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 8, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01006
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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The county commissioners--at: their RECOMMENDS John R. Bronson;
M. Albritton to grub the highway 1 on Monday in the .

i: --- IFTHE PRICE IS RIGHT the from road the now cross-state used as highway a thoroughfare through' ,BUSINESS OF YEAR NEW MICE CHIEF self found and at George this Iqte

r as far as the .railway crossing a mile cattlewhich are a ..
' from Ilolopaw,, from which point the Council Wind Affair On. Tuesday New'' "Member Sworm- ia By Retiring time in Osceola county .... Jicei.
East Coast Contractor Appear Be. highway will continue on the right-of- Up the time in Polk county Body .* New Im-

.. "for. Commissioners and Ask For way along the railway property direct Evening Say. Adioio, Then Mayor; Many Applicant for Pod ed in both! counties; and pete* From Last Meeting: Ekc-

, : Change ;in Specification to the station at that place- Adjourn Sine Die of Water and Light CollectorThe I verbal arrangements tioo: Banquet Follow
which is already in shape for grading. : ;- county assessor that ", .M'
w. Evert P. Maule-full owner of the At the-ame session the ('ommlssionIen An extra number of scat had to newly elected city officials are shoul make the There were nearly forty members ,
authorized L. S. Hartzog to be added to the customary quota enumerated.l below: Mayor-II. M. ternate years, he asked the Kisslmmee'' Chamber pf Com
;, quarries producing what is known as grade the same road, ditching/ each when the council met on Tuesday May' councilmen A. S. Gilbert.president county remit the present at the meeting Friday
"Ojus Rock." attended the regular side of the right-of-way sufficiently evening to conclude all matters pendIng ; J. W. Thompson HowardM. y'ar-a Polk county >ning, when the annual election of
meeting of the board of county commissioners to keep it free from water. The handle such new matters as Katz, James :M. Johnston A Ro"en1 The necessary steps was scheduled to occur. In
on Monday-having inadcthe matter of 'hard-surfacing was not were devolving upon that body and ; clerk--J. R. Gilbert; treasurer- taken-although the there were some twenty-
run from Miami for the special considered. pass upon $he bills for the past J. Z. Roberson; chief of police-W. J. ceola county has been of Saint-'Cloud at the gath-
purpose of Doing business with Osceofa :- month. All members were present. McGehee; attorney (holdover) Lewis injunctions by the :."' As a result of the assembl
A substitute for absorbent cotton his
J1 utmost towards
county. Upon investigating J' Following routine matters R. II.( ,O'Bryan. together of these people there
I is obtained
. from valuations this
pine cellulose.EActs
the call for bids however, it waft- Brock of Mabbctte street, asked to Following theJ'inistration county pledges made that will
: f. und that the road contemplated by I bo reimbursed for a small sum which of the the organization and
". Air. Maule. the variety used on the he had expended in looking after a oath of office by John S. Cadel retiring result) in a great deal of ben-
, best roads on the east coast, was not j OF MARRIAGE ditch near his home. and asked also mayor, A. S. Gilbert was COMMITTEE for not only the city but forth
i mentioned : the ditch chosen president of the council and
in the call for proffers that thu -ity clear before as well. .
\ therefore the commissioners could the rainy season. The matter was 18JO he took the chair, he said: "I appreciate S. Cadel in retiring from the
. by no means consider a bid of that I OF ORLANDO BANKERNO referred to the drainage: committee the honor that has been conferred TO LOOK mad/ a speech in which
l' sort. fc of the new board. upon me by electing me to thanked all those 'who had stuck
t Mr. Maul addressed. I the board and The matter of expense incurred by this position; and I desire to say the organization during the past
I i told of some of the work that hnd LONGER PROBLEM having the county aid in improvingthe that Ina id will be extended to all POORFARM and hethen suggested!'! as A
I. 1 been don the I icommittees and, in all cases where ,.
*--mentioning the WOI know I highway in Cape Breeze addition successor Bart Bryan-who
going on at (Cocoa whciu the .. I was briefly discussed. When ,IT may be needed during: this admin- just returned from an extended
i citizens were highly pleased nt the Wed in Courthouse Where Gentle the assistance of'the ('ounhWU8- implored -I istraton. "I thank you for what you Enthusiasts Will outside this country. The lec-
I construction. It I j is well known I that Breezes From Lake Tohopekaliga | the maximum of 'the expenditures have done. Pool-farm in I t! of officers embraced Dart Bry-
f. tbe) roads and highways of 1'alm i I was limited "10 about four I Two ,communication from Mayor president" ; J. M. Johnston vice-
, Brazil ('ounty1'(' unexcelle'd( for i j Bring Naught But Joy and Peace i hundred dollars The bill for thewOlk i :May were read. One recommended Self-Supporting ,' ; \Leo II. Wilson treasurer;
smoothness I and dependability. 1 I I and done Isth*. "Ollnltnl"HZ"II., I I the selection ofV.. J. McGehee as I Woodbeck, secretary. In a-kli-
: longevity, ani the commissionersitre In anothcr'column of this 'issue will after deduction, ; eight i hundred, dot < hief of police, and I lie other recommended N.. meeting of the ,' I: to I those Wits the election of a 1I
I so well 1 I pleased at the statements I lie found a modest notice i of I licenses lais I and other bills incurred' will addH.r..1 the ,'('-app inlnH'nt of W. M. sioners could b,. carried of governors, consisting of W.
. of :Mr. :Maule l t that it was decided issued 1 and marriages performed by hundred dollars to that um; Quirk as night police. Councilmen due: reference to the Makinson, John S. Cadel Ernest
r to again call for bids for the .1 I utll!" T. I I.. ('oll1<'r. Tile second one and these facts did not agree with Johnston and Thompson moved' and has been saddled on to ( ( Green, J. Earl Lupfer and Edgar
in t the 1'st, I tells\ of the weddhig of Raymond supported( hat the pair of recommen- j ty. Time was when the
: toad for %Vh','h bonds ha\e already the primary contemplation\ of th* I I Katz. A soliciting committee
been issued in the special roaj"und' ; A (;:its and Ruth I'orter. It board. The matter was passed dIctions In- fa'orahladed: upon- ."sll<'d a poorftrm that appointed, with the object of in-
. bridge "tflt. .IridII"/ :1 olheiw-i l e i is. possible that that all readers may The revision of I the building/ ordinance 'iiind the motion cart i.,1. The new I ductive spot ; and files //: the number of paying mem-
known as t the Lake Wilson district, j'Ii not connect I this affair/ with the shooting as previously agreed by I the ( thiefvas sworn i into office as soon r.ette of years ago tell : now totaling 114, and of stimu-
The county engineer will preparea I t taking )place in t the home of H. ouncil( 1, "provided I the change would us the session adjourned. made of fruit from the' / //: the forty members who are
call for bids which will include' thexariety l n. Waring at Orlando. last week; lot be antagonist (10 )|u. matters I I The present citv attorney. lycwisO'Brynn I days are no more; the negligible into greater activity.
w in which :Mr.t !Maule speciali i I't it will be remembered that variousnseitions nf insurance," was outdo- -aft or ad- i info, med the council that posed of in some ; j -. committee consists of J. M. '
I 7fo. as well\I as for other l kinds t of were made in I the pi ess' i le- \ ices from inxuta'nce i circles "(hat. to it was not customary!'! to appoint the lieu of that fine '( A.S.. Nelson, J. M. Will-
f road mal.'illl--I1'' ( will sI ipulateall ports that "Kay A. (late, had, beeniecently "'hange I the I thickness. of the walls. on I city i attorney t until e the second meeting the ownership of the and E. I D. Katz. "
1 I I d mal" i..J. although details ', of the ('olll1<.il- -adding t that prior which is too large to be .
. that bids must be in tbe hands no a on. lorv building j I I from twelve to ( ,"( was a telling 'speech from
' of the clerk to t the beta: .id I bv tni :'!'had,' been secured in verification, I; as towhere I ten or even eight i t I inches would I haveno |I'I to tint, iipiiii" lit iiient he would like tivated und according E. Krause, of Runnymede. and by
i i. o't lock: on the morning of Saturday t the leiemony too Kplace." effect/ on I individual I I cases, but I that i| to he heaid I upon the question; andthe have tried it. too ,' Brammar of Saint Cloud by
: I, The facts t of t the ceremony uniting i i [[ I matter Was passed) I duce profitable
4 i May 7, when an adjourned .p. < iil: i too common custom would perhaps :! crops. Pledger and II. Clay Stan-
,| meeting of the (cnmmisiionei; will\ K.-iymond: A. Cates; and :Miss "Kuthi have an effect, when I theiei I|: I In Mew of the fllthnt( \ there i is 1 Each: meeting 1 ol the i. of Kissimmee and by others
' I II' i I'orter., are I that SlIlur.IIIVIan'h: :lift( ,, .strong? probability of (the resignation ers sees the matter of
;i ; l be held to cotmder, the mattet? "' be a revision) in classifica-/; '' I which the Ocean to Gulf High
j( there being; held the icjcular meeting I I'1-: the couple drovpfrom Orlando t ions The-ordinance became of :Miss K. E. Derbyshire as light. I brought up by (' Association was unanimously
;;;... on :MOflht) !May _' direct. to the courthouse of Osceola ti\e i by waiving the rules and .rrl"-I passing |]land watei I collector to fill I I an expected. and I there is. usually a : by the l ody.
There were many present at t I the (..iinty in 1 Kiss-mulct i *. where a I license i I it on (the final leading I I appointment as! postmaster, of th"1 ing factor in (' Following the adjournment of the
f r meeting I on :Monday I loming i from the I lot maniage was issued hv the deputy Following: I the financial 1"'po'l.' (S II. I I Kissimmee office, there were numerous by. ('hail man / the entire assemblage went
1 section of the county interested\ in I of (the county/ j judge l I Immediately :\1. Breaker, president of the council applications\ for appointment as time the farm is ", ; : the Electric Cafe, where a boun-
I I! following, (the issuance of that 'her wl1l'n'u'anl'V in the missioner Bass
, the proposed road which. extends docu-i said : successor merely ; repast! was served, the while -
t through a very rich portion of cur Ot the wedding( took place. Judge *ntlemen i of the council : Before I office was announced. These appli- balance of power tests was music of pleasing variety;
. ... 0"1'-1 T. I I. Coiner officiating. tne. witnesses I ( ations. included Louise Thomason, sioner oft-Clelland-and
\ ola .lInlThl' land. there is I retiring from your body I desire. to the entire evening resulted in a
(.illllv adapted for cittii* culture. and .being. .John L. Overstrect clerk of thank each, and every member fOI'1 i C'. A. Williams, II. J. Barnes. Elsie silent, of greater unanimity and an
t 111' many gtove. now coming on dcnonel i court and C ITurner: ufler which the loyal support of the past \'l'lr- :McCoskey :\1<-l'w..n.Ir": W. A. Steed, The matter was ", t zeal among the members
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. :Mrs. C. E I Dcnig and W. K. Allen. during the closing
, some means of transportation | ceremony a year I that has been very I trving! ..n'' the local Chamber of Commerce.
.5 which will be I It" s expensive than ,I dates; hove away. the members of this body owing to The p I lions were turned over to :Monday meeting-after
- the mode I that hax been in use i /No word of the; affaii I leaked, out I llii> ninny p"I'pl."ingp'ol>lems :that the water and light committee (to I of several means- of ,... is considered the largest
J-rnad;: has long I been under considerution Th"1f' ', t through the witnesses, and it was only we hnve had to face; and I t'mcerelv'riit I... appointed) with ;power to act' place, among which was )' centre in the world is P.eta- -
f'f and t the "commissioners I .believe. after I I the recoids had been marched I that the' new I>hoard whiih is I when |Ihe projx-r, time arrives.! I tion by Commissioner v ('al.! whence almost 15,000,000(
I now that I the "ie\ I is Hear for the 1 hal: the -ietails were apparent. Thefact about to <" .,,"n1o its duties. will have I Upon motion of CouncilmanThol111"- the co-operation of eggs!'! are .sent out annually.
completion of the: highway! | : I hat nU\( mood A. Gates; has been much smoother sailing during its I son, rfcppoited by Councilman Katz. .t ration Agent leo I H. !
!so much in the public eye. owing to t term' of office t than the present I board> the application of Joe K: Johnstonfor be invited. It war' decided
h I II i he prominence he acquired in the hii" hail. I " all." the post of city engineer was I mittee of twoJohn SPECIAL DIET
"BANK SOON TO OPEN "'ii I'ingAnr, (' shooting affair, at (Orlando -, The council then adjourned you sine favorably considered, and the appointment \ II. We tbe i by, should lie emblem.'A
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renders this announcement of die., of ]Mr. Johnston followed. determine what steps
the Ireu'tt'r'lIlu('. It is understood -- -- The council then adjourned. best U take to secuie'
I I that !Mr. and :\Ir,.. Gates; hllnow PUSHERS FOR HIGHWAY "results. The report of
DIRECTORY CHANGED gone, to /New York, --:'to'i"il the home PLAN HOLDING MEETING GOLF AND C UNTRCWB tee will be looked for
of the bride," as well as to escape the CHOOSE NEW OFFICERSThe I regular meeting of-the \
{ interviewers from various publica- IN LAKELAND WEDNESDAY NO SIR "OTMUCH

FROM EARLIER PLAN tions. new of6-;: : of the Klssim- JANE GREEN SWAMP -, ,
Highway enthusiasts have received mee Golf and Country Club who were i
1 INEZ', BRIEF CONFESSION WILL BE .. Men Har Alway Eat.. What'
information from the president of elected on Wednesday at the' annual I
Merchants' and hr.Baaar.; ; ,of Kis- BROUGHT HER TO JAIL the Midway Ocean to Gulf Highway meeting held at the Graystone com TO .Deeir.d-A.d Ar, Strufen

sunmee Plan to Open for Business Association J. Edward Krause that prise the'following:: B. Bryan, president -, "HardeaeJ Arteries" *
f Within Two Week Deputy-sheriff John Bronson was the commercial club or Lakeland expects : Claude Harper and Nelson I E. II. Ellerby' and
t f down Campbell way on Tuesday, every booster to be in that cityon Makinson, vice-presidents; 'Captain Kemper, both of Deer these days of fads of many
'.. The new financial institution which merely because of a "tip" he had re- the evening of Wednesday next. -. -. Lyn,., secretary; Edgar D. attendance at the and many kinds to coincide
t will open its doors sometime between ceived. With him was Rollie Arnold The Saint Cloud pushers will leave Katz treasurer; L. A. Hamilton II. board of county many minds there has become
, the fifteenth and twentieth of the -who was then and there sworn in home at four o'clock promptly and A. Hunter and Captain W. A. Mc- Monday. The latter was .. a belief that unless certain
I I present month will once more give as deputy. They drove to the homeof expect to be joined here bv a cavalcade Coule, greens committee. It in the' vocating the building are eaten at certain time and
IKisteimmee the quota of banks which Inez Jefferson, a young married of cars; and supper will be eaten intention of the club to make permanent through the dense! r drinks of'certain brand are
*' the city supported until the failurei colored woman mother of a child in Lakeland. Everyone interested greens install bunkers and swamp and gave the of upon certain occasion
of lone of the institutions last year; about fourteen months oM, and when in the measure being forwarded is make all needed additions. The new some facts and figures will sadly deteriorate ani 7,
[I and the handsome ou9 ter->in which Inez came to the door .Bronson expected to visit Lakeland on that executive officers are local men and cost. Prior to taking race will gradually dwindle to a
1..' tj 4'ip' new institution-will located abruptly said: "We want that two date. they expect to give every consideration ward making a passable where\ there are no real men
corner of Brood operateb ar. gallons of shine you have!" The to a complete reorganization of was decided that the women to multiply and, replen-
lington avenue, have been made most woman sorely worried and affrighted If heavy rains do not ensmall the the club-and to make an all-year should run his line the earth.
": attractive and imposing. at once rPplied: "I haint gotno crop Wauchula which last week proposition instead of merely through ignated route and J. T. Ricker who'' is 73 years
There have been radical changesin two gallons: o' shine! Nossir. ( commenced to ship cucumbers in the winter season. It is expectedthat cise amount of the work has retired; from active prao-
I the directorate as published in the nint got but one gallon-an' there it carlots will commence this week to numerous social: events will be The entrance' to' the of his profession-but he still
"Application for a charter for the is! An' it cost me twelve dollars, make shipments by the trainload It arranged at an early date. swamp is at Deer Park to its! tenet and treatments
1" Merchant Farmers Bank of too!" is confidently stated that the yield route leading about a he has become greatly interesteJ
Kissimmee' which appeared duringthe It was an especially rapid arrest will he larger: than ever before from Under English'common law no one immediate descent to the various systems of propagan- i
t latter part of the past year; and and the woman and the baby and that district. has. a light to bathe in the sea. the present!'! waterway that have been put forth in this -
t there have been changes within the the liquor were brought to jail. The Through this mile of by those who came to spend a
pant few weeks while the alterations charge against Inez was having' mobile would dare to winter and enjoy the de-
in the building to he occupiedwere liquor in her possession. On Wednesday ENTHUSIASM GROWS ENTIRE I is a boat which may climate. Dr. Ricker is a
Onder way. The hank will open the father came and carried : through! much of the -believer in the regular style of 1
under a regime that, judging from home the infant-hut the motherwas : -yet the vessel could -saying that longevity i is pro-
{ be man who has bought not only unable to secure a release bond. COUNTY PROMISES SUPPORTEnthusiasm entire distance"Jut now ..<1 more by commonsense than by \
'lie building hut sufficient/ stock to Later in the day a plea of guiltywas ; water is "low. It Is fads. In evidence of this
\ give control, will win confidence of entered and a line of $IOU and Gaining Every Moment: Completion of Project Finds Sap- deep, in spots, however yesterday gathered; the following
bed of the ordinary --.. and of the
{ the public.II. costs was affixed by Judge Comer. ages of some resi- .
(j. :SUiton; will control the institution. Upon the prtiper security made hy port : Mass Meeting at Saint CIQud Draws Good Audience and Weld big: the season when in Kissimmee-all of whom
Mr. Staton has, devoted, \ the husband the woman was release'tIAnother ) Good Road Enthusiasts; Closer the outgoing fruit : in full possession of all\ faculties
his life to hankin!!. At HendersonJlle. -, arrest by Deputy-sheriff -- other side it will run no hardening of the arteries **
4)l North Carolina I e he organized i I MroiiHon" was made on Tuesday The-e wets an excellent audience I Orlando, April fi;, 1921 four feet higher-as ) a freedom from all dieting:: ?
toe Peoples. National Hank with a Charles I.nml) being apprehended fiom Kissimmee in attendance upon I J J Edward, Krau e, the erosion upon the n. Bailey, HO; Joseph T. 51
('lIpillll.of I $I l.r!>OOOO. wheie, lie reniain- \'. tyh one gallon of I extra-quality the mass meeting called in Saint 'Dear Sir: Under instruction from thick-growing trees. 66; Stephen A. Rogue 66;
t..I< till the invalidism'' of :Mrs. Staton psckenham in his possession, ; as. he Cloud! on Wednesday' evening, and ,I the l-'Iorida Hotel Association assembled a half century this road! <'rt M. Crafton 77; William L.
.. S forced him"to seek a Florida climate.Mr. \\ his coming Into Kissimmee from upper floor of I th" Grand Army hall I here today for t Ihe 'sixth annual only means of crossing (8-V;; Kphraim Derbyshire;
Staton organized I the Rank of hi. home. C H. Lamb was one of saw some excellent work done and I| ....convention I wish to inform waste and those who G. Fail, 82; Joseph M. Gard-
". Orange and has been making that the jurors. according to court records heard' sonieoptiniistic talks upon the I you that this feirOc-iation has gone on ..nd! the nerve to locate 77; Danforlh J. Manchester/ 73;
h, city his home for! some sevenvears which at the recent term of completion, of the Kissimniee-Saint record as endorsing I the work of yoirr side have certainly M. Murphy, 77; Jacob L.
-and there he owns considerable the county court acquitted a defendant ( Iou ,,' yc alLy. Upon the east coast, aNo charged with dealingin liquor. is now being advanced by xecunthe earliest possible completion present the- taking up Vail 79; Linneaus Williams
;' :Mr.: St act on has heavy interests.t the Midway: Ocean to Gulf; Highway of the road I extending from !Melliouine depends upon the ; John Winstanley, 80; Emory
:,' / was- not until he could buy out- FLORIDA YEGISLATUREBEGINS At7 social i On. i westward to Tampa-believing county treasury. 72. .
*-. Tltiht the building in which the new BIENNIAL GRIND Sam Hrammar was chosen temporary / that it is one of the most important I _
*' bank is located an-l secure a controlling chaiiman, and he announced that arteries of the entire Florida DECLARE NO-FENCE BROADWAY GARAGE
-, interest in the linam-'al' institu- With W. McWilliams: of Saint i.rimarv steps towards the formAtion -I highway system. The Florida HotelAssociation WILL NOT ARRANGING FOR SERVICE
(J tion that !Mr. Staton decided. to give Johns (county president of the senate of a Chamber of Commercewould with II membership of
his time to the upbuilding of. the and Frank E. Jennings speakerof then and there l II e taken For two hundred pledges. its!'! united moral In spite of the strong A. Edington who has been
. Business" in Kissimmee. He state" the house, the woik of the legislature this purpose Jeers Diefendorf\ was support and every possible material I made by the No-Fence the Southland garage for
That the larger part of his time will commenced on Tuesday. The chosen aa president and Walter Ar- help in the completion, of this road. it i-i now asserted by past six months has secured a
ijbe devoted to his interests. ht're- extended 'message to the legislaturewas rowsmith as secretary, and the workof J. II. WHITNEY Secretary.In leading! publications -time lease on the property of
T and he ''is especially enthusiastic over read by Governor Cary A. Har- perfecting the organization will rapid succession there were that while there is a A. Lancaster at 509 Broadway,
the possibilities lie notes in this city deeand proved! to possess a wealth : he promptly forwarded. talks from J. :S.; Cadel, 1'. E. Hop ment favoring the section nearest the railway.
,; end its surroundings. of information and suggestion.A Following this action J. Edward kins. Claude Johnson II. C. Stanford stockmen of the ; is now being "altered and
4' His efforts are now directed in Securing Krause, who had been in attendanceat S. W. Porter Rev. L. A. Lan- ceedingly: doubtful if and has already been trans-
a cashier thoroughly capable 7600-ton concrete tanker recently a meeting of the hotel men of the dig. A. F. Bass P. M. Lamb H. O. will be backed by a into a first-class garage an-l
and in every way dependable. Yesterday sailed from San Diego California. state at Orlando made an extensivetalk Hart, and others-each and all expressive ber of votes to pass it depot, which will be known a*
.; Mr. Staton was in communication regarding the matter for which of a strong spirit of optimism houses of the present Broadway garage. Mr. Eding
... with several' possibilities and been until recently president of the I the people of Osceola county are a and declaring a determinationto Should the it has ability in the automobile Iin .
there is a chance that the deal was Bank of Chamblee, at Chamblee, unit* the completion of the cross- co-operate in every way; and it lated, allowing local been well. tested, and he will 1
Closed with one of thedesired men. Georgia, but he closed out his interests mate highway. He told of the proffered might be said that there is being county as to Its from the commencement a good
"1 want to start clean" said he, there to take up new business in ai-i extended individually from awakened a full realization of the governor has expressed \ of patrons.Up .
S "and keep an institution that will be KUsimmee. I the hotelmen I of Orlando. Titusville. importance of the undertaking. willing and ready to
clean in every way. My reputation Details regarding The date of opening Miami Saint Petersburg, and other Arrangements are being made to to April 1. 1920, 2,023,000 of
J a banker may be investigated bye and the officials to be in points, and, to corroborate the assertions hold meetings at niany points- -and The blossom of the 2,728,000 persons driven from
fQ4 who have any doubts as to my charge will appear in the next issue made he read the following it is probable a-meeting will be heldin of the gum family has homes in France by war have
\)vfoua dealings." Mr. Staton has of The Gazette. as an action of the association: Lakeland during the coming week. as Australia's national _


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Compare ' It's a dull week when no new 'garage .
'", starts in business. .
Tfiese Born, in Kingston Centre, "Ohio, March- 14, 18S5. -- imagination
Flakes A chap with a vivid ,
p' ; r Culled to 'Florida by the late Hamilton Disxtun in .1894.- can peer into the infinite, !dive after STRIKE

liaised to his Reward at Tucson, Arizona! March 16, 1921 the unfathomable, but never pays a
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your grocers shelves deadly that three drops of it touching \ cigarette *

.. I rny part of the body will cause
and yoiill find that death. At this rate war will soon
rd* ht as dangetous: \ as trying to- bent
an express train to a cloaning.

POST TOASTIES A recent weather report stntod .
lint the thermometer registered ltdegrees !
in the city 'of Washington; I
f the hottest r,. 'ord for ]M'lrth sinceJH II I
Are Superior Corn Flakes I"I "r1 '4' I -:). This| OKllllMJf iluilllfT the first .
month of the Mauling .idiniiiist, stet
I I II lion, pi'11 "'n"- what '! o0

r In making PostToasties only the i d4 __ Vaunt 1\f thin 1 I'gislaturn 01 I'lorIli M
I M I! toltirh has n-suntllyd thn00'nt
14 1i I II II Ii post ; -
choice part of carefully selected teas r r the Tampa 'lllbunelb ,
,, , ,I II nur "jil'nlli.\1; ;!hr'sl." and I
white corn is used perfectly cooked I .rntortilicd: inlt-rling"er of thu @
Tm, ,.. .. .... !
I I"u' 1I'd' It W"" a Ja.
rolled and toasted to a crisp s .f, .1" It' tilt' dire f,'llow.s WHII1o'I"'\ 7 ,
I" ,II'd, f'dl"'h,' di,.ht'I Ih\ sat'ti "
appetizing brown. X. 1 "iiii dogtolturc! : i ''11--1' lntc, : i'l. ----
I ''li'd' ''' and,) (t. :i--t\' stii'i-sim n. had a.<.
Millions eat POST TOASTIES I ., 111.10-01 I in 'I'.ill:ih.i-m'o in tu) > 'mti."t., EGGS IN TOMATO SAUCE
s1 ,1"I'\ i -lie |I"'pl'' ''
like 'em!
because they '
t'n'tt-on thnui-uil, i<'1-il 0'rof ilfI .
J ,u "il tiru i In" now,
r '," c.' I "iM'i-is hoc- a-I" I for 'Ir- ; ipc"
s y' rnon, : c-f II.) i- .Ii..01 Ii4.- of \tin n' .mitt :oil>i I in'\\ :u.l, I ",ppclvrttg t ) wa\s .of |ui"
Sold by Grocers i v I I ?> f.I!I III. 1 Pauli'Ih i l 1.1'--i, | si ,ISO. I'IL' t tl Ii. 'i" :" M \ .n I.t t \ 10. I II" mi-mi,
5- *, funrrl i >l |"r<".-.'.iiiii in tin- Ioi'y, II'' Kin" I i- a Hi je 'Hi 'iiiiini mini 1 In tin-
tl'" \\urlil Kill In. -.11-11 nI i-ti ,lluhii I I':\u'HUH' nt,.il I 1\.1"1" i n, of II"" -Initid,
i Everywhere ,| uf "facile, S.MII luill i"iiv-. tin. :st.iti-, I Ii>i pI inont ul .\nniultiiipiilp/ .. ,
I Atliinlit' liiiiijrinir' : tin lunlu"" "f..tin-i-, : T\\n I ,10ptunutu, and\ jUI'| o
'' Ij + illustrious, fend uliovi. ,11 'IIIIM militll.lM I I ""I|t t 11" oieh: ., .u,,1" 1 ; 'two 1 aldi
Jlade Postum Cereal
by Co.Inc.Battle :i
CreekMichigan.Demands .
1 : S Illlllnl I lllstu (10 the glut, t' Ml' spoon. h.lIto':t t ; they ,t alde-poi' '
half i" ,, uNiv -alt one .
A nil man" ..irmMat -' off a< flupio, tint' ; :ispoiin ;
j I Ij it"son p.0 ss-: a \i\j] I n mi-nil, i of. r', ,Mill t0i.poon'prppet, '; and 1 one ,f'd 1
t'f_ t .-\mi-iirax" (1"rime.- contubouo 1 , i to i n,' half i-pi-on-, s:ill
t hi aotll's, f..r..c limn Mik: a -a0,0'. of ,the angredu'nto.'
I ..- I Cut, ..n..I'alf l of t the -nur, m a bakIng .
II I How I. l\ our ('iinipliMdii1oiniii ill, h. I It-, ak i -i\, 4gg'! ,, n'0.. lit' II
I ,, A \\ -lioul.l! I'luvv' raw',. beau "nmo i 'into n810,4, .. :nut -Inl, each,
---- ,ill'o' til -IN.'i toying ijinlint.. -
Li fool as she 'lows olili-i, "unl. sir will "'gg. ;
1 \\li.n Il''I':'11st., of) li\ I li III thinning" : ) .s.iuic'; and sptuikli-, throe,
I .mi
n no vpatof ago) the death I ol Ins pi olitablo "iv-ult wa- entnelduo toMr Kiipinir < i sand i .
i father' followtcl :after 11 brit.. .f "into' \Vaid, who. lad managed this linwvl- in '(rood, ootbng) : m.lnr.| : \I.hlt, -po,0nof grated[ .." <1)1 I H4- otir., .
I Trcc.iicni'Atlcnlioii sal l bl. \that of Ins mot ho i', throw I hol.i.l hu mess from. its uus-pton.Iquttly If you me l haggard( | and| yiiow. \ ourt0s I\h\ ,- top| I'ut in the 00'. ('It ami! hike
latgrly I upon bi>- own 10-1 'nut". ] .it home in tile woodith, :I lo-tug I | ) thi-n) luauslid, 1 j uhltilift ', ,1It'\\til tin- eggs( an "ft, SIIM. hot onl.uail
AMo tea. 'pl"Yl'd" about the I.IIAI\! timhor noon. on the pianios with ',oinintr \tllo\Msli. jour Ilish Mali. .to.t, -Ivd 01' tooth boiled.! I'll"
\nil1-, IInd. with a i loirnosiwliuh stark, nun. in tho :rat wand) orthardH ,,, 1)V,. it max I.) <. dm tn indtgt.twa! !: u'. -
,, lo a sluiirish Ii... IMIIIIU. ; .il.tin's hildii-n who h:IM- woims arc pulo.s.iiJv .
kod '
'i'r'a..d I as )u matured. he |"ii with fruit mi-i>, ol in the of In i when i r .
. fa hlt'ts, iri-it. tht-sc : and P"d.' ,.., 111 i' two of
up I the ti-U'irrnph l husmrss-in hi< h hoa>- a !past m.ivtor. of k'tail of land ii> iiiorliiWlmt -
I line hc' M" rapidly' .lvlln,1 I hal hettras and orpoiation alTaii", it is I no wondor I White's 'ii-mi \rrinifuir will clear
I is the sh.-ll of tin, and l 14-ton( tlii'iKiind ..-
,. piot.ilh' thini out io-y
HIMIII mule! t 1< irruph xupniiident that lio WII",1.\ to conduit
in that diMsion, When tin theliuncss of the company will 'la.-v..t' trot in history I loi .iti",1, ailolumiu cheerful spnits fare, :3.c.( Sold* .
(" of hjit ho lx- i I : nliforrni liy ,ilolx'rHon's i'hirm.ux .
IlawkoM- lili'jrtiph ti;pany, Michkill t would justifiedin
I I','\\a, woo font AVERAGE keeps his ,' __'_.. .._...' ' .,_._. .. _._,, ...
car owner : ,' Ward thin but twontv ( withlny buyer or hroker, I "- -.- . . . .-.-.-.' ,' '.--" ,' .-.x'-----<-:-:'':-:-:'':--C'XX.I : ; ;-

f THE full of water-his crank case '. ( .ais. of ago, w.i- made i..i,i 1I1f"1 and of having kept his company out oj'
of oil-his tank full of gasoline. ;.nd the ( nmpanya" soon upon of the l bow c-ourts during the ontno 'I Manhattan Hotel.
l I.Lal'r., upon its i ooijr.ini.itionlo |plrjod covered. by dcalsVothiiig .
i These are things that he can SEE. I "amad., -? it-tin v' In'a-IIr'r. : lout the most careful, honi.tide -
an,1 I ir.'HI-MI I 'iipoi inti:ndrnt ; all"i 'lwlun doalinir would insure such aCM '
You can't tee your STORAGE BATTERY the' was taken, over l Icy ord in oniati'| n*. of such magnitndo I t.
4 -you can't immediately detect when it needs ''a Mn>nnti .Is. ,>ii itlinn: :Mi Ward "..- Hosuli'tin' ompinv's husi, Open Under New MuiumcmeiitJ
'II.I, ) l to ttnuim .nin ofhiui! i.ip.i ,o-s. ol l' \\.iid handled, at li-a-t t half
attention-but it is just as important \ as it\ lint he i host I" tinn Inat, I.1, Ott II ion .uMit I< 'mil:il aiioon "1"OWI1 :.( J J. NLwin.: Jr. i
water in the radiator, oil in the crank case tuition to "rood estate, J 1 .mil n ll'.it' "II\"lual, iKiouii. Such a 'record, I !- 'I'
1""n' I pioniinirui, and 'wu'soi would di imlit, to a man ,mtri\ (piniuf I .. y
or gasoline in the tank.Jon't Ins In ,,ilth 0,11,1 I -I IIIlh. lint
'"' e'- oj'
i It ,\,- ,thioiiirli the I lobe million al i v<"m"- age ;'ti: \\,01! w.t- injuic-ti :|. \\ c arc going to hart a -p'tmiul'' ilinne', on :Sunthiv Ironi' !twelve to

neglect your l-jttrry. 1t\11: S'l'hart 11'-t' ,lul1. uf 1'11I11.Ih'a, and HI-MIDI 'II' tn nibtot and) fracture' ono ol t :A two .11 which lime we ..h.dl11! : \' Clnrkfn', v\il'i i' ;\oncJlcs! loi/elliei t.
fleqlK'nt jilt-Mum. It should I IH- IKS !IF "I Pit r. thaI c. \\" Wild came to 1 loi. vCilalitiK1, of 1 I I.- barkbun0. -, .
and I'll.l.I.IMIII Ills. 'I'III.I:I" \V that I : nil I in 1 s'!II.I 11 i\iuil| w. -\\'n, IHI-I !! him ,ml'.!")..<. -.IIIf""JIIand'a: coouuo lunou I I.;. vvitli the usuil i "ml|I ul I least e,er>' fifteen da, ... Just( \\ .\ II.Kwon't : 1'an..plal1t.d. to (tho .south ?. '
' n -- mm: : !KI with, |>hv-n" innnd "iirgt'nni ''i icerain' anal cake 'In !Irct it \\11; t hI:' .1* good,)I a dinner .1, you
I do. II must be HIS) I II.I.KU W1 I KK. |I', ....(....,1,1 (,f cxlraoidinarcnei'puli \'. ,, '.
under such ihlh
\t'1{ tin'n ltbuoong" I'aturdav
,htand, , fir wifk. Mi; lia P e\er: )Katl at' tin, law |I".e i I >0r. I'lionc ir-4-r\ .ition' Iy! .ix(
) ou can quickl and ahs'Iutely d<'srop( <'ap\: '"'dl'''' would hatgat! 4n ui and rot ti .
In sf..;"n il-oid i lil 4' even the most expensive: hallory by :NKd-: ; t ltd duet actitalhusuxss.tVlidI : ( cvcninif.: ..
I-KT. Lot us save you this expense. \\ care real astute/ man of tried etprriencrand I ouete". in -pite of pain and physical I 't .
equipped to give your battery the atten; wide reputation tp take charge weakness!. kept up hs: courage f
tion it IKM\ IS.n ,of the fcalf of land belonging to Mr.I| und displayed! hii western grit livslicking t. DAKIN A\'ENtE. '. j PHONE 221 I 1 19fib
lni>|iton's various .. drainage :8UA"H'j tq: Hie work entrusted; to his : f'K
iloxoVopment and Hand companies. manngeinent. In fact someof! hN : >->457 S'r}+h .,'..: dwM'ChMv{td.SG, r){.,<;-:' :".y4 jq>ti"}r.l +Y } Tf <-'xv,w C s1t
Ward at that time was oporut-1 I
Mr. most successful<< deals wore made .
ing thioujrhout/ the west with headquarters : when l I.e .was! sufTering intensely.
\ at .Chicago, and doing nti, The name of C. W Ward is l justly.
& PratKerOVERLANO annual hii"irio" of mom than n million intillo l to bo. written side By nidi
dollars, his field ovlondinfr. frcm with those of llonrv H Plant anti II.
Chicago tp the Put', Impressed !M. Haglor as I loi'ida's, foremost
AND COLUMBIA CARS with !Mr Wal i reputation Mr. Pisston engaged( him
PHONE 136 KISSIMMEE FLA. to take up the' Florida work, in which I Iluimg' the. early portion of tht-
he long continued At that tune the current year !\lr.VIII'd found! his
119r Florida land hoom of I the eighties' hoalth falling!! to a considerable do- I
--- -- had exhausted itself and the land! gioohis .stionuouH life and business i.
market wan dull. action having its (efforts augmented :
In 189li( Mr, Disston died, and his by the accident befallinghim .
family practically abandoned\ his some fifteen years ago, and
Florida enterprises The Di" ston from which he only temporarily recovered -I -
Osceola Hardware Company holding comprised two million aef He felt that a change of
N f Tea of land lying in seven counties :, climate might prove ben..lkilll-lInd
.. . .of Florida, and the estate also owned with his son, C. Wayne Wand, and
.:-' the Saint Cloud sugar: plantation.! accompanied by his nurse, he left .
''the scene of Mr. r)>i"ston' most extensive Kissimmee on Wednesday February
.i i operations... : 9, for Tucson Arizona. Those with }
1 I This was a period of extreme de- j him noted an improvement in his! ahJ1 to sM O
tl i I oression in Florida real estate, when condition after reaching that fipotja '
\ ; lands were practically worthless, and, betterment so marked that hu son
many of the largest land owners let I Ii felt justified in making trips to California -
their lands sell for taxes year after and other points to look after
i',year. But throughout the dull times some of the interests of his father. ,
[ Mr. Ward never lost his faith in the It was upon one of these business I
[ future of Florida lands In 1900 the trips, this time to eastern cities, that AWAY WITH
\\ United Land Company was organiz-I :\t r. Ward was notified that he should I GUESSING !
I ed and took over the Uisslon i proper-i, return to Tucson as there was imminent -
@ axe tiesand then when he was completely II | danger, and he immediately
ready he resurrected! the dead market hastened to'the bedside of his father I when
I by suddenly taking the field and offering i reaching there on Friday, March TIE wrong guess you buy roofing -
tf various blocks of land for sale 11. The g-enorul breakdown occured may cost hundreds of dollars. ..
for several times prevailing prices. Wednesday, February 23. you
The effect on the market was elec With that indomitable will power
This Old Boy Is Enjoying Life trifying. His!! energy and skill did I which marked his progress in all It will pay you to see us before you buy. Tell us the

lj the rest. Customers flocked to matters which he promoted and I kind of building you're buying the roof for. Then
Florida, and ten percent of the adult handled Mr. Ward insisted that he we
in the breeze of a Westinghouse male population of the state turned : would not give; up till after the an- can give you sound advice and save you real money.
real estate agents and Florida land niversary of the day of his birth- .
Electric Fan. You the
: can enjoy March He declared that when he Whether
values advanced steadily until they you need Bird'j Paroid. Bird's Art-Craft
soon advanced several hundred percent should have reached the age of sixty-
same delightful experience by I higher than they were when Mr. six he was ready and willing to passon (tile or shingle design), Bird's Plain Slate Surfaced.

t letting the Osceola Hardware I Ward revived the dead market. ; and he counted the hours till Bird's American Bird's Granitized Roll Roofings or ( )
I that reached Then he
Starting with two million: acres day ss Bird's '
I Twin
Company install one in office several home properties Mr. Ward in gradually relaxed, arvi on Wednes- Shingles, we can prove to you by examples
5 your eight years sold out lock, stock and I day, March 16, at 7:80:: p. m.the man right here in town that the right Bird's Roof
or home. -:- -:- While in barrel, when he not only who had won the plaudits of all with in the long is the
ized the Standard Oil in outMtandar-d-1) whom he associated, passed onward. run, cheapest roof you cap buy.
: our store be sure to examine our of profits for the stocl. Death occurred at Saint Mary It V ;
2 company, but he also amassed avery' hosrital. where Dr Edward J. Gott- Prices are down. Repairs must be made.
: ;t: Big Stock of Hardware and Fur- comfortable fortune for himself! an a administered to the patient be Buildings
The must put up. IS{OW> is the time
reward for his forethought and business with unswerving fidelity re- lo get busy with
niture. Step in at any time. ability. The winding up of affairs . ai ms were taken to Evergreen cemetery harnmrr and sat;.
. of one of the largest of the Riverside: California where
Florida land companies deserves more services were held and interment .JlD A .. .
: than a passing notice and especially made-those present being Mrs Jo- SON. -.(6.blald: 1766).N W.1a.t. Mas.
The Osceola Hardware Company la this true when the company sie Bailey, a sister of :Mr. Ward, residing -
'' question had been a complete finan- at Hemet, California, C. Wayne'
II VIS' cial success from its start to its Ward, and Miss Mildred Turville, For Sale By
finish.In the nurse who had for years been. in
: proof of this statement mar be charge;' of the deceased.
quoted the remark of one of its largest Throughout thin state and in many W. B.
stockholders who was one of the other state there were expressions Makinson Company
Milk is a cheap source of body The mild cathartic :.cti n of Iler- active managers and who had more of regret that so useful a life should ,
r+' :fuel and it lant like coal and blne is well liked by ladies. It purr than once said that his investment in have closed-for countless .men and
wood; it k.epa they engine run- ties the system without griping or the United Land Company certainly women lost a real friend when Phone 123 KISSIMMEE '
vine, charring the human dynamo sickening the stomach.: Price' 60e. brought him more tams dollar for Charles W. Ward paused from this 308 Broadway. ;..
Sold by Rober on's Pharmacy .. dollar world.
with strength.FI than any investment he had 1i' |

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') Carpenter f and ,Builder I \ '. ' B/ THORN c ANK'// BOOST BOOST! ; BOOST! i : ,:

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Sing 80n&8\0" Cheer .. f
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Don't 'you cry; :Jl
If You Know How To Boost
.. You'll be an optimist SHOWINGWith _
Boats and Launches Built to Order < Bye-and-by. 'I ,
1ft I/t/ */ the big Saint Cloud dtll'; a.1 W
Areas a Well! ; Holy Smoke Lion came the L. -L. Mitchell drum '
116 Vernoa Kiuunmee 'The latest issue of the Tituaville corps;a crack organization of"drum DO IT NOW st1ci KEEP IT UP ; J
Star-Advocate came to this office so mer boys fifers of the sixties." Rang H '
tightly wrapped that it resembled a ing ages from seventy-three to .
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enormous cigar. The wrapper wasn't eighty-three, the little group of
very good, however-hut the "filler"was white-haired drummer boys with '
ON YOUR WAY NORTH ,STOP as usual excellent. their war-scarred drums marched 1 1If You Don't Know How To Boost '
IN JACKSONVILLE *" lie head erect and in step to a positionin
Something New To !Me. front of the\ Tribune office at 4:30: t
THE HOTEL WINDLEUnder The Stuart Messenger tells about o'clock and played a concert to the
"easter serives." I've assembled crowd. The marital music, '
never eaten
the same management and I'd interpolated with fife and bugle TAKE LESSONS JOIN THE CROWD
at the same reasonable rates. A any, but think if they were parboiled ; and
request toy reservation will POSI- then rolled in cornmeal and calls, was enthusiastically received, ......,
TIVELY fried to a delicate brown shade, they especially by. the youngsters in the
modernsteam asxure you a room. wouldn't be half bad. I thank you. crowd, who declared that it was
Strictly heat
cafe; "
close 8s'| HMebbe "< "some class.
to everything I I : l Dehorned, AlsoFrom Most of this little group of veterans I
.tSK THE: TRAVELING PUBLIC the conversations I've had nerved aft drummers and fjfers You Prosperity, our Prosperity, ihe Prosperity of '.

HOTEL WINDLE with some of the men engaged/ in' in the Civil War and the instruments
the entire community, lies in the completion of theKISSIMMEESAINT
they used the actual
stock-raising in Florida I'm led to were ones carried -
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA } into battle. The leader of the !
believe that most of 'em have an
idea that the proponed legislation corps was Torn!' Severn, age eighty, ( CLOUD-MELBOURNE( [ CROSS-STATE HIGHWAY ..
regarding the no-fence law should be who served in the Forty-eighth regiment -

"dipped." !Pennsylvania IU was presentat The Magnificent Bridge the Indian river is
crossing practically com
*J *" the mining of Fort 'alhan under
FOR SALE Fell Nevertheless, AlsoI Petersburg. pleted. When the draw shall open and close for lie I first time it will do .

don't suppose the ApalachicolaTimes Another member of the corps was so at a cost of more than $100,000for that is .what one man the man at
meant to be funny but it Ed l L. Hepew. aged seventynine.HiKth \
House Hounded that way when the. pa **r New York who enlisted us H the head of INDIALANTIC-BY-THE-SEA, has spent in order to make that
told of a woman's falling!: to the drummer at the age of twenty-two the
charming resort more conveniently reached. Think of that! Then view I
floor and' breaking/ hones and, added, : and who )laved the ,snare drum yes-
Two LotsAT "but. notwithstanding.,( That is the t""laIhut he used) in the' war. InrideataIIy the proposition and you will be the more of a Booster than ever.
find :Mr. Iill' '' celebrated 1..
way morl l of us fall -not with standing pew'
Uh-huh. his, hi'lhdaand receivedmanv SURELY THE UNITED EFFORTS OF ALL THE BOOSTERS OF

407 VINE STREETApply *] :': j'nien : congratulations' ,; from his comlades. THESE THRIVING AND OPTIMISTIC COMMUNITIES; WILL BRING .
W. II./ .'
\ Hallelujah age seventyfive ,
Sri'hi'. : Wauchiila Ahocatc : of the !Forty seventh Indiana
Corner Stewart and Verona I If the patriotic" 'people of and Joe K l lUirhank: age eightvthree HIGHWAY CONNECTING THE WONDERFUL INTERIOR WITH THE ''j

j Tampa. would tar, rind tYathT of the Sixth Pennsylvania, I Reserves BEAUTIES' AND: PLEASURES TO BE FOUND AT' "
< one Dctcituc I Thomas and well the. .othel two I drum.
1'inip !Parsley there would IIWI'''. The snare drum, used I I bvMr
USE I bo r.o need of another I trialin I ] Burbank not onhwl'nt' throughthe INDIALANTIC BEACH[ - YOUR FUTURE PLAYGROUND ;
the Reuben conspiracy Civil War, but has been played, r
case upon for over a hundred year'I" I I.
WARD Then'1h 1 .sentiments of practiculli N. Wright" age fventy-three, was a ..
OFF PAIN eveicitiren,t in nil I I'loruta, lifer in the ITt'i 1 Indiana Infanl.. } TO BOOST THE CROSS-STATE HIGHWAY
--- -- *: -.:. Tampa Tribune. )
You ran Just tell by In. healthy,: Pity The !Poor Girl - -- -
etiniiilulinit odor l that it I. My mother told me that I never As clear a'the purest water isII ,
going lo do you good I "" must dance; I iiuidioroone| | yet it I is, tile most f
L haven't.crr powerful healurg! !lelnedv for flesh :
r I only had. ,some Sloan' I.ini- \ look at a man inth a pleasant wounds) ,sores, bums and scalds t that
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% n1l'nl"I./ \\ often you've said i glance: I medical science I"1'1'" produced.Tr !. INDIALANTIC SALES COMPANY'Sales ;! And lien when the I ;
I I I haven't it Price. :,0c. r.Oc(; and( $1 1 :'JO.j .
1 1 1\* inge iI.rItIifterbuursoleuttenng
j Sold Iobl..on'. **
>ou forgot k! | :She said I mii'-t alway- lie very se-I I by Pharmacy.
i I II Iever -- ----- .
date- ..
LI..n't do it tattle .
a today
an 1111I't -
.inij keep it handy for |I".blble: use I \ !go: to th' Ironies or stay out Notice To The Public Managers: Kissimmee Salesmen: ; ,

tomtit' ), A sudden attack may come I after eight : VERNON D. HAVENS R. P. WHITE !
cm Mi.iticu, IUIII'MRO, sure muscles (Have I hud a* much fun as a pieceof Notice: 1 is hereby given thai I I will ;
tuckachc. stiff joints, neuralgia, the fish-bait ? not be in any way responsible for, HENRY 0. h HART E. G. PETTIBONE v'
Jinina: and aches reuniting from cxposlire. I hiiven't.\ nnv debts or other obligations/ incurred -
You'll\ soon find warmth and relief !]: *l *I ) by Bland cnu' 1 assileiThis 1
_ in Sloan's, the liniment that peneJsatcs Them Good; OK ))/lY" April 5. l 1991! WITH H. M. BREAKER REALTY COMPANY .t)!
.rilhnut rflbl.PI'lean/ econom* Asks| the Inverness t Chronicle: 17-4tx\ C O. LARS ITER: .

/cal. Three sizi9-.35c, 7Oc, $1.41)( I fashioned Does, anyone tvorkntanwho recall the useilto 0101I ---- ---- Telephone 230 KISSIMMEE 115 Broadway !,

: rome to town Saturday rr rrI
SlparfsLinimervtcS nights and boast of how I THE FORUM I f
.. I much work be could do .in a "
s day'
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i w Sure.: Hull., I do. That man now''' Admires Kissimmee Spirit
ha'a son who brags about how t j ,
.. -- - -- : much he gets and how little service Editor!. of The Caxette.; : f \
he reiidi'i/ s. I've heaid, such fellows I d"" express my appreciation 1 I
t toIk as they !loafed round' on the 1 of the royal welcome the peopleof !
street-corner, in the pool hall, or in Kissimmee to Ihei,' visitors
I gave .1.Ii
I the barbershop. And when I hear from the north during the weeks .
WOODfor ,such ftuff it reminds more forcibly and months of our sojourn here. '
than: ever that -theonly best! way We ,have worshiped 'with members! .
fora man to give_ his employer value !. of the various! churches. We attended "
stove or fireplace delivered on received is to. /give him precisely the chautauqua lectures and con

short notice. Also heavy haulingof what the egotistical employee would certs. We have mingled l in- the socials "
all kinds truck. demand were he an employer of la-.. of the different church socie! LUMBER !
with auto ( bar "he man who does that always Ijl'V... also listened to I'rofessoi, .
Leave orders at Osccola Hardware hay, a ,ioh. :Mcl'errinV. 1 lectures
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Company, or The week prioi to Easter we at-
:Netninc ontriidi' enle' temled the. union ]re-Kastpr; service) i
W. H. JONESPHONE :Says I the Ih) ,Land KecoidIn I .in tli" Christian; and /J'resliyterian), 1
I a moment of mental rhurrl'esalso. I tin. closing!: service of 'J
81-3 alienation we started in toper.sue the series nl flip' Kpiscopal church. ,
the society columns We shall never forget that service.
of a higI' ly newspaper, in Rllr.Ihe! Lord Jesus Christ was I ,"g"gI "
IItL -- hopes of finding something present. in spirit, and his prayer recorded \
more' harrowing than our in the seventeenth chanter of
t bought: We found it. That John is now bearinjr fruit: "Neither '
birders of a repoiter: portrayed pray I for these alone. Hut for them
evei, chromo in also which shall believe on me
fI !I G m shirts, in the social registeras through their word. That they all! CYPRESS ::1
an angel of beauty a may lie one, as thou. Father are in
I goddess of virtue, and a me, and I in thee I that they also may
paragon of intelligence All he one in us, that the uorld nviy l.elicve .
of which you know is quite that thou hast sent me. and ,
which. hast loved them i's thou hast !lovedme. J'I:
I Where n "account speaks) of ." .
That' Our SpecialtyOf "every chromo in shirts" I'm wondeiing I Rev Hamilton's description of his AND
if th' turned fool didn't mean visit to the Holy Land and the '. I ,
skirts, ?" Otherwise' the. item i is I scenes of our Lords;, last days in'' .. ;
Course, We Do All Varieties of
( \whatever, ; although .u"loll1-1 heat, our Saviour's wonderful sacrifice j '\IJ.)01.
Automobile Work And We Do It nry abet) 1 rat ion" would for "". "Bv his ,stripes we arehealed. .., ,. -)
| )better. !." Hev. W I 11. Cole-nan's tender *.
I j What \ Silly :Mess I wordof meditation' upon the PINE I '
Right i i Ali, Warren (1.; Harding,,, is nccicilited 1 1- scenes of I'a,si ioll Week, the trial 1t

\, with, ,,''yinl!' : "There will be not i and the crucifixion') of Christ, and . . t ':.,
I soup on the White, House. menu. I ,, His memorable wards, from the
I Hansell supporting the nor enuart amongAmeiicati '' i ross- the earthquake, the darkness, .
Eddie !
, hoi He\N i\es to .aid Chinese ,the centurion's declaration"Truly. :I
I victims by self-denial.. If Mrs the man was the son of Jod"; were :
No. 18 Emmett Street Harding made. tlat rcniiitl' I; (ivhiili I most ioipicsMve' , and we realized! a. ,
Lath and \
don't )believehe, did ) she certain'' \ never hi fore our debt of love to Him Cypress Cypress Shingles : f rf

gave:: vent to IIl'ry I stupid saymir' who bought! us, not with, silver or ff
"e I i is, the most economical 1 fur I l I -
Witness Soup mold, but with Ills own preciousblood. fV
A Strong I onican place on the table--nnd l a Delivered at your door at Wholesale f,

Natchez. Miss "The best medicines food soup needs, nothing to follow it ,I I.a'i'n inlt we attended,) ., the sec 't.4MAf t.
I have ever used in my home to .complete the mealexcept!' perhaps ,i olld meeting of the Kissimmee Health Prices in Any Quantity. '.. :
an Dr Plcrce'sVe I a cup of coffee and a lillo' pie j| Club at the Chjipter Route All
have used. the 'Golden Soup is the, scraphag of !the) kitilun, i] members, of the. two classes formerly
,e. for there i is nothing worth eating ,
Medical\ Dimover under Professor) McKeriin are charter -
er} as a blood med- that cannot be thrown" into tho pot members, and. they come 1 together( Make and obtain '
Icti and aM a tonic, to give it added, flavor and sustaining I'al.hIondav. : evening!: to continue prices
also' for de '11 ucaLedcouKbs powi. r. If Sister IlardTng, ;( waiit* I I the study rind .. and Weak to retrench on bei tal>le ju lungs, and It waa -- and nothing more" ; but I'm ,i were chosen at previous;' meetings,
.t. excellent ,.betting all she saves will never, visa, I Ihina. land while each member pays one 4ssiXX1ax1ee
r.i "I always keep DrPierre's (\ One thing!: that might help! doilar annual" nonmembers -
Pleasant" Pellets" In my home China and those" who are hungry" pay a small fee The club purposes OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY
for use when needed I have given there is for Americans to refuse :o to accumulate a circulating
-tbem to my children since they" were buy any of the millions of dozens of library for farther instruction and -
Quite small They can b. given with eggs; being; brought here from that the course" given, by Professor Me- :E : :Florida:
safety to the smaltot child owingto country. They might eat their own Ferrin will be put in proper shapeso ,
their being free from any Injurious h..nfruitnd that would help some. that each member may receive a rinti.n.. ;,'
drag. They regulat the stomach, With that bunch of help Mrs. !larding copy. The small admission fee ''will
liver sad bowels la a mild, but very has 'round the house I don't help accomplish this. .
., effective war. I cannot speak too blame her for wanting to "cut out" \ We rejoice with the people- of Kis-
highly of Dr. Pleroe'a ...llIola.MRB. ..."- something-but for the first monthI'd Vlmmee for the Christian unity man-

:J. B. GILBERT 212 St. CatkIne cut out roast beef, roast mutton, ifested by the pastors and members, Everglade CypressCo
",_t All drucltlau. roast pork, truffles, beefsteak, mutton of the several churches toward each T.c
chops,, pork chops, turkey, goose- other-and, the consequent benefits
livers, partridge and few things .
enjoyed because of this; the homes;
ball has
A. new rubber playing I'd
like that; and stick to soup, ham the fruits; the flowers; the birds;
been patented which can be inflated and, po'k and beans, liver and bacon, the beautiful shrubs and vines
ynd deflated at will. honeycomb tripe, tamales!" griddleCakes Broadway, the business street beautiful :Loughman: : : Florida:
' and popovers. That in the sort : and, above all, the genial .
Hired help in Japan wear the of stuff any editor's family has been friendship, will be an abiding; mem-
trade-marks ofgoo'da their employers' used to-and/1, hardly think the taste oryInour minds whenawe leave you.J, rttl
on their bIcka, of Warren, pas greatly' Changed. / S. P. B. '
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Kiss MNfV ALbE/Y' GAZETTE t A-CHRISTMAS, LETTER FROM. KISSIMMEE. ' preconcertion was ousted{ Jrom her lair and worked overtime. And it wass,.
done for appreciative audiences ,
. -, 1 There will always be'' a kindly' feeling' for Tampa and:the men who. do 1
R Published Every Friday't; By :Mr*.. E. P. .Calwell' '' things lI.for.the advancement of- that city among the press ,of the It.teVheft t

By Kissunme Valley Gazette Company, Kissimmee, Florida' I (Note: Mrs Calwvll, -who has pus=ed more than cigHty milestoneof publicity-through.state will aid Tampa' all that will. be needed-to secure
W. B. Hani, President' p.. 'G. Van. Agnew, Secretary a iiplendid lifer has ben requested by many of her friend to have this co-operation\ will be to send out the S. O. S call.-
t poem reprintedeven at this out-of-eason date.-Edito) All will respond.
_W. L. Tk-oradyke, Editor_ Dear friends of mine 1 send*you"this pictures __ _zealously_ _ _ __ ___ _uu__________ e... '..
: Of a Chritttman Day, as seen with our ,
Subscription Rates i The interior of the Okefinnokee' Mm. A. ..A.. Murphree, wife of the
One Year._.__..... _.. ._..... ..$2.00 You are enduring cold, wintry weather, state university,
One Copy, .r ? ---------- While skies. Swamp in has been president fo the I
,', One Copy, Six Months__.._...?._...__.-._?,-.- 1.0000cI' we are enjoying bright, sunny visited Georgia never i died at her: home In' Gainesville; and -. .
.Copy, Three Months..__.__.-,.--.....-...-,,.......-..... .60 In |it Christmas? The do trs'are nil open, I the remains were sent' to Tallahassee. I
s secondclaM.. Through the open windows the south wind blows' A tunnel-shaped' cave more than al I Funeral services were held in
lltn Poplofflco at Kltslmtnee Florida as
(Entered at Soft and balmy and sweet as the springtime.What mile long has been discovered! in the !!that city from the home of her.
'All: communication except from our nuthorlxed correspondents must ><. has become of the sharp front? Who knows? Deschutes national forest of Oregon. brother, .T. W. Henderson...
signed by the writer. Arc the Reasons! changing? Is winter sprint? -- -------- -' --- --
Rojfrlnl' rrmttor will not be returned union rnllyd for __-_ The birds, are singing. as if it were May! OOOCOH 1'n
} I -, And will it be winter'after awhileOr I 1 1HE
lorlfrn Advertising' R. I this weather has it to ?
:j AMERICAN PRE 55 ASSOCIATION: I __I I bright come stay
1 : Flowers respond to the call of fair Nature,
1 The fragrance of roses is in the air, MOTH BAGS ARE TIMELY! e
(. FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1921 s Crimson hibiscus unfold gayest blossom,
--- -- Oleander clusters
--- -- - - - are everywhere;
': FAR TOO MANY OFFICE-HOLDERS Rich-hued cannas display varied colors, f
Salvias great "spike' of soft-scarlet show, 'i ,..
IJ Palms (risply rustle as the breeze passes, vP'We
ADDRESSING the assembled newspapermen of Florida at a magnificent And plume-like eulalias luxuriantly grow,
Ii'' banquet tendered the profession at Tampa on Friday evening Honorable The, broad Jiurmna! l leaves flap as the wind
Peter O. Knight, in a speech filled with pertinent and impertinent point'. declared TwKts thorn and splits them and curls them aiounil.! are showing a nice line for "
that for each (forty private citizens in the United Slates there was one While sharp-pointed needles, yellow and bronze,
: Show pineapple crowns spread over the ground.The MUFFS, HATS, ,COATS AND SUITS .
k associations and .
official of some sort-either federal state county city or orange trees, laden with golden fruit,
board. and commissions of various nature. In other words, and the speaker Stand out in full foliage, glistening bright; Economical and Convenient 1.
i i'IT made plain that he vas in earnest for each forty men engaged in various The sunshine sparkles and beams!'! over all
capacities in earning their living-and enjoying their independence which With beautiful. glorious! dazzling ht. 4

: comes from honest labor there was one man "sucking the public pap; Is it Christmas? The sky is blue _eg blue
} and Mr. Knight made it known that he believed the number of such officials As in June while the lakes are so quiet; We are also carrying in stock
1'1., was too great.! No representative of the press took up the cudgel in Only the sound of the ripple is heard i
t denial of the assertion ; on the other hand his remarks on that point were As they splash the wild reeds growing bv it;
loudly applauded. What a picture it is! Around the "bay-head" Moth Balls Mosquito t Chasers and Various
Are f 'rnR, tall and spreading and tangled vines, ,
I'f' As to how the speaker obtained the figures from which tol draw his de With color-bright wild flowers nodding between-1- i I

11 ductions there was no information ; and whether the assertion was accurate And may: moss! drooping from the tall, straight pine*. .
j\\1't in every detail it was realized by those who listened to his remarks that The boats. rock lazily, with. idle aHosting f
Ii 2 .ne of the causes of( the high cost of living wa justifiably placed on (those in oar-locks! ; and there close beside i
The long fishing rods wait but the using
;..' instrumental in allowing so great a multitude of( "hangers-on. Especially To search where the trout and perch love to'hideIn
r IT ihas this project of creating offices and boards and commissions and all that the cool, limpid waters/ Up ID the trees

( ort -of thing been worked to a plus degree during the several years last Squirrels play frisk) without. any f ar.While lour ..ted.I! :. B. Remember drug and Pre
I mpeclK' 10\ cnp-
i I passed; and while the common people considered many of( the office as rabbits timidly hop from the bushes.Nibbing .
;1 entirely useless there has been no intense grumbling--simply because world- the fresh tender grass springing near.
IS hon Department" are complete.
The free
swift-winged song-birds so happy and :
wide conditions were most demanding. Now that conditions have materially . Gay little fellows, are flying about. I. N
I ly changed is returning slowly to normal there is every reason ,Flocks of doves soar suddenly up and away i
i 11. that there shall be a pruning all along the line; and the eyes of( all the Even shy quail may be seen peeping out. Central Drug Store
i world are on Washington, and the eyes of( all Florida are telescoped on
Is it Christmas: ? The month is December,
'I,; Tallahassee. But outside, the only I I Precisely where the "lopping"will commence and where it will' terminate Are the clusters of holly'like ferries '104 BROADWAY :
no one can foretell. nat there must be a general weeding out is admitted Scarlet-bright fruit of the silver-leaf bay: ;
I t' in every quarter for he necessity of a certain amount of( economy in And high in the trees, mistletoe hanging. Day 41 PHONES Night 21
lr the nonessentials is too strongly evidenced to paN unnoticed. If the number Always suggestive/: ; of Christmas ,"pood iheei." 9
: Thus Nature sends forth .beautiful symbol, OO<
J} bf officials( is, as Mr. Knight affirms about one to every forty( it would Even in season, it matters not where. .- - .
seem no more than right that more than one-half the number might: be Beneath these skies in orchard and garden, << 4-0' ooooooooo
'jr, eliminated; it would appear that if each one hundred persons was "'urr-| The "greetings are groVing" the whole year 'ronnd,
!I I. viaed" by some official the number of "bossmen"would be fully fufficienl. iowt-rs! are blooming, come fruit always ripening,
Seldom a day when you cannot plant (pound.: A Few Our .
-- With rush rare lx>nuty of lake\ and of forest. Bargains
I And an atmosphere health-giving/: and pure, ?
Even to live in Florida Southland
WANTONLY destroying birds is a crime (for which there can be "given Adds. to the life renewed strength/: more and more. ..
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There has been and there 'till i is much ruthles< In this fair, r."tful'all'y of flowers.
I DO good excuse. i loo nes* '
Where sparkling waters abundantly flow, Swansdown Cake Flour 50c ,
in the destruction of them and unless there shall be vastly less of it cer a
devoting A home is a treasure, here without measure Tall Pink Salmon was 25c. now _ ____ __ _ _ __ ___15c
lain species will become extinct. That is why so many persons are :Nature: delights richest !gifts to 1".t8w.I .
: their efforts to punish wrong-doers. With, air so delightful, inmate xo mild Large Kippered Sardines were -40c now..___ __ _ __ ___ ___ _25c

\, The Gazette recently published an editorial regarding! the destruction I We have no need to fear the ('old. cold blast Libby's Corned Beef f ___ ___ __ __ ____ ___ hUh __ _ __ ISc ', ',

of the bobolink known in the south as the ricebird or reedbird, and advocated I I For To lie us and nee!snow but, and memorirq-bleak wintry th'ng!'weather of the past PoMosties, two (for _ ___ ___ __ ___ __ __ _ _ _ u __ 2Sc

i the killing of those birds in such portions of the country as were But Wl' do long for the sight: of home faces, rCellogg's Cornflakes two (for- _ .' __ _ -_ _ _ _____ ___25cCornfetti *a
engaged in rice-culture. Because of this advocacy the Titusville Star-Ad\cr I'or the loved the familiar tone, '
ute has this to say: Of bright; words !spoken presence by ,well-known voil'ell. __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ __________ 15e .Y000 .
,. And the hand clasp of clear hands in our own.
We must protest against Thorn's recommendation that 5porll- --- -- -
I. y..t. though we came to this fair land as strangers,
men"should their the bobolink bird that rivals
turn guns on a We have formed friendships as warm and as true, FRESH SHIPMENT OF GARDNER'S CAKES
robin redbreast as a songster up north. Like the robin the bobolink And have found hearts as kind and as noble, .
f' does not sing in Florida. But"if Thorn ever visits Michigan. As in the old home, just so in the new DON'T FORGET.: THE WHITE LABEL. COFFEE 1
\ > or any,northern state; and drives to a brook trout stream, he will I IS sin friend of mine, when you weary of winter, : ;: --
S h, fall in love with the cheery bobolink as they accompany him on Of ice, and of snow', in your ,cold Northern home, Ph.;*c order to 176; we deliver iaside. city limit. J.
Think of the sunshine and.l swoet, balmy weather,
1 r,: country roads by the red clover fields. Bobolinks have the sweetest And to Florida's beautiful Southland come. '
J t ,., of songs, and it is a crime to kill them just as it is a crime to kiM:'I I R.S. FLOYDGROCERIES
robins or mocking birds.
I All of which is very nice-and recalls days spent in various sections jf the north-where rice is not produced aDd where the "cheery bobolinks" AND .MEA
1 __ 'I 1 their craws with bugs, worms, and other pests which worry the farmer.
Their desires seem to change as these "northern songsters"migrate to those PHONE 176 302 BROADWAYGood

sections of the country where rice-fields abound; and instead of the refrain -* **Oc 0000>OO 4" "e"fr I 0"e"M-9"M'4" "M'4 0 (I 0000 e 000-
"Bob-o-link! Bobolink"comes the call "Here's-th'-stuff! Get-e-nough!
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and the grower is the goat. --
r A Great Cut In Prices Efforts are being put forth in Osceola county to make the growing of( ..

rice a special feature, and many arguments have been made through the "' ,

press and by personal solicitation that a considerable acreage be "put in." man & Wood all I
One of the subscribers to The Gazette who keeps close track of each word
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In High Class printed therein writes from his Pennsylvania home something like this:

,. "I 1 see you are going to try rice for a real crop-and am gladto
P (. note your advocacy of it. On some of my acreage in Osceola The New G-r rsr !'

; county-and I own a large amount--some years ago I went into

tf that hoe on a large scale; bull found that, my profits were largely Next to Chamber of CommerceOUR
t'i L : reduced by the huge flocks of reedbird) which: have. proved,, such '
\ SHOES: great pests wherever this crop is grown. Unless you can kill off
17if i those birds you will find. I fear, that the profits from the culture MOTTO

,' will not be what they should be. It is possible that the f fist year

there will be fewer birds than any of the succeeding.seasons. The PRICES THE FAIREST f

farmers must (get rid of these fellows." QUALITIES THE BEST ,;

if :, This man knows what he is talking about--apd hi communication was .,
directly to the point. He has been made a victim. Today there are between

Missed one hundred and fifty and two hundred acres in this vicinity devoted
An Opportunity Not .to Be Have you seen the beginning of the improvements we are adding in ,
." to 'rice merely M an experiment. Men who believe in helping make the .. ..
k t.. -ounty have taken up the cultivationcoolributin their time and money. our etc re? if not. well you'd better come in every day and note the'

4 *' ..... ). If.the depredation of the reedbird shall so ensmail the yield that rice'shall 1 .
ii SI6.) O Flonheim Shoe ___.'___HFlonhcim -,----_. -______-__ $1.b1v he declared not a paying proposition there will be a "set-back" hard to progress.

:' Shoes, Special______--_________--__- w $LOl4S6.5O overcome by any argument; if the fields can be kept fairly free from the
< bird and there shall be normal! harvested there will be a tenfold
$ 7.00 Douglas Shoe ib.OO pest a crop
+ ncrease in acreage the following season, a complement proper utensils .
J $ DouiUa. Shoe ,,-_________-______________now $LSt will be" secured a modern mill for the handling of the crop will be erected, OUR STOCK OF EVERYTHING FOR"lliE'

S..?.OO Douglas Shoe. uuuun" and Kiuimmee will be a centre for rice. There will be no difficulty in disposal TABLE IS COMPLETE AND INTERESTING

$11.00 Douglas Shoe. _____. ___ ______ ___. $Loe of the crop at a profitable price--and as the acreage shall still increase -

$10.00 Douglas Shoo _____-=_________ _____ $&.08 there will be buyers here at'suitable time All of this will be of far .- tl
than the of those birds whose. S
$'4.00 Queen Quality Shoes high top_________ $LSt greater advantage presence songs brightenthe "
life of .the northerner-but who are too busy in the rice-fields to even We a-e making Special Showing daily of
liM $13.00 Queen Quality $8.S chirp a card of thanks; as silent and dennb as the near-merchant who does

$12.00 Queen Quality Shoes, high topH.OO _____ _________. $I." not advertise his wares. FRESH AND SELECT VEGETABLESThese

iif $ Queen Quality white kid $ The expression of The Gazette regarding these birds may appear Please Our Customers .

$14.00 Queen Quality white kid Pumps.-- _________-. $I." cruel at first glance; but a thorough investigation of the matter (jp more than 4
likely to change the opinion of the bird-lover. It is question of
$10.00 Queen Quality white kid $1.58 a county I
progress and individual gain as against taking the life of birds proving an

,ry expensive pest. That's all. Besidei, the reedbird makes a very delightful Your Trade Will Be Appreciated .:
luscious addition to the table of anyone.
C me and Set All Our Price and Learn How ,
You Can-Save Your Money ,
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BECAUSE every kindly-spoYen wor4: for Tampa and its attractions and

er. its environments ,nd. its citizenry will htlp build the city to g greater metropolis Goodman & Woodall: i
H. 'CLAY STANFORD -.-and because the people there those with a vision realize that the !

,. press g, tjpe state ;js an important factor in optimism the organizations t
'- there.'as.well as the private citizens, always especially exert themselves when- ,
: ever opportunity presents. Prvfwieten. t ,

COMPANY As an example of the desire to win the press of the state might be NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE't ;' J
: mentioned the entertainment given the Florida Press Association last week. j

*r'' Z ud 4 ....q K1SSIMMEE No possible courtesy could have been suggested by the visitor which hadawe BROADWAY [ ISSIMMEE' !
been forestalled by the various committees looking after all details. In

some caMe mere: elaborate, entertainment teemed 'oojt to suffice-palatial. -
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r afro S. L.. Lupfer's condition WEDNESDAY ;
1AiEEKFurnished lowly Improving, .' FEMALE""
I ITEMS I For rent one'residence; UL.AND"PRODUCTION

:. lYlfS1SIORY 8&CO: corner simmee.Royal and- Bass streets. ,' . EVERY tiTTLEBIT' HELPS!!

Flat for rent. W. B. We carry New Hampshire secured for the "
feature what is
Harris Gazette office. 14-tl all the time. One purchase "
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Mrs, George W. Persons expect you a regular customer. Waters remembered.appeal. It

.' to. leave Kissimmee' on Sunday for Carson Grocery Company. famous play- Granualecl! Sugar __?___?_____$ .10

Are now showing these remarka- Savannah. -where she Will visit relatives Because .of the congested ." 24 Pounds Self-Rising Flour ____________________________ 1.35
tions of the columns of The snobbish fam-
bly good values at the following: Use Gulf fertilirer-the' kind that this week much matter must lie -a. Cast them 25c size Sliced Beef _._u_ .15

prices: gets results. Ross Graves, agent. till the next Issue-a conation .to the voice of the No. 1Yi! California Apricots _____________:_______-i. .25
regretted. Numerous items l Tumbled th..m.lord
The lumber mill Narcoossee
destroyed by fire on Wednesday ev- been "boiled down" to allow I and scullery maid No. 2/i! Peaches ---p.: .19

I l'ninlbut details have not been re- mention. of males and 0-60* prunes .15
three colors yard__ .__35c I their
Crepe oeivexi. at former
j the
S Try Sanitary Dairy,
2 Can Good Corn -------------------A; '=____,_ iZS

Madras yard wide. __.:______3Se Bad guaranteed debts collected. M.or 7 pny.>> district Results -- motto Orders is filled"Purity for cream and sweet jungle handicaps., ruled No. 2 Wisconsin Pea __________________________;._ .15 II

Ginghams. yard.lSe, 19c, 2Sc, 29c manager. 15-tfc buttermilk milk or at skimmed milk. \ rules., ana" 'laid: "Now Orange Peko Tea. pound_________________________1_____ .50

S. F. Porter, the realty man of Woodall daily and F. depotGoodm"n C. because he was Gunpowder Tea pound _____- __ .50
I '; Blue Cheviot______20c and 25c Saint Cloud. was in attendance at Bryan
Phone Lee Rogers residence. king! ; and the great
Fancy Rice .05
ho meeting of the board of county'
39-inch Muslin yard _______15c A rutabaga of considerable him served, -
commissioners clipped -
on Monday. weighing: eight and one-half : : with a alavey for' No. 2 Oats ._._._.$2.4S f
Fruit of the Loom yard.. 25c Furnished house to food -
--- has been on exhibition at the Mascott Shorts 2.25
tenant till October 1 : low rent; closein. Rescue! Home! u
Pretty Voiles. yard _______ __69ciPercales Apply 15 M.tchell street.According "f the Chamber of Commerce. ) its old ways. Its No.2 Yellow Corn '_ 2.25
turnip was !grown by- Mrs. J.
I : to f. >!*ral statistics West Emmett Rh.allodi..tinc- Dan Patch Sweet Feed _._ 2.50
'igler. of street '
yard wide ______ __25c there are now twenty-two percentmore ru.. 10)\'<'. the true
automobiles out fertilization-the seed wilds hold them Purina Cow Chow _ _.._ 3.25
_______ _25c I in the Dotted planted in November ?
Chambray _-____ upon t searches! deep in-
States than there were, one year ago soil. The product has (' lien Scratch Feed _1_ 2.45

Mosquito Netting ____-_____30c Orange-Bloom honey and Aunt much attention. A picture, poig"
I I tremendous it'
Jemima's: pancake flour go nicely together. Theclosing band concert of destin 1
Try the combination. Waters season was given last Sunday;:; to thrilling. climax to

( & Carson Grocery Company. :''I large audience, and the ,' ." "Don't TAYLOR'S
Toilet ItemsMavis Ki,.simmee ha!' a record for law'I proved excellent. The "For 'Chanr"1.
I land order which" few cities of FloridapottppKR : Concert Band desires to thank .. Rack to You.' i

Talc per can____ ___25c The fine and forfeiture I those who have so liberally (" \ I'eatIe\ Mille I,
? fund was increased. but fit.r,0 duringthe \ uted to the upkeep of the 2 STORES
Woodbury's Soap per cake_-ZSc I entire month of :March. 'I-as well as those who have been
Lake Gas Filling -Station constant with the presence and Thanks v44< Pe 644P4Mpe tF00440400er5 3066044 0
Palm Olive Soap _ __ _ ____lOc wells I /gas, oils, cold drinks ciR'IU-II.1 plauxe and kind expressions

jMoon Kiss Talc can_ _ _ ___lOcColgate' cigarettes, .tc. ;Midway tM lwt"t'n ,,I A. H. Fillers principal of the express. our .sincere .:-+---x--Ay1+.:..:;.++....++++< ..:) Saint Cloud and Kissimm 16-4tx I II \jlic schools, and M. Tiller left friends for then )

*! Talc_ __ ___lOc and 25e Miss" Nina Bratton has been secired :'Wednesday' for Gainesville; , in i "-" and 1 for the "
I a''" one of the bookkeepers of I'I'II 'I interests of athletics, and Yf>*"' i' tendered. itmini!; I. "Hey Bill-It's Fine Today!
Colgate's Tooth Paste lOc and 25c I Merchants: and Farmers Bank of Murray Overstreet John (; ,. day-
K jllllimllwt'. and will" commence her Donald McKay, F. S. 1..d"f> l The I.upfcis ,
Colgate's Soaps __u _._ .' lOc : duties with the opening of the msti- .1 Uly Chapman and Emory Akf> ---
Itution. :Cordon; Bullock and Ad (,illx'rt I ARE E The' water's fine today out 1 at the 'Old Tree Swimmin*

We carry the best the market affnrds lowed them; The latter party ,, GOOD HOMES j. Hole." Jump on your faithful bike and you are therein
accompanied/ Lt Walter iia'-s! and 1
Notion Items I in fresh. groceries and feed :\f. Cooper coach.The a jiffy Don't the boys who haven't bicycles miss
Phone orders Water
Muffs '
t your I work done by the (utility I developed in Flor- lot ol the joy of !living) It surely is the biggest thing
i Il(' Carson Grocery Company ..
Hair. Nets _ ___ __ _5c and lOc :Mr, and :Mr.. F..1. N'\". relative. I the Cape Breeze section of the ,, the** honiclc state. under and the 01" :f in boy life
to Saint Cloud witlini the '
or :Mesdames "r"mpl.. and :Modi of lying '.. '
Home Society
Shoe Polish.! _ _lOc and ISe Addirhold street who: have lawn 'I I limits reached a larger total .
I seems impossible I-0A TON
the mcnil
had been anticipate 1 by >
Whisk Brooms _ _ _. 25c making' an extended. visit in Kisimniee I o* the Ki "immee street (." good. funnlv homes'
left for their home :n Prime ", ... little homeless.
Safety Pin _ _ _5c and lOc ton, Illmn's, on Tuepdav monnpWanted (I i The three hill weeks for was the at work first during figured( I . <.lally those from :.{ .E3ICVCLES

: To borrow; $2.500 on I $921. hut this wan revived and I ' years both f
a Shoe Laces h . :.JSc.; and lOc gilt-edge security For particular I mmi..hed till the flat figure of $ I And it pays to get a good bicycle. It looks better it
I > at the. office of The Valley I babies still ..x- f
detcrm'ned I rides it lasts and almost
was upon.Florida easier, longer cost nothing to
Snap, white. and WTack.Sc and lOcMen's Gazette, RtfGeorge 'I nil the time', there .
Methodist in about I use after The ,Dayton is a regular "Boy
'ietv has no deti year year.
I :M Taylor) of the Palace held ('
their -
districts have
I : plenty{ of good) Bike." Nothing is spared to make it attractive, strong
I Grocery, went t to Homes City on I tinJr.Up Meetings," and !hy> I
Socks Wednesday. to complete the transferof I Tuesday the round will have I' ,'". Children from : durable and easy runnings

his grocery in that place to W. : concluded. The attendance has >mand.years of but alC.-lIr children I. You are always welcome at our store. Bring Dad with
(.. Brook ;Mr. Ta\lor's holdings good and the spirit fine, and so
now consist of the two stores in.. Kits !- not pessimistic note has .of age -somehow 'f. you and look over the new models together.WYNN'S .
39c a .
wanted all.
1J 'rnmee and one at Sant CloudDressmaking. pounded.! Pastors and financial home of
fancy and machine rectors and minute men all receiving BICYCLE SHOP
,' on"ille it
< over-
Made by Buster Prown Hosier sewing; also beading and emboiderv themselves to give the ,' from six to i

Mills. Alone time these cocks ; guaranteed to pleaw tr8'1 tlc-r hearty support and in most age there being No 105 Broadway Telephone 4
Nona Miller\ :225: Dakm a\enue. the di"triH" the cry is, "over than girls.

sold for 80c.Men's simme*'. 17-1 toThe top the first day," as in the boys and girls) are -
Thicker farm of five acres on ractiv.. -and will --
Patrick street hay been sold to Add aiy.M". and :Mrs. E. J. Holmes\ of young men oOooooooooO.O..0040000.OO.oooSwimming
G;r\en. who comes here from Ore- Tampa arrived in Kissimmee :! grow up if they
Union Suits :ron. The' new owner will\ commence Sunday as the guests of Mr. homes where they Season's Here!
nt .. will occupy the premise*. The street. :Mr Holmes is the ", 1'0 training
$1.00This ale was made through. th., NJson] member of the plumbing firm Home Society must '""
Realty Company. \Holmes & Jetton and returned to at once for these Now is the time when the numerous lakes are the jscenes

Try the Sanitary Dairy Companyfor home the same day-leaving receiving home has I ,of. bathing parties and and old enjoy the
i is the "Topkis"and a remarkable anything and everything in the Holmes here for an extended capacity-and other young .
( value the ""irJiIK'. Deliveries from 7:30 to declaring that "absence 'makes comingin. I pleasure. Bi ute every precaution to 'avoid accident.
at price. 9:00'a.. m., and from :5:00; to 6:00 p. heart grow fonder," and adding the state needing'' I am making.and selling what every bather should own '
Lee residence. i Tampa was rather lively just society and there '
m. Phone Rogers' and wear when in .the water.'t ,
y 17-tfcMrs. I A stationary awning has been for them unless .

Palm Beach Suits Harold S. Mar ple. who. has I'on structed Broadway in front between of the several the the home can be SEE THIS SWIMMING BELT |

j lxen\ the guest of Mr and Mrs. E. T. j
Marple since early in October Grocery aid the Nearby must be childless | You'll quickly note its worth and will wish one-for the I-

$18.50 I having been called to Kissimtnee by et. county-that could i children at least.Alford's .
the illness of her husband's father A "LiT Aid Wi. Policy one or more of (
left yesterday for her home in Sioux and just now
and a shirt with every suit. These her children application for I Vulcanizing Works
City accompanied by How to get life insurance at of them.
-or a pair
suits are made by Schlosi Bros. Helen and "Billy. lowest actual cost, and a policy should be sent
Will exchange: nice five-acre truck der which a man does not have C. Fagg, State di-I 101 Broadway Kinimmee '. ) 1
There l better. inside in good con die William E. Hand .
are none farm city limits to win. Saint James Build '
/ and
in Vulca
Everything nizing Repair
III dition for a roadster or touring car. West Magnolia street who will gladly I
Here's your chance. J. N. Parker. Florida. right youngster. '' At
due east from auto camp just across t
Men's Blue Shirts railway. 13-tfc FUN COMES TO CASINOIN -

L. E. Mahon who owna propertyon "LIFE OF THE PARTY"

89c and Brack street is planning to secure SATURDAY OF THIS
$1.00 more when he return early next

season left on, Monday for his horn There's really not a bit of
The belt value in this town.Cone in Lincoln. Nebraak*. It is the purpose that everyone who's hale ,.- .
of Mr. MaJkan to meottagestbefore several heTtyvshoold s.e Arbockle carry-.
and see. the opening; of 'the his com4y-'-'Life of tfce 'Part,."' .\ '''.
i. .'>lIDintr M-.ola. V,- .: ( 8ktnr4artwm'strike-this fy' :

The play of Pri_' Chryaanthe- people will grow ill I from
mum staged at the Casino last Friday embarraaaed. Fatty need much d

Odd CoatsAlpaca evening<<, ,was so enthusiastically throughout the play-and some THE UNIVERSAL CA.
received that it was tixrafffct beat to after. The story in itself was .

Coat ______________*S reproduce the performance. at Saiat but in the play the plot's a __ , ,
Cloud-and the people .f that city tMh'18 grin in every Ifate ,
Blue Cotton Serge Coats. each |4A were highly entertained on Wed_ nightmare ray for every' '- .
day by the clever performance. An through the play of many ,. That Dependable Ford Quality .
ance. poor Tatty" take Che role
"smarty;" tis bard to fed I
Children's Hose luncheon served to the Chamber Fatty feels to preys himself 01W durability began in 1993 MIa Heiy f.... started expeiWatiac wi h "
of Commerce and its many of the ."
friend. on FrMay evening "hat was Vanadium steel and heat-treatiq precesie: He knew that a more exact Ni.- .
Brown and black hose made because of the generosity of G. R. } SELLS TO CLAY .' :
Dayton proprietor of the Electric pencg of steel for motor car building must be worked out VaaadiuinT.. it-- '
by Busier Brown Hosiery'Mill. Cafe who took it cpon hinwelf to learned, when added to molten steel. give to that steel a greater toughneti" ad I '

., pair_______-Ztc and 39cWomen's extend general LnvrOatjon. Mr. There has been a change in : '
.. Dayson in a food man to help prof-' firm ,of Prentls A .Thomas-J., iveaei*. And now other alloys have been found which are superior to Vana-
and look about.
rees sit'up! Prentui .having cUapoee .of his .-">With-the Ford Motor .... .constant pfxrfres... is .the .dairy'coaipanioo.' Th ..
the the firm R.
KennethMcPhernon.. former teresta! in to J. Clay
Hose manager of the Edrrwater" Farm has been for yean at the garage> product*-Cat. Truck Tractor-grow in quality daily. Heat-treating temper
Company, wa in Kissunmee on Wed- Mach Brothers and the firm '
IuD Z.SO nesday. Leaving this city to engagein works under the title of Clay part *o (that it will withstand the wear and tear to which it i i. subjected.. Ford
fashioned Silk ______ There '
his will be
war service upon return to Thomas. some (
and analysts have created formula and for
Other Silk Hose- civil life he located: at Wfcrrenton. es in the line of business there standard'.pecilicati every
Virginia-but he is now manager of be new machinery introduced and part of the Ford car-not only for steel but for everything from pneumatie
i $1.10. $1.25 and $1.75 the Alex L. Domensh estate at Mart- possible the firm' may go ,bite }
10 Belling business. 'The excellent to top. .
in 3 colon. land.Mrs. vice however will be continued ',
Fine Ijtle Hoe : ,
Minnie Hamm. with Ford isn't
4 all occasions. durability a matter ofvaccident. it is a matter of painstaking tho-

pair _________________5dc of five left on Monday for her "i t
home in Oneonta New York. after THREE MORE WEDDINGS in laboratory and factory. The Ford car i is a car of precision-of standard

Other Grades for____l!c and 2Sc spending the season here. The trip r r
It -- will, be, made by automobile. Mrs. SOLEMNIZED 1Y Order your Ford car now. No matter how fast they may be made the de

has Hamm been saH her that first while in Kissimraee this season it Three of the recent marriage multiplies faster Order today for we can make fairly prompt deliver1a:1. : .

TowelsNice was not going to be the last--and censes issued out of the office of Touring Car.. Coupe. Sedan Truck: and Fordson Tractor. j i
stand thus '
has made arrangements to spend the county judge upon .t. ;
books of record .
coming winter here.Evert :
: site Towels with blue Richard Priston. 24, and
P. Maule. who has ffimished Stanston 22.Raymond .
and lavender border. each29e the Ojus rock and built more milesof A. Gates 31, and I. P. TIMMONS >
highway on the east coast than Porter, 22.George .
any other man-r-and with the most < Baisden 26, and

I satisfactory on Monday results-was looking after in Kissimmee a possible -- Davis. 18.Following. the issuance of these. ) J
Authorized Ford ad Fordsoa Dealer
.; lVUS V. 810RY 8 CO. contract. Mr. Maule, whose censes-the wedding Was ;
home is now in Miami a short distance In the rooms of the county judge
from his quarries at Ojns, left the court house by Judge T. L. KISSIMMEE' e .so FLORIDA
afternoon for other pomu- -
in the lDer. I y
mm. but will return here next month; to .. ,
i submit a road-building propositionto I The GasetU Waite a .
I the commissioner. !Ia. every community .ia Osceola

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Artesian well Jig-gen) in Montana In the club contest at the Orlando Apply Ballard Sn IN GREAT SHAPESTATES have discovered coal there.. '' relieves bone
a vein or Orange County, fair Osceola joints that
AGRICULTURAL POINTERS .. county won first in the citrus.speelalexhibit ache ; muscle ache and neuralprw
BASSCONSTRUCTION Brazil! is planning a federal body i ,first second and third in pain. Three size/; 80e, ( 0e, and $1.20

BY .... 1C WII..BON UUVNTy AUlfiNT FARMER. which national will 'conserve und' develop. her] hone',''and -first second .and thirdwith f per bottle: Sold by Koboraon'a liters.. (' ,
resources.( New ZeUnd Red l rohbit; mll"V.
A 'hunibcr of gro era have plantedrice
'COMPANY and have received a very /good Declare Tanlac', Hat Overcome Hit < <>-x-<-cM-<-c wi -.c: <+Qo.<'.;+c+: <-) ,
stand. We are not having an much Troubles And He Can't Say Too .
rain UH the rice needs for1 the best Much For It I, < .
::. PHONE 117 "
,growth, and. I advise the grower; to -. I
V -- practice shallow cultivations frequently "Tn 1'1 III' has put me In great
PncticalContractors to conserve the --moisture as' Khnpe," ,*n\\<\ i'd: l Illckinan Ii well- i ._. .
i I well HA keep down the eranH. The known farmer living '<>n H. I"'. 1). No1. S4.OOO.OOCLOSING --

and Builders I jgroweis wli[> expect to plant later, 2, ,Jacksonville. Florida' ] a' few day i iI !
I jinny wait I\H late as the first of .;; --
I Juno, hut now 1s the Mine to gel agoA I I .
ofStructures year and a half ajro/ 1 tool tin1Mil" :
lam] in readiness i for the I
I your arid it cam near knocking; me
I have ordered seed for, sacral out. After 1 I felt '
of All Kinds j1I1 "P ns HI
growrt'.and "tilleb 1. interest has been conliln'1, half do woik
(fount any i n ,
.shown towards making i lee a leading :the fin and! had (
I in no appetite n eatlul.thing.
crop for I this county. \\'. ne(-ij a My: nerves' were. all i..a'. I OUT SALE V.
WOOD BRICK, STONE, STEEL, ample, crop for, our: county that, 'x'ill edge anti I couliln't jet( a goad I

STUCCO I i, meet /I i number of d.<-toads, and rice night's sleep.,, I plugged along try .
bids, fair to beeome t hilt.clop.n ti g first one I tiling ami IIII'II111011,." '

Painting, Tinting, Paper-Hangkg I i | taping, from, farm to farm I seethe but l in spite of myself, I kept g'inp) ::: - {
aced of having I the funs dean until l
grovel I hill I was MI weak 1 had
II Truckers! Co-operative ( >rgain.ation. iii,out played I out altogether.i I.
Everything i in the Building LineN. I The IruckerI has one acrein i "\\ finally I struck TlIlIll1t'lIl1d
I i potatoes, another, acre in I beans, Ithr I I way 1 commi-nccil In pick\ up 1: X
and the like, would profit materially I MirpriM'il 111 fl. Am) now I ]Vi-l l irk< '
F. BASS JACK BASS lif he could maiket his product. in ear ;i bu..d-sousing man ought In feel ,, r
322 Royal St.: 515 Sproule Ave. II.' 1 ts I through n sound' maiket, 1 ing ,,-*- ill fart don't 1.\\lii."'t. I roulil ho i"i i_: LEE'S DRY GOODS STORE
J 'oil IIiou. K\eiy; day' !lOI1'.t 1'"IKhtf"Jly'>Wr better l I.i-altli. I sal iinytHinjr, weigh'
I ., loses, money that ,is his a hundred. ami seventy-nix ,iound1111 *- | ; .
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by trying to ship in small lots by and us strong! as an ox. Tunlac :

Mothers Prepare! freight or express, and has the piofittaken has dUll such fine work for" me that t ,iI Must Sell. $4,000 Worth of Merchandise Inside of Thirty Days *
up by the railroads. Hy fins I riin't. iccoinmt-iiil it too ,1uIIK., .
I ihe association fat md by I thetruiKcrs
i ing I I ,
a girl baronies a woman
then a woman l*coni"a a mother I arid. other grow'i-is. w'ltli a s not ba\,-' con given the ti"-f.,

and T when are| tur of the a<"womanPHHHPS middleIlfe tli three therli.iriKfs I.I" duct man mole! I ,I an at fat and bioutrht its.our head I thus pioduets' .in to be. we handle,aide than could. to'the evei ship,i ir.-ili'/e pro,be-.mtailots "I find'ty lioli--ome]agetil know: your I milk if you''?!m Write, "JIMumg' t--t'd,lo, the ruin go- i i' I| Starting Monday Morning, April 11 I f:

!. ),r'loilK of life when If. M Spi-ak to tour nei,,bboi. about ''OFFICIALS OF GRAND ARMY '
.. lr J'lerce's ,l-.ivor lot 1 sung I :an ;ISS I lie! Prem rlMlon HnuXt 8 'lit,t of ;all > on not only s-i\e in' sell I! ARE ELECTED AT TAMPA + .

,I needed :.NjJniythoiibandH mod lug,' ,it li but'". in all your buyine;, "f' ('Oil'I I Alti-i, tinelection. of I ;it-oi, iff 11Rnnn :.;.: EVERYTHING GOING AT 25c AND 50c BELOW ACTUAL WHOLESALE COST. BE. HERE AT 8 t:

would I ,, ,, "z':
1: a- di part mental' romnumili'i
tciillfy just UH ilouHtl. : Thenmav, be some uiowei-s' who .".I ihr I Mori-la, divi-ion of the < ;iia, > I O'CLOCK MONDAY MORNING AND GET THE BEST VALUES IN STOCK. IF YOU DO NOT ::
tl.( following will 'nerd cucumber/ and bean I damp i .. '1'
Haphi"p.'a -"I cis m small, bits If| so.' efet 1 m' 1 tomb. I, AMMV.. /) the Samui-l follouinc, ; olliiei- w.tMhoen1 : :i;.: NEED THE ARTICLES LISTED BELOW. AT THIS TIME, YOU WILL SURE NEED THEM LATER :r:
took Dr Plnroo's Kavorne !I'roHC-rliv with the. count > agent who will betlad Sa"1. 1
I ,.
-emoi i e " I : : '! '
ton about IHOeniK durltiKx tll a-sist I I in ,1.1.l lIlIIg I ::
ago' you .
i 'me. (lade (City. Hiiimr" tir.-cuuu11aml! :: IN SUMME GET THEM NOW WHILE THEY LAST
prctitncy find got' along Hue l hence' s.inuhen I in. K issimtnee.' Aa smrtieslion I' . 1
I "i-. Hi, It/ .1, I'l-nrnd.. Saint;: "1',1 teinuilleal 1huu. Y
than any other lime 1 1"8 ill] only \ t .lo I lie triilwei' who has only ,
; dlledol ; Uev: .1 II I: :i iI x x.
niiiiketsee \
two bourn or mdb" leas I..m the a few hampeis ul'prudnr.' to '
mother of Bi-ven chlldrpa' "--:MHS. J. if you. can't ship with same" of I 1101111\\V-tcott.,it I, "I' Saint admnn-l' ;( loud-iiion ihaplam\\a-'\, ecit'dlas | !1'*'' :: K.illmimc. last t <.i>"n G.nthantcard aide, 20c (luiiiliicv.' ., pink and l lur. I per yard 19c =::
I. HAI.ini'HTON. tl )< II l I the groweis' who ate, -lnp'|>ing u cal' .1.
Send lOc for lartte trliil pai kapn: of lots 1'"" 111,1 1)e, and the ntheiglower 1..11"I.I. \l. Hidden./ Sa,. i He-l I glade' (jiniiii.iniKO"I;.! at. per yard 15c Ladies' Bung.ilou Apioii", 76c :f
,1..01",,. toIn | < loud,: M II/ "I'orter." l K nntiiecS) ; :: .
Favorite I'resrriptlon'Ix61,4, ) | IV. need tour' "
rieroe'u Iovafds' Hotel 1111111110V lo, ; I, In. make III.IV up' I Ihr. tai. I II// Knl'.v., /.cphvilnll-. : ,"c 11| I lap./ ..;.. llion Gingham: ', [per .said< lOt Heavy leather I Taking' P'1 .-,. 23c j"j';;
| iiM.Tul. Fluid I''I./! : "Comia'
A state- \clci in..mail'\ fi, mn, Oil.nnloIs | \II, u. I lakeland:i Hclig-aU I. / ., to t :_;: lila Sateen. I ei yard 33c I Cheese Cloth per said 6c :!:
An Amciiciin I Indian ,m 'alifoinia' sui>n (to lie III this aunty to girt' national, ' emampimnt' ,an-, \ < '. :Shat: j
owns a l IH-C 'lanch of !'MM> stands a numliei" of -Iltll '\' cows the tubenu I lei 1. I ,akcland.: S 'I Hill./ ) Sam I', I( Hiovvn, andbite Popi.n. per vard _28c J.P. Coals! (I'l"l' jjioolPaYis 6c "i' .
: { ' this till test, and ,if waul to be on tl"t ?
xolt- -4 1.vide. for, the you bab\V. s.iUe. whv I 1.- -I/\I, : M Miiinihiiii.. ( Tanip.i. I'. ::1 i: I'cu.ilcs, l beet t ;grade! (pet tad 14c ( .lIle'' ,. lot, men.' pel |Pat 21c X
\ltcrnati-- .11' .I 1 ( I'tt..on; t 1 I
-aiul.i: , : \\. 1. ilcatmi.( ; Tall-; ;:. -:!:: Hellwoiid Cdinbric" pW\ card 15c Ladies' !Night: (JOVMIS. |best gitidc(, 75c j j1.11" :

BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES orihr your ft'rtl1iz'ri1hout if I.', .drihogh' l.akclaml. I f \\' Curtain 'tr'l11.' per Lard .. -,8e Men's L'nionall-. 1 pet pan $2.93--:
make mistake '
You will n you ,
( li.imlM'rlain'H i ( ougli Ilcmetl'lair 1) 1'
getting our NEW IMllCR' LISTS JUST Older ISSUED. Fertilizers 1M.KNTY OK Insccticiiles:MATKK-: 1 g-reat lienelit,! from, tin" ('I :1: Jllue. Crepe de Chine. per yard _ - _ 38e MUMS Talcum! per can 18c X I .,. .
IALS, I'KOMI'T .SUU'.MKNT.: now. ,
Sprayers Poultry Supplies. |lust i-f < 'liamlierl.iiM'Congli: I KcmeilvIlia '' :: line Grade Shirt . _ . - _$1.75 Shoe Polish. |per can _ lOc :::
I lu-fii gieatly' ,ai Knovvledgcd l-\ I'I'I X1.
JACKSONVILLE E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. TLORIDAI Imnnv.L' : -, lieniamine' .IHlakeni \ X'j'; '\1.."'- Dress Shirts -y'T - 1.75 Men's President :SiispenderN. per pair_ 39c {:
I Icatur.) III.. v\ritc: "( : ;
|I ,Coug-h Remedy is, l.y. 'hIII1".rltIIl"I I :x:: 'Men's: Work Shirts, . . -60c and 75e :f .. -
.:. Boyx Wcuk, and j Dies, Pants( per pan .t ..
I medicine for ; oldnd] toughs \\ -
.j j, 'i'_; Good Grade1.en'! Socks 7c up to 48c '1'
hat'.v" I- usi-i] ill out family I ga\
( ::: - .. . 45e 10 t tMen's $2.48 :::
it to my children' whenmall fm .:. 0-4 I Best 1 Grade Shee'tri y;. |per yard 45cI.itdieo' t
. !' iinuii :and have taken it myself" II S. I Tine Tie. . 19c and 48c y
- - -
- -- :1': I j I I Hoip.j per pair, 8 co'I I .'
I APPROPRIATIONS :6 :Men't Union: Sui-! . _ 60e Shoe laces per pan 4e Y j

a :. :Men'TwoPiece, Su.:, 75c Men's fine, Belts_ ._ 19c and $1.43 ::; ...
The) 1 inability I of a large numlier' of I .1. .. .. .

GROVE costs 1 Florida'ounK; women anil ;young Y Lion Brand. Collars _ _ 19c Men's Blue Denim Overalls coat and pants, $2.68 :i:
men to secure admission, to the Florida :a: :!.
institutions of higher lent lung Men's Pin-Checked Pants, pair ,__.:-$1.15 Best Grade Stationery, per box__14c lo 38c 'i'

are materiallyreduced ," iiml,because. class!of space! lack during dormitory the last rooms year', k:: Men's Khaki Pants, per pait-----' : ...',.$1.25: Large Bath Towels re'r pair''-28c to 53c :=..!.:: 4:,

has. nrousod unusual interest in plans .. "
t .
!1" I of the board of control to enlargejiccommodations. 't '
.lf' for ; : ,. 1" \' ''i,
r ,, The' proposed budget for the institutions Y I have $1100 worth of those good old Star Brand Shoes that must sell for $1.48 to $6.58 for the! best :f' ,

of higher lClu'nillj.ha'l': been X
I'Overstho carefully preparc-1 to piovide the t styles and grades. Star Brand Shoes are best by test for the whole family. They cost less than others. i

t maximum increase in aceomni'idations ( X
!, dad teacbimr t-fficieney. at a & This it only a small part of my stock. If your need isn't listed here well, come in and ask for it. :is!:
4Iml1S minimum outlay of slate II"-'V
cooperate. :\I..nlnd women of the state: who
are" not connected with any of the
I institutions, but \\ 1111 nre trey muchinterested

(. ".. nities for educating in enlarging young) /the oppol'tu'l" Lee's Goods Store

--- F..xC .aA that they. may make better I Dry .
,:.. ".- It........ ........,. ,....,. have given of then t time' m/ eoiin-el- I.

...1..... bars.! ing with I the president" of. the institutions /
aw 1 -_. and lilt'1wIIII./ ...,.. of the
I boaid of control; in prepaimg: the
proposed' budgets whuh will he submitted

'1 n to the legislaliiie. for "its ap-I i 304 BROADWAY:

proval.The" :
I future development! of te.ich- I ,. *
- -- -- for Iht rural hoolsthroughout ,,
-talfs gradei
---- - -- -- !nig I .
I the state ili-peml, In .1 I i Kissimmee Florida
large extent upon providing/: fuilliefoi :
'.. training" .in the I 1'/1"\/ '! and.l'loi'nla _
k ki ; State College: for Women/ the \ : ::
:i WORK DAYS ,ruing artist 'peopliwho,, .'i'k. If tl'ev\vl-ll do to not-pei iri-t lalixe! 11"1. I I Ipiopir ,".''}.........._.._......._' .._.................-..-.---"..... --_-.......--..-.....-.-..".. .._.. ....... ..."..................._.._.._......._............._.._......"..........................._................................_:-..........................................................................'....' ( .

1 ...01",1 loll lln-v uinnoil 1",. so ; .
I efin, "lent/ a- 11""f\ oui lio-- ..milgii I
AND REST NIGHTS Ihu. b will I plate:. :"i hand < :Mon > 1 vt nwvb-
the cominggenei/ / ".\ ." ..yf il'iMtrn I / +

&; ((;an you do it-nowIfyou'car. "" "' A loipid' 'lver', : ;-n/ oveibinling , "' "
v\ith Ilerhine Its 1 ln-nclits 'an- '1111'iiiedintely. -
-there's: .' .,, uppnwill./ Knciiry: t taketin ,, -
1) something
wrong.t glare of lir/me-ss, app',-titei, returns SEEDS'
and the hoxr" of n'st l.r'iigilh '/ );-
Jflany find coffee a disturbing it sound refrt-shinc "ll'c" 1'i-ice, ,

',a I filth: Sold t\ ement, so widely leave it off -- -
"Save The
and use I ,
The Ki-simmee (;I.i/.ette j i- .i.f the I
opinion that there is too -iniicli van-I/ I j SEED STORES
i Postum Cereal ,,
: tonne-s tn lullg', off all'l,1' rs.I" ;
TliPsirelics of an early; :nre: '''r>- -. .
}". haiiiili-ss' unless you get "I i I tlcirway. \ Haines City, Polk County, Florida
.l and if the -laui'htei, loiiimiies
'f: is a pure U' ,\\lIl..1 be \lor- ... (The Gateway to the Scenic Highlands)
Postum to -ight-seekers .1
drink con I i.d.' The (;ia/.ette i is, in fir 1-1, .il, a
PoS "c-h.-i 1, il 1 -ea-on for !iiveveal-, !I' "mini
J bIt that : We Have Them
taining nothing \ I' I IU: >i nrd. ----- .- -

L disturb You
can possibly \r Happy"
I' .
be well If
To lie hapjiy von /mu-t
"?; ; 1920 Northern Crop Just Received
if.: '_. znerves or digestion.bull vim are frequently" tumbled with I s
': I con-tipation and indge-tion, you cannot
: \ find Postum be altogether happy. TakeChamberlain's Garden :E' ie1c1: Flower: : '
=' I Tablets to correctthese
has fla- .
a delightful ..
disorders. > They lire promptand
Sample. and ?ricer on Request
effectual, easy and pleasant to .
vor that fully satisfies."There's take.

-- Onion Sets Seed Potatoes Just ArrivedPratt's
Every part of a rhurt li in Santa; ,
a Reasori'fbrPostum! Rosa, California, except the Mooring,
came from a single ,led wood tree. Stock Remedies and Tonics Dr. LeGear's Stock Remedies and Tonics e

}I Made by Postum Cereal Co.Iwc., Encourage-boys---and-girls- to save Pratt's Poultry Remedies Dr. LeGear's Poultry Remedies .,

f money for a definite goal-for a ,better Poultry Supplies Insecticides Spray Material. Dips and Disinfectants PyrotArmour's
Battle CreekMich.
education and for the start in
B #
Suk V
life on the farm or in business. The Yr 4
1',4 older members of the family can
make it easier for the boys and girls \,

'V"f to save. .
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4.y4;: :M t a .en seen 7Y S u'-.r v.t''l. 9 i ". " -- .',. '-',' '''' -, ., r. w "' .p n ,"' - / , ,,.. /

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." I I'I roar nt brick st<,'..., said ldltloil Twenty, (*20) Tard.. thence North M. H. ('ro"t n. Walter I.rln. I

be .of some inininvbuMtlblc 'matvllulpprovi'il bout T..o Hundred and Twenty (I. 'H. I'rathW. R H.
I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTSFOR J by the city council. '2O) .. to t "kj>.' >*hei>
J"CURSO ::: All .ordinance or iiurts. of brdlnnn dl..tlon .Ion. the m.and.-r f M. HanMI. J. M. \ll.on.

epa In foixllU'l' hfl'" Hh 'be anil the line 0 the .. a.polnt.hleU II. <". I.lKhtsoy, .. .
annie are, iK'teby' l'fifiilod.Itoiol lint rlrst In thT """1'1,10" J.V.. Wynn J. .35. H*>>-1. Is
FQqJDER SAtE fly 'Accident and Health ..iMtpartment a.. lust I ho.. In ",,,.n' ...'....Ion.R1.d . ,'" *. with the linn- of Hum tltiwell. '.A. I' Tyson.
I HaKlnaw. Mlchlitani Capital by IHIMIIIIIHIUM. coiiMint filav**!!.. up. Iho ..k. < ","lnlM about Tw..lvt B. Harris.Mallla K. \\-. Harrelaon. .
I I ".&00.000. "M6-.UC.: On I Its svc'ond ii>ulliiH' and final I |lot ,,-/ u'nl roil SAL.H \VanhnmchlniRood aM k niiil liiiaiilnioiisly iinsaod. tll. &U' ond of J.ot3uiitbeted Two ( Z) In F. II. )' .\\'. .

inakv; half regular price; a child Bend today for a frt-n day of'April, A. l U. I 1*21 Section Nine (9). TownshipTwenty- William Quirk. K. TI. Van Acn w.Milton .
SELLS ran han.o1'1'1)' at "31 111 Church I FARMKR8- of the Florida 11. M. 11111 .\1< tCn. live (1 ilootlLot JtaliHo Thirty t $.U) I-' H. Inrxram J.I.ler. -
ample copy Farmer1 Last M. I. 'HtoutKilyth Mra. A. .
strVet Kl_slintnv<'. st I.rc.ld..t l V', V "IU>11' ,
and Btockman published (SEAL.3 MILTON )f. Islet Mra. W. C. Baaa.
: 1.1J(1RI.
livestock rata >
J'OI14.UJ! -'Flr l-cl""a beet fur a-.I I aonVllle. Tell about J. H. tHI.II'CUT' Special Master ) I John 8. C..d.U. J. Ilarne.
Fire Life Accident and fling purposeii. ITK-I-B nri- veryreasonable. In ir, dalrvlntr. poultry cltru. fruit I City. &h'rkAii.oved KIMu* & 8TKBI),"J M. A. Farmer. F. R Gilbert. p '.3
H. T. Funster. )Route 1.KIsBlinmco. .- I 'and trucklnit. weekly for. at IJ.OO." (10 Only peri.arthr.4 I II April ft. 10S1. Solicitor. for ComplaInant lS.1 .,. M. Pmltli. I>. "'. Alderman '
I year It. H. Oen. |".
JOHN 8. "UIICI.. 11.01. uardner..Ctr .
Health Plate Glass Liability 'I lIVfstocK' andneral f.rmln.p.per ,. 17-Bt "ta)."'.. 1Oru'l TO CHKIIITUHB t!. ) .i>n Farmer
t. KOH Mt.JoA! nice trentlo pony liort.. I In' tho state: Write today. l. I.upfer. Alexander Aker- J 4 I
Will work nnywhirSec' J, M. 'I \\ OTUIO.NOTICK I. Court of t be ('onalr .d... alr elfouMly. A. W. llalley. man. .
and BoilerInsurance.Legal Duncan, at Water & CArson Grocery MISCELLANEOUS.1).Vrll .State of Florida.In'ro II. \\'. B.iloe..Iu R H. Jonea. :

C.>mpnn.y. l"-lt I I" B.;reUv given that th- ). A- /-I'h..lkarlu. ,V.
-- - IIOUKKK,) AT 8AIIT c'I. Bonds Executed FOIl HAI.IC-ciill.rit Ch""U'U'llI" (Irak" ,i Noel open under new. tiiiinafi4iiHfit.Fr I WF A HI'RCIAIj:: TAX .I ( ,'edl.r.., Legate, lilslrlliutoos 3.: :; I1tiprer.: : lt.: 'I : 1

Pi'lit'tlt'iilly I I new ; usctl liul n h.rt l .-.. Inbloft! for plinKpartl<:". Ill,t h KCIH ><.>(. I IMKTHK'T Kill I... |ir.'Si'iitiltn iitil | -t-roiiM havlnar Claim J M. li.ill. M.
I. tlinn. I'rlo.. '5. Apply ut .".IB b. sullH I I a".1 for 'rybod.t. A I It.' lUmril nf.l-ubllc I Instruction' ofiOsei I .;r I ii'iiuiiKlH' nualnst I said KHlatc : 5 J. 5'o'ifill. H; -"ann. ,
Same Day Needed. III III' ..11..1. ttVFoil i II. Kmllli, pruptletor.' *xilOT .I 0-inintv' FlorbTn a I the ........., You* mill I'HCh of )'uu, are hvrehyiiKtlir,1 J. \\' ltleMlittln. A.: I.. Davidson.
iiinl I V .' t 4 I. F. ttssa I.. H. )'arkcr.'I .
il l.r In. .1111" *if Kuld lloiird culled fn'i iI I ri'iiulri'd lo >rs'a ii any -
I S.\I.E-Hcvil HIi'Ololn ..ileilllottduius < IH'SV- 1<...-|' lillHt. IH > niir )J"!" I in fill nVIixi-k a. m. Mltilav. May I"... ..1."," mill, '-niiiihl3,. which .tot), or :' N.: Clark I Joe Neniilsi I
mid iliiiih-!' : nd.ipied ( tililuli iiiin.ifi'- I IM n I .i.nianiiiit .' Yii mitt 1151ri'ITITlOX .lh. nf > mi. mav lusty iiKalnst th:* : \\ .5. .lssIner M ]. MII'r. t
: to| '
. I ; : : of II. I'Vrtlc. ileiiisiil.Inl I' ( 'Mt'oak.y. M. A 'pmple '
or low buiil ; yl. M tin S hiliholHllltll llf, ,'. |iiiiK IislnHs.' Yni call ui't : FUllTins) FOIIMTION: Ili'tiiy' -
OFFICE: State Bank Building t I\VI. IIIIIHIlllV! JH f lit I','. "h"III'.1' | | | intl' .*". ll fl llllHllll'HH HI'IlllIU NINIllIS I I. 'I.' ,\ :S1'lt< : "I \I. l' 'X $i'ilIrI'lI .f i >>*i-.Sl lii i' onl :mi.*)' I r..o.l N lor man, ""'1..... Illi II I KIT: \\lltltlllS I l'tl.Ul'tK .1 ii llto i I'l IJTltl" 'T nnil.. I'SlOlIl' ' .'Xt'ttIhlsl' i>f snlil cstiit* ) .. ( .swI.'i., Mary 52 ... . 1
.. ., ttl*'. lllltl .llUUH \ l' ijllailtl': !ninirs Ifoii ow n n n lint or-" I >V. tlie It,,,l.,. .11.1 I iii-rsoim. r.'n \lhl. i\\ < >, <.u,'. fi, inn I ii.' ilulih, .- I : i.'IIilII, hit:.."....r. .
Plant now I'. liili"l fa If \VII- . -finirl of Hi. I ; ., ,0. 55,1. M.. M t'nuner.
r I.- I'linu I 'I h.ili on.
i'-t "'' If '>ll nve I I in-.i * ol' Oil .rj
( lip- .. ,. >.. sI I I Mi-i'i-mbor fi, 'A I 11. I 20 ,ibi." 4 41. I':. n....,.. '
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DR. R. 14-I" HIIIDI. Hiii'i'tte' \V I l.iii'l., > nil \\ il'ililir rt-'i I ot t>, i .. .i'I'':nl pioiii-itv' ttlthlti I Ii.I'I >. J I. O\I"'I'II': :T. I. :<: ,1. J 1 .1'"I.l"
J. DENNING : litor'MllKl ...
.. :: : : ",, I 11-91 I 9i.'s ; 11555'. (1 "
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.l i.-.i'i u. t I..iill. i' < .1, I II Will I, ii" I" i i..i i.I .1. i.' i a'i u .11. II..I t \
Over the PoMofflee.'K 1"1 : SM.I'I: I'oliirI'll ,,, ,,, i dI.: ",,I. ", .' .U i'.i"i"| n. I i, nut 1 nirf-lil/ It'.1.I I. ''I'. '..11.)0 I l'.I., I"I. il I ii-ri' linrv Hh ill ..1r I li. I' I I I .1 Tisni psOn.
1 t V W II II .1 1 U ,ii I.t, 10" t". ", 111'i I I > I 17-i'l\1 h.. I .. ,." ".,1 I nil.. ,. h l Sp ,'1" I Tnx KibmlIt' ;" 4 fiir< uf the l ..iii .I.iae. flN.*riiln : I 111"" "'"' 11. 1. has-ri II.I .
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Orlando. Florida I 11-1:1': ., ...I ..11.. . II . 'II ..I . 111.11: S'I li''l' 1:1191 \ N: i ; "' 500II', 1/"h/ ,
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ed for non-residents. II! I I' 'Kiil.liH' I t 1S.M191, , ." L'i; .mil, L'7 of I I. Till' i : Lots I. lt
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: "- 1 Ii; 1< 11'I":: I", ( 'li', k nf-llii-, ( Ouiirt of Oi-
nllrtl !Stntr.1 < ....rC.. \ I n-itu ,01"-' the of met jvor \\,111 Tonnslilp Twotity-lHi'' ) ((2f> ) Ss.lh.ilis ,
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;, ,I. '1'I .. ", I ..,I.. -r.\ " '''' City Journal. "II I I |ll' 0IO4I-| t I NK l 6,, ..t ,N .'/ J. W. THOMPSON ",. 1 :, II. ( iVKItSTHKKT.I'leil I : : 'l.*> I 1:1111110: ::1"i "Sl',4: --- -- I. nf I'h". In..1r l'iiilnl\' of H I IB.
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WANTED. One) hundred thousand, Chinese' I '. III1I1I,, ,! .Illl'l H I .|Il < '""" 2fi. I.: :i iThlH \ T"f

SLFuneral Director / xvpre killed in the vicinity of Ha- ly. l-'lol Ill: 17tlMVIII : i the 1K( ilnv of ''. 1921.I. .
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\\ \1":1': :Sle.Klv<' ..J.J l.\ I..1 Chonj, China, when mountains. were V .. ts'rp.ii: HII.K R. FA KM Kit.Shii .
\ , I 155,9,1.5| Cuun '. Flirlda.
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,1 MT.-" : |II i !Ihl| levelled 1 by hjuakl'-ten thousand .
j. AND I I"' I,' ,1.. ,I", 11.1 "". "II in., |Ill, Mi-| of the victims being engaged N'olli'i' II. ,It, ri'liv ci', ,'n that iimlirnnil IR-5 STOMACH CATARRH ,
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I. 'I"I xilies-) I I H.UK.ii.I : \\--i.-i I I :II li\ \lrtii I*' *.I'I ''....Iuln. Klnal l >ero .
LICENSED EMBALMER ;I I, '''" "'' 1"1..1.! I : -tf.. in prayer at the time of the casualty 'in I'hunri'iy 1 ilalvil' the list day 4)i'l( I'; 0. ill \"'IIUt'1.1. Causan untold tatmry and eafle ... I

letter from missionary of Miirrh. .V I' 1921 entered In the which t* iMMdhias'
-accordiiijT to a a Under nnd hy virtue of a Final' Decree all of
I \\\STI'!:" I S1.l.qnI -r-r-K; .SHlmm. *: j located in the Kansu case if (1. 1. Krlbba, as Complainant. In the Circuit acts as quickly and surly **>
Store and Chapel .Stewart Ave. I it lIlt vlflnliy.I I ('..n,ni I "I"fI ,-.,"I r.ict. prow vi-rsun The KIsBlmmi-o' Lumber Company Qf of for""IIaur. '. In the case tairho* the steinack aod b.s4.
Court )
only for tlm > / ino*;. This is not an Associated Tucker S. (a s _
Hparo. < or full time. a Florida Corporation ;
/ KJISI1! >IMEI':' Jo'LOLUDA I \Viwill/ t, ncii ) 01'1 Ill a.11] ) |ncini. <. Press dispatch' and is only vouched llrlok l'0111/innjr/ a Florida Corporation .1 of K.II. M. lmi..h.defendant complainant the under versus .tbStmmon -

flIi('('1 I'... Ilirouxli I nur fr..or. m-liool' (fir by the missionary' -and few : Stale Hiuilt or }Klaslmmee a "''Kn.dI1>.. Master has taken \4 lor.anII
I I"f I Iimlruction. II rid lii'lp > .... build I n {'or.ornllon. o..anlul and existing; ef and will ofTeJ4 for sale at I tl esiMT
biiHliti-Hi of your own M .fci>..rliii... newspapers considered the source of ChI State of Florida .h..rll outcry. In front of the CourtHouse

I I I ella Hundlnir and Inrurance ('omr""- \rie report very authentic and S. II. lullo..k. a* Receiver of door In KlBslmmee Florida. to III

the -State Dank .f .. ..... an Insolvent the highest bidder for cash on Monday. .

DR. BUCKMASTERKISSIMMEE'S oorporntlon. Respondent 2d 1 day of 1921. the following ; USEm1WS
pondinir In the ('Ir"ul Court of the .dosci'lliofl 1" situate
; il Si'ventoi-nlh ., .11..1. ("Ir..ul of theStnto and bolnu: in OHCoola County Iylnl uspi '.
j LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS; of l.' ,. Osreola 'or so much thereof as be Jo'I> a I
I ''oiintv": In C'lianceiy. that I, I ho unI ear)' to satisfy a -.. .hal' S1S3258 I 5. blag .
J Ii I t. rnltt iii'd. as Special Master 'In this' mill costs. .
":,*.. wil.! ui Mnnilav, tho hid I ,... :an.1llrport the allrnratloriM of milil. bill will I.,' Slav 1921. durIng the of the Northeast quarti-r MOllh..a"C, ( W',4 of the I. ach. _.., vosaitig.aN .
of Ike onrtlllon OSTEOPATHOFFICE !ITHK: II\NK or- <>*>.1.1.\ < 01 ,N 'i-y. Court llnuno In Klsslmrnee Osceola of the Southeast quarter of dAneTh ,

a I KU*>,4 tins ate a syin : '.
; .< Nh.' rloxr, of hunlnriwaril :. NaZI l>*. puliliahed OUCH a week for foul "*'11. nl outcry for cash In of NE % ) : North .F Southeast _t . .

con" rutlx-p we.-). In The Klanlmtni.pValUy luind. to the hltrheat bidder the fol- quarter AT RESIDENCE : I I HKSOflK'kS HOI.I.AHH nazetti, a newnpapcr pulillsli- 'Inm-InK'' iloscrlheJ. property situate InOsrfoln of Southwest uuarter of Southeast 47 -sut ..a.tsr4aycI
"' oiin-i anil llmil t 37.227.71 (,"! In Maid county and '/llat... Countv Fliirlda to-wlt- quarter ( KM nf HWV of KIC'4) of - .'
Corner of Clyde Avenue 1.,'MMH, (>n < '..11" '.ral "t'urity Thin March Bfi. A l D IS21. flock Ono I I. Two < 2). Four ( n.) Section 12. Township / other Tn, II 11.1. I Bntati' 100.((109 8 t'All (Circuit Court Seal!) Six (6). Sf-v.-n ((7)) Eight (8). and all Kant 2 155,54 P.-..... j lb.msdld.e ;

and Emmett Street nthtT I nanft and I IHn- J. U OVKRHTtlKBT.Clerk of Block 3) Except a strip Purchaser to pay for deed.W -l. .4 /
1 K-uiilii . 176.7SS 45 Circuit Court. inc Hundred ( lOt ) Feel wide across J. STKKO. a d7s
1 .OviTilinrtd 3323 LEWIS O'JIIIYAN. the South end of Iot Four M ) of Bald As Special. Master In Chancery. Sold Evel- I 1 .{
-- -- "Sl'.i1 I'iniiitv nnd MurlU4ial Solicitor for Complainant. 16-Rt Hlool : nnd all of Hlook' Five fS) IvtnK MILTON I'LEIIlER, ,
llonOn 1.50000 South of the Atlantic Coast Line Solicitor for Complainant. l5t Tabet. Liqui \S i

"SlnrkH ..r '.......rall<.n.. . IS.fcSOOO KTOTK-K FOR IM HI.-'IO'\l. Itnllroad ; In K. B. Waters and Ron's \
llnnklnix MoiiHKurnitur.' Department of the Interior U. a. Innil \ddltlon' to the Town of Klaslmmon.Klorldn. N OTI Cit ; .

Klxtur.'H, 3663QaO Office nt Ualnesvllle, Florida. March as shown bv plat on file In

CITYMEATJARKET Other F<*-nl' 10:.."...- . K7K.5R 2$, 1021.NOTICK. tile office of the Circuit Court of O*- I NOTICE i4k
(Inlrnn nnJ oth.It.. i..urr> H 16)3366Mil ) I I. hereby given that John c,'ola County 1'lorld.sJOIIN hereinafter l"p'T't rONIIV"haTthJoIJo'OnMATION : -

I from" I Inroi poratodI I Altmeyer. of l.ounrlrmnn, Florldn, who I S. CADKI, OF A 8PFCI.'AX 3 ti
I HankM . IS5.3526S on February 13. 1916. mad Homestead Special Master In (Chan SCHOOI DISTRICT .-.
('hrl and' Kxt'hnnKt'K' 'r..r. I Entry No 01418.1 for NW14 of I eec)'. In this case.W to the Hoard of Public Iral"'I r.rr"ente i

('l,'artng. S.S'tf.lS RW'>4. Section S3. Township 2K 8., J HTKKD. Osceola County. Flor'da, arfdalmeetliiK r
CliBh on Hand 3422712 Range 27 K. Tallahassee Meridian ,Solicitor for Complainant. 16NOTICK - "llv \VirrniitB' 4.970 OR ha. filed notice of Intention to make I o'clock a. m.. Saturday April tifh, -- -I, J
('iunt >' \\ 24365 Three-year Proof to establish claimto OF MASTKR-S "AI.E 1911 : 10
arrnnU'n the land above described before Notice I. hereby given _ 'r .
'p Fresh MeaJ and Total 4310.71985III Clerk Circuit Court at Klaslmmee, and by vlrture of certain Final Deere PETITION FOR THE FORMATION 1
--L: : Florida on the 6th day of May, 191. ** In Chancery dated the 18th day OK A SPRflAI. TAX SCHOOL rK 0', c.;

III".ITnS! 'TifU.I. qqt'"U.,1 Claimant name as wltn...".." of October 1S20 entered In the case DISTRICT. f ,
VegetablesPhiMie B. O. Hancock, of LouKhman. Flor' of Sarah A. Cohoon. complainant ver-
Ktix'k Paid! In t 26.000 .
'Imii v li'inl .IfipoKlti. Subject Ida.'I.* sn. C, li. Funk and Maude M. Funk. We the undersigned person rep.resenting .
to <'hk 491c2" Pi R A. n. Sullivan of I.ouKhman. Flor his "Ifr. respondents p.ndlnl In the I more than one-fourth of thequalified
ida. Court of the Cir elector who tax <
p. a on 1
Tim' O-nlfli-nl. of I > Clrrut
44 |i ,',rlln.'d Ch.-ikH a '.;1'.1' 24.13151 Jay Addition of r.nuahman. Florida the State of Florida. In anti real or personal property,within the
""anlili-r'! (hirkri. outFtnndIntr C. I.. Heath, of 1.011 Kb man. Florida. for Osceola County, .I.n Chancery that hereinafter mentioned territory petition -
2.-sn -2ilovings ROnT. W. HAVIS' I. tho underlined Special MasterIn the Board of Public Inairuetlonof t "
8-M ne.I"trr.A'I thla case, will on Monday, the Id Osceola County. Florida to <- U-an -
I >, Kit :
__b__ _______ | .pi> day of May A. 0. 1S21. durlnathe le- election. to determine whether or not
---- ORDINANCE hours of sale, at the front door the followingdescribed territory hall ,
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING $$610.7IS ii the Court House In Klsslmmoe. Osci'Ola be formed Into a Special Tax School .

A. Ordl_.... <. Aa>ra l .,.. lnm 2-"* County. Florida offer for cole, District' : I.
All Work Gu Bleed "Stnto *if Flurlilfffount >1 of ... 00'.1....... of She < Sty and soil, at public outcry for cash In Jlellnnlnl at the Northeast cornerof.
r __ v of Oiiceola. ). of Kl.alaia,_. ., l>erraaber. I.... hand to the highest bidder the following of IS South, Range 29 Kast. "THERE If IS AGAIN I .1'
I. L II (JpclBr.*, (''' hlr.r of the bovp- Tie 'It Ordalnod b> the Council of described property situate In and run thence West on the Town-

A. B. YODER named Hank do nnlmnly *i..'.nr that thJ City, of Risaininie.that Section OHceola Countiy. Florida to-wit : ship line \ where ShingleCreek
th ah>\ atrut"'m.-nt in tru, to theh 259 of the llevlaed' Ordlnano.** of the The Northoantquarter ( NJoJ'\4) nf o."OtctOr ; thence southerly That fluttering sensation .
Mt ..f my kn..wl..dr. and l Idiot. the City of KlBHlmmee' of December.If the Southwest quarter (3WV4) ; the and rnean
Florid I. II .. amended. to read. KB follow F.a..t.h.1 f IKVi ) of the Northwest derlnir of said Creek I'I a"pJt't: where meat1! heart trouble I '
Phone 324 Kiuimmee, rtlHKBt'T- ATTK8T S.'ctlon 259. Nil liuiliilnur. shed fN\V4) of the Southwest aid Creek emptel ..-
nil T M R iv lens.' tent or booth except gOod substantial, quarter S\V4)the; Fractional Southwest KallR-a : . Short breath ; smother
M I RTf.UT brick. coiicr.'tior nrtlflclul atone quarter > HW%> > of the Northeast shore line of said Lake Tohopekallira .
"I Cot Raal M.d wh.n f Lost M, F W HI 1.1. l.i Ill ig aba II ba ..r..I..I..r plarod quarter '(NICK the Mouth two- In a Southerly direction to the Section ing: sensations ; inability to
DlrOrtorsSuhhtrlbp within the ttr. limits. nf thla' "" "'. thirds (S 2-3) of the Weat half tW % ) line between Section 9 and 1C.In .
Hen writ** Mr*. Hann.. !: .! and *w.irn to Li for mo The wall of all buildIng hereafter of the Southeast quarter (SP'>4) of Township St East : lie on the leftside ; pain

N. J. thin 7th day of April. 1SZ1n. erected within the fir..' Ilinlta. shall boo the Southeast iiuarter (HK 4 all In thence due J./oetrh.a.'f Lake to In. the heart left side
**Wbes I went into our b iTB and fouad HIT bratSetter H l- 'MI: | Rr of the following thlckneaa: For Section Nine (9)). Township Twentyfive the Eastern .. Northerly O 'f

dead I got real mA. One packam. ol Pst Notarv I'ulillr bulMlnftrn, of one strv not loaii than (25) South of Range Thirty (3") .hor of said between the shoulders'J
.. f1; >&p killed six big rmt. Poultry ru.en fthould aM My commlnftlon t xpire, February 12. eight lnch, for bullrtliiK of two Kast. Lake to the Section. lne between Section
Kat-SDifi.w CVnMS la cakM, ao! ... Nounrllt tI 1425 atnrlrn the first *itormtt I.',. than ALSO: 1"IIIlnllf.t., point Sixty tt and 35 In To..n.hp St South swollen fee and anklesj

t...dead..*. Th........ Prior...J5c 65t:.U..u.. twelve Inches, and th- second story ( Rnl N'orthea*! Range U East : on said .
. Sold aad cuijmata>d by I. Clrralt fnmrt. "t.Cr of Florida.Mrvrati not I less than twelve Inches : for corner of the Northwet quarterNW'i Section line to the Range line dl.ldlnl are danger signals. :.
>ra CKNTRAI. DRUG STORK jla ('*.uatla 4'aa....r,.. story not less than slutooii Inches. }! ) of Section Nine ( .1. in Township aid Range line to the place of be-

C-KOI.A!: HARDWARE TOMPANYPat the second story not less tlinn I .,.rh") Twenty-five i5) South of Itanxe Klnnlng Dr. Miles ,?
Flla M Franklin Complainant.VB. Inches and the third story not leas Thirty (SO) Kast and fron thencerun H. M. Kats. A. 8. Nel. .
I than tr/elve (ncbos.. and all party North ThIrty (30) Degrees Fast F. 11. I awaon. Beth Tyson.I. .
O P. GARRET N n'oIJo nod Julia A TN.ynoldn.' wall.. built for the usof more hlln to the margin of Lake Raat Tohopr- McPhatter.H. I. N Tyon. Treatment :
.John"lon. hi. wife C W Hurt and Mlnnlr R one Owner shall not be lss than four kallara thence In a.Houtheasterly direction I* TowelLA. 3. M. Gardner. Hear

JOHNSTON ft: GARRETTATTORNEYS.ATYAW! Hart hi. wife Defendant Inches thicker than abpve requirement .Iono said margin \.> a point Roaeo. Jam. H.ohn.
I 7rl'fl1..dbYI affidavit appended .: no building erected one hundred due point Forty < 4n) rods T. J. Woodall. ..ton..J. has with wonderful !
to \h'.pJ: In the above-stated feet In length ahall be erected ":.*1 of said Nortlioast corner of said . W. Ooodman. W. L D.vl.I bee a.e
cause that C W. Hart and Minnie K. 'In said fire limit unless provided Northwest quarter (NW'>*, > rf South C. K. Hilton I. Tree success all I:,
Offices : 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Band Hart two of the defendant therein with brick. concrete or stone fire we.t quarter tRW' ), thene' South to I. I>. Woodbck Lylee V. Story. funcioa )

Btiilding.KI88IMM2. nam!). are non-reildcntM of the State walls of the thlckneaa mentioned In the South line of Lot Two 3). th.-nee J. \\. Olbrt H. B. Hudson. heart troubles fo more j
of Florida, and are renldent of Foiitorla. this acetion. and at Interval of one West nlnns said South line to the Albert Dw. Robert John "
FLORIDA In the State of Kanaai; that hundred feet and the roof of every point of beKlnnlnir.' cont.I.'nl' Seven I). 0. Marvin Drla-ner. thirty years. Try 'at
they are each over the are of twenty- buildIng erected. therein shall be of (7) ...r... more or I), R. Stroup. W. C. Tanner. tan j
on. yeara: It I I" therefore ordered that slate. tile mine, tin or other Incom.heitible I I AI.8O: nenlnnlnK at renter of Section H.
The modern health crn a of h/trJone dudes and 1 ''' the city c0uncll.lrovid.d I about Thre Hundred- and Thirty Dua-var. R M. Thomaa. Yo dra. ;
kyst m pear :"lh'.t''hlrtrfb: ,, ]'''rnesfltl'.daf; : that II shall .be lawful to I IDol ( S>O) to Lake, th-nc- returning George w. Fox. C H. 'Jrllgera Mill Dr. Uilw : :
about 4,000,000 children in the. rjnitd .. a..Id ........ on or before. Monday the erect or construct a mall addition I < of beeHnrtnir. arit run I C W. Campbell. H. .. l II

SUtes. ; 4212 day of May, A D 1911, otherwise to esceed 10 feet by 15 feet In ] about Two Hundred and : C. Bryan. W. E. Hanaell. .

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1 .oo.ooooo oooooooo oO Ot OOOO.OOOOOOOOOO I discuss the Executive department of 'which this fifruro/ must hare' icost 49e e-fr4"v-e fr<< eH,>..."W e"SATURDAY X 44,.4*.*.#*." 4i H
the state, with Mrs; G. W. Heir a8 Mr. Johnson sbm<'.fbi'ix." like $16C'C. I I ,
leader., Mrs. W. B. Makinson will What crime, did' roe commit that R|
CASINO TO-DAY read's paper'.'coverins; the. provisionsof caused such and" nucr..'"* Nothing' MORROW
the state constitution in this IIM io than; bnt of' tr\.n/l/ to dcifop ,, -
branch, and each' member is 'expected land for which he hid paid anit"-n
J to prvnent ono important news. which he. pays lI111'cs.: Ixiould such
., item in the found-table discussion;\ a crime, be tolerated ill this 'enligr.t: .t* j IAT TH : CASINO: "
ti (Note: Owing to crowded columns ened and progressive eriod! Let I!
Special Attraction sonip interesting .data regartiiiK'' tfio the legislators, whl. cnnne 'lro. April : ,ct
.' club, furnished 1>y the president, and the people, who Vot'i, in 'No".j j
,iuct !he curried ove'to the next issue vcmber answer TheH it ubno'uioly .1 I
MISS' DOROTHY McCRANNIE : =at which time its value will bo no. argument for continuance of the I L rATTY ARBUCKLE t
' equally' /important.: ) frees! cattle range, tree run'gJ depredations _

r", Whose was the hit of "PRINCESS CHRYSANTHEMUM' KK1V {CROSS and, forest and fires./ Boil-destroying I'roeeasiv.i range and > His Funniest Picture .

,* will do a few'dance.* for our benefit. ELECT!:) !"-E;\V OFFICERS fair-inindi-d/ Kloridians should get ..
She it wonderful. "f'.t At the lant meeting"( of the (.C'l busy with heir legislators todaynot --

,____.____._ .. ._. Cross. Chapter the following: named, t.omo.o\v.:: "THE LIFE 1THE PARTY"The .4
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'. FEATURE were ctioxen term: as officials! for .the ensuing DANGErTsiGNS LACKINGAT

;\Irl<. W. J. Kripp, present; ;Mrs.S. \ THE DEATH CURVE
Special Lois Weber Production 1 H. Aultman- -./ I ; :Mm. "C world's funniest. fat man actor in A milk-fed Romance rollingin

"TO PLEASE''' ONE WOMAN" <}. W., lU-st. secretary; II. M. ..Kattreasuier. /, At the meeting: of the county commissioners laughter by the world's funniest fat-man writer, Irvin S. Cobb. >* .
Nurkin on Monday Commissioner ._
Cook Comedy "THE JOCKEY"There I -
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Homo service-Mrs. .S. II. Bullock, signs at the abrupt' curve in the Dixie The world ."Nobody Ions a fat man I" But after yon see him
Will Be No Additional Charge ;Mrs. II. C. Stanford. Ilonory members Highway at the fsll'-ground-statlnJ .
Afternoon. PRICES -;Miss Albina Smith Leo II. he had !seen in The Gazette the claim you will! say: "Everybody loves a fat ma.I" .
: Night Wilson. Advisory membersJ. :\l. that signs were lacking. The statement -
' Children lOc Children 15c Johnston J. L. Overslreet. Committee was made that suitable signs

Adults 20c Adults 25c I IJ confidential tee from churches e\cehange-Mrs to help .estublisli', 1.. ,E. representative were located at of The that Gazette point-offeredto and a "LAUGH AND GROW FAT WITH FATTY "

I I.upfer, chairman; Mrs. T. M. Rivers.1lrs. carry any inember of the board to _
: J. W. Evans, Mrs. A. 'fiess the location and show there were no QOOQOOCOOOoo-ooo**' *

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was taken' at that time-although
I Il and they declare they will return Commissioner Wetherhy declared due ** -frM- ><-$4 < M-v oo ooI -<+. A .
f[IN SOCIETY'S' REALMAll next season to note the progress LEON COUNTY FARMERA precautions should be taken. j r
which shall/ be made. A special trip for examination hassince I J. R. CLAY MONROE THOMAS t.
... 1 I SMILE: SOCIAL HELD special dispatch from Hurtow that time been made by private
says: parties. to look for danger signs.
matter Inlcndrd for Ills I d!*.1 HY TIIIO: DORCAS.: CLASS Emphasizing. the importance of the
There !is still no )suitable warning at
pnrlmtrit should lie hnnd. .i In IIM early I The class the 1 movement of the Florida Nol'enceI.eajrue THOMAS f.
HM popHlltlAdvnncr nubs..a of scour | Dorcfls of ItaptislSunday 'that point coming from the vnitli CLAY &
lug f\i-nta IIIUKI Inuui head, ii. ("..illI'hono school entertained all tho \ for abolishing the free cattle: I About si\tv feet from the railway I-
11. and rink fur "R"cl.. 'ly"I'urtua women's (fusses. of the various" range and altendunt evils, and perpetrated training, arid ,directly upon ti"curve ) I ;
clone |n onii| l ly. ut ten o'lloclc] churches of Kissimniee Tut's-lay; ev j t on the 1'"f the oonvenmujo' 'is one of the tiny signs aboutI'x2I '
rash Friday liiorniiiK.oOo- ,,01111111, : III t the liiiptist < lunch parlors.I'hr . the h li'irislatuie iii i li. will be a,I U : riches in SJ7., u' little yellow'' .i: Thi is to announce a change! ill management ol the tS
' led., nut to f. ''we hill !< SAINT JOHN'S) GUILD | wont was a "Smile Social, and pas a 110. and black sign saying: "Pllnj!" !;; | ..
MET WITH MRS. IIOIINSMY : tunics everywhere oundod. Smiles 1 the iuoslii] >n tt\> a vote of ,tinlwHy (.,.'" 2lMi f..t"I F''I1I I :Stewart Avenue Garage J. K. Clay liaxing I bought! I ) the I
wale the walls, and about the t lilt' ,people, oatlli* men in Ix-on t-oun- the ; it the sign'' : lliet.t'n
The regular meeting of the+ cull.1! upon wording if apparent = interest ol( J. C. Prentis. in what has been known a- 1r
f Sant: Jnhn's Episcopal church rooms, and in (he program and in I byof which Tail lnltassee! Florid.i'is 1 l-i been lerclntly' mated more Ihan'i
was> entertained on Tuexdny in the the names and sports' and. even in capital' j the county "I'al. last veci.'destroyed ;. lie hundred. feet 1I"IIn'r'the i 1"I j jing I' ol Prenlis c< Tlioma .,
Cape Breeze addition I by :Mrs. Hello.., the menu. A fine piogiiim' was rendered a wire fen<'o onrld'-intf ; in fuel this has IMTII :done since. y
i Hornsby. The regular business of and the sixty present were 1 ,000 acres, h..I"'IIU1j. to A. l n. John- '''the I recent sc\ ere accident T'p! sii r. :, Y
the guild was. transacted and the/ highly entertained.KETURNED ann progressive/ ' !' developer.! The i is so ]located PHIl In-fore ,it cnn be 1 1: The Same Excellence of Service and the Same t
Tall.iha--- I 1..I1I..ra'' editorially call the ilruer of the would/ bey]
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refreshments Servedlere' of especially
attractive: lIatu...'. an : : ) r'KOM): CUHA: ,Thus I this comment t<> make ragardwg nnt.ctly'on the I'ur\-I..o; I late to Fair Treatment Will Be Given All Patrons I Iand
ANI I WILL SETTLE: HEREMr. : I| tho iiutraifoV : i pull I to; hiv, !left ; and the transfer "f
SENIOH'() CLASS GIVES; and :Mrs. Hart llryan after "\ "ro cutter absolutely] nii'iod I ''lie -gn! .\to its present location waJ (I f all repair woi k will. l he guaranteed to be liigli-grade l
JOLLY/ FRENCH;! RECEPTION; ; : Iravntla/ -en alisent in Cirlin"lice: I IKune fencing around I 1,000 miei < :i great error.Tlure I : .
On Monday evening the seniors early in .'..IIIIIIrv. have returned. to i of farm hind and pasture of A l I' should I IM' a warning sign at :.r'} in service al a minimum price. Your patronage. .is solicited.I. ..".,
entertained, the faculty of the ()ire- ,, Kissimmee, where they have a hoot | Johnson I'l I the suutIi\vestetn sortin' 1 li'Hst. six feet square: at the curvene I X f
ola high at a "Krciich Reception"I of friendand. uil, | take up their residence I"f| the county last 1 Saturday luirlit. siifliei"iitlv large to IK- ,,'a'J ..1.
the event being staged in a the twelfth I h""I'1: r. 1 Hi i van reports astrongly ,turning i t his entire crops I and I pasturairo t 1 :i ilistince. Then the snmllor sign :
grade room. Nothing but French I depressed! feeling existingafl o\or to 'Ih,. depredations of cut -liould hr .replaced! Ht a pout ":!OO s CLAY & THOMAS i
.. was spoken during the. I"\ 1111I1- and I o\ei i ( lilt";t tint it seems to lie the I side. cattle li-et" from the rail,,-a\ "ilositig.' : and I
the refreshment menu. winch was general liclicf I that "the "hange of administration 'I 1 lei I- one of innumerable dt'p'o' -.I I at i'ght I ingle; I \'ith that addi-
exquisitely, dainty in every particular would soon bring" conditions Nations' the kind enmmittod, in \;fr- t on and the i-hanjri': danger would be :. Stewart Avenue Carafe, Phone 22. KUsimmeex :
was. entirely in the same lan ; hack to normal; at the :imetune "fniseitions. t If the tato in ictontyour ..hniinated.ELECTRIC. .
2 guage. I :Mr. Hiviui declines. that he amiIns I -, slpwuIF' the spirit. of the _- .> : :
wife hugely enjoyed. t the I trip and "free rariro.( The I loss, however i rlour CAFE PLANS *<,,>- {:-<.: .M4"M L >:x"MxELECTRIC-0?{.{-: { fi l X + }?4 Nri4{ +}.}:.:.--x.
( PLAN: TO AGAIN l '111"11" henhotter satisfied. withKlonda of I the smallest yet rcooid'd : REAL' SOUTHERN DINNER
und Kissimmeo. Pat getting the character of tins1'iitiaire .
Mr. und :Mrs. A. W. Sweet/land, I and the loss sustained I.I l.vMr. -- ----x--.: >-:-:-.,-:-: x.11 :
who have been spending their second BREVITIES: : PERTAINING; (j TO : .lohl1| in through destruction ..f I :Melely to start something good
winter in Kissimmee-making their I, :MOTHERS-TEACHERS\ ; (CI.UH' I his crops, let's l'ol1"idt'Ihe los 10- | n'id. ki-vp it' going (I. R. Dayson, of
; headquarters at the Breaker home, I :\1,.". A. T. Snodgrass has lush ,,"It,1l1! from destruction' of the fence'alone. i the Electric, ; Cafe, I is to have j CAFE
120 MabU-ttc streetwill leave on I'fleeted to (ill the ,post of secivtaiy I' ." said Vet I.. Brown, secietary'of ''terms H rent southern style chicken! ,.11 II f
Monday next for their home in Binghamton \ ice Mrs A. W. Sail', "tevigned', the Florida No-Fence I.eaifuo. ai Ipurli'au i.n Thursday 'eninand
New York.* This has proven : "urintilt': remainder, ;of the dull I the low'',t estimate it row 1'..,* reservations' may !lA' made now for '
r IIn enjoyable season for the visitors year. . . Next; Friday (the' club will SIlO;\ to fence ten acres, by reason I covers. The cafe will he handsomely On the exemng of Thursday, April 14 llicie will, be served a
I'' trimmed, and there will be mu ic. ,,
-. - -.I commencing' at seven o'clock, bv the I II ;
'IKls.inine.i orchestra. Th.s will be : Southern Style Chicken Purleauand
the first of pleasing, event beings,: i .I.Ir.

Mlaiini-il i > fo-. .Ins place.. all thai goes vtitli it, and none can afford to miss it. Music
I I BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED : : by the Kismmrnce: Orchestra begin al seven o'clock. Decorations t
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FROM OVER THE STATE ; y A good meal and a good time. Prices reasonable. -V
C Pr.*idtnt Cashier Vic.President I i s 7.LDON'T
Since I the drowning of W II. :Mon-I I "
r1 roe, sju-iitf of Saint [,ucie l'nunly.1' FORGET OUR SUNDAY DI INLK
following. a liquor raid the people
gathered nt a mass meeting to consider .
i a worthy successor to the victim 1. .
of thp accident selected "Fogey"Hill
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.. ., '. ;' ;. :'151\:' > county Collins, A sheriff petition of has Okeechobee been forwarded G. R. DAYSOM. Proprietor. Telephone 42. Broadway'I:

. .. ,,.">.'I'",,,.,.'h\c.. \.,.f. f.-.IC-''.,, '. 'i' the appointment.Governor Hardee..' asking for .Uo--H 0 0 CI D
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It is alleged/ that the orangetreethief

who stole several hundred, Tern- .t A FORTUNE IN YOUR LAP pleton trees from groves east of
' Ijike Wales is S. G, Callahan of
Mainos City, who is now out on a Spring-time is Fan-time. . i !
bund of $:!000. It is alleged the
; said : "Heaven never helps the tn'e.t're. ,old to one Adams near
Orlando who was told when he
will Don't wait for bought them that they had been Why W
man \ not act. suc-
"left over" from a big planting. The k f*
truck, wearing four different makesof : j-- : :
cess to come and drop a fortune in your lap. tire.. by means of which the Not
crime was ferrited out, was destroyed
Success doesn't to have to by burning in Lake county it isaIleI.
come you-you got by the owner in order to Enjoy
collect the insurance. U
t w go to success. The man who sits down on theY Life
1 Because the people of Bartow believe -
road to success and expects to get a free ride and because in slicking the to city their is home progressivefrom paper .. _

the fact that there is a grow This i
will get left. Act now-at oilce-today. Start a ing spirit of co-operation, the Bartow f
Record has been forced to install a I II

( Savings Account, even if you only have $1OO! < )( ) I for fine the Iluber nectls press of the which plant will for suffice some I II I Summer !

years. \It is the home patronage .'J
with which to do it. I which goes making more ,I \\Xe I have I Fans in stock ranging in price from ,

i? prominent any city or communityPERTAINING I =f
$6.5O to $40.50DIXm

also clean, oil, and repair; your old fans

If you are an outoF\ town reader, you=can Christian_Church 1 I ELECTRIC COMPANYEVERYTHING J.
Rev. W. II. Coleman Pastor.
bank with us by mail. May we tell you how? ELECTRICAL t .
I 10.00 a. m.-Sunday school.
f 11:00: a. m.-Sermon. M.r: {:-}{}?{-:"}{.{{+: ?:xk.: .{-= } :-:-{....>.>.>{..:..>ry.}{n?{->-?{['fir?...>>:
s 7'JO Sermon. ,
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A 'welcome for everybody-especially
7X strangers tf 6{: { t }{ { +Wss'rvh v .

St. John' (Episcopal) ChurchRev
L. II. Kirkliy Rector:

W M' .' Bank Osceola County I Second Sundav-after. Easl( r. 1 j :z. Cattle pasture owned by the L'mted Land and Investment i:'I .
10:00 Church school
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.tI.v I 10:00: a. nt.--I Divine worship nn 1 *: Company, ; is (for rent at reasonable price. Parties desiring to ..
s-eimon by the pastor. Subject: "The
Door of the Sheep." ,I j ;.j rent same should call on or write
70; :! !Evening: Prayer and I
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Hour 9 A. M. to 3' P. M. t worship Sermon subject: "Spring." I W. B. CRAWFORD, Orlando, Florida I :
; 7t:: () p. III Thursday: Special missionary | .
*' service.A I Secretary and Treasurer. United Land and Investment Company '
general invitation :'s extended.
ll'q qii' 16-21 I

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The following visitors have left Alice Drounfrht, Mrs. D. R. Drought been in attendance at the Grand Army -
} for their boniest Mrs. Bert Durham, together with C. F. Lundy, J. B. state reunion at Tampa
i YN Chicago; :Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Gray, Hathaway Ira Turner, and E. L. Al- The Baptists missionary\ societies/ .
Warner Pennsylvania; while MrsE. bertson, were delightfully entertained of Orlando, Kissimmee and Saint
The Bank With the Ability L. Elliott Mrs M. U. Munroe Wednesday evening by Miss Ella Cloud held a joint meeting at the local -
' and Willingness to Serve DEPOSITS INSURED Miss Ethel 1 Munroe and Miss Lou McAllister.The Baptist church on Tuesday.
Griffin and sister\ other Michigan Association held an Mr. and Mrs. John F.- Daniels. and e
e e Florida points en route to their north all-day session ip the old Grand Ar- children and Miss Ella McAllistet'j
ern homes. my hall on Wednesday. autoed to Orlando on Sunday to
P Misses Eda L. Epple, Nellie Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Shambow have spend the afternoon.

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