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 22, 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: VID01021
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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t PLUNGED' TO DEATH \ JOINT .INSTALLATION:WAS ENJOYABLE' ,AFFAIRInstallation SAM BARBERS' WAIL LOOKS: UKE !BRYAN: MAiN ,STREET UNDER PROPERTY NEW OWNERSHIP, c'SSIO iS' "': .-. ,

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,WHEN AUTOMOBILE Saint Cloud No.of 66 the and new Osceola officers No.of .MET" WITH A BLUFF POSES LIKE BRYAN) 418 The Main excellence street baa residence this 'week located passed at 'THEN WLBLY' MHUY '
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140..1. O. O. had Into ,
F.. been planned for the hand of a new owner.
last Friday' evening. and it was '.expected and steps wilt be. taken to make the

VEERED Q FROM! .ROAD would be that,present.an Installing He, however deputy was .. HESAIO'T00' MUCH T AT'S:C. .w. GRIFFINEfsnii.ee formerly premises most Greensboro attractive.., North L. .B.Caro-Cole. OVER. EQUALIZATIM( ;HAl

". forced to be absent-and .at.the last lina, i* the new owner, and Mr*. Cola ___ :0.. '
Mrs. Rickard H. .,Breck :Quickly moment'..John''L, Overstreet was "ha. Saat BarINt'n.a HI*,'Tax** Resident b Perfect De.-. and the two children Laura and Jew- Eaaafixatien E.ard Members Ui"j t, '

-(- .,..?. Oat" WBB, CarDriTM. .by pressed Into service." '''It'was 'not new -Wen Rally] Ftr Lower.Thai Ja -, '.... .F.' Nebraska Vktiai ,of Fre* ell, are.already: .established in the ,lea 4 te Varieev Pl.lah Lewer Oa. "
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sy :--iter Hasbaad Overturns. work for himr-*ven If he. were 'a 'bit U6abl.-Tba. Sabidc: .deal. Mien"1J' home with Mr. C4>>1.., The family' '. -- .
Variety rf V.... V.
rusty;and be performed ther'work'with j' become a ..valuable ac :
promisesto -
;: ; the ..me' cleverness as ,of old. ik. ""Yes KUslmmee.. *, '- .
Shortly-:before the noon hour on Joy was the face of Sam Barber honey that's Mister Bryan 1'here'wa.* a full when ,
The affair1 took : ; membership f44r
place' in The sale ''
.made
Fraternity the
was 'through
"...Saturday Mm. Drock,. wif*"of Rev. when her commenced ,to. address go right up and speak,to him." ;" the combJiulonert.met
B. H.i'.'Brock. died from the effect hallp'and, following the e erci.ell the commissioners on Mond.ythatbod7 "Sure: that''BU agency.of D. M. Boyte. on .Monday
... thee were seventy-five partaking of, 'Bryan, boj: better for the purpose of,equalising all the i ,
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:-=. ef the overtuminjr of the car being a fine repast .placed upon the tables sitting as a board ofequalisatfon .hit. him now ft a Job." : Miss France Krits i*' now in, the, assessment and making.' the : budget
driven by her -husband death re- ;. and he ;was sure that a reduction "Oh, Mister Orange for the
that were dressed tin becoming 'man Btyanever''aincefath- General hospital at Orlando, incoming year. For conven t,
Bulling immediately: folovflng her release ner with an",asortment'' .of flowers.:' of his assesemegt'would. followhis er has been In Where she is undergoing treatment. fence the. cession wa. held in the di.-
from the:wrecked machine. Both lodges are rapidly strengthenbig opening words; for you president I've,just been For several months she hs been ill trict Courtroom".-; ....'- it was understood -'
ter. and: Mr., Brock were return.hI's" - their ranks and have 'an "I notice the'assessor say ,be us* crazy to 'shake hands"with you!" at ,her home. 121 Veronabut'was there. would be a I.rce'.odl..
.5 from. Saint Cloud} 'where they membership. \ excellent ually 'places. his valuations of groves I It. was',. remarks like that coming orderedy'to' the hospital. .nee.- .. .
had been attending the services of r., .. I ,to the amount of boxes from all Quarters that forced Charlie The action*.".'....' most deliberate.
the Advent' church. Several times produce and ,when, I .told him'whatmy Griffin? to leave Miami ,.r where ,, he At the request some of,; those who
"Mr.Brock" had stopped his car ber COLLEGE' shipments were forgot that 400 went early this year for the purpose REALTY .- were to urge for lower valuation
.rause of rain and aa.lthey..were leave BUSINESS boxes of them came from my grove of .putting 'in 'a long and deliberate TAKES LIFE regarding timber, cut-over prairie, ., i
ing the bridge on the causeway Mrs. in another."coUlltyt' laid:'Sam Barber loafing! ;. spell.. Ostensibly,' for. the and waste' land numerous quotation
Brock on the rear seat, asked for with gentle voice., "So of course benefit i of the Kissimmee people,' he were read by the assessor, and Mr., ? .0\\ '
' "i 'IS* robe to protect her from the Ills NOW STATED 1 think my assessment ought 'to- be said he was going to enter some line AND ANOTHER BIG, Barber made it plain that practically: : '
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rain. The husband la-, handing her reduced accordingly. of business; but the records show an all values had been made higher than
the robe turned partially around and "How'',D1any' acres do you own t. entirely different analysis of his pur- last year., Go'.roorl..Hardee. had '
sit that moment the car jumped down WILL LOCATE HERE queried. one of the board. pose. TRANSFER 'IS"" NOTED urged that such a course be taken

.(the embankment and overturned in "Onlgy' one.: hundred and thirty- It w.s all right' when those 'who a., It'wu; apparent that ,,value*ria
several feet of water. one" wasthe reply. addressed him under' the impression the past ;years have: been Mr. Brock although pinned down, Indication An That Tki Will Prove "How; many acres In IfI'Ove'" that h4 was the Nebraskan were Sale ol Pestoffice: Block Omedt New and Mr.!< Barber endeavored very to

'succeeded in quickly.treleaalng himffelf A Gennni Establishment Conducted Three." .young and attractive matrons 0.-' or on....'.C templates Maldag' Mere out the ""snmrestlon..: carry ,s

4\\\\ . and at one set about aiding ed Basiae Lines "Pretty good grove, isn't it?" even younger; but when all sorts of Parcaae. , \ There were present .to enter..-:ob>>
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',. .&. wife and the husband Worked "Oh' fairly good. people raced at, him and sought him . "f actions because of what:was 'termed
with feverish haste and .strength to Unless there shall be a slip in the "And about your house;' you and 'made talk with him, matters began . For the" pa.t;year,there have been "prohibitive value" a considerable
extricate the victim. ,He was finally arrangements which are 'at this'time couldn't replace it for 'less than two too'\ be'. somewhat em>jarrass ng. various offers made for the block group. Among. them were C.; E- (
:successful and dragged be* a few. practically there will be es thousand dollars, could you V lie simply threw up the sponge-and which houses the. postoffice and the Melton,. of Apopka,' representing the
feet up the bank..:-and It was :.then tablished Incomplete 'about the ''"Well. mebbe not" la once- more. a resident of Kis.lmmee. .-. room of the Ch.mber4f' Commerce Union* Cypress Company; E:; E- Me-, .i
(Mrs. Brock breathed her last, He had i first of September a business college.Professor . .' Ughther. broke' in Pat Johnston: on the lower 'floor,, with. office*',on Lin,*. representing the Consolidated r-
1 hardly taken her from the.car-whenMr. J. D., MacGlashen"'who "III give you ,four times the assessed Out ih Lincoln, Nebraska, 1" -one the ,second floor -but the' owner, C. Timber Company Dickinson A.Dick'
.' ;*; and Mrs. W. H. Tunnicliffe, of 1 has been connected with' business value of your' holdings Mr. Barber one William B. Prize, whose photograph D.'"Cole," has, !never been offered' the !inson- representing the Candler, Land
, : Or-Saint Cloud drove along' and were colleges both '.t Tampa and Winter -and pay you spot-cash! has appeared In all metropolitan figure-tnat-uited.rhlmv- This week, Company; ,William H. Kempferrep.: .:
q. fcltout to when Mr. Brock made I publications with the however the buyer and seller met Cap
stop Park, has ben jn touch with the But Mr. Barber waAn't explanation ; on resenting G. W., Hopkins hold ;
a request that an ambulance he sent Chamber of Commerce in. this city- so very.enthusiastic that "be is BrJ'An' double" The common ground, and the transfer ing: .ChaI'l..A. Garrett T. F; Red
", whereupon there was a quick runr and has made some investigations about making a sale. similarity of the ,,-twb'id 1 ,most pronounced waa made to,A', J. Jones, at a consideration IWOOOc.w.. J.. Barber ,H. A. Hunter "r.
.. ., made into" the city and physicianswere regarding Kissimmee/ the probability Then said one member of theboa..d -yet the man from the mid. not yet made ppblidS Pat-" ,.and George'W.!.' ,Maaa. J.
} sent to the spot, Medical aid of the success of an institution : "The best thing you can do, die weat, is a piker beside Charles W. Mr. Jones, the new owner has several The'speakers' "touched/only' upon ',
was of no avail-and tbe body was of this sort if established upon Sam. is to sit right down. One hundred Griffin when it come to the, Bryan- 'other .properties in Kissimmee, what are termed timber, cut4Yer. "
at onoe-, removed M the home of the a modest plant to start with. He is and thirty-one: acres three X> style of architecture.: Those and contemplates securing more. He prairie, and wast' land; ,and tabu. ''1:'
couple on Mabbette street. well-pleased with what he has.found. acres In good grove, a two thousand have seen the original Bryan comes from Linden, Florida,' and i* late..tatement. ,were 'to'
; Mrs. Brock was born on the At. It Is proposed to have this_a thor dollar residence and other buildingsand declare/that he is no beauty; Charles well- oJm 'on the west coast /where prove the truth; of the 'various as-' !n
....antic ocean August 26, 1846, making ough institution and there will ,be the assessor has let you\ off Griffin looks precisely like him. Th.'re.der fie has been buying and selling'realty sertions. In another column wilt,be ..
' "her in her ..tenty- fth year. Her, classes of banking, accounting with |800. What we ought to do is may draw his own conclusions for some ;years. His entrance Into .found .the argument 'adduced by W.: '
.,. .-*.. father born in 1600 was Rev. Pren- I book-kbepinCj'law, commer- to raise your valuation-and' we are ,,, this city in a ,financial way mean*'. It. .Kempfef.' 'In one'instance was
tie Hubbard, a Baptist clergyman_of I.merei.l.. arithmetic. English) spelling, mighty liable to jlo HI" Note: The people of Klssimmee rood 'thing'for the city-a* he hi a shown that the total acreage of the
.. England and the family was op its .I.penmanship business correspandence And Sam Barber hadn't one word are very glad to welcome l -back to. man with,. Ideal, and will prove ,a county-elual.: 4h ,'cities "andT

,.-. way to America where the, father j; stenography and typewriting. to say. this city:_C.___W.___Griffin____ ,and, family.KiSSIMMEBtWiNNERSw valuable acquisition, In. the-'way-.of Improved acreage" ,-;.was 865,476 '
", to take u .. ,
was charge of some church thus giving' practical Instruction in proJrl' i ( acreand-of'' thi* area theConsoli
; work in the south. Mrs. Brock's.other .the many branches so : to Mr. Jones contemplates 110' Imm'ed.'ate dated Timber'Company -owned 831,.
necessary
' was the 'only,daughter of Dr. those proposing to'' take'up a business Agitated Highways Back In change in the, pnildingpurchas' 775 acre or about 40 percent of the
.' Vudolf Brackett; of Glasgow. Scot. eout'llec-? .-- ed except that' he will put in some total,' and it ;-was, stated that last;
I ; .Kni. and was a near relative of An attempt? was made .here in the sky-lights to make the rooms the year. that ,company'" paid in taxes
"VjlHam Gladstone and from her early" month. of this year' to open an 1824 Assist more habitable.' The building: is an $64,000. Last year also I'more'th.n
*iioth| r Mrs** Brock Inherited ,a valuable Institution of this sort;but the effort to Development excellent one' ", and. its location. II'of, the Union cypress Company. paid,in
relic given her by'Mary Queen was only spasmodic and was apparently the best. taxes to thl county $fl,281.8&j: '

,off Scots, which-is JIln.po.e..tol\. but an attempt .to .install apiece Warn'Honda Had ; -..;.; -I'he..at.-OLtb.-.p1'Opert-.fli.d.: .q\ ;
BatTweatyCoartier
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through-
Mrf Brock of trading property."From.here the'Ngericfbt'JoMf-MCPhti... ,;
',The couple- -camew'- Klu mmee the promoters went to..other points There Wa A ,Coastaat' De-r : ter. . _ fcDUCKWORTH . wa< strongly'urged that either the ,

m..ley.n years ago, ..-h.n'Mr. and eventually succeeded In'opening mind For Geed Read OVER APOPKA: TEAM WILL REMAIN city property be raised to _a fair, point ..... :'
..-fIo.J. .,-Brock ceased ,his"-active pastorate of in one city-but the'proposition fell -' \\ or that the large acrean.be lowered
.2,Jr.. '. -Ii,) fteen' years .duration in the Advent through without gaining notable successes. A'most' '.-atu.b history of FloridaIs Gaffney 'a major leaguer was the IF CHAMBER COMMERCE' in proportion 'was the decision of

.; .|bjbnrch. in Kansas- and'., Oklahoma The school to oe established that written by John ,Lee WIN!! star player yesterday"when Apopka EXTENDS. CO-OPERATION. the. board that a reduction 'made
.Where he was; superintendent of,the here will be opened'upon. a modest llama, who spent several years in yielded the honors ''to the Kissimmee ...----, on the book of the assessor so'thaf.; :J
mission.field until a. conference was scale and, with competent instructors this state securing Iinlormation,.then played by ;A score .of 5 to 4 -.; but 'Whether Eugene G. Duckworth will full timber"land should,- be' assessed '
formed.: Their residence has '"", ulto Trill, .no doubt, build up a large returned to'' New York where in 1837, the game throughout' was character relocate, in Kissimmee, and will, establish at $4. three-quarter-timber at f&0.i 1 '
edhi the' formation of a largecircle patronage. he. caused to published, and "circu- ized by strong hitting of both teams.Apopka a.shop ofvbigh-grade depends*. 'half timber at $8, quarter timber at,
M. friends *nd Mr., Brock was by lated what. he pleased to term '"The brought Jackson and Harris wholly upon the action -of the Cham-' $24(0] ( and cut-over and waste land at I' .a
) M> means the bnly mourner" at the LEVY OF THIRTY MILLS. Territory of Florida: .sketches of typography as' its best battery; Kiasimmee backed her of Commerce.. That association $2. This decision doe not, hwer-r.'
t last sad rites. The'funeral 'was held ON$5,100,000 VALUES 'civil and natural history; by, Arrant .and Rodenbaugh gave occupies! one of the two' ground- include1 land/. reaavn of <
)r.8ulld.y... noon from' 'the late home *>ftffti FIXED BY COMMISSIONERSAt the country,the climate and the' Indian the best that was in the boys* floor room in the block just purchased their' proximity.whlcttsn wada*|.,
deceased.;; add was. largely at tribes." 'This historian -Williams When each team rolled up four by A. J. Jones-and its lease cities -.re'' y more
tended. Services were conducted by the meeting of the :county conl- explored all.section of the territoryas runs in the ,first inning, the gallery remains- In force for,the better part. but "even with that. change it was
;, Elder, L. D. Crisler of Formosa, and missioners hold on Monday the levies far as it was 'possible for commenced to think there .....n'& .going of a'yeanIt ,{*' conceded that it is found necessary. by1 Aa*** or'.''Barbr ",
the remains were paced in the Rose- for county maintenance were' fixed s 'white man 'toreach-and his .writIngs .- ,,to be":"the .money' .worth; but a '.fine, location for: the purpose' for that he ',should make alteration upon -,
'hill cemetery. an follows;' are believed to have'been especially from that time on Apopka failed to which it Is being; need, ,Mr. Duck at least: 850 pages of his'books.\ .
Deceased left two daughters: ;Mrs: Fund Mill ,correct at that time >- more cross the plate r,_ and only for But- worth thinks it'would be a fine location The remark"was 'm *' after.the'

,George 1 Gales of Caney, Kansas,and General revenue .__.._..;;.' _. .4.60 than eighty-four years ago; and it la ten T laying down a fin bunt'which for a store which he desires to action was taken that the'resultk' \ ,
Mr Ella Keeugh,: of Detroit-neith- Fine and forfeiture .____, .50 more than' probable that extreme scored Wilson there might have been establish in Kissimmee., would "be hard en the schools of the-
'.r of whom have. ever been in Flor a tie at the ninth. It Said Duckworth yesterdays "I county*-.:-for which there will .be ,
Road ___._..*,____.___- 8.00Publicity difficulty would be found to find in came: was aDitcher's Mr. a
ida. .i--... .25 the state duplicate of-the 'volumein battle-all throughArnnteetrikinq'out would"dike.-te--establish--fin.-'store ten n>in P>vy-upon a' valuation of fffj-*
eradication ___' .. perfect condition Issued 'at that twelve'me )tiere' in KiMimmBo-one- that,'would v
: ... Johnny Tick -... r' 1.60 1008.1'h' D' ;
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W. ,
Watson now Fair. <.,... .25 time-.other than the;, one .In, the. ,office The men' are,getting in trim now carry' a class. of goods not- now ,' ef the Lake Wilson
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4R Miami has been >H.------------
recent visitorto and a fine contest is looked for next bandied in but there 1 Is dUtrlct, .wa* before' the board wIth
KJssunmee his .. Special road _______..____ C.OO of The Gasette. any quantity;
formed home
1 School _.-10.00 Regarding the matter of transportation \ Thursday when,Winter Haven come but one location for such a business a request that there should be ne re->
,; .. where he was truest of his mother ::- -- this valuable book :. to bat. a* I propose >to, 'carry.," That 1* the dustiest the.alu! .dons'in< his dl-. '1f
says
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.and.his *itoff Miss,Sue Wauon.,410 Total' mtllage ..___::;,._.80.00peeIal "When Florida was ceded to the The game wa*umpired by Marion room occupied by .the: 'Chamber' inlet by.toM' .....HI'-iD. ',fact the '
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Enunett .
,::1 i- "I a I rejEAT . J.. ;road district No... 1-5 United States there .. .W.I";but, one Carson, Commerce. I don't wish to be'arlitrary values.-werenet as high. a* 'bad.been'. .
mills .No; -18y ,mills j '. No. 8 4 road of any"consequence'in the. tefr about this matter..I.wouldn't ,hoped for. Right then the ..GOIDml.Ilo *- .
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OiTUESDAYa mills; while No. .'& will not be declared ritory.' That was calledthefKing's DONEGAN TO FACE TRIAL c- force the organization out'It could, breathed a .*igh' of:... Ie _, ,
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i f until.the bonds have been issued. Road and extended from St. Aufrus-: .AT SPECIAL..,COURT .TERM nothing of that aort.' But It doe
tine .{to-the t River-St. Ma..,..* It had seem>to. me >where'your"rtty! could '
ANX1 NEWSPAPERMAN been -well!! constructed T>y the'English,I Beginningptember12.an.extasession ; secure a'.businea:'that'would provea SIX'MONff SHMJ: i 1 j =
OFFICIAL l Or\ STATE : PUt'-PERTUENTQUERY''' andy at first extended to'New. of the United' States district ..drawing-card,' a shop that would ;
"I. '' lz : na.1- but. the lower Pt was ffmJl'-1 court will be held In Tampa, Her be fitted in the best of style, that a '

. Will some professor" of".app', and grown up-and .the balance ; bert S.; Phillips; district attorney commercial' body wouldgladly. relinquish GIVEN"IO"WAJIINJ'
BUREAU WILL SPEAKyl demand". advise the public why the oVrepair. .. Trails leading 'from Pen- says. The firetcase to be tried will all aita:-a. .they.did'In :
j.. : + price of ice;cream. ia higher than''it nacola to Mobile and up the be that of Arthur E, Dohegan president prLandopad seersquarters..that' '
*, was .a'year,ago t'' Sugar Js cheaper. bia.; were scarcely. passable! E.eam-I of the FIt, National Bank of ould .answer all purposes. If this ADOEirWariaf '
$4tiOiFJNE
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: f..r., jOc.ola Grewer..Cparattv Milk' Is cheaper.. Starch". is down. In 1824 twenty-five thousand doUarsl Saint Cloud- 'whlch failed !'ome'two! should be done I would make r lease > : ) : ,
for years ago. The charge violation and have shop'installed soon ;
Labor has not advanced. Why then were appropriated a my s
if' AsMciatiea Will Hear .Tw. reduce .the isize of tne Infinitesimal from Pensacola to St. 1 of the national banking law*,-Tampa as the fitting could be secured.""'. !Mast :Par' 750/C lsfafTrialiMoaey '
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,N ,freaua at Speaker morsel of coomesa that. ,is handled Unfortunately' for the Augu.tlne'l Tribune.' ______ Sentiment appear to be divided ,,' ,Mat Paid ,Hut La*-. Viy
s located through regarding pl'Opoaltio.-ith the .
out' to the. 'suffering ateeventeeneenta was a
Jt. ;jffhere ''i. every reason why theref a '.gr am T.Lakeland part of the country, a great propor CONK' FAMILY-. -, GOES NORTH preponderance' favoring ''the relin- :oJ'plaia. ia Jafl. Si_&' Mantks. Linger ,(
' anould he'a large attendance at the Telegram. tion' of which' has never been'inhabited and *bid; J. K. of Saint quishment of the lease and securing _ ; c. ;
;1 t '.. meeting of the Osceola'Growers' Cooperative It might be added that In? Klssim and.the"road in those"--parts has Cloud Mr., together with their Conn two; children other >quarter* 'which i would.answer .B.\.D.\ Waring,11 'convicted !>+ln' the..;.
'1. 'j';.. ; A.aoel.Uon..on'next Tuesday mee one may buy ".very ,toothsome never'' been, used. Another approp left for the. north all need*-and, doubtless, .at a lower criminal court last Wednesday ofag,
on Monday
, ,\ '. ,evening. Matter. will be discussed ice cream cones with 1 tthe usual nation was made for a road from i where they to remain for price.'' The ,matter ill up tothe, ,director grajvated assault on the:person of J.' '
,i ,).;. t and made plain'along several amount of filling at five cents each Jacksonville to,:Tampa bay this was upl", of months expect at their old homeat a and th<> members p of- 'theoranlzation. J F.' Ange'on" the; night ,of .March 80, v ,
Saturday'
last,, was" aentenced. tby
,1 r lines now under consideration; and -and that Is what they. have always well constructed\ and has proven a Point ''Marion Mr. [ .
;'T '"",the-tlmeotthe: .epe.keriJslPmit- sold at allover, the country. tneful route. 'In 1828 the King's! Conn is president, Pennsylvania.of the-1 Bank of Paul V.:. Bunn, the general secretary Judge T. Pixton. Warlow to serve six'x
m there i ia every reason why the Road waa reopened as far a. Tomo- of the Chamber ofTCommerce of month hi the county jail"and to' paanne /'
+ ; Saint Cloud.. The sudden death of
( 4'' melting. should start promptly. GREATEST LUMBERET" ko, forty vmiles south of' St. Augustine their child last 8aintfouis recently wrote*the following of $400 and cost, which will -w ;'
youngest '
Saturday so .
: Arrangements have"beenrmadeto and to about''ten miles northof, which i* being very, widely approximate $160. "In default'of the-
affected
tb. that with-
< have here L.. M; Rhode'president of "Chicago is 'how known 'to, be:'the Jacksonville. It. has lately been open drawal from""parents'all business for a time quoted 1"The , month Swill the' fine an additional .I lx "
t ii/ state marketing bureau-a ,man world's greatest lumber market .over ed to 'New Smyrna.: ; "::- was deemed, advisable for Mr.a,Conn. ..ole.exeu.. .,.:''for' a commercialbody be added*' .to..tho si* '
interested In ,tha progress- 2,400,000,000; "ifeet .of lumber. passingthrough "Attempts,'were made to op Q' road* lies in doing the''Jr"Ate.t'lfOOd ;months sentence -already. passel.' '.Tht-: '"+ +
..made in each. individual. county.' Mr. the Chicago, market each a*"''far as Charlotte Harbor on the I ALVEY: MANAGES TEAM for the' most people, in civic commercial . court ordered that sentence' begin. "f' ,
.' Rhodes,will be ,, forced to leave at )'eart,according' t<5 an estimate of theLumoefmen' west and Cape Florida on the east "" THE industrial. production 'and transportation Monday",, ul1'18.-r :
s (F,'. ,A \o'clock promptly a* he ..1.1 bill. Association equaling o the' Peninsular? but the face of While Roscoe RoberSon; is captainof affairs; In rendering. service Attorney for''Waring. have given-{ cM' y
4'; or' to appear at other points but 100.000000 in ''moiiey''value.. Chicago the country' was found to be covered the 'local ballteam It should be which, will,,help the cORJmunlt1f']not ice-of' an .app ... upercedea*' bond lase
'.' ." s''i hfc<'will be able td impart fond,ofitJCormation has been art importantjumber center with (extensive swamps, and it was 'I borne In.mind .that D. M. ("Speedy") and to handle matter in the sum of $1,000 being tarnished .
J : '1 i upon 'alt! points>> brought for .eventy- ve years.. In the early thought that the expense of constructing Alvey continues.! be the manager. Intere.i. Which ordinarily. nq Individ-- ; Oft I the. night; "f'March 30 last.'XT"" '
:; 'pc before,the' meetingIt ,will be-a time. most of tne lumber came from the: roads could not be' justified 'Manager"Alvey' has arranged for a could not handle if he.."should at- F. Ange went to the home. of Waring'onEast
4.' .1 good: 4dea for'each member to make the Michigan' forests and was ,, by-: any? v1l1tag! 'l1kel,. to accrue game on ,the1 Kissimmee ground on ual would attempt and'.' which. .ha Amelia ,street after;h. bad.
{ r1S .. Thursday',;afternoon' tempt" .' )< been cent for several time by. War- ,Gri
'a Y ,.1; .au memorandum of'certain question brrfught :to \marketonesailing/ ; vessel / <" 4., next between
: v ;rT.toaarhlch an answer I* desired I .-as .; DOW the greater,part, of it < "A great''variety :of','all public the local. and. a_'. team. from '.Winter ( '\, Ing who. was ill in" bed. discussion 1
./ 1. "-1' ftUrFwill facilitate,.matters. comes by rail from the south and the fOads;,have within. .the. last ;hree Haven. . '"' ' "'.:. ....J.. I MEETING OF ,W ,C .T.;, i relative to ''certain, business mattersswaafollowd"

o' ." I', ,- WIth M..... Rhodes,, will be, 1;. W. far west; although Michigan and year been constructed by: the several ,Del+ .( have l :.f, There will be'a special 'ea I4 d'meet I.and ,'wounding Ange.by. .Waringsbootip' ' ,,:,
; Wisconsin still.furnish: counties- Ithe Territory' .*o that, I voted :
a large part ;
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toindednitely'elosehe the Woman
Gainesvffle. of-the hardwood. .. In general, :communication from one free auto.. ing ef Christian Tem At the 'trial '.Aa testified.?thstWaring
camp'p: """:':. rang'.Union held on Saturday afternoon : ahof him as hat ""leaviD&': '.
'to 'another i .
ss part Much tavenient "
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ijjh'.information nor !(
' .-I ,af tfew. nay be In upon doubt. Takepoiatsn i I"> olnmbas' Steffy, of Oklahoma ? ''thaA-f.ot'm8l'ly;' eh.-Jurw-- '?' .: -. 'at five o'clock ia the Chapter the room while Waring elalmed that:, .

.,r...( a.vltoie-'the: ; meting of, next: Tne- City.: Oklahoma, has been, guest of ever, still I'emaf'to be done, to.fa- m..for.Di ;; r sitiad betweenPensacola will House. Matters before,of the intense session interest' be'bad dy.i, att.A": ,, attacked him. : .
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come Orlando Sentinel
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? t .,day.vening.wl15be) one thatvwill' b* his nephew,',CUR.; > Dayson and Jut cilitate traveling. through the ''Terri ;;; and BUkely. In '1885 attendance, i I. requested. as ;. -- ... 111; 1':1::
f : I &more teach-grewer. than the Sunday Mrs.,Dsyson tarried tory... In '1830 'COII< I'XMrt. \: Vld<<' ;Hodnett,.. /formerlyM4a Z tar:, ,'.
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?. ..;i .:of,. .th' "II akbr'p IF'fe."ilarJM' ; their', g.esttto' *;PajGrJIl> the appropriation,' of two thousand' ;dol tot repair the. road frpm St. -.., 1 8.cvtary.The Downs 'Ba 'tllluch;,\of :WiiatsrHavev ': ( :' ." .
l west: cat, taking CKarles. Baas lar*!;for'.repairing'the! road Augustine: . A Wu j .
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;JJ-; , : .i4:.. -" J .. ". along_an.ran.extra.". ,The run. was St.' Augustine,'and. TaUa"... ;, also sum ',was'*expended iD, CUarwatet 'flnrls'bu.iniiiso : BeUeHarri*.j eeUrdaj.. :Mr.Hodattp ..... a' '".:
ceH.PhT!/ : '& l record* mead \in',.the- betr'-.WMCI;; by Kr. two thousand'for opening a road ,be- from.Bayard,; ;"epalriaEtoMroad ; good-that"' tt. has. "forerd to brought her U d"aa7ay.thto'ar>a,. .. ,
>for, bee** Dar .ui land,tbr:,,nearly) 'three,'hundred tween :.Marianna "and .it. esmooth' of toiNewnanviil.'-< ; : place an order-for Uathird, tJ' elet- hta.w..a'blHhteae >;;l
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I ;Sg. . .. ., THE KISSIMMEE .VALLEY GAZETTE IRIflAT. JULY 22, 1921 ;

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? .,. :African' tribes, while having rio, DISTRUSTS COST-PLUS should! reel'It impossible (o.adminl.-: i ;rpuiifn.r.ib "'Od' Conn unit- but !1. 'ICE, :FAMINE! : 'ai1. SAINT' C"GOIrD'x]

gods, believe In a queer person PLAN OF ROADBUILDINGOsceola PLEAD1IW 1 FOR JUSTICE ter'the' affairs of the city to out bwnsatisfaction ,,wonting 'wlt.hl' other. like' publications')' Ice-''
of rand' all Indus the br.aki of the I -I)
.a"If known as Nyakwa.Small.'fish .- or to' the satisfaction: in educating fostering" By
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( -who elected >. Al.7it the.''.act that tends Saint Cfoud"oD Wednesday '
count m'. to hivewhe; try. fQ'1eatro7.ridicaftsm plant.be :
that" can spend' hours hardest sort of lock In getting.some VOTERS ARE, ASKED TO should for''any' unfortunate reason" Its first duty is to-publish a real, morning the supply of that necessity
alive on shore and can' even' climb thing in return tot all its money I.i i.- bo>> defeated by the electors at the newspaper, which must carry matterof .., very snort, and many inconveniences !
; trees have been discovered In the i i sued for road buildnig. 'It Is said by election, mentioned. Interest,.all. its circulating 1-er- were ftlt. Kissimmee was"C.|>, }..

y Indian Ocean. . ... citizens ,of that section that a road SUPPORT THE MEASUREOn Respectfully: : submlttde, ritory. This,. generally speaking, consist called epon 'to send over all the icuthat .)l
f+ .. -.' must be paid for' several times before JA.MES.M. JOHNSTON of f local J news; countYl"st.MeJUldl, j could be-. epared. -whlch had a\ ,
..it ia built, -and the. length of A. ROSEN. I national news) agricultural and the;],tendency '''to mitigate the! troubles! ;
time that was 'taken up. in completing Wednesday. July 27; a city I c H, M... KATZ. I live stock industry; manufacturing; I there but even ,at ,,that} the supply .
: the main hlahwaybetween 'KIs- election will be held' which we con Members of 'the City Coun-' public enterprises schools churches: .'was Insufficient to supply the d.-,4" '
slmmee aixTSaint Cloud and making'the eider important I'to the future of the ,cU of', the City of Kissimmea.URGEMENT 'and society; things' of- interest! to mauds.. ,t , -:
p Ilt. 1. connection to the south of: Kia town..' It relates to putting laW ef *' 'Children and parents; .material relat- '
r> k k kj simmee would, indicate that ther.w.i. feet a Special Tax Act, for the. CIty OF ADOPTION j' Ing' to women and home economics; NEWSPAPERMAN' HAVING 't
Klsslmroea which the last TAXACT'To .clean the spice, of life' In'humor S RENOWNAND1iTC1 ;
something radically! wrong there. of legislature -; OF SPECIAL ; sports; MUCH ,
The latest, however, takeh from The enacted. Every registered voter : ; good( seund editorial opinions. 1 "
Kissimmee Valley Gazette. Is that a of the CLty of Klssimmee entitled Allrthe-Registered 'Voters). of the The, newspaper that thoroughlycovers Wayne Thomas known throughout :
contract for the completion of the to vote at this..election This is so City.of Kiaslmmees I 'itf field, pleasing all subscribers Florida ask I a moan; estimable and t.
road'' between Melbourne aad Saint whether he Is a tax-payer in the ordinary "On Wednesday, July 27, there will I In one way or another, finds itself capable "man of the press," was inKissimmee
Cloud, which was started many years sense or: not. It Includes be an election held, in the city hall a factor and; power for good; on Tuesday for a 'brief"'
? :? :? will be let on the cost pins baa- women as well as menIt should of Kissimmee City.: This election Is, far in' excess of usual anticipations. 'time. He was ertronite from Flanrjn"' ;,
j ?: .::t:; is.ago This is the plan that came near include all these people ,because each for the pljrpo;.e'.of'the: adoption or .Ihi* i._beinif proven each new day 'City where he''has been subbing''on'' :,''
s. I it t Iv4 4 i i 1 wrecking Uncle -Sam,. and if kept up and every one of them 'has an interest rejection of a 'Special -Tax 'Act ol in some quarter of the .United States the Courier for a' couple of weeks; ,
t ? ;; ; } would bankrupt anything on earth. in the town and"the, standingof the City of Kissimmee! which' was: by the "live wires" in the weekly to Jacksonville. Mr. Thomas is a ..\
When a contract. is let on the cost the town as long as' they live passed at the fast legislature. This newspaper game. troneral favorite among the fratemivff tty '
plus basis naturally the contractor here. election is very Important and I WitJhout following this principle the throughout the state. .. <, ' .1.1Furnished ;
ui going to make the job post. as We definitely assume reaponsibility would personally, like to see' every I weekly"papers; will not be able to for ,,:#
..tfv'yj; t much as possible. But that'4 OBCC- for the enactment of the aft to registered voter take part in decid- maintain 1 their, place in the. procession rent W:1/-B.: 'XP. :

- ... ola county's funeral and tier money be voted pn. We had it drawn up ing this matter of. .. .great, importanceto of progress. The greatest influence Harris Gazette office_ ,'
, ... -Clearwater Sun. and \it met.our approval, and we presented Kissimmee. for good to tbe individual and p -
it to the legislature and urged /:-: I wish to give you a few facts and the mass of individuals known as the
r t ." CLEVER BEAUTIFICATION its adoption. It carries no surprises figures on the system of taxation 1 government Is wielded by the country .'A. VANS AGNEW :;
,/1 ( in it. We carefully includeda. .now in operation in Kisnimmee.! i paper.. The newspaper which ,
. > WILL SOON BE COMMENCEDIt referendum clause, giving the 'voters Under the present law there is no does not recognize these new condl"tlons ATTOItNE7-AT-LAW .i

1' :;rf H.lalea 1. at1..l.i bVa is ; note that the an opportunity to pass upon its way in 'which the City of' Kiasimmee and standards must sooner or OFFICES .;
f a ; COCA COLA BOTTLING'' WORKS courthouse pleasing, in Kissimmee, by merits before it went into. effect. leAn| force the payment of taxes on later meet its Waterloo and drop out 116 South Orange' AvetnieOriando. ,
square the other hand, instantces '-"II.
real other than of sight. On
Fr... 1u8I order of the Osceola county commissioners We consider! that we were electedto property by ,encouraging -
'l,. .1" A.ar Ate u! Hal..r ..t.I has 'been made a bird sanctuary the city council on a platform individuals -te take tax are. everywhere that analytical, .. .Fjorida "
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.. and in charge of the looking to betterment of the financial ( deeds on the property against which roKressiv, far-seeing publishers are
placed there is taxes and this. is succeeding under present' conditions
Kissimmee Woman's Club. The. condition of the town. Upon assuming delinquent Home Address: .. "
de:= not at all satisfactory, and not beyond the fondestdreams they entertained Florida
office and going into the has Winter Perk
will .b< bea >titled, and cats, ,
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'" j grounds been done the .ten but a few years ago. ,
autos and .everytRmg that the tails of the city finances we found during past years. tY
annoy
birds will be kept out. Without birds that under the existing arrangement These delinquent taxes are ,a lien Hot weather tehard teething j jOOO

f j Reho-Pasle all life-human and animal-would' it was practically impossible' is optional property with the until'ownera paloVJmt''as to it babies. They suffer the combine; ....OtUU.OO..OO ...
,I i to expect that anything adequate
cease to exist. Every town and misery of heat, pain and stomach "
, county should have bird sanctuaries.Tituaville I I could be 'done. The city does not whether. or not they will ever be disorder McGee's Baby Elixir helps

StarAdvocate.A I to need keep a great its various deal of money functions In order moving -\ paid.The total' valuation ,of rf all 'real estate the little sufferer through the trying '

{: / For Nail and Other DELIGHTFUL COMEDY- needs; but desperately.what money It it niust needs have it 1920 in assessment Kissimmee roll as shown is $1,640,060.by the i; period bowels.by Price correcting, 85c. and the 60c.stomach Sold and by*. SEEWILLSON

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"THE ROOKIE'S RETURN"A this money. This city operates on ':There is $281,445 of this property on J.7.: Roberson. r rI
THE CASINO
r Punctures. -"""- less money than any corporation involving j which there is delinquent taxes. The WEDNESDAY ,
delightfulcomedy" is "TheRookie's the same number of people! 1 present' millage in the City of Kis- FEATURES "A. WISE FOOL"I :
\ t Return, starring Douglas could be to operate upon.Its I pimmee is 24 mills and at this mill-
' MacLean, the popular young I; lilfhtcomedi.n expected is the tax on delinquent propertyfor When George Molford's latest Par- &
' Your income from taxes. As long age
, 1:.__ Ask Druggist. which .. comes to the Ca- as the income can be deflnitlzed and the year 1920 if paid would be amount production. "A Wise Fool,"
sino on Monday for a special returnt'nCalt"ment. the city can look forward to receiving $6,554.68. If the city was collecting comes to the Casino next Wednesday
-.f,,, j.,. 0 Phe story is a brilliantone a sufficient amount to carryon I ell its taxes each year it could reduce : the public will see one of the '
"\ and.there are- numerous mirth- strongest casts ever assembled for
there shall diffi- this millage at least three mills.
, .; i J. W. THOMPSON provoking situations of which the its culty business in bung economical ij in no taking I Do you know that there are many' feature player.As Kirkwood is the AULTMANb :

star and his supporting players make of the city's affairs. When,, of the best residences in Kissimmee, .
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care
t .' ,. Funeral DirectorAND the most. Doris May, who has been however, as we find to have been the as well as some of the business houses -, the erratic Jean Jacques Bar-
MacLean'a -co-star in several bille Kirkwood has most delightful
Mr. case the tax levies made by the city |I that have not paid one cent city Mr. a -
you
picture successes, is his leadingwoman than five and and entertaining role. Alice (
'.' are, to an alarming extent, ignoredby : taxes for more years
, : ANDLICENSED and in the company are many the and consequentlythe 1 some have not paid in more than ten HpHUrter has the leading .womanfs 1\\ ,
: .N r' EMBALMER well known players. Income tax-payers is diminished to an--indeterminate i years T ( role. Ann--FOJTMt.-who played the Buy a Home or a farm "
feminine role in "The Faith
, extent, it is practically Do you know that some of these principle I
h Semang women in the Malay penInsular impossible for u. to make a budget. people go so far as to advise* new I Healer. is seen as Zoe Barbille. They will probably. save' you .
i. I, Store aad Chapel Stewart AT. wear several combs in their look Investors--not to their city tax Alan Hale ia excellent as Masson,
out any'policies that pay
j 1t1881MMlII111., FLORIDA hair toward off disease. or carry and Fred Huntley as Sebastian$ Do-, s money.
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toward the of the city. !las they are not enforceable
:... development
__ scoundrelly c
0-. !'io' -- -_ "Do you know that in 1912 the val.I lores, a Spanish exile, -
We have to know what we are getting -
-":. ,:";( T* > v v>v T w y vv v >vvv It g V'.vgT QygyyvCOME in, and it has to be a certain I untion of the 'real estate in Kissim- provokes amusement by his rascality. : yA
1 amount.Of ''mee was $1,016,766, and on this Edward Sutherland has the leading They Sell All KindS:of i
; 4 Juvenile role and Truly Sh.t.tuck -
course, if all tax-payers of the I amount there was only the sum of ,
' \\f I IJt. Ir ; I which there delinquent a once famous comic opera ,
$43,510 oit -
' city were to fail to pay their taxes,, was
} the result would be prompt--the city taxes? There. is nearly' seven star, plays Virginia Poucette. Realty ,:
.i I I1w become But times' as much value -in delinquent
'would,' simply bankrupt. FLORIDA SCHOOL CHILDREN .\
:. : the fact is that there are a great tax property today as there was in -
...H' and valuation has increased SHOW GOOD ATTENDANCE
..' many honest citizens who"pay their 1912. yet.the -
\ ;t taxes and consequently a certain less than fifty percent. Does According to-u-; : census of 1920 'I
proportion of the taxes levied are that. look like a progressive city?
there 151.641 7 to 13
., "" collected. It is on this ,collected tax i The special tax act) is a good one years of are age in, the. children stateof\\ Florida :
y M Money that the city operates, but it sand there is nothing contained in and of this number 126.1S9. or 83.2 ..
fVULGINIZINGT.
should besasy to-see that where the I! this law for the purpose.of workinga reported ,
percent, were attending;
: taxes are only collected from a part hardship on any person who desires school. In 1910 the percentage attending ,
'. WHEREa of the taxpayers, that proportion of to do his duty as a property school was 70.5, thus indicating .
r the tax-payers has to carry the bur- owner. Under this special tax act improvement
a gratifying' as :
den dropped by those "'!who no not the City of Kissimmee can force ,
regards( school attendance between
pay their taxes. property owners to pay. their taxes! 'I 1910 and 1920. Of the children 14

; The .Ocean Breezes Blow/ ., The tax law-that has been framedwas or sell to their the.highest property and at best public bidders auction and 15 yearsof, age in 1920 78.6 TIRES 110 TO'IUS,REPAIRED
'k drawn with the 'view of
-compelling school
and '
percent were attending : -
.., t"t"" \ ." 'J. .... all the to abide I, Orlando'is operating under a similar ' ''
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tax-payers of those 16 and 17 of RE-TREADING
49.5
I years age i .
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/ tax and has
law it
by the tax law.: It is a simple mat-. proven very percent.The rFIRESTONE.
Ir1"i: ; -oa- '
I ter for the tax-payers to keep trackof successful a j
of children tending
.; ', ..; ., '. the council and work its .will .If thl.'special tax act is adopted percentage: ) -
\ city ,
schools, waa larger in the, cities
7 .. SPEND. YOUR, VACATION AT oh 'the tax-payers city counci are '. fully' Consequentlythe protected !her by -your will vote soon on see Wednesday Kissimmeetake, 'July 27, than percentage in the of country children in districts the urban, the .. . iUBES HIND'-1lRf S, 1 ,4'i'

against exnorbitant taxes, in any Mace with the progressive cities population 7 to 13 'years of' age be- SWIMMING BELTS' '
c event, but such taxes as are levied' of South Florida, and. it will not be ing 92.7 and in the rural population, ;

t !/ ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA I and as do meet with the approvalof i' long before the various funds of the 79.1. "Urban," according: to the census ----- 'J
: the citizens should, be, collected. city' will show a balance in the treasury definition, includes all towns or

S t It is bad from a moral standpoint,. instead of showing a deficit as cities of 2,500 population or more. : L. E. ALFORD ,f.
It' as well as a financial standpoint, to they now stand.
" ..T BDt"lugBo'otIUL.Plsbin..lrHorseshoes,_ allow tax-dodgers in our midst," After studying this special tax act Fish which has been preserved bya : let BROADWAY
.. ; When we came to draft an 'act carefully I want you to talk for it,' treatment of electricity is said to .
Croquet Roque Golf which would be enforceable and accomplish work for it, and vote for it on Wednesday remain edible for seven ears
:t' 27. e;
July
the end that we desired, we Very respectfully _ _ - _ . . . . . . r \
looked about us to see' what satisfactory yours
'\ JAMES M. JOHNSTON. jp
acts Vwere in operation else "
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where and found Orlando had
we an i
u f; 'WRITE CHAMBER Of COMMERCE [FOR INFORMATION act which seemed to be, successful in We. an proud of the confidence
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'J the matter of collecting. taxes, and doctors, drnfffisbi and tae pablie have >
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I,'. a -. 'this is because it his teeth enough! ta 6H CUD and Fever Tonic JlIm QFS
in it to make the tax-dodger stand
and deliver. It has worked for WEEKLY SHOULD REALIZEITS .. 3
,;years. -u.-:,w-. .f 1 l'--4- .. '
The( new act to be voted on by your IMPORTANT VALUE r,
'\ selves is one. which finds Ita force ,
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: .;.. and! effect through the. provisions of Rapidly coming ; the fore is the I
the Orlando act. Of it.1,
course,
country: newspaper and one after another
not word for word in the language the publishers of weekly d1a
papers -
:-Thetfery:First Tastef' of the. Orlando act, because it is are becoming aware of their 5--- ,,, i

framed to meet our own condItion. position, responsibility and relation 'S S
,' 't, : r ir**" *c> _, 77r Again, the matter of the assessmentof to community and to tne nation, says t I'
taxes "he,. had been satisfactory the. Publisher Auxiliary Ip
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i '.' 1:' win convince thatPOSTTOASTIES so far as we know. In order not to A few years ago the publisher ofa + 4 t v

you disturb our present methods more country weekly generally sought '.':J '' 4
than necessary, we have practically, to wield a political influence, earneda ,a _i' Ie'se .,
continued in this new act the usual' skimpy living, and .looked upon his at"n ;
Kissimmee City method. of assessment own position in the world largely asa i
i ,;, : the changes being; largely in, charitable proposition; but he was ORK 10 1 1r iiI
wr the matter of the handling of taxes willing to assume the role of martyrfor ...I
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after they become delinquent "We r ro'
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I :. ., the sake of the standing that '.,
have also incorporated; certain fea- running a newspaper gave him. 'j';
; 'are Superior.Com'.Flakes tures which we think to the benefit Now the publisher of' a weekly ) 4
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\ of.the tax-pa3t8ra--.fbr instance the newspaper is assuming a new position. i'
Y v. srt" allowance of 'a 5% discount d.rinl'the He at least has seen the light,
-- first month that the: taxes are and his business \
:- placed on a commercial -
Distinctive because o! payable as ,a premium for prompt. basis, taken his place arf a .

; b" flavor ,and goodness they payment.But the -point is that. if we.are-to of necessary charity institution having spirited, and, the from; cloak his Here's Proof Right (Here in d '

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adjust the. city's affairsso that
you shoulders, he stands forth a real man
,, cost no'more than others. can go out and refer proudly to Kis at the. helm of the greatest factor in Your Home Town

simmee as the place! where you live, the business, political and social life
J A. rare delight for' breakS we must keep h. cityabreast with of the present age.
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the general progress of South Flor.- '
The position and relation of the AROID is the best
S $ S Fast or lunch,with cream Ida.. This does not mean spending, country to the public is summed BIRD'S wearC I .

,. .. / . more money than we should be,able up paper few words: It is the ing l test> looking roll roofing made '
I milk.
.I or to collect under the old law; but Btandardbearer of all that is beat for
f imply means that the bad bills the community, county, state and nation.It Folks1 call it: "Good Old Par id" te-

;:r y : ?i :-'Rea" .dy to 'Eat- city fact ,now that we holds have on a lot account of taxdodgers of'the' soundest molds and public best opinion lines for along future the .< cause it. gives such wonderful service ,"

5 ; with us shall be discounted and endeavor, education aaa prosperity.! '.
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: VER WOTICM Of'' Am.tCATIOtf. SoftLETTERS NOTICE TO al.DL MOTICH I'el APPLICATiON SOB Zt.iiuinnee: ,,

l1T "I PATKKT ...J "- .TU r..TJNT MNU .a1 .1HGaltowsi .

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSJCOTICB 1 N cal TIOJf" be Notice'received Is hereby the given Board that of bid Cousty2oauntsslonre will .-'U I-" ... *Sur. Klaslmipee,- Florida': ,

NOTICE 1* hereby gIven the mderslsrnod ), of Osoeola County NOTICE I* Mretiy given that th.u..d..n.4 .haw, Bt Florida, 'tO. \ ,
-w 0I. apply to tbt oovefnor FIO'rld' up to ,and .taeladln.5 A. AC. will apply to the.Gover .Jltl Cloud -

, : : TO.. .rro" Ajrn t. CiraHt Ceort. 11tl "..of the $ *'W11 of. Florida,1 on the It August II..A1. UI. at nor of the State ot Ftord. on the .. A ,St. Cloud, Florida, -1
. I a.lt. State of .1 I > day of July; 'r>. )l (JL.Hfor I the office of tbe'CI. Itt day of July. D Il for ;. .
f I Cevaty. !a Caaweery" Patent '.Incorporating ; said County at .; *. Patent Ioorptn 81H.< ar.a' : .!. Klsslmrn**.' WloHAm '
Notice I* nersby given to:all credlTP : FURNITUKH COMPANY ORAHA :1df tho pureha of :* MElt COM- 1 share.IN :0" '
,\1 tor, legatee. distributee and all Snow 4V Bryan Co., >*t t following Proposed,.Chartr>, and Article .1 .. Serial Time .. PANT under the folowln. Proposed we hive
.t. peraons having claims or demandsr of a' copy'. .' Information In .. Charter:.and .. WINES .WHIRIDOl. this
against. th* .tat. of Ida L. Pt....... ,Omp1at which ha. laorpr.theoffice' of ..Id'w.ra roar. b Gbtalne at the a fJO'f of which has ben filed the ( .day of July. A. D.,1IL. ,..,
late-of Osoeola County,, Florida deceased 'V. the Secretary of State for State .. CircuitIourt the ttecrotsr> of State forth* .1 S UutE". 1
j' < to present th. same to tb.und.r.I..4 * > Rolvrshlp. of> this ( t" o.finly .of Osfeola County. Florida at Plate of Florida Dated this (th day ..a Ii{ 11) I f
i at. Klsslmmee Florida Th* Waters *V CarseaGrocery I \ Flord.. 'te ca, Ki.simmee. Florida or u.y. A* ". 1' 'T. H. ILLIAD. A '
'. '21 within two year from th* Id day ot Company ,, i : H: RANTHAK. 'Certified beck In amount of' ..00 :. B. SQUIRES.H. LESLIE R. tKA
'Jaa.. -D.-Ullr-- corporation. P.. must accompany cacti bid.Right . .1., HIL.LIS1IRANDT EMMA 8QUIR1. SEAL!
\',. HENRY rPFANN.. -r-i --" .. det' MUNN. .' are, reserved to rJ.c any I. T. H. GALLOWAY.LESLJ1O .. G. A. PEED.
E ," Kxeontor of the Last Will and : vv. ARTICLES e 0 and all bIds.Dftted R 8UIREI' aCADEL.., I SEA
I Testament of Ida L Pf.aD.I de. TO Atap OF TuB PROPOSED this the. 14th day of lul A EMMA STATE JOHN ... Ii
i",' ..... : lS-t. WATERS '*v CAR !GROCERY TRAM INCRIKATIOr D llL .. O. -' OF '
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COMPANY AND. WHOM IT MAT We the .. J.-L; OVHR8TREBT., .OH 1IED ., 08CIL me-the '-
IIOTICE TO CRICPITOR.8 CONCERNS .ham A. P.'nd.r.l..n.4 0 H Clerk of the Board of County B1 Notary bfo.. and for
,. NOTICE .. hereby given that on hereby Jhlnn ourselves 0' N"I.o" Commissioner of Osceola ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION AND .Id..lpe Florida County of
I. Court .r''I'1io Coaaty Jade. Oee the Tth day' of July. A., D. J'I. the for the of becoming; Incorporated County. ".orld llIn -" PROPOSED CHARTER OF .personally.appeared J. o

'. (,. ola Ceaaty. State of Florida: ./', .' Honorable C. O.,.Andrews. of under :laws of the State of KISVIMMEB_ WHOLESALE .GROCERY P1.f.. HIU.brade T. H n l.l' ,. '
the abov court entered an .rder In Florida. and hereby declare that I Circuit Court for th* Seventeenth COMPANY. * Emma Pbs... O.' A.
I r.1 In r* Estat of Francis X* McGulra.e the .R.cIY..hlp p..dlal' now the ..* of Incorporation Judicial Circuit, of the State of FlorIda Peed .R Squires.Cadel" to me known '
> To all Creditors., Legatees Distribu .. ..Th. shall constitute ,and.be..tha. Charter i, In and for Oeeeola County In 'w.the und-.I..I.I. R. Squires and known to B to be the Individual '
tee .nd all Persons having ,Claims. Water A Carson Grocery Company of said Corporation. Chancery.. ,'Henrietta Baas et at oomplatnants. . In and who subscribed their names* ,
or Demands against said Estates In the above styled fixing the ARTICLE I. -1 Vs. Robert, M. Rvansf aU 'H- R. squires I the foregoing Proposed Charter, t
O.Co'Wal
To., and each of you. are hereby time for. filing rr'4" unsecured ,That the name of : respondents..Bill to Quiet Tltl"- Ped and John 8. Cudel,':: acknowledged that they executed <
i'' 'notified: Io prevent any Malms and demands claims of creditors ..f.rrln.the shall b. th..orpraUol I State of Flo-Ida ,elate ourselves together Tor pa. the same for the purposes tbe.>etm '
which you, or 'either of you. am. to FURNITORB Smith Company a corporation Th.1 pose ot becoming Incorporated ezpresesd. ,
l I'' r.. may. have axalnst.the'estate of Fran- ter for 'hearing.- ermr"t M.- GRATHJ place CMPA. sonville. Florida: You are.hereby the law of the State of Florida and name and'official '
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els I* MoGuIr deceased, late of Saint cl.lloatoo by said shall be In the City of Klsilmmee tilted that suit has been .tu ,we herebydeclare that the followingArticles i at th.' County of .a
! ,t Cloud Osceola county Florida,. to theundersigned . : '-M. County of Osceola and State of Florida the.bove entitled court and that youare of Incorporation shall constitute ola State of Florida,:on',this. tb.
, executor of said estate (A): The holder or holders of but the Board of lr.ctor. may nr.med as respondent In said and betii Charter df said I II th day of Dlll. L '
from the date hsre- un."cu.d claims or demands establish other offices and agencies suIt Said suit J I a suit to quiet titlewith Corporation .- IJCSSIO IX-kLBINUAlT. jF
I J.tbID.two..r. .. : .
: ''laln.t Waters Carson at other places from tin to tint .as reference th* following land I ARTICLE L I (NoUi"l .. ) -' ; .
I Dated May 10. A D 1(11 Company and persons may b. desired. situate In Osceola county, Plorldl. to* The name of thl corporation shall Notary Pblc. State of. Flor- '
DAVID. LAW. Gro.rr any Interest or any ARTICLE wit: The Southwest theNortheast be i Ida. ..
any funds or property I. and the Went half .' T.pl. .
> ,1-1t Th general nature the businessto quarter K1S3IMMEK WHOLESALE GROCERY No..mb... 15L 1(14.KRIBBS .
,.'f'! .- oTnYn now In thepossession be by 'said -Corporation of the 80utbe quarter of Section COMPANY.and ,' STEEDi -, '
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;. r.RID"iVRY are hall b tran.aet. on the business orbusinesses 7. Township Range !SEasto tho principal placeof buslnre.shall . Attorneys for Inoorporators.1 l-t
required to file written ..
state- .
DnPARTMRNT.TATB !] of Jobbers and retailers of iald' cult be In the City of' .
OF,, FLORIDA. OFKICH OF ..ments of their said claims and furniture, a fittings, was Instituted in said the ,County of Osceola and Klsslmmoe.. .i 'NOTICBTO CREDITORS -
OMPTROLLlCIt.'a TALL..HA..lClD demands. duly verified by the oath glassware, :::101.UJPII' Koods. :; ; list day, of April A. D. 1(11. and the da, but the. Board of may I '
of the person or by some officerof .. hardware %Sheriff of county has tetu..n..dthat establish other offices Dlr.otQ... at i -The CmBtyOraaty JadE., 0- -
Whereuu. b" satisfactory eyIden.o. the corporation making said the of said .. leteof. .
claims, before the .I kinds of (roods wares Qflo..e other places from. time to time, as may .
said
U Special are You are herebycommanded '
1 \ presented to the undersigned It has merchandise supplies Incident to him .be desired. '
been ,mad to appear that a banking -of Master Meptember.{ on or' before D. the first day the Furniture or the Hardware business. .,- notlle .r.qulr..d to I I'' ARTICLE"U. In re Estate of Joseph Rot Deceased.
association under the name of Mer- A. 1(11. to manufacture for sale. appear 1st day of Au.'I JTha the businessto To all Creditors Distribu I
ichants' and Farmers Bank of Klsstraaee (B) : Clalm shall b* provedon export and transport- tmport rust A. D. 1'1. to defend said acLion. .he I.nerl .. by said tees and all Persons having Claim .

? located at l'.I--': Florida! the to allowance. l of Interest deal In,' any' materials, ..rtcl... and. .. Don Ordere In Chambersat shall b* to carry on the corpraton' or Dmaad. against said Estate:
and organised u Laws of date of No".m. th. 1520.the thins;*, required for or In Orlando. Florida this 'the. list businesses of Jobbers and wholesalers You of you are hereby "
Florida, haa compiled with all the Receiver t tbr .of the with or Incident to the manufacture day.of J'un.. ItlK. 1 I I of groceries provtalons. notified. *n4 required to prevent any:
provisions required to b* compiled rights of the. claimant prejudice to the use* purchase and sale of any an4 C. O. ADR1WI ''|I hay, grain feed crockery fod..tul.. claim and d.mand. .which. yOu or,
to cLaim -
with by the Banking Laws of Florida Interest the aforesaid wares and As Julla of the > queensware harness articles either of you may ...* ..In.t.the
: before! an association shall be author such acc..ulnl thereafterupon al'of, and any and all such good. 'O.t made from .. trapplnl., con- ..tat*' of Joseph Root d.cea.e late
Iced to, commence the business ofBanking be due on said claims may be found to ... ars usually bandied In furnitureand I Ifoctlonery I drugs, .ath."l oils soaps, of Osceola county undersigned .
respectively hardware stores; to acquire, by NOTICE TO CREDITORS and dealers, purchaserS and sellers of administrator of said es
,, THEREFORE Ernest Amos. on the said 16th ..day of ,NoVember I. Covrt off o... (...tF ..., I within
NOW I. all kinds of two dale
1.10. pureb. or own bold buy o goods wares merchandisc t.ta year. trm'tb.". .
Stat. otb.rwl.e 01 is Centy. .State of .. .' '
Comptroller of the of Florida
(C) : _Any party to said cause, .. convey ..ab..t pteK'blra In r* Estate of Harrison.Broughton and supplies; to Import export 1(11. ,\ '
r by virtue of the authority vested In aid Receiver and mortgage or : buy, 'sell. ship..convey. consign, take Dated Jan IT, A. D ,
who .
any party
mo by. Section 4111. Of-' the RevisedQeneral other property. roal personal or mixed To all Legatees. Distribute on lease,: manufacture ,PEACE ROOT.
files his claim
,, >( Statutes of the State of Florida with this or said demand oredr In accordance ; to make contracts of any and llltop- having Claimsor I ,deal con.hrnm.nt with wares .1It Administrator.

certify that the Merchantsand file. with the said Special Master kind whatsoever for the furtherance aRln.t _le Estate: ,I and merchandise, loo. effects 'a" .
Farmers Bank of Klsslmmee, of Kls You. and are herebynotified NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
within of Its purposes of business. Including lot all kinds necessary or Incident to ,
.... In the County of Osoeola and September twenty 1st 1(11(10) d.y. aftec agreements or contracts between ..dcorporation and required' to .pr..lt any I<[the wholesale grocery.busineu, to buy, _
the State of Florida. Is authorised tooomm.no. to 'claim a answer. And or 'Othercorporations. claims and demands you or {(purchase sell I and deal In beef and DEPARTMEN OF .
the business of Banking .0bJotnl the any said demand. in Indlyldual lines of either of you. may have against thsestate beef products; to own operate' lease, 'Otlo.THm"NIR
under the name above given with a 'Wih Special Nt. of Harrison. Broughton deceased YIorida-Juiy ,
and contest the business of this eorpo..aUo. or otherwise ,hire. u.ad maintain docks wharves, -
same.D late of Osoeola Bounty, Florida. to
capital stock of Twenty-five Thousand ( ): Th said 8peclakMaster.li : p any presses tanks and storage NOTICE Ik hereby given tnat Clarenco -
Dollars.Given to Investigate all claims and altDtb c businesses and a.t do theundersigned Administratrix of'said facilities of every kind and to receiveprofits A. Minx, of XI.lmm. Vord. -
under my hand' and seal ef' mands so filed before him and and do.Is any .and all otheract.. and things. estate within two years from the an* tolls tb.rfroml to manu who, July .'. .U. ,
office this twenty-third 'day of'May, to hear and and to exercise any and. all other date h..r"of.Dat.d facture own. deal In .1.a Entry. No. 4or Lot.
t ..A. D One Thousand Nine HundredVTw prof .r.um.at. answers which may be July B. A n. 1(11 barrels. .el* ... 4. Section II and Lot 1. 0
.* B ty-on*. to report thereon III.e I I. i prlvl.le. or expedient.n.c..ay connectIon IDA BROTJG& TON. stills b..dlnl.materials Crate. Section '1. Township ii .. Range I ,
to the .uppl.
BRNE3T AMOS amounts Justly to the said with or In addition to the 10-a Admlnl.tratrlx Ian 1..1.., buy .and) B.. Tallahassee M.rdl..n"has 01.4 __, I
Comptroller, State of ,Florida. creditors. and owln. order In business or businesses herein ..bov..p.cll.e ell exchange and prouce.In tree, tlce: of Comniutstlon -'.
(OFFICIAL BBAL) IS-lt which the creditors are lawfully which a natural person or a NOTICE OF APPI.IMTIOJ FOB TAX plants, seeds, shrubs, cereals. and ...... Proof ,to establish--dalm.to the
entitled to payment. Said Special of this character may I I kinds of vegetables, pro- land ..boy. d..rtbe before Clerk
1OTICB OF BHICR......'..* .SALEUnder Master may. In his discretion or. lawfully do or .x.re..1 and te do any IS 'tn"JI citrus fruits and fruiti Circuit Court Fl.11. .;.
. .... NOTICI HEREBY GIVEN that on the of Auguet-l$ll.Claimant
dor proof In support of claims and all of the and things .. of Tax Certl-I i I ; eon.tuct erect.-operate and -b
and virtue' of above mentioned or enumerated, either C A parb. maintain house or packinghouses as -witnesses:
by an execution contested and u.-onte.t.eI, and .am. .
dated the Id '
alone la combination with Individuals 10.t. No. and J.> T. n.. Klsslmmee, Florida.
of seal or .ne forfruits
Issued out and under the on all contested claims shall give .
of A. KIR and of Taxi cannln& factor. '
of the Circuit Court of Osoeola counStte such notice to the creditor and companies or other corporations. Certificate No. (8. the Id day 1(I meats .I.tabl. of allkinds C B. Hanaell. of Klsslmmee. no.
ty. of Florida under date of creditor as may in hi. of June dat.d ; to prouc.. otherwiseacquire Ida ,
D. said Klsslmmee
cont..tnl cartificates '
Juno 14th 1(10 wherein George W be sufficient for a full ARTICI HI. A Ut. or otherwise dispose Lyons of FlorlosvPaul ,
,' Mann U plaintiff and B L. Lesley, A. dl.or.tln upon such contested The capital stock of for my ". .ntob madeapplication ''of products of such p.ekln.house ortactoryl Nettle,.'of riumlca, FkiHrta..
q I F. Bass and Rull Baas are defendants, claim. this corporation .hal be TwentyfiveThousand accordance'with tax Said certificates Issue In to buy ...t. handle ROBT. 'W DAVIS, .,
I have levied upon and will offer for (R) : Said Special Master i.dirocted ($25 Dollars to be embrace the Import and export and transport 1.lt :,\ Register.ItOTICB
ale and sell to the highest and beetp to proceed with reasonable divided Into 256 shares of the par value ,situated folo.lne d..crlb.1'01. meats of every description and aU .
p bidder for cash at the front door of diligence and .. al and file, of One Hundred. (110000) Dollars erty to-wlt ounty. other animal such aa hides, 0. .ILIOJf"!]

the Court House at Klsslmmee, Osceola In writing. h. said report or reports ,eacb Which said capital .tOk. may Id. .' ill of: Ul_. begin 1C feet south a: produ.t. fish fertiliser .MAI .P.c. .
county Florida on the.first Monday on claims or demands. b*. paid for either In cash prop and Z(4 feet of northwestcorner :all other articles of a similar '
east In tn. Vatd
the which have erty. labor or services at Just valuation all By virtue of the power jiinder
of May 1(11 the same beln been a dairy .
Lot 11 In Section 3* and south prUCt. but..r. "
Snd day of said month and a legal sented to htm'and 'InIIfl' : to be fixed by the Incorporatorsor .46 fest east 111 north run 64S buterln. ol.omaKarln. Chapter ((*(. Laws 'ot ."11. -
ales and between the hours of of he by thadirectors at a meeting call ft fast nature and t, H. R, May. mayor of
1.11
trd.: I.I: r. :: :11:0eam. and west ill feet.No. I .v"l.table. Florida, do hereby call a SpeciaElectIon
eleven o'clock A M. and two clock 'lyorl.. ed for that 118 of 1(11. Lot IT la Section ... a* alent.. .broker
P. M. of said day the following described IIla. thereof and i1' IV. 11.Doing In Township IE or commission merchant. any of to be held, In i the City ofKlHslmmee
real estate situated In said party to ... or hold- The corporaton have succession Range !( South the above ColmoIUe.; tosubscribe Florida. on' July.. Iftt
J. Osceola county Florida. as the prop- InM any such claim or demand by i. name perpetually No. (1 of a t.u. Lots (. 10 11. In forj .. 1(11. at the regularpolling p_
'. arty' of the defendant Rull Bass. to a. aforesaid or said Receiver and I to exist perpetually.ARTICLE . Section. 4. Being In Township tt hold for Investment or otherwise sell. said City of Klsslmmee, and subject
J satisfy within V. and of and advance to the general municipal law govern.
i .Id execution and costs, to- may twenty(1Odays rport dispose make
V wit: Lot 1. the East half of Lot 1, and the date of the filing of such re The business tegf the corporation South Rng. I E&t. and Park bring ac meals UpOf stocks, shares bond. ..- leg regular and special : iasaid
.1 Lota 4. C and I of Block; One (1) Lots file specific exceptions there. shall be a President a :"said lands.tb:, assessed e"a'',curltles. obligations of other corporations City, for the purpose.. fuclfInl '
1. I S. 4. 5. I. 78., A "(. 10. 11, ill. 11. BxcepUona not so filed will Vice President a Secretaryand. a coT of Issuance of said or to _exercise all th.. right rejecting the Jr Gffltr
5 14. II and it of Block Two (1): Lots not be considered by the Court Treasurer, and such other officers and In the .. of 8. J. I I powers and privileges of ownership 398Lawsnt
i. r t. '4, (. S. T, s. (. 10 ii, it, ii. and if no exceptions are. flieiwithin agents as may from time be W. R. -Grimes 1m.. Unknown. Souder. thereof and to exercise all and any'voting "An Act to Provide ;rtt.
,4. i 14. U, II 11, 1(. 10. 11. il. 11. '14. IS.1C said twenty : ) day per elected appointed, and tI.lmbY aBoard aid certificates shall be redeemed ac powers thereof; to acquire, by Auemment 'and Collectionof '
I and 21 of Block Three (I); Lot. 1. iod, the report. J'O stand con of Directors o to law tax deed will Issue purchase or otherwise, own bole buy InoHidliiB License Taxes' : ,
s. 10.. 11. 1*. It. 14. IS and 1< of Block firmedDated less than three nor more tUf.f:: cordlnl the 1th day of A- I sell convey lease, .ub.I.t ., of Klaslmmee City' :t.tbJ crda.4 .
'_', MT (I); A" * Block Six (1)1 All of at Klsslmmee. Florida this membera The number DI..to. b. ;iL on Au..a.t hiI' mortgage or real es- for the o : \ !
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Block seven' (7): All of Block Bight Tth day of JulyD.. 1121.M1'1lON shall be fixed by the JV 1 OVBRSTREKT. I or other property real personal = and: Tax -of
(I); All of Block Nine (() and all ofiff PLEOER. the By-Laws from time to ::and I Clerk* Circuit Court. 'I lor ml.e to make ontract. of any for the VaUd.tol ana ,'
:* Block Ten (10) of' the Florida Fruit Special Maatr ... the officers shall be . appointed Osceola .Florida. I. for of. AH A..m.nt. Assessment
Belt Sales Company; SubdivisIonNumbered State. Bank Building, as prescribed by the .. County. of Its purposes of I .. furU..rano. 'Rolls and .ale -
I B.L. B 8. Bullock D. -G. .
On (1). according to the Klsslmmee. Florida. 10-4t The same, person may hold I 'O-I agreements or contracts between saidcorporation City for the Year 1(10 ,1(11. '
subdivision Individuals 111. 1(14. .ItleV KIT.., 1(11. 1(1
t' Official Plat of the said offices. NOTICH OF. KLECTIOM and or othercorporations ut.
a. recorded .among the Public Records NOTICH TO COMTRACTOR The named persons shall In any of the lines of and 19IO-.a ', which lawlahereinafter
of Osceola county Florida In PlatA be the t.Uo.lnt eonduct the businessof Notice Is'berebygiven that"" an election business of this corporation or otherwise published In .U'ln ._ ,-
Book No. 1, pages (S and 84; also the Notice Is hereby given. that bids will the Company until the officers and will be held In Special Tax School ; and to IalUud .any cord.Do with- "' the provision. ,, of ,_le,
South half of the Northeast who, shall be elected at the and all other business .. e- *>
quarter: b. any r"
received by the .Board of County DI.oto. District No. I. otherwise known as .t tt.. 1'S.
the North half ot the Southeast quar. Commissioners Osceola County of officer of said Company the Narcoossee School onTuesday. and all other' a.cta and tblne. and to h..b"_pplnt'. Vans Aitnew,
} tee tbe Northeast quarter ot theSouthwest Florida, up to o'clockA. .hal b* qualified'O : I. A. D.' Dletrlo'the ,exercise any and all I nsrl Cark and *K. N.Pratton. ., '
quarter and tbe South half M. on : Tt. 1111. Orantham, President purpose A.aa.t. who shall which may be necessary = conven a* otteer. ,) 'aald >181_. ',
ft.', t* of th*' Southeast quarteroftheNOrthWCut at the office of' :dle'nllo, Circuit TreasurerA. &l serve school trustee of said dls.ient or ex>edl... In connection withlor Uon.. entitlad I
t "- quarter of Section Nineteen (1'). Court of P. Munn. Tie P.e"4eat trlet .the two next after theelection In addition the business ber..l. . Al 'f.aUfe4' .teOI to
\ Township Twenty... ($5) South me.. Florida for the sate and KIulm.fur..hlnr . O. Nele. .. and for .ea1.further purposeof 'above .peil.d. which a .... person I 9i elatloJ'Wn be ,enMtlsoV
Range Thirty (10)) EastAlso. NE* of. approximately: and C Oratb.m A. P. Mann and the number of mills < or of this character'may to vote In : electloa.IN _
o 'of NWU and NW% of NBU and fractional square yard of Vitrified O. ... .th. DI.oto. of d.t..rlnlnl tax to be levied and, lawfully do or eser.; and' to 'WITI' WHERIP. I" nave
NBtt\ of NH4 of Sec. IS /Twp. : Th*' first mee ting)of collected for the said ,two 'do any and all .t and h.rqnto P. of
annually
... Range 10; BE\i of NWK and fractional Jr SE.OOO square yards of Asphalt Block b. ,held-on the I(to day ,of Au..t A. . I things above maUoae or enumerated ef Florida. ; and
BWK of NEU of s..... It. Two. D. 1.1t and thereafter year The are appointed I either combinationwith caused the -corporate seal .saU Cltr-
.1 a.10. PYflm..Dt. 'yard Crushed Rock of Director shall be held at a. tootn.p..on.. >-clerk of said Indl..ldua" companies 0 other" to be hereto .fl..d. and earn attested .
Thla. the first day of April. 1(11. 1.500 Barrels Cement. the principal place of bunlnens of the election bY th Clerk'thla 10
L. R. FARMER 4S.600 corporation on the first Wedneeday oorpr.toa. III. day of uly, A-IxJUIlj .
Tarvla A. or Dan Smith and Ernest atW ,
Sheriff. of OsceolaCounty. Macadam .alon. T.sae February of each year (commenc Young "e J AI..oo. Victor -b. amount of the ''e.pia1 stockof I R '
Florida. lug with the year A. 1(11) if not ,, II.pto. this corporation shall Thou ot the City' ,
.. : Itt.OOS board feet of timber 1 x I1 D Kill olerk. Me ',.. .of".um. -
.. - or l4* *". a legal bolda.. and If .1..1 bold. Don by order of the Board of Public sand ((SO.000.00) Dqllar. to be -divided :
The sale In the above-stated case Is Bald material to be delivered at then on l st ._oedlu.bualnesj, Instruction of Osceola County Into Five H.adre(So() .shareaofthe At.eR GILBERT, ' -. .
> hereby continued and the said Holapaw County' day. tola. 17th. day of D.Attest \ Hundred C.r Rlr"r ''( '
s J* erty advertised to b* sold. protO Florid StUon 0001 ARTICLE V. Flor. .aa. A (t o.nrc each ; said ... II.AM'
"sale day In JUOl.n.L' b.t.. For $ In resardto Thls corporation an appropriate Ul. w. b*, eitherIn --- -- "
hour of eleven o'clock a m. aad two said fl..tb.ntorm.UO'n\ the seal and shall adopt By- : C BAI cash or In property, .. or services "- :. : '
o'clock p. m. of said day the sameb.tng of Cleric of"Circuit Court, : t-aws for the government of Its at.faire K. YOWBLU Cirman $ at S u.t. valuation to b ls. PERCENTAGE OF NEGROES ,
the (th day of June next County KlMlmmee.I Florida. V no Inconsistent with these Articles e County Superintendent and by the Inoorporator or by th ,:Bf ".
This the 18th day of'April. Kit Rights. are reserved to reject Incorporation and the laws Secretary of the Board of tors at a ,.e.lna called for that purpose. I LOWE FLG
". L. R. FA MIOR. an4all bid a" of the State of Florida which ByLaws Public Instruction.* *(.It ART The of M're
:r: Sheriff of Osoeolaw. Dated the 14th day of July X may be amended 01 repealed a* d..1 t' pputatl' Fot. ,
t,. jfj County. Florida.' D. p521. : may b* By-Law The corporation succession entlJ anne b,th \ K
or .
VTL s. by Its perpetually
I... OVRR8TREBT; .prrT1d 'fOc '
t The _I. In the above-stated. easels The and la corpran.me Cllf S
-.:.......'__..4Meby-oo I.: erty Is advertised .to. b* sold County Florida. caa at any .. ttt.. Itself shall teredIn a certain cause pending In 1 The business. of the corporation' ball negro. In 1910 th
.\V, sal day In August 1(11 .. ..proP-1 1.1 not exceed -. .. Thousand the Circuit Court of Osceola County. be conducted by a President a' 1st negro was11.. _.,. pnc.o -
boars of eleven o'clock a. m. and (125,00e.Oo) Dollars Florida la Oancr. wherein D. M. Vice a (nd' Vice 'President ".
o'clock p. m. of said day, same b.ln"l ADMINI.TRATOR.. NOTICB TO ELL ARTICLE VI!!. Partrlck' Is mrlalnant and Ida M. a It..ld"nt a ... ... ,. such '-e'negro population.which was, -
the first day of August next. JtmALUFA'TE. The name and r..ld.no. of the Kelly andi her husband .other officers and agents aa. may 808,669 In 1010. increased'to' '39,487 '. -';
,4;. This the 14th day of J'un.r. 1(11. Subscribing .. tether are defendants., I will sell to tb.bl..ber from time to time be elected or ap la ,1920 an Increase1 of, $ ." ;'percent.The.white "
I' f. RFARMftR.. I I. Cavrt of 43m ..y Judgo. lta. .( with the number of shares. of and b.e bidder for ositr. tn and all' by a Boafd of Di. ,
finer ft of Oaceola Florida Oneeela. .ty. thorised capital stock subscribed by tont the House door In the pointe consisting of not less than population In. they cam* t. '

1 1I.1t County, Florida.W . o'f wTTilam each, are as follows: of Klsslmmee 0..01.. C nty.Plf.'b.oa three nor monet than nine members. increased 7 from".442S.U"" "
4' In re Estate C. the rule In August, pro t
Olb.rt C.- H. Orantbaro. Klsslmmee. Florl- ndarh The number of Directors shall be or 48.8 percent. -
Samuel F. M. .. same 1st day
.OI'.r.N.m. (0 fixed oy the stock-holders the ByLaw
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Olb.rt -
NOTICH OF APPLIOATIOM FOR TAX '
I and r A. P; Mnnn. '10Shares. equity of' the said defend from time to time, and the officers The whit population o1th.* tate"
..' DBKDvi _ Notice Is hereby .. to all whomIt KI.emm Ford.. a't. following property, to- shall be elected or appointed aa consist Dt" *'
may eonoe Flossie C D. Nelson Ktsslmmee Florida prescribed by the fly-Laws. Th ma o' '
: .> Notice I* hereby glyea. that isaac ,: a* Ouardlan the' Estate Olb.rt 10 Shares Lots .t..nU-foar(10 and t.....-. 'same person may hold two except born_ of ntive Ameca.-p"tU"
U"Tomer, purchaser of Tax Certificate above milor'will on the lid day of IN WITNESS We have ty-flve I I Farmer that the president ofie. the total ,.
17. No. 4I(, dated the Id day of June A.'A July apply to fits Honorable hereunto set our WtRIP seal this Subll.l.n. Map of H' Farm ,'any other office abal i entage being. 632.296' while the' for.; t. '
D. I.U. has1. filed said certificate in T. L. Comer, County Judge In (th Say of J'uly.A.. D 1811 to Prospect Park. The following named. person '' .,
4 '., sP> rnjr Of lie., and has made application and for said County at al* office. In H. ORANTHAM, (SEAL) b.I... a Subdivision of lot sev be the officers to conduct' the .bal ell element Is 'rprHn by1 48-.
for tax deed to Issue In accordnneewith Klsslmmee |In said County at 10 e P. MUNN (SISAL) enty-nine (7. ) of Florida. l.ndIJpr..em.Dt I ness. of the Company until the officers foreign-born -.3.761 la"V"

law Said certificate embracesI o'cloek a. m.. or as soon t..tt.r A. O NELSON. (SISAL) Companr. Addition and Directors who be : white >who ,
i the following described! property, situated matter can .b* ... STATE OF FLORIDA. ) of Kleslmmeo. Florida .d at the first election .hai ....Iect hd" f.IPr .
In Osceola county,' Florida! to* thority to sejI.) at.public or private COUNTY "OSCKOLA. ) beln& a part of Section 11. aid Company shall be qualified: parejiU, and ,
jf. WlLoU sale tbe' Uo'Wlnlf-erlbed real estate. BB IT KNOWN. that before me the IS South Range ItEast. J. R Hunlres. President parent forlg.b. the other being.
1, 1. t; and, ..t Block ,3$5. Saint ; In said OuntF. : ,. undersigned Notary In and forthe O..ola County. Florida. H. J. lit Vlce-Presl- native. "
Cloud. yP *> Lots Seven. Eight (t) of J PblC. said property being satisfythe Hlfrandt Te tot, .Iud" '
i% State of Florida. of Osoeola dent. '
The said land" being assessed at to*. W. AdderhoWs Ro-suh-dlvtston of personally C. Oran decree of this court o'nd'oc '1'. H Galloway. Id also 58, .Inlna. 181 .
k .V ,<.. date of Issuance of said coruScate In Block K. Of Robert Bass' addition to Sham' 'A. P [ a 'Nelson W. STmD. Leslie Squires. Vlc..Pr..fdent "all other... ..
Tre. Japnel. .
... the name of R H. Reed. Unless the To.n of Klsslmmee Ciy. per. to me known and :to to bthe .. . urer.J.. Hcr.tary every'county' pf the state
f .aid certificate shall be redeemed aooordlnir Plat filed In the records Circuit Individuals In and Subscribed )MABRY CARLTON. R I J '. '
f to law tax deed. will Issus Court of' Osceola County Florida their names to the foregoing Solicitor for Complinant. I.-I ,' : ,e.i' e. Squires: .anm thf percentage o' neC has <
:; thereon on the let, day o( t.unu. A.i which application will be based upon Charter and they .. .. Irop..d J.'oio J. shall be the DI. cr.aaed'end in c\ttes/ .' , ,
:;: ..\' ."". the petition-for such sale, now on file they ....cut..the same for the. pur- I. The Cmmwt eC The resisty ..... reel or.' there ,were) also" a decrease I' ',
L. OVBKSTREET. In said Court. .
f. hll.Iit poses expressed. of Ocevolai C*..'F. State ef FI.r.... The first election of Directors .ba1 of .<,, .
Clerk Circuit : Oson- Dated June Tt '
Court.
tv'" WITNESS My name and official seal be held on the tsth day of numb. tem"
I' ola County. Florida tLA. GILBERT at KisHlmmee. In the County of Osce IN RET E8TATI OF D ltd, and tbesttafter the annual Osel. cunty' the' 11ntc ; .
r-:: (Circuit Court S..al 35-It Guardian.In ola and -Htste of Florida on this the VIRIT CARSON, I election of Directors shall be held at of was. I 18.;
(th day of July ( DECMAHRD.MpTICH. the principal place of business Of the nec.1920 it : of '
OP GUARDIAN the Circuit Seventeenth JESSIE oif In ". 'arnt
i.01(1' ] SALK ourt I) KLKINMAN. TOrBKDITORB. corporation Ib. prst Monday '' t '
1 - Judicial Circuit of of Flor Notary. State of Florida .February In ....h rear (omm.nelnl th entire population. 1
\',' '1. Noths Is hereby given. that the un Ia In and for the County of O..ola My PublC TO PERSONS HAVING OLAIMfl with the year A. 'D, ( ft "f"' .' I
'Ct t'er.igned. May U. Conoly. as guardian 'b.no.ry: S. B Owen as R.o.h..r November .. 1(14. AND ALI T I'I1I1' $- legal holday. and If a legal holiday, LITTLE tftEXPECTED( HELPS ,
t ,. 'r '. of the person and property, of .UlmerOonoley of' Tb. Waters A Carson (Notarial R.al TATII'OF CHARLES AVERBTT CAM- then next succeeding business
.: 1b4 $ and Ida Lou Conoley. will Company, a corporation. Corn oroo..r STKKD. BON .PKCHA8KIJ LATH OF KIIISIMMlSl& CARRY BROAE MSGI :
,: .4 apply to the County Judl' of Osceola versus Milton Pledger.. as Attorneys for. Sl-4t OSCEOLA COUNTY FL.ORIIA-,I ay.ARTCE! VT. '
County. Florida at In- the trator de bonls non cam .. rpr.to. WHEREAS on the 18th day of May. shall adopt an The : agent has serve In
courthouse. In Klsslmmee, Florida, at annexo of the Estate of Frederick. MOTiriO RJPM-CTOH FOR FINAL A. D. 1(11 C. A. Carson. Jr. aa Executor appropriate seat and .shall adopt ByLaws county t la' '
u 1000 o'clok a. .on the' 5th dy of Macintosh deceased, etc.. .t Re- .DISCHAROB of the of Charles Aver- for tbe ..oy.rn..nt of its affairs an torts of c.pdUe. T agent I '
,: .e 3331., 'an order to .1 the ..ndent. 'a Ett. filed before me not ..It. these "'Aw4 WitH ; .: .0 '
,. J Au..u.t 01 ,IIliaer.. Coln. .Id. of Pri to Frederick .t Cren..de.a.. on oath, together tides of Incorporation the laws i cbs.' t..t.jt1A. .
emergency :
: t Lots CoIOn7.' mlno. pry.t. ort Iarntoh. Jr. la. The CaseS of Coaaty...Stale wrlt.n the required schedules, that of the State of FlorIdawhich By. .
'. public aal..1' .T said ) wife,' of Bdlnborougn .Flertda. Oss sia he believed theestate. committed to Laws may b amended or repealed in t fn,ilrst-aii service.,., A
Court may order la and to the folow. lnto.h1bl.' - .,- Great- itsln. ,-r' hla-eharsr to b*' to an amount may be By-Laws. .fine mules had i run a t
,,',,' ing' described real estate In T 01. you aT. hereby la ,the BsUt. .*.of,AbrJ"ro ftreaterthan hld.btfld.thereofand. | -.r.1L) '' V ascrsperand..were',badly '
ia County F.orld& -. -, ,Th following commanded *ppep IA \the above Do."t that estate was 1 )The b.'ea amount of Indebtsdoeas wt
'- r 1 . ihlp'' TwentyfiveSouth. styled cu.0" the $'b day of sep- I IS IZltEBTOIYEN., all 1 you In.ol.nt Ir'tol.'or 'which this.corporationcanat up AHhovgh 1 'e y.r.broksii,
? .' Range Tbl..tJ EastAl' (lees tember A;. 1111*" .<- ",' i.1 NOC." .'that "- t the24th ...THB.EnRE and any-time..Mbjeet itself ahall mule Lsd; tolf.1, bad
), 1lwe.t. Q of 8"'t ., WIT1JJ \ Honorable.. 4 An- day of An Dc.. .. D.ldU I shall "p herbl file before ,me before the not exoeed double the amount of, Its net '
iectrori'Two' rews/Jadge' of n. above'4r3 and apply to the ,T. L., Corner 1st da'-to1'Js.ii&ry. A duly capital stoeV authOrtaM .such time, .b1U..1..1' aO.
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.iKSleasl uthweeti guart*! ?? siy. name ... and 'the', seat of Jbdge .nob., Jodgeofprobate authenticated .nr.Iah.D UI.! de- 1 i ;. .". )AfT1CL TlL. ,," .,.I' main ,' '
'1; ,: Northwest ,4aartr),'o OtiiOl 'lr.e't said 1 1 Co*ft.'-at sTlJiunaeey.001 01..1.. _. discharge manda.which'ou tor .rtttieT of yon J '?bn.m.' of tf.esu1s.ibInr The wound were ;disinfected all
tTJ Norhwest varte f Northeast ua.t.r. .- County, Ilo..Id,this (th day "a trix of the oetater* of .1..u. may tae'aald'' estate. lasorporater.. t.., dressed -And'Instruction* given .
I f $ Qnartsr at l the h" aCn.t. .Florida this with 'be of share. .f "
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c :' -'Pi .. & I County. Florld rTT .' ask for' > f A'Jsd ef the BountyCJojirt .FlOrida,, mgent 'eonThMe* tb'c.t.'t1
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1 'fOUR THE K1 I5IMMEEt'/ALt.RY: : t 4ZETTFYr: .JULY, 22.' l.2l "

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.' 'KISSJMMEE VALLEY GAZETTED: money lrvauspfil so' Tang! way that it would }have, been,i impossible. to jecuro 'public (nor' more than. banker. -new:do.. Perhaps--you may have
't I any evidence upon which; to bate an'acllori.. no money; f6 loan; today its some '*'ay,4jut;, you .pre not a good,
J Upon the'project for the completion of the road The Gaietfe.. .)ldi no banker ifLyou-fail to sell credit to every customer who ha the eprorer
PabrUhed Every Friday ,, brief for either the commissioner or the ,contractor It does however, 'wcurity with'.which' to buy it., A., banker money
By KiuimaiM Valley Gagman Company, lUsstawMe& .-Florida. I: hold"a brief for ;the people of the entire county; end should it Callow to pass .from hi depositors 'and tell credit to his *bo10w-: a"rotfrchandite -, ., ,r
r W. B. Hubs, President. *L G. Van Agaew; Secretary unchallenged any grot acts of unfairness or any ulterior scheme for lessen. [{.j.'
. W. L. Theradyka. -"Y, Editor .. .- ing the value received for each dollar vetted The ,Gazette would be j justly It would be'a poor merchant who could not find ways to pro- ' ;.
'SnhscripUon. Rates t 'J criticized for its laxnei Because of this :because the public ha*, become vide good for his cu.tQmera'lO long at they could pay. He i* a .
ODe .Copy <>n. 1r..r..___ __ --.------.:-.--.-.---- "------.-----..12.00 somewhat skeptical regarding the proposed work, there ii all the snore reason pOor banker, who cannot find credit, to sell to his customers so long
t'J One Copy, Six MontnsZ. ,-.-...-.--...-..--.-:-.;..------- 1.00 why there. should be full publicity,regarding detail., "' a* they are able to the price and assure the final( redemption '
every pay
Qua. Copy' Three Monthe.r.:.__..____..:__......__:_____._.__ .KrtITKnt While ,the the much did ,
complete: stipulations regarding work, to be carried 'out and banker need to win public favor just as a* railroad
'r' / r.4 at the. PO.totae> at, Kl..lmme.. 1I'Inrlda. a* .....ond-cl.ii. matter.) have not been I made--therefore the statement thai the .contract is ,not sufficiently 25, yearsago.' Railroad missed their opportunity cultivate the
'from our authorised correspondent must 'b. binding is not'justified-.there'should be a full understanding as' to public:, and they ar. now paying' the penalty.. Bankers therefore,
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AU. communication raeept ,
*' imtnuxl by the writer.. he .length of'the road.terM built; whether'it is. to be of the length stipulated 'cannot'afford not advertise., Nor, for. that matter. ,,can, any other "
Rilectrd matt>r will, not be returned unle. called tor. ..,. tn the call for bids ten and six-tenths, ,or'only. nine miles, as was mentionea class of 't' / ., "
in several conversations .during,the, of( the commissioners and of advertising '. : '
\ " Forwlffn Ad.vrtMng R.prwMnt._ ; meeting Newspaper publisher intensify their-ways means n p
k M THEAMERlCANPRES.ASSOCIATION ". -4t should be borne in 'mind also, that the. commissioner; have; been whenever business men' lessen their, When business' is
assured that the,road can be' built "within the sum which the'time certificates dull many industries shut down, but when business is dull live .
J .: FRIDAY JULY 22, 1921 will bring when sold." The attorney for the board informed the boardin newspapers! push out with greater vigor than ever before They tr'
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---- - -- BO uncertain terms when the matter of rejecting all bid was being considered practice what they preach. ,Let other follow their pre.chinl'and .
> *.*:.>., ;.; PEOPLE "MUST Ri\TIFY'RECENT. LEGISLATIVE ACT ... that if it was the intention of the board to build the road under'ice their example and soon once more would, be heard "the music of .
< \ -. own jurisdiction the expense must come below the lowest bid 'received, to progress the'' whir of tlp spindle the throb of the locomotive, the .
Ti-uss an appeal to every l loyal citizen of Kissimmee.; be legal-,and it was with knowledge of this the final action was taken. loud roar of the furnace." Pessimism would be. buried beneath
Next Wednesday there will be held an election in this city at which The. lowest bid for the completed road was 16449030. the abounding' .spirit of optimism., Credit would be restored to the e
$ lime it i i. expected and desired that the action of the recent legislature It is.generally conceded that 'contractors upon such "an undertaking a* merchant and the manufacturer. The banker would no longer
Chapter 8989 '(No. 594)), will receive such strong endorsement'and 'approval this road add twenty-five percent to the cost to, care for, any unexpected fear to do business. \
that the 'world will be shown the sentiment towards those who have been lossts which may happen. It is possible that 'a, still greater percentage was The spirit of patriotism,for business is as vitally important to ". ",\,
dodging taxes -various intervals lot the past ten years or more. added in this case. Taking the figures from M ule. 'they being the' lowest the nation'* ,welfare a* wa the spirit of patriotism for the war four '(1;"
k The Gazette of last week contained the full text of the' law that has I for first grade brick, as mentioned above, it might be safely calculated thatif years ago. 'The'slacker then was a coward. The slacker and the 4
i' ;' been' made, valid by the signature of the governor -"- and now awaits' but twenty-five percent had been added for profit the cost price would be pessimist of today are doing the country infinitely more* harm than .
1 the endorsement of the voter to set the wheels in motion. The settingof brought down to $123,367.73-n-pjecisely $132.27 less than the time warrants did the slacker of war time .' .
. ,those wheels in motion .mean more to the city and the city's progress than will bring when sold at 95c. This sum doe 'not make allowance for 1'
.ha*, been imagined; and it would well pay the voter to look up the law a* the culverts. And if the entire sum is expended in the building of the road HENRY SEEKING MORE',FORD PUBLICITY !: ,
i i'! 'was printed and Carefully study it. there will still be a commission of $12036,77 I to be paid when the highwayis' .
For the past ten or more years there has been accumulating upon the completed. PROVIDED the government will spead' .$28,000,000 ia patting.ia a*'
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: book of Kissimmee a vast amount of arreages in license taxes, as well as The tentative contractors have: assured'that only the most perfect work few needed odd and ends at the Muscle Shoal nitrate plant ia Alabama, \
taxes upon personal and real property. There has been, apparently no hall be given for the money and that the road will t>4 completed within the Henry Ford will bay and leas the. concern!>> for one at an aggregate >, I'
1 I' ; legal means by 'which these sums due the city could be collected; consequently amount of funds. They have the pledge of the state road department that price of $105,000,000. Just what Henry will thin of next as'e,
S those who were so disposed would evade the just payment and sHall the funds give out and there still remains one and one-half or two barf of construction for.hi* cars is enigmatical-hot it i b aa assured fact '
1 : the "balances due"would cumber the records. Whether or not the reader miles of road to be finished the state funds will be used to complete' i it. that a mighty good quality of fertilizer b going to b* turned. oat. at that
s p of this article owes a just debt to the city he must admit, if he is a real man, .Taking this as a criterion these figures are given t The lowest bid was plant one it get t. r.nning.GOOQMAN'S. .
i' the debts should be full and paid at once. There is not an unfair $15.518 per mile. Allowing .there was added 25 percent for possible lossesor -ft
), line in the measure pain voted upon-not a paragraph against which any miscalculations, that figure would net $11.638 per mile-or, for the eight
r loyal citizen can take issue; and it behooves each voter to go to the pollson and six-tenths miles (two miles being completed by the state road depart. .
next Wednesday and vote for the ratification of the proposed law. ment) an aggregate of 9486660. To this should be added the ten per "
?, ; There are conditions' existing in Kissimmee which can be remedied only I cent for superintendence, 9448.68; making a grand total of $103,935.48.
1 7' by the adoption of this e .u'e-and when remedied there will be funds : Allowing ,there figures to be approximately "COrrect there would be sufficientto GROCERY :
f, on hand which are sadly needed. There are today more than fifty, thousand I construct aU the needed extra work-and have a'nice surplus from' the
t dollars due the city. This it a conservative figure; by some the amount i'i ale of the time warants. : 3M .
1) estimated much higher. This amount is justly due the city; much of' it has The figures are merely hypothetical.-but are based upon information : : '

'i, been due for many years; and the financial condition of the city will be secured' from. thj contractor and the. commissioners. They are presentedto t$ r1C car? ldS ;'
i? t placed in shape that will be highly beneficial to every resident if the measure show how the plans may be worked out. The contractors are resident, '
NEXT TO OF COMMERCE:
t' to be voted upon shall be carried. of this county. L. R. Farmer is accredited with a vast knowledge regardIng CHAMBER \
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\ The .man who will deliberately shun the payment of the taxes legitimately ; the construction of road's-he has had experience and has made good '
i1 due is not a citizen of which to be'proud. There are certain 'cases L. H. Ingram is reputed to be able to handle large gangs of men in a satisfactory Successor to Goodman & Woodall
r ., where at the proper moment the needed cash is not available, it is true manner-which is an important factor in the prospective proposi '
+r ', and in such cases all due allowance should be made; but where, year after tion. commissioners are interested in seeing that this highway is builtin THE ONLY CHANGE ABOUT THE PLACE J .

r year there is a continued evasion of_ the just debt there attaches to the the best manner at the least possible outlay. The matter lies in the hand IS THE SLIGHT CHANGE OF NAME k
delinquent flavor that is not at'all pleasurable." Year after year there of these seven men-once the_enterprise is commenced. .' .
have been adding to the sums due penalties and interest and new taxes AND TO THOSE SEVEN MEN WILL THE PEOPLE LOOK TO SEE
k !i until the aggregate hat become painfully large: yet there is scarcely a case THAT THIS ROAD SHALL BE COMPLETED IN A WAY THAT WILL HERE ARE REAL'RGAINS' ,

I; where. the debts could not have been settled had the debtor so desired PROVE A CREDIT TO THEM' THEY EXPRESS' CONFIDENCE IN 100 Pound Shorts: WHITE: SACK ________________---___$1.90 .
and
' : There is a sad reflection upon the part of those who continually THEIR ABILJT -TO CARRY 'TO A FINISH THE -WORK THAT IS SO
. II persistently evade the payment of debts..-especially: where the amounts are MUCH NEEDED. IT IS UP TO THEM TO RE-ETABLISH A CONFIDENCE 3 Large.Cans Hawaiian Pineapple _______________________ LOS l: r

r, needed for the upkeep and the improvment and the advancement of the IN PUBLIC OFFICIALS WHIC>>- HAS GRADUALLY BEEN WANING 2-Pound Can Gold Bar Greengage Plums__________________ .60 .

jd & entire city. Suth action create a feeling of unfairness, upon the part of IN VIEW OF PAST PERFORMANCES. .:--*- 24 Pounds Pillsbury Flour ______________________________ 1.49 ,1I
i; those;who promptly pay the taxes assessed against, them. Those men feel I Gallon Alaga Syrup .85 L "
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( ? 1r there i i. spit of a premium offered for delinquency-especially those when who the DISCUSSIONS ARE MANY REGARDING SHELLSHOCK 8-Pound Can Snowdrift Lard __________________.._?_____ 1.06
less than i
authorities agree to accept: a amount i. charged against
1? +4 Pounds of Rice ______ 4.00
havjp refused to their just dues. aim .. 100 *------ --------------------
4t. pay WHILE congress i* spending muck ., .... tnottey in iavestiffatiaishtllihock \ .
t ; i '. There it' one way out of the present dilemma in which the city finds cases and has arrived at tome vety logical conclusion regarding Plenty of Special. Come ia and save yourself Money "

itself., the plaintireae of the multitude of case brought by those supposed I. be .
J There it but one way in which the city can find the needed finance for expert in the matter, English investigators have issued am ultimatum fating
improvement i OUR, GOODS ALWAYS GOOD +
necessary that the term "shd-shock" it wholly a misDomerBritfplraldaa. r
i '" There is but one way in which the city can rid itself of"the incubus of i the afflicted mea were rendered invalids by napreventabl' fear. The OUR SERVICE ALWAYS SERVESGoodman's R

a debt and the lessening of interest and promulgation. 'of a program. of' beautifying word "cowardness, b .IB BO way implied: !in making the decision" -the ex. "
,' the entire community. pert insisting that the word "hysteria" ia the proper' I...... "Sheushock"
f: rtTHAT:' WAY IS FOR EVERY MAN AND EVERY WOMAN WHO IS .
according to the British finding is where bodies of victims have bee found .
.ti;. \'t.' .'lfoA? LEGAL TAXPAYER TO GO TO THE POLLS NEXT WEDNESDAY AND bearing no wound or bruise of nay kind in the vicinity where there have I { .Grocerf'

l";",\ ?' "(;,-;'=/CENT VOTE, LEGISLATURE.FOR THE RATIFICATION* OF.'THE ENACTMENT, ' OF r .THE RE- been many snefls ':&pICHI'". __ ,; ; 'I K.t .

THE MAN OR WOMAN ,WHO' DOES NOT POSSESS SUFFICIENtI PESSIMIST OF TODAY WORSE-THAN WAR-SLACKER .. :. 55
g LOVE AND LOYALTY FOR THE CITY'TO VOTE IN FAVOR OF HAVING J. W. GOODMAN Proprietor ;
T!, I "A', CLEAN FINANCIAL SLATE FOR KISSIMMEE-AND WHO RE- OPTIMISM l the spirit of forwardness today. The pessimist is a back- Broadway JI"7": ; ; '-
FUSES TO.FORWARD PROGRESSION BY SUPPORTING( THE MEAS number; -or. if not a back-number is really worse than a cypher with the ,
URE/THAT;WILL PLACE ALL CITIZENS UPON AN. EQUAL FOOTINGIS I rim knocked galley west. The pessimist is today preaching to a small congregation ,
-. A-SLACKER. -and a congregation at that which lack in mental powers. .
LET: EVERY CITIZEN ASSIST IN THIS IMPORTANT PROJECT. Advertising t today it a keynote of success-just at much as in the'daysof
x 'j r EVERY LEGAL VOTER HAS THE RIGHT OF 'FRANCHISE. EVERY ancient times. In the twenty-fourth chapter of Number one may .find .
LEGAL, VOTER SHOULD VISIT THE POLLS NEXT WEDNESDAY AT jn the fourteenth verse: "Come, therefore and I will advertise thee." Andin "
a 'a ... AN EARLY HOUR..AND THUS PROVE TO THE PEOPLE THAT CLASS the fourth chapter of Ruth the student will find in the fourth verse the DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
; .1 LEGISLATION'AS. REGARDS, . DELINQUENTS. SHALL IMMEDIATELY expression : "And I thought to advertise thee." Little is done in any line 1
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END.' v except it be a form of advertising when the action is carefully considered;
t. &f' THE' CITY NEEDS THE MONEY THAT IS DUE. yet much is not advertising that brings visible results. '
.1rr .:.ii WILL'THE GREAT MASS OF VOTERS HELP TO LEGITIMATELY : The progressive man or firm or community must be a .believer in advertising NOW '" :
"r' ,; 'OBTAIN THE' FUNDS BY FAVORING THE PROPOSITION 'TO BE -for it may be seen upon every hand what good clean clever OPEN
' ,a VOTED: ON :NEXT WEDNESDAY: :: ?, I f and careful advertising hat done for the thousands 'of successful concerns '
"' ;" ;IT;.IS TO BE HOPED SO. A recent 'issu of the Manufacturers Record carried an excellent article. upon CORNER EMMEtT STREETAND ORLANDO AVENUE ,, : 4 '+1
"" . ' this .theme--and .a portion is herewith re-produced: i<'
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i .: *t.- EFFORTS ARE"BEING MISDIRECTED In one way or another .through all the ages men have realized ; ; SPLENDID FIREPROOF BUU-DING '

t. cab ';r., '. r" ., r. .. .., .',", .-....,_ that without publicity or advertising their effort would be in vain. .-
THAT .sadery-which: spends a coasideraMe mat of ...., each year The 'mighty pomp and circumstance: of war" the triumph of the STORAGE OF CARS'A SPECIALTY j

tf x j? "*sapplyinf man? hotel-rooms with bible ....I. tarn over a aew leaf; at old Romans, the varied,, means adopted to 'send information throughout j : f,
t, V?i. Uaat it ...... spat Its efforts .by ...c1iar t* every editor la the state a, fin: > all empires in olden days, down to the tremendous displayed EXPERT REPAIRING OF ALL .KINDS ..;
.... ... .u.a.! -wida and of the British 'Government in stirring'
L .. : all references a. complete c..eor..e.. It fa very advertising campaign a na ,
c+ V, evident... few priatshop in Florida have sack a votamo. -for there an tion's patriotism and raising an army of 5.000.000 volunteers and NICE LINE -OF OILS AND \,
GASOLINE \
1' _... adaqaotatioat from that work; ...,. excerpts: are published as similar advertising work by the American Government to tell Lib .
s. ;R. from the bihk;' and any/time tome editor* feel incfined to be a bit reBfioa erty Bonds, were all merely a broad and ever growing realizationof \ r t' .
tK taeyH thiak .,;a nkrat*'and then attribat it to Paal ... Sila air. Noah or the pdwer of advertising:! Calf and. See Mo I ViE Appreciate Your Patronage : '/j .
f 'John i ... Peter or Ja.... The bible b too excellent-a prodnctioa to as* as Without advertising England could not have raised its mighty ,
t t' a baa. ol .mismformati**_aad if ...*...pen o were supplied. u Mffctodof volunteer army: without advertising the United States could not DIXIE HIGHWAY r

s .erne, them. might become better dtixeas. have found 20.000.000 bond buyers. . GARAGE H
? S' F' The same power of advertising could now 'sell"pro.perity to .
'''t "' i COST PEAS PRICE. CREATING: CONSIDERABLE COMMENT the whole country; There is enough .to write about and talk aboutin JAMES C. PRENTIS Proprietor, II .
.', advertising to stir the nation to a realization of our country' -

i ". 'FOLLOWING the commissioners !>f limitless resource 'and illimitable development potentialities.The . . ... ..... ........ ....... . .... . .. .. ...... .... '
complete the tea and six-tenth gmus--br even the nine milesIthe'un'f power of all-pervading. all-compelling ,advertising work I \'
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, tt S .finished portion of the section lying' within this couhty on the cross-state literally alive with the fire of truth and enthusiasm, would ,quicken .t .0 ......... .0.f..,..o....... ... ., ... ...... ....--. 'Jl. :1 i it
highway, there has been much adverse comment upon the fact that the contract every heart beat would thrift every American ,would stimulate the *
'-h ice ,not". sufficiently! binding to prevent the expenditure. the entire young to deeds of achievement in the business world to match the -
: 4, amount of money--if such should happen to be the desire-upon even a achievements and the glory.of the battlefield and would stir afresh I Your Battery Needs f fRecharging : ::1
r; .small sectionof, the road; thereby spending the money and still" leaving an the,blood of the old. The flag of America's patriotism unfurled t{
tncompleted! road. advertising, rightly done the bugle call to work the drum beats ,
ter '' 't To 'show that such things: Lave'been clone -in this county the case of "Charge," would lead us onward commercial power and glory

+? the road ,in' the Kenantville ,district i.i cited. In that. locality,. the assertion and prosperity a* worthy of praise as ever' wa the work of the '; : : y ;(
'. "j i* made with no attempt to mince words, that some.$40.000.or$45.000 was battlefield.. ,'Outside the car at least once a month to keep it healthy Don'tk d
r anent with' not more than ten thousand dollars' worth of improvement; and Then down with the pessimism of the faint hearted camp follower '"' neglect it. ,Our battery service department is the best in the .. "rfl' ,,j
'tl,* fact that the present 'commissioner from that district ha;:said that he and up with'tlje! flag' J, f could ,have taken .,0n..wftM.amount. and given double the'' service4<1'goes ,Onward with "sound the.ghar e,"through every, well tested Service 1 battery furnished at email cost to use whip youn it" i! I "!!
.''ar1':toward :proving th.,,first' assertion"' correct.: '* and 'pro.9 advertising medium.. and we would soon see almighty: ,otfilbetcar.i. 'Te'ti..J'RJ:1. : : :';, ,.. '' .." ''J.
'The Gazette.bar no. apoJopto';offer for the.?reputed proceeding which of .D.tion.of'J 5OOO.OOO.Ie putting-to disastrous rout r. 'wr- 1 :f -
army a also(do r Vulcaniong and par ntea'.tislactioD' (/', ',. j t
:" atcanpanied the spending f'Jhe..u a.at'lint' for the' faint heart of pessimism\ in bankin'officeand :-: : '
.1 t'c appropriated constrac-: every every 'preacher ; .
? V ,!lion of the KminuBee-Melbourne:crpwstate road-a sum which. Under'good: i in factory I, '. "" ?. .>. : .
:'''. andTiioaest management; 'would:probably have ,completed the"highway;:in .1 :SomeCall1lot'a' rd.,to'advertiie'The'answerisyou; : "\, "McNBill Storage j Bare r Co. j
:''' 1; i.w.d'isf'leaving'morotlan' ten: mile*; ia decidedly ,bad, shape,i That' there cannot afford,.not advertise.. -" "' ., ir, .*..< (
j ,. ;. .' y 'wacrafting\ : ia.:.the construction of: that.road no 'on* doubtsf that there '.t is: Why; advertise when there i js no business'to be>> had> say'others., .< .. Aitats Uairortal BatterU '' =
( .,a*',;..Iftingwadd'be a 'most mostdifficult thing, prove"at '|hi* tiae.i.peopJo 'Because the'only way, to 'create business by'advertising.' f'.j:'. Dakia .AVMM.:;..... *" ...._ -ft_=-'-.* _.. .:.,,,
.., .iw&Nowtid'thdt.'medicbr.'with' : a gulp--and) hava'been, making .Wbi.dYerti.. when,we have. BO' ''money to- loan? ay.'torafl; ;;,,, \ . -- '.I,, '.<,' '--. .'-., .ta' "Maahattaa:. ., --,HUl. ",::, ,.:; ;;
i. .; t facet *ver;since; .b+rE.tio.'..official_action'wa. ever taken., cS m.. av',the ,bankers';,.and,the>>answer.". no:das*:ever:.needed_to Cultivate;the""'' . ;" .
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A gripping drama that rivals'. the A- romantic drama of' the north member '"Behold My' Wife!"' MARY.T, t

I: beet; of them .wood. i-r'.. Well, .this Is another. ... .George- Mel.: : ]
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MACLEAN '. ,
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"OUTSIDETHE 'THE a. l4Uc-btl! little farce;'c comedy ''
BILLIE, / . WISE
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*, her.merriest ;. ;" It., : RETURN" ,* -' FOOL"It's ASTRAY. FROM. .THE STEER'v ',

:. madcap",\.,romance I : Priscllla 'Dean ,andl'Lon: : With an all, star cart,of favorites I. v AGECASINO' _. ..'

,h "-AWAY GOES' PRUDENCE' Chanev.. ..... -ALSO-, , aParamount, j lct r*.' ?" r
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ALSO- EDDIE POLO OFFICER CUPID J'-.
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\ PARAMOUNT 'TOPICS OF -A- -In- -. .:, KEATON .
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MAGAZINE CHRISTIE COMEDY Y "'DC>" OR, D E". COMEDY in "THE' HAUNTED yl
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, ITEMS OF.A, WEEK I "

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Saint Petersburg has Abandoned ,
forever its free auto camp.,
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1 Bad, debts collected or no' pay. Result 1OQOYARDSi I ,

r manager.guaranteed' J. M. Wlllson 15-tfc, district ., ; : .

John and ,Leon Chapman left for ,
'" Georgia this week-where they .wilvisit .. ,
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'" '' j / an.uncle.: t ,.. ._ :'
Mr. did' Mrs. 3. C. Griffin and :f '
family have I'One'teI Coronado. Beach \
\ for a two-weeks outing.'' j ;
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.. New Florida syrup made in May, ... .
$1.16pe r gallon can. .It is* fine. Try !
Say.JohnnySlickGet it. waters. A, ; Carson Grocery Company .:
.. V UNBLEACHED): ',MUSLIN oaf '
(.-. ,
George W.: Person drove to Daytona "
on Wednesday for the purposeof 'the finest grade :40') 4
bringing home Mrs. Persons; who very ; ; : ,

.. Your Basket and Come on Quick has Captain been visiting T. G. Duke'at that his point.daughter inches'w de;; oh sale' Saturday ji l '

Marguerite his son, William, I IS :
have returned from a three-weeks "
; outing spent in Atlanta and other. and Monday" + .
GOSH points in Georgia. "

> 1 LOST-On lake and Thursday Klssimmee between, aman'snew Alligator ,8 N
( JjO :
red wool bathing suit, with grey . l,
---- striper Reward. Return-to'GUbert'. . . .
They AreGiving I It Away filling station, Klssimmee. *. ""
for $ iV. i- ,7'
4"l Lyletf V. Story fixed his windows Yards
BO attractively with hair neta yesterday : ,
at that he had 'a' photo taken and .
forwarded to the net -manufacturers '


lf" 7' Just attention fo weight stow and his to dexterity.Full measure all .customers.and courteous is Don't Miss This; Bargain. t: : ti, led,

TAYLOR'SThursday our motto. We appreciate your '
trade. Waters & Carson Grocery _
f"f .. :
Company. Special Values 'Inlt Voiles and TissueGinghams
: Mr. and'Mrs M. S. Lanier left,yesterday ;
for an outing at Saratoga "" ,
, Springs' and other northern point x: .. ;
cat* Mr. Lanier expect to be absent from -" 't. _
hi1 duties at the Merchants and i )
-. Friday Saturday Y Farmers Bank about three weeks.'" '

I. ,, mer-Inhi.The advertisement issue is an of-especially Carson Far HAIR' NET'S _" :

100-Ib' ,.tack 'Short "'.__:___$I.tS No. 10 Alaga Syrup ...___ :MLibV one-run pbblicity In connection of the,with Hartford the national in- ; .j...,See;:'oui window: of nets, showing, \the f ', .

.I't'i ( 100-lb()( 'tack Fancy 'Ri'c:"_*.. 't30 TaU Milk :! ___..;__ .10 both Saturday the Evening Literary Post.Digest and 32-ltc the ..''. ". ...,AJ..V"4.i".A" X ,,<\1.. .1-JI'.r"r,best..: hair", net..made.l.' . .,'... .,....;,t.J, 10,.'" <

; tI ''. ,;/,:;.ilb 1 can"'Snowdrift(:: ;:1":1.10 i iIO I Ib* ,Taylor's"Pure',Coee'1.5$ Mr.-and Mrs. R. S., Roberts of 609- '. ;;'I BUSTER! >t, t.t '
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? ',.'.A .' '- ''' .... I Sumner street, have returned from I J ';oji! \* v- .f : : {
No. .10 White Karo, Syrup.. .79, S, ibTaylor'' i''Pure'" 'Coffee= '.19 a three-weeks visit with. relativesand . BROWN.. "VSILK" :I: -'
Virarfnla, ...
friends Jn North Caro :.
6 cans. 8e Potted,Meat.___ 2S' Una and Tennessee glad to* once : 480 pairs. :
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more be at home in an equal climate HOSE
Word has been received from 0 black, ,w .pall'.t;

I PENNIES ACT LIKE DIMES AT TAYLOR'S P. Taw Jacksonville' that. he has for entered the Analop-a hospital $1.00.'and.1 ., 'brawn, ,, !' 't. ..

.. eration upon his eye which has badly '10
hints!!
for considerabletime
incapacitated
1-pkg ..Atlantic Matches____ .10 10 lbs Granulated Sugar__ .70 r and Mrs. Taw hopes a to soon $1,25MrandMrL.Ha ( }

.lI". 2 pkgs Atlantic Matches.._ .11. 11 lbs Granulated Sugar___ .71 bring him home In 'good condition. '"per.. J :
1 FORSALE-Two story house tobe ,.....
l-lb can Calumet Baking I cake Toilet Soap_____ :; .10 torn down and removed from premises. "'T' 4 .

i I Powder _________. 35 Quick action needed. -A bargain.See ) '
----1 2 cake Toilet Soap______. .11 George W. Persons, Dollar Limit LYLES- t&+ CDy j A
2 l-lb cant Calumet Baking store. 82-tf STORY l I
.....1 : I 10 Ib* Whole Grain Rice___ '.50 .
Powder ________.______ JW ... A. A. McNeill who has been brief. . .' '
'. f T Jl 1 lbs Whole Grain Rice___ .51 III ly visiting his parents in'Kissimmee, '" ..,...;' \ :;r" : ,
2 cake. Octagon; Soap___. .10 ' has returned to his hom(Mn?Gretna, .. ; BROADWAY. .
I.' pkg :Macaroni ______.__, .10 Florida. His family has been here '. { i(,
l ,) 3 cake Octagon Soap___.. .11 for the put several ,weeks and thereis KISS1MMEEMO \ .-- 1JX.. FLORIDA .f '.
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2 'pkp Macaroni .11 that Mr. Me- ( "
strong possibility ..
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1 Ib large Fresh Prune____ M j.
Neill heN in
will
return to -
.. 1 canVeribe Pork & Bean .10 some ,business. engage' . .. '.," .-,? s' , . -wti4'. ,,Bt, ;
2 Ib. large Freth.Prunes___ .21 T .I' /
r 0. 2 can V n1>eat Pork & Beans .IS EI..wh..n| this issue will be MOMM. .. . ," .. I -. -.'
J I can_good _Sugar.Corn..__ '.ZO found some extracts from a weekly .
-. ,-V I To BreaklSt7CoTOiur, : ;3S"' Y. publication printed in this city in \ . .' ..' -.
good Com__ .21 > J>Iano'have Miss ChrUtine'' ,.'Reeve '
2 cam Sugar 1894-twenty-seven years ago The *- *, of.,:Avers d
$ Ibj Breakfast Cocoa.36 copy of The Valley which was afterward returned 'from a.ylsit of several Park has bean;, the.guest. this week ,
1 can Early June Pea*_____ .IS r.nae'Peko consolidated with The ,Gazette, weeks' duration at Chicago'. '' and It* of Miss Elanor Rosen., oT 117.. ,JBeanmoan -.
1 Ib Tea_____ .50 suburbs. r
from which the clipping are made, -.A- 1'
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2 cans Early June, Peu the office of The Val- carry best ,
'.... was brought to We the the market affords : Miss I Lucille Griffin'' has"gone. .to'' r
: 2 Ib* Orange Peko Tea__J. 31- ley Gazette by John McPhatter.Mr in fresh; fancy and family > *
1.24-lb sack S. ,R. Flour_ 1.40 Fort Meade, where she.will spend a-. t'
'and Mrs. W. A. Sullivan, of groceries; also hay, grain etc. W :
coup k of weeksRith her aunt,,Mrs.
.2,24.16. sack S. R. Hour___ I...* 1 Ib large Lima Beani....:. .10 > Jupiter, on the east 'coast are spending deliver Phone. 12.', Waters, A Car.. J. w.., Chapmaq : : .

2 pkg Mother Oat___:_'_ .25 2. Ib* .large Lima .Beans.___ .11 relative the*week-among in Kisilmmee whom are guests Mf.; and of son Little Grocery Louise Company., daughter of'Mr' !*. I Mr. and Mn.,\ James W..",Goodman rr
Mr*. Henry' Tales, 'of 816 Bermuda Delsie' Milliard, having reached the are now nicely ensconcedin their d
GUARANTEE QUALITY 4 avenue south. The, visitors have a age of tare years, has "entered society new residence-which.- "Jim" insists
,, considerable acquaintance in this ,. an overSundayguest is reallv "Home/ Sweet Home."" for
WE SELL FOR CASH; county for prior to their removal to of, Mies Pherigo.,. at 23 him.. The bungalow' is attractive. 't4, .aF ,
SELL IT FOR LESS Jupiter: some ten yean .ago,, they Aderhold,street. every way and 1* a decided-"addition. < _. '
to tjat portion the ,
;o ity.
were residents' of the Kenansville 4
Mr. and Mrs. John Frwho in theC'ptinc' .
precinct;: A..W. HUI,' ,;ho'beeDtJ'purdsaa1U
+i the residence ;
purchased' :
JoTilylor'Syste'm: .... Writes Mrs. Frances Neeper, 405 'of J. W. Goodman hay. arrived property ed a.fine place at Shingle Creek and ,
;! Clay -street, who is at present from Kenton Ohio and are now located came here with ..hl.tamll to reside' .,.'l.....
I. left on Saturday for his former home "
Brandon; Colorado: "I really cannot in their new home-pleated to .
t spare your paper as it Is a breath be permanent residents'of W"1 )- at Hatcher {Station. Georgia., .:His)
" -f from home-and is so full of good mee. family remains here M he goeemerely +
6, STORES :6 sayings. I'm surely pleased at the to elose Up,business' matter y
, Mark McNeill has rented' the build '
, .*..:*:: way yon are awakening the peopleto In# next door to 'Manhattan hoi and -Will sows ,return. "' .
I / ... Klssimmee' Saint 'Cloud what has'taken place Jn the past, tel,' where he ...' opened a battery Marion A. Farmer I. now with the '
and believe the-entire county will be barging and vulcanizing 'plant,'-and Bank of ,Bay Biscayne at Mlainl.'
: .. v 1 i the better for it.: I am enJo1lnc. ,IDY. hi making a bid for public patronage and ,will soon 'move .:.his family to ,.'
, ...- ; . ., -, J- stay here very much. : through the column of The Gazette. that, city' ,He expressed, much ,r.'d: ,
.,'", ',t N J'MT /'I' 4 Among those from Kisslmmee. who H., will handle the Universal'bat. rret, at leaving Klsslmmee,Srhere be q
,. hare thia week visited Mis* Wylena teris--4n 'addition' to. his general ha*.so large circle of friends-bat; .
Alyce' Thorodyke. who Is at the SanItarium vulcanizing business.. ' 't' there was a ,business opening there; **? '
'I'' at Formosa,:'have been Mr. ( for him .that be :coyld ,not weft! refuse. ' .,
and Mrs. A. ,Rosen. Eleanor Rosen, .. ." wt
Christine;1'Reeves, )Mr*. Gladys AJ- *'' Mayor''Eugene G..- Duckworth iof y/
ford.' Mr*.. Otto 'Ploetz. Miss-Mabel, 'DBliTK. KISH-LAffB- PARK: Orlando-was in Kistmmee>WedDMdayenroate.to'oneethla'braneh-' $,+
Float, and MIas' Clara'' Ploets. NO MINERAL,, '' WATER' ; ,-. ".\ ""
mOb beautiful.flowers her even been stores at 'Bradentown. Mr..Duet, *' w
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."!" ;j . oj J point'than those tributes; which havebeen -' 'n :. . In this dty'ta.whlch open a hih.' i ce:
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i. i ,: MjOW tractors, I "AT. CHRISTIAN CHURCHI FOR LOW ASSESSMENT CROWS ON BIRD ISLAND. predeceIJlIOrll1dg. J?. G. C. 'Xiriggs, civic department of. the Woman', t r: "
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SFber served eight years in. the same pealtion. Club having thfaendeavor.,1a charg"1 i t
\!' {, Tidenc to show that I union ,meeting. of Iut Sundaevel1ml' UPON CUT.QVEJt.LAHD, '"It wasn't much of, a >season for - and she is hustling along on' ,i<.@/!
nimble. ..tonrrite. 'which was'held at the Bap- pumpkins,'..this last 'on* ..wasn't . project .. 'rapidly a.. she ,can. She '1"
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-:William' . the Confluorer.. tist church, drew a large 'audience, I Mat WiffiaB H. K.opfer..Toli' CoBbsioam -. said Clarence 'Minx/ who( 's'home* Colonel Wallace .F. Stovall. of the also has other views. regarding mat*
c 'and the exercises were pronouncedexcellent .. Moxlav Wkea> DkCostervative steading on Bird island, in )!Lake Tampa Tribune, is now president, ot tars which will 'be brought ''ap ',at a .....,.. 'Jt
J in: every way. The services.. caaeiag AtessseBb Kissimmee, "and my' best .vine! wal the Grass Fiber Pulp and Paper later'date; but.!In' the meantime she .t 3
It t for the coming Sunday evening, at only sixty-eight feet long. St111, as Corporation, which will henceforth 1s urging all shoppers .to de their ')
eight o'clock, will be 'Jwsld in the Every state ; which; the pin' tree' I took three dozen very nice pomp. have its headquarters at' Leesburg.Gilbert work before the noon hour' in' order ..'
> Christian church. The sermon will forma the principal forest has its king from it, I really had no'call to .D: Leach is treasurer.of the that those who'' come In'' from the. I'f
LUCKY be by 5,Rev.. William H. Drench, of problem. of cut-over. lands. If this be peeved." .i' concern, ,and the,work upon the first rural.,precincts at a later" hour caa ..c-'" '
church and has -What1! plant is being pushed to completionat the better service: .
I' the Presbyterian a gen not been keenly felt in Qsceoli That was lie said this man secure
era] urgement' la. made that ,.each county it is because the county II I who owns 135 acres'on the island.* Leesburg. I .
member of the' audience ahall take still largely covered with virgii/ a,little more than half the area. The ,Mrs Fleming Guerry of" Jack EVERY. EMPLOYEE
STRIKE a friend-that the gathering may be forest ': The history of the .country; balance, the southern, .portion, U sonnlle, murdered D. her husband, last STOCKHOLDER IN. '
f ,'. as great as ,the',occasion .deserves. I over south and north. ->..has been/tha), owned by'three others with undivided Saturday and then suicided leav BIG ENTERPRISE ;
; after the timber 7i cut large' 'area interests, one of Whom he says, is ing a sixyearolddaughter..-Mrs. ......-. '.
-,' w ALL SAINT CLOUD MOURNED'DUm of the sandy lands are abandoned Jim Miller. It is the northern section Guerry was suffering from'a of Considerable interest seemi to"have
OF TINY JEAN CONNAn because they produce no farther returns ,in which Mr. Minx,!interested jealousy- and in a note she left case asking been aroused over ,the reoeat! ..t.;' \-
Cigarette i Imd.the owners are not willing< -upon' which 11'a mine of the richest , that relatives be notified of the announcement made by.the Firestone
t . especially sad occurrence1 in to pay the taxes. Abandoned lands stuff to be found In the state. act named the woman. The mur Tire A Rubber'' Company,.''of Akron, ..-....
Saint Cloud was the death on Saturday bring, no Industry or wealth' to the There is 'rookery on this section: dered man was brother of T. L, that' now all its employees are stock
morning from pneumonia of little community-and pay no tax-revenue. which covers some thirty-five acres, Guerry, of Lake Cityf; G. L. Guerry holders. Within. twelve hours after
t Jean, youngest daughter of Mr. The land on mmch the pine forest' upon which the guano runs from at the Palatka .News and F. D. announcement by President H. S.
and' Mrs. J. K. Conn. She was a glows is not suited to general agri! three to ten feet In depth. Soundingshave Guerry, of Tampa. ; Firestone of a new allotment of eraployees .J. //A
sweet little thing-scarce eighteen culture. Small areas have Men been made over the entire place stork every employee kad ]:
months old; bright and happy always ', cleared and plantedtto groves or used .:..and with this vast amount oi-the Rev Phillip S. Irwin, an Episcopal become a stockholder, each subsoil \
; and for the few days she was for trucking. This 'can be dom test fertilizer whichneeds'only a rector having charge of a negro ber taking at least two shares, while' 1
I' HI she was especially tared for by profitably only when some peculiar little nitrate, of potash to make it church in Miami, was last Sunday there was a' considerable'over sab
those_who most loved her. The par-' condition of soil and topography perfect the owner has a veritable taken .to 'a ,piece of woods by four IICri ptJon. "
4L asted tnts were 'intenselyovercome- with S i render tbeiri- suitable- tosuch use goldmine.- lieis ..startinganother. masked-men.---Therector" was then Many Firestone employees had w
II. /grfef-and there was universal sorrow and when they are favorably located area which I the birds may use for a.. stripped tied ,to a log and ,severely been stockholders for ',>
I over the shock of her sudden I in regard to. transportation. The rookery at '%" point some distance flogged; after which, he was tarred hares bought previous aimilaral1!
;' The funeral was.held on greater portion of the ut-over lands from the larger one"- and he 1111 and feathered and taken back to the lotroents, but under the last offering,
I Sunday and was largely attended- will remain for many years as wild i waist-deep in water while setting out city where, the men found him. It every man and woman became a
F while the floral tributes were many land suitable for grazing and if trees. I is charged that the rector has been stockholder, the majority paying for
and magnificent. The remains wereinterred feiven: protection from flres will pro -- Mr. Minx is about to prove up on i iI preaching to the negroes social their: .stock, on a monthly saving sys' ( % ;
at Mount Peace cemetery.The duce another stand of timber: Jo'or'either his 135 acres. He has the highest equality with whites, and has even tern This Is now the only large industrial -,
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grazing :for reforestation the I portion of the island in his claim, advocated intermarriage.Suits concern in the country employingover ..-
Classified. Columns of The 1 t-"d 1 ron he best managed when in although the lake abutment in low; 10,000 people, having*
Gazette .!give splendid service. *.1.110.OO..0..oooooooooooo : fairly. large tracts. I but he has an area upon, which he for damages;; amounting to every employee a part owner in the
1 I can raise any sort of crop-with a nearly $300000; were filed in circuit enterprise.Mr. <.
-- -- !farm-ing i fertilizer bill that will never be court by,the" Franklin Refining! Company Firestone made a short announcement
'1000uooooo'0" 000000000 o. oc I.large bodies tended to retard the 'reckoned unless he runs the of Philadelphia, against' nineteen after learning of the remarkable
agricultural development high tax- more than a century. lie has found wholesale grocers of. Tampa. reception accorded this issue
ation for the purpose of breaking up the purest of drinking water in his The claims against the grocers are of employees' stock in the courseof
such holdings might be justifiable; cased well that he drilled seventy- I that they contracted for sugar at which he pointed out that thrift
156 Miles Per HourMade but such is/ not the case in this stale II five feet but it is not a flowing 22 He a pound and then refused it was the keystone of success and
The individual of bod well. I The I
owners large upon delivery. grocers on the well-being, and that there was ne r
I lee of land and the land companies Mr. Minx lat be congratulated. other hand claim that the sugar substitute fbr.hard work and saving JL
as a rule have only been tlfcs willingto I never was contracted for and that Firestone agents in Kinsimtnee are '
,. sub-divide their holdings and sell)\ BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED they were bound in no. way to accept Lester Alford and I. P. Timraonj.
I them in small tracts. In fact land (I FROM OVER THE STATE sugar "at 22V4c a pound when it
I selling has been overdone--at the expense -i could be, purchased for seven cents a ABOUT ROADS
by' Tommy Milton at Daylona Beach I of the proper utilization of the Fort Pier has reduced the pricesof pound..
A 1,' cococola and all sodas to five Few modern developments are V
land.Since grazing is, practically, the cents each-which includes all tax. Rev. J. H. Therrell field worker more interesting to the student of '
April 28 1920 I Ir' land I for the Sunday schools of the Methodist .
only use for ct.the type under history than than the way in which .. 3
consideration its revenue value must I Hubert C. Petteway was elected church throughout Florida has are coming into their own again. *
be measured by the return it pays mayor of "Lakeland Tuesday by a suffered a nervous l breakdown at For the last seventy years'. of the
for this use. The best type of grazing I I majority of 286 over his opponent, Camp Junaluska North Carolina. He last century the tremendous' devel-
1, USING SINCLAIR OIL I / land is sometimes rented for ',J. F. Council. has a host of friends throughout this opment of tie railway tended mere i,
Co payment of taxes-that is, the lessee I'I state--especially In Kissimmee- who more to consign the road to the
The last city tlOfin Punta i land
will learn of' his with
illness regret. '
C pays the taxes on the land in return limbo of neglect. Then came the
Gorda was intensely exciting, when
for the privilege. If The ability of the man is attestedby
grazing pay the road is
the matter of three commissioners motor car; and now en-
yr. ment is made according to the number electing the fact that President Wilson tirely reinstated So the farmers ef
for the 'at
t. stake.
S'', of cattle grazed the common city was :once oflferd him the post of commercial Illinois areToday.-fotind.urging the .;
We .Sell It and Invite You to Try Iti price charged is fifty cents per head i ambassador to Paris France at' development of- "nfaritltroads"' ft

t't.' per) year. In the case of timber or I- I turned of $15.000 per year. He I. throughout the .t te.,, "Ba .roads"
--S I cut-over lands as much as twenty down for the' Sunday. schoolwork declared a prominent' ntemlyMr\ of the .
acres per head of stock may be required ed the issue of a Sunday morning in Florida: Illinois"Agricultural' Association, ,'the :
i CLAY & THOMAS and in such case the land has edition-and the first publication ,otner day, "add trillions of dollars
: :a rental value of >i.Sc! per acre. I proved that Editor Hayes well-knew EARLY' MORNING BUYING annually to the t.of_ producingand .'
1M J 'r'rI't Compare now the case of the man his business in every It was 1 PROVING FINE FEATUREMerchants marketing farm products in Il
I.ti--I--' I Stewart Avenue Carafe' Psone 22. Kisummee who owns the cattle and the land I an issue of 36 pages and was 'well linois." It is the same in many other
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: \ upon which they /graze At .a' tax- '' gotten up.After I "of Kissimmee are highly states and counties besides lllineis. .
\ valuation of $2.50 per acre which' pleasedaccording t -the report Christian. Science Monitor.
.. .OOO..O..O. ..... .O. .OO.OO..O..OO..O..O.OOO. has been proposed for wild, land and: settling -the row occasionedby made by Mrs. Lewis O' ryn. with }. -J
,', assume for the sake of argument a'' the "lily white" republicans Mat- I the determination of the women of Wealthy English children In the
.. ..r. .. ; tax-rate of 5c on the dollar (the actual thew B. Macfarlane, pf Tanjpa, has the city to do as much of their buying eighteenth century, had teyr: ef ,\
l roll last year in my district been sworn in as collector of cus- as prfasible' In1'' the morning hours solid silver. .
.jr; 51.5 mills) the tax becomes 12Vic ... ';
W per acre. Allowing twenty acres per
E "MIKADO'V Pencil Ida 174 A
head of cattle the grazing casts the h.. .f II
land-owner in taxes $2.50 per head.It "
is figures like these that give point
to the assertion frequently made in II

For Sato a4 year DeaJer Made .la fl t .i..J.. reference to the "rto-fence" law- .'
; that a man cannot afford to buy' land
4 ASK: rat' THE YELLOW FENCIL WITH THI: UD! BAND' '' and fence it for grazing purposes. :
,, ,' EAGLE MIKADO''' 'I' Mention ,has been made of the ?
t utilization cut-over'' land by re- Are You Progressive
'.'.';r; '.' ..." ,. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY. NEW YORK forestation. Assume that forty yearsare a. [ [ :,
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:... ., : ,' that time a. yield of 5000. board feet II J
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producedwhich
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most of the lands. If this ,
yield on ,
;;..Ji1i1lYnatd.44J1f' timber is worth on the stump five S JI'"
(rYYY rYYYf j. dollars per thousand feet the value *. ,
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On a value of $2.50 per acre the
VJ I Interest alone for forty years at six .

rt percent compounded annually would .
amount to $25.70 per acre. The .. '
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a six percent also compounded\ annually .. f. <: y .
amounts to 1834 in ,forty '
years. It is thus!, seen that the ownership '

w not promise bf waste large or cut-over financial lands returnsto' does Science teaches" nothing can stand( still. \ r

r the owners '- but, on the other . .
; i. i e hand such land may be a burden instead 7-

of a source" of wealth. JS .
Under liberal treatment in regardto ,. "' , ,
taxation grating< may be made to ,
pay the -carrying-- expenses and in .. . ..c. .. , !
that case the' growth of timber gives thtir"ptog $
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promise of a moderate interest re.. e or retrogress.
1 v k turn on the value of the land. It
wr r ''II to the benefit of the community asa .
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i ,t 4 *whole that the officers having this 1 r ,.
'matter in -charge should give the ..

ife* J 4 most liberal treatment possible IR i 'I ,. "
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. jC',} the taxation of this class of land, 1

yr :; !1liRTOeeta /..-. ..TMa.lwdm3i i/ and than promote to force its abandonment utilization -of rather the Bank with us and be a progressive. \. ''f"

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4.I e . ed uppn the fingers' of. one hand or J.. I
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.: .;. res.: ., : .. the Casino tomorrow. .

} 4 cently. 'on' ', account. of extensive im- straight The struggle is an old of theme crooks- but to toe go! Mer banfs&LF trneflBcink 4ot .

struggle of Silky Moll and DrapperBill
:r-Y": ':' provemeiits: but we v ill soon!' be set- Ballard to .live their I : own lives . ,
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Is a part, but :not the theme, an4merely ..:.:.t.. /fJI
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'.. ,,, l : 10:00' e. BU-Swnday. school., ;Mrs,,at., E. :Tb- ;;. '!. 'having'the -'-.0"---" '' ,.
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,", 11M a. aa-Wonblp. 'Subject' cottage jolt. 'we.to of /. U ..Beamantresidence .
: V.Divine: Contentsa.nt/d' 'moved 'farther back from I '
'i.xeqppl1JJrigI9Qrelte/ h ; 7C1Od*pnb-Chrletlsn Endeavor.. I' tae. street *nd oeUedyJ : f A Notary Publia. ta-eai'flei :;
"'Th_:f Perils of Materialism.". --, i ; -I'
, 8:00 p.-- 7m> Wedneaday.. Prayer 1 1MryIc School opened 41ft f Monday at; the .
*' Crescent .+ booUa... -with MUM .. j
'rt t -
--.oj' Rosa Morel.nd'ss'Uacber. .
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;;we:put the;utmost quality Into this ; ; First. :Baptist;Cted Ia. "' 'I'i,
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; ,. L M.:tinier says the water tap. ir .
> J ::one brand.' :'Camels ''are: 'as 'good',as' Ws poss: j : I' .Rev., J.. Aj- Sutton D. balor. Idly running off .lm the Point: and r.Nlraon" . n, "'<

: that stock,is doing better ,,since.:the. '
l sible f of ikiH moheyancl1 of 9:45: a. m-Sunda schoot. 8.. ,L. ;
1 t : ,7 .lifelong;; knowledge,. Lupfer,' Jr.; superintendent., atom. g ; : '

'1S fine' tobaccos to mace a cigarette.Nothing .: I. 11:00..sermon. ; C'',J( Earnest lc moTlng"rlght :"
b 8:00" m,.-Sermon. "' :
p. ..101.repalrint' the .Makinson block 't
r foriCamels. ,4 2:30"p; mStmday;. school tilt the, which \the" storm.. .. . .. '
good WM damaged I
r is And bear 1 ; by : .
: too ;, .this 1 lt Second church;' : .
t I
8:30 -: Sermon. Ladies', bangs- curled,' "and . '..
t i cuts
t t1 In.. mind f txEverytMng is.done to make Camels> tne; I"' : p. m.' shampooed Frank, :nest .V
byy Gallatin
::8:00" nu-iWednesday. Prayer
p.
!i 'best.cigarette: >f's possible:TO buy. 1i thJngiSdone'r meeting.; -. I II' door. toThe .Valley .f.ee. we ;;MOVf: THe V
A' ' 8:00p.. .mThursday. Prayer ART'
simply'for"shjiw.4'fcTake ,I'meeting: at Second 'churchr: ,A church Sixteen pounds ef sugar for one Or .A ;ii. .. O. op ; :
'for the people. N dollar r and choice hams at 140:',the -

"' pound are two leaders''at; the grocery ,YOUR HOUSEHOLD G0009,, ..:
the'Camel i package, for instance. If s the j' "./ J'I'-- )CkmrcaiEer. of'Wr B. Makinson.. r
,r, u, uoaa_ .Or,. Anything! : That Can Be,Moye4
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:( ''. I ,most perfect packing;:sci ;nce canhdevi5e. to, proc -, : ., ,W. .H. Coleman, .Pastor.: Rev.J. C.. Masses.' of' the Baptist . .

's' a D .,.," Yes Cigarettes! .. and, keep tl em fresb.<;: Heavy! ''paper 10:00: '..'mr r -Sunday; ;;; "schooL R church, ,, is seriously ill. Get( our"price' before having' your. 'f
H. "Dletre back. of the Hotel 'Rnnnymedeir hauling done., A
.11:00: am-Sermon.... .... -
1' ; ?' ;3 -* fof" t--secureNfpl' }vrapping--re\'enue; st mp'.1o.';, t.; t f;, ',; f 7$0p: < .. ra. -Sermon.: .7; ,:: ,; left'ar fine\ bunchof'radishesat _. .

'0) B ; "y.Y thfold and make .the packageairtight 'But ,. I. A welcome, for' everybody=especially ,the office. ""'of' The Valley.' . V.. UI JOKES,TIUNSFU OWPAIY ..
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strangers.
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last +HONK "
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i 'The at the 91 4
; .. ,. / there's': notbIag:'fLashy. 'about: i it, 'You'll: {Chid_ DO w A .child' cant get strong" andfroburtwhile :Baptist- Sunday:.achool Sunday< was, ninety- _... o..r.r. ..0.-1.IIML...c.. '3

\,.. extra wrappeia'" No frills or.furbelows. worms eat;<'away its strengthand two. -.the largest. in.its' history.-- ;" .
'. *::{ -r "> i vitality. A dose .. or" two of ,EL bunting
.r tv. On.B u 'yesterdayand
the
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White's 'Cream "Vermifuge puts
.Y;v%''t(";<.'.: .' "\:'Such things do not improve'the smoke any more little one! on its feet again. Price, 85>.. -bagged 115'snipe and four ducks
The
full of
marshes are snipe.
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:.' <**'' " : tha'n premiums or coupons, ,And remember., !....you Bold_by J. Z. Roberson. 4' c '. ,'T.r 6"Berry-and;;; S.b.T.! :Co'-eD.
FIGS?
WHO MENTIONED LLIINGFORD
'. "I" ; r pajTtheiVeztra cost'or get',lowered quality. 1 1V 1r ; HUGE',YIELDThe succeeded in moving about six hun ; nt
-GlVU
TREE;
; : dred bead of' their-cattle off Brushy
: .. f : : _, ... : Island s.wimming them- die -
ldlowest .;mildest i some ,
...' <.:'.,,):'" ,. ., If youwant, smoothest- .* a -, 'l --1 > *' /, '*' ,, 'f. production' of figs! id Florida tance. .: -f "
i
cannot be overdone for many' :years *
> cigarette you can imagine"-and, one. entirely. .. freef -. .. I' so it is assented among' horticulturists J. 'C.. S. Timberlakei Is' in"'town j
the-demand for those of <1quaiitl' trying to negotiate for the. lease of 'OuS.daItt-
2'00 tTeat's
c{Ig.r t tertastetJf as !< : ; *
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; a. .t Is steadily increasing. It .is the hoteL'; M t, .
... --- , Tropical ,_, '"

'0 '7: :. s Camels f oryou- / a profitable give ,better crop-and returns a fig"in orchard'Would many Allle and W'rll'' Gilbert, Mrs. South. 01 eane.W.'D', : Afl.Varietie* el '

.. .. ... .. .. instances than would .an orangegrove. ern'rdra. S. G. Ineham, and 'Mrs. -
NJ'
Evidence' 'of,..thl.. .atatement 'Gilbert Lave Joined the fait 4t .eLIIe.W' Aa. We De 'Ui
;. can be obtained'wherever there I are terian.church. on profession of :
j even a few'trees. The --People's Drugstore,'JT.C. Leaks It .PJV it
: Not all' fig trees'however, 'yield as ., .t.
A; Company, "proprietors ..CalvinBuckles' -or !i .
.prollficly as does the one-tree in Kis- !A'Company,' dealers. In lumber .. '0
almmee in the back yard of John !
-of all kinds Time '
; Ban livery
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1"'l McPhatter monster in- every and'sale:stabler J.:Wr Watson,hard Hansel

1 .. ;.' .. ladder sense of will the scarcely word.' ''reach A twenty-foot the peak ware of all varletial;' b.'-C.f Stanford. Eddie !
fancy groceries.
of the tree, which I. of the "Tramp" .. Ns. IS Eatatett Street '
I variety,.:and this season there have An adjourned meeting of/ the .,,city
been taken from the one tree more council was held, at which were: -C. .
;" I than two hundred and fifty quarts. A. Carson president, ; .S.. Miller,'' 'J. '

'l :. . J ''1'' :-:,./ I' a > The moral ill..Plant 1' :"'" .' t? f j many a.. the'yard" the 'area will' llnghey. The annual levy,was made ENTIST ; : ., i
,, for the eJtr: as_follows;:general fund "* >' : .
+ ; UveGthrPe.toffleN -, V -
ari'nYNOLDSJ.TOBACCO'COMP : . ..
; Yw -.s; .. = .C. *"-, 2.5 --t- '
.- . ' i W .. r ;'i' 8'mills jschool fund, milts j- street oman .
SOURS: f to Itae'ab11't.: '
2 L"l
pain
Is kOler. .
1. Rab-Hy-Tlssi agreat
; ; : fund. one-half mill:t; makingan. aggregate "
Residence Phone' \':*
. Relieves paba'ud serenes_ JUan- of. 11 mills... ;'J.. .tL Gilbertwas 1'14.0..1 r .

11 ,.- w. 1 . ... ....... ant4 -, .Nenralcla, Sprain, V etc. ,clerk."* -- 'ft: :. lAee'ua.,. Ja'+ ,j.I.J

.. . -. ... .... ... - . .. Charles Henry : ;toa.'n v gro,
'.,,: .. 1 : c. :t
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V V . ... was admitted to the bar of Orange '
'i L tttfc . .. .. : county upon the 'report of A. F. Od-' TrLCI ': .
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V .. -. *, .. ...; .. .'i; lin, of Orlando. and T. E. Wilson' of _,- M.-\..,.. .. fc -. ->. M......I..I. .>!H
.. Paola--Judge;," Broome .signing thecandidate' ,
.' ,' ,. ':.. credentials., Real estate;i AtatcylI :

.,.,. -, .. t. >> '1 Kissimmee and; Osceota county "LII L .
.... .- '\ \ '.. have for. long.'.time maintained an to'IWJ\ 'se ;" w'.> !

.. .. .. ; ;.,.. I W, ", < "It" .J''. ..;: nOItw . ; :! ..;. ,; . unenviable reputation "ais1' being. 'the. Houjfti'rejrteeLMe'*. *,. <:. ..
tn j home .. ;
,, "' .40' 'a' v' ;:of crime. Whether or nof'we :....u r Ddf-.L.: ..: _
'e"
: ": . J'i.i" 1 JJ' I idee.rve.this matte .Every. reputation good citizen' is'.another Is. and .eij 1UII.(for nonresidents.ire ... ,. ' ,, .,- .

. "': . '-. 1..M, .s. .\'I1 '5 ... ... should.! be,. interested-;bringing to :" Ufe aDd 'AecMest In.surahca <
JI..' .. .. .. .. "' :
justice alLcrlmlnals -will '
'''' Nocounty ,. .* :..
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.. ""L : 2 prosper for any great length of'time "':" ,
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9 .
.' r', when its citisens,.are indifferent. to "Indejnnity. Bonds.. ,
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Ese..d. ,
h @ 7'
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HffT u'8' crime; ;
tI ..... .a.. 1' ., - -M f... ..
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r /t t ; tI 'if'Staite '
.3 >. .. t: /'SoeLM g aJ: r, KRIBMKRIBBft :w1"f.8THD .+
'-s ,. !

.OtherVmealas of..marketing! ;trait having fafled,to yield,uDJt nly-Battsfactory! {. but"I have have been-not 'say'uld'anything: ing---others'to..you and\ ;;A"IV!_"' .l.--...'-i.,'.'I... sTliD'11 4t. .._,\ .....2.!; '.

'return'. have induced, many to take your ... Mbll RiIi. ....
,I: th. : V medicine and'be convinced.. 'May...'. 'M..i.r tI s t o aaa W ''
: Why std: i
.. MCj.ia lf atn, ExchmaCIxpetieno : .r austral ,. VrV
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. Wonderful Remedy is t..
......,04.. l'+ .t ,a' :. f. correctly. r U" ,e W.a." ' "", :a pw 4r
"j"-
t. ., named. It removed stuff from me I ';

"J,1 r / "' ;;h&ying:shown: .tlnif: AP!cuaaiors: lack. In regard: .fait e growers'. irj. ,.,' I . never bIr'.nc1, :thought I felt could like':be a'different in': human,per- . .-r ,; y! .b

..L .,.. .....,.,.. f : < : :,, "; "';"" .):,, .' II", :' .. '" :.' .. ..;II" son. The pain In my right side"disappeared '

," ...t.., .I. .I'. .!. ,....- 'fti ,-.....--..,.. ..jI'7. ... :.... .'WIaT'! .;. ' ' .....". ._. .-0 at once which four doctors .
t' ,
..... ." -- .. -ftedaa' r" .'F said would require 'Operation< ;'sand ,, 'VIn4'i'MEAT
,. : : ;y the. blo.ting">..ad> indigestion.";It; b a
.
# .- ) t" .il : simple,',harmless ":-thatremoves
..._t.t1iY.: ; : ; : ._ .L.1l : preparation
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1 :
; the from
> ,-r .JoIMI'1r, I efttt'I"&o yktlo r Wheal.!.to ;' W&ti rh.I1. L i. --catarrhs mucus . : )
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;;: "J ._ ."" .".- -t w ., the, intestinal tract and allays the Inflammation "'
c .. -,., .. '/" ...._ t: > 1.* ." ,> '' r : ; : . .
hnne .
... / 1UW ...... -- : -j J .*. which ..causes practically -
r-: >T.'+ : J --:;- '-'-'-': : 'y.. t.-O""' ','a.' +' i :r-4t; "' 'Wlgibt'-lfirlAa'd iC odtvph - .': aU.<."'tom .li vegandlnte.t4.1aall-! FreaitjtVL& :
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10 J .. .r ,.... mevta' Including .-appendicitis.One .
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\ ( .. L. :' "t' too. !t. renyt'J1'-' y t
}. . . t'L.. .... .. ., ..td. : : lii1"d' ; .i- .. dose will, convince or money- refund etlea: '
:
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( "e' t. ; i --ti tt to : ",; sue'< ", ed.V'J. Z-Robersov: and -druggist L' : ..f f
I." lit' .. .tae ,, hN 1iJIII ., tt I' . '
,!Yq1.U ... 1iU. everywhere. s', a,4! = t <
"it..n. .. :. .::J...:::.. .::;;.if.... .....L,.;.. "' , .\. I- > "", 'fr. : .... ., f', .. ''t-; .: : v. ,
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::1 .F. (I"." I 1- ; .l.,q-tt a,fl di ..\.... \FV(( 'Ii'; Cy JnaT.. IMjeII. : ttw} n-taalaaz.. . Xx ha"'rt.. ,; .' LIST. ., BRIEF:ITEMS FROM : V 7 ..jtljhonc, 44 . d .;j

;tw ." " 1t. ,. ., ,< .. 'r.x ,... ..... ,. \- ", "j} ,. 4V .'.t,...1gf "' -W"1 -:- I l. STATE. .BOARD_,. Of',,tEALTOn ,
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1-c-:". '. X ,. .. .' p ,. tiC1i NI'o0r Vex;oper'atlV. e'nrkr4.n 58.ecJ on Ur .iep ftWof .".tIi t th4\, millage account alloted< of to the the reduction state board'in' the of rat Johnston'a.' . P.JOHNSTON .;a '

Pr '..1'1., : .., "' :.... ';' + #<' '.:_ ':..'.n ...l.-.nht: S .. . health it baa been found necessaryto : : ft,GARRETT' l"
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: .IN n" ...Iff.k wu. WI.M."f., Wf! . UI.w&a&Ce ,. / 'lmab' many changes to meet .thelessened A'TARNEy; AT.TAW.: j
:_.. t-c : l .f', 1t 1 "',t. ,1. i. .r." .s. '. r.: t. : .. ; \ : Income..' { ,
'''' a4.. "' . r : C Offices::'9/ll and 12'bsa.Ia Bead
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: si .
health
; : ;; : lite state board 'offers
: of.
; 1pJy'g ,jeia tW Rscida OtTM $xd> a..t' c .
'I. .. . ..., .. ....eeln.. all to. there V V Bunding; '* '
.. ., ., "- . ,, '' ,. ,.. t ' h. .....-".. "f. I" ._ I Tirol.k protect l' .
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f \ .p' -J1 "n.OaJriA.
.. .JI' 4< selves against smallpox but will Dotbetupo.a1ble : kH

*" -:,1<-.iO,'...1j.;.,'m.. *'fie'+ '.. "':; 'i. B1os:.JlUI need1or'the growirs'-oiv; :; >tr.:OI'WUQ;"" ': ...l..u .__.grreit J.:er. ;.today'; :-i'.r; eves; ::'..,<.(.. ..',,,. ,;,J---t'. II t.t *of caves-V for of the the care'disease or .maintenance .ps ;rtBabies .', J ".r" .' '.

1.: j"v ; .. .....". ..' uw.ore: :aad, 'hduceitn '"-' bath-: : : sl ... '::1 is"a disease that can be con :Z}
eDC7. ; etsed'b
eyeery'addMb'
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....1.> .. .. '''' j" I' . .:... trolled and be reduced,to a minimum DR..BUCKMASTER >*
;: ',.. "''(f. &-.,'.I .JI1 . -I( ,} 1,' > > ;. .., ''':hi1t .." - "r'-""" I'. yany t : communitythaf undertake R a
s ": .... 'C I ;\ .l ....:... QNYMgidQ:: " I' to.protect its children aDd animals
i. L .. : _. \ww ., j.da tttp.atlz.Zu riV
; >, lot .
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&1:"r''.'" ,, : .,.. " ,\y ,_'I' "' r. .J . ,, :';ii"J'' V.P./ r'ft f I' In spite of the fact that: this'j la pri- ii it l
"{ ,' ; Win TM net ngn'that tie TJortta Cttma Exchange. ... eonsnpHshKf moch and tits*< ') manly a, dlacase'of animals it cost : V.
r ..::' ..,,! V ,-to Join NOW wewld give the) organinatlen tie benefit ef ,bar experiaaoe' and JudgmenttbifonnatiotirM ''":'' '" : therstate board'of health over W OO A V
'..' "Vr for the treatments'or.
to
-'. a ; pay preventive OSTtO ATI
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L > to nMmbereUy Mtasolt the'manager's r.'j ,' ,, ., 1.b or..WI'fte.... a..hd1q't.fW'a&'T *pe. ', . 'I '" < 1" terr :. rabid animals.: during the .first !. ; : .\ "i-fi
e7baajrt .
A ": .. Ij ,)..( _'';; / ;1 ,. 'Z. ) iltl l' <1if \ > (' _. ;. ;, five months'of this rear.; '" ? OFFICE AT RESSEIfCBi'i :, ;/.:
if;.. :.. <;(.:. : ." i In the future the board will'expectWnbnnement ".
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'....' "I--:,.. : <; . -' for '''anti' -rabk''treat.'' Ceraer .. ,Aide AvensW. V '
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'1io ,-': '' ..I!.. ; $; "" ..' meats except: In those -cases :"wherethecphysleian . .. an:jKsinsttt' ,Street' .V .r' :'
., *. .. - . : 'certifies i 'that, the-patient >? \,,
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.-s'-, :' ., .' .'.. 'r-' '':''' la.; IndlgnenV-and that the/ad-, \ ; -o;

: I+=-"".... ,; ", P.;'' f ministration: TI..ueJ *i**fjre* "'ea v: \ .. fats l. :

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'H '' '!"" : 5 : V I: iMPtf'; .. '. j e Chia .bWth-- M ee, by'tblsg
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;fib'' )" .THE' t>uIMMa':YALLET-GAZETTE. .FWOAT, JUL? _<)lti4 ,: ,.."A...: L f;;, 9\ % T /v-J5

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}...eft..e.t1 I, ._ . -. .. '. . .. . . ... fxI.ncMcidu
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'": ZdCewpe I , Velvet $, ;, \ I THE FOMJM I Best:F........... ":, Sprayer a P.idhy Sepia l'
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; eans, HISTORY SIXTEEN YEARJ AGO 1
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t ait.-m" and Millet' are scam AGRICULTURAL _FOINTERSert .- Hontet G.o4. ,.Iw Prices, : Pre.pt Sblpe..at .

a w, but we have high quality stock ". I Pros, file ol, VaD :Gaiette '.
j.broJlllmecU.te..shipment. Send.;; . H.wp Qn c0Ullr'aeaxr Urges Adpd Vets'Editor I y" owl, '
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> pp 'your order ::which wttl,>be : .Associationcontinues :of The Gazette: , ,
The OsceolaGrowers' .
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L !filed, at our ;lgwestprices: or ; torow 'by leape'< and :After reading the proposition' ''put'up /iE.: ti Lesley sells his livery" busineas .:

iFyoja!: pref.r'write or list wira'vf and .. Abounds. I have heard soale wJk' ef 't&' this' voters of,"Klsslmrnee by . to. J. W. MillerPostmaster ;- XH"BRANDS' .
for reasonable price "
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'raking'the which the city council I all honor tothem
fee say
[ membership
catalog. Can supply all loadIng J. A.: Simpson and
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The city council has started .
take effect in tb..1' future.My
will .
.' varieties.of- vegetables aad'II the ball rolling in the interest of the Miss Geneva .Simpson'returned: from g.- ..(Wae'b AJV.t Their"Wsats" ;
fieldseeds.-:; Martla'.-.H-T"t fSeeds advice later to 'the grower in the who organization expectsto honest tax-payers It stand themin a three-weeks" pleasure! ,trip, to, Ken , ;AaybeJy ...-. : -'., ,'. U tie'iYalMy'Gasettir:
join come I' I
will .insure good crops. ;.; ; tucky. __ I
.' now and get'the benefit of the hand to keep It rolling'until_it ac. ,_. "":'
'I' '.f.MARTIN SEED COMPANY : present tow ,membership 'fee which compliance the purpose for which" it R. D., laic and family leave tospend .Ir':'.'
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; It will "was Intended, vii .to help the honeettaxpayer ] -
JACKSONVILLE; FLA. only amounts to $1.00. save the with relatives 'at --- I
you money to join, the association and show up the tax Lovejoy, ..ummer... -W u. \
i', 1,1 right away. Later on*it will coat dodger -tax-dodger retarding '
the prosperity! of KUsimmee. So, City council held special'meeting' '
9r;; you Hy-eral.t1me.. -the present. membership ; Thousands
>> fee. .. fellow-voters-jnen 'and women-for Monday evening, to consider the offer .
I have just, received ,word.from you know the women God bless ,Calvin Buckles for the discarded ,
SPRAYING) : Gainesville, through the district fIt.m.rtt in thie'time-3et us<:go to boiler of the electric 'plant.

f agent, E. W. Jenkins, that he and the polls-t next Wednesday and .vote : He offered $100 for it--and the .coun show: the way .
L..M.: Rhodes, president of the State in favor of the proposition.Let l us cil agreed, .to the, sale.n r you,
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Marketing Bureau, 'will be present make It a .redletterday1' for our, .f a to
:' the of the Osceola I.Grow.1'II beautitul.-city,for we have a fine city Alvin Brown, son ef 'E. 3.: 'Brown;
iA at meeting
I H A V E HYDRAULIC;; special '
Co-operative Association both from a moral and a sanitary: of the 'Point neighborhood, was Increasing ,numbers of people
I I I POWER 8PRAYER u* WILL"I evening at 7:80: point of view. drowned on the Fourth of July. He ..
next Tuesday '
I I I SPRAY" ANY TREE AND' o'clock. .M;. Jenkins and Mr.; .Rhodes Let us give the tax-dodger a'' last was.for,many, years cook'on.CaptainJOhn.on' who could not or, should not C:.., .t.. :

', WILL DO THE')YORK THOa- have had a great deal of 'experiencein lug rebuke. The council is .like< a .; boat.- drink coffee and, Who were ;. \ ,

i c > OUGHLY:. furthering: the progress cooperative mechanic, who needs'working'' toolsto The -following-named teachers have '

,_ I guarantee to,... lve perfect associations the state, and needed do good work; the and moneyiar council needs the been engaged for the schools named: .;. on the lookout for :something>1
have with I all implement ; 1
met success. urge
service quick Miss 'Firsie Over.treet--Pine: Grove
and give
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r a 't work.w ,Will use can any de- members and other growers, interested to make the city what it should, be. Miss Lizzie Bunch- horn; Miss; 'totake: : its 'placehave..foundcomplete .. ,) .
sired:and furnish material if "in the betterment of a more prosperous Without money in the treasury'it is Ella DowningFlnney Point Miss
> ; .
to attend this meet impossible to accomplish much-and ,satisfaction'in' ,<
,' > owner wishes. My prices are county Mabel Tlson-Pleasant HH1. , .. v '. iT'
there is much
Ing. You will enjoy) hearingthese money actually due
1 card -
? I 'modest. Drop me a
r, i;I i. ., very and: 'I will see you and make men talk.' Mr.' Rhode. will'address the city at this time.. Vote to have The bridge over Boggy Creek was.
the association on marketing. This these sums collected -and thus please condemned. :
: + ..I ; arrangements.' subject is an 'Important one and I every -honest tax-payer.- ..-. : INSIANTosTw'M.'stir
1 +: M.. WATSON trust,that you will hear' what he has S. D." BAILEY] The following levies were made by

1 Ito i say.on'thi. subject. f the board of county commissioners:
1 Klsslsame
Rural Route No. .
COST PLUS
1 Since the rains have let 'up, start general revenue 2.5 mills; county .
., the cultivator and, the harrow. If schools, 7 mills; county I roads, 6 \
you grow paying crops, yon tnust Editor of 'The Gazette: mill.; county special, 2 mills; fine ,Postum'.has. smooth richT. c' /
Cost, plus ten percent commissionin a :
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keep down the grass and weeds. Also and forfeiture, U mill; total 17.75 _
road building, does not look Just mill.. .
flavor that
conserve the moisture for the' crop right, however beneficial it may meets every:TCquirenieiit

by Clean using culture the is harrow what most frequently.farmers prove to be in the end. The bigger The bond of S. L. Lupfer as notary of a meat:; timebeverageands
th. coat the bigger the commission, public was allowed by the commis- .
'lack. that To grow crop.good Fertilizer crops, you...a mustwork an- and that has not always worked out lionera.. II. C. Stanford and D. C. : it is free from

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satisfactorily.The Lee the sureties.Miller
were
other Important Item. Supply the cost of the Melbourne road ,any harmful clement.EconomicalMade .
soil with humus the small seeder
S-vt. so. will not be less than 9160,000. The &: Overstreet were carryinga 'f-
0 r'ii roots will have something to feed."$16,000 as commission for overseeing display advertisement for their
upon. And by all means watch your with nj capital invented and no lighgrade ice cream which sold at
drainage. Plants like so much mois,I responsibility. in a financial: way 20c the pint, 35c the quart 65c the Quickly
a r ture. In low, flat places, open up way looks unbusinesalike..Since: the lalf-gallon, and $1.25 the gallon,
!
the ditches so the surplus water may "Delivered anywhere in "
city.
county must pay for the -material the
drain i "Therels
away. and work, would it not be cheaper to a Reason
will ;
An abundance of flowers Lieutenant-Colonel W. E. Cadman,
hire road builder
an expert at big ,
transform any old home into an admirable : a of N rcoossee, was In KIsslmmee on
fat with the right to discharge -
home."Let salary tlonday.--at which time Reginald '.
the women do the work" withas him if T found unsatisfactoryor' ladclyffee Cadman left for Canada lade by Postum Cereal Company ( ,
incompetent
modem equipment as the men to locate a land grant allowed him Battle,Creek' Michigan..
I Besides, the law says that the ,
have. water is as important in work must be done by the county at for services' during the Boer war. tk- #
Running
"THERE ITIS AGAIN I I'That J" } than the lowest :
.- the home as in the barb. no greater expense I The county commissioners rescinded .
Well..managed hens are making rejected bid. Supposing that sum is the resolution formerly adopted
': fluttering sensation money for their owners' when the pent and the work not completed.The to pay a bounty of $2.60 for wildcat

:: .means heart trouble I price of eggs is low. Poorly-man county has-gone the limit, the scalps and $2 for eagles. ,

t.. ; 'Short breath smother. aged flocks for their keep contracting superintendents get their
; little but the '
sires $16,000, taxpayersstill A .
teaspoonful 'of Herbme will
A purebred an asset to pro- \
:Jng sensations; inability to farm A scrub sire is always a any liabllityT holding the bag.. It looks like duce a copious and purifying bowel $13.95 For ,a Known Tire with;a '-

; ...... Jie, on the 'left side; pain' ; the old bulkhead project over again. movement Improve appetite, restore
A little explanation -may be-necessary mental activity-and-a - j. .
See county agent about ordering flne'feeling'ofvigor Known Name.
In the heart, left .side or. your fungus to control the white- but it is' better to have it '''now. and cheerfulness. Price 60c. ..... __ ..,. R
'between the shoulders f flies In the citrus One culture than when too late. The contracting Sold by J. Z. 'Roberson. ..
groves.
wollcn feet' and. ankles will go oven several acres of superintendents are both honest, men . This ii the price of a genuine' Goodyear 30x3i!<

} trees. The cost is $1.00 per culture. _nd' therefore there should be an ENDORSES MOVEMENT FOR NOD-Skid.. Tire. Here i. the chance- lot you Ford .
danger honest
are
signals.
: understanding to begin with.
The fungus works while you sleep FLOWER BEAUTIFICATION. Maxwell. -Chevrolet and Overland 'to >
G.
F. KRIBBS. owner get .m
trees will .benefltted material
The
.be I Is'The
,)jr:. Miles'Heart JUMBLERS Kissimmee Valley Gazette edi- die 'finest tire on the market at a' !) ,

:{ ly.ThereJsnothingi torially urges -all citizens of Kissim '"bargain tire" price. .
the whole list mee to plant flowers in the ,t'
;Treatment Editor of The Gazette: yard. This .
,t,;;, : of flesh-healing remedies''-that cart We, -i.naUonn, accepted isr-a-happy--thopght- -theLeader AIL ,tire. fully guaranteed by

.::>:..i'' tQ used approach* Liquid Boroione... in the truth in establishing a democracy. wishes to pass. it along. There is The Goodyear Tire ,& Rubber

.Ii' ,: Las been with 'wonder rapidity "with"*which it .heals-tuts, All men are given equal rights under nothing which will strike the stranger Company. .
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:., "flnl''suceess'inlall functional wounds, sores, burns or.acalds. It I Ia Is the law. The' law established equal within the cityso quickly as Get
marvelous discovery. Price, 80s, beautiful flowers and yours today-they're IO II.'
liearf "troubles, for right Ambition; ignorance; and shrubbery
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: more'thhatrthlrty .
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60c and 120. Sold by J. Z. Rober apparent innocence will upset the an abundance. Itis one ef the fast. w

years. ;Try a"bottle son. *. equilibrium and deprive ourselves of cheapest, and yet most effective Call write or phone. .".
"' today: Delays are) \ the privilege to participate as a ways of beautifying the home .and !..

'.. .dangerous. Your dni'ggiii Inquiries concerning the court! of member of.the compact.'. Men will be the city. '
*, Industrial relations,', established In infractions, erratic, ', and unwise- Some home. In Tarpon Spring.- I. P. TIMMONSFere1 :' .. of
.' ,w B. Drt MUes Medicines. Kansas last winter have come to then complain bitterly and set up a ready' are beautiful with flowers' of ,:

rt'.j.: r c Governor Allen from eight foreign howl and try to'establish erroY, displace different kinds. But there are many .':"1lotbaiad '-, Dnlr' ./'?i-" r'i" r- '
the other homes which .. ..i, '
.'>Ic" countries and seventeen of Unit-, truth, and establish a lie wherewe need this added .. ' V"
I ed State. ,, 'c" '",: have established the highest ''civilization touch. The city would be, much,Improved ... \ 3878r..tI.a", "" n...<1.5 :.;,

fir= IJ 1M leans Malaria. Ckifls'Fever zed ,Y. .H1 .'n known upon. the solid fours:;. in appearance -lf such homes ,, tP.t, , ;;"i. t.i !l .',
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The sale of toys in the IJnite' '., :!!., : I .
6iBoas.Fev.rCold. dation of'truth. would be surrounded with flowers. I' < '. '\ ,.'
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Hd ,u-J j States ''during 1919 amounted tnearly This e'\ must not be Let .each householder start a friend lJI" ..... '. .. I, ,
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.frippe.r refnadee!. .
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$100,000,000. considered 'his
. lightly and reversed ly rivalry with neighbor in try 1
I .
... -. .':'" = turned back-in the great progresswe ing to have the most beautiful yard,

-v-'j have made in the lineage of the and in a few months' time the 'r .!
} human race. The laws must be administered suits will be most gratifying to ev-.

to every man or corpora- eryone-Tarpon_Spnngs Leader;

tion alike; no class privileges must ,, . .".,. . f
1r be.al1owea., Ina, community as in a : ..,
1iIIIIti.I11".we! : have to respect the wants
. and interests of others. We have established -

/ t it would appear, truth that '\,
wouldkeep men In line; but I iff* .

norance, innocence, greed and ambi-
"et tion keep up a constant warfare to
1 establish a lie instead of truth. Go9ur4.
Greed Innocence and ambition are i
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........"1' ever on the alert to start something. .

These people are very ingenious,
i.r
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: ". .., 1 clever and. contriving with their
:' j ready belief-and doing incalculable '

." harm. Their' innovations are insidious AJaliugainiQwn ers '"
treacherous, _deceitful- mislead s 4- : :
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; .: Spld. oln/Y, 'by dealers ing.- misty, cloudy} obscure; alwaysseeking ) .
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. .. to bring about disagreement. '
.' ." I' .; '. .. In[ the law, theology medicine, and : Small Gars ,
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.J. tablished'by the only thing to estab .

W t' "- !ir j". g : .tire. 'mileageat - .- {'e' cave truth of anything- -.->time and t- d ,t. J be.past.five_ 'yam $J; '5,000,000 Vof (J .

_ ? I.1 These 'men recognize: no law or r these popular .30 z3Hbich GOOdyear imnr ,
; ' order They want ft to appear as if ';;f L La
the glad tirea have aervlce.l-More
: lowest gone than
Nri
1 : : cost they were being persecuted. ,They' : '-" '..,. r
raise the of million of them are in title today ; "
1, cry persecution at every '
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," :; :' f step of their nefarious career, andy "these\; '
\ can
't tirestof;
._ :xn, :histrfry > that' method expect .to win Id Now you buy big sIxevBtrone

their diabolical confusion' desire, to construction,and long;wearing treads,at the
umble .things. I have seen a mann
., -. -11 'this city try to usurp the'title of 1"cr sanie price you are tuked to.pay for unknown
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l ;.r. .11' ., :' doctor of medicine-when the place X oranosv ,
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b"":' \ I; have seen a man try to preach the q Why'tike.chance on unknown'ores*when t'' :..

: iXi rosp W-"when the place for him was '' can Goodyear at low ) 1
herding cows.' I )have read'the writ- ., ..'...'.. Yn A. f A you get j quality as, a price? ,

31j toga of a womanwho claimed by :' See your, Goodyear;Service: i Station Dealer .t, .:r: t, ._
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I' i ; : saying you have no tumor you have) rrxiav.. V -r *. \'''' ,

. no cancer; yon.have no consumption, : -- ;.: '-
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you will:get fa"or'of'CbrI.tt and la : '
,. some way by the foolery and lying '.. \ ,
f '. .NON-SKID RED-TOP' CORD you will be healed or cured of sick ; 9
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ness. The book -replete with testimonials $1'z3 '

-'-,,'- ;;:S-1'5, ;OO"22'.OO' ";$27.50 : 6'f.f. from.the. They same,are _just 1dnd.ofdopedup'mlncti like : .' '" :

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Reduction on"all style*and sizes: .' .t1'i..f the' mill. ;\;.The :rats tab possessionof run .' 't 'II' -. -' ...'1 :, ,. -:{ 4

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FV Love I* !Blind : Mebbe. She Was p.neid_ : Wig 'The Mee*"&lal.alQt WJUTkai Be''ARwe t .1a< "'h f. .
JJUG.ffrANJ :.Th. Cocoa Tribune headed a: ".a. To- one ?following the kareer of'hs "&cIe..d Jill. w.nt'Gp the hill- I ;, Wauchula' 1J e''' I
f' TAPPING THE ding notice: with "Fry-Lash..-. Durnmy Kaber It looks a* if I4n.1 Kaber des to be 'gopa -but a minute; In twenty "Drink abundant water." I'm drUk-'' '
glasses. If' I dldnt, think at< Ant aired to put the kibosh on her hubby minutes down, they rolled;, now what, lr.raneatarwa1er.'Uaa' : ; you: lack.
it'. was a'misprint for.eye-lash.:. 'l"h'troubl. with her was\ that ,she do you s'p '. was'lualttGoad Ing t e'abundant"' brand; It., i seeress. "
By; THORN. t -f. *. sought. to 'cover too much territory; alT :.
Mast;Lore The Sport / Advertiser, Tee .. .. .
'. .. The ,New Smyrna Breeze feels so Isn't.ThU' Really Awful' There' one merchant In' Wauchulawho' Inpertant t srroet' ..
BetVa AaMher4On.Ad ; 'Banker Stlllman's Water-Speat '!j.elated over' the fact that a baseball Says the Cocoa' Tribune:' every time he gets along on a* The Frostproof Nw say that' a
aew the Arcadia New* Ullsjf "Modesty" used to be rtu**-but, team is to be organised that It .,Walter Hatter' returned marked-down. is thoroughly. In recent meeting, la that ,tows .wa*.
a man who "happened to an'' acclUemi" now it seem to be a yacht that baa capitalises the, movement: thus: "A. Saturday evening from d Earnest. Don't shoot; 111'quit. called to order by President.'Duntan T,
; JL yeslly" wonder''. how tth.y. veen, better day*-also night Base BaUtTeam., ", r""k business trip Jacksonville. ,.* *, aid -and in the,next sentence; adds,',Mjf.,
s get that way?' --'--- ., '.* Probably hatter com when, .his Expensive. AaywayAn . Duncan .wa pntsentL '.'I'hat makes '
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Another Silly. Remark, RoniBg" Against lies* money gave out! % advertisement of something or what .some.papers a "true fact." y'
Alee,Drink A Little: : I think the "snr-tax" should. bespoken A dispatch declare that "Enl'1:nd ,: ''* f other in the Clearwater Sun' says: ... i m "
f! A 'newspaper' item says that '"A of a* the "bur-tax", because Is' still' hoping 'for peace with Ire Webby' Twaa Juatiled "Legs extra." I don't seem to recollect De You Blame Her ,
hippopotamus eats 'two'' hundred, it. ,sticks. to, a .feller. so dunned tight land." "Hope deferred maketh the Up near, Chlpley a garage man, whether it referred to dogs. Sometimes. she alia candy. right bars ,',
w. .found*.of feed daily./ I'd sure hat . heart-sad"' but "xe: ptn everlastingly was recently found murdered beside trousers, or some of: 'those ehawming in KJasimmee\ ;
,, t'i"' be the- _an who had -to ,put the In, A Special Train -" f... __. at it brings' success.".. the highway.. That's I'not so bad; bather__ at .the beach, dont you know. Although she.< has- mach not aifcox\ ,,
l\ ": .p" hike,.'thai f.llow.Jill. The Orlando Sentinel of Thartdaysaid '. r. I've seen man engaged In the garage 's will she ,Im.m.: ''
.. i iKethlag that ?$80.000 worth of gro O.b) To Chang It .? business that I'd like ,to have killed Wife Wa Satisfied' ' Would "'you know' the' reason? s,
.,... New, About Dill ceries" were to be given patrons. of ,I Jlr aum..--General Jan t.naten :. myself, ,-.if I'd had the time. Madame Carpentler,,' In c Paris 'received 'Twill sure not be treason f
"Wemen may wear pants In' "Wis- one of 'the local ,theatre .that even Smuts, of+, South Africa, i..n. .ensiH,". says a dispatch. A legislattar ing. That was certainly ....m-e: right-man but'il, do-wish;he'd Make Flattering) Promise many, gestures and sad express ..Iotllnml.1:! . ,. ' :' "
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enactment. which receiveo iher. stunt. t ch.nahla sounds. altogether Says the Winter' Haven Chief: alon. "Still, she said, "he fought,like =.... .
i tondorsemeat of the governor assures *' too' much like some of the If we were a* 'old and- a Frenchman A and a sportsman." Cues'',I'Must Hurry. .
.,1 AMs fact. Suppose vemor had Will Someone Tell M* stories I've heard about a' Ford homely. a* Thornof, The e We'll say he did-just about. Tout.," The, Bushnell'. Time says "Thenext
refused te, alga the bill Would it What I wish to know is this: Kissimmee Valley Gazette a fait. After' you, my ,dear Dempt. goverporof Florida will, be on.
"have made .any diff? What relation to 'the heat wave ia It' A Silly Practice we would sure atop sayingso Bon soir. I thank you, of'the orators *at 'th* me mortal"picnic !
.H.* '*, the marcell wave-and does the permanent Numerous paper will tell in the much about,the styles of *..1 I'II 'at Dad m..cre.on, Thursday
.A Bird\ Of A Seal wave have an affinity for society gush column about a party bathing suit and "mlch. Her*'* That Recipe July 7." Well mebb so:'. but' I'n
Saint Petersburg has adopted the wave .of crime sweeping over the being<< given to some "little miss between A* the editor of the Chief is now Sure, Annie, 111& tell you how,'not y.tjecel.ea. 1 my, invitation' to attend it
j.w city seal,.,the leading' feature of country. 'thank"you.Certainly the ages-of-ayear ,or.-so' and refraining from making' any mention T.ke..ome two-quart Mason fruit' celebration and orate. ..Mebbe
't"wh h is a 'pelican making a noise about eighteen. Really it .is a super- whatever of the subjects\ above alluded jars-all clean. Buy some crates of the. .. Times. is mistaken. ,
like laying: an :eg* on. the top of an An Easy: Job>> idiotic procedure. Why not, if that to-not even making' the noise peaches.-as many as you can afford >" J
old J piece of piling. Whether the Mary wore two silken sox, sort of stuff has to be ranted that annoys an oyster-I'm led to believe Peel the peaches. (This Is not a recipe ;'M Using Hifl/GenUy r
;& celebrated pelican poetry ,will be Rolled .down, below her knee; .f .some.. small boy is "little mister. ?" that he has given his ,looking- for the bathing beachV) Put Write I.,R. Matthews,from'Homestead r
thereon inecribed i* enigmatical. But Mary onoe had chicken pox; # ,* ,glass a ,complete renovation. those peeled peaches, atone and all, : "" n
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'*. Which spoiled the scenery. Never Reprint Flattery: I 's Into the jar, pressing' them'down to I want you'-to,be good to.
.Foolish Quretiea No. 6XX92 t:Pensacola Jon,al. Says the Tltusville Star-Advocate: Conservation Cone First get packedas -tightly as possible Rev. ,J. ,A.. Sutton whom, we \ ri
fr* Don't you Just, nacherly hate to But in these days of camouflageWith A When it is In trifle have
A flattering notice-of the query come to me from young plumb full put a cent 'you.While I am,
get hold of a piece of fried salt pork all the tricks allowed her- Star Advocate was credited matron reading about like this: more than a half-cup of sugar. not, of, hi* fold ,,appreciate
where' the fellow scrapmir off *he- Why not er.se. the chickentracksBy to the Tampa Tribune last' "Thorn: As you appear to be authority Add no water. Add nothing not the fact that he i I. a mighty
bristle failed to do his job In proper mere complexion. powder?' _..- week. It should have been upon the matter I am; anxious even a few raisins. Screw the top good: fellow,. and your, city
fashion? Where the whole durned credited to the Tampa Citi that, you tell me how long I on the jar after placing one of those is to be congratulated
rind looks like the mug of a' fellow You Can't Deny This zen.. should wearmy skirts? Please. rubber washers in the 'cap. Sit the having him with yon* You
who has forgotten to shave for about I've noticed that in hanging out the I feel. sure that the; St.r-Advocate I: Well.: Annie mucKdependdon't: ; you 1..TS' 'awaY' 'foraweek:-end forget .will.-flnd if.you giv..himhalf. _
five weeks? Thank you. I knew you washing on the line Right thebat Ten will be better. chance that-he
aidnt mean "flattering" for that know. t off I'd say em. days. Then a will .be a*
.ticl. The clever woman always tells ;word signifies "acf' of pleasing by about two years but if you have open one' and eat the peaches a* de- strong In your' civic 'affair _
:J her help to be discreet; artificial commendation; adultation; plenty of symetry, shape and simol- sired. What is left in- the jar after'i as In''relt 011.life.: > '
Jfcre'n Important Newn She must hang the old and ragged false ,insincere, or excessive praise.; eons you might wear 'em much the peaches are eaten will_well, it I',. Well, I'm doing the ,best I can with r,4
A dispatch{ Southern a conductor stuff away back out of slg'ht- :cajolery, blandishment." And, know- shorter. Still, if you do go the limit may be a little thick, but wheiT-S*.'.him. I let him Into;my office' fr-
'ten the Georgia and Florida And place the finest garments Ing Dobson as I do, I'm: constrained I'd suggest that you wear an ankle slips into your macgooslelum yo* '- : htm a bit of spirit .
wa scalded to death by steam. This where they'll show well. from that only: his talk' ; of knowledge of time-peace merely as a reminder' will find it has the disposition, the*:"U.I svice-and he i* certainly, h ed,1ng .,
i I. the first time I have had a hint the street! the American language caused him that you should "watch your step" inclination, and the,._ reputation.i.I r, my" instructions.What, mortidd' k -l'
that sufficient steam could be created # to publish such a bull. I thank you. That is all. I thank you. Amen. Yassum. 'you' want?_" '_, ,
on that road. to scald even a coot I Wouldn't Be It "-'
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t.i-.and I think the death was caus- If anyone'should try to launch a .
rled by some other means. campaign for me to le elected as assessor .......... . ... .. .600.060 OOOO O.. .OOO. ...O.O..O OOO..O O...... ..O.OO.o. ..i 0..o t.f.. a

of Osceola county-and I .
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Sure-Talk About It should learn who it was..there would I .
Says the Eau Gallie Record: surely be some trouble then and > :
Another thing that puzzles there. If anyone would present me, r
1 us is why a man will handed on a huge silver-platter) bordered '
talk about the town in which with a 34x4 Inner tube, a cer-
lives and continue to make tificate of election to that positionI'd ", See the Cook in 11
his home there.- well,. I'd snatch off the tube- .
That's the way to boost the place kick the messenger down atai.-and #
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i stalk about it. Talk about it all ,. throw the certificate after him. Yan- .
the time. Mebbe the Record-man sum. I'd not want the job. I thank '
mean talk "against" it. 'you. ; :
*, * I * our Window this'W e fa.
Someone Struck Wrong Key Why Necessarily "Little :/
According to the' lastest monthly Says the Saint Augustine Record: :
statement issued by the federal fig- We can appreciate the difficulty ,. '........
urers there I I. a'percapita circulationof of the little girl who t't. n.
coin to the tune of $53.42. If any said she know how to spell r
M'a of my numerous friend find on "Kissimmee" all right, only 4
' reckoning up things that they have she didn't know where to ,
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an excess of $46.6\.they will confer I,. stop. .. +.. f;
I an' immediate fir J by forwardingit Someone ought to tell her to stop-- ,
I to me. I' hav-the $688-and the if stop she must-on "Mee." But lit -
will me with tie girl or big girl, tell 'me, I implore .. .
just
aggregate square I
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myself. Vassum. !, why you ,wi.b'IItop .t all? ; L R i
Jk. Why quit at a score? While there
Sort Of Iwi is no speed limit you 'shouldn't go .. ,
Stuart ,'in tell-. too fast they're better when they're o ,//.I t
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Says-the enger, ... r
drawn out.-the flavor!! longer last. Ili.'Ic.!! ''
the'tale .
fg age I \ .
i a During the ceremony Mr*. Editor I Still.: ,, .
Nutty *, .. : <
Hancock played very softly, Says the Clearwater Sun: :J., i. ,
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0 Promise Me. '
life. It is the. fad When a fellow is- "doing I"'t. '1'J'" .........."
You bet Iny his best" there j Ms little ,' ..
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th' soft pedal, on t :> .
nowaday 1-0 put' .
ter to i expect'from him-be- '
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there'''
that moment promissee.'Of'course: when a . '! '<'promise are' ai ides the Good do Book says.." :. j1 0. ,
"Angels can no better
anything=but sometimes, according If that editor ever aaw'thatquota; I 4 : ) "i -.'
to, that oT fable, "It can't be tion in the'"Good Book" he's done a.. ,. ) .1 1t.1 t
But it ,i* always best to be ..r)' dnrnedsite better than;i ever II 'have.-. ., ,
all in ,June.
JBoftly" on' promises
and I have read the bible from cover' -...
eleven other months .
There' also
are .
to co"er' several times. If that: ex.pression
when prudence should "be yo'guide. '.
ia'there my glasses/ must "
TV' have been blurred when f reached the P
Oh, I'' Don't KPow verse. Citation should be made. with .,r 'Nt jass'
Say ,th*' TitusviHe Star-Advocate: greaterdetail.. 'I once ,heard of an
Meanest' man has aplnbeen'dlacovered. editor who wrote: "As the bible !lwif' ,t 'ti' i 1
Be lives 'in says, 'the lord tempers the' wind''to r
Kansas City, and cut the the shorn,/ lamb'." Mebbe that same (
r1 top off his wife's best pair writer is now editing the ClearwaterSun. t
of silk stockings to make :
of socks.. She < : '
I himself a pair .
I Ie' suing for divorce. Doe. Orlando Ever, Eat? : -
Pshaw I e'n beat,.. In Huron, What'a the matter with that Orlando ;"L

South Dakpta, one evening a 'father 'town? I was over there a few t '.J'!
tW said to his two kids: "Who'll take I a says ago-in fact, I'm there nearly / ,
dime and to bed without '" I wanted 'I e'
r go supper every day--and just a t "
There 'was a circus coming to the snack to hold my appetite in check. '
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place-and eacH of them eagerly Looked for'a restaurant. Found one : - '
said:""Me!" He gave each a dime.Vlfter.they that would open In half 'an hour orCouldn't Z' ORENCE /.j-.i<, "'. .
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were asleep he sneaked so. wait. Found : a soda '
r the money from'their clothes,-and in fomnd where their charge 75c for the .: 1'MoreHeat' 'j
4h* morning- whipped 'them both forlosing usual 20c club sandwich-but club '
\ the monev-and; made 'em go were never my favorite trump. Asked STOVES" Care' ? ; ; ) '
"w j*.without their breakfast a* still morejf three men; one woman, and four OIL COOK s t
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of a punishment I thank, you ne..bo8.1t there was place in the ... ;
\ city; where I could get a short order Jr .
f .Let'a KeeP .Things Clean -not too short, you know, but just Have'you,seen our :window this week? Hurry She demonstrates how light;you ,work: can bo.. ( : ;i a,

Say the Clearwater Sun: about enough to be right. They all look! made and< how fooofwfll taste. ,... rand ,'
Editor Thorn, of The KIs- 'said that the- only thing for me to your' J; ,'r

_'& simmer Valley Gazette, has do was to watt till that on. place on A real kitchen An expert cook who is cooking The Florence Oil Cook Stove cooke'everytlting i x

t. people started against a campaign alleced'for grafting the By Orange the time avenue,that opened.was opened I ceaMat.I was: food;; She 'will answer"any question.you, want to to sfturn.. It.is simple to regulate and is so easy'to.1

S None realize officials better, Here than I hoping.the editorof can home get in something Klsaimmee! to where eat. any a feller time ask about the f uffy biscuits and,, other goodies keep clean. The Florence. : burns kerosene,, the, = : f. A

the Sun of the condition which .he wants if- and at a reasonable being cooked that: day. And she win show you cheapest of fuel. .
figure, too. Yassum. 1
In thi fo'f'lome
existed
have locality
V'l years-for he-was at one time a resident * why' she is'so successfuL' Don't:! put{ it oft Come in today and Bee this.., ;

:. eette-aims; of t the to'i county.do is to.What establish the Ga-arf Still That Butchering much-abused Language word "quite"seems I' She ia using the Florence Oil' Cook Stove.; wonderful demonstration of the Florence Ofl Stove. l i .'

honor system" which shall be' universal to, come, more and more into .
.throughout aU. Osceola ,Itffuhroeatesrendering the limelight a* the weekse pass on. ., ? -.1- %". 1 ''. .r
.'' .blHa to the city So many people ignorant of what the : -.'- .: ,
which are honest. It advocates ren.dering word mean use It that It has become -"' The Above Demonstration Is 'r .
word . .IsD
: bin to tie county which are the moot toohlyvapplied '
honest. ,It advocate the elimination In the American' language.: I notice I ... '. ,.
t. ".- :of superfluous and useless interning* the misappropriateness*T of the. wordIn FOR 4' '<:' -
:',' lens in county affair and city affair nearly every paper I peruse. ,. .'
?6.f "Quit number "quite a crowd:" My4
,-and'demands that the mere claim a ; '
'zL. aL: being I,a '"good fellow" shall not "quit .afew;" "quite rainy;" "quitea
hi-.7'justify a position '''on the payroll. collection was taken;" "quite a :
", ,'.r.; ,advocate A full day's work for 'a character;'" all these are used with One Pay Only SATURDAY; JULY 2300e> DayQnJy; ( > _

.full i, day's" pay-and, Insist that every carelessness to such an extent that
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the result ludicrous.'The
,, I stipulation of a contract shall be are .
..43carrled 'out. regardless. Ifs declare. dictionary. "this J/ 'J' = ,- T I4,
"Quit.
" carefulness and commjon weed : : adv. Com :
.that brains -and precision '
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'shall 'be a 'requiite4 In'public pletely reaUy'i wholly; entirely;. positively; While,'the Demonstration of the ,Florence\ Oil Cook I :Stove is} A
,t affair* as well a* in pitvat matter .There. the" thing.. "Num + ;,' <( 1 jUMt
\ The: ,Gatett. believe ,that success In ,". .crowd," "a. collection 'wa r -
r .this.county.and city ,will be attained taken,"bring-. the.sane result*-in Being l.Conducted. r Dainty Biscuits, and,; ,Delicious\ qpff fee.wile.
< thattheGolden fact; be tter>r alt--than-where-that r ,r"i .
!mly by leetb1&teaetJoD..eDd! ' '" "
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Inl.is: i of Just, a* .much iny prefix, ',, is :: attached/ Getting "' !' ; ;T :J ; at.the: Store: of ..' :.-!- ,; '-"

7/" importance during;the:' sU;, workings= doWn. toifcrassbeaded' tack about the r I 1.'t. ,: b.Served: : ,.
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.' t )day: ef'.the. week'1\a* it' U .when *.1ti only. ,,'time-when,''the"'word i* really 'Iii: .. .. ... .. ,. ,
( ,of, the applicable .,ia :'in'. answer-to some ;" \ < ;
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.i",'. ,."."r'' 1}lAY'nseb.trrvoIea'on'8nndayr saint"aid. *. .ttix-da. atDner'I\.."t. query mothr-in-lw'VoT inch as fDo'yoa'"Do-you: 'love'rememberaU.thatmsofstuffyour'.your- jt.. ,. --'B'" ., M.' ;A .,.' .IN"'S' ",.g'N' I'G'QM't'e"' "lf.' ).

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j If SM*glen J W-rtarttag i' campaign told ; otl-IJs hom.ID.tb', " / ;., : ; : (
the -.. ar* for, lt-r-no aaUft,whoIn ease if/wfll7Jway*.',be:;.perfectly. ) WI"4'" . ,

'i .'. "pain" may' pinch.. ;" I"'.thank you.r ..proper to, reply:,7yot.' ,'quit*."- \t 1 I . . t'
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y dri avenue-of :which',the ,.Journal many kindnesses( ,'and Duinez'ou"' af 1 day'had', this .to say i. .. ; : tj
says "It ;is. 'very Attractive and deserves fairs were planned for their,,benefit; Although then" many friends have
.l"FSOG REALM ] the patron* .of the publlo and'it was because of the.. ,eondl .uspiclOn for some time that an
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tenting delicious noveltien-in the way. tions the'' visitors have a warmer engagement announcement?' would be Fish Lake PathLocated

luncheons, .and 'drinks." pot' in their hearts for Klssimmee, made loou..tlll'-: ; report':,of the .
''RETURNS'' FROM NORTH . than for\any other place.'I" marriage of Mis Blanche Bryan and 4
"' GEORGIA 'VISITOR Milton Lamar Frazure .1.* greeted
,fr TO KISSIMMEE HOME extended HERE WITH RELATIVES. MISSIONARY UNION ._ with, surprise, the wedding having
> Mrs R. G. Minick, after;hu'an returned- Mr, W.,JL Swain, of 322 Chore MET TUESDAY AFTERNOON been event of today.at West Palm ';

visit in the fer.portly'br\ef\ tlm.ter street, is entertaining her niece, The Woman's. Missionary ,UnIon) of Beach. I a..
'Kiislmmee a make north. Miss Margaret: Castleberry, who'' has' the,. Baptist church held a meeting Mr. Frazure and his bride,' aceompanted 'MINERAL WELL
she will again a
''Which arrived from her home In Thomas- .
who Tuesday afternoon at the hoard ol, by the Jattel"mother" Mrs':
with her
TO'trip to return son
is. "visiting his ''grandparents. villa, Georgia for an extended visit. of Mrs. Fred Herzberg, ,No, & Orange Virginia Bryant motored to. West :
P row ENTERTAINED' street east, in which they were Palm I" morningand were .
'RETURNS FROM VISIT CLUB' *tined>> by the Ladies' ,Aid Society of married by Rev.C.. H.' Summers, ,
MRS. STEED .
TO HER. DAUGHTERS BY .' the same church-the program being pastor of the Methodist church. The
The session of the' Wednesday '
2 Mrs. A.' A. Diets of, Pinedale, has regular Afternoon Bridge Club was"' arranged by ,tho, first-named ''union. bride, a< most attractive young woman .Kissimmee 'and Saint i Cloud 'b'p'
home-made ,- ,wore blue canton' Midway Between
returned from South Jacksonville, entertained this week at the home: Iced tea .and cake':were a navy crepe J. s
where for three weekssh.Jae been served during the afternoon; .FollowIng . dregs,1 ,a gray straw hat effectivelyeomWned Ni _'
truest,of her, daughters The Misses of Mrs.'when W'J.'Steed11L tables enjoyed Clyde avenue thepleasure rre the names of those present: with navy blue ribbon..and > .,- .

Diets 91* +e'op.ned.In' South Jacksonville ; of four the afternoon, and the Mrs. H. M. Breaker Mrs. A. C. gray accessories to match.' . I* becoming. .. . .....:
"1. what they term the'Vanity served. There Chapman Mrs. J. W. .toli) !!', Mrs. Kpllowing,..the ceremony, which --, ., \\.J.g j
Fair Tearoom,1' nN choice: refreshment Leon Fennell!, Mri. L. R.,',Farmer, was witnessed by Mrs. Bryan, the ) _
= : upon were four prlze.wlnne.--Mrll. Alderman Mrs Ross Graves, Mrs., E. 8. Hall happy couple left -in their car for a

M.'V. BOYER fr...,ROBERTS )Mrs. Buttorff,. Mrs. Harper Mrs. B. M.: Hall, Mrs. J. M.. John honeymoon across the state. They" Justlyf'al11ous > t u
and Mrs. Starbird. ,
Aton.Mre. W. II. Jones' Mrs.'Rebecca < will visit the bride's niece, Miss Ines '

MOTHER RECEIVES NEWS Livingston'-; .. J.' E. Lupfer, Hogan, In Saint .Petersburg; and
& Roberts OF DAUGHTER'S DEATH Mrs' Belle Modie, Mrs. J. E.' Nebloj later go to Kissimmee, ; the birth .".:
Buyer Mrs., II. G. Lasley of 112 Beaumont Mrs. Ben""O'Bannon, Mrs. F. A. place of the groom, for a visit with >

avenue, north, hat just received Pierce, Mrs,_-Jenkins Sanford, Mrs. relatives. Before returning to Mi. .
word of.the death of Her daughter J. W. Thompson, Mrs. Emma L. ami the honeymooners will stop over Hundred, of families have. tested the water and are unanimous i\

R(4LSTAT4i Mica Cynthia .Ladle/, of PdebloCoforado I Westfall Mrs. J.. W. WilderMiss for a short time at White Springsand in their opinion a* to the beneficial result to be obtained through '.

,, and is the recipient 'Qf. ,Lizzie' Thomplllon-. Miss Ethel Wilder. Tampa In the and state.other. points. 'of interest liberally drinking the water. In addition to the medicinal properties t
from her large list of '
.a 'f sympathy !' Both Mr. and Mrs. Frazure haverna'hy which physician declare to be.wonderful'in the treatment of Various
,
, Homes. ..> Farms' .. Groves friends in Klssimmee! in her bereavement MARRIED IN ILLINOIS /*,
TO KISSIMMEE friends in Miami where they Bladder Skin and Stomach Disorders i
i. Mlas Lesley will be"* remem- TOURING diseases i. e. Kinney Diseases
,i : Undeveloped Lands i bered l as visiting her..mother in this Sam ,W.. Pratber, _.of Kiistmmee, have made their home f'dr' numberof the water is one of the purest and 'most delicious. .ever discovered ia l .. 'I
Florida and Miss Marie years, during' the most of which
city some two years ago Ethel Boyd,
t CITY' LOTS A SPECIALTY ly J personality and the ner'love-1' of. Cottonwood, Illinois( were marriedat time- the bride has been fa notary the south for table use. w1
r together with her sweet the Presbyterian church of Cot. public and bookkeeper at the Motrop- -cOo ..
Box 284 presence, I jOlis.....Mx....Frazure and.. .
Christian character, endeared her to' tonwood ThurdayrsJulyJif1921.rAt- owns oparates- t" ICE -GALLON AT THE wELL.. lOc t{
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. all who learned to know her. Her. two-thirty in the afternoon Rev. N. a service station and automobile acessory << ,
sister and 'husband, Mrs. and Dr.{ D. Norris, pastor of the Presbyterianchurch shop on Northeast Second Delivered at your home, I 15c per gallon. ;t
Monihan accompanied the body of 1 at' Shawneetown Illinois, officiating avenue near Buena Vista. Phone 176 R. S. Floyd Grocery Company. A deposit to,cover "
Y I the deceased to the old home in *says the Tribune-Times, of : The bride's mother left West Palm the cost of tile container' will be required-which will be refunded )ll
No-giveMin I Wentn Qhif*. whA"e the, ".. >Cjtrmi, Illinois. I. Beach after the-weddinjf for Kissimmee ,1
for month's visit .with- rely return of the same. Prices are cash.
ys were laid to Vest. The bride is the daughter of J. Wl I a upon .
I Boyd and granddaughter of Mr. and tives. -o00- .\'
KISSIMMEE REBEKAHS Mrs. J. B. Hale, having; made her I I On their return to Miami Mr. and i
HAVE NEW OFFICERSThe home with the latter for a number' Mrs. Frazure will reside at 114 Read the following opinion of one of the: mOlt noted physicians' .\

officers of the Rebekah Lodge, of years. She is a very popular Northeast /Twenty-second street. in Southern Florida regarding the water from the Fish Lake Mineral .;

No. 42, 'for the ensuing term are an young,; lady was quite' devoted to her WORK THAT SATISFIESThe Well: "-, .. ..
below: grandparents and held in high t'1Pteem 1

., uareBDUeaT Bessie Williams, Noble Grand; by everyone. The groom is a Bonnie Belle Beauty Shop/ ow Office oY i

: A .S l and. One Mary E. Coble Vice Grand; Della fine appearing young man and well opens each morning at 'nine o'clock. W. L. WINN" 1
Pringle, 'warden; Salina Cooper, con- liked in hi* home town. He Is engaged Modern. Sanitary. Perfect work In .
ductor; Tilla Cooker, inside guardian in the garage business. all lines. Appointments made llntllphone llbyairtan & f 9urgronKiaSIMMCe ,
; Alice Thrasher, chaplain; Elisabeth The Lohenrin wedding march was ((91) is installed please call {
:Price to All Jones; R. S. Noble Grand; played by Miss Mabel Ruth Holland I phone 184. Shop. located at 112% :,FLORID ., 1
beRutifulsolo
yl; Fannie' L. S. Npble Grand juAt prior to which was a 1921. '
Holing. ; Broadway. Gladys M. Alford. rte Kissimmee, Florid., May 21, i
Lottie Dibble ". S. Vice Grind; Sarah by Mrs. R. C. Stilwell of Cariui. I Dear. Mr. Fosdick d t'J

All Goods Marked: Plainly Neal L. S. Vice. Grand;, Elsie I.McCoskey I The Boyd groom, of Baker was accompanied Oregon, a by brotherof Guy ADDITIONAL' LOCAI I have t'arefullyexamined: the analysis of your ,
secretary.The
a officers The bride well water as made by the State Board of Health, Bureau !
were installed under the bride. was accompanied :The of Colvin Parker '
appointment .of Sanitary Engineering under date ft May 14. .
the auspices of .Mrs. Porter by her father J. W; Boyd, as"
.a 'l-: Fancy White Bacon Ib______ & who has been elevated to tie post ors preceded by Miss Doris Hale, of Ko- the, commissioners notary public on Monday was-made when by This analysis shows the water to be exceptional .in l
r t district president koma, Indiana a cousin of the bride. its total freedom from organic matter and otherwiseindicates .
deputy position
each that the
Smoked Breakfast- Bacon 'IbZ9c, she is filling-with the same excellence John Boyd and Hugh hale cousin., bond member furnished of by body the signed;American that -it is a water of remarkable purity and Q ;

., Good '':'Potatoes, peck _______ZSc with which she filled her post were ushers The impressive, ring; Surety Company. .an unexcelled water for table and all drinking purposes.Not .-
!of secretary of the lodge. ceremony was used which was" very only would I recommend it for that purpose,
New;: Hard-head Cabbage.Large Ib 9c beautifully given by the Rev. Norris. ,, The same barbershop has another but I deem it to be a water'that used liberally would ,
r Sweet PoUtoes.;. 1B1:_. 4C SPEAK WELL The. church 'was : beautifully and new manager-Leo Curcio) who be of distinct benefit in certain cases of kidney and

Choice Bananas, dozen _____35cj OF KISSIMMEE VISIT elaborately decorated' for 'th- occa has before been' in Kissimmee, having bladder troubles.' It. would also be a very valuable adjunct '
Mr. and. Mrs: Charles W. King, of sion. A large number of friends and arrived from Tampa to' take to the treatment of rheumatism and certain blood a
Fancy Sugar Corn can-.lOe charge. He is mentioned as an expert -
Portsmouth, Ohio, who have been relatives witnessed the ceremony. and skin diseases.I I
Early ,June Peal can_._.__.9c. spending several weeks in Florida Immediately after the ceremony' in his line of work. congratulate you on the possession of the well. : :.}

Oatmeal, package .; __._...:._I2c have given a nice:>tory of their trip the happy couple left for Mount I'I At the union services at the Yours very truly, ,1.tD ..r
the Times their Vernon, Indiana, hi a car, and thence Christian church Sundayevening the
to of city, and thereby r
t. Good )Toilet S ap. cake..__ .., Sc Kissimmee" has obtained more by rail to South Carolina for a visit ,'sermon will be preached by Rev. W. W. L. WINN, 'lD'. 'f'f000

Fancy:; Rice I II I I. lbs ___,l.SOC publicity. Mr. and Mrs. King were ),.wiVi; relatives of the groom after', II. D each, pastor-of'the Presbyterian !
8Ibpail; : Snowdrift .$1.0724lb.uckBeit' truest in Kissifnmee for: a.._lime of i which the will'they will be at home I,. church: The subject will be; -- .
Self-Rising Mr. 'and Mr Wayne--E--; Allen of to their friends in. Kissimmee. I "What the World! Needs Most"Next

: Vine street, east and Edward }Keahiger I. Thursday a. ballgame has fOSDICK :1
? Flour; .____.$_.'x..5: ;and. the'fimes jays: "They NEWLYWEDS VISIT ...... ...J been signed up bn the home grounds ALLEN Proprietor : '
'. Plantation Tall Milk. can___ 8cWesseii are loud in their praises of the hospitality I KISSIMMEE RELATjyjSS- here between the team of Winter ,
''size'' Salad of the southern people and Mr. and Mrs.. Laniar. Frazure, ,of J I Haven and the Kissimmee cjub-and "
.Large Dressing, I Ifa .state that all the nice'' things that I Miami arrived in Kissimmee on I every fan in the county is urged to

+______ ____ __ ____3Sc. have been said about Florida are I Monday, and were the guests of Mrs. : be present and see a good game.
:Oil.,'pints, per can..29c true." Throughout their stay in this I I Frazure's relatives, 'Mr. and Mil: We carry .all of the best brands of . <
Navy Bean :7JL Sc state theKings were: recipients of ,James )I. Duncan and family. Upon coffeeIncludin Chase & Sanborn, BARBERSHOP NOTICE 1 s sJ
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.. their return from Saint. Petersburg ,
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. .. ._ ; -0-- White House .and Barrington Hall. '
- NOTiCE) i They will visit Mr.,.' and Mrs. JtV. ,B.Harris"MrSi Splendid -bufk coffee at. 20c the The Casino barbershop 'I. 'now under -"

YOUR DOLLAR WILL WIN 114 'A I . Harris being an aunt of bound.". Waters & Carson the management of Leo Curcio, t
Notice la 't... given that I 'wilt the : They/were"\ *ontheir wedding Grocery a high-grade: workman In all branches .31:1'- l
apply to the Honorable T. U.'Coiner, groom: ,
< Company.
fLONG AT'THE been married .in of 'oTk. Only the bent service _
1 RUN I County Judge of Oaoeola county Nlor.ida tour-
I I on August to, 1511.>at Mm office West Palm Bead tin Saturday. The <, "Zolfo Springs 'Truth has changed given 1..11I personally guaranteethgt
;i\4f: Acs In the. Court'' House -Klailmmee, its < name to Hardee County Herald.The''Herald" ; full 'satisfaction will be given
husband is son of ,Mr. end Mrs- "
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( ; t foran order authorising. the Charles M. Frazure, both .of whom part of the title, is'all' all patrons-or the money will be re
KWiOMY FOOD STORESPRODUCTS Lab I of the Interest or c. I., Hyatt. *
arid MendelrJackson'H3att. ml.flora are known to'.nearly'every resident to they good-but! it should have held funded. A trial is Invited then-you
In and Do the, South fifty feet tit the portion of the '
r> 'ZolfoSprin will come again.
:; Five, Block One of Rohlnson'a ad. of this coun l. For years he was a
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? old. name. Springs Herald" 322tcDAD" MONTGOMERY.
of
dltlon to KlMtmmee, Florida. 'valued attache the Sugarbelt rai"U w's
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23 Breadwar f ,,27 Maj!*'Street K .GR. CE'JI',. HYATT way-but for some time they have would tell the story in a heading. -
M Guardian- of C. L. Hyatt. lr.., Mr. C. Brooner
: :' "- I been.reltldentll of' Miami Of the couple and 'Mrs. Harley ,
-i .& t" IDIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUnlllllllllilll, 22.4t .,.and. M.nel.U. Jackson,. Hyatt. the Miami Metropolis of Sat rkS and sons George, after making a ten-
day visit with former friends and r THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN 1 C

r illlllll iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II II II II i 1I'illlllllli, lI IIIIIIIIIIIIIII il l Il Illllllllllllnllllllllllllnlllll' l lllllh Miss neighbors Hattie-Eby'Mr: of and 623 Mrs.Penfleld Eby avenue and- ' X
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tR .,...... : ......... ... : left Saturday for their homein FOR SALE }

; # -- Wichita Kansas.. FOR 8AUB--On. UIO Model Chevrolet.
. = Miss Margaret a nieceof Juct had engine stone over
Fortenbery
". e::::::: throughout. Running gears all In
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1 ] Mrs. Dora Lee of 418 Hugheystreet writes in figures 4
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7i good hap New Bmtterle All you
\,DR., M. R1VEAS L.\H. CEDGE, \ M. I. STOUT' = has taken a position as assistant tlrea been In UM only <0 laya. Car FIRE
,t; "Prtill..4M CeuAfer .Vie../""* cell
1 Sea before buyltiK. Will
!'- =-= Bonnie Belle Beauty Shop, at 112% trade me for good! property.. Give or or leaves its red record of loss D
... . ... . Broadway, and is proving an adeptat take boot a. cace may be. O. B.
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"It' t =-= the line of work being; carried on WoodalL SS-lto caused by property destroyed

II.-... ..ot ,..-,....,. = by'the proprietors .- '. -.*,. FOR'8ALB--Reno- seed potatoaa. '
= . == \While the city teams have been Extra quality Jot D. Cufer. Box revenue stopped production

&urig Busmess.en-. engaged in generally .bettering t-thestreets 116. Kl.5lmm ". St-ltx halted, time lost, while com :
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Q .. *. "" 1k4 of Kissimmee J. M. Johnston, FOR BALE OR RJNT-Flv.;:: aorptruck :1
1'."" \ 'V, ... .' .. ofv the. street committee gave orders farm located in West KlMilnA petitors secure a foothold.
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.. ___ ... ., ...-...-".1..; ..... ,. ...... :::eI:: that some,work be put ton the ball- me Midland. between railroad Mabbette'on west street'aide city and .
\ '. ;il.' \ ,\ '.. .... '. = grounds. There was end of that drainage ditch. Good land: fenced: The Hartford Fire Insurance .6 .
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.. '<. .., "' -. '\\0 = '-- work-" and eonsiderablesmprpement: highly.. rertlllmed and oultlvnted. I..t.earea.trortf'rmr"o''ult. Company through this
k4 tt--' ::7Jte.-Ban1cL With .... ': $ ha sbeen." .noticed.Floyd' ,. : Phone' 18& -- ... "ItfFOR J. N.Parkes agency, '" .$

.;.+... ." ' "' ......... Y't' .-,' -, :. '" 'E- ., grocery is being "altered r hora..l provides sound indemnity ;
SALR On
c4r' pair rood
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: and amended" so" that it will presentan
llac also one two-horae wagon andhonra. 'Getr this .J
protection here; ;
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appearance equal to''the best. 'The gee W. B. Maklnaon. at the.
;'" .. -" '. = entire (interior is receiving the trans hardware store. t-tfo The sooner the safer. .1-'
rtE H.Ability.. Every young man who. starts. a bank.account and sh ::: :: formation- it has long needed, 'and FOR SALK! -A one-ton i Maxwell truck. ,j J) ''
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p "', = Mr. ,Floyd declares that it '''will Bee W.'II. Maklnvon, at the store of CARSON FARMER, ,'1{
i' t t and ;t' maintains it, i.tdoinari4meOtinlf'that.wm'.ur( 'raW'Hi>*t t'W henceforth be'a most attractive. shop, . the' Ha'kln.on, Hardware. Company.FOR Z2-ttc. "

y .. : i /; standing"" i in the community and show that he i ii '"me;\mgfltngntEit i zs- at, which to trade. *-> AGENT f}
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,,, / : BAl BJ--Buntralow; he. n' vrnroomaT I" .';
. iii5 SOUTHERN' LUMBER'' NEEDS large lot; all Improvement: Office: WiDsoa BdUbc ;'

i . (1'0: Serve good. -, ''.J* At, .the' sane, Ume,)oln the liabiti o'syitem(' accuracy ;;;;; '. .> WILL BE WELLDISCUSSED'Forestyy .and .a At One A b..rlrnln location; Jil.faa n"mlnK"w'ton. .. twatre.t. Next Dtfe. Oraataaaa m.ra4teC., ." ', i.
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*> Broadway. KUslmmee BltfcFOR ,
Datliartoa .
f ": ,: : .and. economy; developed. .will: prpve very,valuable, l :factors', \ 1 1OIPOSITSINSURfD needs;of,, the"1 South Atlan- Ave..l'I" "I : )
BALE i Cheap; Upton piano. Inflne L'------p f'r.:
tie.-and Gulf state is the principal ;
condition I Call Allen 1
Foadlck.Kl
.. ofauecessto: aay-Tiolhing f being!! well-known>to'l aVgood' subject"'for. discussion :rat the'Thlrd .h raldway' .
: Lake Park '"Jrvtween.. th L duy oruontr oUJ..wlll-tnrdUh -.+ ...:;t
Southern Forestry Congress, Which XI..lmm.-anel SaInt Cloud.. l-tfc 1 aU material. u: B. WoodalL' .I ,
as.Stf.
: Bank :This Bank offers you safety, secrecy and courteiy. == .. "
will 'open.a..three day .session In Atlanta FOR SAI,.H-Wooden washing machine i,- "' l
:,:!r,; t.benr'.enio'ed' 'the'':' } ' "" next. Wednesday.Governor : nearly De.... Apply SOl '),Ia.ln.are..t. WANTED tnndard -breed.Butcher hogs, on, any. a'
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+ If you ha convenience 'o a Bank Hardwick will welcomethe 10-If want them>oon r t.,
1 Thomas AV. ?" P"lble Address; T. M. Martin. ,',

f its . account. We invite, you. to open one 'with UI. delegates and during the congress of FOR BALE For Rent. rnl.ed Galloway..--Florida. JfI-UJt.j'.j" "
will conference
-{ there be a Room. pa Card 10
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.1 governors of the states included cent. iG'bel1'a.r. Oaxett:, ofnoe. MISCELLANEOUS ;rDJlRBSMAKlNfJ .f '
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from Virginia to Texas. A. ACoult, '
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,tit _. It: .. ., I _" ... ... .'!,:,'. ." .. } .= : secretary' I of the_ Florida PC velop-, FOR. 8ALK-One Betm Bleetne- Wall 101 doneSlnqneneld. Verona'street.by Mr. ,J.Kta4":R.;" .b' y..Ibmee ,:;
V/ ;: lit 1U = I ment *Board, will 'speak en\ "Cattle ..lat.... Practically new. At a reasonable .' ,.fl-tfe #
} a ; ?.I / = price. Apply .Valley Qa- :
j It and Southern PtnejFarestsy} ; : t'
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.'tt\. i--- .. C ," '. = The sessions '.are to'' every ? TttFOR QOO BOARD-Home 'cooking: everything !.
1'.tt.. tq'' t'"': a / t. v;: open neat and' nlee.: .Rood cation.-" '*
t fr r. ." f'. ,' (- w rs .C. = person"interested'h'tbe..subjects and SALE-On. Nash touringear Special >Rate; board ,and room.' one, ''( -:' ,""
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'. ': ,- the "of Florida' are intensely and one e. vaa-paaaenrer io-room. $10 per week: two In .: .
.. as people al'aL':. "
touring of these,at bargain ;.' %
"' interested; i II\plane '-to insure an prl e.. W B. >Makln. n. City. 'I Mitchell streets phon$41ara 2.tf .
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j 8. k; Oy.f 0 I ; E, 111 ) smpletnpplyfgfeAlmberforreratematerial: .in .which _. to .. market the : . ., I-It SECOND HAND_ GOODS boaarht, ,'
\ qn s.ce a q-p y fruits'and vegtableltin.futurd )years SOB, 8At.1IJ.-Oa.three, visible.Emeraon' aa sTOoa Trpewrltrr.model aa new. and 'r.palre4.:1+ The Casinos '44-tf.;' ;

; :. ; as'wtlFat material to provide4,-,a.large for lumber.dele t1on andbuilding I:. ,FOR Apply 8AL.B-,..vatleJ', Two.. OaaeUa.bora>.antta.v, ,>4-year. U. FOR'RENT ,.. 01' .'

is,, tect.! '* .1 FOR. REiT--Furn/.hee; B. .
t *' .exp old au d.lv.t.\one dark:< bins, on. Wi4 ""d i
\ "darkgross.,> Ru..lan style whitecollar Harr-Oa.tt.. . etno.Ie -tt. { .
'Hoar.9'"A, : M. to'3p.. M. ,Canada, during the last twelve and cuff, acbabU. Nearly 't-:1t, : I LOST, '..Of." .... ..... ', ;t'Ji. ..:
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t . hernelghbortvt Appljn,1 1:"Main .tr..t.ar' t-tf y 11>; ... \
+ 4r *' :.. "" month.,,,bought -"goods? "fwn t1asw'
Mus pp : t" .. L .' ., \ ., ''3. .Ji" t' 'f + 'r'Ct 4 value on.91'ooo... LO't-z.a.t. Saturday between;-Mel-.. ,:;i.. ,
r Y jf. /fi: rftf. rl.l ; ;J r : they i ,f .-. '.WANTEDI.WAJTTBBD . w- ::" l bourn and XIlmm.lack..i morocco -*, ,,' ;1 ,
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000.; cardcaae containing .qten '#.
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4o They -To' OO" with: '
earpester1n bill '
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regard 4o''bulldlatslxroom bun- reward ofl'.re4. : !! leave 'at'otft

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