Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 1, 1921
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: VID01005
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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PRESIDENT ANGE_ J'' BANKER OF .ORLANDO TOURISTS. PAY'MUCH FLORIDA i f 'I



I SHOT BY WARING IN LATTER'S' BEDROOMi TO 'FLORIDA PEOPLETHROUGHOUT BOARD ,

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Said To Be Outcome of Refusal to Allow Waring to Become Official SEASONImpossible ALL

; of New Banking Proposition at Kissimmee: Many Rumors Are 1

Rife: Arrest of fcissimmee Woman on Charge of Being Accessory To Secure" Reliable. Data Treasure Chest

_ _ Before the Fact As To Number of Viiiton But Estimates Preferred

-- Are Large Rigidly

J. F Ange, president of the Bank ;
F of Orange, was shot and wounded inV ATTRACTIVE MEDLEY, How much money' is left in Florida Replying] to ; i
V the back by R. D. Waring, Orlando each season by tourists!! ? J. C. McRae ,
(Teal estate man, about eight o'clock IN SUNDAY'S PROGRAM If the answer could be reached in the plan used
{.Wednesday evening, at; the Waring --'- a definite manner there is no doubt conservation of
iorne. 13 East Amelia street. Mr. The Kissimmee Concert Band will the aggregate would reach a figure state, John II. :
(Ange was operated upon immediate- commence its ..programon Sunday much greater than is generally estimated gomery, '
flv after l being taken to the Orange 'promptly at four-thirty one-half ; yet few even take the trou- partment of
'i general Hospital and the bullet re- i! hour later than usual-and will render ble to make an estimate.The say as to the
I moved. Dr. C. D. Christ stated that the following numbers: classifications of visitors are present laws I
;liis wound was not serious, and that '] March-Old Comrades __ _.._ TeikcOverture so much at variance, and the costs both game and : I
j the patient was able to converse: i -"Golden Dragon"1 King for each differ so greatly in various "On many i
[ freely with friends after the opera- Clarinet Solo-"Sonambula".___ localities, that any estimate must be I have had the Ii.
tion. Mr. Waring was removed to ___________h u__ _Gavallinni I far from the exact figures. Without the legislature i ,
(the county jail. I A. B. Yoder soloist doubt the past season has seen more vital question i
j In his state ment: of the happenings' Selection-" >rin'e Charming"_. than a quarter of a million, two eral years ago
Ifct the home of Mr. Waring, fitr. I -------.______ __ ._ __.'King hundred and fifty thousand, visitors Florida enacted i
Ange said that he had gone' there Idyl-"The Glow Worm"__ ___Lincke'Medley from otnVr states cross the border statute for the ,
E after being repeatedly called on the -"Songs from the Old Folks" ef the state. There is II sort of tab- /game and fish, ;
rhone by Waring, who stated that, | --- ____ _ ____ _ __ _Lake ulation kept of the number coming quently repealed. I ;
j lie couldn't sleep until he had an interview Hawaiian Patrol-t-"Kilanea" Stewart into the state by'IIi I by way of "I 1 have the !,
:I; j with him. A business deal National Anthem - -- _- _____.Key Ja'k"onville-but there is a very order to really ;
tit Kissimmee, from which Waring/ (heavy volume coming into the stateLy serve the flora
L iad! been refused participation inomc Recently the Methodist Missionary rail at points other than Jack- I that the next !
," weeks ago, was the propositionhat Centenary distributed $500,000() ) to 'sonvilie, and<<1 so nany} making tliciiefltiuflce I' statute, as : I
t J he again wished to talk over the underpaid preacher* of the :Methoc'ist by automobile of which no I rFin-t: !
with Mr Ange. church, South. This was one | reckoning;: is ever kept anywherethat -- Conservation I '
i Mr Ange said' he had just completed of the practical results of the centenary only HP estimate can be secured. all of the I ]
t the interview after a linal ref campaign/ inaugurated/ two \ Very few of the \isitors remain ''tivities of the <

t. iinitl to consider Wjirimr'ft nronosals' years ago.VIEWING. less than a week-and the bulk of ment, to be adni l I
[ and had tinned toward; the: door them remain .in the state ten weeks" I Ior | ill is"ion('r of- (' ,
... when a shot came from a pistol in longer. Some remain three) or I "Second: The
the hand. of Waruig.' The l ullet] HIGHWAYS four months; and it would seem but following (h\' i
struck !Mr. Ange in the back and he a fair estimate to make! the average part ment : (a) d
.I claimed: 1 stay of the quarter million visitorsfour frame and inland ; ( )
4 "Waling, you have killed<< me!" COMMISSIONERS OF. weeks. Fully fifty thousand of sion of coastal ) ; ,
")'('1', - you. that is' what these will spend from ten dollars to I (cI( division of I
'' I intended to do," Waring replied I fifty dollars a day for their legitimate resoun es"l'hiul .
Mr' Ange turned 1 on Waring and II COUNTY TAKE CXOflSCSto say nothing of : '
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in the ,scuffle which, en ui-d managed' I TRIP. the "extras"--but it would appear I who hunts on !!
to !knock the weapon from his hands..! that to place the figures at fifteen a owns or rent. '
lie left the house then and getting County OfficaJi Look Over Eastern day for that number would not |I... |Ity of (m' ,....." .. :'
into his automobile drove hack to out of the waV-lIor bring the nccusatinn -i i county hunter's i
),i" office where the business conference -, Portion of Osceola and Make Note of "padding the rpturn -i I theiefor the ; !

which he had l.fl. ffAs still going ;i of Road Needs which} alone would], bring a total of every resident] |
V on. I more than 15000000. Figure' the I other than he / -
a "I am .shot get me t to the hos I In two automobiles county t officials rcma.mng two hundred thousand hunts outside pital.! be ordered. and newspapermen covered much I visitors at a much lower rate-and to take
It i Ralle 'd that Warinjr had b,>''n territory last Saturday--having in I t there. would IM- added almost as much licence and pay
confined to his. home for the past view an inspection, o( the, proposedroad more. Five dollars per day per person $5.00); 'r..qulI'e' > !
eight days owing to illness' and he to Holopuw] from the cross- ;j is a medium figure, it is believed traps foi, ;: I {
I was in I'd'h..n Mr. A njE'e went to state highway, and of some method although; some' of those may be lands other i
( visit him. When (Officer Fontenbery, of crossing the Jane Green swamp to I found camping and jnaking their car Ito take out a .
the first man from the police departTment afford the residents south of that and their tent their winter home at ||pay therefor the ; I ;:
., V to arrive on the scene, entered point means of ingress and ( a cost of not more than two dollars quire every I
f' room where Waring' was he Ix-aving/ the main highway 'Kre.II'1 per day per person, according to I who hunts in 1 1I
,. found him lying across the bed<\ un- two miles!,, h..foth... paved their own figures; but to be conservative I' non-resident' 1 I 1 1i
dressed. I at 1 Deer Park was reached, in the estimates call the money -I Itherefor the >; ; i
Officer FontenlK-ry states that as! fore arriving at the crossing' of the spent by the remainder of the I j iall non>residents !
he entered the room Waring's;: < handmade j railway from Mayown! to Okeecho- "medium-price visitors" only three | to take" out a i!' ; ; -
u quick motion under his pillow bee, the party followed the present dollars per day and that total would license and pay ;
where the gun with which he load in a roundabout course to Holo- rea'h twelve and one-half million 250. The ] ,
[ shot Mr Ange wan found, hut that "paw. where it was found that extensive dollars for the sl'ason--reckonin but such licenses to ; ;
S on seeing that it was an officer I: I improvements had been made thiee weeks stay for each person. the conservation i I ;
said : h"l I I at the instance of the Florida Indus- I All these figures are believed by in defraying the Story.'I/ ; ; ; 1
,. "They say I have shot some one tiial] Company, which succeeded the conservative citizens!! to be underestimates. administering I I
but I don't know how bad. If you Consolidated Land Company. Many Some newspapers assert servation laws 1
want me to go to jail I will try to I buildings' have been erected, among that visitors have left in the state "Fourth: 1 :
dress." ; which i is a fine commissary! which more than fifty millions of dollars conservation
Sheriff Jarrell, of Orange county, I will /go into use about the first of this season-and some declare those appoint game
came to' Kissimmee yesterday 'and i September' when the company pro- figures are too conservative in every (the term game |
made the arrest of Hazel Matthews I poe s to commence. business with a way. In Kissimmee there have been is becoming ) i -
tilias Hazel Joyce, at her Main street full' forcerL. many tourists-although few were provisions of '
home on a charge of being accessory M. Autrey who will have chargeof of the millionaire class; yet it is a tute ; t
before the fact in the shooting the turpentine industry of the matter of'debate if there have been There should \
affair. She was taken back to Or- company, with headquarters at Lake any here who have been able to get son'on all ;: ( ) I
)ando. and her bond was fixed at Wales, was! at that spot and pointedout along on less than three dollars and the season I!
$5000: in which sum II. C. Bryan and what work had been done by the when all is re..koned-while many should be made I I j f
'I)r. J. A. Ford of Orlando, became company in the way of clearing the will double that sum. In any .event federal i.
!, sureties; and the woman was released right-of-way' along the railway property |.it i is reasonable] to say that not less I "Many of the ; ; t
[ from custody. preparatory to grading and I'it than three dollars a day have been ,,of Florida are I t
There were several rumors about making u eable road direct to the 1, 1 left in Kissimmee by' the several 'others are I ;
'this: city throughout the afternoon, cross-state, highway. In case this hundred visitors. early :
yesterday that some man in Kissim- shall IM done the old road, which is As a whole the season has been a "Local I i
tinee also had been arrested in con- much longer will be abandoned. most successful one for not only (Continued )
nection with the same affair. Sher- From that place the inspectors j this city but for all Florida as well; : If
klff Farmer, who had been absent ,hove through a fine section of country and the best of all of it is that so !satisfied' visitors I ]
I from the city, when interviewed<\ at back to the paved road and were j favorable have been the impressions bids fair I I t
,ft late hour last evening stated thatl.no soon at Deer Park where no time obtained by those have been well- 'now drawing, to .
arrest of the sort had been made was lost. From that point the entrance --- -------- ...
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s > far as he was aware, and seemed to the Jane Green swamp was!! I I
'ccnvinced that the rumor was entire- reached and by the aid of a pair of | | i
Spy without foundation. mules] many of the party followed]] INTER-CLASS FIELD-DAY OF HIGH I I ,
be[ "road" for more than a mile ; i

:'ELEGANT EDGEWATER wagon-hodv through dense was growth.flooded At-times and this the! PROVED OF INTEREST TO j i ;

was in the "road" which has been ,
used since 18.:;!>. Watermarks on the i i ii
along the showed that I' There Was An Excellent Gallery for The Affair
cypress way i !! ;: i iI ; '
NOW THE PROPERTYOF water had frequently been forty Friday Afternoon in Struggle For Many I I I ]
inches deeper than at the present ( \
time-a fact which goes to prove '(I ]
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RESIDENT that orange growers are forced to The field-day plann..fJ.y\ the pupils of the high 'I .
:HId an extra body to their wagons; for last. Ftiday afternoon proved to be most' exciting -
) when transporting their jcrop to prevent were being carried on, and through/ the liberality of
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f New Owner Plans to Steadily Add to soaking the fruit. It is asset ted city there were many handsome and useful trophies ; !!
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0) Grove Till The Major Portion of that it costs about forty cents u box contestants.The ] '
to haul oranges through that dangerous points made by the several grades were as : ",
;.i Acreage Is of High Value place. It was! pointed out -112: points; 11th, 50 points; 10th, 44.5 points; 9th, 3;
vidual points made by the winners in the boys' ;
I that a good road could l be putthrou'h i '
One of the well-known! properties!! a few hundred feet from lock, 28; Donald] McKay, 26; John Graham, 22.0; ! ; ;
|?ln; Osceola!! county, and one that has!! By the pirls] Percie !
the present thoroughfare which Oliver 27 1-6(;; Jo Makinson, 2i( < ; ,
(.frequently been mentioned 1 as second Icy, 16
four but ; Virginia Lesley, 10.5.
would require but bridges,
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Lto none other, is known by the title -,- : -
Eof d/Xl'wat-wherl'/ some nine the expense of the large amount of The event, time distjmee, winner, '!List of boys: : of soil has fiill to bring the road above all dan- prize and donor of
hundred acres splendid the trophy inl'a.h 100-yard dash ; ;
of this
the
I for some time been held by the Ed eiater germark may bring cost' case is given below: ray Overstreet; ; 'i !
nroposition to an inordinate figure.Whether I
Farms 'ompany. About thir- List of Girls: tr Mxkinson I '
the completion of some of ]
) acres are in grove at the have 50-yard dash; 7 seconds; Jo Ma- 220-yard) dash; ;
the would
time. drainage/ propositions kinson ; pair silk' hose ; Katz Broth ald McKay; cap;
the effect of ]lowering this water was
W S. Potter, a winter resident ers. 440-yard( dash; ; '
hose home i is in I.aFavette. Indi- not stated.' 100-yard dash; 14 J seconds; Percie aId] :McKay; (' ; ;
'$na, has just completed the purchaseof The day was spent in viewing and Oliver; cake; R. S. Floyd. dashery.I I I
it seemed to l he the
and
this splendid property, and hasL.iade discussing belief, that the Low hurdles; 10.4 seconds; Elizabeth -, /Ilulfmilidash] ;
tentative for the improvement general inspection 1 Moseley silk hose
plans ; pair ; Duck secondsDonald; : ; ;
of officials -
well taken some the
was! -as worth.
and betterment of the enVtire W. E Sandorson.One
tract. To the grove already were entirely ignorant of all Standing high jump; S feet; Per mile ; ;
(:there will be made constant addi- conditions. cie Oliver; candy; M. Tiller. watch-fob;
,tions, it beinng the intention of Mr. D.Those Overstreet.making' A.the F.trip Bass was Ira E. H.L. Rinninghigh jump; 3. feet 8 Shot-put; :M5 ; ); ?
fatter to carry on the place as a inches; Elizabeth Moseley; broach; Graham; ; shirt; ( !
livestock Wetherhe, W. G. McClelland (who W. E. Sanderson.Standing .
citrus grove and proposi- Discuss; 77 ; I
joined the at Holopaw) commissioners -
tion. The new owner has engaged party broad jump; 6 feet 11.75 ham; shirt; S.
[Horace Boice as manager, and Evan ; Joe Johnston coijnty inches; Percie Oliver; basket; cut Broad jump; ;
pjones will have charge of the live- surveyor; G. W. Ashton, county road flowers; Miss Jean Caldwell. Gordon Bullock; ;
Leo II. Wilson farm I
superintendent ,
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broad
Katock. Running jump; 12 feet 4.75 Osceola
When the improvements at Edge- demonstration agent; Pat Johnston, inches; Percie Oliver
attorney for the commissioners; ; bathing cap; High jump; /5 ; !
rater have reached their apex therewill Rexall store. by Gordon ; 1 4-
Cloud and
be a huge orchard in charge of Claude Johnson of Saint ; Discuss; 51 feet 1.5 inches: Jo box candy;
laa experienced grove-man-and only a representative of The Gazette. Makinson; week's pass to Casino; Pole vault; 8 ;

fcufflcient grain and hay will be pro- Burgess West.Shotput Bullock; week's. ;
Need! to care for the livestock. Miss Lillian Harris daughter of ; 20 feet one-half inch; gess West.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harris went to Jo Makinson; toilet .water and pow- Low hurdles; ;
LTJl -violet rays are now being Winter Haven Friday afternoon to der; Central Drugstore. of coffee; :
'used to test the quality ofk visit her Miss Mattie Belle
lasting sister. Relay race; twelfth grade; box of High hurdles; ; ,
colors. i Harris, ,the balance of the week. ,candy; Roberson's Drugstore. collar; Lyles V. _

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:TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. ,APRIL, I, t921. .1

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LITTLE DAUGHTER DIES SATURDAY WAS A. GOOD DAY McFERRIN_ HEALTH CLASS '

I: : AT. SHINGLE CREEK HOME" FOR BUSY "JIM" GOODMAN .CHOOSES ITS OFFICERS FHave Your Car.

I 1 Little Alberjn IVrtYl, the olghteen-. The' "business: repotted;: 'at the jrrope.ry (Contrihiilcu')'' '" -
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r l 1i '''II. Hauknlght died; at the family lay:, List Saturday; was the Hart )llI'moriulIonday evening! f,..
hurntIt Shingly jjWk(;/ ; last Sunday niajruiltcent! /lcl'Jrdinlt'' to report full of enthusiasm and orginizedf Reliably Equipped I
.,; ;mot n/ni/ tit nine o'+ larkullttwiu/ }, made hy )nemlrers'of that firm; and LUC Vr series of meetings.!, So many
mi attack of ,colitis which )lasted but there hlllt w 'cured' to be little cessation a
have beiiefUed l the
been by n wrl'lCin'e RailroadGreat
''II f,'\\ dove, The funeral took' placeSunday in trafiic all the( days thin week. the as a
of diet-that like' days
f afternoon,' Kcv. I It lllod- luritif) ) ( the first day there were several I .STRIKEJlTi ;
I Old these member "Come '
neit officiating rind I IIrt'lrUtUIK I which lof !Hay: railroad 4chooseGouldStorage
\' speelals"| were sold ou) I and That have been"dux systems
'. tune placed in the Shingle: 'reek' completely; but t"hllI-lL have been re- fiee. graves thousands of Batteries -
the Teeth"
I' by
I': rnICtt9,),. plne l vd by jrood.svl.ich < were even TOASTED"CIGARETTE for
/ years, even those w have hud the vital sig-
-- to operate
; then enriute--and thoflt' i patrons i- diet of the admit.
I Card'of ThanksTo iI present day, "
: tiUI inlZ' the| rcmaininir$ daV" of thVsalo nal
\ I' -- I I The object of the club in to simply systems.
will find excellent
50good cigarettes I thow who were kind and' 'ntk.n- fromyhich to an KC'K'ct. Both assortment member1 i pass on the information Rained under What better batterycan

i for IOc from I ..Ye to :jis and ours during! the brief <>f the I linn are willing to attest tobe ; Dr. McFerrin to other members you ask for your car?
"Int.lIl1d this will mchid" allwho and l to
menus.
f sack of I In tIll 'i''illitof: Creekilo t efficacy[ of the publicity given That compare few breathe right Dependable action of A
1 one i I' in \ Shingle people -
Through the columns. of The Curette.and I
:: Plates
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we return sincere thanks and know how to take ( exercise. which the Dreadnaught '
that in search of No '
t GENUINE take 1 this method ef hlnuvuiij our ap- "bniriin.s, say came pations'nHIIImil"K and (romotl..r cigarette has does not mean' with the broom, or helps make these railroads
III inn of tbr-ir devotion.' The I the same delicious over the wash-tub, .a& taught by a
I towns to make their ,
purchasest
I I I.t", 01'a were many-and came frdm(; physician.That certain foods shouldnot safeAnd
t I the store which was advertising : flavor as Lucky the kind of
A BULLDURHAM 1 gaud heaits.' the irrent "Ilouse-C'lciminjr, Sale." l be combined, the physician also gives tt
:Mr. and.Mrs.''..:. .. I J.. II., Hauknight. i I Ofie'( / of the features of the saletwin Strike. Because advises, and has much trouble! with starting and lighting ser-
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In Memoriam | :' the fuel that :flyers 4j Son came j Lucky Strike is the his of Nature.patients' over going against rules vice-you want.
p .to Kiss.ninico. from Lake Hamilton
I toasted cigarette. The class under the organized Good plates are the essential
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DURHAM In -sad but loving memory of \'I'.t. with the avowed I purpose of buying
system and will help those. who for both
the dearly beloved child of Arthur 1 the Htore.nl that place which Good- can thing uses.
i; TOBACCO and :Selina; T. COOIHT. who di..d.t.'ry man r & Woodall bought only a few desire to know a better way of rearing The. DreadnaughtPlates
suddenly March: :11I: ltl! ( four weeks since. Both members of the children or avoiding disease. Thegrocery I
j (jj) > !aged rugged brutes
L.z::.:_._ vcars eight months: | firm declared they were too busy to Mi' -KiffnrrfifCr...!. < % bill, too, is: lessened that is are
and
appalling to these hard times.
"Five years. have )passed since that '|talk n trade of 'that sort when ahousecleaning many forpunishment power.
sad .sale" was in At the meeting were number of I Next time renew
day i pro- you
I I northern visitor. wlu enthusiastic
-' When one WP loved was called\ re".s-but the men would not listen'to : arc
away; battery or-
CONEY FATALLY INJURED and will spread the information) your storage \ i
'was
The blow great the shock argument; they came to buy the !
WHEN AIRPLANE HIT TREE severe, (Store-and they bought it. The Lake : : HISTORY SIXTEEN YEARS to northern friend! der a Gould.
The
officers for the elected
We little\ thought, the call so near. Hamilton branch of tloodmun & ACol' year us j
!Lieutenant. I H, I From file of ,I. are: :Mrs. S. B. Aultman. president
t Coney army She left behind our aching heartsWe Woodall is now in new hands. : 1I Valley Square Dial Battery Sw.fwillin
flier, who left 1 I'ahlo Beach at one- loved her dear Besides mukintr a deal of that nature i''I 1 ; Mrs. E. fj.; Vans Agnew fir very ; R ef
forty o'clock\ Friday morning headed, Ileiiit< that never can forget, J John Fry entered the store and :\ ; !\Jr'". \V. Makmson. Repair a
for San Diego a distance of ,\l711 For her memory i is written I there." expressed a desire. to buy the homeof A IIPIl'I'' '''', Pearl Reed, was fined second vice-president' ; Mrs. ("lark.secretary Replacement: R.ck r.ins
miles, struck a tree at :Monroe, Low 1'/\I'r remembered h v :Mamma, James looll11l1n-1i; property two dollars and costs for stealing\ ; a :('! ; :Mr*<. J. :M. :Mrl'hntter. II for any btli/ '

ina at Reven-thirty the same morning Daddy, Hcnita, Holly.and Budd)'. j which van, advertised! I for sale several ilver spoon (rom1. B. Johnston. ,,'treasurer.I I Wm tap ply a Could for any car
he I really a "pearl of low I The next meeting will, l be dne'ct''I
as was (lying low on account months ago. And l (before' I he : prices.
I w..,>f" fog. Ills hack was brokenMI the*. :New Smyrri, Flu., was efctablish- loll the store :Mr. lhy had become Thirty-five people joined a boat ''Monday: evening at seven-thirty, at .
fall, and internal injuries render his "d ,in lTi"i,! as a Greek; and :Minoicani i the owner of the property;, located excursion to Friar's Cave thirteen the Hart :Memorial. Carbon copies I PRENTIS & THOMAS ,
r..co'ry.t'I'\, doubtful. His death i ,ninny' and wa.-! named. from Smyina, corner of Adcrhold! and Vine. He nlies from Kissinmit-e, given, in hon of the teaching* and every s e- ob- Auto Repair Shop
occurred; Wednesday.. At. in.YourBaileiy i \\ Ill' it'nh'I't.. in n few days to go; or" of :Mrs Susan I.eake Mrs\\ ('. E tiiined: will be\ fuim-hcil new meat -
----- .-. to Ins northern i home for the purpose Moody and :Miss i Allen I.eake--tIte hers free. :-;KKT:: .\* KM':: !::
of settlinir up his affairs-afteii latter of (C'linton South Carolina.Surveyor I The fact that the federal ir opera KISSIMMEEManhattan
i which :.Mr. Fry will return here to :; J. K :Moody goes to I I'v meat 'is sending reportall o\er the
make hi- pel mancnt' home in Ki>- !Hull: Creek section to survey the cnuntiy: to teach the :Nation haw I..
d simmt roadin, that localityA ,cat and I he healthyhow tie -ign-/
new load machine bought by of the times. 'I
I The mild .'athart--;:: : ctioii of Her- t the county commissioners has -irriv Tininefficient! young >..Idlt"r j hoywho -
Demands FrcciiGnf( but. n1 i- well, l faked l hy> ladles. It purl ed and! was j given, a thorough u-t tout t- were rejet ted during/ the /guilt a ,
hrS the, -\ .-I"1lIllhoul griping'' m on the Shingle, Creek ruail.! .\ war -nkeniiir, the *>toma< h. 1'rice, tOi! huge toad plow, a Gjur-iiHilc teamagons. : teach the heads of the nation i
Attention Sold In Kubeiiin'rhiiimacy.: t ,\ and other necessaries. h.l\' that our men an, |I"'IIIII'I| '
bee n contracted for | 'IXHH I h weaker-ni.id to go back to na II 511li
i WILL NEVER MOVE I'he city .council endorses the turn and hue a* the gland, I l 1i'nl-" ' i II
""')-Mii'Ht to have' the legislature ,of this prevent gem-ration' "i- L.. .mg' I
The Original Manuel Garcia's Restaurant .iiiienil, the state law- "Ihllt the now taught all over the nmntrvThe li

Remains at _1324 North I li\y for street and l park improvemi marked, impiovctm( ''' in health: I,
I Franklin Street nt may I be increased as desiredfiom and vitality among all cla-M-i. in} .
the pieseni' 1'. mill' rate t"n", tluenceth. <> keeping' up of the truth I lh'I A .
AVERAGE car owner keeps his I M.inuel, ( Ltrrua'; ri'-laurant, wa- high a- six mills. 'a- IcaTied, under. Ur :Mi l Ten inteaching i I
THE full of water-hit crank cafe '1-o.1.1],| two vearairo to :Mr M I I" The "l.oafer's ('Iul," askthe cite I I
Loner All of :Mr I opex's' frien.N'well .
to lot tush it suitable
I full of oil-hit tank full of gasoline. <<,- :;' I.noIhal he will remain at thi which to .carry on its steady quarters grind in, : : .,..>:-<-:...'X---'v..x------'v.------x: : ...:- ..'v. -r"C><.. I
These are things that he can SEE. nriifiiial: Jarcia1( location on uppeiKranklm of chess, checkers and dominoes.
I ..t ...pt'h'n Mr. Lopes Mrs. II, C. Stanford was called to '
f You can't tee your STORAGE BATTERYyou 'I bought! the original Gan; 'ia's re tau Coin> Creek Kentucky where her Hotel.
rant hi- did with, tht understandj I
can't so father was. ". .rill.. I . ,
immediately detect when it needs .
j mt; he was to have the exclusive On :Monday o'enu1g' Orange Blos-
attention-but it it just as important as ,,11-e" of the name of ;Manuel (larcia1nestaurant -oni lo.IgFrI'e and Accepted :Masons -

water in the radiator oil in the crank 'in Tim pa. Clever and conferred the Entered, Apprentice i
case \ Open Under New ManagementJ. .
I ; rnI hit iou advertisement, appearing' degree, upon Don Register i L :M I'
or gasoline in the tank.Don't I i throughout the tate now makes n Whidden and Z. W. Petteway. and on
necessary for :Mr Lopez to warn, the Friday evening J. A. Anderson.. D. NWBY.\ Jr. ,
neglect your battery It MI'Sl'havefrequent : public against I"mgmislt'd into belies Charle.- W. Dann and W B. Harris[
attention. It should be TKSTKI1! 1; ill/ that hp has ha need the lo- received! tin FellovCraft, degree

and KII.I.KI) WITH IMS III.I.KlV.TKK lation of the \tiinal( :Manuel (!arIcta's Countv. commi-si.iners. i agreed! to We are going to have a splendid\/ dinner on Sunday (from twelve to
at leant. every fifteen days.. Just Restaurant. :Mr. Lopez wants
WAJI'EK
offer! a bounty of f'l :I<0) for wildcat
won'J do. It must. be DISTILLEDVAJEK.. his many friends to know I that he i is scalf, and, the same bounty for two at which tune we shall serve Chicken, with Noodles, together!,:

You can quickly and absolutely, destroy: at the same old place serving the i iI each hald-eagle killed. This. was by'I Ir.'l".1 z with the usual complements of a Good Dinner. There will also be It
even the moM expensive battery by :NKCLECT. I lest of Spanish dinners to be found | of John :M I 1...-('. who appeared ice and cake. In will be ,
cream lest it as good! dinner
I! !: a
in Tampa. He wants the /good peo-I as you
Let for the sheep industry of the
us nave t thin Ve
are equipped! to give your you battery expense.the attention I pie of Kissimmee to know these county. ;: have e> er had at the low (price of 30c. Phone reservations by fix]
it DEMANDS.Lupfer i facts. His constant mm is to renderIa Two your.f! Hereford. bulls, the'
'I i service that is unequaled' for good |,property: of K I. Lesley. E'8'ape.1) f Saturday evening.: t
| food properly cooked .by the best' from an enclosure last fall. They ,
,I Spanish chef. in America, The Sun- .have just been found. After rustl- '" :
: \day dinners are the last. word in cul- 'ling for themselves all winter they f DAKIN AVENUE1 PHONE ,221 I t :: I Ioooo.o.o.o
inary are. The Spanish dinners are I: :
(are in better condition than when
00 000 0<"M <<4* " W "Q" .
i 1 6PratKer known from coast to coast. We invite they broke the fence showing!' the e o ..
you :Mr. and :Mrs. Kissimmeo, adaptability of this section for stock- ; ,
I Ir and all the little K-: ,,i..nmees.. when .
OVE.RLANO AND COLUMBIA CARS i y on come to Tampa to route to Ix>- growing.While the trial of stockmen for

pex.Place, the Oiiemal:' :Manuel mutilating the cattle of (i. W. Hopkins ,
PHONE 136 KISSIMMEE FLA. (laina'Restaurant.. l.'i'JJ:\:? :North was being conducted at Titus- BIRD'S
,
,
Franklin street I ville the barn and stables of Mr.
I Ark anybody in Tampa I IBA i Hopkins located forty-five miles ROOFS"tit

THING'ARRANGEMENTS !least" of Ki'ssimmee, were set. on fire
[ by unknown miscreants and totallyconsumed.
AT NEID'S WONDER WELL :' :More than $5000 loss has I

been inflicted upon Mr. Hopkins I
i i An excellent bath-house has lieen I merely' U-cause he fenced in hiss. I ,
; Osceola Hardware Company elected at the well which i". yielding' acreage. -according, to the report of
\\'att'rulh the most wonderful properties Robert Donegan manager of the
on the farm of ('harlts't'ld.: , property. I .
north of Kissiijimee, and those ___ ..
. Dealers In just "N
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t \ < < who desire to take advantage of < n-I Him Is Your (Complexion? [! l t tfK1
jot mg ik complete lath can now A should beautiful I If
woman grow more
I accommodated.; : The water IN of the 'r ns she grows older and she' will
Original and Genuine'American' same temperature as when it come. i, with due regard, to baths, diet and
I from" I the well as no arrangement)II exercise, and by keeping her \a'erIIn.1
t t' I I have been completed for heating, it: I f bowels in good, t-ork.ng orderIf
I Close Mesh but I those who may once try this> you are haggard and yellow your
: Hog I Ilan will .be eager! I to; return for bore ,eyes losing, their lustre and whites
.
"f the -,"11, soil( After a hath in flesh
And Cattle Fence ,this, wondt..ful'al," there ,is atoaiked becoming, it may yellowish be due to your indigestion flabby ort : UIt
: effect' up >n each bather. and' a
.' 15 Bar 58 I Inch A"lICrnrL "* COMPACT towel re.tiltare is used far after mole the beneficial\\.alh-a.if the no | Tablets correct these disorders, '1 ii '

waterhould, be allowed 1 to dry by i i A ,sensitive instrument like a balance
S l 4 n 52 u ./ r-.Ii... evaporation. Ano staled! hours; for !I scale I has l teen designed' to ,.
3 r, 46 I r, / "' "\ the use of the house have been announced '!' ,measure the amount of preure required .
i 2 -nI by the owner it would be' ,, to produce t ,sensation of :
4a
well to make arrangements (prim to ] ,pain. -
.. JLLJ I It 34" I t--= r fr making the tap to the well in order I II

0 u Z8.:-r; I ;y ItQ to avoid, any d.sappointment. I ,I i
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rr 24 ..::. \.. 'i -I'V'.t .. Paying) for the Home i iKAHN'S I 1 HOW TO BUY ROOFS RIGHT"I:

J 4 J JUST I RECEIVED iI i 1i TAKE the guru out of buying roofs/ by "Oll'l"f"t "'NII.t'T.

"Up went to to two doctorand years ago medicine my moneyall for ( I vvaicr-liKi.(; durable and good looiung ,before you buy ,t. .

Jr. my stomach trouble. I was constantly I Tell us (he ,the I kind ol building you are to re-tool or 1 buld. 1 Then l
I lied with gas and no nwJicllle11t'lpt.t I *"f'' will, show build.ng cO't'.eJ ,
you near wiih BiiJ
. MocJv
you
._-"::' .r'I"' '_ "" ..:;........ ..... me permanently until I trieda : < ;
f bottle of :'Iluyr'Volld..ru: Rem- TROPICAL If Pared IS the roofing you need we v>-'! show you Pjroid Roof
dy at that time with excellent
re- ,
| ihjl
''- Notice the Lock-Joint suits. have stood wear and weather loe( more then 20 rjr ,nh- ,
that never gives way. :Now I am using my money in HOT WEATHER > '
f : paying for a home." It is a simple, i out repair ,

' It is better than any weld, or any harmless. preparation that removes ;I' T.Ik to I''K* _1. ..... own P.nxd .
the catarrhal mucus from the mtes- SUITINGSWe pro.
t.ct.d .
butldiht *><) leant .
i ITM
brand of loose woven clasp. heal tract and allays the inflamma-1 I I KOnOM.
I ton which causes practically all
I We
will unroll good stretch
stomach I liver and intestinal ailments of Paraid lot you to I re ,ill bright '

IT IS THE FENCE ETERNAL including appendicitis. One ;', have just what gray mrlace and (1t'f'11I. thickness "aLahl). and hrmnes .
(lose will convince or money refunded. you
J. Z. Roberson, and drugg'sts Proud, a an aJUound quality' roofing especially adapted for low
Once it is properly built and want for the hot weather. perch roofs/
your e'rrhtN. ) but good also for sleep roofs or siding. It.. cheroot
UI (lie long run.
r fence troubles are over. I Comparatively new in this. country

}4i k For Sale Russia, the is:Muscovy fast making duck, friends native be-of SAMPIES[ ARE ON DISPLAYR.A.SNYDIR alRD *. SON.' .... (E: uU.>..... 1715)) EaM Walp,, t..... +

by
cause of its quackless. -
{t' I I I nature. For Sale By

I As clear as the purest water' is .

The Osceola Hardware t Liquid Bororone, yet it is the most W.

kr Company I, wounds powerful, sores healing, burns remedy and scalds for flesh that : B. Makinson Company r.j


''t'M l ., Try medical it. science Price, has 30c. 60c ever an4 produced 120. 22 Stewart Avenue Phone 123 KISSIMMEE 3O8 Broadway # ;

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THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY,.APRIL 1, 1921 THREE ,

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Two silver cups will be contested 'for morning and afternoon concerts.A 'lat. this time. The now 17-foot da-
ON YOUR WAV for again this year; the team win committee of collect girls will noes.''war canoes and 'canoes rigged
..NORTH STOP TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK I IDt ning the highest number of pointsin 'serve refreshments and lunches at a with sails will (give exhibition races.
77V JACKSONVILLETHE : the meet,receives the cup and the nominal charge. Motorboats, launches I The Rollins-Club of Winter Park
toim winning two successive, meets rowboats and canoes from the will receive and entertain contestants
HOTEL WINDLE THORN I rj fains its cute/ surrounding ,lakes will make their coaches and chaperons and give ,

,Under the amle ,management: and t J'I' Laie ,Virginia will .be a scene of way into Lake Virginia on that day, a reception-dance' on.. .Saturday. . even
1 at the same reasonable rates.. A niucn activity cjt, the day of iho bringing: in parties' of spectators. I! ing April' 30" ....
request for reservation will POSI. t meet. The ''committee has secured Boats furnished by'the'' United States J Henry Kart,, of Winter Park,prominent
TIVELY asiure 'I' I the I services of the Klssimmep bandBud navy department will, also he In useI In aquatic'iaports will 1 referee
Strictly modern, steam you heat a ,room.cafe; OtfK THOHNISM'! II BRIEF .ITEMS GATHERED -__, _,, -'n -.. ..-. ,_" -,. .__.- T .. .. ,__, _ _ .:

close-1.0...everyJMnlASK /:. There '''Is some considerable difference FROM OVER THE STATE

.e' THE TRAVELING. PUBLIC I between a _"knocker" and i i iI j I Plant"
Baptists of City are to builda
HOTEL WINDLE I a "kicker.The; latter promotes $70,000 edifice for their church. .
,
f inveKtigstions improvements
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA becauHe he suggests when he agitate !- j Sheriff W. R. Monroe of
; because he necks to better I [(4icie county, was drowned while;
thlngH while he finds fault with I II
bringing in boatload of booze he
existing conditions; and because I had captured on tie Indian river a c ood wheeze-
he in' falr-minded, he Helens in I :I near Quay. The engine back-fired .
i FOR SALE good; part to arguments, which I :, the bout caught/ fire from the explosion f .
may prove beneficial. The knock-I and the three men jumped overboard -
t 1 er 1 IN simply a plumb dam-fool. : to avoid the flames.. The deputysheriff m leave J&JQ you

House *.. *. I and the arrested man
reached shore in .aety-und the
It's In The ClimateIn
I| prisoner gave bond and was given .
) and Two Lots caudal publishing an account) of a1 his freedom./ n r I LOVE the ladles. ON THE piano."
: in a divon'eaneJ.alimonyf' .
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t 'eednlC: at WhiteI'lainc: New I Shriners of Saint Petersburg are *
BUT LIKE most men. WHICH WAS allwrong.
tr I Y'i'k. the San:I Pet-rsliurg, Timc- I to erect a "home" at an expense, of eo.
r- AT 407 VINE STREET :
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says
I! 100000. __ I OFTEN guess wrong. POOR HUMOR, abe said .
Pntcrnitv of two children,
.
!1 Apply Corner Stewart and 'Verona Guy Stillmnn, aged :'J!H 'I Some of the land near Talatka i i'I is ON WHAT will 'In. WAS OUTot place.

months, rind Jay Leeds, three yielding forty-five barrels. of potatoes 0 .0.

.,i, months older 18 .questioned) 'I to the acre.The A SMILE from them. IN TIME of danger.
---- - affidavits filed-
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0 0I e e a
The presentation of Double Speed American !Silk Indu"lryJm\ -
I ALWAYS SO KIPLING was right
"Pairis at the Casino last Pridny was really pany, of Saint Augustine, capitali/eil) ,say., a .
J
enemy slew by comparison Yassuni ,for $500,000, has already set out ..
'IT'S BETTER to laugh. -A WOMAN is only
*. thousands of mulberry trees for . .
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: 111 it is! One Sort Of A lilind feeding silkworms.
say Alan in Jacksonville named A01011" !- THAN EVER to worry. A WOMAN.0., but a good cigar
Avon Park is to have a new and)
If he didn't have :'n "i" SO ONCE, when. IS A smoke;" only.
postoffit't-upon which lln1
I knoi:ketj out ht.M he "ahmon)'" right.wouldn't up-to-date 0 o 0
WHEN you want ufe4 t om- 'work will commence at an early
)nf relief from any he? date. I THE DAM broke, and. HE SHOULD have made It.
*external"' pain oaa Sloan. I 9)C" *| 9t .0.
L-in iment. It doM the job without I'll :Say: It Did The Palmetto Brush and Filer A FLOOD bit town MY CIGARETTES because.
staining,robbin., bandac I think I'm mirhtc'le.r 0 _
Company, which has a growing
ing. UM Jmki for rheuboom", it
n.ur.tg.eh. i and paina For uniiutness! I'm n daisy; Iplant at Oldsmar is making brushes I THOUGHT. I'd, Just. YOU'RE.BOUND to gel.
.pra", .and strung backacbe, I put sore moonshine in my t tnnk ;of very high grade The "OmpllllI \' 0 0
+ aonalD .v And Ih' burr/ car v.<-r.t jil'] ni'i Crazy. netted, one hundred percent. on its CHEER UP,my wife. A SMILE from them.
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(Investment one jcarI AND SO I said. THEY ALWAYS "satisfy. "
Whrrt"'our I'IiuleleThey '
I .
a may sinn of the Girl of the Are You llapp" ? 0 "
he ep it % ef Niger I To be 'happy you must IK well Ifyou I "IF THE,worst, comoa I

Shootinghrinip from the /back of a are frequently troubled withjconstipation YOU CAN Moat down. TAKE the silky, tender leaves of 'V
t.tir-- and indigestion cannot Turkish:blend them with
They'd I..t-I thnt all pass be altogether! t happy. TakeIchamlivrlain's % o. 0 the best Domestic tobacco that money i,
Coulil they I view the ha.s Tablets to correct 20 for 20 centsIn THE RIVER. on. can buy--- Mend tfiemin the exclusive, :
.i That are caught in Tol1ojekulita) ( ,these disorders. Ihev are prompt 0 can't-be-copied| Chesterfield way- .
I *. *" lun.1 l effectual, easy and pleasant t'? tir-tiitht ptckmg. THE FAMILY, music-box. and you Ret a "smoke Yea, and
:Someone: (>uiMlH Know take Mmo obttinmblo in round 0 something more-you get a cigarette
:Now'; that "(',lent.fie: rlas'IIleationsof tina of SO, vaouum-.ea/ed. AND I'LL accompany :you. that honestly saUnes./ ."
I iail\\.i\' erliplnyeea is to take place STATE AQUATIC MEET .00 \

\\ n Atoll I I'"l like. to know right( floin the start I 1 HAS GREAT PROGRAM

dlu ists 1\\ h.lt i.las"ifii-iition will lie r'\'n' to I --
.: t the n< renkman l ) who diaw'own > ,
trro rear: > 'I he governing conim tt< o of the
,' more cages. than the prilll ip.d Florida State lntcrschol\Mu. Aiiiatu | -
- - - -- ''of the ordinary high ,Mihuolv, Yas- '. :Meet composed" of Kianklm W

i --uni (I King chairman/ ; llenrv K.it: I II. n'l
* I) iKinkon.) II. W Calflwdl, l{' tvJrftO
High i School :Should; Hustle I !S\mes. and) H.V.. fSieem.; has eI",1,
'FIXING.fI I G TIRES[ It ini'ht lie, said m passing' ) thattin |1,1 I upon l11un impmt.inl mattei.relatixe v
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[ h."I.| of KIs.irnmce ate among! :,., to the holding of the stati
t h.'q f,'w .tlnmV! n I lorxl.i. that '1| 01(11 in Siiturdtj. April) ?u.
lo, nllt' h.itc a 'S, hoot) | ('uliinin" in J JII I The tate aipiitic niet nronn-i t lto gjq;
'I""c' !Kn .1)) paji""r, 'I he pupil' should] !I" a loll! event in the high ,school CIGARETTES ,
:.1 I iet 'hiand, i IUIUMan "<-iit 'r'' t I" i ifuinish jpii.gium', ) if the Y" ."'. _\nnoiincePicnts
I tli motor flf "inteif-t' to the' h.i\e" pone In one hundred\ LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co.
, Th,,', Our n 'in nii'li of the. Uiniis. and .
Specially i ]' --.i\.inotluriir high 1 si h'" >ls and faxor.ille letiiin- ,
.", anone of chat' theu' "ii* i- bring' icci-Kfd daily. Cull inI -
I Of Course, We Do All Varieties of to l'ut.hJ'1' t till !it 1I1"'a)" ,ed} in plot' -I iu i < t ions are being mailed out a1- I
I *} ip :J: f.-t 1 ii- entileate I mnil*. The Ilills-,
Repairing Work And We Do It \\ HER,: TIll i : urn Is: KOI.I.! -KM:: I I.. "iini!rh, \\iiiiilmw, . \\ilson, KISIMI"Miniii -

Right. We Sell Tires On Close !Hra,1. -tlii't" iHTefr.lonquilt, I .. Oilii'idii, : Sinfnid. Divtona, h
In ll- nunohc,I inkiHiiiriiirx -. :\. w Snixrn.i) IIlId1'.1 Palm Beach
I I
MarginiALFORD 1 N ( \' n -,,\ enchange bit ) -i'hools hale ...nl..n'cIInd/ other e
Y. .1. \f'r l\'. -II I II 1 1t I. ,'n', haxi' the'" matter! under consul/ I
r t 1', ia\]| t that -tHMt ''i.i- "injo\e"l I i r.t. on Interest :tgioxxing and
lit.itine. the hil.inou-' high: heels! "n'' ni'ipi.lition will fiilloxvS. I
t .\ '" the. ma'ti- iru.inl; tiiulj-'. I
... Till' spell' rilliut' "f l -[><.(.il<'r-> .
THE VULCANIZER When: the cop weren't looking;
107 i, The crying of the babes M JM.. CRAIG of Los An-
Broadway
..- II When the confounded colic gelcs, Calif. who says no .. !
I !Struck" 'em amidships; one can feel more grateful for LUMBER ,
The hilarious! holler of the hen'When what Tanlac has! done than she
a another egg wn bornj: r
I The raucous and melifluous cackleOf dolt Han. gained twelve pounds

the hen's husband! and health is better than in years.

WOODFor T..nnl of the threatened sun-up; I.
I TI lie harking of -onie mongrel/ dng ''I 'I
As he rested from fli..a.hunting, I
For stove or fireplace delivered on Tl(. occasional\ ntuuinftil. .. I mooing/!: i

i si-oil mil, e. Also heavy hauling Of) a hold )t.( -\M;el\\'d, cow I

of all kinds.. with aulo truck. IJecojfnizinir. soul Ford chatifTeur.These ; I
and .untlrnlh..r rackets
Leave orders at Osceola Hardware Were lint like i the summer breezes 't g

I Company, or Drifting gently. tliough scented u
9 Blossoms] of the" orange trees
W. H. JONESPHONE When compart'il, with the present
l I ( I-inoman: Don't st "pleasant". ) CYrRESS'AND
81.3 ;( ( n.llion; to lie found thereabouts
I i Since the tent show opened
I, On that quiet thoroughfare .
]ropeit\tl' \\.iltieK have dropped 1 r
t
Till folks wort. pay their taxes;
In fact, to pa .11iculari7e,
.I'ropeitj-owm! "'''. making I oath ..
tJ That unit siilisnlied.They'll / -
FIXING IG FORDS I hale to sell I their housesTo

the insurance,'" companies
J I And I that nienns more work
1 For the lo<'al file department ; i{
.. The one winking ill this world. H
r You 1 know whit I mean, PINE I
When those tent-show folks
\ Th t'. Our Specialty ': yet "het-up" for real Business, 41

,, The only way that residents
Within seen lilmkof Vm
It Of Course, We Do All Varieties oft Can get to sleep right
) I 11- to buy some paikenham "Of all the people who have taken I -

J Automobile Work And We Do It i I And use it in the p-oper way- Tanlac I don't believe there IB anyone I Cypress Lath and Cypress Shingles
And that's too oxpensie.Religion ; who feels any more grateful tot
as I understand it, than I do," said MrJ. 1\1. Craig,
Right
l< a mighty good thing; of ((574 % F.. 40th street, Los Angelc .
I Delivered door Wholesale
I Ton few of us have enough! : s, Calif. at your at
Y I'ut when it (gets plumb crazy "I suffered from nervous prostration -I
Eddie Hansell 1 It ought/ to I be quarantined. and was so weak that I could I Prices in Any ,Quantity.
'"It's/ cheaper to go there not even sweep the floor and during/
"Than toisit the movies! ," the day I would have to lie down
1 No. 18 Emmett Street !Said one man to m.; four or five times. I tried to walk,

Y I ') And that may be the reason hut found out that half a block was Make inquiries and obtain prices
Why they have so large a galleryAt ] all I could stand before I would give .
nearly all their performances; out. Nervous spells came on me of '
Cuttinga gJWck5 but in most localities. ten., Finally my husband urged me of our agents
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T. nt. how. pay a high license*- to try Tanlar and I am indeed gladhe .IOSCOLAHARDWARE
Ogo outs-de the city limits. did for it proved to be just what .I

.. Sleep-eyed sickened men I needed [ COMPANY
And sad trembly women "The first two bottles did not seem ,
Who live on Brack street to help me. I guess it was because
Say that the loss of sleep" 1 was so bad off, hut on the third 0Kzssinzme .
frantic. bottle I could tell I e Florida:
"Cutting a wide? Is driving 'em nigh ; was improvingand ,
w.th" in any walk of lif.m.ana And homes that were happy that gave me more hope than
I that you must haw good And peaceful and contentedAre ever of R'etlinwell./ My improvement -
blood, ct-tady nfrn and trwn-rth in now sorry scenes of worry.If from then on was rapid and by
f.MfY.. the same gang would move the time I had taken five bottles I
Just as our soldier showed they Out on to Vine street was better and stronger. than I had c
had the red blood of courage, so will Near the home of Judge Krihbs, been in years.
.. you have the necessary "pep" and the Or would locate on Clyde avenue "It enabled me to sleep strongly Everglade Cypress Co.
P right kind of blood If you make the Near to where S. H. Bullock night and I have gained twelve
blood redder and your health better And Dr. Derbyshire reside, pounds. -That was several months!
by taking Dr Pleroe'a Golden Medical I wouldn't mind it one bit- ago and from then until now I have .
,' Dlscerery For over fifty years this But I live on the same' blockRight been in an good health as I ever was .
( a tonic and blood purifier bas bad the there on Brack street in my life. I have told all of my
"...*.7 alldorMmeDI of the American public. Near the feeble-minded home, friends and relatives what a wonderful Lghman: : =Florida: : .
q Last rear over a million bottles w.r.sold. And Ill say it is fierce; medicine Tanlac-is."
So wky put off' the Ray of purL You bet. by heck, it's fierce. Tanlac is sold in Kiasimmee by J. c
obase?-Buy: NOW (either liquid Yaasum. Z. Roberson and Central Drug Store | '
.r tablets) of your nearest dro&&ist. '
I thank you. and in Saint Cloud by P. D. Marine. .1 s
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.' :TWO i THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, APRIL. ..91. y\ :


., LITTLE 'DAUGHTER 'DIES ''SATURDAY T WAS A GOOD DAY I I MC'FERRIN HEALTH CLASS ,

-.AT SHINGLE CREEK HOME I I FOR: BUSY. "JIM" GOODMAN CHOOSES ITS OFFICERS
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-, :- Little t ITVefliTTieaiTTKS; i ; e1 Tii1it<'piiiiV:-J t. '11 e 'tUi1naPTe( ;; ;: at Uie KTO'eery -'i' (Contributed) .

I months-old daughter of Mr. and Airs of ioodman; & Woodall for' thc j r The McFerrin Health Class met at as

I. II. 'ftuuknifrht died at ,,.he family openinjr slay, !first Saturday, wasmagnificent I, the Hart Memorial Monday evening, ft' ,
home at Shingle Creek last Sunday : ,' .according to report full of enthusiasm, and organized Reliably Equipped
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I morning at nine o'do nn attack of' colitis which luxl> few layn. The funeral' took' }place) in traffic all the days! thin. week. regime: of diet'-that, like the days as a
Sunday afternoon R(.v. H. Illoii- I luring the Brat' day there wore sevmrnl STRIKE :of old these members "Corne '
nett officiating:, and l (the. feiniiins; ' "xpetialH", which were Mold out I i iI I I and see! That say have been Great railroad systems '.

!!I I. wore pluceil, in the Shingle CreekuDKtery. completely; but these have been replaced I "dug by the teeth"graves! for' thousands of choose Gould Storage Bat .
< ': by goods which were even JlTi TOASTED,! years, even those who have had the sig-
1 _____.:.. then euroutc-luul those patron diet .of the'present day admit. teriesr to operate"viul

Card' of ThanksTo I during t the remaining days of the The object of the duk is to simply nal systems.What .
sale will find l excellent
\ BOgqod cigarettesfor those. who were kind and! ntten- lrom'which to an select. Both assortment momber- pass on the information gained under better batterycan
1110') "brief Dr. McFerrin to other members for car?
live to us and 1 ours during I 'of the firm are willing' to attest to you ask your
) illness -aiul! tills will .+",..11"1" all who the, efficacy' of the publicity given CIGARETTENo and to compare menus Dependable action of s
sack of live in the vicinity of Shingle Creek That few people breathe right- .
one through the columns of The Gazette; I Plates .
Dreadnaught 1
_..*lo we return sinrerithanks IInd l know hqw to take exercise, which the
and that in search! of
GENUINE take this nll"thoI..f, glummi. ; our appreciation I baiT.iiins' say mine pations miles bad from cigarette has does not mean with the broom, or helps make these railroads
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of t their ili'Mit ii>n. The other towns to mivke t their I the same delicious over the 'wash-tub, as taught l hy a
purehnsestit
favors were nllnltI,1, came front the, storevhICh flavor physician. That certain foods shouldnot } safeAnd kind of '
wan advertisingi as Lucky the .
gives
rood heal t". I be combined, the physician also
BULL :lit-. sod] :\1 rot. 1 I. II. litiukniKht. I I i Due great' of "I the'louse-Cleaning features! of Sale.the sale Strike. Because advises, and has much trouble with starting and lighting ser-

-IB----MemoriamIn -- ---- I was the fact that Myers & Son came I Lucky Strike Is the I his Nature patients over going against rulesof vice you want.

\ I.to KixHinimec from Lake Hamilton toasted cigarette."'" I The class under the organized Good plates are the essential

: DURHAM sad but loving memory of Vera" with the avowed purpose of buyingthe system can and will help those who thing for both uses.
the dearly beloved child of Arthur I store at that place which Goodman ; l- desire. to know a bettor way of rearing
TOBACCOCONEY and Selina 'I*. (COOIHT who died very & Woodall bought only a few children or avoiding disease. The The DreadnaughtPlates ,J
March all: I! aged fo-jr weeks since. Both members of the c C.J1 rugged brutes
suddenly .MlHi are
o; JW v emm_ *_ eight months! : 'firm declared they were too busy to and
1Ku '!._ years ( appalling to many these hard times. forpunishment power.
talk trade of that when
sort
[."Five have passed since that a a
years At the meeting we no a number of I time renew
sad day ("houM'-cleaninp sale" was in pro- Next you
n I northern visitors who are enthusiastic .
When onewe loved was called away; I rest*-hut the men would not listen and will the informationto your storage battery order .
FATALLY INJURED the ho..kseve'e 'Ito argument; they came to buy the I spread
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[The was great, northern friends. Gould.
HISTORY SIXTEEN YEARS AGO a
WHEN AIRPLANE HIT TREE i store-and they bought: it. The Lake :I I I The officers for the year as elected .
Hamilton branch of Goodman; &
Lieutenant W. i D. Coney, army We She little left behind thought: our the aching call HO hearts near. Woodall is.now in new hands. :i |I I From files of Valley Gazette are; Mrs.: :Mrs K. S.fJ.; Vans R. Aultman Agnew president first- Square Dial Battery 5.rv>_

flier, who left Pablo Beach at one- We loved her very dear; Besides making a deal I of that nature vice-president. ;; Mr.. W.: B. Makinson, Kap.iri Refilling
forty o'clock! Friday morning headed }Hearts t that never cifn forfcot.\ j John Fry entered the store and 1 second vice-president Mrs. Clark, Replacement Recharging
Pearl Heed fin..1tO ;
for San I Diego, a distance of 2,070 For her memory is written, t there" expressed' a ;desire to buy, the home A negress, was secretary :Mrs. Jl1.: MrPhntter, b.tt.l-Jr
and for stcHlin ( ; for
dollars costs a ----- any
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miles struck at : Lomina Jof, James Goodman;
a tree Monroe Ever remembered li v :Mamma property treasurer.
at seven-thirty the same morn- Daddy, Benito, Dolly, and Buddy I whichtin advertised' for sale sev- ilver really. spoon a "pearl from of W.low B prices.. Johnston! I I The next meeting will be 'held next '] I Wt tuppty a Gocrf months And before 'hi-
enil(
infr, as hc was flying low on accountof -- - ajro. Monday:
I fog. His back wax broken in the New Smyrna Fla., was uhlublishM ,left -the stole :Mr. l Fry had become Thirty-live people joined a boat the Hart evening:Memorial.Carbon at se\en-thirtv at i PRENTISt, & THOMAS .
fall, and internal injuries render his' | in 1763<; ata (>ieek and :Mmoicanrojony the owner of the projli'ity/ located excursion to Friar's Cave thirteen copies | .
iilies from KrsRinimee. given in 'honor '''of the teachings" an) exerc ses obtained Auto ShopSTKWAKT
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re'overy'ory doubtful. His death and wan named from Smyrna, corns of Aderhold and Vihe. I Hewill' Repair
of Mrs.: Susan Leake, Mrs. C E. will lie furnished new members i
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Attn here in few to
days
occurred on Wednesday. : I (leave a jo .. free. j :; A\ K.MK: ;
Moody' and Miss Allen Leake -the
-- to hii. northern home for the
I settling| up his.. affairs purposeof -after, Litter! of Clinton South Carolina I j The fact that, the federal I go\ern- KISSIMMEE
:Surveyor; J. K. :Moody to IK- 1 merit is. sending reports all over t the
,return goes
I u bub ;.MrFry l l I will here Jomakf
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Hull: Creek section to the country' to teach the :Nation hoI"t .
his luime Ki> surety
YourBatleiy pptmainnt' in roadin that localityA eat and I lie 'healthy, shows |II| e Igor
sanun1c' new load machine bought by of the lim('". |
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i Tbi mild cathartic; :'ction of ller- the' county commissioners bus -itrivIM The inefticient young suldier. boys lwSlt
Demands frequent bine I is well liked by ladies It ,purl | and was given a thorough ti-t- .who worn rejected during the. great< 'I! ,
tics I tlir system without, griping' 01siikeiiing niit on the Shingle/ ,Creek ruii.l. A war on account of! some physicral in
!!1 the .stomucli. fries, (lit;((1 It l.nge' load plow, a four-mule team lirmity teach the heads of t the.na I
Isold. I by ItxbcI4II'" 1'liaimacy. u.igons, and other necessaries, IMVl Iron that our men are, bccciming ,
Attention l been. contracted for I n1ll> II weaker-and 10 go back to mi >" "

I WILL NEVER MOVE I! The city council, endorse* till"iiiiixernelit lure. and ha" the grand-parent- .I
to have t Ue legislnlure.intend < f this present generation I is being
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The Original Manuel Garcia' Restaurant the state laws so that the notaught I. all over the country I I I
Remains at 1324 North b\y for street nnd park rmprovenif The marked improvement in health I li
I Franklin Street nt miy be increased as desiredfrom and Mtalrty ami-ng all classes. 'inlluences .
the present 1'is. mill rate to a s the; keeping up of the truth
AVERAGE car owner keeps his I Manuel' (;Jama's restaurantMI*- .high( as six mills.. a> learned under I Pr> :McFeri m''teachrngs I
THE full of water-bis crank case '!, old I two years mro.. to :llr. :M. F' The. "Ix>afers Club" asks the rite ' '
L(1t)1r. All of .Mr. l.oprx.'s friends In fin nish it suitable quarters in
of oil-his tank full of gasoline. ( well know that be will, remain at 111. uhich to carry on Its steady, grindof ; -:-: ...-.o-: -------.x -) o-X--:"''''>--O------1: :
; original 1 (iu ciu's location on upper hcckers dominoes.
These are things that he can SEE. [ chess, ( and !
Lopebought I .i :Mrs. ,II. C. Stanford was called to / .
You can't see your STORAGE BATTERYyou I ; Corn Creek Kentucky, where her ; -Manhattan Hotel. i C f
['((lilt. 'Iniliil !so with the understanding father was very ill. I .
can't immediately detect when it needs that IIP was to have the exHusiveuse (On :Monday evening Orange Blossom Y

.; attention--; -but it is just as important as II of the name of :Manuel (;larcia's I Lodge Free and Accepted :Masons t
restaurant in Timpu.: (Clever tads, conferred the Entered I
1 water in the radiator, oil in the crank case ( umbitious, advertisements appearing t degree upon Don Register Apprentice I L. :M I Open Under New Maimgemcti'tJ. ; I

or gasoline in the tank. (throughout the state now makes 'Unecessary Whidden and /. W. Pettewayand on i D. NtWBY. Jr.
.. for :Mr. l.opeto warn the
Friday evening ,1. A. Anderson. t t'e
Don't neglect your battery It Ml'SThave 'I public against being misled into be Charles W. Dann and W B. Harris!
frequent attention-' It should be TESTED lievingthat' hp has changed the boy 'I received I the, Fellow Craft degree.
I and FILLED WITH DISTILLED WATERat ration of the original] :Manuel (;IiirIcia's (Count nus-sijners". agreed, to \\, are going lo ha\e a splendid dinner on Sunday from .IweUe ,10. t I"

leant. every lifleen days Just WATER I Hestaurant.! Mr. Lopez wants, offer a bounty of $2: !,0) for wildcat., two at ft|icli lime we shall serve Chicken with Noodles together .
won', do. It must be IJtSTILLEI1'11{. | his many friends to know that hp is I scalps] and the, same bounty for) '
'at the I same old place nerving the each bald-englc killed. This was by I Irp'I"t'RI !i ::1: with. (lie: usual complements of a Good I;>lIIner. There will also be Vice
You can. quickly and absolutely) destroy | ln-st of Spanish dinners; to be foundin ( I of .John :M. 1 Ix-e, who .
even the most expensive battery by NEG appeared I -t cream and cake. In 'lest it will be as good a dinner as you
Tampa lie wants the good' people for the sheep industry of the i
LECT. Let UN save you this expense. We of Kissimmee to know thl'Me"fa'tll. '\ ; haxe e\er had at the low I price of 50c. Phone reservations by .ix.
,county. II i ,
are equipped! to Rive your battery the attention aim is to render I
His constant
", j Two Hereford bulls, the
young: Saturday evening. .
it DEMANDS.Lupfer "
aT Service that is 'uneqiialeil for (11'00,11)I I property' : ..f" K 1 I. Lesley') e (,RDe.1) i
food properly cooked by the from an enclosure last fall. They

Spanish! chef In America The Sun- .have. just be'en found. After rusty ,'
i DAKIN AVENUE PHONE 221BIRD'S r'yfit
the last word in culinary ,
dinners
day are i ling for themselves all winter theyare
are. The Spanish! dinners reI'I in better condition than when I 9.000I
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I, I ODDOO .ooooooooo y-44! ?S-0 7.OM
& PrcitKer known from coast to eoast. We invite ,they broke the fence-showing the I 1 ,
you :Mr. and :Mrs. Kissimmee, ''adaptability of this ,section for .stock-
and all the little Kissifnmees.hrii I
ing.While. '
grow
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OVERLAND AND COLUMBIA CARS i you come to Tampa' to some; to l.o- the trial of stockmen for
i.>ez'Place, the Original' hanger; i I mutilating the cattle of (;J. W. Hopkins -
PHONE 136 KISSIMMEE FLA. ( arriaV Restaurant U''Jl:\: North was being conducted at Titus : ROOFS
1 Franklin street ville] the barn and stables of Mr.

I' 'A -k anybody.'. in_Tampa."_ Hopkins, located forty-five miles "
east of Kissimmee, were set on fire I .
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t- (BATHING by unknown miscreants and totally I
AT NEID'S WONDER WELL i iI e01l4ume! :Morehan $5000! loss has ,

been inflicted upon Mr. Hopkins I
:It i An excellent bath-house has, been merely because he fenced in his

Osceola Hardware Company ( elected at the well which is! yielding' a"a according to the report of II hI
I 'water with. the most wonderful properties Robert Donegan manager of the 1
: on the farm of Charles Neid, property. I
just north of Kissimmee and those i -
. . Dealers 1 In. . .
1 ( who desire! to take advantage of> wnj How Is' Your Complexion -
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I+ Ir I complete bath can now he I c
j joying a A woman should grow more beautiful I
accommodated. 1'he water 'is of the
as she grows! older and she will I
same temperature as when it comes with due regard to baths, diet and ,
(' Original and Genuine from the well as no arrangementshave exercise, and by keeping her liver I
been completed for heating it: I and bowels in good working; order.If .
,'*, Mesh but those who may once try this you are haggard' and yellow your II I
i 'Americaii' Close_ JIbg'And. ,i.lun will be eager to return for m""j eyes losing their lustre arid, whites 1M
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of the same 1 sort. After a 1111 I becoming yellowish your flesh flabby L U ) ,
this wonderful' water there, is & i imaiked I
Cattle FenceI5 it may be due to indigestion' or M Ir Ii''lll'' i
effect upon each bather; and, | to a sluggish, \liver. l'huIIIIII'lllIin'5! s
results! are far more beneficial, if no Tablets correct these! disorders.
I Bar 58 I Inch AIlUICAN STUL kbNrIKE. coMPAPTp towel is used after the I"th-a Ihul II } NE! E1
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._ I water should be allowed to dry by A .sensitive. instrument like a balance
::4 II 52 .. r--II....... I evaporal ion. As no stated hours, for I .scale. has been designed to
the of the house have been an- j
use! measure the amount of required -
46 II i iu i pressure
3 / \ the it would l ht' I '
I jnounced by owner to produce the sensation.. of' V
0 nu I well to make arrangements prior to pain.(11181RECEIVED. ii-

II II 'tJ4 ); making the tip, to the well in orderto
I avoid any disappointment.'!
to. 8' II t'I -
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\,7" J I [ TAKI;: the guru out ol' buwnq; tools by) Ifnnti'in it is wrailicr" *

r I 1 "Up to two years- ago my mon..y'' ( \" .,.alrr-lrhl(; durable anJ good loo'mng; be fore you buy .il.

all went to doctors and medicine for
my stomach trouble. I was constantly Tell us the the kind ol building you are lo re-iool or b...lId Then "

tilled with gas and no medicine ie will show. you buildings near you cotncti with Bird HMI.|

.;; ....: "': ":".!. C,I t',,!:'r J.w,4 ".! :,, ..... helped' mi" 'permanently until I tried I
''a bottle of Mayr's Wonderful Rem- KAHN'S TROPICAL II Parord! is the roofing you need we w!! show you Parold Roofs

dy at that time with excellent result that have Hood wear' and weather foe more ,then .l 0 yrdfi wilhoul -

> ; Notice the Lock-Joint that never gives way. !!. Now 1 am using" my money in HOT WEATHER rrpan ,
I pnying for a home- It is a simple! I

: It is better than any weld, or any harmless' preparation that removes Talk lo the p.opl I. who own P.....<| pro "
: the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal SUITINGSWe teclwi building* and learn .a .sue KOno...". +
ao, brand of loose woven clasp. tract and, allays the inflammation I

which !pauses practically all We will, unroll a good stretch of Paroid 'foe you to see its bright.
stomach liver and intestinal ail- gray suffice( and feel Us ihickncu. pliabilily. and .
nrmnes* S
I.T.1S THE FENCE ETERNAL including appendicitis. One
have what
Dose just
c 'I{ will convince refunded. you
or money -
Paroid is an all' ound quality! roofing,
especially
J adapted 'for low-
J. Z. Roberson and
druggists "
:. Once It Rroperly built and your every-wher : want for the hot weather. pad. roof, but good also 'for steep roofs I or siding. It u cheapest

.' in the. long run.
; .'- fence troubles are over. I Comparatively new in this country -
the Muscovy! duck, native of IRD SON me. (Eublwk. 1 1115)) Eaac W...... ...... 9;
j I Russia, .is fast making: friends be- SAMPLES ARE ON DISPLAYR.A.SNVDtR
For Sale by cause of its quackless nature.As For Sale By


The Osceola Hardware Liquid clear Borozcne as the, yet purest it is the water most is W. B. Makinson -1'-'

Company wounds powerful sores healing!burns remedy and scalds for flesh that : Company ; "

... medical science has ever produced. Phone 123 '
KISSIMMEE .
:. Try it. Price 30c( 60c and 120. 22 Stewart Avenue 308 Broadway 4 !,; .

Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy, *. ;

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I.. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1921 THREE

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{, Two silver.-'cups will contested I for) morning and afternoon concert '''at this ''time. The now 17-foot canoes -.

t'ON YOUR NORTt1'STOP for ..again this< year j the team winning A committee' of' collvgd girls will , war canoes and canoes rigged
WAY THE THOUGHT"TANK I the highest number of points'serve refreshments and lunches at a with sails will Rive exhibition races.

IN.JACKSONVILLE_ -, _., ._ in the meet receives the cup, and them"WInr11ngtWU nominal charge. Motorboats, launch. I :The Rollins Club,,of>> Winter Park, {
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--- ; II' successive meets BK; rowfaoats "and "camrea from the" Jrnc11VT1i1nte1'tA1 ponteet.ants
THE HOTEL WINDLEUnder .,'B)' THORN 1> ---------I' H'tains its .cup' -- ': surrounding lakes will make\ their ,coaches and chaperon and give,
the same management Lake Virginia will be a scene'of way into Lake Virginia on'that' day, a reception-dance< on Saturday evening ,
'. at the same reasonable rate: : much activity on. the day of the btinl of spectators. April 30.
refluent for reservation will I meet The committeehas secured Boats furnished by the United States Henry Kart of Winter Park, prom. ji
TIVELY asmire you a THOKNISM the"services of the Kisslmmoc band navy department will nlso be in use Inent In'aquatic sports, will 'referee.ON .
BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED . ....
Strictly modern, steam; heat, cafe; -- ---- ---- --- ----------- ---- -- ;------:---- ----: ----- --'-
FROM OVER THE STATE 1.
close to everything: considerable ,
,
e). ASK rUE TRAVELING 1 I I 'The' a latter"knocker" dif'I I II I''I' Baptists of "Plant CitN are to !build ,

HOTEL WINDLE edifice for their church.
a $70,000 *
and improvements |
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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA {..... tien he BRI-. Sheriff W R.--Monroe-- of Saint /
he seeks to better I Ii 1p
Lucie county, was drowned while .
i he finds fault with 1 1I 1I bringing in II boatload of booze he
But
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I : ,,; and because i had captured on tl.e Indian river a ood.wheeze- 1
he listens in I I''
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\ near Quay. The en ine' liack-firod,
FOR '1 to arguments. which; the boat caught fire from the explosion 4
; I The knock--{, I 1' and the three "
men jumped overboard -
dumb dam-fool: :I to avoid the flames. The dep :Ill leave it toyou

House ** r' uty-sheriff and the arrested man
lie, *
I reached shore in lafety-and the
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/hrisoner gave bond and was given .
and Two LotsAT { an account of 8' his freedom. ** n r I LOVE tho ladies. THE piano."
: : a divorce-and-allmony . .
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White Plains, New j Shriners of Saint 1eJe .
I Petersburg; '
WHICH WAS all
BUT LIKE most men wrong.
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I Pet-rsUirg Time* ;I Ito erect a "home" -at an expense of . 4 .
407 VINE STREET ,' '
\' of two children! !> $]00.000. __ w I OFTEN guess. wrong. POOR HUMOR. sbo said,

Corner Stewart and aged :J8! J' Some of the land near Palatka it o 0
Apply
ON WHAT will wla WAS OUT of place.
Jay Leeds, three yielding forty-five )barrels, of pota- . ,
is questioned toes to the t acre. '
A SMILE from them. IN TIME oC danger.
--- --- -- filed 1
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The American Silk Industry Company *
ion of
Double Speed
"PainS last Friday was really of Saint Augustine, capitalized/ I ALWAYS. .say. SO KIPLING. .was right.A .
*
enemy" Yassum., for $500,000, has already set out '
IT'S BETTER to lauth. WOMAN is only.
: *I thousands of mulberry trees for . .
-777 say it is/ A Blind (fl'edinjRikwormK.; ] THAN EVER to worry. A WOMAN" but a good cigar. '
e I named A-! . " .
Avon Park is to have a new and)
didn't have an "i" SO ONCE, "Ie6. 18 A smoke" only.
: ,,' he "alimony" right!, up-to-date posloffice-upon which th" .
I \ "
W BEN you want oufeV coca i work will commence at lln early brlgkkc \
farting relief from an? 'date.. THE DAM and HE SHOULD have mads'li.
.
"BKt.rnal" pain* uae Sloan' I *" *" vy .0/ .
Liniment. Itdoe.th.obwltboutaulningrubbing. I I A FLOOD bit town. MY CIGARETTES because. '
The Palmetto ' bandagetray. t . . .
I (clever (Company, which has growing .
U**ftek for rheumatiaro.neuraliria. I a
..,h... and paini, I'm n dnisy: plant at Oldsmar ;is making: brushesof I THOUGHT. I'd. lust YOU'RE BOUND. to get. I..
.pr.maand.Ituaa' \backache in tnnk *
my high grade. The
aor muacla. went 1J"m') very companynetted CHEER UP my wife. A SMILE from them.
n car ) crazy
one hundred percent on its . .
I *" *" *" in *
Ukulele I investment one year. AND SO I said. THEY: ALWAYS "satisfy. "
. .
a of the Girl of I the I Are You Happy ? r :
Keep it (! To be happy you must In1 well. If I I "IF THE.worst. cornea
from the back of a you are frequent! troubled! willsconstpation AKE the silky tender leaves ofchoicestTurkiar
handv/ YOU CAN flout down T
,. ( I ; and indigestion you cannot . : blend them with ;
that all] pass be altogether! happy. Take! the bestDomestic tobacco that moneycan
view the bass/ (I'hamlwrluin's Tablets to correct 20 for 20 centsIn THE RIVER. on.. buy-blend/ them in the exclusive, ..t.
i in Tohofiekaliga! ,these disorders. They are prompt can't-be-copied Chesterfield way- :
( *" *" ,land effectual, easy and pleasant! to air-tightpacka/fem. THE FAMILY. .music-box. and you get a "smoke." Yes and I, ,
Also obtainable iff round ,
: Know take. something more-you get a cigarette
scientific classifications tins of SO, vucuutn-tealed. AND I'LL accompany you. "
that honestly "satisfies. i
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\ STATE AQUATIC MEET
\ J is to take place ,
a'At d'U1' right from the start i HAS GREAT PROGRAM

I ] ; will] lie trucn to I -- +. IIp II ;
II I hn'lIkmanho draws The governing conim.tt. > of the
I I 111-("-" than the' principal ,'Florida State Interscholastic Aquatic .
- - - -- - i high soh.ml'. ?! 'as- ( Meet,, composed of Franklin O. ,

| i King chairman' : Hemv Ki'rt" I 1)). K
1 *| l l--kinson, II. 1V Caldwell. KovjSvmes fi
: :; Hustle and HV.. Cr; eerie. bus decid, stet otq ;' '

'FIXING.TIRES fI I [ ( said. i ))| Ki'immee arc anionic ;, relative to the holding of the staU ".
schools,,, : n Fluriil.i I that i' ''H''I in Saturday. April :an.The :
a 'Sih<-ol ('olunm'in ;
j state Hqintic' meet! i nromi'-' s Inbe (
,' The pupiNhould 1 a.lug' event in the high ""schoolp CIGARETTES
) ;; liuo,,"e an. "t-dit 'ir" t" the .Announcements
program -
year. :
+ r of inli'i-cM" to the'' : have gone to one hundred LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co.
That's Our Specialty I t the' pupils; und say I Iloh s< (viols and favorable), returns
<' of what Illl'.1'. -. 1.'
received
V > ln'ing' daily. Full -
Of Course, We Do All Varieties l it iiptioaied in Prmt ''] ,miurtons i t are being mailod, out In-I
:h s;: .
f.'st 1 n" entileare made The
Repairing Work And We Do : : : noi. r.s: I uoi.i.) 'E:M '1 I rough'm ", ,,IIf'w' Wtlsrm, ...,

Right. We Sell Tires On !! : \ I 'heretofon- 'ijuu-t ' :1'nmee.. ol'la'd""nfo..l.) : naYlon"1) l
(<'.ludl'. i I \:, 1Snn rna' and West '
, MarginsALFORD I l :a II-MMV, change Igh -clioolx )have l'nterl'cIlfld otheril' ,:
r > it 'is : r 170'w, ..' hay 'iijo\-i' hjrh: heels Iii coripi-t, titron will follow.
uiiwaul.1 tiudtr.'d! : ;
.. of speeiler r ,
THE VULCANIZER ] weren't looking;
itS. J. M. CRAIG of Los Angeles (
107 BroadwayWOOD ; thc< babes M -
j ( colic > ( Calif.., who says no
hip ; one can feelmore; grateful for .

g holler l'1vOlt'of thehen, horn) what Tanlac has, /lone_ than she

. melifiuous cackle does. Has gained twelve pounds

\ husband I and health is better than'in years. J

) threatened sun-up; i_ . I LOMBEQFtt
some moiiKrel dog j
from nVa-huntmi, I|
For slo\e or fireplace delivered ) mouinful mooing. :
j jV"
short notre. Also heavy '.. OWl'd Ford cow chauffeur .
;
of all kinds with auto .
( other rackets
Leave orders at Osceola ] the summer breezes 3Abw

Company or I though scented 4s
'w hI' orange trees'
W.: H. JONESPHONE : I 'with the present
( set "pleasant")
found thereabouts.
81-3 I
I II I .show opened }
] thoroughfare .'
have dropped
pav their taxes;
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fl HXING I I FORDS'!I' to Subsidized'",' 'sell more are companies their making work houses oath AND ,.1'.k



t ] fire department '
in in this world.
; I mean. PINEl J

-.. folks i

That's Our Specialty I, ) for that,real residents) business,

lilo ks of 'em I
II
Of Course, We Do All Varieties !t.e" right' I
A> ; I ) packenham "Of all the people who have taken I

Automobile Work And We Do the proper way- Tanlac I don't Believe there, is anyone Lath and Cypress ,
Cypress Shingles
expensive.. who feels any more grateful l to
.. Right understand it, it than I (do," said Mrs. J. M. Craig,
thing; of 67-1V6 E. 40th street, Los Angeles -
Delivered at door at Wholesale
r I have enough/ : Calif."I your
'(, .. plumb crazy suffered from nervous. prostration -,
# Eddie Hansell 1 quarantined. and was so weak that I could: Prices in Any Quantity.
to go there not even sweep the floor and during
the movies," the day I would have to lie down -. .
No. 18 Emmett Street : to me;A four or five times., I tried to walk
) be the reason but found out that half] a block was Make inquiries and obtain pricesof ,i
so large a gallery all I could stand before I would give
their performances; out. Nervous spells came on me of-
Cutting a ten. Finally. my husband urged me our agents :
a high license" to try Tanlac and I am indeed gladhe ,
the city limits. did for it proved to be just whatI

... t ' men | I needed."The OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY
women first two bottles did not seem
street to help me. I guess it was becauseI .
loss of sleep) was so bad off, but on the third
"Cutting a widwath" nigh frantic; bottle I could tell I Was I improvingand : 3cuaa.ee :Florida:

in any walk of I lif.S were happy that gave me more hope than
mean that you must hav and contented ever of I'ettinjwell.; tity improve-
blood .t.ady.nerve and trnith scenes of worry. ment from then o i was rapid and by
re_...... { would move the time I had taken five bottles I
Just as our soldiers showed street was better and stronger than 1 had
had the red blood of courage, to of Judge Kribbs, been in years.
YOU bar the necenaary "pep" and th on Clyde avenue "It enabled me to sleep strongly; at Everglade Cypress Co.Loghnzan
po right kind of blood If you make th S. H. Bullock I night and I have gained twelve
blood redder and your health reside, pounds. That was several months
by taking Dr Piero '. Golden it one bit- ago and from then until now I have .
a Olscorary. For over fifty yeeFE tbl.tonic the lame block been in- an good health as I ever was.
and blood purifier has had tb 'Brack street Iin my life. I have told all of my
r ,.ndors m Dt of the American home, friends and relatives what a wonderful Florichr: n
II Last ;year over a million bottle. is fierce; medicine Tanlac l is."
_lei. So why put off the day of it'. fi rce.: Tanlac is sold in Kissimmee by J. (, '?
J',.. ba. T-Buy NOW (either Z. Roberson and Central Drug Store, | i
'
r.t, e>r tablets of your neare.t && and in Saint Cloud by P. D. Marine. '




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i FOUR .. THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY CAZETTF. r. nAY i P9il.. 1. 19?! "'. .

11which ,
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: have beerr ; mad. .In 'the past, service. .
GAZETTE
gullyivithy:; tiLLEY and in reality to enact a model and l 8:00 p. m.-Friday. Choir practice.! .

I modern conservation law, and I be- The election for th" Sunday .school --:';
.' Published Every Friday \ """J ITeve she will-at next session ol and for the church will take place J .

i her legislature."I next Sunday .-morning. Every member
ti, By Ki immee Valley .Gazette CoBt>a.y, KUsunmee. ;; Florida feel that the cause of conservation is urged to bo pre ent.

W, .B., Harris, President G.. V.M 'Agaew, Secretary. is particularly fortunate in having '
First Church
a .T in you such a leader one who i is" Baptist ,
W. L. Taoredyke, Editor .. also a member of the Florida legis Edwards.vPaHlfr\ *
h'L! ",.. lature. " I' Rev. F. C. j
4 Subscription RateaV Ii
"The legislature of Florida cannot
One Copy, One Year..._____...__________*______:____'______...____$2.U0 enact conservative measure 9:45 a". mt Sunday school.
One Copy Six Month__.. ____________________fc________________ 1.00 which will any more. greatly benefit all 11:00 a. m.-Preaching. Subject: I L

One COPY. Three Months...._.__.____..:.________---. __________'__-- -?I the people of your' great and .wonderful "What'You Does!" The Lord's. Supper MeanTo

(Entered at the Postofflca at Kisslmmea, Florli) ". a. second-class mi tr.) state now or hereafter thana I 7:30 p. m.-Preaching. Subject:
.. comprehensive statute to nave "A Great Gospel.. ,

All mmuntcatlon except from our authorised eorrecpondents must beI' 'from obliteration the fast vanikhing1sources The! ord's Supper will be 'celebrated -
limed. by the writer. of Florida.
at the close of the hit rnin
Rejected, matter will not !>. returned iinloas called tor.Fo..n ;
"Annually thousands of residentsof
service. Every member of the churchI ..
Rpp..f'ftt.ti1 I other states journey to. Florida I is urged to be present.<< What other phonograph
THEAMERICANPRISSA3SOCIATION AdverTUIns 1, most of whofll'e attracted there by The public is cordially welcomed to '
----;.i the presence<< of birds, game and fish ; I fill services. A
f when these resources have vanished ,
FRIDAY APRIL 1. 1921 / Florida will no longer hold for them dares this test ?

.' BARTON LAKE
- ] the enchantment which now alluieii .

JOIN TIlE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: : i them, and thus it is that the millions I 4 ,t

lof dollars, which are now bE'inF.ex-
f 'pended each year by nonresident.during : (Note- It was necessary to brief DID you ask some one about the Edison Tone-

'11 EVER)' resident of this cily owes it lo himself to become an active their sojourn in Florida will i'this I letter because of lack of Kpace.. <<, t recital given on Tuesday evening \oHm.

member of the KissimmeC' Chamber of Commerceand every resident of go into the channels of trade in othr I II The Hosing exercises of the Ht'hool.

the city should be at the meeting. tins evening when the election'of officersis '. lands whose natural resourceshave I which has been conducted !Iw MissIlaulerson her 9. 1920 at the Ca not been vandalized to the << wen<< ; "s-ell-attended, and
scheduled lo tale place. The man or woman not al present a member ; point of extinction. I'I were<< of much i interest. Those taking audience heard Giddy /Rice's living! voice flood die "

f should be al the meeting. and should then and there make application for l i ''I most heartily congratulate you I i.nrt in the exercises were Myrtle\ *
I house. It then heard the New Tdi'on -match
membership.It upon the very<< Hplcndid stand you I 'r '!'on. Hrantley Tindall Nell Lane<< packed

should the load of have taken in the matter of saving) Vance Tyson, Coleman Lam- Lincoln of
is not fair and just that a few carry an organization that voice even unto its finestan.ilion shading;
an act of legislature, the peopli'nbirthrighjt Mart. Nellie Tindall Elbeit Tyson
the whole. There is by
that is planned to bring advancement" to no longerany their<< natural resources, Madge Lane, Alex<< Tmdall and Sadie and feeling. Any one whova. present will tell you .
need of "letting George do it. The Chamber of Commerce is not a : which in// reality<< are the treasure Tindall while Mrs.. A..1. Lane read

;. secret organization ; it is not political ; it has no axes to grind save the ,, chest of Florida." the Barton Lake Ituglo! I --her own
'I I composition, and little Nell Lane The art ot the living artist and 4
s axe that will hue down the bush of pessimism and give the tree of optimism PRINCESS"CHRYSANTHEMUM
l'' made an Easter collection I<< for t the
and benefit the entire city. .
a chance to spread out Chamber Commerce is several rods I I AT THE CASINO oiphans' home at Jacksonville. Refreshments its RE-CREATION by the New
The city that cannot boast of a of TONIGHT i were served at a long 1 .

1. behind in the procession of progress and the organization that can hot i There is to l he a special performance i tattle and the viands. were eaten<< hy Edison can not be told apart.

i; chow a large membership of both women and men n a "poor weak sister." at the Casino this even.ng<< : when' moonlight. There<< was" but one disturbing

Let Kisnimmee boast truthfully that its membership includes all the people a charming musical thiee-act come-I element! when several ap-
worth dy, 'Trime"Chrysanthemum.; will I, Deured<< "'1'cll-tunkp-and' it is to behoped It t ino, .iilV |"hn.l ..r that sots < .in tnjoy ('a-I', :MiiMVllfUin. >l -
q in (his city and the adjacent locality that are having ( local talent. there will he no repetition of

Co to the meeting this evening and join the crowd that is doing its } be has given I l/, ,-n by spent in preparation Much time fur the affair. Miss IJaulerson who has : HiiHipel. :\lat'rtnotei> :i-p.iliJiiig: in your (J'\ 'I 1home.

r bett for the city and the county. this affair and the I made many friends during the
( cast induJ..1 TheN1 w K IiMyi" l.i':ngill that the j;', at!
I Col, manof the well-known ,' ) term has gone to her home atPierce.

pie of Kig"imml'-two facts whuli *r1. -t tan !.IIIII!, vpt< hi- jihv-u.il' pu-M-mv II s
I A. J. Lane and family attended
PoLITICS should draw an exceedingly large "
i, TAKING POSTOFF1CES OUT OF houhe There is to be a chorus of Easter services nt Saint {Cloud and the plumoicraphic triumph uf thV: iurt

I thirteen voices, and there will ho a later joined with other neighbors at
"POSTAL Facilities and the establishment of the system should not be half-do7 clever dancers; while tin- the home of :Mr. and Mrs.\ M. P. Tin-

made an institution for profit or politics," declares the new postmesler-gen-; entire comedy abounds in catthvmusic dall enjoyed where! by an thirteen Easter egg-hunt children was and 7fze NEW EDISON t.

t" oral) Will Hays. Then Mr. Hays goes on to say that every means possiblewill feature and there songs.will In 1 IK-addition to"this some rown-ups." Refreshmentswere
<< "Jailbirds in
.. the service--and extended article adds details served.Rev. .
be taken to improve in an -i which Douglas McLxvan ill be -een :
which appear| lo indicate that there will be no sudden '.termination of in II high special C. O. Collins will preach hereon "The Phonograph with a Soul"

.', the terms of the present poalmasters-provided they are thoroughly capableand Similar and all are invited.<<
I
NOTICE. ( "inum and! hear) th.- wot""d"I'! "r vmirsi-lf. ', '
efficient. '....14 IC e.F' riiItls'M".. r 1.t;
Such if carried will far towards making friend for the Notice is to all Ihrw Million Polar I'h in. g'lph': tli.it KK:.CKi I-\115:: i
.: a plan out go hereby given patties .. . .
I l'n.l 'u-
administration even though it shall disappoint some cf those applicants concerned<< that I will not be responsible lion ,""u. d out ..r anil, iin.l.. III- ". ..11r thl'r soul of muIICENTRAL I '
,: I for any bills! either pnr -* .. it,. ,'Ir. tilt <<<*.,.urn III. OHI.ol.l '"..11.
who believe that appointive'", official should be turned out of office without .
an of .
un.l. ot
future, contracted by :Mrs. H I.. l.M.it. F'1"iJld., r .litr ,
DRUG STORE
regard to lime for which the previous appointment was made. It u to West fall.If.1tx ..luii.i4Ui., ; I1'! Lu! 5'h. n ul ;,<>IK>- \vM.inn .
I ix i-liTitur' and. i': I. i.. HI. y, .v
/ be taken -for granted! that in nearly every- posloffice in the country the postmaster FRANK M.: WESTFA1.I-. : F ItitHS and. Hull II...>. art- dtfn ; 1 have l I.*si.d dad w ill onrr'fnr
his duties and the absurdities administration upon
+ ably filling = .
i is any PERTAINING TO CHURCHES I silo. and ... II to the hi"h-**! and I IM
7 i are that to condone any element there should be a wholesale beheading of t.l.ld.-r, r... .null,. .it tli.- I vat door ..f Night 21 PHONES: Day 41Tli I
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tlo .urt Hour at hlssrill r. i Isr.la -
1., officials. While it is true that "to the ,victors belong the spoils it i< equally: Christian Church I ,. . .
''UII'). Flm Ida in th. II re I Mon, -tri., it a"i 'i .1 ', T. I 'i t . i S
I that of f his position regardless of the time for which .j In of Mav 1WJ1! tttt ...."in- being lli" .
deprive ,
true to ., ,
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a mart . no.d.1 I i" .II- r I'I li) "i v I !I. I I.
'i 'I l d.t .r .aid month Hint l.uilMile : (
i
.', he ba been engagedwith no visible excuse except lo please a f friend ri' Rev. W. H. Coleman<< Pastor. . ..1,1: l>it\. % -ii Ih'' h-ouis .ifI. .,r'h d.| .1 i ,, M. .1| I ..I', ', h| NI, |1.11- ,Iti't I" >, I
--- I I. \.n ,I.rl. V M "''. .lurk ,, .. .1
> Thie. Mill 1 I. '
business '-Ii what might be called good policy. .P.
a 0:00 school. annwlnu <
nol a. m.-Sunday I M ,..r H.II.I" .I!.,) Ihr! ,. 0J
Iti The administration will find that the mass of people irrespective of all! 11 :00 a. m.-St rnion. -.III.I. l.al ,lit.' Kltll.ll.'I III an ul t
. . '....
j'I political affiliations, believe thai a fair deal for everyone 15.' a best policy: 7:30::\ p. m.Sermon. i'.f* < ola <, t.,"n.I. t.i-i.iiiii.i.ii.i.ml, Itull'I> th'lti-,III.MI-. I"fltlI

' and if the new postmaster-general will work -to that end he v\il be one of I A welcome for eve rybody-espe ' \ .,.".1 *-X. ill 0.11.. .111.1 "Mft'" :
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'il. ciaily strangers tf v ,it Lot 1. th. K.I-I li.ill .I I.'i I J i I II.
the best-loved of all public officials. 1 I..'l'. 4. '' .in.l .. ..I I.1..1. n.. I I. 1...n. !
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1\ I Presbyterian CharchRev .. ;, ., .: "'I1:1: ?'' .: .. 'I.I .:: I 1 L
MOORE HAVEN NEVER INP.. L BEACH COLNTYNUMEROt'S -. 4. ;. '. ,i" I 11"u 1 t 1 i I II 1
II. resth.I Pastor ,
W. _
'I.I I li. I *. !J" JH .1 J -4
11.' I .1 .1, .7 ..1 III"' .1. II'" . i I I' I I' 1'
\ Florida that through 10.00 a. m.-Sunday sd onl.,] 'I''.. II IJ It 14 I :. .. .ai H. 01,,1:1.11..r"I..k" I :I..". I.
claiming
publications in are now : \11.:1'
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the. work of "gerrymandering politicians" the thriving town of Moore Haven' 11:0. a. m.-1Vorship. Subject : I 1'1..1.l -.x.i., I i7l. VII of III.: .l I I l'i:, to'"I
1"1'h. Salt of The Earth." \11..l I 1:1.] h. :Nlin= 'i" it".I! II..' . ..... ..__ . .... .. .... .. .
:-:-:- :,:-: .. :-:-:- : : : : :-:-> :-: < : :-: ;-:-: : : :-:-:":":":" :" : -:->':'0-----:":""
DeSolo ,
ha been shifted from Palm Beach notwithstanding ,
county into county i I '::11(1 p. m.-Christian Endeavor.: ::1. I I. T. n i' li'l of Ili.'I.'" .01" It niI.

,.', the fact (hat Palm Beach county has recognized since the forma I ":0/1 p. m.--\Vorshlp. Subject!' : :I I.-.1;. I It >."> 'on< ''nnpn ill lit.01.In.-) s 1 -ill". .I!.I.1 I.\iMoti>' ',ihoriclaJ ,,. I

tion of the town by Promoter Moore of Seattle that the place was wholly "A Singular Walk." I'lnt ..f tl>.. aid "UI"'I' I Ias
8:00 Wednesday.: Prayer'This r'or.I.,1 it in nn", t II he, "t'u .\ 1
cutside that county. When Moore first saw that tract of land lying between I. p. of 0..1:1 fountKlmtdn., In Plat !
,
Likes Okeechobee and Hicpochee, and had made a tentative deal for the !, I n..tt :0:... I I. poses )>S.and fill; nlno .th.. I| FOR ONE WEEK ONLY I. 'j I
) [ South half of the S..r"hen at 'I
property he told a select gathering, in West Palm. Beach at a banquet he You Can't Afford to Miss ], thi' Not: 'th half nt the. "lieu Ii.-H.nt. |
,
I I t.*r-t, tlM" :N'tlienst| qua rlrr ulll..1
provided that he deeply regretted the fact that his purchase was not in .Southw-ot quarter ami;. Hie ..ut
Palm Beach that when he shown the he in of th' "$ .uth..t quarter, nf "u'( : .:
.
1 county; was property some way Attraction Every MondayAT w -i .) !"ill. i .f S.itli.li. :Nln.-t.': .. n M'1), _.. :::
was given a hint that his countyseat would be in West Palm Beach ;. but in T"'I'' | 'Tnintv,,' .. 2".l' s.oilhII s| +
i '!'I n \ \ < ':'. > i I.: .! \1,.... \K": !
any event he was to finance a railway between the two points which would THECASINO- ..' :N't 11,1 NYl'', ..r M: '. .nut fi 'i.n .
,t. lake the trade and business of the new town to the east coast. But Jim .. I VI' : '. "i, :NT: : i, ..r <" I l' 'I'np', WE OFFER
j". It.u'd' "s-ci of :N\\; nn.I fric11" '
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t, Moor f..11 down-and from lack of finances and failure to secure the goods ilVV I '< of :NK1. of S.i 1 I',. '1'itp .,

& from others the railway project had its beans spilled. .''Th i I':: 'in tli.-. I Hi l.t\ iif .Vpill I''J1' Gold Medal Hour.Oiient . I IJ: I:1?, ,'..irk 70c1 II, Sack $1.35 =3}:

:G No one who is in any way posted regarding the location of Moore! I. n FMtMI.H.: :r.
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Haven could have (formed any opinion other than'that the town was in De- :-li.-'ff .r i l. lotintri"i Ifi-lit.,1MI'I i Flour--------- IJ !b :Salk. 75c ; 2-4 It, Sack $1.50 :

Soto and the line of demarkation has been times shown from -- ----- --- _
county many M .: t\V MVSIKK'M s\l.i::. Delicious S. R. Flour u. 12:: !t l.. Sd' k. 70c ; 2-1.11. hack $1.40 :f ', p'Luztanne I
Bear Beach which lies a little to the. west of Ritta on the south shore of i -
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aL I l-ii.l. i and ly, Mr!inof n Kin 11 I I"t
Okeechobee. Coflee--- _ I II. Sic tlnee for
.e .r for. t, loHiir' III lii.'I lr.nil can ; / 1.00: .
.. I I' art of .iHool.i r-i.\ihtv. ,In the I.IK. I
,,' '< M Smith. 1"'IIII.I..I".nl.,. fed sus. I Oatmeal, Royal Scarl I.. _ _ I p.Hl.d lOc; three for 25c
TALLAHASSEE LEADING- Some of-'these murders were com- J IE Thom is. .t..f.| i iliint. th. und i-
slcn'd Si. ilal, M.iHl*r hflM talon; ,
OSCEOLA SHOULD FOLLOW mitted by knocking the negroes/ << in t 'h irir. ..r and Hill ..ffi.r fur sal.st1, Fall Pink Salmonc; -ma'ler'!: sire, two for 25ctwcltc 4l
the head with an axe and in some liuhlli. outr>' In front, of thi- < *ouitlloijse .1
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cases the were<< chained together ; floor ,In KlHHtinmi. Fl.'tlili.. toth l Soap--------------I
'6 Acting upon the advice of the negroes hiuhM' hlddel fur <.....h. on Mooflav Ivory lakes (or $1.00
stats tw",.', o' h.."" h in the matter and 'thrown into the river I th.2d" : day of sip v. 1I21!': the r.il 1
alive. It was the finding of three of loKlllL' ll.-Sfl i lhrd la rid HltU.ltl'. JV'ill.1 Coin Felli,_ _ _ idrk.we 15c
ft making it practically impossiblefor !per | ; two for 25c
end I. In INC.' 'ol.i 'ounly. Klori.l i.
these bodies chained which loll
<< << together, f. I .. ,
the malarial mosouito. .
or any he -
i.r HO much h. n of an shall Hiiary '
f'' .thlr brc.ci< ,,f Tnosqoitc to live and I brought out the disclonur-s for" vY to satlsfv a <]..<.!..-.. of I
l 'hrive! !i" Ix>' n tour'th" authn'lr i. :, Williams and his servant Mannin and niHts, towltst . 5.l I
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will be rtied.A << t \\ half of tinSouth. n l gun
flea of Tallahassee and the county i i of the Vortli-ml ili.irt.-r| I VV *4 of theSE .
hava irn s jr"r'J n: ..._-. j r!...i*>,,," '< of NK'4.: .I and the Soul,,'a.tquarter I| WATERS &CA8SON GROCERY I.
fire of : has burned ..
movement; wliierr- ..will'in lu ; flies frightful force of Its.S"nth. -nat nu.irtet .rtho _
more than one thousand homes in : !Noith.itxt .IIUIII.T,. a. well jlS mosquitoes and with the of '.. SI'.j
if :NK: 'es :North; half sL
+ .istance of the state board of Tokio and thefinancial loss is mill KllHt hl'f. COMPANY
health, all restaurants hotel, board- at more than $12,500,000. or I<...u.h".t11111'1.*-! of S"'h""I, I J,
Thousands of families madehomeless iiu.irt.-r i KVi of S\\" '. of SK': > "fX. ,
<< were i
s Jug houses and places of sellingf eat- and than hun- : ....Iton 12 T i" lshp 2< S-- It 2'' .} TELEPHONE 12 KISSIMMEE
I more one
r ablell which could be a menace to East .
' health because! of flieR will he made dred and twenty-five people<< were in l'ur has.to lit) for deed a
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fly-proof and sanitary in other respects also jured. I II r A. 1',.... dalInal., ..r III ,'h.'"' el M >** "> >4" <" ><"M-4-M :-XXGO -:-:-:-:-:..:..:-:-:..:.-: ...:-:.( -:. ..:-:-: :-:-:.<-:-
if not already so, -and it is III.T"S I'I.EI'OEII.: :
expected that Upon county will\ FLORIDA MUST HAVE I S..II.It..r for <<..",,|.1..111/1,1) 10"M .

loon be a mosquitoless community. I I I BOARD TO CONSERVE 'UTI( F; 0.-.'-h 'TEIC''I-- -r\LF- ;-- yp{ } }.}.'r{ ?Wrri{} ; +}{ .{ : lh } rM {'Yrrq a'' {s0 tr
For the purpose of assisting in I ALL GAME AND FISH f
i_ this movement. Pr. Ralph N. Greene I I Nodes In In I i.-l,', ali .-n thm un.l. r-
In ..f .ertiin Kliiiil I-.Irr.e
tate health officer accompanied by''1 (Continued from Page One) .sod in \iitn.-i hiin.--rv H dated Ih.. lot dui r I

Chief Sanitary Engineer George W. solute failures; they have revet and nf Mar. .V II' 1 '.21. .,t.r..1 In Ih.ran. .

3 Simons. Jr.; Dr. F. L. Tatum district never will be enforced. .versu..' ..r.Th.Nisennn; P KrlliliK.is..... I.IIml..r oniilnln1nt. "..111- 1 TO HAYES' STUDIO -;

health officer, and John Lynch There is now in the game and fish paua[ Florida .rr'.II"n.' .
sanitary engineer, visited Tallahassee protection fund of Alabama river a Urlrk 4'ornpnny, a Kloit.l.i for p.rn-I I

+ last week while Dr. Greene was hundred thousand dollars placed [tlon- Stale Rank organized, bf K end iHsininitCorporation ,-xlstlnu ( Over The Rexall Store ) iL :

'I enroute to Pensacola on board of there under the operation of the) under the IRWH of (he Stale of Florl-
health business. The other officers conservation laws of this state, whichis da. and S H ))ullnrk. us lierel>.tr ofhe j But Service
remained at the Capital to render a net 'profit to the tax-payers of [ Slate Rank of Klxslmmii- In-. For the M.-

', all possible assistance in the work. this state. In the meantime we have Rolvnt l. In roe.th.-porn(-"Iriult tlon ''He.0""po ndnIM.pending of the is

Tallahassee ia probably the first 'secured hundreds of thousands of S..n'.nlh .lurliriiil ('Irt ult of the I .
..1 community .to take an active stand {convictions for violation of such sta.tutee State of Florlila. In and for Kcifolnbounty Demanded) l
against mosquitoes and flies in the and each the infractions In hanrt-rv that I I. It,. SATISFACTORY PORTRAITS
I year 6 lmlKned. n.. Special Ma.trn( Ihl.l' i
tate this spring: but reports from are becoming less numerous. .-a.... will onr..iulnx .'.15.grid. iliv by ,
other sections denote that the dread { "One day is set aside, each year Mnr. A n 1121 lnr' ,IK th1irnl! Patrons
I'j of i..il.. '. IIIfr'int. .lo-.r of the Our
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b of malaria, and the desire for cleanliness ''for the study of birdstheir economicvalue 1 Court hours HOUR In 5.. Nlmm-e, iis.eol. ,* ) and
and civic pride has caused i and their relation to the happiness 1 County 1"Idn., offer for sn'e. and e
them to follow out the advice of the and prosperity of man. Assuredly I sell. at public .nut-r\ rur. ash In -

tate board of health.BRIEF \ the best means of conservation hand. to nrrllied! the hlrh'M i>toik.-rtv, bidder.st1llat the f.ilnwltm Ino.oln '- KODAK FINISHING
"- is by and thorough education. : fount)'. Florida In-wtt.
f BITS FROM EVERYWHERE You cannot secure such education : Hln. 'Its one ((11. Two '121 Four < 4t Iteet Service -
Six i'). S. -..n (7) Kicht .RI. and all
Clyde Manning, a negro in the without a department of conserva .>f H'.rk Thr- 31( Exrept' slrln' is TRY us AND BE CONVINCED.
of tion. Only the states of Florida. One: Hundred ( less) F.t wide across .
of John Williams Jasper
employ Mississippi and North Carolina are the' outh f nd of l.ot Four ((41..r sill. .
What Get
county, Georgia ,has confessed to without of I Illor1 and! nil or nl.irk 1"1- i- "IT.) Iv- They I
departments
the murdering by himself and his (conservation InKSouth of the Al-lnntli-' <'on.t l.lneR
of eleven neg-roe8--the or some similar commission or department ll-ond In K B V ntersin..' Son's OUR MOTTO : "EVERYDAY SERVICE"e
employer to enforce their conservation -: .ldltl-.n to the Town of Klssu"rl'veFlorida .
murders) being: committed at the instance statutes. ns h"'n hv pint on ft'In I
of Williams because he feared I the ofM-o of the r-lrrult ('"urt of Os-I I .
I leased from the penitentiary "Florida has a magnificent opportunity 1 peola Countv Flo*'fJOHN-> L. C. MAYES
the negroes to profit by all the mistakes s rvnEi.. Artist r
tell of awful condition .
k would neolal' Mnot.T In f'han- ,
ri1, under which they labored-I I' c..rT> In this rnn
situation! of slavery. 1' Try a classified in The Gazette tf j W J PTFKO.
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'' 'THE KISSIHHEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, APRIL 1,> 1921 FIVE

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I Use Gulf 'fertilizer-the' load that Mr. and Iltrs'R. M. Angus left an I .

I ITEMS OF A. WEEK I gets results. Ross Graves, agent., early bound hour for Kobe on Soun Saturday<\.-Mr..by Angus cat, .

board Regular
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Nelson Open next Monday, Captain J. 11. Weatherly" who wasa '
Read 'Realty Company's ,
Sixteen Dollar Shoes now going athalfprice
resident of Kissimmee some twen
add. *
Y classified ',, at H, C Stanford Com pI" No. 23. Broadway ty years ago, recently died in Jack-
t Use Gulf "fertilizer' -the kind that fly's. Bank sonville. lie has teen for a numberof DRY'GOODSi ,
Osceola County
Across from
'" frets results. Ross Graves, agent. *
1 I A. M. Porter, who has been guestof years an Important'worke.f for
J. T. Burckhalter,* of Euatis, was. his daughter, Mrs, Marion Farmer the advancement of 'Miami. :

I.' transacting yesterday. business' in Kissimmee returned to his. home in Miami, on Compound Lard:, 2Ibs. _,___,25c Alfred Beauregard, a really dealerof
I Tuesday Kansas City, who has been a visitor -
I Furnished Flat for rent. W. B. Two email farm's improved; on Fancy Corn, 2 cans__-_____25c in Kissimmee for' the past two J -
Harris, Gazette office. 14-tf 'brick; close in and cheap. Easy : months,' drawn here by the fact that
Spring; and summer ,goods at to ..terms; Nelson Realty Company I Campbell's Beans 2 cans___*2Sc his nephew Robert Rolif, was a
day's prices H. Stanford Company I resident, left for 'his 'home on TuJsday '
C. Mrs. W, II. Arnold owner ofthe
Uneeda Biscuits pkg. _____ 9c '
i lOsceola House but who is lOW conducting : Prices That Mean Big Savings to You
Mrs. Flam and children arrived in; a hotel at Eustis, was' in Oysteretles., pkg. __---_,- 9c Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Bagley, of Levering
e KisHimme-e from Orlando this week Kissimmee on Wednesday looking : Michigan, left on Monday for
and will again become residents of after matters of business. White Side Meal Ib.________18e their northern homo' having spent a roR R
0 this city. I I Bad debts collected or no pay. Results pleasant winter at 704 Mabbettestreet. Madras 36 inches wide; good quality; about 15

It Try is the our best New yet.Hampshire Per pound cheese., 40e. trict manager guaranteed.. J. M.. Willson.15-tfc dig SPECIALGold parts! .of These Florida. people but visited liked Kissim-various pretty patterns; our price, yard___________,_,.3Sc.

mee best as a comfortable nice home-
. Waters & Carson Grocery Company Arthur R. Green, ,who is engaged like city.Inniel. Good heavy 36-inch brown Muslin yard ________15c
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ttev. ,W.' H.: Colemnn will hold l hy the railway commission of Tallahassee Medal Coffee Ib 45c McClelland has two fine
1
l Sunndv at his homein
services on Sunday at Center Park- spent ,
the services to commence promptly Kissimmee, He hones to 'see the Sun warn cherry bushes, which are Blue Cheviot _____ _______________________20c
al three o'elock in the afternoon. A'time when he tan permanently reside Niagara Brand Coffee Ib 39c bearing for the fiist time this pea-
general invitation is ext ndi> I section although common on '
!Modern 'ae\'l'n-lIOom tvdo-story I Mr, and Mrc A, W, Johnotrn of [the! east- coast; and very but for the depredations showing some good values for 75c, $1.00,
house; large garaerel; bearing fruits; | "Naidanac," were endsf-l the-week fancy Rice 3 Ibs.__ ___ ___20c ( of mockingbirds'' there*
chevip Teinis. See. ua. Nelson. guests of Mr and Mrs J 1. P. Ufel), I' $1.25 and up.
be yield.
would
Realty Company. at Wellesley Grove, IxesburgThe Best Pink Salmon, can______15c ([ !gathered a good
I Mr, and Mrs Gordon Bryan and,
K. F. Cobb Jr., has returned from price. of tickets for the )boat Pillsbury Flour. 24 Ibs___ _$1.63 !'!two children\ left this week for Massachusetts Large assortment Boys'and Men's Summer Cap.

Lake City where he has been. undertoinir excuraion-puinc on Saturday to be to spend some time, after .--______ ________.------------_4&c: and 7ScGirls'
( treatment in the federal hospital given by the junior lass\ of the high | Self Riming Flour 24 Ibs.$1.48'I' ;, which Mr Hryan will sail for Honduras -
for scveial weeks lie is< prac- school will be !T'iOfor) the pupils anl\\i where Its has a large turpentine .Gingham Dresses well made and very pretty
. and is 75c for adults tickets on sale at
tiv."lly irecoveied now nlila (II and timber grant Mr. Bryan
to be about Hit of old I the Central Drugstore ; Quality Goods at Lowest prices recently disposed of his sawmill and colors priced al-___. _______ __ .$1.39 lo $2.50
We are ht"ICI'Iual'lprs| for all the Fish lake ,Hut; !' Pilling Station ;, turpentine' business at Rosalie on theKissimmc'c
beet brands of 'nITt.p( and tea Phone sells gas, oils, cold! dunks! cigar" I I. I rj\'t'I' Women's Gingham Aprons _____ ______ ___________98c
your r.ltI'K--FIt'd knows the WilY. cigarettes, ett Midway J'lw<'I'n'l'] ,Mrs J, M Brown who has been
Wator & Carson Grocery; Company Saint Cloud and KiRsimmee 1i>- |, Six-room house; modern; fuin shed spending the winter in Kissimmee I One lot Towels with blue and lavender borders each 29c
A, S, Gilbert; is constructing a Thomas Rogeis ha-, bought the )I..t' I. I Immediate !JOft"e"Kion. $'151)0: ) ,, and is higlilv delighted with the city I .
fine, fillinK-ptation close to Ins story. M. Kenton home cm Hroadwiiv) and: Might rent Nelson Realty; ( ompany* and it!' env'ironmentsv |left on Women's Vests 19c; Union Suits-__ _____39c to 75eMen's i
on Main tre-i-t ant,! experts' to have will paint 118,1 put the property In' H E. Swnbey. of Saint Cloud\ was: day for her home at Cuxahogn TueR-1 .t

E the most: complete. and up-to-the- splendid condition for n permanenthemte. |, in Ki,, imnw.' on Tuesday- looking Ohio firmly. determined to "Topkis" Union Suits _____ ___ ____ ___ _$1.00Men's
moment plate of its I Kind to I lie found The sale was conducted by after some of his holdings of real stay in KisMmme-e during the coming I
iri this: or adjo.limit eountie-a It will the I Nelson Realty (ompiiny sc'nson much longc-i AI :Mount'
,estate I Blue Overalls_ ____ ___ ___ ______
Apron $1.50
Ix made as uheller in time of Ilr J. M. Rivers hay removed his i! 'our stock of fabrics for Dora I Mis Kr->\.n was joined by lr) up
8t..rlll-lind he plans to tarry a full office from Tthe IMlov building, andIs Examine and :Mrs, J. S. Jump who will returnto
line of supplies.Try )" I now occupying a convenient suite I summer wear and get priers.You'll the same city in Ohio with heiMis '. Men's Blue Work Shirts_ __ ____ _. _ ____89c and $1.00
1 Com- ..
be surprised II C. Stanford .- _
1 the Sanitary I Iair\) i whose in the State bank' block, The offi | .1 Lester Alfoid has rctiiinedfiom 1 i B MI
ni.itto is "Purity and Perfection" rent are on the second floor, frontinglarlmirton pan j a month's sojourn in Kansas Men's Elastic Seam Drawers __ _____- ______--_._80s
Onle-rs\ filled for cream I sweet milk \ uvenve.' Telephone 14R I| New city' administration will take ('its. where she took, it .post-graduate eMen's

. 4 l i'lU-imilk, or milk 1 ro-'i \ 13.41,1The | charge of-affair: into office of Kissimmee next '1 uesdayevening after I, course in hpir-dre-ssing, massage/: Work Sox, per pair_ __ ___ ___15c, 20c, and 2ScMen's
milk Hath at debts-, Cootlnun; .A;,....1' Manhattan udde lustro to its I 1 I'e ng! sworn, and all that goes to draw traffic to a '

Woodall and I F. ('. ,Ilr.\an: <'einipanvPliuiu record of exeeille-nee already attained .lust !: recei\ed orang-hloom I hc'autj jmilur :Mrs. Alford content'plates Wash Ties. __ ________25c, 35c, 45e, and SOe '
\Lei Hotels', i e'mdenre.' If.-I" foods served Sunda wl.e-n : new I' opening a shop of that naturein
by the on hone; with Aunt Jemima's' pancake Kissnnnie, early during the coming .
The I Ka: .ter dinner on Sunday! at the Easter menu was si hedultsl. Thecheerful I flour it goes fine1 Waters & ('ur"o.I'':, masonand will spend l a portion, I

the( 1 EIt.t'tri met only tafe residents was largely of Kissnn-attended !- arranged elimnir-rooni and Ut...o.al..d-md was prettily the ta Grocery; ompany. i,of the summer) in peifei-ting aiinngcments --
by
Lies bore oieleneeof a master hand 1 Several showers during the present !! for making an attractive
nle hut from outside the t..1 y. Hcs V. & Co.
ervatnnwcIV 1I1I"t.l Ijy those living and the many Who were served' week have proved a great boon to place of business Lyles Story
who had in of sortnod I I
, II' II distance-..otht'rwisefanalCer through the dinner, hour, remarked those Nature has been crops smiling any since SAINT; CLOUD JUBILANT ,
iiiv-on would have been unable to upon the excellence of the service asa I -- I
I the ht'a'n.wept.. OVER ELECTION RESULTS
stress I
our for lit, excessive number who wholewith special upon
.1, .III't'd to axUil themselves of his the manner in which every numUr Wanted : To borrow $2,500 on I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
"n.I me nu. was nresentedM gilt-c..clge! security For particulars I| By large majorities in every instance -:- -:-
I inquire at tike office of The Valley\ the voters of Saint Cloud on
8-tf., decided, that "a change of
GUZI'I Tuesday
:-<- -><-C-OKeM- < -9<-S9- -frslA .. . . e. I physicians.. would be )beneficial," and
and the Misses'
JlI1'q M A. Sawyer .
La\'111 1:1'enner, Gertrude Allen and more, tjhan six I hundred .1'c\orR-a
Helen Sawyer drove to Lakeland bv' large proportion of whom were wom-

: POINTERTo I II: auto aster: early services'Ve Sunday, morning to aU.nei...\en-clean fought sweep valiantly of city at officials the polls The fora n _ ___

I nee nflTcrnif all of our large I 1 election there, was passed everywhere, very quietly noticed-hut an r: fiOSSomething

stock of high grade!: shoes at greatly undercurrent of determination that I

II panv reduced' 1 "iri<'e". II. C. Stanford Com* |'there should resulted be a change in the, defeat That determination of-I fS i High Class In fats \

'i I I The* 'I 1 11o I ) nd\ I Les have IMIC'n foiced tho former administration, many or
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to ;rive up, their residencecorner of all. of whom were standing for reelection -
'", ii i- Ue.innirnt and Vc-ronn, and are nice The declaration i made bv .1 .. --
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ensconced in the pretty little cot- to that,
the winnl's. prior Tuesday
i I 1 SEEMAN BROTHERS "WHITE ROSE" GOODS ,
d tie at :(121 Hiack street I for ofle thing they would insist. that

Seyer'al building lots in different i all money deposits I should l he made No. 2 White Rose Pineapple__ ____--___________--___--___40c ,n
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parts of the citj". Bargain prices and only upon a dollarfordollarbondproposition of for No. 2 White Rose Telephone Peas_________________________30c, J ;
favorable terms of payment. Nelson was one the causes '
Realty Company. .'the victory-as much money has No. 2 White Rose Sweet Peas____ _________.i______________25c ; ; -,

-' ) Active work'is now being carriedon I been lost to the tax-payers whole because of Osce-of No. 3 White Rose Lemon Cling Peaches.7 -.______?...,__...___40e ) | '
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in data for the ola county as a .
: and city gathering directory. The< work county will be the lack of''a proper' bond. White (Rose Raspberry Jam _....__________.:!_.._.__?.____50e" ; | r ,

in the nature of a Kazeteer-and will The winners in the election Arrow-,were While Rose Strawberry Jam ______._________-_____-_________50c \ ,' .
much reliable information. C. C. Pike, mayor; George P.
the Money-Savers ; contain : I'smith, treasurer; James (;off, saniUarv White Rose Rolled Oats two packages for__________________25 ', ',
Exeillent modern cottage; finely I
..- I furnished; lots of splendid fruit; two | commissioner inspector; ;Mrs.1. R.Lou Ilight.S,' Hendrix street, f White Rose Tuna Fish _____ ___ I_____' __________35c ! I

nice lots Come let us show you i !bond trustee. White Rose Cocoa, half'pound for_________________________25c ,! ',

SWEETEN UP i ir. Nelson: ;' Realty Company. I I The names of the candidates and [Peaches No. 3 Can, Portier Brand.. ______ _________________30c
I II Wayne Ward who was with his the votes received bv each follow : :
No '10 Blue Karo Syrup--------------------------- _ -$69 father at Tucson Arizona, at the I Poi mayor1: C, C. Pike, :IM't; W. HI ,
: i Blue Karo Syrup-------------------------------- .37 t me of death, and accompanied the I Milson, ar(0I Phone your orders 176; we deliver inside city limit I \
0 I remains to California, has been in I For treasurer: George 1', Arrow-
v:!: \ |II l t Blue Karo Syrup-------------------------------- 121? if if0. : 'Kissimmee several times during the smith, 824 ; .1. I II.) Harris, 270: () I R. S.: FLOYDGROCERIES '

It... \". 10 Red Karo Syrup ___ __ _unuuuun _ _ .75 .1 week Mr: Ward left for Philadelphia i For .sanitary inspector: George 1'\
yesterday upon a business mis- Barber, 21(>; Jame Golf, :3r J.
,_ No. ) Red karo Syrup_ - _ _ _ __----. ------ -------- - - -42No sion. i| For street commissioner: .1. R -; AND MEAT :

:i: . I I1 I Red Karo Syrup_ _ _ _ - - ----------- - - - -15No t X The Methodist church was born in I ]light, 329; N. II, Washburn, 269. i PHONE 176 302 BROADWAY : | .. .
Lou S
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10 Maga Syrup . _ _ _ _"_ _ - -__--_--__ __ -- _ __ I a the college highest and type churchmen of leadership claim comes that Hendrix For ,bond H.jli;; Gehue trustee:Roland, 227. oooo oootOOOtO..
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from the Christian colleger. This -
EAT FLAPJACKS .
t movement in the interest. of ehns I POLICE CHIEF TYSON
Flour __ . ._ ____ ___ _ _ __ -15Pillbbory - -
Pillsbury. Pancake - - - - -- 3: It ian education in the south is rapidlygaining HAS PAINFUL INJURY = ;' ; ;; ;0'00-0 0 ;; Oo 000 0000 ;

Buckwheat Hour __- __ __ ___ --__ uuunu .15' t headway throughout Southern I i -

Aunt Jemima Pan Cake Flour .,._ __ ___ _____ ___ _ _ __ ___ .15 <; I Methodist: ten itory. I By colliding his motorcycle with !a car on as Broadway he was
Attorney George W. Fox long'timp riding '
Post Toavtics _ __ __ _ __ _ _n _-,_ uu_-__ n__ -- .11 a resident of Kissimmee has 'towards Main street last Sunday afternoon and Summer

Kellogg's Corn Flakes _ _ _ __* ___ ____ _ _ _ _ .11 ; |; "traded"bette' street his to fine I. J property. \Dollard on-receiving Mab- {renewed! Floyd such painful Tyson injuries chief .of that po'-ce!: it I Spring -l.4'.iF '

.f SiKerflake Oatmeal ------I-, _ _--___ _ --____---- -- -_ - .11Bulk X in return a residence in Orlando,, | was reported that hm death was liahie -

Oatmealrper Pound _ :------uu--n---------, 06 t and on Tuesday' removal to that city to occur at any moment during
:Mr tax has a Idrge acquaintance I thefollowing night
Pound _ . ,.05Hudnut's counties, I The official was in front of the
Fancy Rice, per - - ----- ------ - -- - bath in Osceola and Orange (

Meal and Grits Pound---- _ 03 i I i Will exchange nice five-acre truck (saw'asino the going Chevrolet at good belonging speed when to J, he E f Goods' 1
[ farm inside city limits, in good $! on-
712 the
Pound------- I heading towards
ai. >. Bulk. Whole! Wheat Flour. ,ditlun for a roadster 01 touting car.Iler"s Montgomery: in

Bulk Graham Flour. Pound ______ _ _ ___ ___ _u _ -- tt-- ?J/2 I! your chance J, N. Parker,, railway being on driven Dakm avenue Chauffeur The Clv-car ,
by
:c line. east from auto tamp, just across : was adjustments .:, .'
GREASE I n Ill, who had been making some I

I Pure Hog Laid. Pound u _ __ _ -_ ____ _ _ -20 i j I railway\\'. 11. lones' commenced onIon 13-tfc- I motorcycle upon weicgoing it. Both too auto rapidly an,1 I af i ii.

J5-Pound Pail Lard Compound __ ___ _ __ _____ ___ __ -- -- 4.85 I 'I .has day hen the removal used as of n photo the building studio, thai cor- '''I"into stop the, and running the city board officer of the clashed cai i Our New Stock is Complete i ,!

a Pound Pail Snowdrift ___ ___unu-u-u------ I-35 t I liver of Emmett un" Orlando-to make'I One of the handles of the rhotor

Pest Creamery Butter .. _---_ ______ __ _______ ._ _ _ __ .60 t I room for the new garage which is cycle was driven into the groin of :. .. <.::,
::0 be built on thnt corner The new i the injuring him severelyThe .
DRINK COFFEE :'tf 1 buil Constructed of coniiete blocks, and j
: (louse __ _ .35 WE ARE MAKING ALL OUR SELLING-PRICFJS ON THE BASIS .
: Pound I Tin Maxwell uuu -unu. -- I will havea roof that will require noupportmg agedMr: Tyson was immediately takento :f.

-Pound Tin Senate _ -- -- ______ _ __ --_ --_ - -- - - .35 i posts his home and medical aid sought, OF TODAY'S MARKETS THEREBY GIVING OUR PATRONS .:.

,1( Pound Tin Lipton's __ -__-- __ _u--- _nu_-un h --- .35 3: More than 1JOOO ;Methodists/, have I but it win not until the followin EVERY ADVANTAGE OF TIlE CLOSEST OF MERCHANDIZING.[ I ,
I srpced| stewardship cauls, signifyingtheir day that a complete e-an ination XI g J
:''l I Pound Tin Our Favorite __ __ ______ _____ _:_ __ __ __ -- .35 of intention of setting aside one could be made. S:nee tliat timeMi ;

... I Pound Package While House __ _ __ ________ __ __ %r_ -35 and tenth church of their work incomes'The for month charity of I Floyd has )been suffering le-stmg, as his edmfortaldv injuries- I '{ YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY INSPECTING OUIi"/* :,+tiY

L I-Pound Package Arbuckle's ___ __________ ____ _____ _ _ ..25IPound f. March: has lic-c'n ,designated; as stew 1'0u1dt't as! a; man and there, is every hope 'LINES BEFORE: MAKING PURCHASES ELSEWHERE'I i ;

I Package Ora.ige Peko Tea- _ __ -50 I nH\\ hip month throughout Southern. that his return to normalcy will be- I fx .\.
Methodism and possible 01 ,
on licit postpomclAPPRECIATES
every
Pound ___ __ _ _ __ .20 .. n
Smoked Breakfast Bacon u ,u - -- - I casion during the month the 17,000 - - - ---

y 10 Pounds Fancy Rice ____u__u________u_ __ ---- - n .45 congregations of this church will l lie THE ACCURACY i SHOES -.f..
.35 !urged to adopt the principles of tithing OF ACCOUNT IN THE GAZETTE"I
No 2 Unicorn Slice Pineapple----- I \ We are offering o'ur large and select line of High-Grade SHOES I
Although thereTeas bi-c'n some de. wish to thank you for the accu-
KAN GOODS at that cannot be beaten anywhere. All Shoes in the ten
KUTTERS ON
WE ARE KEEN crease 'in the cost of living teachers I racy of the mention you made of the prices tf
are yet 1 so poorly paid thtt it is al ('ident which happened to myself I dollar class or better, will be offered at greatly reduced figures.
most impossible to fill the places 01 dollars.
offered '
I Our sixleendollaroes at eight
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SYSTEM those who die or are for('ed inti. '' recently," writes L. W. J"
THE TAYLOR other employments The very life: Waite-, to The Gazette, from his goods P' "
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of education not only in the church. t-mporarv location in. Jacksonville
.rl but also in the state., both in the "All of the matter in The Gazetteis : :'i.STANF :
TWO STORES college and in the public school, de well worth the reading," he adds. H. C. RD COMPANY {
KISSIMMEE pendiT largely upon a substantial in "I hope to see Kissimmee again
HAINES CITY crelase in the remuneration, of the even if we did almost see our finish
men and! women who shape the des- there-and we thank' you for your .
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BASS : Tin're's no pence and little rest, lot' I
IL J the ono who suffers from a bad Lark, '
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uml ii ellsttenKiner uimnrv disorders.i iKipiliiiii
COMPANY :I lenimder I e ,people recommend (Down BOOST BOOST! BOOST!
CONSTRUCTION | \s a ginernl to watermelon Kidney IMIN He guided by tluir1'Xpetleilee .
glowers, spraying H" a prextntive I
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nginnst, wiiteimelon onI I I :11x.. 1.\1.: Williams, ,I0<> I htyatrne. I A.
:thrnr t 'nose, Aleut, end lot\, wilt, thripx, un'''
PHONE 117 KisHiinmte. '11"I. : 1 hlld l
alai', nit'Ion aphis/ -hould l Indone. us ailing in my back--a short time iijr"

soon as the vines begin" to um Keep |It i \\iilifljcult, for mo to trot mound' If You Know How To Boost
the under close oh".rt.ulinn j
PracticalContractors vines you I in the morning, on 'count of the I
( for these diseases and inserts" ,i ". I the small of b K.
1<( \ I ( pains in my "u
and Buildersof fly fxperimcnts tarried em bx th"Txiei and, I ouliln't test comfoitibU"
; | intent Station, Unixeisit\' ,, of I I nights,, I vas tiled most all the; -
]I-'lol'lIla.' data was in tfliiitrit set'urt'(itthT showing !lime too Healing of 1 hum's Kulnt DO IT NOW u nd KEEP IT UP
-adxantnge sprayingthe : 1
v I'lll" I not a box I Doafi1le) -
Structures of All Kinds I,'I unions! I iteved l nit immediate! and in a -hoit I
You not only lengthen the growing: tune I fill one humlrtd percent
''ao'al'oof the melon>, but von muter tei." het-I i
WOOD, BRICK STONE, STEEL, IUlly int' "rt-ade the yield of the crop. Price (( fli ; at all dealers I lI"n't> I If You Pon't Know How To Boost
STUCCO bx j glowing larger melons of excel.'lent simply a.k for a kidney remedy get I
':, qualitx' The first spraying Moan's Kidney Pills the same that
-- |, ,should bt given When the vines ,start :1IrMVIlliapts had.l Fo'ler-'lilbur-n(

Painting, Tinting, Paper-Hanging i i dunning| a second, when I the melons ) P., Mfrs, Buffalo, v. (.. )I TAKE LESSONS u hId JOIN THE CROWD
set.1 and the third two xvcekx later
Ethan the ",,','nncl. Use 4.4-"II bor I
Everything in the Building LineN. I I ill mix mixture for bacterial discnues.Hlid ' : c'ultl\'lIlor, and ether: shallow lain 1-

i add, black, leaf 40, one part' to1MM rut mg IInplt'1I1"I1I" ,
Upon request! I Itslll h. glad 10 fllr-I ...
F. BASS JACK BASS I ( ) parts of \\al..r'h'n inducts arc ,:
bulletins ''truck .
I' fnless t neeevsnrx. do not nlh on citrus Prop
J22 Royal St. 515 Sproule AT*. wink present anioiiir I tho vines ,,111'I they ''fal-1I1' crops. poultry, h\( stock andother Your Prosperity our Prosperity the Pro ; of Int'r.,1. )hccry :
publiephones
are wt-t, That is: a good! time tnpreMil 1,
----- I the tlisiase, if any I is presentGdert Tu."day is "'p..nl In Saint ('loud the entire community lies in the completion of the
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RUN-DOWN, WEAK I 11! I Salllrday I" my office ear III
I in order, that the mixture w KISSIMMtf-SAINT CLOUD-MELBOURNE CROSS-STATE HIGHWAYThe
thoiouithlv If possjl. '. atomsprnying I KI'-'II1I11I"' and you are IIlway'.1.1I 1
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Strasburg! Va -"Som* years alto
whoa the I heavy Moon' ( i ion i- C''I11 10 Ball I- :
In poor health wait In weakened a rundown a- (V"rlllllI' "must hitill"tn t? I I I Magnificent Bridge crossing the 'Indian' is practically, com-
I J\alarr'! "ow', Liniment tot: l
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condition Our Piixiiit brooking) tiff blooms) wirh I tin' Apply that 'eln\es l i pltll'd."hE'11 the draw hall open and close (for the first lime it will do
loints ache It i >""
hi (Irder' iuu\ klimp and bluestone
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home doctor sf and lie sir,. that ache. in live: J It. .t, 11.. end, netiiiliri';! so at a cost of( more than $100,000 for thai is whet, one man, the man at
adgnr.
roulil\ do m<> no in / ) lime .1:0. : ,'. i nn\t>,'. and'l I .1
pain -
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=-- good and I feltoeiriiKed tli you' iumixluie use only fresh You will prepared''got nnuliluttir Lot I Her| htittlt Sold 1 li\, licrson's| < I'liin,, the head of( IJ\DIALANTIC.BY.TIIE-SEA. has pent in order to make that I
dl Myhll.laIHI ni.ii charming resort the more conveniently reached. Hunk ol than I Ilien I view
sold. to n-nits if you, m:,ilce your own
OJ'h>' tlon't mixture- \bosiilt. ;a 1 swing ti; you. In NANSVILLE-WHITTIER r he proposition and you will be the more of a Booster than e\tr l
quit eloitorInt '''nn irmiiMntx. Imlrittd I 111"' .. in' 1Th 1 *
you'; with tin.so i.imouiitx iiiii-, -fo'rlh 'I" on.-Iwlt' l MKLLTHr LINn ED EFFORTS OF ALL lifE BOOSTERS OIHUM. '

doctors mid I try Dr Pit're'e'B I I"..ivoiiteFrestrlpllon' gnat.I than, quo('I'inn'; '. m ibe\ 11-1." '\ E 1HKIV1NO I AND' OPTIMISTIC COMMLMIIIXIIL: HRINOBOL1 '

I did HO with wonderful \' \'I'I ust ai-slnrkcd, : lime" I F\.tt' :ttt.v i llic':1: : \ ;al,l M I'">"ie i t.uo' '
'I HE COMF'ILTION:\ ; OF IML ITW \II\1HIFD OII )I F11I
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I HKiiliB before I tinfirst, bottle' fining!: lU'iis tin- iiiiini| fn I : I"I11I"h! ,I I, 1 ln 1-"I :: satin| 1 of t thou I I II 1[
waa n nl h,1. 1 lined 'thiee hurtles, quint nil i\'.itmn' In jiiixx t tit \In.si ,.",loll et' men hat Lure: tS t work; for, I (.1 iVY CONNECT: IML \\ONDLUlLL: 1MIHIOR I \\1HI I I III I II![:
also the ,I'li-nmnf' 1'.1 h.in'. and |hate :small/ iml frequent| :pHI, u'al'"I' I till. 1 1-1-1 ::( I "I 1 b IVI C BE \TIE.70 PLL \ L HI.s: lOBE rOL'D1 I
j been healthy ever shire I .can ferldtrrr! will In "nioir' iffitiint than I 1.,1 I I' ml,,%" Mi, and) M I'H \'. r
highly retomniend thewo mi>illt! im-s oar Injftr ajiplu',, \ 'ation' throughout PhillipS II 1 F." In, :and I f..IIjly., I I': 1[
to all who need them."-AIRS S C. the' vi' ir. A juo.1 I thing; it it'menu 1':,,i\tei/' :and.I I' I I.:. 1 Ki"'irht! went! I" INDIALANTIC BEACH YOUR FUTURE PLAYGROUNDIT'S .
EELY. Im in .anl1j fur, all our tites "is ti Mliiritin' \Ill: u1T on Kissimm' '''e ,Ii\ <. C
Send lee to Dr rierros. Inviillds cultivate more' often, and ,'lIt'do\\n \vluit they caught .iliout thirtfixe \ MONEY IN YOUR POCKET TO .
Hotel In HufTalo N V for a I trial theII<* of fertih/i. Grass, weeds.., ./ trout r
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package of the !i"r >scrl|>tlun Tatleta and dry weather may he held in The turpentine ciymp; ut Six-mile TO BOOST THE CROSS-STATE HIGHWAY ,
check by the use of the harrow, the creek. is still operating, . j jt

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'al'e "ViciunK. .slrsiSolnerpct/ ;$'> .'.. parents .,
order fertilizer'without : )
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BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES You will)) make mistake tat I. Mimi :i,1t: : I -.. r
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:Mr. and :Mrs S.: T. Stearns are (II:
1 .retting our NEW PRICE LISTS JUST ISSUED PLENTY OF MATERIALS In Tennessee

PROMPT: SHIPMENT. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides, visiting B.II.. Guy; M-iteel! (iMilnut, to like 1[
INDIALANTIC SALES COMPANY
Sprayers Poultry Supplies up Ins monthly nppointnit
E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER. CO. :\11'' ''. 15 :\1"1 bas muted I to ( )Is j:
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dreath; net.,detlho! \\,r* have hilp 1
ed out the growIng ornutons-and. L Sales Managers, : K'
then. i is probability of more rain C VERNON D. HAVENS R. P WHITE
dux1 Story and family of l.f>
I were "shopping" in Kenannxille k".e'l. HENRY O. HART E G. PLITIBOSL

ta urilax- aft"rnoon.Ir.: Story m sec I )[ sr .
i hon foreman at Loko ee. ,
I" The 1,'EC carpenters are WITH H. M. BREAKER REALTY COMPANY
engaged; in building a new here--1 j r
t. the workmen 230 KISSIMMEE 115 Broadway
GRowEisprobems i .1. II. Smith has two mi ] Telephone
Splendid 'lIblll'j/-an"; he) is giving tall
of his neighbors; large quantities '

of them V, ... ..... 4"I ..... .
I, ( must bec'oc'ked ; :Marion Johns, who has been suf V -'U" .. .. .. ., 1f ,, -.JUt- 6/J. "

f"rinlfrom: a felon on his right. hand I -- -- ---- - --
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for some time then being! a belief ,

out by I II at one that time amputation by his attending would hE'l physician ne,, I F or Interesting Reading You Are Cited to the Many Advertisements Appearing In This Issue

ee"5"ary, is now gradually recovering _

the.I'owel's and will soon be able: to_ lie at workChamberlain's < rt _- rn -vvv n-f-

I I \ (ongh Remedy'I I : : :

ht- ::great benefit derived from the

: united.' I use has of been l rhnmherUin"greatly acknowledged Cough Remedy by 11 C

many Mr. Benjamme F. Blllk'ney,1
locator. III., writes: "ChTmberlam's, SEEDS 1
: Cough Remedy is by fur the best C
:1'A medicine for colds] and coughs: we j|
have ever used in our family I Ravel: 11 I

_....... aoI.. ebea.tt o it to my children when small for i \
croup and have taken it nijsclf"CITRUS ;1

,, EXCHANGE MEET \ 1 UNITED SEED STORES .

..esr WILL BE HELD IN MIAMI i iI I
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-- Exchange; have inaugurated a new (The Gateway to the Scenic Highland)
departure by calling next month's I :
r regular: meeting; of the board to be .
held at Miami instead of at the regular i '
a meeting place In Tampa. The I We Have Them H
I me"tinjwill; l he held in Miami on the '
). forenoon of Wednes-elay April 11 .
'i, The ordinary routine df business will , .
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I be handled together with any special 1920 Northern Crop Jail Received
!! business which may arise' The regular ,

:1 r Have you lost your appetite? of the monthly Exchange meeting Supply of the Company directors I., Garden Field: Flower: :

Do you get so tired with the also will be held in Miami immediately -
i I day duties that you're unable following this m'etinlThe: Samples and Prices on Request

1, to enjoy an evening with selection of Miami as a meeting
friend or at the movies once place at thin time is occasioned by Potatoes
Onion Sets Seed Just ArrivedPratt' 1
the 34th annual session of the Florida -
losing
in while? Are
a you Horticultural Society which will :

t f. y, year springy coqcheeks step? and your I take place in Miami April. 12 to 15'1 i Stock Remedies and Tonics ,Dr. LeGcar't Stock Remedies and Tonics ., < -

Dr. Miles' Tonic A torpid liver needs rn overhauling Pratt's Poultry Remedies Dr. LeGcar't Poultry Remedies

t health It has been with Herbme.' Its benefits are immediately : Insecticides Spray Material Dips and e
= I wag made to restore to people in your condition. apparent Energy takes' : Poultry Supplies Disinfectants Pyre
at benefit to thousand who were afflicted Just a* ycm are. Sulco V B Armour's Fertilizers
1 Wydon't the place of laziness!, appetite returns .
t I yon' try a bottle Get in line for better healthtoday. and< the hour of rest brings .
... abtE .Every Drib Store carries Dr. IUa' Medicine with it sound, refreshing jileep. Price to,. -

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the liCe thl. description drawn ces and addresses Mrs unknown YOU 14.. I. St.iullO.lyth *. A. O. .F-ledce
I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Intersects with, the meander. tine of- and ,each of you are hereby commanded l M. Cndcl. Mrs W. C. 1Basi.
the Lake, contalnlliM about Twelveindhit&f15apt'a4.fI to appnar In, shove rntltladruiiim John 8. Cartel. H. J. Hnmen, ,
he.-aa*. .nn nr .bp, ti the. day ofApril.
0" -. 4th . | 3LA..lrartntirF: 5 Qilbert.
CflRSOJiFIIRJIIERSELLS vnd of Lot Numbered Two (2) In .' A. 1>. 1 Ml. ., H. ltaith. 1tS'"Aldt.i'tfltE i
.8 I FOR SALEKAN$4 traln. Must Hell 1 eoauno'' of "lcl\n'I/'.". Section Nine. IK); Township Twenty VVITM3SS the Honorable C. O. Andrew K. H. 'Kloyd.C. . ( eo. r Oardner.
in family. Mr*. H. E. Smith. 'VK*", five <*&). South of Range Thirty (30) *. Judge of Iho- above Cour and Hucklea. Oarffon! Farmer. ,

Young Tlnduir.., 16-lfx Kaat. ill y name a. Clerk .t he"" rid the item I.I IM pror, Alexamntier Aker
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$ MAN who has an e.ltc..llentI..I'IU MILTON seal of Mild Court (> "
I'LRUflKH. at. KI."m. *ce. A. W. Halley. man; 1
of bOO oct close to eduiityStrut TOTATO FLANTS-"orto lllco potato A* Siteclal Mailer In Chancery. out CoUnty Florida, day H.Y.. Dolce.J < R 11 Jone.. .
tow r farm hlnlily linpf'ovtul; tilnntB., 20c per 100. J. N, I'arker Km HUH & HTKKI, of December Mi. 1 *0.ICIHCUIT J ul. A. HohwelknrtO.v .\
boat of Bull; large acrvuKe. In rowInll' ill bJR n"pr.tr.et
Hoyal treet. ld-ltx Sollcltoin for Complainant J6-SI SEALS ) f. IjUiifpr. K.
wheat will cxi-hiiiine fur Osceoltt -- -- A
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"'OUII11I''I.ert| ) on account of T\\I'N WHITER I I1.\ItO A I -ITnderwoodH. KUTIfK TO ('IIBIJTOlt5 v A* Clerk of the above Court. H. Hall. I. .n Cooper.Tyner. ,

Fire, Life. Accident and jtlckncsM in .Ills lumlly' ..requiringchuiiKu IteinlnKlona, HmllliB, Ftoy'ala, KRIBDS ft STEEl J. J.' .Woodall. Ii M.: Pfann.: < ;
of ullniutu. !'h imeai.sbusl.un Monarchs Ullvera, Coronaa, $25 to Court of Sollcltora for 4-Ut S
: Ja l""I'r I. the County Jmlae. Onceol Complainant J.V.. MoMahan.ri. I DavMcon.Lt .
and will' und $7fi. New, Beeond-hand nn Health, Plate Glass. Lia- square-value for value- Connlet' -, Corona tucetary, KxchanKea > NOTI'E OF APPI-irAIIO.V FOR TAX T. N. Clark. Joe Nemlta.
talk It over.SOSIU repairs, supplier. Horn*- Rstat UKICU. A.
of Henry H, F..rt. W. Joiner. M. M. Miller.
KiKST CLASH Improved. prop. Practice Touch Typewriter course. To *,hI Ieitalef C.. O. MoCoskey. Mr. A. Wenvpl
bility and Boiler Insurance. .rly In Kansas City to xchanira Cash Hen-Inters and addIng machines. tee ..Credlo. havlnl Claim Notice I n.lv..o. That Isa- O. H. \Voodall. MTB. ..A Modi.
for Uaceola county laiula. 1.arg., Write or rail. Tampa Hook 'or Demand ..!pron.. *11d bell ( purchaser of Tax Certlfl' B. Prowdrr. Mary K. Turner.
ranch preferred J'artlculai to In*' & t! 613 Franklin You. and each.of you. are hereby rate J.eni dated the Zd day of (14: Vounn.H. M. Conner.Mr .
Legal Bonds Executed teri-Bl-eii. partl. These propvrtlcn : : :r..ga :=pr.rld 16-lt. notified and required to present any July 11 baa filed said certificate 1' Kren. M. 'CoBner.

are bringing; good Income. Le.t'0talk claim and demand which > ou.: or In my and haM made application Io. Ora v..*. K. Ci. BaBBett.
It over.VM FOR SALE For Rent. Furnished either of you. may hoRIaIU"1 the for tax deed to issue In accordance Neal J. n Dtllard.O .
Same Day Needed. \ hAVE the ltnet kind of a 0aero Rooms and No Trespass Cards 10 I estate of Henry H Fertlc deceased with law. Said certificate embraces J. M. McOulre. PlortB.KlUansth.

. tract JUHt one ml from city cents each at The Gazette ocn..... late of 0..1. county. fo'iorld., to the the following desfrlhed property P. O White. Cott.r.
limits. on flu. brick"road., nix acrenliearlnir 4lf .. .. executor tl.tate.within situated In., Otfceola County, Florida I. M. Hansel. kmnn.
oraiiKea. grup. frutt. and two year from the d"l. here tq.I J. Almon. H Dale.J. :
other fruit, moat all KOOU orange WANTED. ft 8. of NK Cor. of Lot 80. J. H. Reddett.I \n
Bel.
OFFICE: State BIB. Buildiig land-and l ..udy to .plant Thin of.Dated December 8, A. n. I no.J. 1. L A t Co' Addition to Klaslmmee *. F:. Durham. R \ Thompan. ,

property .can bu made worth $2U- OVERSTRKET. "lt. run 8 4 I.V.. SIS ft. N. 40 K. snarl. N. n Harris. IH. S
. OUO In ton )'earll. Can buy' It for WANTED TO EXCHANGE-Piano In L Executor .. SIS ft. Tllh-r. H. P. ,Huhl.
$6.500. Location and quality oC aplendld condition for..unlmpro'city l-f said land beingaseased at C. H. Orantham. O. A. '

.oil can't bo better. or country property. Piano IVOTIflO OF APPLICATION FOR TAX date Issuance of said certificate. In H. 8. ( R. T. Wiliam..
DR. R. J. DENNING FINK MODBUN lit 1MB In prime coiidlllon mav b" seen atV.. K. Smith home DHKIt the name of Lizzi. Mue Mat. LTnl isfl Floyd Tales. W. S Uraham.R. .
; on CUcle avenue ( Dixie yellow house beyond cemetery bill.Kisslmnice. Notice I* Hereby Given. That ..ai '.' be redeemed ae- J. O. Schmldt.J Ulrkipron.H. :
HlHhway ) for ."1,,. Immediate. poascaslofi. 16-21V: George Patrick, purchaaer of Tax ..ordlnl to law IRI deed will Issue X Hoheraon.n : R. Aultmnn.Claronoo .

DENTIST Uood fta'afce and out- of Certificate No. 1B02 and 1904. dated Ih.rpon on the 4h day of April, A. W. Ashton.II. Bass. :
'bulldliiKH.1 Harden und splendid, \\'ANTEU-To hear from owner the 8d day of June. I). IllS has mi. May J. HHS.
Over the POlltoffice.FJCE h.mtTerms mutt. he lind. Owned good ranch for Mnle. Htate cashprice filed said certificates A my office and J I.. OVKRSTREFJT O n. Yowi-II. K. I. Kati I
l'v north.Tn man full partlculara.. II F. Hush, has made application for tax deed to Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola County Henry 0 HOURS; 9 to 11,30. 1:30 to I. SKVISItAL HTOCK FARMS--And now Mlnneapolla. Mlnne-Hola. Issue In accordance with law. Said Florlda.lCircuit F. Emi. Bell. .

Residence Phone 174- % IH the lime to Ket possession of a 16-18-21-23-25-27 certlficatea embrace the following dearrlbed Court Seal) 12-61 Mr.I..FI4PIleL.p.I... !... R AI ford.
good Income property before the situated In Osceola J. ) Jeaslo Tatr.
.S -OfBc Phone 158 tourist return for mau)' of them I WANTED-Steady work by 17-vear-' County. .rop'rly., to-wlt.: I. fInalS ('cart nf the WeresiteesKkJaitllrlal J MIII.r. O W. Moor
are coining back to ljuy. and are. old boy. Will do anythlnx.; Invalidlarenla LoIs I to 8 Inclusive embraced In t'lrrnlt of the Male of fls rldai. C. F. Tlson.H T M Murphjr.M .

prepnrliiK arcordlnKlyALL depending on me for aup- Certificate. 1902, and Lot 17 to . la and 1.0 Oacg'i. ('o.'y. I. J. O'Qulnn. H. Carson.I'
KINDS of Florida homes and investments : port. Address Houston'rigbt.. 24 Inclusive, embraced In CertificateNo. ( k..crr.. Ilvairy H. howard, CBMplalaasit. n F. Sessions.. C L>. Randy.
KlBBlmmee. Florida. 15ttzWANTyISal. 1904( Block I. Re-Subdlvlalon of .. Illaarkiv Caertrside How (-I. N. Comb. Emma TowrpIL .

P. A. VANS AGNEW 'I INKI.SOV< MKAI.TIKtll : ColPANYl 1 ...Anianfnr Klaalmmeeand Block I. J. K. N. O. and P, Mathews .rd. ue.peaale.t.OitIER J. I.. Overstroot. N.III. Yowell. S
S
Addition to
t KIsRlmmee City (I PlOL..ATIONI A. fl. nllhort. men d 1..ltn. _
l 101\1.- -II"\-r potatoNeodM dIKIC" !'. vicinity. CommUslon conlrnrtonly The Maid I."d. being .........d al Hrt-nn Mr*. K, C. Kdward
ATTORNEY-AT-I..AW sum' icpitlrM I but I In a bargain for Hparn. time or full time. the date of lasuanre of said. certlficatea . by affIdavit appendedlo \\'. J J nrlffln.
.. W, will teach \ ou to Hell Incomeprotection .. .. ha' bill Ill.-d In the nbove stiltedcause f."I
OFFK-B8 nt l7Ti IMIllllnm II Kempfei.HerI II Ih.n. of Taylor and Hnl- Ilryan. l, J. Pi-nnlngr.
I'jirk. Fl.., lila. 16-ltx rough our free nt'.holof II.'lay. I'nleaa said certltcaten) shall that Blanch Gertrude Howard I. ReavraK XV. J Steed .
116 South Orange Avenue Instruction nod help you build 11IninlneBB he redeemed a""rlllnlC to law. taxdeed Is a tion-reBldent of the State of Florida I). OulreM. Albltia Smith.

roll LKChild M Chaliliiuiiuii deskI'raillialU of your own. !MnBaachuBett will I Inane on the 2Mh day .ofStarch. and hir last known realdeneevas. I> (asler Pat Johnston.
new used bet a HH'I | Bondl"IC'ond Insurance < ompn- A mi fhlcaKo Illinois and that she I I. over J. n Rratlon
Florida I
Orlando. liii! <. l I'll.- ff. Applv :at SIS Mili- n v. Artl.li-nt and Health Iiepnrtm .1. I. OVKRSTRKKT.Clerk I the age of twenty-one icars.: II Istherefore 1-1
m,- KiiKlnnu MUhlKttn." fnpltitl, ordered that the soul t1inn'eidcnt .' .
l>,-tli ..1..1 ltV \ Circuit Court. OHceula Cuunt>. 1'4DTIUE AI MIM THTOK
lIorfle Address' ",&(lbOhlll. 6-2te F'lirliia. dffendalit be nnd, Hhe Is hirehv Kor.. Flniil .
: ---- ---- I lllBfharar I
I Winter Park Florida "|' >|< 1'1 \ I.E 1'1..1! Itlcn ('..lehr..IPd (Circuit Court S""I I 11-51 i re.iulred to appear the hil of f
4 I"lotulm, .,. an.I IJ.ipher i Itdapled to FARMERS-Send today for a true ---- -- -- e.utnplaulii filed In said muse n' orhefore I. ('ourS nf <.' f oiiatr Jadaip. 0_"
I __ tllull 01. I llIM Illlil. \ I.l.i l (.''I limnlmelp aainpje copy of the Florida Farmer I IN TiE CIHCL'IT COURT OF TIIK Monday. the 4th rtuv of April. 1-tiumtr. *lmlr nl .Florida.'
at.I I two tOOK. ha>' p.-i; 44"!'. ('ln-ap- and Stockman published at Jacksonville 1 : ':\ Jt'IilClAL CIRCUITI A. ]>. I 1121 othi-rwlae. the II.It"lolH,
------- --- ,...1 a ",I l IU-HI f.Mi.l I foi' man, imili-M. Tf.Us hoot lUeatock raLaIIIK. IF THK i STATR 0' I.'I..) II.A. IN of acid hil ulll hi Ink1 as ",, ". In re Kstate nf Josi-ph. T Jcfford J
<5 attlt. tool hoir A." 'illlltitltri.inl t \ dalr\lnic.. poultry citrus fruit AND I-'l 'ill 01'11'1'101"IUNTY 1 li)p Hiiul iuI.uil, NotU-i- IM herehv ulxelt. to all whom ;
LEWIS O'BRYANATTOKNEYATLAW now. "l'i'r ,biiflii 1 i. 11'"i. and I"II..klnlC.I weekly, at II CO per CHANCIOKY I I Whilock. Complaliiunl. ; .I IM fuithi-l "olden that this older' It max ....'..rn. that on the 12th day 4'
ll.ini I'uiincll.. It i....km.\ 1110.. .. .. \\11-1 )'''ar-- three yearn for II 00. OnlyIveatnck t V.i iii, Th.". H"I'I..I.Ii. publlshi-d once a w ,-f k fin four of Miv., A 11 1 tIll I shall tethu.
S and ireneral' I..rmlnlpap'r al. "" To QUIKT TI- eonsi-f utl\e week In The K 1".I.r""- Ilonorahl*' T I.: Comer. : of
- --- In the Btate Write todayNTKII TI.K I :; II"glI:; I Pl'RLICATION Vail \ iliixftte, )i newHpiin-r| puhllshed sal.I Cum. ns JuilKe or Probate:for S
I\I.\ '
I j--II-; ; S\IK: -I'r.;Mi nYllli: tow I. ; : -- --- TIIK i IT.\TJ I OF I ',\ In sil.l { 'ountx nnd Stnte 11".1 I illsihnrffe ns AIRIIII"lr"trl1
Warner Building. H..IKT. I'llHleire) 14-tf W.\ AT ONe Small rultntceorbuiiKnlow TI I. "" O H..I.llId| I This 1st da> of Mitrch I <)2I ' of . "
for .atimiTi.: miiRt ha ye Held, bin wif' ..; 101"1' IEah..thS u"'v. J IIHHTII.I.. :lIT. :ilei..., ...t" ii n.I nt I hJ..n''I: .. time 70 willIn
. - 'be fui ,ilah-d lililPt here.tHonabl CharlcH K (' Clerk ("lr..ul ( C.unly. snlil I final
FOK 101"1.1': I'oinfOTt.iljlil.Hlilitice In bath.; nlll"l' : "ry a H.iswell ,present Court mv ao-
t,1"i'h I t two lois liiliu-iiln will \ priced. AVtlt.* to "llun- All ofhoBe renldeiu'eH: lId addresses KlorldjiiCIIMM'IT rounts Iii ,111111"11'1111'1" of said e.-
li.., ppt, For.I In K<.od londitlon I In KHlow" cine The Onj.-tt.'. 8-tf me iiliknovtn You and, ,'h ofou (OIII RKAI.) mink for their S
t.oIt. pa\.iin n I Si .. J 1I1I'hllll'r.IIH. are h.'r. l hcommand, d to .."p..nr'I" 'KKIIIIIK & 1'11'1'11'1.S.II.r. 11I\.il\\\ ; \ ., 17th, A a/prrII( .,

M. TILLER : ..''',.......- I IIfI. MISCELLANEOUS. the nl.iu <111..1 I CIIIIMC on or Ii.'fair.' .. ( 1'11111111.1 12-fit IAYJF !
the Till d.i\, ,. .
- ---- -- "ret A l I 121 14-flt Adrnini.tratriz.RehoPasle : '.
- --- S "' I .>. K TO < ()""'" ('|'OHM
0. Ml tIne .
.. ii. rlalmliiK an Interest '
I 'I(I. lilt SXLIFnily, a. M of til:it Hood ] ReHert liiBiiran.-
Real Estate i ol.l I I.INII.K.I e ,
Agency..se..sas.snanns..nnnssn In II dex. rllie.l landIliulnlilnu
I i ike. < liolie, ii.iiitly, lan.l. 1 fla 1"1' c.imp.invlKh.H) HiileKin.in for tide r"n"II'. Notice In her*,hiflvi'n hut iltdewill 1 .

,,,.i.. I-,,'''''Ill. at lump.. tie offlfc" ::. II i If ....,iuut \ mi.I j.tlnliiK t.-irllorv Smith w.sl 1 coiner of Illoik Kaat "of"". the oflt.'mury he rPr'i led h\ the 1"rd.f

1- ," SlntMl.ii.l: l f..IIII and h..h'Hrl,1, I lif.polf .. County CoinmlKKionerfi I of OK..oll
Realty Bought and sold. .'lilt, SM.I-: 'lnap, ; "",,. Hill'K I r.uir Inyood <..I.'H M.nitlilv pr..niluinK und romni. Town Jnlh"w'1,1,11.I .." Ft t.i a I., (''.ut.F'lmmIalat.. up to nnd ln<'ludiiiK
: illiinlnu ""I. I ..1. will tludef.u ."11'Ilil. 'h,,"ilth, ,",,1 item )l.nt polt- run thenc.., Kant (''fid' f..el thence North '10 ((,I, .\ M mi Monditt th' 4th duty :
Houses rented. ttniall Fold one irood piano.I2OII ,'I"H f..r. men .iin.l omen Ad.lreBMStnt. 22.H4 f....t tiipnrV'. 101 I feet of 11. A l I' In! ill Ih. office of the
, Taxes paid and Titles verified I one K, ,,",I Hew lim, mt< hintUS .- Mnnriu.-l. "l'oHtoft1. 'e It.ix 1KJ7 I : thence Hoiith 73U feil 124 KaBl < 'I 1.,1 k th,* < ,'ult Con?'t of HiildCount .

) ..I"" iii' Ii. i rilinltur.' Want..I. Jarkson\lll Fcil.li] 14-3IX r".1" and .ii.... South I 1 r.n fi et to v, at KlMHlmiiK-e. Florida for
"non-residents.. n..t latei. Ihnn Apill, I. ...floI h..llHIOHI <> 724 plate of I" All ] | In I Ih. '.o..I'.u.llul of npprox Imntely nixnilleH "
1 : 1.,1111111' 1)11' I (, "ru a U r in a'"' road I In SpecialI I
In 01 tw ii 01 IItre rooms for SKPIINI1" HAND (;oon!!. b.MlRht. aoldand nail a "\.V' .
Fire. Life and Accident In- h.II" .rl BI..k I toad and It, (due. 1'1101"1"1| No" 4. nnd
44-tf
< I hiisli.ind, an.I "If.I B nitUeinon11tfc i.palrid I The Casino Henry A Matin w'.. Addition to the For Bronchitis Flu
I tlie Kill, of '
for Flig hut y ThoiiH.iml ( $ o.-I
---- ----- -- Town of KlKHlnitnee ('Ii \', Florida
surance. UI,1..1' ('lila IM)) | lulhirM HX! nerlalhiindK I ,
I - - WITI"t'll li" INC; .Pltocnss wemake .. ft Reid niirl Flhizalu'tl, s :: percent ,
Indemnity Bonds. FOR S.I.Oll": Hejr. Klcctrlc Wall new.nt' old (...1.1 <'I..lh..immu Held Th.n.. .. wife I Homer Humsey: for con Mi u Ct Ion of rout ii n IIIso I

i 1'1111... 1'"c'II"ly. I mImw. At a rea.ot.atte !1"1.-. The Tiill.il.. 117 S.intli, "HIIIIK.neiini. .- ("hllh'" S Can. nnd Wo. RnsKill.I 'if Id 11.1.11. I :
.. ...oo..oo. 1"11"1'1'1)' Valley Gazette '. 1 I'OKloflli Itox '"x. llilindo: any of the he deceased or otherwise 1'lit KpeclflrntioiiK may he .xAmh.,1 Colds in Chest.
\ltP! .. . .I ..... 7-tf 1.'I'I.la Ifi-tfr Han1, nt the < of the Clerk ofthe
nfr
: an Ih.ieln All
__ ""I.111 111"r.f ; ( " n ---- ----- -- -- of ". n. addresses "Ir"ul OB..II
.fi :; FOR SM.i: -0".lIIh Kmrlnir cmjin.l . -S FOR RENT unknown You 0,1 lt KlHHlmmee1C
are and each
of
v Kitinns w J. STIKIKRIBBS ) youare
IK lit I IH n Her\ed to reject any or Ask Your
on. llii >'nH en-pnhH.'liKer: ---- -- hinhy "''> "", "d'el to appinr In nil Druggist. t
t.mrliiK <'ir, llotli flu II. .e nt l>nr- the al.oentitled, "r"p"Mol.
& STEEDAltcirury mime on or
RKNT FurlilHhed Hnl. W RHnrrlH. hefor. .
"l..l lit : J 1 OVKU8TIIKKT.
,. \\ H fHklllBollt Cltv
giLt prlo.'H the 4thdav of April, A H 1921W1TNKS8 .
.
2-tf F;,, ."lie m ufllce 14-11 Clerk to the Hoard of County i
..... the Hoiioralile C O Andrews. I .
and < >unMvl .t lawkIa.lm. I."rl..sl..n..r"I of ta ce' "
,
....... Floridalir.eral .I'< lit UiVT: l-'ui ,niMh..l II.IIIH.' .\i|.llr l\ .Imtic of the ahove Court amidnv I 12-5t nla "'ovintv. Florida
.KOU SAI.t' Two 100)11' aultB. 4yearol.l . nflii" 11..rk and the
practice In all *tlnt. find HIE" \-l\.t one. dark blue one > .t 'il.h.'Il. Kin < t li-lt\ seal of said ( at lr..or ...., Osceoht -
-- -- ----- 1>I KIH
I nllrd "..... onrta.' d"'I k Ki.en." KuBHlHii Btyl.lt. uhlteullar ('..ully, Florid. on I he list day .. Many Ills Due To :
amid! riilTn.. .If"t irhnht.Ne.irlv STRAYED of Meiemlier 1"'2OCIRCLTIT Can :
_ N"TIC'I herehv nlvcn i that the
- - SOI Main 49-tf --
AI'I'h Ct ret. - - -
new | | ( C017HT RKAI.1
The
S
membrane
I I KTITION; K 'U THI3KctHMATInN mucous
1.r.II"rl'r
STIiYK1i; A d.ilK l blown' hi If.
-- --- -- -- --- .T I L .
.. J. W. THOMPSON FOR SAI.K-One ICmeraon Typewriter i.ilf Kewnril If i.tiiiM.-d to MIM. As Clerk of OVKKSTJIRRT.tin above Court o F A !'!1, 'I\ .*1 \ XMCIIIMM out the body are subject lo ctarbalconalioo
.. vlalble Arthur Coopei. \\'HI Mlt hi II Btreet 1 IIHTII'T A III h" H, ...tedto resulting la serIous
model three a. good a. new KUIKRS STKKI). many :
.&ply Valley Qaiette. tf.I ,Itv I Ir.-I'x. for Complainant 4lIt1tI'EIVIl the I.hle I 11"'r.lnll' of ,
,
Fol."r. ..e..I.| | "CoUIlt\ ( |1.,1,1 cmpUcUoD
Funeral DirectorAND ..i.thiK of aid Hour. .*nliel for ,
.
'. "Kvi, Htinln l.lulil IK AI) .II\I "I- ill SM.IO i: \ >lock '
1' o < Katurdavoi .1 ':
11. m, hIm h.
The Gasette wants a ,correspondentin
I r.i.\\n: l... ulioin KUH Tor. hutttilnu.1f For Klaal Itlschfiriire) 1121I'KTITIOV. PE-RU-NA -
for $1 &0. Two breeding penn. every community in Osceola county.
Will spare a. few hen one > ear old !. cart of the County Judge*
I-'OH w." and ..".
LICENSED EMBALMER nt $2.ow each: all Rood la>'ertt. Alaohnve Children who have worms are pale County Hate of Florida.In A I'K('IA1.'1.1' FOIIIA"'IUUf 1..w" S

( two rnckerel bought from sickly and peevish. A dose or two of 0..1.1 "'1'"... 'II'OLI" Coticrht, colds, nasal etrb.t_
T.nnhl,1I.or I Indiana will nell nt re Eitate of' Andrew ach and bowel lh..
Ix-lnir |( thaI lint do' White's Cream. VermifuRo will clear deceased. truble. among .
tS.IMI -HB xTFit7:- Wo the
and Stewart S
Store Ave. persons. rop-
Chapel und.r..IKlld disease due calarrh
Notice I is hereby to all most common lo
not waul to call's' throuuli ummer.I. them out and restore rosy cheeks whom than ono-fourth of the
p 5 KISSIMMEIi FLORIDA (I. F. KrlliliB. KlxKlmmee. 16-Ztc : It may concern, .::: the 10th day I r"B.nlll.m..r. who cadiUoo. S a
and cheerful spiritsPrice 35c. Sold qUIII..d .I.clor pay a 1.1 on .
-- of May A. I). apply to remedy after
;; ; ; ** 2l : I property She very depndable'
FOR SAIiirtercar truck at a l>nr- by Koberson's Pharnir.cy.ILEGAL the Honorable T. , Judge of hereinafter mentioned territory.II petition I.
grip or Span
-- said 1 court ns Judge of Probate, protrcte ackDe..
the Hourdof I'tillie I
II..lrut'HoIInr
r.r mv final ..lluuciargmun Administratrix .
< im'onln ,
of the ,'Ktntuor Andrewf'ott. ,'rnftin. *.1.1 ...tturi to Count,d,'tei uuii\ ,"llrlln. her I. ".11 nottht an Ffi-KU NA is a rood medicine lo I'S

DR. BUCKMASTER dci-earned and that nt t h. same fullna-Ibg. "t.*.rrttorKhali have on band for emergencies.Tiltoti .
d.II.I
tlnu I
ADVERTISEMENTS to Maid Court
J I II. wil prcsinl my
he formed I a <_ I lul Tax SchoolIHstrlrt
nllli I ,' '" as Administratrix of 111. .11, w layMjr-"' toUV E "
said estate, and null ,
for t heir
-
I IKISSIMMEE'S approval
I Iteu.tlntIig. nt the Northeast Iorn..ror USE FIFTY YEARS

I a (10''.-.... t ....0''.. Htate of 1"1"0'1"' District nted March S. A n 1121 nnd. TouiiMhfp 25. South. Itanwe 29 F:1.t. I .:;

"..\.1. .....U'.I.I .10''.'..... 4ln ....._ HcKlniilni, at tin. Nut th.'ast .. < ..u.nl. In ( 4linneer of Township, 25 South Kulltie, 27 Kaat.then 13-9t Admlnlstrntrlx (""n ck ". v 'ia.-rt; ShliiKle ,
,, rroBKen.u.h I lln I .; thenc<- Houthii -
runnliiK Went nlonic the Township -

OSTEOPATHOFFICE Klla Nf 10'1"1I)11 It IIn. Complainant. line I.. the Northwest corner of IN .IHO CIRCUIT' COURT OF TH ',derliiKB Iy and of easterly said ."...r"lI"wllll.. polrit the mean wh..rea IJ
\ n. Township 25 South. ItaliKf 27 Kast. SKVFNTKKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT id Cn-ek
into Lake To
N It Icit ,,,,lla ,"..1 Jtilla A Hexnoldfl. thence South aloiiK, the Itnnne, line to OF TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN ,' eml.I'M the \\ri>nterlv hopekallKa. DUVAL HOTEL
tile win. <'I' \v Hart mill Minnie K the Sou I hw met coiner' or Township 26 AND FoR OSPKOLA COUNTY. IN shore line of natal I.aki- :

AT RESIDENCE : Halt ht' wife, IX'fendnntaIt South. lianRi27 ICiist theme Kant CHANCERYEMMA ROGERS Com In a, Koutherly dlrerti -oh"p..kollCl
wippeni I ii c l Ioy n rflilav'I It H ppen tinMil filed I above-arm corner of Township. 25 Smith. Itespondents. : > (Opposite Post Of.ee) '%K .
QI'IKT T1TLK
Corner of Clyde Avenue 'J..r'.h rll.TTrt In TowiiHhlp 2ft South. Iaige, 2't! Kant ;
( UUH1t hut ( \ and l Minnie KUml Kanurc 27 Host: thence Ninth" along (lIt UI OF T ION; THK thence due 1'11..1 n c TOHH ".i1 I to FLORIDA 11
and Emmett Street I two or the defendants. Ih..r..III the ito a g 0 line I to the |.liee of IxKlnn STATE OK fo'IOHI'A' the Eastern eh ore line ; thu'mut'e I.Ik.Northerly JACKSONVILLE.

nil 11\.1.1 mime. ",,,"-ro..I"III.,. of the State nlng.I TfT. R. his wife If he follow InK the shore line of said 100 Room. 50 Balks :
nf Kloi IM Rtid, alt i i HldentK, of KOH- I' 1.10\\-1'8 he married Thomas .
; It Bull '
III'1 : ::: -" nndllrah Lake to the Ke<'lion I line Hetlonff c-
I l< rta. ,In the Kt.Mf of KniiHa* thatt II.. (7 Ham orkSullivan A. Bailey his wlr,. William 211 arid 35 In Townnhlp h.lw"1 25 ulh. All medera lasiiroveasvaitai flrvmtmr S I
II t IIwy urnn,'h over Iii"* IIIC": of IW"IIO'- < 'I'. HudHon and his wife If he he married. UatiKV 2<< KnHt Iluona' Plant on nn Id I.
_L I one >'ea r" It IM t hoi,..-fiu .. nrI.,1 hat K It !la% etiH Joseph II' Hudson and hln wlr... If h.. ,' to the Haiitce. line lelepboar steam ... Bateau wltbun '

the cal id l n,,ii-r<*Hldoiit ...f.lalllll .hiHIM lic A <',,, ter he married (Jeorne K HlldBoli and his H"lul 111 21) a mud 30 ; I th-m eI'ldlll on < h.lh, .1.501 with bath .:.0
) I h.'y' ii r. hfi ,'hiy <-qiif red. to "I"I'ar I I. HeathCn wlr,.. If he be married ; Albert J. Oardner .IIIK.Range Ilnu. 10 tla lorlh be. .
!, I.. I II,.. hill of <..."'),,1111..11,1\ 'InHa r: K. 11..r and hla wife. If he he married.; art.Ild ii i,t,, 1,11' peraoai. '
CITY Id m'mtiiMi' "" cr IH.fitro ii.iti.ii. I he J. A. Minnie., l Chail. M H Loxe old William N Cnnbv. lit K..I.. A H P3e1.on \Y. n. JOFIICfl. M...... ,

2.1 ilaof MnA I" l'J1 1 llllo"'wl"*' 16BtMITII Trustees, of Hntate of nN"ph I ""on. Seth, P.
th.. alU'Kit, t IOI.H "f Hit hi hill w Ill I." I" Tau"at ii ma. deceased Chail.H H Lore .1 I 111 I N Ti.UI nauuI

i tiiK<.n an rmift HHd bHiild, di.fond-. I'l: Ii K '\H-I-KII-S |.. \ 1.--;:;: \\llllnm M I'aml.j. as Tiunt.eHand I" J..h"II..r. Yuw"' J i o".I'r.A. .
MEAT MARKET hula Notl.e" IM I an Kxecutors under Will (". Jauau-n ,-
I 1..10) K\IMI| thai un.lirnil I ::: ; : .ht'ii.I': !
It !I" fiiillu-r. i hrol'r.,1 that thin order ,, h\ a ui'I'-Btaineiit I IK,, ;""IoIlh.,1, (Ill, "' a \% eel< fnl. finiii I. re.In I' \liliue. Chantiiv, of, 11.l.iji.l i.itiiln the Kin.il I IMII. I "He i.iv 1 41u''pi soul Annie M ',,a I ", and' h.i, .l W w."oll:.. I nI',, II ". .t"l.I I I I''a I I. I
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Fresh and 11 tii ,' Id "1"id v .and HtatThts .' | nt \ <'rus ,' I.eon It ( nail his I If <
Meixi i < I' |II| "Funk' anil M.ui.le .M Kuiili, 1.,1 TAI n ni w Ii I flltu. rt I B 1,,,,,"
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i.i\vis < i'nUL' :vSnlh I. the 'nnileiBiKii.il ns Si't't'tail and I .. re ."kIOWI, YOU II S 1..1.,1.. l'f'lll I HI.I'r, and Football Goods. Dog
tot f-u ( .1111,1 I ,I K-rt t; | M.iMiriin and .1.'h of ou heiihv commanded
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PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING Alt ""'Y" ''. J"*+'ldUglUiItI,, "''1",1.1"t w hoon Ion Inn ilcjicrlli.il prop.rtsltii.it,' In ...lies claiming an int-muum In lal"tl .J lit \11. ., '
Kehi\ 'u.ii v 23. 1 1116 I ., 11I11,1.. I IonicHtead i'n<.....la I'onnH.. !I.i!l.ii l.I.i. to-wll and h.'ln.r..r...desiilhid I I undj' John II. I' ,)' Clu.mie LI."s SPORTING GOODS .
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Hu"", .' 27 l E ,;. .,ilaliaHre* Mi'r Idla n. I'.nsi-hnir ll'j: ) It,. :'\.rotl\\l'; HI- 'ic-lis. it 'InW'lie of dcOaceH JoHeph' I 1'1"1"1 d"IH.,1 W II lal'll.. II Itai' .leon.Mtltlu 129 W. Bay Street Jacksonville
has tiled\ nIIop <.r Intention to make. :'; ' ,. a' 11 Wilr E
B. YODERPhone itOH.| ten iN\\ ) of Ih S.Mithu.Hl t, lt 11"I.henB. !
VS A. I Threenr I'roof. tll. eHlahliHh <' ."Ion I iiuarter ISU'4).the 1"1'1"11011..1, I Hoiithwest >r Jon.: nh R Tanliim, d. c.:: I 1' I I Tn"'r '. { 11.'llIln"
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to the land deHrrlhed hd'e (niaitei is\\ >.4)I of It,.. :Noithast and ,scrlheil ..ToSeph \ \n. -
'li., k ('INOIt| .'.."rl. nt Kt 1',nlmmee, .. iiwaitir i Mi: > th,' Soul.' I"'nthlulH t.lnnr..r .n.I.-r -
324 Kiitimmee Florida l.'t.ii.l ln lii.. flIt: h In V nf 1-v. 1 O9. ,I Tonlom. dei ,,aiu'aI. or othirw .
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Why Mr. N. Windsor; (R. I.) Put Ups Ida Section, Nine I HI). TiiHnshlp Tsa ill'\ t. hitch Is the land described In POTATO BARRELS : :
A n SulliMin., of I.IIU"h1/\, Florida liv.' 125) South of K.IIIKI. Thlll3"
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with Rat for Year I I"I the Hill of Complaint la this cose, towll -

,. The \\"I-hnl 1\%) of the (PINE. OR GUM STAVES) .
.lav Ad.lKon, of Iouirhman Floilda AI.SII; HiKlnnlliK lit -
II point Klr'v
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ago" Rot some rat (S\\Vi ) theNorthwest
.l I' I. Heath,, of I I.n./ hmn FlotldaItllRT .
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Sillied our fine .....b dog. We put up with ran W I\VIS. | quart (fN\\'i/i of SectionFonrt.en aIn >

until a frii id tnl.l me about Rat-Snap It .omrlykiIIr.t. Id-Si KeKlHti ( of of the,.. Noithu.-st N\V'4) II Soiithw.it quantities at
,. Ihou.h houw w.m'H.nnbll." Kals .ii. rt..r 25) South. ((29) I very ,
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SWij, ) of Seitlon Nine (!i l. in Town
dry up aDd leave no amell. ",ica. 3Sc 03c. $1.25. NOTK K. ihlp rwenty-fUe ((2S) South of llan", e EII..1 r.r lontalnlnjr less, under twenty T R 121)Haley acres and cash prices. providing orders are .i

:bold sad guaranteed. by Thirty (30)) Kast. and friin. theri.-e, his wife. he bn Thomas RRailey I S. .
NOTICK IB lurel\ Klven that thehi'r.lnfler run North Thirty 1311) HeRicea I marrl.,1 I within the
days ,
(.JIIi..RAL nit Hi HT01IR Fast Sarah his ;- J placed next rew' hip :
I'KTITION FI )U TIIK Rniey. wlp'IIAm ,
to the inurKln of 1.ak. Kast Tohop Hudson and ... If .. "
S OSCEOLA IIAUDWAHK COMPANYPat KOflMATK'N OK A SPKCIAI TAX kallira. thence In a Snutheaetei: 'ly 'di \ : Joseph H. Hudson and hiswife. ments commenced after of opr .
receipt .
, HCHOOI HIHTRICT will he .preaentedto rection along said margin '., a point I :f. he be married; George E. J it I I ''I
\ the Board of Public Instrurllon of due North of a point Forty 14')) r..d" Hudson and his wife. If he/ he 1 der and extending until potato :I
Johnston O. P. GARRET OBoeqla ("ounf)'. Florida at the reiru- .;...1 of said Northeast ,.',rn..- of said ned: Albert J. Gardner and hi* t.r-wle. : ship .

lar meeting of aald Hoard called for Northwest" quarter (NWi* ) cf Southwest Ir h. he married; Charles B. Good proposition to .
,t JOHNSTON GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW 10:00: o'clock a. ni, Monday. May 2nd. quarter raww. th..,,* south to William M Canby. a* .1and j I pos sealB.. .
1921 : the South line of Lot Two :3). thrnce Estate of Joseph R. Tantum. deceased I S .: :
a PETITION FOR TUB FORMATIONOF W> t along said' South line' to the : Charles B. Lore and William M. I// .

Osceola Band A SPECIAL, TAX SCHOOL point of beKlnnlnK. Seven Cambr, a* Trustees and a*
Office 10 11 and 12 "onal'lnl Exe..ulor
[ : DISTRICT. (7) acre, more or under the last Will and Testament of Write or wire (our ) forprices .
*. BuildingtfC We, the undersIgned persons. ren- ALSO: Beginning at renter of Sec loseph R. Tantum deceased; Annie I expns
resenting more than one-fourth of thequalified tion Nine (9) running I tnence; North M. Tantum and her husband. If she be (( t
: KI88IMMEB. FLORIDA elector who pay a tax on about Three Hundred and Thirty married; Pereey L. Tatum and hip S fLORIDA BARREl 'I'
:- real or personal property within the (320) Yards to Lake. th-nce .turnIna wife If he be married: Leon B. Tan- Mf C.
hereinafter mentioned territory petition ; to beirlnninic. and run turn and his wife. If he be married. I
. Scientists are trying to reproduce the Board of Public Instruction thence WeisS ta' I Two Hundred and Ida W. Tantum and her husband. If .hfe Iftfc aid bass St,w
artificial means, such cells as of Onceola County, Florida. to call an Twenty ((22$) Tard thence North > married and Viola D. Tantum and
the bodies of plants andnRalll. election to determine whether or not about' Two Hundred. and Twenty her hutbavnd. If .he bft marrie. It U. S. Standard Barrel P. O. Box U Jacka.svil Y.-n : j.
'ipose the following described territory' shall i"20) Yards to lake. 'bee... In an any of the ama be I
I I be formed Into a Special Tax: School Easterly dlr..Uon along the meander wise claiming an Interest In tht above "

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-this- week 40 more yard of Silk pongee tame price, Three piece New Voile, the new'thing Polka-Dot, ( per yard.-___50e Something good for the men: 'Received this week .400 Men's

per yard i 90c Dress Shirts in all the new 'fast colors Some of these "& .
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I .1' 200 pairs all Leather Work Shoes for men, received this week 1
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1" AlII the; new shapes:;in Ladies' White I Canvas Shoes' Tbeo Ties; Endicott Johnson make per pair___ ________$2.98 and $3.98 shirts are $4.00 values Silk 8l I ripe, Special:Saturday and -

( One Strap, per pair- _____________ _______________l.$2.93 l Every Pair Guaranteed I Monday, each ----__---------_------ --."--,--____$1.98




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-*< W 0-><- > i the family of Rev. W. H. Drench. dents of Saint Cloud. I egg hunt delicious ice cream and
i CASINO TODAY [[ IN SOCIETY'S REALM] Dr. and :Mrs. J. T. Kicker and Misses Because Alice B. Drought wasborn cake were served and the afternoonwas
Helen Ames and Alargaret Las- on Easter Sunday eleven years : made memorable. ,Alil'e'receiv-
l ley., The occasion was the birthdayIInnlprllllry ago trere were eleven little girls invited ed many handsome gifts, and beautiful -.
'' All mutters Intended for this department of Mrs. Souders-and to her home on Maryland avenue flowers\ and cards wished her
SPECIAL ATTRACTION should he handed In a* early the little party was given by her last Saturady afternoon to help I''rtinny rejsrrnH of the day.
notices of '
an praplhle. Advance cuni- ,
Initv"-,11I mum I... authentic. Cull sister Mrs. II. G. Lasley. . -
!'hu".. 11, and oak for "Sootety' . .
"'or", .. clue. promptly at ten o'cluuK !SUNDAY; : SCHOOL PUPILS B
each Friday niornlnB., *.', ENTERTAINED: BY TEACHER
-oOo- | The Baptist! Sunday school of Mrs
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PRINCESS KISSIMMEEITES: ENJOY E. Lupfer and Mrs. Max Croxton ELECTRIC CAFE
SUNDAY) OCEAN BATHINC wore entertained at an Easter: party
:Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Brown and Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Croxton
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children Burgess" West of the Casino -and nearly thirty: were present. :
.i.iI and :Miss Elizllb.thVarin Three was a peanut shower and egg I \OU WILL BE SATISFIED WITH OUR SERVICE AND WITH -A
I formed ai, auto party which left at hunt; a doll was won as a prize by
CHRYSANTHEMUM an curly/ hour Sunday morning hound l Charles Gruntham; and a basket was !MENU THAT WILL PLEASE THE: PUBLIC:
for I Daytona' -where bathing in the won as another trophy hr l Knlnrt.Much I j f
ocean formed one of the chief III : ; and, to make the affair a complete :
tractions. The party iiturmdhoni'' Huccess cnke and punch wereowed i Chicken Dinner Sunday | *
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I the same day. with a lilx-ral hand. The
PRETTY GIRLS SPECIAL[ DANCERS CATCHY MUSIC II,r1EASTF.H: -PARTY- i lal was much -enjoyed.- so-

I 3 You will find aU.ijon the! job, with
FOR THE CHILDRENMi ) '; SUNDAY( VESPER SERVICES U5
Edna Schweikart last Krid.ix, 1'ILLEJIITlloIIIST: : : CHURCH ? i
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::1: the best i of reasonable
1 CHILDREN 25 CENTS ADULTS 50 CENTS service at rates
e evening gave a very pretty party f.Ihr The services at thethodl: t y
I"I.I I -J \\ Alt '1'\\: :: Sunday schoolllnss of the :Methodist ( church Sunday evening, ilrow an audience I I
a _ I church. --. Easter party was, the result at the ; > the Vesper program was of .
PICTUREDOUGLAS 1:5, home of Miss i s"h".ikRI ut No. .", high merit and the several: postponements ,
Black* ,trl'l't.Ion': than a score of had rendered the mu! G. R.
DAMSON, Propiielor.i Telephone 42. Broadway
MCLEAN IN .. I f I
"JAILBIRDS"FOR the ('hI.ln'w'r, ,' present-and i u> the more anxious to listen
.. ,'I most enjoyablei'vemng I 1 was sn-nt.| The program as fnrl'- i\l'1I in The .:-}{-:-:;*<"W{-:-:-:>*:<-}:--Hx-MGoodman+:-:-:r.i-}S wrt{.+}C-ii{ {-4C...c..c.x ..'ri{wti}{-> -
aMS{ OOe 4S-0- 4644}4t4Q 4 MS-}rs'MvC ox--}fificrW4i }4 ox.4S x.< : l"z.ltl'a! carried out in full-and
- FIFTH CRADET'ICNICS; : lull number was ,pronoun,au an artistic ,
}<-}xex-:bti;.666{.46.-<-x--} _x.x-.c..:{<-:".:'.>.:.<-:":'*1' ROSS THE LAKE: production. The affair was .." .... .
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A most enjoyable :affair was that given under, the direction of Miss
: t of last Friday aftcinoun when ;\11IF Anna Waterman, who ,i.the .li'tector ;
RENT I C: lwards, a teacher in the fifth of the choir of the :Methodist & Woodall '
grade of the Kissmnnet1 "schools accompanied ,..hurl h. I
Cattle pasture owned by ihe United Land and Investment her pupils across' the I bike: i
: to the inland where an all-afternoon !JUNIOR ( LASS PLANS 'I
Company is for rent at reasonable price. Parties desiring to Z;,, picnic; was eiijuyed.. The picnickeilearned TO )PICNK SATURDAY
I well-tilled I baskets of lunche- I There. 'is to l>e an all-clay picnic on 1 The :New: Grocery f
,,4 rent same should call on or write t: I I all.I..1I! the pleasure' of such all !-"tul'da\:; given by the junior class .
T full. I lof the, )high school when I' x
I }' (occasion' weie carried! out in Captain I
< W. B. CRAWFORD Orlando Florida Clay Jolm.sun will take his Rosada Next to Chamber of Commerce (
,: IcONCEN'IAL; : I PARTY AT and (a bulge, and carry the crowd toGoblet's I I
t ,111011OF' : : :MRS.. SOU))ERS Cove, some eight" miles :!; '"
; Secretary and Treasurer United Land and Investment Company '
I i A pleasing birthday anniversary away. It is proposed. to I..aKI"- I OUR MOTTO I
16-2t i:'I party and! supper was given on ( loot,! simmc-e promptly at nine o'cVock t
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; Fi iday afternoon at the home of and it is understood that the boats' '- -
. 0 H "" .-<-" -< : x"o, :Mrs. S..1.!; SWders. on North Beau- will arrive home about six. I I : PRICES THE FAIREST
- I Outside! of the time consumed un :
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',the trip there will be all the usual I, I QUALITIES THE BEST ,.1
a pleasures. of a picnic at thaj. spotuhirli ;
.a
has l been the scene of manya I
gala occasion, and the entire public WI-
ax well as all\ of the school* are ;
i DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. LEDGE M. I. STOUT urged to take the boatride. The juniors Last Days of
Pr..iden' Caihiti Irc.-Prs.id.nt are anxious to have this affairlargely ;
att..nded-and promise to ;
make things interesting for every-

one. GREAT, HOUSE-CLEANING SALE 4
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I ", ,';, :" :. \: : : COMES: )FOR VACATIONMiss I
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..,,'. : '0"' 1."' .. \"/ "\'{ '.' !jf, Elizabeth Aultman who left Goods sold,out. are again; in; stock, at we have unpacked many .
Z""i".r" \ \ \'" KisRimmee, last June to take a coursein
Red Cross work at SpartanburK, lots of new. stocks that we will sell at the same low figures.
South Carolina is expected this weekt
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*. the: home of her parents, Mr. and I -
Mrs. S. H. Aultman, 317 Broadway, '
for a'i"it and vacation of limited' Special i Bargains For the Closing i DaysJust
exU'nt. Following her work in Spar- I
A LATIN PROVERB t..nhurIi.: .... Aultman went to Or. :
anKeburtr; South Carolina, where she opened forty cases of those elegant 3-pound cans of Peaches
took an extended course in social
i and welfare work and she will await : always sell at 40c or more.-al this sale they will go at 2Sc the

t A LATIN Proverb says: "While the pot boils friendship lasts." Only here where for she in her these will transfer demonstrate various to departments some her point excellence -I can. D miss them. r


fortunate men have friends. The others have sympathizers. Like of Miss work.Aultman graduated from she the I i!I : ; i :
when
high !school of Kissimmee' Cast Chance to Get a
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r always seeks like- a successful man associates with successful men. then was but graduated fifteen from years Hamilton of age/: and college -.


Be a success-cut out being a failure. It's for you to say which you various has in Kentucky lines been being busying since at herself one which time along timenlie a 45 POUND CAN OF LARD COMPOUND FOR I

will be-it's in to make of teacher of language at one of the
own today a success
your power-now, Baptist colleges. :Miss. Ault man
I taught,' also, in the schools of Kis- I
i yourself.., Start a savings account here. Take $1.00$5.00$10.00whatever I simmee, and her many friend willbe $4.95I I
meet her.
pleased to again;

,,- you have-and after you start keep it up. May we hear ,I A "Live And Win" Policy I I I: : ( ,


4 from you? How to get -life--insurance at the I (\ AT A on<-lound can, a 'tall can of real
n lowest actual cost, and a policy under i AI T"IS': Rich, Pink Salmon lor__h_ _____I2c =|
which a man does not have to
die to win. William E. Hand. 10<> .r. 1

West Magnolia street Lakeland. ...

If you are an out of town reader, you can I Florida.The garbage_collected in_ Chicago 14 T Remember prices on our circulars and in our ad\erll elJlent.1n .The ;

} bank with us by mail. May we tell you how? in 1!.1S yielded about 4,00l.00ipounds ( ') Gazette are still running-and in some cases we're cutting those .

A" of Krease. I rates!_, Come in and see--then you'll buy. ..


t." NOTESFRrjMSCLOUDNineteen .
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'i2 members of the local Fine line of Fresh Vegetable that will please you.

Masonic: Lodge visited the lodge) at : ,
(Orlando on Tuesday evening. ,
,I These have left during the week I.I I.
I I Bank of Osceola.County 'for their various homes. Mr. an,iiI These are the last days for Bargains-Grab Them.
V'iT: I Mrs.! E. M. Warner Springfi..Id.IOhio ,
(I ; Mr. and Mrs. L. D Mereness, ,
Springs, New York; :Mrs.
''I I Lodena Shaffer St. Elmo Illinois; I Your Trade Will Be Appreciated 4I
\' I Captain N! A. Nason, Daytona
' Hour 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.i' Beach. A I
,f Nellie -Zimmer -
:Misses Ethel and I .
entertained the I'riscil-
4/ delightfully 1
la Club and its friends. Saturday I!
evening. Vocal and instrumentalmusic
helped the evening quickly
s pass served.and dainty refreshments were. Goodman & Woodall

:Miss Ethel Zimmer left on Wed-
nesday for the hospital at Orlando
t where she was expected to undergoan Proprietor
operation. t
The Bank With the Ability I- Mrs O. C. Knight and two chil NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE .
and Willingness to Serve DEPOSITS INSURED dren. of Thonotosaaaa arrived Tuesday .
to visit the'parents of Mrs. | BROADWAY KISSIMMEE'' rI
. t Knight-Mr. and Mrs. William
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l A 1h,4 I Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Peed, of Orlan- ++__ _+ + +49 ". ti

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