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 15, 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: VID01007
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 following committees have SORELYY There<< are till difficulties reg l- '
been selected Joy A." S. Gilbert president ing procuring lumber' for either I.- .V LACKINGNECESSARY
of the city council-the name

man first of appearing that committee, indicating: the chair BESIDE THE HIGHW A BURDENING FLORIDAProposition buildings built or, and to repair, while structures the demandis already FUNDS ,.j

Finance: II. M. Katz, A. Rosen not constant, it is believed that a I
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oiled Down" Suggestions Mentioned J. Sanitary M. Johnston.: J, M. Johnston II. M.. Cost of Surfacing Crou-State Highway By The Governor To Junk concern carrying a'small general Governor Hardee, I. Hi Message T* ,:

t in Governor Hardee' Menage Katz, A. Rosen. Would Not Be Excessive: A'Lot of The Ue1eu Hapger-on stock with facilities' for furnishing The Legislature, Hat This To Say -

R To The LegislatureThe Street: J, M. Johnston, A Rosen, Plenty of Marl Drawing Pay larger bills of various varieties would On Roads
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I M. Katz.Education. soon build up a good business. There

message/ of Governor Hardee Cemetery and Charity: That the Kissimmee-Saint Cloud-" From the message by Governor is a continued complaint regaling The creation of the ,
state road de-
delivered to the legislature at the .1. W. Thompson' If, M Katz, J. M. Melbourne cross-state highway could! Hardee U> the legislature the following the troubles found when-" i-ytng5" 'to partmenjt by the legislature of 1915
0 (opening of the present session continues Johnston. be put in nice shape by a minimumof regarding those who have been buy material in Kissimmeq-and was necessary if the state would utilize
tg be the subject of much com- Rules and Ordinances! : J. W. outlay, and that for a small pro- sucking the public pap and giving from remarks made by those who its share of the funds which the- '
ment throughout the slate-and the Thompson. M. Johnston, H. M. portionate sum there might be naught in return is most pertinent: have desired to build but whb have national government has appropriated
salient points touched upon indicatethe Katz. placed !thereon a sufficient quantityof There has been a tendency in the been deterred because of lack of facilities : for road construction. Its
great amount of study devoted to Electric Light and Water: H. M. hardsurf acting without being past to create too many offices and in purchasing it is made apparent tion wan essential then its continu-
the addiess. Briefly stated, these Katz, J. it!. ,Johnston A. Rotten. forced to ship the material into the positions. It has resulted in the duplication that lack of housing may"be ance is necessary now; ,.It lisa not
Building:: J. W. Thompson II. M. is the fact of work largely attribute' to the trouble in
point were spoken Of at I'njtth-and; county mode tangible by in lessening efficiency performed in the past as effectivelyand
*4he people are watching the course Katz A. Ros..n.Bulkhead that all along the right-of-way thereare and the needless expenditureof procuring the. stock. There have efficiently as the people have desired -
: A. Rosen H. M. Katz copious beds. of marl. Thin money. We have been many promises that a stock of
of tin legislature in both houses: material more traveling and whether it will do so in the
The matter of finishing highways i Johnston. is so clone to the highway that inspectors than necessary and some. lumber would be carried-but none future will Depend the
, throughout the state through the ef- ""J. ditching: A, Rosen J. J!. John. the cost of transportation: would be departments of the state can well he of these Lave been more than partially personnel of the department largely upon-and of
for If of the State Road Department J, W. TholllpKon.POPULARITY but liJht---und there is no doubt that combine with others. There in much realized.LAKELAND. the policies which they adoot. As is
r -with an urgement that work be not the cwners of the abutting property, Work for you to do at this session well known, the federal government
delayed. .. would give the material for the Rake along this line, if you would give to will pay fifty percent of the cost of
Creation of a !sinking fund commission MATCHOF of having good t transportation. the people that economical administration CITIZENS any road which has been designatedas
to retire bonds.Passage . Portions of I the road--Kome. of that of affairs to which they are a federal aid project, and provided
of emergency appropriation section lying within Hrevan"" county entitled. 1 suggest lie( appointmentof i that the construction is in keeping
foi hospital for the insane at SIX YEARS AGO -have already received such an application a committee with membership LEARN OF HIGHWAY with the regulations prescribed
Chattaboochie and boys' industrial I -and, the improvement has I Hof from each the senate and the house the national government. No fundsare
school at' Marianna. been most marked.. Any car can now representatives, who shall very received whatever from the national -
Creation of tax commission, looking SETTLED IN COURT run over that poition' of the road ( thoroughly examine into thematterssuggested. PLANS TO AID THEM I government except for work
toward uniform assessment of "on high" without trouble- even Let the examinations In- upon federal aid projects, and then
PI'olK'lty Y though the ruts. have been worn into I exhaustive, and not superficial 01 only as the work progresses. The
4 Creation! of office of assistant! togovernor Jury Award Damage to Plaintiff the road; but with .the aid of a scrap- perfunctory. Tbis should l be done Half-Hundred Citizen of Two Counties state of Flori'fctr has not utilized the
in matter of taxation, official ei and a roller there would be but find report made during the early .ippropriations of the national
Who Was At That Time Mill Win- I and Killimmee'Band Carry /government
1o co-operate with county offi- a mall task to fix the highway in 'toys 'of the session. to any considerable extent.
1e1. I oils Allen shape. for a heavier coating of the f \vill be pleased to assist the comjiiiittee Word to Polk People There is to the credit of Florida near i
Coiistilutional' amcivlmcnt to permit material thai is so easily obtained. | with all infomillion) obtainable 'Iv three million dollars now held by u I |
assessment, of !intangible property In the circuit couit of Osceolacounty In Osceola county there has been noattempt ) and with such suggestions/ : as There was an interesting, cavrlcada the national government for road "
iip'in{ a reasonable 1 1 basisPassage theie came on to be h"II..dIhp at such surfacing, although may seem 1 proper.uWe need less leg'islatlon i of cars flocking into Polk county construction in our state none of ;
of law compelling every, long-drawn-out; / Cass springing/ the fact of I the. (close. proximity of', and more co-operation. There I![ Wednesday evening, with Lakelandas which however id available except .
individual to gist in all his property i from the meichants'popularity' con the marl must have been known by I] .should) I not' I be a single office created i the destination, and carrying enthusiastic for work pn roads designated/ as fedMai .
for assessment, under binding oath. I|' test carried on in Kissiniinee during .the -late authorities '!'or continued for pout bal purposes inn jl, (peoplefrom, Melbourne, aid projects and only then when .
Creation ">f budget system to leg-! ], the early part of 11115, wherein, Miss. The cost, of this. addition would not |I the state. of Florida Politics amt]'Saint' Cloud and Kissimmee. Theca the state contributes a like amount I
i..latlll..r suggested departmental j| Winona Allen claimed( she was appropriations and salaiies | <4 to the first' prize of a Kord at no "long haul" over a railwaynoreven the stale' Every unnecessary posi- I of the processionHRI; : .I! ar- readily apparent that if we are' to
Apportionate of joint .senate und i I that time valued! at $..rU, The jury by teams, ; and the initial' dust lion or every one even though neecessdiy. itingiiments had) been ma I" for a utilize the above funds from the national -
house lommittee to study depart-I I ,'IUln..1 a verdict for the plaintiff of the tine 'matciial, 1 would IM- practically !- where the duties can be )peifoinied |ptblir) meeting in the paik government, then we must
mvnts, and-abolish! !, needless offices. lin I the sum of .$.>4.r>, with accrued' in- nothing If the state !road department '- I by ,some other should IKI It was all on account of sprcud'ng! take steps to raise considerable money I
Oration. of game commission j j Merest, from :Mav-jM. 1l1! .;. !No mo- cannot affoid to "regularlypave I, abolished."' propaganda legal; ,ding the unfinished : for the state road department.And .
identical! with shell-fish commissioner | tiont I ';, were at thjAf time filed by the'uttorney the two missing portions in a I -- -- - --- sections of the Midway Ocean to the. state road department will "-
to i onsei. ve ,state's, fish and game Tor the ilefendants! manner that will well join the sections I I III' Robert Fox, of Detroit, who is Gulf Cross-State' Highway that these be l obliged to expend the funds SO
Constitutional. I amendment requiring I The award of prizes in the contestwas . already perfected it Would making an extended visit!: in Saint men went to the expense and trouble raised, upon the federal aid project.
,publication of notice of local made at the Dixie on the eveningof .seem that a good coating of this' Cloud, was>:I a visitor in Kissimmee i j measures tbiity' days before intro. TUI..lay.I". ", 2.;.. 1 191"!>!! and! IIwl I nail would be the next best thing. I on Tuesday Maud : and 1 the trip was made through centered upon the roads approved as ,
duction. following-named were, published as t - I the i instigation of the president of federal aid projects, and which will :
Reduction in number of convicts :i winners: First prize. FordMiss! Rub the' association. .1. Edward Krause, of connect the different sections of the
tnte farm at Raiford, placing more )'1'I'Vlltt ; second, piano!Miss) I CROPS OF FLORIDA LAWS FOR SCREENS I Ii Itunnymede Lodge. state, as designated from the localities .
on r< "-ls, and ('c'ollomy..f t', \ <- on farm. I' :Miss Violet Bullock : fourth chest, of its "services free of all cost should, and 1 am a'rvised that they
Increase in tax on oil and gasoline, silver -:Mis.' K. I'. Itutler.JliHM I SHOW GOOD GROWTHBY i IN PUBLIC PLACES to I the entertainment the .ody will do so, use every effort to have
); continuance of I two-mill tax and economical Allen lefiiM-d. t to accept I the I Ii proved a strong factor in drawing designated as federal aid project
handling of state loud department second: |irf/.e -(..Jall"inthal the that I the crowd to 'the scene of roads which traverse those counties
to take a/'vantage of fedVerul \prizer,: 3, rightfully/ hers In fact it was the strongest/ which have contributed funds to the
aid appropriations.KftnbliOinient i ICollffiSing'I i +j the ward, of piiesthere RECENT CENSUSGreater i I as those who gathered to .lleaking'l; state road department. The! only ..
of agnculturat' ex-
perinu'otsl station in the Everglades.L'gislaturr / I June 14, bv Winona Cary I). l.andis.. attorneyfor .. Acreage : Better Yield: '| County Prosecuting Attorney Will In- speaker The entire effort of the j is the mill tax which will provide -
Miss Allen an as umpsit to
to give all assistance speakers was impress upon then I little more than seven hundred
damage suit for $1000 _oil l being Heavier Citrus Production Than im silt Upon Compliance of The Law residents of Polk the immense '
possible, ; to the National (;iiyird of ,' county t thousand dollars. ; the tax on gasoline -
Florida. claimed that the prize of a I-'ol'd'i Previous Year Throughout County value a finished cross-state 1 which provided last y ar-about ti
P>".-age of acts to clarify situa.ati valued at that- date at $:o4.r should highway would prove to them. f fifty thousand dollars; also fifteenperl'nt.
\ *'. with regard to riparian! landownership have been delivered to Tiei- rather The director! of the census! announ- For the preservation of the public Addresses were J. Edward of the automobile license
rights. I than that she should be awarded! the tea, subject to correction, I the follow- health and to avoid any additional I Krause, Sam BrTnmar, ecrctary tax, same being used for maintenance -
: Careful consideration by legislature second prize of piano. The follow ing' preliminary figures ftom the danger of l'ontaminatioll'from consuming of the association, who gave of the department. Eighty-fiv
of departmental recommendations ing-named were made party to the census agriculture: for FJorida : foods which have been much important information regard-I percent of the automobile license taxis
along educational lines. suit : C. A. Cole, Citizens Bank; C. The value of all crops harves'o.J in touched by flies, the county prosecuting ing facts and figures, Stanley Lichty, apportioned by the state to the
I Passage of reapportionment measure W. Dann- Bartow Dutton, Leon Fen- Florida in 1919was$8O,256,408( Corn attorney Honorable Milton Pled- of, the Melbourne Times, Claude counties
giving various counties just representation nell. Marvin Goodman C, II. Hall, K.L. was valued at $14,129,774. pjf.nuts ger, will immediately commence the Johnson, of the Saint Cloud Tribune, Another source of revenue which "
.' in legislature.Full i Johnson J. Earl Lupfer, W. B.Makinson. at $3,344.404. and hay and forage at issue of warrants for those merchants and a representative of The Gazette ran be used by the state an. a credit ,,I'
I and adequate support of I H. R. May, J, W. Prentis, $2, lO.772. The value of potatoeswas who fail to comply with the Music by the band was sandwiched for its fifty percent of all federalaid
", marketing bureau I Holmes Prather Gus Smith R. A. $J). 01.5SR: of sweet potatoes, l law. First, however, he due between addresses. Introducing the projects Is the actual work per "
I Continuance of cattle tick eradica- Snyder and G. M. Taylor. $3,445,221 : and of other vegetables and timely notice regarding: the contemplated principal speaker of the evening, extending formed by the convicts. But of course
tion by state livestock sanitary board.Passage : TLe case has been in the coruts raised for sale, $$13,695.2.r! including action, an he desires to a welcome and concludingthe it requires immense sums ,of moneyto r.
of law assenting to sincethat time, and Was brought up tomatoes valued, at R4: ,103.: ,9q and work no hardships. upon anyone meeting by most enthused remarks equip, feed and clothe the convicts
"IH"lt! ion and maintenance of aC-1 for trial on defendants Giles I I celery at I $2.321,423.:!: ; : Th.8111e of I,I and does' not Wish to make any "1'I|, was the secretary of the while at work.
al government; )rniliona! forests. representing the in theJout. j tobacco was, $:!, 71.HI1 ; of cotton and i i rests for the non-performancl. by I 1 Lakeland Chamber of Commerce, The department is seriously handicapped
passage: : of law to limit size, .. The jury rendering! the verdictwa cotton seed $4,018,449! ; of sugar :|'any business. man in the line of who carried out his part of the program .account of funds. You are
timber tc be boxed by producers" of composed of .1. E, Bowen .J. B.Dillard (title, $4,134.4r:! ; of oranges; $l ti.-! i] screening % ,I j ( in _a most pleasing/ manner. respectfully requested to consider
rural stores.Passage > R. V. l.anier. II. J. Schmidt,1'Joy 71.J18; ( ; and of giapefruit! $ of law to contil I I as far I.. Starhml, an-) !II. II.' lIudson'l 041 As compared with 1909 the fb- ] matter and those who fail to ( Work upon the county directory is providing more funds for its use. I
as possible, spread, of foiest lair<. foreman.A till I value of crops for 1919 shows an I i ply with the !statutes will be 'om-I .being! pushed as rapidly as perfect recommend an increase of the tax on
Study by committee of -pla: i foi motion has been tiled for a new increase of 142.7 percent" ; corn 147.5 i i jei-t. to arrest'' and punishment. and complete work will allow. The gasoline, also tax on oil. I recommend i
creation of forestry deparl n.ent to trial, but, up to the time of goingto percent' ; peanuts' !r>.r>.8 percent; potatoes I|, sides that they will, he even Be-I book\ will prove very valuable to all the continuance of the two mill
' f f. a work out system of forest protection press, the court has taken no ac- 531.1: percent ; sweet potatoes. i forced" to install I the proper, 1'(" .. ; business i t firms an well as to private levy. 1 recommend also, a more
I and reforestation of cut-over land ion. 1798 percent ; tobacco I 131.2: : percent ; consequently will b* better to take individuals.ADVOCATES'' economical' and efficient handling of
I Passage of act defining, authority -- -- and sugar. cane, 279.4 percent. immediate steps toward" carrying': the affairs of the department, resulting -
of state' health officer and providing The acreage of corn in 1\1! \ was '! .,ut the injunction of the law. I not only in a great savin of -.I
for his appointment by the gjvemor.Provision KISSIMMEE PROVIN : 79(1.487.! ( representing an increase of |: :Section; 2154\ of the revised general ADVISE honey, but increased road building '>
f(.: medical examination :8P.> peicent as compared with (603-i|istnturs reads as follows: ,j'' as well. The members of the depart- ;!
of school child'-en. 771 acres, in I 1909.! The acreage of ', "Food Exposed For Sale To BeSt i ment as now constituted are alive to J I
Careful) maint..nanec" of /bureau of GOOD LOCATION FOR I !>I'Hn,1wa.... 77,41fi in 1919! \! as n'ened : It shall be unlawful for Ian | LEVYING MILLAGETO the necessity for more efficiency and x
I vital statistics.Adequate, against: I 12: <;i.liit acres in I 1909! a decrease \' person firm or corporation .to economy, and I believe can be trusted -
powers" for state health of percent.' The average'i! sell or offer for ,sale food for ,'onKumption to inaugurate a system for the
board to prevent sale of "quack rem- FINE STRAWBERRIES I yield of corn was. 11.2 bushels perl I in the raw state, or which LESSEN DRIVES 1 elimination of much needless expense
edies." acre in 111HI! sand 11.6 bushels in 1909. i I may be consumed without furtheri and for the accomplishment of much
More effective ,system of examination In 1909! 1: 9.5\H\ acne were in hay i| .cooking at any meat shop, butcher work. What we largely need is a
amt licensing of medical practi Special Efforts Will Be Used To I nnd forage, including 42.R11 acres in shop, market grocery store fruit <'i ]Plan To Eliminate Constant Plead- proper administration of the law
tioners. I stand other place where food already in existence, rather than too
torn cut for forage.: The total acreage any
e V Placimr of prohibition lawviola- Greatly Increase The Acreage j | in 1909! (not including corn cut is. exposed for sale, without having; I] ments Made Upon Business Men !many additional ones to cumber the

.. lions! within jurisdiction of circuit Planted In Strawberries for forage. ) was ,,4.7HI.< :! 1 such food securely screened) by wire j j.netting for Cash Contribution legislative program..: ____ I '
courtin counties. where courts, of There were I 17.525 acres in potatoes i ) with mesh sufficiently clo..j j
criminal "record have not been .' tah- Those who have met with success in 1919 as compared jvith 8,5091! ( to prevent the admission of A...". J Every hu.ineman, of Kissimmee
lished. in the cultivation of strawberries in acres in I&H9. representing an increase Section 15542.. of the revised: general t j i i is a victim of "the drive." There GRAND JURY NAMED'I I
-- -- ---- the vicinity of Kissimmee and in all of IOIi.0) percent ; and! 6.4m1I1'1'pl : ( statutes regarding the penalties for I i seems! to be a constant' demand made
' < MOST IMPORTANT SESSION sections of' Osceola county are a unit I < in sweet potatoes' in 1919 as''the non-performance establishing j i upon him for contributions for some
t \j. OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE'' in wishing I that the number of acres I against 21.y95; acies'! in 1909. There rrel'ns. reads: ]proposition. If he donates as requested WHEN COURT OPENS
devoted to the culture might be multiplied were (>0.!!:3X acres in other vegetables "Any person Him or corporation 't is taken as a matter of
Hy all means member, of the an hundred times -a: they I I I ,raised, for sale, including! 1 18.089 ac- 1 found guilty of violating any of the course and but little is .said; if he t
Chamber. of Commerce every: should be are firm in .the belief that with large I MCS, in tomatoes 1592 acres in celery (I! provisions, of Sections 2153: to 215fi, refuses lie in stigmatized as a "tight
: sent at tl.e muting to be held quantities| of the berries there would!j ;:?.(>l 14; acres in lettuce, 4.r>01 acres in inclusive, shall be deemed guilty of wad" and will lose Home patronage. FOR BELATED TERMCircuit
J. this pr., (w< fling "t the rooms of that 'ne- buyers from various sections of cabbage, and 8,522! : ; : acres in green I I a misdemeanor. and, upon conviction, Thai way of putting a stop to all this
the country come t6 this city for the beans.< !I -hull be lined not exceeding fifty dollars work is to have the city take chargeof
It 1 body.\ about There something is a plan which on foot will be tobring :purpose of handling the entire crop. Tobacco had, an average of 4,291 or punished by imprisonment such things. Open on Monday With Judge

of interest to resident of Kis During the past season there have i'i in 1919 as compared with 3,987 arcs' not exceeding; three months. Each There is at present in Kisnimme-. C. O. Andrew Presiding: Docket \ \
"immf'a project eveiy which must, be been but few A'row..rll-and the production II| in 1909. The production was 4.473- 'biy's I business. conducted, in violation a levy of three-fourths of one mill, Not An Extensive One
discussed in fair and impartial was hardly sufficient to I I ,A fmann'r a supply the home market. Each tiny'the ,'HOI pounds: in 1909 an increase of constitute'a separate offense." 1 but that levy is !insufficient to accomplish -
and the favorable outcome i I
; I merchants handling the crop I' 27.f! percent. '' There i iK a general .sentiment that more than a trifle along With a \light docket in both civil
will In- of general interest to this I Iop'necl
entire were" sold 1 nut at an early hour--foi, I I Ithe 2'''every means shall be taken to keep the lines desired. The matter of atw and criminal cases Judge Andrews
section. of the county. Every The IIl'rellef cotton was, 110.I f
vy berries were of extra-fine quality j / I foods in the best of I'onditicn-"nd e-flIII levy has been discussed to court on Mondav, and the following -
business man and woman should at-- i in 1919 as compared with 2G3.454 in I'
answered the :
; and too cf en therevere complaints ;i! 10 prevent contamination by flies a considerable extent -and there jurors
tend the m'etin-ev.'n though not 1909. decrease of 58.0 In
because. of the lack.\ But I Iwhat.should a percent. I land insects of all kind The state seems' to be no objection to such ac C C Arnold l C. W. Ashton.: Jc-n Tf. t
all shall be members< of that body. J 1919.! \! 19.538: hales of cotton and 9-
4" be e@tahlblwdlnKis (board of health is insistent that every Rarher R. O. Bowen Grant Bass
029 of cotton seed
I tons
were tion.A
OIL BELT MAY EXTEND simmee is a market of such mapni- |led in 1909.! 5,05fi; : hales of ProduC-j precautionshall be taken along: two-mill levy! would yield, under Edgar C. Bass, H. A. Cable, A. E.
M IU'!'" that daily shipments could be and; :32,528! !' tons of cotton the same lines. and the state officials present valuations, very close to $8.- fowger. George W. Davis, F. M. Ed-
4.1! INTO OSCEOLA COUNTY- made and localities. outside the state demand that every officer shall 400. The tax would he so small as rbs. E. I.. Fennell J. A. Lancaster,
should be the consumers.R. I From .20.413: acres in sugar; cane. be vigilent in the carrying out of the to be not noticed in the payment of M :M. :Miller. henry T. Newton, S. 5
A party of five Texas oil cap.tal- 1 H. Brdck. residing on :Mubtx-tle 179,573: tons were produced in 1909! i ias duties' devolving upon him. Before I taxes-and would force efcch! taxpayer W. Prather J. W. Thompson t.. H.
I its' have secured! leases upon 120.- street within the city limits, is a compared with 142f>17 tons from piocc-eding to make arrests in any to give a proportionate sum Tress, I,. C;. Tyndall. R. C. Barter,
4 OCO acres of land east and southeast 'grower of strawberries on a small I 12,928 aCM'1in 190fl. case of this nature the county prosecuting I towards making the city the .more T. N. Clark. P. J. Daley. W. E. Eu-
of Orlando upon which work will scale-yet the income derived from The production of oranges was 5- I attorney gives notice through progressive. and less pleading. Suchan banks, J, R. Groves sr., E. L. freen! t
commence in the near future lookingto his sales is interesting. He has a 930,422: boxes in 1919, as..compared tie press of what he is to do, and addition to the budget of Kissim Victor M. Hill. H. C Lightsey. F. H
the sinking of wells. The lease trifle less than one-tenth of an acre. with 4,852,967 boxes in 1909; and those who are negligent in immediately - mee would allow attention to be paidto Makinson, O. J. McDonald, Roy L.
carries the provisio that a certain His sales the past season have reached that of grapefruit was 3,158,431 complying with the law will the numerous project! which haveto Starbird, A, 1\. Story H. J. Schmidt
y number of wells must be drilled .every $85. Last season he derived $121 boxes in 191!), as against 1,061,537 have to pay the penalty. be eared for during the year-and The first eighteen named above con-
.six months.A . from the same piece of ground, but j j boxes in 1909. provl..ionfor supplying funds to stitute, the grand jury for the term.-"
portion of the land includes the during the past season alack of rain Lakeland has learned that Osceola certain laudable objects would be in A special venire was. drawn to
a John McCollough tract from which hurt his crop--and he has no means It is the store that is neat and county and Brevard county, as wellas the hands of those thoroughly con- complete the needed\ jurors. These
its owner has bottled gas found esC of irrigation. During the next sea clean, with goods properly exhibited, : the Kissimmee Concert Band, are versant with all conditions.If men were John R. Bronson. J. E.
taping from pits'!, specimens of son he will set his two adjoining lots' and with clean scales and counters, all on the map-and located in a- section this levy shall be made by Kis- Bronson, J. E. Bowen Percy Cromar-
which when brought to Orlando I tr berries making about three-tenths that gets the trade from the general of the state which needs some simmee at opce.-following out theContinued tie H. H. Hudson, J. J. McCr ni ,
burn-1 as natural gns. (Continued on rage Four) I Jj public. "rod-flxinjr." ( from Page Pour) Dan Smith, and Floyd Tyson..Y j


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IICJIzere'cMore- FORMER 4SEDATENESS' IS BITTEN BY RATTLER .where It may be found growing most
'I i _____ luxuriantly. Those having: u doubt 1
Worried : last! :>f the:'excellence of the. production ,
by frantic? expressions of'< While playing in thefarape(
than. Flavor the speakers qt "the tent' on Brock Saturday at Lon f'wood, Seminol.! may ''call and look over the showing;
tract, and annoyed by tho late hour! county the thifteen-yearsM daughter .-as the owner of the place will! be ,

..*- which .Jho' ,, uri!!Ijdous" meetings;! of Mr. and Mrs Charles Durkman -, pleased) to show it-to i all copara.

{r '. foods while continued.. : nearly a ..corc.oC.'red., wan fanned on 'the foot by 8 STATE' BOARD OF HEALTH LUC
I Many pleasing" -* dents in' that vicinity signed a pile) rattler1'At: : first the' girl thought the ,
,. :! contain tlon asking that! the occupants at: sharp twinge :wan a' plight hurt, but' .HAS MADE GOOD RECORD .
,;\ taste )Jlfa/' be reijuot'led to locate In KOIIII immediately her leg:. began to swell STRIKE
,; but little 'nqurishment.GrapeNuts. j other Kpoteither within or without and she hurried into the house. A J.lemonBtrRtin---ti a maiked efficiency
I the citw conlinesand .Tu3S'itv} tourniquet was at once administered with which! the State Board of -
the petition was presented to Mayo> It'( the legs and physicians was .ummoncd. Health has been conducted and the
I III.J K. May. ..('his was the first o'flV- An examination of the Brar great result in health conservationthat
: I t-11I1 notice that official has receive! ,lUKe showed the presence ofa rat have born attained under the
I 1'", iraidi.ii, the proposition, and he at< I ;.lesnake with two rattles and a but- administration of Joe I I.. Karinan,. a
| once' decided to take action. I I ton, and the reptile was promptly Kd. M. Ernest nni| J. E. Craves and =
I I .The mayor interviewed the part les \J killed.! The victim was placed In a through the active'upervi of Dr.

-- I i-oniliK-tin. t the u'ntlI1ttt'llnll'a.( amt i hospital, nnd is now improving Ralph N, Greene. state health officer
combines with its rich sweet I.\pl.lined hat I their performance' Th Uuikmans) formerly! were residents j the annual forwarded board CigaretteTo
had Bern tnl<.rahd merely (M'cauKe il of Kissimmee but Mr. Durk- Ito the legislature through\ .
flavor the full nutrimentof was expected thev would temain, irKisummee Mian inow" employed in the pull of. Governor Cary A, Hardee. sets forth '
I hit: n brief time He bold: 'he Seminole Crate Companj in detail facts and figures( which .. .
and malted
wheat bailey: -- being a realization to the ,
t them that immediate! action upon public prcncrally delicious Burley
which makes it an ideal food. their pith was needed, and' they FINANCIAL RECEIPTS 'i that to conscientiously keep tobacco flavor. '
agreed to depart in peace if they HIGHLY APPRECIATED politics from this branch of state
It has been the favorite could I le allowed four 'tights, more' medical service will always redound
c':I' the .'c'titc-rtainment Rather than 'The Mothers-Teachers Club ex- to the greatest good. '
ready-to-eat cereal fora j he to the trouble of removing them II..tS soon to commence the work of Upon taking ,0\ el' the duties of Ilt's'Toasti
of 1 Major: :Maj' iie-cc'i't'd,! to the reijiie-t nnpiOMiiir the( federal lot-as- well ae! Mate health officer from his predeccstor. -
Quarter: a centug'"CJheres = hilt made it plain they must keep the small !park near the railway station 0,.. Greene was! sciiuuslv
their agreement The work will be carried! on by 'handicapped by the fact that this.
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I It is understood the eiowd wilt K".I I the t' ivie department-of which Mrs portion of the .state's exchequer wa, < > ; .: ,
(I. I'ampa If the city ) Monison is. chairman. was badly in debt to such an extent, I
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= aReasonMade : 'lion i i K wise m that: The members of the club arc most! that many desire 1 health measjies ,
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== -- r I will gist the-m I the -'- \ 'I Kialeful to :Mrs. bat id Hclson. who I could not' at that time her I placed in -1'
If'itv ;md' tell them, to I gave so completely of her time and force; also that the oi'Kani/.ation was suit of the work cf the plate board
energy nnd talent to stage the delightful disorganized _o badly that time alone of health, and eif which \'I-I'Y r'loiulian '-
by II SAINT CLOUD FORMS A I II must 'al comedy. "rrmcc-js could place if where-the: new offiiiuli. should bq l proud;

-w-; ;- Postum Cereal Company, Inc. ,CHAMBER OF COMMERCE : ( 'hr.VHanthcinuin.. al the ( a"i ui. To could secure the results hoped for. 'I'he high rating of the bureau by t
I I In" i and the entire cast the Mother" I HUI'lntill'/ tenure of office of )| r the federal piddle he-alt h service i .
......." :::;' Battle Creek, Michigan. | Th.I ''JIt.linjnar,1"J', taken. I la.
_........... ..... .."" - I, 'q at Saint Cloud t ,. 1"1 l fee i I .1 i sun.ei.e appieiiation' for this pleasintri : I'ns e\pen ( 'I:amliei' of ('omineici wen. Prompt i'nl"'lninnll'nl and the s1)h-[aIi work in I the state some $:!OO.OOO) ) oi,.' -
!-.A FOOD 1\ tolliwid up on :MnndiI'vinmt.' .' .,I (mam I"I! reieipts Mate: niuiiein' addition, to $:JOO,000( I Florida waM'((nnd state to pa-n ..t"nrt0rlug
..-- ":.-::."'::".::::: "- I .-hen a (implement ol ofliiels wi" elevied nusn: : J. riUPI'! mole ieali/ed, fiim the po\c-i! iinienl\ I j I pool' I statute
__ Itco"OMv: ( I, and, the* nu "' ...1\1. I! Club Pi-sicient old othei outs. di,. l iisouues.' and in/ I Iii,, Ida '\'''- alert to need of Clay

::.:--=-: :::.:-....,.. .. .rat| "llld to gnit: 10" -l/e; prupurt' ,loll 1 1I ------- slate of the eiinmou.s iimount( or | ,linir tiiui ,ist-, ,
-- ..-' .. 11l.i lo' /e'liliiiisneHs, ,, and. 111\.I sly. Notice To The Public ;1I rl. ,iloiu j and) "iisnlts obtained) : al |, loiida I is \\1Ij.1I11 um' of tin big
-- -..:..'- ;I o' I he i iliinAt -. I i ."Ii j terra. : tvpn-r| then i- till a i iI M""I anti malinial. tight -' 'm theIotintrv.

thi. layout meeting theionidi'| I ;01"; 'iis herebj iri\ cn II',t' I will, I l'on;.soine I al'ime on hand: l fur use '. f
I I ''Hi .d f the l loMci I of (Illinoish'tw. nut In m' any' WilY responsible 'mam I "t, tlu neutati h..llh ...flu"1h... I hirida 'n.pod.ItIII t the. iyiris"I
I tin' lolhiwinir' : 'hrs"II.t"f.1), debtothc'' ohlifr! "itionI'MII'! i \ '- i 'ell) I-. appntnicil bthe. yi,\ einoisonu , the staleOpinions
.. I ti'in' Ih', month 1 110' ( ) \ o1| Il.Itat.. board of
< lot : ]H.e\ \\ M: I ,ll'ldl-, \ ic id t liMlniidina( I :MsitcrI I ; driine'siMnt ;
'. 'I. nl' Walt ,'I i \i 'iiu.siuiilh' l -," 'I hi- \niil! '., I it'i! : I. : ..e-iirneil to end pinati I'I'I i iiiii'lci Melts. ale .utipte'd. without, iUCMxll|' ;
Your .MM. .1.I .1.I Johnston.. fipasuiI , 1 17 lt\, I. O I\Ssl1 KUthe I 1 nf hi pi.."(,-.1011 in .lac.k 'in w'r,-hntgton.'
Batteiry I I li( -i. idhiials., tiifrtlhei, withI I KI i iI jI i.rr\iii., | -----
I \111.' (d; .t. Mi I I will to m i the hoard ot dii t /haJIIIHMI: ' ) I.-1: inio I'',. lo i-. ".J,, > fn> the iiieuiial" and sot, g cal A womanlumld! IMOW ,mole" beau
Demands R'CQppnl i'1"1, Ih. same meeMinir th I II' "<"iI - - aii, ..I' Ihi Indian-lit p .i appointed, a iiimmlttiit to piipan 1 PERTAINING TO CHURCHES l in "aiiuuiit of (thenlieimr. with due' reg8ld l In baths. diet! ami*
,I 1 a i'niisl' it ,ill"l1 and I li\'.)Ian \'i\ t Itt frt ho-pilal-, in I Ih.ndi, ,, .vr'I-e. ' ,and. li\, l\ hit. 11\ I'"
t.hull,, still||| be: pr,-..Iltrd al the, mi i I II. Christian Church I'll-, lll-titnt" 1 ' could take. ear. ol and bowels in gaud' woikntf older
Attention I., wliuli "ill In bald in t the loumdbaiiiin , 'htubi,"null--! laiuei anti Orbs If vou .lie1 li.ik'irmil andellow. \ou.
.i next :Jluiiii\ rot IllllJ IeW! II. ( .ol."an.1""C'. ,ptnbl.nIlnt.. I.H.tI'l( I tin( -tali, .. andletflljtir I ,i.\ es I..-II''I; then) Instil and, wlute-

'(1'1 hi, ill/ens" aii, lapidK awak'iinij \ I 10 oil a m Sundae s-hool I I >n lr.l-tin's, (tll lemidx, I tin )hei oiiimelloAish.,,, , your fle"h I,'h
; in the neci-sil\' Im a, ,lOmnici' ]IItiu 1 : a, m, Sermon "'vi-tli, L' fond I tom t \ 'it iiuij hi line lo indigestion' or
'nil body obits will be lomposed' olIM 7 ::$:,11 {1rat. SeTinon l II'' j din I .,ne ill- attention, 1 to -.1111|, I IL'i to -11IjI'I.h hurl i ( I'hamb"llalll'
I ..1") ( 'st ,seraph' and will imdeil.iki, A wi.(come for e'Crybodrspr I point. which ;t.ind out .(- a''n I'liblets eonci-t thi'sedi'I'OIiier.Manhattan -

i I. |n..ii'ni.le all thing'heh\ ,, hull I I.t I. I lalh. fl rting.'Is. t' .
car owner keeps I valtii to the tnuttteIltlly. .:-: -:-;.;-;-;-;.< :-;-; <-----.X-.c.; ->-M- >< < -.o.: **< >>>*<">*<-<-<
THE full of water-hit crank case -- St. John's ( Episcopal) Church '
\ till pul liver ms'iis ,111 uMrhaiiluid ..' J
of oil-his tank full of gasoline. with llerbine Its bi netits ale mi j I Rev I I.. II. Kirkby. Rector

These are things that he can SEE. mcdiatelv] app.iie-nt" I'neijjy: taki.s
the til.ui'] of lurinei.s, appe-tlte, r- lord :Sunday after I:ate.luOO '. l..1

1 You can't see your STORAGE BATTERYyou I urn,.. and the hour of "lest luiiijrwith : a. m. Church, school
it sound itfreshinsleep., ] I'lic- I 111:1111: ) :I. m. -Dmne worsh'p an
can't immediately detect when it needs tiOi.Sold:; \b.Hobei.,son's. I'h.irmai'N. 1 1I S'II".II bj' the pastor. :Subject: ; : "Ha- Open Under New ManagementJ
eatioD-but it is I II I.,'isiii't \'1'1011.11 ." "
just important
as as HAVE D. NEWBY. Jr.
I WE'LL OUR DOCTORS 7 ::\ p. III. -Et nna; p. ..) er and
water in the radiator, oil in the crank case SAYS THE HEALTH CLUB Moisjnp Sermon subject : "CnVen* .
or gaaolu(1. the tank. I nf \uIt"1'1 ( 'ity."
I A general! invitation. l., '''It.,' di'd MENU FOR SL\D\V APRIL I 17Sal.
I Pool new' lumit.I were taken mto .
Don't neglect your hutttr) It JIIiSI'havrfrequent ; I the I Health flub at the meeting - -- - I cult .id; (Shaken, I'".; ;.Mufche'd White 1'oUiloe.s, ; ( 'Hme-d

attentionIt, should h* TKHTEH ( held ut the Ilart :Memorial on Meuda Joyful Family) Reunion I I0 :l. 1 Po>:t.: crimp Salad Kit-ad and Hutlei;; lie ('I earn and Cakeoffee .
and FILLED WITII DISTILLED WATER: .\. e\eii'nyf. when then wash a yfooii.tundanii '
l ( lied, ('lea.
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lit IraM fifteen Just WATER ;
every day. ; '. .\" :Mi",. :S.; J5. Aultmali.
won't do. It muM b* DISTILLED> WATER. Ill,sid.nt i- ..up.'rinl"mlelll of the "1 \\ lit lily bi'other*, a bislei as i t +*
You run quirk! and abxulutrl destroy % I'. 'I'. I I'. the heme( ( fof imialiramatina ,....11 as lIly 'i"f have bien ilioniuffrrers (. I Th' "ill hi the linn. ) ilmin-i to I be- gaited at the low price of
from stomach indirc
the the two soiietifa1' nownliinned gas in t tilts tin. plan being muuuiiiutcd meiel.fin. ,' an mtioductlonloi / e
even most expensive battery by :NEG ,lion, pain in eight side near appendix '
1+ LECT. Let ux save you thin cxpeniir. Ware > I will] not .be dittuiillal. )[ and liver trouble for main I 1'1..t: jJl10llt. Ivatit ni bsIC o'eloek Satuidiu' evening
though it will not henecesai \ that
equipped to five your hatU-ry the attention :My sister, tried Mayr'b Wonderful I
it DEMANDS.bupfer I members of the one shall he niem- years
I with .uch. good 'results
I IHI-S cf the othei.WrH. '. I Remedy / i DAKIN AVENUE PHONE 221Regular
\ :M. A. Clark wcretarv of the : that we all took a course "of it s'G4twWfr6Q0 i \.
health' club hays: "A final) a-lnm- I II und it, helped in each case. Last Sfi >0090gI0+:?(M 44": J' 6
Sunday: we* had a family reunion in
glen fee is charirei) (to rover pxpenFt ;
I We tto. work liarnionious- Lolebration: of our recovery and 1BIRD'S
expoc ) "
what all did eat. It is a simple,
6PrqtKer we
!I.-, and! me hopinir for I the e-o-ripi-rn-
011' of the best pmple' } m the tits harmless preparation that remove-
feu, be-Uir; health for, ,old and, v 'mnii : the. o'llIrrhul'mu'u, from the ii'le-
OVERLANt) AND COLUMBIA CARS i \\ Hi', I .'lIdY'1I1 the 1.1\- I r hash, ""." 11'act and I allu\s the mrlamma ROOFS
lion whnh anses: pi..ctu'all\ all .Son
enbuolIani '
lood) i Ii I me nt '. fniK-i| ( -
nth, t trouble, liver and! inte-tm.e1! aiinents I
PHONE 136 KISSIMMEE FLA. I feud.and tiinir. In leaiti' tn krtylI. '
\ i.JI! all ..if whii, ''i I laiid.ibli I'' wi inehidmir, anpendicitis I. Ollt''I'I
-I1'" ,Illil (glI: t -.j k ter wmild,, "i,lid,, foi' lose will': ,mince or n onev, .. \ / ,
rage 'it cm' good. ductur- rat .1.I /: IJobi i sun, and l drtIi'gISt' "Y""Y'I
I ha\e. alwny.s done.' ivheie
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1 1I 1I 'I maiiiaue .market.. I i- "ling" upi palely fur the t-aki\ of an c-\n"ii !
i lii',' KnaliU'. and. I In. '' ."- "'In<.' i"ml W, :'01. iallatfher', residing at I .
-- amuiii t the ,,,'.or'h.and I.o\i- ',talii;o il'l! ( 'lay tent I i i- making a likediownn
out us hI mol mj'h' a s ur" .11,1.g'h"' ; in hn yard of red clovi r L1 11 r as, ftl
'IC.n, an IIPI.I'OlldHIlj autdiiKilii'' .:. At -e me ol/ \\lnili !. in full! Iti.."-( "> ._ a' ( )
I II I the Oseeola ,imnitv, '.01l1.11a,.,i-e the t ''bile' ] sdine' of the bloom are 'apidlvr ,
I .,'n toced The showings: have
!' Missing notali""' anfounj. ;
I I iccn-e issued, ,,, ,on Friday. Apiil K.--. been viewed by large numbeti.--ar.d i r
John .1.I of I hen aie many who are delighted to i
to IV-ai h. Cjuitman. eo"-i
Punt foe, and' find one of the old- |I I t
gig. all I I'.ul.i: (;iiHVes" of ( ,aniplx'll.l.mii .
I I I -. i issued on Thursdnpril line "four-loaf clovers" which have |,
17. to Healy Smith, of Tampa, and ht en told of .in !song and MOr)'. t tMr ,
I -+ i Kllelj Douglas, of lh ]laude. ("eiv- and Mis.: Call.'chcr; have been (
tiioiirforined, bMiss: Kathleen oninifT (to Kissimmee from their
Rem lI'II. ham. in I Majton. Pennsylvania for Roofs for Regular Men

I I.; r"Use I isiued! on Thursday, April the (pas. three years--and declare
II I etc 1 is no spot in all the world so
7. to William. Robbins and Susie 1,a-
,1,11'r. huts of Kathleen. Ceiem }l1\' ,, jleasunt in which to spend the sea- YOU want a regular roof for your house,

'1It'rfOl'nll'cI bj :Miss Kathleen, Mcardenliiense ant Two >ears ago Mr. Gallagher garage bungalow cottage, barn or factory 4
sowed little clover seed in his urd
l issued. on Satiirdax. : April' a >
pl. to AAii.1, )Davidson and Aluttie'' feeling sure that if it thrived and we've got that roof.
their, could .be brought ahout the cultivation
I 1.. Mutton both of Aahtell.PROLETARIAN '
Many of our expert Housekeepers have '- of large acreages-whichwould Bird's Roofs will make good for you just as

F learned the value of the wonderful I PARSLEY J j' fiermei\ litto and itock-jrrowers the; advantage of of the the they have made good for( thousands of others,

._a PULLED FORPAYMENT'j jHoseoc made (for
11 ountj and just as they have good us.
I -;: From the small sowing the clover! v
Taisk-y pioiniiiuntly identified larger territory We Bird's Roofs ill make good for -
HOOSIER with III''o."t conspiracy, i ase | has spread ovc-r a say / :

1, t .*.*KJU MntoMn.IJIgI' r..... ", 'h...Lap.I in federal. court, in which he in l'om-I you because we know from long cxpeucncc;
I nuiiv with others "11', ehurfred/! ,lha
that last (for and and that
they years years
\iii ; miispiicd, against the ""st-i .
i,1 It .is one of the most valuable devices to save m'siicss, at Avon 1'urk and who on I j folks who own them like their looks and .
the witness, stand told of having Il1i- I
t 1 steps, and lighten the toil of our wives. ,'it re"lion"'ith] the postmistiess, is l honest wear so much that they are eager to

"",1' mme ,in the linuliffht having i ibeIMI tell their friends what big value they are.

4 Glad to show their merit to interested! parties. :.niested Sund.ibv a deputy if .- - .-
."ill luiitf: \\' ill 1'. :Sp.0ier'ofllei; Whether you need Bird's Paroid Bird's Art-

on tw{"> obtained.iharircs propeit\criliiffinir!' "and him iiedit av .ithhiiMii I --- Craft (tile or shingle design). Bird's Plain 4
t While in our store we will, he jL'lua to tell you ink'l false pie te'll-us. | A NERVOUS WOMAN Slate Surfaced Bird's Granitized Roofings, '
,! TIlt'11'1'11111' AIM' 01.1) tamed l.U i). I
about our big line of Furniture and r. :MciiitKomei, )'. and anin u'fenmoti Hunl..rRvllle.V.. Va-After I got or Bird's Twin Shingles we can prove that

J House Furnishings.! ': the* purchase1 ot HII autonndnle, I over Ilio influenza last' spring I was in the long run Bird's Roofs cost little for
/ ,.i iI I to have been. in.e-li; b\'" 1'." "Iii' all run down and Buffered from tune
\ I'ar-ley! was rele>iiseil 1 uncle l t tweil Uouul disturbances I iufferrd with the service they give.
""p Osceola Hardware CompanyThe bonus, of "iOO;; ( ( earl Tamp: I'IIPC/ I bearing pains and was so nervous I
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; i -- I felt as If I would KO to plroe My GIRD SON.IM. (CE.ukU.KW 1711) WaJp.lor.
Where Ii Cap's "Home?" i breath was so short that I could not
" *' for Sale
I I .1 walk up bill at all or hardly walk upstairs By
-- - - iiptam 1'll1yJ"hn""n and o. ('. .
------ Having; used Dr. Plerce'i FaTorltn

mild cathartic ttion ,of Il..rbine I lal.H.t"- Minds: of Alaska liubeen \.. I :Mcl.ame. letinneel 'I'uesdaaftei noon Prescription! with rood reiultK W. B. Makinson
d, ill well liked by ladi('". It purls found to l>tlull in jyold after uveriil days ppent with theirfaniilis ,' When I rime Into womanhood, I decided I Company
the system without griping/ or ,, ---.- - - ; i at hissimiiu-e Ok"'I"I..e" (to try It npuln I have taken 4T
sickening the stomach. Price, I>0c. I'lii-ri' ale only livtXM'en100(1, ( "nd"h..1' I :Now; s three hot Ilrs J i d im feeling fln ."- l Phone 123 KISSIMMEE 308
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.* MRS, : J. lJlJ lH.I' : .
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Robertton'H of
f Sold by Phairnacy. mixed bnt.'ds in ..liipanTi" Try a classified in The Gazette tf

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Carpenter and Builder By THORN ;, : 1 1I .

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'- --- I NEEDS FINANCIAL HELP If You Know How To Boost

i Boats aid Launches Built to Order There i. difference between a I Ii "
.....0.-- i kicker and a, knocker-a KreaJ. b'K. 1 Reports from the Agricultural! Experiment -
double-breaaled din A kicker I Station at Gainesville show

116Vernoa, Avenue Kin IDmee grumble over" .none existing con- 'J"J"I that the force of -Ssearch! men there DO IT NOW KEEP IT UP
dilion-but alwkytt has a remedy \ has been greatly depleted by lack of -

for it; at leant, he ban a theory. I adequate funds to carry on the work.
A knocker cavotH over condition Among; those .who have left during
I.. or against a locality J>ut he bas recent months to accept letter paying -

ON YOUR WAY NORTH STOP oo substitute to offer' -no solution 'I positions elsewhere were Dean If You Don't Know How To Boost
of betterment. A knorker ban li f P. H. -Rolfs, Bayard 1<'. Floyd and II. ,
IN JACKSONVILLE nothing neither brain. nor, I Imor. I E, Stevens.
THE HOTEL WINDLEUnder ..'. the pity, 'tnll ne-t. I IiI At the present. time there are only

._ __ .. I five men on the research staff three
the name management and -- - of whom have been in Florida; leap TAKE LESSONS -JOIN THE CROWD
at the same reasonable rates. A riling Awajt.lpfttini Iu..ineiis. than one year. At one time there
request for reservation! will POSITIVELY The chief cause of thin new fad of were eleven men doing research .
assure you a room. sleeping sickness is caused primarily work at the experiment station.
Strictly modern, steam heat cafe; from an inordinate d"IIlreo getaway Florida stands in greater need of
close to everything.ASK I from work. extensive agricultural experimentwork "

TILE:. TRAVELING PUBLIC than any othor state by reason Your Prosperity, our Prosperity, the Prosperity of -
When They Called NnmexPresident of her varied soil and climate !Statesto .
HOTEL WINDLE Harding in a Pi Delta the north can apply with more accuracy the entire community, lies in the completion of Ihe'

JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA Epailon. That'll official. TroJ1l presume it IH Greek for Home of states. Florida must very KISSIMM-SAINT[[ CLOUD-MELBOURNE[ CROSS-STATE HIGHWAY
the things I heard him railed duringthe largely work out her own problems.

last national*. *campaign.. Yuxsum. 'hive I There are wealth a number of crops which The Magnificent Bridge crossing the Indian river is practically com
great producing )possibilities .
FOR SALE Too Mush Free' Publicity but little is known about their pleted. When the draw shall open and close fat the first/ time it will do
Nearly every paper in the state food methodsof
plant requirements and
so at a cost of more thin $100,000- that is what the
has been giving a forty-six lino reading cultivation. The agricultural experiment one man.' man at

House notice to tne man who fur fouryear's station should have ample the 'head of INDIALANTIC-BY-THE-SEA. has spent in order to make that

govunor's' made an chair ass of at himself the funds with which to information carry on such charming resort the more conveniently reached. Think of that! Then view
work and to furnish regarding -
and Two Lots 1 "What fools we mortals fie!" results ..,l.Representative !. the proposition -and you will be the more of a Booster than ever.
*. *. of the livestock
., I \ ..<> 11'holil t'nsophiitticated and agricultural *orR' iratiorv in the I SURELY THE UNITED EFFORTS OF ALL THE BOOSTERS OF]

1 The Saint Petersburg Times tells stale have recommended lh.- ;bu'lm-t THESE THRIVING AND OPTIMISTIC COMMUNITIES WILL BRING
AT 407 VINE STREET of a "green turtle" that towed a which has been prepared, the
boatload of sportsmen -U'verul miles hoard of control for consideration bv ABOUT TIlE COMPLETION OF THE FEW UNFINISHED MILES OF

Apply Corner Stewart and VeronaWarming before it broke away Surely that the present legislature. HIGHWAY CONNECTING THE WONDERFUL INTERIOR WITH THE
tortuiae must have liven mighty
"green" to have done all that work As clear as I the purest water is BEAUTIES AND PLEASURES TO BE FOUND AT

1 f lor nothing! Liquid Borozone, yet it is the most

if." 4e| powerful healing remedy for flesh I I INDIALANTIC BEACH - YOUftTUTURLPLAYGROUND] [
Surprising Health (Condition ,wounds, sores, burns and scalds I that I I
I In mentioning a sudden death the i medical science h:1I1t'r produced.Try . (
Lakeland'! Advertiser thus tersely it. Price :iOe, (!0c and $J.O:! Irs MONEY IN YOUR POCKET TO iTO
,r Y puts it : Sold I by Robernon's. Pharmacy. **
i He had been m ill health
I'I for a Ion>!, time, hut his death Reason-Merely Reason
was tnfirely! i unexpecttNi. as i
t Inhad been apparent) n Editor of The) Ca/ette; :
I liis usual' health.That's I The cell:1 structure of the 'body is
more intelligent than so-called dietitians I ,
what Iull health
J I conditions. or professors. The body is
relief for | #: *. composed of. cell l*. Each of these inn INDIALANTIC SALES COMPANYSales
healthy !body calls through the I
i j ll iv. Names: Ho Change. appetite
rheumatic aches.
How many ran rtrnvmtier when for food. The blood carries

HE's just used Sloan' { girls wore christened/ 1 with what are : that fool to the various cells, farreconstruction 1
for'eI" needed. Managers: Kissimmee Salesmen
and the quick i now termed "old-fashioned" names' or :
comfort had brought a smile I Not aiiaya \ve never hear' of a Candunrr Th waste is carried out of the carried laxly VERNON D. HAVENS R. P. WHITE

of pleasure to his face. or u Chsirity, or a Huldah or as intelligently as food is HENRY O. HART
through the body. All excess of foodis
Good for aches resulting 1'II Phot-be, or a Hope. or a Deborah.lor .
r' from weather exposure, u Faith, or H Hannah, or a Harriet carried out. The functions! of the
e sprains, lit rain II. lame back, or nn Abigail, or un Ann- organs and parts of the body arc always -
overworked muscles. Penrtralfs noxsir' I'm saying we don't. g-oing." We have glycogen and WITH H. M. BREAKER REALTY COMPANY
f 70. without} rubbing. All I oxygen constantly at work in thebody

1160 druggists have it. ,, Thoroughly .XbsentmindedSpeaking to keep the organs going. A Telephone 230 KISSIMMEE 115 Broadway :
of remembering how portion of the body a part of thetime
is. under tho influence of th1
SloanS manrecall that woninn yearago S
who was ii splendid ,'took and could will-voluntary action; a portion of
I the is not under the influenceof
body I
to lot
pars perfection.Aft'r a
iniment the will-involuntary action. Man
of work done on her mouth hy a
; ilentist., .it wasaiil "J.! used tn take knows through his Clod-given sensewhat
to choose to eat all, nearlyall
her ; or t
.I t
"uppers" and < the
p-- r'mp I , food for man's digestion is l hitter -
eilpes all her ipnie! !piec- an" them
to. eat cooked than when rdwi
j pie* sure did look mighty( !) fiwj
I. Society must continue to be divided -
:1 j: >:t :J> 'I
I WE MOVE THE! EARTH I into intelligent banker
I ThntVa", .\ll KichlIllcause parts. The
Or Anything On Top The, Earth his mother: .wouldn't) 1 hurry the lawyer, the doctor, the farmer -
t' the minister, the housewife the
u un the breakfast so he could'gel out
YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS of the ,housi and, pia.I! .I|)IIIJ') Kermit husband-each must do his or her
r]Krown eleven M"of" wrrk intelligently. Our medical colleges -
I I'CntiaC
I : years ,
Or Anything That Can Be Moved :Michigan\ killed himself ,\with> ILJ."Un- are the best in the world. Our t

I'hotV II. what of it ? I've,, eaten lawyers are the best' in the world. !

Get I our price before..hating( your one ur two fif thoxi"hurry" up' Our ministers are the' ,best in the
woil.I.: schools. last inter
hauling done. : loeakfaS3.-anal. bv heck, ) 4'I' likidn .- 1 Our are the
I world. (Our and univeritic
j. IIL' mM aKerm; cli'l s what'ihe i colleges" -
''lilf> I before'. ,1.1' .il'tes,I'' - arc the host in the. world.\ Kvi -
W. H. JONES TRANSFER COMPANY ::= \ man: and woman iihett'r( \>/ff by
: I having a Hegree Quackwill. not; LUMBERt
PHONE SI-3 ( oa-tqurntiiil-If| ( orn-rt
change the minds of the people 'in
or L.*iQ9 OrJmr at Ojceo/a Hardware Co I St\' ml ld'crtsen'nt) ::> I the Iris ttii'inatters.
on Tribune:
WomenV .h'""-en : r. reduced : _
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I I une-half for i"!learnn.e. AUTOMOBILE MEASURES
I'm not perci.-ely, sure II" tn the'details :
; of tile al1n"IJIH"'nH'nI.ut if TO BE HARD PUSHED IN I

: I : what theyay is. goin to occur you FLORIDA LEGISLATURE
FIXING FORDSThat's may take my word for it there'll I liesome
; d1t I'an'e. How far is! Cocoa The !legislative committee of I the
from. here, anyway. Florida State. Automobile i) Association -
*I tic (consisting .1. G.! Yates, Tam-

'I Tale From A Wop na; R. E. Jrable, Orlando; (1. U.;
Charles Ware, !I/eesburg; and t the attorneyfor
I E. llakerpayahologistanda rl
this committee, Judge I D. Stuart .
self-proclaimed expert in kissing
Our Specialty |I in telling young women they must Giles, former assistant attorney general
kis1no man adds: "Girls, do youwlsh has decided these important -
!:, me to tell you H secret ? Well.jit's measures shall be worked for in the AND r
Of Course, We Do All Varieties of this: ufter a man hag kissed a present I legislature: -
.. ''girl I he doj-sn't' want "her." Isn't Baker 1. Highway; Protection Bill, which S

Automobile Work And We Do It th' bill ygoollt !boob? The degree seeks to protect the highways from

I II I Hof "want" is merely J graded: by theIvle solid tires and overloads.
:1.! Regulation (and protecting)
1"1 of kissing" he Bets m return
Right I
/ in the experience, "she" shows at passenger
:P:. New weight system of licensing PINE
the performance. times in ten ;
when u man kisses a woman once he ,, ; all motor vehicles, calling for a
desires i to put in a "repeat" ord'r I tremendous increase in state revenue -
Eddie HansellNo. Yassuni. which elm be used for the purpose Y
.j I
*" of meeting federal aid, and constructing -
18 Emmett Street a system' of state high.
Menre Becoming "Sissies"Mo.t

men are willing to appear I ways.I. Bill which will fix the value of Cypress Lath-and Cypress Shingles
I('just about the same wav that Naturemade improvements, in condemnation proceedings -
YOU Run-down Weak?
Are the their
: I visible portions of as well as liabilities, incases

Birmingham.; Ala.-"Ur. Plerce's j I i anatomy. They like to have thewomen of highway building. Delivered at door at Wholesale
folks dolled if the
I -- wom- your
Golden Medical Discovery Is the I I 5. Abolishing entirely the use .ofdealer's .
en folks wish to be-but the'days
bent builder tonic I have and 'I of the "dllllyingdud...." many (0. The license use of plates one license on any plate cars. to Prices in Any Quantity.0Make
I I years ago man has but little in the '" ,
be the of
ever known 1 displayed on rear machine
way of embellishment. But thingsare instead! of old
was In a rundown > n
the words of
now 'hllnlClIIe-if
condition and when weak a proprietor of a man's beauty shop These-plate and system.a number of other bills inquiries and obtain pricesof
aie to he taken for truth. SidneyBrooks
I started to take will be heard! from according to P.
1 k' the 'Discovery'' i, of the Waldorf-Astoriu K. Van ValkenBurgh, secretary of
I sad that flrt |benuty parlors says that men are the Florida State Automobile\ Asso our agents tOSCEOLAHARDWARE
hi bottle so I|!i rouging their faces, using lipsticks, ciation. He states that ardent mem-
strengthened me I shaving' their eyebrows. "perman l hers of this organization as well aj!
ently" waving their hair wearing the legislative committee have been
that 1 kept on I I COMPANY
corsets. carrying lace handkerchiefs, -
with It until Itt working hard for a year to prepare I
"pinking" their ear lobes, and beading -
had taken three certain changes, which it i is hOIl'dwill
bottles, and then their _eye lashes.Gracious materialize in the legislature!
mr beaU was heavens! Has it come to now in session. I i.ssi4XX1XX1ee: : Florida: : ;
this ? And they are also, covering
absolutely perfect. I never' hesitate Under the automobile associa'ionplan ir
a moment In recommending Dr.Plerce's their mugs with'a sort of pastry of licensing at so much per r
ointment that fills in the wrinkles
Golden Medical Discovery as hundredweight there would accrueto I
..... what painters of houses call a "fil
the best of tonics"-MRS. the state from this source approximately -
ANNIE DIAL. No 2609 Tompkins ler." G feat Ceasar's ghost! And $2,000,000 per year and! in

Avenue North. All drugfUts.! those "faddists still call themselves"men. meeting federal aid and otherwise Co. r
Remember that ancient
wpuld permit of a most ambitions Everglade Cypress
S -
verse which ran something like this: state road-buildin r plan, which will
T I In the Tower of London is kept "A dandy is a thing who would enable Florida ii. a few years, to
the golden ampulla, or anointing sup, "Be a woman if he could: rank with the best.
made for the coronation of Charles "But as he can't doe all he can t 1'
r III. "To show the world he's not a man." Children who have worms are pale
So far it's not been insinuated the sickly and peevish. A dose or two of LoughmE: cI ., Florida: '
.... Cup-shaped oil reservoirs !in the men are taking up the camisole 'White's Cream Vermifuge will clear ,..
rr end of each leaf afford continuous habit, or wearing on 'em, them out and restore rosy cheeks .
tnbrication! to a new automobile but those will probably come next. and cheerful spirits. Price, 35c. Sold) ;
spring. I I Yassum. by Roberson's ** "f'f '
'Ii .. __ Pharmacy
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FOUR '" mt ii: 'HM.Mtc'v. o.'Y: li 2LIF( "> ,n Y. PRIES': '. 1921, '.. .. ..

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Lul; question filled the minds of f .those who had followc.4 :ilii! trfa ,

'. Published Every FridayBy and evidence in the Georgia negro murder cases: as to the'fnLtog' of the I

KiuimiDM Valley.Gazette Company, Kutimmee, Florida jury- "Guilty as charged.- John S. Williams, accused of being the intd of -\ ,...

... W. B. Harris, President E.' G. Vaa. Agnew Secretary gator of the murder., the cruel murder,,, ''of eleven negroes who ha<;worked.
I lor- him. was tried upon one charge only: and the recommendation: 'for 1
w L. Tfcorndyke, Editor _________
'? ,.----- j mercy brought a', sentence for"life imprisonment. The jxiderice. given, bv ,
Subscription Rates: '''e negro 'who had been forced to murder his fellowmen ;in order to *av*_ I

One (Copy, One Year__.,i_.__.___.....___.._..__.-.__.r$2.00 I his own life was most convincting: end although a motion "lor' a hews trial II -
One Copy Six Montlia.......__._..._...,---w____ 1.00 t| ha* been filed by the defendant': there remains ho doubt to I
One Copy,' Three ilonths--._-__.__...___.___*..___-_.;.'___ vIEnterrd as
_._. - ------" finding the next juryif such trial shall) be allowed. The only possible show I

.IK'UM.'..Hl(>niuu at., Klsjdmtne.. ... . niTOnil-olaoii matter.) '-for a reversion of the verdict'will be the murder of Clyde Manning negro. j Ij J
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-hief witness for the ll might be that
prosecution suggested friendn-.oi
All c"mrY1IUI'I"nt, .rxiit ,linn,, our auliorlii) correspondnN.NIIed ,,, must b>-
'. ',> "'. writer Manning would do well to bid him farewell at an early dale- if a new li'iai
I nrjiL't. I.1'III"U. "III out t b.l return unlfi>.it -all. oJ l f<>r. allowed. L
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's' FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1921 BECAUSE of an inordinate greed' (for gain hundreds. of growers in So Human -
_." have been their for
-- 1 Michigan holding potatoes higher 'prices-- but .because r

: EVES RIGHT( STEP LIGHT SMILE RIGHTS of the oncoming: crop there has been a rush the past week to clean their

---.---- 'bin Prices dropped eighteen bushel the lowest
to cents a figure in many
1'f There's many a m..nho spends ,his days just cu.isin': years. The net cost of production of potatoes in Michigan. Colorado and :; --it amazed all Kissimmee

1 He sp|>oils work long! ; other* ways by (fussin': South Dakota a dozen years ago was thirty-one cents per bushel and it is

Nothinghis ever goes just right he seems to (let up wronHell ?-- hut fair I lo presume that figure has been increased; fully one-half since that I of your friends must have been in ihe huge audience .
( always wear an Injured airb! grumpy all day long ; SOME ".'
time the
heard Gladys Rice her Tone-Test lecital at -
In place of adding beauty to some glad and charmfuj( song - ----- - - - -
i Hell be mussin''. Kissi mee. Tuesday -evening November 9, 1920. Ask them
i SENATE TO INVESTIGATE aK I Lave: gained in the cultivation "
of small lot." about it. This is the astonishing discovery they made :
.EXISTING HIGH( FREIGHTS my __ ___ _ ___
g If you would make your whole life long completer *. n r
When sid track's blocked by bad luck smile and her FORAGE CROP EXPERT
your greet SiMitttor Park Trammel! introiluct'd The keenest mu.ical.ear cannot distinguish -
1 II.;' In manner that. is pleasing; always make folks think you're glad. in 'r>< senuU-- a resolution ratline! VIEWS COUNTY WORK '
And give a smile to show the while you're lilt from being; mad;: on the Interstate Commerce C >mmittw any difference between the voice
I'rofeasui .1. H. .
: Thomp"rlll.nl1.'t.
Klip,ki Thus, camouflage the public never let one think you're FadYou'li hilt freight to. imt'PtiprnUtho ruto with a existing view to ed. with the experimental tolle/- c at :i of the living artist andthe RECREATION -
be sweeter. '(!a nexxillc, has been
about reduction of looting overOsceolu
hriririnK u lutepiirlirnlaily *
of that voice the New Edison
.. by
on citrus fruits and aj- county t this week in companywith I

INEFFICIENCY) ; CAUSE OF FAILURE rii'ultui'Hl .product Senator Trammel I-TO H. Wilson county demon- j I .
pposJ the present! law which "for\ ation /'nt.-th., purpose being i And does it not amaze you too. that. Mr. Edison has succeeded in .
r-i/rtii'ts' the existing! high fit'ipl'1 examining the dairies inspecting
BUSINESS! mea ol Kissiinmer. those so fortunate as lo have heard, ( the. various (grasses! and the forage I producing an instrument that capture every subtle sweetness of the .

magnificent: lecture delivered are still speaking of the information tender mouthr 1 I 1 foods and giving such advice! 'on human voice that gives you all the ear can give you of the art ol
enl fiirln fur u reduction of the might be needed to all interested in
W. F Diennan. lecturer for the National C.h Pt piosi
by Register Coiyjjiny. -
i ant I l-ijrli t ansporlalion chaijros.i agriculture, This service is. being 1 the world's great artist ? !No' other phonograph dares lo make Ibis
sibly so much truth has never before been given in .so short a space| ol timI -- arriod on as an adjunct to the work direct
,I by any lecturer on the public platform for, his appeal to the menhanl III i, i NEW STORE BUILDING i 1 UingJone by :Mr. Wlson-'lIn.! is comparison.

every: line of business, and his appeal lor newspaper publicity, were elT.phasi7f'd FOR ANOTHER GROCERY 'with a view. to bringing out the Ix-st I
'' lies for the advantage of the
facts and
by figures. .
I 1 farmer und ,,'kman.I .
f It is a matter of regret that each individual merchant could not hale I \\'ol!( cuinini'nrc'i on Monday on a -"--- - -. 2&"NEW EDISON
heard the talk given. Some allowed trial matters to detain them and illiuildintr' being 'erected on s1anrstrait : CATTLE COMPANY MAY w
adjoining the new tilln: /r--tH
other had an idea that the aim of the lecturer would "be to sell them a 1 lion being completed liy A R,> (iil-I i COLLECT FROM STATEThe "The Phonograph with a Soul"

cash iepi nothing: said regarding the sale of the machines which are turned out I !Islructrd, I.l>v .1. H. (;Jilhert who bit-t committee' hus repoi ted favor-
1 ably act of the Kissimmee The new Edison alone can RE-CREAFE music (for Come in
an River.Cattle you.
by the finishing the lecturer. \ ntcri-d :n loiiK-l'rne' lease] with (; MiTavmi. I t
of the Palace Grocery who Cc in pony for rattle claimed to and hear it for yourself. :Make the great discovery for yourself.
By the aid of cleverly-devised motion the lecturer showed the '
have ,
pictures : j will, u'< iiiy| the place with' linetixK been killed as the result of dipping -
poorly-written advertisement deleted and transformed into a high-ilass dignified : .,f" "-roci lies and table poods. l ; them in a solution in which
announcement. He admitted that few persons were able al first l to>,Work' \.. will be hastened! on th> ftruo, there was too strong a percentage of
construct a perfectly advertisement ; but he insisted that there I if no part of tor-"' so it "may he ready for an'I: lynpemng. ii Tiltnitoxide: Representative Sch- I Central Drug Store *
i This will make a total of warfschwurdt put in the claim bill.
the business more interesting than to devise! an announcement which will, three' jrroceries. in Kissimmc.on; (;J. H. Skipper Barlow, general I manager

attract by its display and its wprding of the customer. And he deploredthe ducted by :Mr. Tavlor.i . of the company, which operates 104 BROADWAYDay
of false in ()k.*chohee claims that '
making statement regarding the goods offeied for ale. Someof -- county
the utterances of Mr. Brennan are herewith reproduced :: i, JUDSON JACOB DIES (>00 cattle died as the result of the 41 PHONES Night 21

It 11 sufficient to slate facts. If you hale an bargain .AT HMNES CITY HOMEI lipping.put in a claim State' that V'i termary there had Denully been

say so. Tell in simple word- of the article you hate tor aie. . rough treatment of tI..' cittlt; and ..
I iieath nf ,1.,1.011 .lacob/ on urieii
The average retailer find it difficult. lo write copy for his ad I lit /MaineCity on Tuesday mrnu.g. I that they were in poor condition, but *,

vertisements., Yet (here I'i no part of the bit-mess that 1 i5 more interesting : urn! fun"'al', servieps; ,1'h..ld; t the evidence that the .solution was
when thoroughly understood. It is not enough'; to have I in Ki-immei-/ \ .,. neaday. under strong convinced most of the com
mittee. ,
The claim
vvm foi Jlii.OOO.;
0 desirable merchandise for sale. You must 1 let the people know you ,'I.1' ,-fTMi/1'1"1'1: / <" "-. Ife'-ea-ei' ) loft. aII' The majority report will I favor allowing *

have it. The cheapest quickest and least i i' v rr for oOl'cattle(
expensive: w-ay rw \ iIoc"b'ranc, lo I lori'l.-i' fioiti atJ8: a head I. or
newspaper adveitismg. Lveiy IIVP merchant!. : \" new '... has iu-- Nir -.--,ipgr arid 1 1'.It'.d' .it !I'll'v 14.Hid.( ). It i? said there will I IK- u I I

tomers and they like to read the news of his store ac well a.< the I < r>|)urt. but, Inter ,re-moved t, minority report.
news of the community. t1" 'fl-r < itv II.'a.- a member ofIr.iI BAPTIST"BUILDING "CIRCLE
An advertisement is merely the projection) ol, t pei.-i-i'a'i'v, It c BI"! -- <.>ni' blue ludire. KI--: PLEASANTLY ENTERTAINEDThe OfMM-:-}4 ,*:-N: +J rrp C.rr},'J.+,tis:..}.:...r:{ :..s ti }t. :-,..m.-i{ .-?0<{.C.vv.vwy 'A
";ir niff :iind 1 has a hunt ">( fi-i'-nd-" ,
is the way to talk to a person rn places where' the merchant cannot offi i 'n tills and Polk ccmrtv lx
freely Newspaper advertising buildingcircle of the Baptist,, I I Automobile Insurance !
i go. is simply good -alesman'hp in | lilt I iiie-nt vvamade ;"it K'-ehill
' print. cjnutery.MANY ihyrch was clmimingly entc'tamed 1 11
:Monday afternoon,
by two hosU'ssisMr
- n. --
; In preparing copy for newspaper ..d rtlsemenl ', it is best louse I! MASONS VISIT : -: -K. i L. Fu'mer'and -5f1"I. Klizu-: ,, I At Cost to Members. ,740,000 Business in Force
simple words and short words and ? .
sentences. Dig involved I SCHOOL LAKELAND beth Waring, and, though there was .i
business will not be read. Write your advertisements so every reader 1 no i set program for the afternoon j jI ';, !' If there it rib agent in your town write Headquarters Orlando, lor. A* "
can: gel the big fact you want{ to 'get over without rd rring'lo Tlu-i'c! was an exopllenl reprt-scn- conversation and' \fancv work kept \ .
'ilusy the (entii-y assemblage. A rising, application blanks, Join today.
'dictionary. lotion of the Masonic fraternity, of.ldsslmmee' '
I fI
I , 'f'i > 1
) i vote of tjjanks the .
expressed grati-1: "
at the nt'hool of Inftructii.ri
; To must % :
make firm
a impression an advertisement have 'con'-} ; tilde of the circle\ to Miss Carrie
and 1
". feast in type and @br. strong headlines and few of them and held. till at the close ,of the many bnnonptI remained Hall for tie gift/; of a beautiful hand-I I .
massed with white A good advertisement be ruined by .. I'll intt'd picture of La France roses I !
F space. may I ""-\ by the lOll!!' at that city i Florida State Automobile AssociationGoodman
whiih will be used towell the fundsof
too many kinds of type or !by poor arrangement. Some people So''H' 'f Aiosc from thi < ,itwere
the ''

sometime1- only glance at advertisements. If the headline1are I 1/\/11."I.o\dl'ich.1:\' ..1".1, : c'. H :Nathan'(I rant/ ha" (Cant' ... ichewafer.bu.Ming:- and committee.ti< a t wenseived, San'lu ) !!-, <3_: ..:_:-,....-:- -:_ -:-:-:-:_:-M->.:_:-:_:-:-,..:-:-:-:_:-:..:":-:-:-:-"' :(-: :-:-:_''''''').

} schemed to make a complete impression the advertisement- irel ] llarpi-. K.S.;. : Johnson. Ji, Ib.war'lI ,-'lid the -ilver offering w .silTi I ;
both the glancers and the readers. lo make film Those present were .Mrs: W. W. --- -
a an
i adverlD-emenl/Triust t l"e devoted to one mam subject.) One impression allaclleIlIuslrallon' , .J II'.J Karl. t' P I.upter K"'M'Y.-, ( apt:; a I."in l.ugfer.J. I II!, B..I1,1') :N.; C. Urjan, Mrs. M. B --..-.----.--.A.........-. _.-..'..._._...--.-......_...._.._.._......_.._......_.._.._.........._.._.._....,._.........._.._.................._,.".........._- .-... .".JO.t. >
r ill draw more trade than number of unattractive JtltIITW? J Steed, and fiaudTi- ('ar' -on, Mrs. A. C. (Chapman.lr8.: 1'.p.
any M' ( o"'ner, Mrs. F C' Edwards! :Mrs.!
v cuts. i i son. _ .- - K. II. F..nn"II1:\ rl<. II. S. Geiger I Woodall .
Yo r ad\erlisemenl'shouJd take the leader over the live step' i Explanation To Subscribers I Vis.. K. S. (Mall. :Mrs II. R. May

of selJXigu Attention. interest desire confidence action. I I -- ( Mrs., Belle Modi.) :Mrs. Cecil Prentis,
js lustrations\ must be suited "to the- subjectthey could cover I Through ;inadvertance a number j, Mrs. T.'I' )Rivers. :Mrs. A. A Wem'pit. .
have )ta' sent from the off '. Mrs..L W. Wilder Mrs. G. B.
iiitici- 'n -
r on I tile ideas of the text.: Desire must be stimulated l" attractive The mew .
j"l1: M. C. Grroccry:
.-, of The Valley ( ;la/.ette whicht.ued Bryan !Miss Jo .
i details, but it is mostly 'aroused by pictures. Yanety j i- one of the -t the subscription) pfce had l I II Hall :Miss ('an'II! Hall :Miss Almena x

best means of keeping interest in your advertisements. Change! I en T placed 1 ,at $l..r i:>I 0) per year. Those I,' Lightnt'l'llss: Lizzie Thompson f Next to Chamber of Commerce
: your offerings.. lecc-ivinjr such notices should undert I! -- "
I T1 I As. a general rule it is well; to give prices in your advertiser and there was n typographical( er- |'' ADVOCATES ADVISE : v

I '; ; ments. If you do not give them the reader may assume that the 'I i cur"Ilplion in the price amount of named.The !Gazette The ..uh-I LEVYING. TO MILLAGE LESSEN DRIVES i 3 OUR MOrrO

price is high. If you are advertising high-grade goods place the 'l.ei-n for some years two dollars pel i i'fontlniKil

I I emphasis on the quality and mention the price in an .ncidental way. ''jiar -and a.- it is styled the best I 1 -from: : - Page Ono) I Ii t PRICES" THE FAIREST

I Every merchant in Kissimmee who listened to Mr. Brennan and viewed, i weekly paper in the .state it is worth i line of action which is being adopted ,,
... the pictures shown felt that he had gained a great dealand the proofs II at um-an.1 I even more. No change I in numerous Florida "cities, -variousnecessities QUALITIES THE BEST r
I ,
La.'n\ made in the and theft
I'lf i price- could l I" cared for without
{: he offered regarding of trade beyond e
newspapers as a measure increasing were
w statements sent out (there being the usual plan of business. ,,
I '', dispute. It is to be hoped. that again shall the same -peaker favor but VCTV fewshould) be understood I i The Chamber of Commerce bothering could be ; ti

1 1. { 'f! this city with his services. to be an error.KISSIMMEE I provided with a thousand dollars i Have you seen the beginning of the improvements we are adding in

,, ; : THE UNjUST1\E5S F-'I-HE :"DRIVE": PROVING I j( with which which means to much carry! forthe on the city's''progress. work j' f. our store? If not I. well you'd better come in every day and note the

j 1 GOOD LOCATION FOR As matters now !stand
FINE STRAWBERRIES thenis a luck of funds with which I progress.
: ACCEPTING the risk of being styled that will!! I I
as a paper insist upon i [ to carry on the needed work-and I II
I bringing up matters which have previously been discussed to a plus degree .'".ntlnu.. il t from, r.i.c; i0.I i I II too frequently is a small body of men
I. 1 The Gazette will once more denounce the custom of having "drives" for ,I of an laze( and he is confident that looked to for funds immediately

", 4iI' any object as a method of securing funds which is wholly illogical' and en- he will realize fully three hundred ] needed to carry out !some plan to I OUR STOCK. OF EVERYTHING FOR THE
d liars. I If he ,f ,
---ti'ni the
; a aid city. .
I.. tirely unfair lo the general public. If any object is l to be financed by the II"- ll'iJration his income will he much | There could h.l1. 0 from this two- TABLE ''IS COMPLETE AND INTERESTING
I, .. public it should derive its support f from all the people not I from a portion I larirer; although/ under( "n '-'ii-il' < onI I mill levy a donation, of a thousand 's Y' ,
f r. of them ; and in this manner the sum exacted from each person is but a I iitions lie estimates i n., 'sop, sill dollars' for ndverti"ingthe city by
''lejtch ne.ueifJOD than S'UIK.<' I pamphlet folder ).leaflet and such I
t trifle.To | "I have two varietie-. -..tnwnertries i an-t methods be t
means as might se- \
illustrate this
point there need be cited but one case that of an *; I We are making Special Showing daily of f .f
f-J -"idIr'l Brock "t h*> ;--i rl'al'- ":t'ted. There would he another thousand j
e. 'f j institution in Jacksonville' which caters for good in all portion of the state. ing fluid the Miotmniirv.. I r. T (going- : dollars for the payment of a
I f There was a direful need of fifty thousand; dollars and there went out appeals i Ito oxperiment with oti.i, varieties, band for the next season. There I FRESH AND SELECT VEGETABLES

.. to all sections of Florida for a period of liberality. There were those We can raise herin KisMnun : rd! would still remain in the publicity
t ;A' in the state who contributed sums largely above a thousand dollars ; and 'in ninny sections near),}' j ju-* a> 11".0d I IberHex fund nearly $14lflpr( ( these sums These Please Our Customers I ai
as can Ix' pristluced,;i in all the had been paid out-being suftlfieTit
I' all along down the lake were cash donations sought with the. result that in I world and I feel that I rim -afe fnayinp to aid the Chapter Mouse in its laudable : -

j',' sums from one hundred dollars down to one dollar were the contributions where growers know h..w and effort to improve its environments i .
3 1''. ;: secured. With 1,000,000 people in the state and with half of them taxpayers : I will put in the needed work n return'' to aid in !bettering and beautifying Your Trade Will Be
r it would have been necessary that each "dig up" but a dime lo have of a thousand dollars an acre ,isnor many spots in Kissimmec Appreciated- i
{ the 'Tout of the question. What we want and to provide for any contingencies 1 "
required sum. Had there been a desire the of the administration :t
t upon part
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large however
i u acreage It'W" which might arise throughout the
I, to aid this institution it would have meant that each would intend do business
person to : in the I right!:: entire year. i
! : be "plunged into debt" to the full extent of ten centsand the cost 1 and I way.Ve should hays one hundred Under the careful management of

i{ \ trouble of making the "drive"would have been eliminated. I acres to commence 'with; then we i' committee from the city council,

1 ,- The budget system should be in active operation in. every city and in i can make our daily shipments and I, aided by any private citizen who
'r' in Florida. The should ( the buyers will come to us. Just a I Ij might he named them would be nr Goodman & Woodall I-
i every county budget be so calculated that wherea few acres will be of little use--as I squandering of the money. On the !
1 worthy object should demand a contribution there would be funds sufficient j there would then be too many for i ether hand there might h* a "shut -

to meet the request. This would save a great deal of time and home consumption. and too few for ting down" upon some of the pro- .
f. I bother, and avoid begging successfully from one and appealing unsuccessfully shipping Plant City has done wonders motions which frequently are sub- Proprietor
I \" to another. The general public is liberal to an extreme-but there there i in is the line of strawberries, and mitted to a city when it is known .1:\ ,
no renscn why KiRsimmee! there is to be But the
:, money spent. NEXT TO CHAMBER
who object to turning dollar when COMMERCE
are many over a others far more able. should not do as well as soon as the plan would do away with the necessity -
.$ refuse to let of a cent. business gets well under
go way. of the too frequent begging; dis- BROADWAY
' Donations from tax receipts will make it necessary that every ta{-payer I can do in my humble way I'm guised under the name of rive," i KISSIMMEE +
hall his quota. ready to do-1-and I wilt tender any which is a-burden upon the merchant
: pay one who may ask it such information end the; private individual as well. / ,
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p 'The last of Die. specially-priced 1 progress'of' this city and .") :

fthiiAiEEkFtunlshed Sunday chicken dinners at the Manhattan and It Is to be hoped that he'county will
a cut r nTc l [ will be Driven on onSunday. It main here a sufficient time to give
WI Is essential that reservations be made Impetus> to-aome <>? the matters. now WANTED

) LYLESV.'STORYC J "* not later than six o'clock Saturday' before the' people.. : :

: Flat for rent. W B. evening: "INSIDE-THE- CUP". .. , 1 1r
/Harris Gazette office" 14-tf M. Tiller spent the 'greater. portionof '
Or. Phillip Phillips, ft Orlando, last week at Gainesville where he THE FEATURE FOR
; was a visitor in Kissimmee on Tues Self Riling Flour. 24 Ibt___$1.32 was guest of his Ron, Mason, who it' CASINO WEDNESDAY
-t.t> & 4 day. in the university: Mr. Tiller is an
r.' Pillsbury,A-\, FJour. 24 ibs._\ 1.48 enthusiast in .the line 'of all sports, Manager/ Burgess West had planned A BUYER ;.
J. K. Conn. William H.'Tunnieliffe, ;
and the eventswhich for
enjoyed the
'OMPANt .( .and James GofT, all of Saint Cloud, 8-lb. Pail Snowdrift -_,.._ 1,28 took place in that many city during' Msstay. The Cup" at presentation the Casino of 'Inside several FOR A "MICE FIVE-ROOM .' '
weME Klssimmee visitors on Tuesday. .
8-lb. Pail Jewel Shortening. 1.20 v 'weeks ago-but: there was a slip In BUNGALOW 1
Bad debts "collected or no pay. Reults The railroad, commission of Florida dating, anti many were disappointed Property is located at 634 Broadway \\i
gull mntft d. J. M. Willson, district Best Creamery Butter, lb._. .50 has issued an. order regarding at the non-arrival. With lira usual '
manager. 15-lfc less I desire to please the and is a bargain' at $2SO. 1
delivery of freight in cities'of management
EXTRA VALUES Rev. W. H. Coleman will preachat Compound Lard Ib._______ I1J/J! then ten thousand population. Hours ceeded) in again dating the Wiping i to accept a car, which '

Center Park Sunday: afternoon at Granulated Sugar lb. _____. 9Vs of delivery hall be from- eight to I'I n ext' and will l how It to pafroni hinst be worth ,$400, as first payment j
in Women' Muslin Night Gowns three o'clock c. and everyone<< Will b* five, with one hour off for dinner;; is a Wednesday. "Inside The Cup" ; balance may be paid at $25 ,I
,I welcomed. Fancy Rice lb. ______n__ .05 lint the commission does not specifywhich' from cosmopolitan production adapted per month. See it
., Saturday and Monday hour through the day shall be the book of the same title
Mrs. Everette Smith has returnedto New Potatoes peck ____ .50 taken "off." Iy) \Tmston Churchill. It is backed
on U. N. LEE
her homo in Florence, South Car- by 'an alI sfar- r a
r' Pink Muslin Gowns, well made olina, accompanied by her son, Ev- Sweet Potatoes, peck _____ .39 True bills have been returned by as a most- perfect cast, picturlzDtlon.4 arid l is spoken. of J

each $1.39 and $1.<18. erette, and her sister Mine Janettc I the grand jury for the present term _._. a
very pretty, Cucumbers, 3 for ________ .10 ---- --- - !.
Lawson.We the --- ----
of circuit court as follows: State .... ,
White Muslin Gowns, ,wonderful carry the best obtainable In Snap Beans. !b. __nnn_ .10 versus John J* Padgett, larceny of ++ O<.oOOOOC40OOOOIOOOHUOOOOCOOOOOOOO.OOOO, }000
r. fresh family and fancy groceries. We log; State versus Roy Coleman '
I Best White Bacon Ib______ .18 I'
values, for ______98c and $1.39 ( deliver. Phone your orders. Phone, grand larceny; State versus JamesR.
i 12. Waters & Carson Grocery Com Macaroni or Spaghetti Branson, assault with intent to I lj j
kill; State versus Enoch Tyson, desertion -
pany. 3 packages for------ .25 of wife and child. 1 1I
; SUMMER WEIGHT( KNIT j The new sign on *the Broadway
I garage indicates that the place is There was an excellent attendanceat i
i pen for business-although there the special southern dinner last I H 1j
.. UNDERWEAR FOR WOMENThese [ are still I. evening when chicken perleau was *
I, ntions and improvement: II KISSIMMEE[[ GROCERY[ the principal feature at the Electric j

prices are extremely reason (gilt-edge Wanted:security.To borrow For particulars$2,500 on'I Cafe.Broadway The entire was length crowded of the with blockon the }.

t I I inquire at the office of The Valley parked cars-while many smaller
able. Union Suits,___39c to.75e 23 BROADWAY I .
I Gazette. 8-tf parties enjoyed the menu, music, and I

VestLu 19c, 25e, 29c, and '35c t To avoid trouble and expense it the charming decorations. v
:J will he advisable for all dealers in A flue alarm at 11:45: yesterday I II .
;,Mood stuffs which are ready for the I Call and see the new and handsome called to a locationin I '- 1 1s
j tahk- without cooking to see that the goods at Stanford's. the colored section of the .city y
ONE LOTChildren's I roods are. promptly screened. the of Mitchell and Robinson
I Ii Mayor C. C. Pike of Saint Cloud, rear corner i A POINTER j jI
!i A marling license was issued oni was a business visitor in Kisximmec where, a small dwelling belonging -
Black Hose; sizes 5. :Monday to Benjamin Googe and I on Tuesday.For I to Nathan Porter was in .
Engie Carter, both of Saint: Cloud, flames. The house was badly damaged I
;'I/z. 6, 6'/2.'! to close out at per and the cvremony: was immediately) : rent: one residence; also a I ; but the flames were preventedfrom i
performed by Judge T. 1. Corner.i, comer; Royal and I Bass streets Kis- I reaching lose-by buildings. ,"r .'

pair _lOc '' Flour sale for Friday and Saturday! i simmee. 17-tf The jured.Ijee's building. M haul to have been in- I 24 Pound Sack of Pillsbury Mom$1.45 : :
I Twelve-pound rack best Gold Medal, Sam Gardner, formerly a resident I
r..;21-pound; suck heat C "I1edal.: of Kissimmee\ now a resident of Hosuiff-Out sale which was x "

OIL CLOTH \ !$1.20: All other brands in propor; Port Tampa! was in the city Sundayto scheduled to commence on Monday and other great savings at \
tion. Waters Carbon Grocprv I visit his relatives. last WAS forced to commence the

We have only the good heavy I Company. Don't forget our New Hampshire salqo on Saturday-because of 'the Cash StoresTAYLORS .1 j\jour
A marriage license was i issued on cheese and Orange Bloom honey publicity, gained by an attractive advertisement
grade comes in all colors yard j !Saturday' to Homrr Hill of Plant They're! fine. Try them. Waters & in Friday's GazetU Ex-
i City and Mis Josephine Stroup! ofKissimmee. Carson Grocery Company. homely low prices were made the J
50c The gvedd'nsr, ceremony I The statement of the standing; of Drawing 'ard-an.1 the sale will continue ne
was performed)! liy. Rev W H.\ D'esch. the Bank of St. Cloud, which appears until oil the stock is disposed ,.
i of Kn *irnrm pI in another column of this issue of. "

TRUNKS and I :\1 rs. M. A. Sawyer: spent the I shows the excellent condition of that Captain and Mrs. Clay Johnson 0 f
: larger I ; portion of last, week with irstltut ion. Saint Cloud ill a progressive have again been touring the east .'.\
friend in Orlando, and on Sunday I city, and there ill a continued coast-making their stay at West .
Misses Sawyer. Wi-nner amt AllenI growth as confidence ill increasing. Palm Beach, which city he described
sun CASES c OOOOCl 0000 0 oc 0 coo . .'00 0 00 eo 00. ]
00000000. 0.0.
I drove to that e>'uy t > bring Mri.. Saw- Fish Lake Gas Filling Station us "doing; things "I left there after 0.00
I vcr to her home. sells gas: oils, cold! drinks cigars, breakfast on Friday and was in Daytona -
Just received a shipment. Our The lillin -"tation uf A. S. Gilbert, cigarettes, etc. Midway between before eight in the evening," J. R. CLAY MONROE THOMAS : ; t
l being erected on :\rJl.n street close Saint Cloud and Kissimmee. 16-4tx said Captain Johnson, "so you can
price will save you monev.MEN'S ''to his place of business >* being see that they have some good roads
)Mrs Minnie Moore Willson has received -
j worked\ upon! continually, and!, when. advices from Mrs. McFerrin -and I 'was going some'." i
I'umplfted. will prove very: attractive stating that I Dr. C. B. McFerrin has The new filling-station of A. S.
SUMMER i the :-n-coming car been (carrying on a very successful Gilbert is approaching completion
\1...... K'e l Hasnow uf, Jafki-on- campaign; in )Deland during the past and will be an especially convenient
I \ ills. was ir.if, !'t ..t Mi, .. H T. P.utlcr three wee.ks-upon one occasion place. It is so located that the ap-
TROUSERSNice ". \Vicmtrcit. and! other friend"t I speaking! ; to more than one thousand proach may lie made from either direction This is to announce a change' in management of the :

t p Kis'immfi' the ;latter n.irt .>f th Iisteners.Mr and the water and gasoline Stewart Avenue Garage-J. R. Clay having bought the
value Her i harming little! daughte 1 and :Mrs.' George N. Hatch, of apparatus will be between the two
color and !good ; pair 1"-} ] lt.' Miy, accompanied, her Wist t Palm Beach passed through \'eways-I''nrlerinJr it impossiblefor I interest of j. C. Prenlis in what has been known at the

$5.00 Trth< Samta,1 Iiairv Company Kis.simmee :yesterday on their way any confusion and making quick firm of Prentis & Thomas.
.. I for anxlhipf and i w ',;;thitijr, in tl1l'1 I for n brief visit at Winter Haven. service always a factor in all trans.
Other Trou-fr. and v\ork-pant. ,1'iirv Imi- D'' .liveries, from T-IM; t" I where they have relatives. They will actions.
e : .I, ,On u m., ;end 1 from .' :no, 10 'iMi:( p..I I Ii also l visit Saint Petersburg before The Same Excellence of Service and the Same
$1.75 and up. i m. !I'hont* .) H >f*" .' residence ,returning to the east coast Mr. SHERIFF GATHERS IN
l i-t fc Until is the leading dry goods merchant BOOZE, MAN AND CAR Fair Treatment Will Be Given All Patron

A limited number of "old papers"lone between Jacksonville and Miami. -

\ ; BLUE APRON '! UP in packages of fifty may fie Stored in the garage of the Kis- and all repair work will be guaranteed be high-grade .
r- /secured at the! office of The Gazette. .Will exchange nice five-acre truck simmee Auto Company is a Hudson, -, .
There is a considerable" demand for farm'' inside city limits, in good, con- which Sheriff Farmer captured on in service at a minimum price. Your patronage it solicited. '
\ OVERALLS tI"e:.- therefore" those in need are dition, for a roadster. or touring car" Wednesday on the highway between .'
. \advised to make an early purchase. Here's your chance. J, N. Parker, Kissimmee and Saint Cloud. The to
The chill of Monday and Tuesday due east from auto camp', just across five cases of liquor the car carried
$1.50, $2.00, and $2.25 brought l with it f -..linls of eompasI railway. 13-tfc have been stored elsewhere. Thedrner CLAY & THOlVIASj

I IDII ,fir those of the wi'lt..r11.tor.; Mr. and Mrs. 1) ...1.lar1t'hl': te.., of the car is out under a cash :
.1 bond of $:2:0. His name ha<- not
\:ho had! uh eadvleft Kisu.rimpp: for who have been spending! ; the season
BLUE WORK ''Ib i' northern) homeirxicr; the ,in since Thanksgiving in Kis..iml11e.,1 j .beep, made puhl,,'. That's. the story ::: Stewart Avenue Garage, Phone 22. Kissimmee 1
:, iii-" 'on that..' the gladsome sunimertnjii having apaitments at : -- -
't, wa.ri" their midst"K street, left yesterday for their homein 1''
SHIRTS :. I I". I' !oon. who .s iin-cted l with! Northeast Harbor, MaimThis ;,4
the l.peslmri.! ommeinal. wax in KisMnunee was the first visit to Kissimmer 1 BILLS ----- -
and $1.25 on "t"ldlv-'c'ommj.:' here made by the worthy couple but, it i .: :-:-:"++< ++.>++++++++++++++.O+++++++' +++++ ++40Few
4 89c, $1.00, r tn visit his father and his, brother. will not be the final one, as Mi. Manchester (ongressninn Joe Sears has introduced -
asserts, for they have greatly lulls fo rthe erection of federal
with I
r. A Ca their here. buildings, in his district al Key West
enjoyed: stay I and Saint Augustine. He also has A of Our '
MEN'S PALM BEACH re-'ned the There hour has for been the another first performance change; in offered bills for site for a building I' Bargains ,
I nl Jacksonville, and for sites and
the'electric each evening at the Casino. Duringthe ,
!! found on Tu.'dllwh..n 1
buildings at West (Palm Beach, Daytona '
t SUITSReal lijfht company, made. use of one to winter- season the first showingwas and Fort Pierce and a federal ,. I
at (6:45.! Then it went to 7:00: -
j erect a heavy light pole on Broad- : building at Kissimmee. lie also in-
Palm Beach good. suit I I I'a\'. The pole was a large one- and later, the first performance was tioduccd u bill to establish a branch Swansdown. Cake Flour S00Tall J >> '

(I but with \blcK-k) and tackle the Ford scheduled at 715. 'Commencing last is 'soldiers' home at or near Saint Pink Salmon, was 25c, now_'-_________________________15c J '
$18.50 pulled it into position in a few sec Mqnday the evening performance
I scheduled at 7:30-which: hour, prob- Cloud. Large Kippered Sardines, were 4Oc, now___________________ZSc J !

A Shirt Free with every suit. onds.Mr: and Mr< S. A. Bo rue left on ,' ably, will \be made official throughout WARD WILL PROBATED Libby's Corned Beef nnn__ -'--. _________________-----15c '.

they Wednesday will be for the Plant truest City of'Professorand where I Miss the Marie summer.Boyd, who has long I AT COURTHOUSE TUESDAY Postosties, two for _________.,_______ ___________________._2Sc ', ..: .

.f BOY'S WASHTROUSERS !Mrs. F. E Faulkner. Mr. I been a stenographer in the office of I The will of the late Charles W. Kellogg's Cornflakes, two for____ .___ ____________._______-2Sc ', ,

Faulkner is connected with theRthools !: the Prather county made judge trip and to Mrs.Orlando Holmes on i Ward was probated before Judge T. Cornfetti ____________________________________________15 l I
of that place-and Mrs a I,. Comer at the courthouse in Kis- .
[ Faulkner daughter of Mr. and Saturday to witness the marriage of simmee on Tue'lay-C. Wayne Ward --oOo- .
Kogue. :Miss Louie Jackson, who is so well Robert B. Fletcher, one of thelifelong 65c '
and favorable known in Kissimmee and Limited quantity of fine hoi y, produced in Kissimmee. at (.
the deceased, being
J. Edward Krause, of Runnymede friends of -
79c, 98c, and $1.25 Lodge, was a business visitor in Kis- to Henry' Pritchart. Following the > the executors. The terms of the the quart. j
and Mrs. Pritchart
immee on :Monday One of his missions ceremony will made C. Wayne Ward the residuary -
was looking after a goodly delegation left on a tour o' Florida, preliminaryto legatee\ -and there were num- FRESH SHIPMENT OF GARDNER'S CAKES
making their home .in Mount Ayre,
to make the trip to Lakeland erous private bequests. While no
Jutfs SILK oj iVe'lneRilHy evening in the inter- Iowa, where the groom has been re- estimate has been made of the valueof DON'T FORGET THE WHITE LABEL COFFEE 1

esffof! the crons-siHte road from Melbourne siding. the estate there is. no doubt that
SHIRTSCome to Kissimmee., thence to all the property will call: for the largest Phone your orders 1; 176;; we deliver inside city limit
points on the west coast. inheritance tax that has yet been

9 in' four pretty !colors.; 14 to W of A. the McArthur.Record editor of' Eau on-l Gallic manager DR. AVIS COMING G Gl ters paid can inthis be county.settled it Before will be the necessary mat-- R. S. FLOYDSwimming 'i

for trips to be made across the
Kissimmee Saturday, en- .
l6/2.[ each __--_ -- __--___$- was route in from the northern on portion of (continent to estimate the worth of oooo ooo ooooooo oooooooooooooooooooo.n .
the state to his home Accompanied the California holdings of the deceased -
4 ', friend the two were having the ; besides which there are thousands - --- - -- ------ - -_ - --- J'oooooooooooooooo
v a
BUSTER BROWN ( time of their lives with a Ford, the >r. Davis Will Be At of acres in Osceola, which PalmBench oooooooo.oo. oooo.ooooooooooooo 'j
I value) of which is placed) by the assessor and DcSoto counties
of Bn-varil county at 7650. PARK HOTEL will l he handled by the.executors. W.
H. Crawford is attorney for the estate Season's Here!
HOSE( The clover in Kissimmee", .
in another column of this issue of Monday April 18

b SALE HERE The Gazette is pronounced hy )I.eoll. A "LNe And wTn" Policy
FOR Wilson, agricultural demonstrator, as - I Now is the time when the numerous lakes are the l
of excellent quality) There are threevarieties "flow/ to life insurance at the .
ofMena get the
We have Complete Line I, white scenes of bathing parties, and young and old enjoy
a dove1'-tlt.' rt"l
and policy under -
-FOR[ A FEW DAYS ONLY- : lowest actual cost, a h
and Children's. and the al'yke-and there is ev..rybelief which a man does not have to pleasure. But use every precaution to avoid accident.
Women's that either Kind can be readily I IGlASSS lie to win. William E. Hand, 106 1 am making and selling what every bather should own
When you buy this make: of hose and, profitably produced in this county West Magnolia street, lakeland, and wear when in the water.
See Him For Florida. 14-tf

you get full value for your money. J. L. Overholt is always ready with! SEE ..THIS SWIMMING BELTYou'll
his compliments. When 'he 'came PENNSYLVANIAN
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the office of The Gazette on Sat VIEW HIS PROPERTY quickly note its worth and will_ wish one_for the j'
with his hand he
urday money least.Alford's '
children, at .
placed the required amount on the POOR VISION William Hahman, who owns a -
desk, saying: "I've been remindedthat in Osceola county and
CO.KISsIMMEE I a"in owing this "firm on subscription who large has acreage a considerable acquaintancein Vulcanizing Works: i
'l IVIES[ V. STORY the sum of two dollars. OR HEADACHE Kissimmee, is expected to arrive .{,
Here it is. I'm going to add, also, here tomorrow from his home in Altoona .107 Broadway Kissimmee '. ;w
that I consider this the best-apent Pennsylvania, to loolt after
I two dollars I've run across since I've FREES hill' business interests here. Mr. Everything in Vulca airing! and Repairs 'J
lived in Kissimme*-for- The Gazetteis LYES TESTED Hahman is an enthusiast for everything -
the beat country weekly the \ .
certainly that will tend to advance ';
I have ever aee,?." /l I !t:
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eNOTES I I _- 1
resolutions I lio. nni'.etl to the:; family ,
f .. A KISSIMMff'MAN'S : FROM S CLOUD of out 'deceased Brother, a copy be "The jStorc"
[ AGRICULf rURAL. P Pwl' POINTERS "pl'111I"on'"t he, minuter of thel..odJ.e'
BASS I EXPERIENCE -: .r r. .., 't : and a ('oPYl.blP 4..tlndl' ',the .Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Athletic)) V\
1A'It\'inK the j'itf, afli'i' ppt'ivlinjr : CUU'I'"ol; ::s'r I Goods, Camping Baseball ,
i. it. .. ii: N.BUATTOKl... :
Can d uht the'evidl'nC of this pleaaant : Air. aid J\1rO.! s. ?M'lumphry \ .
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY hi looking'over( ;;;:-'u-number of w'at"1erlnfon Kl'winirnoe you citizen . I tm' .Ie'n.i8\lvrniaj; ..lamerB J. W. SIMPSON, Boy Scout and Football Good Dog <

; Holds ]last week, my attention i You inn verify KtMimmeo ( llathnwav., for f'11t"1n.It. from W. J. STEEl Furnishings., Cutlery. Baseball Uni-

,., - was attracted bv inse'h< LInddlease ment. ,. 'ndor"I which place he will .fail. ono (1t': Coimnitte'e...on 2. so2.ution8. {orms. Tennis Rockets relrun same _v
f" q attarkirfr .theine", and asjcvneml 1\ Read this: of Columbus; Mrs. A. I). Quimby\ ; Apply Ballard'a fenow Liniment to Feldmrf -
,.t PHONE in't n-minder) to the (prower: I3VIiI W A. Joiner superintendent! 1' ltlc- for her home in New Hampshire; joints) that) ache. : It'relieves. bone day. Out Board Motors and ,
\ be> glad: te sec you uw ""IIL".I'ml'tloda l h'le Light ,Company, 201 South .()i- Mr.; and MIR: A. i O. I'rolztnaii. f.. ucha nmso'o ache and neAiialiricjmm. Row Boats. ;
for combining thet-f"11lJR;, lando avenue, Ki.ssininife! says: "1 II Milleale Ka/fMlll. /_ Thieu sizes. SOe, COe/ and $1.20 JACKSONVILLE' SPORTING GOODS
PracticalContractors : and 'Jispnscs i ..1II great dent at stooping} and this The Xcw England Soeiely met h"' rei' bottle. Sold by Roberson's Thai
On the old leaves I found act! are i \\eakcnct my' kltneya| and brought, Tuemlm in the upper Grand, A 'nn' **. COMPANY
and Buildersof nose. It fungus di-ei-asg, and plant on 'Kidney. trouble) A t times I my bail): 1:11lLI1d the Kcssiqn was '01" np.+ macv. . .-. ,- 129 W. Bay Street JcL: .oarille
aphis, or lire. on the tender vines. i wan, very painful and when llwtnt to with "AIII 'ricu" nn,I nrajer. U"'a'" Thl'J HnsRtii; trees of Indian hear

i Don't put it off if you desire, good'' ten: out of a ehuu I had to press of a. misunderstanding\ the puinliKh Rowers: tl.alta_ ..te like. figs.. ,
i llic.iUhv, virus i.nd f.uit: !JulIO 'Ight'ill hands. on niknit's] !My kidneys 111)1' \\ wan to luvt bent held.! fn the, -- -=-"'""- -- ,
Structures of All Kinds /and "piay 10 Hold i it< :in ''IHI<'kSiiruv e-d'' it rirularlloo I nlwiiy.s ii' benefit of the druni'cji| ,. n ..:.1'0! -- -
:: with horduaux mixture, 4-4-5(1.: I HJI'H, Kidney 1'ilN at them. times 11 off.ommitter, was iippeimle I t t' i But Fertilizer' Insecticides: Sprayers
- \itli, iinpint of liliiek )J.'uf IU to tin' nd they promptly ''Id' me of I the I draft: resolutions, t>f u'spi'd to Ai.t' ,. ,,
WOOD BRICK. STONE, STEEL, 'mxtiue: The. hoidt'BMx I IH n: funtfi biuknrht. pul.ited/ mv kidneys :.rnl) :' _'\. Abjv t It. eI..1. TI'e! ,mllv.VIstall's 1 .' Poultry Supplies ,
STUCCO ''t'idf, and will beep down the fun; u ,nil put me in fine .shape 1 (jl idHI 1 rhoJVPtl the f(3nwinglaiitc: I Honest (;ands! I lair Prices l l prompt Shipment I
dioeait'hile; I the> !blue'k U't"f 10 m a i I < ".J", ,,,"' this! rt>" 18't; -'mont Ii I Mlllall'lIIflNl. all Rhode I Island' 1 I'C'lIl1l'l't'ut: .'', \.i .u-I I
'onll" "spray| and I' kills Pi ice Sae< < ; at dealers Don'tmplv ; : PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville Florida
E. O.
Painting, Tinting, Paper-Hanging 1... I ask for a kidney renwdyJr'' torn It There was n I'CI Y ,pica1n'' I ,
Ifoui 1".I.m i vines, arc" f"'i I' '>'mi"*, J Kidney Pills the some that, program piewentc'd I through the pfI I Get Copy New True LUtpril iRt, 192140t11PNNONN41N0oYNYOOw100Y9NN0000
Everything in the Building LineN. I| of ,ljM :,'!!I' and i insect?1 Keep close :Mi. Joiner hn'd. F'>!II<'I'.Milburn <'oMfi .. foilof, Committee man \dains, cacti
I wIll'h for urn outli'i-uk. niiel-liit-p no I I : '''? Ituffiilo, :'oJ. Y. i number' of which was w'd., an I
I time ill checkuag their .ieJ\unte b" I I! the nici'tinir 1lofI'cv.\ it h the smi'in'ff

F. BASS JACK BASS *[ji;i\'mir, and| keeping down d''"""",'!. ,. then "The' Stai I _hpunulcd Brnncr" Y 0
Ill |I" sule- tO cote I
J22 Royal St 515 Sproule Ave. I and insittH\ 'ou make-) l bettt'r'' 'unions. ,1 --i"bier ayinjr In 01'<.111' to 'keep off I the Resolutions STANDS OFF MOT OF DOCTOR BILLS i iiMommuds "
the 1II"I..nlljwill
the hoii-ion, i
prolong _
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I'I rli t t.S" Youlev no good: bv prii> ''nvtlit ,
chip mutt hetlt-r tlisoasptlint">. but the main obit Whc'ic'as: The Almighty Father
also so moidise.iHl" PMVHII for CaUrrh ol UM fltmteJi,
Cu'umlJl"I's:1I t' (
| 11 is to hoop the' disease fiemipicitlinir in his infinite wisdom and uroodntRKhas I
Tanned hides! of i fi 70 stpor* wire I ), I'u downy mild.Hlld )hormixture '- If any of the jfrowprs seen tit to call front labor to leiicsliment Colds aid trip
will hold it in
cued in the (constitution. of a :1000- li(>aux alone] makeit need my assistance, ''m prenar-ni'! ; i Inlioitltuux our respected Brother i Milia..o'*lPniii for anal lr.>.r.aDd nil bMrtUr r-
(hCkk If you spi-Hj. / tall for I Isiil I .Irdson Jaeoh to join that\ CelestialAhode y csurrh of tn..u.o. ....D 01 four*.y-.i. I >l- t
on in ,
I mhture. me j .
wrnihMr. ...
pound transmission, U It in I'hilaelel-) thorough, for you need ncit apiny) "it WV. from lifore lit sea ....... It ... off lutaol I ..
I' sufticicntly.O , \ lie1' glad to belt %'ou.Vvnt' Iromvliith no tinvflor) returns I S al w dtxuor Ulto and BukMO'o(Ml like*Dart rK''' ,
phia .'all if you don't nnuiv \ the I tit-It!,, hate lieen plaiiletjto t ; andWtcrcats I K. r. HVTTUS*.
B.r D.MOoS.
I potatoes' und lots of fort iivei'! : Our deceasedliiolhel, F\a Dottll.Weycet0rre.Y.aatekr.Itla.IxWkeepaboW.
Hoo.H .: -7 }44,-:.dtn'.3+T.:-----o---: Gh 3 ?44twti E : 650Ga8 i' 'iiid hfiiiie', that you use a ,curl l limp lag! l beta H tine and faithful BIOIIIl'I.1 of rrua. IB tb* bou. loreutatturim
S: in order th.itou make goudl : \\01 thy) member nf smulv and a'' C uIb8..d. cold may tuulljr b* nbrni byew0o..ofPo.u
'i'1 .tatftMtloo
iutakmeInUrn. Neul -
us, "it the fi'itili"oi used on tin, 1'0I I patriot/ l K' citizen,
i ,coontipatioo.duurboaa,rbnunaUjun oroliieT troubUtfAIM ...'iOK, Gating( late' tor roin on at Iheiofoit' Its it I ii" ol\tii by "iuiHe' 5' f "
ORLANDO f,1' count' of> bud won".... hat %ciu nin'et' II ,I ) ( Hleissom Lodu:.'. No. t Ml(t 1 F. IIn.1 I to a catarrh condition ol the mueoui manibranMall ThubBaItbbulldloi.atimfthr '
aD lor Pnina sathe +e.fultrtatrwol.
< air \ u';ii i 1. Rice will make an rare) A. :II. that while hawing! to theT>i. ruei
littsu ot thla well) I
I rtoi-inxqu
'!'t tot uti'h t rop!. a- we'll" us 1,1\.t vine Deeie-e of the diarul; Master i of x
1 ( kaowa remedy are a niriiTty mariied after a :
AUTO WRECKING COMPANY I f bum,/;; find towpt-ns, i I the I'imerse, w,' lender\ to the widow ieantaa.theiriporepaitMbFlu.""
the' liiri'ns. thieroxts i and of Brother, ;i
!: Keep gOIllII'/ family our departed ,t P6zU-NA .la|u tly proud nt Ita ra '. 5:: t t base dry| tine to ton--ti\e'l,our sun"' fie' sympathy and, tt'ndt'w'tlove' I aa hearth protactor tor tbe whole Umily. .r
', the I iivMstute 1 tad l kill grass. and ; .\11<1 I I" it further
f', weedIf .. on h.iHfiinudi, L'ues- Resolved. : T"ol1' feel I ill the de
f. you would hie to i Iel the grove of. Juan tue of oui Brother the Masunit A
We buy can in any condition tear 'em up and tell the nou s ii V.I', ;gtud I t tune while we' 1 1-'ratornitV has suffered a great loss e>eVi
',, linn' this iltweilbei., | and the toinmunit\. 11 good and uptight - -
part 1 -- I citizen and be it further
v. j .; Everrbody Who b Anybody Advertises Their "WaaU" in Ute Valley Gaiert
I'KISSIMMEE SCHOOLS I Resolve I d.-: Thll'I' "'opnf thP e '

You Can Save From 50 to 75 Per Cent.We : MAKE HONOR REPORT MONTH i -
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have on band parts for any make car all washed llertwitli, presented the honor (

toll\ ..r the pupils. of the Kmsimmef! I Il II .
nil lagged Mail order promptly attended to. I l rhonl]< for the month of :Minn I Ir
b I Fir..i (tirade: ..Ijnn Hn\is Roll |
f tit IIa\ i- :Million \\'i.,!limp-Ion: froIiron \ i I
t i Smith Louise Travis, Chris j I

j Orlando Auto Wrecking Coal t.'tim. I ardent Edna: Rardaood I II
I row Tindall .1.I (' I'aitm IJene I t
Ixttfr (Cetil Buss, George; Key. LI.d-\\ THE UNIVERSAL CAR

$ Corner Church and Terry Streets Orlando, Florida 3:, I I'Howe bi'rt, Smith(liuton, Emory twhtit Tyler. Clifton, Kdu M. .
!ten Jeoifre; Show William lones<, :
--....,..:..:-: :-:-:-:-:--.- :_X: .:_:MJ.X-:<>.:-..-:-)-:-:-:-<>-:-:">-:-:-:-:--:--:-:-,.: 1 IorothMtrs/; I Leone amh.. Ruby: I

I I Tyson, \\'dlle1; lit' Harnll, Elizabeth] I j Motor With Comfort-In a Ford Sedan
|ISoren. IK) .Khctn A I :May \" \\ Iy., .I,", Delt/. Leo 11/.11..11.1. I
,|lohn Muller Donald] Steinnmfi, lr-I Ii I HEN: you ode in ,I Ford Sedan or Coupe you ride in comfort weather
I i coy S"""-",,. I Injd Smith, 1,.Iw.irtl i iVhitp W I
r \ } Moiris LeiPutts)), Miahethltt : holds .no fear foi vou .\ minute, and your cur "IN trdn-foimed, Windows I.
< ('riiiiin. .les.-ionia{' Griffin. VII r'
,, windshield, the Ford Stdan affords the coolness and
;rini:i H a inn ih, H..Ic'n Ilen-.II||, J OgroIIhy ". open| Coupe or ,f'f'do
I I .f Ia I ',.Its. I DOSM' Stokes. aI
1 I '- bree/mesf. ol ,the open car Windowup. windshield' closed and) you. are protected ..1'

; I I Third .rude; : :MUildi )Din/" :110-I' I from run, wind, sleet 01nol\
DOYOU'KNO'II lei] l Innslei', 1 Inuisa :Muller, Bertha
:Miller, Alta Ruth Ovvrstrts't) \ Lola "
And this 'mind. The Ford Sedan than (he, ordinary
bear cdsts no 1
in you :
IVake! HT/P: Myvis.: Linilsay OriKKtrs . "

:It't:< receive a l II l ', '" / I Uayinoml )luyson, Barton IlolGiilu ope'n?!' car, In, fact) the Ford Sedan 'couls, :, you Jest la. buy,, war lax includedlhintitiyiompn! i \,
you : <' *, Kail; 1 Lamb lnmo KuU) hup '' "L '
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,.''":J":1,',,, "'. '' 'fet't Roherfr""" Mack..Jl'ffordl.1cll1e,,. John Phnv, Lon Gil- "'huring.caa l, , e,'. manufactured" \ In .th.e>United, ',Matesrexceptnoltoursethq f; % r Ford-rfj? : !f \ |W.| ;; '
Tyson, Joseph '
you fruit"brings hart Io'it.i Keen Alice; R.t-s. ,lov: the price* your elf. 1 f
'''ikin-iin, lllugat'rite I'.nun I Her fI I

I'goalIdl' ;. J.I'al'd! I I Hilt in, HIII\ I Come III lei' us show \ ui (he Ford :Sedan; or ( oupe Rfllerttl\ your order 'I}
in t"he J'i n, M..:i I. \Vilh.un I'" Hh,,i I I.loyI I :
= I 1-: Pil'u'! SmtIi.|, Mini) .i\ I rl ISI"MH I II ,n now while {prompt e'e'i\cr' ', i i- |'fis-iljle. ,\nd ne'tr forget' ,the indtclilr--' ,' Ford j
I! ', ; , 1 1'd: |
r' i t /I-)
\ttrr-"ertae" KiNen I Kurd 'jwner- 1\ I lord dealer mean the mtniuous, , use ol )our
markets 1 mi l-'ng I OSIMI/ I I."e 1'ntin. I'tny( I
? 1\1., I ""11P., .. '1:1I".J: \ \\ I L.ii' Cot r.
''I" lit I II
I Fourth Grade; : Eva rnxlih DtllaI I
I'h'niiiiK. lloroth\ :'.1"C'rlll1i"" (clady-; N
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\\'I111lllol1. Edward (himpuirn:
oN n.... _. F.f: i rnusY' LXCt1ANGt-.1:.A thai.' I'o\\ I U"r i :\Jarvin Tynt'I'I :\ AI'I'I'
4' i. beIiw.... ....., Ulmy
has_. r nard 1'otilk. Em": "il! DuK, liVfiti P. TIMMONSAuthorized
: rt.btin.. ud .... rrb.r. BIS,1.( .., Maklnson: Albert" Kojre I. .

\ 10!. VernnnVetfatll. Janus( Perry, ..
a _. :MiiiriiMite S.xuier Alni.i ShumiinI ,
I.onnn' Wood.ill, Ruth Alforil'
ford and Fordson Dealer
...., II Fifth ride; : dettue; Ty'H'1 i Ken |
I nett O'Biannan l'I h)irles] Hiss,, Annie |,
-- .a;> 1 <'o letkntv] Haul llntytl], Ella
IQunk I :Mary Steffit. Edith H.islos., KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
...... ,Ieph l (;firifdn ('assic, Putin, Evelyn] I
| 1'oulk, <; hapm.iiv. Ruth Sti.iuh. lohn T I Ix>s. \
Save Yourself 1 Ity, Grade: ('oraloe .lohn"<>Th
F i ,I It l'nlll'1 tip I Lu'aI""D( :
a from the disturbances which ,,1'0W'II. )liantis. ]iailfM: irmn l'al'\1\ "Vlr- ".fl/1 ".eV" ** lr- *"Vl v/lr Vl'jlr
''I ink. K:-Iw in B uni".;. -
often follow and coffee \enth Grade; : (' ithitim henI I
ro tea n.ntr. l Rene. Sponn. :Minint Hudson,
i .,
drinking- by a change to I Edna Itht: I Krit/I Owen) Julio Vivian' i Ian Floyd 1 Ila/tl Bash, I

x, 'tctgRuhI.e "
I I'-inhlh; Grade; : Klt.inoi: Ruin, .Itmi ._
IArt'-V. I':unitt/ RI\f": \JalY I.ou. \ I

.' INSTANTPOSTU 'st' tint)dgrilsa i Kutft'ni.i .\Uirmnn
/Hi:.'In'k'ib :Millei
:Nintli, Grade; : AHniti,, Mrunson: 1 .
i i I .I 1Inet: (;>I\HS.. !:li/.ibe',thi.i( \Iosele-y.] '

F strF | TI""a t'huvladge 1 Rainlnry |I II SEED STORES
I St;t tanll'Y, ,
le-tith Grade; : I I"' s I.e'ill>e>tter, .' ,

r, I I.e ivi-. ('iinipbrll.Elrtenth I]
k i (Grade; : Helen Ames, | Haines City, Polk County, Florida

I This delicious cereal beverage of : Di.nitliv), :Miller. ('1:11: a I' helmn 1 i[I (The Gateway to the Scenic Highlands)
14'? coffee-like flavor is prepared twelfth t.rnde-; : I'ereit' (Oliver] .
j: I-: ,\kl'rlllan..IoIahi: ,isi n,
in the I
instantly to suit Ia"-I
cup your I I'll Mac: :Mifranie. I.n"I i <>\ i' We Have Them

taste free from any harmful [ 1 Ix.ili lit' z'H'rl' licnotbnrniiinur' ::. ) I II Ire

l element economical-satisfying"There's : ,\ You llappv" : I ITo

I bt I."py. you must In \\tll I If I II 1920 Northern Crop Just Received

I }OU are frequently|' troubled> with ,'

a Reason: POStumr I tonstipution not 'he altogether and indigestion' happy you l'an"I' Garden: :E-i.: ii Flower: : :

]r C hanil, "'lam's Tablets to correct
these ili ordcrs! They uv; prompt t Samples and Price on Request
SOLD BY GROCERSEVERYWHERE and tffectuuV, easy anti (plensant( to

take. ______ ; _ I Onion Sets Seed Potatoes Just[ArrivedPratt'

'r ;: 'I'INSTANT READ VERY CLOSELY Stock Remedies and Tonic Dr. LeGear's Stock Remedies and Tonic

t Made by Remedies Dr. LeGear's Poultry Remedies
Pratt' Poultry
'eP f OSTiIM ; Advertise your wants in the Val-
Pos ualn Cereal Company Inc A nsvanaoa ey Gazette. If you have property Poultry Supplies Insecticide Spray Materials Dips and Disinfectants Pyrox
-"--"- i"or sale or exchange, or rooms for
Sulco V B Armour's Fertilizer
Battle - ,
CreekMichigan. : ==: rent a small advertisement in our
r t ....-...w.w- o..rsA 'Jassified\ columns will put you in I
... --- touch with the people you want toreach.
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\\ the City of that Section The Northeast quart, ..,. fNI.r l\\ll; of 'niock Nine (0) and all of
VERTISEMEN" S6> of Ih* KI..I"lt.t ..... of the the Haul h west quarter ( ; aloe"\Ten (10) of the Florida Fruit 4j.I
I CLASSIFIED : $]] the City of Klsslmmeu of December.'Isle J".t-hal ( K<% ) of tbe- Northwe.t )' Vales Company's Subdivision

Ix'-.anieiiUed (a.. read ". follows: q..rt.r (Nt1)of the (Southwest Numbered One (1). according tothe V
.v ._ Se-ctlon AP. "No bulldlnK shed quarter
G lent or booth .except good "ub.tanU.1 west (f\V,> of the North among the Iub1lo Records
CllRSOjPIIRMERSELLS IIICIIK"1AIIK !"OMM JIMtn OMSKTWENTY.FIVI3 WANTED.WANTKIJ I brick .can'r..t. (Or. arUncal, stone east' quarter ( ) the South of Oscola\ .ountyL. Florida.- PInt
; ; - bulldliiK shall be "r..eed .Ia..d thirds ($2.5)) of the West Hook No. I.Npagea fill and 661 Also tbe
'TI; CTH' flve within the tire this of the Southeast '
noresjiMich ''work,, l IT-yea'r- .quarter South ( the Northeast quarter;
In Plnodalo a ..ub-dlvhlon, ad- -$tendy Jy The wall* of all bulldlnfts .' hereafter the' (Southeast quarter ) all In the hAl. of the
jnlntnir Klsslmmef cUy llmltsr. hlKllnlc ; old bo>'.' Will do any thlnInvlllld erected within the tire limits shall he I"CUOI. Nine ("I. UIIIIL' ._t.' the Northeast 8uuth..t f quarter the

ground for suburban huienOwiad parents 'depcnillnif Houston me for JV'rlnht.Klsnlmmeu. sup*.' of the Yotlowlnu thlckiu-ss' : ForbulldlnMS (:|) flouth.of. Ianat.; Thirty ,(' Southwest quarter-and qu.rt..r the South half
Address '
by a' northern man. who I will port. of one story not less than Kaltt. I. of the -itouthea.tsquitrt.r ottheNorth.West
xcliaiiu them. fre. and clear. good .' ,Klurlda. 15tix'ANTl.2iTo : eight Inches: for bulMlnKS of two AMO! l"Kln..lnl at a point, Hlxt'y quarter of Suction Nineteen
UII.... $76 p'r. ....r... Cur unimproved. \\ buy-;an';;;' elerlrlu motor. stories", t..... Arst story fist lt.s" th..ntw..h'I"eh..I..nd (11'ar" the, '.rt".t Township Twen-lIv. (tft) South.
second tha Northwest
Fire Life Accident and $Jilli .fur In'l.r".d ti'uoliii Own..r (Ito storv quarter > : Also NH\4
.. be
In Ianl.
one-half hom '
power. .. limn twelve Inches for ) of tho
wants northern property! profitIm- : IN\- Southwest quarter and NWV of 'and traQ10na -
proved.I'Olt good condition and must bo roasonablypriced. bulUlliiKS of three stories: the first "> of Section Nine cli. in Town NWt of NMU N"\. 16; Twp
Health Plate Glass. Liability &i.1'1.-A fin" flshlnir find riuntIliK A. H. tJllbi-rl, 45 Matn story not less than sixteen inches.tlue ship Twenty-five <2f>) of Ranae 30; of NW% and frao-
'. IS-ltc Ianl' dE'
location on blsT lake done' to street olt) second story not I.... than' twelveInches Thirty <&0) T a.t. and front th-nce H of 8ec. 1e,
.9 town: go ,,("ru. Improved; ccondhousi from of and the third story not I..e i run North Thirty <80> DeRrecs Rust 10n..1; 30. NE\ Twp
and Boiler Insurance. :. tine flowing well and rich WANTFl-T( hear owner than twelve inches, and all party ,to the margin of lake. Rust Tohopt- 1rhI. the 1st day of April. 1011.
ranch for aalv. Ktatit ca.hltrh'e
Kood .
wails built for the of than kalltra thence In direction
Favorable a
fertile soil; tftfiou. term u. m.rt South.' 1... n.
full I). V.
; imrtlvulurx. one owner shall. not l,*ss than four slotiR aald ., .AIUIJK
Ioi I.J V IJJ. itA I. good building lot.: somecloHuln point of Osccolu-
Legal Bonds. Executed: ; others four block* fromcourthouse Mlancapolls. Minnesota.16-18-21-28-25-27 Inches Ihlck.r th.10: .Cv.. requirements .due North of n point Forty (| ) rods Sh.rll Count., 16."
: one ''hun Hast of said Northeast of .
: ..ran 'makeney I terms.See no buldi,1 corner said a-
us for hnrKitlns.. droo fort, shall b. cr."te" Northwest quarter (N\V"> cf Southwest JiOTICH S
,Same Day Needed. FORTY ACltlSH Improved on brick : FOR RENT I I tlr. limits unions quarter (f"'I.l ttd j South to ,
highway" ; also smaller. suburban with concrete or atone fire Ih. South In. TwoU.), Ihll"0 NOTICB Is hereby given that the
homo on l>lxlo-f-l rl>way. These nroKoort walls of the thickness mentioned In West lald Soulh line hereinafter PETiTiON KOK THE
Fort KENT-Nine furnished housekeeping this section and nt of onehundred point of beginning Seven "
"' properties. Cheap and term. Int..r\al. oonlalII' A SPRiltAC. lAX
with biith. by (howeek 'ORMATION.Q
8HVKN: HOO.M two-atorymnodvrn housefor rooms fcot. and the roof of every (7) acres, morn or -* !!! be .resented
OFFICE: State Bilk Buildiig rent: possession. May I. food month or HeHuon. Apartmentsto building erected th.r"ln. "hul be of ALSOfteglnnlng- at editor of Sec- to th. Board -of Public Instruetlou "of
Karaite and Harden ; l.cnrlnu fruits. suit: Iino location. Ocenn" ave slate tile rime tn or Incoinbustibl" lion Nine (9)) running then.-p North Osceola County. Florida, at special
"The Palms. Melbourne 1
\VK: BU.11 And i-xc-hunije realty.Write nUt Address material be approved by about Three Hundred and Thirty meetIng of said Honr-l eallnil forio.rt*
UN or come see us lleuch. Florida. 1N-21C the city council. (MO) Tartis' to Lake, th 'nco icturnIIIK o'clock a. m.. Saturday. April J<:th.
III"\!\! UKAI.TV COHIV! Provided that It ."nl be lawful to tii( point of bcirlnninir. ar.d runIh..n"p 191: .
FOR IU.-"T-Irl'.rhom: nleel l furnlshed
erect or construct addition West about Two and
h DR. R. J. DENNING iii'iurthit.nt ; p ii was itha(I,; not to exceed 10 feet by 11 feet In Twenty (820) Yards. 1'lulr..d i'IGTITION FOIl ThIS KOHMATIOH
SALE t..le
FOR plaaasaiat lame verandah : rcitsonale. thv rear of brick stores, ... addition about Two Hundred Twenty OF A HI'KCIAI. TAX NCIIOOI.DIMTItlCT. .
: DENTIST le. A" 22& North Beaumont to t>e of some Incombustible material t' ZYard" to ink.-. Foil SALi:-ICtPKant Cablr- piano nl nvi-ntie. i'lt )- IS-ltc I Approved b)'. the city council. Kastcrly direction I I aloiiRth meander -
Over the Postofftce. huge biiriralri." It <06t $4ItiO; will All ordtnanccH or purls of ordinances line o fthc said Lake I to a point I where We, the undersigned persons. rep-
.ell fur. $2f n. .II In In line conditionAddreas. FOR KKNT. -Two lurKf ,pleasant In contlict herewith. be and I In- the line first In this drawn more than one-fourth of the
OFFJCK HOURS: II to 12 SO. 1:30: to I. "Cable." care or Oarette.KlB8lmmVe . slucpinu. ; rooms w Ith private. bath same arc. hereby repealed., Intersects will) the d.crlplon of qU..III'd r..nUn.eleotors who pay a tax on
18-Xtc Prlc.e very ranaionablaTel. 'phone Read a llrst ( open session tho Lake containing per.onal property within the
Residence Phone I ITU. KlBHlmmui-I IS-llr) and by unanimous consent placed upon and a half (12H acres of Twelo hereinafter mentioned territory petl
174Office roll N.\I.I'I ?- -..\1".1 aH good "" new: Its and final .
Phone 158 6"ld rOdlnR P""A'RK" end of Lot Numbered Two (2) InSection Ion the Board of Public Instructionof
SI I 100 (-hlrlrlim pl.ino. $3ufl. $sr. K<1H HKNTKor' : ; one ) 'ar five acn-ii. unanimously panned this Cth Nine ( I(. Township Twenty- 0"011) County. Florida to call an
Steel King refrigerator, en pacify I five-room hoiiHe, Kood well : nouthIdo day of April. A. n. 1K21. five J26) South of Uangc Thirty ((30) ( determine whether or not
ISO poiintlf ire. $4U: $75 HldiMinard.$2f 1 . ..f \\'Ml Pntrlrk" mrpt-t -ItrnlhouH H. M. I1RF.AKKR.President ,.: the following described territory shall
j-i, ; $Uu J--ivorlt.- raliK- $40. $1110 <* v\ttft or alt> dilfh Add of CouncilSKAl.l 1 .,1 MILTON. he formed Into a Special Tax School
,'h'..., c-lbMft.. $r 4i. lolA nu,,'.' at ,a i;rav< H ---1.-\ I (!; I I As Special ,'PLFOtEn. District: '

L P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYATLAW darrlnrn.l.onvltiK.. I .1 H IInHnett.. .,. 11. tSILBKUT.Cltn KHIUHS & 8TKKD.: at the Northeast cornerof
p 203: ,MablictKstreet.. KIsBlmmee.l'Oll . ron HKNT. -_KurniRiicii 0,1.V.. n. Clerk.Approied . Solicitors fur 165tISOTH'K B.SnnlnA. 25 South. Hangs- 25
: Harris. Ciazi. tie ollli'f. I (-U April r.. 1021. COlpl.lnanl and run thence West on the Jn.t

S.\i.l14l'I! Illoe CeleliratedHtindiiriiK ;<..I 8. CAHKL. TO ship line to the point where ShinglaCrt'k
OFFIOKS" I and (1 o labor, atlapted ttililKh ,,'OH InNT-T-"r. Mn> 15. uIICII'nl..h-! | 17-dl Jut Maitor. 4 .:11..0. crosses such :line: thence-south.

t 116 South Orange Avenue or low laud yield. fiO biiKhelKand od It ii ita II Ion ll\t- ro toni iind luith ID Court of the County JtMlltrOsrenln erly anil rolowlnK the meanderlniis -
tv a' loti$ hay |I..r acre. Cheapest all ImproxiTnutK. done In Apply. NOTKK. (anal,. Slate'of Florida. of "AI.r\. point where"
uiuj lieRi r.Mid for man, mul"II. to Tuw. !9 'tl"l l.nulo. Hln-i't. KlHHltiinne bald Creek t.ek (.

Orlando. Florida eitttl: :' and !IIO'''H "MhY'$2: $ ;quantltvPlnnt 11- '1.. NoTM'K: I I herehx iris "-1 that the In re I'Hlale of Henry II T..rll. kiillica.I I Is.-lui'e"(.I"A rnl..111 Inll I Ink.the WesterlyMlioj'c Tohope-
I'd' (, \VIIliam -
now 1".lllf..r PKTITKlN. Kdlt THK To al I".r.' ., l.egsmt't'ii hid, ,'ibtiI Tine, of ...Id TohopckalliraIn
' Homo Address: I I'a II 11.,11 I, Urooks* I Ille. Florida14Dtx i. MISCELLANEOUS. 1"IHM.\1" ." iiiA SPRCIAL TAX I ... Ii.. I I I Persons havinu i a Claims I a .Southerly .1'.10. to the Hccllon -
Sf10"1 I 11'1111 w II lie ,pl-i Sellted or' I Demands against I Hald' KHlate: I line ,"' ',' H.clo"" ( and 1*.
I Winter I'ark Florida I :"" .r Iuhl. J last rIlel iota ofimceola V.iu. and tell of you. herebynotilied I In Township 2K(. South. ,,!: \29 Fact;
; ; .
I I lit SM.Irr.Kh' I mint !1iI.iafl 1-: -s -j-j.1-- ', I IH . I. ,
: "" TUSY-( < -p" UH\ > nui\ Joliun .111\ ". nt the regular I an.I re.uli.-d to ,im-scnl ancl.iiniH > thence due Kast iicross said. l..aka' to
-- , cain HKM./.I- M-ir nft* 'IH II pfi ", a"'nl"J tint mt-iMiiiK of H.ild I culled foi, deni.inds orcllln the Kimtern .ho'' Jimthence North
': = H ItO-lotm" , btishtt. HK Voii K* I tItHO 10 nu odocK n m. 1.'c. Jin :"..1. i ."o MMI. inav "hkhnu." .iL4iiiiiHt the eily shore line of said
IS- I I-'< |lit| I 4 -L O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW I..11"Ith two. ".IM. 1,,"I ",alii.I a \% I1Ilite I.'t7VittUitiK: :I I I'i I o.I l tic tt. .In. : I i-vnt TIIIF I i: IMATH- "Mta\ UNf ... county. Floi id.i. to the lions I nnd .15 In Township' ?111{ South
|Sal| l"or l in uoixl condition lit 1o f.i rim J B I It I > on itS\ n 0 n aiit >r OF \ "SPKCI U. TAX SCHOOLUIST1HCT 1.I ''''.-' vitned, i.x.-ciitor: of Mul.l entate UiuiKe.2"2'i Kast. thence: ; Kant illS saIdMis
i trl 'pax-incut' '" H..T" Mt ""haNf: I' .. in tat ash II.'I iti.- if \ on tire under I luoeaiH. from Die dale Ion In the )1.".... hue
: .
: Klaaailtias,,.... I I fIll n 'IK.I) rn it a 0 I 1\ I. lo..n.1! iv Ith ,hal i Wi'. Hie <-"l |>crHonh.. reprcKciit I,.\lhll. h..H Isltigao. II. and Kit.( thence .1'ldlol
_ ____._ ___ .. u"p"II/
h Mtiit'al 01.*', \\ "hii'h. von s"it )It)
nil' ini "' Ihl" one-fourth of I heiual I I Dated I I I.. ,','r hpr 6. A D 1420 said Knnic line to the place of be
Warner Building. Mu'. HclliiiK I I I li-1 PC f.2 yi-n i K I in IHIN-\ ill-I ( liMtdrH who I tax on J. 1.
Kill: 1< \1.1: "IVuly niliH ..r. ' I m>oil li. HK I'll.tHHI.IMIH UHl'l' H Ol' oil! |I"M isilsas "-,'al or ,p.-i-Honal |noperl PlI> within) flit : ll-t I O\JIHTIU'I.-l ,11"1' ... A. 8 Nelson.Heth .
___. __ "I... liolie. < o>inl, > l.ind fIll pr" I ) ts, \\11.. ,tut Inf.n"II h,n \\ h,T.- liei eina lid nn-iillont-d t-rrttar.) 'IHIItloli I- ---- ------ --.ul.r.-- \ 1 wsitn. Tvson
' ...O Of O.O O O' II, I n OeiuiiH. at < :.,.* ft.. ..fllr. I 11 IT > "u can I.- l .I. 11 I itit-\ ., l II \\.it KIHK tlie, ;Hoard.: of Public' : I IIKI uct loll 1 NOIKi.: IIIAIIMI "M. Til "1'lI1lIur ., ?Mcl'hallc I N Tyson.J .
.. -l'0111)1.i) IM I I.. ","tnvnt I 1 111.I I \\' iti*>niMinn ; of Osceol.i Countv. Florldn.' I to call 1 anel i "'10.. liscb.rg.I I. ". .1 M. Gardner
:; : : :
--- -- - ----- 17-21 .
ctlon to dilermlniwhclhii"' I or 0551the James M. John-
M. TILLER I ('ill l: S \1.1: Ch.aii onu hula I. r."rl" ---- .- --- follow IIIK d,, M..I... I'nllo'...h,11h. In I ..urf of the Counlr .Indite. Oseeoln4'ounl 'Alt. , ston.W. .
n.ail| iurini.iiu oiilcr., or \\ ill tradefoi SKCONI: IIANI; > fjoolis.! Mnltl ,. 00.11 '
lintifrht. ham, mi'il. Into ,, 1 ;. Male of Florid.. ..1v ( it. Davis.L .
CO'.I.i ftnall, I I l 1..1'.1. one uood pianoL'iO. nasal! ropfilrcd.. TheCasint\ 44-tf I list rIdlfatiItititsLi (C. .o.nH. Tress
Real [state $ a one io.*.1! u..\viim' iii.iehin.. -- -- -, -- --- ,, nt the .NorlhiiiHT coi lair II re Kslatiof Andiew Cciticrman.dec ., "J "Hllol ck I..vies V. Story.
l. ( "i. iil.ii. ..lh. t fuinHi.t.Vantid.. WITH 1,1.11 'Y1NI; ;( I'H'sx: ) .. of Towimhlp I 2:. South. liatme 7 T Kant.thii eased.Notice J. K IlllbcrtAlbert H K. Hudson.
.. . .. ... i 1,1,1 l.itir than, Apill, I.v"P hoiintt mal"! ttw "tinOM faslt-tl | htnu runningCH| aloim the Tn" n- IH hi reby K-IVCII. In nil w C Dow.D Robert JohnsMiiivln
,.1.| ,.... in, ,trvo. .,.r flirt e ronni for I I1' t. Tho T;. I llor. 1 17 South I ) Ouuimi ChilI IIIK to the .lh..AI. cornet ofTownsluli It Inlay' i one.-i".. hiit on th.1 lUlls hOn day I). MrKa\ DrlgKcrs.W .
Realty Bought and .sold. h" h.II'.1 Ii ,lath \\ife. M 1 >icluktHunI :5 i ".fiin PoMoflli ,- 1nSdh Or'hi ml.. 25 South, : >>,' 27 oT M.iy. A ll l '21. | Khali apply to D K Htroup C. Tanner.

I Houses rented. I 1-tfc. .. Florida. l (;-I I" South, salting the U.inue line. to ;the Honorable; T I.: Comer. JuiiKc,: ofsald II. C. Harper.U. I? A. Snyder if
---- - - -- -- --- the HouthwiHt I cornier" of TowtiNhlii I 2f | ..ourl as Jude of Probate. Itoberts '....rl P Hnyder.K .
Taxe paid and Titles '\fiift KOIt P.M.ROne' : Tlntz Klictrlc Wall. 'AGENTS WANTED South, llstrig.27 KaHt: Ih. nee Kaslalnny for my Inal iliMeharne, Aalaaiiiisra- I'. Uuggar M Thomas.
I I'late Practically" new At a reaBomililtt ? the Township line to the Houth-I itrlx of tstnle of Andrew Cotterman. Ueorge \\'. Foi. C. H. Driggers.H .

ed for non-residents. vi ict. Apply Valley (2axntte. I i HI.UT1IK: -n .:=lr'V; ; : "II frolu : east corner of wnnlip!.. 2.> South.ICnnRe deceased anti that at the same CV ('aphol II Hudson
7-lf 27 thenci: North Inn p lime I will pi.-Rent to said Court mytliil N. Ilr W R
Fire. Life and Accident !Insurance. : tn' !M dlcin"-H. fxtriit *.H. Hpx-fH.' E..t ( I. la".II.
- -- ----- I the RanK- to plaa'iot bcKinninpr. accounts as AdmlnlHtritrlx of M. Crouton Walter l.rlnA.n
i roil S tl.iOn.: > Nash to'urlnit < ar ...n"pll.ohunil"' '*. t-tr ..h. 1".1nr 1. Maid. state, and ask for their approval II Prnthrr.William K H.
Ttnl one llavne. nc\ ''"-paMM' ntfci "K '111111'n'\ vt. unt'Ml, In KI MS I inirt "'JO\\ irs I Ooldnton Fred Hulok..
Indemnity Bonds : I touring, ; < .11 liotli of!' t )h. He at bar.pain .'.. and t j" i Ie .'A \\* i: M.ikinnon. (Mtv spare Unit. T'nrticulitrH mul' ....m".** C. T Suiii" alt KLIZADKTII: COTTRIIM AN. (t. I.lKhtsey Bass.J. .
.4-I*. Ie. ..e.. ..-.. .4. .1S4S4 2-tf U rr..ITIH-.- fum\\ rita pan.v odav, HH: mphiR Th..1. H'at.Tnn F H. l.v..nAt 1.1 AdmlnlntratrU.NOTKK . W. Wynn. K. Boyd.
- ---- --- - A. Ham llowell. A. P Tyson
.- KOI! HAI.K: Two boVH' sullH 4-year' 17-2tx I. Id-nth OK An llMSTII TON W. II Harris K. W. Hsrrelson.M .
G F Kit IIIB8 W J. 8TKKD old size, \il\et. one dark blue ono -- --- -- ---- R K. Cnrl'r.T. For Final .n..r. Hattie J. Han IsF. E ft..h.n... .
dark Krcen.: ItilHHlan ntylc. whItecollar LOST i . A Minnlck II Tyner. W n..a.
KRIBBS & STEEDAift.r.rpu and cilffH. dftat, hnbl Nearly --- -- --- 16-Ct In C'....rt of ike {'on.. Jadare. o.ceel. William Quirk. K:. fj. AgneW
new Apply' 301 Main Btrect. 49-tf LOST!; --IalKC: Htlitbox' from a utoiiiolillinoniew --- -- ( oAatr. Stale uf Florida. L. H. Intirum.M. Milton I-ledKcr.
. h"reb"I" e'n Sonf.-ci: and %'OTICK TO ( OTItATOIt'4 I Stout Mrs. A. O. llede.
and ou.nIurn at Law FOR 8A IJI-on. Emerson Typewriter KoiKhrnan: I'I""M" I.-H\M HI 'ha'n- In le EAlal' ot Joseph D Jeffords.Notice Kdylh tl Cudrl. Mr.s. W. C. .
lilsslmmee Florida.General model three visible .. good .. neir.Apply bei of t' ,mu iii e rat'. KIM8In,',,an' Notice IH hereb Klven that hid hereby Klven. te all whom John H Cadet H. J. Itarnen.F .
practice In nil Mlnle sndI Valley Uaxette.. tf wil b. received by the Hoard of (Coun it may ....n..r. that on the 12th day M. A. "Farmer. H Gilbert.
_I rnlled "...... four* ty ('ommIMMlon'rA'or Osceoln County.Florida of 1 A 1021 I shall apply to J M. Smith.K. n. W. Alderman
FOR SALT: -"":\a-rio) strnln IluluItroun Chaniberlain'x Cough Remedy up to and Indudlnu 10 Oil A the I n'n; Rhr T. L: Comer Judge of S Flond (>eo. P. Gardner. r
---- -- --- - 1s'glnrtgie for hatching, M. on S.ilurday the dsti of Mav. said Judftc of Prormte. for C. Rurkl.HSam Carson Farmer
l.'i for $1 I in Two breeding! pensVill The great benefit derived from the A TI 1!<'I. at thofllce. of tinClelk mrlnal .IMchar". ,,M Admlnl"lrRlrlx 1. l.uplerA. Alexander Aker-
J. W. THOMPSON \ Kpart, a Cew' IIUIIH one \ eilt', oldat yw of Chamberlain's Cough Kcmedyhas of tb.- ('ircuil Court of Hald' Countut \ of the M Joseph I> Jeffords W Rnile\ man.
$200 <>....h. all Rood layer, Also Kbtsinume'tFlarida.. for the eoiiHtriiction oN-ceaMed.: and :: the same time 1 willprisinI H W H..... A. H. Jones
have two oclreln. houuhl from been greatly acknowledged by of npproxlmutelv.. six milesof .. to ... ( o.r. my tlnal accounts Jul lA H, hw'lorIO. W. Overstreet.
, Funeral DirectorAND Tonnohlcn., of Indiana will Hell at many. Mrs. Benjamine K. Blakeney.J hard surface road I In Special I Road .IM Administratrix of saId es- H. I.. F]. Thomas
$io.'I. hclnu 1 II till tlian: COHIbut do ) ;,catur I l1., writes\ : "Ch mberlain'8Cou2'h and BrldKc District No 4. and for I he tat.and fink for their approiDated / I .f J I l.lipfer. L H. Tyner.
.. I not ** lull ,to alit l'V throlmh, Hummer" sale of KtK-htv. ThouHund Dollars March 17th. A D I 1"V' Hall M. Cooper.
f II .K K'llbhs IvlHBlmmee.... li-2t Remedy i I' by far the best ")SO.OOO. OO I six peicent I M"rl.I hnn.IMror MAYME JKFHOIUI J. j. Woodilll.J H. M. Pfann.
4 d1 medicine for colds and coughs we conHt ruellnn I of roadH lirid a'sin -.! AdniinlHtnilfNOTKK \\' McMahan.o. A. L. lgvliison.
V'ftH'J.1-:. --'po-J-I--p; r..I h<: have ever used in (lour family. I gave Httitl 'DlHtrtct I "'. Has 1. I Parker.Joe _
LICENSED EMBALMCR I P.oonia luau 1 N. TTCHPUBA Cardu 10 I small Plans and H|>ccillcatlont4 I lnnbi, i xamincd OF AS'I'KK'S I4I5E. \ T. N. Clark.W Nemlts.
: forcroup
it to children when
. i eiils i.uth I nt The Oazotle ofHce my or obtained nt the nfIl'aof A Joiner. M M. Miller.Mrs. .
49-U and have taken it myself." the clerk of HI, circuit court of Os Under and by virtue of u Final' Deere ('. C. McCoskey.O. A. A. Wemple
Store and Chapel Stewart Ave. c'ol. County Florida nt Kl.sslmmce.Klffht of forecloMure In the Circuit H. "'oodll. airs Belle Modi..
I KISSIMMKK. FLOIUDA. is n-servedi I to reject any or I Court of ONcco-ht County. in the case M. J. Mary K. Turner '
all proposals. of S. M. Smith ("omplalnalt.'enu.. 0.: K. Young. M. Cosner. .
___ J. T.. OVEKSTnKHT.Clurk : J It. Thomas, d<.r.ndanl. h. K. J. Keen.Hoss Mrs. M. C..n r.
Ln LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS I of I Hoard of enln\ Kluned $Special Master linn taken (Irnvea. K. ('. Basset
CUnml"Alon'-r tut Oxceola' .ln- charue of and wil offer far mile, at Leo Neul. J. B. DM lard. ;
y. 17Bt.NOTICK public- outcry I.. C".lIt of the CourtHouse J.- M. McOnlre.I .. Vloetx. -
I door I In KIsHlmmee, "'Iorldl. to P. (I. Whlto.Ft. Elisabeth Cotter-
BUCKMASTER \iI. V.-.T. ed bankrupt. "'0 4l)1'ItA4'JltitMNalh' tilbluhest bidder for cash. < M. Hansel. man. a
DR. : "..|,,.r' nt the (',..-dUI... of Notice. 1 Is I h.lcli.Riven that the Hald. .1.0' the 2d day of 5lsi) 1921. the fol- W J. AI mon It. H. Dale
TIM-: 11\ "' '' It!.' 'I \I >T ll.. I N C lr.\.m" of OHI eol.i j-oun1 and .. I Is h. .-l I. uixii Hint 1,1,1". lists hiss .-...-" ihe.l land Hiluat. lylnKnnd J H R. ddell.I J.V Thompson.B. .
lit tal.I..f I .I.,n,|. In the Slate .>r lortdn. .1'''' ,is I ."al 51,0.01" \\ .,' .Iull ...IJu.t,. ..1.1 will, l I..- leceiMd bIh, I'.o.ud d Conn l I" liiu' In < IKI ola CoiinlKloi Ida. 1. K I Mil bam: lhtarr.:-1l.
' 10 I the ..1...<- ..r l.....I..<-i>i> '|>rll I ::d. II'IM: : bankrupt i on to. v\il I I the -.s'tenth .1:1\ \ l 'onilil iHvmiH","I-H if' IIHI'I.I| I'lHlntv.,. : KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOATII I ui I :>:nriK'i.1-" I : I I sir Mmli i \ I D !I"5. !I. .uiA.' I I li-s" I..1.," J i I" .MJ- ..i" n.' ,i I 1,1.: "I- I"'I.I.\H"'I i 1 "' I u I ill I I Ii, ,. ails I I,,, ol I ,Is,,- .ii-diloiK I a I h. 1,1il I nir', Siitllliliv.' the 2'ld l .1,1! si, \ |, nil 'uNt(*. ,.. "I < ) Hi) 111,1, hAn . \lllIiattu.:
I I... 5 non, Coll.H I S d I s, in I 'it 1.v'lln .5, 1 K "i-Minnie, I I'loiidt, at I UK ( ountyi \ "D 1 11121.!' ! .it. (tin ofln.'s nl.I llnCleil., ). > \\esl, I"tf.r I III, 1."II..i.1 l illlallerof II S C.lueiKlo ; : H T I
; i l :H.' in K.: ..I I"" T I.LM.;. I!I ,,ii:> tlioii--, on lisa t :'r' 'nil.' I tli)' laS, ofA ) I ol Iii. "rnciiil' 1 (''\III I of s.ilil" loiinf, the :. ."( (|".0'I <'I' .. ..r the > d Yates \ S tianlIsInS.!
VII ""( Ii. i I.M.I, iii- .1' nil,J I MM <>n'nl' 1 4.: t'Mi; t 17 |isa\ii. \ I D I''L'I 1, nl \ t, i, .).? I K In at? "K iHsinitiici 1'10,11. Iii I II IK also si.i.> of NI-: '. .) and t Ih. 1..lh. ""I .1 I C Sc hullItJ T l'i..k..M".1.

>\ mi.I a .ris .MI;VK;; I..the' liii, a"""" ..I .." Miatali til ti.srtl., .tM I Mliii. lion, of .1 isa:".I .." I., II". ..KIIHKJ.i .,"." 1. I ot the .Couth. aMt ...1. ofIh. J V.: Itolieinon' t It. Aultmun.
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I 'at.-tl I-IaI' 1) t :......I-, ::1I 1 1I l Iii. Ill --. It.tin fioni, T.imp.i m.i .iiiiv. ic, i :ii i ( < n H\\ ,"in,pI'l.inH . Noilln.iKt. iiuiuter ( Sii.' of SI-:', .: Wshtoii 1.lln.I.a"A.. .I SIt
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE -I. I- '"""'' .iasaI. I"I" I Ill I,-le I I a'i't ...It.'N nia.ill.nd, nnd, 1 *4H'cltl| ( a t IOIIH ma IM examined of N'i.l.I : I North halt l of Soulh.aHtIIIIHIII I I May.C .1 1-: HaK
: I:,,,,tI. 7, ,'".. LII ,' pi o\ .- then 5 I..I"'N. apr.olnt .1 i It 5l4It'aMiIauiItst .. 01 411I Avenue I :,. ii i 101"1 l I llnii I ",- 1'1'1 1 '"ft I tin li.i -iKi, lipt.,, and' tiaiiHactKllcll (tin clei, Ii( of the <'ircint Court, of i .its- sI| SOUI\\CKI' | |' iiuaitel of )SoiitheaHtiuati.i II. HI \ : '
Corner of Clyde '' -'I s T.Hi: .".' itli.'a| llllll' Ciii tin I I"'NI'''' etc ItS i eol.I i < 'oiinlKloi. Ida. at 'IxNHiinoi.'e <; ( !:: >/, of s\\' <4 or si-:1:: ; i ofSection K I I. I.CMlOV \\'. W. n,1
I ,; ,, .. .itial, ::) t H. Shuts" eM 1.1,12: 5 ;: !! 'nii) |"iioeil\, | l ..nit' li.-foi. said, nie.-t- Itluhl l I. reseried to i .J.'t :inv 01, I 11' Township 25 1. 1 29 lulls K I. Li'Nlcy. r. Tord..
and Emmett Street I I'.sat.- I 'aiiai I alas.a \.", .ii.. .1 UitiI: C 410.7. I"'g all pi opiiK.-ilH: KlIKII'liiehaHi J. C Wilder J.M"' S
t ,Ist. I iai at .ut 1''i; 'IaatsaleK' I'H, l .attip.a, ,, l-'loi nl.i. .\Il I II !Ii. fiJI! : J 1. OVKHSTHliKT.Clei : )" I i to pafor decal J.V MllleiC O VS" Moore. "
.'1':0': ,ailS. I."hl ItI II I P ItAYA. U of the Monril' of' (''"Si 1' \V .T. STKKD.: ; 'I"'. Tlson.It T M Murphy. I
-- -- --I '..nli i.ta. I 11,11..1 !'.,,:!.. 7 I r-f-ie.- ,In ltanklupli > "'. of on-oli, ( 01111- As !Sp.; i hal MiiHler" III ChanceryMl .1 iMjuliinO M -It. .'"r..on.
\11.1, I I"p".t I 1111" .I _._ I ).n"'r. ..'I..rll1 I7-'lt I .T" PLKI iii in.: F. Sfsslonfl C I,. lip tidy.Kmma .
.. --- --- Solli IKr, for ('iaalsiaiiufttst| I 6-61 t N Combs Yowell. '
.. < Ireult I'ourt.Se Stale f Florida
T.I felt. 471 :. . L. Overs!rcet Nettlu Yowell.Almcna ,
; I. ,en4e *Dl b iiilielal I Iri .ulI. l ... ''mill' 1.1! OF \S'I'KH" S \I.Ir \
ala I 1.-I .( 'I.; (f' H..I..H..1 A. S Gilbert. Lellner. _
CITYMEATJARKET 1.1.1 HII.ITI I'I.:!; I.. ii.i.. \ HS I ounly h..p.r'- Not o-e IH hi-n-li\- izi' i'll uiuli-i I J Nathnn Hrvnii. 1r. I F. C. Kdwarfta .'

I 0).1'1) Slaii'I'. iiittl lit S I..itiiat iso Kllit M Is't iniiKIm and l. \irlue of certain rinal' ,De- {:.o'I' ""c li' 'Irtu..r l'-u- C J. Woodall.F Orlffln.W. ,
Sis lilian i.iuitsl. . 2 taut tail' ComplainantVH. i-ree ,itt (Chancery dated the .'{hlut| rla 0nt (hula .nsii' il .ut "I SI liii Uflhlil Ih. C Itrvan I. J. J"lnl"l. J
I lsaII\ IIlual I '''"nNHN SlIhj. I.1 1 I It ifa '" .mil VH.X Julia ., liexnoldH.MH MniVli' A D 1 21. -< ,ntered In'theIMIKI iC thaI 1'.1 ('.aUlt .r ttat seas Is UltUlt.I John L ..., ... J.
l" "h.'J, I 11".1)1.2 III : I wlr""lh'' CV Hail n'HI Minnie H.Hail. of n{ Krlbbs' ass l'lsIllIsIsaiilSititvartsa't I 1Sti" rl..rtch. tlltda'rthiatt. or It I (isl.-e Alhln. Smith. '
I ii-.iii., tisi I "i-a, t lilt It I I"M al I I.. I The KlKHiinineil.nml.. i Comnany. J.m 24 h. I 1'21'' '. ' iia'tsfg'aV. M. easier Pat ,
hiM ira. Defendants "h"'I" .
,IassiI I :3.tatt; 1111'lIats. It \ hy aftld.ivll, n Florida I Cm poinllon: Titilsealtri.k uIzttuii' ,,,1,1"1': L 1..1.) A. J O Mratton H-1 1
.. I ','lIih. .,I'N tiC it. .ia'aaii) :II ..:!:t :i.I'i1t1.Iaiir appealing!' III the ; 'oniiany.| a i'Is.t iida I'oipoia- [ Iiaaau Hul II.MM ,,Itlt'Cisssdsitst...
the .
M ..h..I I ititetiit'datig r. 7saa 37"u. ,- I hil C.1..o ,?aI I Iron 1'1.. ItnnU of KIM..III... aCol I hl\'" ,Is u li-it UI"' "" wil .,1.., liar, "
U Fresh Mesxt and I ., t.. I ,tst ",'p"I..1'H: r. 111111. lIla. Hart.UM. two of t h. IIHI-'HI defendanlH lnnl" ,'J ( .. ". orManirwd In.1 IM""I Jn.1 M.II I.. u. . I b'Al
81.111gM. I I i'li..ati I a' :7IiatS: IIrntlil named are noni cHldcntn of the ,State lindi.a Ih,' laws of the Slat"nl( ..1..1.Cll asic 51551. al I Ih. "onl (1(11,1' .itssVuIt 1t.

I of Florida are" rcKidentn' of Fo..- nnd S. II. Bullock. an 1".r\ ( ilsiiit- .,,1 "IN..I",,,," I iNs 5'-
L1Ia 4H .2 tail lIt. In the al.1 of' K"".." Hi. Slat' Haul, of KI..I"i Ihl./ .utsI' 'I" ." I. Iu's't Slain- 7
VegetablesPhone they are ". ovei, lh.' aa.of IWCIIIToni Anl\ 11 cortanratlauts, It.spond'nlspendliie 1st 7s1.u 121.! .Ii' 155t11ii''" I liiitilsi Reho-Paste ''I
Stal' tiE IilaitIl.a.) ) veaiH. .I IH therefor, fit d..,..-dlhat I I In Ih.circuit 1 I Coin I of ilic, I .Ia ) of au\1 iuittutli antI a legal
C'ulIl v "I I ilit cailS. 355I. Sexeiiti-enth Judi.-lHl ('" ..11 of th.Slat. iutlC$ .las anal b"'w.n lb' h"ul"
suld nonresilient d.fenrlanlH bennd
J. ii It I Ill. a'i.Ii. l'iatshsi. I "I'' lh' III.." s th.- ,h.-r.-l.v ii-ijulred to of Florida) II and ...ceolaOounty .. it'll..It .\ l flIilI I \" os'ita.IsI'
44 nil ....1 Itiinlt I ale stilt innlHear thai ) are appear In that I. III.un- ful Maid "" Imp dt.-
,' I III "hln. <-r> .r ) rnlowlnl
lo tin 'bill of eompla nl filed .
I tinabove StIlt melit. .IH tine to thelo said cans* on or hefore Monday the di-i sljfiii'd. an Special) Mniti' in' t thlKcaB" M. rll..' ...1 I IntO I I' .IIUI.1 il. .ssIal'ostnt9 For Asthma :
inUuowlifl' anil liell.'f tho 2nd slav of th. Croup
HI! ol "e 2d dav of M.m. \ D I 1121. olherwlse will on Mniidax. t".oi. \ro\
lll.KKOM. Caslll.-i Ih-, l Ii ual ,. ,
< l II Ih. HllCKIItlOIII Of said l III Ma\ A D Q21 diirliiK .I ) .f 1 ..r.II"l Hul .
- -- -- - -- --- --- COItftiCT, ATTKST; taken confi ssrd bv 1)1"' .11 hours of R.ih the friiiil 1 door of the 5,5"t I sly .', ald totaLs. I.
.1 K CONNVM. : / as ", t HOIIKIIn KlHHlmime. iiHceolnCountv. 5%. II l.ii I. the hall nr' 2. "n.' ::
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING \ H TUNNICI.IKKIC: / ani.It further ordered Hint this orderbe F-lorlda. offer fo Kale and L.,.. 4. :; "no G or Block I Ini' 'I I I I..IM I Pneumonia
It, A Kl.nKCH I published. otn e n week for four sell at pilhll. null rv for rash ,In 2. :t.I 4. r. 0 7. ", i.'I. lo. II 1. '.
Guaranteed PlleitorsSul I thi folInwine 14. 15 aitsil ut ) Tats 12))
AH Work __ ennseautI'awt'r'ls In Tin ICIsHiinin.1 e hand: to the liluhext hl.1I"r. Ilo'k 1.0" "
i'el I"bed' II nd M'" "". to liefoie, inetlilx tleacrlhed prop ( .1',1" In l I. 2. ::1. 4, 5. 6. 7. I. ii.. 11. 12
!lath (l.i ) of April.. 1921 Valley in said Gazette county, a nn.l n.\sp"p.Hint.TlilK .- i .published OH. slut 'nunt.In. .", In-vs I 1. H.. 1 t6. J ". I U. 20 2 22. 2!, 2 4. 211. Ask Your Druggist.
. A. B. YODER IKUN P l.AMH.Notary ;Mnich 26 A D lf'21' |lokM One i'I. Two (2). ,Four 441 ; .hal 27 "I IIluC( Thr'" I(3) 1.sata 1. .
I'uhlic Six I 63. $P"'I ). Kluhl' H'! and nil q ,. I 11. I 12. I: . I It al" I or Block
-.-- -- (Circuit Court S'a\ of I'.lock: ThretI 13)i Mxcei'l: a HlrlpOne 11'I.. ((6) Al of itlot-k HI" iS) All ofltIaik
Kiuiminee Florida XCIIIK: OK \I'I'I.H "'.'I0> Unit TAItKKl \; .1 I. H'I.ITIHI''fC .nrl Hundred ((100) F.-i-t wide across" .., f I It II 0' Block Eight: I ;
Phone 324 : ). Clr.uH IhSoulll end of Lot Four t 4) nf "..1\\ . _. . .
LKW1H --- --- - - - -- - ---
O"'IYAN., ,, Hlo l I' of nioi I k ..'ti c (cr i) ) lv- ,
Solicitor for ( IG-r.t In.I.1
Notire IK heieby ul\en that ( ',,, rh' Inc .' At las ft IS' Coa l.lniRinlroad.
Mrs. Crandall (Iowa) Tells How She M liolil., puiehavrr' of T.n Coltlflrale, - -- -- ---- In I. n. Water ansi Son's

) Chicken LOSMS No ISM. d.neil' lila ::10'! <1jn of ..luruaA VO'IK ..: "UI 11 Hill ATIODepaitmenr \. \,1< inn (. the Town ..,f K iHflinin.'eFlorida
Stopped H 1 11V. II.I.M fIled l] said ..,-rt Iliciil'In Int'.lnr I' S. Land 11 as shown \, plat, on "" In When You're Nervous. ,,,rinR. rats kill. il I all our baby rhiU WT.h my office ., ud haH marie applleattonfor Of Hi.) viil Oll"p.11.. .... Ida. March2s. th. office of the I'ia ul Court of OHccol.i -

I'd known about R.'- n'I'| l",l-rr With ju.l oaflAnrr tuc ili'eil. to IHRUI' 'in nrrurilane. '' 1 21.NOTK'K. I:, Count) Florid-i)
kill..I..m.of rat. '1 hey won't with law : IH b.-r.-liy "h'.n, ..TohnAltni. JOHN S L
,'"i LgC w. ei, of ... \v ho. In, Chan-.
lta.napl..Uu,1"1 : Stilt) < a.rtlflsita' -nil rai i H lh follow > !c..ghmln. I l.seI.| i the cau'-overwotk.
t thI.'.b.drIu..llIhcl" illLileml, llleil inopertt Bltywteft In on Fein u.-u-y . made llom.Hlead .' cerv In "- Whatever \.
. oJ! .1 STKF.D.Soli : I. t1' grief loss of sleep excitement
awl UUaatcctl by .. SWV, Seil I Ion i.1.( Township _'% s I 11-41: worry
( 1 "d 1'. \\ II Karmei-K IlnSub.lI- ,* for ""\'''"''\
llancc 27 l K: Ta lln haH..e< ,
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\lHlon of l Iariiai.a M Ajl to Pronnert M."n. troubles
''nF> business _ _
< !:\ .1'U.H'C.i MT .'..rlc lii-Inu a i'itiI-Iti'1 Irlnn) of. I.... 7(1I ( has tilt d notice of Intenlloit I I.. niak K OF '1-.1': S 4 IK. .
fthi( IOI.:<< II \ IIIJV1IK. fOMI'AM't .' I. A: I ('aitl Ailil' I.. KiHMinini. City Thr.eoar Pro,of. to eHtnldmli flaimto 'OTI in I h.-ri ,hulxeii. tlitit utidil narcotics there' I .
---- - - the lanai bho\e dencrib. d. h. foieClei -.1. \ l-'lnnl It I .tmulant.
-- The) Milil liilul 'lo'inn' : iiKHeMB'il at the \ Ir.ur. of f.-rtaln
ilAtiof iMsiiaiiiM of said eerliflrntt In 'k Circuit Court. at Xlsslmme.Florida .ile., 1 Ch-inc. r> d.ili-.l I the lktli d.iv medicine that will help '
-at J.ihnston O. I1 riAHHET the ",..m. of. J It ijriivea l'iil.HM ..uldertih on I the lib lnv ..r 7uIt v. 1921.Claimant of ..l..h.. .. 1120 < iiti-r.-d ll. the <-1".- one JouDr.
< iite shall he redeemed ste&nr.Ihug names as \, ltn.HSeHH of Sarah .\ "oh..n.. <*.mlI..I"I .nt \ 'r'
JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW to hiw. tax deed will Itinu.tart. .-- ii Huncof l U, of LouKhmrm l'lorIdn itt,.. C Ii Funk' and Maude .M Funl, Miles Nervine .-
I on on the l 16th d"r/ Mnv. A. l n 1921. his wife pordentn., p-nrtlnt in tbCircuit < Dr. lilies' Guaranteed
J 1. 0\',,:HHTTH:1'1'. A. TJ. Sullivan or I.ouKhman. Floi- \ Court of the 17th Judicial, ,Cir Icdcl'.Lb.
Osceola Band Circuit ('onrt )fs-'il ) Ida of the RI.t. of Florida.,. Ill and relieved thousands of cases f
Offices: 10, 11 and 12: I Clerk lrcult I Court f >Heeola .Tay Addlson.' of l.fiuixhman Florida "ul 0..01... Couiilv. In ('hlncp' v thai Dr. Mile' Nervine

Building. County. Florida. 1$-61l 1L Heath of l.ouichmHn. Florida'ItOBT I. the undi-rnn.-Ti.-d. us Special Master of headache, dizziness, irdt.Dr.. Mile Heart Treatment
<4 I. ___ ..._. .. _ __._ \V DVJS.1Cit I In this "'ss. OL ",." ,1.'h.> J I l lda Dr Miles Tonic
KISSIMMFE. FL.OIUDA > TI1K t'M'l'KI. XTATKO: fMo.Iber. >IKT 1 t H.-ulKt. r. of slav A"II. 1921. "lurina the Ii bit sleeplessness by.ter. f'
Dr. Blood Purifier \
-- - -- -- --- h.urA of sf1. al thfrailsl. 5)00of .B bottle of Mile'
- epilepsy. your J'I
llUtrlet nt Klorlds. B..k- AN OH DIN A.\C K th* Cnurt House In KlHHlmm. e. I tat- u. Dr. Mites' Anti-Pain Pill
p A new Rourcp of jr"mfrom the r"pCp. ceol.i rnunt! Florida "Tn for sil- druggist and start on the road Dr. Miles Laxative Tablet ,\
is said to \. Onllnanee lo 'mend 'l.-iti... 2.1Mof and ...11. nt 'public ontcrx-. fst < mh In '*
*' ftndlewood of Arizona. In the .Mutter of N C Hi van. of Itrvlavil Ortllnanera of Ike ..Hof > hard to I hi' hiBheM, bld<,. 1''He followmir \. to better health today. Dr. Miles' TonicYou'll >I?.!
)Iiave all properties of rubber and to I 1
vulcanize properly. Ti" thf* ereditois of th abo\e-anin-' He It Oidaln.-d b)O.'r... of Osct-ola Countv, "' .. ,. |I'- \I S Fid Dr. Ki.Medcie.. at your Oru .', ,



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I New Goods Continue, to Arrive Each Day yo .

= : . 15 New'Waists that are real peaches, lit" all' the new 'shudes such New Jot ot Organdie received ; in oil leading colors and phHltI

}; I 08 Tomato, Nile Green., and so Olt. Re ulur price $10.00; our colors; yard wide, 50c. ,, 1.\.

low price 650. ,Buy one and compare 'tIle.t1. / 36. pair of those' Sport Oxfords Black Dud White, per pair $3.98.

Dark Gray Palm Beach' Clothes, all SiZCH. per ''suit $15.00 It will pay you to keep watch or the many. bargains, orrivil1 daily.r .

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'r.. x- \ (ON) TIM: (mum LAWN
The l.miu-K' Aid I of On PI'l' "\'lcl'-
CASINO MONDAYWALLACE I I rnthurt! ') will -Jiolil ii Hoi'i":;1 on
Tut-dav, t'M-imnf I on tin church lawn
I to which :jill are invited and t luri'promise"
t to I.i t-njoyablp turn
. a Tlu-ir I will IM 'Iefre-hntentx., A Iri-f
( REI D will, otforing! w II .lie- taken.

.' !I \\ 11.1. AiiD '10 ( 'IIIJ1 ('II "The World and His Wife"Added
. IN"What's . i I''IMIIHOVKMIXT I : : :: 'ri'xn:;: ) ,
Tli<- \\ ,,11I"of ')'c ( "hintinn, cbiircK(
n Ir, planning to hold a social al the*
I holmof' .\II. '. s. It. .\tIlt iivin :1 ' Attraction : : 'Paramount MagazineA <
Your Hurry"Ano i | on l-rula.\, (April '-- I
,in \i, \\. t-k. ''''IIIII'II'"I-' :.1 thiii. ,ini'u
; . :, .iftt-i, noon .\ silt .-1 uflVrinii \\ ill Husband Wife---An Adopted Son---The World-.-Criticism.
k In, tnkrn: to ;i-i-i tin rhurd'I :in
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'u;, i -mc-nt fund The Result- -You'll Have to See. As Rule Where There's Smoke
{ >lier) Millinaulo\ thriller! By (lie author of 1 lie Roaiin :::

Koad" and "Excuse My Dusl." 5: 'I i 1I' < .1(00. ): Itl'Al'II: There's Fire. Sometimes Smoke is Just a Cloud of Dust Kicked
I OK) ( liAIHIM.: : "I'AljnIi \
A romance of( lot e. l"u :: Up the Gossipers of the Vicinity. Come! See Yourself.
raxing motor race that opened llie I.". An 'I"I.'p'I": | 1 See the breaking. of the great "alinllo( dart' ::: \" *. Kli/ilic-t'i: :,! \\'arlll(! and f.nmlv: .j
,iii"d oionndo" Ht'iifli \lo sM-n-l tin'
;. Then see an unforgettable, climax, that I tied) foi ,t man and. ) ((Oiinu :!!: \1 I I.:,..". Th.11'1'1) ) I KMI11DHM1| ...1'I"'

)him the tub( :!: it-.nK hour and it \\a*. laic 'in the 1 ,
on ) : tioiiv' of that )ho-telr. \' it1 ,- >''u'Infill '!j"' ': : :+: : : : ?{ : : : { i{ :wsaaaaa{ { }
I A .that fanny l" ( will and excitement1 I :i: imtrlil' ;' when Iht-v I-ttlnled--hut t thi '
picture ur-.l powei ';!!:' >iiM ial i rtrb'I l i :01" -
..111).1* ino-t" abh-. p.iitialK .
=0- :- Xnin h.." "II't'I.ttlI1I'ti' n: irv I'dt'u u
,,,11)( ,lo "the all rl lag I lliflf I of Illl-llt-l" ;
From "The Hippopotamus Parade" the Smashing Saturday Evening!: I: '"- M* 1I.lall\..- and ft ,,'fI"-. "-m.JliciH-v-" ?. the tnti1cjl. < w.." t. where'she r 1E Chevrolet ftAPp l.I l.
rciclc"' as her void' 1.1 of raitMI '
f Post Story by Byron Morgan k .
Mil \1;( ; I-til/ K.- I'll MI It. |n.UH"] ,ru lines- '1.- /urn &&rovifc-

i 'I I lie \ouni_ ''''''1'1.'h... pal InIloll' i|> idhrj I lesumi' In1tudli", t s 'in w>iv': 7, tic-n
,,, ', < ,' mill'ennnn"hull" -
n 'II""H" *: '
I/..urgla.. \\liiic-, i hr) will I I I-pond| | Insiiinniei ,, ,, v ,.1uIe-cut.i il l , in Hi*,'nmiirt.iiul IINII1'1': ::: : \SQIKK.U>;',
: with the, mot In i'-in, l.iu .nlMis ..I I S.-nnl' I loud weal to I nk". < onVMI M(1)K CIHI.Il; IIKNKH! : t to Everyone
r IN SOCIETY'S REALM 1 . ,_ I 1 >., t tt'uiinir :
: .Ion/ s. :Mis \1.: |II. .Inn' -.' I 1'1'1 --fily atltinoonuli tin' m .t verplen i ;
,. :e r.::1"' ofupplena: | | . -nting the, pii nil- at the home ot :Mr "I"j1.: .-, S. I
l 1All I FIIIDI) : EH: HI'"IIIE'oTS:: :: ..
(with' a liatli nu pjiitv" I rh< atcr; II )Hulloul. last <-ten Ilf uic-r :i ir.a1- I
1111111.- '" hill ud1.1 for Ihl. \\ iis frjvcn (<,' the ? c-netit'; < III.
..I t KhimM. lip h.-nxl'tt. ,Id aA p"ly. Mis I 4. II1",1": ''',"; h1' i iu sun ..Inn the ntla'l \la- ,u1.u11 (.llo.| ., ill- III i I lit- utcii fund (ql I S'urt John '
K pOHHlhlt \4l 1IltlCt MUtirN Of I 0111IIIK ,"; hew and cU-.u "iitt-i., :.Mi( '. awl 1 \1" '
rt 1-nt.. marl 'In nuiluMiiie., rnlll other dixi-i''-'ionand in pintakiniul / 1 I' ( hlll' J'liTiiui II. un I" ask for "Soelety.'' I i ''Inmpltt.'n' guosts' of :1L.. ..III"I. I u ilit* line* 1"11" *uppt-i art ird il>,<- II! "t alIOIl'4 1"1'::<1.
Fnrrns clfi''o pioniptlv at ton urlnJcl I I I. II Injriam. I III I 1 :\1..I.Ixtt' -t"1 'I'he", Inches of Saint ..I"hnGuil.j ::1, A !t
<-"t-li rlday intirnlng.oOo. I onSednrsday 'I'he'I, ,.iwen \11 "z.15: ::(; \1' IIIXXI.R:: :: : IKIUKVI : .* u- anions a it-i'torv to baud : ;
r I route from' Saint IVtci bur4 I TilE I : :.MAMIA'I:: NMi uo on \pril, 14, at Uulork-! \ <>t etirht i
: WILL SPEND SLIMMER: Caines\; i||(.. :\i|"i's. Clampitt, c. ,II I I. : ,'* I1. A ZU'h.' .. lia-, in-fit, I'm on .1 itrisk, -an' clor't t I., late
AT (GRIFFIN I CKORCIAMrB. ; : the hitter iempmlio. ' I .'. t'4
e; Flunk .1. .lont-s.! nrronipuniiMlbjr ; 1 I ncliaMoiiison: as sh<-, us yell II in, Ki.iniint-t- on Kuiidn.v! airii,."'Iof fun
Inv little won, Frank, junio1. loft )I; her mother \\.i. at l one time '''v"1 IH-I, ,I'll"r: . .1. 11. :-\c-\vli\ ,, of A -ihi'i/ onVrinjj, will help raise thsum ;:
KifHimnipp on Ttifsclny! for Griffin; dents of Ki..imm.i tin" inhiitt-ii; ) ) and fnvoit-d! tlunu, : '
., - I i.\

l !I :MRS HAM. ENTKUTAtSF'-i[ : I .J!
1 I IIIE: IOKS CLAg.SWteicluy
J nfternoor :M"E" SHall 1
Jj'' .. of (Cl\ilc i\t-t'Ue. erte'taint'd'' :
tl>; I 1'-' (CBS| o( for Baptist: I :
l, DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE M. /. STOUT chuith, eif ,\hicli rlu-s her niece Chevrolet Model "Four-Niaety" Touring Car $940.00 Hereositioit rd
Pr..iJent Miss, Jo,. Hall I the horo'efIa item
Cathitr Vice-/r* /nf .
". 1 l-c i' I 1-0< work. and general l con ..
\ti-ulion, till the place, of thi usual
.>ro jt"iii \xl.ile deliCtot..indwich. BY selling 50,000 Model 4FourNineties"bef.bre .

homc-niaile-"A'rvocl fur lefreshrr.ents.cuke and punch These; wen attending : August I, 1921, we can effect IftrJle.; f

) the function were Mr Har- t economies in material and manufacture. 1'' t tt.
11' 1'\ HuJxon. Mrs.: H. M, Breaker. Mrs.N. .
.... 1 I'tr''I'I, I f fyN C, Uryan. Mrs. Nathan Bryan '
!!. 1 I J d,' .'Mrs. M. U. Carson Hra.""ArC. Chap- t. And we will pass these benefits on toy' ou. f J
niun. :Mrs, Elizabeth Warlafr/ !
W. S. Glove :Mrf{. S Geieer,. i jM j *: We will give you $70 if you buy an open
u 5:. f J. ( un't" ,.
;: ir l H :\l hill :Mrs !
} $25.00 .Ii. MLS, 1'.I !lest ;?\1.1 I.:. :'>! f car; and $ IO if you buy a closed car.; This
+ -sn-.l. :.M.s. M.: C 'P.r' .,." IrYPP"I. ; : .
o ' IMC Ildlunl'IIiitsrlA'lIFha: 1 refund will' be made on the purchase price:

h Making' that weekly? Von will probably! ; ) make : {: ( : - ( (/I I ll'! ', r of a "Four-Ninety' Model provided 5O.OOO( () I Ii

I"M'S!" ,: EXTIISlnOlf.: :: : I :i: of these cars; are Hold.CHEVROLET .
more if you live and retain your health. 1 Hut 'I 11.. ,rcl| I lv planning: ti ..--OJK, r.,ativtli '- I j ,r.
t tinKc'l: \ I'Vttss A8-0 'lat'or. ;, i: MOT.OH COMPANY. ,.

: after all what will it he worth to unless 1 J Jnh',, ,K-it-ntK! ieved -'it-e. lo | ,- .
i you ,).1 l intc. '",.1 One pec,,i 1. f -t'ure of'IMS :r: -
heto '' :M 1.- .\1 Ina |
of it in If I l woik will assis,, i We are local; agents for Chevrolet Motor .
J:; you keep: a part ( a Saving'sI'I.'OUl1tt 'sinilli' In keep i II.Hchest 1
':,'ned! wn'i! limn fo- t H I' 'ik;: ''f :lime g:. Car. Cull at our Garage and let us explainS .

you live, the time will come( when YOU cano Li" neetJOne ::
.Eff ( of the letter'feu' \ 'iei- the details of this simple and unique prop-
). make nothing-your wOrking day will i be user.i. ecl Il.iNtona.uiis I fioin thimmait t HJo.Vt.,>r -Iuhl'c!l t3ft: -ulCh,"". nt: i :(j: to you.KI8SIMMEE. f

flndh, f'oll1Ir, : ?. W- I"rtlufkn an ,
Are Providing for that time IJn\Y-? In old ')f Lake :Monroe ihnri: ir o e.'liuaon. .
) and a thir-1\ "rcn :9r'J., C'i; : I[ AUTO COMPANY
,iHum.. of Tallahns -thairp'"nofl i
} will yclu live on income or ( '
; age your your ..gishltion.( | 'llrri' s a-ili "r'rlI'a-:
thai methsh..l'. !'! i>t Uf rd'\ '
'f friends 'n i(m the' n-vv" of ciij'utior., and the <---x-: : L"'ra4-'ra+:ra''-}{..}er}{afraaa<-<..}.Ma->+Yaa4S4 + xoOo+->t'

f-olulii.ns l6pteo t h. fHc st itr '
t I Icaid l.tst( 1'eliruarv; h;nhi,.ep xc--
Hint,, ''.1 I uv this association. I -:-<-:-a.>->*<..:'<.,><->*-:-*{..: >.>aaa}a{aaaraaa aaaa oaaaaaaa{-x..o-
4'f "A wilful penuriousness it better than a wattful The fcllowinp measures: foi letfi1 ,- _
.iti\e) .iii. , have I PPP uduntod hyl I|
IT r extravagance. \ Simonidt being reproached with tin, Moths'I'cnehers: lull Club ..f Kis- f. Spring-time is Fag-time. . .

i parsimony, said he would rather enrich his enemies ....: I I .
fur i-tuhrishmer, ; ot f' a I :s:
Hill' > iu
j after hit death than borrow of his friends in his tad, the
state urc'Kti y departunent I Why
kf lifetime. |ii.>oiiitineiit ".1'a tate fore tJU"I,I w
State '-i-nsotship. of motion pie' .
; tires. Not -.- ,
T i :Matrons for" prisons and institutions .
\\'hiieomin, lid children ,..n.l l1t 1
custcclv ; also lepimU1" \ quarters: )i 2 .
'n i the .se\e 1 ( J .' _

f.. Bank )InwfiilHill Kill "making pifhlir execution un t Y '

of Osceola to |pity families. of prisoners< j ;
County sums" ac-c-oiclini, to al.'City and contlutt .- '| .,

i till 'xpin.linn of i pii.sonera i of, or the to terms he rct.ine of ;tin-' | ; This

IiiiMinment.Kill ;
i pioMilmir |..>nsion- for te'1'h-1| Summer
l -.rwho have been 111 service for i .
::1: Hours9A.M.to3P.M. .\venty live years or more. |
Hill nut ho. ;izfntr commissioners toinlploy i
each i We haFans in stock ranging in price from
to' ( one full-time nurse in II. |
1 linunty with pel'mission to make''
$6.50 to 40.50
IfJ pecial; levy for that purpose when" i

:,'. neecli. .cl. |I We also clean, oil, and repair yourIId fan
and ]
Hill to prevent telephone I
> lighting; ; companies... from cutting, I DIXIE ELECTRIC COMPANYEVERYTHING
trees on streets and public highways.
Bill to increase the age of consent i ELECTRICAL
,''tt' eitch'een years. !
Kcimil, guardian of children. 4< '+a4{-***** "0">** '<'-W'4<' H'ad 44a64aat 00a0a0d P+71ir'A9 ivO+D
'i't The Bank With the Ability Indian I reservation.Additional .
and Willingness to Serve DEPOSITS INSURED lands to be added to
.. the Royal Palm Talk. board of jcntrot: library, commiKllion; measures recommended by the 3tirlp ,
I' The club also .has endorsed the following No-Fence law; educ-ational. program I board of health; measures recommended '
t : Legislation! of tuberculosis recomme.vUd by county supei'intend- 1 by the state Audobon :Socie-
-- .- - I association; budget to be asked by'' ant and bigh school principals: ; j ity. .e"
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