 'THE'CIGARETTBV' / '. .- ."*'-1: Fine tobaccos is I. another.one reason.And Superior the "i.

Reward, Say .Jores-Ave- Prof. Fillers then introduced the "After being; under treatment- for .. / . moistu blending- roof, glasslne.paper<
rag Mefit Hita.It chairman of the judges' committee, more than a year and not petting; on THAT ATISPIE$." , 'it wrapper is a third. This expert
who wets Superintendent Johnson of my feet I was near the point of giving s+t i . toe i. ,fclend of fine Domestic l lv
j was a capacity crowd that Bath the Orlando schools. He was aided ; up hope of ever finding anythingto THE. OlitLa. ,low tobaccos will say things to TOOT
d red at the high school auditorium by two of the teachers of that school. help me. But I can now'say that '" ;. . V ,'I. ..}. V Uste that.wU.,confirm everything
Friday night to be present -at the Superintendent Johnson said it was there is at least one mJlcln>that t"'OHT'. Or.y'S yon tver .heard abort "satisfy."
yI declamation contest for the handsome indeed an embarrasing task which eat be depended upon, for result I '
,, gold medals which are offered they had undertaken for they 1.lt"lt had not been taking Tanlac but a .
each :year by C. A. Carson and J. would be no injustice to award each few days until my appetite had a
Mc L. Overstreet to ceivesthe highest contestant a medal. In fact he said new start and my indigestion and'
respectively, who that in some twenty years he had other troubles began to lose their '
.,+' mark in the estimation of the judges. been called upon to judge declamation 2'rip.111', Tanlac simply beats anything
The stage' was effectively decorated contests he had never listenedto 1 ever heard of. Since I began
for the occasion with palms and. a program of such average merit. taking It about two months ago I t+a
V : cut flowers. He then stated that the averagesof have actually gained thirty-four O
and 'his high the set down at the time of u
a R. DeWitt Brown figures pounds in weight. But I am not surprised
'y '; school orchestra rendered the! open each declamation awarded the girl's at this wonderful increase in
ing number which was followed by a medal to Miss Dot Makinson and weight for I have been eating like a
,\ high school chorus directed by O. L.Basford. the boy's medal to Joseph Sears wolf and picking up rapidly from the
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Each of these numbers received The declamation contest is among time I finished my first bottle of
s hearty applause from the au the most popular events of the commencement Tanlac. I can now eat just anythingat .k
,' dience. The curtain then rose re- week and is without any time without the least trouble
. contestants and Prof. A. doubt a great stimulus to the young From ib Why I can even eat a .
.H. Film seated in a semi-circle on people to give this feature of high -
I hearty supper and go to bed and ---------- --------
nthe rostnm. school, work greater attention. sleep l like jj ,baby I used to have frequent
Wi: "Aunt Mime at the Circus" was headaches that almost set me

N presented by Miss Katharine Tiller; wild, but these, like the rest of my -1,
who' truthfully impersonated the MOSQUITO IS A troubles have disappeared since I .
f her HART MEMORIAL '
,.emotional religious fervor off began taking Tanlac. In fact, I have 1'
character who at the climax of the not enjoyed such good health or feltso

V t.j; story and shouting broke into,when camp she meeting saw what songs she POWERFDM ENEMYLittle now.well My generally friends in stop years me and as I look do OPENS THIS SUMMERA '

believed to De angels. astonished at the wonderful change We Want to Talk
"The Littlest Rebel" read by Edna laNd Takes Huge Toll From that has takenplace in me I believeIn "
Mathews brought vivid contrast giving everything its due and I'' commendable action of the city i

',., for it was a touching human interest Conatry. want to say right now that I just council taken at the adjourned meet ,'1
story with a child's part, which was ing Friday afternoon held In' the
Scientists say that mosquitoes carrying can't praise Tanlae too highly for .0<
,f well interpreted. the deadly malaria and other what it has done for me." council chamber was the supportranted '
"Tb Finger of God" the story o* disease! are responsible for Tanlac is sold in Kissimmee by J. to the Hart Memorial building about White Mountain Refrigerators. We have them for tale, and :( ,

yj a humancharacter about to wreck more deaths germs than all of the wars Z. Robernon and in St. Cloud by the which can now be kept open'at they are beauties. They are white as snow outside and sold as ;kt:
,iUelf on Jhe rocks of temptation but since the beginning of time. St. Cloud Pharmacy. a rest room ahd library during .the.UDJJer 'snow inside. You will be immensely pleased with them. We handle ;I t
to and integrity months. .
who' restored
1 was honesty Their bite is often as deadly. a other makes such .. Chillkoot and O. V. B. The latter is
porcelain
,. by the confidence/ of his fellowmen SCHOOL The council vote<* to pay $15 each J 1'
rattlesnake's. HOME FROM
was given fine Interpretation By method known to mankind month toward the upkeep of the lined, and i i. the top notch of refrigerator perfection. '.;1'
4 by Murray Overstreet who held both every national and local health With the closing of schools of house which will enable the ladiesof
g 'the'audl.nce in almost breathless .in services are trying to exterminatethem higher education all over the country the Hart Memorial corporationand I 1
tere.t progressed between evil and but this wfil never be. We Kissimmee's young people are the W.'C. T.' U. who are also interested Fragrant Cedar Oil '5!
t good I must rotect ourselves against this, returning home for summer vaca- 'to employ a hostess who l'
An intermission was given at this pest.By screening and by a tions. Many of them have already will be there every day except ..Sundays. -
point of the program when the or-I daily proper, of TORMENT the house, arrived and others will.reach here in .. .. FOR CLEANING PURPOSES \
'' .cbcstra rendered stirring selection. i spray tt. M. Breaker, .chairman ,of the .
"His Majesty the King" one, of can MENT be kept is free of mosquitoes.in which TOR' a. few daysMisses Margaret tSanford'' Norms council in speaking of the appropriation When it ,come., to pleasing the ladies Ocedar Oil has got all other! j
a vapor
(Kipling's gripping stories was rend. no dangerous gaseous insect can live., It is Griffin, Amy Maklnson,1 Mary filler, said "We are especially kinds backed off the reservation. No other cleaning oil has such I .\I
,eNd by Etelka Stroup whose child :death.to insects but harmless to human Mary: Singeltary' Helen' Reed.: Carolyn terested in providing some plan that popularity, and, that is; why we sell so much of it. Notice our / I
; ,impersonation was well done. beings. : Frlpp and Grace Winn, 'are at will serve as a rest room shoppers Ocedar window this week.
iG' Mark t,'Tw.in'A Trying Situa Sold 'druggists, ;'general stores thr State.College for Women, at Tal. and other visiting ladies uw411, t
u tion" Miss Lois for., hone people. .
was presented by lahassee.' as
and dealers >
everywhere. '
i4 'Overstreet who brought many a Manufactured by G. B. Williams' Miss Lucy Lupfer It at;St. Mary's, ? The Hart Memorial, building Is Don't Get Excited: .
'smile tote faces .of her hearers.as Company Quitman, Ga., exclusively. Raleigh; N. C., and Mist 'Ada Louise centrally, located and is ideal for this -til
.she, related the misery of the man Simpson is enrolled at Mary Baldwin purpose. .
,' who was paid *9 f impertinence in Seminary Stanton, V...- and Miss when we tell you that we are now selling Men's Rubber Heels. We : t

hi* own coin. : Pyt ian Sisters I Margaret Lee is attending the Elizabeth had calls, for them and }have stocked some of the best kinds. ..:.
e "Sisterly Schemes'. told by Miss, Mather Academy at Atlanta, NO .RE WO PEACE many ;
l' ? Dot! Makmson was' .. lifelike that I Initiate Class of 19The Messrs -Walter Bass, jr.. Burton ... ", We'also have leather Shoe Soles for repair work. t:'
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"f ODe could scarcely believe the speaker Ames, Will Mason Tiller Charlie
was reading rather than relatine"an and Regero, and Henry' Edwards are There's no peace and little-rut for -
,1+ " 'incident that she had just actually Pythian Sisters held a record' students at the State University at the one who suffers from a bad back Winchester, StoreKeep t.
'J'' "t experienced.'- 'Th story we.s mi-I meeting on Thursday evening last Gainesville. ,' and distressing urinary disorders. .
i. ..!.t humorous,, and was very'' interesting. week to initiate a class of-nineteen Henry Sin Itary Is" 'enrolled'atSewannee ? Kissimmee'' people 'recommend Dtfau's '.
Messrs. John nemjbers into'' the mysteries of the Military Academy at Pa- Kidney: in mind that we are the Winchester Store, and are stockingup $'

,44V, r" 'C '.ham,'- MamyOversstreet and Ad. >.rder. )latka. '.. perience.. ex-ams. on their goods as fast as we can get them. Notice the big colored :fJ
"" Gilbert sang I. ,pleasing- quartette In this class were: J. C. Buckles, Frank Bryan la home from Auburn )I.... picture. in our Winchester Window. They are beautiful and,,
' and' replied to the 'insistent .encore Jr., C. W. Griffin, W. 8. Graham C. School of Technology Au- Kissimmee says: ,"I had an ailing; in
_w 'wits a,second 'selection. ". E. Duzenberry, .\;. H: Grantham. C. .. ,' J my back '. abort',time ago. It;; was ,arc changed every Saturday- night 4.
About.thll ,,time',the weather'rrian M.' Drlggers W. J. Steed J.'J.4trif- buiSi. Arnold, Ned'' Bullock and difficult for me to get around in the .
poured out a 'vial of wrath in the nn, G.. N. Taylor B.'F.Obb., Dr.-T. BertWells at Georgia Tech., Atlan- morning on account of the severe
form of .electric '. ,, which M. Rivers '9. 1;. Overstreet- Mrs. " ,0, *. > pains in the back and
ta.f
V V made"it very' difficult for, the per- George Taylor, Miss Lucy Buckles, Gordon Bnttorff la student" at the I L couldnt rest comfortably, Bights. I Osceola Hardware Co.
fMiners whose turn' was. )'et' to Mrs., C. Buckles. Mrs. C. W. Griffin. University* of Indiana at'Blooming- was tired most all the time too. :
; 4.' I?+ metal roof qt.the building made an 'lunth.m.A-number1 of'otherean- Attending'the-'a cademies- are? Gerald got a '.' relieved 11M' Im-V '11,
almost t deafening noise. Nevertheless dldates are to be taken in soon but Rivera, Carlysle Bronson, Richard and,in a short time I felt. : Located on KlBslraraee's
hundred "
the young. .were detained -from the.meeting. Maklnson and John Lee at G. one per cent better, ,-: 1' .
s '' parts'well and(mimed ,obvious. of A feautr of the evening was the W.' A.. Atlanta, and'Irlo Bronaon ''at PrIce'60c.' at, all dealers r Don't BUSIEST CORNER'!
Y the din and eo lu.ion.* presentation of a beautiful silk flag Grove Academy simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Locust Military :
,.The 'Titanicby \Uly Chapman which .....'. !gift to- the Pythian Sisters near Atlanta.. Dow's Kidney Pills-the sane tint

told the story of that unpararelled from the gentlemen whose i Mrs., Williams' had. Foster-UOburn _. ... V A2.
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\ t disaster., -> names, appear on its roster. The Mfra.; Buffalo N. Y. ... -- -- -- .;. r'' '
? 1 :1- ,"The, Charcoal ,Min" .by' Mary crresentauon was made by W. B. Would, Rather Fight Than i .........., ............... . ..000..0..I
y, waa quit 'different from the Crawford In a neat speech.- r SUPREME, COURT: UPHOLDS u
r=,. .other member" of the'-program and A social hour followed the oeremorty ,,
i :was especially suited to her contralto .when the, .company gathered Work: I l"l"I ,PROHIBITOtN',AMENDMENT
!" velar i round the banquet' table and were ) the
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Washington Junef"IBotll'
,. Eulogy: of, the:Dog"'wa* a genuine'boy's refreshed with Ice 'cream and cakes,
A .and delivered suffered for yea: with 'stomach federal constitutional amendmentand HORSES AND
subject. waa served by Mrs. 'Julius Smith. Mrs.R. MULES
to by Arthur .Simpson In' true boy's S. Floyd and Mrs. Mettle Siever. trouble and could not :e."' and just the enforcement .act, relative to ,
tyle. The mystery box which' always hated for anyone to say work to me. liquor and beer were upheld today by ,
Jo*', ,Sears, the last contestant. causes merriment was opened and I. would"rather fight. Since taking the supreme court.- - filed t \: ':';.. ;" "
t ."'- Mrs. Smith and F. C. Bryan was the a course ,of Mayri Wonderful Remedy The,court'dismissed petitions, ,
'ncky winner of the favors with :1: actually 'went to work, ,and by the state of Rhode' Island to have "
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their clever veins' talk about cat1am 'the last one to federal officials enjoined from, l enforcing -- ',"'
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V\ It 'is said to be the direct resultof leave1 the table now.* It is a, simple, 'prohibition"in that atate.'
this box which brought this splendid harmless {preparation that removes The court also' dismissed tnjuaation "\.<
class to the lodge, for A. 8. Gilbert the ,catarrhal ,mucus from:the-intestinal . .proceedings'' broughtby.. the t.. r
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'DEATH received a prise last month. In .tnet'aDd' )allays the'inflamma state ,of .New, Jersey r against prohi- ( .
making.th., accompanying speech on tionwhich', causes r' all bition,. ,enforcement- V agents" ;f.within.
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intestinal
that state. .
Pythlanism he became so enthused stomach Iiver and ailments
,Ache: P fc>.V, nervoo n aa, difficulty ore rthe benefits of the 'order that he --including''' appendicitis. One '
,' in' urinating, often meaneriooii went. to work to gain members. The do. will 'convince' or money refunded. COCKROACHES l .
majority of the members initiated . Roberson and :
} disorder. Th world' Jwhen druggists ,
'k Thursday evening entered at his invitation : eve )
i fanrlard remedy for kidney, liver it i ...id. FOR SALE.i(

', ' I ; f, prosperity never before equaled in BRIDGE CLUB.,, t "'.
: ) GOLD MEDAL':' its bi to_. la presided over by Mrs. '
r'" "( : "q:; Dora Smith Pant Excellent ChteftMrs. Miss Mildred Turville entertained CALL ON
:;;" ' Elizabeth-Waring.Most Excell the Monday afternoon bridge club at

:. ot'' ent,Chief; Jdrs. M.tU.,81..M.n. the home- of Mr.. and Mrs. J, D., I ,.."
t. Excellent Woodbeck, this week., f '
.Alice Peak Junior '
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'1rl.* quick reUef and ofUa-wwd V.4N mle Ellen'Jeffords Gilbert., Mistress of' Records; ,, Itching diseases can be controlledand STEARNS PASTE J.! W.: MILLER:>

,MemOty 4teesea' Known ae tb. swdoaalsuninljr find Correspondencej Bertha Falls, causes removed by applying Bal- .. ...
of Holland for mora tban 20O Mistress. of. Finance: Mattie Porter, lard'a Snow Liniment. The relief, ... 5- V ---.... V ,
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and Nan Gilbert.
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INVENTIVE The""Watcher' ifl the, TreetepThe t 1 : ,

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', I ,R03S:: CALOMEL :OFi
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.. .f . Court' decision that the Eighteenth .A Cof 'ee-hke'
KA '\ i'. 'MA l tS A AND DANCER Amendment respect Is is constltutitioiral a' mighty blow in every for : : .


r .Doctor- favoriteMedicine. How I,righteousness and food government 1 + eve a e
t
St.Petersburg + Purified-and Defined;,from .All, To defeated candidate Dont" go
Effects. "Oalo- home sore and kick' your. dog; but
Objectionable smile, contarn ye. smile! Kiss your '
1 ttbs"--th> New Nam,: ,| wife, look up to the unchanging in flawor arid '
.- stars, and'remember that the sun appearance

' ( Wlat1' ,wall aumaa Snienolty :do., next? shines. every dad Florida.. .
I v Smokeless powder, wireless, telegraphy
: : horseless carriages, colorless iodine taste All honor to the plucky, band of
'Fl rid.a.J : lees quinine,-,now comes nauseates calomel. ' worshipers who 'formed the 'Second
:4 I The new Improvement called "'Caltaba" Baptist-,church. in south Klasimmee Insiam '
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is now on sale at eirucstores last week. They'have been an'' up
,." ,_ .' For biliousness, constipation and Indigestion lifting influence in 'that' community '
" the new calomel tablet Is a practically ,
)
for the
their
V" perfect remedy, as evidenced by p.st1x, years. May .
".. .
." ,,It" ,( shadow never be less <
j : tM fact that the manufacturers hare authorised . :
'all dmcfista to refund the price
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U the customer .. not "perfectly dellcnted"\ The great Republican Quadrennial
with Calotaba. One tablet at bedtime with Bear Garden, is in session in Chicago 'Posimnoir
t pl i The greatest place "for .Bathing, Boating,' Fuhinf,1, fiae a swallow of water-thaC lt-No ta t.r i.-weelt-1and-there-are- wfuVainful
no nausea, no griping, no salts. Br more heaven-daring time in the
Golf courses,. lawa team, State League bat ball; all the lot your liver is thoroughly cleansed and Windy City. The political hen is on \' .,
roil are feeling. fine with a hearty appetite. and will soon hatch the usual brood dl

sports. Lovely borne with ckarmiat. lawns,..fine Carnegie about. Eat your what business.Calotaba you please. -no danger-go i of troubles but at this writing no a
one under the vault can
are not sold In bulk. Get: an empyrean
library, parks, piers, beaches, churches, U. S. Naval radio original pack ..,,.sesied. Price, thirty- guess who the candidates will be.
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to '
Oye C&DtL-a4Y.). .. that the best man gets
stores. Beautiful drives aid --- the nomination and then we'ss wait I '
+ station, theaters, etc., trolleyrides ;
Posti m.ls""different'becauSe.it'contains
but ; A
with bated breath for the next; big : ,

; '* among orange groves, from Tampa Bay .to the Gulf NATIONAL REPORT OF show Francisco which on_will the be 28th.pulled off In San no'health* v

l of Mexico. Cool. and inviforatiaf breezes night zed day . disturbin.drw\ :
There are different ways of doinar "
,
; ,, give tone and tonic to your .,.t... KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS a thing; f'rinstance the Treaty of A saver in may ways:
Peace has been hanging fire for .t
mOnths while the and the
Cleanest and finest City la the South, a.d just the place SHOWS JMAT GAINS President have jawed senate each other and

the end II national,
not yet. The big
for to spend summer vacation, whether for a .
yon your conventions will now take the matterup "Th re.s'a ReasOn- /,
Carson Farmer keeper of recordsand
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and of
whole lot high
day or for several! months. Come with ni and have the l seals of' the local Knights of pressure a oratory will be more spilled. It 1

Pythias has received the followinginteresting will become the paramount Issue bf [Mode. by Postum. Cereal' Co.,' : t
time of your life. Bring the children zed all romp 1 ill.oar data relative to the National the coming presidential election and Dottle Creek.Miclv: ,
work of this. order:.
glistening. sands. aad bathe in the limpid waters of "During the year 1819', the Ordor people will cuss and discuss and
yammer about it all summer. In the 4
Y Tampa Bay and the Golf .f Mexico.. "Come .. t la, the Knights of Pythias ,made a net gain' fall more than twenty million off. ,
the annual
of 47,194 largest gain voters will ballot to see what we'd k
,
the order has ever made. The gain better do with the thing, and in the \, "
water's fine. Catch fish, get well and be happy the
t was greater than the gain for the end nearly one half of our population C. A.,CARSON. President. N,.C BRYAN. Secretary. f

rest of your lay.. Yon owe this to yourself.and to yoar ten year period between 19061916. will feel sore and nurse a "
There are 11 Grand' Domains Only until another election comes
grouch ,
v5 family. For booklets aad'f.rtber iafermatioa address the four of these showed a 10... Threeof along[: and gives them something else THE WATERS & CARSON GROCERY''C0: '
,,. these are. in Canada, where demoralizing to fuss about. Now when the untutored '
effects of the war was
Indian wants to negotiate a
t& more keenly felt than in the U. S. treaty of peace he !goes at It differ Wholesale and Retail Dealers'is' 1' .' s <
y
"The total assets, of ,Jhe subordinate ently. He calls the high contracting
lodges of the order amounts to parties together on one leg and says;
more than twenty. million dollars. "Ugh! Heap bIll foolfuss gottastopl" GROCERIES
The assets of the Grand Lodge Then lighting the pipe of peace he
amounts to more than three million
-- u n -- takes a few whiffs and. passes it on
; BOOSTER CLUB dollars. down the line till all have had a sol-
The orderhad-on-.thrAPat--da-y- ---eTnnTrolratrfcHehenarisesiand.. ---- -.. ..

''j January in good of this standing.year 746,034 There members was- says, "Much big powwow, me like 4> '4>.4> 4>. 4>.-. 4> e> 4>..-. 4>">:* .. .# . +. 4>'*_*.4>.>R.
'im ojus. and goes to his wickiup '
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r expended for relief $1,694,181.95 to see his squaw and pappoose.. .
during 1919 and this does not Include I WE SELL *' \\"JI'BUI: :r ,,4>.

St. Petersburg relief furnished by the Pyth- 'Cat This Out and Take It, With You. *> !' '.\ ,
tans Relief Commission, nor the insurance A man often forgets the exact ., RAl .. HIDESFURS' ,. ""
paid on death claims. During name of the article he wishes to purr '.' .
the first quarter of 1920 the Insurance -., '.'
,' chase, and as a last resort takes some 4, ,
department showed a gainof thing else. instead. That is'always 0 GRAIN .'J j" +?, I
; ;; $1,784,717.00 insurance in force disappointing and o # ,I J .- '. '; ("
unsatisfactory. ; ,
Florida :. 11" II < .
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and a gain of 1129 policy holden. The safe way is to cut this out and FERTILIZERS 0 ', '. ,........ '
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The optional '
1r.' take it with you so as to make sure WOOL' '\ .
, ,,: rr members. of getting Chamberlain's Tablets. .>. .t '
II,' I'Jr'f -Ine order showed a gain of Over You will find nothing quite so satisfactory e SHINGLES. I I. . :.:
: six hundred in the Grand Domain of ,, for constipation and indiges- .... AND '.
'WI:.,( Florida last year. This year the out t4...". O *. "'
look is good and we will gain more p ORANGE BOXES. .. \ a.1:. ". ,'
:\ than thousand. ,.
one -
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You .. QRANGE"WRAr8. ', ' .... .;L,1:: 1.", :
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' Are
t.'r Beat Remedy for Stomach Trouble. Run. + .. 'S -,t .,V:= ." .., r!
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have COUNTRY
the
"I to
am pleased opportunity VEGETABLE CRATES : i J.

;:' berlain's to .Tablets ay a good," writes word for Mrs.Cham-Ma Down ? 0 '. { ....,';' f'

think \ CRATE ,'. ' .
; mie Bertel of Moberly Mo. "I NAILS PRODUCE ,
: ,, the best forstomach : '" ) i" ': ;.'*:_,.,r'i- .' "" ,' ..Jt14,
they are remedy \ ,. \ ; 'I'i ..
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biliousness and constipation r PEPSINOL Will Make To. Feel \ "'1 1'' ', .' \.. .f'IIIrl"

11 > troubles I have ever used. I have take . . . . . . . . . \ ,. 0 . . . . . ., ., .,.. -.

t ;:. en them off and on for two or three Stroaf ...I Healthy ". ', '.." ,"' :

,: ."' years gestion./one arid, they up'always the. liver. relieve and''make indi Yon cannot afford to lose strength, '. :We sell,field and Garden Seeds (alf kind ' I .'' : |

" "', :t't 'i-' '1 must be kept la good order so you can Free delivery in city limits., Phone No. '12. t, t'

.f: f./ NOT: A CIGARETTE "SUCKER""We do'yonr daily work. That weary"all Wo are county agents for, good, fertilizers. ,A k' us for,:circular sad 4

.+:, ( have 195 boys in our 'achool tired .out" feeling asoaUy 'Is doe to prices on fertilizers., !K
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t, h and th.re.J ain't cigarett aucker Inmlicrowd' Algostive. tre bW."' ''Tney are;aendttig .-
declared Prof. -'S. A. -- -- I
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t",,. .. ,Draper' 1 the meting .of' he Lees-' ... 4>>M 4> 4> 4) 4)4)a 4>;) -F---- 4> 4t M4* 4) *
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,. burg'Board of Trade,.Monday';night. ..... : ," --,' '.' ,
", ... Mr. Draper told this to the principals Ihw, r
'j 1 t :of the-school at Gainesville theao'trevbles, for' It, "I a' splendid '

,(I last that week they "Just and, he didn't"frankly believe admitted it." "". *rfk ............a creator .,pore ',. 4V t
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1"r': This situation'he attributes te.the Uooi. Thoa I-sl'l', : : '.1
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: . physical training at the school and -a.--.t nerve tismss and. keeps, .ye :;, S' .: .R''LJ'! :; .
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I. the resultant example of.the boys .of 1a''perfectl$>kt 4111R. .. .
'r '. f the higher, grades in the" school' It : .. .' .
Yes r: Sometimes It Is-But' LookOut : is. a woaderful thing" to be able. to { " '
ay.-Leesburg-Comm.rcialr ,'I "I.! .
F : Comes .,. .',
When The 'I t101'f"
"Bump"
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666 cures' Malaria,'' Chills and'Fever ) 'co' ".' :.. ,
t tt'' C 1;Bilious'' Fever,. Colds' ,and La- I.'I. ....0\.. :. \ '.. _
i' t A maa may go .. anile? a wkfle ..., every dollar .. ..,.* Grippe. It kills ,the'' parasite thatcauee..th. '

":'\'H.'MOB, ... evea before ..'gets It-aad bays a great time ..rn. fever. ,It is 'a splendid .. ,GroceTies.and"/, ,'
r ,"" ".-' ". laxative wd .general.Tonle.AdY.SubacrllMo ..,.; 1 ,CENTRAL;, i >
,, .bat,,,'eveataafly tkormT. .wLl, ,."". .. :, ,: for the Waller o&...tt .. \ ,DRUGSTORE. m. o,"*&*." i"""""aiii ie B ie sw w Ms jB i ewwB_.B.ysS s"s_ "a sja'< :: "-', . .,' I ,
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r no'nJar day"i. bound to come aooaer or later, 'wfcea kls iJ .

c, ;, lid..-.., ... .dimes, '' aad",dollars .would, ceme'''fists- mighty. good plnr.t't ; fresh Meats'iy : :-\ ': i i r '

:Tfce time i tkrow:, off,tka., spendlnr! kabit. Is aowG _. I < ''' ,, ; I'' ;... ,-,.' r
G dart""by deposmaf 1 jut .a .J little'e.ck week,'in this n7! l J' '" : :" a

". AI ,* bank'aad see kow'mack more comfortable zed iu.. 1' . .. > "t/ :: " ', ''::'1 :,,::. .r'' .: r ;
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"F' '
I depeadeat win feel tka habit \ ,
sad ,
you at : grows your ' <\ '. > > "'" .1, '
IY \ ; ; ( Pull Togetherfor an \I. i > > ,
I :!; ,Wan.,multiply., 'q, t v ., ..:'I;b . ',Cp'i ,- ', i @ $ :, i if{,, ..Mitt d'S? '" i ?*L J'' i

t 1 \ I Ii I' ;r Phone :176:\. : ;' 3 02 Broadway, ', i.

+ : 'BANOF 1:1,:a .:American. ;:Merchant" Marine. ,} ,-' '.," ',.. . .". '- ". ..T. ot".. ,, r,
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tJ! The 1 ware resulted (a;, the creation;o fl a great ,,,,, ., '
l'' marine-10.000,000 tone. of"American. shipst'!which coetus,. '''" 1 > . _f". _. . .\ .'. .._ .. .. ,.'. . -

x: 7 i '13,00 ,000.000.'\ .?! ..,4>.Oi04, .>. oee. ., oe4>oeeoeoeeeeeoeee. ' ". ee4>"e4)4)) .,eooeoeo. .. _ ,.>MM. ." ef4 .,
"" ilSSIMMEERESOURCES : !> Lv.rybody' agroee. that we m .,:.keep this fleet on the.

,' ,'.<, . . i I' .*". ""' -- .A l I',. >.'4>'" .'*<>4...<>p04. .. .<'I'.,1'1-1> I") i i.4>.<>4>*.4)..,4>4>"4>"1.>.ll 0 a,'*
back"to condiaono--wheu .
*' '' "'-' I :. If wo fall pre-war -on1y'ft'per:' ; ' .
1750,000.00: Capital SI .OOt.OO cent of our foreign trade.was carried In American ships Ordiri ,Prompdr Atte.diJ f
T.. . Daysi'
l.. Nlfkl
tt riY Wo shall be In the position of a deportment store .whoso .. .. .. '.Opaa... 1\ .* .... .;; '
\ r 1 goods,are'delivered la, Its competitor's .wagons, Aato. 80....".. ,.f' ,, :. Ss
Sys Ofacera zed Dirodorst : 'Congress la considering legislation which will perpetuate. ( .... Ii' th",

i C.A.CARSON. Proji.Tb,'A.CARBON,jfr. *' E,LESLEY..V-K I oar war.bullt merchant marine. v ;

I ; t 1! Until this la done. the. "ships 1 we have should not be set4, '
A. .BEARDEN.:: Asst Cashier. t
; 'to face eendltlene which prior to the war resulted tit/ Moetooline
s : N. B. CARSON. C.A. CARSON JR. t of our merchant. marine to Inelflnlfleanoa. ; :
. EISELSTEIN BROS. 4 s
L C. A. CARSON. ,H. FLEMING; 1 Tbla Committee calls attention to these facts because a., .S, '

N. C. feRTAN. '.. '. L. LESLEY.r. : : : : :right eolation oar shipping problem Is vital to the future ,f't 1'. l, k'.J'r jt.: : ' I.

prosperity of,shipbuilding, bat equally' vital to the safety, Funcirat'Dii) -ectoa'at'Et': n.alnersLL
>
j, :WAOB TUCKER, the .
Db'octon.r *- I' nod prosperity. nation. "" .. }" ,' > "'; ''' ", I' *
,, .end for free. copy; ,.of. To*, .ait ,American MerchantrMarlno. ' "
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-lID&tetWI" Tb871Doed;ObI to be pushed down t -- .
InaHtrfaetsof s frnftproduced. inthf'grougd t; beside tho plant',and t 'Committee. 'AnMtican: Shlpbuildera *, ", 'Ii.'t; \ : '
- .: ', .'' TIM'e.mili1,,*hlb II 'I who the "stem', tied*ia, I two .places with t, .. ..i ta t.1' a j' \ ,". : .- r'
,.? 'wishes ,to got the best; -poni))", alt raffia.:. Jliaa JSarah.W.,- Partridge I' ,' SO.CHURCH. ,...TROT.&WYQRK. . CITY! .,' r'"t' "
Off;: her 'vinea," or I the'gardner who state homo demonstration agent, A-, : .r :. .
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'1- I i 1 "I. ,Oftee aad a' ,rfcstae ... La4y cArida t" ,
iitl has only a few. ,can 'profitably' tab states that this"practice Is followed, . '. '
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p ',tbia'extra ,Uoa l" :Laths'make.good by eanning! -dub girls who. tan made ."' 11'\!; --- -

irn tomato:.stakes,I and.are.. .Inexpensive. very..J high,:yields, v, ... I'" .,----.. .. '. oe, . < .' ... .. . u ,
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'\ THE riSSIMMEEYAUET, & (OAZET'FE. FRIDAY JUKE i. ItB \


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CTTRUS GROWERS' ELECT" "nas' gone_ about this sugar making\ I I I .
ilSSIHHEE GAZETTE business scientifically ') "
OFFICERS' FOR EXCHANGEThe methodically f ,
> .r . and ., *,from the It 1 ..
'.4 .....I. ... Every Friday .annual election of the Florida start. It is not proposing to be some
tar. Kls.lssBM>e V alter U....t. Cesapaary central refineryand make-- contracts:
Citrus Exchange took place recently .
KI rtJaW
Kl"*lsas ee
with. growers for cane at J, so much

'I m, Harris__-,__._, ..", ..,,., ......1.... IB" the Tampa offices( in ,the presence per ton, it is clearing, draining and CORD
E U..., ".... .._-- .-.?---.q o"a, 'representative gathering from jts own land, of "
hares of doing
V. II
T.le.h..a i that'
practically, every section of the cit it. and is

'4 ..._rlp."* Halesi rue area of the state Credentialsas preparing for the construction of its
On. 'Copy OneOn. .ar..,._........,flO t\ own sugar mills and other necessary
,Copy' fix 'Month__.......,..,. 1.00 presented from the various component '. ,
On. :Copy: Thre. Moittn.-_._...... .111' sub-exchanges ;reseated the equipment. /
major-portion of the old board of directors We have confidence -this, and in .
All eommualciftione. except, from ourauthorlsed several other big sound companies 1 ae
Three, former' members. G.
1 t
lorr.spond..nts., must b
which have come into Florida and USES
Irned by the writer.'* > W. Wakelin of TavareB/Ed!! win ParkYI
Rejected matter ,will. not be returned ing-son of Alva,. and Gv H. Duggin.t have taken lands for th* purpose of
Wnl.. ss called for.. olf Ozona, retired in favor of new taking Florida do' its duty in sweetening -
the country's coffee: and cakeas
representative from .their,, s
,. (Entered at. the Postofnc..t Klsslm- respective "
........ Florida, ss ect>nd-"Ia.. matter) sections. The new board consists of soon aa posible> _- 'Tampa. Tri, *
J, H. Ross Polk D. C. Gillet, Hillsborough bune. \ "{
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.. i. JUNE 11.. 1>20ObVyou ,i i,
FRIDAY tsonder
) V''W. ManateeH.. CULTIVATOR A GOOD IMPLEa', .. ,. -, V
G.' Putnam Indian River A.G. Hem- '
;
; mileage good looks
; {(second ehoic* vote lin' Voluslai J. E. Klock. Marion;; R. MENT FOR THE FARMA. " ";"'\I.',' . .' I ? ." ,I GOOD ,
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L. Collins'Highland, ; P. C. Peters Spence-t; ; ; traction-all "to an
'i Sera win., a mile in the lead. Orange; W, W.'Raymond.: ; C..E. P. .. that farmer : ',\: I':' 10'" I .;; j. ,
McCormick DeSoto 'and associate are using Improved 1m implements more . ,
t 1 / ; ,: / t. ,:,extreme degree are features of '
Chicago is holding the center of directors 8.' C.*'Warner, East Palat- this year than ever before. / One of .
I'.I: .
'the stags ---- ka+and B. F.;- Randolph, Clearwater. the_iSfat abor..aavri and \.sfuj--jmolements ., ';, .,! ---tb elOU&"Va.lI"mAlUD: .-GDQ---. ," ''' "
,
- ----- c-- reetdenrj.; Ti.-Raswasre-elected: .

; Hardee, Fletcher Sears you amid considerable enthusiasm, D. C. in the cultivation of' cropsIs .' j' ." '. ; in their selling the Fisk Ideal is ;
,
,
Y the .adjustable weeder. It being ,
couldn't} beat that. Gillett of Tampa who nominated him .
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.. evoking' applause. when he referred light one horse can easily haul it. ,;;: ,1.: : ,. a vital factor.

Hardee .was a favorite with Florida to him as the man who had contrib By working over the crop not between s
people from the first uted more than. any other to the up. ,
I the crows, 8 or 10 a day -
.' building of this organization of the acres
Fletcher' beating of Cstts was growers." D. C. Gillett was elected may be cultivated. The surface rightup o. The> Fuk Ideal "To be the best l

t the worst In the history of the state. first vice-president! ; J. W. Ponder, to the plant can be cultivated and concern la the world to work
second ,vice-president; William Hun. this may be repeated until the plantsare t

More business house opening upIn 'ter general counsel, and W. Ut. Co- about*two feet adjusted this ___ _, for,.and the squarest concern la
Kissirame and right in the middle l vole, cashier. All were elected unanimously. the weeder can be to run -- existence to do business with.**

of the quiet season, too. between the rows. If this is done
I In accepting: President Rots saidhe regularly once a week little or no

The Democratic primary Is over ; was naturally gratified greatly at hoeing will be required for crop cul

now and every one can settle downto again being privileged; to head the tivation. The riding, the surface and 1 Next Time-BUY FISK

business, which should be boostIng organization which he felt was doing the spring tooth cultivator the mulch rs h. .
his country. such grout good for the citrus industry harrow, and the ordinary one-horse .
of the state, saying that some of cultivator all are excellent Imple- ,

(I TO DO AWAY' WITH DETOURS the! vicissitudes and difficulties ments for cultivating crops. From r Osceola Motor Co.
through which the exchange had 12 to 20 acres per day can be culti-

passed in early years only served to vated with these implements.With -I > 1
I
Tht detour, the abnomlnation of intensify the contrast' with the present the knife-like attachments
6 the motoring tourist, is necessary since the organization has gain- ; working like sweeps the surface two-

because every road must be occasionally Ad sufficient momentum to carry it ; horse cultivator does excellent work.It .
";, t rebuilt and berause it hat forward progressively. can be adjusted to any width row'

a, been ;.considered impossible to motor Though a number t>f packing* houses and made to work shallow. It is light

+ over a road when it is under repair. are still shipping, reports, show and saddles the row. Six to eight ..

a This last belief is thought unwar- (the exchange to date this season already acres a day can be cultivated with it. era ..e, IoM
;; ranted by the writer in Municipal has shipped fruit far in excess For keeping down Bermuda or not Tim* to Re.tlreTFlek

;:' Journal, and Public Works (New of any previous tea:; and it is statedits grass the spring tooth cultivator is Itieltf ) i.
I 'Tfprk, December 22)) who sets forth proportion of the crop of the especially good. The Hfog( spring
,the seasons why it Its quite possibleand state has shown marked growth. It teeth will cover moat of the grass
proper' to rebuild the right and la stated reports from the various that is not torn out.

left sides of a road separately, the local associations indicate still fur- The mulch harrow\ does good work,
traffic meanwhile using the other ther increases in already especially wheri the crops are nearly
membership
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edge. The dividing-line between the are definitely promised for mature. The tooth bars are conform Proceedings of I(' session Applications, all members for office present of tax a.- I i Classified Advertisements
; ,two constructions, instead being objectionable next season. curved downward, so as to .....or was presented from W .H Ar- ;
: furnishes, he' says, a The directors adjourned, following to the rows. The teeth may be so. adjusted nold and J. O. Goodman. I
useful mark for the traf extended that they will run quite deepor City Council W. H. Arnold was nominated b>' R.
separating discussions of the packingand : 8 Floyd: seconded by Qeo. W. Fox. FOR RENT
fic. Say. the write: hauling ef fruit, to meet next so shallow that the implement becomes .: J. W. Goodman was nominated. by J. 1
"The.,vehicle-using public is becoming in Tampa on Wednesday. July 7. a smoothing harrow, breaking The city council met In regular adjourned W. Thompson there not being a second ROOMS-For rent at summer rates +,
accustomed to detour signs,. Prominent Factors only the crust o nthe surface. session on June 1. there beInic to Mr. Thompson's nomination F.. H. Law.on. 17-lf. i
Preeent present H. M. Breaker. MtwArnold was duly elected for office I I
but that doe. not mean that they Among sent at the meet- The ordinary one-horse cultivator, Qeo. W. Fox R. 8 Floyd. Xr".ld..nt-1 a* stated at a salary of 1100 Bond FOR RENT-Pleasant room at Nn.IIS 1
have,, become' reconciled to these Ing were:' President J. H. Ross, Florence used! mostly In the 'vegetable fields, bert. J. W. Thompson.< Lewis Bryan.: fixed at ".000. Broadway: Inquire at resldncnor r'I''
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time-consuming, machine wrecking. Villa; J. W. Ponder, Sarasota does good work in tall crops, working city attorney, and J. R. Gilbert clerk. On motion It was so ordered that .. phone No. 171. U.tI.I .- -
; The minute of the la.t meet nd. the Chapter House b* allowed 116
..ervaracklnl'accompaniments oft C. E. McCormick Nocatee; P. C. Peters between the rows when the cropis were read and approved. Reports .,fofllCf'r. per month for the month of June I.I FOR SALE
? road-construction. and .repair. If there Winter Garden; W. W. Ray- almost mature. The best of these were examined and approved July August. September. and October.
.x ft any possible way of overcomingthis mond, Owanita; Edward Parkinson machines are equipped behind with and bill were approved and ordered Water and to advertise Hunt commute for bid waa authorlsed for_-,' 8ALE-R.trl..rator., cupboard,
.serious inconvenience it should rakelike attachments: to smooth the paid as follow: I matting chairs and other furniture.
Alva; R. L. Collins, Umatttla;'S. C. construction smokestack at water and
' be*adopted. It I. becoming even Warner, East Palatka; A. G. Ifrunlin, ridges ,and drag out or bury thegrass. J B F' Cadel.Tlon. alary chiefof a* pollc.mayor._-_-:__.'100.00 10.00C light plant Inquire 407 Emmett Bt IB-It. r

mere serious, rather than less so, DeLand; D. C. Gillett, Tampa; Peter B F Cobb night marshallTli.00 There adjourned being; no further to meet bu.lnes.thecouncil In regular FOR 8AUE-One army tent. 15"lIall ., 1
with the increasing use of concrete Maril)4): Sneads Island; Charles P. J Z Rob.r.on, treasurer11.00. 1 session Tuesday July: (. at I p. m. feet hlKh Apply to Miss Hazel B.Ward .
for pavementaj which must stand Crescent SWEET POTATOES NEEDA'COMPLETE J R Gilbert clerk. 146.00Lewis 621 Emmett Bt. Sfl-tt.
j Hale. City; James Simpson O'Bryan. city attorney_ 4n Ou'
.closed to traffic for an additional Mount Dora; H. G. Gumprecht.! Bra- FERTILIZER H :M Breaker, member council. -3 0Oeo >> SAVE WATERMELONSFROM O8CEOLA FERTILIZER CO., '(ood umade.
.week or two after the road has been den W Fox, do_i 30 Bee F.. H. Law.on.tf,*
town; F. A. Zeigler, Arcadia; A. STEM END ROT
determine which R 8' Floyd do __ _______ ___ 6 OO
closed' similar whilegrading \ An experiment n n
1' for a period R. Sand In, Leesburg; L. A. Hakes, I J iv.Thompson, do 1.00I
- FOR SALE-Hor. and Mule Inquire
and concrete; construction Orlando; R. P. Kelpler DeLand; J. combination' of fertilizers would pro- Berry Padgett. scavenger IS.00 Watermelons arriving at the mar-I of J .'Miller. 19-lf.
was going on. H. Sadler Mount Dora; R. E. Len- duce the highest yield of sweet potatoes -I Bob Evan, do _______ Bt.50 ket are commonly found
The only possible plan for avoid- Spalding has Just been completed and Sermon Ponde. do --- 7(00 very FOR SALE--Child's white en.n..l..4r.i
felt
Apopka; Charles De- work----_ _.
I C F Tl.on, aupt ml 16ii affected with a rot at the stem end. I In
in I crib flood condition.
made bulletin Apply f
the results
detours that has I
big been suggested public I
Land; 'i. H. Yohe, Ssrasota Harry J R Ollbert I..t Wk May.tl 60 .I : office t -tf.
so far sews, recall ia to constructand Piano, Kissimmee; Jefferson Thomaji, 156 of the Florida Experiment Sta- J R QllkMrri. *t work dune.100.00 Tills rot sometimes destroys at muchas -0
complete, one-half 'of a given Jacksonville; William Hunter EdgarA. tion by Prof. J. M. Scott. "' J R Gilbert due *t. dept.. draft III.II! three-fourths of all the melons In. FOR SALE--Child's two wheeled cart.
J R Gilbert drainage Wk, May U S4
stretch .of road at a time, traffle Wright C. E. Stewart, Jr., Geo. In this experiment the potatoeswere J R Gilbert. payroll: June___.:, 400.00 a car and on the average about 20 white enamel. with parasol attachment -
meanwhile using the other side of A. Scott Frank K. Anderson, SethWalker.W. grown from draws each year. J R Gilbert freight dept..__., 1.OS cent of th. melons are lost due .a bargain. Apply Oas.tte of-
per ,
the center line of the road. To this The was planted the last of J R Ollberttelegrams, stampst.2 Bee 1$-tf.
Miller crop
F. D. Dow Ed- _
E. MI.( Smith dona for kitchen. SO.00I to this rot. Mr. C. M. Tucker is employed .
It. \la that this the first of June and the
makesa
objected plan win Gay Martin Tampa. May or I I Carson Farmer sRt. rent F D. 1500 by the Agricultural Extension: FOR SALE-One Bets El* trlo Wall
Joint and line of weakness in the ante variety of potatoes. Triumph 'State Bank. Interest for' May.. 4000R Division to asist in preventing- Plate practically; new. At. resonabl -
'center of the road; in spite of which, REALLY TO MAKE SUGAR. IN was grown every year. There L .Lupfer, payroll Fir. Dept 72 AO loss price. Apply Valley: Oaiette. . ,
KI.e,. ,Tel Co., phone rent.-. t 15Venner8awyer. necessary T.I t. '
however been the plot continuously
it' has followed in FLORIDA> not grown on same \ supplies----- 2.66Everglades Lsnt season a car ef melons was ,
many cases. for'five years beginning 1015, Cypress lumber II.t" shipped from Bowling Green Fla., to residence pro q,.
SALE Fin ,
"We: that in the of but in rotation and cotton Am. .Hoist .& Derrick do., up.J 1.88 FOR *
suggest with/corn
case For many years it has been the .,.." Minneapolis, Minn., one-half of the'melon. quarter-block even roomed house,
J I. Phillip A Co lumber.
roads where two lines of traffic areprovided boast-of this state that more sugar following cotton in rotation.' Fenol Chemical Co. dlslnfeotant'03.94* were treated with stem end I orance. tree*, pecan tree, live oak..

for .by a width of twenty \nd cheaper could 'be nude every I The. results shows that the different W H Arnold lumber____-__?? *.70 paste to prevent item end rot. The I flower, vine, shrubs Garagegwoodshed .
feet. or more (( should include its than would be ..ed- -ombinations: of fertilizers'had no effect ' J C Griffin shop work__.- 1.09 I and two spar room ,In
year on acres n other half lift untreated rns is Reason for .
Jwhlch I. J C Griffin work. at. drpt. 4.CO ; was rear. selling propertytoo
all durable-.u .) there' be sd to sweeten the pies.and. coTeestnd :: on the growth of'Ine.. and J C Griffin chop sanitary: dept___.. I.26 the usual practice. Other conditionsin I Urge for present. owner 'ApplValley
l" no cJTort: to bond the'.two calves Into make the candies of the (entire ,leaves. The yield'of potatoes for the. Tampa Tribune, record, office lists each half were equal. On arrival, OasetU. 1-lf.
;$ conUnnoualy bonded whole, but Country; but for all those years we 'five :years averages are considered. Water and Carson, mule feed S44 H> the melons were Inspected by the !, .
that they be considered as tow have contented ourselves'with'* The' yield for' two plots fertilized, Klssy Tell Co. .jiho-e r..t ... '- 9.20Palley I FOR .AL1II-On. Kmerson= Typewriter:
pavements mere The treated melons .
I Oasette. prlntlnactn ?'.t. I federalinspector. I node three, visible, a* good a* a...?
,?: separated from each other; )y believing that to be true.. Variousnen .determine the, effect of applyingacid 1.\I.loney.Lupfer. Co+ r.tTmaf* .1.634 K. showed-about 4.per cent rot and the I 'Apply Valley Qaaette.! ,. > . tt .
.trffiob.ing.exp.ctedtoconfne; : <*- .have. seen the;YI.lon".nd' have .phosphate show that the plot ,A J MacI>onouKh, .n.c. tees.. J".tl untreated: melons showed 28 cent I. .Ij
,9 self to: its respective .sides and notFr' massed on without having the veil with .the add phosphate .. about'j scola Hdw Co: ..iip...li..*,..i..' 710 rot. t ..-"per" FOR BALm Second-hand 'Fo.-d car* .....
than 06
lOsceola Hdw CoV .upptle.38 \
.us. the center. ,There might) 'even be 'ifted'more than in 'their vision. Today one-third more potatoes the' one:,I W F Parker ...pp..'*...--.__ '.'0J i To prevent, the..atentend rot the 'at*.attractive 107 f Broad price..,... OeoU. '*MotorCo i
aa.l'advantage in setting a line of : there is no sugar for commercial Without acid ,phosphate.In other Dan Hlrtsel. claim ,los* of Una*- following .measures should be obobserved 1
....__.... ._ t at I t ; ; =r"l
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from
tone, "" concrete or brick, raised in' Florida words acid pho.phate.lncre..d the, Injuries Hp?
ourposev even though J I W A' Joiner, 176.00 :, y > : LOST,
y lightly above the surface, down' the .here; is ,less sugar available In',the yield about 83 per cent. ;''' ,| j O Buaklea, .uCE..,. : .center line the"'tpa..mentr each bounty "has three 'comparing' the yield'trom''ploUj Will Tales, do .. .,._.. 0.00 .
? on, )?, and \,been, for-, or aide being constructed 'against this onri 'years, i than'' ever'before while on which no ammonia ,was applied I Bam Johnson do .?-'_.._._..,_.._ '0.OAW wagon which will not be used for Klaslmmee a minnow dip-net Findl. /
90.00W
do.- ,
11 :McMahon: :;
r as'a curb.' Beside the greater-;conveniences 'hatto!( be t had.U bringing a price,to with ;; those on''which ammonia, was!1 : 8 ,Aset.ru. do, ..X..-....-_.,.ta '''.0'1 hauling_good melons. T .r please leave at Gazette office.., I'.It..
11 j';_ to"traffic and In constrnc- make the owners fairly roll in spoiled in the,form of,, dried found tOo LOrep.do: .-V;.._-_..-..- 68.00 2.' When cutting melons from the .,
;ru: : ,lion which i this plan. would afford ....lth.. But.it appears there Is ..tobe sulphate of ammonia, .it was 1Car.on Farmer,. ccollector76.00 vines avoid slashing: the rind with LORT-Tu..ct. night .on Main street. '

'".. .. such a center, with a color different a change. .The Miami, Metropolis that the yield was increased from ,20,Carson.* W Farmer B Drew refund Co, ." voucher pll..... 17.10fH. .74 the"knife Standing melons .41. end near hand the Griffin ornamented.to.. blacksilk. '

'i: t'f from that of the 'pavement,", offers ells :us: "At the present rate of te 25, per cent by the' application' } >'of)Standard 011 Co,.. oil..-.-.......' '70.07 often bruises them.'and causes decay. braid bag over blue. Kinder with return, sllver to 'i,
\ another advantage. in' planting cane and clear- ammonia.ir: f I I Mine .dr'\Mill Co,, supplies---., lilt Cut. the' melon 'with long, stems. Mr*. 8. B. Aultman and :
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progress ( 181 r"ceI"I."I.'i'
. _'"Making a line down the center'of for replanting the Pennsylvania -The'plot''I'on which: no potash 'wa''uplied ,[Carson Dixie Service Farmer Station, .Ufpfl"'.' '',1611 .' 8.: Pad.the ,wagons used for hauling ward. r ,

a paved street or country:road has Sugar.:'Company will be mak- produced only 65 bushels'peracre J Ft1 Gilbert, freight, .,. 1407 with sacks and'straw, .
1&strong tendency. to v prevent automobile n r sugar in Miami by December, or: 86.8 bushels less than the' Hex, Petrollom' Corp,. fuel oil.,-769.40. h 4, ( The car should-have plenty ofdry WANTED. -
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accidents. Such,a line causes 1 21.. This ,was the; assurance given next lowest yield. This shows. that 1 Fla.H Elec.Arnold Hup.' tabl.Co.and supplies.-lumber it.ISW' MlUinfer *"clean beddingThe ventilators WANTED-Man with team or auto''
the drivers of .car*"'nncousciously yesterday by. the!/ resident, managerof potash must be applied 'If a satisfactory -I' A: Prather. .epalr.\.tr.ck""I.OII should be'open.if' _ who can give bond to ell 117 Wat-' %

keep to the right of, the road. Driver the company, Van Alen Harris,toa yield la to be obtained.- 4J J ,R1J Gilbert, freight__...:\_,.,...,0'14,81. ., 5.' In the car recut the .stems to tr..t kin. home con ern and ot farm kind product.In the,'worl4.Biff*'. P
'pota.h.1And K Singeltary.-lumber..,..,,- tl 80 !
.
j approaching ,.tides have 4 a party of Mfamian, who visited the In comparing muriate of' '.,i 'OXSrlfnn,'.*hop" work.-...._--." 'till one-half Inch, and apply stem, end 11600 td TlSOOO yearly Income. Ter-.,,
'stronger tendency to at, av safe sugar plantation of the company' ; afewiwle'from sulphate of. potash as .fertilizer1 j Worthington Pump Co.. supplies-109.1 paste to- the freshly cut stem The i-ltory In- thf.oounty open Writs'
distance apart. The,decided advantage this city'on the Hiami It was found that'the muriate gave Oeorr H- Blunders supplies.; ,, 40,001RaberttReidel.'lumber : paste is made .of blue stone ., and today toJ. R. WATIUN8 CO.
increased of 27 bushels \ , '.....:. ..*0psceola I < > Pept 114. Vlnona. Minn. ii--tt-p4 4
Ml the yield ;
center-lin an ,
mark wa first canaL ;pert; Hdw Co, supplies---.*llt.OS starch paste, and acts as a.disinfectant ,
1. noticed on the Baltlmore-Washing- "Whne' the:sites' for the' refinery acre over 'the sulphate. 1 Valley..Oasett cards......w' It. 1..'; 9.00 I to keep out,the rot'funtrus.The FARMERS-Bend today for a fh. ',
ton l'O.d"wbere' the concrete surface It was-" found that ground lime ,been'distrlbuted ample, copy of the Florida Farmer .'
and mill have not as yet been select Bill 4for lumber* presented by J. K. [ paste has to and Stockman' .
published
. was built one-half. at'',a time,leaving td; ,makes no stone Is .f' no value as a soil- r>>rree-1 Ingle\ary wa referred to. Adam, some railroad agents, If your agent .. Title about ilvelitockrad-at ,Jack-:
t:Q ,a dearly defined line at the point of sttaatementtar"todet ll.which tor for .sweet potatoes ;iH14Y"CROPS. Evans ..by-Co.contractor.\ .am. havingbeen for psvlnur purchased ; !cannot, supply yon, write to the Agricultural Ins, dairying .poultry citrus trait

c Juncture: It was noticed that driver have not been :decided upon the visitors ,'I Y Bill presented b.JJanl.' McN.al. for .ExtensionAJDivislon, U- of and trucking, weekly'. at sloe, per7earthree ,"
: for'55.00.' Only I
: almost universally' .kept their .ventured a long'guess that the .. ,, ?.J taking car ?of pauper was, on motionreferred Gainesville; Fla.,1', :\ livestock and year general farmlnrpaptr
.: ywn'' aide of the road, whereas on' unmarked mill at least,'will be near the fields, This' is'\ the time ,of' year'to begi6ireparing J<'w Resolution to committee-on presented and charities unanUmouslr \ ; I Mr., C.' M. Tucker,Is':In the field and In the state. ,Writ today. ,

roads ther was almost universal which would place i(, within eleven land for the. planting of, adopted kllowins" >redemptionof Is at the service of watermelon "
,tendency to' drive in the' certificate against.tht *,*' *, ., k .* 666 quickly ,,elieve. Constipation
center miles of Miami, with anal and rail- to'J. M. Scott,, taa property growers. "
,
haT crops, according W. T. Maklnson. deceased., at face .. Biliousness Loss and
of of
of the road' and in approaching road '' with theepmpletion Appetite
connecting to ,Miami '.of the eyperl- ,
animal industrialist valuewith. Interest at the rat of *
Subscribe for '
/end passing vehicles the tendency of the"'railroad between ment/station. : 1 percent, a* allowed bt law. the Valley Oaeett..r. :Headache.due'Fo' Torpid Uver.-adr.;
i .e.n ;,was to,allow the 'amaD .margin of this.city 'and'">Lake Okeeehobee. Thisrailroad Such.crops, assorghum sown,, :Mr. Marlon Farmer, was-on motion ,'.,
}v'% clearance possible. Chief ananlraously elected as bond trusteeto j '0 .' ;. ,
engineer M
4,1' bed is already' bullt-.from broadcast either alone or' mixed with All caused resignation \ ,
vacancy:
:]fackall,:of the Maryland State Road the ,Curtiss field to the plantation of be planted any time of>Albert Bearden.' -- ', -.,', ,. -
'' Commission and C.: M: State cowpeas. canes' motion marshal >wa dln.otdto -
Upham, the Russian at least ten during .June. Under favorable eon- On' the r
.esifhway. engineer of Delaware both miles will be pushed on' .toward Lake Hittona the.nn make satisfactory: ; order bridges 1.000 on feet road pr across lumber$lake to. leadin repair - 4 -, I ..J"" : ".." I 4

wan. after; observingresults on the Okeechobee as fast' aa >the dredge hav crop. to,Bt. Cloud. "j.
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.Maryland road to paint ,.a black line Moves on up the canal and throw. Spanish peanut b another good The matter of urvyn| *; and rest :: \;,

down the center of the.ir.paved State up a spoil bank of rock which,is usedas croA. that can be planted at this season tlonreferred skins; colored to cemetery cemeterycommittee wa on moc , r v'

.5OAs..'"If.it. ,.is an edvantage'to endeavor to'persuade I bed.the"i"An foundation-..... for the",' railroad- tWItted. of the produce, "'r-"r which satisfactory may be yieldsof *x-I'wUh. ;.power"' I\to'.act.( ('4\"Ai...._..1t ,,,,.;.,... .\ WATCH THIS SPACES

: drivers to use the two Interesting feature about: the bay and nuts.fOn .. old building bnlldln*committee was on motion.with' power referredto to. 'j .

Jialves of the road- as two separate! stupendous project of the Pennsyl very fertile soilsthe ;soy bean;act.' ...reirardln; neeeessry proosdnr Ift
:roadways,. ,whv, Inconvenience the '.nla'Supr' Company' lath.the > satisfactory.' On the On 'a..tloaItwas 11 o. ordered that \ .

,' I r '''while by building .!.Jxh.*fJ>them .*|I company. has rnothinr to'Sell. Stockhr "n,.oq.Un.?"prove' lne land 'the are ,not ,all city employees f the who-City. hsv one*i year been _or Intheraplov t" , .' 1. .

+ ace: or, increase"cost ,aDd main ten-1 the'companyTannot'be-purchased. likely: to'prove. of much"value; In .mor. b.. allowed, when convenient to ( .
.*nee 'troubles br trying to Join them und the cane which'',will .be' r\laed .wet. cowpeas 'will-"usually out yield i the city,.ten day vacation with pay. I. ..

Inter. one structural .whole,,with the will be used bythe! ,companyIBtheoreduction : them m nine land.*'The: beat variety'f'I I -i Theclerk th wa requested of the State to lake Bank up I .
white with: president ,
.,joint JmpareeBtfWet AAHa+ .of ) oH sugar; Consequently, of' Soy bass.is.. probably the Mam- 1 the matter of .secarln.'window and I :

,, 'e tone bituminous,or concrete. /down or .of th.red center brick of hi this the purpose,company rofw has spending located millions here for in $,.' Tho'.o) ;' .fou'ndtoP .v t!Moor. 'Lot matter*o.n.of ll .room.retalnlnr,:...r tThe .wtbl-. oldpavilion . .IU"-J. n 1 t"- ,.. 'Ln 1 .......... I.C>4. r I ll ..,;. H i-JI\IIII\ ,. -r.' 1 ,

':a concrete road.:woM ftiralsh,a pernaaen the production ,, oane for., its own {the best variety of cowpea. '' recreatlonpjer at the; city, dock wa referred as a askingor to

t' .. *. ineradicable line; and in the 'as*, and Miami I. not.even a.ked.to. T 't- . i i w'Advertise bulkhead coromTUee, wltb power to .UT :f rCE" CASH. '
r 'case-of e.ncreb'-pavement' would take an ',interest In the buill...." ,.your:.*.ass I IJnitbe Val. pt.4'vi': being :,-thZi;; .business p the 1Th.ro ;(GROCERY

provide opportunity;for. two.XD&..-< This story is Inspiring and. encouraging t.y iGazette. >If yon have property coonctl"adouraedtto no i meat In regular/ Phone

mt 4'. tin, J tars unsightly::'crack that 'U 1 1'found being that thei Pennsylvania, Sugars real a ,small advertisement itf onr 6 p. in. \ > QUlC&' *I.Jt8'.urn i ', .
center of, a6 Company is" financed.and abundantlv classified ,column will put' in J. H. OtLBERT. H. M. 'BREAKER.Clerk 4', I..' t 81U.LL'pRC)
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'Mk'' Arid ':J j };H.: WeSherbee'-'mo-: 'MISS' 'S.GLEASON; ; ...... .... ; .... "
; WEEK tored over to tEereast'3 vla'MeN _' 1",1" ; ,S'l-T"etlll' : j" . .. . .'.....-.1.. ,(, ;
; I ;PASSED,AWAT.l : ,,''i" ; ,0. p.$' V 11"11. 'K ., _
,;, IIJEMS.OF:1l: bourn* tot spend the week.end'vieit.i ; .. J .
ing 'Beach ---' < ) t"To ,
.\,, (i Dayton*; .and other places. Miss 'HarrMSSi!' Glesbohr'di d at Mr.' and .Mrs W. H.,"Empson left 'f'u..l >Jnl\! \ ,, sl
"nt.'C" 11.4 UuSu'mmeYs the conferenceevang.Uet her' home hlngtartavi{ e 'on I,
; onj.Tfa ; )* Tuesday morning i Franklinviile, "
;, Little Dorothy: McCranie has'so for the. Methodist! Church Thursday,. Jum w 3, '1920, aged 62 N Y. : \ ;; . ;' $ i.r. '(; '.

far improved'as to be ;taken' downst.ht : South,came home this.week, to bepr..nt I years*! "r. '- iitv ? ; ( W Theodow Ham,'ieft 'fuelda.1mominjr the'Yote'r$ .
into the sunshine. -.. J'4h
""i ; at the graduation of the Forthepast: : three year 'Miss, ; to'' spend th. ... '
'. senior Class the ola Gleason'has closed her house during lmer'atLake I \ I , '<} .
K. Johnson ,who is employed'in of O c High Superior ,Uch.- i ''''\
"r, Jacksonville is enjoying a pleasant school\ of Which' 'his'' son,, C. H. Jr., I the* 'winter/ and passed the cold Mr. Willis Rogers left Tuesday i of OsceolaCounty* : >,,M 'A
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... Vacation, with his family. .r is a bomber months with friends in WinterHaven for a 'vlait with friends in Montana : +;': ,: ,
and Klssimmee Fla., returningthis 'Edna ,Williams of Klssimmee is n ( -' .I \ .
C. H., Grantham is driving anew 3.: J.: Griffin expeCt; move his thelatter ,, '<\. ","
I season May 5th. During' "
, family out to their new home on the the guest this week of her grandpa ".,
$0 Briscoe purchased through J. C. Florida "
- of her in
part stay ; -
rent* Mr. Mrs. Av P. Munn. :1' '
and 1.\\
Y' Griffin the local St. Cloud road Saturday Mr. Grif- ? \
; > representative. Miss Gleason'suffered from what the t
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Mr. and M.'Vance' left ,J \
this Mrs. A. .
recently '
hu .
' till purchased fine ... .
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Mra.vrb ler in the local physician diagnosed as rheu" for Des. '
- was property just outside.the city limits Wednesday, Moinet Iowa ., t.fl\ i' "
matisnt. "On her arrival home she ""..
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; r city Wednesday looking after buslif and is making,it a delightful country Mrs. Bessie Williams and little boy '
and her . gained no relief and Dr. Mose was df Kissimmee ,,
ness matters calling on Niome.Mis : '.were the guests on : Thank
r f''' } many. friends. called. He. said she was suffering Wednesday of her parents, Mr. 'and I. ,:: YouV ; /
'
', :Versa Holt' of Arcadia, who from inflammation of the veins Mrs. A.,.Po' Mnmv 'j <
fr''< Mrs; A. M.' Story has. returned will 'be.well remembered here as the caused by anemia. After.the' lapseof Born, .Tuesdaymorning- to Mr.and .. .,; .

i': ', from a pleasant, visit'at the home of daughter''' Dr. 'A..J., Holt, a former a few days her brother, Dr. D.,A.Gleason Mr*. Robert White. a daughter.I .
t.!,- her brother. C.' K.; Warden' f at Kissimmjea .- pastor of the First Baptist of Detroit,, was notified ofher Mr*. Dorothy .Jaques, Mrs.' Mars- I '.

; i'ark. church., ls expected .to arrive' In ,a condition, and accompanied by kte, Mrs Ellis Mrs. Bordner and I , ..

r..}, R. E.: McLaughlin 'spent the weekend few. day for an, extended. visit. at his ;wife and son Dr. John Gleason Senator Wilkes, .motored. to Orlando < , : u .L' ,
'::; with his family at their home in the:J.. Johnson, home.., also of that city hastened to. Oxford.It Wednesday.Miss I .. I, ':,

> Kissimmee, returning here Monday. 'Excellent stock: and grain farm being apparent\,that1\ + Miss Gleason Leilla Johnson ''who has been I : .. ... "v A', ., ;,. K:' , .A. ; '
Iof
., in serious condition ..
OkeechobeeNewr! .was a 'Detroit attending college-at4allahassee .. ; ..
fy- < - arrived ,,' .t -. .
; wltJrlarg-bearinggrove, fronting r'r"J: ..
specialist was telegraphed for and I .
f Lake ,Tohopekaliga one mile with home for the summer ,vacationlast '..: "' : : WIBarber' :
D. W. Alderman who is assisting on his arrival the best of. trained, < f'; "
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Thursday. : I .
his father in the tax assessor's office abundance of Implement, cattle I .. \" ,. ... '
skill was used for her relief. There Mrs/ Dyall and small son; Claburn, .' <." ;",. '''' "." -
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Okeechobee to mules, and a fine going concern; a : "
.t' City came seemed to be for -
up a temporary change
a were the Thursday of .Mrs.Drought _
the week-end with his money maker for sale. ;Best of reasons guests on ;-
}i'lf, spend family. for Belling.; Particular to interested the better but soon afterwards the at Hammock Grove. ; :
ff Centrally located brick business Nelson Realty Co. patient grew slowly but Steadily Miss Frances Johnson, who' has .
house with six: large room up stairs. parties .' worse, day by day IO'.ing. little been teaching school at Miami, arrived _
'ty Leased for three years. Can be purchased Emory "Campbell 'accompanied by vitality until death touched her and home last Sunday. ,
: on easy term. Price 600000. his wife and baby. Gene arrived this I relieved her from her Buffering. Mr. and Mrs., .W. J. Barber and

; Breaker Realty Co.' ..248t.rl" week from Denver, Colo., to attend i During her' stay in. Florida Miss children of 1 Carolina Station. were .. ..
f"-' the graduation exercises of' the senior 'Gleason entered intothe, church and .
Mrs. Katharine West and little St. Cloud visitor on Wednesday
David Lander are in Klssimmee tbspend .class of the O eeola, High school, I had charge of the/work- the choirin Uncle Josh Ferguson was a business -
of which his .I.ter. ',)dies Ruth the Presbyterian church at Kis-
caller at'Kissimmee Wednesday.
several weeks with and on
Rev. '
Mrs. D. L. 'Lander.-Highland* Pilot. Campbell is a member. Miss Ruth ximmee. She was a member of1 the ,, De, not waste your time trying tense a t doO kitdien. knife a
will her brother and fam- -
ny Civic League Clubs at Kissimmeeand
:.., Lacy Johnson private- secretary to ily home spend the .summer there Winter' Haven and made \many INTERESTING LETTER FROM .
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;: Congressman: Vii. J, Sears arrived then will enroll in the College for friends among. the residents of these FLORIDA. f ,

x;;" Friday evening from Washington to Women at Greensboro, N. C., in the places a* well a* among the winter You tel1etti w wW

: spend his summer vacation at theJohnson fall. They will start' for Colorado .visitors from all part of the coun- Kisslmmee, Fla.. April 14, 1920 ,
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home. Saturday. mrrl Editor Rural Valley Advance: .
; J. M. Wioodsll. who is in chargeof Potatoes are Belling for $$12.00'per j[ try.She is survived by her sister, Mr. Dear Sir: This is the last crack I< .

(l' one of the state road convict bbl. f.o.b. Kisslmmee. We hiVe "E.;: E. Lee of Oxford two brother, out of Jhe box while I am in Florida.If .

'i camps located at Parish in Manatee land adapted for growing: them located 'Clark H. G1e..on of Grand1' Rapids I am spared I intend to return to have food Kitcken Knife' Skarpeaen, made'" of 'carbenusdussteae
county, came home Tuesday to cast close to city and near and Dr. D. A! Gleason' Detroit our home in Dayton Pa., by May '
his... ballot in the primary DIVed road. Will sell vou five.bi1; Mich., her nephews.\ Di. John E. 15th. The Dayton folks have all that will certainly |Ait .. edge oa any knife.k 'They are, wortk, ,

'" 12 acre farm V4 mile froth city or more, for Sixty Dollar per ( Gleason of Detroit Charles-. Lee : gone home except Ed Marshall and so ctnt*-ear price for one week ff
f limits small house all fenced 7 ac- one-fifth cash balance in 1, 2, 8 of Orlando, F1A, and Walter C. Lee ourselves. The long drawn out fish
6res in cultivation good land 1600. 1 ;years at 8 per cent interest. Get I of Loughman Fla., and her niece 'ing contest is going to be won by "
\." Easy payment plan. Nelson Realty
.'i Co. money. Breaker Realty Co. 26-tf. I Funeral services will, be held from job but you will have to take off 19 cents/

_ i* Mrs.. A. C. Mayfield, who has been Kisslmmee relatives are in receipt her home on Washington; avenue on your hats to J. H. Houser and C. A. only
t- ill for the past two week wan taken of invitation tithe commencement Saturday at 2 p. m.. Rev. Ward T. Carson a* they won out as the champion -

> to the hospital for nervous diseases -xerclses of the Indianapolis! high I South rland. former pastor of herchurch'officiating. quoit pitcher of Kissimmeethis .
,; at Chattahoochee leaving Sun- school, from which Miss Munger "Burial will be winter. One te Each Cut .. '
. day evening. will graduate this ;year. She has I made in Mt. Hope cemetery Norwich The' business section .is somethinglike
assistant I by the side of her father andmother.xford this here. They have commenced ''
been offered a position as PHONE
% :US FOR ONE
' Shampooing and Manicurnig, at ut teacher in one of the Indianapolis i (N. Y.,) Review- to lift their Irish-potatoes here

1" : Franco Shop No. -Darlington Ave. r-chools for the coming ;year whichis ,Times. and A;<'P., King and A. I. Hanson, I,1' ..
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Hours 8:80 to 6 m. Miss Nyda I -
p. recognition of her tal- who is farming 'on .the Island on I
,a pleasing
ijv Wimpy manager. 23-tf. EXPRESSION RECITAL ... Ai
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Tit. Miss Munger will be remembered the island in this lake have contracted i
X Mrs. George Barber has been their entire of potatoes at i
appointed as a former Ki.simmee'girl PRONOUNCED SUCCESSThe crop
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' :'-. chairman of the old'clothes Mr. $12 barrel the highest price ever l'I'
S who lived here with her parent, per W B. Co.
i, drive at- St. Cloud, which is being 'nd Mrs. Mark !Munger. recital given at the 'high paid in Osceola county for potatoes, .Maki.O$

K carried "on now for theJ>eneflt by the Modern two' five house school auditorium Tuesday evening and they expect to have over 1.000", .

!1Near East Relief workers. 'urnished complete story two room porches, by the pupils of the expression department barrels. It is estimated that there -THE- KEEN KUTTElf'STORE./' \ ,

e t :H. -A. Matthews,' and his daughter jlectric light bath toilet and lavatory was a pronounced success. will be approximately fifteen thousand _
;*c.. .Mrs;' Lena Harper;; former residentLakeellandnwere hot and cold water. Corner lot The program directed by the teacher 'ba 'l'9l. 'from-this'city and sec
, but Miss Helen Bass which tion. The now, beans are selling at
now 12x147 feet block from court was one represented .
lt one
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egcityp ----. -
f visitors in louse. Lot'covered with bearing or- a wide. range of impersonation $5 a hamper. This is about whatwe .
p I, ,1: Wedneada). ", trees. Good Price and well displayed the talent as would call a bushel (green beans ....
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' ," Two story 7 room mod..rrI'house, $nge$3,600.00 on attractive garage.term. Break-I well as careful preparation of the just as they came off the vine pod ......
20 '
and all) Sheriff Ingram had
lot young people taking part. In fact
1' .Marge garage bearing orangetrees sr Realty Co. 24-3t.
each performer seemed an artist"in acres of cabbage this year. H. cut t
: fine shade ch.ap.t $3,250.f
Prof. A. H. Filler and family expect and he
and them claims
depicting the characters representedLack / shipped got
Owned by non-resident. :Nelson Realty ,
to motor to his in .. .. \
. C old borne of space would not permitthe cabbage A FEW OF .
: Co. Greenville Term.; and spend the mention of each person who took I I pattch"butrwhen, you read this don't ,PAIRS f.: r I

\ Any one desiring to contribute old summer a* soon a* he complete the a part in this program, and it' would conclude that this is the Garden of .
';is: clothes to the Near East Relief letails of the school closing. He be unfair to single out a few,' for I Eden; it is a* far as climate is concerned j
A, cause should communicate with Mrs was honored with an invitation to number hit. but when it comes to farm ( :
every was a
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F C. A.. Barnes, at 16 Church street, become one of the summer school The audience well entertainedand II ing it All depends- the man whois SHOH5Left
was '
|.., who is ,in charge,. of that ,department. faculty at the State University evinced this appreciation by I doing the work. The next crop will \ '. '

. '10 acre grapefruit grove ,,trees 0 ,Gainesville but refused the flattering hearty applause. be tomatoes. They will becoming
5. Tears old. Proce $6000.00; a splendid offer to rest and recuperate af- The high school orchestra selections in about'' the time the potatoes and :' r
. "' bargain and attractive t.rm't Breaker ter filling the position a* principal from "The Orchestral Suite" bean are being 'harvested. Then 'over from'our'sale: .Odds and Ends!

)"., Realty Co. . 24-8t >f the school here during one of its Night Voices, were very pleasinr as they will raise a crop of corn. on. thepot..o
'Mr. and Mrs''Ira: Best motored up most successful terms. Prof. Fillers were also the opening lOngs- by Miss ground. \ .. Good sty1es'dnd quality uolng t'f"24i.H/ .
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will continue his work here next fall. this is ,. i ,,.o rtw ,,+ -
from Winter Haven to spetid the Geneva Roberson; and the closingone The' beauty of country you ':" 6UN r y."s ? {j. .

". week-end with his parents Mr and MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER by H. C. Eldrldge. Robert Mach can raise crops, here the ;year round, 'I ::::\ ',. ::1JJ: "
'. Mrs. G. W. Best. Mr. Best returnedagain Geneva1' Roberson ail Alta Over- but I would not advice any one to SALE1 PRICES '". ',
Tuesday to cast his vote in the FOR MRS. DUNAWAY street. .' come here expecting: to. fold his >,'1,. .. ,.. ',,, ;" :' : '
: primary.. Mrs. C. A. Ca-b-; ;; gaveone of the ..The names of those participating hands and sit down for (it will not ' '

-- For Sale-Feather bed. $10; pair prettiest bridge parties of. the- sea in-the program follows: Misses. Lois; win out,, here or any place else thatI
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Overstreet Dorothy Wells, Katharine know of but if a ;young man with
of All in excellent
pillows, $5. con son Friday.. afternoon complimentaryl.o
dition. Inquire 10 Darlington Ave. Mrs E. C. Dunaway nee Miss Tiller Etelka Stroup, Dorothy a little money and the "cet"/ln him <
23-tf. at her home Makinson; Lauretta 'Snodgrass. Mary would come here and buy' some '20 Fred S. Co'sW..Appreciat.
Anne Bryan Carson onBryan Gilbert
C Griffn\ street. Spier. Elizabeth Parker Eleanor acres of land which. can be bought :
E. conductor the
on Overstreet.|Dorothv Miller. Virginia for $10 to $20 per acre'and would ,
with
Florida East Coast' Railway and his The room were fragrant .
'ten of, it in andgra '
Johnnie Alta plant acres oranges
Lesley Over.street
Branson i
..t family, motored over last,week from roses Intertwined with' the dainty c of BuaineM"; .' ,
Mary Sanderson' Irene's. In- frhit' and would take care Your ,
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New'mym..to i : a (few 'days ,of pink vine' The pink color io . ; ;) \ ,
;;' spend mote gram,,Geneva Roberson,and Messrs. it from five to seven t year it : II.
in the
" I; ..with his brothers,' ,, and. J.' J.', and" prevailed dining served roomwhere' in Murray >Overstreet. ..Christie" Summers would j be worth any where from ten
the .
guest were'' I.
families. '
'their
the and!' Robert Macb.BACCALAUREATE to twelvethousand dollars, and I \i . ,
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conclualon of the Here'
J. Brown of Klcco. in Kis'simmee games i think the
T. was he could'raise enough on 'i
Wedneld..ee1dne table was laid with a lace cloth and ,r . '
a house I SERVICE ten acres of' vegetables if he would .1 !.#
basket Pink \ <
fot rent' to spend -the mmner centered with a bouquet. i AT HIGH SCHOOL SUNDAY work to make a, living while his .o! t

t inCnths here.;''M' .- Brown has lived candle further. '' carried out the | ; fruit;,,treee) ,,..... ,oomings on? but let "' ,

in'Klssimmee' and bow. ,how..pleas, 1 thoueht., LittleMisses'" Clara" -Tuclertand I. A fitting|service was held Sunday me warn you '' again" money ti.. not T J. CAMPBELL' NOMINATED'' I I:; ,
ant. our',summer_ month are. A" Ledbetter -assisted 'the hostessin morning. the high school auditorIum growing on the bushes.' If it: <... .I ..,;: '' .

20..acre*ion gteat''Dixle'Highway, Julia serving a salad'coarse I honoring..the' graduating'{ class, would >e at it with both, hands. ,. FOR.' mE'STATE" SENATE HEMSTITCHING' AND' PICOTHvG'
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'half-in cultivation, balance fine pasture The feature of the.afternoon was 1020. which wais well' attended in Oh yes I had forgot about the sweet T A wire 'from Tom Campbell of : \ "
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land all' level;"good-soil,f less the shower 'presented to th., charming spite of the heavy'L pain storm which potatoes.They'will' grow here as West Palm ,Beach informs the, Ga-; I, MRS. ,jD.. WOODBECi
; than a mh.% .from ityiliraits, ,$2,260. 5 honoreewho 'is Killl 1m_'. swept'over.the'city 1 y w. ' the .land'' is ,all''' sand -and Ion, know xette'that he was nominated for(the t ;
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; Terme. Nelson Realty Co. At the appointed hour theseniors, this sandy soil Is.adapted to ,swat I' 1'I p
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> The
i latest bride. gift were presented ; state,. senate.in last Tuesday's pri-
I., iMrs': 'Parks ;Adalr 'and little idau-' by. Clara Tucker and nulls? Ld- marched Into the auditorium follow potatoes,. ,and 'then watermelons,they' ma.,.. Nos'4 Brack Street :. .
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? ?Vivian, who have been' end1 better.,' The remained oflltbe afternoon ed by the high school faculty.They: do Priest well lI.re. : r :. and wayasking 'Tom'I.'an.oM Osceola'county boy. I t \ f .

lug several weeks. here; while the lat- were delightfully,spent in.viewing occupied; seats .1 reserved for 'them Florida Quake said ajn4 his many".friends-here_will Join "\ .'", r i... ,271. =' Ioot" (
.teriwas being treated by Dr. Buck- the content of the enticinjt..looking Immediately front of the rostrum. about his; farming. 'I the Garette'in .extending 'congratulaions. } .. ,: *:
_$< ' : : : their evinced *ho ..es Dr. W. 'H. ->>re.ch'preached' the can, you raise corn? Oh ayes, but'why "'. - '
master;; .yesterday'for"< packages xwhich \ ( i Service '
i "home, In Clinton S., C., .."..,,.,,,,i teem in which Mrs. Dunaway. held Baccalaureate .sermon!. choosing for \would J-raise corn? I ean*plant lit Pro, pt ::,ui Effictert. : 'I'; .'
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' \;; >,Next Sunday: torenoon the .subject by her .Kisslmmee a .miscellaneous friend on:(:'and Tbe6ho"wa. his Drench subject likened! "Building character A Lif..1 building Dr.to one from acre-,ton,inl tot,twoj cucumbers tbou.and.do and raise] ,. BACK; . FROM. ...--FLORIDA. . f '

of the 'sermon at the Christian church that, of a' large structure worth',yf''cucumbers'' and .get 'more :The, Iatter'part.. of last week' the .. -
included silver;cut
.. will bet "The Chain 'of Providence the. gifts lovely borlaid "
)t' Reaching '',Through the Centuries." glass, linens and dainty fancy work. a deep foundation must ,' a money than' if' I ,planted the whole friends of -Mr; I aced, Mr: W. W;- Baker GUARANTEED); t

' Thi evening i sermon" will bet "What :.The. high score for; the afternoon foundation Godliness., based Dr.on Dresch's truth, sincerityand sermon on place.,the jn J cora'J eom. question.So that'shut\ I .could me'oat goon ;.were pleased ;;to'receive'; the/a .

.Is Pre.chln..th., .Gospelf Every- was, made by Miss Bay who was rewarded of. this back to Fen ton. where they willr'e. ,
be.utifulba.tet' : of was-well thought'out and one i which and .enumerate instance DIAMOND
'.body welcome... .IT-"*' by 'a i ; J -> must appeal to the young people J for. that,i would -fill )'OUr.,' paper., '.Take m.tn'lthla, ...m.....;. Every faU'thet'

'I"i Splendid resident' lot Vn' brick pavj.ed '"flowers.f.Mrs.' \.Canon 4 entertained'aboutfif., ,,: whom tt was preached --, celery, they claim'' they can raise <<0, to ,,.Klssimmee, ;'Tlorida; ,.where' ,
( ,treet, 'one block fronf court house teen. tea, guests in,>addition ,te the Rev.' 'R.' F.' .Hodnett; Rev O. B. 1,000 pounds of Celery off one acre they i have a home; and Milo,. the AND, f.
size 73x147: 'feet. .A bargain. at'\$lv bridge : .,<. ; '* ; Falls and.Rev. 'W.' H. Coleman, were Yon.can change the address of my warm southern climate while'' ithe !
: Z50JOO., .Breaker' Realty: Co.', 24-3t. players. seated in the rostrum and assisted in, paper-afteV -May'10th' as I expect to rest of ir, ramaJn In'the" nortn. ,and ; : :

' 'Miss ,Mary Albert''Hinton.of MI- INI HONOR OF DR."ANP MR&v the service'.; "'f' start for home about that time .if; I shiveit., > !, ;LEfflGHTW'SIZE .

.ami has arrived for a' visit with Mr' The mu. prepared fO'r'thl am spared and they oget the railroad Mr. Baker is'an *n entouslast'.ovetFlorida _
.' and Mrs H.C.; Stanford. Miss Hin- ,DUttAWAYirf'Mr. 1 was'.exceptionally, appropriate.The\ strike settled. Hoping to ,' see z yon and,' her,' .prospect ,In tbfuture.rHe'says l.. ( -i1& J/
rlton formerly-lived here and her return : aid l Mn/,Jlow.rd;Ka"t enter- high ''school chorus sang "Tbei Lord all In' the near future and with' best that every one of < _

.W will' give pleasure! many: Kim talned.;at.seveno'clock'-,.:dinner .on Is My Light 0. L.\'' Basford sano wishes to .'.all \our't,friends'back in the'' small .pieces are getting better 30x3 ' ---._'',-'.,r''S'-lLiw'; ., ?

., "mmee,,,fTiend TU'i\ ; "/; ,1 Tuesday evening 1', at' their. home .in "Thou Must Be : I.
and the ' : close ..Kisslmmee complimentarP.toPlate.wer *
,',17 'acre farm brtck'road north >
qn 32 3! .__ Nonskid .: ___.tll"'i ;
: :* and congregation was "Take My Life: : since, ha 't mado his .
''to'station;.4 miles from r large two story house,'be.rm.'I'Ove laid '..for the honor and Let M.-Be." f'J.; ; mind >to go there inch;winter '' 31x4 w-i..'.' Nonskid: __ { .'

, A .2' acres. good>::neighborhood only guest ? and Mr. and Mrs Robert PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ORLANDO 'SATURDAY Saturday; droppedinto.. -ifhuIndependent' 32x4 ';;_ ,, Nonskid _"';' ,,2411
ifI 4000.; Choice property, fine home. Robert' Anga- Mr.. :' aced Mrs W. 'J. ,, ii?. Howard who flashed; office"in-1 nrescntad "na
Mrs! W. 33x4, ;,....Non-Sk d ___ Z. .
c;, N.I.oD"Realty Co. ; :).; Steed,,Mr. and :Mrs.; Claude Harper 10 a. i..t!Sun"d-ch ol anei adult. with her family ',at the ;comel-O'f with a. fine mess of potatoes>> and two 34x4NonSkid.- \ J."'; 3288\ t33x4.NonSkid
. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carson. Jr., . large .cucumbers which he raised 1ft ,_
Mr.: and Mrs. R. W. ,Melfclefon, Bible classes' w Brack'and Cherry streets/was takento 1
, ::1"?"''' who' are guest at the..home of Mr. and Mtt-and MfS' Katf : 11 a. ln.. by RevC'DavidL. .;: 'a hospital in .Orlando for an'op his Florida gardend' nought we : ,____ u.N s

.t,'.' and Mrs., W. J. S. Carr ,at Coronado An Informal evening followedwhen } Subject '"Th.. Sealed. station and passed away Saturday.She might enjoy ,here. He cucumbers tells us. front that 34x4.L: Nonskid .... 1'
7 here bridge provided amusement Chris7 .." lI1"t'Pre.c buried at cemetery ,in he has been eating '
'Beach are expected to return was a
, 35x4 ; Non-SkicI.i: : IJS.H
his own garden sine die middle,.of }% .. ::- ..
soon when they will again visit Mr; TO'THE.DEMOCRATIC.VOTERS w p. Endeavor,meettag. Orlando. a number of .Kissimmee ... .
and Mrs''H.-C. Stanford. '" 11 V '.. friends motoring there to be 'present February. ,'Mlchipadsummers .'IIL'L.;AQ"7Z.--' :: NoaSkid ,-
i
i! "f.. 200 acre-farm 3 miles ,from/Kts ,i'' OF OSCEOLA COUNTY 8 p. ri.j Preaching, ,Subject. The. at the funeral'services.,'" iX"' , When Mr.he is Baker Is in enthnslastlc' 31'x5. '____ Nonskid ._.42.M
just
as
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i : aimmee,' good road'join I.deslrto/exjres > . Beet Exercise' ",r She leaves a husband and six children : y wrt+4...*' ti
if on country : to -
'he ie.
you-my the 'Michigan as
.. All are cttt.or..dially' Invited to "attend the youngest .of whom is .eightyears over summers
fronts\countv .
:' ", lake nearly halt mile can appreciation Aforiyour aupDOrtfftA .. over the Florida winters. Thus he :*
these .. .. ,. A old. s ;,:,
t road' half-farnvia: artesianbelt, 6aerea'hearing * /Both .seryke T r: JACK SPARLINfi(
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!, the?primary! Tuesday;;). IIn Howard ha* been IU,'for the thorourhlyaat'aome"Ir1. either place
t. ,
% grove 8 flowing wells: Mr.' Pledger and I conducted a dean .-, Rev. David'I L. Lander'11W"''supply three'or''four'monthe.f'y .' DadD<<-' his ..iia/ m "Florida this .
fiae.pt'Optrey6room house,.. rich. campaign "yold.of.mudslinging' ..01'Mf8 the pulpit I at the First Presbyterianchurch' PMt '* past 'winter' he.ha, at various timessent Tlr asJ V.J..r: Werks 'a
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;p uctivewt.landA4 '11.500.1. Ea." rtl.s.audl.am: nNnly .at- at f issimme during. ,vaca- > 'PRIVATE'.TUTORING: ,us copies of. the Klftrimraee Gazette BROADWAY 'ry. te
7' :.; %Nelson Realty ,Co.;: I ,- ? tsfidd.wlth"yourverdict., .There art'sno tlonO'f' Drat W. Hv'' Dresch. ,Rev. ,-. .' a,first-class newspaper| tr'm.ed 117 r

j '! 666 .has mom Imitations than>tany hard 'f..lin r w'nryl artt; and It Lander: *s>an' able miaister,;'and ">a : Mrs., W.. .. Ftlpp.1ri1I.rec.lvepu-; in that viUage,.which H of aho\1& ;
i:l other;C1IW -.and Fever Tonic Oft-the Ir:my(*ineere,hope, that Mr' pledgerwill citizen .< Kisslmmee. plls 'for/ tutoring .t.her home, beginaiur'.the populaUosvT.Fenton, ,", .(M1cL.. .) ...For..Sale or' ..."t..t'lne:I.rgo.. . .
,,hat ... one want4bl1ltatlon.. m'ake'-/one/ 9f.-the, best prosecuting J >, "first' .Monday In .:July. Indepaden .. en roomed house :standing on *
u2Sket: an-dang.rony"tin hs .the... attorney. thi/count v J as.t.-. Furnished F1at"l'or; Rent. *''w: B:.,Special .attention '*T ',11_.;,--. eI y.' '. a.tr. \' er thud. ,W.B.CRI.WFORD." HarrlsGaxett.ofpoa; 21-tt., school wc_rk. J. -.a t. Su.trtbe feth.YVa r Gasette.. ha town.. ApvlT-' Valley G...... r; tf? .
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& THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY _GAZETTE IR1DAT.'.JUNE 11,- 1120 .

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Why' l)1an- . SECRETARY DOWNING W. HARNOLDCITY- O. r.. KRIBBSW., z. STEED A. ,'ICJCRHAf

KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED ,'1

we'made' this >Ttterara. ..*' C...r...... at Law.
j, INTRODUCED TOCHAMBERJJOMMERCE TAX ASSESSOR KIuI___ Klarlda y
Ga.ral' vrmrtlrr !. all /MaleI'alted Sad
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cigarette> for'you!' Stale Ceairta.W. ,
An adjourned-tlng; of the city
council was held Friday afternoon to
appoint a city tax assessor for up to B. CRAWFORD
,Notwithstanding conflicting events this time no applications, have" been ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
in town and the heavy rairi storm made. '
which;swept over, the city Friday ev The council fixed the salary of the ,Offices: 3,'4,. 5, 6, and 7 Osceola
ening'' the Chamber of Commerceheld assessor at' $300. the same figure .as Bank Building.
its first meeting in the' new.w for that"service last year. ,
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FLORIDA
Two KISSIMMnffi ?
headquarters in the post officebuilding. -I were made at the
This room ha been newly Friday meeting:,' and W. A. Arnold '
tinted and JU finished with a handsome received the appointment. He will DR., R. 'J.. DENNING '
,suit in Early English which is begin his work immediately and is
WI especially suitable for its purpose.In 1 supposed to have it completed by the DENTIST
the absence of President Cadel,' first of' October. Successor to Dr. W. W. Carson
a meJf I Mr. Arnold is thoroughly familiar
Vice-Presldent! A. Akerman, presided Over the Postofflce.
and introduced the new secretary with Kissimmee and is a good mani
HOURS t to 1IJO: 1:30: to i.
J. E. Downing, of Tarpon Springs.Mr for the place.CARLSTROM. OFFICE :
Downing made a neat im Office Phone 158
GET
MAY
promptu speech, stressing/ the' fea FIELD J
.i ture of the work before the organization BUSY AGAIN,: AVIATION CENTER
as he viewed' the situation LEWIS O'BRYAN !
Field
from his short-acquaintance here. | Carlstrom according to- a '
The attention of the meeting was dispatch from Washington: may .be- ATTORNEYATLAWWarner
t then turned to the Baptist state hos- come in the near future, a live place Building.
pital, which it is hoped may be located -i again, and the center of much aviation -
in Osceola county, possibly between wotk. Colonel Westover, of the
1' ", here and St. Cloud. It is understood war department the man who has Pat Johnston O. P. GARRET
+ fit your cigarette de- that a committee of prom- this matter in charge Informed Con' JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTOHNEYSATYAW
CAMELS inent Baptists will visit Orlando on pressman's Drane's office that the
completely you'll.agree June 11, to inspect a site offered by question of making this place again '
that city, and Secretary Downingwas become active was now under consideration Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Band ;-
they were made to meet your taste! instructed by the meeting to but would not be decideed Building. f* t
write at once and ascertain if the until congress acts. It was Congressman KISSIMMKK. FLORIDA
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: Unique flavorfragrance; and mel- committee might not be induced to Drane who originally called attention 1
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I come to Kissimmee at that time.! of the war department to the
_4 low-mild-body due to Camels quality The Chamber of Commerce is ;advisability of Arcadia as an aviation J. W. THOMPSON
r and expert blend of choice Turkish having a sign/ painted on each of the ,I center and following his suggestion -
.- that this place be used, both
front windows, the gilt lettering :
r 4J nice and choice Domestic tobaccos reading: "Chamber of Commerce Carlstrom and Rorr fields were es- Funeral Director
d Welcome," which will strangers tablished. There are now about five
,, ;_% : I are a revelation! You will prefer.the to its hospitable doors.A guide. hundred men at Carlstrom and If AND Ii

Y" Camel blend to either kind congress makes proper provision, !.
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tobacco
TiN bad taste in the mouth comes several hundred more may be added. LICENSED EMBALMER
1 smoked straight! from a disordered stomach and slug-
gish state of the bowels. Herbine corrects Cases of oak or Ivy poisoning
Store and Stewart Ave.
Chapel
the trouble immediately. It (should be treated with Ballard'n
With Camels you can gothelimit purifies the bowels, helps digestion, Snow Liniment. It is antiseptic and KISS1MMEI3.. FLORIDA '
c without tiring taste. pnd sweetens the breath. Price 60c. healing and a splendid remedy for ,
your They Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy.The such troubles. Three sizes 30c, flOe
t leave no unpleasant cigaretty after- and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Rob-
hen's greatest egg-producine: erson's Pharmacy. ;
** taste; no unpleasant cigaretty odor! periods are the first, second and DR. ,BUCKMASTER if
fowls in solution
third years, depending{>> upon the j Dipping a soap
I 11, To get a line on why Camels win breed. The heavier breeds, such as I made by dissolving 1 ounce of laun-
' Plymouth Rocks, may be profitablykept I dry soap in a gallon of water will
you so completely compare them for two years; the lighter !destroy all chicken lice, but a second KISSIMMEE'S J ;
breeds, such as Leghorns, three I dipping ten days later is necessaryin S
ti,8t c = C om.I. .? ..*, .??,??... puff-for-puff with any cigarette in years. order to destroy the lice that have
4 ::i.3 -:., r. :':: : the world at any price. You'll pre- killed hatched by prom the! first eggs treatment.If which are not I I OSTEOPATHSTATE
For the Relief of Rheumatic Pains.
rr XX)eitmrtttfmt in /- I I
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fer to '
."0"7 y r.unm.nd ,%*. quality coupons or premiums! When you have stiffness 'and sore- you have reason to think your I ,
a.reon for rM homm or.cab ness of the muscles aching joints ,, child is suffering. from worms take I '
fmpplf or .r/.n yom Irm.ml R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO..Wlniton-SUm. N.CoI' and find it difficult to move without the safe course-Use White's Cream : BANK BUILDING

. . . pain try massaging the affected Vermifuge. Worms can not resist ita Phone No. 162 I
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; ; with Chamberlain's Liniment. expelling influence. Price 35c. Sold I ,
"s Rub-MyTiem is a powerful antiseptic Cultivate the corn 'until the silks Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer.It farts relieve the pain and make by Roberson's Pharmacy. ;
; it kills the poison caused from I I begin to dry. The cultivation shouldbe I relieves pain and soreness caused I rest and sleep possible. *
infected cuts, cures old cores, tatter, shallow and not close enough to by Rheumatism Neuralgia Sprains, Don't allow the shiny coat on the ,
'etc.--adv. the row to injure the brace roots. etc.-adv. Subscribe for 'he Valley Gazette. hoof to be raised away when the '
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holds the moisture and when it is destroyed -

f. the hoof becomes dry arid .
frequently crocks. It takes several
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"4aso supply high value in the product that is behind Real Estate A gency!! I; : Health, Plate Glass Lia- ft.J +

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' 'n b the manufacture of the Goodyear Tires that Realty Bought and told. bility and Boiler Insurance.

equip the most expensive automobiles built.
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Iff THE! CIRfCIT. COURT 11'1!' AND Forrest Investment : :7' -i' : '
Company, a corporation Company 3744. a corporation. t..Ga' the State r :
roB OBCBOLA COUNT: *. 'FLORID .or.anl.ed The of Klortd.; that tb. 'and the sEMiI. BKH ell Bectlon ;
and euatlOeT Manitoba ntsMenoe. IX m CaClfrrCO1Vj
ant Mortgage and Invest .
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DA 111I CHAJIICItBY. > dofcndants *., all I.'
;4 der the laws of Georgia. Tewaa tt, swath Rang .I .
.. "Il'- Theft Company. Ltd. a corporation.. I* ...k"owntG\ the' complainant that IT East. .Os.d.LA cutV. .
Florida Land and Improvement Com.pany. James E.: 1k>..I.y end there I PA. IN _
r.at.a1r .Yli.iil :::;. : Company a corporation Cells -NI.y.. his wife. Florida*the n* person In the State of<< :SWK 4 less.1 if''H acraa, sair. or less, in C..CB. .
: Florida Land and Improvement Com Jamee :B. Moawley and whom service of a Subpoena pen SB ceraer. sold a. '1JrIr!: Hyatt). BH, 'of NaVal 1S.ess '
would bind said .-, 'Comaaay., 0
ea. . corporation organised andexisting Cecilia MoaeleyV wife. defendants the 8B K 8 ef RaIlroad .. Section tl ,
....._ W. 'AJdrleB; .t' at.TO unden, the laws 'the State James E. Moaeley his and.colia or each any of said or either defendant of them I believed and Township If "'t... Banco tt East U.-.
by BElt of NEKt all of
of the WU
Florida Moeeley. his 'wife. of the Btephea
Florida the complainant to' be over the ag* NWK lying B of the -' W. A. .ot ,
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: Southern Railroad Company.R J.. B. Moeeley and of twenty-one c..aty ilceJ all a
Sarah J. Averlll and 'corporation organised and exist-1 Celia Moseley., wl'.. respective year but that the of the BH of the BVrH" lying K of the .
said
Eugen F, Averlll. her husband. age of defendants. are County line: SKKcMon C TOFrank
? ig under the laws of Florida. 7. B. III., and to the Braddockv
Stephen W. Aldrich. Florida So-nthern Railway Company., Cecilia Moaeley. his. wife. IT IS complainant unknown All of the BH ef th* 8KK", lying B of Fra.l. Clhkl Ponylva- l' ,
Stephen W. Aldrlck. a corporation J. B. Moseley and aid THEREFORK ORDBH) that the County line .. "*' .... T. all In Beech Omfideea.
defendant Btrutner
C. T. Ansley.C I Florida Southern :Railroad Company. Cecelia Moaeley. hi. wife. each of, them do above -' ..mad. and Township It ...t... Knave tt East. James Harden. t 541 a I" Ohio.
T. Anul. and For..t appear on the' Rule and to all. each and I
) Investment a corporation. Hannah Mulford.,; Day In ;, every. party and nue Indiana. .
Company: ,th" corporation under the James Forrest and EAleii Forrest his Eller Neleon.George first Monday t. A D. IttO. being; the parties, per and! podim and .In..ln.pol. -
law of State. of Georgia:. co W. OaJte and Bill of Complaint In said month.. 4o the firms corporatteei end corpora ; I.. H"I.PI.ttno.ta H.b. -,
partner trading aa Ansley Lumber MaVy'8. Field and Samuel ,M. Field Ellen Oakea. his wife- Store Company of Peninsular Naval tlona. who are believed by the afore I. Sanford Loieden. ttT N. .3
and Tie Company.C her, husband. Robert C. Oliver. against a corporation, tiled said complainant .exlec but whose Avenue, Indiana. .la"a
them .
T. Ansley and Forrest Investment Mary anei Frederick W. In the office of th* names ar..u" call I..dl.napU.'
Covlngton Field Samuel M. Obllnger and Clerk of the Circuit Court complain J. $IT N. Delaware
And
Company. a corporation under the Field her husband.' Martha. A. Obllnger. his wife.' Osceola County In for ant. Interested or claiming an In. Avenue L.aen.Indiana. .
law of the State of Georgia, copartners Mary,: a. Field .and 8. M... Field .bet Frederick W. Ohllnger and -. on the second day" Florida In A.chancery, terest or Interest la .property Joseph Indl..apU.Plattsmouth, Nebraska -
; ot.Juns, IX 1H .
and II.r1
trading as ,Anal.yLumb.r husbsnd. ' Martha A. Ohlinger., his wlf. and that .premises l this cult .
this order
and Tie Company.H ., Mary ; (. Bben be published In and herein ."dieillbid.
Covlngton Field and 8. ) Peek and / ICtaalmmee Valley Oasette by, Chari. Mes Pennsylva ,',
., Seag-rave Adam.. Field her husband., Mary L. Peek hi* ,wife.; published In a newspaper through or under deceased I per Rankin
nia.B.
Osoeola
C. L, Adam and Charles A. Flanders and Mary, C Bben Peek and Florida County son. above named or otaerwlae; M. Ken ton.
T. H., Adam, her hueband. Flanders once a. week' for eight oon- and .te all and whose ''Wii. Ohio
"f I his wife. Lavlnla Peek hi. wlf. ecntlve'' week prior to p r, Rlph' Ambroa *
the
Ann Elisabeth Katie Albert andJ. B. Nelson Fell and Annie P. Fell. his H. M. Pfann and ance day above named. appear. names are to .. .fG.I" South WI.a
.- B. Albert; her husband. wife. Ida L. Pfann his wife complainant bat whoea It appearing DkGt.
WITNESS I .. bill-of
hand .
American Loan and Trust Company B. NelsOflFell and M. Pfann and the seal of said my' Court this aa second Clerk and exist who are ..-! I or complaint herein duly < .wor'* It I.

a corporation.Henry Annie Tt. Fell' his wife. Ida LPfann.. his wife. of June A. D. .'.0. at Xlaslmmee day In who Interests are clalmlsitr .a I or believed by the complainant that each
B. Allison and In the .
Arthur Fell. Henry M Pfann and the State and premis ef the defendant above named Is
Anna DePuy Allison, hi* wlf. Art. Fell.George Ida L. Pfann. hla wife. v .J County. L. OVER8TREBT.aforesaid Involved la thla snit and herein- resident of a State or Country other a., -

An.-uJ :: .and Frederick Farmer, Plant Investment ,
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Allison, his wife. George F. Farmer. organised and existing under Osceola persons _otherwise. the residence of each of said defend
John O. Ames and John P'lannery. the law of the State of Connecti FLEMING AND FLEMING County: Florid either... helra. anls'i'*, arantees by ants .a* particularly a* the same I*
Elisabeth Delano Ames, his wife. William W. Goodrich. cut. F. P. HAMILTON direct or m._. rearnencea. eredltora. known to the Is aa
( John &. Ames and William W. Goodrich as Assignee for Plant Investment Company a corporation. Solicitor for the 1..or.trust so. .of above .Compl&1D&t
3 Elisabeth Delano Ames, his wife. the benefit of Creditors of George . .:. Complainant..._, . t. s.- .. pw..r. li the .tat0.1 Ilorida>k- .. prn
John C. Amendt and W. Robinson and Theodore F. Arrannan paranurst.aT r.mal.d.rm.n Joint. tu.i ten" Buspoena : .
--Bmma"-C. Amendt his wife. Booth copartner trading; a. Robinson $ Lilian Phelpa. ant com._ of aald lpo. or wo.I.1.,
! Thorns R. Allison. ..nd' Booth. Henry Pullin. IN THM CIRCUIT COURT Iff,. AND and I or tax UUee or bolder and d.fd"t belief of the Com-
Augustus. 8. Anderson and; Qtrard Trust Company a corporation Henry Pullen. Foe OSCKOL.A COtlNTT. rlX HM. or owner or daises* of any vested tl. of said defendant
Elisabeth B. Anderson hi* 'wlf*. !organised_ and existing under the John B. Pace.Archibald DA. tt CHANCBHV.. or contingent _. either Interest or Rlalnant tht..11 twenty-one rear;
A. fl. Anderao-n And laws or Pennsylvania. A. Pearson. Interests tb. pr*party and promis IT IB THEREFORE ORDERED that
Elisabeth B. Anderson, his. wife. Glrsrd Trust Company, a corporation. Phillip J. Parramore. neleiialsi Naval sCores CeeM>aay. avs. es Involved In this mmlt, who** resi the ..f.nd.nt above named and each
,' Ralph H. Ambrose. Henry W. Grlmwood and Peninsular Highland Company. a --.tt... _", principal place* of business of t. herein on the Rule
' Char).. B. Adamson and Edna W. Orlmwood. his wife. corporation organised and existing and ages are to .cosnplalnant un .ppr to the bill Of
Anna L Adamson his wl'.. George B. Geralds. under the laws of Florida. .1_beer W. 'Aldrlrh *4 ak known. and to a. .claiming an .3al"t AD. .0 Naval Store

Charles William Arnold and Richard Good hart. Peninsula Highlands Company a corKration I 1 Interest In the ... >4 premises Company P.lln.ul.filed aaralnat -
; Nancy Ellen Arnold. hi. wife. Richard Qoodbeart. organised and existing un- To all parties' claiming; Interest un Involved- Ibis sjoit ad ee to which 'the office of the Clerk of the
C W. Arnold and Enoch Grundeen. law of Florida.' der: relief I* :: ) sell, said I 'a sad f.rOeoeolacods-
Nancy Kllen Arnold his wife. J. M. Grundeen Joseph H. Palst. Ann Elisabeth Katie Albert.' deceased. property, llot. being that Crollt'Cr. ., the ascend
;t \ Theodore F. Booth and Frederick Gates and 0. A. Pctteway and Theodore F. Booth, deceaeed. herelnabove . dar of June. Cn.r"l! ." and that
, Ellen F. Booth his wife. Emily E. Gates, his wife., Louise V. Petteway. his wlf. Rllphalet Noyee Badger deceased and to all .. Interests this order be published In aUsslmmeo'
,.' Helen E. Booth. Anna M. B. Gerlaeh. H. H Petteway. Ellphalet N.h.r'd':1.ecL In the property .. which .U.f. Is Valley Oasette. a newspaper
.,. e Hellen B. Booth. Mahlon Oove. G. A. Petteway aa surviving partnerof James R. sought which property le hereieabove. ed in Oscests County'Florida. I:
, Grace E. Baldwin andEdward Mary B. Gordon and the firm of Z. W. Pctteway and Hamilton Dlsston. deceased. described.. week .. for four .ooos..stjve ; :
A. Baldwin her husband. John F. Gordon, her ".band. Company.Q. .' Mary S. Field deceaeed.Mary ,OREO: prior to the appearance day .
Buffalo Hardwood Lumber Company M. .K. Gordon and A. Pettlway a. surviving partnerof Covlnglon Field, deceased.. Peninsular Naval C..n named. :-- I--- ..'. 1:' '
a corporation organised and 51st.o John F. Gordon her husband. the Arm of Z. W.. PrtUwey, and Orrin Joshua Hale, deceased. a corporation. Having .led ) my hand and the sea4 .of
Ins; under the laws of th. State of Mary B. pordon and I Company. L, Horn deceased. Court It. __ Mil of complaint In WITNE Second day of June,.
New York. J. F. Gordon her husband. O. A. Pettlway and L. Home. deceased. which It State* that It believe that D. 100. at .Klaelmrnee. tin the *A
'," Buffalo Hardwood Lumber Company M. E. Gordon and Louise V. Pettlway.. hi. wlf. F. Horn deceased there Is a pereoej end I or that there and. County.aforesaid. .. .
a corporation.B. J. F. Gordon her husband. H. )L- H.Pettlway. Joseph Havls. deceased. are persons Interested.. In the property ..I. OVKRBTttBBT..*' '
W. Blount and J. Herbert Green. G. A. Petteway, a.d'n:007't Christ Kennel deceaaed. Involved Int..... colt suM herelnabove (81A Clerk CIrcuit, our$ .
Annie ,Blount his wife. J. E. Hlnson. C. B. MoRae and For L. surviving partners of the Christian Kaenel. deceased. described whose nams and I or names Ooceola County, % .
Frank Q. Brown and rest Investment Company a corporation :. W.. Petteway and Com Christian KoeneL deceased. are unknown to It .having prayed FLEMING FLEMING: Florida
Ida B. Brown. his wife. organised and existing under pany. Mary L. Peek deceaaed. for relief agatnat .. ... per F. P. 4. ...y''
3 s Frank Q. Brown Trustee. the laws of the State of GeorBla. G. A. Petteway as Executor and Zadok W. Petteway, deceased. aorta,'and I or parties .seel -having de .' HA"'LTNk.

Lij 8, H. Bullock and co-partners trading ... J. EX Trustee under the last will and Zsdok Mi' Pettlway, deceased. manded from the Clerk of 'this Court > .. . Complinant, Ilft.NOTICSJADSIIWrsTHATOR .
t Edith C. Bullock hi. wife. end Company. testament of Zadok W. Petteway. Z. W. Petteway deceased. the making of en oid 'r requiring --
. Henry C. Butcher andEII.n J E Hlnson 'and Forest Investment O. A. Petteway as Executor and Z. W. Peetlway deceased. such persons to appear to said bill on
Pace Butcher his wife. .. Company a corporation organized Trustee under the last will amd Zadock W. Petteway. deceased. a rule day not lee* than twelv* weeks FINAL roB:
'.q & L. Begert. and existing. under the laws of the testament of Zadock W. Pettewav. Anthony H. Selpt. deceased. from., the making; of the order. O..CH.AROE
.. 8 I... BelBert.Silvan State of Georgia, co-partners tradlng O. A. Pettlway as Executor and William J. Walker deceased IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED In foart ttat
L. Be.je.rt.Silvan >aa J. E. Hlnson and Company. Trustee under the last will and or otherwise. In those parcels or tractsof each and every. ..._above e. o Coeinry. Judge
. L. Uergert. J. E Hlnson and Forrest Investment testament of Zadok W. Petteway. land In the County of Osceola and famO d..t.. la th Ce.sty.
Francis M. Beebe, Company a corporation organized J. H. Pryor and Forest Investment Stat of Florida known and described Int.r. In the -.Plfed. I r.. 0.E... 1%

It Edward N. Badger and.Maria and existing under the laws of theBt.t. Company, a corporation organisedand aa follows: ere. hereby required .
.I. Louise badger. his wife. of Georgia, co-partjiers tradIng existing under the laws of the \VVk> of Section .. to app.r herein to the com IB HEREBY
1:3: .A John Loomis Badger. as J. E. Hlnaon and Company. State of Georgia>> co-partners tradIng NEW of the NKV4 : 84 of the NEUI plalnant's bil of complaint herein NOIC. GIVEN, to all
: Oertrude Hadger.Sarah Henry D. Hyde. aa J. H. Pryor and Company. NW4. _WU of the 8W".- :- NE -&- of the duly filed tl nl day In Septem Uth day of oncr. .. that on tho
. F., Tenny and Henry D. Hyde and t. If. Prior .., -- - Honorable
./ ; Biawara t- i-enny her nusoana. Frank O' Brown. doing; business as Company a corporation organisedand E ; EH of the SWV 'of Section 4. day In said month. phy. .Judge of :
said Court
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Daniel Wct. of the 8\VV ; SBK: of Section (. I And It Is further aa '
?\; Bills Bragdon. Purchasing committee, existing under the laws of the .that this of Probate, for final :
. Ct Daniel Ellis Brodon.'L Ellen Hsnbury. State of Georgia, co-partners tradIng NW% of theNEU : NE 4 of the NW% order be published Valley Administrator of my the discharge
I George W. Blddall and Robert William Hanbury and as J. H. Prior and Company. E% of the 8\V 4 ; NEK. of the BE<4 of I' Oasette, a newepaperepnbllahed In estate of .
/ Elxlva' A. BiddelL his .wife Ellen Hanbury, his wife. J. H. Pryor and Section *. Osceola County, week E..two et.a.f. and that at .
. 'I''" Charles O Bennett R. W, Hanbury and Margaret Wilson Pryor his wife. EH of the NEtS of the NWKEH; of for twelve t said Rule count Administrator my of final ac-1 -
.: Charles Qodolphtn Bennett. Ellen Hanbury ills wife. J.. H. Prior and '. the WH of the NEK of NWHi; BH of .Day In September. for their e*-
. ,I, C. G Bennett Robert William Hanbefry. Margaret Wilson rriGr. his wife. the 8W44 of the NWK: NB% of the Witness my hand sued the seal of tatatdM- 11th, A.. D.approval..
t. Helen Charlotte Bennett. Everett F. Hall and R. H. Richards. 8WV4 : V. % of the EH of the *W... of said Court this second day of June A. H. 100.

I Helen C. Bennett Emma L. Hall his, wife.. . Cparles>> H. Reynolds and the SWK. ; WH of the NWK of the D. 180. Klseimseeei .. the State. tl-lt I DROUOHT.' ,
William Henry Bennett. James I... Hayden. Mary A. Reynold SWK : $ .. of the SWK" of Section 1. and county aforiiatdJ.L. .dlnl.tratO.
W. H. Bennett Samuel T. Heebner and W. H. Reynolds. NW% of the NWK of Section t. f
I Cyril F. Bennett. Rebecca H. Heebner. his Wife. Frank Roeder and EH of Section .. SEAL. . ) Clerk OVRItE. NOTICE or APmCATIOIf. FOR TAX
. L. W. Bennett. Samuel T. Hubner and ". Clara Roeder. his wife. Ng14, of the NBK <>' the NBK ; SWt4, Oeevola OennO.-Florida.. DKD. ..
, L. B Besienger and Rebecca H. Hubner his wife.' Frank Holder and of the NWK of the NEW ; W% of the FLEMING KLEMINO. -
' Alice A. Beisenger. hi. wife. J. H. Halley. . Clara' Rolder, his wife. SWK of the NEK ; BH of the NEIL of F. P. HAMILTON NOTICE IB HBRBBT .GIVEN Tat H.,
, L. B. Bellinger and J. H. Halley doing business. a* J. HHallev M. C. Rerdell the NWK : EH of the NWK of the Solicitors.' for Complainants.In . I... Warren purchaser of .. 7.
Alice A. Bellinger, his wife. and Company. Robert H. Ramsey and Kruriz'. : fllvu *>f th.. 'Mivu- : of the 11-.t. cate No 1414. dated the .rd day-of-
L B Bessenger and Forest Investment C. c. Haskel. Margaret 8. Ramsey his wife. NW% : .NH of the. 8\VK of the NWI4f --- Juno D. ISIS. ha. ftle sald.eertln-, .-
C Company a corporation or. C. c. Ha.kell and Robert H Ramsey as 'rusiee. SBK of the SWK of the NWK ; nw % cate Intoy office, .. made '1
ganised\ and existing under the laws Annie W. Haikell. his wife. Edward James Reed and of the NBK of the 8WK : SH of the (Clrenl ('ens's elf plication for1 tax deed toissu. In ...
. of the State of Georgia, co-partnera Clement C. Haskell and Rosetta Reed his wife. NEtS of the SWKi; EH of the NWK .evrnteenthceeln cordanoe with law. Said certiflcateembraces '
. 1. trading aa Besaenger and Company. Annie W. HaskelL his wife. Robert Sherwood. of the SWK. WH of the NWK of the Ceonty.Ethel In c... _,. the following described
. I... B. Besalnger and Forest Investment I... Home and Bertha B. Skinner and 8WK: SWK of the SWK : WH of the property .Ua.ta In' OJ County
... Company. a corporation or- Maude. A. Horn., his wife. William 8 Skinner her husband. NEK of the SBK : NWK of the SEK : nnrtnev R,4d Cias.. . Florid.tG-wlt Lt. ; I and .
b W" ftanlsfd and existing und.r;, the lairs I... Horn and Robert R Sixer. NH of the SWK of the SBK; BElt of Harold MeM. .. Cloud. Florida..
r of the State of Georgia co-partnera Maude A. Horn his wife. Robert K- Riser' aa surviving partner the SWK of'. the SEK: WH of the The said land beingaesessed at the -
4, trading as Bessenger and Company. F. Horn and of Robert R. Slser and Company. SBK of the BE Ii of Section 10. It appearing by .tYt appended date of Issuance of said certificate In _ _
.t. L B. Brsaenger and Forest Investment Maude A. Horn his wife. J. 8 Smith. NH of the NWK of the NWK i SEK of to th. bill filed In -.tat.. the name of E. H Jenneson.. Unless. ,
;$, or L. HournJ ... Edward C. Stuart and the NWK of theNWttEoftheE4of i cause that the rc of Harold said certificate . be redeemed ac*
..dcoasa:: [i.trng:. :'do-I the laws B: Hlnson ahd Margaret E. Stuart his wife. the 8WK ot the NWK; SWK of R..ld the . u. named Is cording to law tax dead wilt 'Issuoi
.I of the State of Georgia co-partnera Lilly I Hlnson, his wife. E. C. Stuart and the SWK of Section 11. and that. .. the age thereon on the Sib 'day of July 4 iy
.p trading aa I... B. Beasenger and Com' J. EL Hlnson, C. E McRae; and Forest Margaret B. Stuart hi. wife. NH of the 8WK: BH of the Erf of the of twenty-one I I* therefore 1020. _ _
,.i psny Investment Company. a corporation George T. Blnffeltary and SWK of the SWK : SWK of the SWK ord.re that the said defendant be (CIRCUIT CuT.8RAL>. f&,
L B Bellinger and Forest Investment organised and existing under the Eva L Slngeltary. his wife. of the SWK: SEK. of the SWK ol Is hereby reejsilred te appear OVBRSTRBBT. _
J Company, a corporation organised laws of the State of Georgia copartners George T. Slnirletary and Section 14. to the bill of._pl.t Sled In said C.rk' Circuit.Court. Osoeola County
- and existing under the laws of the trading as J. B. Hlnaon Eva L. 'Slngletary. his wit,. NEK ; NH of the NWK : EH of the cause on. or bef _the 1th Florid Sl-ft..
State of Georgia co-partners trading and Company. O. O. Sexton and 8WK of the NWK ; SEK.O the NWK : day of July. A D I'z .r. the I
as L. B. Besslnger and Com James W. Hughea, Wlllella Sexton his wife. NH of the SWK: EH of the BWK of allegations of said or roit
I pany. Orrin Joshua Hale and The South Company. the 8WK: NEK of the SEt of the as confessed by nM der.ndiat. lOIC A.r..AT.O. ,.TAX -3-
I a F. X. Barada Mary R. Hale his wife. a r.rldrgn."I"d;: and exist swig: NH, of the SEt SEK of the I I I. further or"L this or* PEIP .

, Francis X. Barada. George Fred Holme ing under the laws o* the State of SEK of Section IB.BH bo for NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN 'That '
Andrew 8. Barada and tArldne Barada. Charles Humboldt.; Florida. of the NBK of th* NBK : NW% of Eight consecutive. week in the KIs. P. Beaver, of Tex,Certi' '
his wife.* ..' Joseph Havls.. South Florida Railroad Company a the NE% : 8BK of the SEK of the slmmee Valley Gaaetto. a newspaper _H lOTt purch. Sod -
.. Andrew s.. Barada and Ariadne Ba Clinton A. Haley. corporation organised and .existing NEK : KH. of the.! SBK Of Section It. published In said County and State. July. No. IMT, rada. his wlf,. .. Clinton A. Halley. under the laws of Florida. N% of..the NEK SWK of the NE% ; I This 14th day of AprlC 1P. irate In D offlo*. fl. certU r
A. s! Barada and Ariadne; Barada, hi. J. J. Harris. ?: ,i,' ' Harry F. Smith and ... NH of the NWK SBK of the NWKi i (CIRCUIT CURT 8KAt.) plication for tax ba..made. In a.I .
wife. J.; P.: Hughey and ;' ,:. Flora G. Smith. his wife. BH of tbe-SWKt SWK of the SBK U f 'OYEJ1STR BET. eordane with ..\ Said certificate
r. X. BarodaA Susan Hughey, his wife. '. :J. Mack Smith., cSvctlOD. X** ' : *. I tO-lt Clerk Orcsilt Co.r embrace the following .
.. described
. ; .Francis X. Baroda- James H.. Hughey and -, .. Charles H. Scott and W%; WH '. f'theSBK! :- 'NH or the .- ;
Andrew 8. Baroda and Arldne Baro- Susan Hujthey. his wife. Josephine Barnett 8oott.>'"hi*"'wlfe. SWK of the 8KKJ" SBK:of>> the SWK 'JIIO.CI OB-KUC-riOB.. Kopertyaltuated. II 0' ,County.
da. his wife. James P. Hughey and' Charles H. Scott and r of the MEt SBK of the. SBK Of Sec I Lot 14 In Block ttl of St. Cloud. _
, ,, Andrew S. Baroda and Ariadne Ba- Susan Hughey his wife. Josephine Bennet Scott, his wife. lion ,It.- c In ompl.nc with Chanter 44Tt. The'said land being
j .. .% rods "hla wife. John Jackson and Charles H.''Scott and NWKf the oN&8W: % Of the Laws .I***. BoSJee la here date* of Issuance ef a..d at.the la _ _
3' A. 8 Baroda and .ArIadne. Baroda his Susan T. Jackson his wife. Josephine Bennett Scott his wife. 11Wl 'tI SB% !ofjthe. BW. K' of Section by given that oltrtlsa will be the name of B. F. Bishop Unless
', Ethel Jones and Anthony H. Selpt and at Kenansvllle and Lake***. said certIficate shall be . _
..:Jorf.N.: Brad oha."... W. N. Jones her huiband. Mary W. Selpt. his wife. WH of the E% of the '8W% of the County la Bp-srlsl Tax : cording to law. 'tax deed redeemed will, Issue" ,
(). Andrew S. Barda and Ariadne Barda Edward V. JacxsonWlllard Manllus D. Selpt.Manlllua NEK : 'WH ot-tfae-WH of the SBK of District arlt. Tveaaay. July thereon on the (th day of July.1!A.. _
his wife. F. Keeney andMargaret D. Seipt.Manlllua < the NEK;" KH of the SEK of the A. D. determ D.
, AB. Barda and' Arl..dn" Barda. his I M. Keeney his wife. D. Selpt, Executor and NBK, : EH of.theJ EVA of the NWK ining who shall **._ trus (SEAL) J. OVBRSTRBBT.1
wife.i George W. Klernlff. Emma J. 8. Wolfe. Executrix of the EH of the SWK of the NWKI BEK tees of said etl.trlc far the two year Clerk Circuit Co L.
Roger W. Butterfleld and Lenora I, Christ Kennel. last will and -testament of Anthony of the NWK : WH of the NBK! of the n'ext after ol- to flx the 01 County.'I
Butterfleld, hi. wife. Christian Kaenel.Chrlltlan H. Belpt. deceased. SWKi: BH of the W% of the SWK: number of ocheol tax Jl-lt By & BULLOCK.,
Alfred R. Cox. KoeneL Thomas L. Sprague and BE% of the SWK ; "?H of the w% of to be levied and collected annually or 'C
Daniel. O. Clark and Hattis.W. Clark. Henry John Broughton Kendall. Harriett 8.8n'Sr..u.: his wife., the NBK of the 8EK; 8EK of theof for the said two _
his wife. HenryJohn': Broughton Kendall as Isabella F. NI.f: Ih. AI:IL IQU, "r .b.. I.UL. nr" The following are. aae-eaated to act KOTICTBPlgCHAMOB.FOR lnJ.AL'p. -t
it 9' ., D. Olin Clark and Hattie W. Clark Trustee of the Florida Land and George J. Simon. the -Nw.- r'th..88W'' the at_said election:_ ..
r HI. wlf. Mortgage Company Ltd.. a corpora- Emma Sh"bbea". tb SE Section 2. tienansviuei, F.r. ', .
Hugh W. Cafley and Alabama (jareey, tlnn. J. 8 SmUh.M NIf,liOf"the FW4 Jtv of the tic, J. B. Bm.r...- I n. (a the roar of Coaaty ".***.,State c.

his wife. < Naomi Kirkwood and H. T. Bmlth-Dorrlen. of the NWI4I I E", 01 the W'rio of"The I Phillips eark j I la .11o CJoaaty. _ _
Hugh W. Coffey and Alabama Coffee, 8. R. Kirkwood her husband. Henry 'T. Smlth-Dorrlen. .Ki. NWK" of the NWK" of the D Owe*. P. M. Kdrls. .11. a ..Oliver.. I
f his wlf*. Naoma Kirkwood and Tampa and Jacksonville Railway 8WIi SWiG of the SWK of the SWK, C. H. 'Padgett. In.po GL Miller, .. .. -
H. W Caffey and Alabama Caffey hi. 8 R Kirkwood, her husband. Company. a corporation organisedand of Section II. Clerk. C NOTICE IB HEREBT r' I.
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F wife.. N. J. Kirk woo* and existing under the law of NBK of the NWK of the NWKt. 8S Done by order of, the Heard .f Pub It GJl to all'whom .
Carter and Weeks Company a corporation 8. R. Klrkwood. her husband. Florida. of the' NWK of the NWKI EH of -the lie Instruction In and for County 14th day :may of concern. the _
J. A,. Kirkwood.. Amelia Tyler. BH of She of of tbl June. A. D. IttO.-I shall .
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organised and existing under 8WK the NWKi: 8BK Oceol. 2Znd day May A. apply to the Honorable ,
the laws of the State of Florida. Helen L. Mcl. KimbalL Edward; 'R. TranTord and of the NWKi KW% of the SBK: of D. Judg of T. M..Murphy.
Jt, W. Crosby and Ida Crosbyhis wife. J. Sanford Logsdon. Anna M. '.Trafford. his wife. Section S*. 110.W'C; & Chairman. bate,' for said CGur a.. Judge. of Pro
Thomas W.? Leavy. B.! R. Trafford and SBK of the NEK of theNHKfWKofthe my .. as
W"Cro.by and K W. Blount. copartners Thomas W. Leary and Anna M. TralTord. hi. wife. SWK of the NEK! W% of the B; % c. TOWELI.. "cutor.r. deceaaed.of the stats* of Nannie.Q. Oil*
ID trading as J. W. Crosby JOIrL. P. Leary, .his -wife. Edward., R. Trafford and bf the 8WK of the Nm", ; 8m" of the Superintendent and secretary time I will and that'at the -..m.' _ _
nnd Company. Lelltch., A. M. Trafford. his wife. NEK\ ;'! NW% NWK of the NEK of the B.r of Public laatrwcUoa l.t a* Executor present m,final account.
Wilmot A. Carrlngton. Leonida. Moreau Lawson. A. M. Thrasher. HWK : 8H of the NBK of the SWK! of.. aid .tat< tOItb.i...
Frank Clrskl. Leonldas Morean ,Lawion. John A. Arscott TIckslL BH of the WH of the 8Wlii.SW% of NOTICE : '
.Joshua C. Chase. and Mary J. Chase Leonldas Moreau Lawson as Trustee Frank Vans Agnew. .. tile NWK-" of the SWKi; NH. of the or.I.. .Pated L.pil ZOtk A. D. IttO. \\ __
hi. wife.Joshua . of The Florida Land and Mortgage Barton Vanderburgh. NEK, of the BR HI SWK'of the NBK In compliance- I'-tt. MCDONALD. v.OLIR _
G. Chase land Mary J. Chase Company. Ltd.. a corporation. Barton Vandenburgn. of the SBK ; WH of the NWK of the Laws of "'Iorld.150*. Cpe.-n. 5' _ _
his .rlfe.rjosua Leonldas. Morean Lawson 0.. Trusteeof Thorns H. Wilson. itE% : NWK of the SBK of the SBK I by given eJeetlem will be held "

C. Chase and The P'loridaL.nd and Mortgage. Thomas B. Wlllson. BH of the SEK of the SBK of Section at Center Park. Oaceota Oeonty. Flor NOTTCB ,rOB rtTjH.ICA.TIOH.neaartaeeBt .. '_ _ _
Mary :J. Ch.... his wife. Company. Ltd.. ,a corporation. J. M. Will-on. Jr.. and ida. In Special Tax School IMetrict '
Sydney O. Chase and Jan Anne Langerhulsen.., Minnie M. Wlllson. his wife.. L14 ef the NE%: Ei of the SEK; 1. on Tuesday.- July lab. A. D. No. of the Interior.:.CV"it Ie41.
Laura'D. Chase his Wife. J. Sanford Logeden. 0 Thomas Emmet \Villeon. WH of the SWK of the SBK W" H of for the purpose- of etermlalnaT who Office at 4MI.lls.Pls.e.l1ay9s2e.. ,
Byney 0 Chase and Jan Anne Langerhulsen as Trustee Llssl Ann Wlllson. the BK> of the SWK of the 8KH of hall serve as school trmet.ee of said '
'. Laura D. Ch.... his wife. The 'Florida. Land and Mortgage Pelrs Eliot Wsrburton.and Section 2$. district for, the two year* next after JOC I.hereby riven that Harry
Randall Chase. Company Ltd" a corporation. Winifred A. Warburton. his wife. W% of the NWK ; SEK of -tha 'VI the election and to a. the Bomber of Lu.-hm.n.Flawho _
Hamilton Dlsston and Elisabeth B. I Ermlna M. McKInney.. Pier DfiI-;: and NWK, of the SWK! WH of the BElt mill of district school tax ,. lev- on April 14.' .. Honteetea4, ,-
4' Mr i. B. McKlnn.,. A. Warburton.. hi* wife. of Section 3.. . led and aaamUly for b said EntryNo. .vlllv* for NE% of BWK.'
t I Charles onDOar.lf":: Louisa McComsey and Pier Eliot Warburton. HEM: "M> o' the NWK: SRK: of the two ,...ool.ct. Section .... Township 14 8, Rang ,.
Charles 'H. Dow William McComsey, her husband. Emma I. 8. Wolf and NWKI EH of the SWK; WH of the The 'folowln.; are appointed to B,, T.llah.Meridian, baa filed I, _
Charles N. Dow. :Jesse O. McLaln.Jesse Samuel. Wolfe, her husband. BElt: Of Section 10. at : &tie* Int.ntG" t make Commuta
.JO.. R Elliworth and Baltic A. Ells. 0. McCIaln.: Emma 8. Wolf and!f'' All of Section *1. John C. Partln. W. Mmmona. J. lion t obU.1 claim to .ta
worth. bis wife Samuel C., McCormlck.J. Samuel B. Wolfe Tier hueband.Eprlam NEIl of the NBK : BH! of the EH' of M. Inspector; n EL Partln. land above before
Tb. Ellsworth Trust Company a corporatloi . Albert Merrett. William-. 1jWalkersnd: the NeVK" of the NEVjj iSWii' of-the cl Sharp L Circuit' Court, at Klaslmme*. F1W ,*. .
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V. 'co ) organised and existing under James (). Merrett and Mary L Walker; hii wife. NWK of-the NBK BW% of tne 7'E4. : Don by order of the Heard of Public the l$th day of Jsne Itlv. "
3 the laws of the State of Iowa. Sara A. Merrett., his wife Charles. ,D. Walker. BH! of the WH of the SElf .)f the In.trotlo. la and for the County Clal..' names.s .. L _
Cha.
% R. H. Ed wards'and Bessie M. Bd- :I. Albert Merrltt. D. Walker, ._ NBK, : BH .L the..SBK of' the ,NRK ; of ocoola. of thla IJnd Gaualng, ef Loa..h. .
'. .wards bis wife. lames 0. Merrltt and 'wood. NKK oc inc nw 4t ?* o me 4 day F T. Frank Arae*. of L.loman. !. .
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J.',C. Edward and ,Rosa" .Edwards Ida Sara A. Merritt. his. wife. Eohrlant. .Wood.' NH of the SWK f'tT..* BBK3 P oi i M"Y' cDr Itsa- B A.' Patten of. .J..m.n. Fla. ______
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1 James O. MorrilL Epnraim Wood..t McNorton. .. '
wife. the 8WK of ,theEltW',4oftheMS'! Attest .'J'N Fla.
.. "J.. B. Edward and Rosa Edwards<< his Maria C. Murphy. I B.AiatnaA.M. Willis.' \ ?. of the SEltI BEK 'of the SBK Of 'the C. B1 TWE Is-st .,I. ;BOB.W.DAv.' f'aTh '
'wlf. \ Jessie Cloud Murphy. Wylly.. BElt! of Section U. County nnd r. .. _____
.WR.. Ho dward. J.' O. Edwards and.J. G. A. McLeod and. 'David c. C. Wlldman.' WH of the NBK of .the NBK ; NW i Board of Public laatractlem. $- ____
"-. j 'R Smith' co-partners trading as Florence. McLeod. his wife L.-Way.. of the NBK: W"of the 8E 1 of tl.e : 'mUerf
,,. Edwards Smith and Company. Susannah Miller and. David: Whltaker.L."Way.. Tra.t'4C.I. !.' NBK : BElt: of the BB" of the NSIj'SWlt : NOTICE or. *AFirurjaTi rom / by a bilious ae deprnlont:
Samuel Miller her husband. .I TAX
Martin L. Edwards v of the SWKi W.4 of the E% ,
.Empire. Land Company, a corporation Frederick W. Mitchell and W.' ADna I. Btlllwell, M. and the NWK of the BBKl I WH of the. DI tlon o th rtcm can b oulcklr n.\ _
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Caroline C. Mitchell. Btlllwell. his wife NWK of of II -
organised ajid existing under the the SBK Section ; HEREBT H rbln
lawa of the State of New .Jersey. Frederick W, Mitchell 'and Tampa Hardware Company a.corpora WH of t".NEIi of the NEK : NW'4 f-NOICE- and Lila OI That, mon,ae I pariflet ,
''nmplre Land Company, a corporation. Caroline G. Mitchell, his wife, tion organised and existing?, under of the NEK : NEK of the SWK of the hi* wlf*, purchaser of Fax Certificate a inYratL Pe
under
the
:Franklin Joseph Marousek.Charles \ laws of Florida. NBK 8H of the SWK of the NBK'WH 60eu Sold b
P. :ysr. B. .... Harmon No. lit. dated) the *rd day of ,Rbrn Phq !
P. Franklin Eyer. Meske. business. .. and Company, doing "f the SBK of the NBKlBRK:; of June.-A. D. Itll. baa nald certificate .
.t The Florida Land and 'MortgageS Simon G. Miller.C. Bagley and B. F. Harmon. the SEK of the NBK j NH of the NE' In my offlce. and .made application t .
S Company. Ltd. a corporation organised Edward Mack. J, W. Canaon Wlllett,and of the N'V"BWIi.: .' the NElt of tie for tax .. sane In accordance 3
Samuel J. Mills and NWK : NH of the BElt of the NW .
and existing under the law % ; with Bald certificate
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of Great Britain. Eva G. Hulls his wife of M. Tomllnsoru as Administrators I SWK of the SEK of the NWK ; NH embraces the following described R. H. LINDSAY
.j Florida Fruit and Truck Lands' Com- John B. Minlck. teased.the estate* of John E. Cole, de- of the NE% of the SWK : SWK of thNEK property, la County
b rTpany;; a corporation organized and Charles Townshend Murdock. B.F. of the SWK ; NEK of the Nm' 'lorlda. .Itu.te 0
,. "' iVsls+Ing under the law of the State Charles Townshend Murdock aa True- Herman.trading and ; a* 'B; F. Harman of the SEK.NWK of the BElts NWI Lot 10 Block N. W. Foleom's _
tee of The Florida Land and Mortgage Company. of the SWK of li I
of Georgia. The the SBK of Section Subdivision of S* and 41. of the
American _
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Company. Ltd., a corporation. National Bank of NEK of the NE", Ll EC
8. R: Fields. Cordele : WH> of the BH" of Seminole Land Investment Corn-
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Fields Realty Company, a coi'poratlon"organised Charlee Townsend Mnrdook. United States a corporation under the the NWK of the NEK : 8WK-Of th'NWK pany's Sub-division of Section 11. .. BATTERY
and existing' under the Charles 'Townsend Murdock as Trustee Burater. Banking 'Law*. Gt' the 4 'of the SWlt of Township 14 South Raaaw M East. CEER

laws of the State of Florida: -of The Florida Land'.nd Mortgage .County State .Bank... a- oorOraUon. '. the NBK: the BEU'of the SWK otheNBIti The said land being; .._4 .at the REPAIRING. .i
Florida Southern Railway Company Company Ltd. a corporation. South Port : the BElt of the NBK of the date of Issuance ef said cvrtlncate In ,
I a corporation organ med *n I Ing u/ider the laws of Florida. Charles Townahend Murdoch as True- It appearing: 'from' the. bill 8W%; EH *C the WH of the BWK certificate shall be .. I..d OVUC''or ,-*
Florida Land ,and Mortgage Company tee of the Florida Land and Mortgage of complaint of the sworn NBC of the SEltotth.SWIItBI4: of to- law tax deed will losns t c- _
t Limited a corporation. ? f Company. Ltd.. M corporation.' in duly- filed, that It complainant la here the WH of the SEK: of the .BWK ; BH the *th lay of July, A. IX- 1. : il.II .
believed .
PmJPoreat Investment, Company a corf Alexander .JCrum MacLas.' I complainant .that by tli. of the BH of the BWK" .f the .BBK: CIRCUIT .BALe. .
poratlon organised and existing ua- Alexander Cram HacLa a. Trustee ,I the defendants each and every of SWK of.fh. .SWK. of the BElt> BU CURT AVENUE :'..
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xderhe, 'law' *t.if of Georgia.* of ,Tbe\ Florida',Land and,Mortgagee( I idents, of ..a. State above...r.named Country are..other res of NBd' the of.the 8BK.-NWKNEK tof Section, tl.ot.th. *.....'-WIts Clerk Florida.Circuit- I',OYII..0 Cnt"t, -I ''o' .?' SAT 'f5N4it,.t. \ ',. .i ,:... _


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.OH. ,,:DEAR! HT BAGS! County Court Will iSC

:>Merdfnl Heaircna, bow my bade ConveneMonday
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over-abund-1 Judge 'T. M. convene cEXCHaNO

aDCe of theypleott ] county court next Monday, .
ti? The'extra, number of cases dock.
called eted will probably cause a longersession .
.r1C.i.acid.! than usual.
'The kidneys Criminal cases are as follows

d are not able State vs. Fred M., Bass,. assault Ideals That Became AccomplishmentsRecord
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: to uchridmn- and battery. '.
State Ed. Roberts
it. / vs. < aggravated/ '

can dltloos readilYe.etcome yon! ' assault.State Vs. Joe Tracy, 'carrying concealed . of Florida Citrus Exchange
"
\ weapons., .
.. '
.
''and proloruz .',, State vs. Joe ''Tracy assault and .' ,
battery; two cases
llfebyUkinjr State *vs.' Robert Montsdoca assault . 'Ten in the formative the Florida Citrus Exchange was but the .
-Anuric"' ( ana-arie-add). TbU and battery. years ago stage, 's

a'' can be obtained at almost any<)rutf State ..... Robert Montsdoca' carry- organized expression of the high ideals of the founder.,

(, J tore. In tablet form. state ed. weapons. .' . Crown strong through success, today the Florida-Citrus Exchange is a notable .
Hardy Smith assault
vs. ,
._ When your kidneys get sluggish State vs. Ernest.. Williams, aggravated :. example of ideals that have become accomplishments.The .
and clog Buffer from back
,
yon
.
a '' .ache,. alck-headache, dizzy spells, State assault.VS. Robert, Montsdoca, secretly . ideal. of the men who conceived and established the Florida. Citrus -Exchange -'

ki or twinge and pain of lumbago, carrying pistol. [:,' have placed the citpit industry of Florida upon the sound foundation that

'{, y .rheumatism or coot; or deep la State vs. J. M. Rouse, doing business .;"L"F insures> permanent, prosperity.'
# without a license. .
disturbed two or three times a
'eight,'get Dr. Pteree'si Anurlc, Itwffl compel State child V'. Lee to attend Sylvester school.failure to f In work for the benefit of members and for the good of the industry the .

put new life Into your kidney. I State vs., Gill Thomas,. dealing in 'r.} Florida Citrus Exchange has to its credit many noteworthy achievements chief e

s ";and)'OUttire ayatein. Send Dr. liquors. among which may be mentioned: 4
x 1 Fierce' Invalids Hotel ,Buffalo I State vs. Charley Breaker, possessing nrr .. .

N.y..ten Dents for trial package.: unlawful amount of intoxicating ".
41 liquor.. '. I Adoption of standard grading and when where, to whom and for how T
y. Avnu, GA. -* 1'01' snaar yean State .,.... Don L. Seaver, unlawful : packing/ method.;' much their fruit was sold.
t Gave bens doing mach heavy work' possession of deadly weapons. '
end offering from kidney trouble State -vs. John, Malone, possessing Demonstration of the ability of Maintaining/ an' efficient claims and '
: nay unlawful amount of intoxicating li organised to
growers profitably mar traffic-department which has saved
,
, jsamsJ altsoet_unbearable times. X'fcad quor., .
ket their fruit
tried| many kinds of assdlelr.for State vs. C. P. Carlile, having pistol ; to members hundreds of thousands ,

4 It feet la vala. Finally' X ant for e' in possession without license. _. Extension of markets forFlorida dollars in rate adjustments and by f w

tattle of Dr. Pleroe's Anorle Tables State vs. Lawrence Fields, obtaining fruits through/ increased consumer collection 6f over charges and damages ,; .

.ad since I have taken them I have money vs. fraudulently.State A. F. keeping demand and wider distribution; from carriers; '

lilt Ilk.a..womaa. I highly teeosasaand open store on FlemlnC'j. .. Securing for members higher ayeCombining the purchasing power ; :JI

, ah 'Anaric to art suBbien frosatddaey State y'. Paris Patterson, obtaining rage prices thanmarketing returned by speculative -.!

.w.--Xu. .. B. CLACK. !' money pnder promise to perform agencies for. fruit of members on fertilisers, spray materials ...

'' 9. artel. work. of like quality.Inaugurating. and grove supplies, packing
q.5v' State vs. .Will Hall obtaining
.
.-- r money under 'promise to perform and maintaining rjonse equipment, etc.; so as to effect .I

: HUNDREDS OF STEERS PLUNGE work system of accounting to growers for savings equalling the cost of selling -

;' h OtTO SEA TO WAITING SHARKS send State child vs.. to Mary school.Penollas, failure to the proceeds so as to show them fruit cooperatively. I'" ',,,

., State vs. Frank Thomas, obtaining JI>
f /
Havana, June Hundreds of fineeteers money fraudulently.State Tested and tried in every conceivableway. cured prices fully in line with market ,J '
k stampeded on board the American ,
i.w ,, steamer St. Charles outside of vs. Charles M. Breaker, being the Florida Citrus Exchange. hat conditions. l ''r.:

f' Havana, harbor Saturday afternoon, State intoxicated.S. L. unlawful . proved that it possesses ability to,,surmount The large increase in consumer. de
vs. Cooper, .i1'
,i and after creating a panic aboard the possession of wild deer. obstacles, capacity to sustain com.nd for Florida fruits, especially for' l"V;
y ahip plunged into the sea, where State J. A. unlawfulpossession operative effort which .
they became the prey of the sharks y' O'Berry, on practical lines and grapefruit made itself apparent

,; f which infest the waters off MorroCaeca. State of wild deer. flexibility to meet changing conditions. during the winter and spring showed 'f
Tom Addison .
vs. ,
trespass.State
.. conclusively the efficiency of the educational "
Except for a comparative few that vaj Dave Richardson peasealing This season, the growers who form theFlorida -
swam ashore) and now are w.nd.ringabout / intoxicating. ; liqoor. Citrus Exchange have marketed work of the co-operating growers '
State vs. Susie A. Ward, aggravated of the Florida Citrus Exchange in ad9s i
in the suburbs of this city, all assault.State twice as many oranges and grapefruitas : "
the 800 steers the St. Charles are i
on
vs. W. P. Dusenberry ,- in any preceding year-representing J:;'
.b )believed to have perished.Saajiary .
,,ti' inspected sessing unlawful amount of fntoxieating a considerably I larger I
f fleers who the percentage of the ,
liquor
r veasehpa her arrival Saturday were State 'vs. Farris Richards, possessing total crop than ever before> was handled .
.farm d when they found 130 dead
by the :
unlawful
of organization.
amount
atee>s In the bold of the ahip. To intoxicating. j

'.., -void possible danger.to the popleGf' liquor--atiteVI.. J. Addison .-. ,-- Notwithstanding unfavorable .complications
the city they ordered 0> eXftalnft
e State v.. Joe Tracy, recklessly. operating . 'as to transportation and other f
y, sb Charles to put out to sea '
and throw overboard the carcasses. motorcycleThe named factors affecting .the citrus fruit mar-,

t t -while the crew was engaged in this charged following with' motor speeding persons C.are G. Lets which prevailed throughout the

7 onerous task, the steeron, board became Gustofson Frank Piper, J. H. Wlak- season the grower members of the FLORIDA"I
down their
stampeded, broke er, B. G. Bennett, Raymond L Allen,
t, corrals and ran amuck.! Frightened ; Florida Citrus Exchange generally se- ) E
E. L. Blackman F. C. Cabell, R. H.
animals ran up and down the decks! ..
R. J. Kepler J. F. Kelley,
zt and plunged overboard where the Summer\ To obtain the service of the Florida
%
Clifford Hogg'Fred Fair, V. C. Rick- 1-
tigers of the deep were awaiting ing Season you must join in the .. :
er, L. E. Lee, M. Ritter. A. M. Watson bership, write the business V
them., Four were seen to strike the J. C. John L. Guice, manager
k prater almost simultaneously and Injn A. T. Meeker, N. S. Bieringer, Bradford j1
instant they were dragged'/ beneath Ansley, Ft A. Treble, E. T. Orange County ,
trail
the surface, only a of
L, Froine, and J. A. White. J
'p, blood telling of their fate The civil. cases aft "-- Orlando' Bank A Trust
were sent out to the St. Bank St. Cloud ORLANDO
thane. of vs Joe Tracy, \ .
and found the crew virtually t ..
? aU Assumpsit damages, $500. .
paralysed ,with .terrorFor,, a time Lupfer A Prather vs. ,.RuU Bass. I Eleven years of unequaled. success. Proven stability.\ Increasing' advantages to members. .
would
the vessel "
'
there was danger -
Arthur E. -WeltardAdd
drift .on the rocks near the harbor Donegsn vs. . ..' t
:
!. et al., Bank of Oseeola County.Assumpsit '
entrance, but it was at last brought/ -. .... .
damages $750.
.lnto port.\ It is reportedonly 60 carcasses .
have been removed from the 4
ship and-harbor authorities are find- Evidence that .pneum.tlc.Uyequlp e
bag .much difficulty in securing men peel motor trucks' have great advantages -

0 .,to .enter the; hold of the ''steamer to over those on solids-continue to .
complete the task of clearing the St. be shown in all lines of endeavor.The .

w, Charles of ,its menacing cargo. Harris Transfer and Storage \ ;!
Company of Muskogee Okla., asserts
""
Drinking water for .the live stocks that since Goodyear pneumatics : .

% ; on the)>farm i should be,, as pure as replaced! solids on their trucks ..
the In efficiency and decreased ,
i possible'f.,Stagnant water' is very gain ,/'
operation cost has been 60 per cent. r """
dangerous.for all clues of livestock, :' '; .
for .ia 'It, there is;< always some de This is accounted, for by being able .. .

I composing, organic matter and, ..fun. to because operate of in superior all kinds traction of weather, more 'BEES-.MAY BE KEPT IN FLORIDA' plants )Jn the central port, of the VEGETABLES FOR THE-SUMMER
of: various kinds. Dr. .
growths
gus ..
state, as well ,titi and GARDEN.
trips are possible because of greater SIDS.
A. L. Shealy,'veternarianState College 1 1eldequan-
speed, is reducedto I There is why bees the western sections, all ',
breakage
of :Agriculture, .say 1 that it is.very average no reason more. like '
tities of nectar.i < We would to suggest to those
minimum better 'cu.hloningof" should be in 'Florida. Thegreat j
a kept
possible In' the for, horse forage. err poisoning''j'cow from todIY.lop" '-shocks".nd' driven are satisfied number of honey produdngplants If the beekeeper wll luse only the interested in a supply of fresh vegetables I . ,.'
up-to-date hives keep only good during the summer the necessity -
because of easier riding Qualities and which are cultivated and Best '
drinking';. such ,water.'Should i there adapted to Florida climate and
and them the ( for this
stock give 'proper o preparing now pur-
less repair'' work. The Harris wild almost 1-
eom.panY'1 found growing present an
be cholera' the herd of hogs :
boll soil.
amount of care and attention the returns pqse.Eg. Prompt shipment from big
entire fleet of 14 trucks will I unlimited field for the careful! ,
the .old.tagnant'water hole is the
? from his Investment will fullyequal plant and -pepper started in stock. Send
for 1920 '
be changed from solids ,to pneumatictire progressive, up-to-date bee keeper. catalogue'.and''
first ?place visited ':by the sick bog:.
that of other. line of ..n'de.vor. according Major W. L.
equipment, as a result' of the The -yields o quality of any weekly price list.
gallberry
These places become: contaminated Floyd
The Italian bees seem'to be head of the horticultural department '
r tests. that '
honey second to proruced, I
only
a f with"thedisease germa- and .act -as ; _
1 of the Agricultural Col.
better adapted as they are stronger, /
blossom. 'The '
partridgepea .
source.., 'for. spreading-the,. disease' lat-J Weave proud of confidence doctors by ,orange the Mexican clover, cabbage/ : less;vicious and more immune to diseases .,, by cultivation and the Oldest established seed house la state)
eiu <* s tang .
w. and the public1 haven than some. of the other races. off of the fruit as it reachesthe -
druggists wild
. 1: hK',** i ; pcrub and saw palmetto, man .
otuert6 soar' 666 ChUI l Fever Tonle.-.ad.: .. 'One' must gain a.reasonable, amountof proper size, be made to bear
f
..f or "y tller;, Gaettgl t,, , 'and' grove' and many 'pther flavoring knowledge of '''the science upon throughout the summer and fall. E. A MARTIN SEED CO.

.) ,'<.,. '. .......) 1\' ;. : ," i' .,- . ) :.1 which are fctunded -the"rulel of bee'I For snap beans a desirable' variety JacksoaviDe, : : t Florida
-- The of this knowledge Is the old Kentucky Wonder. They
IIEJr"." t... A .r III.. __. t.. 'A.lit- Ii--! n.n-... ...
*. :, t iI..5.; r ... atis. .' 'a LJr 1 1i Sf those whose enthusiasm is not feet apart and a trellis made so the For the Relief of Rheumatic) Paine.
. '- ";.; ,,, .. .. . 't" .. supported by experimental k owl.dco. vines can develop sufficiency to givea When a
have
DR.JT MsRJVERS v,1 L. H.' CEDCE CEO. T. S1NCELTART desirableyield.. By keening up of you the muscles stiffness and soreness -
,! aching Joints
of the requirements' for.beekeeping cultivation and adding a little \
few. com-
:a' + '"'Pru lJra1af r.'!' 's', :: a .Co AI.r . Na.PT..idet 1 mer?!lal fertilizer from time to1' time and find It difficult to move without ;
Haveonly strong
', ;\ a-t"- y- (\: are pain try affected
:irur. { ,J, J.j : ,. .. "- colonies keep the Italian stock, learnto this cron will bear nearly all sum massaging the
.
j j.4r '''.'' \: +.-., .... '".J*: '" ",' ". f a handle them
'.t ./) 4a. .' .. i\-,. ",o'J i: .;. .\ ,, / start in on -too large a scale,, use the ed as soon as the to reach the snan rest and relieve> possible.For the pain. and, make z

... ..... -< ..:.. ',i., "- It, ' '7"J 7"- .. .,' ten-frame regulation hive; prevent stage. If allowed develop to full sleep <
.
o, .. .1.\\ ...rr. ""' . ". .\ \\ .
.
it. _. . ,.. .. t. ,', I x" 'w. L"'i' .. ..,'. ". ." swarming as ,much as, possible, and size the vine will "die. -
L." .. ,," ,Fl ;t' ,'\ .. _''\1.N"f' . 'J''''I '' '.,,," 1 ( '-, { "Ii use caution In buying .es to prevent Butter-beans may also be grown. Sale or Rent-Fine large seven
y
'. .,.' .. )tI.I"f'I,: !. "': ; '' .'r1t.r"'d", 1 " " .'." "' \ ".', 1. getting-disease'among them.: The same rule holds with them as roomed house standing'on quar
.J ", .' with the beans the ter block,One of the place: -
but' *
'. '.,.'" 0.. .:.I" "\ I ', .j 11" .' ''' .. , : I snap )' will prettiest
i I. ,I' ..' ,, } ,\ ;.. \ 1. ','' .,, .,' ." have to be allowed 'to develop in the in town. Apply Valley Gazette. tf
,, '
.'la...;. ,. '1"."""- ."ii',. '"" "II''" : \ I pod. but should be picked ,in the I
J green stage. To avoid any of the II I
; Usceola : nods being empty wood 'ashes from
: 'of'
.fBq 1 Countyy ; 7r. !I the time stove to tune.)should be scattered. from DRECO

t .. > 7L. ; 'Okraiwill/ produc4i 'pods throughout
;' 47SSIMMEE FLORIDA
'to I ; ,. I the summer if the pods are cut off

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.. Sacc..or.. t4. SEALED TINS'OM.V For greens, Swiss Chard and New w '
; iJ yOUR QXZRS ZealandSpinach grow well in most The famous root arid;j

-',' Citizen'sJank.. of Kissimmee 1 Florida soils\ during the summer E for'
months. In August and early September herbal remedy '
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sluggish' liver bflftousness
started where irrigation. can be'' sup ,
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