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: May 6, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01010
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,I .PUBLICITY NEEDED, J. PROGRESS}h .. ON BEING KENANSVELLE"'MADE ROAD NOTED MELBOUnNE-KISSIMMEE I CROSS-STATE v ,SLOW ROADS IN FINISHING' BOARD' -SEES SCALE \ '

.:.AJa Interview ;t'he Palm Beach
.Commi&sioner W: G. McClellandr Post who ha..eettt .OFNEWROAD.FIOM
: given bya. man .
r &&INSISTSBOYERNOR=- HB>| :"' Ls, being snade;uflnIhe ; yr.vledthe'TamigmiTrail'solar.
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exCenslonottba-roKlPlWm. MID WAY CROSS-COUNTRY ROAD ccliii automot>iU Would go ."assures. RD .
In the marsh district, and 'lm sni '
Apoxsee\ la the people of Palm _,Beach county !
EXPENSEBILLS assertion that the coat
IN
makes the' ,that Okeechobee Road leading' to theEverglades .
"' going.to be ,very small in' proportionto lake from, Palm'Beach .....:...-.:. ... 4r1.
'"fCOy..or i_ / ? what has previously,been spent I in' : : will be finished," or rather Mean be Read.. Declared. Greatly Needed. Per ''11>.",

\ HardW !. la Fall Favor ef what amounted to but very little" RECEIVING MERITED ATTENTION finished" long before .-the:;Tarn lam I 'AccMtmedanea' ef Resldeat.\ t
a
' Passage, IDE" Meacare' te 'PablisaExpenditure -."We' are' getting 'along finely and Trail,is done. -Can be finished".is .3Iot.fEIstLak: .. It
0' wouldbe .
:'Aceoiut* It''now look .s if j the road i.. ,, V Itt: good.- rMiaml: Metropolis. -' _ _ '
.:. ?I completed at ..e .t far less than : I :
I. ; and 0.1 ... -- \The .believer in' cross-state highways 1" 'James'Smith-.was befCra: the boardof .
has been previously expended-
... The measure ** cause'county 'commissioners this will include the build- 79RAND will note that while there hare count,",cammisslaners. on Mondar'
I( ". 4. well as all munlclpali I |'n&,: of new'a part bridge," said he. "8- don't COMMERCIAIBODY:: ,JURY J ROASTS been' several thoroughfares certain. commenced making inquiry as to ,the status' ec.
'In the the full I and pushed to a' extent the
r tlei, to' publish press 'see' 'what became of the funds that : road which has been' planned *e-i
f.r and- complete list; of expenditure. 'I there is not one 80-near' IeOm- extend, from Halliard's Island ,
there but I do to the
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have been spent aeeg. *
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p'adeby- sucbj from" bodjes all la tax-payers,..receivinglommendatlon used where there for' la every'being dollar.received now:by being the i. 'OF .MIAMI URGING .tt'l : PRESENT, :CONDITION- pletion Melbourne as-that Saint road,Cloud known"- Klasimmee'.." the eventually shore of, East to.' .connect Lake Tohopekallga,with abroad.. '

% .hlt have eodere4 the eMIR tjbe highway. There's a strongwell-found In, Orange The needs this
one hundred cents'-worth. I'm : l' .county.; of
county
gained by such a course- "Full pub- going to show the entire counnty that CROSS-STATE ROAD OF- :MaRURNE ROAD ed belief that neither 'of the 5roads road, .,.len .. made apparent, for.. ..
alluded to will be finished for
*1icit)" will deter 'many from imposing my district is not 'a waster in .any . above some time and 'It ia stated that itscompletionwould '" ..
the funds of the public; ., several years; while the cross-state *.
upon respect; and if I don't make' a good ; ;
fu" publicity" will cause governing record in my term' of office it will Chamber' .,' c.-eiu of- "MaficGty" : its Oat Needed, Correctieas road extending from Melbourne on bringing a large w..t.he.megf' ; 1 m
4n the east coast to and Saint
Tampa
bodies to exercise more caution into Klsslmmee-whlch i '
I condition else-
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their actions; and .."foil publicity"W be shall. simply be against because me"every. Deplores Present Ceadifosi; Tkea ,Briefly Suggests flat Steps" Petersburg, by way of. Kissimmee. Is where. '. " .' 'now.. goes- ,""js. ?

. 'Will- 'nahl. the public to learn of the 'Commissioner McClelland reported, of ProMIsed Highway Be',Mad .f" )i.pr.vea.atThe so near'completion that-it needs but The:" 'plans ,*nd. elevations were. m
$ of the. receipts of tbp L .. the fulfillment'of the promises made ,
disposition also,. that I thework on all roads in presented by Joseph Johnston- county
. various funds handled by the several his .district. wai being carried fnwithout In regular 'session on Morviay. the presentment' of the; grand juryr by. the stat / road department- ;engineer, and were duly inspected
_..- rdll- matter. that will bcJ>ente -loss--of---t3me,'- that--it-was county _mmillBiC ners-..-listenedto the late term of the circulr conrt complete and perfect- before'.'fln and'considered by.the &!commissioners..,
fidel to.every member of the bodies. being done in a thorough manner many plaints and ;"numerous .engges- I addition to 'returning a list of months have passed. Every other Commissioner Wetherbee." ''was .a
Case have been cited in various and that there was not being waitedoi'e ..t.ionL.JJePm,. the unfinished'por. road, either partially completed or .troDe ,believer In .:the ,nad.: >.which, t
counties where actions bav been cent of money. tionsL. of the Midway Ocean to.Gulf bpth. true andpntrie bills, r e m- ,even planned, will colt an enormous bas,been '"laid out" for some.years ',
taken, thoughtless, it may be-but J Cros.StateHIg'hw.YI' ) and there wasa n ended that the broken windows ant sum to make-it, useable-while this.bout' arid declared that this was the proper..,
carelessly, to' say the lea .:-result-, Sawdust treated. with certain acid general expression /regret/ 'that jail be properly fixed; that. tb present road, whiehrso' much I II time in ,which to' take m> and complet '.
ant in a considerable to the territory has been found< to be good food for conditions were so arranged, that fpr' toilets'' be placed iaja more sanitary I I has been said and .written, _f8' almost the undertaking.' The. county: >I
-and the proof haa been made cattle when 'mixed with other fodder,. the present the matter of perfecting condition; that the fence about the finished. :I road superintendent.: 'W.''-Ashton*'

i_ that publicity would have prevented the) highway 'a* a whole- cannot be. jail be painted; that courthouse state4.that,be had graded ,some twe, ,.
'"* .the blunder The counties and the immediately brought about:! : yard be properly cleaned;, and that miles of the road at som. 'put data.,
cities will save far .more because of CHAMBER C MMERCE The Miami Chamber of Commerce no, automobile shall .be allowed to MAYOR MAY ,URGING There stfll jemalnssomeoror.snilaa..
the published\ matter' .tban will be through its secretary, Oujr W; WTingston park on .the grounds, of' the courthouse to complete :the project,,)and .th.... .
the cost-and: the bill is being recog- had grievance over the -biifshall be placed along' the will have to,be one' or.,twe:small
r.ized as one of extreme value. HELP OfKISSIMM'E present condition and the following street as in other' portions of the EVERY' CITIZEN TO bridges constructed to have the road,1V
The following special to The'Val- REQUIRES letter which had been received by the city.. in shape.,, for all-year trsvslj Jn addition -- t !I
ley Gazette under the dateline of clerk ..of the board, John L. Over- The then .went on to to which there will Be a. fill
Tallahasseewill indicate the desireof WOMEN street "was read t? the commission' presentment: I of 1840 feet'at'what was spoken of,
the governor of Florida to have era in regular session-after whichit say as follows: PERFECTJREMISESFollowing as ,the "Milliard's..,Island .CrO slne."
1t '. such a bill become a law: :. -. was filed for reference: ""'e call special attention to the The commissioners .finally-, agreed,
"With reference to the movement --- -Believes Womea "There is quite a large amount! of public road between' Saint Cloud and Oat Orders From State that-It would be. best' to. personally
for the greater publicity for the acts Local Ortaaixstion travel between the east and the west the county line east, which is known'as inspect the proposed rouC. prior, te _'. .
. of stnte and' county ofndiala and especially Would Prove Important' Factor inDesired coast, and the Miami .people are, of the KisRimmee-Saint' Cloud road, Health Beard Kirammee Mayor Issues entering-into any agreement,tocomH.pleU .
for all tax expending bodiesof Progress course, interested in the .building ofa of which there remains some eleven Proclamation the road and fixed upon the. .
the state Governor Hardee has hard surfaced road between Mel- miles In this county unpaved. This _. II following Wednesday as the. proper", .
expressed himself" as being. The Chamber Of Commence desires bourne and Kissimmee. oad'probably is and will be us."d Notice is hereby given that the time'for that.action. .. The conunis-1* "t ,
thorough believer in the fullest pub- the co-operation of the women of "We are recommending this route more than!: any other road in the week commencing Monday.May 9. sioners figured that by-an early start: ,
licity that can be given public af-' Kissimmee, both for their associate i to the people traveling to the west county, and we recommend that the I' shall be' known as "Clean-up Weekl' th.'in.peeUon' could fairs. While the governor has not membership and t.he' assistance by roast and find that they. return' and county commissioners take steps' to' and it is esp ally ordered that therequest time to meet: at Runnvmede ,Lodge, '\(
L expressed: .himself as to the' bill now which; much .more can be accomplished I register severe complaints and 'censure have some kind of hard surface from,wthe; State Board ,of where luncheon was I'Omlaed'' at.tile'''". ;'
before the legislature, requiring the this year, . -. us for recommending thIs. placed on thin missing link as soon Health regard g making all conditions general- -nof"those-In ten __,_- '
publication of synopsis of the pro- 1 Here is a membership blank which route. as possible. At times thisgap is 'almost .sanitary, snail be' carried out. in the crossstatehighway., .- ':"\
ceedings of all tax expending bodies, each woman JB requested to sign and "We know that you have the interests impassable! -and should be .PREMISES MUST BE CLEANEDand .L ,"
ho has approved the principles in- deliver to the secretary for associate of all Florida at heart and we rnmpleted and .we call ..upon the authorities - garbage and trash- should be MLL.'TEATMORGANIZES-t ,
' volved, and has indicated hi. hope membership which entitles each one trust,.that.you; will use your best efforts to give the-publlc the reliefto placed convenient to locations where AND CHOOSES OFFICERS
t.t'at a proper bill securing the' objects to attend all meetings the Chamber to provide funds and finish the which* it is entitled." the wagon can readily load It.* .. _' :
above referred to, will receive ,cf Commerce, and participate in road and have it in first class condition The presentment above 'prcxbieciiWan I especially urge 'that an ''earnes:0operation Preliminary steps were' 'taken (on.
.;ir the approval .of the Ieglslature.7COMMISSIONERS' the! work of the organization. Thefee'will .-s early as possibre, and by so approved by the entire body of be given this clean-up Friday evening for the formation of.
go'a tang way towards helping -' doing win the approval of the. motor- the grand'jury, and. was signed!\ by week and I would suggest that old a ball team in .Kissimmee, and the
t MEET in advertising and getting Kis ing public." the. foreman. John, W., Thompson. fences ,and all 'objects note an Improvement matter of having. a club,thiuughthe< ,
1'-. HANDLES USUAL TOPIC simmee in proper shape to entertain be taken away. summer seems to be the general'do.
OF COUNTY POORFARM tourists the 'coming winter. I H. R. MAY. Mayor. sire. At the meeting! heltLrSpeedy"*'

( COUNTY BOARD SEES JOLLY CHEERS DUE 'MRS. BASS--- AGAIN WINS Alveywas selected as manager:

No session of the county commissioners ________.. Vernon' Fortesecretsry; and.'Sheldon
DateKisaimmee _.___________ CUSTODY OF HER DAUGHTER I "* r
unless the j ''Johnson treasurer- ,
would b6 complete .
matter of the poorfarm was taken Chamber of Commerce PRESSING NEED OFCROSS"STATE !WORX PROGRESSING' ---"-- -' "- Practice'has''alre. ,.commenced oa"

.... up. Chairman'Overstreet slyly en- Please enter-my name as an associate Several weeks ago: ; Mrs. Fred M. the tr-ou --the grounds,,being .lo'
.' prior to the moment that CommisrKioner Chamber of Commerce, for which I ROAD PAVING AWFUL GAP her home irt Jacksonville) and ; and nearly, every afternoon .at '
oW: Hansell commences with his am enclosing .$1.00.) decided to carry her little daughter, slate hoar' maybe l seen*the' boys'

"let's touchr-on the matter of the .. ; .. who 'wall given into h custody several sweating .out, and getting busy. ,' The
puorfarm for a minute;" and- immediately Name______._________-. ._._ ___ ,Commissioners Will Use Every Effort Work of Pradnc;;;... River Screen- years ago' when the divorce decree management ha hope. that anaments *
Commissioner Wetherbelp was granted. At- Orlando, the "may' be made for ,a game oa.
. chips In. with\ "I'll say we should." ,Address___;.____,_..___i._-.-_ .to Discountenance.- Delay in Con,. inn ea ;Road in Cape Breeze; District :father of'the child entered the pull- the afternoon: of 'Thuraday,,''Ma7 19.
{ At occasional Intervals the two'"will plefiaff Highway'' i i., Profreu man.'so it is stated, and forcibly took
transpose their actions; but'in either VICTORY MEDALS READY the child front the mother, and she CONSIDERS KISSIMMEE

event Commissioner Bass griris:' the NOW FOR DISTRIBUTION ,At the, regular meeting of the . Two, cars ''of, fine road material arrived was',brought back to Kissimmee.' . PLENTY.. .. GOOD. ENOUGH
v, chairman 'sighs, and CommIs'ioner1cCieIlandkeepa county' commissioners on" Monday the in KUtsimmee Tbcsday. noon Immediately suit) was instigated I .' : '- '.. ... ..
on' toying with his Florida furnished its full share of matter of -completion of the Midway and work commenced immediately in by the. mother, through her.:; attorneys Archie McClaln who left, Klsaimme o
penciL' '. ' the heroes who made the supreme Ocean' to Gulf Cross-State' Highway hauling the same to the'' highway to regain possession of the. several! months since with Marion -
Monday.a demand was made -tttattne sacrifice in the great war-979-and wan taken\ up, and the following which leads through the Cape Breeze' girl, and a habeas corpus! issued from Carson for the purpose of giving
of the county teams should be their names will live as long as the i olutions were unanimously adopted: gap-so long an unsightly and* Impassable the court. The case, upon being Texas the MO 1ee overt*,, has returned ''
loaned to th, two commissionersjwhowere republic endures. Twenty.eigM'o.f "Whereas: Jt has been 'brought to! I thoroughfare. Three cars of heard, resulted in Mrs; Bass again to this city. Th. two looked at many
endeavoring to put the pjjor- ficers and 951 enlisted .men comprising the attention of the board of county I the same material whi-h left the being given the custody, of her points In the Lone Star--state-Vat ____
farm property on a partlally-payifag this noble band came from every commissioners of' Osceola county quarries two days' previously.to the daughter, by Judge C. 0: Andrews, nothing seemed as good'..to McClaia
basis. The desire is-to put the place corner of Florida, from Key West to that'' the members do not appear to .IJiptneDLalready at hand-the. three I and Mrs. Bass and the little daughter as did Florida; hence his' retuna. ,Kr."
in a shape to learn if some portionsof Pensacola, 'from Punta Gorda to be active and:! behind the movement' cars containing 139 cubic yardwere were accompanied to their Jacksonville Carson dedded, ,to' keats .ln rod..t' __
made to produce that 'of towns with the Melbourne- delayed somewhere in transit. home of the attorney*
it cannot be Saint Augustine. Hundreds in connection by one Worth, and>has >entered :'the- insure t--
which the indigents about the county are represented. Apparently every Saint Cloud' road; .and The needed ret ainder will show up in the case to prevent, so (\t waa-cW- ante business..t that,place with the' _
9 ,..i might consume; or, in other, words, little community e.n point with "Whereas: This board wishes to Within ten days and will be placed .as dared any repetition of the trouble. Intention \of'na.lting' that/ his jpersmanent 4
....,r"-..* the .cost of maintenance in pride to its family with the Gold go. on record an'' being behind the rapidly SB received.: ; home. -. "'..- 4' '. ___ __

---_---eom---.manner.. _Me Srs,. Wetherbee StarrTha Williams_family.Jeada\ movement _undfjirthering:! this, road; 2uchwa&theJn1oiitIongyi: a -momentr ..Mr...MCcIA1n.repoytMthatjth1ngsf,
I and Hansel, assisted by the county list with 17 representatives.. Jones therefore: ]I the meeting of the council on Tuesday at-any are generally on the bum. in maaqri: '
$1.101 J
:farm demonstration agent Leo II. comes next with 16, and Thomas 13. "Be It Resolved: By this board of eveninsr by..the chairman of) the The rock costs at the quarry 4ocalitiear.and':: that,". conttiUona.: did'
... Wilson, have some plan. which they Robert E. Lee i il;! there, also King county commissioners of Osceola [street committee James 3f\ . John per- cubic, y-rd-each yard welgnlnjH not 'strike" him 'sufficiently-strong"tr '
\. T' believe; will make a success; if, they Phillip McCarthy, and ,scores of other county in regular session that we ..believe -. ston. lie also !Informed the .council approximately one ton. The freight cause him to forsake Flojida....,
fafl in them the county property will interesting names appear. the Mel urne-Sa1nt Cloud road that the order for clay to add to the I increases the cost by 91.12H-pr ton, *...''
he' sold .at an early moment and a -Many rifm'hi men undoubtedlytook one of the most important" roads in screenings had been received at the i and it is estimated that it will require HUDSON CAR BROUGHT : ,'

smaller, place -will be purchased to service with troops in other the state, and .that we are ready to claypits, and had been acknowledged, some thirteen hundred the tons of; .. -S ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
fill tho demand.Commissioner. to- Canada, some the nof this material to complete' fob. ",. "
states; some went do anything' i in .our power to assist but that company was positive -"- -
Bass continues to joined other aQied' armies, the impatient > in the completion of this road. the shipment could be immediately When this road is finished, as it will [ ,The sale at' the courthouse on ifoa-
grin: the chaIrman continues to sigh; ones were looking\ for immediate (Continued on Page Ten. ) made. It is .expected, however, probably be within three weeks from !day noon by the sheriffof that.tevea'
Commissioners Hansen and Wether- service "over there," and -- the time of the commencement of the i passenger super-six Hudson,,/,.which* '
\ ( by continue to appear::exultant; Com- were willing to join any organization workthere' will be, -it is predicted, was seised when Sheriff Farmer ..-
missioner McClelland continues to : For the most perfect piece of 'road In the I -. -
accomplishthat
T to purpose. eared &A invoice of liquor and the
HIGHWAY GUESTS OF
bold his pencil.TRUCKGROWERS. various reasons some did not give MIDWAY ASSOCIATION entire "district-and .one that will driver of the car; attracted a' consldV,. ., i

their real names. Many supposed have long-life. cable crowd of alehtseera.Tb *, ,
'.
CALLED draft evaders were found doing valu- No longer, will visitors to Kissimmee were but two bidders who seemed te'\'f-
'TO. ..DISCUSS., BUSINESS ,able service in distant organizations. J J. EDWARD KRAUSE AT RUNNYMEDE.LODGEI: coming from the direction of take' all interest in the transaction. .-
For these reasons the more completelist Saint' Cloud-or still farther east- The start-off offer when the sale.wan .
J I.eo II Wilson\ agricultural agent. of Florida's dead in the war i have causeto complain of the dereliction eaUact' was $500, but the offers in- '
is anxious to have all truck-growers would run the total much higher. Streitert Bomets Sesden flies. Far Held Btimgt Oet Best Idea Te- of the city council In allowing creased by $26, by $10, 'and finally _
in' the county and in this vicinity Few realize that the next of kin ward Success this important thoroughfare to constantly by n, till the.price of tlOOO was .
meet at the Chamber of Commerce I of a- soldier who died during or since I -- threaten human life and personal reached-when the ear.was 'knocked-

Tuesday evening, May 12 at sev the war is entitled to a Victory Med Much might;) be written of the session ion of what they would. do when opportunity ;property. So frequently has down toease. V.' Alspangh., L. H
en-thirty, ''to discuss the present conditions al. All that is necessary is to writeto of the Midway Ocean to Gulf was presented.One the assertion been made that "the Ingram's final bid .. ras $i*90. ,It i. .'f
and determine what steps to It the Victory Medal. Officer, Jacksonville Highway Association, which was thing Vas noted wtth..t- worstpieceorroad betweea-MeU". -eederibood-tbat.tepo..wI11.b..-take --"
pursue to handle larger acreages. stating the soldier's full bourne and Kissimmee lies- within to the "- ,
held at Runnymede Lodge on Wednesday faction. Following the reading .of recover price paid.
(* that if the.re..should be a the matter "
is a..fact and that
nam.eae4-es'uniea4ion. < the the city limits of Kissimmee.
the
and where the attendancewas support being given measure
th distant markets ,
larger production will 'be promptly arranged. officials have- become-'--hardened-to METHODISTS-PROCR
between fifty and seventyfiveof from sources in the state's .
would be the more easily available Each family will prize the Victory many the remark hut within avery few '. '
the businessmen of Melbourne, ) centre and upon the west coast of ; W EDUCATIONAL WORK
would be vast ,
and the growers Medal as an heirloom .that will inspire during.which road U>eloed '
Orian- day. %. .
Saint Cloud and Klsslmmee. No the1 endorsements from Ocala '
,I ". gainers; Mr.and Wilson this condition, who is eager is realized to the coming generation with the brief description wbuld suffice to tell I do, Lakeland, Tampa, HainesCltyand , there'will be.a pleasure In aw'r\\-.f Do* 4 Lawler.- 'well-known'- c ...- .

\ before by the farmers his ideas and I name spirit of sacrifice. of the magnificent banquet served other points, Harry Balsey, of toPfvel over the improved service.- Kissimmee andeverall-Florida& ,, has

put receive their views in return. There the guests by Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward I Melbourne lightly and blithely stepped : public-the local resi his headquarters la Lakeland while .
SEVERAL CATTLE-GUARDS . .
Krause-for it was sumptuous! to the desk of the secretary' and d.ntB-the traveling. public-- everyone
should be a large attendance. 'HAVE BEEN AUTHORIZED ,In every meaning of the term-and t.handed him a mass of signatures; I -will highly appreciate. .the- completion he is directing the campaign raise T.

,** FLORIDA'S STRAWBERRY ."-- Wall a most enjoyable affair through- each an endorsement of the proposed a" Urge .sum of money the while, efforts ;; '
SMALLER THIS YEAR Apparently with the belief that out. The vote of thanks for the entertainment finishing of the highway and indicating are being made to secure a larger "
_ '. CROP there win be no passage of the no- Sraa emphatic and from !. the feeling all a.Jown the SERIOUS BLAZE AVERTED membership In the Methodist: '
law at the session of the heart. east coast as far as Miami. Every THROUGH PROMPTACTlON
"5.Flor&da'istrawberry fence present '
;, Washington, May the commissionershave commercial body and hundreds of church. He 'reports that' since he rI -
is smaller the legislature The session was presided over by
crop thisyear but much larger authorized: the construction of' the president, J. Edward Kraq.se. business men and firms hi that territory An alarm at t"ten Tuesday 'afternoon commenced the campaign man.'than,
/.'_*;. than the last; years before according to i several cattle-guards, upon some of with Secretary Sam Brammar at his showed their desire to have. called- the fiVe department to I'fifteen thousand pledges bays been ,

. - than theforecast year of the Department of the roads being built ln the eastern post. Thematter of the cross-state. this highway completed at 'an- early the-home of G. W. Persons... corner rscehsM frgra those 'who have *fam--v. i< \:.
.' This year's crop.Is I portion of the county. The ria-hu.1 highwar...... Uie' theme for all talks date. 'of Lake' and .Bay where the entire and business;' i"
Agriculture. A.fJrr Uy'1tsri' ia the homes,
compared of-way for the roads having been and :diacII8slona.and, Explanations; v fun discussion of toe matter roof 'of the :kitchen wag in fismes I -
forecasted at 198 cars, 'subscribed
and 118 in 1919. donated free ,of: all charge b, tome and there -was much information action was taken,with three ways caused, it lei presumed, jby a. faulty mm' of.large means. i have ft.. "
.t with 217 lut year therefore; is about2462,000quarts of the large 4 cattle eompatnea it gained by': this get-together'meeting. of a possible*settlement of ,the mat chimney.' The 'interior of the .room, liberally. to the funds desired for the ...,'
;.,. ,The- production : that the these also was !filledwith, amoke ,'tand galniae .et'r a '..betterequipped >'.tnUtry -- ,
: That would rbe Zr oald be-no more: than-just The history,of. the -conception and let; and it is) believed between ; T' ; '
''; th guards "be placed.. at suitableIocs* the progression and the cassation of three:toptions :onof the ways* will flame and the department did sues!* '_ aad '.better tzsln.d-.eaat&o' ':f: ..
: : ,' ,060 quarts with or,85 82Deratestothe"1 crates.to acre aere ttons la benefit'th /donor.;: '> ; ...1' the project Twa* given in fall; andthose. be a -s- An able ,committee lent'wor',in; extmcaiahiae.the .trouble taeDcy.r"JlI' Lawierprslaea'thsae*.*..., 1(1 ..
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;. 1'7. compared! : totthe"acre '. b'j. 'J'lc' .-beat11d not hesitate-to. was named-and will proceed along i Mr.. ;Persons. wa. :entertaining'frIsnd mlr.jn-eea for tae great assistance "
77 .crates .
last'year.'and i : ill.lia s 'determined and -aD 4 when she waa. notified of the reed r\ cognlrlng-that it-ia <*.., .VV.tbrouffe. :
strawberries BarL Ji"p, nt ofthei.- -what'they-knew.j Thepresence upon- ,
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this in1918.7MiI..was. ::1.The iplaced,at ,1,060'acres; .i iaiae .'Chamber;' f'' Commerce.: returned J> of\ the :ffkials*: of .,Oc ola ,county with:no tees' of tima.....D talUwUl be'veII' fire' by a neighbor; when *...-turned svoraWenotices. ._' ia tb*

':!, /: compared::with 140'acres last* yearand,8g 'o n" Wednesday from> bud was noted,, and ,their participatJoB'inthe '- Ia*-nt: )>e ,progr *s; of teri ia-an *Iarin.1'b.; lose waa'fufly.eOv.' -- _ervo...?.. .the. state' .,, rt'7.that ::; .... at:".,. ,\, t
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\ *,. THE ,tOSSIMMEE VALLET :CA2ETTE,.,FRIDAY.- MAY i. 1'21 wo .

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WITHIN_N aTTEN .DAYS ,.BUT..c.ANNOTaNLARGE. ,: -- : IT. .1DPYAnoonx'RGAINS ,
i THE
WATCHER
'IT.. G. Staton, who owniTthe---eon: The" -. eting'epleode of the ; ;,

trolling interest In the prospective council meeting -on Tuesday evening! 1 16- POUNDS LuKY
Merchants and. Farmer Bankof -
wall when J. M, W.illion made application -
Kissimmee as well' as ,having a title place new screens and aomo Yesterday was. the first Thursday
tothe, building ih' which the 'Inatitu" new woodwork upon the.little buildIng _A Murphy! Feared A Breakdown But5.ys half holiday ,'of this sevicm and a

tion will'' be\locate l, wasj. in Kissimmee -' located in the' triangle at the.ex Health-Wat Restored By TakIng" bnjwWof! grateful- clerk's were turned
on :Wednesday and announces tremity of Broadway which ban been loose to role lit, ",.1.] STRIKE
that the bank win he for business a. lunchroom Tanlac'C
at, an.'early'date.There .open' explained used jk that) the'pl'OJX"rty; Mr. .WiUson wascoatinghnr ,.Samuel Compers;: aged 71, and

have been several delaying 1 "Tanlac has done lnOf'e' for me' head of unon, labor of the 'country,
a"1arjfe
} sum for taxes
Incidents regarding 'the commencement I that in 'its present repulsive condii; than f thought any medicine could has recently; married a lady aged :38
< do,' for it has built) me up 'sixteen He 'hasjoined his last union iswere i
of'buslne a in the institution; tlon it' was' hardly rentable and he : an cigarette
said Mr. Staton. Much unpleasant i had rented it with '[the proviso; that pounds in .welgl" }>'and put me ,in fine so .to speak Yes Ttj '
shape again, -llaid .Tim1'Mllrp1'iy' ,whl\
publicity land numerous 1'h, unhealthful"lIf'd'.i'4 the.. city .would allow newscreenji_to ja?.enTt\rand moor ;;-. 'm-a-rJftB = VB V I-

rt'L'tUfUtfl r.umouJI'of' tn'g nWIK"a'liartt': ; ' :i of. the building which had decayed llVin&I .'at Semmole Height a/Tam "t din the fine home, of-G: -
Florida W. Persona
pa ; was saved from the
found, to necessary eliminate,the Mr,names Staton of declared R. U.Waring -..'might stated bo made anew. Mr: Willson ,''For more than two years 'before name-s.. 'A*..few-minutes later another r 7it's.'UoastefVJ
the was
emphatically building '
and Gates before I took, Tanlac I was troubled with tbn-ftraa n ade.and'one of, the homes
o Raymond not to-be increased in size. A motion in ...
matterscould properly .proceed..-Other indigestion If-J ate anything except Cape Breeze was saved from a I .
+ t'y matters mitigated against the' opening that permission be A'anJed'upon': ; the very lightest ;of food I wouldhave grassfire.. .Such was the record our
DURHAM ceiving1 support, brought Councilman a heavy, depressed feeling in fire company made Tuesday afternoon -
of t/Le! _. >ank-but conditions .
Thompson, Chairman of the ,
building
4 + have now assumed peaceful bearjngi. my stomach, my heart would palpitate and was a great showing ot<
'Mr: Staton sought to obtain an efficient committee, to 'hia feet. terribly and I would have awful the three G"sGasoline; Grit and -
; tobacco makes 50 the institution Mr. Thompson stated that an error attacks of IIhortne& 'of i>res>t&;">-My< G6 Ptlon. '
cashier for new had been made'a* regards the desir- .
r good cigarettes forCOMMISSIONERS , and the following telegt.mtroni' .improvements: What 'was to be nerves were 14 suck'bad'shape that The ;; .
the least little excitement' would
Winder, Georgia would indicate done would the up' h1'JHI aadri owe worth nfatchinr. .i
\ enlarge 'building, Nt me and I thought' I was,la'omR' to i l J
: '41Oc' his success: / which would result in practically ',have a complete breakdown Wpen things are dull and worms 'are '
"Our board, after careful! conald- I :
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making a new building.' If that was "I started taking the scarce (i) . :
eration; accepted .Vice-president: W. to be allowed the law would, be vio thecway kelrpn
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advice of and the on scratching.
friend
a TSh4/bol"y
: k1 .zo. L. Jackson's nignation., Wish to ; tr. ----2. I
;: lated. The building was an unsightly medicine fixed me up.was'nothing" ; : ir ;;

/efficient congratulate man.you We on feel securing sure: that such an he not one believe'to .say the city Che..best should andhe allow the did less than marvelous.: I have taken In ,the',lIglit of lift, when things go: ..1 ; ;, I

Ive-bottles now, have, avanlendid'
fill i- ap ._, ,
to poaltlon broods
s. capacitated any
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fully work to proceed. With ,- -
Of
and stomach to beqpetfect trouble hatching d
petite my aeems :
; I SHORTON in bankv He is sober, hon .
r your Thereupon Mr. Willson said the Let'a Imitate the .
South
) : condition, for it never good old ben, down in America. The uaaa 11
and has been
active -
;y : .FUNDS FOR ROAD eat, and.officer upright with,ulI.for the past an four- improvement wall opposed by 'Mr. troubles me a bit 'm' no longer And boldly keep, on .scratching.MrrMeuon ; of our people don't like it. It makell'f' __ 1 I
Thompson because it wag near his '
sb 3
) -- \orrie&.wit1Lpalpitation or rtneaa. tirdnr'grimaire ittcc"g yWinTF"man ,
tf l's. North--Georgind lie ads TttVt1ii r'ltW secretary of the .
: property. treas-
s of breath, and ray nerves are as 1 learningto sing tenor. 1t--il' Yea the
before the A.. A.
was r
There petition !
ii a Banking Companyby has.JuaLrecommendPd, .
lot a'pretty building-but he desiredto ; : that the
"j "' steady as, steel.wbT... J'jmaimply impression that Uncle Sam has oodles :
county commissioners'!! on Monday, Camp president.: : war lax be taken
get8omo rental f rom-ituntilsuch hesitate off certain luxuries
feeling fine dbn t to of "j
and Js mnrkr
't an
\ generouslysignedasking; that a Mr. Jackson Is expected to arrivein a. time as he could ell the tract and Rive Tanlac credit far what it'a done including soda' water, ice cream and Why they even write our easy initials ti
continuation of Patrick street be Kissimmee today to look over the the
; I have a fine building erected on the like This will reduce the high
.,' made westward from the 'city limits ground and make himself somewhat entire corner. for me. cost of courting, and will be welcome U., $. 'e ,:
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'* ; -and the road be made in shape to, acquainted with conditions. On. Tues- I. The chairman of the building com- nevs to the .young foils, espe i .
,1 induce travel, in order to open up a day evening next there will be held nittee denied there wan anything dally the fellow who has three or About Rheumatism _
\',.. section that bide fair to become. aworthy a meeting of all those concernedin xjruonul in the opposition he had NOTES FROM ::81. CLOUDMr. four beat girls. 'Our new secretary People are leaning that it is only y
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--, adjunct to Kissimmee. 1 the new institution at which time expressed-and things began to takeon is the kind of a Mellon that they a waste of time and money 'to take ,
-'L j" The matter"waa,'' freely discussed all vacancies in the directorate will a threat of being turned into a like. Soon again the fountains will medicine internally for chronic and .p.
.1 after' which 'the concensus jof opinion be filled, and.it is expected,that fol- tent-meeting-but, hallelujah! The and Mrs.NW.: Ferguson 1 left'n squirt fizz for a.nickle. and the voice muscular rheumatism. and about Y
f' f appeared to be' that while the commissioners lowing. that session announcementof president of the council called 'for a Wednesday to' spend the summer of the cream. cone will be heard in I ninety-nine out of 'a hundred cases :1
.,1 ; noted all the benefits to the date of opening will-- be pub- vote on the motion and the nieawore in Cherokee, Iowa. ''I the land. 'are one or the other of these varie "
'1" be derived there were not sufficient lished. -- was carried-and the repairs be 'Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Better. ; who ties. All that is really necessary to' J
'. :fund in>hand to complete the. work, liniment made. may have been Spending 'the seiion at'ampu I To the surprise of most people the afford relief is' to' apply Chamber t

and that it?would be better to postpone For every purpose for which 'a Mr. Willson thanked the council.Do are Hpendiag a ,f.w days senate hasratified the treaty with lain's Linimentreely.. Try it. It ,
.{the commencement until such is usually applied the modern here, enroute to their north m home. Columbia, carrying the stipulation costs but S& cents per bottle. Large

a time M financial conditions should remedy, Liquid Borozone,'will do the Your BestS Mrs X F. Bullard will( entertain that; our country hall pay her $25000,000 ,- size 60 cents ..
be improved. work more quickly, more thoroughly the Loyal Woman's class I of the in five annual payments of --.- - \ .
B The petition was !"received and and more pleasantly. .Price 30c, 60c Everyone should' do all| he can to I I Christian church Friday' afternoon at $5,000,000 each to waive her wounded -------T----- : .
TB" Sold by J.: Z. Roberson. proide.for. his family and in brder ,....
placed on file for future action. and $1.20. her home on Virginia'avenue. feelings which resulted from the lit-
to do this he muM'keep his physical I Mrs Annette Smith left on Tues- tle shindy we had, with her at the P. A... VANS AGNEW.ATTORNRTATLAW
"y tem in the best condition possible' dya to spend the summer in Iowa i time the Panama >canal was con "'
1y'w No one can reasonably hope dc ,
to and Nebraska. structed. This matter has been pending -
much when, he. is half Hick a good i J. E. Ward, an insurance agent of for something like fifteen OFFICES
t ''f"ts hare of the time. If you are consti- Lakeland spent Tuesday in our) city. ,and this action definitely settles years it. 116 South Orange Avenue

Osceola Hardware Co. iatc s ; get a package of Chamber- burndale, spent Saturday and Sunday give us an economical administra Oriaado. Florida
.
l ain'H Tablets and follow the I II
,. : plain with friends in this city Lion and made the terrible mistake y" :
I printed directions, Sand you will soon I Mrs. Sarah McLaughlin on right at the beginning of 'paying out Home Address: ,

t be feeling work.oil right and able, to de.aday's Friday for an extended stay in Hen- this princely sum to quiet theclam- I I Winter Park Florida '
f"
deraonville. orings o.f.a little two-by-four country .

' ; COOK IN A COOt KITOUN NOTICE Mrs. N. L, Edwards, of .Lake = ,-z-, _ ._ .. __ .
,, Wales, is visiting- her- parents Mr. .',

Notice. iM hereby that the and Mrs. Arrowsmith., Her two chil-
given
The of comfort
Blessings the lady who cooks for a family. secret
on
dren with her. .
tank of Ouceola County will close are
b on baking-day in hot .weather it the new and improved Oil Stovet. each ''Thursday at noon in accord Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Frank, Mr. and : j Automobile Insurance ;
I with the other business institutions Mrs.. W.: E. Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. ,.

We handle three of .the leading brands namely New Perfection of Ktaaimmec, commencing Thursday Joe Wrigley are.making a trip to _. . ._ .

Blue Flame Puritan and then the king of them all the Red Star second, May Tuesday 12, and in continuing until week.several points on the west, coast' tit!! At Cost to Members. $1,740,000 Business in force 1r.' -..:

COUNTY Mr. and Mrs". "WflttanT--Dale have '
BANK OK OSCEOLA ,
Detroit Vapor Stoves. 12-2t gone to Saint Petersburg to finish If there is no agent in your town write Headquarters. Orlando, (for ':
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u ...... the 'sea OJ'Iuand Mr. and Mrs.! A.
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-ooo---r ABOLISH BOND TRUSTEES Allen, have departed for their J'j application blanks. Join toda>. .>

l; W WOULD IM ,TO HAVE WOULD SIMPLIFY MATTERS, Island Mr. and home.Mrs. Joe. Phipps and'MJss : ''


;1 l ,1. you step into our *mlt.-room and see the new.Chiffoniers and Dressers the Dr.city:T. council M. Rivera'on Tuesday appeared evening before.. Perdue visitors, at qf the Kissimmee home of: Mr.were and Sunday Mrs. Florida State Automobile Association i'

n'a freight the other day. with an extended plea that as one William. Phipps. ,
?t ; that came'bating into town .train One of the pretty events of the .
lone bond trustee cut of a full boardof +v ooU>Ot U"to.ooo.> ooo o.u 00.0 OO OUOHoOH-OjOOG 0 00000-0.. '
'If anything else in the of Furniture three appointed he season was the marriage at -the Bap- .
you should happen to went way was being ov- .
tist church ,. .
: erworked. Dr. Rivers 'has hi8 own Sunday morning of Miss -. .
: : we .can supply*.you. No trouble to how goods. ,) business to handleand is an important Elizabeth. Ward, of Saint Cloud, and "

: figure in the .Bank of Osceola Rev. Frank Perry Stoddard, of New .
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,. oo-- . . York, Rev. A. T. Atchison.. 'officiat- '
County and he feels that he is
... ; overburdened -
ing. The bride wore a beautiful EAGLE"MIKADO"'encilNo.174)
'when he fills his duties,,
as
: '.;,' : :. ." '::G.: : ; ;' ... a bond trustee. 'It wouldn't be .So_ gown of white crepe do chine and r .........
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,:Y11,i-"l. '. carried 'a lose bouquet. Rev. and -
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'I' "" ; bad, he related, if there not
were
B+ I I( ., several
f'i \ Mrs. left forthe
Stoddard immediately
1 Thu it. not. a'new.. ,kind. 'of ieuii5wordbutthe, , .nameol', oap/lh t' other acts'of .denomination, north. :.
.
and there
not conflict-
were-
:i.i without "a peer as a cleaner. ]Machinists. blacksmiths autoiits I ing bits of correspondence so many He fre- the At Woman's the fifth Christian annual convention TemperanceUnion .f Far SU at four: Dealer ." Made la firs g.dee -

'and aU other whose work cause soiled hands will /find this soap a What,. quently cannot are distinguish being paid precisely and, of Osceola county, 'which was ASK fOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED SAND I
coupons
( EAGLE
MIKADO
held ]last Thursday' there were present -
real i he was 'frank at the confessional, by
delight._ j 1 women from Kissimmee and Or-
asserting that he was not, sure EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY NEW. YORK
'i Inndo, as well as the local members,
whether he was still under a bond .
and a most successful session ,
for his faithful performance. If was __ '
+ matters could not be differently arranged the result.from Six Saint new Cloud members and were '.,.'W"
; O sceolaHardwareStore reported one C
by the council he felt surethe .
r I would be forced to resign. from. Kissimmoe-and the total membership -
I of the Saint Cloud union was
I Dr. Rivers proffered a very easy -
jitljJiirtv-six- tho list of =
. _. -out-of- -dilemma He- planned given
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- -- -- 'that' ths council could call for the I i officers/ t'lt' tl'dIra' ;. J. E. Riley, of BJR.I1S ROOFS :
Saint Cloud elected
was president;
resignations of members of'all .
.... bond trustees-and all. he thought they 1 Mrs. W H. Coleman, of Kisniiiimee, /
treasurer Miss Nina Kis-'
I ; Bratton
would be ready to resign from
positions simmee Mrs. B. Ii. ,
i secretary; Kibby
which cost a lot of time and ,
Saint I Cloud corresponding jecre-
returned no !financial emoluments. !
I .
... Then the council could, by ordinance, j| pa meandice-president: atalarge. Miss Kis- .; .,
the city treasurer and the
appoint ; ]Hattie Eby, of Kissimmee, was 'appointed ,:
clerk with third
city together a party '
Brea < who would have nothhig' to do j> press superintendent. The '3 Yi ziI
"fa 6f
i; s
Y discussed "ciga- ?
leading :
were
topics
but "sign on the dotted lino," and the 1
t :
fOr "
three could be trustees for all the :j<': rets, "health" .temperance, "social f ,
"one of rnoral.l'itv .
Immorality, standard
various bonds that have been issued
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Or Lunch and "law-and the enforcement
i by the city. : .
j'of law." A bountiful noonday luncheon -
In this the burden would
way bej
I I was served at the Sefllnole.When .
lifted from the several group! of I .

Tfiere's men. they would be relieved from j! your breath is bad, appetite .- .
nothing more appetizing their bonds, matters could be the poor and you feel "blue" and discouraged UEPU,. I ,

than a dish of more' easily .kept, those who were receiving !< you need Herbine. One or -
payment for services coulddo two doses will start you right. It is
a bit more work in their !line- I a great system purifier. Price 60c. : l' :a tr ;
and the city would be the better off. .Sold Z. Roberson. **
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TOASTIESSuperior After a generoues discussion of : RaaV __ ._.. ._ ._ -I
_f: POST the matter it_ was Jeft tothetfinance.Tormnltleerto ,_ CarE of ThanksI : ; .1
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;. -- devise the proper steps ---- /I
to be taken along this line- .nd still am hereby expressing my appreciation -
see that the law was being"observed. of the sympathy and aid extended :

._ --( Corn Flakes) -- myself and family during the "
A MARKED-DOWN SALE recent illness of my wife-an illness : Here_ ,..Proof'Right :Here in '
Which her be taken to tho ,
OF UNUSUAL PROPORTIONS caused to

\\7-Jt y?. Only the hearts selected j rOrlando! hospital for kind.needed* treat- : : Your Home Town ,
What promises to be a sale of ment. All- were very

V' white corn are used in mak magnificent proportions commences I G._R. DA YSOr-l. .
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I this mornintr' at haberdashery of IRPAROIQ
; Is the best
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flakes of Fred: S. Gilbert 106 .Broadway. The RECREATION PIER OPEN wear- ,

r substantial advertising of this firm is of a char- TO RECEIVE VISITORS ing and best looking roll roofing-made. '
I .
't texture.They are acter that impresses the reader with '
the importance of the sale, -and figttta The recreation !QMr, which was out Folks call .it "Good' Old Paroid" because
\ ready to serve, crisp and will he made during the brief ''of requisition all '" last Rummer because

1'te perwhich' should draw an immense of. the removal of the foot- it gives such wonderful service. fl
golden brown,direct from patronage to the establish. fcriddre::<
.the with 1 ment. The sale package cream or I commencing as it does at the season permission of the city authorities

milk' (lof the yen when the many lines o1 Jack Sparling! engaged to put down '
and
Parotd
k a sprinkle of sugar I goods handled are in strong demand.A the connecting footpath-with the it &the. ail round roofing.W. ., .
assistance of some of the cit .forces; ( ;
Fig- ; if, desired.. \ "Live Aad ',W..." Policy .rand he was aided in "his effoTtliJjT! -- ----, ,' \ 0.!;.S'' -_-...B.;v-' r ,I.
William TSmHh AT; Rosen and A. ;
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:' Ask-F 7iemBYName How to get' life insurance at the St'buler-who worked _:withoutthvrge! .
; : : lowest actual cost,, and a policy-'un- until a late hour oh. Sunday.-'Thataame B.: Makinson1WO I Cnrnpany .
M have there" : : ..
der which'a'' man does not to afternoon were several .
; Mate:by F .umCerealCflJncBattlp.t 'eek.roch,. Idle ,to win. -William >E. Hand, 106 hundred .wbo tool advantajl'e' ef the .- a

; '. ..' 1 West :Magnolia, -street, "Lakeland :d"pj> brtunity-of'iigit1d visiting I the (PA ,..."123'KISSIMMEE; -' ":'3os1Jr dL ;, ;. _
.. .' '- .;L.1 .. Florida; V v 14-tf, once-popular spot. '.' q

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Y. & TANk The New York World declares that l- .. '
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r ? / THE THOUGHT I "the ark must havo been, chock full, She thinks aba's out o'; .luck -'

o' things-when it started on its trip.nI When, after days.And ,.day of fret, Over-the filer .,
- ----, dunno about that but I'nkbetttngthe OFF'IC10.I1O1JRa 147s .. RRaldepc&
: She hatches out a duck! > \ :. ::11 *:*
J' ar THORN elephant's trunk and the kangar -i * *" .. Pbe. ...t 7..., :,;, .

.. "( . ... ... o'S .pouch."were. .mighty... well-filled. B....'. A New Qne t' .:..--: '-'Oflct. ..... lirl
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--i. c "' . 1 Meant You'reAll Right -. Right 'now it Is asserted that: the '>':- '-,
EmphasisTbe Mary
Lucky ll Was .Warm It For island which much '
over troubleis.
so
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J Mary Garden declares and
Says the Leesburjr Commercial. t j WilUBtou Progress says, the says I is LEWIS O'BRTAKATTORNEYATLAW
it
brewing pronounced is
erne es: . Dog gone! Didn't' th girls, i cold which recently struck.tbat sec. usservates, t.haL"he is"very: fond of as ,
spelled Nossir. Th'
-Yap. right
Ji: the Porncd bet and cabbage, By heck way
look sweet 'in their new bat t jtion dAtnmaged" ucum.ber.crop Is to speak of it as. if It were spelled! .
Mary two "uns loulmat..aand
about "I we are -- ,
and silk stocking Easter twenty percent. presumethe
Y-o-p Yop. Rhymes with ,don-
rnorninjrT editor felt just that way when he" soulmates right also and moreover slop Warner Building.\

: :, 'drinke' : Well, W8sl\'t. there something?more 'wrote. it "dnmmag"' .....* yassum.. '. f., cherknow.. - .. .... ... -, __ .-- .- -' .--
to.'that "dog jrone" costume 7 What + *' ** *" 1t.Mighty 0<
I : '" *. Them Good, Or Day.' ;, Little! Protection .'
; ORANGEQuality "j Something' Crooked'Somewhere Thu: TltunviUe. ,,Star-AdvbclltU1Skli! : It used:to be that when a.jtlrl'saw
lU a mouse rup about the room she'd Control l-White Fly and Sealer
An Orlando firm is advertising "Do trees grow at nlfrht? I'm surf . .. ..
I handling odds..andenda_ I -dan x> _but._thr*_were times',., not ump,on a tnbleand W1'IIP.htr skirts. ., -- -
GRUS -! ..ef.J: i : jU-a: !Jiiij'ji' ,: :'..I,I :;j II'' 1I,, "; -'ll : ::; igj pE5fancy JttrulF
.4 tires are. worth." If that' 116 ,the (would 'become so 'ennniallej overnightS I now; Annie; not now.. Should she uce- ,, > ,
,.1..1' that attemptsuch ", < : :' case it; would appear that the firm pet even the container h
of must sell 'em for more than they're could be found. in the morning "Uh-; ns well protected as the tobacco in ; ... t. "
Quality "deliclousne' i worth-*lae the rent never. would be, hob. a cigaret in protected by the tissue- SO.UBa
', and paid. What T. # .,'paper. Anyway, a mouse Is different S&Sftg
bav -made Wardrs'oe .* *. Another Paper In Brevard in these days from a man: a mouse Niagara f "Compound ;:t a71

f I' Crush' Lemon*Crush and Safe Wana'.t. : Really Safe I Again has the Record, of Eau Gal- face isn't delighted socks which with leave those nothing sheer.open-for, WITH ., .' 4
Down in Miami last Friday 'night I lie, been revived-this'time\; by W. A. I
b Lime-Crush the' McArthur and the first issue as allfirst the Imagination. I'll ejaculate ho'IlIn't "
i. j largest sell stole. :! safe ;
someone a 2000-pownd: Schnarrs '
: I thank 'Spray Formula!
issues look. mighty good. It I you. : .;
l"frW ing1\*carbonated,:;fruit' drinks{ from the' freighthonse of the Flagler If I I is*to be hoped; that sufficient: patronage * "
System: -withabout f OOO In it. i i '
,. In the world. the folks down there are riot en the may be tendered the m'anr with I'll Tickle His Funnybone This Economic Combioaiioa Spray foe' .f
vision to enable him' to meet thepa".rOJlalld the Tribune White Fly. Seals Intectt and RIM Mkthese .
Tampa
1 lookout some niarti will! lug off the 'a. Says :
I.eefrke.r.ffminmAwBottled city hall some afternoon-und. go make good in. all ways The strawberry, In. 'cash control dectnictive pc.ta. protects r-
[ .. tree againtt their
.The K1881mmcc'Valley ryvsges.1jse4
back for the Dade courthouse cropsays .
; : ::___. ; by 'later In the day. county Why Chant Tfcl'System. Gazette. So is the *. directed !ncKMci the-yleU'S.1 i ii11811t1G
.111 i According to the Lakeland Adver- potato crop and the tomato 1h produce more boxes of bright,'froey tnStwfakh ,
r: .{r COCA- OU. BOTTLING .tiser there is to be.a radical! change Von, and the melon crop! -' -a slwsyt commands a higher jriee.. F

WORKS I Just" --Where's IV LineSame that in, thins.. "Lakes to have seats' on in Florida.! " i 'Writ. fee. tn* espy of MH .dilfaa ell
1M states' are declaring no shorts, the Advertiser advises Idon't. ," Whcreja'get' that habit o' -m ktnr 8ekanaapgp..k.dwwlwA..WJ.
,. Pane. film shall be shown wherein Clara I I 1 4 '
Ao. 'eee' the use of that. Why can'tthe humor of every bright remark found |
Ilk t nr'" Smith-HAmonyppeHM' -thUs -insinuating Of- lakes be satisfied with lying ink i it.h.lr in this column 7 For several WHkl1 i & CO.r: ,
"the SCHNARR
she is
worst ever. let I .
courseIt4sknownthatshemurderedher Beds--and, the real human j the tribune has agreed with .
I" ---. beings occupy'the seats on the to a certain point-then it tries to.1' ..
;' lover-although'" the jury said shores? does ) I ..- Specialists.in Sprays Sprayers &.Spraying.._ I
:\ t'If' Why the Advertiser; slide for home on a foozle. I'm willing a
.t,, she didn't; but, aside from that one desire te stir up a. mess cf stuff? I, to admit that even the tourist | ORLANDO FLORIDA
she sumds in the .
rifling act, name ,crop is a cash c'Op'In this state-I I z
class with a doen or more "highgrades" work- Pity The Sorrows T, etc .. I but at that the Tribune mun ,-allow Otceola Hardware Cwnpaar, Local AfemU, IC;...., ... ..,
their .
who
delight, by .. . ..
.I notice that all the friends{ of that the cash .for some crop Come '
;. . > fore the camera millions of people I mine 'who drive to Kissimmee from sooner than in other instances. Oh'.. I
every week. Clever men and cleverwomen West Palm, Beach to have [ um. 1
ire seldom and, appear _
paragons; I consumed all the disposition and -' r __
'. really! no one ever tefuoes. tut ride pepthey' .
had In' .their when .
they ,
In automobile merely because tb- .flaps}? " '.
an
left that .thriving .village. Theyrrached
\ "
who-made the tire 'wicked ,
'. man was a this city no dry >hat if they I.. : K
heT
sort critter, does
of
''f. should spit on'a parlor match thcre'd"be .{.,
conflagration. This gives me a .
S
i The Vilest Of Huntsna I hunch th.ktbey. are no longer" friendsof
If .1 1 owned a two-bundred-acre I mine. Yassom. '
I,farm ana the property was infested' 55" *
I with rattlenalx, tarantulas and It's A Dan r<*"1I Practice The ialeofa <<1Q9- : j

,,skunks I'd hunt up that man W.< R. Says 'th* Orlando Reporter-Star: .
7' 'Parsley and give Mm(another <7b to '. Phillips had "The Womanin
walk all over the place.: The prop- Hia House" ','
yesterday
: . ; ReiioPasleFar erty would thus quickly) be cleared! of Better cut out that work.-ChUlips. . ..- - wilh. 9 xnoi'alTim .. -. -. .-- --- -- .:,...:- '
the other vermin because they That isinOrlando. AntherOrlande : 'ic
couldn't stand.. Then I'd ; '*
Parsley. man, a. understand it, had a"woman '"
fumigate tho .tracks mad by this .b
in his house" not very
f' traducer *f 'wom -this man who long ap.-an'' i by heck, there was .. h
: Stiff Joints, [makes love to women and gets them some enigmatical shooting/ an' a lot THCMK'S AN Old gas. MY CUB to slip line. .
'" f fr a compromisingposition and of all-'round trubble has' resulted.! . .
tglo.ta l about how he earned 975 by Err well, Orlando 'pears to be some THEY USED to pull A. "' ,clcarotte. ;. rAND

. r: \\4. Sprains, Strains land hat courtthe again8L..tJI.- hope- up, at times, don't you think? " AFTERbe'd "
after place would be ,# * SO OLD that nowadays. takaL
, ,all right. Nevrr before hass 1 Lead. Well. Ilew About It .' .- -- -.. -...'.. .- ---- -

:: Ask Jour Druggist 'of- a man who wouldn't even perjure' JI..,/..Jirl h.A.peacharina PEOPLE; THINK ifa,new.. A AG.OOQ.puU. or two.. .
: himself to make lh. ironffna trig the Mine is somewhat grim- ; Q e . i "
.
INTO Hit ConstHutlom.HI '
. i ease wholly blameless. Parsley Jim's girl 'wears a dash\ of color- ABOUT THE man who bad. . '
.
t . ._ _ _.. ._..._ ., .. T Fauyhl t__. __ ._._. . __ . Jim's Mine girl la knows'far too the pVim latest; dances: TO SHOOT" 'his. dog. GRINNED. '. .aad aala.. .

Mine reads, printed pages; . . I 'THE ONLY way ....- r
Jim's trills thO -Iatellt AND A friend asks. . .
girt jazz--
.
.
. .
i Mine sings "Rock of Ages." WILL EVER make yon *aa..i.il
i-: I. : Jim's girl wears silken stockings WAS THE dog madr .. .

f W Mine in' garbed in lisle; THE'first l IL, THE..a.,. .. .' ,
AND guy. a'
Jim's girt wears waists of "see-me, I Iv
: . '. .
Mine dont care 'for style. YOUR FRIENDS eat ...

: Jim's girl's gown is mighty skimp- SAYS, -WELL. ha waant. * Ih
. .i got.
ONLY hope
you
.I Mine wears longer dresses a
: COMPLETE ; .- .
., mar Would. I'trade my girl for Jim's? SO DANG. Veil. pleased. A COUPLE of packs. *
r Oh, gee! Send in your guesses! .
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... AND A chap told we. ----.
t- 5 .
: !1: ,
FOR THEY aura. "
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What's .' ."
Wet informationis The Great Idea THAt. T"HI. '
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I .
L: : Precisely why all' the hotel men of . described.. DO f ATI FY!" 'f4.
the state are going to hold a three- . .
Alhn.W : soAekyovrdalr SOME SMOKES "
I f he'd trl *
. : available: only day.. ;session at Orlando commencing to.,...,; . .. .---:" ''?,'A 'I.;'" '." 'j.
'
is but
-Tuesday beyond I'm
>; : anxious to find out 'if, the me-hotels in... lea the a.w'v.oesmw . THEY DIDN'T-exactly. .( .') ':*M M .., ,,,
. '
:-. i i that ''pity will allow their brother- I .sealed lIi..e .,SO CA*.,.rJteMs. : ', )OU'LL.nlo' ChesterfleldstThere's
k barons a. : . A. oompaof eontndallniMy. < MADE Hlamad.. '. ,; '. I' something. in their mMntoothneM ,
ouh special ratand how '
the'ers'or ,
,
'J ; "" : jb . of the visitors! will thewaiters I Ji:? _.' :v.nine and ob..I..1T 0- ,.. .' ;: M. >that goes rjght U .taspot.
many *
.
,. .. :; .. the tip .i t I,. AIR-TJOHT..okin4-. BUT HE wasn't >>"' J\ ,>'*;1i Choice tobaccos, Turkish 4Uki';
and chambermaid and
.. Domestic blend that literally eo.Y x<;
\ the oJ.tteo keep fnh ., ry
'" '- the. bellboy awj_the hatboy One of i
: anizatibn I 8O VERY well pleased, be copled- special molsture-proot
my ojd} friends John W; Simpson '. .. wrapper for tectino-01 F,
... who has been making the Island Inn - OP COURSE that waa. every count.Cat'.satisfy.'.'* 1
or Hobe Sound a popular hostelry, i
will; doubtless be there. John usedto
,k be head clerk at the Breakers '
: F rmE i1CHANGEA Palm Beach-but he reasoned why '

F .O.. ib.r.M.b..J raw .:= should I, remain a clerk and only get 'I
:" d.ur M ar4..rla.A port of it when I can be the whole 4
.
thing and it all? '
get ConReqUE'ntly'hI O O
J "took the island in and .then conducted : cQo o /
0
"
9 . the Island Inn I'm' not
I" t t
.
sure whether he runs it American or
._
-- '- -
=
Fnrcpean but T thin1T h
- --- 8 Irish r
anyway, he's a durned good friendof

mine--even if I do owe him money .
'
: But I really wish those hotel
1 folks when thfey get together would LIGGETT it MYKBJ TOBACCO Covr

'r issue an explanatory pronounciamcn-
Its So Easy to to regarding this trivial matter: why
-
does grapefruit costing" thirty :
cents a ''dozen (culls for half that .
Make the Change figure!: )' cost a breakfaster 25c for a .
f r .
,
'
half or 40T( for a whole? How do
they get that way?
'. There's bother and no # r '

; Yes Why Should They .
sacrifice in turning away Mrs. Orville T. Bright: of Chicago,
plunges ,JnlopubUcityregardmg;?' SEEDS -
from the ills which sometimes linefrivojities, and in her leading. i

come"from tea and. coffee \ article Viewing recites: then.tromtbek.rear.: \ ,?.. '

r of when decide on you can't tell grandmothers -
you now-a-days from sixteen- i
year-old girls.
.
BUt: right here I would like to ask
UNITED SEED STORESH .
CEREAL Mrs. Orville T. Bright, of Chicago, '
f- FOSTUM what self-respecting well-brought r
man with- any red blood throbbing ,
through his veips in to be found City, Poll County, Florida _

about this place who yearns very (The Gateway to the Scenic HifUaads) ri
TFien have richPull-bodied strongly to view from the rear either
you a grandmothers or aixtaen-ers Eh, !

r table beverage which fully satisfies what Tell me. .
i t And Mrs. Orville T. Bright, of We Have Them-
.
, the taste "- -'and there's noing'redient Chicago, goes on with her caustic

harm sarcastic .and elastic artiote like ;
to nerves or digestion. this: _

Tnousands When women of mxty-five 1920 Northern Crop Jntf ReceiwiLSunples ... .::":--. '
... .', have changed:to Postum walk the streets in _skirts I
--- 1\ as'die-better meal-time drink that come nearly to tneir j '-1
;. knees and with rouge on Gardeaz: :Field: :Flo.ove. r ,
,
I ; and they don't; turn back. w. their cheeks what can we ... "

expect from th.grl-4.... and Priets .._Rquet
the for What can you ;T. Gee! Why
r Suppose! you try change Mrs.? Orville T. Bright, of Chicago, :
>, ten days and note the result: I'll ,tell .you what may be expected. Onion Sets. :Seed Potatoes Just Arrived

Them may.be expected th' dumdest .

lot .of competitive walking matches Pratt' Stall Re.eaie. and Teaies Dr. UCea/s,'Stack ,a....ss .....,.Tsskt.
that have ever-taken. place anywhere. : -
- :"Th7teSa'Reason'forPOStumI : Yasium. Prall',Pii11rJ---'nu_ V -' Dr."'LtG ar7 .J&j :itie'

} iI" I. Hike a happy.medium in all.thing* J 'P..Iby 3ttppli sluettidda. .. spay. Mate+k Dips' n1,DWafedaalt: :IPywE' 1 "
.
with ,
-but''ysa needn't fan''yourself '" "..
I !la 'by IWtmnCaealGqJ: : l the ide&+that you ePi'ehaaae-tJa.,entire : 3.fer'. Y .le,.' '. '. An.tira 11"T.U: "" ;" .... 'IIf' .' &JLy

1' .,. plan of ganaentur* by, scolding _"" "\ . ... .... :.f;': "....,. .. ,.. .
_. . . '_... _d . ._ ( UM women. .T 'Wits. Uh-II. Ithankhum' .11.- .
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., t4"''rent. i I .. Tl .USSHrrMEr VALLEY: GAZtTTE._. , FUrBAT, MAT .i. Iftl .Wi ,..
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1ISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETI l ELLA PEARL SM :tH'S' CLiNtbNC.|! .EYE .. ''WHEN'-,.. WILL. BREAD PRICES TOBOGGAN. ) JA'...i\:

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'RESIDENTS of Florida have no' feeling of oreness: "against,-Ella- earl ? FLOOR has,been.selhng' of I late lower, 'price* than af any time for
- '. MUM Every' i Friday EJ EJ.1 Smith; whose effusion opened! the one, Eye 'of Clinton- Missouri, to the sthie >.>( even years=.tut!! Ibe..newi. seems.not to.nave reached the 'baler
+ )y'' KisUB.ee Valley, Gtxetts Cawpaay, Kbsimee, Florida comments of the entire world; indeed It is with a spirit or' sorriness akin 'a* a' generalthing.. There seems to have been DO .increase in the size .of :.f

i,, .W. B. Hank, TrtnJort ... G.: Yaw AIM, Sectary to\\. love that the press of Florida. and th -entire United States-has said thingsto the loaf- -nor decrease in the price of niL ./ .
.
. W. L. 1\IWadk., Eater -*!- and about .Ella! 'that were full of variety and, lometirnes.; vitriol. --- -
.. : Ella seems .to. have Seen incorrectly: christened; the term Error would < r
{ Sabte'1pti Rates have been more appropriate t if allher 'chronicling have. been Wild as r
as
Y ____ .___. __ ________ ..f2.00
Nw One 'Copy, On. .ar ? : : : -------- ------- I what she about her F1aunt "
Six Montha__.____.__..._____ .: ,. _ tOO wrote : Through Florida The:,W4Jrlr] and all'con-: iAFewof
rODe;/ Copy --------------- ------ - '
t One Copy Thr.Ion he=.......t".1)0" ;; ; dilions- seem ever the ,/more1 beautiful to one who i ii in attune- .and .}ut.:enjoyed Bargains .
.. I some happy, hours, _in. quest, ,'of. all that is fair and sweet. ; that being
.. r' I
_.. (IDntered at' the,: 'Yoatoraee at' KI..lmm. Flnr''"i ttr. 9 . _

AJ1 conimunlcutloii except from our authorised correspondent must bit of. ogre cT9ity7nu"ggage, 01 vo. 'e ore j1 en g-t } a. o + s a -- ---- -
I 11 ' nod ,by the writer. /At i is .the' mind uplifted or dcprcsed is the :view pf all the world
(, 'I f I' ...'. Rejected'' .matter_._wail not bo .returned_ unl.. .called (or. _. apt "to be the more beautiful, or the more repulsive. "The.\ world it all No. SCan' PolIy'yrup-lorroerly: sold at 75c, novt.:....___.____..40c ,

. wrongl"! exclaiia few later with the No. .10 Can While\ Kara _.,. -...- -.l.---a----.9tk-,
Foreign Advertising, Rf>m cnt tlv one may yet a moments same s.uii; : ---r--------.
ti ,.HEAM RICANPRL55A55OC\ATION. One-half Pound White. Rose Cocoa ,. ..,.. .::;: .. -25c
- the same environments the same balmy breezes [carrying the sweet scent ,.4thebuds --- --- ----- ----- -
.- I .. ,, '- and.flowers, may come' from the same individual the emphatic assertion 8 Cakes Arrow Borax Soap _______..______________-.____.__2Sc
__; FRIDAY. MAY tar 1921 : "' Frankfurters (Weenies) pound ._ __ __..3Oc5mokedl
"This is per ---------
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world--aTid" ?
certainly I'm glad be alive'!
-.; _. _._ _ __. ... _. a great to. .
:, <,"" .J. S - S- Dyspepsia often affects the diagnosisand: a sour stomach may bring; Ifftrfi. Pork Sausage pound ________:L__,- ___,,-___-.:-.-__35c .
INFAWOUS BILL SHOULD BE KILLED volumes of. venom. Cold Boiled Ham, pound __d___-______J_..:____'..,_.___ __6Sc: isNoiee

.....:-.. Ella should not be abused for her wildness> She should be sentenced -.made: Sausage pound ________..:__?_____:._._..__--._...' :zSe
S' SPONSORED by the automobile? association, of this ,statethere: is a bill /0 give a series of reading throughout Missouri-and especially in those : o #

\ before the legislature. which, WIll' result in making Florida the'mdst abhorred localities, where the Clinton Eye is read ,each weekand should confine her Limited of fine produced in Kissimmee 6Se ,' 1
quantity hone .at *
driver of automobiles should it become law. The
state in the union by all a elocutionary efforts to graphically rehearsing the hundreds of criticism
measure .is what might be termed a "retaliatory bill" because .the people which have been tossed to her through the press of the entire county regarding ' \ the quart. . >
refused authorize the bonding of the state for million dollars .--oO .-'
to twenty I her write-up'de I luxe of the entertainment extended to her during - --
as suggested and urged by the. associationfor; the construction? of roads. her trip through Florida. DON'T FORGET THE WHITE LABEL COFFEE

s, h AfWhenthat measure was snowed under ,at,"the last election the state auto- .It was a noted lawyer of Missouri who -once1 said: "The three m-...t -=- -:'.._-"---o:1; :_ -,;- -- ..-_ =. '
; 'S BoJ ile"">association declared'it. had:! measure* that would make the people I tiresome clients I have ever had in my office were the married woman who Phone your orders to 176,; 'we deliver, ,Jnside'city l limits : j!: ',' '*
wish theyhad; voted for the 'bonds. wanted a divorce; the divorced 'woman who wanted. to get married; and .
?i The measure introduced hereby alluded to" provides that an annual an old maid who didft1 kilo 1 what the devil she did want! Jt might I bed R.S.FLOYD. .
h. license fee shall be 'paid on .all: automobiles at It.er.le. of 'one dollar pet ii Elladidn't"1't' know precisely at-s did wan"FROM' ''" -.---.-- "----".
Hundred pounds-.-which would |loe an inere..le..-over the present -rate by fully '- ;
three hundred! percent in many instances.i Such a thing is most unheard of I J PERSPECTIVE oo..t.oot .t o O. ,O. OOOOGD .O.OO.. OOD..
t 1 THE OF THE PURSE .... .. .. -- .. -
--,- - --- --- -
4 :n the history of the gasoline car--and would lessen the number of cars' '

'' ) bought through the dealers (of he state greafly l to the loss of the men who EVERYONE Florida; i is .anxi7js: that; the state shall stand high in educational J.t.D: OOOfIOOO.Otoooooo..o ..o. .

cr are engaged in the business. It would also affect large numbers of men lines. This assertion 'is made without fear of successful contra CLAY MONROE THOMAS
'' who have theit money tied up in garages and repair shops-.many of whom diction. The requests for financial aid (from the various stale higher insti-

would be forced out of businev.. farther than that it would work a hard. tutions have been endorsed by the people', the press, the pulpit: there have

::1 hip almost the owners of .urge .care because the license fees would reach- been.. practically no remonstrants placed on record. The entire state has CLAY & THOMAS
t sum confiscatory. It wJII'd be unjust if it be the'notion that .large. impetuously recorded itself as favoring "any amount of expenditure by the' ;

-'-". cars work greater havoc than the smaller car.-for it is a well-known (art stale. will be justified in-the cause of education." '
# \ that the larger can driven with sense r r that some of the smaller cars produce; consequently the -grounds are illy- .
I hould be, scanned. When the purse is hit and hit hard there comes a period SLOGAN :
advised.By.
of reflection.
_
no means. should the )legislature enact_ so crushing a bill as that In 1910 (he state tax was close around the five mill point. This figure I "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS""

proposed by the! automobile a ."ciation---which bears' every figuremark of has gradually increased until during the: past four years during which i .
I
retaliation for supposed past grievances. Should such a measure become.
i there was a head'of the state who was elected upon a plank of economynd -- 000
; , a law Florida would be the laughing-stock' of the entire countryevenmore several other things-the state tax has increased to more than' twelve
4 than it has been because of fool actions of a previous head of the I mills! with the result that a determination became- universal that there must 77 Same Excellence of Service and the Same '

k, z state O"emmentr ., be a hange- which-wo lG bring-about real-economy.. Yet, if all the demandsof Fair Treatment Will Be -Given- All Patron *t
the institutions of in the have been ,, .
higher learning state were to grantedthe
'. WHY WERE AUTHORITIES LAX> 1 result would have been that the state taxes would have reached a point _.---ono ,
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of approximately millsor nearly double the millage touched
1" twenty-two
"Big Bill Haywood has fled to Russia." and all repair work will be guaranteed to be high-grade
: I during the infamously famous administration. It would be then that those
+ That is the substance of dispatches sent over the United Stales regarding who had been so strongly in favor of the vast appropriations would have to service at a minimum price. Your patronage is solicited.
r; one-third of a notorious -trio of. agitators which infested Colorado from i raised a
cry.
1892 to 1905. Haywood. Moyer and Pettibone formed the alliance which I As a rule everything is almost! "taxed to death." And between the '
r : ; \, caused that state more trouble than any combination or set of ,men that i' sums paid as the necessary taxes and the demand made upon nearly every CLAY & THOMAS I .

i wereeven seen there. Of the three Pettibone was the least as an offender, private ..enterprise and private individual there is a vast number who daily ..

-,and: was the first dead. He was supposed to be a merchant in Denver have their noses "press'd to the grind-stone." Reckless expenditures versus Stewart A...... Carafe Phe.. 22. Kia a...
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--and actually did keep a little snop there; but it was more for the purpose rigid economy will give the blue ribbon every time to the latter. Reckless

of getting in touch with the lawless faction that the thing was kept going. expenditures lock. mighty well in print-- but rigid economy look\ much better
; Haywood and Moyer were the ones of which the lawabidlng citizens of in the the balance-sheet... _. ..
everyd.lkand on - ----;- -- -- - .
:' Colorado were afraid. Much could be said :and that truthfully of the hardships .,
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> the followers of these men frequently had to endure. There was an "ESTIMATES" VERSUS; OFFICIAL FIGURES .
i "oath" to which the adherents of what was termed the "inner circle"were Manhattan .
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forced to: .sent--and once taken there were" but few who dared to break FREQUENTLY in making estimates the statistican indulges in wild Hotel. . ., 4

i i way from it. In other words those two men ruled'l their vast constituency i phanta.iesmay understood: by an article in the Wauchula Advocate "
& S with a rod of iron--cleverly camouflaged/ ; with veneer of velvet. And It'' relative to the population> of the five counties which have supplanted the : .

,A .is eonc.ded.that their" devilish plans and plots were so Carefully carried out II one county-of DeSetft That paper says=and; no doubt with the best of Open Under. New Managementj. ,
' that none of them could be fixed with any certainty upon the prime-movers. intentions and with--no'desire totnistate: D. NEWBY: jr. x I
3" ''t'S<\ And nowit happens that Haywood. sea fenced- by the courts to"-a pen: I
itentiary ''term, has been allowed t tp make a trip overseas and "no one seems The population of the five counties estimated as follow: 1
know how'or' when he"left.'' would. r'that.wh'ile! Hardee. rl-: ._ ti .. :.. 8.755 j - Our Regular Sunday Dinner -
to just appe many trans- -- ----- - ---?---- -- -- ------ A';',
;; l 'actions of a minor nature 'are' being "investigated" through the intervention 'DeSoto _______.:\___l-_;:_i_._____._____-_*...::.,.;.___ 9,180 ., valways.includes: .,a surprisingly:'abundantmenu.prepared by
\ Charlotte : '. :._ _.' 5.541 _- those who have the skilled hand and] know how should ,(
i. ; foods
f'the federal forces there it a much-greater need of determining upon w -- --"? >-1"--?? --- -''- .ii.'' ''; ; ;
t whom rests the blame for- the outing being taken by Haywood.Someone Highlands .........._-__..____.__...,....________..___.._____ 6.210 be ,prepared. "We feet sure that :you will be pleased with ". . :,
sort be to. blame. Perhaps ;someone was "bought," as has beeri too. fre- ''Glades ;._,.----?__,..,----:...:.'* ....:-.--? --..-.:..>.iJ_...:.._ 5441 . :.the service-and] reservations for large; parties should be. ; ;' '*>
oU r{ t v 4uentiy the']' call of' recent year. It' i. up to the present administration to That makes a total',35.227or' an- excess. over the official. count,; of. phoned in on'the preceding .evening.: .... -r - -- " :_

certain with whom the looseness lies -just how delinquency was one year ago of ,9,793! / *, fc p i H ;.
v brought about. If a chicken-thief; makes a freedom run there is great jjue, It seems hardly probable- there has been so- great a gain in populationin ft. B.- We serve fine, enjoyable meals every day in' the;"week
''; and until he hal been captured, and the guard who lax in the I :
cry was per- one year, when'In the ten years preceding "tfere.had been a gain of only .
i } .{orraanee of his duties' is properly punished: but here- is a case where the 11,234. and in the ten' years prior to that ((1900 to 1010)) there had been DAKIN AVENUE PHON: 221

4. culprit is nation-known because of past perftoo.nces--and "there may be an'increase of but 6124. If DeSoto gained in one year more than 85 per-
,, v one steps to apprehend the man as soon as possible-provided he fails much the
cent as as in preceding ten it would come in the blue ribbon
years .. .,.... ... . .. ..
his his - - ------ ---- - -- -
1 to keep promise as to" return. class without one moment's hesitation. "

. t For shame! Evidently there' is a vast r-estimation-'as the figures abovequotedare .
t from the federal census. .
I' : FLORIDA SHOULD HAVE FIFTY OUNTIIS:: __ .
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. -- ---- - - - Goodman Woodall
:;;: FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE A VALUED ASSET \
FIFTYNINEcounties' must now be reckoned with when publishers

,k 'shall put out* new map of Florida--but how much better' it would be if WITHOUT the least fear of contradictory asei lions the statement may

there should. be nine-'of them sold to Alabama and the number .of counties be made that the Florida Citrus Exchange has bettered the citrus industryof Th.e lOT8w CfWr <<;,er3T/: -
im this ,stale be set' at the fifty mark and stay right'there! :-the- stale ,to-the extent of fully seventy-five percent. Its benefits may
If those nine counties for which Alabama first willing to buy Next to Chamber of Commerce '
at was have reached a greater amount than that; they may have been a trifle less; ,
1 for two million dollars could i but be transferred to Alabama' for the five. .the matter would be extremely difficult to determine* with l precision. But I

+; I nillion dollars which it is reputed is the topset puce, three million dollars we believe the figures are not out of proportion.. OUR MOTTO" v
's+ -Jd''be devoted to the erection of a magnincenCbuilding for the seat of The motto of the organization ha ever hed emblazoned upon it J

''. 9: government: upon some site 'contributed by the, county selected by the choice "Co-operation." This maxim has been supplemented by Consideration, Conservation T'ii& .
: .f the people-and two million dollars could be at once put into the work of Consultation and Confabulation. The quintet proved a winner PRICES FAIREST '.

sty's, completing a' vast mileage of needed hard-surfaced highways throughout because each ingredient was used in the proper proportion -and by those QUALITIES THE BES.T' .

? l y the state. --not neglecting the Midway Ocean to Gulf Cross-State Highway. whose desire was to see that every man was dealt with iri a proper canner
r a To i invest at the present time and with the .present prospective of the nd with the least needed outlay. nit i : tz
; desire of the people, the sum of a quarter of a million dollars-for that The day is rapidly approaching when those who have been sq stead- "Prettiett Store In Section"is ,

"+ '.f: ,M what the two hundred would mean before astly forwarding the organization may rest upon their oars, and look back what is being remarked by hundreds of our daily customers: yet

': : tilt job was completed-in repairingamending, improving, and refurnish-- Jo the good work performed-when those whg have been encouraged because it' is not complete as we would have it at this time. While the makingover
: ing the old building at Tallahassee, is considered by those who have given '
.5 y. : "of the successful termination will render the proper appl uae. Per- ', I
ll e subject due thought a'a'rnost: absurd propositionFor a century! the peo-.. dLi.Lbrre..nQ.w..iL.nQt.QtJ.u..aw _. _.. .. goes on we are selling .. .
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I stash ) whose location has
pie ofFJonda lave for a goverment city been ., -' --- "-' 'OUR'IffNES.O': HOME .SUPPLIES.. --. I
''e \ S .far from economical or convenient: now that condition. ,favor 4 radical .
,; t change the feeling is strong among the common people that there shouldbe _ WlfY .ItYlNG IN AMERICA? at, prices .that. do away. with all competition for there can be no

taken every advantage of the situation and: the capital' placed where it REPORTS 'from the mining' districts .in Birmingham Alabama state lower prices made on the class of goods we offer than what we are 1
c will 1 be the convenient for the
% most most people. making.
that fully forty thousand there the of starvation at the
persons are oq, verge !
If Alabama, is sincere in her desire to. annex a portion of Florida in
moment--and efforts being made by organizations to relieve ..
:rder .and will the five million dollars present are many -oOoPy \ ..
? to secure more riparian right., pay '
t' the situation. Such a condition America where high have
a wages
it is asserted should! betaken in' the '
c} a* no delay adopting necessary'steps been the rule for sereval' years, seems almost improbable: yet statistics' ...you've noticed that _our_store is becoming* t the "real .head-
to bring about the closing'of thetransaction. The five million dollars would
.5' come in ,mighty' good play--andf every cent of it could', be expended for prdVing .the accuracy of the statement.! It might be the proper,. time' fQlAmerica' quarters" for the best freshest and most attractive vegetables to be 4

1' a the good tof! the public. to cease activities in securing food for nations. far' away, and contribute obtained? You too, should become a customer in thai line.
to the distressed within our own county. .
fen 1 t.'a -
'- SHOULDNT- --- It is conceded of course, that the suffering in America in the matterof
WHY KISSIMMEE HAVE IT
? being deprived of the needed foods has been caused solely by the actions ..
Your Trade Will. Be Appreciated "
i- at those now in want- -while those who are starving in, other countries are :
1' CERTAINLY Kissimmee would !like to be in the .,ace for the capitol. .
but the. victims of others; consequently the sympathy will largely go and "
The fulfillment of such de.ire-il d the
of The
beyo possibilities.
; a not range '
.. justly too. to those foreign lands. In America! conditions of want have
Orlando Sentinel -
S 51, rt Kissimmee says wantnhe: l ,J -tol. Well it wouldn't hurt Ki.t been brought about through profligracv: -there having been missing duringthe'time'of
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,, luxuriousness all belief that there might later come a change '
Goodman &
simmee.any. of conditions. Because demanded and secured there 'fol Woodall
high
r7k wage were' \
:L Most .dredJ, "it' :wouldn't'hurt Kissimmee anwhether! the "Irani"applies : lowed'an' ere' of insane abandon; not only: was finance frenzied'"but. those
G. to the desire the achievement The # remember
Sentinel should
or ,
the unbalanced and those who had '
handling .became mentally
A: "" *: .lhat not mars 'than tcf ridicule and abuse that money { t previously
: 'a "quart years ago it, was Pnprieton.
} saved dime from each dollar'of thei raecliumwaae. failed to ,- ..
a : retain'even'
.. pIaqd aol.nowD ia.tw chair and=while 1Guim-, r- '
,l t.f ,.t aa' ,,:quantity gtlbematori.l ; : '
; nicklex f the Thus it that .when the returnto
" a > puffed'payro1a. was NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE '
y i4- it.a kgowvo.quaatjtysanaEaaaot.b..characterizedas; : there is a >
1" nonnal '" commenced .
"? : conditions began dowhjsth for.,"' .'nt stop pebpU .
'f -: ',po.sibIity''thafasuffiese.t .umber..f that character"s."rmi"'t' place the to off -without lookiaj'aftsr.tber. baggage ,,11M'IfCNDda that .OADWA.yi. '.
pt even -oa . KISS1MMBE fk
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.Itmue.atat&. toy.1 pOD .. ebOru of Laka'Tohop.kaIlga-car lb. teatrs ..
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more material uld) b* .siry:obtained.,. Now. however, toss:;)eir- : .. t '
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+ J..f the y' F7atios.'tw'' ost assign.--cad...be. {5a foolish wbo \ ,
folks for.their' and! trunk-checks a1N'other checks,
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.. TBE" ZB3&MEE ;VALLEY CAZZ TP. FRIDAY, MAT 1;'.1921 '..;" Ply
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? Furnished Flat: for rent. W. B. .* T ika year tire:'troubles to Alford ,l ,fTHE. :"FAIRY. 'PARLOR": - ..' ,/' I, .qNN
IlTEMS'oti'iEE' t'Harris, Gazette office 14- The Vulcanicer; '20-tfc: TO 'OPEN 'ON SATURDAY

.. rI ,Look out ''for the dodger issued Look out fop, .the dodgers issued l .,. /0 .J.' "NEID.'/S We'handle: classes of.
tomorrow by 1L C. Stanford. tomorrow by H. C. ''Stanford. Under the unique 'title of'the 'A ,:
Same aooa home-cooked chicken The marriage of 'F. E:'Woodward "Fairy Palace" G. M Taylor: of the HealthBaths'oe'nFOi'
Get' that 'swimming-belf" from' Al- dinner ''every'; Sunday 'Nuff[ aed to Mrs. Nellie Rogero both of this Taylor' Store, will open hi new establishment l stafai J. I
.. '.f.: fords!. The Vulcanlzer,., ,20-11"; Electric Cafe. 20-tf city,' took place on Tuesday. .I located on Main street .Ijeal. ,
',, 1'" ---Look-out. ,foe the ;dodgers issued Milton Pledged county prosecutor. Mrs.. L. O. Mere is entertaining i dear the new ftlU w-.tation on Sat N / Patrons ,
tomorrow by H. C,' Stanford. was called to Orlando Tuesday afternoon for a few days her' mother. Mrs.-M. i urd.y'-4f this,, week. The. contract
k .Miss Nina Bratton .and.Jllaa._Cecelia upon matter at business H. Noble. Tf Romeo, Marion county. for* the.. construction' of. .the buildingwas' Fire Insurance r
;e Overstreet were dinnerjruerts'of issued signedbut.a few -weeks alnce The water ,of 'thl1. wonderfulwell '
a Look out for the .
For 'rent:: one residence;; ''also dodgers i andthe work hat .been rushed*
Miss, Hattie ,Eby on Friday evenJff 'and' Bass streets KIsBlmmee by IL C....Stanford. have wonder
,?. corner Royal' tomorrow i eeibte-and Mr wrought upon'of'everydescrlptionand
'\ \ ..... .. '. -' rapidl .1 ay or
l - :*- ; >174iZjMlss -UMlnlt'd. HC.hr..If1I'-'Hrom. -Wa "-
u'r y'if a" \ n l 18 and ayoid penalties.' J.. R.: till nds I ; they are I ; i
fromVEn\pori i flB T-to make her evening- being visiting and This will complete>tne :Taylor quota i
bert. city,clerk. 90.9tMr home. with her aunt Mrs. L. S, Pro- relative!) in Saint Lou]&?and=-varieas of mercantile establishments in "a-wonderful help for -those' having ,+.'
and Mrs. Claude Hawthorn, of vip, of 315 Magnolia street. other points in Missouri. Kissimmee; the'?alace on'Br .dway' -000.-. l
Ocoee, were viuitor -in Kissimmee on Tax-payers are hereby notified ... We _have several desirable place the Bass .Corner establishment; .nd- Rheumatism hr.ny.form or .shape. -- ,I' ,
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.i, Sunday, and were dinner guests' of that-city-taxes not paid by )1M. 16< for rent! -both- furnished and unfur the FajryTParlor. Aa.may be seen The baths are' located; two miles
,-ft Miss Jlfattie Eby.' ., .- will become'--delinquent thi! u 1nral nished. Nelson Realty Company by .an" Announcement, in this issue.of A Notary Public ill our office <
Bad debts collected or no')>8Y.Re-t. penalties J. R. .Gilbert. city clerk. >sJlm'-Goadman of Goodman Jiie Gazette there are to be some north of Kissimmee.; .M '

suit guaranteed MWiljsron.die" 30-St Woodall, has been confined to. 1"11'1 special "opening prices" given-and _000 ; ,
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trict manager. 15-tfc -Hustle. that herd road corihection borne several"days this week r11l-I Mr.: Taylor adds that "Every day will Open 'and wr
; up Tuesday. Thursday
:+' Mrs. L; 'V. .Myers and ;daughipc,* -Co: Melbourne. Those are good ne... X be bargain day af the Fairy Parlor.. .

Lenora of Whiter Park were recentguests folk over- there and we want to take Desirable property to jade for car NOTICE tO EX-SERVICE Saturday
of a sister of Mrs. Myers a get-acquainted trip.-Tampa Tri- From to .
in good shape. Nelsen Realty Com 9. m. 6 p. m.
Mrs. L. O. Myers, of Kissimmee. bune.A" pany. .s .. MEN OF OSCEOLA COUNTY, 1 Nelson Realty

Furniture for a, house of six room' variety of lots in the section of Captain D tflds Burns formerly the William T. Makinson Post ,pf. CHARLES NEID Proprietor I *
for sale .t.a reasonable price. Nelson town .that-you like best moderate manager >r the Everglades Cypress the American Legion will give a ,

I Realty'Company. .. price and easy"terms"" Nelson -Realty. Company. wasa Kissimmee visitor supper Tuesday evening May 10, at 21..tf. COmpany "r"rp.
New Hampshire 'cheese and Or Company. fropr Loughman on Monday.: the Electric Cafe in Kissimmee,. _: .
ange-Bloom honey. Phone ,,12.' Waters Qleaa-up week --wil) commence in We handl all of the best brands commencing at eight o'clock. All ex- 4:
& Carson"_Grocery_90'I: an). 'Iisimmee on Monday next. It is ttf of 'coffeeand tea. Splendid v bulk service-men-are'invited to- be present
.V .f "HaieF Myers ot.518.Brack street, bein.l.ted"that all premises umfuly coffee at 20c the pound. Waters & at this "Feed" and we all want tor '" .
y, left on Tuesday to ;Visi '"Iattn. 'in ,uncleanly'shall be made-presentable.. Carson Grocery Company. have a good gettogether'meeting at .. !
\Pompano on the east coast. She Stop at Fish Lake ;stwre for ice- Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Sutton. ,who that time." '
..-?. accompanied.the Jlilliard*,-.whewer*.. cold-drink8clprar.. tcv --Midway--.. have been'-ecupylng "apartment at J.-.W! SIMPSON. .
f enroute to Homestead> by automobile tween Saint Cloud and Kissimmee. 304 Aderhold'street with Mrs. A T'I W.J. STEED, Post Commander, i

for a shprt visit. Also for gasoUn' and oils. 21-4tx Morrison, have removed to .their new. Adjutant ._ ,. : :OEi4fN1GI V
City tax' book will close on May a W. H. W RETURN"AT
16. All taxes unpaid after that will be subject to the usual penalties. vir\. and family, of "315 "Magnoliastreet confirmed the appointment of S. THE CASINO ON MONDAY
J. R. Gilbert, city clerk. 20-st Mrs. Wood is a niece of Mrs: L.. Lupfer as notary public. The
An alarm of lire was turned I in/af Provin. bond was signed by Robert Reigle Innumerable well-conceived .comedy .
ele"erro.cl Friday night from the Remember! There) is no job of electrical and J. E. Lupfer. situations as unusual as they are e
t ,/f" White Kitchen where an ,oil stove 'Wiring 'too' large or too small County Engineer Joe Johnston. laughable are presented DouglasMacLean's # '
had taken notion that .4t'desired to for, the Dixie Electric Company. made a business trip on Tuesday to latest Paramount picture
which comes to the Casino Monday.The .
start a conflagration b The flames Mrs. G. R. Days h is convalescingvery Deer Park where he was!!! engaged hi youthful soldier, ho longer a The
were extinguished--with but a small nicely from, the serious opera- looking over the. prpgress on the rookie but a seasoned veteran of Faitr loJ.
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loss before department arrive-! .
tion she underwent at the Orlando work of the road running through' months at the front returns with the Q
Come i iJV1i"nd see the two electric hospital' and was 'returned. to her the Jane Green swamp. problems of readjusting himself to ;. > .
washer "that are on sale for actual home ,here on Tuesday. Rodney Snyder has what he- declares the humdrum existence of civilianlife. i 4e i r "'
; cost-*t the shop of the Dixie- Electric An alarm at three o'clock Tuesday is the -"smartest dog in the However he finds the postwar 'i I,
-. ..Company.a' afternoon .called! the fire departmentto county," and hag several photographs'of conditions are not a* devoid of action
'1!' . H. W. ;;;mars and John Wilkes the Cape Breeze district 'of the the. little animal driving his automobile i and excitement as he had
'!Jboth at present of Saint Cloud 'were city .where ax grass fire had gotten ; sitting aii proudly as a chauf thought: and- his fighting .blood is .
/ In Kisnimmee last preanday' nd a beyond control. The flames weN : feur. of the two-legged sort ,I thrilled by a household of rebellions '77 {
v call .At the office of The Gazette ; promptly extinguished: .' .. At the fire cjkli Tuesday afternoonthe I servants a rival for the hand of the SaturdaY'I.May '
-'. proved that the world is not large, Tax collections in Kissimmee for. department was pulling out the I young woman of his choice, and an .
'->...,. J after all. Mr lllman and'one' of the the month of April were. ,5,464.24'1 engine -at the moment the alarm was 1 adopted father and other .thing
attaches of The Gazette found that I as reported by the city clerk to the blown at the electric works. This supply him with .aa much excitementas : '
they had many things in council' on' Tuesday evening. Th I. was because of the. alarm bell at the did ever the treacherous Hun. NEXT( TO GILBERrS ON MAIN) STREET
as both, know the state of cpmmon-1 clerk gave the'.ag-gregate of unpaid corner of Darlington ana Broadway. Dorris May of course, heads a ; ,"
ton extremely well while taxes in the 1920 city taxes as' $30- "those the capable supporting cast. #.' ,
Among present" at session
*" was state senator and a county commissioner I 337.95, The ninth chapter of, the Son of ., .
of the commissioners
< in'a South attache Dakota the county I All boys joining the "Sweet Potato Monday was'county noted Arthur Donegan on, Tarzan will also be shown.. It grows .' N., 0:.. 3:' :
was ow-
where the same Club" which is fostered and better everytime.LEGITIMATE u
being the ,
of
one widely-known characters

Per was_of made_a weekly"paper.,, ,mutually pleasant. The meeting. ; pushed stration- by a the nt Leo county II. farm Wilson demon-, may of now all a sections resident of of Orlando.Osceola county ALWAYS ADVERTISING''POSSESSES' VALUE,J ; CASH: AND CARR'3JQ) JRY'

furrshed
A dandy five-room bungalow on I have Porto Rica dlsea e- Among recent marriages> performed '
brick street, large lot with nice lawn free vines without expense by makIng by Judge T. L. Comer have been Every successful business man will' N
cement driveway from street to garage proper application to the county those of II. ,E. Taylor and Mist Ro- concede that good advertising always , ,
> -end everything in fine shape. agent. salie Selley, and John ,Luna and Mia returns good profits. The most I t
? See us for price' and terms. Cant F. B. Eadswho succeeds Burgess Willie L. Beck. The four contract popular form of gaining publicity is Introductory Specials]
| r subject, to sale. Nelson Realty. West manager of the Casino has ing: parties are residents of Orlando. through the colmuns of the newspapers '
.*A Company. rented the lower floor of the home I ''which, if 'rightly conducted and 24.l6. Sack Piittoury flour .P5JgQ '
_" __ ...._- - -_ ._ I At the council meeting on Tuesday > $ .
of Mrs.: E. E. Wells, 407 Emmett evening Lewis QTJryan received the I honestly carried out always makes '
"I street and has already located. ) his appointment for city attorney-the good return. I,/fr. Breakfait Cocoa' r ,e
family in those apartment Mr. position "Decupled during the ten There are' other forma of.good ad ,thw.
Eada is no stranger Kissimmee, of the previous council. His. salary vertising. Ther" i* the annual ga- ;L4S\\
a.CONSTRUCTION and will make many new friends. remains as before. ceteer or directory which 1* handled '
Several complaints have been filed .o frequently by everyone, that i* '
:Do you know that you can buy an 10 Ibt. Granulated'Sagar' ( .50 ''I '
by tbe co nty prosecuting attorney considered a splendid thing In New .
from
",, COMPANY relative to owners of cars runningthe The electric Dixie washer Electric on Company easy terms? I(I England where' .-the.. publication, of ...1 Ib.- Jrw lJ .''Cocoa: . .' ". .; .50 ,
license directories have been more '
same//without a tag. The1 city < permanently -- .
law is M be .enforced the officials The seniors of the Kiasimmee high established'it: is considered ;. ,- . $1.00 .
4 school: took advantage of their "skip ... of w ; ,
.declare to its full extentin justiceto that. the city: directory one - '
PHONE' 117 those drivers who have paid their day'L on Wednesday and went in a the very best advertising'mediant. : _' AT-\ t
THE
) and KiBsengen Spring for .an One and not in the firstorsecond WE OFFER i FOLLOWING! MONET: ,,
,J fee; are legally''protected. allay 'directory ..... ., ..
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F picnic Mr. and Mrs. '..''-f>. class cities either carries .e1 gY > r .--' 't' "
'hadkal'I E. -B. Brown of Campbell Station Newby accompanied the pupil on ,satisfied: : .c.:11': Three' O
was a-caller at the office of, The Ca- about',400.pagee. of well advertisers. I. I._.. _
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' 'Cofitractors aad Builders sette on ,Monday. He'. remarked: "1 :' ..W' .
: have, reFelved notice.' that my.sub, We carry the best.the" market'af: '-,Kissimmee' business houses should : \ 5 Pound' ...Gr.nulaled''Sugat.-----. ; =i-_.-...__.....:..$ -55 .. ?'
fords, in fancy and family groceries, heed-the'example and get proper .display One -
af scription to The Gazette has expired. ( Package to A ,Customer)) -f'
day, grain, etc. Wedeliver.. Waters classification in the 1921 -
Structures of All Kinds Consequently day till 'retlred-fo.have ,,.perspired I couldnot each behind & Canon Grocery Company.G. edition now being prepared, and havea : No. tyi! California Table Peaches_____-___ v ___-.__..__. .2* ;
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to be fired from the list'of W. Persons spent the' greater copy of the same for personal use, No.3 Peeled Pie Peach__-.__.___,---_________?_._____w M \ I rq

readers. Here' the mamma." portion of Tuesday and Wednesday and(that the comes convenience') within of the thy"stranger it his new mercantile establishmentin
WOOD BRICK. STONE: STEEL, A made petition oTi for Tuesday financial evening assistancewas upon Orlando-getting. ready and participating medical those f" is considered sound : No. 3 Pumpkin;..___---==zZ-T7: ,-_____---__-.:________1ZV '
advice. Know city in
STUCCO the city council t>y A. M. L. Chaun- in the' ''opening," which the..fullest Is good your businessadvice' No. I Tall Asparagus ___________________?.__?__________ .%S' *'
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PaJatmff TIMingPap.rHa.giagEverything need cey, ,who of help is 'dangerously for himself ill and and his in occurred ten o'clock.Stop on. Wednesday morning at / No. 1 lAsparaas Soup __.__._______________?_-!_-__...__ .10' ( '

f wife and daughter. The case was. *er at Fish Lake store for ice- PERTAINING TO CHURCHES No. 1 Campbell Pork and Beant..._______:L____ .10
dire "ne, and the matter was refer- cold drinks, cigars, etc. Midway be.
ia the BaJl..( Line red to the charity committee with tween Saint Cloud and Kissimmee. Ckrutiaa .Church NO. 2 Heart's Delight Com___________.-_____,___--_..___ .10 ::

power to take -immediate action. Also for gasoline and oils. 2 1-4 tic No. 2 Wisconsin: Peat _______-_.'.__________________.--._ .15 p'

H. "F. BASS JACK BASSSISSpnraleAT Burgess West, who baa for several J. C. Griffin of 810 Main street Rev. W. H.-Coleman- Pastor.. No. I Tomatoes ______________________+--------.---- .07
St. *. months conducted the Casino so suc- has taken time to greatly improvehis There will be commemorative: services
4 322 Royal cells'ully.nd pleasingly left: Kis- handsome premises, and is pay- on "Mothers'' Day" Sunday Uncolored Japan Tea ______-_.:___________.__-__-._____ .CO .

simmee on Sunday evening for At- Ing considerable attention to making morning at eleven o'clock ,at this Orange 'Peko Tea_ ____-__-._____-__._____-_.?;.*..+.__.'.-.r JO "
lanta-where be may be located fora his whole holdings, the more attrac- and general invitation is
time. It is more than probable, t've. Mr. Griffin has a charming church extended-the a public.;. Gunpowder Tea _________.....-.....___?_: :---....___ .50 ,
however that he will be' given some residence and environments. *'
other with the film ; 10:00 a. m.-Sunday school.. White House Co/l ..____________?._____-._____ .3$ Yt
important post; Try the Sanitary Dairy Company 11:00 a. .m. Sermon. '.
company for which he has been for anything?--everything In the 7:30p. m.-Sermon.' Taylor Pure Coffee -___:...__________-_________..__-___? .75 /

i working.' dairy line. Deliveries -from- 7:30 to A welcome- for everybody-especially Taylor's Old Homestead Coffee ______________________'___ 'J5 ? +"l
$ who, taken ill 9:00 a. m., and from 5:00 to Goo: p. strangers. tf '
) l' while en'he S. was Cobb.employed was bv -the 'city m. Phone Lee Rogers' residenc.e.17tfc. Canrca Taylor's Palace Coffee ___.______________________?____.._ .XO

of Kissimmee and was forced to be First Baptist, National Biscuits: _____..-____________________... 7%' and .15 r

Ii\ in .a council hospital! .at for the-a meeting month- petitionedthe on Tues T in By fast an week's unfortunate issue error of The in figures Valley; Rev.of the J. B.Baptist Bassett Church will fill both the Sunday pulpit -- 6 Packages Grandma Waihinng Powder___________.:.:._____ 25 x

day evening to learn why,.it was he Gazette A. F. Bass was accreditedwith morning and evening. "Mothers' 24-Pound Sack Pillsbury Flour '______..:_____u.1..._____ 1.35 j

: t was March.not on the He'reported payroll for that the he monthof was ,, the county receiving the from sum of the"$88"finances for inspecting of- Day" will be observed at the morning 24-Pound Sack SelfRuinngFluor, -_-______________________ 1JZ9I
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"4,, still with the city-and felt the need certain roads in the county. service.service The will subject be "The Unpardonable evening - I Gallon Alaga Syrup ______________________________-__ .95 , ,

of the month's salary of which he The sum paid by the"commissioners Sin," The public is cordially I Gallon Red Karo ____.:___.!____________________ ___fc J89
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had.been deprived. The matter was that service w"s' $8"-precisely ? _
f' . referred to the water and light com- $80 less than was stated. invited. I Gallon Blue Karo ____________----_---_.-___---:---.--- -X91' -

( 'C'ptE spreads its web to catch mittee.. "Sixteen full ounces to the pound32 St Jon'. (Episcopal. ) Church : 10 Cant Tomatoes ________________ ;_________,_________ .75
full quarts to the bushel"1 is our -
io,. 'a r the.careless and unprotected. Mrs.open Gladys'apartments Alford over i.the arrangingto Wenoer- motto. Water & Carson' Grocery Rev. L. H. Kirkby Rector. 2-Pound Can Roast Beef ____-_________._____?__________ JZS "' 'rA

Losses and establishment for Company. '" I-Pound Can'Corned Beef Hath. ________ .15 "il
l are climbing amount Sawyer a "beauty The Sunday after Ascension Day. ------------- -- *
than million pallor;" and progoses to have quarters Pat Johnston, of Johnstpn & Gar. 10:00: a. m.-Church school.
1 : to more a a day. well adapted' for the business nett, has been spendil'\tIe week in 10:00: a. m.-i-Divine worship and EVERYTHING GUARANTEED w"
f t The grave f danger lies in neglect : that will be carried on. Mrs. Alford Tallahassee, in the interests of some sermon by the paxtor. Subject: "The "
is an expert in the various lines so special legislation. Mr. Johnston Injunction. .
[ Lord's Parting TRADE AT THE: NEAREST STORE AND SAVE MONEY '
and indifference.. In these ;
: much desired by the domestic sax- left Kissimmee on Mondayimmed- 7:30 p. m.-- Evening Prayer and
times you;need the lull, sound having been connected with noted iately following the adjournment of worship. Sermon subject: "The .
establishments; and has but recently the county commissioners and expects Fruits of Ascension. .
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Insurance Company, which is famous operator In Kansas Ctty. SheIs next'Mr. Johnston will attend: to ---
,* .therefore well qualified' to serve legal business in Titusville.:, Shrimp shipments from Fernandi-
1 backed ,by a century-old record.. .. those needing her care. Her place There may still be found at" the na for the first twenty-six days of .
of honest dealing and ample will be known aa the "* nnie' BelleBifauty office! of The -Gazette, a' few more April were 2545 barrels-to which THREE- BIG! STORES - j

assets. In addition, without extra Parlor." bundles of old-papersforwhich: I.there were added' shipments in parcels, _
i 'r boxes, keg, in quantities .diffi
N Mr. and. Mrs. Stanley C. Warrlck, 18 usually\, such a demand. These andl, 'f r."It'
the Hartford's Fire cult tabulate.KISSIMMEE .
cost to
of Palm Beach, and Mr. and Mr. W. are neatly tied up for, delivery.The .
[ ;g;', Prevention Engineers will search: L. Koehne of Palm Beach and Chicago supply is limited and those in I : BAL lTEAM .

;0' ; out defects whjch cause )you were registered at :the Manhattan need are advised' :to call early for ANXIOUS FOR ALEAGUE make a 'goodistart ., be *atisfylnr to the born* people and:rgiit.iherq'
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., J bidireJ-:: Is I ane of_ he -ntoat prominent artist County Commissioner John Han-I The' lmo.t'prominent baseball fan' ba< formed.4 to Include'', Klssimmee, othefjtowa.* at:!lCfa.lonal.Jntel'Yala'pd
[ GetHartld'to JQI in Chicagoand<< Mr. Warridc I Is owner ell, in executive session on In ,.10 Immee 1*.,M. Tiller.! He has pkae L.burg Winter Park.En- '"root., .for';:Kuiramo.M '-- a ,;
,:/. :::: ; of tho.notadj.Beftut Arts, a nag-! offered. teL wager j when the*.MOIld.Yli' several, times carriedsuccessfully ''I tie,-ti-and.Winter Haven--thos >,1r.Tillents.sot:; ; yet itlninch' r.
I , thi'agency. Play nificent .building. Palm .Beach devoted .! tM r :" : th.;:Uitgreai./eshUn: delgner < the (boar/thatTh: eonUj'cadre' hear oH4 event without lo.iitbeotaattatof tuf leagues.' There it a ridge, rmed-xaor.; hu-.he'yet carried.iW. *-. ..? Itl I
; ': : ; .. :gCARSOfrFARMEOIiat of1ndc the> wqcfd, ana f fpm ibVjXpWofflc* tfnKtsslniime ., finncesW I ;r M. 'ACJtHT' 'Jfceatr wUcV .hoori, tbcusaf to .thee- postof flee in Melbourne anxious to bar'the. local team ,!"join eeJgTrttji andjy* their rch :\ diet to'' <
;. and .of-tae Bloe-Book families -during , "in Ugh, A* no one desired to with several ethef title' andd. ran trsth ewo.ld 1 be tw o_} .be abwto; aanoanceStbe ;;: He "v
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____ ____________ ,, -------------------------7--- < Strap and Oxfords Brown and BUck Ladies' $3.95AH" Shoes $5.00'Mea'
38'' Now HOIi LWe Ladies' SOC .35ioo$1 : Now I I Caps >$2.00'Men I .r.

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'j Class. No a'ft. them. ,to'us-we you have crop*'growing! be mirc'that eats the ; ''h"', " .. .
pay'postage back you keep the hariow; going to "con / tA" .. : '0 il "
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the harrow or cultivator. Thin breaks work' ou : '
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f Established 50 Years. I the crust, stops evaporation,, and this carload' ; -
. oil moisture is retainer] In the noil. #' .
Saint .PeterS!>>.r,;. Florida In setting out plants of any kind .al} 'I . -.

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_-+ - soil to form a dust; mulch. This' dust' i :
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forming a hard crust, and long of ,, ,
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Carpenter and Builder rush. the first nets to secure vines our '"T

for late planting. Broadcast barn them It ..(. ,.
-- manure, at, the rate rot r one to two "
and from six hundred lire the
tons to eight:
t JOBBING A SPECIALTY pounds of commercial fertilizer, an- roads.' ; -

'- -:-- nlysis, 4-G-5, that i i'l!' 4 percent ammonia each I pipe's a'al packed with P. AJ.!
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; 6 percent :phosphoric acid and nome one .
.Boats.and Launches Built to0rder. [ 5 percentpotunh.. hill thft-commer' }his- .
that the
-- cial fertilizer in the bed.. -Before
,116 Vernon Avenue Kissunmee the crop is laid by it may be nccea I work I have is.\: Seven'days out of every week you'll get real smoke '
nary to apply 100 pounds of nitrateof a joy and real smoke contentment-if
and you'll get close-up
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soiJu to, ,}Jie acre to increase ,
00" growth r ent Lot to a jimmy pipe! "Buy one and know that for youIselfP..acked.witncooldeJightfulfrag ; !
I see by the daily' papers that the .
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district 'ant Prince .
Albertpi
city of Jacksonville using -moremilkthe -
. effects" of"a campaign/ ) ! done rlct for pipe's? the greatest treat, the happiest and most appetizing -.
cently put on. There are lIe'el'altowns frlmt Ala-t U
flll !GmRnK: in this state- that furnish that \ ,smokeslant you ever had handed out! ::U..In,/l-:
Jacksonville with sweet milk. .As a and pawed hand..... ,.....;1
result, the towns have establishedmilk (I vision the of : You can chum it With a 'pipe-amLjjou will-dnce ;::!.,'=:.::47'::::
stations where the milk is. collected district know that Prince Albert is free from- bite .' I *
and shipped in carlots.& I really you and- ::;il'parch .
I believe that Osceola county can fore Then final if (Cut out by our exclusive patented process!) *fng*(:mtiitmmtr a.

That's ,Oar Specialty y have lands the same., qnd the We have best ample in Florida.We pasture . trict so Why-every puff of P. A. makes you want two more; t

a- can grow forage; crops and graincrops nnd millage\'- every puff hits the bullseye harder and truer than the .
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for feed': Now, what is ft we
Of Course, We Do All Varieties ef lack? JuSt the proper pep to gel .:dollar his. is last! You can't resist such delight! '
the ball to rolling. Let's! start it 'off .
Automobile Work And We Do ItRifBt by Uhing-more milk in.the home herein I take Ashton And, you'll get smokesiirprise of your life when '
Osceola That will call for
.'.... good milk county.cows on. every farm, and to inn have and you roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert! Such

..... when the dairy herds 'arc increased poorfnrm / ing flavor you never did know And, P. A. stays "
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.. andencourne
then establish a n>ilk station, ,
a higher production of As. to cause it's crimp cut-and it's "a cinch to roll! You enticI"!

: Eddie: Hansell milk. Babies' like milk, and also the spend It for a it 1CwrrirM )
/grown-ups. Milk is a well-balanced' ;
food. A food within itself every-
No. 18 Emwett.. .Street What will be the main crop;; for very
the fall markets? This is an "im, sioners
ill"1 I portant question for the growers herein the old RINEE LBERT
to the
; Oscottia county.. I figure it a very farm. I Ier1y
good plan to have the growers come( a J a.T.1.u. .
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that, "
WE MOVE THE I EARTH! together, and talk over the market ; :.C..IL
but there .
r situation, and make plans forplanting the national Joy smoke WIaa "
The' Earth; proper ten on
On Top
Or Anything
v?, crops that will demand the But I
best market. It is also a good
very - -- - --- -
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that I
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TOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS i time to make preparations for the I
_ only
I, Or Anything That Be MovejJ I coming winter and spring-crops. By those who
,I' I getting the growers together on this I find

Y Get our price l before having youri' proposition, organization may be road /
l formed wheN the growers can ship ing done
hauling done. In carlots thus cutting down on in here '
r freight charges. Pull together, Mr. i iw
'' : JONES TRANSFER COMPANY" Grower if you wan.t to succeed. Let's
'd jr. . : make ibis county a producing court-! A bad : ... it
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fHONK l 3OrW .
-1"-.. .r.a O....fa H-N_C.. I **' treated to \

RUPTURE EXPERT HERESeeley lard's power : T.HE: UNIVERSAtiCAO '

adapted
Famous IB This' Specialty sizes '- S440 f. o. b. Detroit ,
r Called To Orlando Sold by I i
!. ; M. TILLER
*. F. H. Seeley, q/ Chicago and Phila- SPECIAL

i Real Estate Agency I elphia personally, the be noted at the truss San expert Joan hotel will t'I. With, Spring comes the Rush Seasona,

fci m>m mm *mmmmm r and, will remain in Orlando Wednesday -

;i Realty Bought and toUL, only, May 11. Mr. Seeley says: this issue for Ford :Cars j
) House tented.-;;: "The' Spermatic. Shield will not only be an \.. .,
retain any case of rupture perfectly, : '
4, to -
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I Taxes and1itlaeri6.ed / : ,
.il paid but 'contracts the opening in 10 daysen be formed *
; for. non:resideats.k .' the ,averag!' case,' being.q vast trict, ; ; c
: Eachyear; thousands have been compelled 'o'
all formei' methods
'' ; 'r| Fire, Life and Accident In?: advancement,exemplifyinir over insUntanous effects -- lied'the j vs ffSffi . : t > j

,o |:,*arance. \: immediately' appreciable and in the a wait for their cars' after placing their orders :
-
If,| Indemnity! .Bonds. withsiandinir any strain or position.I is the I I'

..i .. . .. ...... ..... .. ... This.award Instrument in England received and in Spain the only producing that practically the Sometimes they have waited many months.By 0 ,

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f results without surgery injections 1:
"O. P. KRIBB8 W. i. STEED medical treatment or pre An
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'E KRIBBS STEED ments scriptions.from Mr.the Unite States has docu-Gov- tion relieves calls placing, your order now, you will be 'pro- ;:

Y Att.re.y a.e Cavaarlora at La.... ernment, Washington D. C., for In- Torces _
,<,, K....__. flarlaa spection. All charity cases without bowels. tecting yourself against delay; You will be able ''''
"y ..... ..... ......_ 1..11 ..... ... charge, or if any interested call, he 60c. Sold .

O.It.d.t.te. c..rt. charge will be or glad fit to them show if desired.name without Business NO to get reasonably prompt delivery on your Ford

J. W. THOMPSON demands prevent stopping at And will have it to when ,
any other place in this section.P. car. you enjoy you
S.-Every statement in this no- By ,
Funeral Director tice has been verified before the Federal evening want it most-this spring.
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and State Courts.-F.'11. Seeley. shall, or : .
Home Office 117 North Dearborn at $125 :
M EMBALMER street, Chicago.! feed "for j:
LICENSED that all' Don'tyut off placing your order. \ :


Store and'Chapel! FLORIDA Stewart Aye.KISSIUHBEk . I THE f FORUM I II of back tained all to / .


t I at the the : / P. TIMMONS M
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Back. Him Up

DR. BUGKMASTER Editor at The Gazette-: ? Authorized Dealer 1.;
It is citi- 0
up to every progressive
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. sen to give the.theartieBt-.support to On ;;; KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. .
County Agent Leo II. Wilson, in his operation
I KISSIMHEE'SOSTEOPATH proposal. to organize a cooperativeassociation pal, -Mis
to glace Osceola county a system I --
products on the market and thus the pupils ---'PI".,
gradually bring the buyers here to by Miss ,
It war pleasing-te
do business! direct. This plan has -- \
helped other communities and it will l'elt both girls
OFFICE AT RESIDENCES work-all
help us.Unless., A the seemingly . '
"t Coraer of c,.. Avau.a the trucker," poultryman or the information gained. ORLANDO;
his who ,has been ,con j L
and Emmett Street Farmer has enoD'\h!\ of production Mrs. ,Biey (f'
high rank with the
a to ship at one time in bulk or car The yrork
lots he finds a very 'limited local interview Cross with headquarter
market which in season is over-sup- :years an adept at the work AUTO WRECKING COMPANY {
plied. This discourages efforts read with -which was dons 'upon
raise a surplus. ,x zen. of the Mothers ( -. ., I
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CITY ..,Generallytherefore, when ar resi- Mrs H. in conjunction: .with ." .
I dent wants to buy he muat pay the and, upon special re- '
to remain in I J.
the price: transportation in some Distant, afid Jrtarket when plus he and been I Friday to ad- We bay earsta say craditfeB,:tear-'.m wp, and teD the -am.,.

: j.MEATMARKET wants to sell his surplus he gets the backaches & of the Not era- -Jlarb. ..
market price elsewhere minus the able to be at the Hart Memorial
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transportation. Like Uncle Eb's ed -

Fresh Mea.t and possum cotnin' and trjrp catch, "It him alms gain'to .catch" It sure him A ed sample before weighed of the and Saint measured Cloud ::: You Can Save From 50'(0( "75er Cent. ifi i

doe given,, me 'me lines ,'on"Wednesday'; '-,
f it i: Vegetables such an association had a storeroom In a abort of the:yural schools *t I
_ 'r" or warehouse where ,produce was soon : :the same'' examination Wean.-ea: Bud parts far uq snake car sJH. .)r...... .

li' Phono! a44 pdr could. be handled, packed .and In Ihlp.UIdbeme.e..mt the.Wilt -:. d r osn'w'a ',; :: ,report,*jrOi bR*,tha4t.&lax": ;| ud targed.1M MaiLerder prempOy.i .... b. .!#' '.;,

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Ii ,. ,' we asy.tbat six persons, .. :'f.1. : stand highilnran. !!, and
> each theme praising. With thoae ft
Jrlng la ny* doxen. eggs .
i tram : AGAR day.-'Your..atgtsit could then I Tb' al" : .ot.heri--t .,V lilld Y lki. g }
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tIOHNSTO:1A; EYT bendout. _. .,a'A'iftiltesseto., city>markA -: attacks CO
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tf."Florida under.'Robert'M. Evans., J. Itt said Dlatrlct. '" i
laMctidfa W. Collier and Narclssa P. Collier his Plans and specification may be 'eiamlned -
un Sprayer I T : LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS I wife M. J. Hloks. Minnie Kllsa Brook- or obtained at' th. offle. of
>;* PMltry, SnppEW In.. Minnie B. Torrey. and.-Joseph <3. the Clerk of. the Circuit COlin of Oso .
*? Torrey, her husband Raymond V. La- gU Coynty. Florid., at, KI..im... .
st Good Fair.Prices Prompt ShlpmMit'Ask flier '. a bachelor Ludden-Campbell- reserved. td reject any or
NOTICE OF MASTER'SNotice IIAIoII I Ity .and State of Florida: Smith Company, a corporation and W. all. proposal. ,
Your Neighbor -He Knows ; I and C of II of I
VV( Lot S 'Block the B. Maklnsort Company of Klsilmme. J. U OVBRSTRBBTT, ;
O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. 'JalkLoa.i111 Fkrida 1* tI.'b11ILaft that under South Florida. Hallways Company'. Florida a Florida corporation, successor Clerk: of the Board of County '
.. I and by virtue of a- Final Decree offoreclosure Harvey of the town of Klsslmmee/pity. to W. O. Maklnsort Company,, a Commissioner of Oscaola Veqn;;
Get Copy New Pricey U.t_April II1t.J121-- I..ued out of and under Terms of sale. Cash, Florida,gorporaUon-.r--any-of tyj-Florlda. -.- Sf-Se
-- tho- veal of the Circuit Court'of the Dated."Klulmmee. Florida lhl. Ith If any of the same be deceased or defunct :
Seventh Judicial Circuit (now the day of May. 'S1PAT\ or otherwise. claiming an Interest NOTICE or ADMINISTRATOR.
.. Seventeenth. Circuit) of the State of JOHNSTbN; therein I : You are hereby commanded (.... Fa.1 .....barge)
Florida in and for Oaceola County 11-St Special Master in Chancery .i.iSt.teat to appear In the above entitled .
In Chancery. Bitting. In a certain. cause on the let day of August A. D I. C..A .. t.. C..ty Judge,, '.........
cause therein pending wherein the '.f The jOwmershl. MasnereseBt. 1/fl. (;...t eau of ..I......
City of Klsslmmee Florida, a Municipal WITNESS the Honorable C. O. Andrews -' .
Corporation. {I. Complainant and .. .Aet Clre..tl.a.ef C..ar..f icte. McejvlMd..t byTb. as Judge of the above court In re Estate of Joseph ,D. Jefforoa.
Asu S4.
J A. Lancaster I. Respondent the undersigned and my' name a. clerk thereof. and the Notice I I. hereby given, to ''all whom
.. In Chancery Mia. seal of said Court at Klsslmmee, Osce
NOTICE Special Master Of Klaalmmce Valley Gazette published It may concern that on the nth day
will sell at nuMto outcry during weekly at Kleslmmee.-irlorida. ola County, Florida, on this the Xlt 01 May. A. .D. till. I shall apply t,
the legal hours of sale before. the for April 1. 1M1State day pf AprlJ. A. D. 1911J : the. Honorable T. L. Comer Judge of .
Court House door in the City ft Klsslmmee. of FloridaCounty : ) U OVEHSTREET. said .,. of Probate for .
in said Osceola County. on (Circuit Court Seal) my final .discharge as Admlnlstratrlai
of Osceola.
r, Monday. the Ith day of June A.D ) .aBefore Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola of the estate of Joseph D. Jeffords.deceased .
In and
me a notary public '
1931. the following described land situate for the State and aforesaid. County, Florida. : and at the same time I will
and being In Osceola Coun- county Z. BASS .... .
lying personally appeared U3. <3. Van. Agnew Counsel for ComplalnaD18Ut, present to. Court my flnaf accounts
a. Administratrix of said* ..
who. having;.been .dirty sworn ac-

Notice is hereby liven that ANOTHER ENDORSEMENTFOR cordlpif he la the to secretary law deposes of The and KlsslmmeeValley says that MOTK'R OF. ADMINtOTRATOM tate Dated: and March ask for 17th their A.approval.

Uasette (F.r Flaal Dlsehaim) ..--.. MATMB I EFirAtl; .
CAPITAL REMOVAL Ht
1. That the name. and addressed of !. Ceart ef the Cevaty Judge _laCe Administratrix.
the publisher editor managing editor -
eisjty. State ef Klerlda.
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Kisnlmmee' is also after the (api-, and business managers are: NOTICE OV ailERIFVa GALE
be tax books for the City of Kis- tal. It would-almc"st"W'! wortlr-mov- Publisher: Klssrtnmen Valley Qit IA. "" wet-,. Andrew ittern 1
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that town to aette, KIsMmmec.. Florida deceased. Under and by virtue of an ...cu-
injr the capital to just Editor: W. I,. Thorndyke. KI. Jm.( i Notice. Is hereby given, to all whom tion Issued out of and tinder the seal.
read the comments of. "Thorn" on m -e. Florida ,It may concern that on the 10th day of the Circuit Court of Osceola County -
the legislature and the le islatlon-: ManaglnaEditor: W. B" Harr!.. KIsstminee. of May. A. D l tl. I shall apply to State of Florida, under date. of
Florida. the Honorable T. L. Comer Judge of June 14th 1810. wherein Oeor.. W.
immee will close on May 16th. Ocala Star. Business Manager K. O. Vans AKnew said court .. Judge of Probate, Mann is plaintiff and B I* Lesley.' A. '
". i Klsolmmee, Florida for my final discharge.. as Administratrix F. Bass and Bull Bass are defendants.
For 'A Weak StomachAs 31. Thar the owners are: of the estate of Andrew Cotter- I[ have levied upon and will offer for
a general rule all you need to W. R, Harris Klsslmmve. Florida man deceased. and that at the came sale and sell to the highest and beat
and 1'. A Van Agrnew.. Orlando. Florida. time I will present to said Court my bidder. for cash, at the front door of e
diet to
Taxpayers are urged to pay do is to adopt a your age 1. That the known bondholders, final accounts a. Administratrix: of the Court Home at Klsslmmee. 0ola -- 'j
occupation and keep your bowels mortgages, and other security holders said estate; and ask for their. approv. County. Florida on the Brat MOD
regular. When you feel that you ownlnK or holding I percent or morn al. day of May IBM. the same being the
have eaten too much and when con- of total amount of bonds, mortgages. Dated March 'SAD. 1S11 Ind day of aald month and a lesajaales

cfbre that date and avoid the stipated take one of Chamberlain's or other Palmer securities",Wnrrenton arr.Ahnie : Virginia U-H ELIZABETH COTTBRMAN.Administratrix. d'.f'I: ; ':.\t.'anndtht"O'o'clockI. of J i

Tableta.'e '. M. of said dayr the following de- .?
K. CI .VANS AONEW. AN ORDINANCE) sdrlbed real estate situated In said
(Seal) Osceola. County. Florida, a* the property -.
Good: fiat Doe It Me. .? Hworn to and subscribed before. me Am OnllMaee t. Assent' Beetles SO* of the defendant Rull Base. to
thin 5lh day of May 1921.CARSON .f Revised 0..1..._ ., the (Itr satisfy execution" and1 costs, towlt. '
enalties. Kissimmee and Ocala both are FARMER. .f Klmntmtmrr. ef Det'e.......... I'1" Lot 1, the East half One(1) Wit.
a03t putting a fight for the capital.That's My commission/ ezplies. 'March 11. 1922. Be It Ordained by the Counclr of I Lots 4. f and < of Block ;
: up the City of Klsslmrnee that SectionB59 1. 2. ;., 4, 2. 1. 'It. 8. 9. 10. 11. 1il 11. I I
nothing; we want it at Arcadia 14, It and It of Block Two (J) tot.
NOTItK OK MABTKlrR HAL.IC.!: of the Revised Ordinances of the ;
> for that matter, but we are not the City of Klsslmmee of December 1. S. I. 4. D. 9. 7. 2. 0. 10 1 t., 11. 12. . ..
J. R. GILBERT to muddle up the waters with Notice I. hereby given that under. 1916. be amended to read .. follows: :14. it. it It. SO. 21. St, ... S4, U.
going- I
: and by tvlrlue. a final decree.of foreclosure Suction 268. No building' 'shed IS and n of Block Three (I); Lots 1. .J ,
a spirit of selfishness and defeat a Issued out of and under the tent. or booth, except good sustantialbrick 9, 10. II, II. IS. 14. 11 and 14 of Block i II, '
great movement for the benefit of seal of the Circuit Court of the Seventh concrete or artificial stone I Five, (t): All of Block Six: (I): All of ...
I City Clerk. us all. Let Kissimmee and Ocala Judicial Circuit (now the Seventeenth building shall be erected or placed Block- -Seven (7) : All of Block BI.Iat.\.
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(8) All of Block Nine (*) and all of -...
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the Circuit) of the state of Flor within the flr limits of this city. <
push in the'same direction as ida. In and for Oaceola. County in'Chancery The wall of all buildings hereafter I Block Ten (10) of the .Florida Fruit. .1
crowd and we will accomplish something In certain cause therein reeled within the Ore. limit. ehaU be Belt Bales. .Company. Subdivision ,>tt- :
that is worth while.-Arcadia pending U'e h" the City: of Klsalmmee. "of the followlnathickness: For Numbered One (1). according to the
O .OOt..o ooooo.oooooOOOOOO'4.0 O. Florida a munlcloal corporation. buildings of one" story not less than Official Plat of the said subdivision
Enterprise.IOOST is complainant, andUHattlpt..foganaDd eight. Inches; for buildings of two I as recorded. among the Public Reeoraa
,.. --- - ----- -- .----- B D. Hogan her husband are stories, the first story not less' than of Osceola County Florida, In Plat
respondents, the undersigned a. Special twelve Inches and the second story Book No 1, page tt and ft; also the '
I Master Chancery, will sell at I, not less than twelve Inches; for South half of the Northeast quarter .
public. outcry during: the legal hoursof ] building of three stories: the first the North !felt of the., Southeast quarter i
sale, before the court house door story not less. than sixteen. Inches, ; the Northeast" quarter of the
I In the. City of Kieelmmee. In said 0.cedla .- the second story not less than twelve :lu '8'tutu.tt"'Q: : ; and the Sooth half '
County on Monday, the 6th day Inches, and the. third story not less the of the North
BOOST! BOOST! of June A.. D. 121. the.following described than twelve Inch., and all party west. 'quarter of Section Nineteen (19))).' ... '
land situate, lying and being walls built for the u.e of more' than Township Twenty-five. (25) .South. ;
In V.ceelaCounty and state. of Florida one owner shall not be less than four Range Thirty' (SO) Bast; v Also NIII\(,' ...., '
: Inches thicker than above requirements of NWU and NWW of NRH and frao- t, ,q ,
'r tlonal NBU of NBM: tot See 11 Tw..,V.\; '
All of Block N of Robert Bass' Addition ; no- building erected one hun 'f'
except a strip 86 feet. off of dred feet In length .shall be erectedin 25. Range. 301) 8BU of NWK ant; fraa- ,)' < \
'. South side. of said lot. .. said lira limit. unless provided tlonal 8W% of tfa* of Sea It, TWP.. .? "
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. with' brick concrete 2 n. ao. .
Terms of sale, Cash 'or stone fire '
Klsslmmee. walls of the thickness mentioned. In 'This the 1st day ,of A prlVv 1Hi. .
Dated. this 5th "
Florida s .
.If You How To Boost '
Know .
Rt FARMERSherlrr
day of May. A.. 1)1921. this section, and at Intervals of one ,
PAT JOHNSTON hundred feet and the. roof of every or .Osceola County., Florida..
Special' Master In Chancery building erected therein shall be of la-St '.
< LEWIS O'BRYAN.Attorn..y slate, tile, sine tin or other Incom- '_ ;,
: tiustlblo material to be approved by The sale In the abo.-. at"d case 1.hereby I*
fur Complainant lit .litRlClII.UNATIOIIiI
DOlT 'N WDI1- KEEP UP the city council. continued and the1. said property -
IT NOTItK OF OP KVKCIJTOH Provided that It shall be lawful to ts advertised to be sold on the 4sale .'
: erect or construct a small addition day In June 11111. between the ,.j
hours of eleven o'clock and two
a. m.
not to cxcet'd 10 feet by IS feet In
!. The ('.rt of The ('.u.')' Judge of the: rear of hrlck stores, said addition o'clock. p. m of Said day the earns
Osreola <'.untr. Florida.Jn to be of some. Incombustible malarial being the tth day of June., next ..
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approved by the city council This the 28th day of April. 1 9S1.U .
Re. TJharloaMretl" All ordinances OK. parts of ordinances R. FARMER. "
If You Don't. Know How To Boost Estuttof sun Deceased: Car- In conflict herewltlV be'and the Sheriff of Osceola .,

p Notice IH hereby given to all whomIt same. are, hereby repotllf/F.. County. Florida 0
may concern, that on the |th day I H..d.. first .. aesiloii.
of June. A. I> 1121, I Intend to fllf nnapplication. and by unanlmbu. consent placed up- NO-TICK OK KLKCTTIOIV.Notice .
t before the Honorable T. on UH sicond rending and final passage '
TAKE LESSONS JOIN THE CROWD L. Co", ,,,'. Judge" of salt Court. and ; arid unanimously panned this 5th Is hereby. given that an .flec '
and tender resignation "rf the ..:.....u- day. of April A. I). I U I. lien will be held within the followingdescribed 1'
tor of the Estate of Charles Axerttt H. M. BKKAKISH.' territory 10-wit
Cat son, Ufci-BHed. and nsk fur thn approval President of Council. lieiclnnlnft th.N'orth..t! corner r.
/ (REAL) of Township V5 South, Range
and acceptance if. iti>' said resignation
J. 11 IILBRRT, 19 Bast snd run thence. West on i'
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This the 3d day of Ma \ F>. 1921 City Clerk .'_ .. the Township lineto thvpoint --- +
C .A CARSUN. JK A Approved-'Apr,1,l 57l 21. where Shingle Creek crosses such

Your Prosperity, our Prosperity, the Prosperity of 21-6t J1\'cutor. 17-5t :JOHN S. CADEL Mayor, line; following thence southerly the .neanderlngsof and easterly .Y"


the} entire community lies in the completion of the NO1KK OPV IcLETlllVNotice NOTK'K TO HKOITOHH said said Creek Creek. empties.. to a Into point Lake where To- .-.......,".

In hereby, that hopckallga; thence following the
election
given an -
will be held I within the fnllowlntt In Court of The ('Auaty ...d.... OseeolaloBBty. Westerly. shore line of said Lake e; I

KISSIMMEE-SAINT[ CLOUD-MELBOURNE CROSS-STATE HIGHWAY sillbed rrltoi v, to-wlt Slate of Flerlda Tohoprkaltira to the In Becuon aHouthorly line between dUrectlon .. j

BuglnninK. al the Northeast rorn In re intate of Jennie A. Case. Sections 9 and Is, In Township '
1' The Magnificent Bridge crossing the Indian river is practically com ..r of Townnhlp, 25 Mouth Range To all Creditor. Legatees, LMsttlbuteea 29 South Range 19 Rust:
27 East thin runitlni Vest along and all Persons having Claims thence due East across said Laketo

pleted. When the draw shall open and close for the first time it will do the west Township cornel, of lion Township26gouth to the Noith-. or Demands against ssld Kntate the Eastern shore. line, thence -
You. an at a cost of more than IOO.OOO-for that is what one maxi. the man at Manure 27 East; thence South notified Rlla required to preHent any of said Lake to/h6 Section line pbetween
so along the Range line to the southwest claims and demand. "which you or tI ; and St In e

the head of INDIALANTIC-BY-THE'SEA. has spent in order to make that r9rn' r of TnwnHhlp: 26 South: .either of you may have .against; theestate Township 25 South Range ID '
Range 27 Kant thence Oast along of Jennie A. Case. dectHHed' Kant; thence Rast on said Section I
.4. charming resort the more conveniently reached. Think of that! Then view the Township line to the southwest ate of Osceola County: ; Florida, to lhuunderelgned line to the Range line dividing
corner of Township 25 HnuthKange ,
I Raymond Cane, Executorof RnnK 99 and 30; thence Northon
the proposition-and you will be the more of a Booster than ever. I 27 East thence North alongthe sn-ld estate, within two ypa,. from Mali HUIIKC- line to the place of
Range .line to the place of beginning he date hereof beginning, '

EFFORTS OF ALL THE BOOSTERS OF I Hated Jl\n n 1921 on the hat day of May. A. t). ItSl. .. .. ,
SURELY THE UNITED ( on the 4th of lune A. l). 1(121( for the z..il'w1.iD ;, '., __ 4or-the-purymerofdetermininw| ..heth--'.. :..-- -- -
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THRIVING AND OPTIMISTIC COMMUNITIES'WILL BRING purpose of d* rmtnlng wh"th.r..r Z0t Executor er said I ahove-deacrlbed territory ,;(
THESE .hilt
not said abovdescribed territory be a Hp rlul tax school district
COMPLETION OF THE FEW UNFINISHED MILES OF I shall be a special tax school district :\lOTI('K OF APPLICATION FOR TAI ; who shall be. the trustees for -
ABOUT THE who shall be the '
trustees for said IltOKD. said district and for det<>rmtntng the i
.. THE WONDERFUL INTERIOR WITH THE district and for determining the number --.- number of mills of school tax to be '
HIGHWAY CONNECTING 'of mills of ..hool tax to be levied Notice Is hereby. given that Carrie. levied and collected annually for the
BEAUTIES AND PLEASURES TO BE FOUND AT and collected annually for the ensuIng M. Hold purchaser. of Tax CertificateNo ensuing; two year.. .
I two years, ", 1814, dated the *d day of June, .A The following named _persona "'8- -:
The following-named persons are 1). 191, has filed said certificate In; appointed to act at said election aaInspectora
FUTURE PlAYGROUND"IT'S appointed to act at said election a. my office, urid has made application and ,
YOUR
INDIALANIIC BEACH Inspectors and clerk: for tax deed to Issue In accordance H N ra n.C.r'.i.: Clark and R. D. F
K. H. Havens, t'. L. Heath, and :J. AMlnnlck. with law. Oul..... Inspectors, and M A. Farmer '
Inspectors; sod B U Hanoook. Bald certificate embraces the fol- clerk. "
MONEY: IN YOUR POCKET TO clerk; lowing eI..crlbedprop..rty. situated In Done b>' order of the Board of Pub-
Done. by order of the-Board of Pub- sceola County Florida to-wit; Lot lic Instruction In and for Osceola T _
TO BOOST THE 'CROSS-STATE HIGHWAYIDIAIANTIG lic Instruction In and for the Countyof 15 and 18, W. II Farmers Re-Subdi- county. Florida this Kth day of-April. s
Osceolastate: of Florida, this24 ylijlpn. of Farmers Add. -to Prospect A. D. 1921. ,.;
/It. ,' I day. of May. A. jt. 1821 ".>" niWfbrlng a Sub-DlVlslon; of Lot 79 W. C. BASS. Chairman.Attest 'I'
.. W C. BASS ..'". I* .A 1 Co's Add. to Klsslmmee City. : s
Attest: .'Chairman. The said land being assessed at the C. E. Towell..
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C K YOWr.LL. date of Issuance of said certificate In County Superintendent. and Secretary -
County Superintendent and Secretaryof he name of J. R. Graves Unless said. of the Board of Public I s-
I the Hoard of Public Instruction certificate shall be redeemed according structlon. 1'-It
"1.IedaJ. J1t to law, tax deed will Issue thereon -
SALES COMPANY pn the 16lh day of May A. D. 1921 NOTICE TO CREDITORS -
In Circuit Court for the Seventeenth. ;I. L. OVERSTRKET. '
Judicial Circuit'"of the State of Florda'ID (Circuit Court, Seal) I. GSA ef la. fommtr ....... Oessl.
and for Osceola County. In Clerk Circuit Court. Oeceola (;_t,.. State. rterteak
Chaneery Henrietta Bass, a widow County. Florida. l ..tNOTICK .
: and Hudson Bas. unmarried, comttlc.lna.nts. i In re.Estate of.Charles*W.? Ward
Managers Kissimmee-- Salesmen vs. Robert M. Evans. et al, -.TO CONTRACTOR To all Creditors. Legatee. Dlatrlbti- t,
: respondents. Bill to Quiet Title. Order ,tee and -ail Persona, having Claisa* '
\ D. HAVENS 1 R.. P.tWHlTEWITH for Publication. The State of Notice U hmby given' ,that'. bids Demands- avatnat. .Estate ...* s
1i . will be received by the Board of Conn ifeu lot' } .. .lMrrelalms '
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1 920. Florida hI t,7 * 0uf ,
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HART /E.rc: >'PE111 ONE 1i i Robert M.. Evans, ;.Minnie Ella Commissioners of Osceola Ooantyv'lorlda tift... *' ......$"M ;"'. presses "" -
.t Brookln. Minnie IB.. Torrey and Joseph up to and IneludlnsTlv:** A. ,and demands. w Meaj .. yo.. e*
,i I 0. To.....,..' her husband Ton and each H. on Saturday the Tth day ot "'.1". either of Ton. mar have against the .
of you are-hereby- commanded to appear A. D. 121. at the office of the Citric estate of Charles W..Ward. deoeaaoeU _
In the, above entitled cause ontaeIth of the Circuit Crt 'of said County lat. of Osceola County. Florida, to lh. ,
.H. :>M..'BK AUR REAtTT COMPANY ow'.p\ day' of July, At P. l/21; and to at KI..hn....... Florida, for..the" construction undersigned executors of said estate.within e

k ... .. a'p I "''' ,All"persons elalmingmn" ,, Interest III of approximately miles two. .years. from: the. date hereAf -* f;9 ;.
ISM :ElSSIII.U .IIS w Vi: I (be Soutnwest 'quarter' of- the"-' (oyth. of "hard surface road ln"SpeeiaIt Road 'r"k' *- *:!-,*.< n >- LMr-.t .AM tptor ':
'* east garter and Uie.W."'", half "the8ootb and Bridge District No. 4; and.for thaisale !?at'" prU u. ,Ln.. ._. '
r. < ,;1 .... -Quar.r \>,of;"Section T7 'InRWn.bIP'1I of Blrhir Thousand, .Dollars .c.W.\TI'f1D, A,, '
South,' Range 2paaar!! )( of "(&.000."). six tprrant'.orielbonds ':R. 'B.I JC ER.'I.uli '
meridHp.:In;O.c obCoiM lor- eoostf action1 f. & .and bridge atenton. 0 ICetaW< 1.- T
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". ,. ONE'- DAY ONLY* a !
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1 e.. Thorns*- H. Inc Present*'.' .k .

r_ SaturdayTfc : DOUGLAS'McLAIN'I ... !
" .... .....-"- .. ' I The World's Sweetheart rt. '

.. United Artist'Corporation: ,Present ", \:0: ie' E&Y px EE.PQ :>> .'
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"DOUG" FA1J BANXS ; .' ,
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t ,1 I ID. ..f/I.> r t 1",1". 1 "The Rookies Return"Dorru J '. IN. '..,__" .....- '1": ... .


"His Majesty,, The American"" .----:'-' itl. .:May f-' "THE'LOVE' 'LTQHT"A : : '


A Christie Comedy ," 1t's.-liQt' 4boat War, But :A W.Uopinr. : War On.Gloom. ..- ProdoctJOB, Will Wfclck.No-C. niPari.oB Can Be Made-Tie;SapremeEffort. of a Tine Artist'
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Alto the Ninth Episode ' .. .. ..
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')' Wedd, ng Blttes!!..: J-" t'THE SON OF TARTAN." -: /, The "feilureUe;: HAUROOM[ BOYS-IN--- "A ClOSC SHAVfj : r -, :


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j(7- was a nice program. interspersed steer turned upon him' and charged, city shall 'be selected' for the hew ;. t; O HU -i 0'0 O'T, .1

REALM with orchestral '.music. Readings by I I and. some injuries resulted. This is seat of government. Let every city (
11 IN SOCIETY'S. Etelka Stroupe, Grace Wlnn, and but on? "more argument for the enactment located at "extreme points" remainout .
Margaret Waring; vocal solos by of the no-fence law-which of -the contest-and bend its efforts NOW IS CANDY SEASON
Miss Shuman and Elizabeth Waring I will, of course, be subject. to local to the support of the ,city_"of _
LADIES'; AID SOCIAL .. with Miss Gove at the piano; remarks option. -' . its choice, and of.the.; actual..contestants ..
WAS WELL ATTENDED by Mr. Gardner, L. R. Farm -- the one that shall receive the '
t The Ladies' Aid Society oftho er and F. C. Bryan; and an addressby Twenty-seven firms and business stronger support by the vote of'lhe CANDY FOR '
Presbyterian church Tuesday, after Past Chief Mrs Elizabeth War- houses in Went Palm Beach have de- people be declaredtliewinner..-Then .'.I
noon was attended by nearly forty ing, formed a program full of inter decided to. close for the half-holiday' should the people ,of Florida erect a The Wife--The Husband- .
members and friends. It .ws' 'held est. At the completion of the pro- each week on Saturday, while sixty- building commensurate with the importance A, "
at; the home of Mrs. E. P. Caldwell, gram there were serVed refreshments four havedecided to make no changeromthGcu.tODlCJitabliahcd..for. of the 'state, something that The Sister-The Brother- *- :.i
-an*.-was greatly ew oyed"'Pleaslnfrefreshments of tbe- thoieeet variety--and<: ( .would..l -magnifcent ( D\1.rncnUo 4-
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x r were .served. I the entire evening -was declared a. many years and will close on Thurs. the faith of the people in the stateof F- 1 The KTddies-an d \ . !
most entertaining affair. day. Both factions are determined to their birth or the 'state of their J
J MEETING CALLED FOR close on the days selected'and= a Hi-l adoption.KISSIMMEE. You Know The Sweetheart.! '"woOo ':
LOCA W. C. T. U. YOUNG COUPLE MARRY reclorv.of the house will be published. VALLEY GAZETTE. ,t
TheJicVvill be'a meeting -of the lo- EARLY MONDAY MORNINGAt 1. Some of the business establishments ,(W. L. Thorndyke, Editor. -. .>
cal branch of the Woman Christian the residence of the )parents of neverTAMPA hlorfe. t.
a Temperance 'Union -at the Hart Memorial the groom, 'Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Nel I I fttl IT WITH CANDY ON "MOTHERS'( DAr "
on Friday May 13, and both Ron 417 Broadwaythere was aneariy TIMES' SYMPOSIUM
I I'
y MrsM. C. Clark and Mrs. Annie Monday morning( marring:? I HISTORY SIXTEEN YEARS AGO %
McPhatter, secretary, urge a full at- when Miss Mary lenu "tendance.' The report of the district berame the wife of Clyde H.\\ Nelson : From file O-VUe1 Gazette :
convention will be given. -Rev. W. H. Drench, of the Presbyterian -' The Tampa Times recently sent Our lines of Sweets are attractive Whitman's and others. 'i

_.church, officiating. The ,an- out requests to the editors of various
I MICHIGAN COUPLE nouncemeht of this wedding will papers throughout Florida that per- Superintendent W. J. Scars goesto Authorized Salesmen for \ ,J.

START FOR NORTH'Mr. come as a surprise to the many I 01.\1tI.'p inions and the desires of the Tallahassee to attend the state "
and Mrs. S. A. Bogus/ regular! friends of bhe contracting par ies I people' regarding the removal of the! convention of county superintendents.The NORRIS CANDY
winter residents in Kissimmee, left had been planned that ,
: although it capitol might be forwarded for pub- the Christian t
steeple' on new '
Wednesday for their summer would make the tripto ---oOo--- t'
r on Miss Crowder lication-the contemplation being to church has been It reachesa
.. home in Cassopolis, Michigan, for "middle west with the Nelson shingled.
J the give due publicity to the various re '
of J
105 feet
p summer; During, .:heir stay here family. Immediately following the plies. Tlieso were published ilK rap height ---- P. SOur Prescription Department is always Perfection Itself '
they have made frequent tours. of. ceremony the ncwl'weds left for' idly as received. One from innini- County commisi.incrs. appointedC. r
the state....everal of their trips being Wichita, Kansas, together with Mr. niee is herewith reproduced: S. Acre, Time Bass M. D. Tindall,
:, f ; to Plant City.where, they have, a und Mrs A. S. Nelson and Miss I The )people of Kissimmee and Osctola -- Quinn Bass. W. H. Godwin, an-I Central Store .
-\ married daughter. The Itogues expect Gracb Nelson, to make an extended I county are a unit in belief that James Uurrance) to positions of "rat Drug

.' I to return at an early date., visit. the capitol has been incorrectly located tle inspectors.J. i .
w! I so far as convenience to the .JI04 4'R
KISSIMMEE, FAVORITE NOTES FROM HEALTH CLASS muss of )people is concerned!, for W. Oliver a plan1 by BROADWAY ;
11I f, COMES FORVACATION 'which the should take the .
city over
far interviewed \ '
So
Miss Elizabeth Aultman arrived in The McKerrin Health Class, which i many pianv there years.has been a general ns expression I liquor business which he said gave: Day 41 PHONES Night 21 :

t t3 Kissimmee an Wednesday for a brief meets from week to week, continues I II that a location should he a cash! profit of J2 1,000 per yearandrun ,
t visit with her: parents, Mr. and Mrs. I to grow: in numbers as well as to 'I selected nearer to the centre of the it on the dispensary plan. The Yv.ti+444i 9 M"M"*0> *
S. B. Aultman, of 317 Broadway, and in Jiealth. Almost every '' "
Improve profits should be devoted to
'1 1 her large clrc:1eof friends will I be week new members are pddctt. At I fctate. Naturally, there ia a, feeling'of city improvements many -- __ __- ___ ___ 4-
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toward
pleased to greet her. Miss Aultman I'this week's meeting an excellent disapproval of) iny'surt> whatsoever any appropriation ),), except -- .o O t tt OtOt oooo oo*. o.ooco )
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c f has been highly: honored by not only I per on "Health" was read by the Ila-1 betterment, Dr. .1, E. Ennib. reports the Nurcoo.sseu -
,'" "Red Cross but by health boards retary, Mr. M..C. Clark This ) for some: temporary the sanitarium III thriving condition -
-and! now holds the post of secre-I I which W&1Spad at the W. C. for the enlargement present --with many patients on the
j" tary' of the former organization' at ( per U. district convention' at Saiut T'I renionstrutions state! building have Mt Tallahassee been .sent to; and the road to health through the open. air -i 1 ELECTRIC CAFE I 4 1
,Orangcburg, South Carolina. She > laat week, will appear in the next 'I legislature corroborating this. foelinp. treatment..
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expects that a new line of work will' sue of The Gazette, and will be the capitol'
The of placing
be given her upon l her return. worth careful rending and stud)'. wisthim The Gazette contMiiC'l a "H"I ledYI .
MRS: w. H. COLEMAN. I neat to the centre of the slate! link I for Ants"-but nothing in the article i
I BAPTIST DORCAS CLASS )been evidenced in south Uakola.. jn I mentioned"what J.he matterwas Sunday Dinners: ;
GUESTS OF M'RS. MACH BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED I 188.1: there were eight: cities entering (1: with the ants to IK'icmedied._: i..1.1WE
Tuesday evening the home of the fight for. the location of the (- ARE GIVING THE SAME Mt
Mrs. Marion Carson. 216 Broadway, j ROM OVER THE STATE itol. The candidate having the most' I l\IacruI'eli) are planning a mmis-
Mrs... Ernest Mach entertained they I wealth, and surrounded by the larger trel .show in which -Ww stars are Henry ""GOOD OLE CHICK'N .DINNERS"t I
s member of the Dorcas class of the R: O. Meek, who, from of Kissimmee 1907 to 'portion of the--population was Sioux Fountain, H. K ,,!y: vfntreet' Leroy ,1 WHICH HAVE WON FAVOR --.
Baptist church. when there was a 1912. 'was a resident i Falls; but it was located within a i (ivurstreet, Edgar/ Pc-rdew, Kenneth I
Friday
d large attendance and a most social where he handled realty, died on ; gunshot of the Minnesota line-amlall .. Butler, U. P.Kra ff| Al Gilbert
at his_. home in Fort Meade, adduced in favor of its ; Gardner and Ilenly. Anderson. ''I
(t .-:..... afternoon prevailed. A. menu of salad leaving wife and one son, Allen 'M. I argument the I George. Don't Forget Our Good Meals For Every Mealtime
,I hot biscuit cake and punch added' / selection was overcoind by cry : -
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(I I I Meek. From Kissimmee Mr. Meek that the capitol should be close to NOR OUR SPECIAL SERVICE ;'!j
4, c { to the pleasure: of. the event. 'went to Fort Meade, where he bought i the state's centre. Pierre .was :within P. A. Vans Agnew, city attorney, '
f Those enjoying the hospitality were 1 the Leader,, with which publicationhe : drew up a bill la legalize the making '
of the .4
five miles precise centroy- THEELECTRIC'
Mrs., N. .C. Bryan- Mr. Mack I till the : CAFE];: r"C. :
i '. :It'ton: Mrs.' F. E. Fennell. Mr. ,Crox'j has remained\ connected his ,will and, 'although, the' population_Was_ 'of levies in 'Kissimmee on real :
and .on and
of his'death' personal property as high as
time it
,
!' ;y'J;: :"Floyd, Mrs II. S. Gelger, Mrs. Ej succeed him In the partnership. Deceased 'I mostly' to the cast and what aouthof thena ten," mill s-not more than.' six mill! ' '
ij Hall, Mrs. N. E. Nelnon. Mrs. and it was not'upon was . R. DAMSON Droadwa't-t.1:.1O.Hceola tA
under additional i- Proprietor Telephone 42.
., was buried /m Sunday I' "through line" of railway it wai'selected. for street''purposesand an' : !
;? beth. Wjurinjr,;,, Miss. Bryan auspices of the.Maso.ntc fraternity. Then the 'entire state coni- 2.6 mills for school purposes. "
r S'i' and the result has It was introduced 'in the' house by +Oo< 6"0066 OO" O o c .OOtOHO'. 1
FORMER LOCAL TEACHER menced to "grow, .
of
I II t, Winter Haven is 'in the midst clone to the Representative Johr. W. Watson. .1
MARRIED IN TEXAS.Announcement because of the been that Pierre es now -
throes of indignation -
is made of the 'assault by John Tbornhill, a deputy- I centre of population as well as being County commissioners issued permits ; has spent approximately and J
riage of Miss Ruth Clark, sheriff, upon a schoolteacher, C. L. (I easy of access front all )portions of for carrying firettrms to O. K. M75.000L j "That on account of financial los .t
I '* f of Mrs. -fl I. C. Clark, -of 216 Verona Jones-during which Jones suft'erell the state. Roberts l W. D. Johnston J. B.: John- "That -$375,000 of this amount was ass suffered in the ban If failure at Ii
AI .street to J. R. Nelson, of Goldtht Florida can afford no longer to Johnson. under the supervision ofthe Kissimmee in Juno
; ,a skull fracture and other injuries sen, Lewis Johnson, and M. J. spent of.1920, we are )
t waite, Texas-the ceremony -occurring which necessitated removing the vic- have her seat of government at so' Looked like 'too much John State Highway Department, and the short of funds, and we will have! to -r.
,. at the home of 'the brother of I, Plasterers Jacksonville have distant! a point from the actual business son." survey and specifications of the road' place un increased millag-e on the r
; ',\ the bride, R. H. Clark, at Caddo, .voluntarily- reduce1 *. their wages! i of the state. If Alabama ever from Saint; Cloud to the Melbourneline I property located in this districtoa ... :
,1 Texas, on Wednesday, April 26. I twelve and one-half yercent. This I' succeeds in annexing the nine counties A severe light over tile Issuance was made by the State Highway the purpose of taking care of 'hSe' .i'.;
I Many residents of Kisaimmee will has been 'brought about through a 1 she now desires, and it believedto of a liquor permit to Robert Mugge, Department, and its estimate of the funds no lost, and for that reason it ':+
remember, the bride as one who I.. desire to stimulate building.tim I be the will of the people to turn who had removed to Kissimmee from costs wan approximately $225,000; is impossible to place a higher bur- :
;s't I taught in the primary grades of this I over that desired property) and J\!- Tampa and bought the saloon of R. and the people in that district and don at this time on the district and..aelk
''i'city for some six .8lirand who to a Tampa hospital. The ceive some five million dollars from T. Butler, chairman of the board of the board of county commissioners, on the county at large in order to 'j
+4' spent last November here renewing er had punished a son of teat"h-i Alabama in exchange, then Tallahassee county commissioners. Rev. J. L. being' desirous! of having sufficient complete this road and we believe
'J, ;I Cornier 'acquaintances. Mrs. Nelson for fighting as any teacher ; would be upon the outskirts. The Moon\ of the- Methodist church, and fund, did bond said -district for it is! the duty of the State Htgtafay J *"
:b t has a- host of admiring friends in and after the whipped lad five trillion dollars would build a numerous women, filed a protest $275,009! ( ( -.HO that their part of the Department to see that this road in 1
,.:-. .-. Kiaslmmeer father the deputy-sheriff went on magnificent state capitol upon some against the action. Mugge was represented road could be completed. now completed 1; und.
{ the warpath.B. site donated by the county that would by Attorney W. J.. Soars, "That we now find that WP lack I "WR HEREBY GO ON RECORD :iq
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS be the choice o the people near the and numerous sworn affidavits were Approximately ten miles,, of havingour as being ready to assist in any 1 ssl"f:
1 w ENTERTAIN SISTERS T, Roby was endeavoring to center of the state-and there, wouldbe submitted from prominent Tampa I ..portion. of the road completed Ida way to have this road completed." :.r
There was a jpleasing.attendance at drive away some cattle which were a wonderful growth in the state citizens! testifying to the excellenceof "
))1 1 Fraternity Hall evening his lawn and because of its progressiveness.Let business and ,
4 Wednesday trampling over destroying Mugge as a man a 1
f, t when the Knights entertained their his improvements at his home on the choice of the people be lawabldinlcitizen.: The application '
\ Pythian..-Sifters and guests, and there Lake Elsie Polk 'county, when a epressed at thepolls an to what ,. was final!allowed by the commissioners II CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT .J t |IFOR |

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t' Conscience Him y.ANTKIA quantity of I-root chicken .
Macs seven feet by I"","hlt-k"-c"u"1 .. }
DR. T M. RIVERS L. H. LEDGE M. / .STOUTThe == .nonabl Apply 'ot $ xualfK.wlr f..r fencing.,..Sh : Hurry.1110 Cui-tla.H pull: sine of 1-tstreet
f a ,"I know I have done wrong:, please Broadway. J Spits
:\. .,, I ,1 rr.MJewt c-AIe. r Vic.-PT..id.at forgive me for not doing my ..dutyand I--OH 8AI.K-Kulck 1lj\l.<- nix tnwlntt\" WANTERT0- :; '- -three JI
buy tract of to
I.. -== writing you before. I am thank- car In one coiuMrton I'I!'r C F nv,' a< V4>n, improved clone-In, for 4
.. --- ful to God for the rood remedy lie Bailey Saint Cloud U1-41X.- lionif. TVi-ms' .>lrcd. Phone IJ*. f
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.". .-0- ,-,-=- -- ,--, -- --- - ,- -- ', . === gave you, .and would not take $500 .FOR SAI.1iShaw Motorcycle. little or cell nt SOS Kant Lake street, it-tt clt,. ,'
for the good the first dose gave me. used; In' excellentcondition; mica -
; : ; ; The Bank- With (I,,have been bothered for many years a tires bar; magneto...ln at SS&model Address; rout PotitofnceBox $. lOll. ... ANTKIV>--P"JntlnRln"ld" or cat! i;
' --= with gas in my stomach and indigestion : I 321KI..lrnm...... li>-4tx :All work guaranteed.F.. A.'Pu144. S
.; !, 53 the DollarIt 1'1 but since taking Mayr's Wonderful - Oukl..y irrore.Fat-n. .. Kissimmee.31.21's.
Dead w
FOR HALM-Oood Konllo row II"lvlnJ
Remedy two yean ago, hare I milk. See Mm. It M fiuckmnKt: .'
l+ 'I. Ability ,. i had no such trouble." It that is a simple, 603 Bmmrlt trrt. ln-tf I WANTKl old burtt711>--Stm.do work anything by 1_)'eer. .'
harmless remove
preparation
FOR SAf.K ComfnVtalilo'. reaid..n&, in I parents depending on mc f, .fall".
from the intestinal -
and the catarrhal mucus .port. Address Houston Vi
) t = 1. buried in place. It's dai'y == city with two lots: bar-grain ; will f,
by you some out-of-the-wty a tract and allaya-theinfl mation accept Ford In good cniiflitlon In II KlHKliiimec Florida. 15tfxWANTKD ;
. ;.. === == stomach, pnynnHit. line J. Mcl'hattxr.KlaalmniuO. +V.
which practically part
) causes : !
l the -To hear from of-
Willingness ItVa othe.The bjrdiof owner
temptation to
'; 'i G worry to you. very === liver and intestinal all merits, including IJ-lf good ranch 'ni.alo.. State cash '
: life. There it appendicitis. Orre dose will con- SAI.B3 One, nets Electric I II'late. price; fun purllculara. l>. F. Bu.U'iMlnnonpollH.
f,1 r I to Serve air carry the news. It's' a constant menace to your FOR Wall 2itinneentn.lais21.21.96.27. r.
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vince or money refunded. J. Z. Rob Practically now. At 4 reasonable -

; ''I'I a 'place where that dollar will! _be a living .joy to you-;where you .erson! and druggists everywhere.A. _ft., .price. 'Apply Valley 'Oa--tt.. .( !

can always get it and where' it is safe. That: place it here. E. Thomas )has been appointedto FOR 8ALK--One Nash touHng car MISCELLANEOUS. +
DEPOSITS INSURED All the' position of city assessor. and one Haynes evon-pnacenirer SECOND;: HAND OOODB. DouBht .old' '
:= touring car. Roth of these at he r- and 1.
There 'were no written applications < repaired. The Casino. 44.tt :'
... = = gala prices. w. B. Maklnaon City. I
for the post on Tuesday evening I.tf WITH OUR HTINO FRocEsaTi we''
t .
but the council felt assured the appointee make. new your old faded olothlnw.,!
would accept the position FOR 8AI.K-Two boy" aulta. 4-year I 1'ctp. The Tailor 117 South Orange ..?.

dark old clip/grre, .velvet n. Russian one. dark style blae white one SJU'Vl'' ...".'. 'o'tofnoe Box HOI Orlando.If-tfo' ; /

T t : la I P COUNTY BOARD SEES collar Apply and cuffs 101 Main drtachablr.ctreet. Nearlynew 4.-tf '
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: County I
; ,, 9ktiofOsc s PRESSING NEED: OFCROSSSTATE: ,ROAD, FOR 8ALJI.-OD. Kmaraoo TypeVTltir !' LOST _ .'.. :

; : : model three, visible, as eNd .a new.Apply LOI'IT-A"iT.' eame--pinwith!safety cat&b. t
: Taller Oaiette. tf. Finder. return to Oai.tte offlce. Re-,
/Continued! from Pats On) ...rd. .' uuday ,

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rJ this road becausEpf.the
. i on The
.. be topped each-at UaMtte .
n' the
= cents vicinity of Beaumont avenjV '
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of.'the road broacwith an antlqWerold mount 1..
the

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