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: June 10, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01015
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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DEMONSTRATOR WILSON THAT PETITIONERS'' 'SEEK ROSEHILL, CEMEtERY'' HIGHWAYS
MISSING LINKIN'"THIS PERFECT
HUGE ASSOCIATION PLANS FOR CAMP BAYS NOW IN 'FINE SHAPE
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L OF CATTLE RAISERS; .Leo for H..the Wilson county, *,' told demonstrationagent the com.nussioners CITY' MADE, DISCOUNTS ON THE'I ' The the'cemetery last'; meeting commute; of the reportedat council FORM INDUP'EMEHTSFOR '

that
at their meeting on Monday the work done on Rosehill cemetery


'HAS-STBONG POWER probably his dub that boys at he Alligator had a three-day'promised lake-some outing-in Julyor of. A',PERFECT. "HIGHWAY, Y 'I DELINQUENT*_ 'TAXES condition.resting-place,had resulted.There Of .the'dead has' in been making in general excellent, that. NEW, SETTLERS. K


,.,Growth of Assedatiosi- 'Has Bees August,bear and the asked expense.that the He commissioners estimated Congratulaiiou Pew U Press AU Tusk., Many Tears Deliaqnent; Work is clean-up being, perfected and 'now there that the will highway be lees Dr. 'Paiffip PaiHip, AoJrestes Ceasistienen ., {

olDe.al-Eaecldi. Committee that there would be in 'the Quarters Regarding The Completion Hard>Hpand: Place CoMdl ImEiBburastUf trouble In reaching the spot. It ia .. OB Sab.ct.f} Read., ,,' 4
*' vicinity of twenty-five lads in the PesftieBs proposed to place cement blocks a. .
Read East
' ef Aa EiceHeat Lake Setneaemt
Meet in Klssunmee .
to party and agreed to keep the ex- -- I markers where surveys have been -

The annual, meeting- of the execu- penses down as low as possible. The -Fjor the past two years there has : Three request for abatement of made as, in many instances, the The matter of the .road''' extension ,
tive committee of the Florida CattleT1' commissioners took the stand that been common the assertion made to delinquent taxes were before-'the city wood posts have rotted away and to the lorallty'of East Lake came before M
.' Raisers! Association will be held in everything possible should be done residents of Kisslmmee: "You complain council on Tuesday evening. These much trouble often ensues. the county commissioners on ." ?
Kisslmmee at the office of the aecre- to aid the, boys who were to help about the condition of the were of long duration, and during the Over half the Japanese- population l Monday for dlacu.lllon-.nd there i f y
r tary, S. Summerlin, on next Monday make a country a success, and agreedto highway between your city and Mel- period since the first delinqueney of the-,state of Washington are wom were several ",speakers urging the. .
; and it- is' expected that the entire the demands of Mr. Wilson. bourne, yet the worst portion of the there have been constantly added en. completion:! of. the highway that has
I members together with the entire route'lies within the corporate penalties. By a special act of the so long been under consideration. t
thirteen ,
}it and who limits of Klssimmee!I" JJnfortunately council It hag been agreed that upon Plans' and specifications have been
l' president vice-president, arenumbers this assertion correct. Unfortunately all delinquent taxes paid prior to the t Joe Johnston d
INDICATIONS was previously prepared y
t f flcio wil be GOOD
, ex > , ( presentlaeimmee
PRINCIPAL.ENGAGED
' tn> ({ at that time. again, there seemed no first of the coming July the twenty- county engineer, and nave been con'
,i<\ The of this association Is way of remedying Jthe evil-until the fivepercent interest charged'shall be sidered by the board., .
'f' something growth which was hardly reckoned FOR RAPID WORK ON present board of the city council hada reduced to''a straight eight percentand TAKE J. H.. mith-told the board that he
In, this the TO CHARGE OF
conceding
"" at the outset When the'associa- commencement-and begin to get point would like to submit a bid as soonas '
1.71 councilhas reached Its limit of power he could do +
.tionwasformed Orlando..Jn..19U1. busy. legally so. He believed ,a
\ _" 'When James M. Johnston was and ,inclinaton. . ...
: there weriF thirty-one members! and CROSS appointed thattheimmed.UtflpreBentwM- .. ;
:
while it contemplated there -STATE ROAD as chairman of highways G.- B. WpodalL statedV.thatthere KISSIMMEE--SCHOOLS thetIme for the work to .be done* y
' "' -' '-s was.''considerable incrjease, in here wasoJiobjcct.fib d in'view waa due -on taxes for his property especially as lumber could be secured : '
; fguulifbe more than anything else., he was for the past years the sum of $103, for at least ten dollars .
1.
TAC roster of membership there was Now Believed That Work Will Soon perthousand '
: who considered for moment going to have' that piece of roadway to which he added a paving lien for D. B. Shaver Has A Record of Fifteen: feet less than It could bare 't
.c'l that no one at this time there a would be Commence en The Midway Oceanto made goo'd--or he was going to resign $80-making total of 183. He would Year in WaucbnU School sad. b been bought for a few months ago,

fl than hundred names 'of Gulf Cross-State Road from the council. Every planof feel satisfied if the sum of $160 Among The Beat in Stat. or, for that matter less than it '
seven
more
I, t dues and perfecting that footage was considered should be accepted in full payment, ,. could be secured for in the future. .' vi'
, men taking affiliating an active, paying interest in ail( the The matter ;;rthe Melbourne- from all angles, -oncl he proceeded as there waa an opportunity for him The county "superintendent' of The lumber question eame' up because

' proceedings of the body!. .Yet such Saint Cloud-Kissimmee cross-state < to get in touch with all sour- todispose of the property to a person schools C. E.. Yowell! has, with thecooperation there was contemplated bridge It
Is racL road was beforethe commissioners ces of information with the result who desired to build on the of the county board, some three hundred feet long to be "
_The a. executive committee which on Monday, and from all its phases that he finally formulated plan of place. The property under consideration closed a contract with' D. B. Shaverto eon.ldered.A shorter structure 1i',:.'

nilr ,mil meet in Kissimmee pn Monday was considered to considerable ex- work which has been successfully was lot 9, block' K, Adder-hold's assume the position of priricipal might be utilised-but it was estimated . 81.
I /J than seven hundred tent.Sam carried out. The roadway now speaks" subdivision. of the 'Kissimmee schools' for the that a long bridge- would- .- - s'('
" i :represents more Brammar, of Saint Cloud E. D. Hogan, who is making his duce the '.1'
of the
. cattle raisers and those control for Itself-and extends invitation coming year, and from the many letters cost road, M there
men
themselves than 250,000(; brought up the subject. He prefacedhis which is most appealing. home at Loughman. told the council of praise regarding him it is a was a heavy fill in some sections of ; +'
'among more
" ; head of stock. The membership is remarks by saying that the pea Through'the aid: of the county and that be had paid the paving lien -on fact most assured that the board ,It. tl'l
added to constantly for it is ple of this county, of Brevard coun- by the efforts of the superintendent his property in this city, but that has made an excellent selection. Dr. Phillip Phillips, who is well-' I,
I, .';' the being desire to .have on the-roster of ty, and of the entire east and west of 'county roads, Gerald Ashton, for nine years the taxes had remained Mr. Shaver is a 'graduate of Bremen known throughout this and adjoining
'y y the association the' of coast, were anxious to have this there has been evolved a roadwaythat unbafd. The sum of $319.23 was college In as well as counties, told the" commissioners \
II t . In the state owning name stock everyntgn in highway crossing the state at the lacks only an oil-surface to ren- now due-bu.i'-be: was not in a position of the normal Kentucky..In the same that theprogress of,that section of
most logical point to be completed. to pay it. He- could make a>- the -., !
) large or small numbers.Notwithstanding der it perfett and especially per. state. He has a B. S. degree, and county "was up to them. The 'f'
Hn added the story of his visit with rangeHnente! to $225 to clear the section
the lowered manent. It will last long enough to pay possesses a state life certificate in was now at a etandetill'notwithstanding
'I cattle in Florida-and the lowered priceof others of the committee to Tallahassee remain in good; condition till the lien on the property if the council Florida. For fifteen years Mr. Shaver Us excellence,' merely %
., which exists the entire and declared that he had every time shall .be reached that the city should decide to allow him that much has held the post of principalof because of the difficulty" in transporting na J
over
price
it United States there has been In- confidence that this road, numbered will be in a position to make a brick reduction; on the debt; it would embarrass schools in Wauchula, where there ,:what may be- prodncd; and t:*
an
" in this state in values for assessment 17 in the state records was the first or wood-tex surface without feeling him to do it, it is true, but. are more than one thousand -pupils sales of tracts were handicapped ber !
t t icrease of about thirty- road upon which the state road department the" cost excessive. In that line it he desired to get square once more.J. with 168 in the high .choolno cause the prospective! buyers hesitate v
. purposes had made any acceptanceand Tucker .A. Lancaster told the council to invest 1.' c"1
' :.4 three percent-4t having been agreed might be- added that the Where the recent graduating class until there positive assurance 1
?I 1 that the general run of stock which upon that ground alone was Brick Company gave the city all the that the taxes, liens and penalties on consisted of twenty-eight pupils. the road will be soon cornpleted.
has heretofore been the there an assurance that the road bricks, without charge, remaining his Broadway property reached a Few principals remain so 'long hone He had recently talked,with ; ;
i J 1 .A r\ I books at six dollars a placed head should on be I would be taken up by the departmentand after the fire which destroyed a large total Of 2695.62, and he was not in city as fifteen years-but the a Philadelphia capitalist, desiring to .
' figured at eight dollars for this' completed. Especially was this portion of the plant, and these were a position to lie that sum at the fact that he was re-elected by the secure his co-operation in some Improvement
;1 This rate has been strenuously I to be believed because of a series of laid as far as the supply lasted. That present; time. would, however, school board there with the hope of schemes by which the
; ; year. I circumstances and interests which ; is $|60 in cash at once, and would of citrus fruit
the who portion of the road will be what pay retaining his services another year, crop would be largely
, opposed by stock-growers I !had since developed, but which were : then make at the rate of
; feel that with the lowered selling- termed everlasting the samples payments or even more than that, would be a augmented-but the Pennsylvanian .I:
t price of the commodity the rate I of a semi-private nature of which used in this city in another portion $COO per year until the entire amountwas plain indication that he hadthe confidence altllouarM}'norably !impressed with 9f
i' I| more would be told at a later date. paid. It was not stated as to ,
should have been at least kept where may be taken as criterion" of the patrons, the pupils; &a possibilities, refused to make any
1: Mr. ,Brammar suggested ways'and', whether the taxes as they became investments until ,1 l
had Councilman Johnston is to be con the teachers, and the public general- there should be a :
' .. |j been. means which seemed to meet the approval -I hill due annually would be paid in addi- road constructed that
r &, Secretary Summerlin, whose of- gratulated upon the outcome of ly. It will be a refreshing innovaJ to area. "Real- ?
. ,: In Kinsimmee' i is always a busy of the commissioners. One of planning-and the thanks of hun tion to the $600 each year, but thatseemed tlon for Kissimmee to have a principal Iy and truly,' -my land Isnt 'worthfifty
..i has been in the cattle business these was to get the promised bunchof I dreds who travel the road each day to "be the understanding.The sufficiently broad no blend all cents an acre until then is some ').li :
t ,.'",' >got r ,himself for yearsfor it thirty convicts immediately, and I and the thousands, who. make a run council discussed these three the peoples with .a confidence that. ray devised by which I can haul*my '1.
.-.' was In 1876 that many he commenced with commence work; make arrangementsfor over the highway each month through applications to a considerable extent. the service rendered will be free of Fruit to Kisslmmee at the rate-of t ;
i few head to see what he. could the issuance of the needed time- the, "season," should be. tendered Mr. The contention was raised that any bias and directed towards the best more than one''load m day. Some .,J
N' learn.a Evidently he has learned warrants and the sale of the same in I Johnstone. reductions. delinquents acted as an of results in each special case. days I can't even haul that much,"
a quantities" sufficient tomeet the pay- Incenthf f others to become delin said tbe- .. -+ .s ,
r the e. or ''From-' the members of the board .pe er' ?? v"
would be
-4... lot position-or he he now not occupies.holding For ten roll; "make- all needed arrangements : MISSING' ARE( '-FUNDS quent. and it was claimed that if all under 'which Mt. Shaver has held his Mr. Phillips, assured the commissioners , r

J ., 1' ears he was' in business in Cuba-; for the completion of the road in I RAISED BY BENEFIT taxes were paid up to the moment position for so long a time come I the matter was not merely a,
,
the refused to take the
case state the city would have sufficient fundsto words of commendation, personal 'question' 'with nlm-although -
vJtnd of that
cattle business
'I l knows the I. work in hand. It was decided that out some of the needed im he receive
Several months'' there was a carry ed. by the declaration .upplement"I would some of the
1 : sland in all its phases. ago
;, y i-' Chairman Overstreet and County Benefit liven at the Casino to raise provements.' IK was also declared loth to let him leave. Benefits. The construction of'a pas-.
Continued Pas' TwoROPER )
( on Attorney Johnston should go before funds with which to improve thegrounds ,that it was not fair and just for of by the' state officials as "amongthe (Continued on Page Tea) '
\ .: the first meeting of the state road about the Chapter House. some to pay their assessments with best- department, put the matter plainly Mr. and Mrs. Delson were in- charge promptness and then learn that other endorsements from various sources "
k / PUBLICITYIS up to that body; and explain the oft the affair, and 'the Casino was had delayed-and had also received bear no string to their expressionsof CITIZENS ARE URGED .

needlessness of making a'road sixtyMX donated, everyone worked for nothing a discount' greater than. the compliment; and with so good 'a ,, ,
i feet in width. The sum that has and the share of the'' receipts ordinary amount. standing among those who have
'
BIG STIMULANT been wasted upon the extreme width The matter of these applicationswas him there Is belief SESSIONS
known
for the beneficiary was quoted at; so long every. TO VISIT '
>
,. would have gone far,towards makinga 69. Of course, as in all the "bene- left in .the hands of the finance that KIlIsimmee schools then comIng ;J
finished road of an ordinary width. fits" staged by outsiders, the' big committee with 'power to act. year will show-M great advanceover

TO SCHOOL PUPILSBetter able Sheriff to say L. R.regarding Farmer the had width consider-of "travelers.share of "the It proceeds is now Went alleged to that the TUESDAY EVENING MEET that of the year just closed. NEXT COUNTY:,COUHT {

the Toad$ ,the several varieties of paving1 even the $69 upon which the Chapter IMPORTANT TO GROWERSThe AUTOMOBILE OF DRUNKS ..

i !' Sckeels. Will Be Balk Up was material a strong that advocate might of be a used nine-foot, and House depended and for whch the Osceola 'Growers Co-operative DEMAND QUICK RELEASE Belief That Raau: .f 'w.f

Where Tee Press Ce-eperale WitkTfce recipients published a card o f MONTSD'OCAA and. w. Will Hare
road with a wood curbing upon either Association will hold its regular TRACEY AND Tsaslsacy ,
thanks for the kindness of "the i
side with good shoulders. By the op- June nest Tuesday evening, T. ';
! Faculty : erators," was taken by Delson when meeting of IsspreTe ,Cwt PrecesJmgi ,
bunch of runnlngmatea
.r. time the wood curb, had worn out. at 7:30: at the Chamber of Commerce. '
It Is strongly to be hoped that the' the county would be in a position he hiked from this city-thus depriving At this meeting it will be necessary Montsd'oca and Tracey filled .with' a "You may say from me theV>rc"
ill text principal of the Osceola schools (provided the county was forced ,to the Chapter' House of what for all members and others Intending desire for freedom for their friends be delighted to have.large audiences yvi
4 0 yell! be of discernment one I it had termed actual cash. In the place seeds -also filled with other .tuft'dI'O.eover of teverysession
a man do all the work) to run three feet to join, to orders for representative men and women S>
who will realize that through the of concrete upon each side of the opinion of some of the believing ones for eggplant and peppers in order to from Saint Cloud the other of the coming term of c
! be made public there is a bare possibility that the night and hastened to the county said L. Co- I d
press can many brickiwhich would give a fifteen- take advantage of the theassociation's county ctfOTV Judge T.
things which will incite the pupils foot road as. good as the best. He money may be returned; although at co-operative buying. Participants in tail The visitorswere Intent upon mer. "I .believe, tbata. large,' ndience sift
,' to do the best that in them lies. suggested that in paving material the same time it is alleged that the the association's plans for cooperative getting their friends out of jail" will be resultant'of Improving y,
In Florida pub- buyer of the De'lson automobile found and felt sure they could scare "Bob" the -will' be lessened
: .Nearly every paper there be bids secured upon wirelugcut carlot shipment have agreed to conditions. There a
,' at frequent intervals a I there was a mortgage of $500 on Campbell into releasing them. of the
tbe
fihes very brick of several grades in addition plant these crops about July 1.0 tendency upon put
column devoted entirely to the the car after it was too late to do the Tracey and Montsd'oca had failedto to verdicts-not in. .
:' I to other bricks and material of i that all may be. ready to ship. at Jurors render accord
v schools-recounting many things 'of several sorts-but was not an advocate much of anything. Just what action ante time. make the bond demanded at the with the 'testimony; and there
-;. value-improving composition and of '!in asphalt surface. This will be taken regan the art of sentenceconstructionand latter irfaterial appeared to meet has 'not been determinedalthoughthere acreage may be put tin these cropsat Kleinnman- $2000 and $3000 respectfully upon the part of the trial attorneys Ito
," telling of the many little things I with general disfavor both because is a crying need for. that, $69 this time, and Fall growers are -and their confinement did bring'out just verdicts. I. hope,
which go to make up a pleasing; of the extreme" cost, the great amountof from the benefit fund.- urged to join the association ,and not please some of the gang .with there will be a -large attendance at
whole. The papers are pleased to repairing always necessary, and reap 44*- tear their share of- the Expense in' the poor quality of the finished road PLEASED MEDAL WINNERS rates and surer markets. Every it was presumed that an any testimony that might .be. likely
;, :' h publication-because the -newB- I -and pointed to nearby counties that .- DESERVING OF PRAISE grower is invited to attend" the meet- amateur jail release might be worked to offend the senses of any woman '
'. per believes that !such matters willalp !had.saddled severe debts upon them- Ing, whether a member or not, and up on the sheriff's deputy. But I there will be' due notice given-but aIs
,' and assist the many pupils In I' selves by adopting that type of high- Among; the pleasing features' of anyone' interested' in the aims of the there was a drawback in the proceedings Is presume! there'll be nothing of that i
1: o the various grades. graduation week at the schools of association- eligible for member'ship. -as "Bob" failed to fall to

;. During the past year this paper I way.The results of the deliberation were Kisnimmee wag the award of four Membership fee is one dollar their plans.He Judge Come" is a strong believerin J.
f has endeavored to have the neededcaoperation of a nature to show that the commissioners gold and silver medals-and in each and may be mailed at any time to was right on deck when the :I a recent editorial in The Gazette
_; from the high school I were heartily in favor of competition there was a goodnatured the secretary,, Allison T French, at gang drove to the jail. When It wherein it was stated that-no city or
.i .pMnclpal and has upon numerous quick action-and intended to be pre- rivalry. While each contestantwas Klsl'immee.. came to "breaking down the jail" county could be better than its juries ti
f, '1, occasions been promised "a column 'pared tograsp either horn of the anxious to be declared winner The success of the a&oeaiation is the deputy-sheriff thought the building ; that there were sometimes verdicts

t a week.",. Notwithstanding; this there dilemma which appeared the easierto there were only expressions of congratulatory now assured, but it can only do its would stand for a while longer- rendered that were wholly an-
: has never been any attempt to furnish handle.] comment when the best for the grower and the commun- and saw no reason'-why he should tagonistical to the evidence submitted .
\ copy for The Gazette; in fact awards were made-a fact. which is ity by having every grower a mem- free two prisoners, or even one ; and that there was too'great a
... L. a spirit of nonchalance has seemed CLAIMS EXCAVATIONS worthy of mention. T ber: Present membership includes prisoner! at they 4 I request of a few tendency to acquit men charged with

:;1 to fill the entire system of the prlnci- INJURED HIS PROPERTY The Fell gold medal for excellence growers' from Apopka to Saint drunks.So lawless acts-Merely because such
.. pal> to the extent that even, mattersof in essays among the seniors was Cloud. Location does not prevent /far as Jearned there were no acts had ben tolerated in the put.W7ltti .
,' grave importance hive-been withheld Attorney Alexander Akerman ap- awarded to Dorothy Denning, daughter membership if within a radius which weapons used by the Saint Cloud an audience of representative
/ j, from the press; all of which has peared before the council on Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs Louis J. Den- will permit shipping with the association I.itorthe affair 'seeming to take citizens there may be brought about 't
R'; r tended to lessen the publicity the evening-representing W. B. ning-she having been declared in and participating its other on the nature of a bluff. By some a change in what has been Known ,as ,
,. ":- Bctool should have received which lIam The claim Is made that when the lead In the competitiongreatlyto attractive features. the attempt to release the prisonersis "the system.: .
-A would<< have been of Inestimable value work was progressing in other portions the delight of the recipient and considered merely, as a drunken I
rp ,3 e, not only to the school but to the of the city the street upon her host of friends: SELLS FINE PROPERTY hallucination upon the part of a few GOES TO WEST COAST t

.' city as well.Fundamentally. which a considerable portion of the To Eleanor Rosen, daughter of LOCATED. ON MAIN STREET fellows who desired to be dramatic] FOR A POTATO: MARKETE. J
'!: the school system property of Mr. Harris abuts was Mr. and Mrs. A. Rosen, for the best by others the Incident Is consideredto

'f{' > If at the head of the entire nation excavated to .a considerable depth, average in the grammar grades, was The sale of the Woodward prop bear serious Intentions. A. Forbes, who has'produced an
rwr upon the excellence of educationdepends precluding all use of that section of awarded the R. E. Rose silver medal erty' on Main Street, the grove immediately CHAMBER OF COMMERCEWILL Immense quantity of potatoes on the s
i ref future governments. In the the highway-except by boat. This -the Inscription! bearing the words adjoining the new bungalow east shores' of Lake Okeechobee.was r
]fit '! Mme ratio do the schools of a city damage to his property, the attorney "General Excellence." The winner !san of :J.. WL Goodman, has been com MEET THIS EVENING in Kissimmee on Monday enronte to

need the uplifting and invigorating said, has before been brought to the especially bright pupil, a general pletedthis week-the purchaser being of Tampa and otheri> points on the ,west
.4. influence of the press to keep before attention of the council with 'a request favorite with her achoohlateaaDd R. B. Jones, brother of A. J. There will be a regular meeting coast to see If he could find a market f
'4,I ...... the public every Item of progress that an agreement, at least her average was one of which. any Jones, who last week purchased a the Chamber of 'Commerce this evening for his tubers. He said the market
svCc possible. With a principal well building site on Broadway and proposes ,and all members and all who Lander- .
;, growth .be made to fill the excavation and might feel proud. had lureped so tD Miami ", '
Jacking the perspective and the perfect the, street, as it was before, .. To Clara Ploeis, daughter, of Mr. to erect'a block. IIs -understood should by right be members sure urged dale,' West Palm Beach and ell along. ., .;
;' initiative, and allowing private Interests the damage'was done. Mr.'Akerman pd Mrs." O. Ploetav two medals came that a residence win be immediately to be present. 'There are always the east coast: that It;would not per' iy
to occupy ,the brief :time said bit client did DOt'wi.h.SD1' legal -both of gold and beautiful in deafen erected upon the property. some Important measures to be discussed hint to"dig his crop-and' he would '-
needed for presenting proper publi4ty'each -. proceedings and )preferred have. And* In ,the presentation of The sale was effected by J. 8. CadeU and the citizens owe it to have to letthem rot intht': vowd, f
child each patron'and the these emblem ""then Mach the community to attend these...meetbigs. t
find
J the council take action :regarding 1'1- was ' un1e.ethe..could{ .caeaea.plae '.
.. whole Is . Canada Is to have a $5,040,000 ., him t "
community a pairing the damage-end requested praise' bestowed{* upon the wiimetw. : where the merchants-would kelp
;,'. t!t= a proportion' of what'.Justly; that such action be taken without and the excellence of her accomplishments match factory. European Belief workers have observed unload. Mr.-" Forbes.::-ws-wseeeompenied. ,'"
; L u be given;;, and it Is to i>e hoped lay., The matter was referred to the. was especially dwelt npon. .,- . that a'woman can live longer, by Captain Joseph:.A.Well< tifrtrthe" principal who' shall,' be'enttfged street committee.f .;.' One of these emblems Is the Hats award-to her,.was UM R. E. .Rose without food than a maL, > ,; in the years willabaan81o this gold medal "For Highest Average I cold medal offered for "General Ex I I K' \\ ,!: was 'fat'eharge of lighthouseLas ',: ...
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,mark higher re," /continue/ Seet" 1'yI Summerlin, \.
I Sweet potatoes* .an be profitablygrown "The manager of the -Armoijr packIng I r;: .
I ]JACRICULTDRAL POINTERS I I here, and I am of the ,opinion plaint at Jacksonville,, ,Tom Price, -
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I that this important crop hay, ben lake*; ,,the attitude that the cattle. .'
somewhat neglected by the-.farmers pica of thl4 staLl!_ari!.not (riving?-,the
P ; DT I* U.. WILSON' COUNTY. AGENT of Osceola' county. Every frrmor support to his\ institution due .to
should try to raise enough for. home!''I making I If, a success; consequently\ Orlando's 'L Store \.
;' j h} Be sure that you, d6n't"lay your. use, and be able to' supply the local ;' the plant may have to close.' So far Largest ,
a 'j I corn crop by too early. Professor C. market with potatoes during the I ns the cattlemen are concerned, the
j }C.. McQuarrie, state agent, Gaines'vme winter lit the potatoes were properly j clack of support ,may be attributed,.to
,. says the farmer has been laying , stored. There,is little waste'to! this : reasons:i } ...
r : by, the corn crop too early, and crop for stock will take care ;of the | "First: Because of the. decline( in ..
.j. states that you can. cultivate the Corn culls. Prepare your land well, don't prices; -
1' until the silks begin to brown I.ad- be afraid to use fertilizer, and see'if I ,"Second: Because. of the' grading '
i vim the careful use of shallow cultivating you ILn't"redeem yourself, *>f the cattle in the stockyards. Announcing Its Annual
i, .! implements for the ''late cultivation Plant another crop of cowpeas for "'\Vho, in to blame for the lowered
I Si"}H to prevent disturbing the rooti. home use that will! come in later I{I prices? The raiser cannot make the :
r A light stirring of the aoil is best for They will be as good then as now {market; the buyer cannot; pay the
the late cultivation. A small ,.appli Have you made' your plans for planting j price if the consumer does not do
v cation of nitrate of soda will materially your fall strawberry ,plants? his part If the consumer will not .
.: : increase the yield. Berries do mighty well here'' in Os I pay the price then the packer cannot
:. I lave :you planted that field In a ceola and! you will profit by plantingeven I buy the (goods. We all wjant cheap '
legume crop yet! Velvet beans a IIma11 patch. I meat-:because we all eat it. Poesi.I -
cowpeas, or beggarweed a good Don't forget .kfitr'! next regular I jbly for the last four months' the sup- June CIearance'SaI.e ;
crop to plant for hay or "forage, and I UipetSng-of the Osceola Growers Co- I ply has been in excess of the demand, .
e.' will build up your land for nextyear's operative Association, which will I because of stringent financial conditions i. ,
J crops. The wise farmer is the I! meet on next Tuesday evening at, in the west and because of the
one who looks ahead, and prepares >7:30 o'clock at the Chamber of Com- enforcement of the No-Fence law in
his: land for the next crop. By all i merce. Every farmer and family is ?both Georgia and North Carolina.
means don't fail .\o plant that cover,! I I cordially invited to attendthese 11 From Georgia alone has been' shipped
crop of beans or peas it you want, meetings Come help, yourself. out 72,000 head pf cattle-most s
, to enrich your land. Remember the county agent is al- ,1 ofwhich_ have been consumed in Beginning Friday June 10 .
jy. We are having a 'very dry season, ways_ at your service and will be glad Florida. '
and the growers will do well if he |Ito assist you in any' way. Office days I "When the packer quotes prices . ..
will provide for ample drainage of I Ion Saturday only. In Saint Cloud the stock-man invariably selects his
, his farm. The proper drainage of I every Tuesday with headquarters at best cattle for shipping. On arrivalat
1 :farm lands is very essential towards the Tribune office.A j' the destination the-'boss' trades .. : : t
producing good crops. 1 understand a carload as it fits his eye- . . ..CinliniiingJodighLliaysZ L
i y .that'the -farmer-can burrow" money- b..1 in the mouth comes i- ,, in no uppi 1:, notwithstanding _
from ,the Federal Farm Loan Association from a disordered stpmach and slug- grading may 'be arbitrary. INs
and that we have. an association -, gish state of the bowels. Herbine grading must be' accepted-and this! Z
' formed in this county for the corrects the trouble immediately. It means a lower price-or the stock
i purpose of lending money to farm- purifies the bowels, helps digestion, I must be moved elsewhere; and experience -
ers. Why not put them to the test I II I'and. sweetens the breath. Price, 60c. i has taught that grass cattle The outstanding features of this Annual Clearance Sale are not only
now, and see what can be done towards i Sold by J. Z. Roberson.. ** j i will not bear too much shinping.
I obtaining a loan for draining I "The. main thing that now concerns interesting but important to you.
your farm and putting in several HUGE ASSOCIATION I the stock raiser of Florida is
: acres of sub-irrigation, and tile OF CATTLE RAISERS the effect the( closing of the packing- This event is no sensational scheme to raise any given amount of mon- .

drainage Our lands are flat, but'I I. .. HAS STRONG POWER plant will have. It is' an established ey, and'it is riot necessa/y/ that we make a .disposal of any surplus, bad or
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is sufficient. fall fact that Armour has influenced .
in most cases there I
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hard stock. But rather this has been usual is offer .
to
to allow ample drainage of all surface : (Continued from Pair One) prices both to the raiser and to the event as our custom
water. Flowing wells will furnish Asked: "Are the cattlemen of the consumer Locally the Armour prices our many patrons and friends in Orlando and miles around desirable mer-
z the water in dry season, and l state antagonistic to the desire of have been from one-fourth to one '
chandise
I at lower prices. The object is to clean out all spring and summer
this' will enable the! farmer to net his I the /government to rid the country of I I cent less on cattle )gross than the 10-
.. cal markets, and from one cent to goods incomplete and odds and ends for
; - -- I ticks, ? Mr. Summerlyi replied: I assortments preparatory inventory _
"Not by any means. They realize five cents less on net meats." '. and the fall goods.
that the! world would be' better off if I Mr. Summerlin was! asked if the incoming new ,

there were no ticks; but they do object -I total eradication of the tick in the 'This is your saving opportunity to supply your many needs of wanted .....
would not have to
to the compulsory dipping You state a tendency (
see it is this way: all the cattle in a 1! bring: hetter markets for stock because things from a department store whose resources are such that it. can give
herd are not necessarily carrying of the fact that the last market you the lowest prices. '
ticks. In human beings there can be Louisiana was closed, and was .
k found groups of men some of whom also asked if the growers' could Every department in the store has wonderful l values for June Clearance
me may expose themselves to a disease I stand the gaff/ of holding their stock
and never feel the effects, while oth- for an extended time. He said: Sale.
ers under the same circumstanceswould "I 1 thjnk I am safe in Saying that
STRIKE immediately take the complaint nearly every cattle raiser is In a L:
t So' it is with cattle. There position to hold his stock until there
IY may be a herd of a hundred head. shall be a better market. All of them
Possibly there will be ten lIT that i| have so 'expressed themselves.! You ,
bunch that will be carrying ticks- must[ remember that we still have COMPANY
and the balance will not have a sign I I Jacksonville, Tampa, Miami, Key YOWELL-DREW
of a tick. It may be the figures are West, and many other local centresj !
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y not always like that; but what I i j consume our finished stock These
Anew size package I want to say is that it doesn't natur- I places consumed our product before
ally follow that all have ticks. To I Armour came to Jacksonville. Let OFRL-AINIDO. FLORIDA -
Ten for 10e.r dip all those cattle every fourteen ''UII 1 suppose, and not without reason \t.
days ,would not only be awfully expensive 'that the packers will control prices
Very convenient. but many would die from it. in those centres as well as in surrounding -
- 1 feel safe in saying that in two .,. points say for the next six "Where All Central Florida 1or'
Shops"WANT
Dealers carry both; years there would be no ticksbecause months-which would bring us to
there'd be no cattle. The stock the winter' months with the sugar/
I 1 10forlOc20for20c.; raisers know when their cattle getting, low, in the barrel, taxes at ... .
should be dipped; they want to get high-water level, preparations for
It's toasted. rid of the ticks; but they don't wantto next season's crop right upon -he II
dip cattle that are tickless merely people, and, possibly, the account at .
because Uncle Sam and few I! the bank at low ebb. Where does -- . 45
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ta.z. =-" &) perts say they should. The govern- that put the cattle raisers .Still at QUICK RESULTS? USE THE GAZETTE'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN .
of
_-:.:. ment ought to give the raisers of the mercy the packer-with, pos-
,. cattle credit for having some sense." sibly, a lower price offered. ..
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to been-to 'th ..- ,
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JI' other. .II the plant. closes it leaves .
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% EAGLE"MIKADO"'< 'encilNo.174n.! : no outlet; and the local buyer will be The *. *' , ,'. ', ;'C, II.\,:!'/
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is likely .to occur."
Upon the meeting of the directorson

F >Sate M TOM D *Ur _MuU la firs ........ Monday much depends-as there
|Iwill be important. matters to be con- Buick Motor Company
ASK:lOa THE YELLOW KNOL WITH THE RED BAND I sidered. The association is a strongone .
MIKADO and each member: is bound by .
EAGLE PENaL COMPANY NEW YORK |the constitution and by-laws to stand
.I' .firm by any action which may be de-
cidedupon by the officers. Precisely '
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what those actions may be cannot be Has announced 4OOO Season opened v.
predicted- -but a full report will ap- .
pear in the columns of The Gazette ,

-I:I as soon as completed. that its. luL June 1.1921

Osceola Hardware Co |
: ident; C.- E.. Crum, Bushnell first .
: I vice-president; A. L. Jackson, Gaines- *...j
ville, second vice-president; U. A. -- -
1 I I Lightsey,' Bartow, treasurer; S. Sum- W$ ARE; PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING PRICES
1 Kissimmee's Busiest Corner merlin Kissimmee, secretary.
consists
of The F. N.executive Burt, DeLeon committee Springs; H. F. O. B. KISSIMMEE

toOOo.uo oooo 00'0000000000 0 ooo ooo.ooooo T. Lyken, Tampa; A. L. Jackson, .
Gainesville, W. F. Ward, Kicco; Mc-
Quinn Chairs, Oldtown; E. O. Flood, "
\ Lakeland; C. F. Raulerson, Fort v 1921 Model Price 1922 Model Price "

. WeHaveaHunch. Pierce; R. II. Redding, Ocalr.; G. B. Model 44 Roadster ___________--__________$2025 $1705

x e ... Skipper; H. A.Bartow Nicholson; R. L., Mime flyer;, Orlando 11. O- Model 45 Fire Passenger -__________-________ 2025 1740,

that bushiest conditions are getting better, Partin, Kissimmee; W. L. Graddick, Model 46 Coupe __ __________u_____________ 2900 2375
Jacksonville; and J. M. Roach.: Wbl-
Model 47 Fire Passenger Sedan 3200
-------------- 2685 .
and we have excellent stock of all the liston. *
an Model 48 Coupe _________________________u 3309 2570 *

7 staple things in Hardware, Paints and Oils Rub>>.My-rum Is and a treat pain Rheumatism kr 1- Model 49 Sven Passenger (open) ___u_____-- 2300 1955
ler. Relieves pain soreness, -
Furniture Rugs, Chinaware and the like. Neuralgia, Sprains, etc. Model 50 Sere Passenger Sedan ______._____ 3600 28.;,

You the goods need the trade MUST
peed ; we ; CURFEW
EACH BLESSED NIGHTToo The general lines will be carried.through the season of 1922 the same as the,1921 Models which have

; let's talk it over.Let's been so popular with the buying public. '
I many boys, and girls, as well,
I are found upon the streets at night There being a few minor changes which make for the better. The principle of THE BUICK MOTOR .:
f .-and parents wonder why it is that COMPANY which is to make their product better and
never cheaper; making that
sometimes things are not just right. tree slogan: j'
Figure a Little As late as twelve or one o'clock when .
children, should be sleeping sound,
most any night there may be seena "When Better Cars Are Built
r on Building Material. We a're prepared tofurnrth bunch of kids a-hanging 'round. -

:.. There is no sense in .
is no reason -
f Doors, Window Sash, Dpof and Window'Frames letting things go on this way;; andso :! -- Buick Will Build Them"I .
1 the council Tuesday night declared -
it .
'' and all sorts of Builder's Hard that curfew should have sway. No

, :/ -'" ware. We have just installed a large truck, youth allowed of sixteen-boy to streets to or roam girlwillbe ; for I have one of these popular, ;-Can-- on hand now and will be glad to make demonstrations to anyone t

for the delivery of al) these heavy goods directly when nine-thirty hits the! mark thecurlew'a that is interested, _
going to drive them hone .
*; > on "the job Let the orders roll in So at nine-thirty every night each : "
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? : child should be at home, secure, or, '
't -we'll. GU them promptly.Osceola : when the curfew whistle sounds, the SAM: G 1 A t GS DALE,

r- \. night parents police wont will bring get up 'em their sure.kids toknow Jf ; N

"r f what's right and what U .
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BUICK DEALER FOfc' \ '
",,r : wrong, the night police will'.get those ',.. FRAMiriiw, DEALER FOR
nd then there'll" be differentsong. OSCEOLA COUNTY I
kids-. a I .

I :" Hardware : C.o': \: The Ga- ,. AUTHORIZED FORD SALESMAN OSCEOLA. COUNTY fKISSIMMHE

: ( .. : The classified columns' of FLORIDA .. "
cetU.fftve splendid 'service,for ,mallmatters. t ,. ,
.J ( .of ...)...,..'" ...:7/ ':]+-i I;: : .. ..... M<' ,." / No doubt you hive soma;: -. .
!. ... :._ : thing to sell that sour!*one else wants.
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Anyone Should'Know That'
i' IN MEMORY I Opening ,a box containing a type -
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-* < writer ribbon I found a eerd'bearing
Jn: pleasure's. dream,"or sorrow's! the words "This-'spool Is ,for tha
0 hour, j right aide of the.macblne only" Silly
In crowded hall, 'or' lonely bower,, waant it? No one but a pesky fool.,
The business of my soul shall, be would think'of:. putting 'it on' thewrong ,
'j". Forever to remember ( side, would they? '
heelMoore LA .
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, r Wh.Will Speak Up
fi 'Will all thostf folks in Florida who
: w I. . bought some of the much-advertised ,,
'i e. 'Sorely Not Watermelon oil-stock a few months ago please /-OPPORTUNITY.a
II I Fort Myers Tropical News has an send 'to me data regarding the f
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,1 ell 1 .article headed: "Grave danger'in our amount of investment and the percentage ;
\ '1 midst." That cuss has been eating that has since accumulated? '
n i r i it cucumbers again once more and then Yes, thank. you; I though 70Uwouldn't. ,
I some. ,
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,,1' Really. Don't, See 'Whyr I'd Say She Had
Mayor May l a most decided pessimist I _Fellow in Kissimmee called in I ...
I 1 --in-spite of the general belief .front of the door of his sweetie's
that he is of optimistical tendencies. (residence: "Come out!" When at '
y...[' I assert that any man who will wear (last. she made her appearancehe. ( OF A LIFE TIM EA.T. .
+:i! 1 belt and suspenders 'at one and the gave the. costume she was wearingthe

'''1 {,I jbrae time eitherwolmethod olifeie f confidence twice up and down and decided .-. ',.. \.. ', y........'" . ;.
had out""as
1 in up- that she "come far as
.:,},, 1 no real optimist. Yasaum.t. she dared. You know. '
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t.. t'I.'T Awfully Careless in Details Now Quit Yer GolllllpplDIrSayatbocalaBan1'
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. TtteCoeoaTrlbtm.tellsof'1hc; -- r"E DOLlAR LIMITSTOK I
We .
t captain of an airplane who said: are requested by Mrs.B.
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'/ o, "We left Miami at '10:30 E. Turner to say that her :
and arrived in your .beautiful husband is in Jacksonville
I city at 12:27and burned and that she is in communication -
1 with him and that no
150 of We
gallons gas. are
.I on our way to New York. one need have any concernas G. W. PERSONS COMPANY _
Upon reading that item I wondered to his whereabout or future <',
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.- if the 10:30: was "a. .m." and the movements. n,
,L 1 12:27 p. m. was the same day? Or In other words It's nobody's durn- .
'Wall.it. 10:30: p. m. and 12:27 p. m. ed business 'whether me and hubby
.vbf the next day? Who knows whatit I had a row, or which licked, or what WOOL
500 GRAY ARMY BLANKETS
was? And isn't {consuming one the s rap wig erbout. It is evident; ]
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,,. hundred and fifty gallons of gasoline the "B. E. wired home for, some f .
in the first suggestion, in 117 (money-and if the missus sent it to '
. minutes, somewhat expencive Andisn't him they'll probably live happy ever \ _
I after. And It's to him and her_ '
hundred and up
of gasoline one in the second fifty case gallons, 837 and not to the neighbors, anyway, I #
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the in Iso there!II 250 ARMY STEEL FOLDING
minutes in air something a COTS j
.. _. cheap scale! of prices T Why not bemore | /
precise in statements? i Notable Man Passes? Away ,
James S. Hastings died in a Cincinnati x .:;
hospital at midnight last / d
I Friday. As a local this amounts. to TO BE SACRIFICED IN KISSIMMEE FLORIDA BEGINNING ijl
but a passing item until it i 14 under- ,
stood that he has been writing for
years under the. nom de plume of AND LASTING "
"Luke McLuke"-probable the greatest ',
paragrapher of the present or YSfOR.
the preceding decade. Saturday Morning June 11 A FEW

I Dear Luke! we've only words of ,
"lifetimes? praise ONLY
For all your work through all the
days

,. drink Month chaff after month; with sense and These Blankets and Cots were to have been used in Orlando, Florida, May 16 and 17 by

: : You've made the world sit up and the American Legion, but due to continuous rain at that time were not used. These blankets '

JLlMECRUSH- Those laugh.smiled who never smiled be- and'Cots have been consigned to us for a few days only for quick disposal, and they certain ,

: Those fore-fond of smiling, ,smiled the ly wont last long at these prices, so if you ever expect to need blankets or cots, now ,is the" , t '

more; time to buy--as you will never again buy at these prices. \ *
: Yourclever wit, with satire keen, .
: Your nonchalance, your ways serene, .
r Your sense and nonsense, all agree '

..'..: '. l'efre hipgtmgytla or : And Made laugh I if you each the one King you've of Repartee.made to U.. S. ARMY WOOL BLANKETSI: : .

1 f of West. ndieiT.tlnes is the Could write one great grand epitaph. % : "
Twould be: "Here's. one f
dist active feature of,this rebuke- 48 ,

newest of the "Cnuh "- "That' Prince of Fun-Good. Luke : a t ., #; :
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McLuke!1" '.
;'s4; the companion ,drink toWardVXemoaCTUihand . .-- ,,,..-. -" ., -. J..' .. 4. ''J'
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. : .-. ThisHs the genuine Wool Army Blanketheyweighfrpni! ,four.to Jive ,'adare t
,' Js I oIfIu or III 10fM1OIru From Nueva Gerona, Isle of Pines, . Gray ; ::. > : pounds '
. ; .P' .: 0 West .Indies,.,Mrs. Dixie,,Elliot forward c. QX'faJarao-tar&-: .enough'fprianyldowble, .bed,.and 'the above price.. .,' ;?'Just! t.bout'j''Ott., '' >.. $
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the f '
to The Gazette of
'.. IIottJedlCOCACOLA. by Isle of Pines -Appeal: -.'a a 44-page copy ,edition .third of.their: 'real. value.+ ,N c9'' r.ji'>>ift'jr i: ,
which commemorates"the" seventeenth C'I.
fiOTTLING anniversary -of the institutionof '
WORKS the paper and is copiously) illustrated iJ.

Plo.e 168 lication as is a a"navy most edition.interesting" The one-pub- U. S. ARMY STEEL: COTS, .

1 I and the variety of matter containedis
unique and full of information.Mrs. .,, \ I
Elliot will be be better .
remembered .
>, ..l it. i/ I here as MiesDixie White who 48These : ..
was connected with the Dollar Limit'
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large circle of friends here. Mr. ,
Elliot, from the text of the paper, ; .If
.J r is evidently connected with the Isle
.I a ;, cltuaH of Pines Turpentine Company. Cots are indestructible, approximately 6 feet 5 inches long and 2 feet 6 inches wide, ,;

,'t, WHY IMPOUNDING FEES r with folding ends and woven wire top. This is the most comfortable and serviceable cot you.. .
",
+'i w HAVE SUDDENLY DROPPEDThe -'- can buy. The,price is just about one-fourth their real value.-practically? brand new.- .t ,I

"... amount of dog, licenses turned I
in for the month of May by the!
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r. .... HO. .t.UOOO''Ottooooooo-' I . chief taken surprise low-water of for police w.-4Ivlnced impounding was mark$17 of by, fees and$19.the the touchedthe councilTuesday Much sum .New and Reclaimed Army Goods Specials Included This. Sale f


evening over the latter
.. J. M. WILLSON amount until the chief said that

. S. B. AULTMAN "Farmer and Prather had moved 25cii !
98c
their cattle out," and that his chief '
>.. return had been taken from theca : KAKHI BREECHES, Good as new ARMY WEB BELTS (new) .

There was applause that was only /!'

;i Those quelled who by were the acquainted'chairman's with gavel.the ARMY RAIN COATS, Two styles, the-genuine :::1

.:j J : WANED! humor.subject matter will see the .point of O. D. WOOL, SHIRTS,, genuine :My$2$ 48 U, S. army, double back, government = : .

.fil, MAY, .CITY have been used just a little ,. inspected and black leatherette ;art
FOR DAMAGED GOODS $7 95.
belted back .. . :
..... The city council was, in receipt ofa ,
t' communication, which read
.' A listing of your Florida before that body Tuesday was evening, : NEW CANVAS CUFF AND_JOOT O. D. WOOL BREECHES,
.: a property-Many buyers In from the legal firm of Tilden, McGuire ':- '- LEG98 R'eclaim$2 4'8 ,
.' A: Voorhis, representing the GINS, genuine army, sale price ed,_ in good, condition ; :
prospect for Kissimmee" wholesale) grocery of R. C. Wood-
i bery. located at Orlando. The communication t L'I' ,>!
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homes. t
: demanded financial re-
'V imbursement for damages 'resultant. ; Send all Mail Orders to The Dollar) Limit Store Kissimmee Florida. Mail order will be filled same day order is rece: Tecl.
it is from an accident .hlchh.ppened
alleged
.x v? Wilson & Aiiltman i upon a bridge over a ditchon Cash Money Order or Certified Check moat'accompany all orders. ;
the cemetery road some months
i . since It is claimed by the attorneys
.. REAL ESTATE .1 that a loss of $800 resulted when the :
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loaded truck fell from the bridge.

.The driver letter be pensioned also demanded b'th."cl that; the An The Dollar Limit, : Store: '

.. ., _.tOto 0' 000 I lfuhOt, ."000.0. OC. 'Immediate nonJrtplywithin answer a was reasonable requested time : :
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: ., J. W. THOMPSON \...: Indicating I the city ignores the claim : 4
in :which event suit will be institutedto G. W. PERSONS: :COMPANY ,
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KISSIMMEE ,i formed which then breakdown, the' strongest., '... .- '' o'
.. ., There hu been. and there'it, too great-tendency to pick flaw in the '
,:\ J PuD4hbetf'Ei'l 'Friday ]'best i intention It 'it .o\\ much, better .io 'pacify than to provoke that volumes .A HOT WEATHER HELP :
,, . By Kiuimmee Valley Gazette Company, Kiuuunee; Florida might -be Written upon the theme.. Fool parent have done more than ; *

"? '. W. B. Harris, Prfudent ,Thorndyk.v L: 6. Van' *. Agnew, Secretary. their, share to lessen ..the influence! of the teacher than perhaps, they are .1

t, W. L...--.-,-,,- _. .....Editor-trd : + aware. la:most cases, it it ,allowed, much of this stuff has come froth; a
Subscription Rate: A, thoughtless brain;. but the 'term "fool parent" i i. there, just the same -A!' 1.
.; .12.00l 'the commencement of the school next fall let make A WARM WEATHER' AID
: ; One Copy, One y'ar--------,yc.--- -- -''--.':'------------- --- every parent some resolution
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,; { .i.nt.r.d at the Pflalo'"ee at XliHMmme. F1.rtda. as ."cond-rl.i. mutter.) nAMP..J.AWLE..CS: ; ACTION 'WJ1'J1 DISAPPROVAL .. '
.. t When the murcury !touches lhe point_ where there .is a ,lassitude I

Yl t .., 'AH communication exo.|kt 1 mined from by our the,authorised writer." correspondents. must b 6 THERE should be .a new,leaf turned over 'by the juries in this county and a 'ort of an ""I-dont-care" feeling; when one feel that '
R JoftV : "Anything go county" should be disapproved "some o'f'the pep and the zipp are lying : the ;

l _'Admrtl'tns' R.pr< .n .t l I by .the 'juries summoned to act in both criminal and c;,vil. canes-- 'ne>d.of something that will clean out" and invigorate the entire !tt
'< ... :1'HEAMERICANPRESIuSOCIATION.. I more especially in the .tnajnedby rubbing".o'ut,, thei farcical' ) and the! "_ "'
f -, .__ _ humorous and allowing sense and justice to reign. system; then 1 is the time. ,to tryNyal's )

FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1921 The Gazette has no hesitancy in declaring that verdicts have been ill
..; .- ___' __...._ __uo __ ___.___*'_ the-past rendered in this county so absurdly in non-confotmance with the Milk'of MagnesiaWe'sell

'' THE PARDONS BOARD AND ITS AFTERMATH estHnony adduced ,as to create a "ripple of a sniff"among the"general --. "- .
citizenry; as. well as in, other counties in Florida.: Prejudice against or
f 4 THE; pardons' board ,of Florida is composed of five men.: rend? lup for. the prisoner at the bar have been noted when the jury wa ; ; it-..we. exclusively handle it-and we can highly recom-

These five men are ihevAttorney-general, the secretary the. conimii'sinner ' ,.elected by ,hose( present in court so solidly that it ,has been 'Very easy to mend it. If haven't used it, try rt. _
VT of agriculture the comptroller, the governor. vaticinate the verdict; and right then and there did the morals of the coun- you .

; 'According to -rules of order established/ in all regular and well-gov- ty depreciate. *wIt .
1. '. erned institutions to carry a question demands a majority vote: and the is time to let those old methods die in their own mud. No one N. B. Our Prescription Department is Always/ Perfect
4l : governor titling as chairman of the board,would/ naturally vote to* break would have the temerity to adversely cn/icise any keen clever lawyer ,
J'a) tie. He would be allowed: to cut his vote at any time, should he; desire; {for using his every power to ..way'the jury 10.hia. own way of think-
't :. but except for placing himself "en reco/d" jt is presumed .he votes only in ng--or. as he declares he think No one blames lawyer for taking every Central; Drug Store
r d eases' closely drawn. -- ----. --. W.-Q.vantaga-0f-.ac--technrcality that} may air1 Ki. /-1"L..lLheu..iliJ.otherwise ; (|. '_ __ t'If
Naturally arising athi..' time when to many stories are current re- he would be untrue to the interests of his employer. The unfairness -- 104 BROADWAY'
" garding the acceptance of bribes by the late governor is the query as to . consists' in a juryman sworn to tender a verdict in accordance with
how one man could control two others on his boarat with such a certainty the testimony produced allowing his opinion to be swayed by his former I Day 41' PHONES Night 21 J

I as to justify buying freedom? affiliations with the defendant, or by the assertion thai such condition I .1.
,N' If the governor;. accepted money for the granting of pardons -- and "have long been carried on and the folks have gotten away with it." i t.----O-O----x--: +-----.c.--......;-x-O---:+-:.:..j..>->.: :"M c M"-x

those pardons were granted -how did: things get that way? That is the 'unpleasant part of it. '
'f :'t; Were his argumentive powers of such strength and so convincingly adjusted 1 Next week is to be in session (the county .court and special comment will
..r that at least two of his associate members were always ready to cooperate : follow the actions of -that body. .There is an invitation extended to the '.>*.vw5tfiv"- *S;f&.w:"*&>*&- P44C-:'t><-;&>-}}680 50t

j ? Or was there a plan by which the /finances. were.. split three ways;? ; :general! public to be present --rand it is to be hoped that there will be a ; ?: '
And if so who were those thus induced? large response to the suggestion. Every juror has a chance to make a I J. R. CLAY MONROE THOMAS

: As to whose" assertions would bear the greater weighta man convict I record and in making the record the morale of the county may be bettered
ed of murdering his sweetheart and her mother and setting fire to their and there. will be created a higher respect for Osceola county and its peo- i I CLAY & THOMAS

1 bodies before It .was known they were actually dead or the late governor pie
ii of Florida--.there is a wide disparity; yet it must be admitted that the I v A* the federal supreme court is looked upon as the,-.hjghest and most; .1. .
majority of sentiment seems to abide with the murderer. It is deplorable dignified body in the United Slates and its eminence'::duTy" '. (!milled. so .. -iOo--'

I that such a condition exists. It is regretable that a, one-time governor of liould the cowls of each state; and each county be looked upon as being It .,
; l. a great slate has, not a reputation of a nature that declarations from a dou- precisely as decorous and as imposing. If a district court or a county court 1' OUR SLOGAN :
ble-murderer would pass him ai lightly as the summer' breezes are wafted 1 1.( :ittled ,* ? opinion of the people the entire community is harmed to I
CUSTOMERS"The
1 through the blossom-laden groves of Florida. ,the, ame extentand much effort is required to wjpe out the 'blot. Justice "SATISFIED r.

Up to recent years the pardons board of Florida has not been a one- 'ind only justice should be administered in the courts; and to minimize the I .
min assembly; nor have there ever been charge or eveo insinuations that proceedings of a court lessens and decreases the value of the county in : -oOo-

-. w freedom was granted convicted men except for good and sufficient reasons. which it is held.CITRUS. i Same Excellence of Service and the Same
Financial matters have never so far as known entered into the proposition
GROWERS DEMAND A PROTECTIVE TARIFF Fair Treatment Will Be Given All Patron
of parole or acquittal. Why was it necessary for the "Gentleman fromAlabama" b
.K. to introduce new methods in caring for criminals-or supposed -iQo.- i
criminals j? / *-. TOSSING aside acute politics and creating but imaginary hjiej where i I
What steps will be taken by other members of the pardoning boardto have before stood solid granite: walls there has been; discovered in certain I I and all repair work will be guaranteed to be highgradein

clear their'skirts of such opprobrium as may gather on the hems from sections of the south the importantneed of a tauff '-a strong ultra-demo- service minimum Your is solicited.
q this dragging through the mire of mis-action? Thus far there has been a cratic-rigidly-republican policy-if the south i5 to progress as it should. I at a price. patronage >

pall ,of sedate silence as dark as midnight microbes on a black cat--possf- Various industries have asserted this to be a fact; and the assertion has
> bly with the desire to avoid a repetition of that old assertion "Thou doth been again made by the citrus-growers of this county in session the early I CLAY & THOMASStewart
protest too much,'' portion of the present week. Whatever may be the political affiliations of

Yet the balance.of the pardons board will ultimately be drawn into the t these era-howe"er: strong they are regarding free trade along some I
case--if it shall be pushed as is now anticipated; and it will be well to have lines -paying little heed to the ever-sarcastic allusions to "nursing infant Avenue Garage, Phone 22. Kiuimmee
e industries until after those infants have been weaned" there has been
long
a stock of alibis on hand to combat every condition which may be brought -
,. up by. that impressed upon the producers of citrus fruits that their success will be the -
ri "Artificer of fraud; he was the first greater as the tariff upon such things shall become the more rigid.
"That practiced falsehood under saintly show." Resolutions relative to such a measure were adopted at the Monday
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x There have been no assertions regarding all the publicity given the meeting of the Kistimmee Citrus Growers Association-- there was no
various made' the of dissenting voice. Experience has taught growers of such products that it
charges against et-governor accepting money. secured t
'" .' in an improper. manner that there-has been collusion with any others f-the is difficult to competewith profit against localities outside this country What Every .Housewife; Needs t
: .board. This i is' a fact. Eventually there" will be-as the question ii i bound where conditions are to different as to make competition in production a
*;to come forward a* to how one memberyfthe board could so' steadilysway most one-sided affair. Treading upon the toes' is unusually painful to some-
tit opinion*:of other members: While it-i: *': reasonable' to believe'.that ar- "'lie-and he "Buffers:most whose bunions alId'or1.! are the more numerous. -
l >-M- M '%f 1i* iojjtfxrLrijj'VTrxoj><... We are making a special (offering for' a few days only in :
Jfgument* could be adduced in some instance that wouldciuiq'anagreeinent / ; .. ', .
the several ,member it it reasonable that I suchconditions. SAINT CLOUD'PEOPLE I I. The chief of '' ,
: among not to presume t ; police of this 'city EDEN ,AND CRYSTAL ELECTRIC WASHERS ,
would always exist.r ;- ,, PLANT ROADSIDE TREES ( notified by phone from Tavares -
:, '{'V. 'f Summed up, it-mu.t' be realized "that "'one "'member'';ofv'the i pardon Judge" W. S. Porter, of Saint Cloud. f I cars Tuesday of evening ruffians to headed look out this for two THINK-THEN. ACTIV! are going to '*.ell)) these' splendid

1' "board could. ..ot be supreme; two .members could not 'carry a point: and was,in attendance at the meeting of 'the message stating that they way-had machine, for a few day --only/ at less than cost. You can operate
three members would always be necessary to make ]legal any action. 1 the board of county commissionerson I been doing some shooting In that locality an ELECTRIC,b ASHER for about five cents an hour-and for that
I V.I 1 T ,, Here it an advertisement which might have been run in' the columns Monday, and informed them that and should be apprehended. five cents can do a larger washing and do it better than most pea
'of the p"blic'prell 'with' every assurance of creating business (during the the residents of Saint Cloud had It has since developed that throughmob ple can in half a day by hand. There's a big saving-and a 'feel-
commenced the plan of setting out violence one man was murdered,
few of satisfaction. Call and will
ing gladly
bring
past yean: tree upon either side 'of the streetsof another is dangerously ill in a hospital on us we to your
that city. IJe desired the approvalof and there were beatings and home one of the machines and
the commissioners for the work strap punishments and much lawlessness -
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and stated that while at the present ] in that little place. No arrests GIVE A FREE DEMONSTRATION
j time j there .would, be asked no ap- have been made. .
l For a limited time only propriation help the work he The county commissioner were of- ! Better do this at once--while the Machines are here. '
trusted that when the county was ficially notified on Monday that the
t a PARDONS AND PAROLES SECURED = financially able the Saint Cloud peo- 'Merchants and Farmers Bank of DIXIE ELECTRIC COMPANYBROADWAY !
ple would be reimbursed for the ex Kissiinmee had made proper bond to
While you wait penditure. The information was ordered act as depository for certain fundsof : Everything Electrical KISSIMMEEGOODMAN'S
filed. the county which had not been : of.
covered by the bonds made by the o o 0 9* "fl o. 000. ..
Delivery of' Good Guaranteed ADDITIONAL LOCAI.S. ,
I Peoples' Bank of Saint Cloud, and
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Griffin and an order was made that those funds
Nothing Exchanged: Nothing C. O. D. family drove over' from New Smyrnalast should institution.be transferred to the Kissimmee .'
A; Saturday to spend Sunday with ,
... Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Griffin and Mr. Sam Story who has been catching
S J. J. 1V1endenh. Authorized Agent and Mrs. J. J. Griffin, and their fam- for; the Kissimmee club and mixing
ilies. Mr. Griffin is conductor on the drinks at odd moments at the Cen-
Raiford Prison Farm FEC railway, and. while residing: on tral drugstore, left yesterday for GROCERY .
the east coal,t has nearly aa- many Miami-having signed with the baseball ,
I friends in this portion of Osceola, team of that city for the sea-
t ONE CAUSE OF TROUBLES IN SCHOOLS county as have his brothers.A son. Mr. Story has won a good
," week's leave of absence was name for himself! ] in baseball circles
s granted/ the county demonstrationagent an an expert in his line--and the & & .$
NEARLY every county in Florida has trouble at one time or another Leo H. Wilson, by the county Miami team has Keen strengthenedto NEXT TO CHAMBER OF
with the schools the trustees, the faculty; and these .fights or scraps or commissioners when Mr. Wilson informed a high degree by securing the COMMERCE
I I '"; "troublesnever, lose .momentum a's they travel 'from one tongue ,to another that body that he was to become new player.
by the Gossip Rapid-Transit Route. No matter bow trival-'may be the wor- a husband on Tuesday of next Mr. and Mrs. Lester Alf rd and Successor to Goodman & Woodall
offered Mr.
week. The commissioners even and Mrs. W. L. Thorndyke and
z jiment at the start it is augmented to a giant-size before the wrong-if weeks in Miss
make it
to two consideration daughter, Wylena Thorndyke, THE
there be one-is righted With so many boards of control and such a numb of the importance of the drove to Brewster last Sunday for ONLY CHANGE ABOUT THE PLACEIS
r of "those in authority" the wonder is not why is there trduble--but why occasion-but the additional week the day where they 'were guests of THE SLIGHT CHANGE OF NAME
:It there not more fuss and feathers. was "declined with thanks." Mr. and MrW.. E., Callihan old] 111 J w
One of the Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harris and time western friends. Mr. CailihanIs
primary causes of grievance seeming to spring from nothing I Have o
been
.. daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. W. I. manager of an immense phosphate you keeping! your eye our display window-and
is the fact that parents are too prone to criticise school matters in the plant which is to introduce noticed the excellent
Thorr dyke and daughter, of Kissimmee some ; ; showing we are making in the line of Fine Veg-
Nk presence of their children. Some little item of gossip may be discussed in passed through Barf: w Sunday new features in the reduction of ,the | etables We think and we :have been so told, that there is no store
'all it* various phases at the table, .about the home or during the evening and spent a few highly) appreciatedminutes great beds of phosphate underlying within a hundred miljs that show fine
hour but in the with the Record Mr. i(fall that section of Polk countyandthe < can so an 'assortment and a*
always presence of the children who may be under the people. good qualities/ in this line.
direct of that discussed Thorndyke and Mr. Harris are newspaper visitors! were highly entertained
W tutelage teacher; and when such a thing is done f
by a trip through the plant. BrewlI-
men of wide repute and have I '
5a jhe child doe not hesitate to tell '"what mother, thinks" "what BUT
or father been associated on The Kissimmee tar, being the property of one great
'+ ...,.." Then there i i. but little time lost in circulating the tales about the Valley Gazette for some months. I, company, is the only place in the What ''It.:
I. school It may be weeks before the news shall! reach the teacher; the only Bartow Record. I state where baseball flourishes every we have in the window isn't a marker for >what we can show
/ .;< "intimation that may be given is a laxness of an inclination to obey the rules. Because a tree fell upon the railway Sunday and large crowds (gather at : you in. the line of fine goods when you come inside.' Our stock isconveniently
: the little stagings of whispered conferences, and a lack of co-operation fence at a point where the of everv the,frame players to see being a real salaried crab-many 1< ; arranged! and you'll)) be surprised at loW price at

;'? s :which must between teacher and pupil in order to obtain results. And] Coast cross-state railway highway and Injured crosses the section East I get after their opponents, It men-is a and which let you "show may obtain" these high-grade good Will you coma in
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all the time the teacher it ignorant of why progress seems 'to be barred. of the structure a bill I was receivedby I charming pla I > the date, clean and attractive--and is t .
Finally "mystery" leaks "Mother said this. or "father told the county commissioners on' .
t I mother! and the ability of the teacher hat been belittled 'some trifling .Monday frem W. B. Crawford, attorney but a a short good drive road. from Mulberryover OUR GOODS ALWAYS GOOD
e, ; .bit'of misinformation ,has been made the criterion to show "the Ignorance" for that railway .Baking- that OUR
;' .oaf. the' "teacher.- sad sometimes, there has .been' suggestion among. the :I save$16.40. all be future immediately trouble. remitted The board to FINE PLAYERS IN CASTIn SERVICE ALWAYS SERVES

r Bolder'pupil* of something more:, and it was all because of thevopen forum Instructed the clerk to write to 'the "The Passionate' Pilgrim"' the
'o held in the, presence qf the children\who are''supposed to' consider; that attorney and advise him that theInjury Cosmopolitan picture which. comes
/xa teacher know Such customs are rotten-and reflect upon the fan lie. waa repaired, almost as soon Ito the Casino next Monday there is
/ ; de. a* it took place, by the superintendent remarkable cast of featured 'grocery
comment
t + wher. rath are m Every parent should'bear in ,mind that&Toc.the of Gerald players -

; most part the"teachers,are but the .children' of a trifling. increases, and that highways.the said repairs ,were Ashton endorsed .., shown, even but: the rieflv characters in tl-c drains which being are '

. fVear*: ': that, they:have'thesame'impulse!; ; as they,..the parent, held but a and accepted by the section taken by'"aklJled.,.. and successful actors f d .iii J
; .w''i' +f{ few year*,back]' that they(are' not compendium without flaw;' that they foreman of that district In view-of and 'aetreaa of long established .. J. W: GOODMAN Pt* ri tW.J'V < tj
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"ETecTftc-Otfer; -----26-tf! ---- ?G-tf pr-npr ; -At-tle martin Il of the Alumni .I.J
: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence- Griffin and Senator Thomas J, Campbell of to put. new life into the transfersand was not a dissenting vote sociation of the stalls"'university held. ..
children of New Smyrna, have been West Palm Beach paid ,a brief visit improvements of properties cast on Saturday by the people of Gainesville on Monday, when a ,;
: Furnished Flat for rent. W. B. visiting the families of J. J. and J. C. to Kissimmee last Sunday. Willson &: Aultman will) have their the Mulberry Sink precinct on tho splendid luncheon was served Pat r I'I'at
: Harris, Gazette office. 14tfW. Griffin here this weeC, j Mr and, Mrs. Ed Cody 'and Miss office In ,the Willson>> -building on project of creating a special t tax dis- Johnston of Kissimmee was elected
Congressman J. Sears has been Take your tire troubles to Alford, Elsie Bronson left 'Monday for _Oakland Darlington ayenue. trict for the benefit of the schoolsin president of the association; Harry Y;
spending the past ten days in Kissimmee The Vulcanizer. 20-tfc Maine, to upend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cowger, of that locality; hehce the assertionthat Thompson of Pensacola!, was chosenvicepresident 'i
with his family. I Miss 'Cleo Wooldridgre, of the New cheese and Or' Saint Cloud left Kissimmee on Friday , the special . 1 one Hampshire forNew York, where they will mously endorsed. As trustees there Gainesville;;:was elected'"secretarytreasurer "
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Born: To Dr. and Mrs. Hugh S.Gcieer teachers in the Kissimmee schools, e-Bloom honey. Phone 12. Waters -
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B.: : llancdck l Johnston has "
six elected' Mr. .
1 remaIn from to eight weeks; Mr. were G. J. A. ?- always 'r
on Wednesday June a son: left her & Carson
on Saturday to spend vaca- I Grocery Company Cfrwjfer/wiU spend his time taking a, Minnick, and E. A. Havens and it been a most enthusfenttc' member of ;/
Nathan Carson Geiger. tion with relatives at Sneada' in C. S. Rainey, Moultrie, Georgia, course ipf instruction at the linotype was decided that the maximum mlllI the fraternity .
Bad debts collected or no pay. Results Manatee county has been the guest for several days factory? while Mrs. Cowger will at- age to be called for should be three. guaranteed. J M. Willson district Get that swimming-belt from Al- of MI". and UTS. George W. Persons, tend the sumtfrer. course at Columbia I This action placed the district upona The Classified Columns of TK t .t:
/ manager' IB-tfc ford. The Vulcanizer. 20-tfc at their home corner o{ Lake and unversity.. I good footing Gazette give splendid Mlrvlce.- "
The county commissioners aretonsidprmg Bay streets. V :tt

t rI j territory a to trip look to over the the Lake entire Wil disk on I 10C We coffee handle' and all tea.of the Splendid best brands bulk 1I .. -.'" "III" ... -.."._ eo. -. '" t.. -_"...- ... -.."._ II -.."._ '" -.."._ II -.."... II III".._ ... n...t_ t..nn-. ,,d'p T

trict and consider points about the coffee: at 20c the pound. Waters &: "1j;
roads that are projected Carson Grocery Company. - :l};

: Something ,8\op _at Fish Lake store for ice- E. P Dann and son, Rodney Dann
cold drinks, cigars etc. Midway be- of Miamiwere guests of Captain '
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tween Saint Cloud and Kissimmee.'! and Mrs.! Clay Johnson, at 404 Ver- The Foundation of ( Fortune 1 1"f
Also for gasoline and oils. 21-4tx non avenue, south on Sunday and Every
The surplus rock ordered' for the Monday. .
New Saint Cloud link is being used to I Several splendid building, lots from
perfect' the highway leading to the within two to five blocks of postofflce ,
. ,cemetery I and there will soon be a I and heart of city. Nelson Realty 1 A ,
,noted improvement in. that missinglink. Company. S
Aluminum Kitchen Ware- $ i The county commissioners will .
Piece Fun Set, Only $9.45-With We have. three houses on our list meet this afternoon at one o'clock to
$5.00 Order for Groceries for rent: one of five one of six, and look over plans and specifications, a 1
one of seven rooms. Nelson Realty and will again be' in session on Saturday SAVINGS 'ACCOUNr--
\4 Tea win surely miss a treat if :yon Company. * June 25, to open bids for the
1 miss this.EATS. The city clerk reports that there construction of the' East Lake road. .
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-- -- d. _ -_ received' by him as tax redemptions Good six-room' house, well located ;'
I during May the sum of $1915.20. and in good. condition. Owner a non I ..
There was received, alto, in the fine ,.resident and says "sell." Nelson -
V 10 Ib.. Granulated Sugar__$ .75 and forfeiture fund during the same Realty Company. I
.; 24 lb. Pillsbury Flout'_:___ 1.50 period $2g5.Fiveroom! Mrs. W. P. Longworth .who came '
house two nice east-' here to visit her relatives short
r.- 24 lb. Bluebird S. R._____ 1.40 front lots with shade.: A bargain at ;I time since, has returned to a Washington We Pay 4 Per Cent '

45 IK C n Lard Compound. 4.75 $1000. Reasonable terms. Nelson : D. C., and the Longworth __ ,
25 lb. Can Lard Compound 2.75 I Realty Company., property on Main street has been ,. .- ,.
ifm v,""j Miss Mattie Stanford and Miss! eased[ to Ordia B....- ,
45 lb. ,Can Pure Leaf Lard.. 5.45 4- ii
I Mary Tiller returned yesterday from We ca7rry the best the market affords
-, 8 lb. Can Snowdrift.! _____1.10 I II Tallahassee-where they have beenin in fancy and family-groceries, i Ct
T 1 lb. pkg. Uncolored Japan attendance at the State Collegefor hay, grain, etc. We dell V"'. Watt .
Tea __ ..45 Women. ers &: Carson?Grocery Company.
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'r 1 lb. pkg. Orange Peko Tea .45A' "Sixteen full ounces to the pound32 Jessie May Griffin daughter of ; [: -
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-- full quarts to the bushel" is our Air and Mrs. J. C. Griffin of Kl lllm-
. ; ; No. 2:Can Eagle Sausage, '. motion Waters &: Carson Grocer 'mee, is spending. the week at Fort ( .I -
Meat __._ :; ___- .30 Company. : Meade with her aunt. Mrs. J. W. .. \ :.. .: .!\ '
; No.'2%! Can California Riley Johnson; who more than a Chapman who was] returning home ... ..t.AI\ ,\" ,
score' of represented this ; From a visit in this city. ; ill' .,. ,, .
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Table Peaches .a.: ;; .:.. :L.29: : years ago' _. .
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section in the legislautre and also I Trythe Sanitary Dairy Company! ..
No. 2/2] Can: California served as county commissioner here, for anything and everything In the -- : .

Apricot __________'-__- .25 has been in Kissimmee this week dairy line. Deliveries from 7:80 to i"i .
4 No. 2 Can Pork and Beans .10 from Fort Pierce. 9:00 a. m., and from 5:00: *" to 6:00: p. .
m. Phone Lee Rogers' residence.
No. 2 Can Tomatoes ____>-__ .10 Many_Fish people Lake Park'have mineral been benefitedby water. 17-tfc k.II .

Best Creamery Butter ____- .39 Free for thirty days. Bring clean Arrangements are being rapidly r
:' 2 pkgs Small Atlantic Matches .15 containers. 25-tf completed to apply a coat of oil to
I ar Rev. A. A. Holmes, of Orlando. the newly-finished section of the
I lb. Can Calumet Baking
) i worker for this of street in this city leading to Saint ,
J Baptist field -
Powder _. ..______ .25 part I 1
Cloud for the sake of the t fri
extending
_.;:::-::: :: Florida, will preach in the Baptist dl -- W r 'jtj.
church Sunday morning'and evening. longevity of the rock. Chairman-
FRIDAY-SATURDAY Rev. Holmes is an interesting speaker Johnston has the matter well in
and the announcement of his com hand, and the oil will be ordered at
I 10 Cake Large Octagon ing should fill the church building.
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once.Another j. .
So.pl ,___------------- .63 Fish Lake Park mineral water is splendid pickup of fifteen : : :
,! Smoked Pork Sausage __u .25 excellent for stomach disorders. A dozen fine full-fashioned silk hose. i4t1T;
trial will convince the 'skepticsandfor They are worth $2.50; our price just . .
Cured Picnic Hams._ .19
Sugar thirty'.days the water. js free. now is $1.50. Don't fail to get several
No. 2 Maine Style Sugar Corn .10 25-tf pair. Dollar Limit Store, G. W..

Bulk Oatmeal _______-___ .06 Dr. and ,Mrs. J., Z. Roberson are I Persons Company. J ,
100-lb sack Fancy Short___ 2.05 entertaining their daughter, Mrs. The Dollar Limit Store is now
Bartow Dutton, who arrived from having the greatest sale of army
,. 100-Ib. sack Corn ________ 2.10 her. home in Clito, Georgia, on Wednesday i:goods that has yet occurred in Osce-
Gallon Can Pure Cane Syrup 1.00 for a brief visit. Mrs. E. C. ola county and as may be seen by ..;
.. Ducenberrx is ,expected to arrive the large advertisement in this issueof
from Avon Park on Sunday to visit The Gazette is offering some very
Driak Taylor's. Palace aa4 Old her parents and sister. special inducements for a few days.

Homestead Coffee. Our Immense !\. delightful bungalow home of :The prices are wonderfully low.
1 tuvover enables .* to five rooms all modern and in good There is a probability that the city
will take o6t an Insurance policy
lot. East
shape. Large Garage.
'I I .' "SELL IT FOR LESS"THE front. On brick street. .Nelson upon some of the employees connected -
Realty Company. S with the electric servlce-Hllieie
which will carry $6000 for injuries
The Standard Oil Company has of-
received while at work; for which MARION S. Chairman
ficially notified' the city that it re- LANIBR..
claims be
might justly made.
fuses to pay the sum claimed by -:
TAYLORSYSTEM Kissimmee for the improvement tax Mr. and Mrs. M. H Porter Ver-
,J levied against its property here. The non Porter and his brother O. D. -oQO.- "
,. company declared through Its correspondence Porter along with a dozen more who ,
that the paving cost were anxious to have a day of sport
was excessive and that the property, autoed to Melbourne on undayandand Your Checking Account will be Carefully Handled ''
,was not benefited to the amount then over the great bridge to .
4-STORES claimed. The correspondence was the ocean. They report a charming
referred ;to the finance committee. day-and returned with enough of -000- ,
seafood to make a fine evening meal.
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Something 'new. Have seen
you
f the new style aprons at our store? ;

I < : --.still They ,are they made cah as be bungalow worn as aprons house- Merchants and Farmers Bank

i ,;: Lumber Yard For Sale all dresses seizes; short See. and them sleeves a in theawindow.with two. ; -._....


Company.Dollar Limit Store G. W. Persons S i I of Kissimmee, Florida .;t

:: In Kissimmee, oti ,Railroad Track, at Eddie Hansel), he who runs the '
Ford Fixit Foundry on Emmett CAPITAL $25,000.00 SURPLUS $2,500,00 '
street, has been badgered considerably ,
Great Sacrifice since the issue of The Gazette . I ...... ..--
last week-merely because he is not '
the Eddie 900o' ,
Haaell who was arrested.It --
1.6 acres land, ..Mill Buildings. 4-room'dwWl- happens that,there are two young I-
Desirable.r Hansella having the same cognomenand MARION S. LANIER Chairman n
lri Very .
% ; $ those "who desired .to aa' "
: Business the repairrorrn.lost no opportunity to U.: STATON, President R. 'C., WOODBERY, Vote Pi '
' ;.f Prepare Now For '" do,.ao.. He declare. that several hundred .
r' ,. ,. -- *. .' the adds .R. E. GRAfiEL, Vkf President W;: L.JACKSON shier' ; t
"," f. ; c. *"' 'J : ;3: -J.J; .J. read article (which. ,to ? .t t ? ,
. f the fame ofTh, ,Gazette asa news-
r h. j.l.Jlulips [Lumber 3i Company spreader)>an d..then 'came running-; !
r him to make faces at him." Hontove, 'tw 3'IfifJ:1.ft'9te r. .1Mstq.l+trt'.rlVkhl'41.Akhbfb9"! +tfiiMs344 .M : r
; : it was *' good advertisement far'him
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>not ,I, 1\\ THE. CISSIMMEE''VALLET', GAZETTE, fRlDAT.' JUNET10T192Ir ; ..


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w ,.tOo 'I" ''' 0 .I. .UO UOOH."O OO U..O ; .. .'...... ... .. 0 0 . tU O".I' -- NEW NIGHT', POLICEMAN -.,. .

E Ta .. -. ... : 1 KISSIMMEE '!iOMA 'S CLUBS .1 i DISCUSSED AT LENGTH {|I' :'\'

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,--. ,,1 t H"Tninjr wns c n.lderablyf'nlivenpd -
PRICES THAT ; I By.Celrstu........ J. KrljipUOMtVM ,i because the matttjr. of the 'J'.
SPEAK I removal by the' mayor of tr n* n ,
_ KIIC"nUft'N : C1.tII who has 'so lone and 10 fallhft\ 'Uy .
)Ii'l," at four o'clock on the! nn* servedIn- the capacity or night )po-?
TuftiKlay tafletnoori 'Of 'inch.< montt! <
': of C. A.
1 nit tho' Kunimar' at thy, .:Counti.," lion and the appointment
J Club. William who has beenrmnloved'4i ."
Prenidwnt-Mr H. c; "eiaiifurd, ) .
the ice u.hla successor.Councilman .
h vto..pr...ld<'nt- Mrii.V; II. Meklnaou.aecretoryMFs. . . -plant t.hat.he .
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Johnstonfctatfd
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GOODS :THA T APPEAL M. Kat; IIORIIUISTMIHH
I Klixabuth Oonoirai; chairman nf had nrf interest In the change of ;
... civic<< department-Mra. tt. H. Aollmniiof officials] ; was not spokesman for
__J aecl Mary Paul u1' civic' l
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.. AFTER ALL, THE PUBLIC KNOWSJHAT "SEEING THE GOODS" IS WHAT COUNTS. AT THIS .I I Hlan'er.1 .:J..:...Z. .Hob.iaon. know -(( ."-the .,un'or why the '
without notifyingthe
STORE YOU NOT ONLY SEE THE GOODS BUT YOU HEAR THE LOW PRICES .AILING YOU. ." HOTIIrH.A77ACHPItM; : (:'1.1'It'lf..l. change council was of made the action. lie glen]
Ilt. rou, o'<-W-k .on the drat
and "Third FNdayatt..rno.'n..< cif each asked 1 Mayor May why W. M. Quirk.
Sale Commences Friday June 10 Closes Saturday June 25 month Ht lh.- Cliaptvr.'H<.uno. who h'ud proved his worth to" every
; PresidentMt. *. W: J. Krtpp: .\c.-' business man in the city, had nc.
pr.-&dent-Mrs Jif Mllklneon. (;uMra >
A. T. Hnodcrrasa' ; tn>H''inMr -> .' been given 'a hearing !before hI' wn"removed
.. O. ,,,. Boat, chairman of civic' -that he might disprove. .r
MEN'S PALM SUITS depurtmvnt-Mr../ 1...., H. IIIKIHJII, and such charges as were made against! ,. !
BEACH Mr..< A. T. Mot rlson; chHlfmau ut ,1\11. send
to
w..Uare---Mr.. J. 12. him-adding it was unfair
Lupfcra ''
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$17.50 Men', Palm Beach Suits..-.___._$13.75 Genuine Palm Beach Pants___.:______..:_ 4.85 -- '. _I'd-to a man that he was discharged / : "
W. T;T T. and give no reason for the act.
18.00 Tropical Suits ?___.._________._ 13.00 I. Dark .Gray Palm Beach Pant_________,. 4.95 'Mu'-ta at four o'clock on the nawinrt; The mayor laid he received' reports -

27.50 Tropical .Worsted Suit __...______ '20.75 Me.'. Work Pub Sold' At. Great .Reduction. and month fourth In. the Friday Chapter aftrtnooiiH Houan.. of .n'h from several that the night
- i'realdantMrn M. A. Clark mcictfiry man (Quirk) had not been! doing 1m i I I I ]
-Mra John McPhntter, IrwuurerStra full work and, as he' had the appointing -
.
': MEN'S COLLARS AND TIES25c -- W: H. Col man.1I4KT '
"" of such officer, he--believed
Men's Laundered Collars now____,_$ .19 I $1.00 Men's Ties _uu___________.. __ .75 MRMOIII41.Me i I he had the right/ to "fir*" him if the -
I "*. al. the Call of the pmnldentPresident .. ':work wall not carried on in the prop-
35c Men. Soft Colitis, now___...______* .27 | 1.50 Men's Ties ___.__________,-u1.1' -Minn ElltalToth Ixitivirnn.aevrvtary' i er manner "As long as I am mayor I,
Mra. W. H Bullock trvuinr j
I . 2.00 .Men*. Tie. 1.50 .>r-Mra.- H. C. Stanford : :-Illirarv- ,' every officer under me will have to.do I
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:: :r 'h..lrm"n-Mr. A. W. 'VI"n."ED ;, bin work in proper manner or ,, ] |

MEN'S.' SHIRTS ,' --- : trtoMs SWIKTV, l j| he'll_.counci1manJllhnatoILimlsUo)] be removed' said the mayor. -
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-1ltP'Ft.--ont'I."larn--morttttr' --r
-- tOO---Mt1rTSbirt.; -------""----------$-:79 en's -Shins '__________________ 2.35' Id full lit Thi' ''ftimiUT llii'iim"-- tl-Quiflt-ftRd! been d..rlllirt l in his (In" '
oaldpntMra. W. .1. Krliipvlco; ]] l. he should have been r
1.50 Men*. Shirts __'_.,._u___________ 1.15 :!Men's harts ______________u__ 2.65 : prcaldrnt- .-Mra<1 H.W. n Real Aultman., trt-ajtuier:; .neerrtor9Mr. ties given as a alleged hearing{; and allowed to present I

2.00 Men's Shirts ___;-___1_____-- 1.55 Men's Shirts ______________u__ 3.35 : Howard Kate -- 'j his! side of the case. "No court I
'!Ian the WI'rId wilV-convlct) a man until /
MEN'S UNDERWEAR IIt<:AITIf <'L.I H ] he has. had a chance to refute the
.M-ota at right. o'clock melt Muii l.ix : indictments against him" he do.1a.t'd. -
\ <*nlnu al th Chapter llnuaol'rgat .
$1.00 Men's Athletic Union Suit. note_..$ ,79 {I 90c Men's Seal Pax Union Suits now___-.-68 _, .. i d;l''iitMra., . !S -1t< Auliin.iii; ser .- ".1 have nothing against
retaiyMIH N..t: Tatk. arslataot Williams who you .said waR'not 1/0.1/ ::
$1.50 .Men'. Seal: Pax Union Suits now.. 1.19 ': *<. IUI'.r-M"-" Johnt..Phntt'r : j; ; ; ; ;
:
i light rentals l hut I still believe] you
MEN'S WORK CLOTHES \MAH T3 il;;T IIKI.IKK } i have nn right to appoint a mnn to : :; :
C'ounlv 'aIO'.II--I'. ra. q: \\' H..... the dIke unless. that appointment : : i
I 75c Men's Chambry Shrts _____u_____$ .59 2.00 Men's, Heavy Blue Overalls/ _______ 1.55 : ,'i..confirmed \In this bo
$1.00 Men's Chambry Shirts ___ ______ .75 I 2.50 Men's Heavy Blue Overalls___ ___ 1.85 : 'MO'... Bart' Bryan entertained\ the still' insist tot in r removing a man j; i '
Kissimmee Woman's Club at theI ( I : ; :
: who has been such sat .far- ,
1.50 Men's Heavy Blu. Overalls. :_____ 1.35"" 2.50 Men's Work, Pants____ __________ 1.95 . I i Country has flub*'* Friday afternoon. tion as Quirk' has giving been J'ivin'g'J : ; ;:; << :. : :! :: ;:; :::: ,
Florida no place attractive
,ti MEN'S SHOES than this little spot full more of rest and man business whp. men is commended in time city by as all a conscientious tfc-( .

t h The Florsoeim Shoes Gives Service Satisfaction. quiet which, one just has south a beautiful of the] town perspective from wntchman-without allowing ; i flii i: i ff lll
him with his
to come out own :
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of Lake s ? I
I AH Florsheim Shoes. This Sale_________$ 7.95 I I All Florsheim Qxfords. Tim Sale______- 7.55 The hour Tohopekalipra.from 4 to ti o'clock] were :,, testimony. allegations in nn against attempt him to refuteany you ; ; : i

W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES largely social but business matterswere hove exceeded your authority."

ATT$14.00 Douglass Shoes ajt This Sale$7.85 All $9.00 Douglas Shoes uuu___ 6.75 the president interspersed, Mis, presided II. C. Stanford.over by ,' The altercation was long and in
terestingthf appcintm'nt being
t All $13.00 Douglas Shoes at This Sale 7.85 All $8.50 Douglas Shoes ______________ 5.95 There was a ]large attendance and considered more in the light of the (

:e All $12.00 Douglas Shoes, at This Sale___ 7.85 All $8.00 Douglas Shoes ____________u 4.95 '', much enthusiasm was shown in prospective I manner in which the removal was!
work. Many members will made than of the officials them-
r All $11.00 Douglas Shoes, at This Sale_. 7.85 $7.50 Douglas Shoes _________'________ 4.75 soon leave for the mountains, lakesor l .selves Councilman Rosen said that :

,.: All $10.00 Douglas Shoes, at This Sale__ 7.65 $7.00 Douglas Shoes ____________u___ 4.55MEN'S j seashore; however monthly .meetings ''as the appointment had been madeit : I f
of the club will be maintained
would] be the better plan to allow It
.WORK SHOES: .
throughout the summer BO that n matters to remain as they were

{ All .$7.50 Men's Work Shoes________:___$5.50 I All $5.00 Men' Work Shoes_____::______ 3.95 measure of interest' may be sustainedto I rather than bring about anu hard 1;

All $6.50 Men's Work .Shoes________--__ 4.95 I| All $3.50 Men's Work Shoe.___::________ 3.15 the give fall. impetus to large things in ,,.feelings pacification.; he was He" a agreed firm believer with the in for:1'' !,

': All $3.00 Men' Work Shoe.____________ 2455 Mrs. L. II. Ingram and Mrs. A. T. I mayor that Williams so ]long as he
Morrison are pushing some work had funds to handle might makeIgood 1
no t
One Lot Men Work Shoe ju.t arrived.
for the Mothers-Teachers Club along I / ; in any event he thought things
Solid Leather ______________,...____$Z35 civic lines. For nearly a year some had better be dropped. The mayor ti,
i .
plans have been undeveloped becauseof I stood pat on the declaration that he i
uII r QUEEN QUALITY LADIES' SHOES lack of funds and time by the had the right to "hire and fire"- /
chairman. The federal lot was plow- but members of the council were firm
$14.00 Boots now _____----_______.;..$7JS 7.00 Pumps and Oxfords, now--______ 5.65 : ed last fall-but it Is being plowed I| in their stand that the mayor's actions -

12.00: Boot, now _____-__________ CSS 6.00 Strap Pump and Oxfords, now___ 4-5 ... again removed, now and, the permanent stumps first improve-being I, before must they be validated become by binding.the council -

11.00 Boot, now ______________u___ 5.95 Lot No.2: Ladies'and Misses White Strap : ments will be finished soon. The ,1 I When the council adjourned Williams :

10.00 Boots, now .___._______.>______ 5.75 Pumps and Oxford just arrived. ;Baby. ... small given park attention near the too.depot Weeds has have been and was still acting left as night man I

10.00 to $13.00() .Ladies black?aad brown French and Military Heel.; will be"sold at : been cut plowing] done and. next (I i- Mayor May first.

Oxfords MitiUryand. French Heels great bargains.. Will have Bargain Coun- week plants will be set out. I HORRORS ARE PILING UP .
The class in American citizenship
now at _. '_?..__!:_?___. ._-.___ 735 'ten of'Shoe, for Men, Women-and' Children r. ,: will continue its study: completing DURING:THE; EARLY TEAR .i I
,
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'Pumps.'Military Heels, now.e.as Come and see. '. I'* the, course'in three nrbre' meetings. S..era1hoDd were killed as a :' f
. 1 ', Mrs. Akerman leads this week Mrs. t
t: 'I" the flood' which caused
r.<. a
T ] Makinson and J'\I
f ; R. M08ley.Mra. monetary
: ;: loss' of more than $$15,000-
Best'will lead 'at..succeeding
) : < Mra.
------75e.Men; i *" ; 000'in the vicinity of Pueblo Colorado ; I I
I : meetings. and federal fid ,has been ask } .
: ; ; j :rE!
: The W; C. T. U. has just completed the
I I.
50c Men hue Sox. now ______________..3tc | $1.00. Mans 'Silk So.. now ___.__________79 a very Successful two weeks' drice I to the extent'of condition $20,000,000 of people of to that relieve : j f
for new members. The call for this I
Pv;[ ,\ .MEN'S HATS. AND CAPS. million member drive came from rushed section.into Several the waters railway of the Arkansas trains I I : !
national] headquarters, given by that
river and and
;, One lot Cap.. 75c to $2.00. now_-________55c I All Felt and Wool Hats at from 25 to 50 per- one-time modest little performer on hundreds were were drowned.swept away Scientist I, 1

Straw Hats to go at 25 to 50 I| cent discounL the old-time Mason-Hamlin organ 1 assert in some cases, that these awful 1
whom Miss Willard but '
found now -
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tragedies are due largely to the
I iESoDEP 1 adored for her leadership
ARTME so greatly great
} Anna Jordan. : great approach comet of the which Mona is Wenicke rushing, the to- !
":' Mrs. V. conducted the
EVERYTHING IN LADIES'" DEPARTMENT' r 75c Union Siits. now _._______________ .55 local I drive Mary in which Boyer 33 women and I' wards this earth at a tearful pace- it ]

1. WILL BE MARKED DOWN IN PLAIN FIGURES 25c Ladies' Vest, now -____....,_________ .19 )2) men-brand new members-were I and greatly some disturbed declare for the'earth several; months.will be

35c Ladies Vest, now ________________ ..25 obtained. Last Sunday evening in' i
$6.00 Jack Tar Dresses, from 10 to 12 75c Ladies' Apron, now ______________ .58 he-Christian church Mrs. M. H. Fulton I, Three hundred and fortythreedeath iI

years, now '_________________$3.95 $1.25 Ladies Apron, now ____;..___u__ .98 convincing, of!Jacksonville address. gaVe She, stressed a stirring the, I' sentences were carried out in I
5.00 Jack Tar Dresses, from. 6 to 10 ISO Warner' Rust-Proof Corset. now__ 1.15 needs of the child-our greatest asI(the-British army during. the war. ,'

k ., now _._______________. 3.75 2.00 Warner' Rust-Proof Corsets now.:_ 1.55 set our greatest civic interest. Mrs.Fujton I
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1 3.85 Jack Tar Drew from-4 6.yara 2.50 Warner' Rust-Proof Corsets now__ 1.98 was on the Isthmus of Panama It t

Now _______-________________ 2,75 3.50 Warner' Rust-Proof Corsets now__ 2.95 went in the Her campaign travels' when her observations 'Panama 1
dry.
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r, 630 Jack Tar .Dresse., from 10 to 12" We have an endless variety of notion, efi:.. that make her a worth-whilespeak-|
now 4 5 will be impossible to lost but will sell Made
{ ------ --- ------- we Just
6.40 Jack Tar Dresses. 12 year, now... L35 everything at a reduction of 20 to 30 per- er.At the Chapter House Tuesday evening : f.1

$11.00 Blue Suits _-_________-_______.: 7.75 cent discount. tne"ty. C. T. U. held a sociala
330 White Pleated Skirt ________ 245 $25.00 Ladies Silk Dresses Jubilee in a way-rejoicing as '
now ____________$19.00 to results of the drive and bestowing And Always ;j E
Big lot Jack Tar Middy Blouse will be reduced 24.00 Ladies Silk Dresses_____-_::_-__ 18.00 rises to whom prizes were due.

25 ;o 40. percent. 20.00 Ladies Silk I Dresses________--__ 14.00 ..Crs. Duncan received" the W. C. T, .
+{ I All ,Children'i Hose will. be reduced 20 percent. .Ladies Gingham presses. Bungalow Aprons, U. pin, Mrs. Clark the W. C. T. U.

'a 75e Ladies' Verts now ..$. S550e .' Voile and Orgaodie Dresses'will' be sold at spoon, and Mrs. Coleman] year's .. .You. secure 1
I --------------- Union A '
subscription to the Signal. '
*'l Ladies Vat,'now ______________ Jt a great reduction. leasing] program was given in 're d- strengts', -fla
tags and songs rendered. by Misses 1
.f DRY GOODS
.. '- Nina Bratton. Dot.Makinson, Patsy. ,lime1 dririKby:: ) .!
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50c Towels_ each ______________________38c Unbleached Muslin 36 inches deSc to 20c lakinson Margaret and Elisabeth Branson and:Waring.Misses ; Lu- t

'90c Linen Towel, each _________________75c Best Calico Prints per yard_________,_----lOc cile ,Qriffln accompanied the soloist
25c Best CingKam. 27 inches wide____,.---19c 'Shirting Print per yard ________,_________8c ne: clubrooms ware beautiful with

KI 9-4 PepperellJSbeeting. at ______________43c 36-inch Heavy, Indian Head* per yard______21e choice flowers and punch and wafers

UQ\eee 'Cloth at ..4,-----__.:8e" Mattress Ticking. per yard ______-' -____..ISc the were occasion'served. was A. pleasing the attendance feature of of INSTANT :i

75c yard SIIk'Striped Gingham 36 }inches 25, yard Toweling Cloth ________________19c Saint Cloud numbers--eleven In number .
"t' wide ___________,'____,__________SSc 20c yard Toweling Cloth ________________16c25c : .)In. B. B. Aiiltroan, vfce-nres- .j
., One Lot Ladie Shirt Waist, values $1.00 Bath Towel. 18x36 inches.,______-_19c dent, in the absence' of Mrs Clark, (instead os.c: ')

to WOo at_________.:____________98c We will sell one large Claxtonia Talking presided. Mrs. Frazure, fofrnerly] aresident I

4 $1.45 Ladies' Nigh I Gown, now_______-$ M Machine, price $225. .Sale I }P.ncelL$180.00 .Miami, was of also Kissimmee a welcome but guest now of f I

is z, 2.00 LadieNight.Gowns, now________ 1.75 175.00 SmallerMchn, at :______ 14S.09 can be .made 'in$ :,\

2.50 Ladies*-Night Gown, .>>ow.-_____._ l.M Rea -Made,,JSeamles Sheets.. 7? 90-___ .81 Itching diseases be controlledand !rby meaSuring :1
i' .AU Insertion will be sold at half-price during Pillow Slips 42x36 inches------------- .%3 < .cause Snow removed. Liniment.by applying The relief Bal.lard' is- '.
powdered
I'f: this sale. Goodwear Sheet. 81x90 -'-__.'______-__ 1.55 ', prompt and permanent.. Three sizes, 1 .11
t All Laces and Edgings at one-fourth off. 1 ,QOHt. value 650. now____________$4.75 SOc-60e and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by with a teas :

) Bleached Muslin per yard ________lOc to 23c I Quilt. $3.00 value now___-._________ z.st 3.IL.. Roberson. ** r ''I
the .
placing,; :, ,

$ ; ''t" PLEASE. REMEMBER THAT WE, HAVE .ONLY LISTED,tAi SiyfALL LOTOF; 'ptlR. ; fOCK, BUT WOULD- IMPROVE RAILWAY PARK in a cup, ,then a

., WE WILL-MAR1C EVERY. ARTICLE IN THE STORE IN PLAIN FIGURES AND THE LOWEST AT : STATIONMrs. hot Better

1 'J:.;. PRICES THAT CANBE JIADE A. T. Morrison chairman; of .water. .
mnentl.the..lrlothft'8.Taachen. ;; "
the'f'ic\ de .
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.,Club, is in charge! ; ''the .XJ eXV $ Idges on. m; ?t

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.5 raj+J.tara every*'III aktJw.*oUar"'Mr'of the obje fuad tiv4to" devoted: MeIiatf \ . .... "' ..,

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J. ,a.OtI-GVEk'THE STATE \ r

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F Jit la, claimed that an audit of the _
1 ; I books of a.'former of -- '
superintendent '
ItIte7erIains ,
:" -' public Instruction of Suwannee coun THAT ,$SATISFIES ,. ,. 't
.ty shows he has,stolen approximately : I
115,000.' It Is charged he issued RELIABLE' COMPANIES \ .
warrants 'to fictitious negro teachers! -PROMPT .
"
1 ]: jutii MMMIM. :
:potirs So'auceesi1ul' has been the! man fr rw if" _Vka ,
agement 'Of the Municipal+ t electric .
.. .' -' '
I"" light plant at Fernandina that the ClVtUSAhTUAI.
.. 'I. .. 1 I * board .of public works is "
-r.J !- IT WA6r"eompawy! i NeW t>'TH E-Brown ". better. now considering .
\ !' . '*' . .'-... IN . baby lowering the price from.the .t' LUPFtR'S l siJR Nffi (GiN
:., ; - 12c rate 'Which has been in for "
-: A use .,, .... ..
BUT
WHEN I eolIo'POUND minute later. ,
.4 : r ". sometime.: -" 'iII' .. . .. 't
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I r! -, ,i' ," 1THE' .... .1$ __ ,' ... ., .
II I... .' the. Browne.HADf '. :.SMITHS. . changed their.mind.. i ,;Colonel Robert-c.:1urck:: ,"ot kJaeWsonvtlle : ;. .. ,.....
It. A 'I-" jNND -' . : W
itck., \''baby*. #, iI'4- :, / : THE! -.' .Jilnu x,* ,''laii1od. lofftCHU'-whl", baa-been k C, PJ ejected'..:r,qJIJr.state;of health;Plaint '. ru,.1 i 4 Up I_ II **._ *< W... >. 4.0. I $!! Ies1I.' _

..
-lii. *i "OH City, has been -elected .
WELL, I eald.b. j > presfdent* .
if. AND s COULDNT.eoan.. .. .., ..'. ,!+.. .fjf orthe sUUr board ol health l i to sue. P .,."..w. .. _... II, r j vI ', ,.',
"'THE MORE Ile mem. Joe UtJEarman. of West Palm I
'0 1 cbortl.d''Ok, Joy -
., ... 'qt.'ft.. Beach, resigned.) '
lad"h. W1iHAT'B THtdlger'ea..fOHERR ? { .. : U8 t, _
WON'T $UE' \b&'WELL -. county o. fri
'
.,. .' ., -* Orange .is preparing' to- Jr. ,
? tr v i 1.n't cote 'on. ,,. ri .
{ EATS for two1* ( enough food; ; an, Usuanc of bonds for ; "
. good roads 'whf'jeh''wi" 11 111.4L -'a'' r '
.tJ ] X V ., carry.< aee 1 I't' 1JC'J. 4'i i' !
+ MLL'Fkitb
.J RUT; NO Sue said.*- ., .. ... .. value cff.$2, )0OOOUtTheprepoMUortis NofTcbl 1b'h jKbl.MK' .at'i r..c 'I Hiticludttiie
'II. .! said :
1- ' \ U.have beeheartily, aQd ned .
T *YOU-. 'DON'T ..jpow;' ... 9M THE c/sarett..tM.awty. bta; masvweetlpg-therobelngbuttwo < 9ciaI dnl; ; d ::..bo I .4 A&Vdi' !!." '
.. ', ..'i l citUwn ,
*Y# b'YOU' womuei'ea1 present at itbe-.gat baring
,i .'_ WASTE 1 *u th& tooJU8T ,. f..'i** T4 talk. .. who,objected to C the program M laidv r r'i'i a' iHt11 ioxiyiffi: ; : '
{$ I ? p ;e ND: .ETWEKN.thv two.r" .u ,, 1p I
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ON.yoi1'AND ,. Hoit5( V't..t pkW kuVtforJ i ,,:de"
J : : ' Sri county' 1rro. w
t' t
Cglam'gia "
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1 .O VwLEraVHON| : I 'S a'l.t rot4,.43 dr hw y+8 >pted. p ,: .Cat'.u; ;.i-ikfto; whei' rad.wptlott>;: .
.1. the ;. conunmionrmanarftB,, Jtarmo, ., t"
I t. ,,. ;o.; tioi4 &:a1'k" f :etnment.' E/.J. Booter..,.E. >A, of dblitiu" i tlf AxVs. U. .io'aVd'1j 1: ,"
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'- .., -flt. .....i, t, ycCloekey1 +'endG! Forrester-.have .t J" 4 ,
-,-- -- ------- -_.,-- auT.T: Y.bad rea "cllu... ..",. beenplecte&egm1n 1 ; giODeraad-that the.yeah!!.1919apsy" tm .
AJr.71PI ,Tw..i' s0 / tried'the Jo.--j : FtJ'L'-eomp.Dy. '- ody1i+ IOTr.man..d"'loth **|' k" L/ """ I { '
THE Wit a.e-.aew.-Mir time any- officials needed, for the,"care t oT: .tt! principal B.> o'Wir otutipftidr
A.apo.rd ala.Mrittnc I and control of : .: ti
the
you ,,.. .... ........ 'ANpf THEvVeH'for It ,'. 1rrQRgem to "hit the spot" municipality. li
I _.r.eia..of 5Q CA..tr.MIAs . 0' . good blending (by aprrtate Complaint) .has been ..madVby.t.:: texcII' Plu>> 8X'p6F.knW ,
A AN WHEN grab for fotr.s'JUIt'h fnnMuU that can't bo copied), j-5 "* 2'B7'* '
:-. '...J...,A and bonpaet....:,.e.a,." \.., . . g d-looItiDc package; with an airtirfct lock.ernment.having engineer-ten left that open, e too al1e..of.much. ,w .. andtdstorcniicbllatltm ti Certlf> 1- .
.bo read7: On count an J>I.'e Vf
t very
AIR TIGHT wrapper. .
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and '
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to
. little'regard; f having been,
o4r+ B e a pecAhol6 ' ; II, .Ilraund: downright. good amoke.' paid to the; letelnof Lake Okoechobee r K
THE-PHONE'1IeU'ua&lea. All tie citeS.Tt
.. "SatWr''T orer place. fi f-
err -y. . the tent'-watet that ha.dredge receded operations, to'such on an ox-i the s! applifa. to-paY+>a i"O'"i ft wh' o : "

1O Caloosahaichee Bare been impossible.The before, ; July"t, 1921. ,i..J I
t claim la made'.that for all practical .
is best.purpose a level of fifteen feet J.: Rfl GILBERT ''aCityC1ei


O S. J. Peabody:-;of; Daytpna Beach, . 4 r 4 ,

after a series of experiments In the rt
.
.. pi eradication of mosquitoes is urging
>> O the placing of bird houses in the
I trees .as .an almost perfect remedy . {
lie has succeeded In routing mosquitoes *-i .. ,
andother insects from his estateon .
-- ,'- - --
the Halifax river by this means --------r--. ;;
and the hundreds of birds attracted

i LIGGETT tt Mvttj> TOBACCO Co.: to the estate have literally annihi- .
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lated the pests .

H The appropriations- for the- various

_ _. _ -- --.'-C _ -r- T (educational institutions of the state The Indialantic Bridge@
1 1 were well-looked after in/the meas-
.
Under a new law women of :Jamaica 666 cores Malaria,. Chill and Married and unmarried women in ure which 'was paused by the Florida
British West Indies, vote Columbia the
distinguished by
may are .
Fever BiKoiu Fever CaUt Del La- legislature. It carries an >ropiation '
' for parochial'boards and the leglslarture. way in which they -wear--flowers- ap : .
: Of $1,575.200divlded> - -
betweenthe THINaTHAr"EVER
c Grippe, or mo ey refoaded. their hair. ,. university, agricultural experiment HAS PROVED THr GREATEST,

_. .,-__ ._T -.....-----'-. -- station, the college for women. HAPPENED TO BREV AitD"COUNT ,
.. .. ,
--- -p ..- ...., the school for the deaf, and the blind,
the I.
t if' agricultural and mechanical college -
for negroes. .

The bar of EVERY DAY SEES NEW PROPERTY-OWNERS. IN ''THE
Orange county has for- .
I.
warded a petition to Governor Cary
Cord Tires for Siiiall'Cars BEAUTIFUL INDIALANTICLOTS
A. Ifardec endorsing the appoint : \ ,
a ment of Frank A. Smith, a lawyer,
as a successor to the late Judge Wil- . .
liam Jklartin. The! petition declares ARE SELLING AT A MORE RAPID RATE' THAN-.EVER
Lower Cost that no ill-will extends to Miss Hart ; L
i *. ; who was recommended\ by the county 4
''committee, but the bar believes it ia .
I.' a "man's job" and therefore endorse THERE WERE MANY DOUBTERS" WHO WILDLY ; ,
.. _
.
In1' clincher' 30x3/'inch the nomination made.
" our type Goodyear f I (.1

b 'e Cord Tire; we haVe'endeavoredto: give.own The State Bank of New Smyrna BELIEVED THE' BRIDGE WOULD NEVER BE. "COMPLETED. ''

r o ers of small cart.all the cord tire'sdvantages; has just had 'a blanket insurance pole 1 . .. 1 I .
/'Ii .. icy for' 25,000 placed on. its funds I C >" n l 'f JS
t ..4. .1. 4 at a low price}; When you 'see this tire'you the pojicy covering loss to.depositors ., 1. ''t' rr f
if AND THOSE MEN' NOW ARE: THOSE WHO ,WOULD1BUY "
( will say we have succeeded. It enables ,the from any cause or source even covering ; '"' i, ;

k 'Ri' i, i FordMaxwell; or Chevrolet: owner''to. get I I radius delivery by messengers within ,. ., ,,. .'. ." ., ... . ',',:' '!", <,.,:',:: :
a of twenty -miles from the ., ) ,' .' rI-C-I-.... .,..., <;, c1;::t {It" 4't', of"! r ,, -"a tire'identical in quality'with: the'Goodyeai''OW; banking house. The policy covers THEY SEE THE OPPORTUNITIES THEY'VE ,
NIISSEb
' Cord Tires that are used*on the world's fin all employees of the bank and al AND.NOW', { ;
I losses through employees, whether
N I est cars, for little more than he formerly paid by violence or in any manner what NOW PROPOSE TO MAKE GOOD ..

4: for a fabric tire of the 'same size. You can ever. 0

r.. buy this 30 3-inch Goodyear Cord Tire Alleged mismanagement in the
.. '(THE BRIDGE BEAR IN 'MIND WILL SOON BE '
-with all its comfort, long wear and economy use of funds in the Lake Worth "OFFICIALLY I : y
Drainage district, and
terms of
resentment "
t t -from your nearest Goodyear Service against the judge of the OPENED. ) ,

i 1fe Station Dealer today for only '- I fifteenth judicial district, have caused .
I a fracas of no small size in Palm ,-
Beach' county. Governor Hardee has : ,
: $24 50' promised a complete investigation as
i1 ; I soon as possible-while the circuit More Lot H... Been Sold at ladialaitic Witkia ;

.f ,judge has cited the supervision into
TUB. GOODYEAR TIRE &: RUBBER COMPANY I court on a charge contempt. There Tea Days Thaa Dariaf.Aay Preceding<< Two Weeks ': 1i
t!
'. is little doubt that the investigationwill
World
Office Throughout the disclose a lot of misplaced cash !

I !eal4RibaAit.We.tMrt 70.JNNoe.ekd of understood the reclamation that of late project-but matters have it is YOU KNOW THERE'S A REASON FOJl.1l- .
T.....Fabric c.... 1750 Fabric C..,n.rt $1575 been '
rightmost economically.

.>.o.sss......I H>t .T&-iot...--Tube. .3-5-. oafs a.ryw T.....-. s Z'n' - Jeanette K. Thompson, ofWe*

k 1'I Palm Beach, has filed suit for divorce "
f\ '""" I,.I from Edgar C. Thompson, alleginga INDIALANTIC SALES COMP'Y
statutory offense, and seeks the ,
.
custody of their two-year-old daughter. "
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Thompson was the district '
. pros-
Sales Manager: HENRY O. HART. ,i,
ecuting atfrtrney who was appointed '
;if;. to his position by a late governor WITH H. M. BREAKER REALTY COMPANY a '
and afterwards removed for drunk- .
f. enness. The voters of the district : Telephone 230 KISSIMMEE 115 Broadway d l
re-elected him as a candidate for the li
'
f same position-after a most' bitter
fight which caused the resignationof
( E. B. Donnell, then circuit judge. .
Up to the present time Thompson
'
J has not been appointed to the position -
. h he has been occupying-and it GAZETTE I "WANT ADS ARE WINNERS t..

is strongly rumored he will not be., t.E E

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... *' First Grsdei Olive Bowen, 'Jessie j. )

I Colonel W.,J. Bryan'hat hioved t o I Mae Griffin, Virginia Hannah, Helen
Mi iami, to make his future home Hansel!; Melrose Shurnan, Mary
." This is as it should! be, and, we wet Charles Baker John Muller? Donald n.'\

: come this distinguished citizen to, Steinman,, Leroy Simpson, Lloyd \
I our state., Soma> astute politician 4 I Smith Robert Ward, Morrie lie .,, '- '
give!: a sly wink and ,aay, "senator- Yoweli.! Pat Miller, Herbert Quinna _I 1I I iti1\\ '.
ship.Well, what of It? ..We'vehad Paul chore, Woodrow Tindall,'' J., C.
one ,senator Bryan from this Partin Rene Ledbetter Jack Bass. '.
.
,. state and why can't ,we have another Clifton Bass, George Key. Herbert .4-. . ,
'''Leader" .behaves Smith BUI '.fi+, rr I II Ic
? If the ?PeerleM Clayton Seabert. ,,O'Bry-
"" 0. "'OM .-t t.Amedcaa.shlpe. pas well in Florida) as- .he has kn, George Shaw, William{ Jones, I ,
in Nebraska we're fOr him. Dorothy Myers. Elizabeth Deyoreo;

," De Rheta. Alderman, Martha Mae
), 6yaf The wife of a wealthy broker In Newby Marvin King, Cecil Alvey
die' Scmn* and .Strips* I one of our northern slates has been Francs Smith, Milford Carr, Wood- 1

will anei arrested for. *stealing./ She had row Jaa-gar,'UlrolJJohnao1l George
f carry you moved in good society; and being rich Thomason Lloyd 1'IcCallcntgh. 'Lloyd I ; ' ;
your goodU.where ahe had no need of the things that Austin, Marvin, Wellington, DanLumbsrdy 4T :

,16 Two... Are.......... she into stole.the case Alienists say that who she have is a looked kleptomaniac Phillips. ;' Edna. Barclay, Lorena .

ryo, the Stsn MIll Strip and. is so influenced by a Secoad Grade: Ruth Perry. Anna -. .

were. all ovter fce world.TWft "latent impulne"" that she cannot Kempel; Lois Whidden; Margaret ....
tIM, alsnoet: raeiishsii help stealing. That may be the highbrow Whidden, Thelma Champaign Mae

r 1 frog the seven -. Kit way of looking at it, but we Lang, Caribel Higdon, Billie Partin, .
think that when ahe was caught Rodney Carr Eugene Simmons John -
is toeUy they ace btdk. af ajaV; *.ques 'rlnc_other people's property Sullivan, Jim ,Campbell, MldredCarr, '., -
..g apll.ded .ee..a.u, Aaanw. there should be a nearby sheriff Dorothy Zelgler, Frances Young
f ........... ..aCetr.ts.d.r.ytag.: with, a "latent impulse" for locking Sadie Alvey, Elizabeth Bass EstelHertzel.
... .../ gooirw u..... folks who would put ,her where ;
1- up Frances Jtfay, Patsy
Padgett
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cr-.. __ .n',....... she couldn't visit with her old mao Thelma Smith
Mary Frances Smith.
h.tb4" with tk. k... .DJ except:! by talking through a grated India Lesley Leslie Joiner Howard
s Sorlpw proudly. '6..r.atg 8..a widow. This Woman's record.was Higdon. Charles Grantham, Frederick l".l,
their resat further, investigated, and it was Gilbert, Matthew pavi Allen

..__-ell'ftII04IcIT'. Ip '" ta, learned that owing to another "lat Davis Roy Breaker, Billie BellTDick-
c.
ent impulse" she has been married Th
I fftr'"tt ply MWI ntlang. testa 1M > ie Waring, Bill Tindall rade a / .
four times.
cigarette
..
..... _._ .. Skird..Grade--.there--.Alt .
--
--- Ruth Overatreet
Annie Ruth Joiner, ..
U . dP"IT" THE ROMANCE OF MR. CELERYSQUASIL. il Earl Remington, John Phay, Louisa

....I. a"s. Now ... Muller, Lola Peaks, Oliver Carson, his in .
v..at N. Y A Serial.-Chapter 1. I I Haley Duke, Lindsay Draggers Ray- my day
..._ c.-w. The nun wan an hour high when I jmand Dayson Burton Holcombe.! _. '
50Re.......Md. l
_Gey__......u.,1J___ Mr. Celery Squash awoke with the I ITom Tyson, Robert Mach Joseph
!.. t.......V.N y feeling that he had made a fool otihimself. ,,,' ds, Herbert Bass, Hampton ] The Camel idea
.. wasn't born then. It the
N.. .4 tbto tar! L L Ca., His head ached, likewisehis I was .1
Bowen '
r-- Lloyd Bass, H
1 .., New Ywk.ttire N T. ,rry Bert Dale]
...2.. Ce., ., nwd..r. stomach, likewise also his back Johnnie Draggers, Percy Myers, Raymond (exclusive expert Camel blend that revolutionized {
. Y. I and bin tongue felt as though it was I Myers, Oscar Lee Partin, William !- .
U. L M.ir a. a. C., a Ilstad..r.N16re covered with rabbit fur. He knew Prather Russell Swain, Billie cigarette smoking.

e.Y.;...... C.M ...... in vague way that his ill feelings Smith, Murray Tyson, Alice Bass I
.!.a.....5..v.N Cot) Foal y a ... .-. were caused by the supper he had I'';Lucile Gilbert Bessie Johnson, Dor- That Camel blend of choice Turkish and 'Domestic I
eaten the night before. lie was a'rill Keen, Joy Makinson, Iris Partin
Shippinc Free Bo-rd%*.. d film Bachelor and had prepared the meal I Margaret Partin. tobaccos hits just the right spot. It gives Camels such

-N r.ot1.. ..-- limself. He dimly remembered that Fourth Grade. Erma Denning mellow
.100 .f S1Mp0"M mildness
and
al.e.r .."s. asses .Vn.t.. of seer. I he had eaten quite freely of boiled Shirley Smith, Eva Tindall, Dorothy fragrance 1 I '
t . .. ...
.
_. hand-me-down-beans few '
cabbage, a I McCrane, Della Fleming, Hazel Kick- "n' .
._,-..A.-----...1M .. Writ. LrLIo..aiss= raw onions and a piece of noting liter, Elizabeth Steffee: Gladys Wellington = The first time I: smoked Camels I knew they were .
......H. L... .. beef; but shucks, that was John Makinson, Herbert Ma-
au.-. 11...... .ll,I.J'. 'f'' 3... t. to make a fellow feel bum! I kinson made for me. I knew they were the smoothest finest
Herbert Breaker, Emil -
} No W,. ..........-. D C. Duke
Mli(1r After thinking a while as clearly II Maynard Poulk Tom Bell, Arthur cigarette in the world at price. .
roe
"HIM as bin physical condition would permit Fowler Edward Champaign, Leverte any
-s.ew..ie.. he came to the conclusion that Bass, Peter Makinson Albert
Ira s.d.ssl Rogero -
/art r-. he. was a glaring failure as cook, Vernon Westfall James Perry Nobody can tell me anything different '
d'S..=- ..w.jets. manager and general housekeeper. Eunice Bass, Thelma Davis Lena
.
-- H's..r.Fonallingk.JJ9ugFr
y..i. Thin meditation led him to decide Draggers, Dona Goodman, Lilla
hat he needed a wife to look after I Hammack Mary Hankins Louise
alls hill welfare and deep down in his McLean, Agnes Ordas, r DL.NDD P
...11 frrit' ships I. I I Marguerite
mind he resolved that he would marry Saucer, Alma Shuman Erma White
s parts..ft.wKldmdaJ'.fher'jAf just as soon as he could find a: Lonnie Woodall Margaret Yates .
riati.* writ girl that suited him. I Willard Gresham. K.i.HCYNOUU T.k..wC:.. CamelNEWSPAPER
t wt..n.-s.r.,N.C.
Whenever Celery thought of mar Fifth
Grade
Willie
: Durham Jo
..j.flu dew /$.** ta' riage a vision "of two young ladies. Denning, Franklin Edwards, Gettice

came instantly into Mil mind. One Tyner, Charles Tyson Bennett
'
was Miss Peanutta Sandwicha, an 0 Bryan, Mary Steffee, Ella Quirk
U'S'SHiPPING- BQ\RD Italian girl with snappy black eyes, Evelyn Poulk Ruth Cecil "" }

whose daily request wait "give me Whaley, Hazel Hirtzel Virginia Har ------- ---. ----_ ___:. _-_______- _ _ _._ h _.____
soma mora of ze ipaghet! Tho ris. .
other was Miss Poinsetta Rhubarb, Sixth Grade: Alvin McCranie, Joe PUBLICITY Beat Fer mss Insecticides Sprayers .
a blue-eyed German girl from the Tucker, Edwin Barnes, Manor Graves, IS CAREFULLY NOTICED Pe-altry& Sappfies J
banks of the classic Rhine who had Frances Bailey Marion Patrick Cor '
: been brought up on sauerkraut. alee Johnson Emma Quirk Mayme "The newspaper has one unique Honest Goods Fair Price prompt Shipment

In vain Celery sought to find out Johns, Ruby Driggers Gladys Rey distinction among the venous advertising Ask Your Neighbor<-He Knows
which would make him the more suitable nolds. mediums that man meets E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksosj-nDe, Florida

'_ _ _ _ wife. When he was with Pea Seventh Grade: Julia. Fair Vivian with in his daily life," recently! said Get Copy New Price List April 1st. 1121ILJEcTRIC
nutta no other girl seemed so fair Floyd, Hazel Bass, Ethel Owen Ed- the advertising manager of a Milwaukee
aaoooaaoaooooo as she and he thought that spaghetti na Yates, Christine Denning ,Minnie clothing houses before the ____ _____ _____ ___. __ __ __ __ _._ 111 ,
was all right. When he visited Hudson Lucy Garrett. Wisconsin Retail Clothiers' Aasocia- -
SIX Poincetta and heard her voice tion.
r" sweet Eighth Grade: Eugenia Akerman,
with a b-r-r in it singing the old Eva Whitlock) Eleanor Rosen, Eunice "Every other form of advertising '
GILLETTEBLADES sweet song, "Everybody Works but Rivers Lena Harvey. Mary Louise is laid before him with out cost to .
Father," his admiration was unbounded Snodgrasa. him; I it is thrust upon his attention. I : CAFE

:' For weeks his mind. was Ninth Grade* Elizabeth G. Mose- ."On the other hand a man pays for
distracted, and he saw no way to, ley, Dena Snodgrass, Mary Stanley, the privilege of reading the news-
.. bring about' a satitfactory settle Johnnie 'Cape, Joanna Hitchcock, paper, and if, your advertisement is
ti : k$" , WITH ment of the matter. While he was I Fay Lucas. properly constructed, .It Is just as : 3unday a : : r :
r' 1 ' ".,', In this uncertain state he went onevening'to e Tenth Grade' 'F; S. Ledbetter, much news as any other that he can . ,. : : .
': Wr; : HOLDER call on Miss Poinsetta t Lewis Campbell. read and frequently far more valua- ''WE ARE GIVING THE SAME
.her'home. She was not in and Mrs Eleventh Grade Helen Ames, Dorothy able than other news, because it affects -
: -
$t25 Rhubard told him that she was call-', Miller Ruby Oliver Thelma his pocket book. "GOOD OLE' CHICK'N DINNERS" .-
ing at a neighbor's. When Celery Sutton. Marion Hprnsby, Julia Funk. "The newspaper readers of any WHICH HAVE WON FAVOR
expressed his regrets at not findingher Twelfth Grade: Dorothy Denning town constitute practically a tilt 'of Broadway'V
,. PREPAID at home he really didn't care every Helen Reed, Percie Oliver. its desirable buyers.
i la Attractive CaseSatitfaction much for he could !spend! the "This gives the advertiser a self- Don't Forget Our Good Meal For Every
.1. even'nawith Peanutta' which was I selected group-o the biggest buying
OUR SPECIAL SERVICE
equally agreeable to him. As he Restaurant Man Couldn't fat power in the community.: NOR
Guaranteed \ drew near to her cottage he heard "These people are trained to reading -

or Money Refunded a blending of German and Italian: His Own food the newspaper every day. THE ELECTRIC
giggles! and wondered. When he was 'If the newspaper is a worthy one,
Tail offer for a limited time admitted he found to his consternation "It's pretty tough for a restaurant they are used to believing what they .

only.fi that Poinsetta was calling on man to have stomach trouble .My see in its columns. The advertis- G. R. DAYSON. Proprietor. Telephone 42.
Peanutta, add then he rememberedthat customers were always telling me I ments thed. if carefully prepared,
Remit by money order or' they were good friends. As I ought to eat in a ,good restaurant. are accepted with the same belief QO OOOOO. OOOOO+OO OO"O".O"'O'.OOO'OOO
cask-(so stamps) soon as the girls saw Celery their The fact was I couldn't eat a thing that is given to the editorials and the .
manner toward each other changed. that didn't bloat me up and no medicine news columns.
3 'FRAD RAZOR CO. A sense of frigidity ensued. Peanut or doctors helped me I tried "As an advertising man of twenty, -. -
ta felt sure that Celery had come to, everything recommended and at last years' experience I have never met
: 1475' BROADWAY find Poinsetta and escort "her home,, Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, and I assure anything that brings such immediate
NEW YORK CITY and Poinsetta was equally sure that you I didn't have to look any results, in large quantities as the
he 'had come for no other purpose further. Since taking it I have beena newspapers; and if I were a retail
.. . .00.0..0.0. .... than to visit Peanutta. The situa well man." It is a simple, ,harmless man I would see to it that the newspapers I'
tion was extremely delicate. Celery preparation that removes the of the town worked for me During the / r
was the innocent cause of a jealous catarrhal mucus from the intestinal every issue to build up my business."
flare between two pretty girls, both tract and allays the inflammation f .
of whom he adored. It made him which, causes practically all stomach, Rub-My.TIIIII is a powerEd anti growingage _
i RehoPasteFor miserable, liver and intestinal ailments, including septic. Cares infected cuts, oldsores : '
r "He stood awhile on one foot fust appendicitis. One dose will con. fetter eta: : ,
Then stood awhileon t'other, vince or money refunded. J. Z. Roberson -
And which 'one he felt the and druggists everywhere.
wust
on FAIRBANKS' BEST f ICTURE .
couldnt told ." be taken to .
For Pleurisy Lumbago lie hev 'yenuther. Care must provide
AT THE CASINO SATURDAYNever
He felt that it was a crisis in his "AM THEY A HELL?" I

life, and a false move would spill Fairbanks young bodies with proper
Rheumatism. the beans and be his undoing. 'Now. The newly appointed'past r of a waxed beforehaa enthusiastic Douglas the .
Celery was made of heroic stuff, and colored church announced that his and admiration so over nourishment
success a picture
he executed a strategic movementthat first sermon would be "Am They a
than he has over "The Mark) of Zor-
Ask Your Druggist. was worthy of Napoleon or Hell or Am they Not An' I Will ro," his fourth United Artists' production
Foch. He must decide quickly, and ,
Prove That They Am?
which will be the at-
right nobly did he rise to the occa The church the feature
was packed as new traction at the Casino tomorrow. Grape Nuts:
sion. parson arose to prove his assertion. Critics who have' viewed "The
(To be continued.) "Brethren," he said, "The Lord Mark of Zorro" proclaimed that .
4 made the world round like a ball." with milkorcmtm
Fairbanks has excelled any of his . : I .
The misery and caused "
?
depression 'Amen, cried the
congregation.
This is due
DR. BUCKMASTER! by a bilious and_oonstipated condition "And the Lord made the 'world so It to previous some extent performances.to the ingenious story furnishes just the food ele-
of the system can be quickly re- could go round and round." "Amen," and the afforded .

moved by using Herbine. tit purifies was the response. "And the Lord "Doug" to make opportunities the greatest use of / meats Nature requires forbuildinghealthandstrength.
strengthens and invigorates. Price made two axles for the world to go his athletic .
ability.
KISSIMMEE'S 60<<:. Sold by J. Z. Roberson. .* round on, and he put one axle at'> The background of the story is \ -.:..
i: ,l, -PRESS north pole, and one axle at the centered around early Southern -California I
SOUTH. : south pole.' "Amen agreed the congregation of nearly a century-ago when : This wholesomeappetiyng

OSTEOPATH ASSOCIATION_ MEETS TODAY "And. the Lord put a lot Its destines were' zealously guardedby
i of oil and title grease' In the center' the Spanish settlers. History pc. blenjl ofwheat and malted

The regular meeting of the South of the world so as to keep the axles records the occasions when ,the Span- ,
p OFFICE AT RESIDENCE: Florida Press Association will convene well greased and "Amen" ish emigrated to the southwest of barley builds strong and true .

,Cam: .| 0,.. Ay... this morning at ten o'clock at said the congregation._ "And. then a North America in a climate some- and children love it.jJJavorite.
lot of sinners wells in r ,
f Lakeland and an excellent business ate Pennsylvania what similar to that of their native
ad. .t.ea: Street program has been prepared by the -and steal the Lord's oil arid' country They brought with them( 4''
.. committee. Because of the character grease. And they''dig! wells In Ken not'only their custom*.-but they were

... of the work of the members, and the tuck,, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Tex: A!Way; a,.manifested an alluring spirit
'
importance of the topics to be..dli-' as and In'HexieaT and Rullllla and" of 'romanticismchivalry and! glamour
Cases of oak I or lvy poisoning cussed there be steal the Lord's ab4'oiL And
will grease
np special entertainment that has never yet failed to make '" -
N should be. treated with Ballard'e SnowLiniment. by the people of Lakeland some day. they'll (dig so 'many well. a strong appeal to even those of another :, foodfirallthejamify
w .It'is antiseptic: and-b.al- during tne two-day session bat that they will have all of the Lord'sii race. t
to Del+splendid' remedy for such and ''aDd'them '$ .. ,
two
.. It Is upeetacl.he'; meeting will be grease axle A Christie comedy, win add laughs
f$ trouble*' Thre*; s1se./. SOc 00c and largely attended. .-: ... 1sgoIns to get hot. ;ADd then, that ,this -fMle6yP tflCCtr10 0JlI 1nc.&IIJ G 11t/Ch"
'program.
"to
J. ; .
.by' ; ., '
fL20 per bottle. \BcM. Z. Kobf.1 will be hen, brethren, that-1,111 be '
...... ,;., : ..ti. SsfcserfW for tfca YaHsyGasett*./ sqndaII.-, .. Tke Gttte/. U .. ... --- P ttr
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THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY AznTr.,"FJUD T, JUNE 10 1921 "'i ':". NfflS,


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' I II LEGAL "ADVERTISEMENTS II .' + e r,r


We handle aU classes 'of I I" ,

.
!. The C..rt' *.f The 'c..;'.>>, jMSSrI Lot..l. and I, of Block Q, of Robert
'Oseeeita (;....,.. elate .| Flerlris. Ba..' Addition' to the Town of KIsalmnieer -
Real Estate Osceola county* ..Florida.Ha Prices :
IN JRH ESTATE! OVCHARtEH Id minors have an undivided one- .e -.
C
AVERETT CARSON. twelfth Interest each In said property,
be based -
i DECEASED. Such application to upon petition '
NOTICE TO <:HKDITOR. now on file In the office of said -

Fire Insurance TO ALL PERSONS HAVTNO CLAIMS J U This d ?.. 36th -day of May"" -1921"* ,..\ "red

AND .DKMANDS AGAINST THE ESTATE LEON HERE:: Ouafdla.lt.' eed2Q" 'percen:
OK CHARLES LENARD'n'BOYNTON.

i MJ3M.BON. DMCRASKIV-I.ATR OSCKJOUA. COUNTY.FLORIDA OP K198)M.i .Attorney for Petitioner .. 24t _, ,"<
ei
WHERKAS. on the.18th day of May. .N4TJ.C19' OF D..SOLVTIO "
and Rentals : A.-D. mi-d A. Carson Jr.. a. Bxe- "* '.The last word in QualitqThe' ; "
cutor of the Estate ofharle.. Aver- Notice Is' hereby given bat the : / :
ett Carson deceased, filed before ,me, partnership heretofore. Pxlstng! be- .
a UTlttvtr,,"uiterostlon, on together tweerv'J.r.. Goodman ana T, J "'00'1- .' best word iti Price
with the requires .chadule., that I all, 'doing business under th" arm '
1
-oO he believed the estate committed to.. name of.OoodmanV Od411. at Klsslmmee .
hlsi- chance to be Indebted to an amount : Osceola county. Florida Is
greater than the value thereof and I hereby dissolved bymutual agree<<
A Notary Public-In: our officeNelson that mild estate was" Insolvent: I ment-T. J. Woodall retiring sand-J. Silvertowni
THERKKOHK, you and each of you I W. Goodman continuing (he- said
are..hereby notified and requirto business: AH accounts of whatever :
appear and file before me beforethe ; nature due the firm or owlrt bV' the
--oOo let day. of January, A. D,' 1828. duly firm will be settled by J. W. Good
.
authenticated, any claims and demands man.
which you or either of you may J. W. OOOOWAN.:
ha the Bald estate. T. J. WOO.)ALL, i 1h
DATED at KlKslmmee, Florida, this Klaslmmee.. Florida % .
18th day of May, A. n. mil. June 1. }921. t Id-Ite : t
Realty
T. I* COMER.As CORD'S, '
Judge of the County NOTICE OF SALE. {

Judore's Court Osceoln : I
County. Florida. 21-$t Under and by virtue of a decree entered : --- r

CompanyWE \ In. a certain cause pending" In : :!
JllOTICIQ: OF FINAL) DISCII AnUHIB the Circuit Court 'of Osceola County, :
Florida. In Chancery, wherein D. M.
: the Court .. CoBBtf J.dke..t.teof ; ; Part rick Is complainant. and -Ida M. SILVERIOWN CORDS .
O.OOUU'.O.OOOOO.oooo Klorlis. Osrrela c..t,. Kelly and Daniel Kelly, her husband, V t'
-- are defendants I will sell to the S I % B And-Skid Safety TJoad524.5O 'TUBES .
In the'* Estate ;of Fred Adamson. .- Mghest. and best bidder for cash. In ,
EARTH NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all( front of the Court House door In the .t t
MOVE THE whom It may concern, that on the 11th City of Klsslmmee Osceola Count. I/II 3Gx33z: : $2.SS"
On The Earth day of July'rb."T 1911, I shall. applyto Florida on the' rule' day In / __ .
Or Anything Top the ; L. Comer, Judge the same being the 4th day thereof '"*'
of said Court as Judge of Probate the .equity of the said defendants In V "
for my final discharge! an Executrix tbe following property, to-wit: i: 4i11 $32.90 x2.90
YOUR 32x3i:
HOUSEHOLD GOODSOr of the estate of Fred Adamson deceased Lots twenty-four (24) and, twen.
Anything That Can Be Moved and that at the same time I ty-flvo S5) of W. H. Farmer's I
will present. my hal accounts as Executrix Subdivision Map of W. H. Farm-
of said estate and ask for their er's Addition to Prospect Park I
Get before T having approval.Dated being a Subdivision of lots seven 32K4' $41.85 $355. ; /
our price your May 11. A. D. 1821. (7) to nine (9) of Florida Land

hauling done. ZOA ADAMSON. Improvement. Company's Addition .
M-8t Executrix. to the Town of Klsslmmee. Florida
being a part of Section 21, !43.10

W. H. JONES TRANSFER COMPANY NOTICE TO CREDITOR Township East Osceola IK County South Florida.Rang SI __ .

.if( PHONE .l-3 la Ceart of The CoBBtr jBda-e. said property being sold to satisfythe '
C... .
.r ld..A>rtlere mt O--' Hmrdmmrm c. W. :J. STEED

In re Estate of Jennie A. Case.. Special Master ,

TOte all and Creditors all. Persona, Legatees; having\ Distribu I Claimsor I Solicitors MABRY for.& Complainant.CARLTON 25-5t g ,,2'2"Aa., '""' 8 40 u.. er. .

Demands against" said. Estate: ... .
You and each of you are hereby CREDITORS
NOTICE TO

claims notified and and demands required which to present you any or I. C..rt s>f The C.mmtr ...._. Osee i t I tV 344/ $49 65'' X4.75

UXING FORDSt D either estate of of you Jennie may A.have Case.against deceased the.. ... C.BBty. State ef Klerlda. ., ,

late of Osceola County Florida to the In re Estate of Francis L. McOulre. .
undersigned Raymond Case Executorof To all Creditors, Legatees DlnU'ttouteea a t ncs'' 58.90 45.55
said estate within two years. from and all Persons having Claims
the date hereof.Dated or Demands against said Eatate: 1
January 1e. A., T>. 1H51. You. and. each of you are hereby
RAYMOND CASE. notified to present any claims and demands 35)(5' $6l 90f5.8a\
t 20-tt Executor.NOTICE : which you or either of YOU.
may have against" the estate of Francis
Our Specialty TO CREDITORS I. McOuIre deceased late of Saint i
.
IB CeBrt ef the CeBBty:;; ..ar.. O,_. Cloud undersigned Osceola executor county Florida said, estate to the V. Fabric
. Tires3O3 ;
Ce-BBty. State .t Plerlda.In. within two years from the date here- j k
Of Coarse, We Do AU Varieties of of. .. . ,
h re Estate of Charles W. Ward. Dated May 20 A. D. 1D21. .
To all Creditors Legatees, Distribu
DAVID LAW. .
I Automobile Work And We Do It tees and all Persons having Claims 25-gt.. 3CG f Safety 32X4fJ3.45 2690 '
:
or Demands against said Estate: _
You and each of you are hereby No SJ3 .
Right notified and required to present any TREASURY I>iaPAHTMKT.STATIC e
claims and demands which you or OK KI.OUIItA. OKKICH OP S tjr34
either of you. may have against the COMPTROLLER. TALLAHASSEEWhereas : r
estate of Charles W. Ward, deceased
late of Osceola County. Florida, to the i
J&idie Hansell undersigned" executors of said estate. presented to by the satisfactory undersigned evldon It has .. 30 1600 ***** I .

ot.within two years from the date here- been made to appear that a banking ---I '. I
association under the name of Merchants -
Dated U. A. D. 1M1.
April and Farmers Bank of Klsalmmpe -
No. 18 Emmett Street C. WAYNE WARD. <
R. B. FLETCHER. located at Klsslmmee Florida. TUB Bjr.OOODRlca'R.1a<
S1SEA'CONMNY'SILVERTOWN } *
It-It JTxecutora of Raid Estate and organised under the Laws of Anti-Skid Safety Tread .
'
Florida. has complied with all theprovisions varVwaOwo

I-n Circuit Court for the Seventeenth required. /Laws Florida ;
Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida : with by the Banking" of
DR. R. J. DENNING
before association shall be author-
an ,.1 l
In and for Osceola County. In : A,
of
lied the business'
DENTIST to commence .
Chancery. Henrietta Bass a widow '
and 'Hudson Bass unmarried Banking.
com
OreY! the' Postoffictf. plainants-. Robert M. Evans, et al, NOW THEREFORE. I, Ernest Amos.Comptroller ,. r.
of Florida ;
of the State
,*OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 11:30. 1:10 t. I. respondents.. Dill to Quiet Title. Order by virtue of the authority vested In
for Publication. The State' of
Residence Phone 174i Florida to: me by Section 4.IS1 of the Revised 40... .OO.OtO.O.. .OO OOO.O.OOOOt..o..i.. ... . ...
Minnie EllaaBrooklna General Statutes of the State of Florida NOTES CLOUD
Office Phone 158 Robert M. Evans.
i b' FROWST.
Minnie F.:. Torrey and Joseph certify that the Merchants and .. \
Farmers Bank of Klsslmmee. of Kls
'
O. Torrey. her husband: You and each -
slmmee, In the County of Osceola and
of commanded to
hereby
-
you are appear the State of Florida I. authorised to Mrs. R. G. Reynold. was. visitorto wO A1 -
In the above entitled cause on a j Fy.
LEWIS O'BRYAN the 4th day of July; A. D. 1911; and to commence the business of Banking Orlando on Wednesday. T .
All persons'Claiming an Interest In under the name above given with a ' : W. .R.' Godwin has m 1S' ,
Representative
..ATTORNEY-AT-LAVT the Southwest quarter of the North. capital stock ot'.Twegty-Ave' Thousand .Bnm ;
.
Jp east quarter and the West half of the) Dollars.Oiven returned from bill duties at Talla
Warner Building.P. Southeast quarter of -Section 7, In under my hand and seal of hassee.' .
Office> this twenty-third day of May, .
.t East .
Township 1 South Range of ..
Tallahassee meridian. In Osaeole. Coun- A. D. One, Thousand Nino Hundred G. A. Reed was a. 'visitor' to Orlando ft
. . Twenty-one. Monday. ;,.' ;
ty. Florida, under Robert M.- Evans J. on
.
W. Collier and Narclssa P. Collier, his BRNBST AMOS. Mrs. W. E. Wells and daughter. ...
wife. M. J. Hicks.Minnie Eliza Brook- Comptroller. State of Florida. ; t Iw
A. VANS AGNEWATTORNET.ATLAW Ins Minnie E. Torrey and Joseph <3.Torrey (OFFICIAL SEAL) j8t Dorothy, have returned to their Ca- r
her husband Raymond V. La- nadian home. .
nler a bachelor. Ludden-Campbetl- NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR Funeral services were held on .....
Pmlth Company, a corporation, and W.
OFFICES B. Maklnson Company Of Klsslmmee, Notice Is hereby given that bids will Tuesdayover the remains of the 6.1
be received by the Board of County of Mrs. L. C. Riddle ,
116 South Orange Avenue } Jo'iorld. a Florida corporation auccesor grandfather '
to W. B. Maklnson Company a Commissioners o f Osoeola county. Mr. Carman, -whose death occurred : + IL
Florida corporation or any of them Florida up to and Including 10:00: a. .5-: 1 1c

Orlaado. Florida If any, or of otherwise the same oe claiming deceased an or Inter-defunct m.the Saturday office of- the June Clerk 26, A.of I the). 19ZI.Circuit at on Mount Sunday.Peace Interment cemetery. was had at ce _____________ V :.

est th.reln: You are hereby commanded Court of said county. at Klnalmmee. noted
Leaving on Tuesday were '
Home Address: to appear In the 'above entitled Florida for the construction of East
3 ., Winter Park Florida cause on the let day of August. A. D. Lake road. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Scranton, for ,
I'lans and specifications may be examined Alliance, Ohio; George W. Smith, for ,
WITNESS the Honorable C. O. Andrews or obtained at the office of
Mount Carroll Illinois and Farmer .
a.. Judge of the above court, the Clerk of the Circuit Court, -at Klsalmmee '
South Dakota 'E.". Jones for points
and my name as clerk thereof and the Florida. ; ,
seal of said Court at Klsslmmee.I Osce Right Is reserved to reject any or Pennsylvania; Theodore Ham for .' It,
ola County Florida on this the Slat all proposals.J. Michigan and Mr. and Mrs. G.! F. Il1I
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M. TILLER day of April. A. D. 1911. *
aZV JZEPJmmla.
J. L OVER8TREET. Clerk I I. Beightle for northern 'points.Mr. i u.. 1
(Circuit Court Seal. sioners ef Osceola. County and Mrs. James Walden were '
.
Real Estate Agency. Clerk County. Circuit Florida.Z. Court. Oaceola 26-3t Kissimmee visitors on Tuesday. e 'Y11i

-.-.......-.-......... BASS. MOTK'K' TONotice HIDDERS. Mrs. B. A. Baker and children
Counsel for Complainant. 19-Ut Charles and Paul; who have- been
Realty Bought and sold. Is hereby given 'that bids will
the here have left
spending season ,
NOTICE OF ELECTION .received by the Board of County ,
!. Houses rented. Commissioners of Onreola county for their home at Worthington, Min
Notice] Is hereby given that an election Klurlila. up to and Including 10 a. m. nesota. .
Taxes paid and Titles vei fi- will be held In Special Tax School on Monday, July II, 1921. at the office Donald Gunnison who has been attending -
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
District No. 6. otherwise" known aa
non-residents.
ed for
the Union Center School District on said county, at Klaslmmee Florida, for school here, has returned to
Fire. Life and Accident In- Saturday. June 25, A. D. 19J1, for thepurpose the. purchase of ONE HUNDRED his home in Franklin ville, New York. .
of determining who shall THIRTY THOUSAND Dollars (1S9.- The of the Saint "
surance. serve aa school' trustees of said district 000.00) six percent serial TIME WAIt closing exercises HOW TO BUY ROOFS RIGHT
Bonds. fer the two years next after the RANTS. Cloud schools were held Friday evening -
Indemnity election and for the further purposeof Full Information In regards to said in the G. A. R, hall. They !
.. .. ......... determining: the number of mills of Warrants. mnv be obtained at the office largely attended and the exercises the a- out 01( buying food by knowing it u wealHcf
.. . .. . .... district school tax to b.* levied and of the Clerk of the Circuit Court were TAKE .
collected annually for the said two of Oaceola county Florida at Kissimmee. were excellent in every way. wcier-lighl.durable and good loosing before yod J buy g.

0.1'. KRIBB8 W. J. STEED.. years.The following .f..r..on. are appointed Certified. Klorlda.check In the amount of' The out: following Opening program song-"America was carried;" invocation -' TeU .u the the kind of building you are to re-soot of build. Then .

KRIBBS & STEED aa Inspectors an of said election I30UU must accompany each bid. Rev. William Landis will dew covered with Bud Roof( '
: Rights are reserved to reject any ; we you building hear you *
J. H. Smith. O. F. Austin, and Fred and all bids.J. Wayside Roses"-Glee Club"Treasure ; -
After..,. ... 'CeHSBseleirB ./ Law Harvey Inspectors; and Ira II. Weth- 07 OVERSTREKT. Johnson "Ken- If' Pwotd the need. will show Pared Roofs :'
KI...__ Florida erbee clerk. Clerk the Board of County lIunting"-Vera ; n roofing you we you

OeBcral .r.ctl_ I. all ..... aa4 Done by order of the Board of Public Commissioners of Osceola tucky Watermillions" -Lucy White; [thai have stood wes and weather t lot more than 20 yrart WIth- .
UBlte States Ce-erte. Instruction. In and for the County County ,Florida. 2<-6t violin solo-Geraldine Johnson; Lin- .
. oC Osceola. State of Florida this Ud coln's Gettysburg Address -Juno .tqpa .
.. I day of May A. D. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
W. C. Bllls. Chairman. Notice Is hereby given that bids willhe Garner selection=Glee Club; Saint Tats te the pupli .ke em Potosi' pee

AUnt: received by the Board ofCounty Cloud School-Katherine Farr; 11 -.. k as. .s sad lesra SB One insiai*. G
. C. H. YOWELL. Commissioners of Osceola
counU. solo Roberta
Trovatore piano -
County Superintendent and Secretary Florida. up to and Including :
CITVMEATJARKET of the Board of Public In- on Tuesday July B, 1821.' at the officeof Buckmaster; class address DoctorF. We will unroll a good stretch of Parotd foe you to tee iu bright.
4 struction. . Z4-St the Clerk of the Circuit Court of R. Leigh; "Night So Fair"-Gle* .
laid county at Klsslmmee. Florida of medals and diplomas gray sjrfacc and fed M* thickness, pliability and fa mhos.ParoiJ 0: )
for the construction of approximately Club; presentation

NOTICE TO OTHERS.CREDITORS AND. ten miles of bard surface road being ; benediction-Rev. J. T. N. i. ajhouad quality roofing eapccully adapted lot low .
part of the road known as the KIs- Stewart. The graduates from the an J.'i. '
Notice U hereby given to all creditors almmee-Melbourne Road. high school were Vera Johnson and fjuch roofi. but'aood also /for steep roofs or siding. h is cheapcSIis '. ;'

legatees. distributees and all Plans at and the specifications office of the may Clerk be exsmined of Katherine ,Farr; and those from the the long nm. .j,"

Fresh' Me ixi.,and against persons .the saving estate claims_ of Ida or L.demands.... Pfann. the Circuit Court of Osceola county ei.-MlL.cr denMrL _Robert Buck- .
late of Osceola- County Florida- deceased P'torid.--Ktaodunne"-.-- master Geraldine Johnson Lucy SLED.SON....(taUsli' sa< ITM)Cast W....Y.m :.:I'
Certified check In the amount of
VegetablesPhone to present the same to theund.r.I..ad ...eOo.eo mast accompany each bid Bell White, Mary Alice Bracey, Cora
at "I."mmee. Florida and the successful bidder will i t
within two rears from the Id day of be required Campbell, Myrtle Childers, Emily
to give a bond satisfactory to
June A. D. 1111. Palmer Leita McQuade, Juno Garner
HENRT M. "FANN.ltx.cutor sad Board for Twenty percent of the for Sat By 1 !
\ and Tolls Bass, Richard Atwood. ,; .
:> 44Pat of the Last Will
c Testament of Ida, L. Pfa.nDL ..- Rights are reserved to reject. any Louis Goessaz.' Bernice Padgett,

eased., lt- t.H41e and all bids.J.: L. OVERSTRBRT.! : Humphrey Bard.

Clerk of the Board of County W. B.
*'*( ABBiteattteB tot..Lenre> t. Sll. Oomralssloners of Osceola M6Iktr lu al..s imdaQhi .... say Mst-C4fiJiy :
Johnston O. P. 'o. uullT' WaKs ...._ FlorIda. . .. H-4t
-Cjounty. F.W Te-Ics ...&. stet, flat.e

J JOHNSTOrftCAItJRETrATTOKNEYATrYAW, lath *. .. hereby given. that 'on the wm.rT, vmJirynrMaffirtrates ... xnbl.6taUasm. Pla ;.. 123 K1SSIMMEE 308 Br dw y, .:... ..
day of June.: A. D. I ll. I will ; la England In ta. stay
rte Honorable T L.Comer, .eo...
apply ; : :
.pa'- ? O.oeo BandFLORTDA tr: Judge '.. .a..4 fort( >c ola# .County. to ntb' cMitoiyi could fix wares. and DO TOU KNOW - .. ..'. .t.'j "
Ptteai 10 11
.t1 State-of Florida' his of See fiT Klaslmmee. hour of' labor. Baltimore contracted topayfor y. . . . . .w..y. ............................ .. w -:.- - - . .. I \
In That-Lord oi
l I Bundler.t said county for an order \ '"

t f:: t ; ...tIlO.fta'0..1"6\ jgebb of AdaHebV Ttaop h..reaaol1 ,to.thick yourehUdl. what ts.l&ow Jrfamlnd.two . . . t
. xiaQ1H .1 Frank' HaselrHeb_, JohnHebb. -- ,' '
one-fifth "
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" and Orace Hebb. the minor ; is aofferac< trvm w.rma.take Iadlaad.lrross"per/Nyearsnd; .... c..:."' Xkt elassiflad. :eetamaa.if :TTh,Gil
.' Vi heirs of Oraee Hebb deceased.. to Bell the iftaxa .coarstuM WhU'a Crs mVmmlfuge ofthewprecloum.tls.I.lnedad: : ; .i t .
,= '""t: ';," :........ef_ .. .ce deace ..' '. ;:..-'rx': lr ..tU'ii" nJM.sTrie.- .T 1
at private -sal* the following real estate sliver beingprodot* .. I. .p
Worms cannot resist Its that .{ roldtor, .... .... ; . jHadscliy .
........... .....pnHlf.{ IaaJ't. .. ., belonging;-4o.th..state..of,aaJdmln6rm I expelling iafloeoc* Prio. 85e. Sold ed. ho actually obtained the Urrttory' auras '. .. nur .'" No' doe")""oa be.,.' .....
same b.tagle.Oso.ola'CoUnty,,
.duB will Fmr Tai Florida, t -\IF't| : by J. z.;' Bobenon. .. for tbs two Arrows T M t. TwfU Jiver.t" thing to .u t MJIUIOIM el.e tr.atia

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': TEN , THE] KISSIMMEE VALLEY .GAZETTE. FRIDAY ,JUNE 10, 1921 ., .

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'. rrienbere.r" :in'Ktsslmmte''wtieT9-, *shfl IdefabTe" .rbOHria basmess": "transacted where the ceremony wag .j) rtonned 0" 0.0004 U CO 0 00 001to..o. .tO..OO"OO..o..ttOo OO t' "

; : ; Has always made her hom" Thegroom .One of the features the, see last month. Mrs. Dillard left on
; t Lt IN S oqIEfY'snEM j .earneh' >reifrom Chicago\ but sion'! the lJ1anlmousendorsement Tuesday for a brief visit to her father

, hat already a -large ciccle 01 acquaintances. of a movement to do all Saturday at. Oxford-from which1 point aIM in
; . M*. and Mrs.. 'Fehl' will' shopping before one o'clock in tho 'will travel to South' Carolina with Another DrOp() .Prices
'
MADE AUTOMOBILE TRIP reside in Orlando. ,, afternoon in order to relieve the-congestion her husband. ., ,
j; ,'I.. SUNDAY TO AVON PARK ":tj SUGARBELT'CONDICTOR- '.' \ bf trade at later hours of The groom is son of Mr. and Mrs.J .
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,> Mr. and Mrs. Roy II. Brink, accompanied '. i that day. Frequently .store cannot B. Dillard, who have a winter ,
i' ) byMrN.. K. S. Johnson RE-VISITS KISSIMMEE 1 close till near' the midnight hour 'be- home it) Kissimmee, but whose resi. ,
': :;' .. an4 Mrs. W.' L., Poulk and 'baby, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.rellidents'9t Frazure who cause' patrons delay their calls; and dence'' is Spartanburg where it i* announced: .byThr .
,. autoed to Avon Park on -.Sunday1' were tot many years Kla* [ the women feel that oIt they do, theirbuytng'ln probable Mr. and Mra. Dillard will .
1' where they. were guest of M;. ,and si mine*. where they still: have many the ll1ornings they easily ., reside. Both the contracting parties V' 4
'j.. Mrs.: EC. Duzenberryv: i friends, arrired! on .Sunday. by 'can: -such action will ,enttmall' the have may! friends in Kissimmee. t : '
%. mobile from! thelr'home ba !
." ., auto.1 tension of tradi/ig to the extent that
MQthr
j MISS GRACE GILBERT which 'city theyT; moved when' the stores may close at a reasonable WOMAN'S CLUB WORK J Ford Company-
Frazure resigned his positton. INCLUDES SANCTUARY ,
-i ENTERTAINED COUPLE hour. Every woman of the society .
, Saturday evening Miss Gracd- Gil- had long been -' nnected' -with what pledged herself-to, act accordingly: One o! the objects of the newly '. .. ./' :.,
,;. '. .bert entertained at dinner a'"small was known as the "Sugar-Belt' railway I re-organized Woman'a Clubs of. Kissi -_ j
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' d circle of friends in honor of'Mr., and -and has friends! all along the HEALTH ,CLASS NOTES m mee will beto end one. the measure ,// .
Mrs.\ Hunter Dillard, whose marriage line, With them came John, Jloyt ,BY TilE SECRETARY for protection of "Our Feathered ; '
and -Miss Alice and The: ,joHowiaf list price.17 o. b; Detroit becaiM'effective OB Tuesday, 'l
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had been kept secretor more than Frazure they I The McFerrin Health Class has Allies/ and see. that a bird sanctuary -. :
", are guests at, the home of. Mr. and held is cared 'Thereare k
two weeks. The affair was charming, interesting and- enthusiastic set aside and for. -x ::
\ and, besides the honOr Mrs. W. B. Harris-:-Mrs. Harris and I meetings during the pa Lri J1th.. few bird sanctuaries.in the state . JUNE. .7: ,. . \ :
; were laid'for Miss guestskcovCjrs Mri. Frazure being "illters.'J While there have been a number of and it is desired by the more enthus. ," : ,"' '' ,
.. Edward Asher, and T. W. Wilder. I entertainments elsewhere the class I iastic members that' Kissimmee shall - - ,
CAME.TO SEE NIECEGRADUATE
-- FROM HIGH SCHoOLMrs. members- have been always in attendance I not lag in the work. Just how this .' REGULAR TOURING CAR. '___...-____u_:U__-_:$4 15.00 .
d' KISSIMMEEITES VISIT and have been' greatly benefited [matter will be handled the club .

, .. AT TARPON SPRINGS Georgia. 3 and, 'p.Mrs.Land! T. M of, Ctfppedge Reynolds; las well as entertained. Some interesting members do not yet know-save thatit RUNABOUT._ REGULAR, : ..___________--_____$370.00 4'
.talks have been will be that 4I .
Mrs., made and an ordinance /
Joe Phippa.; tjf Klssimmee I necessary "
of DeLand reached the the later '
came down Wednesday foV a'. short part of,the week and city were guestsof statistics regarding what the government regarding the project and. giving the I i. tHASIS .:. ____----.--____ :.._________..---$345:00. : .
visit with her sister, Mrs. George the Park is doing from -health desired amount of protection must I '
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Nickies. Mr. Phipps! Mrs. Helen hotel Mrj., who i is McCrnnie a sister of at both visitor standpoint and some' papers have .' he enacted by the ctty--uncil l before COUPE ,._:!,.________...__________':_______$69.OO
I Perdew'and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cly been read' on "Keeping Young at 'tho( work.cnnstart in with the needed -

att drove down on Saturday and Mrs.; !!. Land This to was KlHsimmee.'the first Their visit trip of Forty and "Cures -intestinal In- '1 I, vigor. i SEDAN a;; .____-_._____-__.:-::r-.______,-. ____._$760.00
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', spent the week-end, all returning made for the exclusive Ynisnion digention. j i There has been a committee appointed .
home Sunday afternoon. Miss Doris of 1\8-seeing their niece ; MaO "The Note Compiled from :McFerrin.'s by the Woman's Club to look TRUCK CHASSIS ________!__.,._________s.$495.00- .
Nickies accompanied the party to Maj-'n! :* Health I/eRsong" is now in after the matters pertaining to the f .
c HcCranie! graduate with -the .HeniorM.on ,
Kissimriiee and will spend about six Friday evening when exorcises the hands ctfthe publisher, and will proposed, sanctuary-that .COin mittet1
weeks in that .city. Tarpon Springs! /soon be ready for distribution" The including Mrs. Minnie Moore' Willr .
'r Leader. '' of ted a a most crowded interesting auditorium.nature. The attract vis- class is anxiouK for now members, son, e'lulirmanfrs.; Burd SpillmanDewpy Early orders should be placed and we will do" our best to make <* .:,

so that others the bent fits ) Mrs.\ L. Mrs.
"" may reap | W. Thorndyke. '
tors left for their homes in
I WEDDED WEDNESDAY T1Weitweek---------------' early being derived by the present ,rmmrTiefsTTprlf W. 11. Makinson Mra. Bart Bryan, L
AND WENT TO ORLANDO ; "'thoruure--niiy intere)tiri r-WB-S7 '-liIwi"o'B1'1111.nnd''M, -
At the parsonage' of the Christian URGE EARLY" iNG' 1[a cordial invitation is extended to he George'W. Persons of which Mrs. 1iMMONS !:1

chiaiTfi: on Wednesday' occurred the FOR EVERY SATURDAY i I pre ent at the meetings held at the ]Dewcy and Mrs. Thprndyke are hon- ----I--P
'-wedding of Miss Marguerite J>avld"on At the last regular meeting of the, Chapter Houtie each Monday eveningat oiary mi'mbiTs. This committee will I .
"and Elmer' Fehr, Rev. W. II. Vomen's' Society of the Methodist eight o'clock. be n busy one until matters are decided . ,
Coleman officiating. The bride has hurch, which was held at the Itunalow I j tipon-and even after that. date - AUTHORIZED DEALER
for some time been in the employ of ; the president Mrs. Jolui R. :' WORDS OF PRAISE er.dolved by the dty. authorities with f tI 3
-' : !. Katz Brothers, and hag a host of H ron orl, presided. There I wan con-1 GIVEN MISS STANFORD I certain rights will be forced to ex- -I: 307-9 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA 2
-,----------- .'..---.-- -- - _ 1I I Mis -Mart ret Stanford daughter I it-rclse stringent "supervision. 1
......... . .'- - - I jof Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stanford rci -, r 4 p'
.-0-c ,He-9 o- "* } < x5"> """':":":..oo i i turned jwsterday, from the work in 1 WILSON-P:ARRIJPTIALSOCCUR (0'.0(<< c + -. +"co+Hooc OOO++ +++ +.OO'OO.OOoHOoo.OOO.. 9.c.
, : i the State College' for Women' af*Ta1 1j 1- NEXT TUESDAYThe - ----:;

lahassce, her return being delayed marriage of Let' II. Wilson ofI ;
: \ Reduction In Price : j I by a stopover at Jacksonville to'at- I thi* (city to Miss Maude Teresa: Par- I sand dollars," Dr. illips---asserted. lieved the same results would followin .r
Pat Johnston this if the
>tend a. banquet. Miss Stanford in ry of Bartow will take place on Attorney in mentioning county' commissioners'
the proud possessor of three choice Tuesday next at Bartow as may be the two routes that have been ''Would take a plunge into. the ..construction. ..
H cDF1 medals for her elocutionary work: seenby the following' invitations I under consideration believed the better .
the first being won at tho Kiasim-'which}) have appeared: I IIr I plan would be to come througlr' The commissioners agreed' to .. 1,
.t. o o. >* 1 mee high school the second at a .\ and Mrs. Thomas Houghton Parry the lake rather, than go around. again, consider the matter, and to call A "
i Should the latter course' be adoptedhe for bids the construction' and'
I upon
I state contest' which took place at request the honor of
i Arcadia and the third, and most up- I presence at the marriage your of would l be obliged to defend the interests completion of the rOlld-at the. same
1 Duplex Fireless Cooker i I pretiated, of the trio having been -" their daughter of his clients); but he would time refusing to do much toward the
given her' at TaHaha.see; where ,she I Maude Teresato donate $250 for the other route.' work till the right-of-way had been
!graduated in the school' of expression I Howard Katz spoke in favor of the legally deeded to the county. This

" L I and was awarded the medal offeredby , Mr. Leo' Hughes, WilsonOn proposed' l'Oad-as well as other action mean that the matter may be ,
: ; : +1........+ Effective June 10,1921No. the state board..of control-in the I Tuesday evening June the roads-and uiged the commissionersto brought' a showdown' at the meeting \
I latter-named case being forced to fourteenthat use every effort to construct everything of Saturday June 25; at the

; : 25. wa $17.50. now' -_____________________________$15.00- write work has the oration received she from delivered.those qualified Her-I I half Episcopal past' six church o'clock values created possible in Polk He county spoke of by the the same time at the all time the bids of consideration.In may be rejected -. "

: No.( 35. wa 20.00. now_____________A________________ 18.00 to judge many declarations! of Bartow Florida i-onstruction offgood roads to certain any event the commissioners are
: portions of its teriitory. -saying thatin wise to the fact that there i ia still
- No. 30, was 31.00. now__________--____________--____ 26.50No. judges praise of for the its contest excellence' in' which- and many the 'tow Of Record the forthcoming has this to event say: the. Bar- three years the increase in /values' demand for the road a* a great factor a..

50 3000. had more than returned the cost of .. in _and _
- was now------------------------------ 27.00 were' : entered.-lrI -no- Mia Stanford The many friends of both' building up improving

.- ; No. 55. was 33.00 now________________,--___________ 30.00 I almost perfect score in the work in young people feel much interest the_highways to__the people._-He-bet -' that section! of the county. .#
which she has developed such profi' | in the approaching event. While

No.. 60. was. 3750. now___..____-_______..-------- ------ 33.00 j ciency. She will return to Tallahassee -I both Mms Parry and Mr. Wilson I r

.',)O. was 48.00 'now. ___:.--__________--__.._____--_ '42.00 I. to finish her. studies in other lines' are members ot families of long CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS I \ :
I.No. 'a senior.KISSIMMEE. '
I as' __ | and highly respected position in
: We are offering the above decline in prices t>f Duplex Fireless Stoves 1 COUPLE |i I' the community, thy have won I J 4tert. '

having just had notice'' from the' factory that they would make the i 1 KEEP MARRIAGE SECRET I i their special own places merit for themselves and personal on FOR SALE I Frank A. .l'IerriIt.. F. D.. :T'\ "I

- above reductions effective and after ; Hunter Dillard and Miss Elizabeth ]j jI Both -- --- Oakley Orove Farm KlB.lmme.
on June 10. While our stoves.were' popularity. !have spent a Florida. Z54txWANTII.tO <
, .
I hedbetter kept so secret the fact oftheir l'olt 8AI.R--Oti: thorouxhbrml :IlliocloInlitnri ,
bought at the higher prices wfc are offering our would-be customer'the" I marriage which occurred on' | )life Dumber In of years and of their school I IttMl fMiHt..,r ..1t.1! (MKltt I yiiinit, to 40-acra farm n.."rKtanlmmeii
j Bartow they graduated )hens all full-bloodttd H-ntl rhi'HpMm.
benefit; I I Friday May 20, at the Baptist parsonage I i I with house and equipment -
of the decline. If you are thinking of buying a together from Summerlin' Marlon tnr un 28-lt i ready to work. Ktate bedrock -
Ad-
:'* 'Fireless Stove. is the time the at Orlando, Rev. J. A. Institute. Foil" HA MO Secondbund nlsc.hiap. ,, price and t,.rm.. Address: ;
now a.s summer month that the fact did riot ;
are now on cock officiating, Miss Parry, a beautiful girl of R. H. Brink Red-Rock care of The Valley Oa- ,.;r 1
: 4I iinc( there! wilj be-no further reductions in the- prices of these stoves. become public till this week. Both I j charming personality has won Afiply : City 2I13IXi aettmXta.immee.. 36-ltx: .. ,... '1

contracting parties vehemently de-1 the admiration and affection of *
MISCELLANEOUS.
the ,' II H{ 8ALK-IIIIH- and 4rreen tomatoes, .
of
intimation
nied when i
an nuptials -
a wide' circle of friends here and "''/iy quantity, for ceeningand plchlInw '
: was made that such an ufTair throujfliout the section. : deivri4) __nt _UZt'eoa4s1h: .. HA mo-Aorrv.EL-'PAD RFSTORF.SHBAL.TH
Grantiiam had taken place; but following the p.ck. Call Mr MtitOlF''t'h'dROZ. 4 Or MONKY- BACK. ttmu- .
the '
Furniture Following Mr. .and
? Co. graduation of the bride from .the J ceremony rlnK on SIC. city. 2&-2UI:! biting blood circulation, Inpart en-,
Mrs. Wilson will taka-'an. automobile :'flrR')'. restores, vitality overcomes
Kiasimmee highschool- admission trip .to 'the east coast for-a week KOII IIA.'oJ-LJMR"H-FHA"1Wi! AKin .dl..a.\ ... Many tcullmonla'M' '' (rum \\. '.
f;p ; ., :' 11 tt,9> ..,. "':' " ,".. was made as to the truth of the ru r with schedule of all the 'way from HRATI\O. III I.HM HII.L8' OHM' patients who ufftrrd HlKh BloodI'ramurp. ..
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if $ '- -I ' 'L',;" ''''..It'.A..TH"J"T. CAHII pniCKM. Rhrumntliim. Nouralirla. .
;' mors. Saint to West ...-. lnomila, 'Diseased l Nerve. Stomaon
Augustine
Palm
fv ,, ; I ftM.41.1. 4 HI KMN F'"'.F.D PHOM.
bride is the daughter of JLedbetter. / ladd..I", _. :
" ) "The Satisfactory Store"J9 The Beach. l.Y. CHASM", COMPANy. I.OlKill- Bowel Heart. Luniti"\ ,' Kid- > '.
'. ," ""t.:"":: ' .. of Oxford,, Florida, and I Mr.: Wilson? has- been- for the rast) MAN. "'LOft I 0".. 14-lt nays.Complaint Uvrr.' Prostrate Alvaolut aland.money Female back (I

: 'DARLINGTON AVENUE was intent upon | finishing out her i two years the very energetic county FOR flALE-T..enty-fhe laying.n.j guarantee If U rail to give' entir.satisfaction. \
PHONE 291 term of school; but finally consented !] demonstration agent for this locality all but foO'r.' ..... White Leahornms. TEN DAYS TRIAL AT
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& ,;- J to .take-the vows, and together with' avid han made a host of friendsin < t1afi! trlower ] or Qasette/ t4 tfe Full .Information. ApplianceBaled
5 o.t...... OOtOOOto.o .o..t..t.tto..OOt.to.* Miss Grace Gilbert the 1 this city and county; his efforts Company Tampa. Florida.

H: driven _to Orlando I by 0. L. Bandy, for the advancement of all interestsof FOR SALE--On. Vet Electric Wkll U-"ts'
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___._ __ -- : the Plate. Practically: ne'w. At a rvkonabla -
uh.h uu u county being recognized by SECOND HAND GOODS bought, moll\
Vall. Os.
Apply
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII(11I111111I101111I11I11I11I11I11I1111I111111I11I11111111I11 11111111I11I111I11I1111I1111I111111 n 1111I11111111 11 1111I11I11I111I11 UM the people and the commissioners' m.tt.. price. ) 1tt.8AL.R and repaired. The Casino. '44-tf

? . Who' feel that his services cannot be : WITH OUR DTINO PROCESS we
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FOR -One Nash touring; oar .
:== dispensed with. He is one respectedby make new your old faded elothlnvPfte.
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and one Haynen ven-l .
all who know him-or even slightly touring car. Both o'r'the. : at bargain The Tailor' Ml South Orangeaonue.
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==== come in contact with him. price W. B. Maklnion, CItr.VOR8ALb'.Two foatofflce Box (OS. Orlando T 'f
: ; Florida. l -tfe -
t === DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE M. I. STOUT ASKING BUNDLES FOR
FOR RENT
boy suit 4yearold :
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4 l. = .Pre.' Cathitr V; ..Pre.iJ.nt NEAR EAST RELIEFThe lice. velvet one dark blu, one
dark grrih Honnlan ityle. white
.5 FOR RENT-Flve-room house fur- '
---- --- ------ = collar and"""". detachitblo. Nearly nlHhed.. ; water Ilirht. and httth. Mr {
"bundle campaign" tO'rhe re new Apply SOI Main street. 4.-tf "
8 rah Prevatt. 608 Mabbette Street
lief of the Near East sufferers is be- XIspsImme-. 26-21t' n .'

1 I ;; ing pushed with great determination 'Oft. HAL.B-One. vlatble Emerson, a* good Typewrlt.r.model'three. .a. new. FOR RKNT-PurnlRhed flat. W. B. ; (
-ft When-An Elephant Crosses Bridge I throughout the entire United States Apply Valley Oazette. tf.rR' Harris. Qacette of/loo. It-tf !j
; ,:.- for information shows! there is '
great need for clothing for .the dependents liooina SAt'E and No For TreftpaB Rent. Furnished Cards in LOST I

1 = / = of that section. Mrs. G. W. cent each at The Qaxette ofnce. \.
== t i u u = 1 Best in making a special call for 49-tf LOST Pair of tortoln<--Hh<>ll rlmmeileluMacKa '.-
made by Hrnnd Sanford
bundles to be delivered to her on !
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--' == Kinder plea.. notify Hone Ualla- .'
.:::::::: Did you ever see an. Elephant. === 1 or- before Eriday June 24, at which -WANTED. Ither, rulofnct Box 82. KlaBlmmen.LOHT ",
lnte all goods received by her must 26-11 .
The Bank With WANTKU--Immedlntly three or four .
e cross a Bridge? First of all he .carefully he forwarded, and will "appreciate t lk't..O lot. clone ii,. itreferHhlv on on STRAYRt>-One), bluo-ronn 1
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JI donation. If the bundles can- Write K. J. 0.. Kl .lifim -. >
= every hone four )<>ui old left eye shown
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.., 5 the puts out one (foot and tests it. = Jiot' be delivered to her notice sent Florida. 2lt white.; Hear on Inside. left knet- ,
Aaron Reaves, It. F r) 1. Box 1OA
: = 1 her will result in someone calling: WANTFis-Mi1k. butter and cotta ttcclii'eRe KlMlmmee. 14-21 ,

:4 : Ability He assures himself that the Bridge is for the package. JMr P..cUKtoinura.A. 1'lerce Drop.Oakley.. card Grove to .,1.
LOST-Proltably dropped from rnr H
==== ==== Farm. Klnnlmme., Florida. 2
-2tcWANTHin .
BIG PICTURE COMING"The lonar-handled! sun umbrella: black.
' = and all right and will bear his weight. Itewnrd. 1'leane return to' Mfrchant j
-Paliitliifr Inside and out; and Km morn, Hank Klnalmmce. "
: Willingness u n j u j production Paramount - -- ---- --- -- -- -- -- --- :51
== will be the attraction at the Casinoin :
=: to Serve In our business dealings we are == the near future is said to be one

? just as careful as the Elephant. We = of the most beautiful pictures pro- .
.n-w' duced this season. The theme is TO THE MEMBERS OF ..

slow cautious careful. We take strong and the situations are often
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q' DPOSITS[ INSIJRD[ most dramatic. Throughout the actions -
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I .=: no chances. Before we into-any-1 === story.tUns Milton the threads Sills, Annie of a fine Forrest' love The Cattle Raisers'Association

; ,. ; thing we carefully test it' and make and Frederick Vroom have the ,prin-
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==== cipal roles.
c e:::::. , e S sure that it it all right first p'f all. == "The Faith Healer," is one of the -.- of Florida .
=== 7 ==== biggest productions Paramount have ,j
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''V ; S U 1 II H put out this year. Watch for it. '

:-=!. S .If a careful cautious Bank appeal =-== PERFECT HIGHWAYS The secretary of the association. S. Summerlin. has appointed, the If. !

: =: to you may we have your" business? = FORM. INDUCEMENTS ----- X;

=-= 0 = FOR NEW SETTLERS 1 Kissimmee Valley Gazetteas i
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: ( Bible/ road will help tho entire county the publication in which all matters of interest regarding the association i\
-for it will raise values, and in turn will be published. In order that secure' all f
you information
may
j BankofOsceoIa County .i LI ,'these taxes-In said eases the speaker.Will .bring Just larger now first hand you should' ** out this notice, and enclose: it with, ... ' '

: 'the stuff cannot be .taken out of the two dollars, or send two dollars withou this notice; then you wiU. '

: country .after it is produced-and receive' this paper, with its weekly news of your' a.sodabon. ,for on* :
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; : 4 there ii' no economy' ; In'delaying the 'entire, year. Get in line now. Make check payable"to'The: .,' Valley ..,., :
matte' When good roads are made
Gazette and tend '
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f Hours 9 A. Af. 'to 3 P. Af. ;;;I it Induces new settlers And new' industries Company subscription now before yoU forgetit.
t YoU'wiIl find ; will
it Addreu order '
't : + 'e.ae '.. -.- [ ;' business cannot ,expand under repay you. your *:to -
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: .a.* j I am in earnest,'in this matter Alt; VALLEY GAZETTE COMPANY iissimm flerik, ;
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