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 17, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01016
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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CLEv R.QIAy6RO Q UND: CA.I.L'TO'," \ NEW''I PASTOR DECLARED SPLENDIDAS OWGECOUHn.OFncw.'f:1: COUBTKCESSf D TlPEMEWERFLAfiMY: "

.t|p| -HAS." BEEN* ACCEPTED, FLORIDA : + ,IN 'sUSSrMMCE. ". SUNDAY. .. :

:: 'Some' :weeks since'' the 'Baptist .' .Honorable S.8.: Griffin, 'representative '
INTEREST VERY church oA>f'Killimmee. after'listening of'Orange' county was in Kls-1" '"I
to the pulpit utterances of.liev..J."A. CLIMATE SUMMER simmee on-Sunday to visit his broth-- Y
RESORT
Sutton, extended a call to him to ,, eI'll.Mr.'+.Griffin was declared...by.ihis: '
SIMi i*,VISITOR serve 'as pastor-'of, the local church. . associates' inr the' legislature s succesa 'TUESDAY AFTERI0NLegal,1
"_ the ....lon-b.vIn been
His acceptance ha ,just, been:received 'during1 << .

'./. .Federici Lit and Lot Adjoiniaf: U BeIng and he.':on is ,expeotedto'arrive,,Friday,;';) July; 1; 'in inKissimme. Mote..... Fokem. Wrda Most Entertainingly. ajj)Cenvmcinfir ... ,Tke 'Many and victorious has returned.in about'a'all strong: he' undertook advocateof ; .hp ,Ceueel Per.Tkirty a

... T..aaJ.lato; A:Place.ForPabUe which' event' b. ;will //commence his .Advantages 'Presented') by The':'State, ,For Sutmer' : -Qaetinx what is being' .\' port Miaatee U CaauaetMerate:die; Na.. j

AjanMsaeat.. ,*. *;'. '"." *' : new duties home'..at'.by commemorating holding services the his -' Liberally ,Frost "',h.CltlrtScience' Mo.itor"WbTb Alt h. Meat ed state upon'-" in'lpiany.*" Wild, 'Llfe 'Leap.Stroni of the.." !! .ti eat Flag;Day;;i. i '., <'* '
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; following Sunday plimentaryL., / *. J e1r.rt.wi11 be made.throughout Tuesday i' Daj"' '
.% With aview to creating ft roomy : was "Flag -:reeogfnlsed ,
N Florida to have such a league in
spot where there may found plenty The pastor, >> been filling overall America as.ih .-In. ,
of space to arrange.. some amuse the pulpit at Homietead, has already A' warning inns ;been I'given'' by .the simmee, .or Lakeland, :''or"Punta 'Cora every county rather: -that. '''than wild suffer life JD8ytbeInc.ed entire which to give) special reverenceto

ment for the tourist who frequent proven his ability to the satisfactionof American ;Medicine,i a medical. publication1 dai'or Key-West;, but i only recently extinction..' No' step have thus far The. Flag.,.It was also tAe national n
the congregation. H* i. a man have the and day of celebration '
others for
Kissimmee each ,winter season hotelkeepers the.>Independent
been taken In Osceola it
coming ''early and departing late- who impresses his; hearers with his of authority; as to conditionsIn grasped the possibilities! that such that, call count-but.be Order, { Odd Fellows-the. time ,
the .Mothers-Teachers has..beenJqsy earnestnessand.. he has filled for Europe :which_ must .for: along testimonials opened:up.' ? : .I-::. expected madeforthe a of will'soon' in .w.hich. the 'deceased members' ,'
"t' some seasons platform. f>chautau-- stand..in tourists "Those familiar, with the tropic.and purpose' ; organliation. the order1
In utilizing the federal Jot"blch time the--'way of .. ..,, ,, ., i. -r are rememberedand, their a
\" will some day' be occupied by qua institutions with the greatest of i gratlfylnR' .thelr desire "to see the subtropics will! tell 'you that the / SIIS taiSHM *BS S IMM- : earthlyrestingplaces: are ,tipped
a magnificent postof flee, and already' satisfaction to thousands of hearers; I wrecks of. war, except' at! personal air ,ii; those climates is always cool ';Mla 'Florence .Wellington,of Beaumont with;'Nature'.'CJlannec1.; and odorfnl
there are many changesintheplace consequently the Baptists feel risk, I.reeoat and inconvenience.! . in :the shade. This is particularly avenue"south! ,..has been spend tributes flower : ,, ..*. :* 14*' tTuesday
? -as well asln the adjoining lot ly gratified that so 'able a; hleh-j 'Transportation, 1 is .1 demoralized true of Florida; which.catches the ing-the week in Tampa-making the ,' la ...KUslmmee; therewas
i IfHr owned by Kate Brothers. been: secured. food t. scarce -and l\gh-prJced.J! ; air currents from the Atlantic, as trip as .a delegate ,, of the Epworthof special. feature added-wherein the ,y '
; Mrs. L. H. Ingram and Mr. A. T. His first services will be! conductedhere on top of all, that lathe presence of well as those from'the. .Gulf of,Mexl. Kissimmee... Miss ,Wellington Odd Fellows' ', after*,holding.. .their y:
lorr ion are--4hairmel1Ot.thee r4, on Sunday: July 8.DIRECTORS' much.'dIaeflMeMua resuULotLJUfffetingand co.; As' a" matter of fact breezes expected to return tomorrow. .. ,.. commemorative session,'. : adjourned ,'
:.Ilepartmentaftdth&formel' pressed .". - --privation.. --Manyconsumptive llrom heocii n.and her husband into a Job which re patients carto: be .found In L every part of-'Florida and.,the-tempera tare I the'i',county court recessedand Pat '
turns him no financial reimburse- BOARD community. Soldiers .are on ,duty in ont an ..average is ten degree. lower :SCHEDULES Johnston acted chairman of: the
ment and causes him considerable nearly every Country, the, war has thdn It is through more, northern. FIXING brief 'ceremonies; There was a', song'"
T. worry";-He called-upon- the lractor' '* nor-ended 1nr 'wome->f< them and '.southern states and the -centraltaUs. of "America" in' .which', the entire, '
owners to plow and stir up the 'Of CATTLE RAISERS shooting affairs, '.It not actual battles ." :; BALL audience' took part; prayer b,.;Ray., r
ground, and smooth it. When thin are of frequent occurrence.! It'' was under'the heading 'of "Flor. FOR +:CONTESTS;: iT. W. Brown,' of Saint Cloud} presen.tatlonof ""t
was done he commenced to "lay. out" No citizen' can go to Europe .without idar as a Summer Resort" that the : ,. The n.gb :Mrs..Pbeble. r
Jo. couple.of fine croquet courts and HOLD DAY SESSION a passport and good reasons Boston paper heralded this truth DIFFICOltJo DePue, also of Saint Cloud, inwhich k
tvsbfwe will be found to be perfect {In must be given to ret one. The visitor arnohg the northern city dwellers IS. many repeated?the obJigat on,,.of al-.
detail within aaherfrttJme.There : is-;isquestioned -every'port--of who}lire"on--canned fruits 'and'.ee.taW.s __L>L_; ,. -t'-,"I.L:; __' legiance.!!!. _the flag:f oil owing i which '''
will be a tennis court. There will be Routine Work :Carried 'Out f- Many debarkation{ and 'at every-frontier; whore' 'houaehold'firerare 'T Picks came" the address j congressman
station canned in pipes, whose music Everybedy M The MaaagerWhea W. '.1.,SeaJ'l.
a roque court. There will be places at every railroad his bafgaxeissearched gas < -*1. -a
for .the players of bl.ckslflith'J'Olf Important Matters Were ,Discussed ; ..nd'he must officially comes from within talking machines, '. i A" Dat. jb BrekeaAUo Mr. Sears never'apoke better: Ha

sometimes styled quoits-and there at Mock Lenrtii register.himself at police statldris in whj>se dramas and scenery aNt canned WIa .,.,c... Is Lost' t t. "' devoted.the. first'of'' his talk to*con-'
.will be In.general a nice spot for the cities where he stops., He must paya 'fn celluloid, whose water is piped, ,I. r" I . ".. .,'aM the especial;demand mad '
.' visitor to find something that will When the board, of: director was fee every time' his passport Is ex from distant sources, who see at sDM.Alny'manager- the :local upon all congressmen, 'regardless'' of '
t&.. suit him. If It shall be determinedbat called together in an informal man. amined. Fee-takers stare visitors< in night. with electricity brought In by ball team," was verbally kicked call the ,merits of a'measure that they :
'11III' there is not sufficient room for ner Monday morning at the office of the face at every turn-not to speakof wire; all of which makes life unreal: over the city on Thursday last when vote.according: to tb.'Ideas'of'the"man I
all needs an adjoining lot the prop- the secretary, S. Suntmerlin A. L. tips, on every side. The,'language AS compared to being in God's out: the game was not called between the back home" upon com bill not
erty of W. B. Harris, wilt be added; Jackson second vice-president, ofGainesville fs different at every boundary and of-4oors 'In Florida, where one can locale and the Cox Sporting Good yet introduced that" none bad evEr
for it is the desire to have things was called to the chair.. very mixed between -them. Foreign sayrwith- the Psalmist: I team of Tampa. The poor' fellow, een-bntithat all had been done in a proper manner Then followed a general discussion money is' at a great discount and .. h-, Lord, how'manifold are. Thy was not to blame for that club,re- : ed to urge "their ,congressman to.
This is the second time that I. P. of affairs in general--including range even experts find it difficult to void w ; in wisdom has Thou made : nigging from the< conditions and the disposition to Bell held Red binds the all the earth is full of Thy I Irlchltl. several.centuries 'to ."
Timmons has plowed and fixed up being up. tape every ; It seemed that he was advised at I review-the, emblem l;
this lot-giving? a demonstration of at the present prices It was brought movement. It is not, likely that passports ." I the last moment that because of. the .nd 'bannera of*tho." people; r
the work of the Fordson tractors- out that the seaman thus far had and foreign restrictions will be Tohear. real bird voices in the opening of the city league in Tampa th.n'paid his-glowing' tribute to Tha -4
/ free of all cost. And such work been conducive: ,to the growth and relaxed for a long time to come. tall treesthe roaring of ,ocean big i on that day the club could not fill I Flag-what 'it,stood for and bow it'
It coats a considerable sum in the total welfare of stock beyond the expectations Anent this situation in connectionwith lows; to escape days without sunstrokes its date here-but that affair .was I should be respected-especlally-'amea-
-but Mr. Timmons very chierfuUy of the moat optimistic, and the pear approach of the time and enjoy night. of refreshIng not reckoned on when the arrangements the- .recent war "which wa not .eo-'
contributed his offices free*of. all theN ,will probably' be from 15,000to when the palm leaf and electric fans Bleep, to see the glory of eastern I were first'made. Alvey.wired tered into throw"selfish reason,or.
charge.' 20,000 good steers' ready for sale are busy, in American cities of the sunrises,, the cloud splendors of. the to s.nralpoint.* tosee if a club for Mr..,,Sear* .waa '
Much of the tract-cleared been during tha summer .and-.falL Masons. money-b.Itof-the east, clear-.through' western.,sun,. of breathing--pure could be secured to take the ptactr ) hl*>' tho-r
used 'for the temporary storage of, It .was ,stated, however, that unless the coreal belt of the west to the front' nearby sea., in which one can of theTampa team-but could!'find rou Irhly.Amldcan"utterance..'. .'
automobiles, trucks. Fords, and thex.llke marketconditions improved there mines in the mountains, there Is very bathe; and catch fish and go sailing none. Hence the lack of the .,+dthE; I FoUewing the speaking, the audi ,
in various would probably be nothing offered: little hope for the weary except to pf visiting springs in which thewat Yesterday there'was -a'good'gsrar enca dispersed-and court,, took :up' /
fm demolition, and despair-but'thare 4-Uplaas.market offers were to prove come to Florida. 1'o.n such a most er is so pellucid that; boatsseem suspended here when Sanford showed up in full its'regular routine of'business. The,
:'K has been placed a strong fence along in a measure seductive the growers conservative and reliable Journal, the 'in midair, 'of autoing under strength--and the 'return game will courtroom' was well-flled during' the
'. the alley which will prevent running were totallv indifferent about filling Christian Science Monitor, offers the the shadows of ancient forestry, or be played next Thursday when the exercises,..and perfect, attention was
rfiiny sort; of cars upon the 'property; the demands, all declared; and it following comforting facts: along rivers and lakes whosenamesare Kissimmee team will go to Sanford.On given the number* on- the 'program.,, II.
Tand this block which has been here. was developed. during the discussions "The progressive'people of Florida musical-Caloosahatchee, Ockla- Thursday", June 80, the locals ..The"preaenee of an audience from '1; '.
tofore ugly and :repulsive Is now that there'-were' but two cattlemen have, awakened to-the fact that they waha; pkahumpka 'Snwannee Tho- I Apopka, and Apopka will come Saint; Cloud, beaded by Mrs., .Agnes !""1
presenting a most charming appear, who-were offering ctheir' entire interests have a delightful summer as well asa noto...'.*. 'TohopekaligaWithlecoo: here on ,,July 7, for the, return gam E.' Unrmorer' was,; a,. pleasing ,prat. 1' "J
f anee-and will look better. as the for sale. Bqth of these were men dll1ll'htfulwintec climate to. offelr cheed.msny ethers justas.euphanious -. Onj'ThursdayJuly'14'Whiter'Gar' oeeding.Although 'the ,.visitor;, .'. n
t days pass.Those who -had given full sixty years to the people of the states and provinces -=ln a land whose discovery was den will come Mere, with a big crowd made' no 'special arrangement for .... .. r.
in charge of the, 'work, and the work-; and now they were anxious of the north. Visitors who have one of the first ; of many 'romantic of rooters, with'a strong determination the affair their'work --was well dens, . .
.those who are turning in their services to quit the business and make spent the summer months in the episodes fn American history then .to .make Kissimmee notice that and'the-: rememberance: wfli long eonttoBis -' 91; .
free for the benefit of the city I their homes with their children- I beautiful southern the come to' Florida and come at" anyseason they have a real team in'that town. / ; 'A >
haven .
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.I where the prattle of'the little ones Italy of America, reporting of the year. % r .
deserve much praise for the interest I That Is, the schedule, so,, far I as baa r
ahowiu t\ would make music during the. declining I complete satisfactionwith the Come this summer;' You'can't; get been arranged.Manager .- ,'"\ ; ; ", ,, ., A record-Iron-era: shipmentecent.t ,
years soon to come Yet !experience of years past. Every year around in Europe except at large Alvejr feel confident that ty unloaded at Cleveland, ;.Ohio-,
both of thesfc' men were ,holding oat. more tourists from the t north have cost, discomfort and possible danger arrangement1; will ''be ". made for a hed,16,6U,, short:.ton*., '. w #
PRECISELY; AT.TEN' for good stiff'.prices. *. I, taken up. summer residence In. the ; it's not. .safe in Mexico; it's not game on the local ground'' on Monday .,
During tbe'meettn there :weN winter* resorts of Florida.' As easy to get about without guides in .
I havetold July 4. but as !yet i*,. not ableto :
u *. addresses from John L. Edwards, a I have returned; homeward they Cuba'''or South America because the make publiC full details. If plan FlAYED SEN'
banker of Ocala, and from former ', hotelkeepers in Tampa, in Jacksonville people.'call"t speak English; it's along culminate as he expect The Gazette : l ,
tCOUNT'Y000RT'WASH;: Senator Russell Palatka. whose or in..Tallahassee, what a way'to Japan and China) and
will be able .to give full detail at an '
; words were;carefully .listened to. splendid .lIDImer. they have spent. In the Orientals are peculiar and it's early date. .. , _.FKIS...E ;tryY ,'
The regular Cession' of.the, board Orlando, or Saint Augustine, or Day not particular invitingIn. Africa} \
: CALLED. TO ACTION met'at the city hall-and was presided tons, or West Palm Beach, or Miami, our continental neighbor,.C1'OSS .the BUILT TIIE'FIRST HOUSE 4"of.. ., '

_ ./. -- Crum--vf over by the first vice-president this, or Clearwater or' DeLand, or HLMONTSD'OCA Atlantic.'j IN KISSIMMEE;;IN;"1S83 HOLD! UNITED MEET' '
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Jan Tarn af Caaaty Caart Op****] session there was transactedall the l r WINNER f' :. TJ"ir 'tf *> > r- ---T-* t.Pr .
E. 'Bowen '
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, 'aMeaday With Leaf Docket routine business of the association; DISMISSED rSANFORDEASY I TEAM now,a resident'of, rged'erentytwo
4';,. .Spans-Vain Caflea flnftnclal' ,! matters. were brought up; BECAUSE' OF FINDING visitor\InMCisaimmee.eariythis: { "i OrJCari.. tugs fa He1i-) r ,ru
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bull! settled; and the books showed IN INDICTMENTThe : IN CONTEST YESTERDAY and : "
week he bas-tbe'sbfityto 'ft6caU
'"' ERROR "
It was exactly: ten o'clock Monday. earn an<'perfection In"'their, handling. '" was many incident regarding the 4g-O.rSpedsi'SenIc. 'J 't .!_1-,_", t
I motion made by the attorneysfor Kissiramee surely whipped .' KJ: :
T. L. Comer the ha
,. morning when Judge placeCoring eighteen month '
:.7. *&dvised the sheriff to call the court That newspapers mould public the defense in the lease of The yesterday in the ballgame with.th. lived<< here. '"'It is N'som. {ancient-history The matterofllbolding' sa Joint, *&$
opening-following which the judge sentimentwas solidly affirmed State versus Robert Montsd'oca, Sanford team-this (game standing alao./ It.was in January of 1883 meeting of all:.th-"order. *tred t..;' r al
announced that contrary to the usual this session, and it was the opinion charged' impersonating nn, officer 11,to 8 In favors of the-visitor*-and that started -and 'completed" the 'in 'Klsrimroee-1" now' many' ;,' ,
I-, custom air in the room could discard of the meeting that greater publicity and robbing av man of sixty dollars the only excuse the; local team ,has first.house he hera, lathis'city-the;site and,'plan* will ;..bt1....., be' aooncompleted ";11
;'" '. .. ..ttartr coats: andnmkCtbemeelvez-as' I should be.; sought from this themajiu, preferring to .yield is that>many of the member of the upon whleH:. th.-soeldebca".wNbuft .for suclivaijatherinsKrJtls'.pixpoaed : rho; .,
:y. K' comfortable as possible. time. "Some of the largesV papers t.bat.tribute to the majesty of the club failed to -..how'up and their beana"the location now occupied-by /.that.:**acn--ord: r.- aadssTJaaiiy tf5
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,. %J Ot the panel of Jurora' r.WIt.nine lathe state havefor'' some reason, law rather.than, admit. that he had ahalf places were filled from'the Yanks.of the.Osceola-Hardware .Conpany.-Tb*. the..t. t -e*:them-'aha J\ 'ap..
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developed a decided;: antagonism to pint of hooch and :two Water. those,rot so well-skilled.. Something pOinta;: caaunittaeV-: :taaeI" ,yrP. ,
i 1" 'were present: F. C.-BryaJVJafcnj-W; house ;;Wa* built1br-WPetnick::; : '' . .
iBarber" L. L.-Baker: .A--w- Crosby,. th.-range-eattla'lndustyy"-said one melons about him in his car. $hat the has 'been misplaced in the sporting who ownedlrgaacreagK. :what ptea>"w1Met ;'fit,thealoe;ant..,.-: ", ', .
; 12.! i Gardner, . ;;,;" .J'JM. D, H. lianahan. and,Jo1I1Following propernewsand; "reliableInfor-. faulty construction' wee "allowed by players havc.JoDttheir" ::pep.7 "' :: ions that be' ahonld occupy the: first . : la"bellendhat: Sri"" .
mation should be', furnished the ,this It;
y entire Judge T. L. Comer,, and unless new have not been goingsmoothy building.'' And a.the .work- was msh- means : :
''\: the sounding of the world." It is probable thatrea'ter papers shall be filed by the.county and there are rumors that ed to completion. '' .' 1; II' a greater unity may exist amour the lh!
1'1. publicity will l be had in the Montsd'oca is about to resign a* 'nearly' ; ",, '
!-. criminal docket a call prosecutor, will remain "Speedy": 'Alvey No 'sooner was that completed than woman belong .
venire'' future than in the past-and, to that fnpm the ma agement. If he doe \ man and the city
and the Lake
grade for a special Mr.: Bowen began work- on the
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;' TolIowing: were taken: E. E. Brown, end, these was a publicity committee free.The claim made by the prosecutionwas his place wily be filled by M.. Tiller, House-which< still remains almost- to, one or more of aka societies, there'
: appointed too secure details, formulate that- the arrestedman "imper who has- acted as manager season would' ba hurorad .audience- '
Clarence who will
Bailey. J. K. Conn, B. F. ruin occupied by a woman \
i fj Cobb, ,A. Oeifendorf Josh Ferguson, plans, and make suggestions; sonated an officer." The defense afterseason and managed .to- keep not rent but who is anxious to sell it even should there be no other in tl gaudience. .J
This will at the .. The project, i* one' which > ,
committee report the club Manager Alvey y
i Fred Harvey. Howard Kate, R. L. maintained that an essential featureof together. for.what it has cost; Then the same
'-, Oventreet. W. H1. Tunnicliffe, I. P. next meeting' of the board of direc the charge was tq<) designate the nay& that several of the team solemnly builder 'commenced. -..nd.lint.hed seem to' be. awakening ..considerableInterest .
tors. officer, which impersonated and promised to show up for the -and:then no-reason; '
Tison, and L. M. Williams. was large dwelling occupied by Bert -
Taken as a whole the session wasa in the motion to.dismiss Johnston game yesterday-and failed to-keep understood that why then should be any con la tile
t> The case of The State versus Alexwohns Bryan: and it la ,
'" because of lack of corroborative moat satisfactory one--*nd it.'was Garrett laid special stress.,upon the their 'agreement- and by that action several other dwellings were also plan .lIpJ,81I.' .lathe u.slightest' d.- sIgree.
shownthat -the organltation was fact that the warrant of arrest the team wasbadly crippled; and he :
evidence, was quashed; but the constructed by him before be concluded ; I
firmly on its feet in every'way.COUNTRY should have maintained that detail. I is ready to quit the post assigned -
motion by Johnston &: Garret that that other fields. presented -
4 this information said him-but will play ,with the club if WOMEN ARE A UNIT> .1:
the information in the case of The PAID HOMAGE "Lacking Mr. better openings.There ..,
.: State versus J. B. Shine was denied Johnston, "the defense would.be at I it. is the aesire. M but a email percentage of ON' BIRD'SAkCTUART,. ace''
," by the court. TO DEAD. LEGION LEADER a loss to determine what officer One thing i. certain: if Kissimmeeis the present residents of. Klssimmee I '
The first case coming up to "b* I Montsd'oca impersonated and because I banking upon making a killing who can remember Mr. Bowen as a I At the next session 'of the eitv'
;'*' heard was The State versus Ed Rob- At one o'clock on S.turdsy.U of that lack the motion of die! this season it will) be necessary there resident here. Of his family there council Mr 'Lewi O'Bryan will l
v erta,. accused of an aggravated assault Legionnaires stiaid their respect to missal could not be denied, he said.I shall be perfect teamwork-andthat now remains at home, but his wife-1' present 'to.that.' bodY'..draft of: ,an
,e in December, 1919. There ;were their deceased' commander F. W. Judge Comer took the' matter under <- : every player be on deck at the call although the couple have reared and ordinance regarding. the' creation of + h
1 witnesses Introduced in the Galbraith, Jr, who was killed in an advisement-and handed down I of the manager. If this doe not occur educated nine children of, their; own a bird-xaanctuary' somewhere :within r
;.&:., e4ue- The trial resulted in. .an acquittal automobile accident on' Thursday at his decision in favor of the defend- the contest may as well be between addition: to five they have Adopted the ,,limits of- Kissimmee--sndthe' '." R
;, (. t of the defendant Indianapolis, by the overturning of I I a couple of picked teams' from from an asylum. All are now married -. proPer protection of, the' birds and" j''
.', An hour of the time of the court the car down an emb. kment. In P.JOHN this city-when games could take and have families 'their own,:J squirrel which way '- make ,their.( ... "
lf '., was consumed in hearing thecase every city and town in the country: GRAHAM IMPROVINGJohn' place every Thursday afternoon withcomparatively : Mr. Bowen ,!saysand; any of them I home ,In 'the, aelected' J spot:.' ''EachI "
' \' of The State versus J. H. Smith, of there was one minute in which all Graham- no expense.. Baseball stand ready, to provide for the ..declining I "expressed .. d
'ki; ..d Kenansville. for "unlawfully, punishing business ceased-and in many cities W. S. Graham ,who son of'4r. and' Mrs. fans .desire to( see good games and years of thetwo pioneers. I thoroughly in accord-'Wlth',the, pro"t.\)
; was operated -
a child under sixteen years of there'was a whistle that sounded upon clever work;; only practice and jeet-and-.tllere' will *.bone 'remon.' cY
"i' 1.,..... The had precisely at one o'clock in the after- at an Orlando hospital on condition perfect teamwork will furnish those ORDER OF EASTERN ,STAR trance against t-the- passage of the ter
,. 't''! egtrue bill without the attorney noon for the one minute of devotions was "for a, time in a critical thing IS STEADILY !INCREASING measure:' "- ___ Internal complications had
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;,!< ; for the defense avowed and the. a- Various pta el' been.sllJl'1f8' '
brought about a'eondition which BARBERSHOP '
: J.: aertlon was, not disputed' by the pros.C i j, Mr. and Mrs.C.D of Portsmouth at first deemed to be appendicits was PRICES TUMBLE 'The local chaji7'; the"..Eastern ed for the location of.tha *anctua>:y. r ,S
i1 attractive #
jqution; htarinil' one word from, the Ohio who have been jookingover but a careful diagnosis showed otherwise. Star in Kissimmee ,Is'now enjoying i -but the-ample-and'most
I ONrteen-ye.r..old'. But two wit. ; As 'aoaprbe seen by Another column ground surrounding, the : courthouse .
all The thegreatest prosperity in a ita histort'
Florida to .find a place which man !* now mak ;. I ,
(\" .neees were examined;: the 'glrl! who suited them "us future home- arespendinll' ing' rapid strides young, toward the price at .the Casino barbershop At each r aesslea of ,tb Chapter I seem .to":rave' the greater a recovery. .
j'. : {was -tlecomplaidng-witness, .and her the'week with'Mr; and Mr*. have gotten .on the'road to old-time ,for some time new member have i supporters.,,,In.,that r pot also there
sister-:seventeen" years otd--4achof: .Breeze district New .:". ..,CaeamaadW Caeeea. figure-, Shave have dropped to'tOe been Initiated'and made acquainted would b* less ehsnee of depredation ? ?t
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whom had ,been i whipped.r The 'caN ---. ,'....;-'-:-: and. haircuts, to.:Sct....and.it U predicted with..the,beautiful -work ot thi! Or- .i-tu i.publicity,of the spot mitt tIng ;'& ) '
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1L> wan so. extremely J silly\.that both, at. 'will; There locate: > probability.. rf-eon-:,..-' To .succeed.\\Golonel.,Frederick W. ,la-fahaving; circles"'the prices On'-Thursday-evening-June. *., -acainst +$U'attacks, ?
: issiminee. ;
;' .. .to !neys refused Jto addresertb. Jury pie "In .. Galbraith commander the .AmariC will *oon' b* '.4t -and. the judge :.t stopped_ lingeringJong . -: .. .. Legion who was killed la an automobile Veek*" ago,when the price of a have the"Order., 'w ;f'1 '-' \ .* "' F *, n 4
,. \ ;enough to suggest that the jury h..Ji!with%?,running.;an< automobile accident John G.' Emery, went back'to .20c in'"Orlando.there .- Visitingmembers: and, 'the Members Tha" ttunWpeJlty "J '- f. *.
t". etsr. ahd hurry back with the TerI while .in 1 an intoxicated .condition. of.Gr<cf'Baplds, Michigan-who was was ''eqnaequent''" .' tal Saint of thalocal,: order an;always) world1l.la.'n\ of 'it ::1 i
I ti "'" ',Then John.. H>Smithwent, : This case/iras -long-drawn .utsnd vice-commamWt*;been i forwarded Cloud''to 25e; bat keondlUoa'aro cordially Invited to at\eJUI.--.qcI "will dewhicka poZesbeeomo! eeve ; 1 t.' '
.. n- ,bAelt i home with the'whole family.: considerable '.time" .was used in. -thejnryroom to the post''of\.Commander,, "ThomasJ. rapidly'altering- that'old-time'figure be ,fraternally'."'coJM .;! ",,' ' '' :, .. rthe.l'. it
'tf.i;,: . Following the',verdict"of.;the Jury to determine1 pena ,Verdict Bannigan, HartfordV Connecticut will aeon b"v ge.<-'The receipt win they' raetlea1lT" .. .
'ante' on:to be heard the ease .f Thttae "The decision was that. tIM defendant .. ;' ha bee1I'la4vanoedto'th..po'; ),; .t. 1I t/h Iffssened-lfoT'theretwiUjbe: .:.a 'Saint ,U uU' h. >tdiarl6-y+aTrok giri. work '..,.. .. .h....... r 4 ,
:.' ..v.raps .Robert-' Montsd'oca war-"guilty:as charged..**'.- of.vice-commander.; - consequent ;increaM.fan fan-farade t) W", rabbLs:. ,ce c-- et J.tI I C i,
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WJTtl =( .PRESS ,J ? ca **s uncrernia>io Bly l SO 'J .ariaPaley 1 tO- -.
]X d *om ts dlrettora| andJ-re-i I."toe beautiful: .
'..4 'rA, $SOCtXTH>K WOMANIZED, eedb'w' v, .; b +% ,t_ ** p> V *' Y bad..beeneo, caret s.JUy>. aitwtfed? *>y* -i 'edINa.174 ,'
i n odd"whin"Mbs'( nil BtaEey, of the friends of
There-was' m' splendid meeting of All martyr* Intended for thla department the bridetob.And
the Bestow Record, wag nominatedfor hovld be handed la M.ariyae then there was 'still' more pleasureand .
Association .
the South Florida Press and elected. Th nquickly I : )I
president
avant. ,
mu.ta Sew'aothentte. cCal1 lrIore11Ul'pl'iaaa..f" ,pMiss.WlIQI.
Friday and .Saturdaysessions ma Ul
Lakeland on followed' the election of 1
Phone 11, and. ask: for "Society." During .the- evening there wad areal \
wblch were largely. attended .
resultant in these: "ieepl'ealdentoMI'II.; M. F 1 I Form eloee promptly at ten o'clock !"case. in court"-Miss Wino being FW Sals at ff.Pel Maafe fire.teeleeAfC :
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and which were .
Hetherington.. of.Lak Jatad; secretaryMiss each.:Friday morning.KISSIMMEE. arraigned'before judge'and' "juty ... '
dissemination',of,Information' of Edith oOo .. + t. rOfc 1W YBLLOW rCNOL.WITH THI Rte BAND .
Edeburn of Mount V f. upon,.. charge of .:'Desertion, ftfap, .. f
1 considerable vaJue. Dora trea.urer-r-Mrs. C. V. S. GIRLS. EAOtg MIKADO
'At': that j election of officers t+there ,on. ;of Sarasota ," WU-I I ENJOY, SANFORD .VI3I1'Mies Other Business Alliances.World," and It proved Entering to'b.Into a .f. \" '.., EAGLE PENCIL ''NEW YORK' r I w
COMPANY
. The association went on reeo:' Margaret GAllagher,:who has mistriaL There were ,other pleasing ,
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i. endorsing: the no-fence law; and there been' having charming yisit with I features-among' them being*. "mus .. "
.\ B.V goLi t.1i t. was understood> agreement that;''friend in Sanford, returned to. her teal .romance" ,, ' .'
r ,. ,. ., no"' candidate for either house of the home la lcfssimmee'on'' .Wednesday The guestswQreiMt; .. F. C. Bryan, '.. .ti. I', . It;. .;..It..... . O 'o..""OOo."o'.; ',.", 0..

..fried the legislaturyshould be .supported at; Miss Hose Gallagher'who'. accompanied Mra.\.U,..M.. Breaker, ,Mrs.. Batt;Bryan
i i the next ceneral'election unless he her to Sanford? ii extending her Mrs. H.1' R.' Dale MM.: George ..
r , '.. .,,new'1oIpackai' : publicly announced he was in favor Visit there -as several entertainments Gardner Mrs. A. S. Gilbert:, Mrs. J.
oP of such legislation. have been planned for her C.: GrifrfiK .. H.. R.. Mayi Mrs 'J. (
", I The next session of the associationwill pleasure, among them i belnR"'camping L.' Overstreet, ..Mrs. W. L. Poulk? tsceolaHafdware' Co.Kissiminee's : :. T.>
Dealers-now be held in ,Lakeland January. a week on Crystal lake with.; large Mrs.- Holmes gather, M.... L. V. .
: a .- party of :young peopIe-
-. Story, Mrs. Rodney Slydr..MI'fI. W.
i ',, ,carry both, ;.' r HELD CLEVER HAND- EPISCOPAL RECTOR E. Sanderson Mrs. J. D. Woo I IN THE LEGISLATUREThe LEAVES FOR NORTH Mn. A. W. Winn, MrElisabeth Busiest .(orner'
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lOioflOc, Waring Misses Vivian. Floyd" Marion
Rev. 'and Mrs. L. H. Kirkby of ; -
; 'J20for2: ) (&. I Kissimmee the annual Valley GaZette of< Saint' .John's Episcopal church: l left Gove Moseley\ Manic B Ue Harris Louise .
announcing meeting Christine
on Monday for New York, where ; May, \Lois
I the executive committee of the Flor Overstreet Madge' Rivers Eliniee

''J't''t.I'.,toasted....,. ida.:.Cattle,Raisers',Association, that be I; they going will mend f'arthernorth the summer, before-possibly returning - WRlyerll1.O ha."Ro ,_ .and,. Gussie . We Can't't Run a Steamboat :
held in Kiaeimmee'today, states here in -
Mr.
September.
the association ha. more than 700 I. Kirkby has been greatly weakened YOUNG . . )

members themselves"and these men control I by illness,during 'the past year, and KENANSVILLEOn COUPLE MARRY'for. 1a
.. I among more than 250,000 :but a few weeks since suffered considerably but we can show you some of the finest .
head of stock." And that isn't all Sunday June 12, following the .If ..
I from fall D
: a but his many services at the church' atKenari'svllle Dining Room Seta that We
they control, eltherthey'leemed to Baptist you ever saw.
friends hope he will return here

; : '. ,_. ,.. ( STRIKEj) : majority have quite of a the lot members of influence of the with recent a- greatly .invigorated.MXRRIEmN Miss Edith, occurred Bass daughter the' marriage'of of Mr.' Y f. will offer them at figures,theft will_make you \ .
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and Mrs.O..R.B"'and
1egUlatur:=Tampa TimesTSpeciaV FEBRUARY Augustus '
Balsden Mim Mattie want to buy; We'll be 'glad to show you
IOARETTE AND AGAIN IN JUNE Baisdea acting
) prices for.. quick sale: Mrs. Ella Franklin.announces the in the ,capacity of bridesmaid and because we know you will be pleated.
,t bundles of old newspapers, always marriage of her daughter, Irene Nat Bass being the groomsman.This .
a selling at fifteen cents, now selling Dorothy Ray Franklin, to Dwight M. was the culmination of a ,courtship .
at'ten cents\ because: of lack of roomto Funk, February 7, 1921. This mar- since early schooldays. The -oOo--
taiz:: store them. It' will pay every riage was kept a profound secret[contracting parties are highly esteemed '
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,', _;..= housewife to get a supply right now but has been disclosed to ,the entire-I by the entire countryside
\ - 1 Mr. and Mrs. Baisden will reside O.
while they /ire on .hand. Valley. Ga- satisfaction both parents. WishinJr at ,0
zette office --26-tf the in Bay Hammock-:
k license recorded Osceola How About Working in a Cool! r
county the ceremony performedn
.t+ -' -- __ was ,
--- NOTED ATTORNEY DIES
SaTril Cloud on June T:-192T; by' ,
iic oooooooootOoOt.OO 40000'It8EASON'ABLE > Judge 'T. L. Comer in the presence KitchenOne
1 William A. Blount, of Pensacola,
of a few friends. The ring/!,' ceremony
president of the American Bar Association -
c r twas used.BUNCH died at the John Hopkins

GOODS OF GIRLS hospital. Baltimore, Wednesday, at of our Oil Cook Stoves will fix you out
: OFF FOR WEEK'S CAMP I the age of seventy years. He was
Yesterday afternoon there wan a the best-known lawyer in the state, so that you can be corforlable all summer -
: of folks and has at various times held very
group happy young? leaving D 0
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for Alligator lake-along the shores I high positions. City attorney of and cook lots of good eats too. We sell
: of which water they to I| Pensacola for ten years; state sena-.
propose camp four kinds of Cook Stoves that 'burn Oil or
tor member of the constitutional
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for a wee-k or no-or until they feel -
t We aew have on display a number of Specially Seasonable Article the call of the cit" They were well convention; chariman of the committee Gasoline.!. With that array of goods we can
S i such : equipped; for the stay with plenty of I to .revise the Florida statutes;
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good eats 'n' everything-but those aid in revising the rules in equity please almost anybody. ,
REFRIGERATORS, PORCH SHADES .. taking part in the trip asset that itI I for the federal supreme court; .trustee -
of the Flagler estate all of these
"will be no place for a beauty par ;
'i ''k1 FIRELESS STOVES OIL STOVES lor1 Until they retuin and other posts he has filled with
Mrs. Rose is in Charge of the party honor. i
PORCH ROCKERS, PORCH SWINGS which numbers Ethel Allen, Osceola
Gl! dys_ Griffin Mattie Belle Harris, "FAITH HEALER COMING""The Hardware Co.i

; IVORY BEDROOM FURNITURE Lillian Harris; Margaret "Kenton,' Faith Healer," 'a powerful
Orpha Rose, and Leah Wilcox-together
GRASS AND ,CONGOLEUM RUGS, etc. with two visitors fromWin- Paramount picture in which Milton
.? ter Haven, Mary Early and Edwina Sills plays the leading/ role, will, be STANDS FOR THE BEST IN QUALITY AND SERVICE
soon seen at the Casino. This 1 is a i
Ray.
r ..' Fibre Reed' Furniture for tiring Room and Porch, Together with powerful! picturization by George
Mclford of William Viughn Moody'sfamous
; ,, Many Caarmin; Thin*;* Which Ge To Make the'Home More Pleasant JOINED SLY. YOUNG IN WEDLOCK COUPLE play. Ann Forrest plays opposite ?

What might be really termed a'quiet role Mr. Sills in .a. sympathetic I Everybody. Wno b Anybody Advertise Their "Wants" i 10 Tie Valley Gazette

I Yea wlO enjoy Inspecting these food*-and we will be pleased to wedding" the first one that _, -----_-. -.- -' --- __ "' __ ___'___.. __ '_ __n __ ____ ____ ____ __
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has been heard of for a long, longtime U
i "r. .- : show you! and serve ,oa. was that of Miss Irene Franklin -

...." daughter of Mrs C. E. Franklin .
of 212 Emmett street to Dwight
% ; PRICES ON THESE GOODS ARE, EXTREMELY REASONABLE Funk" son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H.

l Funk of Milliard's Island. The wedding -- ...
) was a !!surprise to the mother of '
the bride as well as to the many .
Grahtham Furniture Co.SatisfactoryStore1 iends of both the contracting par. -. ;
ies. The ceremony took place at -:

,. '.. residence Saint Cloud of on Judge Tuesday T. ,L.June Comer 7,with, at .,", .' J, ,?,, : ",

"w, : '. but .few present and they all swornto THE UNIVERSAL 'CAR ' 4 ,

", ;.' i, : 'M.;.' \. "'.f''' :UTIu.\. t'. "I e.t.. ;/ ?' ,o l:. ;:" > .-" olt surprise secrecy within raj; both but week Mr.the'-+..and greatly hatter Mrs.." to leaked Funk the ," .'i'1

7,4./ DARLINGTON:AVENUE I highly esteemed and have a host of
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fri _the bride being a native of
I : : P... 'Tkose.lioldiaf.keys.in, living .
a: w. '- ; onr eoateatshoallLbriae- Cissimmee; and they are now -
'f......; ,'.J' : ,. '. . in'a nice, neatly-furnished home .-
which the groom has had under con fol.--lowieg
struction for some" time at a point :

.{i".lJ,. '. :, 'i !" .... ..................... . OUto. close, to the residence- of .his .parents.' "Another reduction has. been made in the list price of all type of Ford
MEIKLEJON HOUSE
.... SCENE OF ENJOYMENT "car* and the Ford truck to take effect immediately. The list prices

Embarking at Kissimmee on Wednesday f. o. b. Detroit are now a*' follow It
and beaded for Paradise Island ,:

; I there to make headquarters at TOURING CAR __.s.$415.00'
Lake L. k Park.k ---------------------- _
i : the beautiful Medclejon House which '

: ( ..1 occasion had been was fitted a jolly especially party-with for this the RUNABOUT. ______________________.___.._ 370.00. <, .

COUPE .
695.00
full week. :
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t "" Not.'all of those the could remain entirely SEDAN. ________:U-_____________________ 760.00 -
through time arranged but; '0'

L .OPENING could be pre ent. for half-days or -evenings CHASSIS S' __________._________________,__ :345.00 h'. "
; yet the major portion of the
number arranged for remaining 'con- TRUCK CHASSIS _______________-"_________ 495.00

; t : tinu6usly'. The Bullock boat the Coot, which TRACTOR ..____________________________ 625.00 .
:MONDAY. JUNE 20 has been extremely popular with the ,
: young people for years, is at the The big reduction last fall were made in anticipation of low material l *
service of the party-as are also a'' costs which we are now getting the benefit of. and this fact together Jf)
:, number of boats and canoes. All are with increased manufacturing efficiency and the unprecedented demand

I 'Fr r .I enjoying excess of water food sports prepared, as with well as great an for Ford cars particularly during the past three months permit

;':) '" 'The,. Park i i. still in an unfinished condition, but I culinary skill-the menu consistingof ting maximum production have made another price reduction' 'possible
f whatever the markets afford, anda immediately.Ford .
; ; am anxious that the public shall have an opportunity.. to goodly supply of watermelons.Mrs. I
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.'. Celeste J. Fripp and Miss Mc- business for the months of April and May I92I was greater by.. '
sip e f inspect what has been accomplished I want the people Lendon are chaperons for the party. 56.633 cars and trucks than for the same two months in 1920;' in fact

't. ''to tee the elegant.'.Bathing Beach the Boats, the Swings urable Those affair participating are Misses in Violet this pleas-Bul- the demand has been even greater than the supply so that our output

i J ,1! "-' for'Children}i I want all dance-lover to enjoy ;the Dance i lock, Helen Bass, Margaret Brunson, has teen limited not by unfilled order but by manufacturing facilities.
Catherine''Cacr, (of Coronado Beach),
ii .: .. rom eight o'clock to midnight; and I want parent to Carolyn Fripp, Grace Gilbert, 'Katherine During May we produced 101,424 Ford car and truck for sale .p
Gertrude in the United States alone the biggest month in
McKay McKay, J6Maklnson the; history of our
the enclosed the the kiddie
r "' Y' ice. space on beach for Dot Makinson, Maggie!: company--and our factories and assembly plant are now working on
';' ;'' -00.--: Mae! McCranie Lucy Lupfer Ada a. 4000 car daily ichedule for June. .
Louise Simpson; Alpha Westfall,

', All this will be Gussie of Hopkinsville Winn; Miss, Louise Moseleyj Messrs. -The Fordson tractor is still being 'sold at less than the cost to

Bearden'KentuckYl'; Gor- produce on account of the recent big. price reduction., and it is. impose
Raymond
don" Bullock Frank Bryan, Walter Bible therefore to make any further cut in the price of the tractor." .
}FREE MONDAYJUNE 20 fREE Bass Lawrence Carr, (of Coronado'Beach
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), Roy Graves, Elmo Griffin, Can :you afford to go without a car any longer when Ford* are selling at.
Sheldon Johnson, Murray Overstreet, these low prices> There is no reason now why you should delay purchasing a Ford
r; The Beach will be' open for bathing on Sunday. Rosco Roberson, Gerald Rivers, Joe car F.ord truck or Fordson tractor. 4't
,, t Sears, and Will Tiller. ,
ey CHARMINGSHOWER We will gladly"advise you concerning the delivery of a Fordson tractor or

? No liquor allowed on the) ground: no dogs allowed on TO COMING BRIDE the particular type of car jn which you are interested. Just! 'phone us or drop us .
....* Mrs. R. S. Floyd Mrs. T. M. Rive a card.. .
.; ,_ ground_ ; DO.' disorderly' ,person. allowed. on ground t'h"! Miss Elizabeth; Donegan, and t

J 1 : '. .Thew. ,rules: will lbe_ ,enforced." v .-.-. . Mrs.: Julius Smith were .hostesses at t : "
; an especially charming affair .givenat t ,t f I
o _- t" I' f'' --. -' ....., the residence'' of Mrs. Smith the I.I 13"T' IM'iI r ..'M' ,.ON"'S" 1r 1\.
: 't :' r# .. Osceola house, on Wednesday even \ aAUTHORIZEDD
'1 1. .<; : : .when ,shower ;t. :1 /
JI ing ia was given for .
oj' k t : f Miss"Grace i WInn,. who ,.is to be a ALER ;;. v '
f.. ];;:1'8 8,1" . f:,A" L.E. PrtJ'' .'Ht'K' bride,,,. Dame Rumor declares, before .
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.,. .,. the'-* montbencLThe rooms, were 307309.: :
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1 .<. 'If: ALLEN K:,:FODICKOwner';/ .- f.: ) scheme of whiteandpink- !' '
t. colors,.,predominated. In.: the refresh. Y r'w' <. ', x '' : ...... """ + ... ',,,,",,, " ''v 3.... '
r rt, 'Midway between. ., kiwimme. and. :Sajnt"dif&t. . ; ;tXL .; . f meats _serfed.tht.guesla.were v. ,,*'. " f s d :; !J.: "'to .\( ,'\, ""
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: T' Well, It is mighty nice that In Says. the Melbourne ,Tamest 'The .Ocala Banner wa carrying:on Mackerel ...".*elllnjc.1nSaoir"Peoeburg ;: "
TAPPING: HETL-fOUGHT TANK Florida the devil' takes a I lay-off ev. toward' 'Callahan came up Friday April SO, a* large display announcement "t from four to six cent
"rammer io' that mapy'of the '' from Lauderdale last week 'of. the Pas t'i; r's h1ll'cbea"ean: shut up'shop and don't to spend the weew end. with saying the, place WM open for]'know, bow would' but, buy them at
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( 7r. THORN : have to listen to the preacher his, parents; ' reservation up to SundayMay 1,?those price &lid..'emoke; 'e** ,601':1u..
4.. t .....-. t through the vacation period.:. Probably ,Retaliating for what his That' what I call' uptothemint.stud ture- consumption think what a' lowering I,
),. lC; . parent spent in the day; long alone Yassnm. there would be in food expenses -
And The T eases Grab, : Too Mjattt Catering at the same .location ' | .
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: FORGOT THE "8AFETY'FiRST", '" HusK!{, little auto!r' The Wauchula Advocate 1* carryIng .*. Oh. You June Bride .-1 *, *' *
---- Don't you cryf an advertisement for "roach Not. Up To TV Minute" Wideawake' merchants are advertising i Take 'Your Own, Choice" \,
AM: she aalel. ,alter' pressing her You'll get a blo..out.of combs." 'Goodness-gracious 'Annie; I IHaa I Says.the Arcadia Enterprise: : genuine cedar chest ::which! :Really there, doesnt seemf to..be a...
1 fair lip to mine-' .I, ye-and-by., ''Q it reached a -'point 'when, in Harley Watson and. his sold a very" faw.'years ago at greatdeal of difference so far-as
I.' 'When i itwo' heart were: beating'alike 0-'." 4., place of stepping: on em, a fellow Is 'force of men ,were busy fifty, "for June ;brides at $27."nln"l danger' lies whether a man i* .,managar -, '
) Save ,Time And Talk expected to comb .'emt Powder puff. Tuesday unloading a carload long as June brides eer"em of a Florida league team or a ,
t "Say, what II 1 the need'of a three- I knot'? .a restaurant carrying the for, swidflies" next, I presume .of Ford Houring cars. should they,.. worry a* to what they rear admiral in ,the United State )
1 day' beard?, \ sign-that says: "If you are -displeased .1"- Evidently Henry doesnt give, a cost?..* I afrould ,say they :shouldn't., ; navy.. In,either case:the map seem f9'
e, 1 "Areth*' barber* all out on a' wfeH 'our- service please tell Us.", 'roo'True"i:Alas, Too 'True dare :what people style his,Fars so *. to be "Informally" romped on and
strike)?" X .. ( If the proprietor woulddelete that There has been ,saying current long: as ha has tha.. .privilege of making ,ref.Hat* To ''Do It critlciaed in, a.. most enlivening: manner -
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..... "dis" it wouldn't be necessary that' for years that ."A' cat'may look at,a 'em. .V Some''' day If'.the Ean, Gallle .Record ___ '
I. _. ., . he should spend two-third his time I king. 'That is-still true-providing: "* doesnt quit using stuff from. my L

." *!; .probing. ; prattle. _Yassum. I the king'can be found.. "Yet the ap .There Are Weddings And Wedding; pea and failing' to give' proper credit I --------H ,
Vl Don't Like TtA Combination # horism has now been 'changed in Frequently society and. clubs Inaugurate I'm gqing to'' speak right cross': to)jt., : J
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I donut .are in what sense the Oh. Balls! IlawlaUniversity. Florida to read: "Deputy..herift' "mock weddings," and
term is used I ,don't like. to readsomewhere balltearfa are to play'' cannot look upon' cats." And you !there 1s a charge made to witnessthe I'd possibly regret-my kick' _,, _
... that a woman has been this season for g'Old'ba.eball.. a* know' what I mean. performance.. But.I've seen manya And be durned sorry that I said itr ;!
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<- made a "vice-chairman. prize, according to reports from ( *. wedding' that proved to be a 1.Yet when they take from i The Gazette
Cornell. That may be all right in Where Strawberries 'Blush "mock"" affair at which there were I feel they should;, give. proper
Certainly A Misprint the north-but in the, south hero Says the Plant City' Courier: no changes mademot jrwiped away credit -'Ii
The Leesburg Commercial has an those who wish to boom a paper rail Traffic Officer Drew took her ,, tears,. father snuffed and blew *yj A 'C""
article headed: "Everybody.sees' n way always donate gold spikes for the second dog head within his nose--and the blushing bride Storm-Center Of Ignorance'

change. fa tloter." ,.I,think.. that_was the winners.! .Yassum.. a 'week to Tampa this morning didn't realize for several weeks that Says the Arcadia News:, .
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a linotypical What 41 * for the test for rabies th- -whole domed"'thing' was a In'writing'an article;Tabont
Erel) really wrote error. Should Be Explicit The dog' killed this morning "mock." I thank you. the capture of a, bootleggerat
was "Every-
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i II getting' change out of father. The directorate of Wellesley college bit a colored woman in the Wauchula last week Editor *
.', I thank has issued a mandate tbat in "Bottom Pictures Cast Bad Spell Goolsby said:.-"One hun:,, ,
*your.* every; case the girls must wear Evidently Traffic Officer Drew. Is There are two thing needed, 'and 1 dred and eight-two quart ORANGI"CRUSH tl 'i
He Wa A Wild '.Wild Man skirts that hang not less than Six a close observer. sorely needed, by the Juniata'. Film of fine liquor were captured. ; ) t.
,C4 There was an old baldhead named Inches below the knee. The ruling: Company', of Tampa, a concern mak- ." Question III; How did .
chabod Looch does not say if the measurement Mighty Bad Advertising ing advertising film pictures "One Gool.brlmoW"1t-'wa. 1\ne1- '
Jite'd often ,nutty 'homemade shall be taken from the north perspective The Plant City Courier carries an .fit these third-grade, speller; the Wisdom, thy name is not ClaudeC.
1 hooch grow where the knee begins or advertisement reading; "Lostpoorvision other, 1 is a dictionary. Of course Jones! Really, I can't, imagine a
All over his head from the southern exposure, where with new pair glasses fitted then Is a possibility the filmmakersmight Florida newspaperman so densely '
Sand and he'd spreadSo the Knee terminates.. Either way'll by" so-and-so. No reward is offered get along' with the latter, ignorant a* Jones is trying: to .ap ,
the flies couldn't syrup meet there and suit met I'm staying: In Florida. for the return of either the glassesor alone; 'but the spatting of the more pear. Goolsby, is, fight emphaticallyright
hoochee-cooehl *. #. the po6r vision, and, really, I simple words might be the better : there aint no other kind than 4
*. *. I Know I'm RightI can see nothing In that sort of pub- learned from the speller. So far as "fine." Jones ought) to be taken into ,First: came ''Ward'*
Perplexing ParagraphOne ? don't care how many WCTUs or licity that, would help the poor visionor seen the company has not put outa custody and .confined until the mole-
of the state exchanges :coming .Uplift societies friend- wife belongs aid the advertiser. Mebby it's showing that has failed to have cules at his brain were .working: over- Orange-Crush. Later

,4 my desk mentions the arrival of to I have never yet heard of a case only a Joke, anyway. some glaring errors--and such ignorance time at one-and-one-half pay; yes,he came Lemon-Crush and I
a sweet woman and : where, !if \hubby came home at any *. seems to sorter detract from had. I am pained at being forced to .'& "
,
"All of our young citizens are glad to says see old hour with-a pocketful of maiumaie Will Someone Tell Me-- - l the- attractivenessofthedisplays.. 1 m...- uch.-comment-.but,.my..candor LT'-' 111e-Cruab.: T5*** ?-t11YCey.f-. ,- a:
Miss Lotta Peel." I should say so had captured at a P. P. P. P. Is J. H. Ross,- president of the. You'll say I'm right. I thank you. is Jto be considered above all things are carbonated drinks"of
: But what is she working on? Citrus ? fruit, cucumbers-or merely a lotta ,either Jawed him or rebuked him for merely a minister And if the lat Search Me, Annie, Search Me * supreme quality and, ,
everything? Hey, trot! the "evil ways he was Hollowing." ter' why not speak of him; as Rev- For the years the"Walker ,Use 'Your JudgmentThe fruity deliciousnesa.:;
I N'ossir. But let,him home erend? When one saw "Dr.. Evangelistic
*. *. come from years : Party" has Okeechobee New ask: "What '
And lt'. Mighty MeanT I one of those "set-in-.soirees" with his ago the idea was conveyed that' he been gallivanting over Florida, try- is to be done with mosquitoes during Enjoy one today,; :
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< Every time some smart guy pockets so light that an extra match was a physician real, honest-to- ing to convince folks that Saturday summer?" Well, you might adver- InJbvtti oralfotmtal**
frets to say something he doesn't i in one of them would cause him to Annie physician; and it's awful em- is Sunday-and that Monday morning tise a series of "Ankle Assemblages"for < t
dare to father he will commence the skid-well, Just. let-that'* anI! You barrassing nowadays 'to address a is Wednesday afternoon. In fact, them where they could have a Bottled by "
story with; "As Abe Lincoln once- know. man as "Doc" and find afterwardsthat that ,man Walker will argue any- few mass meetings in 'addition to
naid." Don't you know they wide\ *. *. he's working at th' bishop tradeor thing-and I personally know that their general banquets. Or you might COCA-COLA BOTTLING
that ? Sure you do. If Abe really This I* Hot Staff filling a pulpit. Anyway, whatever he is a durned smart fellow. Thereare add a few barrels of stagnant water WORKS
had said all folks lay at his tonguehe A drugstore advertisement! in the he is. J. II, Ross has doctored up the three ..good'thine' about him. He at convenient location about the I '
would hav been forced to celebrate Lakeland Advertiser says: "It's a Florida Citrus Exchange so it is a is a fine. advertiser, he never kickson town where they could breed in the Pkoae. 168HOME
his two-hundredth birthday an- I popular place for cooling off pre- mighty peart infant and doing rates, and he sticks to his fad calm and quiet which resembles that
niversary before he could have turn-I r[ scription specialists." That ma* right; smart, thank you. with the tenacity of a sandspur. "twilight sleep" so much vaunted
,' ed in his lost health, notice. I thank' work all right in Lakeland where Personally in his arguments -don't few years aback. Or you might
you. i the folks are hourly giving the school Certainly Highly Edifying give two bits whether he gets lickedor train 'em to light upon the back f t
*. t I board and the county superintendenta The Clermont Clarion each week proves a winner. His crowd is and fronts of lightly-clad members ,
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, There/ Ain No Such Thing I prescription f loosen em up-but carries one column of patented pray npw in Ocala. In one of his advertisements of what the society !gushwritersstyle -
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''It sounds odd. ers, the Fernandina Leader each .he asks "the set" and teach
When you read in the society gush Bytheway, although : "Who changedthe younger :\
column of the daily press-or even Lakeland has a larger assortment of ,week carries a bunch of stuff about Sabbath ?" Honest to goodness, 'em how to shimmy. Or you might
the weekly for that matter- sidewalks the majority of people the babel message (a lecture deliv- Br'er Walker, I dunno. know thatI teach 'em a few unknown tongue
, about' something press that was "wholly there greatly wish to see a "board ered In Seattle by -Jenabe Fazel), didn't. Then he announces a lec- and' let 'em go to tent-meetings to
walk.. Cheers and and the Arcadia Enterprise devoted ture "Where the dead the awake where
on ?
nformal," you write it right down on ( applause.) Out- are keep congregations .
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your memorandum slip that it was side of a few educational matters five columns! to allowing a ministerto That's where I'm Ignorant again and the other speller failed. Oh, there .
, 1J.- one of the most formal things ever. and -a tremulous fear that those who tell why Sunday is not Sundaybut once more--although I recently .had arena hundred. things you might do
'gThe women will wear those pledged money for a bonus when un- is Saturday. Oh, hum! Can'tthose a conversation with a merchant who to them durned mosqueej; if you
nh'which almost heir der the heat of excitement may neg- -papers' scare up a dog-fight, or didn't believe in advertising. That' only have mind. Yassum. I thank

, _. hubbies to pay for-bankrupt and -the men lect- when. -they ,.reachthe' .-cooling- a nice respectable scandal, or -some as near as I've' come to it. Yassum. you.

sweat in those joyclothes which: room Lakeland II'a darned good something'ofrealinteresttotilltheircolumns without such . . .
resorting: to +
city.
make 'em wish they could 30 home
finicky fads from the foolish fanatics
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early and got into soniethiuj: that ? -
; I was comfortable and easy. Really Lincoln Was Very *. I Y .4 a
News
'rind truly it never does to believe The New Smyrna speaks of "Tongues That Blast Fame" li

i one of those "informal" bits of gos- "Senator Lincoln Hulley, 'alleged The Rolfe (Iowa) Arrow
'It alp. An I'm sure I ought to know representative of the people of Volusia says .Orlando is the suburbof A - t ;
-foi many reasons. county. "Alleged is cer- heaven. Isnt that hell? '
, tainly good. But what could be expected Sanford Herald. No, it is .
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Order Of Dad of a man who would' conduct
Royal just 24 miles south.-Re- ,
i There !is being an attempt In'var- el\ gubernatorial .campaign along the porter-Star.., That' hell for :
.. ,f J'' another society or amalgamation or did when he had a chance to talk to Thorn like the devil.
,I look
. t . union-comprising only, those whose school-children. T In West Palm Let's see.. I think it was Dryden '
, '& entered the world-war but I'm Beach he addressed,the pupils of the laid :
)ns Us who : / "Be silent and beware, TOWN BANK ;
. free that I am at a' loss to understand .choolnd mode of procedurekilled if,such you see; 'tis defamation but
what few he
why there should be a need of votes might have to say, 'that's he'!" Those who have
such an 'affal.-xcept the simple desire secured from the thoughtless. The scanned the polished '.dome that "
Post at that time ,
would
i the of few the not print ., "
for reaches above the
I upon part a collar of "fob"Holly I' ., ,:
the facts in the case-because such .,. .
be
- publicity that might brought '" editor of the Sanford -Herald, T : "\"
about by acting sponsor for such modes were deemed silly and because will readily with that
as agree me .an ."
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We have the that paper knew he had no more ofa ,,
could
an aggregation. now egg not be smoother nor a FOR "' nn
it is well. show for the nomination than a 1
American Legion-and balloon contain less than that portion :
Why organize the "dadja?" Once honeybee has for successfully sucking of his anatomy whereon he rests t'J" ; .
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that society should get! under way sweetness from. sticky flypaper. his hat. "And thus endeth the evening ,
f iher, would 'come the "Association I thank ypu. lesson." .
-''ctf Sweethearts of the Men Sailing *. *

Overseas," a "Sweater-Knitters' Un- Reduetio ad Abeurdum And Speaking Of Pride :
. 1011: a "Cigaret-Senders Society," Says the Leesburg Commercial: Oh, why should the spirit of mortalbe ire
, and countless? others. If there is"" to Between the Sanford Her proud -
. i be a society of "dads," then why not ald and the Orlando Report- He has severS sure winners, he brag- HOME TOWN PEOPLE[ : \
jet the mothers get in on something er-Star we are about to se- geth aloud;
t and institute the "{Sisters of Sea- cure some valuable informa He goes to the track with a very
Crossing Shooters" into one grand tion. They .have concluded swelled dome. ; i
- ...-. harmonic ..holet' When the great that hades is about where Then borrow a dime for hi*' carfare
American public shall have done for Kissimmee I I is because back home. .
I the, American Legion what it is ex- "Thorn" looks like the dev -Luke ..McLuke.Oh \ - ._ ---4 ''
pected to do little interest will be il." Now well hear from } () -e. -- -- I: IA

taken in foolish. thing Thorn. They have hit MID In why shbuld the spirit of mortal .
*. a tender spot for if there Js -- be proud M

". i t,. IGNORANCE SEEMS JOYFUL one thing Thorn 'prides himself However with talent he ,may beendow' C
Edison knows lot- upon it is being the
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Or, at least, it may bew most attractive man 0 n Though he shine in this world as aluminous .' (
w The men he hires know a lot- deck. light _. . ; :
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Which amounts to the same thing Why shouldn't the spirit of mortalbe His wit make him take out the WE PAY
, I' Thomas has been asking proud T When everyone intimates garbage at night .
i i'Several: hundred fool questions speaking up loud, that for -Detroit Free Press. '. p
{taring the past few weeks, each grain of praise I ant giving: '

;, And, declares, asservates, insists, peck-while they swear I'm' the Oh, why should the spirit of mortalbe .... ,
I Maintains, and makes affidavit handsomest man on th'deck. And yet, proud? .
f That the unable to when they size up the devil with m '
d man answer When sometime you ,on'e dare, to
\ <.' Th' durn things correctly I know it must please him, and tilt mention out loud % . .
. Knows but mightly little.I him with glee: I'll add while the The. pleasure you've loved _and the) 44 ; ; :
i would like to ask Thomas blow is a hard' one,.Ill bear it; my sweethearts yonVe known -
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r .IJ, Why a man who fixes: tires face was hand-picked-and, by gosh, When home little, tiff war-turn love- - - .0./ _
I must it]
4 I Is called a "vulcanizer wear look to stone
.; Now, I do not desire i .'w \
; An essay upon Mister Vulcan Where Advice Come In Yearning For Privacy ...
... Fft I'm fully aware The ,best advice that I could give to notice that frequently an account
:, OV :full details and specifications those I'd see succeed, will 'be published of someone who ON SAVINGS ,
,i .1:,, Regarding- Old Man Vulc:- The best advice that I could giveto 'Was robbed at "a local hotel;" or - . "
! A cunning artificer far metals him who'd save hispoll; someone died at "a local hotel;" oran .. '. .,
1.. But rubber is not a metal, Is this, and it is good advice that all elevator failed .to work properlyand 4Y
Although it takes nerves of,ateeldNnd of you should heed: ,severalwere killed. by Its xnisac-
I iron dollar Don't break the Ten Command- "
< many an tion at "a local hotel. There seems "
f : To buy all the footwear ments and you won't go broke to be an adversion to publicity,along' 1'"

I {VWorn by a modern automobile; yourself.-Luke McLuke. certain lines-but when there is a ", ,
I t' i '. What I wish to have determined big gathering or a luncheon at the ) () ( .. 'J
'. Is who named the man The best advice that 'I could give to same place the proprietor would be .
i \i Th_t glue' and cement -and .Axes those I'd see succeed. gbshawfully'peeved. if the name and f ,
. J' And re-vamp. and solders tube The. best advice that I could give all details were suppressed under the 'r 'k'r
) Send those big wornout tire ,is nothing that is new; allusion at "a local hotel." There .
. ," A "*ulcani !er?" Is this, and itis good advice that all used to be a time when, if a winter .
Come: on Thomas, tell met! ,of :you should heed:
fl Also, and once moreover, Be sure you do to other .as you'd or at the Breaker at Palm Beach Merchants & Farmers B
VWhy J.. s-o-l-d-e-r 'have-' them you.Adam'.. ho information' could be llfUured.Of nKH
r, Pronounced and spoken sodder? Beech Bourse at those hostelries with a ,
if !sodder"1 ; population ,of several thousand many
'r ,Wh not ep.lI hit's-o-d-d-e-r? The .best advice that. I could! give. to of them. invalids, someone died every r. : !
1-. >nfl If it't.jpelled ..soldert those I'd'.ee meceed week Nowadays the proper publicity ; Tlmeejt .

,' .JWhy not pronounce> it .that way; ? .talbettar maybe revengeful it. )fa, given-and 11'an' before thatllows : . of I issi ,, rt'
0 ,JWf; Thomas will ,**tep on It" than the worst; there' "'no" Joie of business: f' .. : '
'*; And-relieve 'Intenile Is this and It is coed' advice that the ; ', '.' ,,<. I ; .'
:. T TA'' ;r .worry; ? ; >announcement On i< sore thing ', .' '. !.
p. I1I.ba. plum highly; tickled.. 'all of.yon should heed -, I* that It Isnt. the meno that kill*,.;. .' '. \'.> :a '!- '' .' f- ,. ,r", __ .
-ff%T".1Im..' '>;- Ill! Wh.n'a' fellow start to'kin you although i ',the.

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,: ;, ,KISSIMMEE VALLgV GAZETTE: : l Too.FREQUENT :'EXHIBITIONS-OF' :MoB LAW- I lit .WIIERE'" .KISSIMMEE' COULD.- > MAKE" rj COOD'I q I

t" ; t . : OVER-tKe enti",United States theece. has' of late't been, more regretfulexamples j ;TAMPA has' a 1 laundry itaahl": introduced a new'plan of( caring forj} N
PabBsked1 Frida '
Every
'" customers. It is new in Tampa, apparently, although' the same plan was.i .
", of mob law than before and it has bcome common
ro ;:, :." By [freiom.a VaUey Gazette Company, KLa'i msae., Florida learn' orthe ever a custom'to i uted 'in JJackionville ten: ago. This Tampa laundry furnishes a bag:
of year
N .;; .. .W. B. Hani, Preside '.. G. 'Vans Anew, Secretary (because., probably taking,-the few a ,man'can keep from.a his secret home better: by a than mob the of even )a carrying few. 'to.,each customer, and the dirty clothes,, are,weighed when the ,wagon calls-;
many
W i, n..6Ib. Editor t
jf' through
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{ him to some distant point, maltreating him and( then ordering himto for them. The clothe are promptly, run

c Subscription I Rateai '" 1 lesve<< his' 110me te. This has, become a great fad in Florida:.-and the, a mangle, and the other work 'ready for the"' starch and Iron. The ,charge' ,'

. One Copy One Year..:___......_-._;__.-*!.____........._.___""$209 .state i i. receiving some distressingly repulsive publicity because of it. of( five cents the pound :.is -made-rand' the rate is making, so many new,
One,/Copy, Six Month.:.___..____....__.._._------------*-.-."-.--.. 1.00'ODe" "If ,, difficult customers, thatother, laundries will have to get.down-to bedrock to kep)
___ __ ._..' _____. is pot to. work up. sentiment against aay"-man, provided
@' Copy ;Three Month*..__ _- -- -- i. -::i.----- .SCMlnt few are 'so inclined. It has not been1" hard task apparently, ro'' secure: running. The prices iq Jacksonville: used to, be three cents the pound. and *,

1K . Kl_lmrn. Klor'd. matter.) in '' 'he 'company would'payexpress-chargey one way-onlhe; baskets if within;
} r J -at the Po loffle at M .oood-cla. e' following the many points in Florida where these: outrages have been I
:i .. carried on. "'There have been,, murders during these assaults ..one hundred and. fifty miles Possibly that price could not be' maintained
y. Arf'communloattons.xc.pt. from our. ulhorl d orr, pon J nt luat b. committed upon :..
'. ". signed by the writer. *.. private citizens. Possibly .those who sought to punish this time--but theJfive' cent rate" 'can be made t to yield a good profit.)
some, man against ,
;, matter will not be returned unless _called fvr.Foreln '
i i ReJect4 where not ", and .s
,whom there was'a grudge did not mean to carry the thing to- that extent: Kissimmee, where rents are not high, water I. ;.expeDlI '

d 1': ," Adwrtletnw. St-prva.ntetive but nevertheless, the murders, have resulted. Some spot have J been free where the cost of production it as low, or even lower, than in many places,!< .

i, V ii ,,THEAMERICANPRESSA5SOCIATION I .\.. 'If these disturbance.--for ''which'thank.. should be given: ,on the other could makers splendid reputation for herself if some laundry should take' jt.,

j ha.nd there have been so many of 'them that the name of Florida is ?bound lip this 'plan and duplicate it. ,Such ,an institution-would take the trade. ,

-!;' be 'd maled. These mob. seldom are apprehended-and, if any'of the that now goes to at least a hundred .colored women, who seem tq be) in'.- ))..!
combination and to be very'careless as to whether or not theywork.It .
members are taken'and' tried, the juries are afraid to "render a just verdict appear
'. becauie of the dread that the remainder of the gang may select, as the would be..splendid thing if someone would buy.the unused laundry and' ,

.ext.man to assault the juror himselfJ. > start a business that .would bring traffic from other communities. It .could, jr]

Florida should have, what is termed state constabulary if this linef be done-and. would yield the proprietors a good income.' ,. __'

work that method is the law- ..: .
> continues._ By maintained at its highest MAKE-rH
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= efficiency!/ in numerous .tatea-m.or" particularly: in __the slate which gave "HOPE DEFERRED THE HEART SAD"DURING

__ 11ASrATf .. birth to the plan and has kept improving the system. Osceola: county is
the- last decatlc- there has oftentimes been made the
fortunate in having a sheriff who canjjot be swerved from doing his duty expression
PRE55Ph whatever may be his private opinion of the merits of that law. But ; "It is to be sincerely hoped that the next session of the legislaturaM
: shall be composed of better representatives, in the aggregate, than those'of .
.', there are counties, in this state 'where the sheriff and the law-breaker have .
'. -. food as( closely' connected as ever were the Siamese twins! of olden days; previous years." And after each bi-ennial exploitation of the faoctes and .
fallacies of functioning fanatics has come the expression: "Well, that "-
the people knew it; the sheriff knew the people knew it; and the people "?
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"'" '"" ,. ."\ .' FRIDAY. 'JUNE 17, 1921 knew the sheriff knew the people knew .it. Yef the "system" continued bunch didn't amount to so" awful much either, did it? Yet, beeauserTheGazette Vjjlt J

'. ., .. ,-- .." -- ., merely, probably; because the sheriff was* a good fellow and needed his would still have the'hope the Tampa'Times says with awful severity: qj
NO job. A state constabulary would ha< such business. At Even with the record of that last session fresh before him
a WONDER A SHORTAGE IN THE FUNDS e put a stop upon '' .-
'I "Thorn, of The Kissimmee Valley Gazette asks: "Why fbol-
'Jupiter not so very long since there was a cry that deer were being taken sure

INSISTANCE upon the part of Representative Keen, of Polk county, out of season. A deputy-sheriff was, sent to hunt the law-evaders. He proof legislature As an example of optimism this cops "
t took with him "negro who knew foot of the Five the Confectionery. Though he has many years of usefulness and .
that there>e made an audit of the funds of the state road department a every country. day.
( later private citizen stumbled to the of the where happiness ahead of him we sincerely hope "Thorn"will live to J"l
I brought out information of he gross losseness of the way of 'the divisions a on camp two they '
occupying the tent and sleeping under the blanket, and : see the fruition of that dream.
of the department have been carried on. The department has been making were same same '
found that the deputy and his aide living high deer : It was Addison who poetically wrote:
a I' assertions that there were always insufficient funds with which to work. were on they were
\ shooting! A state constabulary, would have done with such .t'uT( Then do not strike him dead with a denial
but here is an extract from the report of the official who audited the books away -
(for like the Northwest Mounted Police, they of the highest But hold him up to life[: and cheer his soul j.
which would indicate that a Jew,, thousand dollar more or less should never are men type ,
X.I. --'--- With the faint glimmering of doubtful hope. i
y stand between (friends. and automobiles./ The auditor said: -and when they are told] ,t9 get a man they get him. a
While not presuming to pass j judgment on prices paid for I A well-selected state constabulary would function in a way that there With that thought in mind The Gazette believed it best to glimmer

would be violence in section of Florida at least, following few while the glimmering was vogue; hence the "hpe"-bopele. as it may
-' equipment, "I feel that attention should be called to the purchase no any ; a '
where just penalties resultant, people would undertake allow appear to those who so( well know of past experiences. j
\ of two Cadillac can seemingly bought primarily for the chairman cater were to

I r ') of the state road department and charged to 'state road equip the law to take proper action. Such a band would make Florida the better CAPITALIZING 'I':

'. ,'; ment'," with oil; gas and repairs! charged to these cars ,as follows: and sometime such a system will have Jull sway in this state. THE STATE CAPITAL -

: September 28. 1919 Cadillac No. 13. $3.892.50. Oil. 4.
w gas 5
FROM all of the heard words commendation for
:t and repairs for same to November-23, 231542. November 23. GOOD ROADS WONDERFUL INCENTIVE TO GROWTH portions state are of t
the plan proposed by W. -B. Dobson. editor of the Star-Advocate, of Titus-
1920. Cadillac No. 1 with attachments, 468200. Oil. and
', .: gas ville. for the creation of a "State Capital District" from the raw material.
repairs used for same to December 31, $114.27. Salary for 1 1w 14! THERE was a world of wisdom in the remarks made to the board of Briefly told, the plan is for a purchase of a ten-mile square tract of land

' or. years at 4200.00 specified by law, $5.250.00. Railroad. Pu'llmann county commissioners at the meeting on Monday by Dr.: Phillip Phillips wholly unimproved located somewhere neat the middle of the state in the
.s + & and hotel fares: $818.69. Total expenditures primarily for when he advocated the construction of -roads throughout the county-and
i center of 'which would be located the executive structure. From this building -
!' the chairman, $17.072.88. some direct statements' capable of being verified by Howard M. Katz. The which could be made magnificent because the proposition in' itself
Having digested that much of the traveling of of the
costs some members remarks impressed the large audience with their logic.
,t would bring huge returns, would radiate streets and avenues-and, possibly _f' .
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of the it be well to read bit of the of the
q; board mar' a more report In this time and age there is a strong repugnance against buying any on the extreme borders would be maintained orchards and and ,
groves gar-
L. __ ,.auditor-this time Jcl.rdihs..lLJltogether.di1ferent line of goods. It would
landfof immediate-use unless- be--eoll'Yeniently--Iocated to- -good road. --
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denP-: :all of which would be sold lo those who desireJ live near the city.
.seem.that an office, to be a real office should be arranged in the highest Better still if there is a road alongside the tract-but this, of course in I The plan suggested by Mr. Dobson advantages and the ,
as
i style of art that the mere trifle of $130 difference ia the of f mules possesses many '
; price
} this county of large distances, is not always possible. There are large tracts
% y 'act that the sales of tracts, and sites would bring in a sufficient sum to
i'' ,-.a.-in.. the same category of a 15c difference between the quotations on of "wild land"which are bought merely for a long-time investment, that construct a state capital superior to any building of a like nature to be foundin
syrup. / Here is., another section of the report: located far from the road is there of there
+ 4 are present nor a probability the south adds special zest to the plan. No name has been suggested for., .,
/ I find that this' department h'as also bought mules at big prices being a proper highway extending to it for some years. But the ordinary the new city-which might well be called Phoenix arising as it would :

't t when acclimated, broken mules :were told by the Government in .. buyer, one who is anxious to set out a grove, or go into the culture of from the ashes of abandoned hopes of those who had planned profiteering;' \ '
Tampa and Jacksonville/ at auction for about one-third of the r'
anything which must marketed, feels that a means of( easy access must and there is no city in''the state by that name. The suggestion is .most.." :
a prices "given by the department In 1920 note that sold "
t one party first be constructed '
unique-and, coming this of the discussion,
at
stage most timely "i
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r , 39 mules to the department without bids, for $1.705* or an aver- The county of Osceola is close-pushed for funds with which "o make

-S431.J2-an VE.RSEO, THE: BARBARICCURVE .
f* :r; "* an average of $303.61. without bids..and the law directs the necessity jf counties'in the state in a like predicament. Every county .is in debt-

l '" of bids for all purchases of department amounting to more but those in debt for actual improvements may look for an' increase in all COMMENT\ has been .provoked in England because of the discoverythat .
a than 100000.: I also note the purchase of an office chair cost- lines which will far more than for the cost of the several undertakings
pay mackerel, when confined in a tank, swim continuously in a circle about
; t. '',ing$35 for one of opr engineers-whose office is not in Tallahas Just how Osceola county can handle' 'some of the propositions which now a rock in the centre of the receptacle-and always to the left. Scientists "1f ,;
y 'see. He also purchased a desk and other office furniture to match. confront remains for the commissioners, remarked by Dr. Phillips, .
s; '. as was are wondering why. There seems to be nothing peculiar in the idea that .,
,a The following office local might be of interest Cohen
; h'' < linoleum \ to manage devise, and direct. The weight and responsibility of that bodyis the mackerel never reverses itself-possibly other bah also, take the natural :
; + t r i Brothers, ,16. aquare--t' rd $462' ;,, Cementing (not used)., far greater, than ever before-and there will be ,required very close calculating curve. .
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| : 3 rugs, $163.50. :' 2 rugs. $82: 2 nigs, $176. Total $94 .5.'p. to make all ends join in the centre. / !' Since the world's history commenced the trend humans and '
i i g .* expense for linoleum doubtless would have been > much Nevertheless it be admitted that development follows good roads among ;
mutt
'. animals snaking l a turn is to go M> the left-and because of this an obverse ,
'I\lJO, J jhad' not some of the.clerical force desired to have' used'V;' rather l than .thar: good roach follow t develCJpment. Especially has this been direction has been styled a "barblri "curve." It to be, natural \

.. [ on the Aqors,in.tead..If .f ,- .M, .;, J''t;i :: : ; ?| j the case )in j Florida,;; Hundreds of cases-'may be cited in this state where to even those laces not greatly enlighted! to adopt such appears a course, ; Oni-.
I also find that January);22 1 1921. the bought '
on secretary good"propositions have completely fallen down because of,, the lack 'of the, plains of South Dakota several decades since the Sioux described a"1 .
[about 41 barrels paying 50e -per, 8allon'or4 I..6cJper' roadi'or the prospect'of"{ good road. while thousands of
immediate
578759 r circle to the left in surrounding a village; they danced to the left as they
v y :. \.+ pou nd. >I*(i total of ,, whilejive days later the..:. oird orate caret-may''be.cited.,Ux.show where-developments have followed the. making circled "betrothed couple," or in a moon-dance or other merrymaking
Institutions bought1150 barrels of No. I and A-No. I de- .
syrup of good highways.
I 'he of is passed in the same direction and in ,
pipe peace aways ; pony races.where --
I livered at 35e 'gallon. Had the road department
I per state bought And the selected to the affairs of the must make
men manage county there is not a straightaway course, the curves were aways to the
'. more economically and at the it would have saved
r same price : the road
good-in regarding question.
tome way-' cleft And it is with other tribes 'nations.
so or
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i $246.28 on the deal l" saying nothing of the delivery and the sale -,
The barbaric is the difficult because of the fact that
curve more practically -
of syrup:in South Georgia for 3lc per gallon f. o. b. care.i. "
INFORMATION -THAT DOES NOT INFORM from takes
< -early childhood the natural
Possibly
'' ; everyone curve.
i., r; It would appear to the casual obse/ve that if more business had been
it
is the with mackerel-and other -fish.
i. (Ipct into the work for which the. board was created, and less into the same way
: ,superfluities and thingumbobs of aestheticism there would have resulted AMONG writers or syndicate articles is one J. c. Patterson, who has f sir.
;
q tnocn Create/'achievements in the line of road-building throughout the recently sent out some stuff regarding the Seminoles-of which the following GEESE, WILL HUNT FOR EGGS OF GEESE ,::

I state. It it wonder that state have characterized all the is a sample: "L. __ -- -- '
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+ past aetions of the department many huge papers palL,, Miami has what It called the "Seminole Sundance, and it it LEAING:: Boston next: month will be' an expedition .bouD'd for the
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I quite unlikely that the Seminoles, who have colonies near Miami Baffin Land-a tract of land in the far north.of at least one hundred and
.. fifty thousand miles in much of which has been i
} ever heard or thought ofjhe "Sundance" until it was suggested to square area never explored
1 ;::- kVIOLENT. WINDSTORMIN.iA. TEA-BREWERY _0fi thenvby'sorrte 'theatrical-minded"; Much is lIow'made of'the' by white men-in order to secure some eggs of the blue goose. The bluer -

fi "Sundance" and people are, told that they are going to see "Lo, (goose, by the way is not blue, but has a grayish-brown body with blue- .
:?' +H It;a CONSIDERABLE' worriment ha been adduced in Florida because an the poor Indian" in one of his most spectacular ceremonies. There gray on its wings, and is not uncommon in this country; but its nests have I

v .,: assembly t>( Mennonites is coming from; Canada to settle. in the Everglades.then' probably four hundred or five hundred Seminole in the neighborhood never been found here; and to determine full details this bunch of scientists '- ,

}4 : to make homes, and carryout the tenets of their simple religion. of Miami, one colony being near Lauderdale and anothernear will spend eighteen months in the frozen zone. And there are still to '

dl.., There nothing' wrong'about this action--on the other hand; there is good Fort Pierce. When the "Sundance" is advertised to take be found in the United States people whq believe all insane .addicts are-

reason"why .they should come and help. set tie.up a."country that needs the place in Miami, a certain number; these will be brought in to confined in the asylums I I t..

; 4 ,help;;of'all industrious.. That the Mennonite' are industrious is very"'easily 4 give veri-similitude to the occasion and certainly they are picturesque r ,.f. ,

i proveh. Throughout, several of, the northern states'there are large colonies enough to add color and atmosphere to any affair.If ,
N"" of; them--and they make good: law-abiding citizen have .
/They their religious the entire three-c! lumn article which appeared in the Pensacola
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beliefs-but they do no proselyting. They". a* they tee fit News is at accurate as the clipping then indeed. "Pat" is to be congratulated \

i i , ,-and allow others to doth tame. There are now nearly seven hundredebnrcheeand Miami has never had a Seminole Sundance:: -that. being a feature Cool In Our Store ?

it+ ? statistics show more than eighty ,thousand members. And introduced and exploited) by West .'Palm Beach. And .the name of the i.

'' rat!.statistics show also, that anarchism, bolshevism IWWism. and'all other great spectacular performance, which occupies three days and three nights,

"t .., s disloyal. isms are foreign to their tenet They are workers of. the soil! : was not invented by a "theatrical-minded yank." but by a full-blooded .
.
they! know how and what to do to make good and. having investigated '
i .c :. ; thoroughly Irishman who was born in Cincinnati And Miami is close; to seventy miles ,
pr ; this state, have made arrangements to take up the white man's distant from West Palm Beach. Pat should get posted. There's a
burden'.and"male five where "before. reason. WellYes Generally SpeakingBut
't ; : potatoes grow only a'gnat hovered : ;
Someone attempting tohear thunder from the in teapot ...
tempest a t'
\ MANY COUNTY MAKE ERRORS
r- TAX-COLLECTORS '
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we. have the appetizing-. andRefreshing .
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CAPITOL.
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"r- THE CAPITAL AND THE
418l rt". JUST who is to blame for the! many errors made by tax-collectors .Drinks :
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& .e j' i jfcWHY is it that people cannot remember that there'u'', difference+' between ,throughout the state no one .<:eins to know; but that there is a grievous ii-

f the capital and the capitol) To be exact there it'but Capitol in bunch of errors is plainly evident The state law declares that when the
f' one which cool the please the taste, and always .
system delightful.And
,t the United Stat.-Wa.hington-which must always commence with a capital -"? lands upon which taxes are delinquent are advertised the signature of the are

k : letter! By a laxity: in useage there has"come' about custom of speaking tax collector must appear at the foot\'of the list-yet not more,than adozenof the. fans .are ever refreshing too. "
i. 't ."about.a statehouse 4 the lists thus far published are to signed Many papers have never '4Creams '
; as "capitoP-always beginningwith small The '
}ai ?.:'word'capital", is* applied to. the seat of government' in the a several c. states printed a, signature in that place-:...and the tax-collectors declare that they that are Pure and Perfect just nifty enough to please.] "
have been carrying out the orders of the stale officials.

absolutely' -+, ._ And again, many of the printed notices fail to stale where the saleis the feminine fancy."T ,
/ : A can .
& age every
i in'styling the.city that it theseat of government in any and all states as a to take place. Some instances have been noticed where even the name

i tt r.,4 "capital.: 1]f: and: the.building (that 'is, the statehouse) also should be spelled of die city in. which! the property is to -be sold was omitted from the' notice: }! THE nESt CANDIES_ARE ALL WE HANDLE '
and the vast "majority neglect where the sale will occurVto fsf"aiYtabng
; to i
.-capital., ..There.need: never'be a blunder if the writer Will, remember that say, "
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', at door of thV courthouse" 'the front door ofthecourthouse.or '
north ,
s *" wthe or -
!bel1lli.. Washington'--DrC.. and but'oneCapitol.' *
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f 1:' .' I. 'e mentioning the"eourthouse" in anyway whatsoever..
," These: errors':' are inexcusable. The plainly states that definite B.-Our Prescription Department i Always Perfect t'
tome ,
r ;' HAVANA MARKET PPENTO' 'eTI: Kv": A11'L i slaw, __ + 4
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,.I; ' -S. . I; ." .. \ J ... VI'_ "9f place,of;(sale shall bej: de.ltnatednct! p perty-ownen"could contest, with'every
chance in the world of winningthe suit, sales of property, made under Central DrugStore '
f: ALTHOUGH( t"it; has been frequently:;asserted that,:no,markets are open to lax condition*. ,So far as the signature 'of'the'tax-collectori.'concerned: :>> ,,

u .fo}.-he'' stock-gioweri of Florida;since-the! ) government; hat doted LouwaDaf. thet..colJld: probably'beno ground for "a'contest., ;, at' "for.years: it has been '

', : 'to'all thrpjment* of tock from Florida natal) such.'a.: time Ice the;state'shall'be the custom, for the'tax-tollectorteagn'atthe head of the'Iisu' besides, it 104 BROADWAY ,: ,
::,:,;' ''.. declared tkk/ree,. it ,might-be-noted that die Consolidated Cattle Company '. such '
is stated/that; it- the ruling sent-out ,from VTallahasseef r but the"fact Da7'41: MpNES Night 2
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t hat" futt ;.hipped'tweive'btmdred head '_to Havana:--the. Middlebury .king that no place of sale designated,is'an' ''error'that; should be borne' bt'tbe. ', .... Ii
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Get that swimming-belt from Al-' I I Bryan street, -left' on Tuesday for .O..o..OO.O..O ,.O..O.. ...O..OO.OOO.O....... .t.

ford.. The Vulcanizer. ,20-tfe f I Camp Jackson, .Columbia, South Car- a.
L ITEMS OF WEEK] Mrs.-Jennie: 'Schaubcl, of' Los Angeles Casino ,BarberShop:, olina. The young man-'Vwill''enter
has been the' guest of Mrs. J. Went Poinfron-the.:flrst-of-the-com- '- 4- -
K. Hilliard, at her home on Milliard's ing- mon h-h"Ying passed all exam J- We WantARREST.t" .

Take your tire 'troubles', to Alf ord, Island. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESShave I" inations. He expects ho more leave .1-----, .,
of absence during special
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James Milliard, ,of Milliard's Island has beet the guest of his brother 20c stress--for the next two years.

Is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. S. Rull Bass, and family at East Lake. NEWSPAPERS' ARE READ : ':

Roberta, Homestead.. ., Many people have been benefitedby V Hair Cut 35c' THE WHOLE WORLD OVER ,
{ Furnished Flat for rent. W. B.; ,Fish Lake Park mineral wale, ? .
Harris Gazette office. 14-tf Free for thirty days. Bring clean "I made 'Wrlgley's' synonymous : .

1 Honorable W. B. Crawford and containers. 25-tf i with chewing gum, by advertising.When .. "
family were over from their Orlando Many parents are exceedingly glad W. C. DENNING, Prop. people saw 'WrigleyV they A "
home yesterday-greeting old-time that the curfew whistle has' been re I DAKIN AVENUE thought of gum. When they wanted -. :. THE ATTENTION OF -
.... friends. I sumed-and seems ,to have good gum they thought of Wrigley's.;
'. Mrs .E. G. Vans Agnew has made effect upon the children. ';00.000000000' oe 00000'0 000. says William Wrigley Jr., in the :

,d several trips to Orlando this week to Try Fish Lake Park mineral water Chicago American. -V E r ,

,..., .4f consult annoyance vision-which an optometrist was causing regarding her some here for days.rheumatism. Free for thirty 25-tf : dinner Electric Same every Cafe.good Sunday.home-cooked''Muff chicken advertising pulling"Advertising your disconnect business is the along.the locomotive locomotive Stop- :'. 6OQPEG: E; :iii: :ii: . ., :


'' suits'Bad guaranteed.debts collected J. M.or Willson no pay. dU-Re- onzo making In the Green an county aggravated(colored court) this charged assault week-with was Al- i''of Those saving who distances have been by in the" sed'1: to able a, stop.time and your getting You'll business lose started a lot slows again.of down valu-. :. : .' ':

15-tfc across" from Church street to. .
.trict manager. acquitted by the jury. An advertising; splurge is seldom : 44>
1 point near the federalobservation '
', Dentist J. R. Denning has this The attractive sale of the II. C. :stand will have to take a longer very effective.People forget your '1,.,
week been attending the annual Stanford Company is continuing in walk about the lot-as the store your business, as soon as you : .
meeting of the Florida Dental Association excellent manner. Remember the premises forget them. Keep them thinking .
U which has been in session at bale will close on Saturday.June 25* I should are being not be fitted defaced.in a style which about your store by thinking about P i&BY

? Gainesville.Try An opportunity is this week being the peopleand the only way to reach :
Fred Yuat who> divides his time
the Sanitary Dairy Company offered those I' the mis by advertising. V
I- desiring to have
groves .
between his home' .
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r at Shingle Creekand'
fos" anything and everything in the "Remember when you advertise -
Watson
s"rayed-.M. announcing that I : .
dairy line._ 1Iveries from 7:80 to his splendid machine .is hia residence in Central Kansas that you are advertising-not boast. ;
0:00 a. m., and from 6100 to 6:00 p. the public at any:and all nadr.toserve times remained Kissimmee a bit longer ing. THESE: WONDERFUL VALUES". ; ; V i'
; in. Phone Lee Rogers' residence. than usual the past season, as he .Do 't spread your advertising out :
y 17-tfc New Florida syrup, made in May, left -Wednesday for his northern ; too thinl! .
V $1.15 per gallon can. It is fine. Try home.Fish. V
A Mrs. J. M. Cooper and little son, J. it. Waters & Carson 1 "The* newspapers are one of the Women's Hose
: Grocery Com- :
Lake Park mineral is most effective methods '
M. Cooper junior returned home on a. water of advertising : .,
Onday from Clearwater, after a, pany. excellent for stomach' disorders. A I for many obvious reasons. Practically Buster Brown Silk Hose, in l black and brown pair1.00!
Mrs., L. ,
M. Parker and .
her trial will s
; l two-weeks visit with her son, convince the skeptics-and everyone reads a newspaper. :
r> i?4 *f pleasant daughter! Mrs. C. W. Breaker. Little.Jva Calvin Parker; of Saint Cloud, were for thirty day. .the water is free. I Buster Brown Silk Hose, la'ek. white and cord; pair, 125' : '
>4 shopping In Kissimmee DAVID CASON DIES : ,
; : remained in Clearwater Tuesday.The I. 25rtf (The above ,
Cooper -' grade at one time told for $2.50.) ',"
latter ts '
\\0 the a law student at Stetson E. L.- Green the seientiflce paint- .
spend summer.Don't David one of the men' who
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Cason.
University. white-and odO'Y&nJiaILBUItcr..BI'OWIL------ ,
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1 expert, who left Kissimmee a coupleof '-- _
u has helped make hatort'{ f* "thiicommunitydim .
,''. The attractive sale- of the II. C. weeks since for an extended vaca- Wednesday at Hose, price ___?_.__.:._..._..j._____T.;40e and (Oc ,
StanfordCompany Is continuing in ,tion "and rest," la once more at his home at the south end of Kis
excellent : Special! One lot W meD'"'Cotton.' Jlose. 3 r1tc
manner. Remember, the home. Whether it was the ;yearning simmee, leaving a wife and five pa
sale will close on Saturday, June .25 for the old home-town or because his children. Deceased was well-known Women's Full-Fashioned Silk J Hoa ; pair -......--$%. 0,
V, Wait C. E. Noel. haiL returned to his money gave out which caused his ,by those of the older days---but has : ,
: home at Portsmouth Ohio, after a early return Mr. Green, refuse to been a sufferer from that dread disease ,j,
pleasing visit with J. M. Cooper and state cancer, which caused film to Dry Goods > r
family. Mr; Noel was greatly de- Captain and Mrs. 'Walter H. Moore have an'arm 'amputated some years _
lighted with this section of Florida and infant all -of' West Palm Beach, ago. It is eald that his heart and j White Organdie, per'yard._,.______4*
: and will. probably- soon locate- in Kissimmee. were in Kiscimme1 yesterday en- his- purse were always open when Blue, white' and pink;' Crepe, yaKL _.___ __ ,JS .
. route to UmatillaJ, : :They. made the there was '.need-and he seemed always '
The attractivesale of the H. C. trip by automobile from West Palm to have a sufficient'quantity of ?All 69c and 75c;Voiles, now : _.';..;,;.._..___.:.. JS9Ucbleached > f M:r < '

J + Prices Go Higher Stanford V Company is continuing, in Beach to the eat shore of Lake Ok money to answer all. his needs and Muslin. 40 inches; wide.,_" "_" Z.: .;.oJ- : :, lS" ;.' .t'''\ "
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t; excellent manner. Remember; the eeehobeethence by barge to Ritta, to assist others. f e Unbleached 1-\\ '. '. ,\'I. ,' '
'B sale will close, on .Saturday,.June_25* and the remainder, of', the way in Funeral services were held t.on .f Muslia36 I inches wid8. ,..,,_____!_.._.... .t.,tit'',,".s .
It Now I Lupfers Insurance Agency- is this their'.car.' ', ,Thursday>, morning: at' fen-tblrtya.nd .1,; ,;'. 'Ticking, yard"----__.;.._....___"___>_b..:_;_'__ 'aDQ.__.J Ssk i ';;,t.,; :
Kali been interment"was made at Rosehill
'week announcing; the purchase of the. Edgar lias suffering
insurance_ agency which has been, in much this week from an infected cemetery.
the-- pastconducted by "Mrs., E. "E. hHiapwhlchr: from tlny"abraaiohT $3 .OO rorMen's,3VV;, Piece-Blw:ierge- Sw s--- '
2-.Cans Tall Salmon'______.25c Wells-she having represented some commenced show Indications of WELL-KNOWN ..CITIZEN DIES "
# 2 Cans Tall Van Camp______25c especially good companies.We blood-poisoning. He is using every -The funeral of George Tyson, one Len than 12 months ago these'srib were' $6S" to ,$70'' 'j; ,; k

d 2 Cans No. 2 Sugar Corn____25c carry the best; the market affords -' precaution member-but to declares alleviate the injured of the well-known citizens of Kis the suit. They',are sow, only 1 tS.OO'l: higher) than they: '

j'' 2' Cans Bhie Karo ___,-___-___25c groceries in ; fresh also ,hay fancy, grain,. and etc.family We,,'' painful and, that to a it decree is decidedly -, simmee at four-thirty-the was ,held yesterday services afternoon be- I were in 1915. Let iis order you V one'of thete suits NOW I ", '

1 3 Cans Vienna Sausage______.25cA deliver. Phone 12. Waters & Car-' dangerous. ing conducted at the grave by Rev.J. VV ,
.. Can Baby Milk____1____2Sc son Grocery Company. .*1 Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Powell, who J. Farmer. 'Interment was madeat a fREE' -- VF, ,

wi 1 '2 Oatmeal ________25e There is being considered by the' have 'been visiting friends in Orlando Mount Carmel cemetery. .. ,
Packages I'
: in 1 1 To customer ;
Kissimmee much
were buying
bulkhead committee of the city on Monday Mr. Tyson died very suddenly on any at M $5.00 worth of goods it'
3 Packages; Corn Flakes _25e: enroute Alligator lake where they Wednesday evening about six o'clock. .
-- council a plan by which work will have we will give free a 'carpet sweeper easily worth. $3.00: "
2 Packages Small Ajjantic soon the bulkhead. acquaintances. They are not
re-commence
: on strangers in Kissimmee "as this is LOCAL BEST Ask to see them. This offer holds good 'till 30. : f;
Thus far however the PAPER June
plans but ,
Matches ________________ISc: are their third summer and "
r 3 Cakes Toilet Soap________25I < taken tentative within, but decisive few action maybe 1 they will return to spent their here home at; W. ]McKee Kelley,;of Saint Petersburg ' a r dash
'j a days. I Sewalls Point close= to Stuart, at told the realtors of the'aIntothe
- V I Pound Can'Calumet"Baking 1 an "
:; The attractive :
. 1 sale of the H C. early date. advantages'of advertising-irt the STORY4&xCO.--
Powder ___._________25c Stanford Company is continuing, in I' home papers at the state meeting of LYLES.rV. ,
Mr. and Mrs. =
J. C Griffin and family
,
excellentmannerr Remember, the the association at Orlando last week. '
. No. 2 Pork and Beans______wlOc spent the latter part of the weekat : a f ,
sale will close *
on Saturday June 25 Mr. is of
Kelley as
4 No. 2 Tomatoes ____________lOc Mr. and Mrs. Roma Thomas together Fort Meade-returning on'Sunday South Florida's regarded livest live."'wires.He one. : Ki. sirnmeee Florida;' \

', No. 2 Eagle Sausage_______-50* with the son, "R. D:," now of and 'bringing Griffin who their hadbeen daughter, Jessie asserted that advertising in the : ,'. .
May' visiting I. r.
Georgia, have been visiting some of her aunt Mrs. J. W. Chapman Mr. home all papers was themost wM valuableof ten 4 1 1 tt IH-ttttttt Iff tf ftttVft t t C B ftfl (I 0 0 > 0 >Q Q .
their many friends in this city and Griffin that Fort advertising."You get : ,'. '
1 -FEEDFancy county this week. Mr. Thomas was says Meade is time] the result from an add In your f 4
\ making great preparations for the
Mixed Cora ....__$%.10 at one time'the very popular cashier celebration that,is now scheduled for home paper to one in'a foreign publication :
of the he declared. ."Foreign ad-
State Bank of "
Fancy Shorts ____________ %..10Fancy'Oat Kissimmee. the Fourth and the people there ex- calls for voluminous ,
vertielng! cor- ,
V;' _____________ US Full attention weight and' to measure all customers and courteous ) U- pect a large crowd from Kissimmee.The respondence! and 'usually 'you &'tit.say'one ',. "' -
i Gaze te.I.is in receipt of a copy out often to your town; the
Fancy Scratch Feed __ 2.50All' our motto. We V
---- appreciate your issue .
Of the latest of the Congressional other fellow sells him. You will
l Grain Sweet Feed. %.SO trade. Waters &: Carson ANNOUNCEMENT Mifi
.., Grocery Directory carrying Important make ten sales through your local !
v' 9tCotton! Seed MeaL_ 2.10 Company. .Information regarding the .sixty-sev leads to one developed through outoftown ".
The highway leading to Rosehlll , .. .... ",
tow enth- congress under date of May of advertising' '-Lake Wales "
Purina Chow ________ 3.30
cemetery has been in splendid ..
'' put the current ;year. The volume was .Highlander. \
; ? No. 1 Timothy Hay.2.00: shupe within the city limits-there forwarded by Senator Duncan U. 4
being but two very short spaces .Fletcher, and is at the service of any KISSIMMEE MAY CLAIM v .-;_::1.Y... a r--- V \ .
which have not been perfected. Theseare I.6t those who'may seek knowledge SOME WAR TAX REBATES "- .
\ : _____7V8 not at all bad as.roads !go; and (from itDonald We the

Arbuckle's Coffee _________..25Pure < the few feet lacking: may be 'easily aDd Dafll Faulkner of Kissimmee here been paying in announce purchase vbyjusotthe ."; ,

Leaf Lard .___________,JSeWett travelled.1 noticeable.! The improvement is 'vel')' ,Plant City, Were in Kissimmee, this conjunction with other wartax cities in Mrs. E. Ee. lyellslnsuratice: '. steucy. ...
Florida regulation on
1' a
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some of
week greeting ( those who
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.a' ." Creamery Butter _--___JOe., Unless scientists are very much at knew the family when the members shipments received for the municipality .
--oao-: fault the balance of this month and lived here some years ago. At that ever sincethe wartax has been We trust to merit the patrotiage; which"I" '
next month will seethe greatest display time the Faulknen were prominent in vogue. The city council of Jacksonville ,
FLOUR IS HIGHER of falling stars (meteors) that factors musical circles--the father ball' been notified that undera has, been, heretofore; accordedl; xh1sr "
has occurred for several decades. It special ruling municipalities operating
24-lb"Sack Pillsbury Flour1.50 1 and two lena being in both orchestra
has been .declared also that there public utilities are wholly exempt Agency and we that the business '
24-Ib Sack Good Self-Rising 1.25 and the concert band. Donald Faulkner r asszre,ypu '
will be weather conditions in all sections the has been principalof from such tax. Here is an opportunity +
year '
24-Ib Sack Bluebird (abso- of the country .that will be abnormal the high school at Lithla-where for this city to put in a' shall,have our prompt and careful, x

} lutely finest) ___.;..______ 1.40 ''during the balance of the ,he organized and led a band.. claim for all'such monies paid out. attention., '"

24-Ib Sack Blue'Wing (ab- year.We Various 'rumors have been afloat KISSIMMEE RESIDENT" ,t'.i'
carry all f the beet brands of regarding the Anticipated arrival of MAKES THE BLACK CAP
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finest) ___ 1.4e.
solutely coffee Chase &. ,
; -including Sanborn
..;j the remains of the late Captain William '
Whit House and Harrington IJalL Makinson son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sarah Prevatt whose son Is

'. CASH AND CARRY Splendid bulk coffee at 20c the W.. B. Makinson, whose life was lost deputy-sheriff of Orange county.this Lupfer'sInsurance; AgeAcy. x
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: : .
V' pounder. Waters & Carson' Grocery overseas... The body has;been receivedIn week 'completed-the convicted "
Company. ? NeW York-but Mr Makinson is J. P. Wilson who was of ,"
THEtAyLQR' s. Summerlin, secretary of. the still'unadvised a-to the date it will murder*,in county, will wear/ '. '., __ 1' '.
Florida Cattle Raisers' Association be forwarded from'there, ass well aa when he .is. hanged today-forward- ';'
is contemplating a visit to the east the expected date of arrival,in JCisImmee. ing the gruesome article ,to the L ,
coast-and-will then make a trip to *, ft" v .'" .' Jl" f sheriffof that:eoonty_on Wednesday.This :: rIfrs.
.
Cuba-for the:sake collecting: data ,. was !not the''nrit' article or,the '
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upon' the. cattle, industry" there, and AKERMAN HAS PLANNED Jdnd Mrs.. Prevatt has"made for such ': 'Jf."u.'Ka: : a left on-"Wednes 'W. I*. Jackson, cashier of the Merchants f
; : thepossibilities; of an ''outlet for the $TO BE-ABSENT TWO TEARS a purpose SYSTEM' ,cattle of .'.Few ten years Mr. -- .j: .t" ---..- .' 0- .r' Older'residentswill; remember sister; Mrs,; D. R. Harming, at Car- Monday.for a hurried, trip.toWloder 'f ;; ,:
: : : i Summerlin was .located in. Cuba- After: enjoying a.brief visit InKlsaimmee that the husband of Mrs.,Prevatt Pale .Pennsylvania-and' mATiaf& Georgia, to look after' mattep.\.f' .
'''.:-ST s and is wen-versed-in'general affairs ,Amos Akennan'son'of'Mr. was sheriff .fo; many years of Osce-. points farther west before her return of bosmess.-'Be'expected + ,
,
. .t. '." f 1' .. I of, .that. island-": ' t*.I I and',1ra.-AlesaDdftAkenau; of 203 V _o1lrUDtr; 'r, : or .I In the early'taIL" .M. seat- -bat- *-brief t1m!.. 1oo.be..1" 'I

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,., : o. 1CIfAbd1ER I OF 'COMMERCE : .CAiy>. .OF ....UNItS ,: I 1

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I ; '':. '' ,,. "' I with to express-in ""Mf'f ebl. way ... '
'If.\.it.1'7'' /, '. 1- ((Bf J. t b. Wood beck. Secretary) ..
: 0, .', .. I : my deep appreciation of the many ., \" .,
: : ',' of sti,acts of kindness' neighbors: and ,',
: A number
r'J.-' ,. :(, .. ,' ," " ';.., ,'; ,: I, goodly women last Friday I I friend* rendered l In ths.last' days of t
}. I! //Ii' I. 0 .//w" tended the regular meeting (
h"'f" r. A .. ,; I husband's sickness and the passing -
"r' '.' . my *
few becamemembers.
evening a ij .
more
'. ;. ''.., ."" '.\;':>I"t", .:}"" 0,. \. ".r.'f .. anti 'I to the chore from which none ...' ...
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( the
; return.: Alto for
I f J.I for the Toque many
\1\}. '\\r\1; 'i\ >t;:.>tli1 !ifi' . The cement curbing
\ I floral tributes. I alto offer.any greti-
", \' II .. court has been ordered and will be
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his absent
: ,, tude in the names of .t
," I"" : I ': $I'I\: placed next week., Joseph Thurman
... : or. *
brothers and sisters.
." !'II .,,".," ', ,,. !' '. will donate the material for the ?
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..Jrj' ' 'I.' >. rr."r t bowling green court and arrange. Yours. lovingly, .
'f. J. !I . . ,;,'" .t4t th ments have been made 16,,clay all the Harrison.. Broughton. ,
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,I "' :.'",,""', '".... \, 4 1 , -It *J '\ courts which need it.. ' .- FINE, MEDICINAL WATERS I If
'$ j Kissimmee will have one-of the "
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t d+ <'', ., fnJ best playgrounds in Florida and will PROMISE GOOD PUBLICITY'
1 v .'t 1 ( will lively scene this win '
,, 1 present a
.. ter. ,,' KisBJmmee is certainly} promising ,
ir t/vf A meeting will be held in. the tQ become a health resort of considerable .. f e
magnitude-asa well has ...
Chamber of Commerce rooms Tuesday 'Ii Ji
} at eight o'clock to or- been drilled at Fish Lake midwajTbetween
; :: Me-o-my ganize evening a tennis chJb. Everyone .in- this city and Saint Cloud, ;
r which bids' fair tb> become noted for
-
located in the sport is requested to ) -
fc be present. The call is for. both several purposes. As n drinking water I
'

{ '. : : -how you'll take to women The following and men.committee. .- ofseven 'way slight it, odorless i fo laxative admirable, properties.and- possessing pure. As in a every medicinal '' but B.ttl. .* la KlMlaniee by \ ;,vr'r '

; was appointed Friday night to arrange
BOTTLING
1 found COLA WORKS
and cuts for the water it has been excellent COCA
: new booklet copy : Paul secure Stanley F. S. for several complaints Ph... 168
and P-A in A.e. sad n.lurw ..1.I. .
it has been tried Rabr
:
though as yet
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_. : a pipe Gilbert, J. E. Lupfer, E. I). Katz, E.
limited number of cue.-The
but
l :.. .', L. Green, -.J. M. Johnston and, W. L. Florida a Grower. ,.... .

Thorndyke.Pat ... ,
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I Johnston and E. IX KAtE have J
t Before :you're,a day older- from bite and parch (cutout been. appointed a committee ,to: servo .... OOC"ootctOH, 0000 U..UOOOOOO.. ... . ... ..OOOO 000- l''

by our exclusive patented with-the-Civic1 League committee on .- .
en': you want to l let the idea slip the playgrounds.L. J. R. CLAY MONROE THOMAS : ; ;

under your hat that this process) are ,a revelation H. ,Ingram; is the right man; on
,, .... _.' toe man who never the job and is getting the ground' In! Ip'
i is the open 'season to start i excellent shape for the winter gport.; CLAY & THOMAS
could_get acquainted with a r rr J. E. Lupfer E. L. Green+ nmKJohn
-with a j joy'usjimmy -
something ? MoPhatter
1 were appointed as a com-
pipe -- and some pipe!! P. A. has made a mittee to meet with the city council, -000-
y pipe a thing of joy to four ''I and decide upon a location for a
, Prince Albert I tourist: auto camp. J ,
{ .t. men where one was smoked 1 9 OUR SLOGAN :
If you have reason to think your I
Because, a pipe packed before! child la suffering from worms, take "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS S '
-'-- satisfies the: safe cpurse-use Whte's Cream I
with Prince Albert' Ever roll up a cigarette y- Vermifuge- Worms cannot resist, its I -S .
t a man as he was never satisfied expelling" influence. Price, 35c. Sold i.oOo i.-.
_ : with Prince, Albert ? any }+ ?, i .rao _.. '
T before -and keeps htnfsatisfied man but you ve got a GATHERED i-Tfte Same-Excellence of Service;anc/ the-Same -- ----- ::-
r BRIEF _
; Print Albert 1mmeld
y a And,: y-qu can, party coming your way! tn fopfrdl rmj tin FROM OVER 'THE STATE ; Fair Treatment Will Be Given All Patron ..
tidy
JMV *
\ I, I prove its! WhyP: A.'sflavor"and Talk about a cigarettesmoke ", ..nJum. ; oun '
half+ ttmhumtdorg -- Oo.nd -
mnd pound Apopka has just voted a bopd of$50OOOand I
fragrance a'nd ; we tell you it's a antt+inth* the from the
.. receipts
? pound er".tal'a. all work will be be
repair guaranteed to highgradeia
' ".1ft,d.r ...it IInil. sale will be devoted) to street im- ;
coolness and its freedom'peacht -_ ...+.t..r I.
t p.Copyright. provements. t service at a minimum.price. Your patronage it solicited. 4


not twenty-six There out for still a full-grown public remain office men in in Lakeland the who com-are CLAY & THOMAS i iStewart

ALBERT by R. J. =:.. ing municipal election. I
.PRI'NEE Tob.cc I --
Wu.-t-SaJeaa.N.c. I For the first time in its history Avenue Carafe, Pkooe 22. KiiiimmeeMark's :
\
'. I Stuart, on the Saint Lucie, now has
I a J1ew.pap-er-with E. R. Clyma as
the national joy smoke I the editor. The thriving town has t. '

k _..:.... heretofore progressed in spite' of its w" "
it will because of "
- --- --- ----------- - -- papers; now grow

BREEZY WASHBURN PICTURE bles of a strenuous business day. A bad taste in the mouth comes its Messenger.In .
Brvaht Washburn .is the star while from a disordered stomach and sluggish :- the location of the
\. 'Brery, buoyant and filled with Lois Wilson is his leading woman.It state of the bowels. Herbine posed urging Pythian Home for Knights pro-of
i 1 } #. itvations that provoke laughter, "A is a Paramount picture of high corrects the trouble immediately. It this state a firm in Apalachicola has Sample Shop
Full House. says Manager Eades; calibre. I purifies the,bowels, helps digestion, agreed to donatea fine tract of forty ,
f'tha C..ino It is made to order I I and sweetens the breath. Price, 60c., acres, and give a cash contribution >
for playgoers who like a comedy- Some 2400 operations are performed Sold by J. Z. Roberson. rSubscribe of $10,000 when the $100,000 building LADIES'
:. ,i ;, drama with plenty of amusing inei- in assembling the 175 parts of a I'I'w 'I and groupds are completed and WEAR'f'
lents to make them forget the trou- tch. for the Valley: Gazette perfected. .',
I I
- 23 West Adams Street Jacksonville i {
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7: -- --'- Because of an error in spelling the .
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name of a grand juror at Live Oak,
Carrie the .
moat complete. most - -- --1
all the- ndictmentt{'f und in Suwanee
county have been declared.void, anda up-to-date ptock with largest variety 't

new grand jury has been drawn to of of 1 :die.' Wear in the '
styles
f city.,
in session ,
report special on Monday : .. .
June 27. The juror, whose name
::: was mis-spelled, was F. E. Godbolt. OUR MOTTO: y. '

;y GoodridiIIicPric: : : ,but ofRfIa the iummona name! was for written service.' "G.ftd.bQldL LOWEST PRICES in the city and .' ." ,1.

.
_' 354 ,
i .. absolute GUARANTEE of SATISFACTION
11 i t;y Itis& matter of "rejoicing'that the
:,r reduced cent or'CHEERFUL'REFUND OF MONEY : ; '
..per "real bad man" on the east coast \. :
+ John Ashley has.been recapturedand ;] within,reason, is,appreciated bye( r, I'
word '' I.. is once more back at Raiford to ,: 1 r J.
The last in Quality' . ; 'h.;
'all who'deal"with u.. , ',f:.. .
' serve out his life sentence for mur- 1. :, ,I' -."11;, .. .' '"
''J ,
yi 7 The. bestvrd; inFtice. .. I. der of a Seminole: Ashley has many ," :.., ,, "
fi I crimes laid at his door-aside from Don't attend expensively advertised"Special ' ;
1" i tnxaRrow$COIIDI the murder; but it Is a safe bet that f I
; j --- .' ssa a. al.f rn.. Tusas he will not long remain captivity; _CI.! and-expect -to ieLa" +;'

}r t. t ' He seems to have a know-how that Fifty dollar article for File dollars. ;
; 3X3'2' 2.4.50 2.55t has so far been successfully'applied.

:' f. 32.3 $32..90' t.90 Because the engineer at the water- When in JacksonvilleGo
plant at Winter Garden used a Jan- j

'. rl ,j n;" f' t 32.,4 $4L8S 3S5 some tern to gasoline show him from the an way automobile to draw to Mark's Sample ShopMark \


.. ; >s j 33x4 $43.10 3.70 early explosion Monday which morning set fire there to the was ice-an My Word i 4 4. ',*

; n t I < tJ. 32.x447.30 *4Oi plant caused and the their waterplant complete buildingsand destruc you will save part of your traveling expense ,1 r

\ r tion. Two horses were consumed in
i l' ('" t: a i 33448.40 4'b5 the flames. :The buildings nearby
.; had a close call from destruction. The :
estimated loss is $50,000. Whetherthe --- --------- --------..-- '
849:65 v.75 ;
34x4% :
( h r1-; iceplant: will be soon rebuilt has :'

"" L 33xS !58.90 $555c I not been stated. S S. ..-J
j 7-- ,--f:, ---- .S S.

c, ; Zr:;r: 355 X61'.9,0, !5.80 Lucie Representative county is very Young confident, of Saint that

state aid will be given In the building -
(: of roads.In' that county He recently Tastes Fine and j
1";' Fabric, TjUreg appeared before the county ;,
\ ; .'.' v board and suggested that before the t
t jr' l ssb 0'G 1 3r'4t Commissioners 'adopted any definite Better for Health '
t plans for road building to hold the : '
.. .. .
t Q 33"4 .
3 4S work in abeyance for fifteen day
.. M that the officers of the state road
;!"''. y 0'6 5kt! $3 15k department be solicited to visit Saint ,
c.*" JOdi tune county and go into the situation POSTIIH
k S irN4 1- thoroughly and advise the ,commissioners AI. r.J
hrtmft I
1 ,i tits ihrsy Just, what thedePar1ment

1.,' fine t.. d.t rill be able to do.
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: 866 Las more imitations than any is a pure. wholesome, ,
otbcr Fever Tonic on lie market, tat

.S.S.4 a .o >...mats b tft.>tia... cereal' beverage( containing '.f"''
H -- nothing harmful to .
+ 'p HARRISON BROUGHTON.
i Sit r, ", .t .5.
DIES AT EIGHTY-ONE nerves digestion- R
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Harrison Bronghton, who was born 1 ..
:..- I In Ohio February 22, 1840 died *this It should "be boiled at

T Tw Goodrich SCTSIe K /h/f of "Excellence day,residence June 10. in Funeral Kissimmee services- on were Fri least twenty minutes. Then ;'
>
held on Saturday, and interment was Post im Cereal will reveal
made at Rosehill cemetery. Besideshis .. I
,' ail' wife, a resident of I isslmmee a true coJEFee-lilp richness: '
deceased left two sisters and two .
k t ,,' 1. One quality The name Goodrich on a.tire means brothers, all located at northern of color and, flavor.
'
f;' '1' points, to mourn his, demise.
'
) one quality only. Like alll other Goodrich Herewith is.chronicled: ) the passing
+ ,( 2. xtra size of another of the "Boys of. '61," Mr. 1
p .1L . tires this 30x31 is one; quality. This stand- Broughton having served for three 'ThercS: : a Reason9 ,

.fj- : ." ; '-V $.rShP ally designed '**& is a', ff xed.principle, and that. .quality and country one-half He 1'liAr"had removed?" at the call from of. the Ms OST UI
,r
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"- be.the L' 'slcill. state of Ws birth to New York and Sold by -
and' :
must IJCit..our\resources 1 -there enlisted when the 'call 'was grocersevery.wh.ere.

'. 1., 4.. SA.,' -httt-Skid, iuce made.--and was. stationed fa Washington ;
;
experience f
,-*'m''J' ",: ,3J'p r .; J ftt the. time.,President, .Lincolnwas .
"" callefl to"''his reward. He was \
: I ],. : : 5!! Fptrpm4c': THE:B. F, GOODRICH R B UJ31t';. MP} dY a good citizen, admired by, all who ,Mad 2TVCTeal
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".:,;, '.ilf, ) . ',1 .,,,,'';' I::... . : r..t ,',. \ I :. :,,>,01, '.,/ Gilbert! Leach of! Leebar, Give :to .: ]HAS" PROVED-' THE'GREATEST"T. .. fN6THAT'EVER '
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,Y ORAN'POP PROBABLY. .)hV. ,I AS HE said,, TjIo.. '. '-' ..0.""!t.M,,,,.., .'. I I' There Is 'no use, 'camouflaging 'tha :EVERY DAY SEES NEW PROPERTY-OWNERS; Iff\TV&\: ';, ',.* ./

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I. .,. fact-that printing prices have not
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THE- NATlONA..ehamptnla.*. .. .! . ':, BUTt.1I. . is ,-, '- -. been reduced aa much aa groceries, ; BEAUTIFUL! IND ALANTIC'iOTS'ARE'SELIINC. ,
skirts and clothing. 'We hava manypatrons
AT'WAPPN6| *., I'LU8WAP' a match. ?' i
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I e ago # .... . .. ".I,' small decrease: in-a certain job price AT A MORE. RAPID :RATE 'THAN lifER:
THit'OLD bUD. mar%*" "' '.. CIGARETTES OF yomm. over' what they paid a year ago.'And, .
.,.". " while it. 1* not 'pleasant'for' us to J.., ,- f-
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,. ,.OR"A cider,mOL, < a, TH -t/BATfsVY."' \ stand amour those who are chargingklgh.pricesrta ,. .'.I. _,
. ;. C -' thistime of decreaseinR .THERE.. WERE MANY "DOUBTERS" WHO.WILDLY .'
AND THEN.of .. ) WE swapped. tONE .
eanree costs -of most of th. necessities
..,.' .'S .i jv.i i . .' '-. of life and. business, if we expect to BELIEVED THE" UIDCZ WOULD;IIEYER.$E'TOMPLETED ; rAND
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k-.. _. WHENWH.went BROKENpapat'matdkFOR '
; dry. continue .In business it is absolutely\
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CIDER MILLS got valuable.. 'ONE perfect clgaMtta. necessary ._ .
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.J'I. ;'. AND GRAN'POP r'' stopped again.. AND YOU'ooaht: t. .... ... -.. the; higher level of printing prices is THOSE MENYNOW ARE:THOSE ,WHO WOULD'BUT'. "' .
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r '''': ,.,..; .: '.. AND GOT a flivver.O . HOW PLEASED ka ....) very readily:by anyone' who analyzes 1 .' \ .
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'J.f.!" :,., :;:' I .said 5Ora'pop.. IT DtD me. .good.. t It[ is very-probable that: price. ''will THEY SEE THE OPPORTUNITIES'THWYEMISSED: I ,AND NOW{"
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5- --- never again reach the low level'theywere

r.,. .. "'" >1AIr116' SUPPOSE'I 5 *start r0ue TO BE "done". ..'by o"m" oa.e. on in 1916, yet we personally ". NOW. PROPOSETO- -_ MAZE GOOD, .. rj-: : n
made a much. greater percentage of ;r
WITH THAT. .old busted.. profit on those prices than we did -=; ., .1 P: '. '
7 ; back last year on the peak of high pricesor :
BABY CARRIAGE bom. ':
. are making this year. : (THE BRIDGE. ; BEAR IN MIND,',WILL" SOON ,BE "OFfaALLy''.
7s. ./ so OOULDNT YOU 'wap. It, Of the cost of a piece of job print . ,. '. *- 1 .
/px AM-.......... . TWENTY CbesterneMe for twenty Ing about' 45 percent la labor-and the OPENED.") V 1 '
;,0h.. ...w..veem... AND GET me. swap! 'Your good the necessary 'overhead charged! to ;. ;-. .
_led U.. 01'50 Ch..t.n.M1de. . money never brought' better value. ., labor costs.' Then comes machineryand
A LIMOUSINE."' Choicest tobaccos (Turkish and Do-, .
d in the
COOt/MCf.. 000- . equipment n productionof
__ . . mestlc)eo blended that you every.
I..t and t> olt ly the work which, with its interest
. AIR-TIQHT peak/at- A CRAFTY i kleam.: last field bit do of what their no flavor.other cigarette ADd CCheeter-can charge depreciation motive power Mare Leb'Han .Beta Said at Udlalaati'WItkia.. ; ''f .
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Avon cat and overhead .for room and necessary '

htdellait.l7. --CAME T-INTO e Gran'pOD's. eyes do for you-"I'bey Satisfy". attention-and npreeent.-about. 15 -Tea. Days Thai, Doria -.Any.PrectdlaKTwa Week _0-____....
percent; ink paper about 20 per-
I cent? leaving 20 percent for profit.
__ That is the normal.or the Ideal. In '
actual practice it rarely works out .. YOU" KNOW THERE'S,. REASON FOR IT .. ..
that way. If the' printer stops to ,
talk on the job the labor cost mounts ,
: higher. If the machinery run idle
for a while thaC percentage is in- I
estfr'C creased. If the paper and ink are INDIALANTIC SALES COMP'YSale : w

i' spoiled or wasted,, the percentage of -
that cost grow. And all of it growsat '

the expense of the 20 percent for Manager: I HENRY O. HART.
profit. You can rarely cut down on >

I A tE x T E'! easy the other matter averages to- drop but the it bulk is a of very the yiTH H. M. BREAKER REALTY COMPANY' -r' '

profits. Just for instance the actualnet Telephone 230 KISSIMMEE 115 Broadway
LtOOrrT & Mrau TOBACCO Co. profit to the Commercial for the

entire output of our job printing
plant last year was percent. on the ..- .- .
total volume of business. That other
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During 1920 it is estimated that 666 Malaria Chill and There are now more than 82,00(I. Just suppose, to be just and square I
no less than 40,000,000 automobile core Girl Scouts in ttte .United State with us, you had received your work GAZETTE "WANT ADS" ARE'WINNERSused
Fever Bilious Fever Cold aid La-
tire were manufactured in the United I for 10 percent less and every other
State Grippe, or money re,oeled. Try a claiBed In The Gazette tf patron had received his for 10 percent - -....,-- x
less because you and he thoughtwe -
ought\o be satisfied with '10 per- to coat 50e 'a pound we are now scout committee, of the Miami Rotary .
cent. We would have lost one percent buying for 43c but-we are paying Club, ander..hich-.u.p1ce. the
; on all the work werrftd.*"Believe heavier freight on It'whichbrktga hike i. being conducted .,'The boys
: ( us, friends, you have to know what the .difference to only about 6c a will travel on bicycles and duffel and'
actual' reduction in priceof camping equipment will be carried'on
'you are doing in this business or you pound or an <
f can be eating up your machinery and -only 10 percent.': And aa this i* a truck donated by-Mr. Orr. The-
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equipment without knowing/it. And only 10 percent of the 20 percent truck carrying the eampinepI'9Yia-
Better Goodyear Tires Thanlfou most of you have seen printshops do ef;the Entire job,the actual redaction: ions and cook; .together with tha'\ .
just that. You probably didn't know we are able to make to our patrons daily K. .P. '.squad ,will ,go ahead,
then-exactly-why-those.: wed on_tM ..parlJcularpieee..ot.orktia make-.campand.-prepare meals-or-
No ,wonder bethinks the rest of the-party. Botarian John
I away-just petered out-but that only two percent.
Have Ever' Known was. the reason. They thought they we are profiteering onbtmtItching Knight furnishes a >ear in which "
were making a profit but they were some of the official. of,the hike will
merely spending the that I diseases can be controlled trailvthe hikers and keep' lookout
'. should have been used money to replace and cause removed by ,applying Bal- for accidents,,,cheer the: jaded;'fel.. ..
.. o wearing out machinery and type and I l rd'. Snow Liniment. ,The relief la lows, and: pick,, up>any who "may be .
and permanent.Three. size, _...... _. '
when it wore.outtheywokecp prompt_ exhausted.) : : .
\, GocdyearTires; passenger cars arc to discover finally: it was gone. 'I 80c, 60c and $1.20' per bottle.. Sold'.byJ. It'Is"planned to cover" anaveraga r

Jt e better today than they J.tave"everbeen.'. .' >},Butto 'return to. an 'analysis" 2-.Roberaon.; .- a. of lift _mile. per day during the
the costs and the probabilityof trip. The parties wiU..top.at'We.'
r, You need, ly to'compare them with : lowering printing them. Take labor for I BOY SCOUTS', MIAMI ;: Palm Beach., Stuart',, Melbourne. ;; Kis-,, l'
aimmee. Halnes City, Lakeland
instance You all know of the strikein COMING TO .KlSSIMMEE
others their:manifest; I Crooked Lake and various other
1I. to see superior the entire country in this Industry I -
1 with the forty-four hour week as. its Miami June 17-J1'wentyllve boys places.- Saturday night the J partywill ,
ity. We have given; them. : thicker,= object. *In our opinion' this ia the have signed up for.the n-day bicycle camp at _Stuart and Sunday tI
most colossal mistake the'typographical -. Florida"-.aDd win night- .t Melbourne''and'be'ready. to
tl'ead.amorec: powerful body .an inv : I tomorrow strike across, country toiKIsslmmee
'- union has ever mad., but temporarily start 'morning at. slx-thir. 'P
construction I at least;-K has won out-ln-a, ty> -The..party will !be:headed pyAlec } on Monday. The boys will.travel 3
proved throughout great--many--places.. In-. -Othersthe Orr. Jr., chairman_ of the boy Hghtand'will' have -splendid 'oppor* .h
shop has taken the place of the tunltles_pioneering--woodcraft: :? V
making them larger,stronger, heavier, open closed shop but there is one significant I lake tt. etc: When, .they"get into
RESULTS TESLThere the region- they will ,bars Iota'o
... thing we find everywherewages -
and even durable than Before
more
I have not been cut. To be a ( fun catching fish and frying: them.

If seek the utmost in economical good printer requires more educationand Can Be Ne Doubt' About.''The Certain members of the i Rotary, Club
-,, you more mental ability than do Result I. Klaslmi have offered prisesfor the beat written
lines- that have for ;/ report of the trip'and for>the
and satisfactory tire equipment ask I other craft work
best math by a'boy on th.
the past two decades: or more ranked Results tell the tale. picture ,,
your nearest Goodyear Service Station with printing in the wages paid. The All doubt i removed trip.; .Camp honors 'will be awarded
war put the printed sheet on a new The testimony of a Kissimmea citizen each day for'the1.'patrol or group
Dealer for Tires.f making the best record for the, day ,
rather
Goodyear.; level in the public-regard, or. ,
in .. 'The""'Soouts are
'.' it placed back in Its oldplace,andthere Can be easily Investigated.What eampinadutle. 'for
is no' reason why we should better proof can be/ had anxiously awaiting .""Assembly"to'
THE GOODYEAR TIRE &. RUBBER COMPANTOffictt not reward the man who produces it. A. M. L. Chauncey, 18 Emmett be sounded Saturday Jla"I1IE'o' .
r\\\\ But the sum total of bur observation street, Klsslmmee, sayai "I tan ; : ...
TRAIL" .
nrgl slit World : P.: ,- '
'bare ia-that-we-have had absolutely hardly=describe them1ery_I::endured -- .
no decrease in the labor Item from backache some time ago.' WhenI *. 'AZANEGRETSTOUT,:: +;
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I in printing, which represents nearly stooped over to .lift anything, a ;
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half of the finished job. It is evident sharp pain took me''' In .the small of "The U. P. Trail,"..which ts coining ,
_. then that on behalf of the job at my back and I.'could hardly straighten. to the Casino tomorrow is the latest it
N least we cannot safely make any reduction My kidneys, acted too frequently photoplay production 01, Benjamin B;
I whatever and the secrttlons: were scanty Hampton; the pioneer maker of plot'tares
The> fome* the -Item of machineryand and highly colored. I 'had headachesand from great+, novels.>t This.' the ;
power. We do not know what dizzy spells too.As another photoplay version'' of Zane Grey'a y
other offices: bars done but ours. did member of. the :family- had' taken moat powerful romancat :admltt.4 r,
I Pills with good sueceea to be the prodacer'a: most virile dra4ma.
not. increase its book value of -.it.plant Doan' Kidney .
+ when prices went sky'high and I used four boxes and they relieved Mr.. Hampton' :?latest:,, drama,
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headaches that he remain unique, in his, a
we have little less than 15 me of tha backaches proves
GOOD percent-machinery.very purchased during and dizziness; and I' feltbetter ability to produce great: pictures that x
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high prices. Paper* lower in price in every way." carr"yto the screen 'lnngti'
and it ia in this item that what re- Price 60c:: 'at all dealers. Don't motive the' balance,-the flDIah. the;
duction we'make has to be computed. simply ask for a kidney remedcetDoan. powerful sweep. .of, creat, novels,
But paper' i II not down -very much a Kidney.P111F-4he same that "The. U. P. Trail,",ia.the most: powers,
and some of it, like lumber, has even Mr. Chauncey had. Foster-UUborn >ful! and*vivid.-greatest1'. L triumph; P
started op again. Bond paper that vto.. Mfrs.. Bufftlo. N. O., of his work. -. .>;

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:: _J. ..WILLSON .: Jacksonville., June,. 18.-With" plans .
: AULTMAN : completed for the, moat elaborate
S. B, THE ROMANCE OF' MIL CELERY
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.' celebration of its kind ever,arrange ,. ., A Serial.SQUASH. Chapter II.' in the'south, Duval county will dedicate t :IN j
'' the Saint Johns
mind,, worked rapidly *ooompllslilng new
Celery's bridge
river with three of
days merrymaking

fool could think more of in in a half'minute an ,hour.than / ;and festivity, beginning1June ,
; WANTED a ,
SO and .
] ending July 2.
He did not want to offend either
Invitation* have gone to the mayors -
Poinsetta In''a moment
Peanutta, or aOo
+t4 of Ii raSit he invited of all cities all boards of county
-- rushing .
absorb commissioners, state boards and
J both of them to/ ice cream ''
= with him at the/ Ute :Parlors of Superb many other.'to'formally participate '
in these events.Governor1/ Hardee -
Confection dawn o. Broadway.Th.'girls "
Invitation and his cabinet" have been invited :
of Florida Instantly accepted his clouds and are azp.ctedto join in the celebration :
A listing your and the threatening.
cleared away'and he basked once :' 'H .e'I "o. D .T"'fl 1'T' :
buyers in .An elaborate of ,entertainment
program
* property- Many more in the sunny smiles of his ador. ;\ } : i
parades, roardi-gras features .
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,. prospect tot ,Kissimmee = able sweetheart! nut'sundaelAt Oh;I the persuasive" fireworks? reception and other r""r.1 (: . '. ... J ;- . .. -,'" .., .

homes power the of a cafe another question, bob-, Sponsors features to ,assist have in I been the dedicationof arranged. 'NSellin 'at the. :.LowestLevel .. .\ .
bed how should they seatedT
it up; : be I the brldae''Will be' appointed by .
I Our hero wanted to show no special
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J I Oo'Aultman favors ,and 'ohe set his rapid-fire many cities and many! social events J'e in Tire

c ; mind to working and evolved a mas-took are This being celebration planned in promises their honor.to eclipse : History, *
to avoid trouble. He
terly plan
anything of.he kind ever previously
: HEAL: : ESTATE them to one of those- little compartments -' in Florida and aU Du .
j on, the aide that ,were made attempted of /li)
val county is looking towards its
: '. tu big for two 3Qx3 24.50
ti ; 4. t people.> enough Into this be very lad the congenial girlsQfObt success. F. C. Groover, general. .
chairman of the committee and dozens '
:.O.ttO'ttH UOoOOOtoo' and bade them be seated, and then of sub-committee. have been
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to, proy.his entire- -impartiality, he ,;
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departments. Arrangementsare
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squeeze 34x454.90
t. : he didn't mind' that at'all; it only being made by the transportation ; ;
NEID'S committee to.secure low round .
made him feel like the meaty partof trip rates on all railroads and a large (And Other Size In Proportion) -
the'sandwich.. With the air of
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number of visitors expected from
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.r Health Baths one who knows the ropes and doesn'tcare .

I . a..ran.-for!, exnensea..Celery many cities.- I Tire) repair men who judge values beat class theee tires .. .- -
dered the white-capped waitress \0 1. Rnb-My-Tum if a treat pain 1 Idl JI J- ''
having the sturdiest made. Forty-seven high ''
For Patrons richest carcass
Now Open bring three of the coldest,
t and. tallest sundaes' that she ccsnkconxtruct. In Relieves- pain and toreneis, .Raen-I Arad* car: manufacturers use them standard equipment.

I' '- He noted with led I madam, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc. They are the quality choice of cord users.

:i. The waters of this wonderful flutter around his heart that both of) e
CAREFUL ADVERTISING
the ladies' were favorably Im-
,,_' _. well. have wrought wonders!", upon pressed young by Ms liberal'-way of -loins IS THEONE BOULEVARD - : Retu"a

if):\ those.afflicted with Skin Diseases daring things, when and he he recalled felt quite that bold he and had 1 TO FINANCIAL-SUCCESS-- $1' 3'.95 'Tor :3'. 0' x,31. :?.; 1

< i, of every description, and they are $1.47 of perfectly good: money in his Everyone has heard of Wrigley's .

tflr] a wonderful help for those having pocket, which he figured would be ,c"'winggum."EVt'ryone has seen This new low price is made possible by strictest economies
, I ample to defray the expense of his!'! I some of the clever advertising for #
Rheumatism in any form or ihapa. momentary extravrgance. When! the ( which the proprietors: pay high l and specialized production.

1. .. The bathe are located 'tw miles waitress brought the sundaes they f prices. According to the Chicago Plant No. 2 was erected for the sole purpose of making

:''i Kissimmee. (were truly wonders of the caterer's Amt'ricanIri) Wriglev was recently L 30x3 .inch Non-Skid fabric tire. With a daily capacity
+ north of '
'art. They wero three'big! mounds of I making a railway trrp--and he related of
p)l1 ; 16.000 tires and 20.000 tubes, this plant permit. refined
,swit;, delicious cream with nuts grated over the story in brief fashionin 'I
Tuesdays, Thursdays and them, raspberry dope poured on 'this wise: i 1'- ; production on 'quantity b llis.

it't1, Open top and whipped cream in regal I It was on a train carrying me from All materials used are the best obtainable. The quality i I. ,',,

I Saturdays quantity capping the'whole 'at'ulrlTalk \ Chicago to my home in Pasadena. A uniform. It ia the best fabric tire ever offered to the car
"1" From 9a.m.to6p.ia.CHARLES about blms. Celery was certainly man who overheard my name men- owner at
any price.
revelling in the midst thereof! tioned by others' approached me.
( He began to dream of the. time when "Are you Mr. Wrigley who manufactures -
11' MID( Proprietors one of these lovely beings' on either chewing hum ? he asked.. I. P. TIMMONS, Authorized Ford Dealer, Kissimmee, Florida
aide of him would be known as Mrs.
21-tf "I am the man I answered.
.s.... Celery Squash; but which one wouldit "Then Mr. Wrigley, I've something L. E. ALFORD. Kissimmee, Florida
be? It seemed to him as thoughthe .
to say to .you, !be; said. "I've .. ,, .. .
clock the wall tickingout -
big on was I jail the! respect in the world for a I : ---- -- -- ----------- -- - -- -

. .ooo..o..o..oo.oooo the words (i'which7" "which... ?" successful business man-understand the map right, and capital will lake Although it is a truly American Special prices for quick sale: >f
.
: "which 7"About that-but, you're making a great advantage and invest. organization, the Camp Fire Girls bundles of old newspapers, always
l'aji SIX the time the sundaes had mistake." Kissimmee will be just what the can now be found in Canada, Alaska selling at fifteen now selling
been disposed of a well-dressed young 'What is -it?" I asked him for I'm people there make it. Business men Mexico, China, Europe, Japan, and at ten cents eenu1 lack of room
man entered the cafe with the idle always anxious to learn my mistakes and private citizens ahou1 do everything even in India. to store them. It will pay every
I GILLETTEBLADES listless manner of a sweet 'chap who i I possible to encourage investments housewife to get a supply right now
knows just about all there is to ")low much. are you spending in :. in all legitimate enterprises. The Classified Columns of The while they are on hand. Valley Gazette -
,, know. When Peanutta saw him her advertising?" Urge the city to clean up. Build Gazette give splendid! service. ** office. 26-tf u
face became radiant, and .she ex- "Ten thousand dollars needed .. .
a day. rooms and make the needed -- .\:
4 claimed, "Oh, folks, there comes Mr. ."Well you're losing money fast! improvements-thus be ready for the
n a WITHHOLDER Packingham "Hooch;.isn't he perfectly You shouldn't have to ,advert ae anymore tourists. These- things I have men Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry Supplies
splendid Everyone knows your gum. tioned will win. Honest Goods Fair Prices Prompt Shipment ;;J
.Adark,- forbidding frown- tame! much here in -- ---- .. ---- -- --. .1L _
d ---- ; Advertising can't help you any Crops Nebraska are in fine A.Ii'"T ir'N TgIibOr ne-Tnow" -
heroes the fair brow of Celery more." I shape, but the farmers have been .
; Squash when he saw the obvious delight I E. o. PAINTER FERTILIZER co., Jacksonville, Florida
: $1.25 "My friend, I said, "we're ridingon hard hit by, the shrinkage of prices
of Miss Peanutta at sight of a train. What would happen to I --as I this is purely an agriculturaland I Get May 20ta 1921 Price' Lbb. Now furnishing "SIMON PURE" aad

the new comer. He had paid thirty- this car, if the locomotive were disconnected live-stock country.. I ."GEM BRANDS"ELECTRIC
PREPAID .
: seven cents each including war-tax and went ahead? Well, L. E. MAHAN.
In ,Attractive" Caw for 'those three magnificent sundae that's what would happen to my bus- Lincoln, Nebraska -- -- L .
: only to hear this divine creature say iness if I stopped advertising. TT '

.:. )Satufaction' Guaranteed .things about Mr.1aekinghamHooch Preserve Advanced, Educator 0
J ; The darts of jealously! had ;The classified columns of The Ga-l
r'M n.y'R.ta"'d.tnu..1 / entered his soul and he was about,, sette give splendid service for Small! Editor of The Gazette:
'
; to reprove his fair companion,when matters. No doubt you. have something -: Take care of the educators 'in all I CAFESunda I
; ti limited. tiro..Jy i . : Mr. Hooch came up qulck.ly'to where to sell that someone else wants.I communities* There is a great tendency ,

\ '.. they were sitting and-began to .monopolize Try a classified in The Gazette. tf j toward a backward movement ,\
the attention of the ladies, especially In that condition markedly
.
.'.Reaut. JI' soapy 'order. orcaik : Celery fumed with wrath:and something FORGING OF ''NEW LINKS I pronounced in the Old .World 7.I RiwLers . JI
--(BO .stamps) ' 6f. M\. fe lings'piust have been going back to that primitive condition --
EAST AND WEST r r k .. .:
communicated to",the girls, for Pea- .,BETWEEN. : I where there is 'no"thought of I ; j- ) WE ARE 'CIVIN"nm SAME:! .. ., .

l FRAD RAZOR CO. : nutta's'black,eyes snapped with daring It seems a bill has been passed by anything but getting food enough to
v delight, while Poinsetta' sidled(the state legislature that makes) ,go round. Preserve the most advanced -. "GOOD OLE CHICK'NDINNERS"' -
.. 1475.,BROADWAY : up to, him.in a most reassurn,* way: provision for the completion of the educators of cost.. WHICH HAVE WON FAVOR
,, y--told-that 1Ib.rwas'1)n The first thing' absolutely necessary -
"NEWvORK'Clneh'o thntnrt i road between Kissimmee and Melbourne II I-
.
.. side in.the matter. | as a state highway. This is is to get back to the faith as --
paekingham Hooch made no con- Important and good news because of taught by Wesley, Calvin, Knox,'and I Don't Forget Our Good Meals For Every Mealtime

cealment .of his intention to take its effect oa this section of Florida.It Luther. Their teachings were the NOR OUR SPECIAL SERVICE
Peanutta away from Celery's company means the forging of a new link pinnacle of our civilization. Restore
He invited her to go to the and of closer ties between the east confidence in our fellows. Bring
movies with him, saying that he had and west coast sections of Florida down the price of all food .tuffs; THE. ELECTRIC CAFE '
1 R e -Pate$ tickets for the mezzanine floor of the and the domination of all geogra- also the price of clothing, rents, and ..' (.1'

High Old Time theater, and would phical hindrances in thinking of all everything that pertains to mere an-
V "',.1. she go: ? She certainly would, and this vastly rich territory as South imal existence. Be pure Americans G. R. DAYSON Proprietor. Telephone<<: 42. Broadway"
told him so. Mr. Hooch felt flattered Florida.-Lakeland Telegram Iin politics-just as George Washington I
For Goitre; Glandular and Celery felt flattened by her ,Wall Be infidels or Christians .0000.0.00.0..00000000000000.000..0..00.0
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consent. AH 'of the latent spunk I as the people were then. It is easier -
that had! been inherited from his long On Road to Boneyard"I to convert an infidel to right- .,

t ; line of Squash ancestors flamed in thinking than to convert a perverted .,.,.
Enlargements.Your'Druggist. I
Celery' breast' He bristled like an have just finished a treatmentof thinker. in matters of cht:! tianity.
angry tomcat' and arising in his your wonderful remedy and can Bring: the people, back to the faithin "
ask wrath .he proposed to give Packing- say it has done wonders for me al- medicine and surgery-back to ) 'No
: Pay
: ham Hooch a thrashing right then ready. :For the past five but! I the highest civilization-for the ou MoreS
.
have been unable to eat the
any
it + and there. At this 4tlscttiyo"PoTnaetta greatest benefit to a suffering
grubbed his coat and held him lightest food and that but sparingly Get back to the point where ,I
: ple.
'. .1" .. .. .. .. ... back and the waitress rushed in be- as any food caused; mean bloat w thras. public work can be a public blessingas But you gfebetter
tween the .eomb..t. Jts ,flourishing her I was reduced to skeleton: of it was in former days. We ,are
'Ii tray, and implpring them to go put ninety pounds, and was on the road getting, behind in public; work, and flakes '
:' on the street to fight, and ,,not muss to the boneyard. A friend in Birmingham the people of this land on accountof horn .
DR) :BUGRMASTERKISSIMHEFS J things up ,tor she.had too much to i! sent me a bottle of Mayr's the necessities of our great 'population -
do without cleaning up alter two wonderful ,Remedy, which -f took, are suffering as never before. when you specify

.. . ... .,.. ...J.;.. .. ', ,. blooming fools fighting over a dago apd I t.am sure- it will certainly cure Get back to normal--and do it
girl] me of my trouble, judging from what quickly. There' is a time when neglect .,
It was hard to get the men .to it brought" from me 'and theway I in all public work is a crime-r
tj, t. ,..' 'r . forego the pleasure of feel. It is a simple, harmless prep- and 'we have arrived at that point.
''J each other; however things quiet aration that that removes the catar- Show the people of the world that POSTToASTIES
,OSTEOPATH somewhat.and the company broke rhal mucus from the Intestinal tract our integrity"MS due -to our implicit
but not until .Packingham' / had.issue and allays the inflammation which faith in proper constructors, a/id '
\ : OFFICE AT RESIDENCEjConcr a challenge for Celery to meet him causes practically:: all stomach, liver show our unfaltering disapproval! / '
:
,k the, following day with ,any; weaponshe and intestinal' ailments, including ap lax and dishonest teaching. x_
\ : 9! ,Crjr4 .A..... might,choose. pendicitis. One dope' will convince Stand for the rightlegitimate, by name and make sure that .

.ad .Eouattt Street "Do you mean to fight a duel?" or money refunded. J. Z. Roberson, just, fair, equitable, honest, .fit, .decent ,
) *' do and druggists everywhere the them to
,Celery Inquired. 1 certainly} : --and super-Americanism grocer gives you.
... said Packingham; "choose your sec- DR. JOSEPH T. RICKER.
'
ends and meet me at the pine tree
Z J. W. THOMPSON in, Slbcum's cow-pasture at ,sunrise UU GALLIE YEARNS FOR Never such j
THE FORUM"Get
tomorrow morning, or be forever 1. I THE MELBOURNE HIGHWAYAs were

Yi branded as 'a coward!I"<, flavor and crisp- .
Funeral Director (To be continued.f we understand; it, the road '
leading from Kissimmee, known as ness sealed in '
AND The misery and depression causedby ReadySays! Writer the cross-state highway, is'' to be up ',

a bilious and constipated condition Editor of The Gazette: completed at an early date and we corn flakes) as
,LICENSED J EMBALMER of the system can be quickly removed I found plenty of inquiries among must by all means have our streets '
by using Herbine. It purifies. the people where I stopped on my in good.shape. The road from Kis- yon obtaiivfrom f r
b Ctora aDd, Chapel Stewart Ave. strengthens and Invigorates .Price trip from Kissimmee to Lincoln Ne- slmmee is. .about 'a mile' and a half of '
...... KtgSTMMEHl. FLORIDA 60c. Sold by J. Z. Roberson. t* by of Ban Gallle and if eveiy''package -- '
........... . ..... . braska and I was five weeks on the shorter way .... .
- > Fifth street to the
-r .1 '""" .Do you xilow way; as to Kissiramee i and Osceola we canasphalt Toastiesw ".
=
:' '''Ji r. than W) .percent of the fort : county sod I ,Jbav. been' talking corporate, ctiwits,,thiscrosssetata>> l Post G_
elgn ;..commerce of the United State. That the land comprised; in the about {those spots ever since.I arriv- ate '' -
is. now,_Dine j! 'carried .in American state of Pennsylvania, was granted ed here.. ,I have' found aumerou *load and.bringrots-of/traffic by Eau
; 1t /Teasels. ? William Perm in lien of a debt owed parties 'who hate promised to come! CaIn ,', The %;aajrt coast Is\\jUft',j beginning.to -

*fv: Oaf. -of' oak' .or,..!Iry poisoning hat.3enn's.the father figure by rep Charles seated,II,about and to the_Kisstaunee iarlrfUL dorlptr, No doubt next\season.tn they will PAD 'want 'fcr-forge eom .Jute thank ut'U'-the :: Sold by.. grocers evelYJi4 ,er. ,: tii

f should ..be' treated withJJ&lla.rd'. other towns_ more will .t J , \ ,
r Snow 2.00persquare,-mile ti 4ui1Jre '|rtvest.VI; i fcop1! betoreiJlaf thne:..thehra7.14 .... -- t,. ;
.
,','. JJJnlmentrAlt; Is antiseptic and'heal. tate? for ,,i4 : Melbourne wilh>ba>eempietedsendI hive to .be done;-gaauGattkt'Baoftga.I : ,
\: ;'Ing *ld, .':A9% AQOjd nmtdJ''fol"': such / hope Ifce' bulkhead wilt i F"VJWcW Pos un Cereal Calncatde(4;, Mkh.: ;? .
., trod est ; ,60 eGo tacit ? aV ;Students from I R.b-My-TlMi, b. a ..wer id'ati- t ,
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I IN R1IIIBTATm!: O Bald 'minors have an undivided on.* : Ll ,
I ARgON twelfth, InterestteaohHn. eald property j '
DECEASED.DEAVEaETT. '. Such.application to be blots upoatltlon ''' '. \ I : "
: ,I .NOTICB) TO OKWHTOIU.W now oo.flls; ., ,In. the office of said P' RINTCOMMERCIAL I ' 0' j .
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4 Fire l Insurance : AH PEmaONS HAVING CLAIMS "T:IS llth day of May,: niL 1.. 1 j I c I I,, ;
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AND .
DEMANDS AQAINST<< THE) BJS-. LEON HEBB, Guardian.LENARD ., .
.I TATE OF CHARLES AVEBKTT!: CAR.JON. O. BOYNTON.
DBCBABEin, LATH OP KI8HIM. Attorney for Petitioner. 11.11 "*i
: MME, 08CBOUA OOUNTT. FLORIDA!
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k; i I A.W11 REAR. on the llth dar of MarE KOTICK or DIalOLUTiONNotlcN'is' .' '
anif Rentals$ itll. C. A. Carson, Jr.. aa Exe- .
outor' ( the.Batate of Charles Aver* '' hereby given' that the BOOK 'AND POSTER, <
: .tt deo.a..QJel.d.befor. existing between '
} Carton, me partnership heretofore _
a written sug-g-estton, on oath toffttker J.. W. Goodman and T. J. ,Wood. HI., .'' '.' I
--000- wlth the required .Ob.elu\e., that all doing business' under the firm '
.w. le believed the estate committed to name of Goodman *. Woodall. at IQ.elmme. .- Fi
his cbarre to be Indebted to an amount .., Oeceela county. Florida.. : -. }
JrI'eat.r: than the value thereof and hereby dissolved by mutual agree :no o hr, invntmmt ;).alt brings inch ttirm and; 'c'o. k .. air,
_r A Notary Public in our office .It..t, said estate' waa Insolvent m.nt-T. J.. Woodall retiring and J. T'liEl.iE. .
:
r THEREFORE, you and each o'/oa. W. Goodmah continuing the' said prlntid aal ariansA at w. Jo It' 77NT f
are. hereby notified business. All accounts of whatevernature iao'orFmetA lip'I I
000Nelson'Realty. appear and Hie andnil before the due the flrm or owln* by the J.6f getting business so inexpensively-, / .
.
-- -. let day of January A. D. .1" duly firm will be .settled by J. VVV Good- 1
authenticated, any claim. and d.- man. e. 'you ate thinking of a plan; ot campaign,roe may. be iri? ne'Jd of'Bilfheads. 4
mends which you or either of you may J. W. OOOOKAN. '
,
I have airalnst. the .ald estate. T. J. WOODALUKlsslmmee Statements, Letterheads, Envelope.. *, Looseleaf Device' *; Re'-' "tceipt -.," 1
.
II DATED at Klssimmee Florida, thla Florida, !
I . 11th day of May A. D. itii. June 1.., niL. tt- to Eooka"ot'Labgli.: .No I is ,

Judd I* COMER, the time to follow in the footsteps THE
lab of the CountyJudge's NOTICE .TO,, CRBPITOR .

: County, Florida.Court. O..ola. Zl-t In 4 Cesirt ef. The-Ooeinty-Jeeare., Oeeo- of that army of successful me*- "' } /" "cCaTAflAcounts .

. I Company : NOTICH Oir FINAL DISCHARGE! .'. c-.t,.. State: of Klertea. who are, 'in .making,, 'o!. .R\S\\\\\\W\ \\ \ \\\ lQ\\Kj\I\ Y (] 1;

In re Estate of-p'ole; L. Mcdulre.To . _
I In the Cmrt eTCe..., Jedce., Slate all Creditors Legatees.. Distribu tans for themselves,' building up (HOMf of COOD NUNTINC ' (,
.f Fleria'a Oaeeeln C...,r. '. tees. and all Persons having Claims );
'
the greats' industries
eo rapidly. J
said Estate ;.
or Demandsngalnat : ,
In the Estate of Fred A'damaon. You and each of you. are hereby K18eIMMytt. ... .. t
.WE: MOVE: THE: IfARTH! NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all notified to present any claims and demands Let us. do your. printing. -- -..1.II PItON: U ..L.Ch..IDA. w ,. I.
-
the -
whom It may concern that on 11th which you or either of you ,
q
Or AnythingOa Top The' Earth' day of_.1ul). A. _D. 1921.- 1 shall, apply may have-against-the eatate'of Francis Co 1 .
to the Honorable T. I* Comer, Judge I* Mcdulre.! d.eea.ed..L late of Saint
of aaldl Court, aa Judge of Probate, Cloud. Osoeola county., Florida, to the
YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS for my final discharge aa Executrix undersigned executor: of said--estate. '

Or Anything That Can Be Moved rill of .the present, and estate ray that of Anal at Fred the account Adamson earn. ..time H deceased ehitrlx I- within"'.Dated two May years 10. from A.. D.the 1961.date here- I > 0 < ) < > < > <> <0 >_. O. O 0 O < Y

of aald, estate and ask for their DAVID LAW, ,
Get before approval KrSt. : .
our price; having your Dated May 11, A D. 1221. northwest
hauling done. ZOA ADAMSON. K. and 1(4 feet east of corner
ll-'t Executrix. TREASURY DRPARTMRNT. Lot 2in Section 11, and. run south
OFFICIO OF"COMPTHOI.L.KH (45 feet east 111 feet north .41 feet
STATE OP1 FLORIDA "'
NOTICE! TO CREDITORS and west 111 feet. ::
H JONES'TRANSFER COMPANYPHONE ( TALLAHASSEE -
W. .
No. 118 of Itll.
al.r -J I. Curt ef The Ceentr' ....: Osreela Whereas by aatlafaotorr. evidence, 11. : .
1F8C
c..t. at.t..s FloridaIn presented to the undersigned It has No. III of Tilt. : .. O
1..q. Ord.n ml O..../.H.rtl..rf/.. Section 4.
been made to appear that a banking :
re Estate of Jennie A. Case association under the name. of Merchants All above ,
To all Creditors, Legatees. Distribu and Farmers Bank. of Klsslmmee. South, Range tt .
tees and all Persons. having Claimsor located. at Klsslmmee Florida, cording to the
Demands against said Estate: and; organised under. the l.aws ofF1orMA The said \lands
You, and each of you are -hereby hss complied with all theprovisions the date of .. ("
notified and required to present any required to be compiled c..t.-In the .. .
claims and demands which you. or with by the Banking Laws of Florida W. R. Grimes and
either of you before an association shall be author- said certificates. .
:
bet.P.d.t.'l' .
;: .
tflXING.FORDSThat's estate of Jennie I tied to commence the business of cording to law, ,
late. of Osceola County Florida. theunderalrned. Banking hereon on the
Raymond Case, Executorof 1811. .
NOW THEREFORE) I, Ernest Amos.
said estate. within two years from Comptroller of the State. of Florida :J. L. .... '.
the: date hereof. by virtue of authority vested In I' -
Dated January IS A T>, 1M1. me by nth..U. of the Revised. . .
.. RAYMOND CASE. General Statutes ef the State of Florida By S. H. Bullock
I0-t Executor. certify. that. the Merchants andfarmers
Bank of Kisslmmee of Kls NOTICE OF
Oar Specialty NOTICE! TO CBBP1TORi . slmmee, In the County of Osceola and

I.i C..rt. .f the C-..,. Jmtff Oseeela commence the State of the Florida.business Is authorised of Banking to Notice Is hereby a1.Ia 4 'Ciait

C.mmtr, State .f Flerlde.In given with I Bailey purchaser
under the name above a
Of Coarse, W. D. All Varfetiw! elAntoMobUe capital stock of Twenty-five Thousand No. 1141, dated the .
re Estate of Charles W. Ward. Doltora D. Itlt. has filed . ,
To all Creditors. Legrateea, Dlstrlbu-l Given under hand. and seal ofoffice 'I .
Work And. W. Do It tees and all Persons having: Claims this twenty-third my day of May tax e"io'a"'lo: Issue: : ; ? -1- :
or Demands against said Estate: A. D. One Thousand Nine TiundrddTwentyone. ; ; Said -- ; ,
You and each of you are herebynolfled P
RightEddie and required to present anyclaim. ERNEST AMOS. 11..w Osceola county. 'I 1
.. and demands which you, or Comptroller. State of Florida. 10 Block 62. I II I
either of you may hare against theestate (OFFICIAL SEAL) 16-lt The said land ( !
of Charles W. Ward, deceased I date. of Issuance
late of Oaceola Count. Florida, to the NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.Notice I, the name of I
undersigned executors of said estate. :certificate shall
: Hanscll within two yeara from the .date here- la hereby given that bids will ing to law. tax .. JO. y't y'tj '
01. be received by the Board of CountyCommissioners on the 18th day of \ you buy.roof. ,
Dated If. A D 111
April
No. 18 Emmett Street WARD. o f Osceola county. Jclr : : i : :
C. WATNJ5 Florida up to and Including 10:00: i : j of( doOm.I .
R. B. FLETCHER. m, Saturday June tt, A. D. 111, 1 ;,.
A n-It Vxeoutors: of fleJd Estates the office of the_Clerk, of the l c'lC..urt :: (Circuit Court I .f
'
In Circuit Court for the Seventeenth Florida of, for said the county construction at Klsslmmee of East -NOTICE OF II Luy-Tdhas; thV . -'- --1-i; '" i
DR. .R. J. DiNNING 'udtclal' Circuit of the State of Florida Lake road. '
In and for Osoeola County. InChancery. f for Then "
root wv
Plan. and specifications may be examined ,
DENTIST Henrietta Base a widow or, obtained- the office of Notice la hereby ':
and Hudson Bass unmarried complainants the Clerk of the Circuit Court, at Klsslmmee. : Kenney. purchaser you real money., ,
the Postofftce.WlFICm ... .
Over Robert M. Evans, .t al.eapondenta. . Florida. No. 1101, dated. .'
HOURS a 11:10. 1:10 t. 1Ce.idence . Dill to Quiet Title. Order A. D. mil has I '
) : to Right Is reserved to reject any or : :' .
for Publication.. The State of my office, and .'Bird's Art-CrJtv I ; j
all
Phone 174 '
t Florida to: proposals.J.. L. OVERSTREBT.: for tax deed to : :: : Ii
Office Phone tae Robert! M. Bran Minnie Kllsa Clerk ''Board County Commissioners with law. Said : Slate Surfaced. t
Brookln., Minnie B Torrey and JosephG.
Osceola the following ." !
Topr.,. her- husband: You and each of County.16It uated In psceola Roll Roofings Of*. '": '
of sod are hereby commanded to appear -:
wit: '
In the above on Lots IX 11. and to"you by ex ,
.i'tI'i NOTICR TO BIDDERS
'
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW ; .
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and '
the 4th of July, A. D. to )
Cloud '
4r All persons claiming an' Interest In Notice la hereby given thai' 'b'ldwll1b. ; The said land : right Bird's' f n...;,"t.. '
.
; the Southwest quarter of the Northeast .. received,,-by the Board of County hate of Issuance : ;: t I I ,
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and the West half of the .
\ quarter Commissioners of Oseeola county. the: name of 8t.. you can .....,.
: Warner Building.P. Southeast quarter of Section It East 7 'ofTallahassee InTownship Florida up to and Including 10 a.'m.on jany. Unless said ; ,' ,
j 1* South Range ..
redeemed .,
officeof \
11. Mil. at the #
meridian. In Oaceola Coun- n.c.n '
f'
-- ; Clerk
J. of the Circuit Court of will Issue thereon ,
under Robert M.: Evans
tyFlorida. July. A.. D. 1921.J. r "
said county at Klsslmmee. Florida for
V. Collier and Narclasn P. Collier his 1. !: ) with} '
wife. M. J. Hicks Minnie Russ Br'ookI I he 'purchase of ONE HUNDREDTHIRTY to get busy .
VANS AGNEWATORN7jYATLAW Minnie E. and G.Torrey. [ THOUSAND. Dollars' (1110.- . ;' I ,
A. na Torrey Joseph .. 4, A-
nt ., 0 *
: 109.00) fiw r-j"" p arl..1 TIME: WAR.c. -* vti 'rte
her hu.b&Dd.a.on4--V- -
RANT& (Circuit ,Court ..
.; nler: 'a bachelor, LuddenCarapbelUImlth . i Full Information' In regards to said .... l',
!
Company a oo n > "' t ; *
OFFICES B. Maklnaon Company. of KJ..fmrno.. Warrants m r.rte obtained at the of- -..... M,.: .... .
floe of the the Circuit Courtof /
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'
11. Booth Oraaffo AvemuaOVlmado. Florida, a.Florida B. Maklnson corporation Company.successor Osceola county. Florida at Kls.tmmee. NOTES 1; i '
to w. a
SHerlda. : ; .< -..
Florida them *
corporation ' .
i norUa If any of the same be 'd. :l.f.or, defunct. Certified cheek In the amount of : ' ,
t <
}JOOO must each bid. *I. j )
accompany Ii.
Interest } 1 ' 4i
or otherwise claiming- i i l
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tb.relnpYou: are hereby. commanded Rights are reserved to reject any Born: To Mr. y'
. Homo .Address to appear In the above entitled. and. all blda. Wright' of. ,

IS tM Water Park Florida cause on- the 1st day of August, A.. D. J. of L the OVBR8TRBE.pClerk Board of county' June lb, a Company ;"I, ti"9:
1221.
t Commissioners of Osceola leaving for the : I.-t.
WITNESS the Honorable C. O. Andrews .5'e
.. Judge of the above court. County Florida. It-It Mrs. II, D. 3 (3 .8WJil ,1J 1 i't ;
and my name aa clerk thereof and' the .
CONTRACTORS for Chicago; Mrs. _...
NNNMH seal of said Court at Klsalromee, Osoe, NOTICR TO .'j '"
ola County, Florida, on this the list Notice Is hereby given that bids will Thursday for I

,, M. TILLER day. of April. J.A-L D.OV' kSTREIDT. / be Commissioners received by the of Board Osceola of county County. Slawson on and ....t.... ........t"A. I 'k
Kansas Mr.
Circuit Court Seal) Honda, up to and Including 10 a. m. ; I
(
1 Clerk Circuit Court. Oaceola' on Tuesday, July tte at the officeof on _Tuesday. for EArRO1Ib'r : .
: Real Estate Agency. County Florida the Clerk of Circuit l Court of necticut. : : .1; : .

...................-............. Counsel Z. BASS.for Complainant. It-lit said for the county construction at Klsslmmee of approximately, Florida Miss Katherine :: o- 'COMES TO CASINO .f a'

Bought and sold ten, miles of hard surfsoe road being the public 'school : : . .; >.
Realty NOTICE! OF KI.KOT1ON part of the road known-Road. the KIsslmmeeMelbourne to Kentucky ; lot 'the sweetest romances; t i
rented.
Houses Notice Is hereby given that err' election Plans and specifications) may be examined The Wisconsin are those which develop af FL
Taxes paid and Title verified will be held In Special. Tax SchoolDistrict at the .ofjtce of the Clerk of Thursday With when the huaband' and.'
No.6. otherwise known as the Circuit Court of Oaceola county. corner of estranged'' .. ..
for nonresidents.Fire. Florida at Klsalmmpe.. Florida. or" allpcratedper* ">,
Center School District on
the Union I ''
Fourteenth street:
,
Certified check In the amount of are finally brought together' t
Life and Accident In Saturday June IB, A? D f 21. for the ; )
purpose. of determining: who shun ,000,00 must accompany each bid. W. G. King, with that understanding i,that IV ,
surance. serve as school trustees. of said district and the successful bidder will be required to went an operation I future happiness. Such >la''?
for next after the to give a bond satisfactory
the two
years
Indemnity Bonds.J'y election, and for the further purposeof said Board for Twenty percent of the sachusetts is In "The Easy Road.":1 i 4
determining the number of mills ofdl"trl..t bid ward complete Paramount picture starring.
.....0. ... ........ .. ..... school tax for to be the. levied said two andcollected and Rights all are reserved to reject ,any The Eastern Meighan, which' ,will ..be> i '
annually
bld.j, L. OVERSTREETClerk Thursday at th. Casino next Wednes

KRIBBS W. J. STEED yenrs The following persons are appointedas of the Board of County lake.Misses '. : M I .; .
and clerk of said election \ Commissioners of OsceolaCounty. Kathleen
KRIBBS & STEED Inspectors Florida. It-It husband who in spit of hard''' i
: and Ruth
mon has achieved fame novel ;
J. H. Smith. Q F. Austin and Fred aa a ;
' Attoraere ..d Ce..slere et Law Harvey Inspectors, and Ira H. Welh- IN. THE MATTER OF THK F%TTE been at college in I ; tle' down on'easy street with

KI____. Plerlda erbee clerk. OF SARAH A. COHOON.. NO'SCOMPOa. home. wife to enjoy life.. But'with' .,

General yravtloe !. e.11 *tat..d lic Done Instruction by order In of and the for Board the of County Pub I Neil Bartlett ; aa hia false idol, his life and .' (;

Unlte _S_tate. .fceurtS. .-- of-Osceola. 8tate-W Frftrldar"thl* Z3d All persons having .claims. againstthe are home for the t deteriorate. His wife,'

H day of'.May W.A.C.D.BASS.111. Cb..lrm..n.AUe.t them above-named, duly authenticated estate will to I the present undersigned 'I' The Baptist hope of 'renewing his 'Ideals,,

* : for settlement, and thosebelfiK Tuesday at the the.. novelist 0 goes from;' ;.1

C. E. YOWEL.I, :: I Indebted tot said estate will lakefront which worse. He was *' i'
make the undersigned, the
County Superintendent and Secretary payment. attendance. when happens r
something
CI of the Board of Public Intruetlon. 'legally appointed guardian. ,
j 14-6t IRA WETHERBEE.!: !: Mrs Lodena < him 'anew and he again be-1' 4

J7-4t Klsalmmee. Florida. at Saint Elmo the man of old. The wife re *5'

NOTICE TO
ME4TARKETFresh : V OTHER. "-- this her : ;1 another. ,The ensuing" a
Notice la hereby given that I will Uncle .Josh; show how both find ?
Notice la hereby given! to all creditors apply to the Honorable T. L. Comer happi y
legatees. dlslributwee and allpersona County Osceola n Kisslmmee on .:: t ;
having elalme or demands ida on :..1.J.r Itll. at his .fltor.. duty. Ballroom Boy comedy"
,< Meat andVegetables against the estate of Ida L. Pfann.. the Court House at Klsslmmee. FlopIda W. i. Barber a Mix-Up will sapptjr' .t r 1. r;;
Florida deceased 1
of Oeceola. County
tl late "i, for an order authorising the sale lina Station
_taprsaent the same to the ..the interest of C L. Hyatt; Jr. and for this excellent program. I
undersigned at Kleslromee, Florida, Mendell Jackson Hyatt minor In and Cloud on Saturda ) I
- within two years from the Id day of to the South fifty feet of Lot Four. BE THE '
Junes A. D. 19f1. Block One. of Robinson's addition. to 666 TIES"r. :
: HENRY M.. PFAN21Exeoutor KJsslmm.. ejeUUhr THAT LINE Tfl* COASTSseems ; '
FUgld ; ,4.
andITeeteraent .
rstwill
of the : tern
i P. HrA.'I'T. Keemets
:: Phone 44Joanatoa of Ida U Pt...... d.* Guardian .of C. I. Hyatt. Jr.; ,' ,,.. '_), ..1' .... ./ rd..
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r ceased. 71.9L11.4k' and Mendell Jackson Hyatt Hudach4i, d1.'t. '. .th"t'J, abIBl has ,.,.bMII7. f
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., . 14.4t- by th*;.lejdslalwra that ;
; ..... W Bell J ,
.. A..UdeliiN'otlct -
the
.. 0.' P- GAR1tmTI ...--- ...... NOTICH' Or. APPLICATION rOR'TAX KEhf( Y1 1 [ ;. n tar! ,the cewaletlon'of
,Pat' : ) Dalll"'" between.'-FSrfH:, -".
; dye,,' of thi .-.... .. ;
JO Ms1'o r1aGAItUTT.ATTORNE'tSA nerebr "Jt HRRla9Y. X .. Jp i
that
17th day ot.June. AD. ; I will NOTtSa .18 OrVKN' \ The ,11
T-YA.W of Tax Certl- too lale Telegram. ne r "
? a.p..lt.o Honorable T.'> Comer. C01ln S raubptlrohaser" (
.- Co.ntyState 2hA.. ''He. HlT -and \11.. 4.te4't... Id add that this' roaaas the
ty Judge In'and for 'j M'1"aDd] ; Mrs S. .. I
'I Offices.i'10.11 >jJ4 |2.;0seola l Bandsmi'&e of .1P'10rld..t Mm .office :.InsUnmee. Kleneire.otJrioe '*'1'iv" A.--IX- is.and ef.Tas 1* *' a new link and of close*'; 1 A
Mr4. Be. H
.v In ,-4 ;. ouBtyi; :4.* *" order Certlocate p' .- tV dMed. tile. .14. dailof 0 4p '
._'. .. ..BuUdInt.a .. .._ Jane .. .. .. the and west '
I, ; ) .. ath.si.Ing-me. as 0. .. -. AdaILebKJ .A.: > fflft has filed, aald eer MU Bernice Florida ; ,

:a ......"_ ...a.. o.bboJ4oifi--! :'A'. 11''..... ebby:HsaN H..tt.-,Hebb',JokE: tln !mtes <''lnf( 1117".t.-..ales.W, &ea" .ash.eftd4aprtle.do.tfertaa ,peaft tfM latter' of "and the .. J i.

tbW. ._11. to.sellat'privatesale aeoordaeio..1Itb: 'law;,Bald ..c.rtlfloaWealbraee withrMsids'D'artbll. .
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tate pdbBc aat* guests ( "
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.JT ,'HCADTPROMISES, : dells; sad'race- ,,,.- "ani'- two..-.4,Mb- lipnae..oM notify'T. E.xt5oates: ;,hitrmab'of;; ; the HOW, .KISSIMMEE"'.WO*; H.;. . r

-**' 1 UK IULT in t the bsondng."'an41one( program"}''committee. All'aoads'' ,ITS :OPP,.''APPELLATIONManyvassertion :
f ltE.\r..F OF in, the afternoon. The Klssiramee, rood leading to Fort: ,Meade and it .. .
# Concert ,land ""haa""been"secured'for S'expected that thousand. will' take ""' ,hav 'been'. madeas :'DOODMAN ROC R'l
!; ,TheTcitUens, ; ..of..l'"art....Mead,.aur. this"day u. nd twill '>*endei<*the. .. beat advantage,"-andrpend' 'their holiday to"how' the nam4"MrKlnlttm 4* ;
rounding '''phosphate mine and the music heard in a', long time Fort lit that city. The Legionnaire are inateJdand'them.afmany'whofeel \

local( Port of -.the American Legion Meade i. anxious 'to. entertain on boosting the celebration, and desire sure that their own I.lolI., is theonly ,
laN:, beDdlDe"t.belr.el'of1a) t.wardhav- this. ... '>.that.--comes once;hi 'every that- all ,comrades) 'Shall.be present. correct one ,Dut'' here is a talewhich ''ior
w ,
.one of Vn. biggest h Fourth0ofJul )) "eartheFourth/ .of July.:-and 'all seems to bear1 truth upon' its
: celebration -.ia.lbe': hl.tol'7If<< are crged.'to; make ,theirs plan: .o OPENING OF FISH. LAKE PARK every angle and 'it is possible that .-. & .

V,Polk''county-r4f. not'in' SonthFlortda.good that they(..ay enjoy ,the dayrand, mlees' be floe .time there',are to >e- found none'.suffi *
to a'
has barbecued .Th'rt'.Jlro NEXT TO 'C COMMERCE; } .
meal of
f A' program been ,temporrilyiarrangd.and gel a good'square ciently informed successfully dish .
at Fish .l ak- .Park, as be aeeq
all the other > may '
will consist .ktnds-Mmd .
meat of it."Once
of '
an .
} pute '
; *
rra '/,automobile .,parade in which price rood 1 hint ,'.that !will be .offered.next by an'M'ond.y-when"announcement the in newly-plan.this issue; .upon ,a time," thestory Successor to & Woodall
"V11I .be given'for'best, decorated carr These who plan to enter their cars '''will'be thrown the goes possibly not ,.more than forty r
"0. ''float lumping contents, 100-yard In competition should Immediately ned park open' to rA
; \ when there cowboy
years were
ago
,t .. .. -...-. ., ..'......"- _-". ...-. --.' -.. .,''.' .. .' or'' 'It public ahould, for be examination understood, and that approval)all the; galore and'when'' the Seminoles were THE ONLY CHANGE THE PLACE ?

-' '- .'. . .- contemplated Improvements:, have not common In all the\ lower' section, of IS 'THE SLIGHT OF NAME. '
( "'" Florida, there, lived' in this vicinity
'" - reached perfection; but in order toItart' 4.4, :
: ,things. Mr. Fosdick will a ranchman possessed of many acres ;
turn the place going over, to'V all visitor who' employed not only 'cowbell; .but . MOST PEOPLE know. the high ....' U
d t free 'aJJcost.There will beJx>at Indians a* .well to help out v 11th the of the f It tickles .
E : quality
J5. ; ,
his>Seminoles
work.
Aomng was a
I and 'free table for lunches. freewings maiden .bit bashful Jt is true but their appetites seven the ''week a But I"f
1iB: I'R"G III.'S for children, And from eight ; a ,
: o'clock .to midnight there will be free bright enough to know that she was do we .feed you? It appetite beinr".y\, \
dancing .to the strains from I an ex-' attractive,' and smart enough to tickled by the best to be- found in :"{

1 cellent band._ The bathing beach will know. a 'little of' the American language .. this town> -. *.

be open 4o the public Sunday.,. One' day there came' ; to the ranch, We invite you to trial.. We* .- '

'JIM""S RELY HUSTLED a :bunch of cattlemen and they were have an abiding faith trial will ,make '
,
C"' ., --' invited to remain over for a meal or I s you a permanent _
AT THE STORE OF .. The Kissimmee Valley Gazette two- rand perhaps a little'' bit tot Quality and price thins to the. .v .
'G j tells of the hard-surfacinir of that looch -provided cattlemen ever indulged and in both at if ', ;
terrible piece of road e1\ ndinf.! from While ,the men were washing buyer you get., ,. "i >
the Dixie Highway to the city's pastern -' up preparatory to enjoying a this store. t4

A. S. ..GILBERT!! limit': According to The Gazette , square meal the Sem ole maiden I
the whole- credit is* due to. passed along in the crowd. The visitors -' 4 ,.1
James Johnston, who was mad looked at her :with that 'enthusiasm OUR GOODS ALWAYS
,. chairman of by which Is fanned ab :
highways. little by a long CUR ALWAYS SERVES, r :1-
I by little the missing links will bel'' aeRie in the wild section of tile .
% CommencingSaturday . I closed, up and the whole Distance :Ut1ty-Osoeola courtly was not then, I i
Melbourne' hard-surfaced.: Orlando] ormed-and a large county 'lit that ,

.. Reporter-Star. There was one young: fellow who
June 18 prided himself that he always was abit
y LOUGHMAN COUPLE MARRY bolder than the common run,and Goodman's GroceryJ. J

.lor-- closing up In' the crowd through
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
which the girl was passing grabbed .
and Closing "> F. X. Lapont, on Tuesday, June 14,
her and planted a kiss where it wouldbe .
.
.' I-
and Miss W.
"Flag Day, Joseph Nemitz the most enjoyed. Then he calm-
} Y'' '. Sarah Stewart, the latter of Lough-!: ly broke away-and the girl went on Broadway Broadway ";'"
Monif[ -June 21 man. were united in the holy bonds with her duties. ,

I of matrimony James M. Johnston The incident was supposed to have ..... . . ' .1.
I The will make
'officiating. couple
I
& been closed.- It would have been but 4
A :their home at Loughman. Few recognize for one thing. The girl could talk. .

At this time of flie year, when the weather !, ,the. versatility of in Mr. ..Johnstonyet When the crowd was seated at the a hundred or two pupils to one of II
he is able to fill almost any
is the hottest, is the time to prepare to keep I''I-niche which may be vacant. table well passed and. the about food, the had Seminole been pretty girl:, over principal a and thousand assistant enrollment.principal Professor As-

,cool. So. let us help you by this big reduction .I COURT HAVE BECOME not at !all abashed ran up to her employer Shaver has done much in fntruder, .\
and, pointing to the 'cowboy building up the school, and Mrs. ,
prices on 3un\mer>: Goods. Below are MUCH TOO LENIENTThere who had gone over the top in his Shaver has also been an important 1 1P
breach of etiquette, ejaculated to the factor in the of. the school
success
"' much
too wlensnesn
I '. some of-the bargains we offer for eight days in is the entirely land. The man who- ranchman: ,"Him! See him I like and in her, line has few superiors,
e not him! Him kiss-a me!"
I says the Wauchula Advocate.
takes the control of matters' in his
While that part of the tale regarding lose these
Much to
i Voiles: All SOC valuei reduced to_______________._:_________39c own hand when they should be It.ftI her dislike to the performance good people as we regret wish them unbounded
we
courts. is making trouble for
to the ,
Voiles: All 75. values reduced to1 .___?____.-._____.___________59c I the whole people, and courting a I might not have been correct it makes -success in their new field. Dur-

'' Voiles:_AU_ $1.00 values reduced, to___1_____.::___.____--____79c prison .sentence for these for things himself.is prison The the require story much the! .> better.of a change It would in not the the ing school their labors grow from here a they small have Institu-seen 1,1 1-

r : Colored Organdies $1.25 values. 45-inch reduced to__________98c remedy sentences. The courts of the landhave..lrwwn.1oo spelling to bring about the gyle: now tion to one of the largest schools in

,-. u__ --coIored-Or.aadiet 75e.-valuea.--4O-inch. reduced to.-...S9c Jenient.in..the matters in bestknowtirand use-and by there which is the--aj'possibility city is South Florida. This growth has
naturally'taxelt1he'resourcer"'O'f'thepeople :
': Dotted Swiss, 50c values, 27Tinch reduced to___-_;___________39c convicted of sentences.of heinous Too flagrancies ma.ny men are that this is the 'only true account and during much of.tbe. time '

rt a ;: Dotted Swiss. 75c values, ,36-inch reduced to_____ ___________59c let off with a fine which they impudently Kissimmee.of the origin of the name- they have labored under disadvantages ,1
and and I and most'of the time they have I _
insolently go
r : Dotted J''"Swiss.: .:$1.00 values,' reduced to; __________ ___________79c on with their wickedness.pay The man BOTH WORDS PRACTICALLY been handicapped by lack of room ,: 3.

Gingham, 30cT values 32-inch, reduced to__.-.____ _____-_____23c who pays 'a fine and walks out is and qulpl1\ pt. They go to an older ,
In frame of mind to"eu.s" I I POSSESS THE SAMS ,MEANING school one which has all the room .1JJ'
I Gingham, 38c values, 32-inch reduced to______-_____________32c nearly always the court,a "damn" the law, and equipment needed, and We expectto :

'' 'Gingham 25c values, '27-inch, reduced to________.___________19c I and' "dare" the public: but the man I I In- entering court on a Tuesday motion"before the defense the hear of even better work in their the intruder demands
county '
new; field than they done in their old, :,
F for to sixty
Gingham, 18e. values, 27-inch reduced to________.___________ISc dayB who cools in 'a his prison head cell, or thirty sweats some objected to the word "impersonation" and their work here has been most attention when you are

1'' ; Percales light, 25c. values. 36-inch reduced.to____._,-_________19c honest -sweat--on -public, .road,. has himself' ]as 1 las applied nn officer to one declaring representing: the satisfactory.' I -_.buildings! ,,just .as..be
in which to Not only will the school patrons A"I
t ,' Sheeting 6Oc:. 9-4 _________--*------------_ ___________49c I think just thirty on the or majesty sixty days of the law. He word" should .have been "personation. miss these good people, but the Presbyterian when destroying property

; BLEACHING AND DOMESTICS AT REDUCED PRICES ,. seldom goes back to his old habitsof The prosecution agreed with church will miss the good I interrupting business.
him-and the matter of quashingthe
work of Professor Shaver and the 41
". :Crape de'Chine, all new stock $1.85 value. toi._-_+_______$1.69 more lawbreaking.in'Jail,,honorable Put the judges guilty of ones the .indictment was taken under .advisement Methodist church will miss even. best defense is Hartford ;

",' *e,Silk- Poplin' .36-inch. :., f__._:._. -_._?_________._____._?_____-___89cGILBERT'S criminal court of Florida, and state.you the use by the of the.two judge.In words. there more To the the Kissimmee'good work people of 'Mrs.we Shaver would Insurance and the scrvke k
will lessen 'crime in.this
y Tampa Tribune.' appears to be a "distinction! withouta say: Receive these people with open Hartford' Fire Preven

dlfferenoe.ltboagh in nine case arms, for you are getting a* real I Engineers:
HIGH" IN MEDICAL .CIRCLES in ten .the word '"impersonation' ia Christian man and a real Christian '
used in all legal mt tten.I' 'The. dictionary complete-protection t
x MAKES CALL IN KiSSIMMEEDa i woman. They will add materially. to \4l..
: gives: your -liy and county" : you need it. Ask : }
xa ; head of th / department ."Personate: to assume the character .. _.. .
J. E. philosophical of; to act the part of." agency' for It,
psychology
.Of "Impersonate: to act the character -
: William and Mary college, ;;wi!- 50N
PARMER
Y.As
Ramsburg,'Virginia, has been spending ,of in; to.the personate.case of "ravel" and "un r[ THE CLASSIFIED;' COLUMN 1
'" as AGliJY1'
Kissimmee
: ,.,,;,;... ..... _-v l 'ue.t.9f a few his days in Dr. H. S. Gel ravel"' there seems to be no differ ir-
-:
45'Mnin Street bratherb ence-betwe.n-U.-1II'0rda-tL being ap- FOX SALE
I Telephone 39 ier, ana Is1I11 notTWsfirst Of>Sect .Nl'8ser BaSAif
preJttiy.as to "personate as
easy FOR 8AlB--Good pair of Held ala.- '
1 I visit to this city-and he.hasconslder.bie to '*imperonatey' '.. . t\ ...sIn.; / make; just. the thing tor Deer Ornlhasa sr imltre Oe 4
acquaintance<< from for ?l ,1 I cattlemen or tourlt CalL J. A. .
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II Ulllfflinlini>>J 1111111nlllullllllll iI lI II II IIUUI Illllllllllllllllllllllllllnplllllllllllullllllllllllllu l U I Whereas; : It PASSES"bas pleased RESOLUTION God to GOOD overhauled BICTCLE new;: flr 110..tcla FOR Apply..SALE condition:at Practically t Mont-; Just- '

take from us our beloved sister, Mr*. comerr** Cigar Store, Casino build
. Ida M, Pfann; and. lag' Z7-lte VING !
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\ v_"' ''''of, Whereas: In the death of Sister FOR 8ALE-Good. practically: new r
'' M. Pfann, the Woman' Missionary Society bicycle; flOtclaai condition; just .. .
v RIVERS .1, L. 'J"I of Kissimmee Jose one of its overhauled; S10. Apply at Mont.
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pm : ; .., ';tjygg' .y oldest and most loyal members. she Fn gomery's.. (Cigar Store Casino bulld-X7-lto HATE A HYDRA-Uue\:\
.f. r I having been a member since 1900; *'
SPRAYER WILL
rev r therefore be it FOR SALE1 Small mule, work. .nyiwhere ,;'
: ; : ,; ; spring: wagon;alnlrle harneaiisSTood -ANY TREEAND'; = '> '!
That while mourn
:; ) s : 'the Resolved]loss of: her companionship we and I of milk Jersey; ,Jer.ey-Duroo oow. dvlngr cow good and pita flow; DO THE WORK THOR il't f ( ,

a ; PE ofl ON service as a co-worker in our society i Rood fence-stretcber. EL! T. ttarple. ," ; 1

$uiw (< ; y she werejoice has gone with to her that loved city not ones made that I 115 Mabbctte Street Kissimmee.g7ttx guarantee, and ten to give give perfect quick '. ', .

with hand to reap the reward of FOR BALE Second-hand piano;
et I her service cheap Apply R. H. Drink"' City Will' use any- spray de
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f', fl '.. J Voltaire. said "Perfection is attained these Resolved resolutions: Further be spread that a upon copy the of FOR SALE-RIpe and green. tomatoes r' wishes. My -prices are t1 /

I The Bank With. by slow degrees.". Don't try minute in memory -of her' service any: quantity.delivered for at canning fifty :cent and pickling the I modest.will see Drop you me and a make card
among us; a copy cent to our local peck. Call Mr*. Milton Pledger 4 "
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''" and also a ring. Ion SIS city. S5-2tc
to reach riches rtulckly. The man : paper for publication; ;
the ;;;;; copy to the Christian Advocate. i M. WATSON t'
A FOR SALE-Twenty-five laying hank; >
t D A6ilit who tried to get rich quick" is racing MRS. J. U OVERSTRfiET.,. all but four are White Le."orn. Route No. 1, Klasimmee. .' 'jf "
= Mrs. Jj Z. EOBERSON.: uari In a lump. Apply at :lFOR .
N. BRATTON.ANNOUNCEMENT of Oasetto.
on the road that leads to the Poor = MRS. H.

'l: and BALE-One, Bets Electric Wall ...... ,
Account cS -
House. Start with an at our Plate. Practically new., At. reasonable '
o price. Apply Valley Oa- or can get one; If you are
Willingness J. A. Ray and Mrs. 3': E. Ribblett, ette. J-tf. 50 and bond with
Bank. Add to it each e..nuve.
regularly
::c: of Lewiston, Illinois, have 4
formerly t Uba"r.1:
FOR BALE!--One Nash touring car
big 'selling
'. :: ,to Serve. week or. each month. As you pile up 'practice.permanently- W loc4itsd'In Kissimmee* in all ta and one oar. Toth of...ven.pa..ng.rtourlnlf theee at. bargain ...*.; 20,000.000 Write! helpa for user: Information of our f..'f ".J '. ,

We price W. B. Maklnaon, City. .. you can get territory. J. R. e
appendicitis -
chronic diseases cure
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I : tho dollars here you are also piling s-u Company Department 111, '
ftp without medicine or surgery. ., Mlnn, .ota. 27-Six
( DEPOSITS ,INSURED .habits of thrift and economy. Since I graduated from the American FOR SALE!-Two. boya suits 4-year
i .. up College' Mechano-Therapy (teaching old eta.velvet. one dark. blue, one PAD RFJSTOn '. t
dark Ruaiilan style white
'B. )- == Swedish massage) I have takena collar green and cuff':.. detachable. Nearly Or JHONBY BACK. .tlm .- ,
r == six months post-graduate course new. Apply lot() Main atreft, 41-tf .restores blood circulation vitality, ihparta overcomes en- ?' s

: and clinical training under Dr. Sam FOR SALE-One Bmerion Typewriter, Manx te.tlmon1.'" from
,; e e If. you are an out-of-town == Foman, of Chicago; also full courseof model three;, visible Gaask..* good as new, ;::. "' .who Rheumatism'suffered' ,High rar.t.I:
Professor Apply Valley < tf.
from
clinical training .
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i roaderyou can bank == Diseased Nerves, 8tom..cn"1::
H. N. D. Parlter'Of' Washington l>. Heart. Lung., Kid- 'h
'e 'with us by mail: ftftay; weB y : D. C. WANTED. Liver.. .I'roatr.tec Gland Slemale'back". .

e a == Office. at my residence, 215 Broad WANTBO-Position to help caterersor ... If Abaowte it-fails to money.give'entire, "" \,,'' fy
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t ..... ... tell :you,how? == way. Weekday!' office hours: 9 .. m. hostesses, or to cater at parties .. ). T.BK DAY TRIAL AT ; c'
.j .:_J '0, .l." == to 12'm., and 1.to '4 only, p. m. 27-2te Other and nath.rlnico. Mr.. of F". all A. Pierce klnda Oak-Experienced. . Information.RISK.'No m.tter'what Radium" Appliance-ailment.' \* a
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$ hour by appointment ,Icy drove Farm. Klselminee.. 17-Jtc Company Tampa! "lor da.
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> kM > NEW SCHOOL PRINCIPAL WANTEir> To hens from owner'
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1 HIGH : PRAISE good ranch for sale, state aaihprice >- HAND OOODS. bought, sold
RECEIVES .
; full particular.. D, V, Bash 'repaired.'' The:CaaIIJo.. --..:f4.-t FROM HIS;:.HOME:PAPER ..JIlnA, .poUa,.: Minnesota "
&j ol W<,,| I : f ., { t .OUR DTINO' PROCESS :
OJ 9.g\gty :.. "....MP e r'". II .jll.U-I1-lt-1 -{ old"faded, war + ,
new'
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e roi f.Professor lJ.;> *,,11iIbr..er. ,was inKissimmee ,/alI'.' \\T-
: ','accepted Vf ANTED-MUk. t"Drop&JI" : cottage Th.!: :1tfapoetb Orange
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; teheae cuetomera.- 'card to tolY.ceBo. 1-H, prlabd0.- 't'
; of.the Osceola .. >
: \ .!position a* prlnclwu -, Mm ,+F. A. Pierce Oakley Oro. : t tfe "
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; high schooL. ,Thi ,will,disappoint-,, j'Faxny;\ : "- :
-, tt.. J. **: tt'p ) ** rd" -'-, ft?X.iMto,3: ,.J' :'--;+ !-: i:;;, & *_ trig new*.to'.thrcatrons,of theWauchulifc" 1" : a.,. FOK'RENT.- ), Jv- 'J .. r
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