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: July 8, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID01019
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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URGING. CATTLEMEN CATTLEMEN. 5 MUST PAY WITH ARMY HONORS SANITARY JUDGE COMER LOSER I
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|. TO WIPE OUT TICK, S to board S.make'L.I of' Lupfer commissioners inquiries-appeared' on before Monday' the; LIEUTENANT'S' BODY AND MILK SERVICE:: For of the.the purpose county--of, court! having in a the better records I I BY NOT COLLECTING.S_


I J f lAND'f AID BUSINESS for cared-to furnishing' that dip .to regarding stockmen plan'who ,SOLEMNLYINTERRED( cured legal shape the ,services Judge ot T..a L.stenograph Comer! ee

I past the use county has materiaL authorized In Mr the, i j PPABILITY SOON for the recently-ended term ef that ,EXECUTIONS ISSUED
I body and
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Lupfer to furnish that presented a bill for Ttt
Federal'Ban... *f Anhaal ledastrv'A 'all.1 was required Renaia Of MacVLeved Te Officer : tee. dollars' to the meeting of thcommissioners '
at any time 551t was called for >uc CscU .peidss.. .e Ttae .la e... Declared i.
k :? Write Secretary ef Florida Can!.., 'then present'' the bill to' the com Readied Klsatmaiee FridayAfteraeeH 'sideriar New Ordiaaace on Monday for the That ThesIs* .1. Detan .
f' Ceveriaf wage of the worker. lIe explained Art Lost' t c..w '
mia.loner."for Where
'i Mr. EEaaC
Association ,
Raisen' payment. Lupfer
Froaa New Y.rk Diiie-OIJ to the .
was anxious- to have the board take -- 0.. b Geed body why he did this. Pa tisoN.tPresud: ,))0
-- Johaston, when asked a. to the . >
M justlieu
-, .The secretary of the Florida Cat action; it was immaterial to his concern With but brief ;notice of the expected D*. II. S. Geiger"" addressed the of the account, said the bill S-- .
PV tie-Raisers' Association, Sam Sum. -only he did desire to learn to arrival of the, remains of council on Tuesday could aot be paid because it Thepresentation: 'to the'co.nty
evening the was
S merlin, whose office :is located i In whom It would be charged. *In orderto Lieutenant, William T. Makin. ont subject of milk-and In his talk upon made illegal-there being no provision :in ,commissioners.? on.Monday, -the- final -
S Kisslmmee, from which office communication secure payment. there assembled the settlement of the tax; collector which
were more than one plain) the danger of law for such a ..service. : -
I' Is held with the moreS Hon.board'with C. S. Acree addressed thethe hundred automobiles .when the late tion in the supply of any the fluid contamina which Judge_Cemer! said the bill was con Is called for by law on the first' meet ". S
-suggestion that If in Jlllv
: IniP hrnnirht
than hundred ..jAnaMAvVk1discussion. .
out
seven members, is in ifternoon train arrived
on Friday is tractwd S
so for the
unlveraally'con.omed.. of
I H. purpose expediting
receipt of the following reply' to a there was a sufficient amount in the Notification had been spread as far supplemented' in his remarks by was Dr. the work and furnishing a..correc : C Lc; Bauely-the--C: ;
tick
forwarded by Mm to Senator should, eradication fund the county possible bythe commander of the R. CJ Turner who is connected with acceaat of the proceedings for future S tor, was. not' present,, but .hl8o ,staU-
Eter'ean U. Fletcher at Washington pay for the material. lie then Dr. J. cnent was defended by the
S post. W. Simpson, among the the federal bureau looking after reference If needed- adding that If assessor
took occasion the .
to "
r I Fletcher forwarded Mr. and talk about poor.farm Legionnaires, and there was an exoellent tuberculin' cases, whose office is in the county could not f nd would not S,'W. I.;Barber. \ t -p
then
Summerlin'S letter to the chief of-the spoke of the conditions response from that member Orlando. pay the sum he would have to,take The final ,.ta ment of the I collec
S ::. federal bureau: that official made ref which were bringing disaredii Several ordinances it out of Ills own pocket.. tor took AlP the matterof unpaid: S
i;"> ply both to Mr. Summerlin and to .the upon the fairgrounds. lie said he. ship.When the case containing the remains irodoctlon, handling and covering disposal the of It appears that he will have to resort taxes, .of which it was said that executions J
would into
L :l-" Florida senator The! two letters are go more detail ,t the latter : was taken from the car there milk were shown the 'councilII of to that lI\ethoda the commissionera. had been Issued against-the -
Sri :; here appended-the .flrst being' the the meeting. The divergence from, wasspread -over It an American- Flag which) were admitted be-excellent -took -action--towards- issuing greater portion -and :it, was' asked
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at Issue *
f'. -rgply to Mr. Summerlin: subject was listened to and these colors remained till the that' "commissioners accept that '
:" attentively.The but dome of which: would result in a warrant in payment for the
"" *'Deat' Sir: Reference is made to closing momenta of. the services. statement ''with the agreement upon
cerem ny. forcing the dealers out of business _, ..
S letter of June S3 1921 matter 'of 'compulsory dipping from 'train the part of the collector that fast S
-.. your request Directly the moved the if all stipulations as .
' .. .: ing information'pertaining to theseS having been abolished, according to funeral cortege to Rosehill cemetery 'orced-and would were rigidly en- 'Mn B.-.3. Faulkner, who has been a. the .coJle lona were made 'they S
i signment of an inspector to facilitateS the statements! made to the board it and the procession was extremely" {of the products prevent of the the disposal guest of her daughterMrs.. Virgil would be turned over by him to the

; i the interstate shipment of cattle was decided that stockmen desiringmaterl.1 long one-for the deceased was of one or two cows. owners w. Edward., 515 Mabbette street, proper, officer. Mr. Barber said that J

.". fci from- that porUon of the state of' must pay- for same-, and- therecord jl'1'Iatlyadmlred bjf.jthe. citizens...and Ever for several months, left on .Wednes_, such procedure had been the intiversat'custornofthebear ...- S
made.CROSSSTATE. -
was 'so memberofthecouncil -- --
;:. Florida under quarantine on account the sympathy long ago extended to admitted day'forhome' .NUhvl11e.. ; ,
5.4 ,, r of cattle ticks.. Concerning; this matter the family was renewed with the the declaration of the speakers This error and insolvency Hit was .5
1 you are.advised that the depart same fervor and intensity which had regarding the needed purity of considered by the board-after which S
- .1I ent is authored by congress and ROAD marked ..the'news of the death of the of milk was essential to the well-being FRATERNAL UNIONS the attorney Tor the board. was asked
;.i a certain appropriation provided lieutenant on the battlefields over- the. consumer. There was no dispute l- for' an opinion.* Miv ol1nstntaI..
S permitting the secretary of agricbl upon that point. The desiresof this was the first time: ach a docu. S

ture to co-operate with the various MAY RECEIVE HELP I seas.At the cemetery services were conducted however the; -state board of health were, PERFECT PLANS ment had ever been called, to his attention -
deemed FOR
S infested states in the eradication of: by Rev. A. M. Chisholm of the modest more exacting than -but ad vised, the board not
.It the cattle ticks. In. such states O ando, who was formerly pastor dairy could maintain ando accept it.If it was i aeeepted\ upon
bupness.A .
,f where proper provision is made by a TO MEAGRE EXTENT or the Christian church in this city. 'the agreement to turn td the' )untT
;: county to co-operate in this work in The bugle and the drum, in hands copy' of the Klssimmee ordi- SUNDAYjiATHERING all] sums -whichwere eolleeftld the 5
S ;, if compJiance with state laws and reg- of the Legionnaires, were strongly in :: nance pertaining to. the. subject was stipulations would be reached, if the
....tons in the dipping of cattle to ,Delegates. To Tallahassee Brinj Back vidence-but because of some unto- finally! found. It was adopted and Iverytaiag Now collector so desired, as soon as he.
Indicates A
.S eradicate ticks, the department co- ward break in the arrangements' passed in June 1918, and Covered in Large should have turned back even .the
I i qperates by placing in each such Slightly Cheering Promise 0 f here was ah..absence of the usual every 'detail the stipulations) asked Audience Per Tie Meetiaf to BeHeld smallest amount named in the list. '

: county or locality an employe whose Probable State Assistance: army firing squad a matter which by> the; phy.lclanWlth_ __ ._ the_ excep-__ oa Sunday. EveningThe The attorney'added that It was the
Hft".. .. *.-L-.s.. .iA. u.
Lu S duty of the sheriff'
J. duty It is to generally supervise' the was deplored by all the members of '- uv --r.at. n.-noua. 01 to enforce these
,. work. The demand for the services It has been definitely settled that the. Pout. a certain size was demanded wherein numerou-t'ternal';: organizations ollections for which executions had
., ,1 of department employes in the states the state road department after The floral tributes were profuse in the pails and battles were to be of Kisslmmee are thoroughly been made. For years, he said ,
which are actively co-operating in commencing the road which it prom- number and magnificent in beauty of heated to'a special degree for the : in accord with the purposes of the these executions had been turned
'j. tick eradication work, which is tile sedas being the first highway In rrangement-evidencing in a slight purpose of making them free from meeting to be held in the school auditorium over to the. sheriff. but they bad '.. -
I ', only duty of the bureau to assisl the'.state to petition for assistance 1 degree the estimation in which the all bacteria. on Sunday evening, which been pigeonholed with no attempt
as fully as possible, Is such thai and 'after spending considerable of young officer was held by those whoso The entire question was finally l is scheduled to commence promptly. act legally until the desk was crowd S
;: there are at this time no availableI' money belonging to the taxpayersof well knew him; and the entire left up to the committee on sanitaiofi -.t 7:45. Every member of all organizations eel with such documents. Each retlr- -

-emplo)e -assignment to areas Osceola untytJias alde.rsieppedupon family feels gratitude to__the .hun-. and thento- _the committee ...onordinaqces. is urged to meet at Fraernity lag sheriff, he said would leave ,the "' .S S
not co-operating in this work. the completion of this most- dreds who assembled to pay. the If, in the opinion of Hall Sunday'evening prompt- ccunnilatedmass for his -*uoce sorv ''
"In this connection. It is under needed cross-state highway in Flor- &Inal tribute to one of its members. either of these bodies there shall be Iy at seven o'clock in order that and it was time that the sums. were'
i stood that the present governor of Ida. The plea is, made that there is The pall-bearers, nearly all of need of alterations or amendmentsthe .complete-arrangements-mayrbe-made: ectsL..ordetermined.wbyth.y-
.5-, .Florida in addressing the' recent lerRlature a'financial hiatus in the treasury of whom were officers of the local Post, matter will be presented at the regarding the march to the school i could! not be. The. list turned evec
of that state urged uponahem the 'department-and the suggestions included Dr. J. W.* Simpson, com next meeting of the council for action. and into the auditorium in one solid In the present error and Insolvency.!
I. the necessity of l legislation to made', that it will be.,,better for mander; Joe Butler, Marion Farmer In any event it seems to be body; and'to effect such a march inan list aggregated $5,640.25, and it waa -
enable the state to properly co-op- sceola' county and Brevard county Leon Fennell 1, Howard M. Katz, the opinion of the board that it impressive manner it will be neessary stated the accompanying documentwas
-- crate with the United States depart- to proceed at once to make the road James Miller, and W. J. Steed. would be well to enforce the present that there shall be a complete not worded ae It should be. If.
r, ."lament of agriculture in the eradication -' what it should be. Towards the litter rdinanee-.which gives broad powersto understanding regarding the part would advise the sheriff be instructed -
S of cattle ticks. Unfortunatelythereappearstorhaverbeenc'OTuMef, part of the work there is a ten- KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS the city physician and the chief each one Is to play on the program1. to at once proceed to collect all' ,

,- tatlnpromI le-'of-td=but -promiM's' HAVE NEW OFFICIALS! & 01. politfL; The latest advice regarding the en.tettsinm xecutions. The board followedJiU.., _
S able opposition to this co-operative have been given efore. --- nt, aside-trom the- musical nstructionsand: the- -..herifl'will "

' arrangement among those whose in- At the meeting of the county commissioners The local lodge of' Knights of : DON'T ABUSE COLLECTOR portion of the program is that invocation roceed> to act in accordance WIL S
-: (Continued on Pac Klffht) on Monday a bnef report Pythias isa growing order tnd new FOR CUTTINGOFF SERVICEDue will be offere1 by Rev. J. the5 order. _, '- ). .

: "' -'- was made by the two delegatessent members.oar. being advanced in some _ A. Sutton, the balance: of the exer 4, ..
to Tallahassee to meet with the of the ranks at each meeting. Tha notice has been sent to every 1'1118'wUl be in charge-of Rev, W." H. ,
f COURTHOUSE SQUARE tate road department. E. L. D. newly-elected officers of the lodge patron of both water and electricityand Coleman,_.while the_address will be TEAC ERS' SALARIES ;'
] Overstreet told the tale in the abstract are as follow :- it :I. essential that all bills be delivered by Rev. R., F., HodnetC:
" and Pat Johnston filled in W. S. Graham Chancellor Com paid on or before the twelfth day ofthe The singing will be Incharge of vocalists '
f hirrks. After announcing the mander E L. Green Vice Chancellor present month. If this is Item the (
NOW AUTHORIZED various ; not !! several churches.uu ? AREDETERMI1EU1( BY?
TOfiM ._ __ _
waits! and postponements. !. to ; A. H. Driggers Master of Work; one the collector will, order each *nv L inBiruineiivBl rouBic 'Wui
: the interview with the officials,of Records aad Seal and Master of FInance cost one 'dollar .to be reinstated No report has been made. by the music THE
'I I 't.SBE'BIRDjjSANCTUARYVfo the, board. There was nothing l indiatlve Carson Farrrtft1' ? Master'at 'atrons have been given plenty of committee. cOuNtYjoA.

of fervor regarding the com- Arms, J. C. Griffin) Inside guard, .3. notice of this matter-and those who These organizations will participate >. **
f; More Parkwit of AatonobUe Be pletion! 'of the highway' -at least,the L Tucker;, outside guard, A.T. Snod- neglect t. settle will have to pay the In the gathering: S List .f Teachers b oi."et: Cosaplet? .' ,
fervor was wholly the of grass. ,
upon part j nee.. .. Klssimmee Chapter, No. 62.
eth The Beaotifnl. Shadefd Trees the e OrderS -S*' Far As KMWBRetr .
; delegates. There was a pretended ., Eastern Star; Friendship'Lodge, ; ,. _
I "F Abort The CMrthou. .. Ignorance shown"" on the part of the BANK OF OSCEOLA COUNTY INTERESTING FILM FOR 10, Knights of Pythias; Klssimmee 4 Herewith Presented; '.;' ,\ ..;

7" _- board .regarding' the possibility of INSTALLED NEW CAGES FARMERS AND TRUCKERS Temple No.. 21 Pythlan 81sters.Os ..\.
'{ .., There appeared before the county securing convict Iabor-ao much so THAT PROVE CONVENIENT ceola damp,- N'o.65\ Woodman Circle At,the recent meeting of the 'cona-
commissioners on. Monday at the that a wire was sent to Raifordby Managec! Fades,5 of the Casino in r Kisslmmee Camp, No. 16207 M. ty school' board there was av busy
S 55 regular session of the board a 'com the ;Kissimmee delegation and actual' Although, the several "cages" in- conjunction with the Chamber of r W. A.; Orange Blossom, Np. 80, F. session because of the fact that "Jt S
I mittee: representing the civic department nfotmatlonwas received. This reply tailed cost considerably more than Commerce and the Bell Telephone : A. M.; Osceola Lodge, No. 74, I. O. was necessary that the matter'.of,
1. of the Woman's Club-the pur. said that the. demands for convict a thousand dollars the bank officials Company will present some special I O. F.; 'Kissimmee Lodge No. 42, Re. salaries- should be-'declded-.nd thde'I I
"' pose of the errand being to ask a labor had been so excessive that eel that the labor saved and the ac pictures> at the Casino next Monday. bekah; Osceola Camp, 1'\10.\ 79, W. O. was much'study' requIred. before the '
/<', 4 f ra>ontributlon to _help make the there was a* p..ent.no more men curacy obtained will more than justify depicting the resources of the south 'W.; and Klssimmee. Chapter, No. 10; complete returns could i>*' determia *
(. grounds more attractive in venous to be had; and some chagrin was such expenditure. These cages, and showing modern machinery inaction R.A.M. .5. ed. It". decided that* all county
S !' ways. The delegation- consisted of noticed upon the part of the board three in number, are- each in charge: ; how these ar, better-tban It has been decided that all churches schools should commence on Thursday ' (
\ Mrs. J. M. Duncan, spokesman Mrs. when the information they already ot one 'Apeclaf employee-and each the old methods; ,how the farmer is will abandon their customary evening , September 1 and., that th*
'. MX E. Perry and Miss Katherine possessed was given them. ia held responsible! fill: .the accuracy helped by the activity of the manuacturers. service on Sunday, in order: schools of Saint blond and-KLsilm"mee S
,f' Derbyshire. It was explained that So much money had been tentaIvely. of the work turned back from his These pictures will show that all the membership may-"ttend. commence' Monday,
{ Jt was desired to create a bird sancaary spent contracting for numerous esk. In this way the daly records everything that has to do with the the unioa services and arrangementshave October S. The two schools last- ,. S
"j' '<' where not only birds butS bridges in other portions of are accurately maintained with less work on a farm: the preparation of been made ion a large number named will have a .firm of; nine ,
squirrels as well might: ever find a the state.that the treasury was vlr- work and worry than in the manner the soil, the planting of the seed of extra chairs 'accommodate: the' months. ? '/' $ f .

'r protected home free from all assaults ually. depleted, the board assured which has been in use and any error and the ultimate processes through crowd.expected to: assemble.Several There are- three teachers 'in':th*
{. of those who wrfuld annoy or the vi.ltornd the suggestion wasnade may the more easily be traced.In which the crops /go until the final hundred invitations have been sent to high) school 'department to yet _be '
I kill them. and it was declared that that the counties directly in- the b.nk-in most : tarvesting. Bell Telephone Company I those' not known to be members of upplled! although Superintendent' C.
J' no spot in the city could be found rested in the Melbourne-Saint I the more readily make himself any poltto III behind the scheme which is by no any'ofthe several organizationsand E. Yowell, who will leave here for .
use-
: more appropriate for such an institution /loud-Kissimmee highway should ful-may be found the cashier. L. H. I' neans in advertising one but merely there will be probably many In attendance Tallahassee on' Tuesday feels eo un +
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'f than the tart in and do the work i> that be of1 benefit from Saint Cloud and
courthouse grounds. as best I 3edge. Sometimes he is in the hows mrt n.ay various dent that there *111 be little difflcnl- -
(- T-sv The speaker then went on to say they could. There was 'a little machinery -' devoted to the savings department cage to the watcher. The picture is being neighborhoods in the county. ty In filling the posts now vacant. ,.-
'S '. 'Vbat' once, the grounds were placed that might be loaned the' sometimes in his own office. At the; shown in every theater throughoutthe All will be made welcome. He goes to.Tallahassee at the call S
r f i In the care of the Woman's Club they counties. if needed. teller's wicket may be' found BarnesG. county, and Mr. Eades proxes his The' various committees having this of the state officials who is content. .

rwould.L be put in attractive shape- The state road department did Smith the teller, and in the adjoining Interest in the Kiesimmee! community union meeting in hand are as below plating a special c ur.. of study.f S
S E. the order was issued that the make one promise as regards this is B. B. Lumbard, as- by his co-operation in oflfeiing this Date, place, and speaker: E. L. rural schools. S
?:t' '. property should not be used as a much-needed cross-state road asserts listant cashier.cage B. W. Sharborough abject Monday with \his usual run Greea, C. F. Thrasher, J. W. Good The teachers thus far secured fey ... 4

c 1 .parking! place for cars and a grazing- the two delegates. If the two counties holds the position of book-keeper; Cf pictures and with no advance In man.Music the county 'high, together with the
1)) S around for cows. It III proponed to shall lack the funds after all Mills prices. : W. H. Jones, Mrs. S. H.
Marian Gove is his assistant _ _ _ _ _ salaries that will be paid, sri as
have the place put in proper condition but three or four miles have been 'aid to be the most rapid and correct ftullock, Miss Louise Thomason, Miss.S named. below" : S
S ; : to render it an attraction for BANK OF SAINT CLOUD Medora Russell, Miss Elsie McCos- -
completed, to finish the work then,
in tabulation work inthis
operator ever D. B. Shaver ___ -
: principal _____$276
:: the home
people as well for the
as and thenonly, will the state furnish} PROVES MOST
r city; and' these, with the addition POTENT key.Publicity Miss Alrhena Leitner, assistantnd
,; winter visitors for J. L. Overstreet
few courthouses funds : J. W.
to: finish it. One of the board of Mrs. M. S. Lawson, stenographer
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; S DIVIDEND PRODUCERAs English ---------------S: 158
in ,the state have so pleasing natural Goodman W. S. Graham, W. L.
aid there would be funds for
no and remittance clerk, forms Miss 'I
Lillie
Shuman Mathematics 125
r' advantages as do the grounds of Ostreola. such but another said Thoradyke, Marion A. Farmer.
a the roster of the institution.
\ purpose be noted in another column Miss Grac Winn French and
) here may Decoration: Mrs. C. Buckles, Mrs. 5S
iL f The board felt sorely the conditions found would to' get have the to needed be some amount.way An excellent financial statement of the Bank of Saint Cloud has H. M. Breaker, Mrs. M. D. Alexander History _______________h___ 12* s-
:,; which had been pointed out. There the affairs of the Bank of' Osceola made another showing for a semIannual : Mrs. J. M. Cooper, 'Mrs. Elizabeth (To be supplied) Latin and
,.,S1 Commissioner Wetherbee blushed sceola are now to be completed: in County appears in another column, report-and a close study olthe Waring. History ____________________ 125 +
10.fi miles. This
.'; when he admitted that the grounds county sad will bear close investigation. itemized statement will indicate It is hoped there will be a generous (To L., supplied) Science and .

t. ,I hm) not been kept up aa! they should If remise' there means shall remain,: so it is in inferred an unflnish-! that he ability of this strong financialintitutkrn response to the urgements spreadfor coach '______________________ .IS*
have been-and when it was ed WHAT ABOUT A MANAGER ; to handle 'matters in away this event-and that it will !b* as (To be supplied) Domestic
S when the
t...... the board appropriate suggested two exhausted state two mUes funds'Or less have In been each FOR THE LOCAL BALLTEAM? that is safe and sound. Bvitntly eatertaiaing as has been planned is Science ____________________ 128
-: twe hundred dollars to the petitioning ounty the state department will d the people of Saint Cloud are' amost! aa assured fact. The list of teachers in the Kls

\\'I committee his 'yea" was the either finish the work orpay the expense If there is a manager he is certainly ppreciating that fact. for the offitiaI !- simmee graded schoolstogether. ,
t I oudeit of all the members. of finishipg! it-which amounts not on the job. If there is a ) statement of that bank, appeAr. IMPORTANT MEETING with the department taught 'and the.

S. ... ;;: The women felt sure the board to the same thing. :,.manager .he-should .see to.. iLth.nLall ..how9-tft81t-11 ng in this issue of The Gazette., .. .. FOR, EVERY GROWER salary received by each, is herewith '
1OOOondepoa44which
their
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: ,.yvould grant request-and now --
With this the committee possible publicity is gained throughthe
: !they will take immediate bfeeps to promise is/at this season of the year, Mrs. F. C. 8th
was forced to be satisfied) and the tfolumns of the local paperyetThe The regular July meeting of the Bryan. A--------$95
't' make the place what it should be. authorities of Osceola county willow Gazette finds it impossible to I ellpeciallyfOod. Osceola Growers' Co-operative.: Association Miss Cleo Wooldridge. 8th B____ t5
,PI I Itwill be cleaned in a complete manS preceed to get busy as !soon as secure any data, data of the real three The Bank of Saint Cloud is but will be held Tuesday evening.July' ( be supplied) 7th vA____u__ 95
j .jfcW, 'and, with the absence of cars years old-yet it has returned ffo( be 7th B__ __. tit
possible and determine the line ofctioa. live sort that an be depended upon 4n dividends 12. at 7:30: at the Chamber of supplied) --
'rl'1I and cows and the' frequent trampling Some of the commissioners from the Kissimmee team. If Kis- during the. past eigh- Commerce. Virginia Tiller, 6th .A.-_..: .3 '
//,1'' of i.many feet\ there is every belief feel sure that the road can be com .simmee had a manager up-to-the- I,.teen months three declarations each It is expected -that the promIsed Mid Ellis II. MIllIn ..6th B.._. .5Mrs. 5
;;. th.t.,grass \ch has been kept down leted with the proposed amount of minute reports of all games would of \ten, percent-or a total of thirty new aeating'arrangements will. be .: F.' C.' Edwards 5th. A____. .5< -,r .5

'i I and crowded out will renew its ''unds-while others are..equally sure be published In many state papers : percent,few on banks the In capital stock.that There ample, so that no one will. have to Mrs.-.Frances \ Snodgrais, 5th B :t*I. -,
are the
jArrowth.. There will be state can '
As',
a.properBlinkingfountain It cannot be'; bat'there seems to be but. through ignorance or carelessness show .. stand as at previous meetings.- New Miss Cecelia Overstreet 4th t..o.
l : for the;birds and a belief, that .:If ,the county wUI dothe reports are never mId. as to ''elal.( of the frQOd'reeult.nc institution have the offl- members 'who ,have Joined since.; IT.
squirrels. There will be safety of work :its.owe' initiative and outcome of a game. It is understood reason last publication v. include' Ernest: Miss, M. C., Bryan, M .. ...-. t&l
npoa
0;.. ;, fered them that will'!! encourage- them cut oiit the middleman, placing through. rumor that the Apopka team to.feel pl'olld..C, 4he .howingw/'th,.y ataHittfT-BrcrMiner..and'. ?, '0. .Mu- MI. Lillian, Dale. 3d 'BZ__"':: '5;
: tt> < make their homes there-and it ler. Miaa Medora Russell 2d A.. ,
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beat the ,
team
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competent man at the head under the .local yesterday at apace Mr. -, ..
S" IbIll: be but a short time till all birds jperr'i'/n; of a competent engineer thai was t ,to 4-but. nothing and Mrs.. B. A. Snyder saaee l' wlss Elon'Gulee 2d B__-__...:.; ., "
S' r.Ja1)t., ) ,knoW'.M realize that the free- .authentic has been an early startS for D.Tton-&eaving'& ; F. Parker'and Lawrence Park. Misa,. Edna' Schwelkart, let '.5;
learned.. .
That Is
;J there be .'in.t Issimraee... ,
i;.>".... dom.> -wltho. those who about and a .read will as to mlsa nothing- alone the way tomobile.' will '
1 : danger .from more complete the They. visitpoint.. in Emma Yowell. lstC. primary -, .l
more frequently in the
..ulel.. 'murder, - .tbem.i ... b.th.r-euit.t; 5- V> appear state papers. S'S lag and the tobe, Fourth..QN., f.thelr supplies dur Obi and New York before theiJl"n-, . principal'l'i_ ;: ;: ,.' _-._.' .11.;,

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I'O, IU"RESIDENT ,PLANS ,r ti Beach.where' they,have ,.,x ate d.a.cot WIltS, FLYING*SQUAD ":- SHINGLE Qt-EEIC. FOLKSCELEBRATE. / ,_ Won informed -upon' ,'important civic cal lb..rian'so that book Had per*
'ltETOaNlffG'TO"msfMMEE" tqe for: the;si rnmer. "The family INJURED'-AS CAR"'JUMP!(. THE FOURTH events,,'tof city' and county. iodicals on civics shall arranged
will remain fth..1 w ls.Mr.'WU'\ I c < , Are'' you ,.Idin<<'to have' the study for easy reference In the U>rary. 1vm
-Leonard "Wlliame ,once city mar.clam liams win return to' ,Tampa;-wherehe Saturday evening: Lle n\enaot ..Tins. More than a half-hundred Sof the of. civics considered ta. the-:public Encourage tha..rlghea to accept
o>( .KJssimmee. was..In the citya .:is Jo 'charge W the.interests .of ley and Lieutenant.Packard-avlatori, resident of Shingle O Creek"concluded schools?. position* in' youi/TocaliUeav p-1.
en- Evergradea.Cypreaa. of from Arcadia, were hurrying towards .' that a fourth celebrated In theirown Jitical or otherwise.. *
few 'moment << ompan"l Encoarage the use,of the nelehbo'r.ine ?
+ rout with his family vvttonet Lougnman. when am. Daytona,to spend-the "Joyouf.'I home locality was worth' a half school boost or, other public ,.\/'
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term of lervlce for the company Fourth. They were usedj to the dozen at some distant point where buildings for community activities of 60 ha mere.lmitatioM this uy f

""I'' closet, which he expects will be thiscoming mile-a-minute gait, and forgot' thata ,the. pl..pre..would be but. enigmatical aU kinds ... \ ether. Fever T' Ic ..,tfct Market hat V .?,
', / autumn, ha will remove-back cu ,over Ford could hardly make and .
.. to'prove.._ .it, there wasa 'the : a.. waits tssStaHoai. |f.
Obtain co-operation .of the '10 ,
to .Kissimmee* the city' of bis", first and _
that the road.
Do speed ..rem.ln'on gala day at that point. It was' s -
youJcnoyrV and will her. make his-home .. ., .. .
love Just north of Loughman the speed- real old-fashioned I.celebration., Then I. ,;i.
4 l y He said his family feel that there is ers' struck that seriesof tiny hilli were footrace., and 'there !'were '' -- ./). "?
.1 like Kissimmee hollows ,1 1 t
"no'pl.c. and severe where the'foun jumping contests,' and there were1 alt :::1"'
ItVltoaVtedP.To eerfoevee dation of the:brick',,road have settled those things which .would. be .'pa..edup" / .' '
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M1 .' W. arc, preud, of tat in*.an uneven m.nner-and right the; on any other day buVth Fourth : ..jr
I .4 don,'dragrist;aid tae pablie hare and there the car leaped from uitdei when only the best of humor prevails $ Vo '<'Have -A L 1 ? : .

ftI seal in \ b W CUll,aid Fever Toaic the control of the pilot and turned and everyonedoes Just ...everyone : ,
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", a handspring into the woods and 'desires to do.' ,' There were ./;
the deliciousJIurley : LEGION GAVE SURGEON ditch. visitors from ''other I points there- i

CLEAN BILL OF, HEALTH J. L. Maroney was coming along and, best of all, there wa.'a luncheonof Ifyau have reason to believe: as
Y' flavor the highway a short distance behind a half-hundred different varieties. ..

UPON _HIS EXONERATIONSome i the mart, saw" the wrecked cat, help- And those participating in the sporta marry have that; a chajrijge from .
ed the men into his machine and of the day considered .that nothing "Jt"

.I It' toaeted.h Post. American time ago Legion the ,San'preferred Diego' stone.brought Dr.them Haynes to the Brinson Hotel assistedby 'l ray- good promised as what elsewhere was enjoyed was quite at that ac coffee or tea would be wise,try"

charges against Dr A. L. Derbyshire '
Dr. H. S. Geiger proceeded at place. '< "
of that California city asserting once to' allay pain of the sufferers,,

((LIJCIi1S that the surgeonhad mot who were ,found .to have been serIously 66* cores Malaria, CkilU ant CEREAL

given treatment proper aid to and beneficiaries medical attentionand of the a fractured injured. arm Lieutenant and his comrade Tinsleyhad Fever Bilious Fever, Coldi, aid -La- POSTUM: --1

service and that full and true reports suffered a broken thigh; both were Grippe, or mosey, refunded. .
STRIKE had not been forwarded to the 'in the back
sorely Injured althoughit ELECTRIC PLANT GAINS'
federal department as promptly: as .
i was stated that no spinal frac .
CIGARETTES they should have been. tures occurred; arid there were num- REVENUE FOR THE CITY "You'11 .find'what thousands of .
s > Since that time, which dates back minor ;
T to January & of the present year, erous ambulance injuries.An had been previously For the first time since the pro others have found-complete satisfaction
fiteering the : ...!
there has been a full and complete summoned from Orlando, and short prices during war
investigation of the charges.with the : ten o'clock became the rule rather than the ex- to taste and freedom .
ly aft/r the patients were
result that J. D. Long; executive officer ception the electric plant has produced. "s'
placedLJn the and carried to anOrlan'oj
of the public health service, car a decided gain in revenue-according
hospitalBODIES from harm to nerves or
z:: digestion -1
.. Washington' recently "Bent' an ex- ; to figures shown at the- meeting _
haustiveletter of exoneration to the of the council'on Tuesday evening. In '
PORt at San Diego. Upon the receiptof TO BE EXHUMED spite of the purchase of considerable When coffee or tea disturbs it's at 1
that document} the Post unani- FROM UNUSED CEMETERY material during the last" month necessitated .

-- mously declared that it was in ,error I by, the erection of .many to where
._ belong
I ,easy get up you
Infermentfl the Id eenHkrY411l
when the charges were made, and -+ -*imw-p len-and. thy ..trl"R' 1TJr"Of-lIew _
.. .- '. 9j I[North JKissimmee! : will soon be exhumed i wirtK with
vast
that Dr.Derbyshire"' -i" -renderingevery : -togfether! a amountof WIth Postum. En&'Hfc'There's
and transferred to Rosehlll:' it
possible assistance in matterspertaining ] sundries and the employment) --
cemetery, it is expected if the plans :
The additional there Income
to disabled men. help was an -
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J. M. WILLSON' apology was published in, the San now on foot are promptly carried in excess of the outgo of a Reason s

f Diego Union, and contained flattering 'out.T. J10J.99. This excess, taken in' connection : '
S. B. AVLTMANWANTED | words regarding the surgeon. N. Clark and Albert Ruling, with the severe'outlay- _' 0 t
I Odd l, Fellows, at the of }
u were meeting
a 4 -- J Dr'? A. Derbyshire is brother of j considerable of which material will
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Dr. E. Derbyshire; of Kissimmee. the city council on Tuesday evening/ | nil the requirements for some time Sold by grocerseverywhere ;
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with the request that some lesser
k I to t'oJ71e-is looked upon as an indication _.
Hot weather is hard on- price be made in .ROI ehi11 cemeteryfor that from this time hence- .-
babies. They suffer the combine a lot to which the body of ,a forth there will be a continued im- --'E-=
and stomach brother Odd Fellow, named Tanner, j ---- "
misery of heat pain provement in this line of income for "'
disorder. McGee's Baby Elixir helps who was burled in 1884, might be the plant-and there is hope that a Made by =. ev_._'ePostum ?.. !I

the little sufferer through the trying: ,placed. He was buried at the ex- depreciation fund shall be established Cereal Co inc ':':. \
I the stomach and pense of the local lodge and it was :: of
period by correcting I fbr that concern which will sup
Battle Creek.Mich. ci
bowel Price, 35c and 60c. Sold by : now desired to have re-interment ply all the unexpected calls in the :
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J. Z. Roberson. future. -.. ::;
t Councilman Thompson, chairmanof !
A listing of your Florida I NIGHT POLICE RESIGNS: the cemetery committee announced I Rnb-My-Tism ii a powerful aati- "

that it was agreed when Rosehill Cures infected oldsores ;
WADE LANIER SUCCEEDS septic. cuts,
v property- Many buyers in cemetery was platted that all bodiesin I
I I tetter etc. I
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of Charlie Williams the old cemetery should be exhumed -
prospect for The resignation -
11 Kissimmee
effective and placed i n the new I"NOT i
became
which onSaturday WORTH CONSIDERING"WAS
home. July 2, was accepted? by I grounds, and that a lot should be EAGLE"MTKADO"[ 'endlNo.174 r j
OFFER ON BULKHEAD
the council on Tuesday evening. It given each free of charge. In view I
of this fact the council decided' that ,
: will be remembered that the appointment At the council meeting on Tuesdayevening
Odd Fellows and its
I subsidiary bodybe
Wilson & Aultman of Williams, but a short time there was read an offer
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discussion given a deed to a lot ten by
since brought out a upon from
the Orange Belt Construction
the part of some members of the twenty feet in area for the purpose Company relative to resuming work Fee Sato at yew Dealer Mad la fN. *r..... ,{
named and to be the repository of
: REAL ESTATE I council and the mayor which proved such other members of the qrder upon the partially-completed bulk- ASC 1'OIt'l1l& YELLOW KNCIL WITH THE RED BAND ./
clever and satirical-but ended
most ,
head improvement. The 'interested
EAGLE MIKADO
whose funerals were conducted by the .f

.... ...000 Wade very happily.Lanier to The fill the appointment position made of local interment lodge. So that seldom the apace is there allotted suchan parties painstakingly had gone into very the past deeply, present and EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY. NEW YORK VFordson 1 1

00.0 'UOHOUO. 0>< vacant by the resignation was confirmed ,will probably serve the needs of the I and future conditions of the matter,
by the entire council. and two closely-written had ___ :
: : -- --'-' -. f lodge for many years. I pages y "
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t I' There is nothing the whole Hat One fact alone mitigated against the ..00.0..0000'0..00..00".00000.0.0..0............... :

of flesh-healing remedies that can j' acceptance of the proffer-even had I :7 p;
3 approach Liquid Borozori* in the; there not been'othersno that was !
rapidity "with which itheals cuts, that the contractors were figuring
wounds, sores, burns or scalds. It I.a is electric current at both five and
?i rd marvelous discovery. Price, 30?, tree cents-each of the figures being f

,l' i i 60c and $1.20. Sold by J. Z. Roberson. far below the cost of production.The .
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C council that again Agrees to
1 + furnish current from the municipal
1 i t s t.v BONNIE BELLE BEAUTY plant at less than cost would do wellto s' .
; hand in its resignation jmmediate-
SHOP OPENED TUESDAY t'j'g
ly the contract is signed. .
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Modern every way'and equipped '
666 quickly relieve C.
mpatioa,
with all the latest devices now required \'j'g
d + ,+ Biliousness Los 'of Appetite and "
( in such an establishment the :1
t t Bonnie Belle Beauty Shop served its Headaches, due to Torpid Liver. :

p $ first patrons' Tuesday-and bids I
Ai fair to gain a clientele of large pro- Rats from the trenches t>f war !
portions. Mrs. Gladys M. Alford, an ridden France are invading/ Paris..
expert jn all hair and facial service,
W. C. T. U. DEPARTMENTThe
is the promotor of this city asset-
and has been serving numbers of
clients at her home in order to prove .Woman's Christian Temperance ,
her efficiency. The shop is located 'is' the most thoroughly organIzed "
above the Wenner-Sawyer store, society in the world. Forty-two

'1 .The Wonderful Comfort : where the utmost privacy is assured, countries, including America, have '"
have thorough organizations. These
and the stipulation that only mem-
I i bers of ,her sex will be served will are banded together in a world W. I ;* *
p obviate embarrassing situations C. T. U., whose motto is educate "
Any agitate, legislate, against evil and
: Those who have received the services -
=====. :of one of these in any way of Mrs. Alford are intemperance every form. 'Forty-. $625 F. O. B. DETROIT i
extremely enthusiastic because of two separate and distinct
S the pleasing results. ments of work, each with a national,
/ state, district, county and local superintendent -
are pushing vigorouslytheir I Shorter hours on the farm'J }
: Vudor :Hammocks Waited Till the Cows Came special work. The .state executive -

of FJorida urges every member -', '

, ,. '"" '1.' Home of following the Union suggestions to follow!! carefullythe for the -The Fordson saves from thirty to i


this"I letter.am indeed I was glad a terrible to write sufferer you civics Know department your:, own: town, its laws, its fifty per cent of the farmer's time. :

from gases in the stomach and! colic needs its possibilities. How is it
attack The specialist, our family governed? Are all good laws enforced t
J ., r On allot dqctor sent me to, in Philadelphia, ? I Fewer horses on the farm !(
gave me no relief, although I took What is the source of your water ,
r his medicine till the cows came home. Supply? Is it certified?
r He finally said I would have to tie What is your sewerage system, -The Fordson does the work of t

-0- operated on. Luckily I heard OTMayr's fire protection, garbage .collection, .<\
h ? Wonderful Remedy then, and disposal of the tin can? from four to six horses. !
Are streets and alleys clean
'i although it is now three years sinceI your r.f.
Y When you get done figuring come to the took a course of it, I have never and sanitary? .
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Which is the better motto: "A
of old trouble
had
a symptom my Less farm
help *
I since." It is a simple harmless Clean-up Day Every Spring, or
preparation that removes tM catarrhal "Keep Clean Every DayrHave'you

Osceola Hardware Store mucus from the intestinal tract sanitary meat markets, -One with I
and allays the inflammation which ; bakeries and grocery stores ? man a Fordson can do

i causes practically all stomach, liver Do receptacles for waste help keep 1n
and intestinal ailments, including ap- your town tidy? more work easier and with l less expense t
pendicitis. One dose will convince or How far are you responsible for
: and we'll 'fit you out money refunded. J. Z. Robersonand. cleaa'and sanitary conditions in your than 1 two with 1 I rr
men -
town
druggists everywhere. your neighborhood, your coun- lorses. If
ty ? .',
h SAYS NEWSPAPERS'AREBEST What are you doing to abate the Ir,
\, PUBLICITY MEDIUMS fly nuisance? Shall we do more ? More money for the farmerA }!

Also mosquitoes? . .
I Advertising is", the most important What are the' conditions of your '
.. business JohnJ. public buildings and grounds? farmer with Fordson f
4 factor in moredn Or. a can 4
need
rest
Does community
a
Tigert United States ('ommis- your
+ J) 9'l ionar of Education, declare in an room, a library, parks, or. ft playground raise 3
more easier and with >
(/ tild Hammoclc4OJ' address' this week at Del l Mones: : ? crops
Does beautifying railroad station

Iowa. the factors of labor grounds give your town a good name less He therefore makes
r ; RHaforcecl{ Bed "Important as are traveler expense. j
4 to the ?
raw material! production, marketing '
--- -:: Non.o. and organization: tone of these Have you a "Community Centre?
more profit. .
thaoiut are as significant today as advertising Beautify your water fronts.....plant ,
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f t said. trees, erect artistic war memorials.
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I/f r nidor "In 1911 the newspapers were the Dispense with bill-boar4a'.ae-far as .

tr'ik et. greatest' medium t\>t aavertUinff and possible.. I TIMMONS "' '
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t it still stands as such. It in the.t-nly Beautify backyards. ; you cannot \i+ ,
with them.liar.
s d1 medium that can ve used fyr. immediate dispense
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"Censorship Committee
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eff/ t" ," reportinon/ motionpicturefilms AUTHORIZED DEALER f, ,d i
z.' '1//. '' ,The'agric ltural department is. Cooperation with the' filmtnan.ger .ItO DWAY' ,
1* '\., considering disinfecting all fruits means more satisfactory" t 367-1', KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA 1f:
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Tfco World Wars O sun Mam RocUag Tfce Beat Why Net Strawberry Flavor ; ma 'tii "t'b.dir : *

"Paris was shocked at tbe-news of The Tamp Times says .Stillman The Plant City Courier '''writes ;all He knocked oat the "pen,43o
. TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK the defeat of CarpentWr."-Paris trial. 'rocking alone." "Rocking along"Is its articles with jasmine ink "If it if 'Carpentier chooses

dispatch. But. Carpentierhad one on very good- but "washing along" Jsnt perfumed, it isn't Jasmine." He may sign, his name "Carter"_
his native country; h or.,, trfll shocked. would be better.' The -little white That Is why the Courier 'has added Because ,he> certainly scheduled
\ t .'. By TTHORJf '. Ant.,, bear" or the "littleblack bear!" a scent to the selling' price of all its To "cut a" lot of, coin.1Back ,
'i, I' t: twai a move.* not yet on the screens; ad..rtleementa-nc1 why. that paper to "La Bell* France.IVe .-
JH For Wan 'Weather Only but someone lacked tact-and one will have no more scentsless articles, me..r really understood
And ThWe's Another Sort T... Bee! Tee Bee "You'll enfoy ,swimming In one of little bare fact succeeded in spilling in its columns. Yassum. What those two follow
Seme 'womea are born pretty; Anyone, would. think to read the our new bathing caps," says an advertisement the beans! .*' Found to bo mad about'
;L. seme achieve attractiveness as t'aevjrrew accounts of the progress made on in the Albany. Herald. * Settled !. Short Seealoa And -why'should mea'ft.'"
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,. older; i nod foroe ha"e the t' ikrjist upon 'em at a beauty shop. I was being made for e lf. The latest is to be supposed that the tpocta. The adjutant-general of Colorado. The "Minister of. Dahomey" lean 'now .... Tory readily .
"another link has been tors would enjoy itjtsr 'more. wants the "whole world to star "
thank 7....' I report is that away Might be declared the champion Why Monalevr Carpontior mad;
completed." '* from Pueblo.. I'd say so.I I knew Of the world's fighting arena *, Y t-ho mad*"a protty profit
' Broadening The Lines c I Should Say Not that city In its palmiest days-and And I wouldn't dispute it. By being' licked; ,
Elp .kiar'! of Alms I .note :that Tif- Peter- Knight's Flight While the president of ,th Saint it 'wai 'no place I for a..minister's von. In the very, recent contest And. belnA'.licked so, quickly.
_ *.., Ohio has now started in to run Honorable Peter O. Knight, of Cloud Chamber* of Commerce may be What it must be since the awful horror Between Honorable Jack Dempsey It didn't hurt him Tory muck.
|j 1 "her motion-picture shows on Sundays. T.mp-.till, there's. mo, use in ad deaf an dorff it's one durned sure ,has befallen it paralyses the pen. And Monsieur Georges Carpentier. Verily.1 a large bunch'of maxumaIs
The only stipulation mads isf ding that "Tampa" asserts' that the thing that bo's not'deaf and dumb. As a dwelling place It was no !good; In which r understand. It. to be chosen
that the shewing must be of an educational ,state representatives in the legislature The only man ablo to talk'more and las a place with a payroll' it was a Mister Dempsey had promised Rather than bein/r/ a champ .
f _ture. Gee thafs easy! of Florida from the northern steadier and louder is J, Edward.humdinger. All the same everyone To knock the "." completely out Of a bunch of prize pugs.Yassnm. ..
Krausewho has been an understudy '.in the world sympathizes with Pueblo Of Ms versatile opponent '
That is the only kind I have even section of the state are far superior .
I' .* _n. I go just all the time-and mentally to those from the southern :. for That's the politicians what makes of him Indiana'polis. act In It* horrible misfortune.. So h..'d be a plain Carpenter, I "tbanlC' you.

" f -- each picture proves very educational section. am making no fight about so. "' ....
don't you know. Tiffin is in luck- his'statement. J'mere y with to add . *
good and right.rreM that even if his statement is correct Look In The Directory ." -- '

'J lit those 'northern fellows don't have to People who do not know where I . . .
In Bolder be gosh-awfu] smart after all.V .
Is Grew r so reside wonder why it is I remain atm
noticed that the in- V *f .
It may be as
office till
midnight every ni&ht.People. .
'1 ,same impulses grow more sedate List May Be Increased who are acquainted with the
''. J ft' that there is a \largeincrease of jubjjcations I believe that every young couple locality where I'm supposed to sleep Here's why CAMELS are
'( which assert as I did when should have a "dear little cottage." consider I'm the wise guy to remain
, the fracas first started-merely! that'Sure I do. Have one if it has to be awafr a. long as possible. Sun I
Sims was, all right in the statements bought on the"dollar-do wn-and-a-dol- am. Doesn't the bible say: liThe -
:,' he had Jn de. He took 'em back- lar-when-they-can-catch-you" plan.It Wise man seeth the evil and hideth the ;
*r eably with mental reservations ,is certainly some job however himself; but the.foolish pass on aifd quality cigarette
,i' but it is fair to presume that be is to gt it paid..for.even after'the first are punished."

::::- -- ."., elf the..sas e- _opinion still.. 0ChlcalCe' installment has been turned over, for . * ___ __ __
there are' taxes, thrtnsurancethe We'll AH O For It
Grouchy Chief interest on the unpaid principal a Says the Plant City Courier
: the utmost into this
; It has been the practice in Chicago coat or two of paint every now and So far the O's have i on BECAUSE we put > quality ::

as ia all cities-and towns throughout then and these, together with the"justlikerent" capital location and it probably Camels are as good as it's, possible
j' the entire country for: handsome every month make will be Ocala or Orlando ,

I -- welldre.ae4'women to smile upon a young fellow think he never willet :when the site Js changed. ,, for skill, 'money and !lifelong knowledge of '
when "
driver of a fine car thines
borne nice caueht UD. Still in the Well that's encouraeinr. If it issqre
the drift 'was alone. Right then end, "it-may be for' years..:...and it to be an "O" then there ii -still fine tobaccos to make a cigarette.:

'; .aad there the driver would draw up may be forever" the couple are just a possibility for Osceola to be in the'

T to. the curb and a moment into later the hur-the that much ahead. Then there are a swim. Seriously, Kissimmee is l logically Nothing is too good for: Camels. And bear this
drive lot of
i two, would away things-thar-fco-with Cottage: and geographically the correct
., ley-burley of the popular boulevards. F'rinst: spot for the location of the head of in mind! Everything is done to-make-Camels the .-- .
The other day the chief of police had A food chopper.A the state government.
-:. .a bnnch. of his best-looking officers mort age. best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is <.|one ....
themselves in their best togs "Biddies'1 and little chix.
'y and array start out with some fine cars; Crackers an' cheese. Score One For Me simply for show. 4, ..
Says the Florida Grower
and the smilers, instead of having Kisses. :

\ a joyride were carried to the police Cottage! cheese. are Some stirring 3itors up of"Thorn the ,state" of Take the Camel package for instance. It's the,
charge of Uneeda
Jf'statiQn and arraigned on a mousetrap.Love. .
i "vamping." It was' a mean trick the- The ,Kissimmee by intimating Valley that Gazette he most perfect packing science can devise to pro .
condemned
and the populace Cottage pudding.
,, chief; but he explained his action by Rambler roses. to"looks us that like these the devil.editors" Seems must tect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper
that he didn't care two Ham and.
J; whoops saying for the smilers nor-tnose .'Qiir ar.**- be tolerably familiar with secure foil wrapping-revenue-stamp to seal
the countenance of the old
i who were hypnotized: -all he of traffic.objeci* ;Fly-screens. boy, but we swear we oan't the fold and make the package air-tight.; But
the blocking One armchair.Sunday
; ed t6 was : __
the resembUnca
see
# Traffic your grandmother! He was I. ice cream. -, -, be..from Jack of acquaintanceship nay there's nothing flashy about it. You'll .find .no
That'sWHOA. .
merely a jealous old grouch. I And it may be noted that all these We do know however

all of 'em cost No frills furbelows.
; an. -yes some money. that "Thorn" extra wrappers. or
can
Nevetheless a cottage is one of the "
"raise the
ELIZABETH: WHOA 'necessities of of devil and some
a pair newlyweds.
} I sure believe in prohibition I thank vou.B Of out.the editors are finding it Such things do not improve the smoke1 any more ..

{ Because it is now the fad- I "A friend is the who '
in
I really have to-- one comes than premiums or coupons. And't'ekember-you'
And because
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1 when all the world goes out. Amen.If .

.f" And And now because working all my at friends something else, .:..:,l.,:::.::.:..:.:.::;.:.:.:.:',:.::..::,,,,:,:,:,:,:,:,,,,l;::;.;,;:.::'.,:.:.:.I.:.*. .:.... busted beauty was my fortune I'd be must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality.If .
and
through but I'm
1 Thus leaving me on the dr.lhore JH so good that people vow through I'm;too good the smoothest mellowest mildest
want
I 4t Where I'll never be wet 1111 i BII" to .be true. I thank you. you ,

' Unless a tidal wave hits me. .. .., . .. .
rI. ,... "' * cigarette you can imagine-and one entirely free-: r
t But here is a pointer
1, Jacksonville)] courtll.J .Ri This Pastor la Convinced
From the aftertaste
the astute judges Rev. John Roach Stratton, of the from cigaretty ,
One of .
f 4Tt -
In that versatile village ,, Calvary Baptist church New York
Has handed down a ruling i has written a brochure wherein he rIt's Camels for you.
That where genuine boore ....J ..T. . . states that he is in favor of the retention .

It.:t, -w" Or the "sitting up" brand garb for of women the as present it is sanitary shortened II
It carried in
Is being a carTy
Apparently erlong the road :" ; li and economical. He says: "This I \
m
1, No //officer can raid the car idill ia a style for women's dresses which
If i it stands pufleckly still! is in harmony with the laws of sanitation

,, Which, means consequently. as well) asprinciples of mod
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Moreover, whereby and also, esty. Then he winds up Jib essay
i1
'
' by this original verse:
. if. sheriff or officer
That
:.t a ,
Orders a driver to halt- ,1Mary ,had a little akin .
rf 1' I
And the chauffeur really halts "The latest style, 'no doubt. .
1,1 I' The officer, if the car is still But every time she got Inside "' ".
"She was more than half way out.
"
I dl" search.
r. ,4 Cannot, make < "e .,
I'm with the ,
. This decision, probably; Baptist preacher-on
' Was orr the hypothesis this one point, anyway; still, I'd like
to to John that here is
is suggest a
if the quiet
That
car
I KlMliMM fcy .
tle4 *
l' itielf predicament which needs from> him

4 And Like behaving a perfect little lady, ( COCA COLA BOTTLING WORKS a few suggestions: -R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANYrI Wl..sat.-.NL.-c.c .
Now here is where I'm bothered
The assertion cannot be made a* 1 .j'} That it in. transporting anything."Tranllportlng" AT*. ttmlmfj St. Twixt mother and her daughter; ,
means conveying While daughter's skirts are very shy
Her mother's are much "shorter, !
';, And when you are conveying, 11
" You must be in motion. ;

.., Some folks can pit still : ,. \i
And be transported' with joy- I/ i
It" But that's not unlawful; I 1 .1
I've sure been that way; ,
J '

II t -Of And the probably halted the hack chauffeur Is not the inailcetin of ,

feel
i .,. Would feel that name :iv.
J :
'i- As he would sit back quietly ,
if And make faces at the officer '
.
Who was minus authority! ;$

That's sure a ,great ..cherne'I -.. ,, ;- 4


''I n If And Therefore And any then puffeckly officer gets here's stops logical on a board a pointer car too.'; and RuSSetS important!.l---: t


. it. And gives the high sign- t. iI
''I "It'll be the safest way
t To refuse to hit-'er-up It

Your transmission may refuse ..
:,' To transmish anything [rVhether your crop Is mostly of the bes5 o average output; of the citrus 't

1\" You Or anything know how may It happen is. ; chiefly of the lees desirable grades of jdbo state now runs so largely to the 4

Then, as no logical officer grade*
, '.. Will throw out the driver b not a.e svrketinc .f :t

t Merely to tajce his place. I ..... eacll'1IlT .. Important. Ia BSjt tltS) .-d.eCLc rf .. ,
All the chauffeur need doIs \ pi <:_ ... I'W' T I" .........t .
,if. It
to sit tight
And not joggle the car. Considering the citrus industry of Florida as Because of IE* prcpond r TsMt of low grade :'

Then if that Jacksonville judge whole and ipefruit and and the for 'oft
the
I Is right in his ruling, a regarding welfare of aTJ oranges necessity :

I tq, The shine will be surely safe; growers-of the state-, development of markets that wflKIs :l

' Because even an expert officer ,..) ,
'r Cannot chauffeur and search not the mnketiar fit'
time III .. Ole '
the
At one and same t't tI <
; --- .t I think this is' a great scheme;
I All the driver has to do ..'''$' ,
! Is to show good mule sense Because of ifie extent to which the citrus Industry '
; And let his car baulk; Because of the known :fact that usually it is an .
He's not transportirij* anything I depends for its prosperity upon satisfactory '
i 4 easy matter to sell high-class :fruit for good l' 1
\ By letting it sit still; returns for ALL fruit that ia good '
And be would be able prices ; ,..rt'

, To lounge in the lizzie !*' enough to' t j.
I :! Just as long as the officer < knot the nuketta* rfi I* M* ttM HUfcettB rfi : ) .\

ic Could sit on a mossy hank- &'OIdeu i nusset* tatperburt? II...i aad ruasjeta !..-lsiilTL '
t' A bank on the side of the road. t :
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,
Anyway whereas; and also. '

That is the decision .r:" Is It not wise to avail yourself of tt* marketing adrmats si om ALL Usxis of fmtt "' ,( \ ., ''

j f-'.. Given by a Jacksonville court.: offered to tU members by the Florida Cttroa Krrhapge which year stfer year retnnts.then ...r-r."fJi..
;- Consequently it must be right.If better pries*, grade for grade"than eaa be seearedtfaro, < hTe nlsH>e ,s nh>gchannelsT ..., .. .,
the .sheriff stops yoti, .." ,,". '
For information aa to saeonbenUp vonsntt tbe nisaatsa tt nearest asswetsn _o. .. "
\ Merely sit right tightAll Ar a ge, or write to th* boUaeas ORAMGfcSjj
;;
. "f through the day ;
I And through the night;. ," """\' ,
I 'f And it might.be well t.
,
sake- / '
/ For precaution's '
"
To block the car : "
With the firmest break; ,
for the sheriff la strong ..", r::
FordAad. ; '% tr
And might push your : -- I .
..theanmake his search ,,,,.' ... l. ;,tyaffttto **) l' ''' ,
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-From. the running- board. . '.'"' s J ..Jt'-*- \W"... I: < ''4'"
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; '(FOUR, r mE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTF-: : run, AT, JULY 8, 1921 4 ,

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% A 'FINANCIAL POINT RE ARDINv'ASSFSSMEPJT .....:rs: coaslaeaaassacsit oooH'" *****-o.***"*****"** ;
KISSIMfylEE VALLEY (GAZETTE '. ," ./ .
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l ' ANOTHER column in this issue callq. attention.. to an odd, condition utro.yOU! ""'',"dt:to you 1 ,

; Published EveryFriday 'which' exists,.not ,only in Kissimmee and Orceola county but in every city :This Modern d ;leeure.. : i''

.rv .' '. By Kiisimmee Valley Gazette, Company; Kissimmee, FloridaW. and county in the .state. This is. .in regard: to the wide variation\ assessment ,"' f, "
ti ;: B. Harris. President E. G. YAM Agnew Secretary' values'placea ,by officials working in/ the ''c""le county-and working; ', .-*: It insures you goods of' quality at > S ,

_. :, W. LV Thorndyke. Editor'_. for the same end- -hat( of securing necessary revenue for-'both the.,.stair;, "/ '' prices ao largel'.tb..they.hould!, be i "
r ?
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Sub.crlption Rates] county sad city on a falling market "
fine Copy,' On Year__.,-.-_,...-......___..__--,....$%.80 It, "'ould'seem that the results of( the work of the various 'assessors' in Store t '
; ,* One Copy, Six Months--.._-._..__.-__..-,-...-_..-,.r-.___..--,._-__ 1.6 a county' should bring about totab that would mesh ill' shape th Drug "
OD.- Copy, Three M
.. .,., ..coed-olae. .' made the figures. The law, has been construed in Florida least the ,
\ . attar. ) at assessors ,'. Your convenience .and !
have made each with ike others that
an agreement everything'
,//I ..,. AJ1 oaminunlntloni-;.except, from ned by our the authorized writer. correspondents. nou.tI bep shall be rated at one-half "the'actual cash: value." This action was take:! pleasure are nextA ,
': matter will not b. returned util..* called for
?i Rejected .
T by the various counties in order to being about an equality so that one .
k' I Foreign' Advertising Rror..nrotgv. county should be paying Ho more to the state proportionately, than another '
t I THE AMERICAN PRESSA3SOCIA1ION. .'. Tv be fiir'in all counties, this course was adopted. In the past there has complete line of toilet necessities { .. .:
keen such discrepancy that counties than their for and '
a some were paying more mew women. j..
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'," FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1921 share toward the upkeep of the state-while the other counties were paying .'
- . --- . - considerably less; for it was. the desire of. each county assessor to make A variety of modern stationery that ', '; .

; HAVING A HEART-TO-HEART, TALK r as good a showing as possible for his constituents. ( fills every requirement. .'. '.
M, ,,, F -.M But there have been many cases where the. demands! of, A city have tf.
". .IT is evident that if anycIty or is to make itself the mare important I" .
} county keen so great that unless there was an increase of{ valuations above those A accurate Prescription Depart- Itr
r is ,to. lift itself above the ruts in which it has travelled is to set by the county assessor there would have to be an increase of millage very service. .,,
+; cease plodding along the lanes lined with questionable shrubbery-is to that would appear so large as to be repulsive to the investor. To secure ment at your .
into the broad highway paved with fair-play and justice and order I DRUGS AND ;
I emerge such an Income as was demanded for the? proper conduct of the city the
.-it first shed its which has been stained by age-old chicaaery Candies and sweetmeats (or wom-
must coat
i I aecessitaled, the increase which has been brought about and which, no Y'
and daubed which have been ul.Fairplay '__ : en. and children, and ..mokera'.rti-
with actions ] ___ doubt is the matter spoken of by the correspondent. Should the county rKLoUYlrllUPli
: a the ion of Justice. -and Progress is the progeny of .Honesty ties fot men. !
assessor proceed t 16 place values upon ,, city properties given those same .j'. ..,..
and Straightforwardness.In I properties by the city assessor he would be working a hardship upon the .
the earlier days of what( is now Osceola 'county-and even after its I I owners of that.property.. and would force the county tb pay more tkan its < 4V J., '1''
;, segregation which occurred, in 1887-there has been too' little heed paid share to the state. '. -., \ <

? to the need of the comm n people by those who' uu.medo haye some The matter of assessments" is one wholly within the power. of the of- Central Store; i
authority. For some decades.no seemed to object- possibly because Drug
one ficer elected to fill the post. He'must use his own discretion. It is an acknowledged -
they were in the sad majority; later even within the past dozen years, when fact ,that while, possibly, one percent of the propertyownerstell .
matters were conducted with what might be termined a "higher hand"a the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth regarding the value

k grasping hand of steed clad in the. softest of velvet-there have been attempts .f their property there- ,tare the ninety and nine,.percent who will not tell, "

; ' to delete.those, who teemed to dominate in public affairs Yet' those and never have told the truth. The man who would not make, an incorrect , +++*44+4+++4+*<+++*_++.W. ><>++, --- 7aG
efforts seemed tobe, ;; dismal failure; statement regarding anything else in the world the nrtan who 'would raise' his' : .

In considering means and.methods of betterment and progress it is always I eyes in holy horror at a fish-story that was the least exaggerated and would : If yon Lave been paying 25 cents to $1.00 per copy for y..r
necessary that conditions and not theories be faced; that it is to the frewn upon the story of.-auto-mileage which seemed) to be the least bit improbable '

l, greater advantage to make statements without resorting to subterfuge of will look the assessor calmly in the face and lie about the valuesof AND CLASSICAL
any kind. Then may the public be awakened to the point where steps may his holdings with the nonchalance of a lover who'll make oath that STANDARD t

be taken to bring about a change which will prove beneficial to all. "she" is the first one to whom he has ever told his tale of love.It .
'- In precisely what manner one man, of a small group of men. can manage is upon this basis the assessors have to work. They, each of them, .

.I to. assume .control of a county-and afterwards hold that control by realize what expected of them. The county assessor desires to keep his MUSIC

means of his former various satellites--is a matter difficult to determine. values down to an equal basis for the entire county-in justice ,to all,; the .
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1 .;.- How one man can manage to successfully oppose all objectionable legislation city assessor realizes that there must be a considerable, sum raised for the T ...
h t against any of his schemes-manage to have elevated to office men upkeep and' the maintenance and the improvement of the city, and rather t.

4 who will do his bidding-manage to coerce those who ''knowing they are 'han place a low value! which would be followed by a high millage he tome i. and examine the celebrated A

being made goats will cheerfully yield obeisance to his bidding-are enigmas believes it better to make a higher value and keep the millage at as lowa ..

that few can explain. Yet it has been done in the past. It may continue figure as may be possible-this tatter point being considered with greater "CENTURY CERTIFIED EDITION"oJ .
r in the' future; but it cannot long carry on .if the people will once favor by all foreign investors.

Assert their 'right If the state regime could. be so managed tbat a smaller millage couldbe
4 s 1 Frequently men are too cowardly to oppose unpleasant things because used io that the figures secured by each county assessor could: be usedas There: i ia none better published and it costs 1ht
of possible financial loss forgetting that it is only by the of the ;
ti some ; use a basis for state work it would do away with the various city assessors '
lance that festering lord are allayed and the wounds finally healed. Occasionally and would render things much better than at the present time. If the one 15 CENTS A COPY 1" t
the courts to blame because of the selected to hear evidence
are men
4 payment for taxes could be made to the one official-and he were author
and form verdict t Where such thing exist there i il a lessened respect ized to divert the various percentages Jo the several funds of city, county.. ,1
) for the law; and there have' beenm.ny cases where the people, fearing and Vale, matters would be more economically conducted much detail could -
rt that ;justice would not be meted out to some fiend, have assumed the right be avoided and better satisfaction would exist: Come in and ret a catalogue ol 2,000 masterpiece, FREE ,
;''I to be ,both jury and executioner. Such conditions are harmful to the community -
a
t and savor more of the savage than, ir good for \the country;. and LET THE DEAR WOMEN ALONE BROADWAY' WILDER'S' STUDIO kiSSIMMEE
,1' they/could: be avoided if there was a more secure feeling regarding the outcome \r'

l of many trials. Yet it i i. only by placing in control of all affairs men THERE is nosort of use in trying to tell women and girls that they 1 ".

F' who are sturdily in favor of ant honest administration, with justice always in shall or shall not dress in some special style. To try to regulate the length r
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the ascendency, that there shall be a universal betterment of all conditions. of their .1 rb or the lowness of the upper portion or the material that is to '
' Possibly Osceola county is just as other counties have been in years be used b as useless. as it would I be to petition Nature to grew watenneons uoo UOO to OOOOOot..oo 00..000000.000000000000 0 0000 0 o'

cc past-when ring-rule .carried everything-and everything was swallowed a< without any rind. It is only prudish females or sissy males. anyway, who i
+ it came along. Other counties have out-grown those conditions, however; condemn the garb worn; and these critics should be referred to that French .
s t and it is time that Osceola county absolved itself by cleaning the sore spots proverb: "Honi. soil quj mal y pense." DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE I '
and making a fresh start Even to this day it is reputed that there are men ,

t t bearing a heavy weight in county affairs whose interests are elsewhere; HAS AIRPLANING BECOME A, SUCCESS? ,! 'X
whose reputation are so rank that none have confidence in them. Such : '
1
tale, broadly circulated, dq harm to a county; if they' are incorrect there EVEN the most optimistic cannot assert with any degree of vehemencethat : NOW OPEN ,

I? should be tome mean taken to. dispute them; if correct. ,' there should be the airship has,yet reached a degree of perfection which would entitle :
'
k mama taken'to oust such dictatorship.,, it to any great consideration 'a success., "It.il true that during the war CORNER EMMETT STREET AND ORLANDO AVENUE''i
; Nearly every. day regarding past performance ere 'statement made overseas there' was much done with the craf)-much reflecting credit upon : d
i .that".omeone"*" fine handiwork i i. there shown-..aad almost frequently -that ,
those pilots who defied death in. their perilous flights- but during period :
4.1s is (the assertion made that "there is"a power behind" that still hold a die and since that time nothing seems to have been accomplished''in this SPLENDID,,... :FIREPROOF BUILDING< \'" .y,.(,I. A ,,'tJb' t jJ
f y latorship ,;Some dayall these things Will be made 'plain-and the people ountry worthy of note. The machines have not met the same degree of :I ;;v STORAGE OF CARS A SPECIALTY ,

will:the better understand how matter should :.henceforth be conductedThe' improvement which has been achieved by the automobile- and the death- :K ________
will be the better off when 'that day shall be noted on the cal with .
county No
list has grown with a rapidity that has 611ed the world awe. great J EXPERT REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS __
r' eJ1c1ar.Thil flights have been made; every non-stop flight has ended without signal victory : -
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i i. merely heart-to-heart talk with the residents of Osceola ,
r a coun- and the expense of fuel for any flight has been unseemly high. As :
ty. If it awakens any dormancy then the effort will not be lost. carrier; of mail the airship- was a failure-and for actual passenger servicethere : NICE LINE OF OILS AND GASOLINE

has been nothings accomplished. For short trips in a simple way

TAMPA BELIEVES IN PREPAREDNESS there have been flights made with success; but these were usually conducted CaD and See Me: I Will Appreciate Your Patronage
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on the same plan as the merry-go-round-and have proven about as useful 1 '
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ALREADY have the official of the South Florida Fair Ass.ciationesmmene.d that plaything. ,of
the work of preparation for tile fair that will be held next year as DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE

It i* b} rack actio. that Tampa achieve to wonderful results and presents DENUNCIATION WILL INCREASE. THE CIRCULATIONNOTWITHSTANDING

Y, a* perfect a production. The usual habit in matter of this lost is'to say: .... JAMES C. PRENTIS Proprietor .
"Oh everything will come out all right Let' not" harry 1" Bat Tampa bin the assrtions madein Denver, when Sam Gomp- i

_a l way of doing thing that brings publicity. That progressive city doe., nol era took the floor of the labor convention and denounced William Randolph ,.ooootOOtoooo.OttOOtooooooo o ooooo. "A
before in hiding her light under a bushel. She get a lot o' light and Hearst in most scathing "words, declaring that he was a "traitor to the .. - - oo-oooo.. _____ .-
.&:,..,, caftan... 'en out. If abe had but oae light the would fasten that-to Tockel -'ause of America, to the cause of freedom and an enemy of" labor and-of f < ooooooooootOOooo. OOOOGoooo.ooo.ooo..ooo..o..o.I .
9 -- id then send the rocket *o high it would explode over the entire *tatelTHE I 'Ireland" it is safe to bet that the circulation of the Hearst papers will not

be ensmalled. They may ridicule papers conducted by Hearst-but when :

,. FOOL AND HIS LANTERNif : looking for news they buy his papers first. It always happens just. that j

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GQODMAN'S
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SOMETIME the general of automobile will learn the foolishness uuu
; L mass owners --------------------" t j
of having an ordinary lighted lantern about his car--or about any ITEMS GATHERED DOROTHY DALTON COMING
place where there is stored or kept or used gasoline in any quantity. Not BRIEF j '
FROM OVER THE STATEThe Dorothy Dalton;: the favorite Paramount :
long ago the town of Winter Park suffered a loss of more than fifty thousand -

s .dollars-merely because the man about the premises was too careless state road department has let I next Tuesday star, is in coming her to new the picture Casino, NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE .

w k or sloppy t to have a flash light. At Tarpon Springs last week a man was contracts for bridges in various "The Idol of the North." This is a --. ):
severely burned because a lighted laJtemwal within five feet of where he counties-but no mention is made in story of the Canadian Northwest '- I
the dispatches of the completion of it with thrills Successor to Goodman & WoodallTHE 1.
i was working with gasoline. Noa week passes that are not chronicled and is filled galore.: :
the croBs-sUte highway between A fine company: of players appears
a accounts-of serious accidents happening because of the old-fashioned method
Melbourne and Kissimmee. The in of the star. .
support ONLY CHANGE ABOUT THE PLACE
of using lanterns of the ordinary variety about this strong explosive. eight bridges to be built went to .
f la these days of enlightened civilization the man not in possession of a various parties for an aggregate FIGS' EXCELLENT CROP : IS THE SLIGHT CHANGE OF NAME J t tIf
a flashlight is committing a crime against the world and against himself. sum of a"little more than $380,000 SAYS LOCAL GROWER ,

This is not an advertisement for the flashlight in its many forms and shapes A. L. Hunt, a member of the state That figs,: are profitable to produce : 1
i -but it may be'Hid that one such article should be in the possession of board of engineering examiners, in Kissimmee there is no question -' 1t
every individual-and. being in possession jt should be used wherever light. dropped dead of heart failure in land that they yield, as a general : you failed to attend the demonstration of the White Crest .;,'
is needed. West Palm Beach on Tuesday. A thing, a good crop is assured by Otto : Flour missed Our .J* "j
treat. store crowded.
t a great We
; Miss : you was are
wife and two daughters-- Helen Ploetz, at his home place, 324 Maple
COLOR. COLOR, WHO HAS THE COLOR? daunt, of the Jacksonville Timex-Un- avenue. He has between eight anda :. specializing on this White Crest-and you should try it. .
\ ion, and Mrs. Richard Taylor. 'of dozen trees, and this year they '
t POSSIBLY the reputation of Mrs. James A. Stiftmu may. have a dash 'engacola-remain of the immediaterelatives. have been actually loaded with : v The nicest sandwich dressing ever made is "Olive-Naise"

t. ... violet her and there-but, compared with the reputation. of her lamented :- constant fruit.\ For demand this product and the there yield is has a : and one trial will convince you. It is of QUALITY-and QUALITY '! z
.. and mack-injured hanker husband, it is as white as the lightly-driven It is estimated that twelve thousand r-
been bought as fast as placed on the : marks every article we sell. Our store should be called "THE J.. .!
r :, a aowflake ers it toadies the earth. He who would throw mad mast, perforce attended the celebration atFort market. '
r besmirch his own garment when the staff spatters. Meade on the Fourth, and, as i Mr. Ploetz raises a good quality of : QUALITY SHOP"-then the people could easily prove what we say r i
the American Legion Post and the
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I figs-and plans to increase the number
4 RATHER BE SUPREME JUDGE THAN PRESIDENT citizens had expected not more than of trees, finding that they pay -
light thousand, and had prepared
t I / as well as trees producing other :

THERE is no doubt that William Howard Taft I tells the truth when food were for thousands about forced that number to leave there the I fruits Once. the.and fruit require.Teaches" far less the attention : OUR GOODS ALWAYS GOOD v __ n

"' '" 'h.. says-that lie would rather fill the office to which he has just been appointed place without -aatl.f a-their hun- : the rfiJTnlng process is rapid-propersize : OUR SERVICE ALWAYS SERVES.Goodman's ;
<'r -that of chief justice of the United Stales--,than to be chosen as rer. Forty-five: been and each day can }find him picking : "
Ir./' ;), the occupant of the White House. :,He knows whereof he speaks regarding' barbecued, sixty: gallons of chicken I from the thickly laden branches to.. ,
illau had been and
prepared,
0 the 'position for ha' has enjoyed I endured the more Thus be has a steady supply: for!.
one or:- presidential chair; I han double that amount of Brunswick I.
market--baidel those that he a"l1tw'
l' \ .' 1 and noWjhe-willjhave'opportunity} to display his legal knowledge; which stew-but even those vast home tioh.' His success :
the entire country.knows jse'possesses'much.. That his appointment is one quantities failed to satisfy the in this line show Induce others to a Grocery iL'j{
; which will be fVeat benefit to the United States'appears tobethe'gen. erowd.\1. The ,attractions and tportawerepronounced plant at, least''' a number. sufficient '
excellent.Oa.slxtlof .
ere) belief -/o :hisVonfirmation opposed,y.but four men'':Three were '" <, for- table use and make into proMrresrof .- -- '
..:fepublicaas-i;.Bonh.'JohaaoD.ud;: LaFollette:-and one a ,democrat:-Watson, .: the world's known . various ,sorts. .. : .. J. W. GOODMAN" Proprietor. ... <,
...f Georgia; the ,.remaining'sixty'votes, regardless of political. preferences,. eoal reaertreosj are said >"'t*', be ,'inrnmheller "* Six(: thousand diers' graves are .'' Broadway., r.-.. ... v: Brawny
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k t'ITEMS Anot.hermeeting of th- board of Lawrence Hansen left on Tuesday ..

OF A WEEK] county fop a or79profi: I'IIIopeerr': l is" scheduled I for extended Philadelphia visit, where'with-he relatives.Lyndon will makean ", .. <..J 4. '. .r" .. ...._ ." _. .. ./ .

Miss Susie McGuire formerly ofKissimmee. I W. Barnes, of the Rexall
has secured a position in store, yesterday entertained his SUnday -
Bad debts collected or nd pay. Results Orlando with the Yowell-Drew Company school class of the Methodist .'
guaranteed. J. M. Willson, district church by a picnic at East Lake.

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manager -- Miss Alice Overstreet Of market' '
Fishery Miami We carry the best the VICTORY BONDS
A7 Resen, 'of the Independent
formerly of Kissimmee is'
greetingsome I fords in fish fancy, and family
Company, left Wednesday evening -
' of her many friends whUe she groceries; also hay. grain, etc. We
for Jacksonville important
upon is guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lup- deliver. Phone 12. Waters & Car-

"private business. fer, Jr., at 209 Verona street. son Grocery Company. ** .
New Florida syrup, made in May, GUESS the number of cakes of Mrs. Amanda Wemple and Mrs.
| gallon can. It is fine. Try t
1.15per soap in the pyramid in our window, Belle Modi, of 319 Aderhold street, .
it. ,Waters A Carson Grocery Com- ,
, : and 100 cakes of
.. get Octagon soap accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
pany. frat Taylor's Palace Grocery. Latner, on Monday an automobile ; 1"0
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edington;Jack 29ltcMisses I trip to Palm Garden Springs, ,
Edia'auto-lead ton and Clyde Harris formedan Lotta and Lola Lawler, of I, beyond. Apopka,where they went to *S .
from Kissimmee "I,itiag Lakeland, who have many friends in 'enjoy the Fourth. : .
the celebration at Daytona onftae Kissimmee have Ju- 1 I .
gone to Camp After spending several weeks in .
Fourth.Contrary naluska, North Carolina, to spend ,i Kissimmee as guest of Miss MattIe t
1\ to the usual custom 'the, the summer. I.I I Belle Harris-during which time she -
budget and the annual levy were not James C. Prentis is 'now located, enjoyed a week's outing at Alligator
., maee. at the meeting of the county as may Jbe noted by his announce-1 I I Lake-Miss Mary Early, one of the Up to and including Saturday, July 9
commissioners on Monday. No delay ment in.the Dixie Highway garage ,j charming young women' of her city,
.cial reason was stated for the on Emmett street, and Is building up 'I returned to her home In Winter Haven ,
in this matter. excellent business. on Friday last. '
an I' will
we accept
Try the Sanitary Dairy Companyfor I .
Full weight and measure and courteous The salary of the city physician
anything and everything .In thet attention to all customers is Dr H. S. Geiger, has been fixed by
dairy line. Deliveries from 7:30: to our motto. We. appreciate your I the city council at $35 per month.
9:00 a. m., and from 5:00 to 6:00 p. trade. Waters &; Carson Grocer I,, This feature ''includes all his work ,
m. Phone Lee' Rogers' residence.: 17-tfe Company. I,in looking after the sanitary conditions VICTORY BONDS AT PAR

, Mr.. .and Mrs. S....B. Aultman' and ., the care of patientswhich .
t: Dr. H. S. Geiger has been entertaining Miss Louise Hess; Wood Tyner and 1[!'naturally falls upon the city, and .

. his mother Mrs. M. A. Geiger .family; and. Walter L. Martin and such other work which may be prescribed j_ _.. _, ._J_*__!____
home Is in Sanford, for
whose for his position.
. family, filled three cars leaving Kissimmee -
several days- and during her visit .at an early hour on Mondayto I J. A. Minnick, who lives in the.
" I here Mrs. Geiger has been the honoree i Lake Wilson section thia
; of the I spend the Fourth at Daytona.The of tnmty IN OUR SAVINGS
.. t f') residents at several of. Kissimmee events. Many know Mrs. Kissimmee Concert Band wasa -but who gets his mail at "Lough- DEPARTMENT
factor in the celebration at man-was in Kissimmee o Friday ;
: Geiger, and all vie with each other strong '
.z to do his trading. Mr. Minnick
Fort Meade the Fourth. says
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he is intensely interested in the hard- I
't, occasional visits. i I mem lel'1Ieft! here at an early hour I surfaced road that. ts being projectedin '
'-anJ at the "close of a perfect I ,
I there were a tired bunch of musi that portion of Osceola county w
..... cians. which will come within a half-mlie _.i-,
of his property and will facilitate ....
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Davis of Miami .
marketing
stopped over in Kissimmee a strope.Xissimmee
few days this week on their way to was largely deserted on
i Investment and
PIKERS Tampa to visit Mr. Davis parents. the Fourth. While many went either Stocks Bonds Bought, .r
While here they were guests of Mr. to Fort Meade or to Daytona .
and Mrs. W. B. Harris-uncle and there were still enough of those who oJ
aunt of Mrs Davis. sought other localities to make a '. '
several good showing. Nearly the entire Sold' and Exchanged J "
The union meeting of the J :

t1, Cot Pennies off Slow Stock to fraternal societies will commence day ligator'the lake grounds were at filled the with head a of Jolly Al- . '., ..,, '...'-;., ,:, ',.:..,''."' ,, 7"...,'..,./..,.. >,, .. .t.j. 'I.""*r., ." .1." w. .,\ '..,. ,t.,, ,< ., ".. \ ., '. ,,< j.t' 'Po,. j, Si,.. fn \. """ ;, :i ,"",".'. '. .,.", '.:. ". '
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promptly : crowd and the waters abounded .II'y\\ '(" .i<' ; ':.;.1 ;.' ..1' '
Mere. it' and Profit Yon. at the school auditorium. Preaching with -those bathers who delight in 'c." If." \Io ;"." ..,Ni\i"\ ;:. \" I' ...W: ,,' ,; ,'. :,.. \ .

' :t. services at other churches will be remaining in the water the.greater ,J, j. ;&'
!ii':. NOTHING abandoned, in order that' all may attend portion of the day. :. .- "
these 'exercises. Everyone is > :
Invited.Mr. After making an extended address .
Bat when it comes to real saving to' the county 'commissioners, de- .
'. and_Mrs. _E. G. Vans Agnew nouneinir-the--condition-of''one'of-the -- - - "
- in staple feeds anal son and Mr. and 'Mrs'W.LThorndyke
bridges over a ditch on Bermuda ave

We Are The Whole Cheese lake hours ding on'the and the daughter Fourth late: at spent afternoon-. Alligator. a few nue intendent,and begging, bel-'instructed that the to improve road super-: the Merchants & Farmers Bank 111.

-: - comefTI;; e party enjoying;; bathing I, in name safety so that Milton he could Pledger reach,his county home

LOOK THIS OVER and all participating in a fine lunch- prosecuting attorney, was. informed .
that the structure had been placedin
4 r. eon.WANTED
24-lb sack Self-Starter Flour, $1.25 Everyone who can to proper STlflpe earlier in the day. of Kissimmee F
paint their houses, and make our city The county official was assured that
24-lb sack Blue Wing Flour 1.29 attractive. Painting inside and out, he, could drive his flivver in safetyon

varnishing paperhanging, etc. Price his homeward journey--:whereupon
24-Jk sack Bluebird Flour_ 1.40 are reasonable and work is guaran he subsided.As LANIER j
MARION S. President _
teed. is the time.Frank
Come on-now
conservative action the
''it 24-lb tack Lassca'i Perfect'n 1.40 a coun-
A. Pierce, Oakley Farm, Kis- ty commissioners on Monday net the. R. C. WOODBCRY, Vice.President R. I E.: GRABEL, Vice President ;
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simmee. 28-4tc
24-lbs Pillsbury't seat _____ 1.60 maximum price which! shall be paid ;
r Mrs G. W. McGowan of Washington for common labor in county work. ''11... L. JACKSON Cashier ,
& Granulated Sugar ______'..._ .oVa D. C., is again in Kissimmee up- The rates heretofore have been $3.00 ,
4 on her annual visit, and la the jnsest' per day-or $2.25 per day where the
'3 Ibs Orange Peko Tea__._ 1.00 of her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. L. county feeds the men. Fifty cents '
k 23 Aderhold street Mrs. each of these 1?
Pherigo, have been lopped off
2 lb* uncolored Japan Tea__ .85 McGowan has a large circle of -__,_'-g_ the rates .t".nmaKI '.ou" and 11.76 of'I
ZS. friends in and about -and respectively. There are to be found
3 pkgs Ballard Yellow MetL welcome
'. shir is always gladly plenty. of men at these prices in this \ a
3 cans Sauer Kraut_______ .50 The regular meeting of the Osce- localitywhile of those "passing The Classified Columns of The. I ders /or some eighteen barrels: of
ola Growers' Co-operative Associa- through" and looking for work thereis Gazette give splendid service. Simpson and Miss Noble McClendon 'this White Crest flour, in which the

;' 3 cans Lye Hominy_.______ .50 tion will be held on the evening of reported to be a host. The county Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Vass, of West formed an automobile party spending Goodman Grocery is ..peciallsm&an ,,- 1J
I the coming Tuesday in the Chamberof desires to employ its own citizens Mrs. the Fourth at Daytona. achievement which was >far be-
3 cakes P & G Naptha Soap .20 Commerce. It is important that before getting help from the outside. Adams Palm Beach; were, in accompanied Kissimmee on by Tues- Every regular meeting of the city 'yond the most optimistic prophecy.PERTAINING .
an members shall be present andit all of the best brands of council has audience which
We now an
carry enroute from hasty visit to
t 3 Cakes Fancy Toilet Soap .25 is essential that the interest in 'coffee-Including Chase & Sanborn day Tampa, to points in a Georgia. Al- fills every seat in the hall. This is TO CHURCHES. !t 1 tMatkadiat

3 Ibs good Ground Coffee_ .50 this important matter shall not be White House and Harrington Hall. though Mr. Visa is one of the prop- as it should be-and indicates thata '
lowed to wane.Although < Splendid bulk coffee at 20c the rietors of the largest grocery store strong interest is "being taken in

t 3 Ibs large Lima ,Beans___-. .25 it had been planned to pound. Waters & Carson procery in West Palm Beach, and the most the actions of that body No one desiring Rev, R. F. Hodnett, Pastor .
\ have two dances at Fish Lake Park Company. ** exclusive one, ;he has never been outside to address the council ever '
3 Ibl Baby Lima Beans____ 25 during the present week it was L. L. Lucas, of the ClearwaterSun the state.. This time his wife is meets with refusal. 9:45 a. -Sunday school. '
w deemed best by the management to was in Kissimmee on Sunday resolved he shall go if she has to With a view to making preparations 11:00 a. m.:--Preaching services..
4.' 2 cans Tall Milk (any kind) 25 cancel the appointments for the 'and again accompanied by Mrs. Lucas take official proceedings. He is whatis for the care of'the tin-can tour Theme: "Desire for Revival.

___ 1.00 present. There were indications of on! Monday when returning from termed a cracker r-i-g-h-t. ists who cone to Kissimmee Ernest 7:00 p. m.-E worth League > r
I.' 8-lb pail Lard Compound too much rain for some time, and, in Saint Cloud to their home on the Green was deputized by the Chamber 7:45: p. m.-Union fraternal meet.

No. 10 Alaga Syrup _..:____ .95 addition, the property was not in : west coast. Mr. Lucas was for more Citizens should for not this forget themeeting of of Commerce to appear before" the ing at school auditorium. vl
called evening
the'shape desired for the accommodation than a year connected with papers in council and ask for the appointment Wednesday evening at 'eighto'clock
J k 100 lbs White Sack Shorts 2.00 of the vast crowds which had Saint Cloue_where he is well versedin the Chamber of Commerce. This of a co-operative committee to aid ;; prayer meeting
been in the habit of gathering there. the conditions which have existed will be held at the usual hour, and in securing a proper ground for such 1r

100 Ibs Whole Grain Rice_ 4.45 The Mineral Water at Fish Lako lor many years in Osceola county; now -that women as well as is men a camp. At the request of Mr. CarUtiaa-Church y
free all but he feels sure that things have make up>> the membership three a Green the president of the council on
to

# Park has been given applicants taken in Rev. W. H. Coleman, Pastor..
11 Peas .40 more intense interest being .!
.'k 3 cans Wisconsin Table who desired to carry it now commenced to improve and will I Tuesday evening appointed Councilmen ---
needs active
the affairs. The an '
!' away. Commencing Friday, July 1, continue to advance. Colonel Frost, city Johnston, Rosen, knd .Thompsonas 10:00 a. m. Sunday school.
'.. v p 6 cass Veribest Pork and there will be a small charge made father of Mrs. Lucas who is a resident body of this sort to make plain to such committee. 11:00 .. m-Bermon.
outside "of the good
world
the some .
I Beans ______________ .49 for the' water that is taken away- of Saint Cloud: accompaniedMr. things Osceola county has to offer 7: welcome Sermon.
but it will be free to all patrons of Lucas an Sunday. and there should be. large Increase HANDLING SPECIAL FLOUR A for everybody especially L i
eats and the place-and to those who call for Linneaus.. Williams, of 409 Clay in membership every week. GIRLS SELL MANY BARRELSThe strangers tf
Ten trill have better a drink. A E. Fosdick street, has received word of the

L, .ere. _a| Jflien juid m..q J SL J iEyN owner.28tfc death of his brother Br. George When the deed to its site was demonstration of White Crest- A SPARKLING ,COMEDY __ 't
made-to'the Kissimmee-Ice'and Cold flour at the Gooxfcnan Grocery attracted
T1-ioee'c5tlens who Tiavei. been war.rylng ;Tuttle Williams;ef'Pueblo; Colorado, -
j.r trade wits because there was a possibility 'one of the most prominent, physicians Storage Company from the city; large crowds especiallyduring : "Burglar Proof" starring' Bryant ,
of the rapid disintegration of the 'in the Centennial State. The immediate many years ago then was an error the Anal afternoon; and the I W.shb1JrD.... will -be featured at the
newly-made road in Cape Breeze I cause of his death was from exposure ' in the description of the property promise to gtve away,a certain number I Casino on Monday. It is a sparkling .. "
l IUfI TAYLOR SYSTEM section wilk&Jearn with much satisfaction received at\the time of the which was 'not discovered till recent- of sacks of this product was religiously ,comedy'telling of a tightwad .who
1 thaP' the chairman of the awful flood last month which. ly. To make good the property a kept: The sifts were mads reforms' and finally cast off the op
.: street committee, :s.' M. Johnston,has wrought such fearful havoc in and coraectlve deed has been prepared by -and the demonstration proved' I probrious -nickname, of "Burglar
oil on 'the road for thepurpose ot about Pueblo. Dr. Williams was active J. MV Johnston, and .the same was great success in every way. ? .* Proof, .This: newest Paramount
. I putting on a binding s rfaos, ,Aj ; in aiding the injured, and, eon- presented to the1'council on Tuesday The demonstrators succeeded ta comedy-drama 'will ... ..shown after.
1 soon as that'shall arrive an ,oil expert tracted a cold which resulted. in his venJ.nC4,aD ? explanation made. curing a number of cirls to make noon and c ._.._1-. '.." ;*'. --1} ., <
"We. Sell .lfFor Lass'3TORE34 wi be her to teaesuthe knackof : death., During the flood ho and his The maand the/clerk'went' I tostractedt a ,.house ta-house canvass when"the -*,. "..t' 'w. A.K ,
; $ the oil to the best advant family 'were. : taken from their residence sign the deed,. and thus circulars' were distributed--and. these LoTurlous automobile L'"trailer ..fcotils ... Syr'
-I 4 placing The 011 Is expected at any MO-: in boats-yet he at onee commenced carry' .out a legal transfer to the energetic.. Durtnflhe!>> brinr'persons ter' and. from.. > .Ib.1 Y
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some Irish potatoes, and plans! about; that come-and ruin the < Where NO ASSESSMENT ERROR ,'.til there would be very little to lookafter. A teup Onfu "of Herbine will pro- .
the first of September. Soak the the 'land is properly drained the i; .' The writer is voicing the sentiments duce a copious and purifying bowel
r [AGRICULTURAL POINTERS seed in' bi-ch6rid solution one ounceto grower here suffers no. loss and this DECLARES ASSESSORAtsestior' ; of many when he states that movement Improve appetite, restore
forty gallons of water, or use should be -a lesson to the growers. 3 I -- the public should be advised. of all j I mental activity' and a fine feeling of
formaldehyde one pint to thirty gal.' Tile drainage and sub-irrigation > W. I. Barber appeared that is being: done. ,. vigor and cheerfulness. Price, 60c...
f BT U H. WILSON COUNTY. AGENT longs of water for 15 minutes; Bliss ould' make Osceola ,county the banner before the board. of county commissioners -i -r.: J. DOLLINS. Sold by J. Z.-Rober on. .
a :Triumph or Spaulding's Rose No., 4, county of the south. There should on Monday and called attention -I I ...- '
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:B.1''sure to plant :enough fall gar. of'the member to c.the claims :
varieties. be formed'a drainage district and
good -
; are suede by O. R. Bass and John R. : -
r eatablishing'largedatcbees
Select 'Your' truck :and farm lands must funds available for
Bronson.'who. have said there was an ,
..\. supplied be properly drained, before you can that will take off the surplus error in their several valuations. Mr.' .ir '' ;
t spot. If your soil is void of humus' expect; to make a success at farming water in case of, heavy rain 'fall. The Bronson he said made no returnsand &
and vegetable matter now is a good The low rich lands of Osceola county' sooner the proper drainage'facilities in such a case, it depended wholly Summertime
this
the will day abound in rich fields are installed in county the soon
broadcast some
time to scatter over 1 on the assessor and such information
round from one to.two tons of stable of growing: crops that will be pleasing er we will reach the' goal. I a.a he could gather Regardingthe
it' under' to the to look upon. It' is To the.growersof fruits-, farm and '
d manure, and turn so eye assessment of O. R. Bass the assessor and all the 'round .
lt, that 'it may become available for my earnest plea now that the growers truck crops: rexpectyour co-oper a1 had charged' him with being !i year
in
plants to use this fall. here! In the county at this timepay ation in assistingme making the owner on the first of January. "
decided 'what will more attention to drainage. county fair this winter that will be
w, Have you you 1920. of 150 head of cattle. Mr.
p1.nt.in' the pardon this (all? Try Every year we have summer rams a credit. to our ounTh county Bass had appeared before the commissioners 4"V
'commissioners time wenton
-- some ago '
and made affidavit that .
record as favoring a county fair pOSTTOASTIES
he had but hundred at that
I one head
for Osceola. It will be impossiblefor
Best Fertifisen loiecticide Poultry SoppKes had settled thn
.._ Sprayer to around and each time. Since they he
me get eee ,
4- Honest. Goods Fair Prices Prompt Shlp.eat of matter with paVing on 125) head. -
out
farmer about saving a portion
' Ask Your Neighbor-He Knows > -. is crop to show at the fair, and I Such being the situation Mr. Barber II are favored by FolkS '. ..ti
claimed that to him with being -
I charge
; E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacko.riDe, Florida use this means of notifying you to in error was not right-and the II Who want diFFerent

y Get May 20th. 1921 Price LisU. Now unuMat "SIMON PURE" and use that care in will harvesting have something your crop worth, so board seemed fo look at it in.that. I

"GEM BRANPS" bowing you when the time comes to collect way. slid better corn flakes
the exhibits.
Where whiteflies and scale insects : .Made of the Tirm hearts of
are showing up in the citrus grove t THE FORUM f I .
spray with oil emulsion one gallon ;, selected white corn, rolled
to 65 of water. Spray on a dry
Follow not later than-three d..y.I I and toasted crisp and golden.brownPostToasties -

with the same spray,' in case you I I 'About Taxes
did .not -get-, everything the first are .i
BIRD1 ROOFS Editor of The Gazette: -
spraying.Keep all. dead wood pruned from [ The law says that all property especially delicious ,when
shall be taxed at its "cash1' value,
the trees. 'Dead wood harbors insects served with fresh fruits or 01
it but some assessors substitute the i
and fungus diseases. When
word "asked," for the word "cash."
rains the spores of withertip fungus I The two words have nothing in I berries.
on the dead wood drip on the fruit,
"Cash value" is the amount
and stem-end rot of the fruit common.
cause of or its equivalent, that can Eat
A post card requesting the: county I be money obtained for a piece of propertyat Ready to
simmee, will get him. Call or ' '
to visit addressed to His-I 1 public dale.
agent you The "asked" value depends entirely No Waste
F 1 am at service.RubMyTum .
your -
I on the owner's wish, or necessity

ha y-- i* a great pain kil !bear to part no relation with it-and to its may"cash possibly value. i Sold by grocers '

:. I- a\ ler. Relieves pain and soreness Rheumatism When any city has a considerable

F .III Illi) + Neuralgia, Sprains, etc.: / amount of property which will\ not _' everywhere
N 7 y Hell for its tax valuation (the tax
COMES TO KissiMMEE I valuation being greater than its cash Made by

SEEKING INFORMATIONRev. value) that city is "debt-logged." A ...,. Fbstum CcreaJ Conine
i I drastic cut in municipal expenditure fettle Crcelcl lch.
O. M. Norlie Lutheran becomes ..
a pas- a necessity for "a waterlogged --
f tor of New York, was in Kissimmee ship, or debt-logged town .
i iIi on Monday anxioulI'to learn where' can ne'er make safe harbor in Good
his father, in 1894, settled in thin Renown." ,
county.Few of the older settlers, ina Investors from other states get a ,---- ----- -
position to impart the, informationwere most unfavorable impression of the
in the city during the afternoon stability in a town, where there are OOOCOCiooooooo.ooo..o..o.o..o..oo..o..oo..tO.
; Good Old Paroid Land for a time it seemed as if it.I two widely different valuations of
would be impossible< V formation before midnight, at which valuation made by the county asses One Million Dollars,
w; + time the visitor was to leave sor, and that made bX the city as .
- I OLD PAROID"that. Finally Mr. Norlie was. introduced I sessor.
.., _ uGQ9D to" N. C. Bryan-who well-remem.- Manifestly only one can be the T6-ImproTe'
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lhat3 what they call: l the best county bered the and colony fettled that in the came vicinitv to this of 1,, true legally"cash'taxable.value the only value

roll made. Ashton, just east of Saint Cloud. The millage can be variable, accommodating -
all round roofing ever The property which was held by Nor the needs of the city
lie was that tract afterwards knownas and county; but to have two valua-
f For more'than 20 years Bird's Paroid has the Blackwell place, which up to tions raises suspicions as to the correctness INDIALANTICByTheSea
ai a recent date was owned by S. W. of either-especially in the V
a solved the problem of roofs for new and Porter. Mr. Bryan says there wasa minds of investors from states 'where
i considerable delegation of the settlers there is but one assessor and valua-
I sold, buildings. It wean. wean. wean. ll but there was trouble of various tion.
sorts, and the 'freeze of '95 no CAROLYN H. MURPHY.
has made good on farm buildings, depots alarmed the investors that they disposed .

; and manufactories. Its the ideal:dependable the north.of their holdings and left for More About The PoorfarmThe ii

o"-5' Precisely the purpose of the data writer hereof, being new in The One Natural Ocean Townsiie onFlorida's
gathered by Mr. Norlie was not '
this neighborhood, is not informed '
made known by the questioner-but on subjects and especially East Coast -.(
tell it's NOW many
Come and let why
() in us you that he received "a vast sum of in happenings among county officials. r.

loa good buy and why we bask' Bird's Roofs formation" was his declaration after But in this lack of information, he is
his talk with Mr. Bryan. not alone. It i Iii ever the part of man to add the modern convepiences to

.. "':' to the limit What was written\ by myself and the beauties of Nature before these advantages of Nature are utilized.
r i A child can't get strong and robust" Bem alone is impracticable but Utility makes
". published In' your excellent paper t ':. .0. Ere e while. Worms eat away its strength Ideal.! This wonderous of Nature is fast being turned into '
SON......L..ns. w..1'ISa' ; was in a measure freely discussed the spot: V
.
\ ... and vitality. A dose or two. ofWhite's
I Ideal Nature's'beauties all the modern improve.
fI" with some leading citizens of:. Osce the, by adding; to
'
} E ( ,. Cream Vermifuge puts the ments of our best city home's.. This beauty spot has been made accessible >
ii For Sale ola county who were not even certain
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By ,, -'
,; little one on its feet again Price, 35c.
; of the Melbourne-Indialanttc
to- the construction '
by
man
a .. that the owned farm.
'J 1"-I"\I" oc-.7- "' .. county. a ..
"; ,Sold by J. Z. .Roberson. .
> Truly The Gazette hal.not made the Bridge across the Indian, River. Nature's wild beauty "is .heing.. .'.
'CERTAINLY VERY CHEAP matter very clear in its. latest issue transformed into the' Ideal by man with his modern machinery.! -
::3 J L AY. B. Makinson Company 1 of. the paper. When man completes his task and spends his million, then will
.' AT: $405,845 PER ROUNDThe No fault is being found with that Indialantic be the spot Ideal."

4 total gate receipts for the paper for its delinquencies that I What'-does man get for his million? Here- -ia your answer:
Dempsey-Carpentier boxing contest line, but if such things have been Over 35 miles of paved street, double that number of miles of cement -
] ; Phone 123 KISSIMMEE 308 Broadway amounted ttf /l.623,380/ Tex Rick- published from time to time manyof walks, a board walk twenty feet; wide extending 1V4 miles
ard, promotor of the bout, has an the citizens seem to have failedto along the ocean front and more than 6,000 shade trees. In addi-
noun ed. The net receipts have not.j- read or remember it, and to press tiop to all these things the owner of Indialantic will construct a
I . been calculated.-. the matter on their attention might bath house (35000.00; ); build a fishing pier in the ocean and an-
prove profitable. other in 'the Indian River and will furnish tropical and
-- --- -- -- -- - -- a park
As -the information now stands the children's play grounds, also an ocean pavilion, a salt water bath'J
county does not seem to have pre- ing pool, a sulphur water swimming" pool a yacht harbor, a .powerhouse
pared a single 'acre, or part of one electric club house golf and
t an lighting system, a a course
ttI for that matter, as men who are in tennis courts.
the farming and rucking businessin
the trucking centres would All Lots Restricted as to Cost aDd Plans of Buildings. constructed

Bigger, Stronger( More Durable mend.. On a recent visit to recom'I'I, thereon. IIIt.-

writer was shown many thousandsacres I Prices
$600 to $1500
u tiled and suitably prepared for

Than Ever Before trucking, and these acres are producing ., AM the' above Improvements included.
results. No step has been \ .
taken-as the writer has been able
I.". to learn, to make the experiment
e suggested. ''The county commission
ers may have had such a plan in INDIALANTIC SALES COMP'Y\t\
o For months, we have worked to make mind, but the several persons interviewed ,
a knew nothing about it.

-4 s i Goodyear Tires for passenger even In writing of theses.things it is not Sales Manager: HENRY O. HART.
for the of criticising what
better., We have increased the size of the commissioners purpose may or may not WITH H. M. BREAKER REALTY COMPANY
have done, but to get the matter on
our clincher type-Goodyear Cords, the minds of the tax-payers, who | Telephone 230 KISSIMMEE 115 Broadway *
are the real concerned. a
persons
made the tread thicker, the carcass Now as claimed in the article in
question, the farm be
county may
;ti heavier, the bead stronger. Today our made not only self-sustaining, buta
real demonstrating farm
'county
:,r, lxxx larger size Cords are likewise bigger, that will prove the position taken to I . ooOto.ooooooOOOtOoo"oo" "oooooooooo0I
the investors ,
outside world of .
i -stronger, more durable.And fabric source of revenue and a means of I J. R. CLAY MONROE THOMAS '
publicity as well.
$' tires, and inner tubes, too, show It is to be hoped that ho county
\ official shell take offense at what has CLAY
added value. Whatever car you drive, been said or written, but all county :THOMAS
officials should consider that they
;. there are improved Goodyear Tires are only\ public servants, and that
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4' the public is entitled to information
and Tubes now ready for it, at the as to their public doings.
The complaint mentioned in The OLJFR"SATISFIED SLOGAN : +
f nearest Goodyear Service Station. Gazette of July 1, about the sale and
purchase of the county farm is a [ CUSJOMRS"4[

r THE GOODYEAR TIRE &. RUBBER COMPANY case in point. Whatever public servants ,. .
do let' the know all
public ..\...
; ,;; Offices Throughout the World about itl I Then we shall know' if we 000. 1. _
have a county farm or not and whatit
I,. costs. Just give the public the The Same Excellence of Service >and the Same ;
i-1-, -; facts and figuresand_ they will '
F Y' know whether you should go on witha Fair Treatment Will Be Given All Patron

AI I good .work: --or. get off the perchlet ....
us send someone who can -oOo-- \>
. .
.
/ commissioner
A'county was once and all repair work will 'be guaranteed be ,sin
,1 heard >to say: "We commissionerscould to high-grade '
T4 .' -, do a lot .better if let alone t" service patrqDal.j'.I01i ''
at minimum Your t d.
.. a price.
; ... Maybe' so, bat the business done : ;
d (. ; to' by the county commissioners, and
-- It .. all'' other public'- officials is. the tax CLAY & TIlQMASd..
payers-citizens' business and they
.., ... ..
.. haver chosen you to do itl! Were any
1 ;' t't'r :lpthc,; ;: i/NIJ I d N J.-.... ,J1 1hr-- .,. ,- a' e: ". ,..., lMP7."' .. -N "- .,, _: 4's- .9.t jJ'IIl were to1'fail/ to look after the company Stewart AYI... Carat, PIa.*. 22. IX1sii, .-.. .

business-fail .to know aU of

J. . -- the: detail to'vwould not be long nn-
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HE. THE 1lPMK ,VALLEY ,GAZETTE, FRIDAY. JULY a. ItZl i.. ,. .

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? t" .'.t. ....... It. It. . front of the Court:; House door In the courthou**. In Klaalmm*. Florida, at dsmanda duly verlfted by tlil.'C aL%
I City of Klaalram* Osoeola 'County 10:00 o'clock ."mv on the' Sta day of *lth$ parson. or' by -aom. ofHoer
[ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSNiI j1 Florida on the ruLe day la Auust. August 1IS1. for a& order to cell the of the1;' corporation making said
l.ll. the .m.- being the ... daytb.reof interest of Ulmer 'Colony and Ida ,cl&tms.'. before th. said. Special
We. handle all .classe* of ... _c ** the equity of the said d.f..-.- Lou Colony. 'minors at private or M..t.rl' or before the first day
ant IB the following property. public Ml*, aa the Judge; of said .mbe... A.. Do 1021.B .
Court order.>'ln and to the followIng ( ); Claim. shall be
.0" FINAL 'DUOHARGBI In Osceola county. Florida to-wit wit; nay prayed
: ------ Lot 10 Block 92. St. Cloud. Lots twenty-four (14) and tw..- described real estate In Oaceola on the basic otaliowano. of in, -- -
Real Estate' .. ... .,'.... .r C...,., 3.8*.. ..... The '*aid land being ...*...d at the ty-nve <*!) of W. H. Farmer's County.; Florida twltt Th 'foUow.ing terest to November 16th.1I2' tb.
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., FI...... 0.-.", C.t.lit !', date of lasuantre" of said certificate In Map of W. H. Farm. 1 land In, Township Twenty-five' date of thai -appointment of the
r the name of Unknown..' Unless- said I era Addition Co Prospect Park. South. Rang Thirty East; All (lea Receiverwithout prejudice to the
\: '-. tbs' JII.tate---Freel AdasuHta. certificate Bha.ll be redeemed ,according being a Subdivision of lot ..v- 'Southwest Quarter of Southwmt right of the claimants- claim ,'
-- NOTICE IS HBREBT GIVEN to aU to law, tax: deed will Issue thereonon ...ntjr-nln ( T 9 > of Florida La4Improvement Quarter!) of Section Two: all North ::otr.o'n: : : upon
: whom It may oonorn. that on tb. llth the 16th day of July A. D. 19S1. pany.'' Addition Half Fire Insurance da r.of .:Jul,.. A. IX 1911, J ahall apply .J.. L. OVBR9TRBET. I i to the Town of KjMlmmoa' Florida Northwest Quarter.) of Section Three; be due on said claims respectively .
to th. Clerk J Quarter of Northeast Quar- on the said 11th day of No-
Honorjtbl: T. I.,: Corner Judss Circuit Court. bunt a part of Section ,11, Northwest ,
of ...hl Court' aa Judc; of Probat.. Ooola Count Florldi. Township II South Rang It teeter Southeast Quarter of North.east vember1 Itto..
for pr nnal dlsoharft. a. Bzoutrlzef : (Circuit Court Seal) S7-lt East Osoeola County, Florida. I Quarter and Southwest Quarter (C):' Any party to said oause'
th. cstet. of Fred 'Adamson. doeaawd. .- aid property. satisfy of Northwest Quarter of- Section Five aid Receiver any party who..
\ " maf that at the cam Urn I NOTICB or. AFPI>ICATIOIf FOR TAX the decree, of this: ,nourOIndt. cost Dated this t" day 01 July _lIlt, flies his claim or dems.ndin accordance ..
-, and Rentals ; will prent my final account a. Bx.- J1BSCO. ;:W. Z. 8TBBD. MAT J1.. CONO T.-' with this kald ordr may
i ; eutrl of aald .Itate,and oak for their "' ta.ter. ... Guardian of Ulmer 'Conolsyand M* with the said special Master
approvaL Notice "is hereby give,, .aat Ruth A. MABRT '*. CARI.TIONUI? Ida Lou Coloney.. (0-il within twenty (10) days after
5atd Har. 11. ,A. D. mi. Kenney,. purchaser of Tax Certlnoat Solicitors foy Complainant.' Itt ,September tat. 1911. an answer
H 'f. .. ZOA ADAMSON.' No. 1101. dated the Sd day of June: Nea -" objecting to any claim or demand
: -oOo ->t ..- K: *outrUc. D..19l.bas Sled aaldcertificate In NOTICE or APPLICATION POE TAX ........ 'The C.aditI..' .f filed with-the said Special'Masterand / ,
my mad applicationfor DEED THB BANK.-OP OSCICOLA.COUNTY. may; contestthe same
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In Circuit Court for the Ber.nt enth tced..sndtob Issue In accordance .* Iflaelsssstrti .. the State .(.Klertea.t . (D>r The .said Special Master.. 1. .. -
A Notary Public in(our offlc '< Judicial Circuit of the Slate of Flor- with' law. Said certificate embrace Notice I. hereby.. given that Tsaao tb., .!_ *f fcaBtBee Jmmm se,, 1M1f to UiVMtlgat all -.1..... and demands -
: Ida In an4, for ,Osoola County. In the following described property. situated Turner, purchaser .of TaK SDOLL. *o died before him and tm
Chancery. Henrietta Baa*, a widow. In Osceola county, Florida.-- No.' 45*. dated the Id day o.rUftoat.1: f r" Uti to hear proof and argumenFa, an.swer.
: : I and Hudson Bass unmarried., com- ,"- -- D. lilt has filed Bald certificate In Loans on Real E.tats------9 14104.40 and obJ.ctioiWnid, and 1*
.4," -000- pial nan I.. .... Robert 'I(. Evan.) .- It aI.' WLots 11.' 11. and 14 Block' 110 Saint my office, and has mad application I Loan on Collateral Security to report thereon both a. to the 'r'
respondent. Bill to Quiet Tltl.. Or Cloud., for tax deed to Issue In accordancewith < Other than Real v.Estate__ $3,972.79All mount justly owing to the said j
der rllr atto- Th State of The said land bejng assessed at the law. Bald certificate embraces I other Loans and Pis- creditor, and a* to ,the "' rul:1.\ ;
t.rUbll date of issuance or said certificate lq the following described property, situated counts -u._..._._.._._i. 108.670.8 which the creditors Cr. :.
Robert Minnie Ellsa the name of St. Cloud Canning' Com In Osceola 'count,.. FlorIda. to- Overdrafts ->________-___ 175.74 entitled to payment. Bald Special '";.
Nelson i rookIn Jrnnl.YAnlror: .. and Joseph pany.. Unless said certificate shall be wlU State. County, and Municipal Master m.,. In his discretion or. .,.;;
Realty O. Torrey. her husband: Tou and each redeemed according to law, tax deed Lots 1, 1. I, and 4. Block *!B, Saint I Bonds ______..____.___-- 1.100.00 der proof In support of claim (
: olyou are hereby commanded to appear will Issue thereon on-the ISth. d.101/ Cloud. Stock of Corpor.tlon.11.960.00- contested and un-contested and 1.u..h
In. the above entitled cause on July.: A. D. 1921. The said land being assessed at the Banking House, Furniture on all contested claims uhaIf give s
the 4th day of .:July A. D. Ktlj: and to J. L. OVKRSTRHJBT. date of Issuance> of said certificate In I and Fixture I .------.-__ 16.846.80 notice to the creditor andJ1.ont..tlrur
Company Al| person claiming an Interest In Clerk Circuit Court the name of 8. H. Reed Unless Oilu>.>_jEleal: Estate _______ 678.66' .' creditor as may' In his 4
the Southwest quarter of the North'eaat Oaceola County Florida. said certificate shall., be redeemed according Claim and other Resources* 4,117.44 dlscTntlon be sufficient for a. full J
quarter and th* West half of the (Circuit Court SoaL) S7ttNOTICB to law tax .deed will Issue I Hue from Incorporated Banks 7.1,116.74 hearing upon such contested
Boutheaat quarter- -of Section7.. In thereon on the 1st. day of-AUKust, A. Checks and Exchanges -forClearing claim. .::0
f Township S* South Range S9 East of OF SHERIFF'S ALE D. un. : I I ________________ 7.7M.76 (Et SaId Special Master Isdl ,tl(
. Tallahassee meridian.$ In Osreola Coun J. L, OVEHSTREET, I bash. on Hand .___________ I9.80J.24- rected to proceed with all reasonable !,.
t ty. Florida under Robert M. Evan J. Under and by virtue of an execution : Clerk .Circuit. Court. Oco- City-- Warrants___--_--___ 1.166.40 diligence. and make and file., J
: W. Collier and Narclssa P. Collier. hU County- -Warrants ., 141.46 In writing, his said report or reports (\
WE MOVE THE EARTH! Is.Uedout of-and under the -seal - -- ola County. 'Florida. ,- -- --- .\
wit.. M. 3. Hicks Minnie Ellsa Brook- of the Circuit Court of Osoeola coun (Circuit Court Seal. ) t5t on al. claim or demands'which
Ins. Minnie K. Torrey and Joseph a. ty. State of Florida, under date of Total _..________________I478.J87.61 havebeen filed and prented *-
Or Anything On Top The Earth to and
him the filingof
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t Torrey her husband. Raymond V. La- June 24th 19SO. wherein George W. NOTICE upon ,,
nler a bachelor. 'Liudden-Campbell-. Notice !I. that theBoard LIABILITIES DOLLARS said reporthe Is requested to ,Ii
Mann I* plaintiff and E. L, Lesley A. hereby given
HTphlh Company a corporation. and W. K. liasa.and-Hull Baas are-defendant -ofCounty- Commissioner; -. CapltalBtockJLald1n..1.u.tlto.uolJo : ) noUf".l1' parties presenting.plalms. , $I:.
YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS B. Maklneon$ Company of Klsnlmmee. I have levied upon and will offer for Oaceola Florida will nit an Deposita 1 ii Subject Ml I < : "I ; of:the 1I1In.-th.reot, and

f' Or Anything That Can Be Moved Florida., a Florida' corporation .successor ale andtSell to the hlgheat and best. aWl.ntlio: : on the h" to Check _______________ S67.SS4.S7 any party such to said claim cause or holdIng m;1
demand
*o' : W. Maklnson: : Company a TIme Certificates. of Deposit 8.278.11 any or
bidder for a.h. at the front door of of July: A. D. 121. for the purpose ofequalizing
Florida corporation or any of them the Court House at Klaslmmee Osce the valuations on both Certified Checks ___u______ 3407.49 filed as aforesaid or said Receiver.may i
If any of the same be deceased or de- ola eouaty Florida, on tho. first Mon real and personal propertv In i said Cashier'Checks Outstanding I.J88.77 within' twenty (SO)f.Ch'r '4
Get our price before., having .your funct. or otherwise claiming; an Inter- day, of May. 1921. the Paine being the county aa fixed by the tax assessor Havings Deposits -._______ Tl.'ft7.S$ the data of the filing report i
hauling done. eat therein: Tou are hereby commanded Snd day of said month and a. legal and to hear complaint and receive Hills Payable ____________ None file specific exceptions thereto. '
Exceptions filed will
to appear In the above entitled ales day. and between the hour of testimony .. to the value of any property Notes and Bills Rldls- not so 'l-
cause. on the lit day of August, A. D. eleven o'clock A M. and, two o'clock as assessed by. the county' .....- counted _-:--__.....___-- None andI not be no considered exceptions by the'are Court filed, .. "_"';,,
P. M. of said day the following described aor of taxea. "
W. H. JONES.,TRANSFER COMPANY WITNESS the Honorable C. O. Andrews. real estate situated In said J. I* OVBRSTRBBJT Total _:.____-____--_--___$47 ,SS7.6S within said twenty (SO) day per.'iod. ",
the will j
report stand COIInrm..d
PHONE tl-3 as Judge of hrh.c.l": court. Osceola county Florida, proparty (Commr' Seal) "'.
and my' name aa and the of the defendant Rau.Ut Basa. to Clerk of the Board of County State of Florida ) .'
or L.._ Or4.r.., OtcmflThat's H.rll..re C.. saul of eald Court at Klsslmmee. Oace satisfy said execution and costs to- Commissioners of Oace<>laCounty County of Oseoola )ss.: Datedat Klaslmmee Florida, thlfj
7tb day of July A. li 1921.
ola County Florida. on this the Xlst I L. H. Cashier of the above- ,to
aedge.
wit: Lot 1. the East half of Lot I. and > Florida. 1..lt MILTON PLEDGER. :
day of April. A. D. 1911. Lots 4. 6 and 6 of Block One (1) ; Lots named Hank do solemnly swear that I ;
Special Master In thl* Css*. 'Is,
J. 1... OVBRSTRERT, 6. 6, 8. 10. 11, 12 IS NOTICE OF ELECTION the aboVe statement Is true to the State Bank Building. '4,'
(Circuit Court Seal) 116I.aci I7Bl' : I
16 >C Two (S) : Lots best of my knowledge and belief.L. Klsslmmee, Florida. St-4t
Clerk Circuit Court.' Osceola' 1. S. S. 4. 5L 6. 7. 8, 9. 10, 11. 12. 18. Notice ts hereby given that an elec- H. OB DUE. Cashier. .
County Florida. 14 16. Id, 18. I'. SO. 21. I.. SS. 24. 26. tfon will be held In Special Tax School CORRECT-ATTEST: I
cou Z..rt"S'compl.1n.nt. ItlitNOTICE 16' and 27 of Block Three (2); Lots I. District, No. S. otherwise known .. DR. T. M. RIVERa .............. ... .... ... V
fiXING FORDS D 9. 10. 11. IS. IS. 14. 16 and 16 of Block the Narcooasee School District on M. I. STOUT. I"
Five (6); All of Block Six (6) : All of Tuesday August .. A. D. 1911. for the F. W. HILL.Director Cowpeaa, Velvet Beans. Sorphum ... -41
TO CHRDITORS AND
Block Seven (7): All of Block Eight purpose of determining"" who shall ..
and
OTHKHS. (8) ; All of Block Nine (9) and all of serve as school trustee of said. district Subscribed and sworn to before me Millet are scarce.but ; 1
4 Block Ten. (10) of the Florida Fruit for the. two year. next after the this 6th day of July, 1921.B. we have high quality stock *
Notice I* hereby given: to all creditors \\i Belt Sales Company's 8ubdlvl.lonNumb..red election. and for the further purpose B. LUMBARD. for immediate shipment. Send ",' ,
leg-atees. distributees and One (1). according to the of determining the number of mills Notary Public, State of Florida JForChronjC'Leglllcftrsf
in
peraona having claims or demands Official Plat of the said subdivisionas of district school tax to bs levied and My Commission expires February your order which will 'We .
against. the estate. of Ida L. Pfann. recorded among the Public Recordsof collected. annually fr the said two IS. 1916. filled at our lowest prices or <
late of. Osceola. County. Florida -di.ceased. Oaceola county. Florida. In Plat yearS.. (SEAL) SO-lt if prefer write 'or wire us J f"
to present the came to theundersigned ,
Our
SpecialtyOf Book No. 1, pages 66 and S6; also the The following persona are appointed for reasonable list and
at Klsslmmee. FlorIda. South half of the Northeast quarter; as Inspectors .and clerk of said N. SOT price d
within two years from the Id day of the North half of the Southeast.quarter election: R..." .* Th. C........ .* catalog. Can supply all 'leading ; .. 1"
June. A. D. 1S11 ; the Northeast quarter of the Dan Smith C. E. Alligood. .and Ernest THE HANK! OK SAINT CLOUD varieties of vegetables and ', ": ;'
Co r,e, We De AD Vari.tiet ef HENRT M. PFANN. Southwest quarter and the South half Young. inspectors. ; and Vector .t Salt ('..... !. the State ef VlerMa.t '"XJ'
Bzecutor of the Last Will and of the Southeast quarter of the Northwest Hill clerk. the clow .f ......._ ...... SO.IM1.: field seeds. Martin' Hy-Test":
Testament of Ida L. Pfann, de- quarter of Section Nineteen (!'), Done by order of the Board of Public Seeds will insure good crops.C. I ,
Aatos.et] Work Aad We De IfRijht ceased. I5-.t. Township? Twenty-five. (2B) South. Instruction of Osceola County. RESOURCES DOLLARS
Range Thirty 1 (10)) : ; NEI4 Florida, this STth day of June, A. D.. Loans on Real E..taleU7lil..00 A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY : .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS of NW% and NWH raIl and fractional im. Loans on Collateral Security '
NE14 of NEK! of See. 16 Twp. W. C. BASS. Other than Real Estate._, 6t.161.07 JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 1,1'',
Im- Crt of.The c...., ,J.&... Osce
iii, Ranarf" SO; WA! of NW14 -atid-frac- Attest: Chairman.C. All- other Lioahsand Uls- .
,,p,00ep.,..,,,.., .,
ola Cmmmtr. State ef FiorIda.iln ., tlonal BWK of NEK of Sec. 16. Twp. E.. YOWELL. counts __________-___.______ C,5.16C.4I
15. R. 10. County Superintendent and Overdrafts ...____________- None _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ '
re Estate of Francis L. McOulre. This the first day of April. 1921. Secretary of the of United States Bonds ___-n__ 1.10 4'SPRAYiNGf
Eddie Hansell To all Creditors, Lesratees. Distribu L. R. FARMER. Public Instruction.: Bo..rdu-6t State. County and Municipal '

tees and all Persons having Claimsor Sheriff of Osceola Bonds --_,-_______--___-- 4.800.7 ,
Demands against said Kutata: County. Florida. NOTICE OK EXKCUTOK FOR' FINAL Banking House, Furnitureand : !
You and each of you. are hereby DISCHARUMI Fixtures _____________ T.E78.60
I No. 18 Emnett Street notified to present any claims and demands The sale In the above-stated case Is Claims and other Resources. 84.40 ;

c which you. or either. of you hereby continued and the .. Ceart of Cmmmlr Jada*,' State Due from Incorporated Banks 10,704.7 "
may have against the estate of Francis erty Is advertised. to be ..:':tldolrrrg; of Florida, Ospvola CeHty. Checks and Exchanges for

I* McQuIre; deceased, late of SaintCloud sale day In June 111 between the Clearing _________________ 1.166.M
-c Osceola county, Florida. to the hours of eleven o'clock a. m. and two In the Estate of Albert Eyre' Drought Cash on Hand 8,803.91Accrued I HAVE 'A HYDRAULIC
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DR. ,R. J. DENNING undersigned: executor of aald estate o'clock p. m. of said day the same Deceased. Interest =:::::::::=:::. 1.100.67: 'WlLL'
within two years from the date here- being the 6th day of June next. NOTICE! IS HEREBY GIVEN to all POWER SPRAYER -

DENTIST of.Dated This the 28th day of April, 1821.I whom It may concern. that on the Total --.__-- _._____$187.780.8 SPRAY ANY TRE AND.
May 10 A. D. 1911. R. FARMER. Hth day of August. A. D. 1921. I shall .:.:.:..::.: I .
Over the Postof flee. DAVIDLAW.. Sheriff of Oaceola apply to the Honorable T. N-.. Comer LIABILITIES DOLLARS WILL DO THE WORK THOROUGHLY :
OFFICE HOURS: to 1S:30.: 1:10: to t. It-St. County, Florida. Judge of said Court. as Judge of Probate Capital Stock Paid In_____._(16,000.00 ,
Residence Phone 174- for my final discharge as Executrix Surplus Fund ______________ 1.600.00 -
Kim. SMSSTATH The Bale In the above-stated case Is of the estate of Albert Byre Undivided Profits (Less Expenaea I guarantee to give perfect1
Office Phone158P. TRIUAllltrRY DIIIPART1II1I:1'IT.: continued and the deceased and that at the and Taxes __ Hill
hereby Drought )
raid
OH-. .....OR.U.4O..CIII OFCOMPTROLLER. erty Is advertised to I>B ..:'::1ldoJ'rrg; same time I will present my final accounts Dividends Unpaid __Uu____ 1.600.00 service, and can give quick : -
.. TALLAHASSEE-) sale day In August 1111. between the as Executrix of said estate and Individual Deposits- Subject work. Will use any spray desired
hours of eleven. o'clock a- m. and two ask for their approval. to Check u________- 8.6.111.10 -and furnish material If;
Whereas by satisfactory evidence o'clock p. m. of said da>y, same being Dated June 19, A. D. i 19S1. Demand Certlflcates< -
presented to the undersigned It ha.been _-_ .______ owner wishes. My prices are'
the first day of August next. HELEN K. DROUGHT posit __u__ ___ 8,500.00Time
: A. VANS AGNEWATTOBNETATIjAW mad to appear that a banking This the X4th day of June, Itll.Lv 19-8t Executrix Certificates of Deposit. 17.110.68 very modest. Drop me a card,
association under the name of Merchants R. FARMER. Certified Checks .... 14.70 and make
---- --- and I will see you
and Farmers Bank of Klsalm. :
Sheriff of Oficeola NOTICE) .OF APPLICATION FOB TAX Cashier's Check Outstanding 1L.177.IS '
., OFFICES m...,- located at1 Klaslmmee, FlorIda 18-et County. Florida. DBlE Due to Incorporated Banks.. 8,600.00 ,arrangements. J .
and organised under the Laws of Saving Deposits. ,....,__.___ 41,181.11 '
116 South OrangeAvenus. Florida ha. compiled with all the ADMINISTRATOR'* NOTICB TO.BRI.IiHHAIj NOTICE "'%S HEREBT ''QIVHlW' that .M. WATSON .

.. provision required to ,be compiled BUTATIO, C. A. Btraub, purchaser. Certificate Total __. ...... .. .,. ... '
a'f.ad.tlg ----- -, '
If Fieri! with by the Banking; Law of Florida No*. 1ST and 1X8.; the Sd : :::::. Rural Rout No. 1, KUahsBsee.
Orlando! before an association shall be author I. Cmmrt ef Ci..ty .I..... State efFlorid day June, D. 1915 and of Tax State of'Florida )
sad to commencethe, business. of *). Oise *la C....,.. O.A..I8. dated the Id 'dayof "- County of Osceola .)ss.: 444$ ,,.$.,. ,. ,, :
Home Address: Banking. June A. D. 1 has 1. e. R. Bleech. Cashier of the abov.n.m.d .'
Amos.
Flerida NOW; THEREFORE t Ernest In re Estate of William C* Gilbert tificates In yll officeand"dbldmcA' Bank do solemnly swear that
Winter Park.. Comptroller of the State of Florida Samuel F- Gilbert Nellie M. Gilbert. application for .tax deed to. issue-In tha&bov..ta.tem..nt_ Is_true. to-tb* -
.. by Ylrt.ueorthL authority.-vest.d-. In and AuieliaLOilberttInors.Notice accordance with law. Said certificate best of m,.. knowledge and, belief.
me by Section 4111 of the Revised Is hereby given to all whomIt embrace the following described property O. R. BLEECH. Cashier.
General Statutes of the State ot Flor- may concern that Floaste Gilbert situated In Osceola county Florida CORRECT-ATTEST! fio h iadte
eI s e..i* s.efl. ssaa-T ida. o.rtlfy.tb..t -the Merchant and aa Guardian of the Estate of the to-wit: O. A. BLEECH.
Farmers Bxftk of lCrsslmntee-rf XI-*"- above minors, will, on the lid day of No. 117 of 111 begin 11 feet couth WM. H. ' NICLlFF1I.! ; : I
slmmee. In the County of Osceola and July.: A. D 19S1. apply to the Honorable and 1(4 feet east of northwest corner J. K. CONN. tIl ' t .. 'S
M. TILLER the State of Florida Is authorised to T. L. Comer County Judge: In Lot IS In Section Ss. and run south Directors. '
commence the business of Banking and for said County at his office In 645 feet east 1SS feet north B4I. feet Subscribed and sworn to before me Sv
I under tbe name above given with a Klsslmmee In said County at 10 and west 11 teat this ta. day' of July. 'mi. -
Real Estate Agency. capital stock of Twenty-five Thousand o'clock am.., or as soon thereafteras No. 1SS of 1118 Lot sT In Section LEON D. LAMB. ... : '
Dollar the matter can b. heard for authority II. Beingin: Township SB' South SEAL) Notary Public. \
._r---- I Given under my hand and seal ofofflee to Bell. at public OP private Range 18 East. '
and sold this twenty-third day of n'dTw.nt.on. ale, the following-described. real estate. No. M of. 1111. Lot. 9. 1*. 11, In !. the CIt C-*. ITtBj JmdletalClrralt. Abscessed :TpothKle., l1{
Realty Bought A. D. One Thousand Nine In said County', to-wit: Section 4. Being In Township tt 515.. .f FI._.. !. ..* "
Houses rented. .. Lots Seven (7) and Eight (S) of J.: South Range S* East and being. according '.r OscMlsi Cmmmtr, !a Chas '*>ry. 1fi
ERNEST AMO8. W. Adderhold Re-sub-dlvlslon of ; to the plat of Park Gardens.The
Taxes paid and Title verified OFFI'i; ut' jlft State of, Florida. Block K. of Robert Baa addition to aalfl lands being assessed at I Snow A Bryan Co., et ) ,Ask 'YeurDiuggist.tR'BI1CF'ASk;:
( )_ li-ll- the Town of Klaslmmee I City as perPlat the date of Issuance of said certificates al. > 'J
'-J for non-resident filed In the records of the Circuit In the name ot 3 J- Souders Complainant*. > .
Accident Insurance. "' NOTICB TO BIDDERS Court of Osoeola : County. Florida, W. R. Grimes and Unknown. Unless, .Ts. > \ -
Fire. Life and which application will be baaed uponthe said certificates shall be redeemed ac I ) Receivership.The . 1H-*
I Notice U hereby given that bid will, petition for such Bale now en file cordingto- law.-tax deed will Issue, Water Carson ) T ?***
be received by the Board of County' In said Court. thereon on the 8th day of August A. Grocery Company, a )
Indemnity Bond. Commissioners of Osceola county Dated June ZS, A. D. 1921. U. 1921. corporation. -- ) '
Florida up to and Includlns 10 a. m. FLOSSIE GILBERT J. I*. OVER8TREET. Reapondent. )
I
u.s.I.pS.ss s s SI on Monday, July: 11. 111. at the office It-It Guardian.ADMINITRATION Clerk Circuit Court.- N4VTICM.
.. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol J Osceola. County. Florida. TO ALL CREDITORS OF THW
aid county', at KIsBlmmee, Florida. for By S. H. Bullock. D. C' 30-61\ : WATERS A /CARBON GROCERY
O. F. KRIBBS W. J. 8TBBD the purchase of ONE HUNDRED (Cltatlea) COMPANY. AND WHOM IT MAY
THIRTY -THOUSAND Dollars ($110- In the Circuit Court. Seventeenth, CONCERN: 5'
KRIBBS & STEED 000.00) six percent serial TIME WAR- !. Cevrt .f tae c*..tr ........ Osceola Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida -I NOTICE.: Is 'hereby; given that on KISSIHNEirS
It RANTS. S -' c....,.. ..... .. ....rI... In and for the County of Oaceola,, the 7th. day. of July: A. D. U1I1. the -
Attrr. ... C...*..tmn. mt Law Full Information In regards to aald In Chancery: S. H. Owen as Receiver,, Honorable ("v O. Andrews Judge: of
K....__**. ........a Warrants may be obtained at the office Estate of David W. Carson. of The Waters A Carson Grocery' the above court entered. avi order In
mmm ef the Clerk of the Circuit Court: BY TIlE JUDGE OF SAID COURT Company a corporation. Complainant: ,, the Receivership proceedings now OSTEOPATHOFFICE 4
Qasr.I >itracrtle !. all Stat of Osoeola county. Florida at Klsslmmee WHEREAS .:J. Louis Travis has applied versus Milton Pledger. as Administrator I pending In said Court against The .
Val Certified. check In the amount ol on the estate of DavidW. annexe. of the Estate of Frederick In the above Styled cause, fixing the t
$3000 must accompany each bid. Cayson. deceased late of said Macintosh deceased, etc., et al. Re time for filing general and unsecured AT RESIDENCE:
RlKhts are reserved to reject any County of Osceola; spondents.' claims of creditors and referring the
and all bids. THESR ARK THEREFORE Tb cite The State of Florida to Frederick, aaane to the undersigned. Special Master Corner of Oy". Aveueasid 4
and admonish all and the u.... _.. ..._ ._ determination
CITYMEATJARKET J. OVERSTREETClerk singular .OOULU. r. "0 for bearing and
or; the Board of County kindred and creditors of said deceasedto Macintosh his wife of EdlnhorouRh. claasmcatlon, a.>s prescribed by said Ea..It'Street -
Commissioners of -Osceola be and appear before this Court on Scotland Kingdom of Great Britain. order vis: .

County Florida. X6t or_before the- lIt! day! of ,July. A. D. You and each of you are hereby (A) : The holder or holders of __ __ .____--1'
I.". ana me objections. If any th.Y commanded to appear In the above unsecured claims or demands n '
IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE have, to the granting of Letters of styled cause on the 6th day of September against, The Waters A: Carson Swelling caused by insect bites can
OF .AR COHOON. NOW! Administration on said estate, otherwise A. D. 1S21.WITNKSS Company and all persons be reduced Ballard's Snow'
2'r"l by using
HCM: the same will bn granted to saidJ. The Honorable C. O. An- ; :: any Interest or any
Louis Travis or to some other fit drew. Judge of the above Court and lien upon any funds or propertyof Liniment. It conteracts the poison
All persons having claims againstthe person or persons. my name as Clerk. and the seal of the said now, In the 'and relieves the irritation. Three
Fresh Metxt and above-named estate will present WITNESS my name as County said Court. at Klsslmmee. OsceolaCounty. possession "roT"nYh" celv..r, are.required sizes 30c 60c and $1.20 bottle.
them. duly authenticated to the undersigned Judge of the County aforesaid this the Florida this 6th day of July, to file written statements per. :
for settlement, and those 18th day of June: A. D. 1921. A. D. f 21. ; of theirsaid clnlms and Sold by J. Z.-Roberson. ':

Vcg1ab1esPhone being Indebted to said estate will (Seal) T. L. COMHR 3L.. OVBR8THEKT. f. i\\
make payment to the. undersigned the 28-4t County Judge.iiTO Clerk Circuit Court, O..o.laCnunty .,
legally appointed guardian. Florida.
IRA WETHERBKE.J74f : .V( CHRDITOHS t Circuit Court Healr '--- I
Klsslmme. Florida. Kfunns & HTEEI>, f
44. .. Co.rt nf The 4'ouBly" ......,. Osveola Solicitors fnr Complafnant. 30-9t Life Is Not Dull
-J NOTICE County", fttate of l/lortda.
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KOTICF' TO ('RFBITOltllI. I .
._ Notice Is hereby. given that T will In re Estate of Joseph Root. Deceased.To . Court of 'I'fce C'.".,,, Judge, 0...., .. ';1 .
O. P. QARRTt apply to the Honorable T. L. Comer all Creditors Legatees, Diet rlbu.t. .1. (....,,.. Htmtr of Kl.rt l.. )
Pat Johnston:
County Judge of Oaoeola county Florida ..... and all Persons having Claimsor In r. Estate of Harrison flro\ll, JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW on July 16. 1821 at his ofhte In Demands against said Estate: To all Creditors Legatees, Distribu X I
the Court House at Klswlmmee Florida You and each \\ot you. are hereby tee and all Persons having (,Ialm..- :

Cor an order authorizing: the sale notified and required to present any or Demands against said Estate: Blue-life doesn't seem worth the Urine '
of the Interest of C. L. Hyatt. Jr. and claims and demands which you or You. and each of you, are hereby -* I'
Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Band Mendell Jackson: Hyatt minor. In and either of yoU. may have against the notified and required thy any your: best friends. annoy you-everything aoee'J ".. i!
Buildmff. te'' the South fifty feet of Lot Four. estate, of Joseph: Root, deceased late chums and demand h.-: U. or '
Block One, of Robinson' addition to of Osceola county Florida to the undersigned either of you. may have against the wrong? Chances are, your liver .is out of 01'4_. "J .. t

JtI88IDBI&LORID.. Klsslmmee.. FUjrUla- r, BT ATT. _ within administrator two years' from of the said data estate estate. late of of-*Jsrrlson Osceols Broughton.countyrFlorida deceased to- Unless you fix :Jt..up, ..things': ,., likely :"to t.. ...... '"..,. '

Guardian of C. L. Hyatt. Jr.: hereof. the undersigned Administratrix>> of worse to-morrow.: You can't, find' anything tbd .. .
J.'W. THOMPSON and Mendell Jackson: Hyatt. Dated June: S7 A. D. 191. said e.tate within two year from the ,J
relieve
IZ.UNOTICB PHACE ROOT date hereof. II will you mere quickly& and effectively thasj ((.

!) 29-8t .., Administrator. Datod. July P. lilt
Funeral directorLICENSEo'tMBAlMER or APPLICATION rOB TAX: fbt. BROUGHTON. Dr. Miles9 Liver Pills t. .

I DB&>>. NOTICB OF iAUC.Under S0t .. Administratrix. .

Notice I. h..r..by'artyen that Weston and by virtue of a decree entered NOTICE OF GUARDIAN- .AL" Just take"' couple when you' go to feed ti '

Bailey purchaser! of_ T.a CertificateNo. In certain cause pending In feel :
t' Ill. dated the Id day of June A. the Circuit Court ef .Osoeola County. Notlo Is hereby given that the undersigned. night You'll a lot better in the mondntx _

: D. Kit baa filed said'certificate In my Florida In Chancery wherein D. M.Partrtck" May U. Conoly. a*. guardianof .. For chronic coaitipation and a* an cxasjoaal isamlyef" littlvpit ,, _
fflca, and 'has made application for Is complainant and Ida M. th* person and property of UlmerConoley .. "..., -r' .
-T : tax: :deed to: Issue In accordance "withlaw. Kelly: and Daniel.. Kelly, frer husban-l. .and .Ida.- Lou Conol jr...,wlll ,. work like otagic.: .T -w '.* / : .{
,.1 !Btore find"Chapel.L Stewart,;,Ave. Said certificate embraces the aredet.nda.ts>- I. will sell to, the apply th. C01J"tJ'u..e of.Osoaola. ", "u.f' ._.::. "._....yl _ft:......; 1't"t< -t,
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JD.1ltVV1II" :HiORIPA Uowlnf described .property situated hlflileat and .b..t bidder for ..,11, In Couaty, riorlda. at ".!. oU4I, iaikea a ,.. .5. t'I -

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t Watch For Dodgers Announcing Specials for $Saturday.' -:-. L Leave Your Hemstitching and Picoting .With,' Us-Prices Reasonable' ,- *;


. r; Take Advantage of the.. Remaining 'Four Days DOLLAR LIMIT STORE G. W. PERSONS COMPANY; Kissimmee, Florida 'I

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I[ I NOTES FROM S1. CLOUD EVERY AND CANCELLED COUPON "'

.. IN CLERK'S
" Mr and Mrs: Joe Clyde and Mr. i
and Mrs. C,, M. Clyatt, of Kissim Pat 'Johnston ,
mee, were guests on. the Fourth of board informed the ;,
h Mrs. Clyde's parents. sioners on Monday that )
Mrs. Sarah Norris will 'sail from records of the county : \
Jacksonville next Monday for Vine. plete insofar that all A
land. New Jersey to spend the next and Coupons were not
: two months, rants have been issued ,I :
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Rose of these, and while the
Wood gave a tea to her circle of the the authorization and .
Improvement Club. Her guests were warrants showed the .
Mrs. Theo George Mrs. Potter Mrs. paid yet the absence o It'
Ansbaugh. and Mrs" William Phipps. and coupons rendered I
Henry Epple Miss Eda Epple ''e OTds. Mr. Johnston "
Miss Nellie Burns, and Miss Ella these cancelled 'dr
McAllister will leave on Monday fora tion be secured-and :I
.. month's vacation .at Coronado '

? -Teach.MlsirNetHe. Thu-na-waa-a--Kis.im! I DANCING..-.- =---- --- %

mee visitor on Saturday Excellent dances are'
County Assessor W. I. Barber and Bath-House Pavilion t
his family, of Carolina Station spent each Tuesday and
,
the greater part of the Fourth at In){, with music by ) ?
( t
Alligator lake. Four-Piece Orchestra. A
I i ; Anson McGill was a business caller vitation is extended. ;

,ii ? I j Mrs.at Kissimmee R. G. Reynolds on Tuesday.made a business GARETH HUGHES I' ('

I call at Orlando on Wednesday.Mrs. IN "SENTIME
; '|' J. F. Farris who has beeri I i

I ill, is much improved.P. A picture for young
D. Marine and family have -that is the /.! "
moved into the Turner property on be applied to .: '
\ Florida avenue.. version of Sir James
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(. MI'. .and-Mrs. H. O. Hopper are "Sentimental Tommy" ( ;
spending their vacation at Clear- ,I the feature at the
water. "". '. ,
.m'sdafas a special '
Mr. and Mrs J. F. Palmer left on doubtful that "
many ;
Wednesday for northern points who haven't fond
I a
. where theyLwill spend the summer. i my's, imagination and ;I
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Daniels and I
of the I
youngsters today
children Miss Ella McAllister and about him at one time
Miss Ruby Yeatman picnicked at I The V l :
Alligator lake on the afternoon of story begins I
: the Fourth. entrance with his sister '
: !. the Scotch village of [
his rescue of Grizel from
BARTON LAKE I youngsters who are .,.'
at her. It gives
,I showing Tommy's flights ;
Crops and groves' are splendid in I'ation which are humorous }
appearance. in. this portion of the some. The story takes .I....j
I county. 1 Grizel to maturity when -
: Mrs. Frank Johnson and little comes demented after
I daughter Muriel, are spending the childhood sweetheart
week with Mr. Johnson at his camp I woman in his arms. (
I ftn Barton IlIk."A'jLa ... scenes are dramatic and .
-- a "'
: and family and Miss I interest. I Ii
Sadie Tindall spent the Fourth at'' ';
Melbourne and Indialantic-by-the- URGING CATTLEMEN \.

( ) Sea.A . TO WIPE OUT
,'I delegation of Barton Lake citizens i
last Sunday attended the serv- AND. AID art J
ices of Rev. A. T. Atchison at Nar- ,'
coossee. (Continued from ,.
Mr. and Mr!!!. H. P. Tindall, of terests in raising cattle ( {-
Cocoa, visited their relatives' here on led them to support the .... i
Sunday and Monday. "The department III I'.
t garding the interstate 1;..
: BEAUTY SHOP OPENEDThe cattle from areas :.' :
: 'l
count of cattle ticks .
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Bonnie Belle Beauty Shop is for the shipment of ;
now open each morning from nine to designated points for .
noon. Modern. Sanitary Perfect slaughter.: In making ;
; work in. all lines. Appointments this purpose under the I ,
made' for other hours. Until phone ferred to the services t
((91)) .is installed please use phone of ment employe are> not 1'M; : :
I Dr. Derbyshire,' 1$4. Shop located : Since it appears that the ,
at '112% Broadway. -Mrs. Gladys Florida from which :
Alford. ship rattle interstate \
M'I other thanImmediat .' ';: : ....,
The United States is the Hot co-operating with l

arc-eat coal. exporter.---- -- .. Florida..in tick .)1(
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+ and certification of /
..... ;s'fit ::::::: quarantined area of .. ". if
=== terstate shipment."In :o!'
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,, c ;;;DR."IT.. M. RIVERS. L.tH.\ CEDGE M. / STOUT == <,"der that the \ 1 ?,
t 1 PrNlfl.n' a CiuAi.r Vic.PN.ifl.II' -::: in a position to ) '
eradication work In
.... .. ;::::::: dentally available for :
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tion of cattle for ; : ,., i '

This zation ment-it of is which suggested you that ,

:I : Do You Believe ? take up with the : t k';''''',

county priety of officials providing of for ; : ...J-.

_ fi I tion and the systematic fe.:
: = :. __ --000- cattle in the Florida ;;)
-.. = which the 'members of .d.
A think the zation are interested. !
= good many people = t : r
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provision has been made
The...Bank Withthe r
= world owes them a living. It doesn't. = may be In a position to "'i'"'
ployes to co-operate
1: The man L-who thinks._ the world owes cials and these employes ( .. -t I 'o'J i.

t Ability him a living will probably find it in available shipments to of certify cattle in to \r.i.''

'= -and ,the almshouse. That's not the livingWillingness with purpose.department

= you are looking for. It's a living composed = "Very truly yours I ,I
.. (Signed) "J. R. : .
.
..c = of the good things of life- a s "Chief of t: : : : : I'

: = to Serve home of your own J"'(. place free and = The following is the . ,.
,
Mr. Mohler to Senator
s ., clear. By putting every dollar you = "Hon. Duncan U. : I : I +, ,",

= possibly can into this Bank will "Dear Senator Fletcher : \ ,
DEPOSITS INSURfD \ you == is made to your letter ".

= get the living you are after. If you enclosing S. Summerlin letter of received \ ;; ,.

= don't pile up money here what has = da, requesting that a .
tor be sent to that state :
e e the future in store for you? tification of cattle- for : ,

a, = / == shipment.are :advised-Concerning that for I : ::: ; : : ::: '
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you
e' God tend every bird its food but he does not of years!! the bureau has ; I\ '
'' to interest the cattle : l 1 JJ-
it into the .- .
ida in the eradication of : \ : ; ""I'
tick in order .that more
cattle might be grown in 4..
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'3;....'." .. 1<< '? 1--- v-"". .. 'J l <,." ". =- quarantined on account f }
t :i1f : .Hoar. 9 A.'M:' to'3 P. 'M. ticks in the southern '
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'" "-1'!' 1 4f'> so far freed from ticu
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.'\ ;;rl1r "I' -.,. .'k'J'. . -', '..., as Its release from federal' ( I
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