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 27, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID01013
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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LINEMAN KISSIMMEE HAS VISIT'r' ' : 'EXERCISES JAiLED" INTERESTING MEETING "
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FROM CLOSING TRACEY IS "MISSIONARY'AiUTO",1CARRYIN
WEST PALM BEACH
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SERIOUSLY Passing through' .Kissimmee on OF. KISSIMMEE VThere" was a.-session last ,
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INJURED HIGH : ROB'T'MONTSD'OCAAlSO
Sunday and for
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the'west
coast were.a dozen cars tivo Association' ,
1BY'ECJftIC'( from West Palm .Beach all 'loadot tbe'.matter of the devoted culture.largely to -
WIRESY..cblag PROVE of rosell
with business and INTERESTING APPREHENDED
men women anx .
,; ious to acquaint themselves with E. B. Money, of Apopka an au. : NORTH
"-' conditions in othu H, J . -, : "- thority in that fruit being -a guest '
Florida clties.'anclearn ,
'Electric'' .. Carrvbf more of the ,state. There wa Sersso--,T. Gradates At Hi,k Sckool) ,Both Are Charred Witk RobbbfMa* There following were., ''' some talk tatf present-and So. Oevw '

,'Tweary-tareHaadrd Volt K *cktd a jolly'bunch-and It !wu' a matter A n dil i rl a H 5...., Eveaisift of Mosey and. MloMaad,,, Isaper- and a.history a of upon the rosello the culture there r... Advertiiiai Will Qf. .'l..
-.. Werkssaa of. regret that their stay' -could'' :not 1 '. rf-.o. Mach PabBdry That
To The ,Grosad e.natiag'Oars '
Thirteea Te ; were -made. 'much
,. be 'of longer'duraUcm. Their return .. ,Graduate .. 'r!' + information many queries tendered.. Throe and Will. B.'Mvaatage.a" .

Early, Monday morning D. iR. Me:;: was 'on Wedivesdsy-when they ''remained 'Gr. exercises for th'e !clos m. 'Gasetto of. last week told of ago Mr. .Morn) had' between thirty years "VIalt :
Cowan llnemaii for the' Kissimmee: In Klsslmme some 'twenty lag of the local high and grade' the almost fatal accident which. occurred and forty plant; the following KIs.lmmee-Tou'lI'Llke' n."
Telephone Company.. was found lying' minutea after which 'they 'left.;for schools will,occupy-the greater pork on"Brack""street on the preceding he had one acre; last year he year had 'The Midway City-Ocean to Gulf. ' ,
in.ensible'st'th'' foot of a telephone a night at ,<'Orlando.< tion of the coming week-the graduation Tuesday evening.: when throe forty-two acres; and I* now 'anxious ''If 'you don't: Vlsltr Kisslmmee. '
pole near the .,.residence of IL >W, In 'the' 'roster of. .visitors. were, sermon being, given on Sunday alleged drunks ran their car Into. a to have a* large! acreage'as possible. You'll Always Reget It."/ '
Boice.'1108 Via"Itreet, hugged close found George F. Bensel, president evening at the school auditorium by tree-the men' being 'Gab White, Lack of space in this issneforbids VUit ,Kissimmee: Farmfand
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the pole by his safety belt;, which the Rotarians; H< E. Robinson executive Rev R.'' F. 'Hodnett. commencing, loe\ Tr.cey .and Robert :Montsd'oca, a full report of the meeting'-but af Trucking Landa: Artesian, Well*.: -;
( m still fastened' :Help waa'' immediately secretary' 'of.'the Chamber of eight o'clock; V an .of. Saints' Cloud.: .As'a sequel to ter arising vote ofthanks had been Pure Artesian Water." .
aummoned,but,a pass Commerce; ,Cart I.A. Riddle,' city The'*full program for this affair. the affair the two '"last-named wen given the .visitor: there was a disposition' -Klsslmraee, .haa Quid ,Concord.klssimmeeS ..
ing a few moments latertho, Injured managerH.. H. Curtis:: publisher of follows! arrested on'Wednesday charged witb 'upon the part of many to put Roque Qnoksy..Cro9uaR; TmnJa, ;
man.was at one brought) ,' to the city. the Sun; -and 'D. iH.KJonkllngpub- ? robbing man ot sixty dollars, two in- an' experimentalpatch of-roselle, .PlarlTOUnda. ,
J' Dr. H. S."Geiger; and' Dr Haynes! lisher of the Pos/f ,W.;H.' DaCamara.and Voluntary. watermelons a quart of hooch, and Mr.Morrey, see .that Fino Church e*',
Brlnson were promptly at the aide of I ''B. D." Cole, of The Chamber of Doxology. and Sheriff u: R. Farmer placed;the seed is sent here-although it: some is Schools,,' Golf,.Course: ,, Boating; Batlu'
,the injured .nun. 1'ellderin&"auch; ...- Commerce; B.'J': Carlberg, J. A.' Ed. Invacation.[ __. ,Rev. W.. H. ColemanScriptureureading duo-in the county jail. bit(aisle plant: a f ,
( a wa' possible at the moment. wards F. W. Rane, H. T. Ctfmmings, ,Rev.. J. B. Basaett ':As near as can be ''gathered the good yield with-expectatioA-of '''Kll8lmmMs-Oeaan.to''G 'Princi J.;.
Late I in the day it was found necessary Ben Potter A. R..Taylor,and George ..Son,." Praise facts which have been told about the pal Cl tie*i Delightfully Situated.". *
otaW'two finger, but It C. Moore; Miss Nita ,-Lovelace, who DoubleQuartetPrayerRev. ,- city for several .
was believed possible to save the arm For one -year was '.a teacher in the W. H. Dreach appears that ,a short 'time previous 81'1 . that was torn into ,shreds and badly public school .of Kissimmee Mrs. Elesponee.o..Margaret Brunson, '23 to the accident the trio were driving Kissimmee yest rda,..for an extended 'large' map. thowlng{,the relative lo-, I
burned. The victim of the accidentwas B..J..Carlberg Mrs H E.. Robinson, Double Quartet nearthis.city'when; a car wa ,net In several northern- states-expecting I cation of Kissimmee with other pJ.tn- ,
badly cut and.bruised about the Mrs. Carl 4..hiddle, and Mrs. J. A. Solo."d. For A Closer Walk in which It was believed by the 'oe- jto be absent several months :cipal' cities ,of"the state,'aro patoted
face and neck-tout no bones were Edwards. With Thee"----Lois Overstreet cnpanta-of the car that.was wrecked upon the howe.cartbat' left Klsaim-.
broken, and there was no evidence of Announcements. to have a bit..of liquor in it. The mee on Monday bound for, northern,
I '14/ffternal.Injuries; Although: -for. a Sermon-"Thought and Action" car was .stopped..the driver Informedthat :Michigan as its final destination ov* "*
f- time McGowan's life'' was despaired GROWER ELS10' '...f_"___*____Rev. R. -Fi.' Hodnettjong the twos men, Tracey and Monts\ KISSIMMEE,$' BANKING; er a circuitous'ron.that will take
a of: he is"progre wing'promising! towards Onward, Christian Soldier? does, ere.offteers"ot the law,- aDd, in numerous' eastern' states ; _
t.. convalescence' at.'thia writing'; Benediction -. it is' alleged the man was placed "in *: The.car beionga to.W ". Babtoad, N
MJcGowan, whoj, has been iiwtho ytAS LONG"USEO.ROAD. Postlude., custody. The story then relates that OPENS who will'' drift t .on the long trip

,, 'lThe graduation, exercises of the the nan, rather than suffer arrest .INsmrUON ,. now lal.t1)ut.; #..carrying' with him hi*
November::.; : eighth grade pupils'will be carriedout rave up. hi, bottle, handed, over all O : Y family and the ,painting wan done' 'r cc
p. the'";Beaman home was attending .to IS CLOSED TO CARSRoadway at the high school auditorium on .its money sixty; dollars, and the'officers" ( TUESDAY under the authority. of the, Chamber
hi. 'duties at the top of the pole- Friday of the coming' week, with the adding to their gains the *"4' / - ** *4 *. .Commerce. ** It ''Is, 'needless to asJert -
Jose beside which stands a pole carfying -' ....::.- 'ollowing' program, commencing'' at tWo melons from the car, allowed Mercaaat ',&:" 'Fanaer:Bank olKis that'. III' every town and city .
.: wires of the electric eleven o clock in the the culprit his freedom and com- through which the vehicle i* driven
company. morning.
It la presumed that unconsciously he Ud' For Forty Year to menced to "hit ''er op? with the re ....., Capital. $%5.000, I*I Traajictiaf *- there will be counties queries pro r, ',
touched the cable carrying, 2300 voltsas Traffic Taomsaad. of Meloa-. SelectionHigh School Orchestra .uUs'stated( last week. Gabo Whites : ..Batbeu ', pounded_'to the;._-.DeCUpanu- all
-- the wire shows where the handor Lost to Grower! "t" Invocatlorf.=:=:.Rev R. F.-Hodnett 'not implicated-in this alleged.rob-, of these questions will bring about a,
some portion of the arm had been Chorus-"The Robin.!' >ery. I Although had been determined publicity which could possibly 'be ,
burned" the 'metal-.nd the shock Shingle Creek citizen 'are deeply Reading "Commencement" Whether all these points are correct that the official opening of the .Mer brought about in no other manner r
rendered ,him uncon.clou..nd sent wrought up over the act of C. O. __ ___________-Rebekah: Miller, in all details is not positive chant 'A 'Farmers Bank of Kissim The map in thawsetve* will prove ,
him to the ground. Those with- authority -I Vewlon, who hah barricaded a road Piano solo-."Down The Lane" I but they appear to be strongly sub m.. should not take place until Wednesday interest-gainers, to speak say there was no way that has been used for several .......__.___..Eleanor Overstreet I itantiated rumors. Th..melon. were ,June 1, it so happened 'that rate and.will shoW how nearly to ih
necessity for him to have touched the decades by residents west of his Pantomime-"My Old Kentucky I In their c.r. and the party, appeared a '..representative 'from the "state exact. I centre ot( the atate Kissimmee'
electric wire, and there were no property, who, because of the incompleteness Home", ---____...___Eleanor Rosen to have plenty of cash to pay for comptroller's office came to Klsslmme lies, and the contiguity of the city tG '
crossed wires ao far as known. of a county road that Reading-"The Bald-Headed Man" laving the car towed from trouble on Monday, and found all details the lake of Southern Florida will t' '
has been "laid out,"- are forced to --.:.-__ Lena Harvey and topay for a broken window. regarding.theneww. financial: InstKa- add weight to',' the' publicity gained,
cross the land of Newlon.to reach the Piano Due "Les Soirees de Dance Tacey, whose record is' muchly tide were in perfect' condition and through-tho. preamhulatorr _
STATE'S HEAVY LOSS brick road. Mary Louise Snodgrass and, Eu- written in court records in Oaceola acting upon his advice the*bank gandUt,':ft-+ -f,. apopea .
Newlon was before' the board of genia Akerman; countyi has been fortunate in all his commenced doing business on -the J .
county commissioners at the last Musical Readlntr-"Nothbl& to Say" trials by having.juries whose 'ivmpahies following day; *' .$..,
BY RESIGNATION OF meeting and recited the fact that he --_.___ -____..Eleanor Overstreet have peen with him; and while Possibly no institution in th..'a.&'.! KISSIMMEE'S$ WATER '
{ objected"Jto" the- continued use of the Piano aolo -"Angels of Paradise"Katherine b. showed much contrition in the has been hedged about so many'com
read f crossing, his p1'Op8rtyen. ....... ...____ Moseley count court regarding the advice and plications' regarding its commencement
AILE'OFfiCIALS. though, It.bad been.so used.tor many Reading imitations.of-Youth!? *' urgments of' the judge, he scents to- as has this institution, and the 'IS DECLARED FREE
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IWO | years and now cared for a rural i __ Eleanor Rosen have /'erred and .strayed e e like need of a master hand at the helm .. ,.
route. The commissioners' told him Piano-aolo-'At' Parting1! __ lo ,t. sheep. ..Wh.ther-.aU.- trials strongly-feltT":" It;-_-ollir after
that the* toad having been used for 1 : :':.__+u____Eunice Rivers .. fortunate a* those thus U. G. Staten had secured a control- : ROM CONTAMINATIONAll
Florida WaD Have Difficulty ia Fiadia such. sr thoroughfare for seven years :. Chorua-"A' Garden -Lnllaby.'V" fare is..an enigma.An !ling Interest in the;bank, and .thereladbeen '. ,
( A 'P..daa. to. Faactiea ,So or more "he. bad.: no right to.-shut it Delivery Diplomas' and. Medals< ,_ some radical changes: in j the t" __ !' ,c . *; '
Ably A Protoat Head mr.nd.th.. attorney for the board, County Superintendent C. E. Yowell J t alarm r seven o'clock-Wednes- contemplated directory, that matters ApJ.- V >. ;
Pat Johnston, advised._the-, board to Selection __..High School Orcheftra day, evening called the departmentto I assumed a.business aspect that would Rrardtef Tht ,
*T Florida's .state board of health will was, liable on notice that he a Olnt. on Park street directly on appeal to the public; and sincee' that Parity of Local I Wabr.S.pplr.Ma: "
** continue the work which has been to prosecution if'he obstructed In the 'class of thirteen seniors to the railway where the roof of a :time conditions' have worked outmost E Toased'ArfdeA '.
bringing to the state so much excel- the road.. graduate in the exercise in the high house occupied by .a tnegreia'! '': was satisfactory.' '*' ,' : '"
ev n though It may Paying, apparently no regard to school auditorium to commence at: biasing. The fire, was.:extinguished The bank'is capitalized at'$25,000with , *' in' all' cltU* there.will occasionally .'
be temporary crippled by th. .re.lg- the advice of the attorney or the (Continued on Past Nine) with, practically no .loss. ., A a surplus of $2l OO.- and the'dl aria rumors regarding-the supply -,
r nations Dr. Ralph N. Greene who board, Newion 'proceeded' to shut the. rectory is m.up' of'U.'G. Statenpresident of water for domestic :use, it becomes -
/has made so' enviable a head in its road-justat the time when ;A-' L. ; R. C., Woodbery and R. E .necessary .: at frequent Intervals -"> .
..; .-. medical department, and Joe I* Ear- ,Steinbough had a large quantity of OFFICIAL FIGURESIREGARDING VALUABLE WATERS Grabel; vice-presidents; M. S. La- to have proper .naJ"...- made;
man, whose active methods have ,watermelons ready to. be loaded for nler chairman 'of the board; and This is' don* in Kinslmmee.'ppon the. 1
market. Mr. Steinbough is Fred, S. Gilbert, merchant of desire of the council '
teen so largely Instrumental placing managing Isis? and st the suggestion' t
the board upon a financial foot the old Overstreet property, and CLOSED FOUND IN I DRILLED (Continued on Page Five) of the state- board of'health.. '
ing that has never before been known his holdings .re''bounded upon one "' It has been rumored 'upon several
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In Florida. That the board will.be side by the Newlon property through TAXLISTS PUBLISHED *' occasions :within the past six month .
'---handicapped at the outset is acknowledged -. which th "road has' for a long term 'SAINT CLOUD BANK WELL AT FISH LAKE FOR, ONLY FOUR WEEKS that.the largo. i i watertank, had not .
but folJowtnr.along the of: years extended. The loss of this WILL BE TERMED LEGALIf ; been cleaned for"several year; that, i w
line which have been developed by crop amounts to a large sum-but > the. w.terw.a carrying a vast
those who have had the reins of government as- there is no other way "out" from DaU. c..ce.--Th; : Pint Natiead. ''Aaal"aia.. cliealea- Water I Of PecHar I the governor- approves amount .of.,.impurltlee; ,and that Jt: 1>
the melon field there and'i. '
be
in their hands for nearly can no trans was most essential< that there be a'
portation. The road that' has been Bank of Saint Ge.d-Takea From ;QnaEtie And I Excellent there I I. no reason to believe tiatwill '
> two years, the state board-of health ,. tot, there will,.be general deaD-up of the storage tank.
should continue to hold the high closed by Newlon runs through the Geveranieat Reports For .Many Tkiag fir the newspapers.no and more tho-tax excuses Had these rumor been .strenuouslycirculated
average which. it has gained, among lands of both Steffee and Campbell ooUectors be in doubt there i* no doubt: much ill-
,* pake institutions in other states;.. who have no objection to the continued ,' The public has been Illyinformedregarding Kissimmee is certainly promising as to how to. any week longer the tax sales effect would ,.haw .been felt by the
Mr. Eartnan will retire to a semiprivate use of the road; hence the entire .the status of the defunct to become a health resort of considerable advertisement many shallb., city-even though'none 'of them'bad.? '
life- his own business and blame of the closing of the road first-National 'Bank of Saint Cloud. magnitude a well has For\ publishedthe >in the least, grain,.of. tJ11tb-as-a'bu4i.. .
interests in which he become a par- if placed at the door of Newlon. Even theresidents of that city, intensely been drilled at Fish Lake,midway between been newspapera a controversy_ years thlr there. has As a matter of f&etth.UJt; ; at' ..
ticipant the time.he, can Newlon has-also closed the road by interested have not kept this city and Saint Cloud, me: lawyer would over four subject, the':water>plant:' :1ael.aned-at, -froqne'nt -" " des
taking his share of the which James H. Bronaon has been pace with reports :which should have which bids fair to become noted for. thins covered the say publica-- interval '.The' work' i I. 'don''
l'pleasures that are rightfully IVt .reaching his mailbox, located practically been made public, and the enigmatical several purposes. As a drinking' while the next thirty-day one would.provison at.?,.night-usually commencing- about: .
from the efforts'he has ever t>ut upon the division line between condition of the institution at water it"Is admirable-pure In every likely it took five weeks very one o'clock"'and th. 'pr en. occupies .,
forth. His elegant home in West Neon of Steinbough and the aresent time, is a matter of 'fre- way, odorless, and possessing but the time.say.' to cover, I about two hour** time.." .Beca...,, it Is '
Palm Beach will be occupied except ; 'norcan the rural mailclerk luent comment. slight "'laxative properties. As a The'Maypolsa don ''at that hour;few. residents ,-are
senate bill
when he and his family are taking deliver mail at". that box because of :From the recently issued.report; of medicinal water it' hal been found house, and It'' settles'has'passed'the the' aWare- of the' .ctIol\; yet .it-is-hardly' ... .
their annual vacations touring the the refusal to allow travel over the the comptroller of the currency some excellent: fqr several complaintsthough > con- !three j weeks since every particle of,
country.Dr. road. Mr.. Bronson will be forced to details have been gathered which It halt a* yet been tried in lons.roversy. the by legal making time the fourpubllca sale ahall- foreign substance vaiTremoved, from
Greene will locate ia Jacksoni (Continued on Pace Ten. will doubtless Drove of interest -to "aH- but t a limited .{umber of cases; yet run. I the storage-tank, the tank flushed
ville where his private. practice, au g. citizens of Oqceola county regarding so confident i* the owner that there the."pipes so far"a* 'possiblegiven-'
IMnented! by the record: ne has made"both the. bank known by-the offlclat num- are wonderful properties contained thel& same treatment,"and -the, consumers .
in private and public lifer wit: SPECIAL DISTRICT Ter.687.) The ,report tells of the In the'fluid that he' is arranging toexploit' were ignorant ,oeeurence.
assure his a large cite tele. When a organization of the bank on March It in numerous ways. MEMORIAL SERVICESWILL The only' intimation that the work, .
', practicing physician, i rti 1909. he was 24, 1910; with a capital of $50.000i] The well is 118. feet in depththeanal had been) carried on might have been ',
appointed aesltant-phyeician' the GETS ENDORSEMENT and that it went into the hands' ofthe seventeen' feet being in solid nOticed in the'morning when the first
state hospital, and within a year was receiver on January 2, 1918. At rock. It Is the property of Allen E. 'BE CONDUCTED opening of the 'spigot t' would bring
.- nadethe chief of staff-which poet the date of the suspension of the institution Fosdick; who Immediately upon out a water that was discolored" I
The occupTetr -lHo"PB-than-aijc years. BY HUGEMAJORITY there were assets amounting striking this flow, bought considerable Followed ,by pure.-..wstsra. moment ,I
He was commissioned at the time or --- to $447.998; and this amount.was surrounding acreage. When Well- ,SUNDAY AND MONDAY later.1 evidencef.) .. '.7 ,1
the outbre with Mexico, and for 'r-r I subdivided like this: Driver Brat ton struck this flow he v To ., parity,of the wat.er
eight months was with the/troop on No Estimated good: ___________$ 98,696 tasted the water, and was surprised which Is supplied the residents of ,'
the Rio Grande and his Practically Op..Iiti..wu S...... st the .entire absence of all hint of Graad Kissimmee from the' ,
report upon Estimated doubtful ?_______ 138,332 Army of The Republic Will municipal plant' ,'>.
various important themes were madea To The Far aatie.., .of .Ta* Now Estimated worthless _____.. 210,960 sulphur: then he tasted ft more and Not Allow Tk Day to Par'WUfcoat sample of the product i .were forwarded '
more. It .ftne he declared to
part of national literature. Special Tax District / wna ; and Jacksonville for examination
., air upon'his return Dr. Greene was Total Assets ,------(47,9881 when Mr. Fosdick commenced to Tao Curtoaary Service. and the following letter from,
elected president of the State Medi- There was but little interest 'taken To this sum was added "AII.et.1 sample it nothing.: would do but that . the- chief sanitary i engineer'of the
cal Association-but soon after entered in _the election held on Saturday for received since date of \ there must be an analysis. So he In commemoration of the day soiniversally state board of health, will auure the
,;; a the army medical service servftfig the formation of special tax school SS3,351-but there' is no 8\Jspen.lon"J,as- proceeded to send liberal samples of ; remembered throughouthe people that there bro. Imperfection \
.I) through, the emergency period in district, which will be -officially to' whether these are "goodVdoubt- the flnld to the bureau 'of sanitary entire country' there'will be a in> the-water coming from the arts, .
: .'' charge of all nervous and mental demands .known as "Number 4." Possibly the ful," or "worthless) ;" but inany engineering of the state board of Memorial Sermon delivered .Sunday *lan.wellaand run through-the-city -v '.
; and was" discharged only at smallness jf the vote was the result event it brings the assets to an aggregate health, with the result that the fol hall ten-thirty in Grand Army pipes. ;The letter .'-directed to th*. ..
the request of the state board of of1' tho general understanding 'that of 481339. \ lowingreport was returned The U JClssimmM, Rev JL B. Brows, cud clerk,"' leads abelow* : .; .
health to take the position 'of health there would be no op o.ition.1Id There was deducted from this sum figures given are' so many parts in of Saint Cloud, officiating.: 'AllGrand On,May:12 w* received from you -II''. e
j. officer. the voters seemed to be willing to 'offsets allowed and settled" $46,667; a million, and those who inky. be Army men and women and two sample of water for"u.bacterio' f
i While holding this position Dr. "Let George do it" in the way ofselecting and there was also a loss 'on assets versed insuch matters will immediately all be their friends-sre .cordially'invitedo logical' examination aa 'to;purity,and j
'! d' Greene, through the conoperation. ofythe. the trustees to serve for compounded or sol&under'order of realize that. thi.,water is finely On present. submit 'certification, to,the.'treasury ">
'a state ha accomplished two yearswithout payand fixing the the proportioned: Monday.THemorlal Dati all l departmaf'foruso :r'
board court; reaching $20,441; : leaving members of O. O/- Howard Post on"commoq car :;, ;
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" < .(Continued on Face Two) mlllage. assets remaining of the nominal value Color ._______._....k_____ 40 Grand Army ofths,. Hen' -for drinking purposes. ,.; f
U There were but 60 ballots cast upon of $$2763X7.. There has been collected Odor ..,-__.____..... 00 with member of Republic, together Circle ' '"Examlnitlons. have -been cone! -
; WINTER PARK WALLOPS the proposition-of' which.but nine: upon assets $187,401,'_ and Total' Solids V223" rSoogwick ed opon. the above samples, and .the ,
'urged to be.t the Grand
;iffc--V: KISSIMMEE BALL' TEAM opposed the formation of the district there has been collected.from >assessment Fixed" residue" (mineral J) ....178 -.- Array are, hall "' at.nine-thirty rtsult indicate that.the water front ,.. ..
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-tb.uagiving i majority of 61. .share-holder. Volatile J"omptJy. deep-drilied artattaii.wlT.,Is of
tII' --i-- : :: upon ; $45,160 residue (organic-) ,. 45 In the ;: "that your
f. *:: In 'clnoer ,-PI.' pm,. ye-ster- At the .sam 'time" -there,.were. cast making an aggregate .,collection, x>f Alkalinity'(M.:,O.) ______Tr-l 0 gathering will be.taken, to: point, RoaehUlcemetel'J'.wbere..a the I good:sanitary quality. ,and ;' la.ati-, .f tii
'with Winter; Park, on theIr' Wn 29 ballots>xavoringVthu placing of io > :.. '". .- .- Alkalinity ,(P),'._..:;-.,.II00 propriate saertlea factonrtor.drinking, ,Tb
aa7:; defeat maximum'mlllage at. thro mUJSjand : The i assertion: 'which. I* Tittad.%by Bicarbonate 5.' <-..___ --196 will-be conducted. It. ia bacterial content1 or,t&o samples ex'
grounds, Kisahnme suffered one vote 'fora*one-mUl'kvy.- - -, .the government that'for- eajh dollar Carbonate -'>.;..,...... .;._-rOO; that .other especiallyurged andned'wasinotaialapdtbre weri ,
r" .' > ,*bJ'acor.; of n i* fc- IL=JfltFjtla';alt.;Fan s.1 ."'The vote,for' three" '. trustees. ''result. of "rood asset there was an offset / Bnloh te*,p., ,Vf\'ri''it ir'. r.-rt. 00 and. H, posalbl amiiany will, ''in..'these-may no js.-fldencoa' :'of"c contamination. 16.
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i. (rlade''onarron.It was''a .atrongly. ed*'follows: ?, A. ; S.. 'Gilbert, 16; of'three "dollar::U that were ,either \, C ori@a;.,;.'t.._.._.._: _.. 2 .,errtc bs,'and -tho proaenee..of.: v either- sample'-examined..?- .
. .. Contested gains, and the second gam e.. Fred.Jar Gilbert, .J5f c.. H.:Grantham, ."donbtfrd": or, "worthless" U Is what .yT, tai hardness;':_:. ;.:____-176'. number',will )oipproclatod.. '* largo,. 4h: "Sigtladd i_ rtwmW." ; .SlmonrJiG: .t,
i .: an4ths 6;. fL'Claade. Harper' ,; "; E.: L. Looly causes wvndenneat.npon the part. of 1 .CaJdWn _..: a, ..,L__.._,, 68.2'' a I......:. ....,1 .V" :, ( o '
t t .aartaawlllrbe': played nest: ,_1 SJ.' .Overatroet; 60;,Mrs. T.ground thee common people, and would.indUcate e.i". "" ,,, ._:.--_. .T" ''j'Kn.' .:fob> ft.Bronon: of 222 lira .""CkW. Sanitary Eagtoeor.
.'(,'r !RT.rsday onth.Mailmma.( /. M. B1.et. .' 10;. Mrs .Elisabeth' War-. 'aLlaxneas 'vpoa the part of of Iron'Alreidr'ha.'tb.ew.e:; : ; ') ...; ;.. ;4..: bette treet.; }. went:.to;Atlanta on.Sa t. ", Sri;" "'conunoaieaUons, t.-,, '
Kissimmee. Brunaon and 14 Mrs. ;Willa' Tom IJ rgl aro ;
., battery:was ing ; Steed. 1; fdalt'-hose duties are -check np ? of'the''well urday-to be. t the -reduatin i 1\.
.,' fiery;: and ,Vrnoa \tFortor>waa'ou.'ba..r'b. amt' Clerk:1'r'T'he: three trustees ejected and. pass: upon collateral;of, .Very rtainta'aavualAatimoniabt.ad: : preHD'1I" .; ffom.thia.' Isano of Tbe'Gabwew' "
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t; 'i fiN$* PpPPjES! ': of chairman the' KTsslmme: 'By4 the American'concerted Legion fiction,I.:TRIAL'r POSTPONED OF'7BOB'WARING FOR ILLNESS'' JAKES-TAHLAC C, ,ON,

.: _. Red Cross and various other>oryarjltationa HAZEL; MATTJIWSliEARD,:, "' OSCEO-tA tRDWlR .
' the sale; isbeing pushed., 1-1 : +. ..A:. .,. . GO
.I.HIS'H.U"TING TRIP U
MUST 00 TRIBUTE 'On. Saturday :.there ( stationed in various parts. of the,city In the criminal court of record oThangre ,
who will have these red silk poppies county called at Orlando:>> 01Monday ,
,DAYFlower 1:0: 'eelL A poppy in the buttonholewill the ''ease of The State' verso Eugene' Bate, WeD-Kaow Florida I y
: A'' 'ON }MEMORIAL' R. D. Waringr, charged with ,assault -
bear witness to hallowed mem. .Guide,, .Chas TaaUc Credit,
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oriel These dainty .replicas in /crimson ' to commit murder, .came ,UD ,to bhuird. -. .. ,
T.- Show-1'JI.'Faitla W..Yield silk of the flowers of Flanders This, was"' the case wha-o I It '"WellI'm" ]leavtngr- hortly for i .\ "
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Field will give evidence of gratitude vat alleged that on the..evening\ of five-months' fishing and ,hunting trip
,' .,T. :TkoM Who Dud' OB Flanders and veneration., "A silent pledge that Wednesday' ,' March "80'when R. D._+Warl" through the Everglades, and as. Tan I,
44 Field :V:., 1 I those' who fell during the worldiwar.'hot.J.. F.." Anire, Ang\l was 'lac has helped 'me so" much already I r '
..' ----:,., wilj,not;:be forgotten nQr their sacrifice 'calling' upon Waring at the Instance I I'm'going' lo .carry ,a supply along
': ) ,Klaiimmee! 'Join heartily In ,the go" unacknowledged. JEveryoYie: of Hazel ,Matthews"! Attorney for I with me,"said>Eugene E Bates Atlantic ,
t j-4> work of'"-organizing1. every state andcity in KTsslmmee should wear a poppy the defense made' a formal motion i Hotel, Tampa Florida, as he '
,Is" In 'the' United States for a next Monday.We I for a continuance, alleging: that .the I made' a' purchase of the medicine of e J t:

t .zWorldWar Memorial Day. In its physical and mental incapacity otJ.. the Economical, prig Company, the ..
)4 r (annual convention Cleveland\ last are, proud of the cOD'deac"dodon Waring justified the request.'' Affl other. day, ........
r ; r ? nr fall the ,American. Legion adopted drnf fiiti 'and the public have davits from two sufferingfrom physicians declare* I,i Mr. Bates is well known in Florida, .: ',f,.'<<;
the red 'poppy as the memorial Waring was nervous having for been in local waters
s ,flower of the, organization,, to be i in 666 Chill aid Fever Tonic. prontation, and the allegation contained I acting as pilot years and taking out tour- fl
i worn by legionairei everywhere on In .substance that the defend-I, ists and fishing? trips.
on hunting
1 Memorial Day In anent tribute to WILL DELIVER ADDRESSAT Ii ant ."is now confined Imbed would: that the< "I had been In a badly run-down '*>4 t

their dead comrades. Other. patriotic THE BAPTIST CHURCH excitement of a trial possible condition for more than' a year," ,.
$ 1 organizations and Societies have officially and probably] at this time cause the said Mr. Bates "and Tanlac has ,\ .
i taken similar action-notable Sunday afternoon Rev. J. A. Sutton I said Waring in his present condition 'SImply made a new man of rne. Be- ; '
't the paughterg t; of the American Revolution who was for some years a lec- to' have apoplexy, known' technically!] fore taking the 'medicine'my' appetite ,

turer in the chautauqua courses, will 1 1 i a.* cerebral hemorrhage.added this about was very poor and lay digestion! F L'P ;
a ,, Millions of Bilk:* have been The -alleRation
= poppies deliver one of his noted discourses! no bad that what little I. did. eat
r mad during the last lear by war on the theme: "Where Are The Dead the defendant: prostration seemed to give me no strength.'
orphans] and widows 0 and From Death to The Reeurrectionf"This I "A very profund nervous "My stomach seemed sour and upset "
i Kent to America for this occasioVi.These lecture will be -Driven ut the I amounting to a total loss of all) the time and I was seldom "
sell at ten cents! each. ,nerve power. Thin condition result!
poppies free from and heartburn. My -
four'o'clock gas
church commencing at ,
,' '" The ::receipts' from their sale in, extended ''In a decided derangement cd'all the nerves -got in such bad condition l '
invitation Is. +1
and
.. for the .relief a general functions of the body. The digestion, I
w ... America will be used was very ea ily. excited, couldn't
1' r of French widows. The club women The services at the Baptist church'I' the liver: 'and the bowels do not function ,sleep well; and always felt tired and
on Sunday were largely attended|. lie is seldom ,able to
of the nation have been asked to Cooperate properly. worn out.
,y the invitation to listen Ho the supplying X..d.. What he does take does\ .
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with other organizations; in' I taKe < I "Well, I took 3veral-.-different - -OilCookSloves,1 C\,1
'_ r making the poppy generally! known pastor being generally- accepted 'not digest properly:Atjlimes- a Condition 'rnedi neft- with ut-< t and worn In all communities on May Rev. J. A: 'Sutton la mentioned I of autotox mia: resultsfromthe Tanlac. has fixed me up to where 'I
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80. Dr. J. W. Simpson, commander as a most' able speaker, and will conduct failure of the. Jiver, to perform its.> am just fine. 1 eat anythjng t want 'ri |
of th W. T. Makinson .Ppst. has re-' the services on the coming; Sun-I 1 functions and consequent putrefaction t :
r ;:f $_ and as mutl,as .I want without suffering to carry you cooc..
day the services up
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-although evening of the bowel contents. This
Wived {instructions, to' the wearIng with stomach like '
: urge '' my sleep with Oil Cook Stove. There.
Puritan
will be abandoned because of the condition the brain 'I Icentl'es a :
of the In Kiasimmee on poisons and'ne4ve'
( poppy u fog nights and never feel tired \
't May 30 and Mrs. W., J. Frlpp, presIdent dress in the school auditorium. ad-I'. and causes abnormal and distorted and worn out. I like to tell what Five-Year always a clean hot flame whether you set: it \

g lr of the Mothers-Teachers Club, Sunday school will commence at functioning of these organs,, I Tanlac has'' done for me, and above Guarantee low, medium or high. \

was appointed Chairman' by the Memorial 9:45: ;' regular services at eleven;'and .!mounting at "times almost to mental 1 all I like to keep some' on hand all z:=. ..:=:. The cone-top Inner Combustion Tube in the r- "?

Day Poppy campaign state' preaching at the Mission'i at three. I aberration. the time." ..u..b wv4 f- ."r Puritan Stove is guaranteed not to turn out for '
.There was .no declaration that put- : v. .......
-- .. side ot these afflictions the patientwas -......_.-.-...: five years. Thars one assurance of long lifeand ; >
INTERESTING EVENTSAT .,........ .
Y' dangerously ill, and the ju'lge c fficient service.: Come'in and ace it. "
/x announced that he: would appoint a AUDITORIUM FOR

physician 'to corroborate the asser The Osceola Girl in checked shown
MONDAY AND THURSDAYTo apron
: In a new size package tion.Hazel Matthews charged as acces- above likes the Puritan Stove. So will }

sory before the fact in- assault to help fill out the closing weekof you if you once try it. .
the local schools there will be two 1
murder, growing out of the same ..
I clever affairs not mentioned ,
very
shooting affray, entered a plea of elsewhere in these colunms -.and for I,
not guilty, and her case was set for
motion of which no set program is being made sy
trial on Thursday. Qn 1 !i
her counsel to strike out the alias of public.The
first of these will be a joint \ ,
Hazel which appeared in the I
Joyce, .
recital by the rousicpupils: of Miss ..
Formal Information, the court instructed
f a , the county solicitor to file I Winn and Miss at Behls.eight which o'clock will Mon.open ; ...; ............... .. .. .
the'alills. promptly
amended information without
LUC an
j 'f in the school auditoriumand .
I day evening .
The ground of the motion was
l this will be mainly a program .
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v of that Hazel Miss Matthews Matthews'had maiden been restored name by "the little folks." There will be ELECTRIC CAFE ,
I readings in addition to the instrumental :
order in divorce
STRIKE to her by court a
M.. .t' .. proceeding selections, and here is some
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thing there will be a surprise givenall n
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.v 4 The close of R. D. Waring has been
set to be heard Tuesday, Jujy) 12, I who attend on that evening, Just
on
CIGARETTE is to be will not iri.D.er&
what that surprise Sunday :: : :
Matthews has
. and the trial of Miss ,
I be made public) -but assurances are
iffft( t' been> set for the same time. made that it will be full of interest. WE ARE GIVING THE SAME r .:'f

KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUBIS On Thursday evening in the same "GOOD OLE CHICK'N DINNERS" 7l
the
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' .' hall and commencing at same
# __n ___. NOW... BEING_ REVIVED hqur will be a recital by the department WHICH HAVE WON FAVOR : :> YI:t +;
1EK -- - - : j
-- of music, under direction of .
Y
In an effort to revive the Woman'sClub Miss Beats and this too, promisesto \ :
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i *? 1O for J 0 ClS MANYsmokersprefer of Kissimmee there was a considerable be an evening of pleasing enter- Don't Forget Our Good Meals For Every Mealtime ,

' ' '* f gathering Tuesday afternoon tainment. A general invitation is "
'Jtf"Y
NOR OUR SPECIAL SERVICE ..
4' l ., __ at the home of Mrs. S. B. Ault- given; and it is hoped thafthere will 2
M this compact package often man, 317 Broadway, where the meeting be audience of considerable size at
was called to order by MI'!!. J.
k # q' ; by ,1 '; ''I Luck Strike Cigarettes M.' Willson, and Mrs. Paul Stanley' each affair.CONVICTS. - THE ELECTRIC CAFEJ J JG.

% acted as secretary. i RUN STILL
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ft'{ Following a congratulatory AND SUPPOSED NOW R. DA YSON. Proprietor. Telephone 42. Broadway ', '.
the the
.. by chair it was sense ,
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>*l lA( ',a. Try them-dealers now of J.he meeting that the club be revived TO BE RUNNING STILL. OOttooOOO o.tOO. !OOO..O..o.OO OOOOOO.O.O. oo.
at/ > chosen
and the following were ..
e carry bothsizes; 10 for 'is officers for the current year: Mrs Out on Lake' Winder, which 'is dan- - - -- ---'---J . '\
;i.? C. 'Stanford, president; Mts. 'W, gerously near' the Brevard county
cts,20; for 20 cts. B. Makinson, !!_It-vice,' president; link, Sheriff L. R. Farmer found a oo.o. .....o..o 4 o.*< < o-o >
M .B HUUV* > 7.SWS! % #$<( Mrs..'Johnsofl second vicu-pres- still, four barrles of mash, !And five .' itBIRD'S

JW C .t<>..> & tfr denti; Mrs M. Katz, secretary; MissElizabeth gallons of ""hooch". the) ,first, 'of' theweek -
Thy :' it's Toasted Donegan,' treasurer.:( : : \ and made the capture of' the
t' Chairmen of the Bevera| commit- ,whole works. It"was just an ordinary .

# r ,..01 tees were chosen-as"below: LiteraryMrs. 'still-}but the two had been running ROOFS "a
; H. W. Boice; historical the affair were escaped convicts who l

Mrs. .1. M. Willson; art-Miss l'j had been -avoiding1! capture by ling
'4' .., ea Bay; music-Mrs. S. H. 'ran-\; \ secreted in a cleverly-devised
I :ivic-Mrs. S. B. Aultman; and concluded to "tarn an honest "
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Mrs. E. G Vans Agnew; legislationMrs. I I dollar" by catering to those who

't- EAGiE'TOKADO". encilNQli4' I Ii. G. W. Best; en !rtainment- ,thirsted. The convicts were better .
: Mrs. W. J. Sears; membership- ,! acquainted* with the country in that
Mrs. N, C. Bryan; publicity-Mis. E. ;: section than was the sheriff and
E. Wells. Dues were fixed at one made 'their getaway.STATE'S .
: I
t dollar per annum, end meetings will
HEAVY LOSS
i' I ''l" i i. .Fee Sal..s4,....D.. ., 'Mad la fir If....... be month.held on the first Monday -of each BY RESIGNATION OF r
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{ ASK. rOU THE:YHXOW PENaL WITH TK UD AMD Among the business transacted TWO. ABLE OFFICIALS
EAGLE MIKADO \ was an endorsement of ''Poppy Day," '
which( has been designated as Me. (Continued from Pace One)
iy EAGLE;.PENCIL COMPANY. NEW YORK TK>rial: 'Day. far more than had been contemplated. r

f . f I The reorganized club and" out Som of the conditions brought j
'p 1r 1 1f i with some forty members, upon about were adverse to' the expressed
,> r. lone point all seem to be determinedand opinions of eminent physicians, yet,
', a ', that is to perfect some sort since results have been obtained, 4
101 memorial to the soldiers and sailors those critics have become staunch
Wf Almost from this county who yielded believers in the projects. Dr. Greene
as Easy as Wishing 'their; lives in the. world-war. I sought .to bring 'about centraliza-'
1 'I The matter of a bird sanctuary is 1 1I tion of administration and a coordination -
also to be taken and energetically of the different depart;
I; t, Ttour breakfast cup is ready I I pushed to completion.up I II I ments; he was successful. He has Our Advice Won't Cost ;
been active in the campaign against
c without trouble or delay when : ENTIRE DUCKWORTH STOCK social: diseases, which has resulted in

: f IS BEING SACRIFICED Improvedconditions and more efficiency : You a Nickel 4 I
in labor; has successfully "
I Commencing tomorrow morning ,I dealt with the matter of bubonic '
INSTANT POSTUM I the entire stock of the "Ladies'Shop. plague in Pensacola and established the old i
I is to be closed out at prices which, a record of rat-proofing never before MAKE buildings just as comfortable as the '

says E. G. Duckworth: will give the enualled; has completed a programat new ones, and just as good l looking, by putting oft "
women of this and adjoining terri- Perry of; anti-malarial work which handsome, fire-safe, weatherproof and
is the table beverage. well-informed declared gould < long-Lutin;
s '. ; tory opportunities never before enjoyed men BIRD'S
Y' a in the way of high-class goodsat not be done; and in a score of ways, ROOFS. .

'p 1" '' ' :' To a teaspoonful of extraordinary prices. This store has raised the standard of the state.

a. '.as been an exclusive shop carrying During the past two years every Whether it u dwelling barn .
a
t Instant Postum in the only goods of unusual qualities-but call has been answered and every garage or factory that you want tat
cup it is.to be discontinued; consequently bill has been paid; all material prop- rc-roof Id u. show you how little it will COlt to use die right Bird" , :f

( :fy ' add'bot'water. stir and qo II everything will be offered at prices erty is in ftrst-claia shape; a valua Roof. a\ $
which should attract a large patron- ble building has been erected in West
have a satisfyiris. comforting !: age. The store is closed today-and Palm Beach; and what was a deficitin Every dollar you invert in Rrd Roof will tl
I the funds of the state board of surely return one hunditj
the sale will start tomorrow. ,1
at; : drinkdelightful in taste- health less than two years ago now Cents In satisfaction as honest value n built Into every'spare foes .to

y p and with .no harm to nerves or I,LIGHTNING HITS HOME amounts to a surplus of $100,000.During of{ Bird'a Roofs \:
the term of office held by
AT HILLIARD'S ISLAND 'f
r : As many s as the retiring president and the retiring Whether ,,* .
digestion. cu ; need Bird'a
JOel Paroid Bids i
I During the electrical storm which physician there has been expend- Art-Craft. Bi d'. Pima ,
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Slate Surfaced
ty: .? ,' , : you like, without regret.Z2ieire'S' passed over Milliard's Island 'on the ed ot the money of the state more Bid's Cranilizcd Roo6np. Of Bird'Twin Shinalee ::1"OW
,"_\ ,,i night of Wednesday May 18, shortly' than $200( ().ooo--but for: every dollar advice* to Ike'conect: roof to .de:t for' your building woo't
i" after midnight, a bolt of lightning furnished by Florida an equal amount eat you a nickel. W. know torn experience that Birds Roof. '

: :. ,'t :' ?/ a, Reason. ,, struck an oak tree by the residence has been obtained from other sour. -*U good,aDd that b the trasoatwe tell them. : s
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t ,, .. '' of> C: H. Funk, and from there
_ f f ;\ glanced into the house. The effect ces.The resignation of these men will '$OU> sON b,. ,W*fcfc.! I1Ha.
' j :} ; -" ' ''Yourgtocer: "sells'JPOstxim natwoFoind ; vas to, reDder Mra. Funk ..paralyzed ake.,effect on, Sunday, Jane 5, and Wat.Is,fwt,
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d \ I, "', for' abput"twenty minute'*-not un- at this writing'their successor have '
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; .POS-TUM ''C> RFAIin' packs gesf' _ eOflKloubut merely" unable tono lotrbeen named.; Dr. Greene ha a.-, '

( I -\". :fnada ,jbjy CLUttg'J ttU3Cn'HadebrB : -----$,. r--; >e. ...(The' fluid also entered the lured INS NT.POSTUM" (iitrii: !)df kitchen,of till home where' it badly at. all times be ready to co-operate
...:: .a'- b Art .up""moat t; 'everything t badly In ;anY' work where' the state. shall '
', 'lMd.tIln4 :tndiercvpbyadiinghotwate1ya wrecking-: that''.portion' ,of 3he: house.rhe feet| his services are needed, no mat- W. B. ""p
t f ",' : ": 'ean'r!'e: :, : : : ::: : lf '.roof of the house was''eonsider' tarhow.;' great .mar be. the ''demand' c Makinson, Company a
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4 ..' : .>2mm. .Cereal Cainc3attIcGtdcMkh.. . ' .'' I >bly,,damaged. la,'several'places.baitatbnr p'y'b nade;;,npon... him' from,hit clientele.YM .... .
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resident of Kfsslmmet.jlftiei1 of Sanford '; :
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,' shot and killed himself at .Or -Br THORN f o r"SD.all ; ,
Lando'where he wall)* resident; on 1 ; ) CarsGoodrich J

j If. Tuesday.. He, bad been summoned I :
to appear in court to answer to a I I Orlando Sentinel tell* about. a "ftre 1 SECONp; BOOK OF' REVOLUTIONS .,
?" chare of embetzlement, and left a''in Tampa county Jail. It may .be alI\I 1 j
note stating. he could not face the right-yet .it ,look to m.'. if- some RelaMnj! ? JtTsId. Neyjay ,
eh.rge..H. lef 'a wife and six chUI wires were ,crossed. Where i Is' '
Tampa . foI'
fin dre. f county? prophetsnd is uponus, much :: ,. : : I
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';- -- "7- .--:- ,*. ,. profits. ; /] ,
Lacking In Detail .woe-and whoa '.. II'
i'' . The .Tampa Tribune 'says '""ManJumps 2 Deprecation and" ,sorrow 'and) '\" ,.
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seven stories.".' As to whether compunction ,are resting upon those .".
\ the jump was or down details dwelling ;within Flo-rl-der; : Jt .
are
up .
3 For him whom they pursued "
shockingly/ .'' '. .-- with loud voice and with gumshojvi --
:, )loping .For ''"Clean Proof' -the while they made all manner'' of t.,
JA ff'!
threats him It .
William, Biddle, a newspaperman, against '
(# has been appointed Warden the 4 Suddenly, turned hi!* face to ) r',,,
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where his back .li.cl1.'j.J
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walked ,
federal
prison at Leavenworth: Here's \/.Dl SafetyTread .
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among' them. "
boping< that h.'U'not'' have to mark *
many of his patronlL.I '"wfJ' (N. B Ji Yea, Sid Neyjay/ who had once I '
( ;This la preached preachments that were reckoned ihe: P..riCeReductiOnl f
not expected to be understood :at : "

by ,'any except. newspapermen.) 6 And heart-winners had, later LiIIfl , ....., r.,
Ij I\- .* * directed the .. .,'"
j, Mast Be.Getting Carelewt great state.with the Inaccuracy of a
I notice a number,of firms are ad sign-board painted by the state association m

GENUINE"T "ertl.inF'kodak: finishing. Hereto 7 Was of autornosteal taxes. M i I: eiai a'30x3tirewit1S py"" :. 4I
... ; font 1 ve always. understood the down somewhat and'"out, .
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, ,.}'. thinirs came from the already l- for after freeing his serf of a brunet .
foundry '
T !! (, '/ .8"0.1. ?9 nl.hod'.but conditions I ,shade, he had taken up a diet of' black tread and crtamy:white : '

t[ presume have changed under'the' new honey and wild. (chickfood '"
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: .i'.i'I ., accord 8 Then, Long'the live people'Sid cried NeyJay-with. one sides=cle art;,trim splendidly l ; ., tr: -

I \iv Another Mother Gooscr 9 And the.longer he liyes from'us fi fllshedenerousl ;\:
f ; DURHAM the better we.will enjoy Ida absence > large'aiidh
Hickory, dickory, dock!. ; ...
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All V' 'I" t .I. "
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10 Yet would they be fain to seek r' .J.
! :: Iii. ; tobacco makes 50 ,.' .... On clock the;;;'',.stocking-the-r-c mouse saw: the him andbrlnghimTback.to the.spotswhich I I ', full .in ,size, with' djJ e.T Goodnch!. ._ "1>."",",-"-

When it struck Jtwenty-three . once upon a time BO well,knew ,< > 1 ''e .
s gcigarottes for The him, anti-skid'safety."tread.: ,
: mO\Ue'sa>>: i'Oh. gee! II1: /; ., 1.
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, "I'm off-f'r I can't stand the 11 For there is an impetuosity rv. r
lOc shock!I" among diver people' that is'fre- i L .
*. # quently.hard to reckon. : ThistirerPwill.. 'give!you 'tnUe ,:
< Where Co-operation Hits 12 Albeit they believed ,his geta- .
L I j .*gc'.JJlemon; The women affirm they are strogq"ly way had been made' with' a perfec t longef,mileage the greattstof, '':.1.! : ;

; in favor of the "clean-up-paint- tion that would perplex the common PrH *'ii Y *, ..<<;:T.ia- ,. J .
Ai hick e :
up" propaganda.They'even be '
[ yond this; in the eventhe'men go will: 18 Nevertheless did," the ,peoplenudge durabilitytheUtmost ndingi .... ', 1

cleanupthe' dear- women 'God'bles<>j eacb'totl1.r"with an. humorous comfort and the fullest satin .
sum, say they will "paint-up 111 nudge' .until th.y'eobld..at nb nud- .. .
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say they will. Uh-huh. ger; ...t...
,t III.. # 14 And they whispered with one \faction.Like ''' '( ;
.. Everybody Can Now Drink accord of th4 dolngtl'which had been \ q
" I Tampa. is, setting the pace as retards doing while Sid. Neyjay ,had been J .' -
;f ,. s the cold drink question ''At$ warming'. the! seats of those sitting' r : 'another"'Goodrich' tirei, ''lfl' '
all drinkatorium the eelling-pricei In high places; '. '
.' IJMON. of fifteen-cent concoctions haye. been 15' Yet would none of them standup '1 :I the 30x3i"3is made only in'ond, . 1 ;'* '
j 7IIk reduced to the former figure of ten and ,ask, to 'be counted, but the 4.
, cents, while drinks that have beeDselling most ,of.them would aay that George .a rf ''
is and *
i,: for six, ..ven. and eight cents should do it.' h' quality It so thoroughly "< :. ,: '.#

;i have been dropped to the before-tbe- 16 Yea verily it easier by far e'
ei war rate of a nickle. The sellers to pass the buck and urge some oth- n unusually good that its malcers t,
\ themselves the ** er poor cuss to spill the bean than' "
are "paying war-tax.: .
1 :' III ... 'to..it quietly in th*. boat. and crossthe 1- r frankly declare'it?the- b set .'. '1..::. ,.,
Ought To Be Careful stream without getting spray upon 9 '
i Every week I happen to find some the garment ever made; for'smallycar&: i:;' _
fahke exchange mention of someone building 17 And it came to pass after :
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? a bungalow-following which oral moon and almost a* many: funs . ... ,..t..... .
1 will be -explanation that *.It will' that opoB) one fair mom in May, J. THE. B.F.GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY, .' P:,:. 'JG
: be two stories In The 18 Sid Neyjay with, his -- ---
J ( height. Jok4 :turr.d-up bdridl'3 *3r : ,' .IT .
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dilr .. of the.Item is that If the building Is seraphic smile, "Us velvet touch,and ;O a bungalow It can be but 6ne,.story hisfavorite'bilie secreted in one of ftJiajitytreod: fabric' tiremowarmiUfbU Dom" '' k ..; ."'.1'

of I in height--and if It b two or more the'pocket, of.cloak ,; ; at,the) ,evexywher,-!'are netting Goodrich. '''1'ilvertowiiOx ;," ,1- ;\t; ;,1.
stories In,height-.is not a bungalow;; 19 And urge-4>1lpoll the""minions 20tiR/ J.aKm which- Coodr h Fabric. :Tii and Coodncb, ." \ tt" .
itsOfI. If writers of news items will remeraA of the law to place him in shackles
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R 4.orCn'JubesaH one quality the: 20%, , '. ,.
f bar this faet -and heed till ha, could placate the 24" w;:
always 'i E-r prejudice went uti* effta May k
: the ,intelligent reader will ,have leas which were Jostling' each other for reduction in'price*,which Goodrich inad* -
cause to sneer at the lack of knowledge first 'pleo live Mat 2pd I92it- i <
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20oC"Thtra'dldl'the"gual'\fe"and'of r
I displayed. That's all-and I fl ;
t//I.< One of the oldest flatvortla thank yon ,. cars lead him toward the prison F'

t '. door which,were opening, for his1 in- R. ..
the World nad- Not Wholly A GiftSaysthsOrtaode '.'earec.ration;.. { " .
( ". .;., ).. .dletlnctiV.I Re o"tep.StanFlftlplne 21 But.eratwhi1e"along the road, -- eirlrlrlIlrlr '
I ,. 'Comptaiod.drifilctoWud'e. counties in FJor- there 'were;;found those who had be-1..

I' t I I Ij' ida. But, sh-h-h! Thorn, of? tween them: two thouSand' and. five| .. '
ci.p.iwd.ima
Mt OftDPp The-KU.immee Valley Gay hundred pieces I of >silver J
Cn. h.. Drink one tod.y.: : zette, wants tosell, giveaway 22'. And they bartered that for IIIIrlrirlIirlIlI1l' I

l In bottU*6r.t f tsesara M* dump scatter pr' .throw this! amount should.Sid,Neyjay: be al ?
the nine in Alabama's face: lowed'to:retain-his freedom till the q
'11) Bottled by ,. ,. WeU\no, not*xa: tely throw don't scrib**"and'Judge* haYe''bad ,
should f
:' 1 /A Ii> cAc;,.. OLA. BOTTUNC t youv know;" but; rm .'thinkingi!\that tbeir-taltereation"- .. lp.We Hander a Full Stock "

; 'f "'" WOlftlS !. ". j, //I"'lI.e -mI1UotJ' ploDkrfi o;>> bejpullerf.as :. what t. TbPe bald'' 'i Sid t.Neyjay I:.-am \ ., ): I j'
: valdt received would make nice tam: .house, is .
my castle II"
a my ; .
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,. ,....* 1M_ .. little home for the L wild-eyed Iegislatter'wbo 1 and .I shall, flay my traducers even. . ,. .' /J' . .. \ '.
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f. ,"'" : seem to grow: wilder....- a* I, would chastise those'whom I _:: ':.'r. 'J : of 1 ", ,
, ery; day. ..Also 1t.might be located in have1\ taken/from J jail and forced'to _.1, ,
': OrlaDdo-proVlded' Kiasimmee didn'tgrtat work for me .. ,
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< 23 ;Again .shall< I plunge Into the =., .,:f. . ... 1.
'* spotlight of the sensuous, and when '
: Just Barely' Something I shall"'have spat" upon those who I! : I -

Says the Winter Haven Chief: would 'assail me'' and' cleansed .
my : .
',. 'All shoes .. GOODRICHWiMIMI I II TIRES: tJl'
a man sees nowadaysacross upon the garments of the unwise ; t >0(
and :! :
the table at a society the ungrateful, '. '
four-fork dinner la a pair of 24 Then will I flivver over the i I I .I" w. .

t"t shoulder, straps and a corsage country of Flo-ri-der while.the fliv- .. ,;_._1 l
" vexing is at Its ., ." ..
.. bouquets-Orlando Re- best-for naught can : 't I 4 s6 .t ; ""'t) .r
porter-Star. harm me and my nerve will encom -

I J Jt Eh-What! Are you twins J -nass me: ,. I ,f.
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near-sighted. Bet old Thorn. 25 For did I"not at one time make =: oj" ..7I' /

sees more than that. tbree'of my' : traducers disappear . .. ..... . .. . ,.!. .
from !
Why attribute to me the tinge of pronto where but one .
epicureanism-merely because I hap- inkwell had dented the door T v : ;

t fieho-Paster pen to notice some t.hlnga'l.more' than 26 Nor did they tarry lone, nor -' .... ii ,
others huh? Still' I have noticed did they tell the tale of their ex- bapfer & PrcitKerOVERLANf 'iiriii ,'" 4{ fir
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that at some of those swell feeds a ploits-for' they were so ashamed. .
h t' magnificent corsage bouquet will" 27 And did I-not put the funny \ .
For Tonsilitis Cuts cover a multitude of freckles which feeling I the heart of Joe Lear > COLUMBIA AP ?
; the powder failed to extinguish. I man he who had the goods on m. t'fl'
\ thank you.Sounded and was saying. all manner of things PHONE 136 KI5SIMMEF FLA _

; : and: .Bums.. ,. Very r'u..nJ'Old..JliU.Rood a r against 28 Yea me-verily did he publish in .

l .. tells, of..the.,time a, hi. Palm Postum a likeness of himself LL
friend 'of his;' a tailor by trade, was, "'and myself"loving each other c .
Ask Your Druggist. anxious to get in on a feed that was 'did the Siamese twins of olden days as, Will Work On Royalties Aint. It The Horror Bet It Strained'Th'"-oM' ,
. Clara who murdered Jake By beck! How easily things wrong! John Fassol!, George Smiti "E."'
, to be very classy. The butler""*'waa j __29 Or as the Gold Dust Twins,.or Hamon go ; ,ti
U announce the 'name of each arrival Mutt -and Jeff, or as Damon and Hamon;, according' to popular belief, Some read a"nine"where OU writ" J erenari.' Alex .Joannides and Mrs.' ,r
l' as the reception- Ian'Waa-en-" Pythias. or as Henry Ford and has done two important thine this tenSome "ten;" A. Stefanldl. motored to Tsmps'yesterday '
a
... tered. Well the fellow dolled up in Jewish Rabbi,' week. She' baa.1cned contracts for line are long in any /mid song afternoon.-Tarpon Spring. ):' '.
'I \ his bestest best and wprmedhis way 80 .Whereupon did I not tell him two years' work with a motion picture And life t* never the saq>e.again ruder:. ,"
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;:' ; irate the coatroom, whet**'ha dismantled that the rust from my shotgun with company, and has been baptised. '
I which I did Ever since Clara relieved herself of 5 Showing A Bit Of Seas -
Then he ,hyly walked out. my killing. had been k
.'. B' A.S..11.S He'was met by the butler who asked and that if he persisted removed inasserting Jake and thejury relleved"Clara: bf There Are Several Way At last StlUroan,. the New York 4banker

I:' / his, name. "Oh get, out," said that.we twain yearned for worry, things seem to be coming; her I notice that an advertisement is who has been'say Ing,several f '
s : Vf/ r the "guest;" knowme; I made each other with a great love. way. headed: "How to have a soft smooth, little unpleasant thing about his,
your britches!I'Too Whereupon the butler 81 I would so fill! him with the exquisite .skin." Another way entirety wife/ has agreed to be a still ,man.,
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY preceded him to the.! doors of the hot of my indignation that the cor. He Meant It, Too __ different from the way the'paper He will pay his wife $90.009 a year. ,r
r tells It Is to half dozen and that,, will keep-ber*. till .
'reception room and bawled out: oner's jury would determine he was A mile west of Lakeland where I give a toe.Now
'" "Major Bridges!" And all throughthe assaying seventy-six: percent I lead' stopped to talk pretty to my Rolls- cullnd gem-men three dollars apieceon Si. .;;
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i ; t PHONE 117Practical evening "Major Bridges sure 82 Betcherlifeldid.. Rejoice,, there was a farmer who had a Saturday night and tell 'em the TOIl Jeea.Quit' "
., had a good time. I thank you. 83 Selah. just completed the smoothing' of a police are' going to be busy in another Says the Orlando ..Reporter-Star
# *. *! 84 Behold. I am what T am-and large Held.! It looked good to me and part. of the city. Kisslmmee I I. hankering f

t' Slipping Back The Comma .. there is none greater: nor persona I asked.: \Vliat are you going to They Were Then* 4t fora ''bird' Eden. Proper)! '. \
The Arcadia Enterprise didn't take non grata. plant It didn't take him morn a I AngelicA They captured the rarest
: Builders kindly to the disintegration of DeSoto 86 For I am here to tell you that second to reply' "Going to Plant newsItem going. 'the rounds of bird in journalism when they :.
CoBtradOIS.d county-and, personally I don't threats against me nay be all right City." I took ,tt 4reM. him that he the pre.88 says: got Thorn. ,

blame it. But, as the birth of the from the point of view of the public, was going. to swell the strawberryacreage. women Up to had 18S7 divorced only three Why talk about "Thorn1. ad' J 3 ,
quintuplets seemed to have been a 86 But delivering me :into .the I : their. Eden"-and then de'ete"Eve"' 'n' g
;.,: Strudures of! All Kinds. great success the only thing for the hands ref the' keeper of the dungeons husbands bless in' England. everything Ye.-::why? Why talk: I
Well they have
tn. learned .
about
''j, .J Enterprise to do is to chant: "I'm will be about like trying to stuff but- Still TaUdn', Of Stills hatter since then whole the buckwheat' cakes-and never .) t?
lot
standing- firm :'on the burning dfy' Qk. ter in the ear x>f a wild mule with a ; a better. mention syrup T Why speak about ,
t : ,VOOD STONE STEEL th' hot awl; .Bring. out th' boiler Cynthy andwell It's gotten so now that if they can't the, cup thatcheers+*-then, bartile' .. 'J
I BRICK, whole thing suits me fine, by """*
make the lIre feed shoot heck ,
' heck!)". ThWhenlwe said 87 It can't be don. hot em or, .m. by they real old cheer-up T I des not like short "
" i. STUCCO e Enterprise look at the little: 88 And there yon are. And well try, that: new contraption can divorce 'em..and from. the records f rations, and I'd have you to believe:, 1 Rte ,
from the city: store I've ptr"In made all over the United States that I, i J
89 But it is joyful to >reallyswouldn't five. ;''Adam
called keept1'7.
garden spot DeSoto. action it Is.perfect," the ;deal- they're sure doing It. Yaasnm I for ... w .
so Eden
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I;; J') hdatLjG!t ua county we are er wrote to'nIPs ; c"'i,. ... 'i!
" .gNeJabou.HiI there being., 40 I'll say it fs. ; *: ,_ ,. t_ _ c f. '.: \?'.
: EJerytUag .Ii i1e BsiliaS u. Divinity that shapes our ,,41-1 Yassum. : ; odorless and/( sheriftleeasotiaras : :-; .t': :: . ) i
I!. I thankiyct.Slesald.Hu.tl.'For'Safetv' will f b*"'no funs.> .
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t !Y :. I *' cads, rough 'hew them bow It work--awful-njaietllke; .and Bat Fittili.en': .Ludt . t" ,c of, .siQ.n ,
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!l' ., 11.1 . ,BASS w6 will" . ,* *' .).* and turns.th',staff out.:sight. ;,..,., ., #:;,p S" ... .., f ",.." ,
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:, SIS' Afyf& .. <* The Orlando SeqtinerielM th' << Geode ot ( ""-" > t Sldpner l .
:, -.se. .., Sfiwlt lBhathiha waran"h. about i an' -Btair a nice and.Wbft.; } iss.ZBi'' f a
a our w talklmade. "J .Ailk sTselViy .- 'p'" ': "! r
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J.. to ate Kjhe: addrea*,was .tbi.1+soft! --'irr' ; .P TIUDI iUaW .
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XISSIM MEEVA'LEY', : .dAZET'7rE. I , !PROPER! : P J BLtcmIS:; ,NEED OF- HURHqcwl ; direful result there'wiu/no;/ .,me'mber'of) 'tte'fraitent1ty

: J- --..-..-".. ...... .. . .. present J at' any of(, the,, event in. that city who* ha, :anything! but the
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_I "4 PiblissW Every, Friday I t' per, >**''i is A. question, that ha been asked, many times wjthin: ;hit' 'Gut: lew :teat deal. And the people of Orlando should lose;; 'no. time ,in making
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By KUdnMee Valley Gazette Company, It"F1ericJa. year*; and-the:.replies have, nearly aJw.y'beeu 'affirmative character. Th good the discrepancy -for the event'was worth .11.t cottand: much .more
W.., B. Harm, ?tu ...t *L-G."Vans Agaew. SecretaryW. matter has bur" recently been 'brought up in Ki..immee-and in the discussion . -- "-'- .' - .. -..,. -: '.' -- '., .-'.- -- -:-" "" "
oradjker. : .;.
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1 which followed clergyman who favored the project: nj.t iea! winning;; ,? "
i3 -Ii ,. S."dpti. Rita, The.. church- has no .more right to expect the paper to giveSFtee mb.Hcity \ -

3 r One CoPT, One y..r: .._______._.._..._-.._:..;. _..._.___._..-'2.00 than ,ha*. the grocer the clothier, the druggist the theater, or any
ODe Copy, Six Montb. ..;...___. ............::...:._....._.._.. .._ 1.00 1 I I other enterprise". declared the "The -does much for .tell it" With 'Candy
ODe Copy, Tree Month..___.._._.....___.._________.,.-.a_..:_. .60 I Community advocating all 'good pastor things; it handles newspaper> cerJain 'portion ol 8 ,.

{ .. .' Rnt.r"cI at' tha Po.toffle.- ''at,] Kl..lmtn.., Florida. 'at ucond-clasa .' nut ...) church new* for which it makes no charges;:'but maintain that if a.,church :

; .an oomn>iinlc i ioti. exopt from, our utriorUed oorro pond.nU mu.t be 1 is too poor' and. lacks in .farsightedness or is not 'sufficiently (,energetic to .; ,
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I ngned. by the writer. Glace a fair-sized good: readable newsy advertisement lei the.column* of the 1 .
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&F i Rejected .matter' mil. pot be returned UH! called for ?" "' \
"V y local'paper and thereby call attention to v>hat i* about to take, place al '" .
'. Fon4in AdmtUtnf Rroee..nt.tlw. that 'church and invited the,, public to 'come.'then'it' doesn't matter whether . ,1" '

.,' {ITHEAMERICANPRESSASSOCIATION., or 'bt'the'pubJic knows there '.are to be any service*" _* While, it is.truethat'the''Sweet-Girl, .Graduate"" ned'nothing -, %: .

; /....._. I "But it has 'long? been }the practice: ;".the pastor was told, "for announcements ? to, make tier sweeter it is equally true'that handtome1! box*'- '
yr ; FRIDAY, MAY 27,1921 to be published free of cost the and Vh
.... , _. to church where such notices remind her ,
_. .L. ---<>- -"-- of the elegant confections we .are showing will "Jom- r.
.?o'not appear' there will be a percentage of the public, that will construe the V "
l THROWING".AWAY*' j THE. GATE OF SAFETY"' absence oft publicity to 'some grievance: between the pulpit .and the pressThat /' bly of her inherent sweetness. *8 ", .. '
--j i.' aU :the'more; ;reason why there KouId be a change at once NOR.JU.s( -i *
PROPAGANDA from "The Capital 1 Removal Associatiowhore headquarters long) that ,line:' wa the,, reply. "It cost*"much for the newspaperman to Nothing can be more appropriate than a fine. box of. )

are Palatka-,- ha been widely circulated throughout Florida, and set up that type, and the notices take up space whiclf should bring in jspecified or WHITMAN CANDY-and we are showing a nice atsortmenf; '

A by 1 'some of the circular have been deemed to contain excellent idea*!' yet : amount of money.| keep busine going. There is no good rea ,of'the.e goods' "There is nothing purer in .the': way qf 'c cand:' 'on!** ,
s ti there has been but little study of the .u n e.tionl'made.. The press of Abe I. the should "NORRI5" .
why that be
'on paper give away which should by right 'bought' the market and when the recipient notes the "name of
state should study i+ell the plan proposed for the location of the -capital,; and paid for..;..jutt as a church organization buy Vanld'pays, for other things -
f'' ; the box there i i. nothing remaining but to; V ..
the be considered the of or "WHITMAN"en{ .
shall seriously
'and once\ matter humoresqueness. I 'do not believe in what may, be termed a* 'Ponging.olf anyoneI: I believthe'dignity , "
,a the ,project will be 'plainly teen _, : of the church .is' the better-maintained by looking after its busi- extend thanks, open the box. and partake,. of the contents. :''klT ',

\i' C. H. Kennerly it the secretary of this association which has appointed near in a. bu ines* manner. I have long desired that my church should have is GOOD. .." /ti'; "
$* '' h E. E Hatkell, as president.! No one seeps to know the strenngth of the!! organization -. ech I'week a display advertisement' "of say three or four inches and oi. '
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double column. I wish to make that advertisement of interest.' I want it -- ..
f' ,uted. In fact the;document: appear,to bear the. same""authenticity ash that
; ,to appear in the'sanle'position in the. each week. I desire, beyond '
.Three: Tailor of Street: when headed paper N. B--'Our !prescription Departnxnl! is Always I, Perfect(
sent forth .by Tooly the. petition' was -: this., to pay .the 'regular wUelfpr the 'p.oeThen.: .- after -hi.i. done.the .-- l !
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"We. the people'of f England paper desires: to ,make other mentions why, that is .the business of, theeditor i .
The document'tent: out a joint resolution to amend section -'- Dru
!; propose himself; And J In. in' hopes such a practice may soon commence lrij .Central gVStore
x rt one of article sixteen of the .state -c/>>>attitulioninthe following maDDen my-congregation--- :r.-
II i Section.One. The of of the State of Florida 1 -. '
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seat
government And it might be added that on the following day there appeared in V .
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l, shall be at, or near the county seat of county situated and being the 'columns of the Lakeland Star a four-inch double column advertisement 1 i 104 BROADWAY V -

'f1R east of the Suwannee river to be selected and determined by the of the Myrtle Street Methodist church handsomely arranged extending an I, Day 41 PHON-et 1 Night 21 '

VT legislature\ of .the State of Florida at the-general .session-.thereof in invitation foe the public to attend .the! -Sunday evening services ... .
the year A. D. 1923'; and'when the seat of government "hall' have It might be that the clergyman who was so positive in his .....ertioo.' 5-0'<'**<> <>*.*4" >4 0 fl '*<"0 .
V been so located and determined: the state capital shall_there remain may have been -.bsokctely"correct in all his statements. ..-. -- -- .-
permanently and it shall be the duty of !the legislature of the

State of Florida immediately after the determination of such loca- STILL SEND MISSIONARIES TO THE HEATHEN. .. .,; .. .

lion to make all necessary appropriations and provisions for the r ,
> 1VV erection ,of buildings suitable for the transaction of the businessof Oar Service '
5 SPITE: of the assertion so frequently heard that 'the world is growing V .
the slate; Provided however that the" seat of government may better': it was ascertained that in the United States there are to be found I \.

temporarily remain at Tallahassee' a sufficient number of such welve million. Protestant 'girls and boys of school age who do not attend :\
buildings shall have been erected for the transaction of the business
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Sunday school. These figure are given out at authentic by Presbyterians
of the state. ":, who have been holding a session of their church leaden at Winona 'Lake. Is Perfection :
f The absurdity of the. entire matter lies in tke fact that the legislature Indiana. The data: was ascertained by a careful canvass of the entire country :I ,
r'' of Florida should have the right to where the capital should be located!' '
say by all denominations of Protestant churches; it does not mean that thereare : ,
I Those who have watched the 'legislatures! of Florida for any extended period, twelve million children absent from the Presbyterian Sunday schools We have been telling you about the excellence of the goods we

yv and have duly considered the actions of .that deliberate 'body-either in Jt .from Sunday schools from all churches! sell; have'.b en telling how the goods were fresh and perfect; and
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'r' t V! joint or disjointed ae..iona--woul& hesitate long time before .).1JOwinsegrav The boy or girl who was not a constant attendant at tome Sunday of the low figures we have been making and shall continue' to make.
a
and important a matter as the location of a state capital -to"be setj '
school a half century ago was considered outside the pale of everything that t1
t, tied by a Florida: legislative gathering; and the amendment to the consti- 'tended to the 'welfare and betterment of all tha't pointed to better things. Now, Just a word about our service Our telephone is your. ;

a:' ;, i -tun'on would be, voted down without a dissenting voice once it was before There was a sincerity of purpose -a determination for improvement which- telephone; and when you are in a hurry for goods all you need to

". the 'people. I boded for higher ideals. The straight and narrow way was the more frequently 1 'do is- to call I 176-and., whizz! Your goods are being delivered.: -
V The legislatures of past years have never been noted for broadness of : walked-sometimes-it is true under a stress which was- irksome yet You needn't1 carry your goods home-unless you desire. We will

#, ;, vision, for comprehension! of important projects for a realization of what i generally in a. way which brpught results most satisfactorily. Sunday schools serve you well-and you know our goods are of high quality. .

? r' ,- can best benefit the state as a whole. The present body is no exception to I touched less upon the trivialties. and more upon matters of moment; and 000 .

r 'f. .I that a.sertion--nor is it to be forecast that the next one will so greatly difr I going* still deeper into }he matter there was less of-the theatrical in the pulpit '1
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l fer from its predecessors as to render it capable of determining where should I than at the present day. ,_ THREE KINDS OF GARDNER'S CAKES '

+ be located the capital when the people shall declare there must be a re- r But the assertion that twelve million boys and girls throughout the

t moval. The. legislature. attends to minor matter in a fairly-acceptable<<; mariner : United States are today non-attendants at any 'Sunday school is a calamitous .Fboae',your enters to 176 l

i*'''' ; upon' major matter there is a hesitancy that is frequently painful' condition which needs'a great amount of explanation-especially so FLOYD"ti
+ and occasionally ludicrous; and as for allowing that body to.decide: where
if 4', as this country is making exlta efforts to send missionaries abroad -with a R. S.
the seat of' government should be located for the ages yet to' follow-why, iew to invade other religions which, perhaps, -may 'have as many meritsas
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Ae idea 'i is so1 grotesquely absurd that the whole suggestion would: seem to ,
I do ours of America. Possibly those: missionaries may not find in their '-'
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from ',. 'comic column .in almanac. .tOOt ....tt..t o..OttOt Ot..t.tttOOtO'.OfO.OOO. )
antiquated
sprint an travels any country where there may te_ noticed to many children who do !} !
: .>- Just where .the capital .shall be located-if there' i. to be a changes _.. .
i not uphold some form of worship one day in the Week.no place where --------- --- --- ---- - --------- -
y made-mutt i be decided by the people. ,The cities upon, the east coast and the followers of -either Koran: the Eddas.: the Try Pitikes. .the Five Kings I b
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\ ''y .the west 'coast have;decided' that the; capitaF should be located .In the in- ;
; the Three Ve da*, or the Zendavesta, are 'less sincere than the' followers of .
p terior 'of'the state::and have *ol; expressed themselves meritorious, timely, the Bible of this" nation. And it i u'pollible. to,makes.the matter, pl.in.nd, J. R." CLAY MONROE THOMASCLAY -

x', ':'and Just: act upon their part! There may be half-dozen, c.ndidaie-or emphatic more.missionarywork; .was done in this country, avoiding aUbias'vindictivenes '
a.',dozen, for that matter-anxiout to be selected as a site ,for the'capitalif ;*and nrrownesaZthatresults: would ttain-and ' & THOMASSL'OCAN 1 .t, j

the people desire.to have it.remoyectjto. a locality \better adapted: for such that 'no longer would statistic show- twelve' million "boys''and 'girls non-at- .: : : ,' \,

'V ;anmttttutiont: ; and in view of this action the legislature could' do this: '!tendants 'denominational: !Pfotestant'Sunday schooL- . l'n, ''j ,
upon any l .
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create: a measure by people'of the:.tate could vote for.or gainsttbtremoval.of . :
{ the upitaL. There could be rider affixed ,the.measure .,. " j .
to
t c' a ;i. -- -ONE LOGICAL ROUTE FOR, CROSS-STATE: SHip CANAL -
It ', by which suCh cities at" were candidate at the polls. for'the location, could. __ .L OOR ::
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..". ), ,iby matins--the-aimple-dedantiomthatone: ;:hundred!. acres, suitably located WHENEVER this state shall conclude to get down to business in the ."SATISFIED '1'
i would be donated .fot..the site--and'tntering into dollar-for-dollar bo6d CUSTOMERS"
a
line of cross-state ship canal and secure co-operation from the federal government -
for.th .faithful and prompt-'petformance of the location-might have their .. .
there can be a vast amount, of money laved and a perfect, water-
t l'' 'names printed upon the' ballots' to be used; and the city receiving the way brought 'about by utilizing the great canal now under way from the -oOa-
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: largest number of votes should be,declared >y the legislature to have won inlet at'Stuart, to Lake Okeechobee through that great body of water and The Same. Excellence of Service and the Same '< >j j,
the right to become the'capit.1 as soon as the state could erect !the proper
then down to the gulf by way of the Calooiahatchee. Such a course maybe ,
'} buildings and make all suitable legal arrangements; The selection could be perfected almost as quickly as it can be told l -while the expense wouldbe Fair Treatment Will Be Given All Patron > 'i

V: ?t_. free from' all matter of "red tape" and the expense of the election could but trifle .as compared with the several questionable routes which are -000-- *" *"" ( !
1 be the minimum.
kept at discussed intervals. <
frequent
at
; t -f: ," "Thi method 'or something which might be developed: from the ..plan.'i. Think 'of such a way! Nothing to be secured at outrageous figures; ; and all repair work will be guaranteed to be high-grade
't ,should be u.ed.to select the proper site for the permanent capital. To allow of .
chance hornswoggle the the state nation out
or
to government or
'' ip in service at a minimum price. Your patronage i il solicited
v. ., the'.legislature! to select'.the site would open the door to all manner of ai-gVlums: of< caih: no opportunities: for money microbes or simoleon sharksor
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V .chicanery" and trades-and the people would consider it This plan would dollar duckers or
,. "be mired in. its own clutl1- and the p ople. of Florida., jwite to the schemes enlarging and.p.rfectincthe. already! a* plain as a canal a lake, and.. :CLAY & THOMAS
q" 'which_would be.;.both possible-and probable, would pi mptlykillery effort river can bef I Such proposition'need< not be''an undertaking needing
i i' to remove the seat of the state government from the location which it rears'of toil and engineering-and volumes of expenditure for the
f vast ;, ways
has, so. long. upiecl-.expen.ive. though. it may be/'to. continue it there. already there'-and needs but the enlarging to the deTred capacity.Those Stewart ATOM. Gara, ,.,, Phone 22. Kissiauia

: who would have some course other than the one that is far along
'. -- 'LAW-"TURNING, , OVER ,A, -JEW LEAF" toward completion may be accredited ai.'being. .interested" in properties *- >*ti

-- long the line the values of which would be enhanced by the construction T
BECAUSE ,of alleged chic&JIerj"in handling a case..in court resulting f
of this great waterway; at least; that would be the common pretumpdon.
ia the acquittal of father charged with horrible crime hit .
a a against young that will expensive project
It isreldom.. taxpayers:: : suggest or promote an
daughter the judge of the court ha ordered that disbarment proceedings will all demands unless there
conservative
s where more expenditure answer
a
r" x'' be, started against the trickery counsel-and all this in Tampa. i. a prune-tinted individual carefully secreted in the fuel-heap; and those Goodman &.WoodallNEXT [_

"t' ', ", Tampa il'-a 'city', noted as inflicting punishment upon newspapers publishing who. honestly feel that a cross-state canal would be of ,the benefit,which ;r'rim :

public af&davits'RI.tinl to-matters which concerned the whole citizenry now assert would: do well to consider) the route that is the most practical -
t ; and Which were open to the inspection of any who might ask to' many, that is largely completed: and that could: be perfected a.t a comparatively ]!IIJiI'e..xr rroceV5: : .
V see them: heavily fining- the sale of a loaf of bread 'OB Sunday; turning small TO CHAMBER OF'COMMERCE V :'
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'loose*, who have assailed' the of expense.FORGOT .. .
: men chastity women by a deeplaid plot- "

'V +tk known ass" frame-up; and punishing in a' strenuous manner men 'who' have ABOUT THE RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLED OUR MOTTO. PRICES THE FAIREST-QUALITIES THE BEST) .

Zt ;It_ E'+ < beet, found With .''Qsortor q pint 01 booze in their po.se..ion. But whentestimony i _< elf

!the cue of William' F. Futch came 00 to be heard. and there was BECAUSE some of the people 'in Palm Beach 'county desire to sell the .

from' lhisyoung daughter of a debasing nature so rotten that it could .not county jail for which an offer has been! made far in excess of its cost; the JUST A FEW OF THE NEW GOODS UNPACKED
.. ,be printed. dier.,were-found moo "good and true,"' possibly forming jury '
-- a V Sauce
a
V bill county-commissioner Mint '
? terra tor in that district has introduced a "allowing Royal Royal) Tarter Sauce ,I
that was actually "of his peers, who declared he was as as a freshly- -
pure sec trade or' sell courthouse and jaikTtogether with}i the land on which such Chile Sauce
r, P' '; ' ,,; opening' rosebud and Vas free from wrong as a newlaid egg. buildings stand. The till, however., is said to carry no proviso that the 1 India Relish Chow-Chow
; j t .. But if the counsel for defense shall be disbarred: for his trickery, it people shall first vote upon the transactionand it this is the fact the measure : Heinz Apple Butter

: will appear that'something should be done: to a bunch 'of jurymen who were should be killed quartered and hung in the cootingroom. Then to*, Brands A-I Sauce -, pure Maple Syrup '
either ignorant,, or fraudulent or both. It is possible that Judge F. M. commissioners trade sell h1
to
the"j.. the or
&v' { ''t' :Robles may' place a supplement to his assertion ,that he wa "very greatlydisappointed" county poorfarm no provision on the allowing same plan, county and under the same conditions. That A FINE SHIPMENT OF WHOLE-GRAIN WHEAT -

'at the outcome of the verdict-and that, some investigation was'incorporated. and FOR THOSE- WHO ARE ON DIET ,
10"0 ; omission: for. if such a. permission any
a
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r r a ; may follow to learn -if possible which ,of the aggregation was purchased referendum clause deleted there would be splendid opportunities for graft ,
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t, tad!) hrowV, the market otation8 are running. other properties
in dispo "-eHauabJe) county institutionspurchasing
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'v at' fictitious prices which would JM held.,a* "white elephants." Nq public II YOUR TRADE WILL BE APPRECIATED f
i F ', BILL ;SIOULD COVER?,ALL LUXURIES property should be relinquuhed'except as the will of the majority of the

r+ V '-: .BEFORE Ae';bill i introduced>: i iik the :house' By) "Representative Goodbred :-regular-- legal tax-pajeri and. property-holder should endorse.. Goodman & Woodall ,

q' V ", ?becoma' a law there:should,'be'a' .triDgenreviaioll; 'ofvthe teaQ"A :As!intro'duced - 'ORLANDO, FOUND. ITSELF. IN A.HOLE.. ; ,
Ir': bachelor '
/ the-bill provides that every and widower shall pay an enjoyment .
tr : ; of dollar ". itii: 'be'reai that of the bad'weather thbPaa.'of 1.t,._ t.:. ,,, ".",.,. {.
.,,1 \01. tax one per 'annum o'long: a* tbey'shaf. remain unmarried 't SINCERELY .to tted ;.because ill' I .f"" "'",1" , .,
''i'" ,-4ad there will be ,ao objection paying-that small nnn'which'bring* '*o playing 'host by', Orlando'to'th* *nnual.session of the America.Legiod'there 'PI...III... .. ..,. ,

,; .;:' .d t But atwould teem'..,/ wt,""and'........lhaf Jh. tame. was found:"a deficit of more .athree'. .ihousanddoflars.,- tad ii i t'1, . ,EU TOClWDER10'; :'COMMERCE r'f\ .li: .

., iiii" ttlAde. annually from each ,Kacheles*and widow. enjoying them the ,weather'been; .of''the character/of\ the.we a preceding; the date,, of, the ": t, 'r ',\\00. .." V' .... ,,: t9te5ta. ,>".;y.,r, 's t:!''''''r-J., (; .
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t. Official 1 Bulletin of daily tenv : celebrating: Flag Day, which comes RUNNING TO WASTE ,: -
(Continued from Pas One)
( O perature and precipitations fur-.O. on Tuesday, June 14. :> ; Drc

v nished,.Jby .the._KisimmeCo... -New-Harppshire---cheeee-and tolerated Jjy'iJnstitutions which care
operative U. S. Weather Bureau ange-Bloom Phone 12. Water TO foftha,money; or those -whose small
.Station, for the seek ending *. A.: Carson honey.Grocery Company.* SAVEPRESSURE: ;; savings mean ;much to them' ,,:which.T
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shakes faith in humankind; ;
Thursday .
', May-,26i'; o W. J. S. Carr and son, Lawrence Dividends of.the defunct'hankhavebeen \ J .
0 Max Mtn. Rain 0 Carr, of Coronado were visitors In Belief Current. That by Capping Well paid to the extent ',of J139.774', \ b b1RAWUNU

0 Friday _:_____i:._.84 10 0 Kissimmee on Tuesday and Wednes' Not Needed .CoatinniJly Pressure. while loans have been .paJd and other x .
t ,. Saturday _____Jl83 68 .90 0 day.Stop WeuW Be Greater disbursements have been made total.. .'1'fRlCESON'MANt\' - '" ', .
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' -.r 0 'Sunday__________ 84 65 0 at Fish Lake store for 'ice- ing $24,730. The legal expenses have" ARE "CRAWLING UP" AND OUR \ r
STAPLES
0 Monday____k_ 87 66 Ok celd drinks; cigars. etc. Midway be- There Is becoming common a belief been paid total $3,364, and the" aal- .1 ; ,. ..
k' O Tuesday ..?__? 89 63 O tween Saint Cloud and Kisslrnmee. that the continued flowing of artesian -''I ary of the receiver and other expen. ** *" :. ) ADVICE '1S TO t1f\> \ ,
have touched the total' of $14. ,
0 Wednesday.90 63 4y Also for gasoline and oils. 214txA wells situated in the artesian sea
belt of the state will\ result ultimately 317. The balance in the'hands :'oitthe .......
O Thursday..______ 93 67 O made there .J, o4k
practice run was by .
in lessening the of receiver'or ''comptroller afthe; .. ..\ .
pressure
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department subterranean flow, and a resolutionhas time this latest statement was issued 1 .... ."
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been introduced in the present was $376-while the amount of the ;.t. \1'
could bed' made. legislature.. urging caps upon all assessment upon the shareholders. ia -I .... "I. .,! ", .

Same good home-cooked chicken flowing! wells where the water .ie not mentioned as $50,000. : 24-Pound Sack'lRHsburVt: &.t, ;iJ__..iiii;; ......J____<:-...-...-.:......$1.49! ,
dinner ,every Sunday. 'Naff Bed needed at all times. It stands to The amount of claims proved 1
OF A WEEK Electric Cafe. 28-tf reason that the pressure of the subterranean against the First National Bank of 12-Pound Sack Pillsbuq* Best ,r_?_,_.--.:.--..--------- :.so I .J

It is rumored that Sam Story, current is' lessened by the Saint Cloud reached the''sum of 24-Poun4Sack' Bluebird.: Self-Wtuig _'...-.. _a1.40: '
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and 'the dividends thus far I- -------- ;
catcher) for the local baseball team, frequent tapping-and that eventually $346,509, .
' Get that swimming-belt from Al- has signed with the Miami team for there will be found no wells paid have been forty percent. 12-Pouhd Sack Bluebird. Self-Rliing __-.-_______ .7$;;
ford. The Vulcanizor. 20-tfc the summer season. 'with any force of pressure behind Briefly told, that is the! tale of the
'+l There is promise of several cars of ', them. bank-taken from official documents 24-Pound Sack Mancr L.ee'Self-Rising.______,_,_:X: 1M >\
; his Howard M. Katz has returned from visitors from Saint Cloud today, Some 'years ago in Chicago there I Issued by 'the federal ,government-: 24-Pound Sack Brink' i S. .
r1 % extended business and pleasure when the Mothers' Club' will enter- was drilled a well in Lincoln Park authority of a nature hardly to be Chher. -. ,__ .-.. 1JBFancy 4

trip.We tain Mrs J. W. McCollum of Gaines- 'and the strength. of the flow forced I disputed; and the publication of this Whole Rice __ ;.._____ )," ;;.. "\'f' s..05. 'f..
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have a client who has gilt-edge ville. and Mrs. AB.. Whitman, of the water to a!: height of twenty; otj item should avoid the necessity of . : "'" { c.\
security to offer for loan of $500 for Orlando. more feet.: The flow was considered: any questioning as regards the.' mat '""

yy one-year. Nelson Realty Company* the a wonder: It was at surprise to the: ter. Saturday"Specidls' :
Remember time, Saturday, .
"Sixteen full ounces the authorities who drilled simplyfor .
to
pound park .
E. G. '
28 nine Store
-82 full quarts to the bushel" is our May Duckworth's, Lady a. m.Shop. Place: Kiseimmee. pure water. Enthused by ..the' Country Style.J Pork;. Sausage.-.____? ___jl L.jl.J.S2Se; .
Y motto. Waters A: Carson Grocery success of the One- well another ;was BAPTISTS REPOf1H } .t, \1' ,I ..<{t"1. fW.j-r--: '
i , W Company. drilled,. and in :'that' the water was '!D r1:r t1e] Ol ie ;"it--_':';"""' ,..... .......; .;.-----_': 6c .;
Rev. W. If. Coleman, of -the Christian -
''Ai T' Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Angus are church, will hold his customary forced height. outbut'not More than a to dozen so great wells Country Style Regular H.m.' ._;:::.:__:_____.__;...'..:+,22a. .... ,

.'automobile contemplating. to the a hills camping:. .of Pennsylvania. tour by- services; at commencing Center Park at three Sunday o'clock afternoon -, -sere and-drilled each had in the a lessened area of flow.the -Then park -IN NUMBERS ; . !t t.; ';$ T :Thij! i is.Good Meat to Eat ,


Some nice building lots? within.,two and a general,- invitation- ''te i extended. the park!: :!commissioner,: .track.,_with "Bcst Creamery Butter -.,_..-y.,..____...::J* .
Remember -the time, Saturday, brilliant idea all the wells -- .
1{! or three blocks of postofflce at rea- nine m. Store E. G. a them. In capped that \ .for Fufl: Cream teeie'r: "-y.7!"' Sc .
Ii v May ,28; a. and kept condition! .. ... : C ...-.i., '
:fi!; fI".... 'I I pan ble. 'prices. Nelson. } Realty Cam-- Duckworth's Lady Shop. Place Kissimmee. several days; and upon the removalof INfLA8T: 14 YEARS THKVf HAVE 1'1: ;.. v;; i '>w
,. r f a cap, fromone well there was > Y
,L\*" Remember th, time, Saturday,, Mrs.:": ByrxJ.I Spilhnan Dewey, of found a force as 'great.'.. when the ADDED OVER MILLION .MEM- iI' -t BIG STORES' 4't. '
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May 28, nine aa. m. .Sore E. G. Winter Park, was' in Kisslmmee on first. well was drilled! But as the BERS. IN SOUTH , ,' 1- :

.' JAickworth'B Lady Shop; Place: Kdas Tuesday, and strenuous steps were others :were gradually opened 'day .. 'CALL AT:THE NEAREST ,STORE_ -.PRICES SAME'lTHE"

? aimmee. taken toward forming and locating after day the, force was lessened till, ..,.,q : .t < *
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'' J. M. Reed whose residence is in a bird sanctuary.: Mrs* Dewey. a when" all were. opened, there Was CHATTANOOGA '

> rk Bartow, was in, Kissimmee on Wednesday noted worker in this line, and she practically-no- pressure. Investigations WILL MEET. IN. ,',
TAYl '
tof his will *the' truth 'of.the assertion. -, .>-4'. .r '.h .\. t, i1. '
. f visiting some many found many. willing and enthusiastic prove .. -+- 'f' ..f''' sYstENt'
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I\f\frlenda.. ,- ,
co-laborers
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\. 7 "B.cl..debta., collected r-no-pay;' Re ."Mr.."and'Mrs. Wo" E. Callihan andtbree The same"conditions brought aboutin Related to Future Work *'
,. ... .Many Matter .
. : it suits guaranteed. J.' M. Willson, di children, were visitors in Kts- Chicago. *_"Ueblto .eome upon -: ..... .. . r .
, : > tjrict ., 15-tfc, from this l state; not so quickly, .to be sure, WIN Come .X/p forjCenajdsratlon ,' II
.t : manager. slmmee on Sundaycomirg .,. t
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'Miss Parah ,Clark has accepted aposition Brewster.where Mr. CaUihan I, Inch.rge aa.the area la greaterv-but ultimately .. t.Uie.'AnnualJConVentlon;: : : ? ,
: In ,view of this fact'it would beonly' :
I
. \ -'construction work for a .12,to 18. .. ;
female
e, at Wealeyan College May .
andwilL .begin bet:duties with, the phosphate..company. This was their of-this lust--character and fair-arenot that where rneededor wells -- .-- ___;-- tr k.Everybody, WVe I. Ago.dyiAdtatlapTbfe.9Pp.bi".. . . :ia.',,'1'kiY.fl T GantteGK :
L:. opening of the school next'fa1L, first M,visit to this clly,. and they needed- for certain perloda-that ., " .k ,.' .
only
: There haIL been a change in the showered much) praise upon this city. they should be' upped, that, the subterranean --,
:1 hour' of the 'commencement of the We carry the best the) market 'affords pressure may not. -be too aF YWq .M IAAt'

j matinees at the Casino. From this in fancy and family groceries, soon exhausted.- ,j< ,,- ;'
date the afternoon performances will hay, grain, etc. We deliver., Waters .' < .JI <{
begin nt ree-thlr't7: ,&: Carson Grocery Company. PERTAINING TO HURCHES '.
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.ti-1' f. We handle alt! of the beat brands Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Earman, Mrs.: -' .. ;
Mki) ;y /if coffee and tea. Splendid bulk W. A. Dutch, and Dr. 'Ralph N. Methodist...0.-Church ,. .. + "?t

.J "'coffee at ,.20c the pound. Waters A: Greene, reached Kissimmee on. Sun- Rev. R. F. Hodnett, Pastor .., '.

..i. Carson Grocery Company. day, en route to Saint Petersburg, .. ... ,... ..",.... ..... 'M (
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:;. The declamation contest at the: upon matters pertaining :to the state. 1 9c45'. m.-S undayTechod. ,
x" Mr. EarMan is president of the state services. : .,' . .., t",
school auditorium this evening will 11:00 a. m.-Preaching 44wnl
jll t commence-at eight o'clock. The prot.'fcrram board of health, Dr. Greene-is state Theme "Faithful Builders." -: .J 4 ,f.... ".,

: I{ *.' printed in the last issue of health officer, and" Mrs. Dutch, is wife 8:00 p. Wednesday prayer : ,tHE:.UNVlit'33'CA'. : ; 'r \'1M': .....
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The Gazetted/will be rendered and of one of the ex-mayor of West "service." .:...,. J., '_.' .' \. !
made I" ,._ ._ '1; J.v.
'The' butS ;
. musical selections wil be given by- Palm.brief Beach stop ;jbere.upon.au.quartet friend. 4:00 p. nu-rtlWednesdayt meeting ": .... If .v.-.IIo-r ... ...... ..... . _...:"" "" 't';,.'C. ." .., ,
I the highschool' orchestra of''the Woman's Missionary Society :.
I Mr. and >Mrs/H.< E. Robinson and at the ;.
Woodbeck will have chargeof .
J. D. A .
Ckristia. .
Mr. Mrs Bror-J. all of ChurchRev.
the high school orchestra
that conduct organization the concert during work' the given closing by West Kissimmee Palm on B Sunday;' '..u advance through W. H._Coleman. Pastor' f n fdP (0 U'P3|! 1

e\\ 10:00 SundayJl:00 school. V,
guard of the bunch of business: men a. ra.- r
4"" ,X.week_of the school.year. _ .. m. Sermon. .
automobile to
making a trip by variou's :
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;:. : A five-room house in north Kis i.1..
y Sermon.
7:30
: points on the west coast for p< m.- Vyk
l" ; simmee with two large lots; nice the purpose of getting acquaintedand A' welcome for everybody ; $145.00.0. 0. B.. DETROIT' ..
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ft shade; cheap at $1000. Terms. NeN.! spreading the propaganda that cially strangers tf .J r
,i1 son1 Realty Company, is being out by the 'i ,

;, I . Irlo Bronson, son of Mr. and Mrs.i board of contmualll.llnt east coast Furnished .Flat for 'rent. W. ,.B. For the doctor, 'salehnaiiiIupector: <

'j' G, 'C. Bronson, of Shingle' Creek returned Harris. Gazette office. 14-tf ; '.

,' Sunday from Locust Grove city.Judge' G. F., Kribbs, who' claims: to A pleasing:entertainment give contractor, executive, the Ford Coupe'" '' ..

academy' located Georgia, where be ''an authority upon Florida peaches en by the Junior Baptist Young pea ' .' "
:.l t.i he 'has been in attendance. the statement madein pIe'. Union and the"Sunbeams, on & .-
protests upon .. . .. mentis i :: +
; E. G. Duckworth of Orlando Gasette regarding harvesting t largely r.f .
The evening
Mayor the Tuesday ao< was '-' \ ,rprotadioa
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aneceaafuI! ._: R."lY.ULl.I"C" ...., "." Vlaere
r and a most merchant of pe\,chess < two aid one- attended. The "affair was in charge 5'
of that thriving city, spent TuesdayIn half Inches : in diameter saying of the. suyerintendent,, MrL"E; S.( President .Southern Baptist Theoloa eaDs per day.la lessjtime. ,. < ;'

,.I'I \ ".. Kissimmee Hooking .after matters peaches do dot grow to that size7 in HalL Sal Seminary. Whoja.Tturlng'soyth.Following . .....t .

,. ." 'b. .business. this state. Ten minutes later be There is 'to be held the annual .. fro.. weather,. ? : )1' ,
: Try the. Sanitary Dairy Company brings a. box ,of peaches of his .own meeting of the Klssimmee' Citrus the close of the second '
;S'r ,,'.' for anything. and everything in the production to the office of The Ga- Growers' Association on Monday year,tl'of tfae Baptist TI Million Can.palgn -as.ple, ". ........ aad, c.afert, r f ,
'"" ,airy line. Deliveries from 7:30 to .e t". two of which measured two next. May. 30, and every member 01the April 10, several thousand men J
. '. ''m. Phone 'Lee Rogers'; .residence. la possible that the legal light :is present. The session will be calledto expected to assemble at Chattanooga, r J '

J'. 17-tfc a better judge of .law''than he is of order promptly at ten o'clock in Tens, for the, seventy-alxtb. annual ; c. ; ;,o'

Citizens in several portions; of Klssimmee length. the .Exchange.. packinghouse. session of the Southern Baptist Con '
. 'f '. are a bit worried over the There will be -noservices/ at the P.;' S.: Kelser.field representative. vention. The Convention met In Aljove:all, it Is thecarof'dcpendablh '.-J

>annonncement that new saxaphones churches -belongingvto the Ministerial ,of the Anti-Saloon League, has been Chattanooga last In May, 1>0(, 44artDC. _

". ,. have been purchased Murray O>' Association in Kisslmfnee on Sun- in Kissimmee this week: in. the interest .''.tbe> Interim there has been a ity-the,Ford :engine has the '" .:<
the desire that power." + +
t"r and eVenin.t being :
;<_rstreet and Richard Bandy, anew day' of the great work;: ..whichherepresents. marked'growth'' in every-department _. T i*** Vj" "T'
J baa.been bought .all congregations,attend. the gradua ., *thata ,
:; 'r King' trombone Mr.' >|ser states >
activities and In
of theConv.ntioa',
; , Walter Bass. tIOD'-.enDOD to .be given at the high meeting of the prohibition forcesof i :
f' by numbers bt the local We keep. your car on ''the road '
i school auditorium commencing at held } the and work ., : .Wq' ,
,; A. H. Fillers, who bus been prln- Florida wilt be shortly after 1 .
'" ....:s1.pal of the Kissimmee schools ..forthe eight o'clock', c ,_ i the 'legislature ;;adjourns aV which churches as well. 'The. total number of 'sellQenulne';' Ford Parts.. r'." .,r rr r '.'; i
.
twtr ;har securediapositU Amos Akerman, son?of Sir. and time a campaign :'Awill ;be. launched Baptists-reported to the Conventlon.ln1905k ', .II ;.
past' years !'Akerman-' .'*Klsshnnnee 'for better enforcement of the waa'MM.784Awhile' :last .May, j'. .; ;tI.. r. '. 4 f -. \ ; } : 1' ;
Military, Mr*. Alexander prohibition . .\ t, '. . j".r.... brt l
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: Atlant >' of ofo' ItiIi.f '. been ..visiting "laws.: ii-t '' ,:1 i fourteen later when 'the body ''4 . J. .. ';, ,
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y' School of ,' rumored, who has receoUy. -\s years \ ";" ,1';" ' : : N ..., ... ,; ;
and is expected. to leave,, for that "his parents;.""- one of'the dais J.iiF.; Walter,:;the"expert"csbinei-. met In Wathlacton, the' total membership '( I : ' '." ) '''''-;//' ., .., ,
4' .
', "\-- soon after.the' posing exorcises of, 127 studying Camp Jackson: to maker, wfrose..place on North Berm. of tie local churches as reported \ ,..!J/",: =.1' ::,,P.. .:;'FIMM, 0 NS '> ", ,. ,

b. }ref the local schools. #*>IV **+, '.*' make good at West Point He Was da l fr.1.wa)1l an extremely-busy! spot, was,9.. UM. 'or a' gain of JU10MU4. ; ; : ." .' ... t ;t/'l 1

; '", Good even-rodAt n house in north successful In,- being ,one";of 'the fleemen' bas: gone.to: Tampa to visit relatives. ne'...tUAI for this year are DOt yet t" :Authorlzed Dea.ler y(r't; '
fortunate, to 'II ", tci i ft
sufficiently 1 ? .T\
f 5,, JKlssimmee three' "screeaed. porches, being' for:a.few weeks- ie..JoIra.-Wal-:: available, but inasmuch It Is known
.ii. ,. ,
qJ ftwo'.fireplaces. Good,, caragf> !, ,with win opt/and will cpmtag.jnomthAStop" go into,.camp) ,aboot ';trwitb.h m-. Mr.; Wa ar has ''rare- there were practically' 3.71,001, ,addl- ;KISSIMlMLB j.' W. .$: ; r1 L0 RIDA .. }
< ) the:first of the ; /,7j ability In the eonstrnction of 'articles ,
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. \a.. yfrom"itrpet. tjarge Uonk'to "
"owmt the local ohnrchea last.yeary : .
i' ' ; '' 'lsn'j!:. ioW for .: of adornment, for home fromor-, .'. ..
.the '
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1. eonlft..tot.'jSeatt'.naaoi.'W'9'thisemn.be'had !; : -- "' ... .
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paptian alone / : ,
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*.<** < '4. : .. Everything must be sold including. fixtures. Nothing reserved. Never. in the history' of' Kissimitiee has; there . .:..

l! j 1 been such a Stupendous Price Smashing; Money :Saving Sale. It's move. by July '1, or sell and we. are going to ..

. i' sets Ol" oss. is your gain.. Buy while 1 your dollars,. will do double) : ty.S O( will be closed: Thursday:/, and!* rw


u., -,., i .. .. Friday;May" 26. and; ; ; 27. Stock will be arranged. Cafeteria style] .as far as, possible.. Prices in plain figures,. ,

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[ Sale Starts Saturday Morning, May 23, 9< O'clock .




and 'lConti"nues[ Until Everything is SoldLadles' ..


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Silk Georgette and. .CrepeDe Misses'' and Children'sY k 1"'' ,

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Chine_Dresses, -- Gingharn-oresses ;


$35.00 and $iO,OO valuei priced at_____._$1 8, T :
tr y A few $37\50 to $4 .50,, value. atrrn.____ zz.tSJ. Large,ihowiog-Prrcfed: to close out at $1.98, p29. .tom :1 c j
$45.00: and ..iss.oo'vaille,"priced at_______ ztM'. $344 $4.49 $1*8, $5.00, K.OO and'$8.25.w "
a ri.ia\ $ 1QO vaJ..... priced at_, Jf.M ,Former value to'$330.' $425. $6.7: ;. $7.00.()() $7,75. \:
'4 $10.00, $11.00. ADd'$1660.. )

,T :,.: I Ladies'! Voile:.and d organdie. Dresses .. Ladies'J Waists Also Mi ses' and Children' WUt]; Dfesse .Y..
We have arranged our Silk and Georgette priced' clot .
to out.
1 W1 : tha ,'ab.uld them rapidly: T
jsts.wJot* move i rr
in FaDCY'a d Plaint .Lo.tNp. 1. priced at $3.49-Values to $7.00" Large. line of Mi...' and Children' Muslin Underwear
Lot No. 2.; priced'at $ .'1-Value, to 10.00:
'iJ : ; i in Gowns. Slip ancdDrawers, prked' at costlet :t t'and .:"
..,.......""-- _----- .'. .the . -J., Lot No.: 3.;priced at $f.4fTVal..el.to1so, I>-
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{ .... .. ; 'r" Ie ..- $I25&**d. $.I5..00.v.luCI": at--------------7.98 Lot No. 4.'priced at $1.N-Valuel to 15.00 ; to doso'ouLChildren' 1 I .
.. ,, ... u LOt Net 5prke. .t --Nr-Value 10, '18.00OUL . t i 1t'' t. !
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I" $lA.9Q'(. ", L-; -. --- --- Romper and Play Suit at. attractive iftw S
I M vfiJqq .;,. ... .. 4.98j 3O2I/ 1close _
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k 1 ft IQ ---- ---------- VO I IL&nd Organdie Waists we have arranged out prices.Alsov t
Dr : four lot for. quick salt at the, fol-
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: ., < .A f) P 1'1'1 IQwi.Lp telt(: Youth's..Batting;..Sui..., I.OO.vahtW. ., at.Ctr: > t /
,. ;, '& 11": Y : lihimlj r ceDrsses. ,,; : ." ,Lot .No.I'. 1a._: ___.::.::_.__.;_________'I, ."', \ r. ,
J.' } j \,. / :. ; j;, ., 1r. ,. : r l .t.t.4x .. LotNo.'2. at .___._'-___..____... I.ij ...*.+,. -. 'p p .." .: r"-Y'.4/.4j ;
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: T' :.. -.J1& tG':i8:00 pDAlU-at-: '4.69M T '
Ladies_ Conet.; Camisoles& .j4fl ..
St V.a1uu ,to.$10.00.:. --'priced&L: ; ____-____..__--- 6.98, and.Bra.uer at.pioney- t aS

;L f Valuea'to$1230. < priced at_____---------- 7.98 ,i saving,price ..t. T s ',iNIICIII .
THEY\
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Complete line of Ladies I I COME UP SMILIMS ,
: Ladies' Millinery. Hand Bagin Leather r ; f. 01 HA .. r .
} Full line of Ladies* Trimmed Hat, all styles, shapes" and colors. and Silt l : Close Out II.t'
c I Large,and complete line of the famous Jack .. ) ,;.:
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a'' .Also few .Children Hat all priced one-half former Price from Fifty.nineants
k close ; at price to : up.r a// Tar Middies. Blouses! Skirts and Dresses. .r
out. + ranging in sizes from 3 to 22 years. The "
Large I line of Lacei and best and' .
) most serviceable for aDd
i : d-dLadies'' Trimming less than, 1 4 sport wear
Silk and Jersey. Petticoats at f ; a summertime. Value from '
$3.00 to $13.00. .
half ,their' value, to clow t, "
:z .L' s ,Color combination* .and,'plain, color, priced at COlt and less.fc outLADIES' Sale-price.) ; ----------______$1.95. .to 8.00 ;.J
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1, ?7t t. 1, 1 r .L L Ladies' HOSIER*. Ladies Navy I and Black Skirts J

.1\. iif'x & ; :Ladies'( Silk"'Merterfced;Hose in white and black J at ,39* add_ 49c, ''d'd.f
,; a pap, f ..f.fp .fy
t rr\! p Underwear Ladia** Silk Hose $+35 value*,', at:-___:: _____,_------ --t,4, 91 in Serge,Silk Poplin and Panama.' Sale- Priee$2.S0. $1&50 ,
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roOjval! at $lf; $100udIS3.25: j value, at___ $ Regular. *; 4.50'to .!$25.00i.'
s-Ig C k .I I1i. $$3.50'values( :' a,.$2. $r $5.00'htes.atp ; ________...-,,-_____ :

t;; l!. iit The largest' 4 t and mOlt .com4 Misses': a d.h. ren'Hosiery. :: Ladies1 Plain,-, Strip8d,and Fancy Plaid Skirts \ I:. r .

yi I plete line of Ladie' Underwear White ;:and ,Fancy(>Sox also wbitftiland\ black. Hosiery;. extra good), > .
:!c 1!' lit\t ever shown i in Kissim value*; at '50c.,,a paly, priced at 39c >he.pair. $4.50: to $25.00> vaiueu priced to leD') for.______$2.99'to $15.00 I',

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f t Muslin, Gowns. Teddies, Billy Bathing Suit in Silk. $Serf $atinandWooL'also'.Bloomen! and Bath ,, SkirtsAlso ,
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f'' Burks, Corset Cover, ,1\.. -:.
-.. Ladies' Handkerchiefs White Flannel,Organdie, and Voile, White Tan and Blue Linen ,;
Y r i .SkJ.n.; Bloomer and ..* Handkerchief, three also White Wash Skirt at prices that will
... : :*, Priced'at t three. fiv and ten anbleach.lnitiaJ move them quickly. &.
} . a,, t Drawers AU priced at Cost in box f fifty cent value, to dose 'out at Twenty-$v" ctnts 'a box. ,
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1 ,E ,tyou: '.t "" .t..cth.C.to.taaael.il'.d..tbet.uM i ; of Now. 'O Eo'P\ .. / A .
some quick acting fertiliser broadcast .* 'f <<, !- T" rn '"
I. : ,t:. : ; ovet- the fteWl, harrowe4KJi". 'b, Fttssuu i
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n 'J1 . :',', ,.: Nitrate,of soda, or.. sulpha t*,oarnT: -n., 'watsp Ja.. wapderlpl: ; 'J : ... :
-1 *. mania applied, atthe treteefi; (>0..to 'wrobgbt : .
s {,. well'have (wonder up'idfliit.dwithklq f' a ""' "J!
have .always.yearned / 200 pounds to. the wilt be'-; '. .
WE : to run newepa pet, acre! plen ( 'W es rr .
column"-just lit back, and publish other ',;. '..' ty.' Corn at. this- stag'needs ample fhoM : Due M i adl.ua r
people's' And amounts o contributions. here
"Steve" comes, :.. ,/ come"-avallabl. "auttkly;., ..- .. ', " >
across .With a contributed .advertisement. saves <" ,'...." I,;" After .the last cultivation of 'the wonderful IM.p'f those having.

I rL us some work. He keeps 'hn> name and address aj '1f.f! # .1:. corn. It will be good farming tobro.dea.Ateeprweed 'eumaUam In'aD7 form or ahapa.TThe ; _. ._, .

; ,ecret-but1QOd.work;Steve, say. w" '.: Oll"ti:1). ,.,' ;:1'\.',\ I field and obtain one of seed the beat over nay-the Weds ,iare :locate two. '"miles d

,1" ,. "'to'!' ," ,t., -. }o I crop the farmer has in the south.Besides'snaking :'north Kissimmee... ; Ij 1'14,NoU Pnbilc'inj.; .or,,of es I
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THRlEXtARacne e. .:. ". : ... BUTT) ANYHOW 1,taok, omit '\ land animals, the bergarweed being! 1 -t. .j ,, .

1 TkIEC. a cigarette.i 4 'NOW.I,14otr"! ' : > : ),. sMY a legume, restores large amounts ofhitrogen ,Ope ;iT,' '. Haya,' 3Si, >raday, "."aidFross .'j", .... \
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from theair /tend made available .. , ,
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fHA'lXrI: seen advertised < biGinistaklti / '" I w I i
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'1:1: roots of the Old. lands
AND i 41dD't.1JU'I plant. ; rundown
,.. IOR'AtL"tlie'sbi. ., e; '. or new ,lands'io be, sweetenedup .
NOT ;A talL-not talL ' can be improved materially,'by l KN'il.'1 ,
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t. . YCITERDAV,1 ranfsbert.NAHOJHAb'to --poUND ,'I. has theproper' distance''' It ;will be f, Kr
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AND ACL I'cold. fst%+ T corn build up .your land aa well '
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tr '" , .,.". NOW: I 41.'t ts.oriI '," :; ... grow, off.. fast. They! like it. ......., .
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'. (7oo .A.: ..... ec.....,' A.c"UTk"- P eed.nuta., .rape,. rice, arid rye lWti eiIi :4 Sca1 "
I ...I.d Ii.. 01)0 C.....+.. 'rE\'EI.'tocik."n!.,' "ae'a L may be economically 'grown for ,
61J1ta;, AI"""" S. '. tlllfl'.l; 8tetile'd' your chickens. '
; 'S 1ft i Neheteci. Produce-Bright Fancy Fruit : F Fi
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AIR-TIGHT p.okingdM i :TRED: and'pailled" bp.tH anywhere'' else for '. 1'0.' To control the flies, spray .
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time to spray. with 'lime-sulphur for ,n Eason n cal c-w..I4N.ps: ) tot"White ,.
+ rust; mite. Lime-sulphur and bordeaux ." Fly, Scale Insects sad Ruse Miles, '
e 0 Y Q 4 4,4J 4r : mixture are fungicides; and >bU, > heir tnjcUrpreu'<-protec. -"' .
i after spraying with fungicide it' is tneI against t tavagts. J. ,
beat under most conditions to follow I ,.. ., < t- Used as directed laovates the ybU adptodnces ", ,
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control the insects. In spraying' ... .Iws1e oosa.r.ds,. ..., 1 .., '1"1;
with the fungicide, the beneficial ...... w ales. ... se-nit aoIIdoIt." I i r

LIOCETT &.MYUU.TOBACCO Ox Fungi insects are such.killed aa out the and Whitefly enables( -the redcale --r''" ','' :t., tt.a..el.g.s.etts.a..l.geWF.f..LseJ. ... .. ;;

;' long scale purple scale and S ( }HN&Ri.R+ .& 'CO.

... . .-... I other.. insects to gain a foothohL ;
. The farm and truck growers of J. : 3yeaJla lrfSptpyi:3prtiysfi: V '" '*
I-- Oaceola county have formed cooperative Spraying r,
-CEVn Scotchman, and his bachelor sons I if, In'+ etuntle ;will agree that In organisation, known as1 the ', '" .,,. ,...., ,?
IN JWFDNESDRAY'S PICTURE and J quaint, prim daughter of five yearsiHhe'';' 'daughter, shall 'marry' Osceola Growers' Co-operative Association ORI4NDO.FIARIDd. ,, ,,... y .'.
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'.---"-'" twenty-six. him If &V. 'wishes.. : M and""lt') I., earnest-plea Oueela Hard war*.CataaL,, .cd Arati,''KiMiauMf :S,1.; .r;
Constituting part'of the basic plot *The father and brothers have almost that '"every 'grower come together "* *' '* '*' *jV_ **' .r4
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of "What"Everyv.Womai Knows," despaired-of huab DcI,' for wliit ':'Cteam' Ve rmKgo is 'cer- this ,organization and m.ke/.it worth .. -
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finding a .: 'r '; ,.' _, .::'. '.:....' -, ". _. -- ;' --
Wflllam DeMille's latest production the .young woman"because, she* lscun tafn de Btr etlon- Intae dual} worms; while. The association la for you, ) l" -5BW ...
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aramonntwbieh) will "t'aeen.t like other women. Then comes a poor! It is harmless'toChildren. or adultll.J .. and you mint not'put- it off in coming -- ' J
t Vtl* Casino next Wednesday as a young English student who' steal 'rioe'86e.: : Sold b '..f;' Z. Roberson.' right in_and becoming a memberof ," ,.. "
,JrBpedal'attraction, is one .of the most through a window into the Wylie li- this ,take no ;.; 1''f.. ", '- .

> amazing', bargains' either''in. truth; orficttoi. brarylate at night! to ctbdy the A 'new'lnv iJtion; 'injwlrelesr: telegraphy Interest in ,an organization formed ,I'. .... Joj." ', '' ) 'f' .' i- ..'. ".. 'I'..''..,.'.. ')""
-fb":: books. The Wylie's catch 'the. young makes it impossible for for the purpose of .helping' the grower "! "r' ...
"Die story.Is laid in' 'England and "bur&larbear; hie 'explanation' eaveidroppei'I't.' .' listen in *n the, dispose of his produce! dont knock .f .. -.!. .'.- ''f
Scotland and a bargain .conaumat- then Coffer him three hundred pounds eonAdenual.reportr'ot';the League of the county and''saythat you can't .. 'I
edetwe n, Alick Wylie.I an rold with which to complete' his IItUIIe: ,'. Nations. a."em'Dlt. get anything for your crops after .

-=,,__._,,1:;:__.._.. .. __. .'-- .'..- -- ':_-. ,--" . :-_.. -=.-.. -:-. -=.. -.. ::._.--0-,. .....|: ,they'coopprlion.;are) } grown help: If make.. you this believe:':'aU. T.In: .\

I -Success.. Everything the far- .h w
nil%eedtIn the home and on the ,. ;
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,' BOAS!' BOOST!.: ,B0OST: t: at a saving to.you. Everything -. .. n,1.
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..' .. All small fruits vegetables, ;farm (. 4t' "rte e {

::0' : : : I' !props! hogs, chickenseggs: milk. andbyproducts
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", ',,1"..f'.o.I'U; Know How To Boost ::4",, ,, 'j. be disposed of through\ this organization -
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Tiif:; to;.. Bud KEEPUP! ; .d'. ,' TMIy Rab-My-llsnt- Is a''\ mat-'pals' kler. .' 1 I1MI' 1 ted.louWint 4

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If You Don't Know' How To Boost "OP; COMM RCE7NEWSP"J. ?g.b. a..at.1 .r.ad..5 d Maen- ', Jf"t.. .1.n:i M'

I ( D. Woodbeck, ;, Secretary). . e..w.... .d..b.t 4 : to> rI

The .following notice "appeared under r4 ie
.TAKE'LESSONS. ---JOIN THE CROWD date of May'16 In the Special .
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. News and'\ Feature Service publishedin I --H'-- III
New York cjty.' Copies were sent .: '. ... ," ,'I 'J' ; r
to Chamber of Commerce and ,
every ., '"
Board of Trade in the. UnttedStates. . ..

and Canada r
Your Prosperity, our Prosperity Prosperity of "Farmers in Osceola' county are I Of', r

the entire 'community, ties ,.in the completion' the '. opportunity availing themselves offeredby of- the.the..unusual Kissim i } .> r


KISSi ME-SAINT[ aOUD-MQBOURNE: [ CROSS-STATE[ 'HIGHWAY viding has mee been Chamber an agricultural done of in Commerce developing expert. in:Work"pro.rice . to" 1Yhy.1 :


The; Magnificent Bridge crossing 'the Indian river is practically lands; and the production of corn i"" C Fogd .. j.
coro.-t peanuts," end 'the raisln 'of'' poultry theriQht4kinc, o fr ,

,31 I pleted. When the draw shall-.open,'; and .close. for the fr t_ time. it \vill.,elo p i iso : ...: __ and b....>has' been stimulated** 'I be as: IpFul)to .. ..r "r ,1 ;
at, a cost of more than $100.000Wor: that is what one the ) at -!! I !'
rOo man aan The-:fertislng" ear sent 'out by your .
asit.i htE '- ;
the head l of l INDIALANTIC-BY-THE-SEA, has spent in order to make that, : the'Chamber of Commerce started on : deli Ito ; -
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I ,. charming.resort the 'more.'con'Yenie.otJy reached.. Think of that! Then view # after-its northern havingbeen, trip photographed'Monday morning by tasrey 1 n:D :int rest Cm.i1ft' ,

l:I- the proposition-and you will be the, more of Booster'' than ne r"", John Wilder., Many good, comments these s ieutific" Fa t abouc< .')\ ,
j W r;.'made by business men and citiiensfas "
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SURELY THE \iUNITtCt EFFORTS' .OF ALL, THE. BOOSTEfeSJOFi. to Its- being one.of," the bestadvertising' .. .... ," '.: : .; ::1 :
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{ >. THESE THRIVING! AND OPTIMISTIC.'' COMMUNITIES WILL BRING) devices ever '....nt ''out, of .. 'i .. '"
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ABOUT THE COMPLETION, OF THE ,:FEW UNFINISHED MttjES: ,OF? northern Florida. J j Michigan By"the: time thousands it arrives of'peo.!in- -. :'DU't .pe.:o-l'H t ,. -.,

1 I HIGHWAY CONNECTING THE WONDERFUL INTERIOR WITH THErBEAUTIES. pIe ..will save read of th0'possibilitiesKisslmny. .1J. ' a'he
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and Osceola county hasto "
BE- FOUND .
10 AND PLEASURES AT
t Offer them Mr.. Halstead carrieda :

r IND1ALANTIC BEACH - YOUR, .fUTURf PLAYGROUNDi. good to,distribute supply of along Kissimmee the way literature '; anda unusual nutriment oE- '

.. set-of i photographs of th...tomato wheat n :m Ited:barIey'is' '; r ;. ,+

;t IFS MONEY IN YOUR POCKET TO t and. cucumber and golf fields'courser, .the, county clubhouse paid 'tredfestedakin \m. \

TO'BOOST, THE CROSS-STATE HIGHWAY :.
Now Is the' time to'outline an active m g 'of Nuts. I
\ campaign with special emphasis Graeocl

I on the solution of the housingr-ptobx;* You.d'. ;et, value ,
o lent. Wefmtut have more furnished y" ".: ; J : .t..o'! : t
houses, 'furnished rooms and one or ... in sxxlaUbu.Th.cI.UA.4.UJ.CtOD-t: : ) ;

r 1 more apartment who houses to accommodate to Klssimmeef . aC.. 1 '1S eVeoveraed.._ ., ,.. .' .N" . .)
SALES COMPANY I people are coming. J".,... I. '
x NDIALANTIC 'this fall. Get bu.,, r V: : "j
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I. W'' mm-. chamberJ'--:.-' Of r C mmereoi of .,Grape=xut .1s a food Ien-, I r. :

!v- Flint. Michigan has Mattte.E. Bur alertness and i
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Kissunaiee Salesmen efficiency: r r
tit $..Ieaau'Mamairn' } I neD president; and Miss Maggie , : '
l I'' Vf.RNONirf.'HAVENS.' :' , ''' l. :+R.'P. WHITE True.. secretary. Kiasimmee women,
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! .'/ ,' 1 note the interest! women arry.takIng : 71baSOrtr ;: !' _
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.'.-..... -"\ . .' ; '.,,..' ir ,",. t. t tlon. "Join the., local( Chamber of '''.'. ,.. . \ ;, .. "
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' MttCfLKEiWCTIONS 'This :reduction.brings .Goodrich based en compare vo serrice tires t. > M'A uorcur(!::, "RAkO' wetitOVf'TttttfART;

tZtyff: ; ::?*'"."",. price. to a pol.t.U" below the prewar costlees' today ,,than ever.' >etore 4'"Che'tnbber'Induntry'rep ;u 1 ? ' Or Anything.. ; On Top The Ear;
t. i -'AatombblUaU."nt'be b* lad to know schedules, as represented-by. the : o.ut. anearnesteffort Five thC Us.ndWe were dipPeddllrlnl' Thefollowing' financial statement' -

,. e ,that the famous Silvertown cord an- 1913 level ,It is"eather'startling to to>.meet- .'wf.be.of :April.. in Polk, countGooda /. :' was placed on record st the late .HOUSEHOLD-GOODS
\ '.,1' tl-.kki safety tread .tires are Included And that in i s 1910 tire prices: were the administration' and 'the-.genera ,, sleeting of the county board of education ,.TOUR ,
.la. the recent 20*'price reduction 115% higher" .than' the,, Goodrich public inrthe .establishment of lowe: MT-Guerry aDd M. M. Vlck- :* r, :" Or Anything. .ThACan. Be .Moved
'which brought tire prices back to prices-today: ., price, levels on which all daasee of ers, of the Palatka N Ws,,have ,.purchased ,..... Last R.rt .p. --- .
.. ._ _
J . Fr.
'h", pre-war basis..' Among tires .?-, It.'u''not' a far-fetched i conclusion i trad.j' CAD unite and .transact bnsi the the Post "of. that. city and. k.draft ,.._,..' JO.111 Get, our price: before having ypur
town is the-name tbat.ln.tantlt' to, MY'that tires today give from 60* . two dailies wtll be\ consolidate4} : aa, D. NO. i,.--z, ----....!.- ..811.11'H. hauliqg don.
nessThe 8. D. No. l.-i.J; ;:_,. _..., *.8.11' ,
'
toys the thought' of/the/ highest quality to 160% greater mileage then theydid price'"reduction campaign instituted Closing exercises rt Ttollin.Icollegewill a a D. NO. a. -76.r.6
t o Car 'manufacturer end dealers sr few years ago Therefore, if by Goodrich has received endorsement be held on Sunday next,* and on R a D. No. 6_ .______.-- II.1|
1 mileage oconomic in __,_.______ .__, _. 15.59Meer Wi iESFEI CGU ANY
art quick emphasize to their prospect the tire companies were selling as an \move the a a D. .N. i1156JS.BI ; .
actual termination
Thursday .
will, __.. .._
.
!. $ .
level the spirit of the times., p..r
the 1916 with .
.t' that their cars are equipped today at price tune take place when the'graduating 176.11 11x..1 ,
? with SUvertowns i knowing that tires wouldactually cost from' $5 to >.-' 't *. ercises will occur. ; . n'.nlo.n,11.38.69 ?* I Jf.OJ ." Le-..OrtI.r.r'roxt... --t.HarJ...... Ce.FIXINGFURDS. i.
lf r neither1 explanation 'nor argument 4s .$25 more_than at-present. The eon-! Subscribe' for The Valley 'Catetteft 129.'" 418.15
** ....... : SSO.1 808.60 m.O
,
; .. . ---- ---- -r, -\-r'--"- Of the one hundred and i sixty dele .69.111 .x' .16.00, 68.68
/ gates.. from the United States ap I If." II.n
# pointed to attend the Methodist Warrant wr examined! and''' ,sn+
/ conference
k .. .. . .tti" "', 61, ',,rn.. London' in September-r General .ib; al fund, '.a'.s"i1128.1AS ;
h r 1 r I but one i is n.medfrom. Florida Rev.: 7.8T
R n. No. 1 Fund. =!
*---- -
: Charles H. $. JJ. No. S Fund__.___... J U
M. Fuller
: of Saint
Angus'tine ]
e' M ; il \ ".. a 8.,,,n No. 1 Fund_._-... -. 608.00' _
.;, 1 I \ "jf; : ilf M, \. : S./8.' D. No. ''6 Fund..._._.__Z- 15.00
J "
Bill.. were approved and warrant.sued *
I " ,'" Goy P.. Ruhlv who recently, pub. nm fullown: .
\ ; iished asunlgnedannouncement"; aiwnfiitAJSCHOOL: FUND. -
ft'P'
;.' h" In the columns of his own.paper, the O 'H .TowoIL- "uperlntond balance .nt'____f 150.40
3 i' ,''t 4'J 'of- .. Frostproof News, that he was a candidate W O Ua.. member board, two
.. __._____.__.._. '.00 ,
:,) \.Jr., ?fI 1 . for the position as ,cleric of W it me Lanlar tln fI'. Frostproof, was elected"to that office H H' Hull, member boar two '
,'" '' by a' fifty percent majority, His meeting; ________.___..._ 11.00 '
I" '; .' .. 't", --.: method of especially was certainly -. John Presbyterian. 8 Cadel.. church attorney rent -.--.. 11.uo J1.80 01. Crane, "We, De AB Varietits .f

', .. .queer-and modest Mlra Alblrm Smith' C O AgentTS.OO'
O B Woodall, janitor *ch 1__. 110." Aat..obile'Work And W D. It .
V W.t-d;; *
"' o!' ... : ."" Orlando Light Comp. William Johnson janitor sob 14 60.OO '
.:'. '1" "" ' .. -.. I i kjiy offers to sell its waterworks plant Julia Davla, janitor .ch 10_____. '10.00Mt. J eRJjM
: ; For $435,000, and, will sell the.elect .. ;Jthea rherlg-o..1_'._offlee.. work. ; 18.00. .
'
fl, h\,' rf ; tric plant and ,-waterworks plant J 'O 'Bratton. attendant- officer 115.00
A ."J. t"' ", '. .. / "" 1 together for 1035000. The firm of A B Toder .*rvlce-..___i______ '5-*
, r !fill'i ; the W I Barber transporting pupil '110.00J
engineers of
appraising
j iI.{ values : H Smith transporting puptl110.00Mri
';".'.\......... ... .. ,,\ .,. the twe figures- the first to be Florence Ove..tre.t.trall.- Eddie Hansell f
-i $250,000 ._. ..___. :
... TE.OO
: worth ; and the. electric J 'f.ortlnlr pupil- : .
.. .. ..- '. ... -
.
,,..It ;; iI''':< I -' plaai =be=_.. "- = Q pot' -==" ,
: s jR10aiiff.; Tbe Street
i_ ; wplI--..j'-r: __--->_..._ .0 .:N. .1s 'Eausttt i
-
1 mere-bagateliE "of 'difference Ot 8 B $torJ'.- transporting pupil' 85.no
4" : 545.000 threatens te bring'out considerable Will-. ;y.on. transporting pupil. 160.00Teaea.r.
yC I :\\1. ..., .1. .; .' galarle* '
argument in case the'folke, A' H. Plllvra, principal. .ch 1_ IU." _
; r ft .. '"r really. desire to make. a dicker. Mis* tXlmenn Cettner :1..,_____..1 UO.OO/ DR. R. J. DENNING (
l ''' ____ 1J5.00
) t.. ", Mil*' Noble 1\I..I""ndon :-- 00
: .. __ 115.00 4. \
: Guarded' by wIre fence Ml fclllle Bhuman DENTIST
a twenty -- ----
:
___ __ __
.. Ml Ion Houch 115.00
I ,. \. five feet high and protected'by Ml.. Grace Wlnn h.__nn- '_ .-_k__ 110.00D Over the Postofflce. i iOFJl'tCIII
'a w.tehllHnboth' day 'andnight' to see M Cooper ____,_. 115.00
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: -- ; 'alk 1I that budwood thieves do not steal Mr. F O- :Bryan_______._____-. 'lI.eo HOURS: t te 11:10. ltl. L
Residence w
174-
'. 'I .-, I'' material that is worth its weight in Ml:**** Claude Clno WooJdrldnre Harrlnon _:::: ::: -S5.no S.OOMl : .Phone', : '
\ Phone 1ST
__ _.. _._ -" -Office
gold stands the orange tree at Avon H] .T KrlrKion _ u 5.00 '<." j'.
r Park' which has for several Ml** Virginia Tiller _-_.., n._ *..00Mln ,
\ yearnborne _. _. ... "
A \ 6G.OO
.. BU1I > H Mllllnn
<
'at one and the same time, continuously Mra F. C. Krt wards.___--___..__ 96.00 4
J.c el abloom 1 baby i fruit, Ml**, Edith Miller SS.OO LEWIS O'BRYAN '
greenfruit \
t o it and fruit l Miss Cecelia Ov rtr .;t-==: :: 9B.OO: .
: am ripe, 'L of especial excellence. The adventof ,Ml Mr.*.. Ethel M C P Bryan--------------A me.__.__?_____ *IK.OO*.00/ ATTORNEYA LAW

this variety promises to "Lillian _. ._... 95.00
developa MI. Pal :
... t. ? 'Warner '
1 / MI. ,Medora Russell ..._._..__. 5.00 .Building {
l new era in citrua.culturo.: for imean. it
., _______ ..___.
.
The pleasure worth !t. There's? no substitute Ml El on Quloa 9R.OOMr '
r '. that everymonth' : in the year Irl' O Schuck_?__.___.. 115.00 \ '
will there be shipments from the Mlaj Edna: CMhwelkart __..___. 85.00
t.: 'for Camel quality and that, mild, grove that is .t'to this special fruit.A MI. Emma Towvll hh__ 110:00
MIa .Arinle Lee Knight. 10 day. 40.00
.P. A. VANS AGNEW
fragrant Camel blend. company with a capital of $500,000 'W-mi Ole Campbell _______. 15.80 --
4 has been formed to exploit this variety )fr. Florrl Overstreet ____-- 80.00

and it is. proposed to have a Mr Mr. Carrie H D Camphetl----N fcdrl. __________ 76.00Ml 7S.OO ATTpRIlET. OFFICES-AT-LAW
:: The fellow who smokes Camels, wan> quarter million trees budded with ** Wilma Mooney __n____. 75.00J /
{ ,r i mtf afff this wood and ready for setting out .H Purranof __________ __.h_ 100.00 116.South. Orange Avenue
t Camels. That's'. because havecan't Mi.. :TVnthaWilliam* ..____. '75.00
Camels in 1923, and double that amount the
L L Jordan ..;..._ _____._. 0.00 OrUade. Florida.
? .
' year: following. The tree la about o 8 Thacker _______...:_____:200.00Mr.
r e moobnea, a fragrance,and a mildness y. fifteen years old-and its origin is Laura 1u ______ __-- :.h 1Z5.0A #
MI. Ruth .___ 110.00Mra Home Address
e Sampson---- :
'
\ shrouded in but it
in another cigarette.Don't mystery; promaes Lula Atwood ___-______,- B6.0O Winter Park, Florida
get" .' to create a wonderful change in Mle Mary Florence __..------. 6.00
it the orange! culture; of Florida-- -. Ml.* {Catherine Shadoan. 6.CO
c ; Mr. France Schloh ___.-___---- .'.00 ,

' let'anyone:. ?. ;.tell: you' that- .any- "other -,- For every:: purpose for which a -liniment Mlm Mr* Edna Rmiemarjr B 6o.Landl* ..-_*?.-.--:::: ::..gg a 4 c ,

carette at any price is so good as Camels.Let is usually applied the modern Ml*. Eva Wllllarai _________ ,00
f 'f remedy, Liquid Borozone will do the !Mr. Karl Cower _..__________ 100.00 M. TILLER
8 F Hadley ...:._-J_____nu__ T8.00 ,
},!! ., work more quickly more thoroughly Pearl Johnson _.__. O.OO :
4 your own taste be the judge. Try and more pleasantly. Price 30c, 60c Theodo.la McKlnney ._...?__-.--__- 0.00 Real Estate
L R Mlt"-belI-------___ .,, I M.OO Agency.
and :
'I $1.20. Sold by J. Z. .Rofcerson. ---h--
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,.. e1sfory urse1f. A f ewsmooth, refreshing ,' Wenner-Rawrer" mnmfimm9om Co upplle_._ 1.75 I
J A Beautiful PhetepUy W B Maklnion Co. supplies?._ 1.00 Realty Bought :d aokL \
walk for Camel ,
puffs too. ,
ii andyou'.d a mile ,a City City of of St KlMlmmee Cloud water14,76 water12.60 Houses rented.
.
"' ' .. ... _ .._ One of the most charming photo Bank of Oceola Co.. Intere. S.S1 .
Toes and Titles.veri6
: . lays produced this season is *Lady Valley Qaaette aupplU -_ 7,00 paid '
,,., i ose's Daughter" ..n adaptation, of Valley Oairtte.. legal notice, -_ 11.00 ed for Bon-residenta,
.1' Valley Qaaette. pub.1 petition issue '
: ",.1! ... : 'o \ rpo Mrs.Humphry Ward's famous novel will F Kllmmee A Babb.. repair____________"_ ,8.00 fire Life and Accident: In ll+
starring Elsie Ferguson, which Auto Co *toraff8.00 "
I; Eddie Hancoll repair .. E.OO aurance.IDdemnit7": '
be shown at the Casino
today.. The
A B Vanes, report blank.-.. 10.25
picture is sumptuously presented and Oioeola Hardware Co. supplies. .1.51 Bonds. V*
,R.1 ItE\'NOL D3 T.......Cwa : the supporting cast is.of, the,highest. W U Tel Co. clock rent ;etc__ 1.01 .
w-- ...__H.c.J class. Kllmmee 11rIephene Co, rent.8.50' .
.
: A H Flllsrlexpen.e. to Oa1n.vllle -
and .potae. 17.00Rink .
,f .' .. 'The University of New'.York.hu of. 0.0801& Co. IntereaO; ES.II a.. F. KRIBBS W. J. STEEP
established 'to'teach Bank -Oaoeola Co rev stamps ', l.f 0 "
a course women ; KRIBBS
\J .
;! the art of retail Bellini H. n. D. If*. 1 Pmm A 'STEED, 1f! ,

i ,,n..I" > \- ,:,lJ'... ..f ..t r. -__, .'-,ML. 0' -. -- .. . ,- .-.,--- -- ,. -, Marine'. Fannie, Pharmacy Baa, ',trans supplies pupil. 110.00 I.U'Mr. Attaner. "... C..._l.... at Law Y i
; ;; 'H ( ., \ ' w *'},. ."' 9. s. n. If... a F..4.. ...10- FI.rldata..aral

('ir;fl". Li "j'., ;. ,,if""&. ,,,'. !$$1t tt, ;,{ :" ' ;" I. Ml D* BerthaWilliam Durrance. teacher26.00, teacher. 10.00J rravtle !. all Btat ... J", ;

,..,",..," ....,.. j, ...... : ; \ . 1 .. .. Mr'Carrie,N.Kdrln.\ teacher10.00 11.". State< v.._
, ,I' "' ..': . : -' L -LD.N..nF.N] .- ;
::: ,'" .. ; W 1 Barber trans. pupll---W;?: .15.00 !
'V J.
. 'W1HOMPSOlf'Fune.ral
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; 666 quickly rli YeBiUontacM C.paISe';

r ,. { ..a '" ._ '" ..' . _. Lou of Appetite and' DirectorLICENSEDAEMBALMER

Headaches, doe to Torpid Lirer.

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L' X11 ". o I'.r re. ,uR s I STARTED FOR MICHIGANBUT

WILL RETURN EARLY
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:t, i After pen din";";'lengthy season in Store. and Chapel, Stewart Ave. I

e their home on Maple avenue! Mr., and KI8SlI IEE. FLORIDA
a ,r Mra. W. W: Baker left on Tuesday ,
I''r' !! ." for their, home In F.entonMichigan
'..' where they will remain for but a few
,
l1 I '" " months' before returning to Klalm- DR. BJCKMASTERI! !
JI' i rrl "" mee. Both are delighted with this !

1 '..,' city., and an doing alj'. thing: possi,;
'1\1'" .". : .. ble to add to its prominence. !
.. .
t. '. "T'i'' V;' :. ,, .' I "You may laY for me,", said Mr. KISSIMMEITS{ !
.... :', \ < -1.11 .. if! " : 1.1. \ Baker, "tlmt I certainly appreciate
all the kindnesses that have been
showed to me here, and I like it here OSTEOPATH ,

: Tire L Mileage' at the Lowest: st in History' I very much. But I "want more thing
done in and about Klaaimmee. I hate I OFFICE AT : t
to tell my friends in Michigan about RESIDENCE: i

A .- "*1r NON-BKID RED-TOP what a fine bulkhead they'll 'see Corner ef 0 .. Ay... '
*
RIBBED CORD NON-BKID CORD
GRAY TUBES
when they here-and then have
SIZE TYPE
\,0" ,f OlclP cel New Prle.. Old Prices New Price. _Old_Prices New Prkei Old Prin. New Peke. Old rlcee New Pine. them poke ton' at me because It",h BBC? Emsactt Street
+ '- In such a miserable condition. I want )

:1' r ; U x"f'mnehir'; ', '$11.55 U.85 $21.05 $11..00 '. $2.15 '1.15. everyone to 'speed up' from now till ,
'. 4 .c 30'z 34 Clincher 20.80 15.00 27.75 I get lack nand then I'll do all I tan
22.00 $32.60 $1580; $34.25 $27.50. 3.25 2.55 I to. help along the work. Kisslmmee

A 1\;\= ff 32x3& 8; S.J 'r': 26.30 21.00 .3169 26.00 39.20 32.90 41.15 3640 3.60 2.90 is' so elegantly located 'fora large .

_ Y ::31.:1;: : 41 B.,8.j i t,1u84.9ti:1 26.90 42.00 34.40 49.80 41.85, 52.30 46Jq;: 4.55 3.55: slowness city that"upon J hate:'the to part see of any any delay of; its or CITYMEATJARKET J

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jj1. ; ,'34X418.;,& t. 49.86 38.35 69.10 49.65 62.05 54.90 6.00 4.15 resident.-
_
?fit t.\, 35z6: : 828.' 61.15' 41.05' '-=' 73.65 61.90, .17.35 6&45'. 7.25 5.85 An attack of heartburn or Indigestion '

4j a';, f. ," ?,. 0 : .. P/w ....r ,... 0I1ur f /ales!',. #ii..rNn. . :. relieves caUS'for the distress a dose of Instantly Herbine., and It < 1

: Fresh Meat :
"" .'.. ' forces the fermented food into the and '

4 -5. These J Prices Apply. to Our Regular and Complete Lints. bowel 60c. Sold, You by feel J.Z.; 'better Roberson.at once. Price*. ,' VegetablesPhone , ;)

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4 *i 7Price.unsupported by ,Talue advantage ; !).' That a communistic government 44 '
neveris
but man .
an, to any. the who sell ( 'similar to that which many radicalsare : ;

& y {:,:,I 1: / tb. :make. a quick" 'lolean.up"'and. quit. . ,.- ik.fi/ .\\jf---1., ; ; tiI4 advocating at the present tim: I:'
,
r.--- : was, formed by the early settlers of: ". '
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t : .:reputable: unexcelled mileage tire;made by a company that can and/Will./ de1vee4, : li',: ,\ i: 'i ) trous Virginia failure, and that. 'r'.1IyouglS it 'proved. a disas ohn.to : ".1\\ a 11"/-\1.! P, O ;;!; -1 11

+ 4 ,...J....''l.and. tti.ejsji/I.>.oreh fk *k: ,,,7 ou,.ppy. :"lor irthe duly 'oneyou, can.afford to buy,. . -: };l J if 1 Aar . .; : M c1Aaa'. ,New .CoiudfDouglas' I "ATTORNnS.AT..YAr JOHNSTotf&.GARUn": : i"7 N '" iS 1

..'In::u-... ...<.Hd'f, ? r t Offices 10 '
{ i """" .IIQ J tt,, v <. .j"w'j : A t... ', M.e1..ean"new Paramount i 11 and 12.; Qscola Bead $
,J. 4' .. ...<* r"jl-'r-, > a. *. BaIld .J WHA +
.. "' t IVVt t -4 ::0 l 3raiw.* < eotnedy, "Chickens which cornea to 0 .; c, '
; 'fll' "f/oBi,,: / 'ts..,SO'djo' [" ':by rDeaterSv&$ ,' f I ..... ; F''T .... the i Casino,Monday, deals;' with the ''XI. [ IIIw.PLOJUJA: .. +.1"' ;
n. r.rrfr :," ,
w w.. ." : %%! ,. !. Tt.rif'-.jvvi; :: + < .V'! av"-t ... . F1! ) : r v.-. trW of a',chicken .raiser. It is said ; A;' ,
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I'r 'LEGAL ADV TISEl\1EmS; II H UtF FROM, ST.;:CLOUDMr. 1 . .. .



.. '.... Calm _.*.lTk- CaIF' J.... I district ana for determining the Hum- and ;Mrs.. John H. Ward lefton '
i .f OsessmC. y', State" ef PlerMaMOT1CK : her of mills oC school tax to be levied Monday to spend the summer at These. Better' Tires Are ;

T rN' RE EBTATEOP 'I rd twooolhoted" fears.' annually for,[the, .ensu- Kokoma, Indiana. .

CHARLES AVERIDT1'' CARSON. '. J The following-named persons are Dr. Si MI Smith, who has.been
PECIDAIiU' TO ca6DIToRr.TO 1 appointed to act at. said election. Spending the winter here left on : :
.
Inspectors and e for his Illinois home i
H. B Havens, C.rtt'Ht'&th. and 3. A. Monday .NowLowerFnced :
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS Minnick inspectors *nd'H*"" ,W. G. King Mrs. Dorothy Jaquea / fy
.
AND AGAINST- THE EiI- cook. cl..k.
and Mrs. Helen Roby left on Thursday
TATS OF CHARLES AVERKTT CAR DOlI. *>y order'of the'Board o{''Pub. Boston. . v ;
to visit friends in .
SON.' DECEASED LATH OF KIS8IM- lie Instruction In and for the County .
MEd OSCBOLA COUNTY FLORIDA otO.ceola.. Stela of FlorI" this lei Mr, and Mrs Cook Newcomers \\1.

A.WHBRBA8.D. lUll! C."on'A, the Canon IItlt.Jr.day.. of..Ex.1 Nay.-. day of ,MaYA,,, .: Iq 1111. y' have purchased property at the corner 4 b ''Tw6rlrQportant6actori underlie the remarkable ;t+t

J 1 cutor of the Estate pf Charles Aver- Attests'., ,W" J.BA88 fhatrmao.. of Carolina'' and Seventeenth., and ..' valocB now offered In Goodyear Tires
ett Carson deceased, filed before m written suggestion on, O.thto..tb.- County Superintendent and Secretary ,Richard Brisco, is bnildtnga new o ,'and Tubes.' 'One it'tfaa cttmtty farivtovcmenb V

,,".;,.i er he ,'with believed theAre'the ulred estate schedules.,.eemmltted that to oil, ,the peard.' .',".of PubRo. Instru11cttoni residence on,V Carolina avenue, .south. made in them during'the iat few :tooerthij ti

hI. charge .to- .be Indebted to an amount A; R. Bass and son, -Don I Bass, ,t ...
.
greater than the -value thereof and 10 CI.r4lultoourt.'or oe' Seventeenth Mn."Gertie." Sellers ,and Miss ,Edith } 'the,' ddier' ; "-: 'is the. price: reaucdons we. have. n '..* "
..
Jp that tdVestat.' Judlallal '
was Insolvent: Circuit 0
of the Btate of Florida of"Kenaunllle 5 a a
.THEREFORE you and each of" you. In and ton 0.o801a'ounty.- In Bass, "> ; were shoppingIn just put Into effect., t. rV It
are herebynotified Saint Cloud on' Wednesday:
'andrequired to Chancery. Henrietta 8....- a widow
appear and file before. me before the and Hudson: Bass unmarried, complainants Mr. and. Mrs. Clarence Hall and '
let day of 'ItSl. duly vs. Robert M. Evans, et .1, children .who .have : 'A conspicuous; xampte"of\ibe"v8lUea':'now ,
t authenticated, ahy'clalmi and demands respondents. Bill to Quiet Title Order been'.pendinl" 1 ptype
which you or either of :}'oumay for I'nbllcatlon. The Stale of the winter here, have returned to to be had in Goodyear'Tires is our clincher( .;, ?
have. against, the said estate: Florida. totRobert their1 Georgia home. : !'
DATED *f Kt.uI_mee. Florida, this M. Evans Minnie Elise Mrs Etta Peters who has been 3Cha ::tlLtL:2"C IU Tire., This ",-,'"
ISth day of May A. n. im. Brooklns. Minnie E. Torrey and Joseph 1 "
T.-L. COMER O. Torrey, her husband) You and each guest for a short time of M.... C. 'R. first'.q aI1tvproauctof'.t1 e most durable ;I : "
Ai Judge of the County or you are hereby commanded. to ap Cranfetbn and daughter, Ella, has left = #
Judge's 'Court. Osoeola pear.in the above entitled cause on for Island New York. and efficient tireV'aye Vverbu C-T call be . 4 r
-. County, Florida. \ tllty the 4th day of July, A. D. 1111; and to Long '
All persons-claiming *n' Interest In I At the 'meeting .f the .Rebekah bought today from"GboService, . Station V I ,
NOTICE or FINAL: DISCHARGE the Southwest-quarter of the Northeast I lodge Monday' evening Dr. and Mrs l
quarter and the West half of the 1 Dealers for only''
*:. the. .."*' *< c;;atr J..g.. State Southeast, quarteof In D. O. Dodge were' taken in as new .
ef JI'; ."... Oeccela Cewmty.; Township 10 South, Range 18 nlD.t of members,-and following, the business
Tallahassee. meridian In OncoolaCoun- session, asocial hour was enjoyed! .
In the Estate!: of Fred Adamson. tr, : under M. Evans.J. $24 SO. < ;
I... ., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all W. r-and r.tp. Collier, his I whendainty refreshments were servedi
whom It may concern that on the lit wl'SJSI / JIICks.Mliiul.- Ellis: BrookIhWMlmJs - -SeyerarautomobUesloadedwithI V V .
y" e<""mT1''l'1""I:1.-U1I. ;'" I: shall apply -K.- Torrey and Joseph d. I from Kissimmee participated THB <.3oor>YEA R.'DRE' &. IIBBI'i CoMPANY z" ""'"
.-. th. Hononable Tu Comer Judge Torrey. her husband Raymond V. La.nl.r. VV ,
v''tit' said-Court, as Judge of Probate, a bachelor LuddenCampbellRmlth . in the festivities of the evening, Office Ttrotigkcmt the WorldPsbeMa "
y for mr final' discharge 'as Executrixof Company a corporation; and W; > ",
the estate of Fred B. Maklnson Company, of Kissimmee. '' 4I Kd
Adamson deceased Rub-My-TUn is a powerful anti- W'"t6. = V157!
and that at the same time I Florida, a Florida corporation successor Trued .172 ... --
will present my final accounts as Executrix to W. B. Maklnson Company. a septic. Cares infected cuts old ,:

,approval.' of said estate and ask for their If Florida.any of corporation the same .De or deceased any of.or them.de sense tetter, eat: ."Od...........=.T-WT-.31J w.11j11s: :1.rTli... .115"."-' ,

Dated May 11, A. D. 19J1. funct, or otherwise claiming an Interest ,
ZOA ADAMSON. therein: You are hereby commanded The classified' columns of The Gazette . ...... '
tt-tt to appear In the above entitled
xecutrlx.NorIoE .
$
.
cause on the lit day of August A. D. give splendid service for small a ... ,
OP MASTER'S GALE! 1191' matters. No doubt you have something ,i
WITNESS the Honorable C. O. Andrews ,
to sell that someone else wants. ': .1
Notice Is hereby given that under as Judge of the above court C
and by virtue of a Final Decree of and rl.r'O; : clerk thereof, and the .'
seal t at Kissimmee.
foreelosurs Issued out of and under Osce
ty Judge In and for Osceola County.
the seal of the Circuit Court of the ola County Florida, on this the list .
Slate of FlorIda. at hi.office In KIsslmmee. .
day of April. A. D./1911. \
Seventh Judicial Circuit
(now the
lei said county for an order t
J. U '
Seventeenth Circuit) of the State of OVER3TREET.
authorizing me, as Guardian Ada
Florida. In and for Osceola County, (Circuit Court Seal) .f.fJ 1
Hebb. Frank Hebb, Basel Hebb :
Clerk
Circuit Court. Osceolaz.
_
Chancery BittingIn certaincause
.
Hebb and Grace Mebb the minor
therein pendingwherein; the County. Florida Hebb to sell GOODft.EAJV. .
heirs of Grace deceased
.
BASS '
City of Kissimmee. FTorlda7 Municipal ,1'
a
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at private sale the following real estate .
Is Counsel for Complainant. K-Ilt
Corporation. Complainant andIn ,
.
I estate of said
.*>>.A. Lancaster I. Respondent, the un- minors, ::: ntJr Osceola County, y
NOTICE OF
< ..I..ned.. Special) Master In Chancery SHERIFF'S SALE! Florida, to-wlt: :
will sell at public outcry duning .x.cu- Lots 1 and I, of Block Q. of Robert
Under and by virtue of an
,
the liralhoure. of sale before the In
Bass' Addition to the Town of KI.-
tion Issued out of and under the seal
Court House door In the City of KIs-
slmmee, Osceola! count!. Florida.
slmmee. In said Osceola County, on of the Circuit Court of Osceola. Coun.
State of Florida under date of Said minors have an undivided one- I
Monday the
14th. Ml wherein George W.
ItZl, the following I .
nrg'o: Mann Is plaintiff and E. I* Lesley, A., Such application to be bused upon petition .
uate, lylficr and '
ty and State of Florida: F. Bass and Rull Bass are defendants, .now on tile In the office of said CLOSING EXERCISESOF ,I .OOOOO.O. OO .O." O..t..t { a
Lot. C 15 .of the I have levied upon and will offer forsale ... '
and I of Block
'
This 15th day of May 1M1.LBON KISSIMMEE HIGH '1 ;::
and sell to the highest and best -- .
South Florida Railways Company'sSurvey .
HKBB. Guardian.LENARD ..
bidder for cash, at the. front door of
of the towo-'Of Kissimmee
City. O. BOTNTON.Attorney PROVE INTERESTINGContinued .
"r Terms of sale Cash. the Court House at Kissimmee, Osoe .
for Petitioner. 14-4t
ola County Florida on the first Monday
DatedKlsstrnmee Florida, this 6th
day of May of May, l tl. the same being the -- ( from Pace One) ,j. .

JT-tt Special 1921.PAT Master- In OHNSTON.Chancery. salve tnd day d fOlod of ..saidmonth A.between M. and the and--s-legal two hours o'clockP. ofeleven I credits eight o'clock have been next given Friday for evening music -- No ice to1ax.p: y s' J / ..

M. of said day the following described athletics literary society
NOTICE OP RKHiaiVATIOK' OP EX. expression, ...
real estate situated' In said '
.
ECUTOR.tm and debatingclub work library work,
Osceola County, Florida, as the prop '
'1'.. Cart ef Tke C...ty Jmmfv, ef city of the defendant Rull Bass, to work on school paper cadet drill Notice Is. ber bY"RI" elt.'thbt'ftt.ft" :
Osrels C.I,.. JI'J."**. satisfy said execution and costs, toLots orchestra work .domestic science, r
'
t! Lot 4, I 1.n'cth East of Block half OneL(1)I.; Land r and extra subjects, but these are not Speclal'Calleii'meotltyg' l of th 'Clty .
Re: Estate of Charles Averett Carson -
l fin Deceased: L. '1. I, I, 6, .. T. 8. I. 10. 11. 18. 11, counted as a portion of the sixteen '
-. Notice Is hereby. given to all whom 14, II and It of Block.1:01Ia( )ft: Lots units required for graduation. 'The Council on May .2, .92 j" ,a Rosolia'.a. '
1. 1. *, 4, 6 e 7. S, 9 11, .
that
the 4th
at may concern on dayTot II. 16. { list of honorary credits are as below:
ti.
14, Is. *. !o, It 18. 24. IS
A. D. I Intend to file
June till. an
II l'i:; Three. Lots credit' meaninggraduation Non passed laathorizing the ;
application before the Honorable T. sod of Block ( ): 1, one extra was .
9. 10; 11. It. II. 14. 11 and IS of Block with distinction o .
JL. Comer Judge of said 1 Court and with merit; two ;

tor.tender of the my resignation Estals of Charles as the AverettCarson Kxecu- Five Block UJ.-; (of Tf Block All o'lxBIJ All Eightl)1 of Ship and 'Sail under and thr or mono with honor: City Clerk t'o allow the edeuiptlo ii . )

( All of Block Nine (t) and all of EmorjfAkerman 1; Dorothy Den I

,and Deceased acceptance and ask of my for' said the-re.gnatlon. approval .- Block'Belt Sales Ten (10)( com of.n"the''..,Florida Subdivision Fruit the Stars and Stripcs'toall ning:.. 2.8; John Graham; .25J Leah of dollnquent CltyaTaats i :: t ap 10, and .V


This the. Id day C.. A.of CARBON.M.y.A. .T JR.Executor.). .till.. Official "f.la'r'f 11)arJ'dl.nU\dtl.t:: parts of the world Jo Hertberar.Makmson 1;, Elizabeth 2.5; Maggie Ledbetter Mae ,Mc-); Including J the; 'yea 41919, ,on pay- .

,114 t.' as recorded among the Public Rec'ordsf with the Stars Cranie, 1.25; Fercie Oliver 2,' Murray .
i. Osceola County Florida In Plat SHIPS : went of tbe' jjrli1'1 ip amount "of qtaxes''utipaide
Book No. 1, pages !15 and 6also; the Stripes blowing Overstreet 5.3-8; Lois Over- ,, (
NOTICE TO CREDITORSJl South half of the Northeast quarter) street 2 5-8; Lawrence Parker 1; 1V
the North half of Southeast from their masts .,are once plus p t ensue='
I. C..rt .1 Tb.C...tyJ.dg.. Osee.laC..ty ; the Northeast the quarter of quarter the Helen Reed 1.75; Dorothy'. Wells, > :' F,4,

sat. .f El.rtda ::1 and the South half .more sailing the seven seas. .. 2.25.. ' Cdrtlf "
of :: -u3.u..tterq: of the Northwest by the Men-. for this graduation and cost of, cancellatlonf ,
In re Estate of Jrnnle .4. Case.IVTo They are., ,. The program: ;. '
off Section" Nineteen (I*),
quarter \
, "
.
all Creditors, Legatees Distributees 1920 will be follows
'chant Marine Act: as ; \
II South , I
Twenty-dye ) '
Township (
having Cl1tos. .. I "
and all Persons Claimsor .,** 1" I,. .J. ::: .
East Also NE
Range
Thirty 10)- (
said Estate ; ultimately to School Orchestra f 1 (
Demands airalnst : c MLargo".HJgh +
NEU '
of NWU and NWU of and fractional
You. and each of you are hereby NBU of NKU of Seo, 18. Twp. be -owned and opefated Grand March....-Margaret .Branson + : 1 Th1s dppiies: to pameetsmade v, J
to V
>clams and -required which present'. any 15. Range. 10; 8BU of NWti and fractional citizens of.the Invocation.4.r-Rev. R. F. HodnettSong"Greeting" '
demands or
and you .BW U of NEK of Sec., 14, Twp. privately .
have against theestate i__ Senior Class betort 1.1921.' -
of :
either may July !
you. R: 10. 'Unite i States. ? { ,6"_ .
of Jennie A. Case, deceased; . ; '
Ifhle the 1st day of April. 111. AddreM_____.Dr.-Joseph R. Roemer
late of Osceola County, Florida, to. theundersigned' L, R. FARMER, American ships V J. Re >
Case, Executor They are Solo-"Eo eHm Lola Overstreet GILBERT
Raymond
,
Sheriff of Osceola County, Florida.The ]'I Medals : ., .
of said estate, within two years from. 11.1. carrying passengers and as Delivery of '
the date hereof. J'etals Clerk. '
Itll. President Harding has said Overture-"Si RoL" City ,
Dated
i JanusATMOND sale In the above-stated case Is Presentation of Diplomas r
CASH.SOft .
.. carrying our cargoes -
hereby continued and the said
property t Yowell .
Executor. C. E.
Is advertised to be sold on the in American bottoms. County Superintendent ,,
sale day In June. 1S11. between the Our Students"------_ ; h
NOTICE TO CREDITORS hours of eleven o'clock a .... and two .to the marts of the world. __..___.._high School Orchestra .
; ; ....... Oseela : o'clock Pv m. of said day. the same ships "
I. Ceart ef the Cmmmtr being the 4th day of June, next. Keep our splendid
..
11 o."t> State ef FI.rM I This the ISth day of April. 1111. Under l' ,
J on the seven seas There may still be found at the .
In re Estate of Charles W. Ward, Sheriff L. R. of FARMER Osceola the Stars and Stripes by office of Tho Gazette a few more t

To tees all and Creditors all Persons, Legatees having Distribu Claimsor I I County, Florida. sailing and shipping on bundles of old papers for which thereis quiet of voice; fastidious (in dress; }

Demands against said Estate: them. usually such a demand. Theseare addicted to such affections 'u monocle KIMIMMEE4 ]j
and each of you are hereby I NOTICH OP ELECTION' tied for holden. DISTANCES FROM
You ) . neatly UD ready delivery. perfume-and cigaret' .
notified and and demands required which to present you.anyClaims ort I Notice Is hereby-given that an election Fre ; use of The supply is IImlte4 J and those in But something happens in. his life Going North by" Auto ."

Wither of yon, may have against the I will be held In Special Tax School need are advised to call early for and he gets back to America A girlis -' Mile*
films T4II-
state of Charles w. Ward deceased District No.5. otherwise known as Shipping'Board them. 20-tlx: the cause ap.d for hel''-lie tries to Orlando < 18 q
late of Osoeola County, Florida' to theundersigned the Union Center School District on To Whiter- park--, "'28 .1
executors of said estate, Saturday, June 15, A. D. 1011. for thepurpose Use of Shipping Board crack the shell of his English extern Sanford ; 4r
within two years from the date hereof. .- determining" who shall motion four DOUG FAIRBANKS COMESIN ior. He is not much of a success at To *=. +rte-a.... 42.: .
serve as school trustees of said district picture nuns, the start for he had been too thor To DeLand ._........_.:..._.. 112 ''''
Dated April II, A. D. Uti.O. for the two years next after theelection reels free on request of "THE MOLLYCODDLE"In saddled with environment. To Daytona' ___..:?.;._._.. 86, '
WAYNE WARD. and for the further purposeof oughly '
R. B. FLETCHER. determining the number of mills of any mayor pastor postmaster Conditions were different then, To Saint An rustlne .M_.... 169, +

l$-'t Vxeontors of laid Estate. district school tax to be, levied and or organization.SHIPS "The Mollycoddle." which comesto Many obstacles crossed his path and To Jacksonville .__._...._- 200
.
year annually for the said two the CAsine tomorrow em. To Mount\ Dora.__::._______ .46 :rt s
Douglas he called numerous
on
was upon
.. IfOTICB OP ELECTIONNotice Y"e FOR SALE ToEustis -_.;;- _.__,_.,...;: 52
following persons are' appointedas (Ts Amrtosn cUlttnt easy Fairbanks, as Richard Marshall the ergencies. Then his ancestry took d
/.:. Is her.-given that an election Inspectors and I clerk of said election Steel scanners both oil and east Fifth, is an offspring of many generations hold. He forged to the front and To Ocala _?____,, 107, ,l
will be held 'within the following burner*. Al.o wood stcsaMrswood To Gainesvilled......._-w.. ,162
grandfather
of fearless His
fighters. ancestors scouted his plainsman .
described territory, to-wit: J. H. Smith O. F. Austin and Fred hulls and ooesn-eotas lusa. as fa.
Beginning st the Northeast cornier Harvey Inspectors; and Ira H. Weth- Further Information msy M ebtslned fought all ,the 'way throughthe might have scouted; stood up under \
of Township 15 South- Range", erbee, clerk. by reque t. > Revolution all across the plains fire his Revolutionary grandfather DlSTANCE8FROM'KISSIIUlEE, .
: ; as
,
order of the Board of Pub- dlt
IT East then running West along Done by Going South by Auto 1 ,
the Township line to the Northwest lic Instruction In and for the Countyof For sailings: passenger and all down the coast of the western must have; rescued beauty in 1O Mile \ n
corner of Township 15 South. Oscrola. Stare of Floridly, this 23d: country They were not dainty or distresses hls.eavalier father surely Haines >
.. Range IT East: thence South day of May A. D. 11111. and freight ships to all even civilized in their undertakingsand did and fought as all four of his To Cit,. ,____.,,,.; 22 "
line Bouth- W. C. BASS Ch.l..man.Att..t To' Lakeland .______._ 47
along. the Range to the ...parts the.l'orMandall it mattered little Just how they would have if rolled .. ,
..".f' oorner-ot Township 15 South. : grandfathers To Tampa :1...__.. __. 79 r'
IT East thence Hast along C. E. TO WELL, other information writeto gained it ? ?
Range : a- point, just so long as was into one.
To Clearwater ..__. .. '..lll'To
,
the Township line to the Southeast County Superintendent and Secretary gained ? :;
corner of Township IS South of the' Board of Public In- quickly. ampoor bed Saint Petersburg.-__.'''288

Range! 17 'Rait; thence Nortn along struction. 14-5t In the title role Fairbanks Is, When your breath appetite To Bartow __.__.___....__. 46 ,
the Range line to the place of be. U. S. (Shipping Board transplanted in England at an early and feel "blue" and discouraged To Arcadia .__ '
ginning Netlre ef Apslleallea for Leave t* Sell you __......_._:._ t1
on the 4tl of rune A. D. "1111. for the Itl..... ...... WASHINGTON, t>. C. age. H* arrives at his youth throughthe ,.you need Heroine. One or To Fort Myers. __.__.._.. 160
purpose of determining. whether....or dl so-called hot house civilization\ two doses will start you right. It is To Palm Beach vii Daytona. 286 qi

not said be a special above-described tax school t.rrlto..yallan 17th Nonce day Is of hereby June. A.given D. that 1011 on f will the e. with the,. result; that his early man- seat system purifier. Price 60c.: To Miami ______ _.....;_..'856 I
'who shall be the trustees. for dl.t..I"ti tale=; apply to Honorable T. L. Comer, Coun- hood ,.found him gentle in manner; I Sold by J. Z. Roberson. ee , 'j

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FORMERLYKissimmee , .
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: All matters Intended for this department
ehould Im handed In a. early
r '. Grocery: ... possible. Advance, notices of com'
hit events must b. authentic. Call
J J T. s -r. : Phone -litand ask f orSociety.."
Forme_ cloTTi promptly at ,tea o'clockeach J RINTINGMERCIAL.]
Friday mornlns iN
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f f: NO.vV' CALLED' : .: FOR.GOES THE TO CONNECTICUT SUMMERMrs. .. .

'' L. E.:-Uv nnore. mother'of
AGS. "... Mrs. E.. G,. VamTAgmew. left Kis-

.... '. '. ., .. 'r'' r. .,: home simmee in on Lebanon Monday, Connecticut for' her former where C,OMMER C L., BOOK Afr&POSTER .

she will, visit relatives through the


ECONOHYDFQOD STORES WILL summer.LEAVE.._TODAY HERE-it" no'other investment that bring fitch sure" and cos's.. .r .. t

FOR KEARNEY NEBRASKA ,r slant, profit a* printed salesmanship. a* we do it., There-J
Mrs.'S. W.-Tbornton. of 114 Verona .
,27 MAIN 'ST. II .BROADWAY |II| '424 MABBETTE ST.,. street expects to leave',this afternoon 'no.other, method of getting business *o inexpentively. While \;: "

,... ,. to spend the summer with you are thin/ting of a plan of campaign you may be in need of Bill- .e .

: !: 'Large AGS"' Milk. _____:_::___::_.---.-,-", cam 40c : friends Nebraska.and It relatives possible in from Kearney that, ..headsStatem.hta; Letterhead, Envelope, Looteleaf Devices} Re45 '

:Urge Hebe' ? 1k-4 cam 45e point she' may make .a trip .through ,ceipt Book or Label Now i*

t'' ; ;,AGS Corn ''Flake ..._......-package 12e :I t to the coast. ,I the time to follow in the.footstep* THEKissimmee : '

h :National Oat __.-1-,-4 package ,45ePillibury :, WILL VISIT BROTHER of'that .army,.of *ucceful mr- Gazette. .
LIVING IN OKLAHOMA Valley
I" , Bran _____J:________________-_____=_package 18c loll" Frances Nceper, of 405 Clay O chant who'-'are, in making fortune '

i " Macaroni 3 packages 25c street, left yesterday to .visit her,
r.. : or Spaghetti ) *for themelvef building up HOME OF GOOD PRINTING) :z
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ti brqther, E. C. Seeker of Carter, .
,Fancy Rice ,.ll.2 ..----7"----------'l .c:fc__10 pounds 45c Oklahoma. Mrs. Neeper expects to' the great Industries *o rapidly. ,

4 F i :.:'.'(.Granulated.. Sugar, -...________._____._..._____--_____-_..;__pound.--. -,8e I j I next retorn spend season.several here to months occupy there her ,home:and. will the O i Let u* do youprinting.? -:. :il. PMONt.It' Kit...':.....,. RLORIDA t)

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WINNER OF GOLD MEDAL M S
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WELL-KNOWN KISSIMMEEMrs.

. i' '1 1. CII: 6S CocoaTPoiiidA6SCoftea, ALUMINUM WARE: 9 Pieces (for I I at. Frank the home J. Van of her Duzer relatives has arrived in- L 7YQ :0 .O O O:
,\ ._' .. | 45c Vandalia Missouri, and almost her 5 -.. .
; 25 Trade Marks and 12,59 Cash
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first event"
"society was attending
.. the oratorical contest among five write; ou-; own gospel and preach' our duct his law business in addition to ability is well attested by those. who
-- competitors supposed ''to' be the bent I own funeral sermon while we live his bank duties. have come in contact with him.R. .

', White Side Meat __:-_________________.-_---.:._----pound 17c in that .district. The Coonti gold and I am sure that everyone who Much hasappeared in the columns E. Grabel, vice-president, is not! +. w

i Fancy: Smoked Bacon __ ___.-____'-,+____!___.._...pound 29c medal was "awaYded to Mills Frances knew Mrs. Pfann will say the ser- of The Gazette regarding the president a banker. lie is a hotel-man-an-: '
?
I Van Duzer;,a granddaughter of Mrs. j mon she lived will .bring a sense ofPleasure of the bank U. G. Staton. He seems to have accumulated a suM't''t
1'' k ; Tall Pink Salmon ________________________________.._can: 14c Van Duur.KISSIMMEE. with memories of' the past. has been long connected with the ciency of cash to enter the banking

"Best Red Salmon ____1_________________u__________-,can. 37e my sympathy to the family,, banking*" bu.iMahas "grown) up' business, as a side line. He operates r
: BRIDEGOES and will always remember my short with it, so to speak. For a num- the Hotel Empire at Orlando, as
Compound Lard ___ und'1112c TO AUBURNDALE with her kind and ber of he has been coming to well the Monterey at Mount Arry C''
acquaintance as
; -------------------------- a years as

:1' Pound Shortening .:.____._______.._-_._________pail $1.15 Henry Lanier, of Auburndale. and loving mother, wife and. neighbor." Florida and has made his head Georgia-at which latter place r
Miss Martha Acree, daughter of quarters at Orlando. He organizedU. known as "the highest spot between
.. Best Creamery Butter ,..______,.----------.-------- pound 45c Honorable C,. S. Acree; of Kissim GIVING JUNE DANCE New Orleans and New York" he has 4j*> ,

"Nut Oleo ___..A.__.__________________i____________pound" 29c mee, were married on Wednesday by I AT Invitations THE CLUB HOUSE to be sent out ., G. STATON a magnificent hotel. Before enterlrsv
Miss Kathleen Bearden, deputy county are soon the hotel busines he was assistant },
t :, National Biscuit Crackers ___--.________ __ ____package: 8c: deck: at her office in the court- I by the directory of the Kissimmee manager of the industrial l and development -
house. This rounds UD the tenth Golf Club urging attendance at the department of the Southern + i
i A wedding Miss Bearden has solomniz- dance to be given at the club house railway, but resigned his post to en- t,
INSIST ON. G S QUALITY FOODS
the of Wednesday June
on evening
ed since the new year opened. ter war work Mr. Grabel has also
1. Several hundred invitations have (
r r 4 v been for some years connected with
i
+ ALLIGATOR LAKE SCENEOF been issued, and it will be necessary chautauqua lecture and lyceum work, ;'
n' MANY GIRL CAMPERS that the card shall be presented at lecturing over large circuits-and i.I is r'--
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.. --- , . .. - There was a crowdof girts from the door to insure, admission. Bart a man carrying the ability to imA +
+
Kissimmee camping: at Alligator Bryan, president of the club, feels I I' people with his business abili-
lake last Saturday and Sunday, anda certain that the affair will be most i press l

jolly time is reported. In the meritorious and delightful and theentire Ity.R.. C. Woodbery, also vice-presi f
h crowd were Gladys Griffin Lillian directory is doing its utmost I dent is said to be in control of the
Attention! Ford Ownersl'We Harris, Margaret Kenton, Jo Makinson to make this gathering one that will largest grocery, business between
II Maggie! Mae McCranie Percie will be long remembered. The golf Jacksonville and Tampa-a concern '
I Oliver, Elizabeth Parker, Lauretta 'club is one that should have on its reputed to have done threequartersof I
r Snodgrass, Dorothy Wells, and Leola) roster hundreds of names of men and I
k'of Genuine Ford Part All kinds a million dollars' worth <6f bud ;t
A carry a. complete.to of the fond the and the + "
Wilcox. In of
charge party were women sport-- ness last pear-add increasing that\,, :
Mrs. J. J. McCranie, Mrs. J. Z. Rob- idea is to have a large summer at- t4 I
1 this He is wellt t-
of Accessories,, Supplies Oil. Genuine, Paints etc.. for your Ford car. and Mrs. M. O. Wells. tendance file links. '' amount year. a man
ergon, upon known in business circles In Florida,.

c OUR PRICES ,ARE'RlCI Ti' -, WILL SPEND SUMMER GROWER FEELS LOSS F < and President Staton in .considers* ,- f'I
.wasindeed fortunate securing
IN NORTH CAROLINAMrs. ROAD
M. -A. Clark and'mother, Mrs AS LONG-USED the bank a man of his character.
y SATISFACTORY SERVICE GUARANTEED
: G. O. Roberds, will leave for the IS CLOSED TO CARS J Fred 8. Gilbert, who makes the ;
North Carolina next fifth member of the board of directors '
mountains of \
(Continued from; Face One) is so well known In Kieslrpmeeand '
Miss Sarah Clark who is
: : .I I. P. TIMMONS attending Monday. Wesleyan Female College, relocate his mailbox if the present Q sceola county that nothing.Jf) '
fl. will Join them I at Macori Mrs. condition continues. It is rumoredthat need be added regarding him. ,w..! t
Clark'II son, Holland R. Clark, wife Newlon has filled the ruts In a ,r W. L. Jackson, cashier comes from ; : : AUTJiORIZED'DEALER and son, and Miss Parah Clark of portion of this once much-used road PRESIDENT the North,.G Oreia Trust and Bank: 'y.
Cad 307- ,BRO.\DWAY. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA them about the middle of June.and I to quickly ruin automobile Kissimmeethe where he held thej>o ition of vice- .4d
.-. ..; all will spend the summer togetherat I tires-but there has been 'no corro- president; and letters he brought 1h
4 .
.. ,.f' ;: It ,is National '
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of this
borative evidence : yet Peoples Bank at Hen- concerning his sobriety, uprightness,A;
resorts.aroundAsheville
P, .' .... : : ', .!.!.!....t. ..... ... .... ..o...... ...q.o*toooo.1 -.0i one of. .the:-famous; : (! . I an undisputed fact that he has placed dersonville, and also organized the land business ability, signed by the, f;> *

., ",.,.1 >' _. obstructions at' several points to Bank of Orange at Orlando; and is!I president of the company from which "
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,; i y',. ; .f\ .. -- -- - --;--- KISSIMMEE GIRL ;' prevent the use of that portion of known as a man carrying many I he separated were of a high order ,,I'I
"'" .MARRIED AT ORLANDO'. -<\" '" < the road running'through. his property heavy investment. in Orange.and He is filling the post in a most eatiTfactory
': <:'!'" : Arthur W. Gore;. of Orlando;. and I- c' Palm ...Beach c counties. Mr. Stator I manner. ;,
/ ? 1NS RAN C..E [ Miss Ila A. Fansler daughter of As to the outcom'of this alleged would not enter Into affiliation with "We are highly gratified with the '

x : _Mr.,and, M> ,. simmee were married in oLKiS"1 been declared. Newlon has committed Bank of this city until he had gaineda lip," said Mr. Lanier. "We realise
1 t.c.., THAT'SATISFIES the home of the parents of the an act that was advised against controlling interest and until he I there have been and probably will be i
1 ....... .r. ''groom, Mr and Mrs E. H. Gore, on by the county attorney and was not had purchased the building in which I until be have shown our ability and .
: .., RELIABLE COMPANIES Anderson street! ; on Friday evening endorsed by the commissioner and the institution is located; and he contemplates stability some obstacles; but we ate
S May 20 Rev. J.. D. AdcocJi; officiat there is bound to be a great financial he declares, numerous Investments sure these will be overcome as time
k ? ,;1 PROMPTNESS ing. The ceremony was performed Ions ,resulting. Every day theroad in this city. I passes. This bank has come to Kis ;
.x1 I INSURANCE SERVICE in the presence of'' only the relativesand is denied to the public constitutes a M. S. Lanier, chairman of the financial simmee to add to ,the city's promi-
I, .: close friends. Following a brief separate offense; and every day the board of the new bank, is a nence. We believe there is a field* Wj ,
GIVE US A TRIALUPPER'S I wedding trip Mr. and Mrs Gore will! I, shipment of crops Is delayed brings capitalist of Miami, president of the and we believe most thoroughly in' l
'
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of the
,t occupy apartments at 407 Lake'I'a greater loss to the grower Lanier Company and holding the 4he earning, progress of the city.*'
1' .- '[ street, south, in Orlando. where MK products The property was bought same position in the firm of Lamer &
: r INSURANCE: AGENCY is in business. by Milton W. Eby name months ago, Company. He has also held the post There may still be found at the .. .
but has been In charge of Mr. Stein- of president ef the United States office of) The Gazette a few more ,
A TOUCHING TRIBUTETO bough, who felt that he could makea Timber Corporation which functioned bundles of old for which therei ,
;1 .,.. . ., -.- THE LATE MRS. PFANN of the handling. of the papers
'. -- -'- success .
,;:....' during the days of the war. For is usually such a demand. The.Tr
t! < Nctic... Of CaUtd Meeting moment. A full attendance of the Writes 11 re. F. D. Collier of. Cir- 'place, and he was making good when some ten years he has been engaged are neatly tied up ready-fcJr-a< T veiy.
.. cleville, Ohio, to. her sister, Mrs. S. I this obstruction put ,a stop to ship
I. .. ,0 committee i. -desired.Mm. more or less actively in the banking\ The supply is limited and those in-.-
k .t::.4i.re-will'ii.a special called' session S. B.. AULTMAN, W. Thornton, of Kissimmee: death ments. business,, and his reputation as a need are advised to call early for t'
"'of. the civics department of the v Chairman. "I was 'sorry to- hear of the man of excellence and a financier of. them. 20-tfx:' ,
WATERS "
VALUABLE
"if Mr.. Pfann. She was truly a ..
Kissimmee} Woman's Club at the The most northerly air service in good woman, and a lovely neighbor.I : FOUND IN DRILLED 1' .
v; home ''of ''Mrs.; S. B. Aultman.' 317 the world is- between Porjus, Sweden knb f you will miss her because WELL XT FISH LAKE
fi r4 + Broadway, at' five o'clock: Saturday and Suorvajaure, Finland.: you lov her-but these are things I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS fa .il
afternoon, for the purpose of decld- over wflfc we. have no control and 1----Page One) t
y Ing"" upon matters of considerable Try a classified In The Gazette tf vff muRt bow-vto them. I think we for certain --
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r"r. , -""' .--. .....
t *, ; L ailments, and arrangements are going FOR SALE model three visible as rood as n
UIII' Apply Valley Guett. tf.

13 IIIIiIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I II lllllllllflllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIII{ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInlllllllllllllllll 1 install forward a bottling-plant.to erect bath-hounes The latter and FOR ten SALE pure-One all boar thoroughbred three, SOWN iterk-and FOR BALE For 'Rent. FurnishedItoomi ,

will be tq supply the local demandfor hire, Nick RORero, 24-21 and No'Tre.pa.* Cards 10 +
rare' for house c<-nt each at The Oastt office. *
a water of purity 4trt
DR.. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE M. 1. STOUT = hold purposend there will Boon USED]! CARS llulck For Sedan Sale been or Trade run -about-On.IJO .- i.
FOR SAT.K
4 ;! 1"rul4-1. C..I .r' Vke.Pral..t. be found a large outside demand forth .7000 miles, one 1921 Ford touring: bully l -Two one thoroughbred'1Holsleln seven month old.- '1.
,. -- = water. on* 11 lodge touring: one light the other two yeam Brnns Stock .
- Ford truck; one Ford touring body
:r have been made Farm '
Arrangements Narcooisce Florida.11.I&t
c- now; one 1916 Studebaker: one
'- whereby, for a limited time, Mr. Fos- .Chevrolet; three New Ford touring
dick will give samples of this waterto with. demountable rims; two New .. WANTED. ,
'=== call with a limit to Ford wortn-drtvf trucks Sam O e .
; iff The Bank With The Small Account all who may Hancsdal Klsslmmee. Florida. WANTED--steady work by 17yearold ./
::1) the
at same .,
each of Ave gallons; Franklin Dealer Authorised Ford boy will do anything Invalid
+ = time he will insist that every con t3ale>n/an./ 34-ltx parent. depending on me for support ji
v \ the. . .- Many people hesitate about opening a ,Bank Account because == tainer' brought must,"be perfectly Address Houston Wright.Kleslmmee. y

""lei' \ they have'not much money with which ,to! make the start. They = clean and free from any foreign ..sub FOR BALLIJlIIRI.R MOtlNH' FRAMING HILLS ANDI'HIOATaNU' IM'IISPBCIALTV. Florida. IK-tfX
\ .Abilityand stance. This rule Is made that the nVMT CASH PHICKS.HMALI. WANTED--Painting Inside and odti)
: y' seem to think a small sum u too trival. They overlook the fact that merits of the water may be thoroughly ORRKIIlt FILI.KI PHItMP't- paper hanging, etc Work truAranT }+
I.Y. CHASM a COMPANY. LOtlUH- teed. Frank A. Pierce, R. F.'D.,' r
+ e. the greatest fortunes in the world began with small sums-are cornB tested which cannot be done MAN. FLORIDA. J4-3I """, lakloy UroTe Farm. Klsilmmen, q

W' WillingnwI : posed of .ing.le.dollar:-made up of tingle dollars. This Bank .has :.....: clean unless; and the those containers desirous are of absolutely securing 'FOB SAiilS--Twenty-flve laying hens;. Florida. ll-4tx"" ,

-' T' ,. never put a limit upon,the amount with which,you can open an account the water will 1 readily see the needof all but to tour In a are lump White Apply LeKhnrnsMust at office MISCELLANEOUS. >''f r

; d t p to.Serve. with us. We. welcome the.smajt. thrifty depositor. Some day :=-== obeying tllMe jitlpulatlons. of valley Oasette:, 24-tfc SECOND HAND GOADS bought. .ol4-C7 . 'i'
olnm ofThe Gazette I t-OR SALE-Bnlok little six touring and repaired. Th. Casino.' U-t 'j",
_' .':" ( loch' depositor is BOUND to become: a big depositor. May we -_-- The, small j car. In One condition. Bee C. F 4
for
: give splendid service I Bajl. SaInt Cloud. It-nx WITH OUR DYING PROCESS ..i> 'f
k : .welcome you Wre-never.mind how small an;'amount you may bring) :i i4t matters. No. dq\At'' ye11' have. something yv make new\ .. 'our old faded clothlnm.',, ,.!."
,"D.tj.IjINSUN to...ell that someone else wants. FOR 8ALE>-Oood gentle cow riving 1'''.. The Tailor 117 South Orange .
; Always; remember. life hold*(bo thing_' triv4-Louis';XI.':' ': === 'r9. '{L classified in ,The .Ga. te. .tf 60 milk.| Emmett See Mr street.. ft. M Bucktnaster ltf averrue.Floo'ldL.Po.to file. Box, 101.' OrUn' -TAJi n,. .

S 1 S y : ;' ,, \\j>': A c : : """'1',0 KISSIMMEE BANKINGjNSTITU11ONOPENS.' .*,.- Foft.OAL'/ > -One Vets Kleetrlo. Wall. i r FOR"RENT J" :; i .$:*
,, Plate. Practically new. At a reaI tp"
'f
>V: ;; J1f' D : '. -. ; OFHaALLTUFSDAY; ) ,.; 'v.; I( ,aonabte.tte. prtoei. Apply" "Valley- .'.T.tt.o S. I FOR Harris.RENT Oasette-Famished'ofnee. flat' ,;r.'a,W..U-tl' B... .+y


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I f' 1 of mime.: :There was'a Urge. ; ofstockhoh.rabeth'in'thb , oar Bo"Io.oI. tbe. a" bars FOVND- ; I ,
a. sum o' money In tike eitr.Writ. : :
price. MaldnllODClt"
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'LeWta 'O' *ryant' ai' moved .n."'-.-Apply,i0 .Maln: .tree>>.._._ itl tour ".ar.to14: left .>" show ,.)"
r his'.me 4nte"the rooms;"at-the-rear ::;:::-WhltaL.. ear-on 'ltl.s4..teft: -kn

t theJmilding;;and .wiq'th, ... 'conu -. FOR: .'Blti.. _' OnelBmersoa. Typewriter. , 'J A 4Iq*,o..nt1.ReatF.' .I\ ,; .<..,n". a. .Box4 10 ""T,'';
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