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 29, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01022
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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THEMES MAGNIFICENTLY Y HANDLED Florida Cattle Raisers' Association, indications... are 'that the nee
,left on Tuesday for the'express purpose commercial school which is ,To 'open :
of looking up the possibilitiesof in Xissimmee about the first of,8ep.
BY ORATOR AT 'GROWERS'' ASSOCIATION the cattle'marketthroughout Cobs SAWING ]iN AUGUST tember will be a venture that will f

,, -his first ,destination being .Havana. prove an excellent ....t'to the city,. >
'" k _, For about'-a dozen years that.Island Mr.) Sum- CaB-Her: tuber Ceaapaay ,Will Prob Professor"'.. ,! D; MacGlashan will New Leather. Tad WiD.W.L....
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:: Prraide.t..f Stab Marketing Barean Speaks at.Length Before Session of'C --and he has ** large; experience in .' 'aWy.c..... Sawing Abeat The testimonials from those with;whom at.Rate*),Which, Wffl' ''SII..... tae ,- '

Co-Operative er.w....' Association His Sa'tsesooa 4MINt' handling cattle shipped there:' and ,Middle of August he has been associated for a number Growth of. Cigr'e '
now that all points in',the United of years, and Rollins college in its -,
latprestive . States are barred to Florida cattle The most complete lumber mill to brief mention of.its faculty for 1920-. 'Kissimmee' has been, ''.adl,. handicapped r
there is intensive' question as to be found in- Florida. will commence 21 has this to say of him: vx. ,by the lack of a yard 'carry'.
_i A-rare't..t was the reward of-;;;;|'feed ourselves. And all because the what 'course' the, cattlemen will" 'pur- operations, probably about the middle -. "James Dow MacGlashan. Trained ing .n 'assortment of lumber at) of
; eighty men and'women who turned farmer hasn't'organized. We mightas sue. : 3 of the coming month- and once in accounting and banking. in price in accordance with the ratesin
out meeting! of the Osceola :well 9th'\ taken a canoe, an / Last week one. .of the cattlemen the plant of the Candler Lumber Great Britain; thirty ,un other cities Mach Brothers have'
Growers' Co-operative Association old fashioned musket and powder with large interests was forced"into Company, under the management of ience in accounting and auditing in been supplying.;their customers'with .
Tuesday evening Radiating; optimum horn and started across the ocean to bankruptcy at Fort, Myers-the reason Dolph. Walker.ahall begin operations America; instructor In book-keeping such material. as they., might have
and good cheer L.. M. Rhodes, whip Germany Might as wall have being given that there was no there will be an established payroll accounting, and banking Soule Business ) at prices which were very' modest,
president of the State Marketing Bu- different people make the parts of market for the stock; and it. is predicted that will be ao aid to Kissimmee,and College aid Principal Business but their business is devoted so
rfef. entertained and instructed his Ford cars and. everybody sell the that others will ultimatelytake there will be pleasing publicity obtained ..A.eademy.Tamp..; instructor 'Inbookkeeping largelytoother lines that-tho supplywas
0 v, -( 'ence'in a speech replete with-wit parts he can. Organization, standardization .the same course unless hold are throughout all the -states.Mr. at Rollins." .i as'
I and joke. aprppros. A farmer of long unity of action and business sufficiently "well-heeled" to till Walker has,had charge of every James Brooks, chancellor at'i Rol- the average-home-builder desired.
standing himself Mr. .Rhodes' knows intelligence will'put the Florida conditions' change. Those conditionsare : unit of the concern since its coace'ption lins, savs- "Professor MacGlaahanisa As soon as the Candler Lumber.tompany .
"A the farmer and largely instrumental- farmer in his 'right place. We .can not liable to change until the ,' and there has been no expense man of sterling upright character ,., v shall commence. sawing'
in organizing the state Marketing raise almost anything. We have ticks shall be eradicated from all cattle to have a perfect plant : and always on the square; .a there will be .a lumber yard ,opened
Bureau vm 1917, and its leader sinceLast some' poor land. So. has every statein and the quarantine shall'be lifted result from '' the large amount of man of his word, and faithful in the in Kissimmee which will sell atprices
time "he knows the peculiar the union. We have twenty million fey the federal government. At theframe money ,Expended. There has been, of his duties." J fully fifty percent lower thane '
heeds .of the Florida farmer.. Better good as. the two million time if Mir. Summerlin can op- also every method installed to prevent Chars W. Hochllte yet he knows'how to prescribe for his now 'under' cultivation. I've seen ordinary fn negotiations in Cuba f.orthl. great losses "by fire-a couple of water Rollins college says, in part: "Pro In I vogue for such stock as has Dot t
, needs. redweed grow in Florida so surplus stock it will-lighten the burden systems, with a sufficiency 'of water fessor MacGlashan is prompt and accurate been carried by Mach .Brothers. Parties ..
, "We/farmers.' said Mr. Rhodes, big that a dog had treed a rabbit' in to an appreciable.extent. having been established. And in irTevery detail. His ambitionto are ready at this moment to -open '
"representing the greatest industry I its 'trunk. Don't tell me we can't addition to all the needed bulidings help the students made him a valuable Quam',With a stoclT of material -'
t on earth are the only people who raise the stuff in Florida. I've seen For the carrying on of a great business asset to'this institution. His of good'quality,' and will carry'an +
I! buy at the other fellow's price and sell I the 'finest corn grownin Florida I SALES OF STOCK IN there have been a large number day is not reckoned by hours and assortment which will be an.attraction J r
at his price, also. We're like the ever saw anywhere and I know the if attractive cottages for the use of minutes-but by service rendered." to surrounding communities.
I 3ffeazene>a-up husband -whose wife soils and products of all but three the white employees of the establishment Professor MacGlashan has made While the lumber will be sawed from "
s .val in the'habit of thrashing him, states. in the Union. GROCERY and a'greater number-of houses arrangements to have associatedwith local timber b y the Candler Lumber
! periodically. When his neighbors The State Marketing Bureau started WHOLESALE built for the colored help. It- mightbe aim in the school here .M.... C. wholesale,'that' company 'will do a r.
, said: 'Why don't you assert yourself to function July 2f 1917. :Since noted incidentally that the management E. Hilton. who has had wonderfulsuccess business only-and will in '-'
t! and show her who's boss?' he replied that time -we have sold over thirty WENT OVER IHETOPlCiuiaeo prefers to employ only help in training sot many of the no wise be connected with the new ayard
'I don't have to-ehe knows! And .million dollars' worth of produce having families as they are the young people-of Knsimmee, and this ; bat the promotor;of the new ,
t ., ,, BO we've gone on until in some see- and with very little criticism. We more dependable and always take action Nil be an added attraction for institution is determined to sell lumber '
\ tions' the farmer has gotten to the have had some criticism, of course. Wholesale Grocery: Coo-. greater interest in the business. those! 'contemplating a commercial; atprices which have-not'been'.:,
r point where even the famine And Some people have tried to get the The Candler interests in this county -' course. Other faculty will be added duplicated in this vicinity for' many
: I threaten because he can't Bureau- abolished. We interfered parry Promises to Be Distribatinr t are huge and there is also a is rapIdly as there shall be''a- de- years. '
:\ 41 pet enough from his' land to properly with their basiness. One fellow said Goods At Aa Early Date large 'acreage pf fine round timber mand. The opening of this yard will mean f f
f eat. This condition will continue until he had to pay the farmer three timesas i. fjj.! lying in Polk county which will be More complete details will appear much to Kissimmee. In/some cases
I we learn what every other business much as he did before we were ttbe stock in the Kissimmee Wholesale hauled by the company's road to the regarding this institution in an early three prices have > been>asked; and
+ has learned until we learn the created. And I expect some others Grocery Company. has been fully mill .t Campbell five miles from KIII'slmmee. ''Issue over the signature of the head when It.shall become known that
f I'; value of co-operation, standardization -, wish we didn't exist But we're for subscribed.The Years will be required to 3f the school. y\\ lumber quoted "\|50 and $60 'poI" '
t unity of action, and business the farmer we want to make your I, charter for the corporationhas :ut the timber from the tract? which thousand can I .beat bought at rates
j intelligence. pathway brilrh'tec.and your load : been signed by Governor Cary A. will be- cruised through on the first ANOTHER DIVIDEND SOON casually; mentioned .at from $SO .to'
"But the pessimist says, lighter. We want to help make Ilardee, and is on the way back from run to collect only the larger growthand SAYS RECEIVERrBULLOCK: ,MO. and of a superior quality there
'Oh, always can t get the farmers to or- Florida what it should be-a horticultural Tallahassee. -- that supply is expected to last will{ be,-'., strong incentive tor!"build
toganixej they won't stick together; paradise. We have sold! everything The deed of the property purchased through the first decade. Then will Considerable{ anxiety I. expressed homes. Those who come hen'fro..., '.,,
there's; no use.! There have been failures from pigs' bristles to scrap from the Waters A Canon Grocery the land be cleared by the second by many regarding the supposed delay northern points will learn that the. s""
in 'farmers' organizations. But iron. We did fall down once. An Company as the location for the rutting of the timber that has had In aanounclng another dividend post of building in' Kissimmee 'haa :..
h there have been bank failures. Do elderly woman with only one eye--I whdlesale establishment wil be delivered the benefit of the extended growth from the defunctJStateBankitJiaving been-brought"- a_ moderate-price,'
we quit banking There have been know because I counted them-and within a few days. which will 'take atx least five years! been understood that the. second and it predicted that there will be.
divorcee and failures in marriage. misshapen and badly out of repairin The officials of the company are In th.' meantime it is rumored that dividend of ten. percent would be season of bnildinv as soon' as the I
; ; Do we quit marrying There have all manners wanted us to find hera confident by the first of September, ohsiderable areas of suitable land said in June. S; H. Bullock regarding new yard shall>> open andthe' price ;
\ been train and boat wrecks. Do we husband: -We failed. possibly prior to that date deliveriesof will be cleared and planted to sugarcane this matter says: "I have never shall.. ,become known. ' s "
;I .top travelling We must organize. "Thirty-five state have Marketing goods wil be made to the dealers for the purpose of securing laid just when I could mske a second '
feed the world. Yet we cannot Continued Oft. 'Para TWO) from the home of the local 'wholesale Byrup and sugar for the great interests payment although I thought it DEPARTMENT IS CALLED ,
I JWe .. .
Jo -- -- of the cococola plant in Atlanta.Manager TO CLYDE AVENUE SOUTH
/ ----- - - company. would have been made before ''othla. I .
These assertions look good to those Walker has' nothing to" say cannot at this moment aat. date
FAVORING' PROGRESS OLD TIME PITCHER interested in a financial way--as wellas regarding this matter but early tor the payment.'but I can say, that,i, At ten-thirty+ Monday moml g" nalarm
to those who are confident that statements circulated ,when the purchase I I ihave, nearly sufficient funds f now,' called',the fire.department
\ the establishment of this wholesale of the 43,000 acres was made, and think that within\ a ,sbortHrraeI the 800 block' on Clyde avenue south.
y { GIVEN TINIRIELTHE'BALI', concern will bring -certain-' amount y l ouch a planis -1 able to make,the anaouaoBr Aere,:a.hopse downed .b r Judge*, '0.'
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ITAX-OOBGERS of' good publicity to. KissImnMe.l and conthmplatedperhaps-'at., a date menu": I-fMjl'.lmo.t. sure than canpay F.tCribbs and. occupied ; by,. Percy
:- I II Osceola county. not far distant; and it IB asserted out within three weeks-but*I ftarrelson-was-found in flames*and

I AS KISSIMMEE WON There are to be some needed-chang that large areas of the property own- dare _not 'say,Jthis_offlciallyj:for: I'd well toward the ruination point.: The- tftre.tarted .
MOST RABID REBUKEBy es made in the building before the ed by the company carry a soil. peculiarly be criticised if I fell down on' it. But' from a stovepipe'' which
establishment shall be completer and adapted 'for the production of I have no doubt that I shall be able had seen better daysbut the' occupants
---- will be made as as cane; I were enabled to save' all their
Mario Canoe A Baseball Nat of these very soon to send out the notices.
Vote of 3&.to 1 Kistimmee: Votes possible. The retail stock of goodsis An official announcement will soon household.effects. A burst hose delayed
To Purge The Loaf-Tune Lot of Fifteen Yean' Standing Pitched being gradually lessened with a ''be. made by the company's manager Mrs.M: E. Conner and little .the department in its effects t

Taxes for. KissfmsseeI view to closing", out' in a lump to Dolph. Walker, when the first sawing grandson, Richard Hilton, returned but in-any event the building which
DeQaqneat. will I will take a-two-months ,visit red but shell' was sorely
some on individual who remove at this great enterprise on Saturday from a- a
#"- '.eDtim.nt'hlblted by the I Eighteen hits, eighteen runs and them-although by the terms of the I and there will be, doubtless, a with relatives and friends. in SouthCarolina. ruined ,before the flames were' ex- . R
The of this city on Wednesday three errors for' Ki..lmmeeye.ter- contract the occupants have a stipulated large number of residents. who will tingnished.. .." . .., I
voters and to continue be anxious to the .ftl1l run" d -- --------- --- - - -
when almost unanimously the real- day made the five hits, five runs! number of days see ;
nine errors made by Winter Havenon possession but this fact will not from an industry that promisee to f .
of ;
for the adoption an : :
dente ,
I r in theneontem'l.ted .0 'ente rlle. The. Air In Kissimmee "r"
enactment.which would make it'pos the local grounds leek mighty handicap the new owners be important-as ; Up In : ;
to be relegated eorry, and brought from the'gallery changes and alterations. "
the tax-dodger'
sible for to his place on the* rear. wild \\applause-applause which reall* -' BOY MISSED HIS AIM' Calls for Financial '
--- proper Output' ,
; Marion' took few It. is predicted
seat; of the public arena was one of started .when Carson The days are AND BROTHER ESCAPEDThe ) !
which Osceola county may well feel) the place.of the regular short \ when huge drayload of grocerieswill According To Old, Ordinance
Kissimmee '
The.measure which waspass.4 Rodenbaugh, who played be brought through readiness with which childrenuse ,,
the recent session of the legislature : well"-as if h. was at his usual stand.It and to Kissimmee to supply the ........-- w. :,. f. 0 -_ fc 04 .
by it is -firearm was exemplified ""*- SM "N, '&
the proposition was was sort of a knockers' pm.- needs of the'retail'grocers, fore when twe ,. ,. 24ai.r -1\ rbdcRli:
regarding '
upheld by the referendum' .vote; '275 for Itwas clever hitting with the .asserted there will be no better sons Shingle of, Mr.Creek and on Mrs.Tuesday William, II. An. New York TriIM. Saaday-Jsly l -lasa -"' CeeJ>

votes being cast-of which 268 fav4 ball was hunting on duty.that locations won these where eighteen no one wholesale and Tampa house than between the one Jacksonville conductedby derso. it .is alleged, became angry Re,ardia. .TU Rdbf Made,By: dry Sane Tears.. :Afe Whw" ,:Asr-CrsaV. .

,stored the plan and matter but seven is opposed.simple runs for the locale Holmes Prather. the Kissimmee Wholesale Grocery over some trival matter. As- thetale ...-..... y_* ._.'. -R." ,. ," _'__ ..;_\,<.JI.PI. 'i i.-,
Although the a very is told at the height of the altercation -- - --- { : '" ..
to be ;: :. ';' : '
seems ;
there 1- /
another of the old standbys, girded L Company and { '1. '
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I thing. the measure required more the lad, Elton, aged -----": "
than four columns of fine type when up his loins.and made .a play according good evidence that such will be the about 14,younger hurried Into the house and 1 If bt.y.cbuee you are thinking balls, whistles. or'hems." Therefore
: published, in order that every poasi- to the "old'Roman phrase of "soc results of the management. grabbed. a gun. His brother, Wilber, of tour of Florida it is -for'roa\t.'blo"\ yourf
"tie point might be so well-covered et tu. um. Everyone was pleased OUSTS SHERIFF aged about 17, saw what was brewing next wlllt!!.- by all means leave the borer. before you turn-a corner in the '
\\\t\ wi'fa to be attaek-p roof. in the courts. with the work of the l-a-.nd even HARDEE FOR,' and started on a run away from town of Kissimmee'" youFTtttner-;: >JOTerKJ tamee.;a Nor ouIy-deaf,: "'!" .'- -- .
f As /- 'Briefly stated it blazes the trail for Winter Haven enjoyed the whip- OF DUVAL COUNTY the enraged youth who drew bead and ary. At least do not go there before but you must.jUso apply*' your.brake*. .
t" the .reeoyery of laxes due Klssimmee ping they fairly won. ALLEGED.AN. E pulled the' triner. Fortunately for first heeding ?some,: serious advice. 1 when the traffic: cop' "bails you-: .-
since 1910--bat for the lack of authentic The batteries: For Winter Haven' '.- all conc rned'the ajm bad as W. do not, mean advice tending to Whet her'you have to-stop-your: au>. .-
figures the'retro-action would Kenny, Cam and:Martin for' Kis- Sheriff w.- H.'Dowling.. of Dnval the intention-else the story would restrain Impetuous strangers, with plane at street intersections end wait "
S /r have;'gone" back several more' years. itnmee' Wilson and Carson there county has been removed by Governor have been -a' sad one; .trot it shows oaculatoQ' predilections,. from earryInjr forcroastewntraffic' to go "by, ,Is pot t;-+ .-
+ Itt\ has been asserted in ant Next Tuesday afternoon 'Hardee for alleged malfeasantand' that parents cannot be too careful ia out the apparent invitation contained stated.'> . ? "' / *> ,
method existed by promises a game that will wear down official duties." ; Here is another' little:tip". forCyouif
that no legal "neglect of his keeping firearms away from children. in the town's unique name up-
which certain taxes due the city the grounds In splendid shape-foi County Commissioner R. 'E. Mer- onanyof its native daughters, because yon are .,till ,intent npen going to''
,\wear':J't.cotlld be collected; and there was -alercentage Orlando 'will be here in great form ritt was appointed to succeed him SNEAK-THIEF GETS $123 we feel 'aubltadvice would be delightful Kissimmee. .If.your !airplane . '
I !":!' of propertyownerswho -and they say what they will do to and A. H. St. ..Joh.DJ of Jacksonville, ELECTRIC CAFE superfluous so far as aeronauts are ,is capable of rv. '.thrdu ,
.took: advantage of-" the omission in the Kissimmee players will be aplenty. named to succeed Mr. MerritU FROM THE concerned. air at the, terrific tfpeedT: of'.eight. .
law to evade their just debts:The ; N..rtbele..KI..lmmee is "all -TM-'sheriff's_ removal follows his NoL.Tha.warning.we have-in..mind milas-an'bour: you'are not-permitted' '
,lack of enforcement in this 'direction hope up" with the idea that'Orlanodowill recent Indictment by a federal grand Because he didn't care to-bank his is far less flippant.. It Is just as .important to travel., any lower than-ten'1'..* ,, {'
has been bruited. about occasionally; return home over the brick road jury on charges of conspiracy to money-and because he didn't care to'you as I. -the advice concerning above the' ground. That is an ImV<' "%
> In fact It 'has been asserted that with the feeling that it is .actually violate prohibition law. The indictments to carry it with him when he is running the necesaary high' sign\,that portent' point. you'.should writ down! 's
-Aome men when anxious to make a paved with good intentions. The charge: him with being his new c.r..s he says "the seek from the fait ated,! on piece: of paper.and past* in your::: .
'* WhvtAVtw h / Oftani-Aff.. game promises to be the best 'of the and set would too ran.--\teGrre, Moro helmet. ,
x r tai e rA* pTVperty imw *irocontemplated member of a 'whiskey ring money go entering an emporium of liquid -
;; buyer that the paying season. forth specifically: that he protected R. Dayson. of the Electric Cafe is delight which is .as Intermittenti The worthy citizens' Kissimmeeare '
of taxes in Kissiromee 'was along the the other alleged members. out just $123, besides a lot of worry: Vblsteadlan in its scruple* as the apparently much averse to High-
line of "let your conscience be your Mr. and Mrs Ernest Mach accompanied Governor Hardee in his order of and annoyance. He left that amount' fluctuating dictates of police activity ty persons.. At least they'"* rimho''
guide." by Miss Mattie Belle Harris, removal recalls- the Jury In. ; in.his :cafe on Monday night when he demand. nate against them in a most frightful -. 'f -

Each year for the past decade has are spending the day in Tampa- dieted and adds: "It further appears turned the key on the plant Some You see, Kissimmee Is a progressive manner' in thernatter'eftaus.s'' Y
seen the list of delinquents the making the trip by automobile; that the said W. H. Dowling has not, local thief who knew where it was and .energetic township, and it If you are thlnkll1sr'of..buying. one of. '
M past year increased by the delinquents during his present encumbence as secreted'went to' a rear. window and. enacted air laws before any other those giant British dirigible airships F
,a of the current twelve-months enable interest in the election-usually sheriff of Duval county, suppressed' ripped off some screen wire, crawledin community in the country had its that can fly across the Atlantic the'
-until at this time there Is a vastCUOlulatlon'otthese"thlng' coming in group. Considerable crime known to exist.". The execu- and to6k the roll and now there eyes above the ground. It is becauseof city father of Klsaimmee will per., .
r_ the aggregate disappointment was shown throughout tive's order also stated that the'sher is-mourning in the House of Dayson. these laws that we think it"necessary mit ywrto'' flyrlt over their"air'do*; s .
being large. The validation the day by both men and women iff apparently "has wrongfully per. Police and the sheriff's forces have to warn you 'before you fly, to main upon the payment of;a' aUy"tax I
p' of the measure by the endorsement who had failed to learn that in addition mitted violation of the'state and fed- been combing the city for proof of the Florida township, whose inviting of $50. but'woe betide you If you ,
and approval of Kissimmee. almost to being registered for state eral law In Duval county' which was theft against several suspects. name is but a snare and a delusion. try to fly over their city with wings +
unanimously, will\ put new. life into and county election they should have his sworn duty to prevent. The i If, however you, are still 'intent fastened to your arms.. That would I. .
the city and will place in the hands registered on the- t 1t of the proper official. an increasedsum participate in the city election. reasonable assistance to the prosecuting FLORIDA PELLAGRA CASES else you may do there, be careful not aplL buriaL plots come Jiigh' there.. ,
.' of money with which to make Possibly some of these will be again officers of this county,' the to run" your ( ) any' stray v Those city, fathers are clever. think., ,
'f;, w the desired and needed improvements disappointed if they fall'to take the : order further. 'states. Numerousbaseless rumors regarding telegraph' telephone poles withinits get you any way. Just as you :" '
f' I,':' =and the debts now outstand first opportunity to have their names pellagra in Florida have been recently limits; because that is strictly you are going. to fool them by flying r
:.1'' ing. Had pay the placed on the city books./ MISS BANDY OFF FOR' journals having forbidden under the township's law)' over their city in a regular airplane., '
on Wednesday the councilmen would The people will now look for' action HER SUMMER VACATIONMiss a nation-wide circulation, and the Moreover, you might be haled before you' find yourself against this condition "
;j..jl ,j(_, have been in a most decidedly strenuous' upon the part of*the proper officials Inaccuracies of these tales are boundto the loeal justice'of the.peace and be :' Yon are not permitted to:fly"in
',1< 'position asd the city would toward carrying oat. the re- Mattie Bandy leave., today for harm the state.' separated from $500. Besides this any kind of craft-unless you carry.artificial S "
.have/ gradually slipped back. A. it qDl.ite.'of' the.'measure 5 which was a sojourn at .Old Orchard Maine, Here.1e .ft official' statement reordlnlt'.the yeux would face the 'possibility of wings and "other' liafety.ap"paratua. -
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\I r ia-rTtow Kissimmee will pass Into betl' *o"emphatically.,. endorsed 'on. Wed where she wilt, 'en joy-the 'waves that number of deaths which spending not more than ninety daya It a, those artificial wing' '
ter' things-end will be able to stand nesday. >ITbe 'voter have; done their dash. against the ":stern, and rock have occurred in Florida during the : in. "the. town ,calaboose"-and .take that get the ,two l hundred berrUs every *,
j1.' lo..r'up* to the'front'ranks; of all part'.toward, eliminating the tax- bound coast.. :Enr ute- to her' Kis last few years: ,In 1917' 218 death.; it from those-who know the ultimate tune ,no matter whet JOG do.-. ("
,. ; in,Florida' '' first syllable of, that dread place) ;ia ,no' .\'And by the way, we. almost forgot.. *
J eittea of- her. claaa, Ldger-regaydless of; who-be may simmee home Mia ::.Bandy will visit 1918. ; lfll>>r.1131820,111; party : >:
'1. .'t ,The::election waa held In the hand'somely be; and the- councilwill haYe'' to the markets of New York and Baltimore six'montku of 11>>21.: 46.< Northern mispelled. : tit.... are taking; a.
i '' hall Dar- gbod". to show that the action notice 'of these Whether the citizens of Kisslmmee down to Florida in your airplane do'l c'
,decorated city on- "make< for,new stock for her millinery papers should take ** remember that if c : c'i
in' the atr""or! 'not not fail to
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,wo . TILE mSIMME!. VALLEY, GAZETTE. fRIDA s JULJ. 2t.1.21' :

''TI .''hand:.nade shoe Industry ft RESIDENT OF SAINT "CLOUD CATTLEMEN FULL..WELL nKNEW' I I afternoon; paper and ,tb. 'owner Oft);; 1 witch. We're 'the only class -of' peo- NWd want to render' this assod*.
carbearing the published humber if pl\> .in the world who have always tion ever possible assistance.Cat .
aWl of' grest'importancs in Spain. 'DIES AT ORLANDO 'HOSPITAl ACUTE CONDITIONA ;; 'I (
1. be appear before noon of the next 1 been, content toride in the 'caboose. I upon .as You'll.hav. drfacuities-I
I communication from A.A:Coult, day is !given' the gasoline. Standardize organize and use business but such organizations are the easy
:Thousands of French people cannot ? I
because Death haa claimed. another veteran of the Forlda, Development Tie same trick might be turned' methods! and ",,'II come into our way for us to secure what. we de.I ..
meat secretary
afford to buy or egg '&:
t' : of"the, civil war 'in the ,person of _. I t I serve.
of the soaring cost of living: Board, at Jacksonville, read*'' in part with variation,, in EJasbmn Some. own. 11'
of Saint Cloud,, '
_. ,. Charles Goodrich as follows auto 'number might be picked out
I who. died Tuesday, July 26, at .the "A considerable number of, Florida without regard t Orlando, hospital. newspapers have recently contained the car. Friday 'morning's Gazette I
Mr. Qoodrfchwas 73 years, foul editorials 'calling to the:attention of would contain the lucky number, and
I.months tend 23 days of age' He was the public the fact that the last legislature the owner of the -car bearing the
t. born in Western Illinois. March 8,, failed to provide necessary number by merely, showing. a card .
1848., His father, Joseph Goodrich,, laws to facilate eradication of cattle that he had bought even a dime's
was a native of Scotland. In'1846 fever ticks, and ,secure cooperationof } worth during the preceding day,
j'he married fry4Apiee f \ D. Rouse,, .the federal government in helpingto would be given five gallons of guo- I. ';\ :j
"who was the niece of General. ,La- line The would be adrertiiing
open the outside market. > to Florida plan good! t
FajrettA ''
cattle. ,
.'t 'I I. In 1852 the Goodrich family moved quarantined
"We wish to emphasise the state-
to lowar- At the beginning of the ment that the failure war deliberately A Banquet That t Was Almost 'Phone"So )
civil -thirteen war Charles Goodrich, enlisted then with a carried out by a. majority in..both Call
boy years
the house and the senate with a foil '
Company C Infantry, and served for knowledge of the conditions, and results a Tragedy .
the union throughout the war
would Attachedis
which follow.
Mr.. Goodrich*was aman who firm.. "Three years ago at a banquet I
of two telegrams,. the infor
believed in and proved this copy .
ly right mation therein being ahown to the was stricken with acute Indigestion.Two
many times by worse and vast donations doctors worked over me for an
members of the by Honorable
contributed good Causes. He Walter Williams in attempt hour before I 'came to. I had had
jVV V is survived by his wife, Mrs. Martha to get satisfactory ,laws an toprotect severe colic attacks before. but !nothing -j
Cigarette Ann Goodrich two daughters( Mrs. the cattle industry" n -- nice mat. no doctors or medicine z zA

Lena Mercer, of Joplin }Missouri, and! The first telegram was sent by gave me permanent help until a
Mies Grace Goodrich, and one son, Representative Walter Williams to friend, who wall at the banquet, ad- I

To seal I l In the Charles/ Goodrich of Rich Square, Dr. J. R. Mohler, chief of the bureauof vised me to take a course. of Mary's .. {
North ,Carolina. Wonderful Remedy, which did with
.' ''animal Washington and
industry ,
delicious Burley Funeral services and burial took wonderful resultsIt is a simple,
'' place Thursday July 28, at tenthirty reads as below: harmless '
r tobaoco flavor. ; Those' in favor of tick eradication preparation that removes .
from the Catholic church at Or of the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal -
understood that
have on account
lando. tract and allays the incarnation'
It's Toasted '_ quarantine we have no outside markets
l which causes practically all IIt :
and that since the government
The Gazette's Job department is liver and intestinal ailments U1laeh'l
equipped to do all kinds of job printing withdrew its forces there is no way ing appendicitis. One dose
(j) on short notice and at reasonable a that cattle can be gotten out of Flora vince or money refunded. J. .
J is
Z o'J1pr stntes. Opposition
.. We make a specialty of ergon, and druggists everywhere.STANDARDIZATION .
, loose leaves for led",ers._47-tf. I making the assertion that the gov-
ernment has given them assurance
r .. --. VV V that: federal inspection will be furnished the People May Know"The
.... .....oo. o o to facilitate movement of cattle (Continued from Pace One)

at -any timoEleaao-advise by : Bureaus. Eighteen get daily market -
wire attitude of the government in reports by wireless. We'll do that .
this respect." here some day. Every member of Valley Gasette'a desire is t.,
156 Miles Per Hour The second<1 telegram was Dr. Moh- this organization can have our bulletin print all the news all the time but. ,
ler's reply to the queries, and was which is issued twice a month unless items are sent in by phone, .
directed to Representative Williams, pbsolutely free. -Well advertise card or letter, we cannot hope to eMIt
,.", "', and reads as below: thing you want to sell, buy, or exchange all. If you know of any item of ;
ffi "Your telegram twenty-sixth. De- and it won't; cost you a cent. news The Valley Gazette will be very J
t, mand for employees' in areas actively All this work is done and has been glad to print it. i\

fi Made by Tommy Milton at Daytona Beach will co-operating not permit in tick assignment eradication inspectors work' done without sold over cost 316 to different the farmer.We've kindsof School Club note Society; people., Lodge coins, Church; away er or. !

cattle movement
to facilitate
articles and produce. We've sold 'or .
back maniaedeaths
? 4 zg 1920 froni quarantine areas" not cooperating more than a hundred different per- coming births, items; concerning visitors, ;,)\.1:

April ,in such work.: ,, ishable fruits and vegetables. Sixty- building operations, real estate deals, .]

DEAL ON PAVING QUEER eight thousand carloads of perishable neighbors moving in or going out, and ;
produce are shipped out of Florida ,"
M In fact anything that will make The
i SAYS CONTRACTOR MAULE annually; a carload crosses the state Valley Gazette more interesting to it.reader. :,:r
, USING SINCLAIR OIL line every eight minutes. In 1919 .. '
An advertisement in this ;1
appears Florida grew an average of $72 per
.. .
issue from Evert P. Maule and in acre for every acre under circulationmore ,The Valley,Gazette's motto la; "So \
b the letter forwarding the >order !Mr\ than twice as much as Iowa the People May Know." and to that
i i'c Maule says: Illinois, Texas or any other state end we ask your co-operation. ";

We Sell It and Invite You to Try ItI stating"I would that like I will to bet go $1000 on record that as if fornia.with the A possible hundred exception and forty of million Cali f.4!
boost Kissirnm
l : a two-course penetration pavement is dollars' worth of produce has been 'Help us .
built, and a grouted brick pavement produced on our two million acres ,
I fVl : on sand I can take a heavy truck under cultivation' r
I CLAY & THOMAS with iron wheels heavily loaded and "Your pessimist says Florida is '
; utterly destroy the grouted brick ;full of rattlesnakes. I've travelledthis
pavement, and that the same truck I state. from edge to edge for four
Stewart Avenue Carafe, Phone 22. KiitimmeeEAGLE"MIKADO" would<< not injure a two course penetration years. I've hunted for rattlesnakes. .
pavement. 1[ never have seen one in the state, .
"Even the Brick Manufacturers' alive outside of captivity. Every... L ,, -" !!;A
.oooot.oo..o..oo .o..o..oo..o\ Association does not; recommend a thing is in our favor. We have the ,
____. _... _
-- -- ----, :.1. ft ftft '"
: : brick pavement WIIHUUI* a vuntrci.c'oundation. soils the climate and all we need. : ,
w, TV The State Road Department It's up to us. If we go to sleep on .
) will not recommend a grouted tile: job we'll get run over at the :

: brick pavement laid on sand, nor will 1 . "
;; _> 'endlNo.l74 the Federad Aid advocate such a -
: f- )>avement.
1f7 : "It seems a quer deal to me when
>l'l'a: I was low bidder on the Kissimmee-
Melbourne. road 'V>n brick and other '"

) For; ... Dealer .Made la' firm ands: types of pavement, that the commieaionera -
a* yew / ", f I the
and let
should turn round
: !I'; ,,; .-?- I ASK TO' *THE YELLOW rENOt WITH THE BCD BAND 'work to a competitor on a cost-plus

,' -" EAGLE MIKADO' ?. ...... basil;When I had fairly beaten this Are You ?
J competitor. Moreover, the competitor a J Progressive
: L,:,' COMPANY, 'NEW YORK'e was not a regular paving contractor r Q

:'" : ' but was a Jocal'man. who had ;
.. . .
; >
; foreman 'on Iwork.
\ , -- -- --- had experience as ,. *!, f ( ,? l *r? j
--n "Friendship and politics should not
_. t'
lI" ' road contracts. You
..' \.w., ' '. count in letting ,,
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... ': '" know and fair-minded citizenof V .r
: every V VV
1..{ ; A : Osceola county knows, that I was
: l4iAt2.Q.: jtiou.42./ d. deal, and, moreover -
rf lW{ V'W- not given a square
e;, .' i'A_ the county was not given a *. ,. .
deal at this letting. I spenta .
"$; &t&1i one square
;4t'j .A.4.JCIl.. good deal of money bidding on : .
: ,. : ....; Y \ .' your work, and should certainly have .
: .. 'f" V V
treated fairly.
I .1t1J ta8& V been
::4: .,t.. !. ,: V 'a ,, :; ?: CHAPLIN MAKES SIX-REELER'

) ', f;: ,,,"",,,,,,, '
,, \ ,!'. \j l, .; super-production,
'.' ,1" __ e Charlie Chaplin's ,
. which took the comedian
"The Kid,
,,, .. ". K.tfc. booked for
.. a year to make, has been ,
,. :'P v riA t the Casino. -
..,' .
r'1"' ? seriousness of the part
:... J , v The very' '
sir " ,',prouction -- -_. -. c - -- - -, ,- ......
that of foster father to awoweeks' ,
old baby makes it one -

of pictures the most which deliciously he has ever humorous given a Science teaches nothing can stand still.

.' oy-loving public. It is full feature
\ *gyjj 5jjrH. 'r length: running six reels and is comedy I
''N ry I I r of such high range that it is universally

known as First National's
six reels of joy. '
vanilla be obtained .
Crude may Boon
from the wild palmetto leaves of We either progress or retrogress.
the Island of Jamaica.
I -
Last year: approximately $80,000- ,
'e C 000 worth of peanuts were sold from' r,
the farms of this country. .


,. TO, EAST-CQAST POINTS Bank with us and be a progressive.

'1 .
t --M.I.rISAr.w.S S5.. .Irw W Elmo Griffin and Frank Bryan
? .. -- .- contrived a deep-laid scheme to visit .
Daytona by the Ford route.!: -and on 14
t : smoking hot dinner is delightful; Sunday they left Kissimmee with .

H but to be served needs happy \prospects onmaking and hearts forty-five aglow. I
: property They: figured-
'J miles an hour-and the sad part oft I - ---- ......-
: Table Chairs Knives and was that they made it. That is, .
V. V Dining they made it whel..they -were really. .. -- .
\ : running on the paved road, and were --- ,
't t I . : Forks, Plates, Cups and Saucers and mot tires soldering because punctures of blowouts and changing and- I I

""fl good assortment of Cooking Utensils. soaring through small lakes and deep.
mudholes and the like. :

'We have ,all ,of ,these. shbwn in the Upon girls reaching- the people their whom'destinatlonthe they'I Merchants & Farmers Bank

went to visit could hardly recognize
t' \ above picture 'except the girl, the. turkey - hem for they could easily have; ,

.. .. passed themselves off for Elmore .
; ; e, :, and thereat., -'. '. vllle.Clay; and Outside Frank,of.Waters.. few minor from Mud-trou. .of Kissimmee sMARION i

bles 'and several,others the lads de .
', N. diy. ,us ,&. call'when. 'you need. any- care_ they had a-o-m.trip: : . .. Cd.:.1-.1.1 l,

;,.! t(. ..thiri! r'inj I:t riitur.e: :QHardare;: ,. SOME .MERCHANTS. MIGHT TRY HERE THIS TRICK "."' .,rd., . 'ft" ".SLANIEPresident:":"... V VV t '.: J .

ni ', !it";Ce WOODBERY/VJcePre ideM '. .I' R.. fc, GRABtU!: Vic .pHc1A:..... ttt
4A ./' rpri.lnl'f -Sanford .. ,' . : ',
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;. has fixed upon the plan of giving :t W. L'.:JACKSON Cashier .' ." )
: ltnA ijOM away five,'gallons./! gasoline each .. ,,,, '.J." ,
f :
II WA AJY ," "i" f ... .
: day to,some automobile owners, 't'An '.;- ..' .'... _. .'''' rf
automobile license number' is pickedout ... r "
a Tandomon the atreets,' publish' i "" ': 'r'lji.' .1 "t.' f'' '( 'E ,X'- )\". __ ... . "

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Swing. Low, 8"". Charlet.Oh WOMEN. NOT A'CHATTELtMAY met' ftp/ one ''who desired to 'descend .most famous screenxaetress is', he- .

1'fTAPPING you who i seek divoteei, r CHOOSE HER FRIENDSThe' upon Nutlejr. If there are 'arty persons aunt,tiny Mary .had -' to begin bet $
THE, THOUGHT TANK iDoat strut so_much about- I inflicted with such-a predilection picture-'career doing atmosphere"as8h.ppppealed
For Doctor Rkkerll get roes! court of Florida Las it is'1 only fair to slip them the '
< ,dont outf! supreme informationthat 'eyl.. .- subsequentdescent'will In the 'scene' .
V : I Ir j'-.U you watch handed down a decision which is In museum '. "
By THORN obtain for'them In which-"Uncle encounters
keeping with the .jtlmes--but which a thirty : Doug" a
Aye Ay That's.. What will be deemed bysome, at first days' resist the complete t and abso lot: ct'wax dummies 'which'' he thinks
I I If theyVe going to roll 'era down flute a* unreasonable. The cam lute expense bf the town. ire,.real, in the same scene were a ;t
This' 'Is A PaM" Locale I Perfectly Natural Teo I i why net make '.m shorter in the first was one where'finding his Such are aeme of the woes that large number of aspiring "extras," J'
r >a, SHas= Kama is dead at last-. ...Over on the. east coast the Cocoa place-and thus aava lot of mate wife in the of another man, beset those who, go up in thl'air toships. one or two of whom may 1O
'Ie'' 's gene to- be a saint; Tribune calls the' stuff "Cec..>ee l- KIT proceeded to company eel busy with the man ;. But it remained for ,.UpcUSam. stars, even as tiny',Mary.
... .e seed .o be the ham what 'am-: I er." 4 .4s. 4Following > Driving- take hit life. The _to.-null the' prize Joke- of" all, The purpose starting this promising , 1
JtIo.'I'IBut\ new Ia.'. ham what aint. *' The--Style.etcMary ., court aid the fcsssult' was anprovok and he did it+in'the land of.ukul.... little girl who, by the way admits I ty
t" i .
(AH Heoe Was Abandoned I had two Barters-r- can .* '
ed unless the In the I '
, Btrmcs >V!j' e..U M..rt.t I Smelted a fellow's breath the other I She wore them h.lgh or low; of the woman man had first commutedsome a1i that is aba o lutelylpermiisible nderc"fbe she is five years ofd. at the very. S

l t Those, who pass' along Darlington 1 afternoon' and I sleuthed hint seven I For whe>e". Fashion I\ ordered act of violence. In the decision law, but he must first get a bottom of-the Ladder 'of Fame. Is so y
: .aveaae wUl notion the sidewalkdir.ctly I blocks,to see if he had.any. of k left ; them j Judge Chief Justice Brown said: federal }lot's license Unfortunately he will learn. every angle Jot the
(I, in front of the office of Lewis I'P. S. ._He hadnt. "Those, ;."garts' were sure to go.Looks . "There may have been a time when the united States government hat work and thus become as proficient '
bunch of decided what color license
., O'Brya < a fine thrifty wife not yet
a was regarded her hus
4 Ue greenest .ef grass growing nicely, Or 'Even' Old 'GoIUh' ) Coed ,To Mah dA band's chattel and AS ought-to be, and until congress has some day as her famous 'aunU
out alon
'i bL- dent It Is left there- When X'see mentioned in any paper close. .tatvestigation has proved on a 'public'road "with another, man appointed a special committee' investigate It' has g been found that'a pound of 1,
"': :, t itpt. te reaiin4 the. attorney. ofhid' the name .of , Irektad.{ ... forerunner< of Booker" it>i illl mighty 'I'sunmee are: rolling their own. This the" husband In making 'an are no. licenses being: issued as a pound of beefsteak'
. i'' easy for me' to realize who' it was I rfoes not refer' to- the vile habit, of assault her' This.fact so tickled the city commissioners energy
:' Merely A SexgesUen! the parents of that boy considered a smoking cigarcts. It'. a hint .about is'no longer upon companion when but this of Newark N. J., that they JThe 'United States na1.'dlpa"rt.' ::. t i iw.nhlps

\. '. .Vt oertaibl,.. against misquote I greater-man than even Paul or-Silas. ,happy hosiery. equal tru't th men.women The enjoy merewalking promptly enacted a similar requirement ment Is offering ,five' old r
f If--O.Rem.. Oae .ef the exchanges reach. I Amen. : or driving of a married in the aerial laws they (devisedto and 26rniscdlaneous.essel.. for sale.'
; I. It'sTV Regtar Rue.Every over.their city.' ,
teg the. desk efTae Gazette said last woman 'with another man govern : .. -- .
or a married .
.. J'Ime: Has Been Fleeting time a congregation seeks If aid's cynic scoff yl
week: "There is just- .. good fish in man with another is you' you may
l'1. the Sea as ever were caught out. I. Tampa is .tickled almost to death to have a regular time for a few not sufficient provocation woman to justify at some of these wise provisionsthat :., r
because there is being located in that months they raise a purse and send have been' so carefully thoughtout
i !"Caught out" certainly good fine I. an. assault by either and thegreater yJ
:, ''delicious} -..r l but the quotation ..wouldMlIcJt. city a plant for the making ef bottles. the pastor away "on a well-earned the freedom spouse of intercourse, : by far-seeing; mayors and aldermen ,
I But it looks to if the vacation." It's Can thing to do of cities but did ,
' 7mk better i if. it had read: me as easy between m.n' and women In this day progressive ,
'j, T"llere are as good fish in thesea proposition was being l located about -besides that it tickles the pastor protecte them from unwarranted attacks you ever stop to consider that
I S as. ever were aught*' .That's all. a dozen years too late to be real and pleases the parishioners. by a jealous husband or wife throughout the rest of the country
prosperlous. '*" who sees in innocent acts1 of social any nut is permitted to lump, Into an
I Cocoa and Keko ; balloon' and
intercourse airplane, airship or fly
Ifi,i ,T.1e r. Re"lly Funny !/American As She Is Spoke To the waitress he said as he chaffed 'conftrm writ'\lon strong as in it wherever and however he pleases
W. T. Merchant holy that
In Bronson they are'
The Arcadia News tells of a woman '. lot flagrantly immoral.- 7 There is absolutely no restraint
fi I has evidently been ill "and >orelyrpreesed in that who ts'eimply hot." : his .
place "happened- to "My cocoa infernally upon him, he can endanger own
fia' *!9niee-D for .he publishes in) the the misfortune of tripping over some Said the gfrj; who was smart no- Hot weather Is hard on neck and the neck. of millions of
obstacleand body other
,,injuringh.reelf' : babies. people nothing happento
to Thy suffer the combinedmisery )!
I wish to the'peopleof
say and unusual-as 'it generally is the "If you get: your hair cut your koko'llbe Of heat, pain and stomach him, unless he shod happen to .GENUINEti"B's
t-t 'S Bronson- surrounding misfortune that happens to,thein- cooler! disorder. McGee's do-some damage after he. has return I
so'kind Baby Elixir
who helps
I'" country were dividual. That's. all. _ .*. I the little sufferer ed to earth. .
\ me while I was very-sick;- through the trying I
.* Oh. Illusive Illiteracy
I In other words the United State.
that their kindness will nev- period by correcting: the stomach and
{ The Danube River Someone in Orlando evidently has bowels. Price is the only civilized country 'In the '
be forgotten. Toward 860 and 60c. Sold hy
I, er Do recall that night in June not kept well-posted on the great .. -'
those who did not visit me you J. Z. Roberson.. ,' world ::whichhas Tiot enacted aerial
'i/ N when sick I- hold no remorse When we stood by the preacher winter and summer resort at Melbourne laws of any kind. Which, .after' all, s

f.' 4E of feeling. realize that my You, garbed in garments all atuneI. -because one large advertisement "- UP I IN THE AIRContinued is the most foolish-the federal gojernment : -
but a cheapcladCreature. tells in glowing.terme of the
and I don't or the towns .of Kissimmee,
time is short +
; I've often wondered what that magnificent offered at '
toward moon opportunities ( from Fare One) and Nutley '
ill feelings '
: want-any
: "
Which rattled both senses "Indian-Alantic By-the-Sea. ReallyI
i. for have all got our ,city fathers of Kissimmee leave DURHAM
\ anyone we didn't understand how
Could see-to at June-
during they
when -nothing to .
to face death a '
l Unless that until I noted that the .
alikel.nd was police !
expenses way
{ that day \" of be it from us to suggest that PLAYS WITH FAIRBANKSMary toiccoilnakes50'
chief made a haul of twenty.sevenbottles
earth will make all there Is anything' in town's
us one a name '
Not Over the famous & y
The of Halg
Top Haigextract Take the town of J. and I Pickford's little niece and
; size. for
i- Says the New -Smyrna Breeze: all sealed, signed and secreted. good cigarettes '
Any man who holds no remorse of The only word to use in Uh-huht we are not concerned with any ultimate namesake, now the adopted daughter I
f those wouldn't syllable des. of mother made her first official .
4 I __Hng. "who describing a man's nether *. now-parachute i Mary's IOc''' 'MI '
cent there"wt-cost If in .
. is "troU8e ." Which la The Cheaper you $30. you screen appearance DougIa.Fairbank'a
1 garment
golag Oh I don't know. I'm getting so Says the Plant City Courier: go into- the air over Nutley you've new production, "The
; got to there at least which the Casino to-. ;L
close pressed (not clothes pressed) The 'shine market is due stay until Nut .comes to I ti
c. ABOUT NOTHING IN GENERAL that 1 term all mine "B. V. D'II"- for a slump when the con- this you've in passed Nutley. We mention morrow. : :: -
----" passing, because we've never Despite the fact that the world's _
meaning "Bosom Very Dilapidated sumer realizes that the same ..

\ Recent- decisions by the juries fact I thank you. results may be obtained for --. ._ -,--- -- - -.-.... - -- - --.------_ .. .-..-.. --:.-.-. -..a--..
j Have demonstrated less cost joy imptoing ..., .. .. .-. -IV..... -FV. .. #. -.I..... .. .. ... .. .. .- .-::-
+ That it- is a far better plan Of Course It's Slower I ptomaine germs. 11 .,,'
t _. To secure a divorce with alimony Did you ever stop a. moment to Where c'n you get; Como of those '
"I Than to hire a bunch o' thugs consider how much nicer is the sound germs-and what do they cost? (' .
11.. To deliberately kill hubby- of the well-shod horse, a nice blooded I Qoeiin't the Courier know'that suggestions 1.
And then take a life vacation v
ihigh-steppef clanking< over a like this are about as useless
k I Inside a penitentiary. pavement than is the sound of the automobile -j to the great mass of people as INDiALANTK I
', I don't blame some women as it swallows gasoline and that extra "p" ptomaine? I
'"' Fer wishing to free their hubbies belches out the exhaustt You know ,

But it should be remembered the echoes of the equine are far Someone Slipped In Counting
r iThat courts are considerably cheaper ahead of the rattle of the roadster. Says the Ocala Banner:
Than the cemetery itinerary Sure they are. Over in Palm Beach county -
.And the aftermath is nicer. where the millionaires
5- I've kept close tabulation I'll Do My Part 'live, the Post is devoting one -THE-SEA
'J JteUpon the lives led Congressman! Albert Johnson, of hundred and sixty-of its pages -
': By some married pairs- Washington, has received a letter to the) printing of the de- .' ... ,' .'" ,
-:.. I was going to say "mates"But from- some dear neat woman In' Des linquent tax list. It makes ., ... '

'' they weren't mated .. Mcines, Iowa. makinir.this assertion: onewonder if it be true 'that.. : And Its Relations-to
4\ Any more than a hummingbrid "It would be- heaven to ki s"a man all III'! gold that glitters. '
., To any visible extent with a clean mouth." That's all And there I counted the pages of : d
'a. ,.". Could really adore a turtle- right, girlf/ I don't care if you've- that--Ust, as I have for years, and :..KtflHS .
t'..t.'f And some day I plan to write been eating onions smoking cigar. could make but twenty pages of it. I I yr
1' ,i..A. wonderful striking: scenario ets. Come to Florida-and I'll do my Something must have crawled into KISSiMMEEt:
'S.r''Fol' r motion-picture film part toward heavenizing the result. the counting machine of the Banner '
Entitled: M.rrled-but Marred. Amen. -and died there Yassum. I !

.ft ]t may be-the full plot 41)41)J .
Will never'get by the censors No ,Very, Great Inducement Might "Side-Swiped"' S ..
.n..But I'lL have the pleasure An advertisement of-* Tampa firm We neveT'stron sdown the beach "I' .( i '. _

,:'Of getting the pesky thing announces in"large type: "Uneeda Behind a charming'bathing peachIn 1 t" ', t ,, '{':.,..... ,\ ... .. ."....\ .; ..,...',1 It.
I. i r Off my very innocent system. biscuit and all other ten-cent packages .: suit of green or red, ., i. ,; , \ .. _t . , ,' "..'.1" ,,, ." "
J J.t .;
;, During my extended 'career ; 4 for 26c." Since when' did the I But that we Inwardly'.opine 'i "11.v"'k:';. 1 ;. ,- ( ''A \, ,f ," ,' :;
I-* t-have seen so many cases .. \ biscuit alluded to sell for ten'cents T'' There'ought to be somewarnlng sigh. |They' are: showing their faith in Indialantic' by, 1aviehingcit with bea"
the wife- I
Where the husband and "
" \ The announcement reminds of thegrocer Of dangerous curves ahead. -. ; .
'i"? Had_no' more in common at Taft. Severaldays ago I I. Tarpon Springs Leader. tiful and ,.endurableimprovement: A:millirin, =dollars is now.being; spent1! to.:; \ ', -:J;, t '

.t *'' Than a' sandfly and confident a tearose, topped there and asked the clerk if'. There should, of course Be some red make this one'of the most picturesque .spots on'the east coast There is|no :
That I feel' very he had any watermelons? 'He'glib1y' lightIf '
i S' : During their lovmaking seasonS replied: 'No, sir"but we have some, it could be attached just right portion of the sea coast of Florida from Jacksonville to Miami which is. nor -;; ,} r

(. The fool-killer was vacationizing mighty fine little cabbaKes! The With most precise precision; -' valuable today but that which is most valuable u.the_place where the most <; '
01' enjoying his beauty-nap; Tampa firm I. informed that uneeda This plan' woulsafety much enhance -. I'' "
;;s.Otherwise both the contestants biscdlt are selling in Kissimmee six energy is put forth to make it so. S

.. Would have been committed boxes. for two bits. Yet still there would remain thee ,
t To .cozy quarters in a crazy cottage, 414141 chanoe.Of "
, : 01 -for they certainly when wed An Energetic Newspaperman some head-on collision I '
. Tlust have been awfully nutty.. Never before have I placed an illustration * We Are Developing the Natural Advantages ,
Marriage is a partnership in this column. PossiblyI Slightly 'Behind The Times ? >
In which there's no silent partner. never will again. But I feel inclined The Florida Grower under date of s I.
But it is generally understood to say a good word for Stanley S. Saturday, July 23, has this to say: .
That-peace, and confidence Lichty (that's a fright of a name. Harry Piano, affable manager of Indialantic .
i I Are three In the wife isn't it T) who conducts the leading of the Kissimmee Citrus ', '
't' ,v Va>To which the husband' must.yield in Melbourne. is the best Growers Association is
*" paper ___ _ __ _.....__
7. Persist and unstintedly. on -L. ..
? ntly in that city;1W fact,it is the sMnding hlr vacation in'bla- ,
The a man's heart parr one. He is conducting a paper his old home In ,Chicago.tHe ,
? Lies, according.; to tradition there that is a booster _-and ne is .made' the trip by automobile We believed in it to the extent of building a permanent bridge costingseveral ..

'V Through his throat and- ,stomach. ; taking so great interest In'the matterof accompanied by his family.It hundred thousand'dollars across'the' Indian !River connecting it''itl* xC ".",. '' !
; "Feed the brute"And' the Melbourne-Saint Cloud-Kissim- might be here added that the :
be will smile contentedly: mee cross-state highway that be deserves "affable manager" returned from his Melbourne proper. We are demonstrating our faith in its future by' building'city -

tin Bat to a woman's heart to have a. good word said trip on Monday July 181 Still, .in streets, sidewalks and planting tropical palms and shrubbery. Indialaa--' "
v, i *Then are a.thousand ways about him while fee is still living: and order to take the curse off the Grow '.
and routes tic will have one of the prettiest golf courses in the' state and this added to
L .. *wOf; various natures running up grocery: bills 'n every- er.I'nf" saying-: that' a local paste '
i - "Through-which, to gain constancy thing. He is_the owner of.;the Timesand here ha.-been-.pendinC'thre.-montba ,. the $35,000 Beach Pavilion will snake'it a real_ _linta_.paradi..___ .. ." .. "
t' And I've been,thinking: the located In its own away on" his vacation-and I didn't I \ .- -------: --'- .

,- That there are countless, couples know he wasout of the city till the There are homes built and others now under construction in Indialantio, ., 4"
r AU livingmightily: unhappy; .- day prior to his return 1 j '
. > He'wt.hine.a1i. might-be caged 1 41 which would ,do credit to any city in' the sUtc. R
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r ( flWJth 'a bunch' Other Lines Better '
i,} '"Not.apeel.u, relatives his, i( Church organs are deploring the You are familiar with the growth of Miami Beach Palm Beach and 1 '

d ? And she strenuously hoping fact that there are more thanfifty. Daytona'Beach. Now watch the growth of Melbourne Beach or Indialantic c .
k That if he fell in the }lake five'thousand churches In the United
", They'd find> the body fUll of fish- States that are '.without pastors :.By-The-Sea. ,

.' i In which-.-vent ;, because the supply ls very limited
\ They could take out the fish- ,,.-.. and there '''Is wonderment expressed We are now selling Iota in blocks or singly at figures which, will enable .
.:. And'set-bim again! ;:::-,-. that; such .conditions'exist' Let's. .... I
'Ct .....t you to double your money within the year., Don't be one of those, individuals' '
1P It has been
f' ; wellproven The"average remember the average
"united" who in few will look back and tell friends "How cheap I could '
, ? To pull the wages of a minister are about a.. a yean your
y Through the murder process thousand dollars a year. That's easily have bought this property and see what it is worth 1oda,." Tak advant. '" i
, Ljnt half so satisfactory t.t. ftl'Ured-$83J1S a month; A capable .
J-. Ma a county court unscrambling. ;; --chauffeur gets $35' a week. The age of our easy terms and secure that "increased value" for yourself.. L'j'
,I : In:'these present'days negro* rear breakman. on* an east I, { :- }
The much-vaunted "unwritten law"Isn't =coast railway gets $175 a month,! Our office will be more than pleased to furnish you with any inform- '

actually and truly worth building. So far as the I east know that Issued Is and gets a day of rest after each I. bon and will for ," inspect the property if so desire. ie
The naper it Is written on'For the-only paper on coast two days of "work." A capable arrange you
s, ,- when the truth is known, from its own building, and I'm blacksmith or bricksmith has been
" Vie' It's not so awfully tone-sided.Vliat herewith publishing: art illustration of receiving eight dollars a day_$48 a I.
; I started to assert it. The upper floor is devoted to the week :11 he cared-to?tire himself out
t r 'War that if in the little episode use'of the various Masonic .lodges; byworking-forty-eight hours a week. -
,. Recently' filling all the front pages the lower floor is occupied"entirelyby A "fed ral expert Tn control; of ex-
Kaber "'late :of Cleveland the 'Times plant; and1'the ''cellar ''r'
I Mrs. pert who are looking after other r
"' r "Had'. sought the court is,, at, the" present crisis painfully: experts who are in ';charge of still SALES Y
? ,lltr_ place of courting-- the 'sortOCvcritters empty.: Mrj Lichty, is ray friend- more.experts gets about anything: fee lANJIC GqM''
... she's ,mixed with, and.1 am here tosay tha,he is f ran mar ask.. .I,cant figure It out And ; */ ***riTffv ,
;" She.could have very easily all-right-fellow; a:"bit natty,at;times soi it goes. And tho.erfellows.Adon'have t
-. r Checked Daniel F, Kaber""Present -:;-but /that Is one of'tb. perquisites to be caJledTtip before the Presbytery .Seles-Managers Salesmen '
;"r ; .A -but.''of no "' account: t>f the newspaper game. He runs a or the Srn; d,-or.the. Confer ) ; M "'D"O, ? < ,
a '; f ::J Instead .of:which she is now, clean paper -has. good'supports-arid':: ence. or whatever you may"call the ;**.VERNPN-P: HAVENS, 7 WHITE-
.. :'.. Dotting' herself all up ,tId ;, is looked upon-as Can asset to ;Mel- head push; because they fall to:make ,HENRY'CX'HART ETafpETTIBONEf : ; h .

-;' : '- ..solitude of her cell.cheaper'than ,. bourne.;' If-there, Is anyone, in'Melbourne ' the expected progress. '"Faith without - ... '0- '. r -;-.t, ,.., I ... ; ', ,
._ ..''- i eofAa4don't ; who cannot:: appreciate the work without ., '.1 t ? ,."" .' .v..r '
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" the house.'. I ROOd.that Editor LJchty Is doing for .. c .... j 1'
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I'' muss-up *Wett*,tbe3*;'shonld>ba a&-Immediate c s-mighty. 'unpleasant' 'to-' conRalsMy.TUea '- f t t : : ". .WITH tt. M..:. a': Ttco M AIIY.' '\., .; I
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': 'OU*.. ": THE trSSIMMEJE VALLEYCAZF.TTE., ?".''>'v'' 'JUIY29:' 1'21 ,
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: , f( BECAUSE. of the fact, many towns and cities, in Florida have Make "The Central" '
l .Published,, Every Friday ,
Kissimm Florida < [.decided>{ to abandon their'free auto camps will be the reason why those cities ,
:i/ By Kissimm** Valley Gazette Company, **,, 1"7'-i
{' i i ... W. B. Harris President .' . G.' Vans Ag ew, Secretary I I.r which shall constitute the plan of sustaining the.'gro nd. with: receive the more r '1
..r; -' W. L Tkoradyke, Editor visitor Then. too because were will -be found but a limited number of such 7\-' '.

t ;l TSubaedptloti, Ratcei; "camp it will be possible to enact certain restrictive rules regarding those who ;YOUR Store ....., '

"' 'OB* Copy, ODe Year-.._..:::...__:..._..._...:_____.__._.._.;.___._____.2.00 may camp'.there.. It would be wholly untrue to assert that each'of the 'tin. I Jgmm 4 musm mmumummm mumujmusm mumumumua mumumasjm) '
Oa.' Copy Six Months__-.* -:-- u. -__..__.._._______:;_.-_.---- l.oo .canners" has omrmiaity
,r One;, Copy Three Months___._ _:_..__::.________._____..____::____ ..GIrnt.rod always proved even a' temporary'asset to the ; but '' ,of this drugstore. That ', \
the aim of the is
s / 'it should also be boric in .mind that there may occasionally' be -found among That is management ,
i / at the Poalotftoe..t 8) l..lmm.., Florida -.. ..cond-clm. ''natter!') the is considered. We '
: the regular resident tho.e'whq take'more pleasure in pecking: th.n'in prais- ,what ha been in mind always when ." store' d' ;
', \ 'All eomnianlcatUin, except.'ierne fro i tor our'the'authorised wrUer. eorr. *'. Jio..t. be ing. Taking it 'Up one side and slipping down over* the other business men ; want it ''to be: the lore jrouTwiirfirst .think of- when the,idea .comes: ; ; '

a i! .," R.eetedmatter: .will not be returned.,c unltee oalled 'for have found the 'tourist camp a benefit and tfiose who occupied it proved of buying anything, carried in an institution of this ort,, We :want i ',, .

tore often to be, a temporary asset than otherwise. '
Foreign Adverttelnv R.preeeetetfve
THE AMERICAN: ASSOCIATION,, the occasional visitor to. feel just as much at home in Central J" ; j,
The matter of locating ground to be used for the need of .n'auto late
as if he or she came in several times a, day; and then. J on. the ; >;:
camp i ie Dow in the handskof the proper committees. The people seem to ap-
I occasional visitor will consider it is her or hi* place of satisfactory- '. ',
I 'prove of the project of a free camp; 'at the same time it it declared' .then r.
;. .. ,i must be ,*me ''restrictions governing those who occupy it. Reasonable) re-'. purchasing. See the idea? iSP

striotions will be offensive to none'except those', who desire: to become nuisances We carry all lines usually shown in store of this sort-and we '.
: ........ in one of several ways-and* those who shall persist in being objectionable '
\ .... ,. ; make specialty of filling, prescriptions! with such accuracy that, per ; ;
should quickly be run from the camp. Last season there were'those
who sought to set themselves up in some lines of business and work in, competition ', I fect satisaction! will follow each filling. .

., ,, with those regular citizens who paid taxes and occupation -taxes Make it your store. Commence today: -and have, that satisfied'r,

sTAFE PFZCSSPy Such things should' be strenuously opposed. There were be found a 1 feeling. "* ;
few a very' few, who! cared little] for sanitation. They were of that class. 1

-.... who .not recognizing sanitary methods in their own home presumed all oth- :
,, : ", .rsjvere built upon the same ignorant plan. Such People should! not be allowed -
k FRIDAY, JULY 29.J,qz1_' in the Central=Drug Store EVGOODMAN'S -
_.. __ _ __ 'U _, _ __ =-_ camp- .
i ' E Once the camp it established there must be rules made to keep free J
from contamination those who 'are really' intelligent men and women. These -, ., '.
t+' .. MOST justly is there'bitter opposition to the confirmation of one Henry; rules possibly, cannot be formulated upon a ]moment' notice and it would

Lincoln Johnson of Georgia<< a negro to the post of recorder of deeds"in i b&,necessary to add to or amend at frequent.interval.. Once made if thereis .... . . ...... ..... ...... . . ... . ....... . .. ....; i
the District of Columbia, and there promises to be a strenuous fight in the to be success attained in the free auto camp of Kissimmee the rules must ..l\

.. upper house of. congress when the effort shall be made to validate the appointment 'be rigidly enforced; else .the place will bcome repulsive in place of being s

,tat of Preiident Harding.: Indignation is expressed in no uncertain attractive-and the city will be a heavy loser. There will be thousands of GROCERY

a 'terms by the several hundred white women-, and girls and men who will tourists of the "tincan"class coming to Florida for the sake of living in .. ,

+ 1 serve under his jurisdiction and while there will be but few who will come the Open-and if they find the grounds of Kissimmee open t to them and con- -
L, : in contact with him except: in a perfunctory way there will still remain that ducted in an orderly manner, every business industry in the 'city will receivea NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

: a ;, feeding and knowledge that the appointee will have the right to frequent the share of the accruing benefits. Of course they will pass on to other spots 1
-but when they learn that have been made for them WE ARE MAKING A SPECIALTY EVERY DAY'OF VEGETABLESAND t
special previsions
various* offices in which .they are employed, and familiarize himself with no :> '
their every action. they will return: knowing" that the environments of Kissimmee are not to be FRUIT. ANXIOUS TO CARRY EVERYTHING IN SEASON I

j k1 ,1 That President Harcjinq should make such an appointment and thata excelled. '

:- Georgia negro should accept it. recalls too vividly the old days of reconstruction But let the grounds, be made in good condition before they arrive- ; | We Lave- taken hundreds of boxes of different varieties! of't't

-when horrors were manifold and injustice reigned on every hand. and .then keep it that w.y.BUSINESS. ', all of' it of a good quality-,-the only trouble being that the boxes '. ri(

,; The entire! country saw too 'mucff' of that condition. The wrongs of those were broken in tr.nsit-.nd we' have filled a box for a aA
damnable day. remain still in the. memory of the older citizens; the younger .

people have (learned, from their parents, and from history, and from vivid BECAUSE of the refusal of both wholesale and retail merchant i in BIG SATURDAY SPECIAL '

3 picturization of the cruelties andjoutrages performed.; Those days are: "now Florida to take advantage of water trae.portatie -wkore sack a .easy i ispossiblythe YOUR CHOICE OF ANY CAKE IN THE BOX (1
rl,, 1. but a dim.-memory-yet President t Harding a man brought up in a slate & : railway*' inaist*.pen folding their l high rate for freigkt. It FOR FIVE CENTS I .

+ :, where white-upre raacy has been sustained and where the negro has been ka been shown tkat water transportation will furnish service at bent ...- "
N well-cared for long he held to Jus accustomed place has fit. because It'* a Wonder Hew W* De It-The Profit b Your
so as -+,-, ,,- seen hill the charges made by rail-and the service i is very nearly as good; Dot
!7' I of- some political influence to name a negro as a recorder of. deeds actually a* rapid, hut nearly so. Yet there ,i* a general aversion to cutting
.. in a wonderful i important section of the country! out the service from the railway Several year ago the largest business SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY: tJ:.

The entire south has expressed toward President Harding its willingness house in West Palm Beach when asked to sign a contract'for freight deliveries 24 Pounds Pillsbury Flour _________-____?____._.j:_______$1.47 F"" .
magnificent 3 Cans Holly Peaches: regular 40c size______________ 1.00 '
'toward co-operation is making a whole of the state of the from Jacksonville at fifty percent of the railw.,'* charge replied: Large. .
ion. He has been received with kindliest feelings wherever he has BARGAINS FOR EVERY DAY
I 'u spent iTd ship by.rail even if your company offered me service at ten.percent .f
I;' aa >hour or j. .d.y. The press has been a unit in congratulating' both the what the railway charged."' That's wkaf ailing the west c..... U the merchants ,)

'. '. president and itself because' of implied promise that he would'do his best in every city available to water would sign with the beat companies OUR GOODS ALWAYS GOOD

v+ : to prove himself a just and gracious head of the nation. Existing adverse the reduction of rail rates would be ao rapid that it would sound like a man OUR SERVICE ALWAYS SERVESGoodman's

: opinion regarding the many {political issues hive been entombed tjiat only with a wooden leg falling down three flight of stair ; ,. i 44 Ii"'
'J the kindliest sentiment and feelings might be shown; and there was a general .

i: belief that the north, the east the lOu b''.. the west, would be catered THE DISGUSTING ,LOVE FOR SLAUGHTER Grocery 1
; t. !to ,and their,desires fulfilled equally .consistently.. .'
,: :. .. 'w,; President ,Harding: is not ignor.n( f the; !feeling which exists through-- I THE inordinate love among some people for taking tie life ef tome. animal .: r,"
,. ,". '." ,rii ,,\oat the entire, south regarding the negr& ,He knows tltatthe> friend of the or bird or:fisk'or reptile skew an intellect aot..! ,rh* "highest order-: '.' J. .. GOODMAN Proprietor .
,;'a".', '" ;"\ J rnegro l are in the south and that thougHJjnes: f segregation are 'strongly and the matter i* to be deplored. Only'a few day age a small ,whale drifted Broadway IHsriiumee: Broadway ; ,
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.. : d.N'to' the shore ef a bathing-beach in New Jersey. It wa a baby 'Whale f.
; drawn there remain the feeling shall l be
; 0. ever that'swhile! ,:jhe negro not I" " " " " " " 'O".ooO".O' .'o.
li that waa fcarmles*-and possibly enjoyed its fife a..el'as ether Irving
,abused he shall not attempt:. to cI.lm'any supremacy .over ,,or equality With.the '
t; ; white'race... ,And with such conditions the real,;.negro i* satisfied.: In.the thiag Bat-a group of men went eat'and shot H, towed it to shore, 'and .

parlance of their race they say they object .just :as strongly to a nigger when it became odorous' towed it back into deeper water. Mat good did. ,
1 : it de those men? Had use been made of it for some laudable purpose theatter
white man" as they do to "a white mans nigger;, and consider both of
.,' .. those classes unfit witfi which to associate. I would not have seemed *. bad. "KillI! Kill!" seems to be the main DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE r

; >:-0 If the appointment of Henry Lincoln Johnson was made for the pur- object ef some wke will take life thoughtlessly and .eeclleaal,. And H i ia .

y' pott of ,enlisting the aid of the negro vote at the next election it was .n this insane desire which I b bound to exterminate many species which are not ;

ti \1 error,;that will be.viewed. : in later y .rawith regret and sorrow-for it will, only .....Ie.* bat whida'do., mad good for humanity. NOW OPEN

r ;)i prove a' costly experiment to the dominant party. I The negroes as a body .
)?: will-not be inveigled by such an effort-for they will understand''it; and the CORNER EMMETT STREET AND ORLANDO AVENUE j
jh'' .;'I white. will'-resent to the finish the effort to elevate the negro to a position LOSING Id* temper when denying tke cktfg made by Mrs. Emma C. 4

. where he shall command deference from them. Berdoll.daat:she paid to him $5000 to aW in obtaining freedom for her soy SPLENDID FIREPROOF, BUILDING -
; 'W. t'reudenrHardiag's l lack of fu'dgment place* hun In line ToV'a blue ribbon Major B. R. Campbell,weakened to .'large exjteat what little confidence the
-or will it be a .black? people.... ua kirn. Tke fact romaine that immediately following die receipt J
<1 of the alleged ram the woman gave Urn tile major) commenced gambEag and
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IV"" -- .: \ lost considerable mere them the *.. the woman claim to kave,ghrei W-

[>< '. THEREFORE, if.a fOToraer shall .:.c... a .....,--..,. .. i* free iron for protection slier slacker *... In spite ef the angry .denials made by the NICE LINE OF OILS AND GASOLINE

1 :t(' nat, seems to be tk*_stand. Governor. SmaB, of DMol army effker tke public, ....", prejudiced against the woman Is forced t. '4

); . *-eMeech.tkcre: appear h.... .bee Bolkuif _*D abet kb pecolatfou. place their belief with Mr*. BergdelL cad whatever may- ke the resultant verdict Cafl and See Met 41 Will Appreciate Year Patronage _

Vs t .Wkat ke ka* bee* A img- and Kettuif' by with U.-.IUt- nak. tIN I then cam never again be tke ...time confidence' hi. Major B. R. CampbeQ.

femer (..... W lids atat feel nice a piker; 'and cioM km to 'grit his .pftn I DIXIE

:a,, I *..\..'.".* b>' akoer eevy.: I JESTING WITH LAW-A, JOKE ON JUSTICE HIGHWAY GARAGE H "i I 1

: EVERYBODY'S ENTERING THE LIBEL BUSINESS I PREMIUMS for crime committed fcy two young marines ef a "prominent JAMES C. PRENTTS, Proprietor I,''J.

family" aeem te be a fad of the cent at Petersburg, Virginia. One man .'
t" 'TIS funny now; who know' the reason why this i is now the open sear '.we arrested for highway robbery.: H. confessed crime. H. entered a a>I!

it t, eosl" for libel suit against the, papers alleged to have been cutting, capers? plea ef guOty. The jury wa oat lose tka tea minute* and returned a*verdict .
Oro. Itwas the style way back yon because*of fancied grievance done tome law- .f "not guilty." S. "prominent" war tke "family" tkat the name of the '.

r .yard place, the damaged bunk at just about ten thousand plunk I But fiftythousand culprit wa religiously. suppressed in. aD dispatckes. They are great stickler I;

.) t"; in,this state now brands the plaintiff some cheap skate-and when the for law in ,Virginia-giving a man ninety days on, the ckaingang for stealing Your t''
,, ;ft.. ', case' get loud with rumor hundred thousand of becomes pointthat''not a 12c can ef pea Of coarse tke ....-...alef .wa not eta "prominent I... Battery. NeedsRecharging : ,
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.- 0Certaialy Stigau'.lIo.t was rightly named "Modesty" if the court
n ;Y J' ; surprising-and give a I lot of. advertising. Lew B, Brown of Saint of-Virginia are te be styled "just." 4.
_s: Pete town has had an awful calling down.because he said tome things about eWOULDN'T ,
t a.sheriff ,who had been kicked out and afterward received( his pay a* if he'd IT BE A GOOD JOKE 4. 4!
t r+ ,' worked each by-heck day.. And so (hey plan to make Lew ope Ids vault Outside the car at least once a month to keep it healthy. 'Don't r'>
and .from. it pull the dope;, a fifty. thousand dollar will save Br'er SUPPOSE that man Fetch, "....' ,pilgrim who wa acquitted by neglect it Our battery service department is the beat- in the
<'Brown from sore disaster. And there'* the"Tampa Tribune, too; because its a "jury:of kb peers" in Tampa, skoeJd. return te Hilbberoagh county end, city. Bring your battery in today for testing and charging. ,
gave the'poiny} of:view regarding vile deeds of a case that crazedthe people .b cakoet with that jury,commence .. file fifty-tkoasaad-dellar suit against Service battery furnished at small cost to use while your i is J
'of 'that place; and cussed the lawyer .. deserved i is notified it ha been served afl the papers .in the state that condemned Urn and the whale. 'eab.oU..f' { off the car. Testing FREE. <' .;
1, c with paperi>y"'a man who hollers for,just j one hundred thousand dollar 1 kb associate? Just rappees tkat. Wouldn't a pudding for some W.also do Vulcanizing-and guarantee .satisfaction.. .: ,
And imultaneoui'with. 'The Colonel" there come II .suit against the Journal mother.kubbard attorney t.'secure notoriety? .Then tee, it would be br'direct
'for:.urging that Daytonacleaa herself from all men. vile and mean: the price accord with some of tie proceeding which: have keen commenced
;{. act right there and tL;: hundred thousand iron men! .A lawyer with against reputable pubEcatioast \ McNeill Storage Battery Co. 1

'.,. .,*,' A'quiet mien dish'kee'to' -take'a-case. : unclean and few the,.,'are, oh I ..
... i praise, the lord wholl fillwith vitriol their gourd! tad fight the right with *
,. ; HAVE ,GOVERNMENT EXCLUSIVELY Agents for Universal BatteriesDakk -,'' ,,. f
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thrifty -then split the, fines fifty-fifty! 'There' ; Y
venom sometimes found .. i *
i t ATOM*. tint DMr.H, 'Hotel j
Jf' tjjtjsrjri. 'danc1"tbe:luck. onie third-rate mats. ome bootleg duck' who"II draw NOW tkere "fa"to ke made as'effect te have tko. federal government pot .. ,:; : .! ,. --.j. ; < :
: m ; .K5word froa "oaf the hilt,' end hustle 'up the thing; full tilt, because: he a stew, t* bargain days" ..ia'aD pertfesm ef ...' country- ..........prepaguada ? ; ::1Gm
. bathe might tobroaden.' ;'tead of quell..a fight Rut: in this free-: pertaisuag. te peaaot profit will be started eat to ceegesttke the mtpg MJ :' '''' : " ,

-1 ** II81aDd' tkenTf. one thing can't understand; rand that. U'why'sonM: tkere will .. no mere.oppertuaitiee to boY,a Uaokat fens Uft. Oat .bwertk
'I': stmt if the truth coma out in,priat and make'era, aquirm. in any faBy $Z. Please,' Mister Cesigresa. caD"a f.....; Uses. kb'... witkeotc >>
i 'surely wiU be'h.lltopayl' ' ....... / 1 \. 'TE.i"'WANTJ\\ ARE WINNERS
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: pay. Re- Stanley Bullock, who has been for BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED I

' ,, dis some months a severe sufferer from FROM OVER THE STATE
-- 4I ITEMS OF A IS-tfc inflammatory rheumatism I I. "gradually -
recovering and expects in a Under the new- charter Miami will\
accompa ,few week. to be able to get about have five administrative departmentsLaw Here Are' Winning i : Bargains . ,

)(r., and Mrs.. ,1.-T:-tsar .' 'Kis- without ctutehe..He with 1111 .wite Service Welfare, Safety Fi .
KidRimmee, were at Lake View end babe, are at the Bullock homeon nance. The directors of these departments
;Friday.-Lake Wale. to Clyde avenue-but expect to soon with the exception of the
Urs. Herbert L. Lyman, of will gone vis" return to their Miami home.H. first are to be named by the city THESE: ARE WELL-WORTH YOUR CONSIDERATION_ '' 1I
Haven .was in Kiasimmee on children A. Jones, said to be an expertin manager when that official is chosen '
day-guest of Miss Wattle' point. outside' telephone work, is expected by the commission board within I Whole Wheat. flours/per poii .._._.______..______....__:: .._.:.. ,'

1 Harris. & of from to Glenville.arrive during Georgia the coming AI soon. week ashe the next 27 and days.control Subject of to the the city supervision -I I Best Table Peaches, large sae----------___-_...__,__--..._J5e' r
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. of
,fialnt Cloud were visitors' : in shall have inspected the system itfs manager in all matters, the directorof I Baker's Canned (Coconut, in milk___.; __..::...._.._:.__..__:..l8c.; ,
believed by Miss Thomason, who each shall the
: department manage'
.nee is. cashier on Tuesday.of the Peoples'Mr. } her aunt, is in charge of the company, that the department in his care. If the city) J I Cut BeeU.three-pound can ____...:____ :ZOO,
various ils] to which the subscribershave thinks best he consolidate -
can '
Saint Cloud. to be sometime been subjected will manager any two departments under one 1 I Pure Bulk Coffee per; pound,_.________________r_..;..__ --.-.ZSc

Wenner Mrs. M.and C. Miss Dupont H., Miss K. S bargain premis entirely disappear. director, and can promulgate. such Tall''Salmon per can _.________-T::_-----+--..!--,..; .
Frank Anderson rules- and regulations a* ne deems ,
Kay a most,entertaining '
fi.__ pent Sunday at Clearwater Limit I writer and clever newspaperman /wise for the management of the business Oo. .
where they registered at Roux in the various o ,
32-tfl with headquarters in Tampa departments,
They made the trig, by the was in tCisaimmee on Wednesday -4- SPECIALTIES f. '
LOST- One tan grip between of Orlan I upon matters of business. Mr. An- The sheriff of Duval county, indicted -
}>*urne and Kiasimmee. Tuesday derson is helping. make the Florida by the grand being inthe GARDNER'S .CAKES AND WHITE LABEL'COFFEE' ;
the coat bear my name.' pro- Grower a great power, and as be always grafting game along with the pres . . .. "
return. J. B. MeAvoy, care wears a 1922 model smile built ident of the board of directors of the I V.r8. ***" "" .
Supply Company, Tampa. : left KIs on exquisite curves And has a hand-I Guaranty Bank and Trust Company Phoa orders 170 'deliver Inside .Bsaits ,"f i ,
and a keeper your ; we city
garage says
William D. Seel, who now some chassis, he I. making a success.Notwithetandtng. .
in Saint Cloud but who has a Calityr 'theriT welcome an investigation."! Every '
., signs
) thing in the graft to be '
greve in the Peghorn section as to placed at two locations where the sort of a game business.It seems. R.S.: : FLOYD.
Kissimmee "welcome !, :
on Wednesday they; old path used to cross the lot being : .

friend . arranged for a public playground is now stated with definiteness ::, . .' ''- -
New Florida syrup, made in af forbidding the crossing of the place that the Tamiami .Trail-will-not-open. "
$1.15 per'gallon can. It I I. fine. family there are a number of women who this year-It being declared: a physieial '
it. Waters A Carson Grocery etc. We reach the signs, read them and then Impossibility to complete the -
paay.- & Car- deliberally. wend their way across the I road even so far as to make it roughly. ... .
Arrangements are being .. area. Such infringements upon the The cross-state road from Mel-
Manager Eades, of the Casino very part of adults are noticed by children bourne to Kissimmee can be completed '
instituting a series of Ttonegan, -who are prone to follow the ex- before the opening of the coming REAL ;
.. Fairs" at the Casino. There favorable ample set by their el el'll. None but season -if the time-warrants shall be .
.,.: eight of the events-one each The very old.women should* be allowed' to'disposed of'-- thus giving pleasing; Consider the tumbleweed_ind the oak. _- ,
and the project promise to in Be... break the rule. publicity to this section of the coun-' For a season the tumbleweed grows .. :-9oarWi& '" '

winner. try.. II in spring and summer."' Then come the fall and the'early' gales1
.f"r: ,ar ;' Voluntary petition, adjudication of winter. What of,the tumbleweed,Hither and yon it flies '
first night of ALLEGED THIEF CAUGHT and order of reference have been across the prairies, the sport of every vagrant breeze. No

i.t '.-". connec- Sheriff L. R.-Farmer; returned on filed with the clerk of the United wind is too light to stir it. no obstruction too small to halt it.
States court in Tampa, in the mat-
collector Friday from Fort Pierce bringing ter of William Jud Henry cattleman But does the oak eo swirling around; a moving part'of the 'w
t..I WE W61 ism Milton, char with stealIng formerly of Joshua Creek but now of autumnal landscape?, Not that any one has noticed. The' ,i'

t a grip from railway Fort Myers in.. bankrupt Schedule oak stays put., It roots,deep ia the toiL, It is a member of a :
1. and cour- station\, \,.the grip being the prop- "A" lists Mr. Hendry liabilities at colony of oaks that have grown up together that have weath ,
"SELL IT FOR'tESS'' is erty of J. u. Phillips. Mr. Phillip $92,662.66, and schedule "B" l lists his 5 -
ered the. winds of winter togtther. ,
left the grip at the staUoniwhilehe"transacted : 5
your asset at $26,911, of which real estate -
f'We Grocery business necessary be- 1* $18300. Property exemptionof The tumbleweed serves a purpose! U it calls: attention,to
r Do Net Meet CempeSti .. fore'leaving the city', and papers and $8,000 i I. claimed. There are listed the permanence: of the oak and if it drives home the fact '

b' "" : ',.".1 : have account valued at several thousand secured claim of ,56897.40, unsecured that the practJce'of rooting deep into the,soil baa its virtues.
... ::1"4 ,. -V-WE'MAKE'n..;;.. . occupy a dollars several were contained in it-beside* claim of 24467.53. and accommodation In these times there seem'to be a great many men of the. '
.. negotiable bonds. '
11II . . I' at paper in the amount of .
Lyn- tumbleweed variety being swept hither and thither.Thereare : .
Milton ,
son of Rev. and Mr* E.-A. \ ..
who v
; < is Milton had been hanging. about the so many tumbleweeds currying about that the oaks mat

inspected pleased station considerably-and-after doinga Oil! and gas have beenstruck' .In be overlooked. Start tar count them though and there are
bit of sleuthing Mr. Phillip, believed two well-drilling Operations on the who struck their Into
plenty of oaks--,men h aye_ ,roots:::deep. .
he was justified in calling for farm'of S. S. Stephensonabout fivemiles their home soiL " i.r cOne
county his arrest at Fort Pierce which
Taylor's to north of BnshnelL Stephensonwas
Mon of the present day problems Is whether It'is worth .
on place he had very recently gone. Thearresting drilling. for water with which to '
Among officers found the grin and, irrigate his truck farm, when the while to attempt the task of too-easing the number:jof oaks,,,
that ses the contents in possession of Milton drill brought up oil sand, it i* claim and decreasing the number of tumbleweeds. The first thing1ta ,
will. -be It tat.ed.-ancLSheriffFarmer-ed.- -The--work- -waspressed. andt-a, be-not1ced-about-the oak,is,of slow growth Ii- f
of to bring him back to this city. of oil struck. AI MO.tIlmultantou.Jy '
pocket was is it
"The whole thing caused a great a almilar're.ult was does not spring up in a day The next "thing that .establishes -',
Friday- Vista deal of and said Itself by taking root. 'f .
worry' annoyance, obtained in a second well on the same
on Mr. Phillips, "and I do not feel inclined farm. Both wells, the driller. stated Community building is oakIng. Raising colonies of,, f}
guest of to let the matter dron.\. There have been sending up gas. The tumbleweeds will not do the trick. ?' >' .
i : It ts which papers tn the grip' tile loss of strike baa caused much excitement. Before men begin to root:> deeply;m aicommunrtyithey:: .
.w become wouldvhave-made several rann it,That community must .
he. will doU.nd1.tcr did OP
T Specials not take steps to have the thief un- be more than a chance fence corner into which they have been

of Ished I'd .doin& my duty. Mil- There'will be a meeting, of the i whirled. Too many communities are simply stopping places: ,
Sanborn ton is old know better stockholders of the Kissimmee for the people:that live 1n..thaD..!.In.drlving' home: ,the fact
10 lbs Blue Rote Rice_____$ Halt and I shall not drop the prosecution Wholesale' Grocery Company at the'parlorS that community building brought about by a real community
under circumstance There 1 il --'of the Hotel Gray stone xm
\ 20c the any Community
the day,
is work
10 Ibs Granulated Sugar___ Grocery need of winking at crime.: There the afternoon of Monday August 8, life a constructive ) present '
.. 1.i a punishment for theft-and the 1921! at two o'clock, for anal organization Service movementhas perbmecl' distinct service. Community 1-.

I4 10 Ibs Fancy Honduras Rice what Is punishment 1* meant fully a* much and other important matter .. b"fMtr>*T meant mm. 'oaks.: : A lack, of. it, ar *"* more
.. For a warning for other a* for the which will come before the said meet- ty_L' 1 -. .r" '* "
12 Ib Best S. R. Flour_ and Y'h
_ criminal himself." ing.' A full i* urged.L. .; c
Milton U now out on bond. R. SQUID, Secretary.
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; 5 lbs Taylor's Pure Coffee *_three ----- 83-2tc ,
: bra for i I.
!Vl Ib Premier Tuny Fun, ___ freight HAPPY SURPRISE CHECK; '" 'd
senate'committee ho
1'a-rben: ; A ha d.'
I fci White Sack Short Cap Mot Cfnb members "'"'--- -- I in th ..
OP lig a post mortem war,..poll
the MelbourneSaint
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Work to begin soon on -
A. V. have been mourning the disappearance The members' of the Order of the ties and activities of the navy.' The ,,
No. 5 Alaga Syrup_______ to of the check for $61.50 Clond-Klssimme high.way. Eastern Star, Kiasimmee Chapter controversy between former ecr-" '
I of Mrs. which was, derived from a benefit at Arrangements have been mad41for end member of Orange Bloesom I of the and Admiral
Glass Pure Apple Jelly_____ embraces the Casinol lattt winter and which financing the job and the road i* Lodge of Kissimmee enjoyed a mostdelightful tary Sims caused navy-Daniel it. .
the time the to be built in record time, the enthus-
of the disappeared at same basket picnic and flsh-fry .
No:, 2 Tomatoes _________ ; promotor of the entertainment, Del- iastic folks of Kissimmee predict. on the chore of Alligator Lake amination.After month of witnesses by boat. ion, made a getaway. In fact, the South Florida is going to be the Mlotorists Thursday afternoon. There were at sort of thing,the committee has mad '
lose had been "written In red" Paradise in good' earnest. '
of the upon least one hundred and fifty participant two reports. The' three republicans
: the: books of the organization. Consequently Miami Metropolis.STEAM and everyone present declared
called holdSims' charge ,againstDaaiele'
.. the receipt by Mrs. A. T. that never before had there been .
. SPECIAL PRESSURE COOKERS proved; in short, the navy wa .,total :
Morrison of check from
yesterday a e.ten'.ue good fish-or so much. '
wire loss during the al
war. ,
8!i ---cOo of an-a Mrs. David Delson for the full Those who -be interested in Barnyard geT was entered into by The two democrat 'hold- '',SlmV-; '-'C'
amount of the reckoned los came asa may those who did not care to bathe,
With $5.00 grocery order ( on Fri the Denver steam pressure cooker charge unproved and say.thatthe.
the memberanpecl.n
of pleasant surprise to that were recently: demonstrated: at while the committee were ba.y'pre- na""" '* record in ,the war wa the!; Ii
't' feed) you may buy any piece I held on those of the civic depart- the Goodman Grocery can secure a paring the fish and coffee for supper moat glorious page in American lib'f,
ment. The check sent frumhical'O '
wa and_when the rang gatheredaround '
uminum in stock for 69c. I ; complete'demonstration by calling tery.
table decorated
the which was
.''' I Miss Albina Smith home demonstration ,There have' been doaenaot.aCh",
.. his with that would
With $10.00 grocery' order ( 'SUCH I agent, and order will everything post mortem since the 'war; They "
be filled by Miss Maud Thompson 8 demanding appetite., lave cost the country a.lot of money1' '- feed) you nay buy any piece realty Ed lawyer] Orlando avenue. 83-lte ha.,. 'mated many pout of irritation
Bryan a Tampa The Gazette
classified column of
point- The -
: .rt 39c. Aluminum wort).' from $ : is in at- ha. cued the Tampa Tribune for I give splendid service for mall that have affected rwson. ,

$5.00. ticket .at ilOO.OOO damages declaration' of TYPHOID DECREASING. matters. No doubt you have>aom*> traction, moral. adversely.
to Briar accomplished
them has
your ,,
the of the Cult had been .
, been en- .grounds restiinrc th decrease thing to11 that someone else want No.lost
chinawsre. It is lnt not* ,bit' of good because that
the' made the
when carrying
::110 '',. at : but it S understood "'In, typhoid, fever in Florida Subscribe,for The Valley,GueUe. hat all been partisan'a* they.were
new was sent,
The death from typhoid fever in Abound toTampa Tribuae--
thatthe. lawyer feels damaged because ''fta1>.erfb. rr sli. Water Oasette.DRINK ?"
a most of the publicity given the suit 1920 how: a decrease of twenty per : el
'Friday] cent'over the I year 1919; the death .Special price: for quick- sales
In which he defended one of.the dirtieR ,
a team- from' typhoid fever in 1919 - \ bundle, of;old ,newspapers ;.always, .
i' SYSlrM 'I criminal that a Jury ever'- set dawn ''l'tSU-LADr''PAJUt, 101'' ,
t0-flU .decrease of thirty-two percent J
IHnIYWR ; T* V The Tribune frankly aid whatit ,* MINERAL I WkXE$ a.Uiag'tfifteen',e.ntsw: Dow'coiling ,
wa* a knew about 'the 'ease sand only: another over the''previous'thl-iste years-is'aser-' While- ,?' .- :. at,ten eenUjbeeaua*.of lack of< roo aa"? 2 Iii'

''' --' ': .,greater attend 'Jury' like the one 'that typhoid|o\t* problem fever fa H 1* gratifying to ;not ,xr 100 :Jfn 'Gallon. at'.We11' .,. to ;eiorTthem.:: : It' wUlxpyr..ry;; :; ,' "T
'STOaJs.i': afr Bryan'client would bring :* t .
..4 "fcUSSlMMEE' - : >4' th* pro-' verdict,for'that hundred thouaaiuL-- Ui* jaaxked" deer**** in, the' 'last twO' Miiwat- Ti'Kissfnun 8afat. ioosewife"to gtx a ...pp.-daM,new. -...
'"T- ' [ between **
l -- : onstrator. .ICanx-are.eontenipUtiAg. den Miami MetropoUa.. '. **** l. -* : .. ,_ .... Cloud, whDet1I.,'; ar*;;on)bled; Valteri "..Geei' .s

of the . Subscribe Ga tt.. i .srl t. tM. VaDq aaa.u. .Mtte'oftIcea- .1 i u- -:
'the ,purchase One appliance* '! ''for .The Vajley *- '-- ',, . X'T
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r'III: THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.: .:I RID AT., 'JULY '29 '1921 ." 1!:' r

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((0" l TICK ERADICATION |,,. JORNKRAK: :: .SCHOOL \ Persia.I .. '
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it To amount$1088,4" ':To am..unt.d. .11tO,441.38Amount The' urcl is''probably an Eastern
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Amount coll..te" t.7T .lBilalioe collected .34.H64.8I1i
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,> E I :plant .
: Legal
/ to be n..It..tllda ..U4.SUI Balance in be foll.kted.-_.l ,m.60, The walnut and peach came from RejiaPastefor
- ." i 'S": E .E"' I 'To amount afie*.a..d .. -- .U.4S.. 3 "".amount .......... -._.:_.. -.' H'.04 Persia.,. ,
{ Amount coUrctfil( $.*,.14 Amount collected ____._J u,._._ 1U.U' The horse-chestnut is'a .native of '
1 sI'ATEME16Tlade 7hlbet..a
nil In tic* to .1>" collected_____.S2.1t7.CS Balance to be collected_.._.._.1178.1*.t< '' The cucumber came from the :East Sore Throat 4
.t A. IX 121. 2 ?
( unde" section IS, Ch"Pt."IUii. APr1t'1. .
k 1 Lriiwn of FIurlda..howlnrr the amountof OVHRST8EET: To amount .......ed -_.-.1111.08 Indies. .. '
!*>.. charged; : to the; Tax Collectorof Clerk Circuit Court' <>.ceol Amount collected 2,l.3flBalance .The radish is a'native China arid
F WILLSON&AULTMAN O.o.olm County, Florida to b. coll County.. Flurlda'r '
Japan. Croup
mff l.- STATBMK.Vr II
and the the .. SUB SCHOOL DISTRICT; No.
apportionment .m. l
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To amount .d .:888674 .
the several funds for which rope.?
a v bon, levied..' taxe.kavq 1..w.Made of. undor Florida Suction howlntr'SI.[Chapter the amountof "88ltd Amount ,collected ..,.. 412.87 The tomato (love apple) iaf Ask ;
Your Druggist
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'a.... charged to the Tax Collector Balance/ 4to be collected. : .-.1441. T South American origin, and, before
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.A..rf. ra< ( ( tr Kaada, of County. Florida..' to be e...I.h ll l- HOB SCHOOL Di8TRtC1r No. II intensive cultivation, 'was used as a .
\.TMk.T I, A.' !>.' 1KM. l ,rt... for the. .current A. U. 1920. To amouat aaaeaaed .,_.<,_...115.31. Thefruit was'consider- .
-- and the apportionment of tan *am. to Amount collected "u.--._.i 111.61 houseplant '
GENERAL, I the' "vl'r.1 fund for which/ ta.... have I ed poisonous. .-, '
t 1 To ambunt aia...."d ________$16..718Amount been levied. Balance to be collected____,,___} 18." .
r+ . before _____ ___ .. .. :. SUN SCHOOL. DISTRICT No. 6 ., . _ _ . .AAA".A.A .. ........
_ : collected .0' .416. 4 .
.. ..... - - - - - _ _ w,
. .. _
.. .
.t .1 ( F. da. To amount u.'eed-.-...7.114 O..O.O.O.O.O..t. . .O. . .. .....' 9
/{ Balance to !><. collected______tlO.6i5.6S. N..rbC.. !: .!,. N., lire.IIINBRAL Amount collected .-_____ 11.7 Mt ... s.

:\ Buy a Home or' a Farm | ITo( amount COUNTY tui......d'.IUMI___.___.MA.1IS.X4)) ( I Balance. 'to be collected____-,___-!' 41.07APF'rAL

wk'J Amount collected n__.______ 2s,08e,9eBalance ( To Amount amount collected' ea.P..ed$25,071.18__-_ n____ 16.491.82 ,' Amount. ROAn aeaeeaed$12,348.03 DISTRICT No.1'To BIRD BOARD
t They, 'will probably save you ...
to b. eoIIPet.A.117,01/67 Amount collected ..,
Balance! to be collected..t 9.677.44COUNTY .., ,

a:, I money._ t To amount FINK AND"" .....KORKEITUHH..d __ _,_.'____K,.H.23 Ta amount ...eaii..d_KI1AU________t40.1lt.K6 I I Balance ROAD be collected DIATRICT_ .1 No 2,006.12\2 CREAM WHITE FINISH '
Amount 3.897.11Balanee
collected -- --r' --- __. _______ .
Amount collected 81,739.27I9alanee To amount aaacaaei) -126,275\ 1 <
: f/ to b.. eo1l.ct.d. _..__ .$12.117.! ___ Amount collected 18,443.73 :
They Sell All Kinds.'of; | SI'ECMU PUBMCITTTo to be collected- I15.J24.6S .
amount ntopnaed ___ ___,.$2J07.1 FINE AND FORFEITURE Balance to be collected----- 7.831811 Ya
__ ___ .
__ .
Amount collected ___________ 1,116.67Balane. To araoant aiaeoced .16,014.2.1Amount SPECIAL ROAD PISTIUf"1. N" 3 ,.
collected ___,__.____..4.01l..till To amount a..Peeed-__ .15.3W.6"! !
___.. __ ___
.. Realty to GENERAL hn
I Tom.ont mealed !________061,11.EE 8PBCIAL. .PUBLICITY Balance to be collPcled--82.938,20
___ .___ 1
__________ To amount lumenm-d $2,507.18.Amouat TICK ERADICATIONTo
.. .ooo.o. tto.ot..oooo Amount aollectrdBalance 29,199,2' -
4 collected _n__.___ __ 1.148.34, amount aaanaaed .___ :.. .11t.02R !
.r. -
i ... .. .. .o..oo.oo..oo.. to be ,01l..t..dUIl.871.07! Balance to 3).> collected_--.:l.-t $67.112 Amount collected ____.___.__ H.843.98

Cli To SUB amount.SCHOOL aiii.>aed DISTRICT_._._. __No n. 8104 1! GENERAL SCHOOLTo Balance to be collected______$3.184.48, i'
________ amount aasemrd $50,161.33Amount FAIR FUND
Amount collected: u J26S05 collected __..______ 01,718.61Balance To amount asaeaaed __ __.____15.01423 rt. i aM t
_ > : V T VULCANIZING Baann| to he collected_. --____$525.99 to be collected_____ Amount. collected '____ _____ __ 3..22.01nal.n.
i tlt.741.72 6
MI To amount annpimed _1-312 OR'Amount to be "oll..t..d$1.1I1I2 t
{ ': ; collected .__:::::::::_ 178.22 To Amount amount collected nRHNttd.__ ---_-_-__--_.__-__189904 664 4"i iBalnice NOTICE / .

I 4 u. anr* to h.. eonectcd$141.83
I I RUB SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 8 to !be coll..t..d.2 2.64 Notice ,la hereby riven that 1 will }
.. !,To amount aaseiiaed _____._.nUI4,7.01"1.1.4 RUB SCHOOL P1STR1CT.. ___ No.. ITo apply to .the Honorable T. I.. Comer
< __ Amouat-aaKeaiiod -p 311205 County JudMrc. of Oaceola county Florida -
Amount < 411.11D.lIIn. /\
--- -u. _______ .
i TIRES 1KD TUBES REPAIRED Amount collected nu 260.Balance on August 20 1921. at hla office
.... 10 be .01l..t..d.h.U2.711 In the Court Hoagie at Klaalmmee.
PUB SCHOOL niSTRlCT No to be co11ec1Pd-------t 61MUJ3 ." Florida, for an order authorising the
ti TREADING ,To amount a*.e...d __ __ ._$1 1I31coll."ted SCHOOL:; DISTRICT NO. 3 unto of the Interent of C. U Hyatt.
n __________
Amount ____ _.'... .__ 96.15 To: amount a..d 1864.74 Jr., and Mendell Jackaon. *
Amoant collected ______u_____ 420.12 nora. In and to the Soutn n'lt""a"lm of

I I I Balance HVH SCHOOL to be colleeted50.22 DISTRICT No. II Balnnce to be collected_____.__1444.62 Lot dition Fh'to., Block KlaRlmmee, One,of Florida.Roblnaon'a'ad "
FlRESIONt PUBES ISND TIRES jT amount aa"e."ed _________.__117118 SITU WHOOI., DISTRICT No A RACE F. HYATT.OultTdl.n .
_____ ___
|mount collected ____ *.-;______ 11.OO To amount uaneeKHd____ i __111517 of C. 1. Hyatt. Jr.' this YourselfIF
Amount collected unn 86.35 ana Mendel Jackson Hyatt. Make A Room Like

S SWIMMING BELTS '''Balance' to.. be ROAD collected niBTRIOT_ __ __No._ I 6S6TOOf' 1 Balance. to !b,' ..""....".d.-0 60.0 82-4t- -- -

amount aaseaaed ______ .34 SI03eoll."t..4 !SUB SCHOOL: DISTRICT No. 6
I Amount _______ __u 7.SH7.S7 To Amount amount collected as.reaed------------____ _._______ 117.K 11.7Balance Immigrants That Prosper Here you f k=we a room that needs decorating : -

LE.ALFORD Balance to. ROAD b. colleeted-----DIHTRICT S4.960 No 2 6HPKOIAL. I, to he collected. __ _T-NJ.-6.12 The quince came-from- Crete. *. ceiling to be repaired, or a new ,.

{ 1ft'' BROADWAY To amount assessed __.___ ._.J26.276 81'RCIALi ROAD { 1 Peas are of Egyptian origin.
7 1 Amount collected _______ n 1C,950.60 To emount collected aa"enBed___--_______$12.348.o3Amount R.445.0Balance ( The! chestnut' came from Italy. room to be made out of unused space, .
--nu *
i { B lnn<-.. to he collected . 9.3J The onion originated in Egypt. \
r | 11.11 make effects yourself
( SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICT No 8 tobe SRPP"IAL The nettle is a native of Europe. you can stunning ; ,,
.' U you have room to rent. a small I To amount Keaeaaed ____ __ ,3221111 ROAD DISTRICT No. 2 Tne citron l is a native of Greece. )
. . .
in ____ _ __ To amount aaaeened .126,27561 Bird's Board Cream ,
advrtlsemtnt; our classified eol- Amount collected -u 2.33367 .Amount collected _____Un_ 17,68295/ Oats originated in North Africa. by using Neponset .
.BWS will fill thmi. 48tf. Balance to be. oll..t..dh"" f 2.IIR'12 The poppy originated in the East.
both sides.
E" : Balance to be colleeted------ 1.642.66x'SPKCIAI. Rye came, originally, from Siberia. White, moisture-proof on
---- ---- ,
.. .. . .. .OO..O..OO. To amount aeaeaeed ____ ___.15,822.69 Parsley was first known in Sardi '-
? Amount collected ___u-- ',.!10.30 nia. Fakes paint wonderfully well in case you wuh to :"

r Balance to be. collected :!::-'Zl6 2..39 The pear and-apple-are from Eu- paint it; but it Deed no painting or other decora-

:TAXPAYERS To amount TICK aeaeaned ERADICATION.-______.:.110.028.46-_ rope.Spinich was first cultivated in Ar- tea because of its beautiful) tippled creamy white -f r'flnnil. -j jj if j
Amount collected _____u___ 6.17.35 ;
abia.The M' i
Balance to be collected----- 3.811.13 sunflower was brought fronp',
FAIR FUND.: Peru. Think how many places! there are in your home .
To tmoudt aaaeeavd 23Amount I
.I ,.,' 'A"'two-cour: e Penetration i 'Pavement. costing one-half the collected ---,:=::::= 4,09888 mulberry-tree originated_ __in where Bird Nepon&et Board can be used to ad'' T,

:: rs : cOlt >of. a grouted, : brick pavement will sustain heavy traffic: Balance. May to be 1. D. 1,21. $1,915.55.Dated M. V. BOYER L. B. ROBERTS vantage. Then come in and let us tell you how ... \.).,

44 It: \- that will L destroy a grouted brick>> : Pavement laid on a sand Clerk j. L Circuit* OVKRSTRB Court.JjT.:Oaceola little it costs.: t ,

r', -- foundation. County Florida.MTATEMEYT! Boyer & Roberts HKP. SOft,hj(C.-.* it..d 1T S)Ceo

Mode under Section1 32. Chapter (I6H6, For 5aJB>
Lawn of Florida. Bhowlne the amountof REAl ESTATE: I: ,
tax** chanced to the Tax Collectorof
o I Oncenla for the County.curr6ht, Florida year, to A. b D.. 1920 collected W. B. Makinson ';

% a i The: Ojus and' the apportionment' of the came to Company 1
*5> Maule! Company the been several levied' funds for ,!,hleh taxes have Homes Fauns GrovesUndeveloped

>.v Lands

OJUS FLORIDA: AfforHomtm... . ef C.mmtr _.... Phone 123 KISSIMMEE 308 Broadway
; Ne .. .J. A. 0. I02O. CITY LOTS A SPECIALTY '
f .
.. ,, .'
" '! " " " 'OO"O.'iO"'O'OO"'O." To amount itaaeaaed OENERAL........ti,071.11( >? Box '284 .' ". o'HUUOO OOOOOOtOOOOOOoo HOOOO 00 0 00 0000 OOtooooooo ,. Ift.j 4
,....... , "
----r _' ._ Amount collected* .ri 17.10J.84' ,... .f

'' :.......'., ..., ........ ... .. .. .... ......... .oiO. ,Balance to. COUNTY becollected.ROAD.'....! 7, 61.2X : : --, '

*.rl: r.. : To amount aa.e..ed.-: ..._.._140J 1S.86' ----i'o _. <> 0.0- ( > 'H <> 0_
1 I Amount collected -.-._-_..._ 37.S86..84 _

{ .. Balancp to be collected_____* ,738.02 -iJ'

0 M.: E. To Amount amount collected aaseaeed___ __uh_______.15,014.13 3422.01 i.
JY' -
: Balance to be collected__.___11,591.12
hy, d !' 1.i To Amount amount collected aaaeneed _________12.607.T6 1711.00 G H
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. Little "Jim" Farmer- is vleltingatDaytonaalongwithhis COMMERCIAL BOOK AND POSTER
I rCr" : mother anda ,, .
Qean .
Breezes Rlo' Ii i,.
: wished few day to.write inc. to he his declared grandparenti that he _. X .

In :Kissimmee.' Jim was a bit shy on it no'other': investment that bring/ such' tare and con "
penroanship-bat vowed he could
4 l ---oOo-- }'sten' right up an- tell 'it." HU rHERE t profit* am printed salesmanship as '..,. Jo it. There isno

mother acted as stenographer;And r ., ;, :rntthod of getting business so inexpensively. While(
f ,SPEND YOUR VACATION AV here is his dictation: ''
1nY t. "To grandmother same thing you are thinking of a plan Campaign you may''be in need of Bill-

to grandfather: I been in the water. I headSf Statements Letterheads Envelopes, Looseteaf Devices, Receipt '
1 been swimming and not diving. Am Books' i .' ;;. ;
SST PETERSBURG or Labels _Now Is ,'
: FLORIDA having alamp over bere with oil'in It. Daddy come to see me. Theyare the time to follow in the footsteps 'THE

rY. ,"t..... .. J, .. t. :If .. ., rJ, '"* made.making: a new house but it's half of that} army of successful merchants '\ -:

Bathing Boating, Fishing, Horseshoes, She holds Mary's my hand over when here I go with bathIngv us.. who are in making for Kissiipmee Valley: I l _Gazette I ;

Pretty houses' over here. Mosquitoes fan..'For themselves building .
k j1': Croquet Golf are bad here. up OF ;'RlNnNd Ii
Roque, over Got a R (.HOME .GOOD Y :
new desk) ; such pretty letters I write the great industries so rapidly.

I 4' ---40-- and fro to the po.toffiee. We had hot L.t... do your1'printing.! >;i i.:: PItON 11 K1.O1M1u19..
biscuits, taters, tea; and 'steak for LCU"IIOA ,
dinner. I'm hungry,' too. Goodbye, : t
Jim is four and a half years olds f1J
the son of Mr. and MJ-.. Carson
4t i 5.. -... mer, and the letter was written' to I () ( > (> O (> (0 > (> () (> (l-iL.J ",i 1
and Mrs. J. J: Farmer .
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: r.., ..... .. ''c$ Duce,.....;FOft; HOMESNever of the smasaunlij.,,is in .which.. the.,.jew.nal&stc : .'\'; M :.'0: "
( saasats V staged.1 TbeyttiwJl
MunfaMM "' *' V* .*.*.-' ::w., ... ..' calf. ..,..... e.. \
before 1 '
twenty it t '
years ** M .\
I '*'Among taeeteaTttitt* enteringinto .'
of th. state-wide work of the '
great : '
; . Children Home. Society' of homeless a' Florida I would this place practical foremost variety that of'of' ideals justice.X I. , RulEsi* : ; r/ 1,1
:! have as, many orphan and believe that th .entire structure of . *
'. I children 'needed good homes as at the ',4\ '. 'J, 1: yVe
': established: the
access can
present moment The horn ,, upon I' '._ , ) ;;
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laekaoftl'te broad, foundation ofthis element' ,
of .the ,.aoei.t, -tn, : end .
raDehOme la alone, fort In the, practice .of Justice '1'.f" . :
"" he PtnsacoU are trl I'
IJ. ; .:' { both filled*to' and otherchildren as one's fundamental creed one must .. "':"
capacity, '.' .\ ' M. kombine honor and honesty, fearless . .. .
:. : "are coming la dally .for ,. .
:, .( ness and mercy, -give the best that '...
:; I,!' : whom there. will be no room unless is iD'him and from his .. Ar '.A
;, 1 good tamU, '' hom.. in large numberscan require pa u' : .
? ; (. ., '. be found at one*." .Good homes trans V, a proper emolument. for that ........ ". : N.
rt which he renders.l\h Given .that, .
you .
\ needed
; .. ,. Tare especially for boys and ,4 "\ '
I have In field. .. ,
success any. '
', girluoverSr.: years of age and up {." 4
/,. : ,S' : ., to; fourteen., There are plenty of ap- "But In the field of journalism one .' c" :
.1 is fortunate'in that be becomes monlIl'Iy I .
babies .
l' : pUcatlou for and children un- ,
.. : \if'-' the arbiter of 'his ,*wn fate .
I* "( dee 11.-0 that the need Is for '
.. the architect of his own fortune, .A Notary Public In our offlc*, V'
'. homes that will \children over . .
.. accept
,J, V
!t )" both materially. and socially, than in '
..t,. '" I. five years of aw.; ( '
r" I other line of work that Is '
.1'.I; ,. &___ \ AU-that the borne society" requires any:his with open .-..00'NBlslfn. -.-,
# to engagement. Starting a
? ., : Ie that families who apply for children ; -*
".., d are of rood -character.and able fully considered goal both ./or himself
-' and ,willing 1t4'' give 'a child a rood I and his commune, ,\In- th4i newspaper .
education, ton 'and fair editor his power
care, a
YbuTl .Bet somewhere ' to speed both! himself and the place Realty'Company .
C; chance in the world and,that the 1 I
\ hild will be treated in In which: heis located rapidly towards
'" ***i m *mmmmmm* m mi **mmi every way as '
that goal or, b1''encouraging
a member of the family.' The society
will rive fullinformation'in regardto sloth hold himself and It behind the ;1 1s
.with and P AJ! .. I .
';' a pipe! : ; . < the history' of the child, and places precession." '
I .. : all children 01%. ''approval .for, three. 'kshr.
Rnb.MT.Tim .la a treat pate -
..,. '''' .) months before requiring any 'permanent i
Start fresh all ,over again at the beginning I ') : ., wish to render the. greatest Naaralgla. Sprain, ate
you. ,
,pipe-and! forget every smoke experience; you ever had ervioe undei'tbe son send in.your WC! MOVE "THE: .EARTH! '

that 'spilled the. beans :For a jimmy pipe, packedi.a.i application* Superintendent Marcus KEEP: THEM.COMING Or Anything :On 'ToP The,Earth <

.i1i..e i. Brimful with prince Albert, .will trim any degree of. lug;.C.Jacksonville Fagjr, 428, Saint who James will be build.delighted STAT IN ,THE CAME -' ,

t e.w. '.rw ;,ever registered! It's..a' revelation I to pick -you out the best one Stick to the hog-give-the shoats YOUR HOUSEHOLD' GOODS .
in the, buneb. Do it today, please, and ;youngpigs a chance to make you Or.Anything"That Car Be Moved. n

r- =. _. '.J;>>ut'.a'phiD'.he' et!! Prince;>> Albert.can'tbite, :yotti, some money before the end of the '-
1..1..r IDEALS. .IN JOURNALISM year says Leo H. WU.on.di.trict.rJt. Get'our".prke.beforelhaeu.g"your' '
w.letr.a'' ', ,tongueor'parch;+ your 'throat.. Both are cut out,by,our V VV FROM SENSIBLE ,POINTSThe It takes good hogs'to payout hauling dona.WH. '

ezclusiwe'patentedprocess; So;;:just 'old' -. a >prices of feed,V' hut the :f
pass up any
right kind will do- -tJThe- n-who
: { extra'd 'sd '
idea you'may have stored'away that you can't' smoke as dress, 'of-following Gilbert Leach.of from the the' Lees- gets out of the hot business nod will .JOKES TRANSFEI CMIFANY'

,'' .pipe. t We tell you that you'can- and just have the time >urg". Commercial: at the meeting of regret it later. Lousy' hogs:: cost the! "HON ire ,
of life' : ", they South Florida. Press Association, farmer almosttwo .cents a pound .f L.e.. QrJ.r*.tt>imMmiSmmt C.. ,
your on every.1ire-up-ff you play Prince Albert more than clean hop--don't: pay. this
I. well-worth/ consideration of the '
.for ;. toll. ;
packing -V VI
pn"There two distinct- 'crops 'of Remember"that'' the'' cycle 'of hog I ..

.' What V P.A. !hands you In a pipe"it'will'duplicate;In"a; journalistic: are- -Ideals.-.,One:,-'we,..may back'prices,'again runs from in about high--three-to low to.and nve
term the hothouse variety;:the other
;:ho.memade.cigarette! Gee-but, you' have a lot of the; common or garden kind. years' *. If present 'conditions seem FORDSM n
bad,;'leek over the curve of pricesfor FIXING l
fun r, "The hothouse kind of journalistic '
'em with
1 ,:rolling Prince Albert;' and, it's. cinch' a number; 'years.' It will show
a ideals'' is tssuallpIto- found .
< among
1 because P. A. is crimp cut and stays put! the neophytes: in V the field but it, a that peak.each of low prices point-.this followed\ peak 'will by . .. .'-
sometimes those who! '
: have spent appears years at among the work without: come again) Be ready far. it.: <

making for themselves competence, A
ALBERT : for (old age and must, perforce, prepare , while worms eat away its strength 'Tkafs Ow' ,
'R1NGE Specialty '
,I an Like all orchid growths,,, and vitality.. A dose ''or two' of 'k
'ee these-Ideals are individually distinctive White' V Cream Vennltap ''put. there
data .
and in many instances they' a I little t rt Its feet S5c.! .
.... . in color form,' and sub, one > again. Price .. Of, CeuTM. We De Ail Variq..,eAatosiobfle / ,
xwerGei.- -f motional Ir .. .. ." : ':..--- ,- variegated Sold by J. Z.' Roberson.. t"a" -
tM '
\ boy '
stance: Frequentlytheylsckieu > -V- ..
stance and rarely can they withstand THINK .OF IT I 1 :J'I 'T Wert.. : Mi"W..';IB..1t.

_. brutality or hard-usage. Some of . : .

tehtf:: Of: course..:this'article :will''be ZEB'S..,HIGH' SIGN-WAS'':., _. '- sREALLY' I them are pretty'theorj.. that'will be.-I I Although the United. States boasts : .." ,lUck ... ,- '
acceptable: to the majority of honorable ZEE'S LOW SIGN splendid by-laws'wb'f.w.reacb"th. but slxqpemmt: of world's-popo- J.--, -- "' 0-
I'THEJORUM .1 'men, constituting ,the medical millenium but 'tbey., are ; lation 'and 'seven. percent. of the .
profession There has always been, Zeb Parker, who Is well known for the everyday use),, to which practical 1' world' land,' nevertheless7"; I*

and always 'will be, a. disorderly) element among the cattlemen,, has learned ideas are subjected" among the. produced, in this. L Eddie Hansel.. li! :,
Thought On Divorce. ; among all large bodies; of men, that one cannot' flirt'- even with a newspaper fraternity. : 20 percent of the gold. .; ,
and the medical'profeeslon! is BO exception train-and make a success. "You may infer from what-1 have 25 'of the world'.'wbeat.' r Ma. 18 Eauaett: 'SM l i
1'Editor railway the pent ;;. >*t. \
said ,
The G} tee ter from the rule. The ministerial He, accompanied by two friends, recently that I nave small idea d 40 of the world'siron. and 4 "
Orderly conditions i hothouse of On 'the ' '
by intelligent .variety steel .
association has the highest appreciation -, attempted' outrun an -Atlantic ',
attainments produce the highest clvi- ,of human happiness, and Coast: Line train' between Fort contrary it arouses my sympathy AO.percent I of the'world'. silver. .
...; Public'utterances-show-the -- coupled with a degree of admiration. 40 percent of the'' world's lead DR. J DENNING :1 t
will use every: effort'lo mitigate the Ogden and Nocatee.-- 'At..the'wheel R. ... :
of all Public I' can this 60 :of tne world'scine... '
depth -character men. evil of divorce. of the big ear Parker "stepped" *n oversupply punypo.HIsor percent DENTIST J.,. /
actioas give the siftne standard by the train of an of these-ideals( his 62 percent of the world's coati
and (
the ,, at
is are thousands pf lineages gas grinned la tJaeir.. ', . '' Over the V '
which we-place men. It'Marriage a at the time .waving good happiness poaseulon. ? 0, percent'of the world's aluminum. Postof flee,
back and crew same
fovrgenerations .
,-tate' institution. .;The .obligation 1* running bye." The wsve-was mistake for :'But there is.smother more raC&8G 60 percent of the .world's topper.- orrfCte uotmai,* to is-it. lust. R'f f '
' state supremacy. ,' known by men seventy-three breaking years as be raised his hand helo.t., control variety of .journalistic' ideals that(, I 60 percent of the'world' cotton. Re.Jdso.Pb.n. Ir''t.., ... o
'whereseparation" and
acknowledgement state consider essentialto the continued 68 of the'' world's oil. .
'of family ties was absolutely of the macbitle' and the car swerved percent Of ftee;pt1M,., .
authority is binding, and should be and vicious into the ditch and turned over. The success of any .newspaper1' man, 76 percent of th./world'a corn. -'.J. If "
the life..of contracting, necessary were / wholly whether editor, business ,86 percent of the world's 'automobile .
In'the final result. A'tyranical man occupants were badly bruised and the manage ;.v,
-" Men Fnow'tbw meaning of tub reporter or ad *. . '
| parties. train them ,and took .
or a'a naggingwoman < words as well as the meaning actions. : I them'to ArC dia.' these ideals are more' common thanan 84 percent of the world's supply' 0'1 : ''
their : temperaments 'materiallychanged y TILLER'Real
.' I outsider would imagine. oosslMe. manufactured article : .
Assuming an obligation so'vital to In regard to family life when :There is nothing fa th whole list Upon them Is based all success in our .. "V .
,. tha state p1aee.'the state as 'accessory they know that separation is opposed of flesh-healing remedies that cat! chosen field of human endeavor. 666 qmickly rsBeves., Catutipatiaa, Estate ,
to the crime In. granting a divorce. -' by every limitation the of divorce that approach:'Liquid Boroson tn the Without them an '''organization cannot iii.....**, Lass ., ,Appetite ..'J : ,
f. The opinion of any man pf can be placed upon statute books. rapidity with which it heals cuts, work,in harmony, nor can an Individual Headache*,'da* t. TerpW Unr. V .
standing' or' authority,' or the opinion >A court of domestic relations should wound, sores, burns or scalds., It is work out his,own salvation 'Rcalt,. Bouftkt aadHoue ,
of any body of men is exceedinglyvital be established in every, county in.every a marvelous< discovery. Price 802, In the newspaper line. It Is' only a few years since<, in *''rented.; s
to all.' .Therefore tbe action. state.&A+ 'thoroughly investigate 60c.and-$1.20., Sold, by 'J. Z.,Eober- These:Ideals combine truth. of the Korea they'"-tbon t It hardly worthwhile D : y;
;of every man as regards the mar action for divorce, and never let any con V' ** pen with' 'honesty' of the cash, jregis. to give a baby girl a name.. Taxes'paid Tides
Tiara laws is of public interest.. '. cause be, put through in a if combine to' form ,the eel fO''DOD-reI deDtL'" **..:" a
"' The exceedingly ethical standing stall, DR.JOSEPH T.RICKEILRubscrtbs You eaIJ.u'.what. V a' 'story'really square deal to all with whom reitionq The ,'source of. practically all the Fire:: Laad'Aaidat''Ir:
,ef the'medical;_.professionplaces it r ; *-Garrett amounts -to-when youseeforty chapters .- may'.be-had- be Vthey-social l, Icebergs".the .Arcticaad: subArctic : c", ." *' '1 !
''against the separation by state con- fort a "Valley'; told ins )n-lIne synopsis' commercial. 'Of political. 'They eom- regions Is Greenland/-*"" ---to' *uranc. *>
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t gyp 'exceeded thirteen \ the demoralization the markets ,. V
: estimated, to hove million greater. of ,underJ : .

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::' ..J t I'-I.a ' :been'oan; increase' of;'more'"than, fiftytper l; .' ; '' ,4 'r\-. .' ,. -i. "'?'-$ ft ."-Aendrmous '.\ '1t; I "- -. .): 44fc. .M.. .' z'

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. \( ,. H .0 ',-"Y What. flea incnasiiic prodnctian; ,,, sold,' 'at, prices remunerative, 'to.. r'jj :s-.I. ;. '-, ," .'', t., ... " & r. OaJUW. ..

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t\ ; ::'' : With the strong probability:that of ten. crops compete DR. BUCRHASTER
: all of the must be at adis- .. t;' ,
;., :(' . ; } years grapefruit and orange shipments. :from growers: ; producers' ; .
f, V -t\-tbi&8t? : -+- : vill.morethan.double=' .. advantage' 1' ': V 1t
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;'. i'' tV ; instead.of spaculaUvdy-auul ctedacta-th only adequhU campaign to tai d AT:RE* !fTCEiCecner I ,

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11/ 1 J $; nearest aroelsticn *c aubxchanf ,pr.welt. to the,bestowtmaaages< : at i Tampa.Sii ._ :; C'V .' : !. ,
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c. ; ; ;; ; AM'TheSe ,A.........,. ; scenes, notably' a remarkab .
r.. :,'vJe its brains over Lacal Jid.; .... 'I anaijeha. ,i9 h'' \ siory of .elfectwere ".hot." 'with excellent: re- ;/'
,"" Feeth of tbv Ttee/ $r aleatiel ,.j ffil P y Changed' "I\
Evidence that 'can be verified.Fact "The Woman, God ? haa to .alta/ "The Woman God Changed'
'. nonnt-Arteraft I : .think what it meant to U what we wantOpinion ' do i wItha. tropical 111 end;,, the company !ii beautiful photopJ.l and fully uR
'. e. ;Immoory'conoern.'th ...ul iUfi roads'on- the" plus ten percent j* not .eno... h.. .KISSIRtMEBWOUAIva, : CLUB .t' playing the, various' .roles, in to the high standard \set; by Paramount ..
basis T did yef M *ts at four o'clock oo ,
j Her* Kisslmroee fact, 'splendid 'picture 'which "III k* '
f', ? Tuesday .rt.mooD'.of scab month
.f. Arsene .Lui n, Yon test I it displayed at the Caslpo' 'qe Wednesday
r DeLand'took) "a backward; when .e&Q' ; during tft summer a! 'th ..COas4ry : { '
r l hero- of Jdaurlpe tie, Le ', .they decided to abolish, their step free auto T. ,N. Clark 1 carpenter; ,.811. 14bNetts' -. cl Pr..ldent-Xra.! a'" l *i .d. "'siantrdtbe waa..carried .tq 'the BahamaIslands We an prod of liie eeaideaes. f rdecters fI
:According to } where for Creeks.eena ,
defective for camp; It i Im't going to hurt anytown' street JCIsslmmee, says; "Sev -prwldena-Hrsfo;.W. fi,. Maklnaon; two druggists sad the :
tt turned to eral year* ago wheb 1 wee living, in secretary-Mr.. M. Xa.tlJo t..or.r- Owen,,and E..K.: Lincoln.: who are '
I;; aid is instrumental extend a welcome to' t.h.Gre.t New York state I. was down:with, m,. Mi. XI aabetb Doneawi cbalrman, of MeD as castaway on an island..!!' I .h *44 Chili aad Fever Tonic.: '
,the Amalgamated Brotherhood of clvle Q back. were weak and if busy. ''The hurting and sinking
f .My kidney
1D7tlterJ'iot ,
Tin Can Tourists. This to secretary of civic v 'II"'P&runnt-Mr. tf
I leads, us 'Catette.
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; ask whether'' it isn't about time I did much' work my back would be 10 Paul Btanle/i treasurer" of the ,", / pur .
a4 suspected folks lama< I, could scarcely, bend over 01'.tnlehteo. = J. Z. Bobereon., ----
r is not were selecting a alto and getting l r
guilty one too
t last moment. T things'ready'. for our, winter,visitors frequently andI.had My ktdDeyted, to get up several Meet.OTHIII".TB.U'HltR" four o'clock on the,, drat I i1.l Ib1fi luec&JeL '. Sprats FeJby SuppiaRosiest |

d .'venture and aj times during the. night; losingmucH and third/ Jl'rlda.ft.rII..n.; of each. Goods Fair Prices Prompt ShlpmealA.
J" 'are ..Id. to be ] A horse can't'pull while h..Jdckfn: sleep., Hearing of. Poan's Kidney month the Chapter W. ''J Houee.. Fripp;. VOBJ+ ; ,' Jlak.towl N elK"IIo.-B..Knin'. riL '

.1 This fact-we merely mention; Pill., I got a supply, and one halt p1'.lcI.At--Xr.. M.> ....r. r)' V\
.f. VJlI.rl FERTKIZER Florida
ik am L'o'PAINIU:
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,, And he cannot 'Jdek ,while pulling, dozen boxes' eatlrely.cured] ; me. I -Mrs. "'w.TB.r "!-:rJr; civic ,
; 'k '1. Fever, Bffieeu IFever. Which is our elalef' eoatentlon., have great faith, in thla remedy." Mrs.departmentMrs.O. ; '>14 ., U.. Inarrara of and Get MaJ"ZOtJ,; *{ 1R1 Price Li*. Now" faraUkiaj\SIMON: PURE" aadl,

Grirpe| or aaeiey i Price 60e: at all 'dealers,' Don'tsimply M... A. T. Morrleon; chairman of child ; .-GEM'BRANDS-. '> J
Go Imitate'the good -old'horse, ask for a kidney'remedy.-g. welfare-Mrs. rE,.' X upfer r >

B Mrs/John A.--. And lead a life that's fitting.. Doan Kidney ,,'Pills--ttie. same that w. 'ea':":.' V.:' '

received, five. medals'; Just poll an honest load and quit Mr. Clark, had Foste -MAburn .Co. Meets -at. four o'clock on the r..o 'ad ."<-
t+ 1 tian 'govemroent: in Your everlasting! kicking.The Mfrs., Buffalo, N..T. . ; and month fourth In the Friday Chapter afternoon House. of-, each / A >" ,-f: .I' . :

war,relief'work. -- President-MraV: M. A. Clarki) secretary h.e 777* -* i *- :
idea'of.. having the courthouse : -Mra. John McPhatter. treasurer
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,. 't....;..... i; yard set apart as a sanctuary. for INTERESTING P n TAASTOTAELISFOF -Mrs. W. }{. Cojleman.) <.h.1J tl- .

birds and squirrels is an excellent HART MHMOniAI. cS iF.
fc't i L A. MARTIN SU one. What worries us is to find someway Meets at the call 'of the president. 1 fttqpeftaty ';'Y
\- ; ; .toimparttheknowfedg of hel.l : ( Pre.ldent-MI.'P!; b ODt>!ran; .. _._. . :; .. -' .-
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rood: luck to i our feathered friends fL 'C. Btaeferdl library
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Oldest Who is the, Jay cbalrmas-MTL 'A.: W. Wlna.RieD ..,
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F ,/ In jFlo FLORIDA'G bird language to let them know that F( O e . .. J.
<, tALL they are safe ,the minute they'scoo; Meets once>< emch month or subject .j.
N Martin'.' Pal ... under., the protecting branches of: to call at the Chapter :u ..
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.Pr..relent-Mra.' W. J,' Fripp vloeprovldent .
I pow ready. those live oak'trees 7 ; ,1
'i Deecrlptlve The FoDowiaf List, Solve Tfce -Mr.. 8. B. Aultman; aecretary '
fr; be ready In a : The place is a very appreciativeone _Mr.. a. W ,Best; treasurerHoward ( I
eryone: tlntrreatcd. for it ,,has been for a long1 time Quettfon, Tfcea Save. Far F.hlnItelere.c. : Kats. rrisalhddthaltaOU111'\
t \f. Fall Crop. '. a sanctuary for another kind of wild- .
.inthe.e elve, of booklet In: . : : life; all the ,ragUma and human derelicts Meet at HKAI.TH eight o'clock' CLOG each Mondayev.nln.'at 1,:J. ishes and strengthens ,

.' on. request to : of this community have drifted These-' queries regarding.the counties the Chapter Houee.President I . or '
'their font there and our .kind-hearted officers of Florida are full of interest retary-Mn.-MJ.t..t B.Clark Anltman:' assistantsecretaryMrs. ; ec- 'WI 't', the' or ;

have taken .them1- in, fed and lodged. and may bother some of the reader) ,\V.H.. Coleman) treaau .
them without cent. of The Gazette rer--Mra. John McPhatter.: jing the digestion "
this'our I
In addition t \ county has What seven were United. States I, 'AI
t ..., erected a_'high fence made of' nice presidents? .. I oh.lrman-Xr.. O. W. Best. ,
P.' A. :VANS rusty !iron, with the top 'of the pick. What six were generals? : .Wi piN: ts
; eta bent outward In a manner to' What three were statesmen The Red Cross will] hold a' special

', ATTOJtNEr- prevent th. cows from rushing in, What one Is a. fruit.? meeting at the Chapter House to-

i+ ...r4 ,,.OFJl'IC and biting the inmates. Here in this, What one a collection'of fruits? morrow evening at eight o'clock. . t1iese
r -- -- has been famous
; U Sooth. .O sacred enclosure many S aad-heartei: What one was an Indian chief T Communications tnsitRed" Cross many
} bum who bas grown tired while try What one was an Indian tribe? headquarters at Atlanta will be read because ofits J
neighbors but the feature of- interest is year* splendidXsbiMsh&ent
s odd... ing to beat his .unwilling What one a body .of water special :
out Of their hard-earnesimoleona What two are rivers'? that Miss Elizabeth.Aultman will be " ." : : and:: .the' qtiick- .. 's
.. .Home A has been permitted to tike the -rest What one is dry goods present arid will give a survey of the ..
'., WLatr'{ Park. cure.The What- one is a statute t.' work being done in various localitiesof "' v'- 'ness and ease with which jtis
the southeastern states.
Watcher that
'.. i.. hopes the limits What one was a discoverer
of this sanctuary maybe extended to What one was an inventor Kissimmee has nearly two, hundre digested. AI..
f Include the.whole : then, if any What one was a-.1'CpublieT members In, its Ideal organization ,

'J. W..lHO t freckled face. urchin citfi'i. a song bird What one furnishes shelter? members who have paid, yearly, due ,Delightful to tast and ready
c' robs A large attendance i. 'hoped for Saturday ,
or a neat, we hope that someone What one is an old American Fort?
:'Funeral in authoritywill? : set up such an agitation .- What one is famous In song't evening at this called meeting. .toeat fibm the package.tVotV .
: oq the. eat of, nil pants that What one is a professional man ? Miss Aultman has been transferred I
be will henceforth. forever and fer. To assist; the writer and to pre. from the Red Cross work In South h"Nu.. .... ,11w :
tarnally desist from such nefarious a.valuable' list of the counties in Carolina to Tampa. She win be- in I ._. SIlRe4sritiJ'OI oraP ..

t i- , sport. What's that}. Yea, we*meafi thus state-together with the .coonty- Kiaimmeeover ..Sunday.___:The ,Bed I'' .. j.tJIII7". ., \11..
. LICENSED your boy or any other whether seat each the following list is Cross society will thus take advantage -.... J'
_.... . ..regularllblng t:1 of her !'OaQ. '.
--' be- -freckles P' .. . '. stopover. .
Jt5 Store aad.'CnapM: ; : or, only ,7-inch .,grin! Make him.1 laiua--G: lri .- ?-. - The KleeimmeeWoman's-Club-in'fl . -- . ... .. .-
.' 'R1SS1MM19n. mart,for his devilment' Baker .Macclenny.BayvPanarna" ineet at the Country Club Tuesday -"-' -=::"
'W, . afternoon at four o'clock. The social .
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-: BradfordStarke.BievardTituavllle. program is in.the hands Mesdames
M. Kate. .J. I Overstreet, dulian .- 1
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; 'When You Nervous / Broward-Fort Lauderel.Je.CalhounB1ountatown. Smith and W.'. A. Eddiqgton.. There 1
': .... .. re,'... .- Citrus-Inverness. will be Monday also *evening business the session.On Civic Cassof fyj\xtian ._ o"" ImJ1.Lllk Creek,,Mtdrigletrl J..

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rrt the Club will meet at .
Clay-Green Cove Springs. "Woman's\ "
.. IThatver the cans.- rerwork, ri Columbia--Lake City. Mrs. S. 'Aultman's, home: to study .

jrerry, ,grief, ,''loss otilieps\ext ' l'' .t'
-Arcadia. der Akerman, hairmanpf'the_: _,class .
cttemeat,. business, troubles, DuvaJ-.1acklonTJJle.. will direct the lesson,. a

tad i :, Mtanlantv. nu code.,. .;.;;.thete' Escambia-Pensacola.Flagler The health Clubhad an interesting -: 1Gio4is.aB' St
--Bunnell, ,, ,, meeting, ati. its last regular,lea \
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+ t: slate snedldne that wfll helpylio .
; Franklin-ApalachicolsuGadsden ; lIOn The.program1 usually embraces '. '"
,hygiene ,and foods 'and : ,
' -Quinsy.! /r.; papers II't', tJ
,Dr." 'Mile*" Nerrine ...... 'li&sltv6ujufaiite: Hamilton' ..per.* some part.of-, each' meeting. ia. givento ; .
nl}:}' : : ,_ ,' rJ d 11Iedlcines.'lwrelieved . Hernandp-Brooksville.] physicalculture\ exercises.: ? " .. "
thousands: of -cases.headache .J ., Tji. Woman's Club Civic Commit;; ,
I1rr .hcr'''I HiJJ.bo1'outh-Tampa.
I. ; Ncljiile ? John xd Compai
4Tueaday-evening at the sJiy "
.t diiriaei' lrrltaDr. Jlolmel-Bonif.'; : *
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::i Heart I"j
.. "' ..: Jackson-Marianna.: 1 ,,', L.;;Overstreet home., Mrs. 'S. B. Anlt- j
hr N. 'M," ', 'aU plessnesshysteria; >r Yik\TQuicl The business .. ;
.' J J.. : Dr. ites' Slogd'Ppri4c' JeiTeraon-Monticello.'' man, chairman, presided. '
r; '' + B., a bottle of your: > : ..' I IT.'re"'l1tt't partookof; committee -reports- .
I' + LaF.yette.-M "lr \ . 7.
Dr; Milts Anti.Palir Pills I , : .
f ;y: r, saM',aiart" :'',on tberoad'. ,, Drs Miles': ,.Laxative.:Tablets Lake.- :.{ti vial the 'planting ,"the of trM..o.. the : ',,,.n.J: ...:... thaVi '' .t' ,rtvee> a. .::1- .
,' ... -' nesJA ee Fort IM7f.tIf .' .1 Saint .Cloud road; reparatioifofrest "" ..1
'today. Miles' .
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/ ": ,)rOfl'D"l"id': ir:: .Miles* Medicines' roiu Dlili Store= .. .Liberty-Bristol..?- planning' for .an:'entertainment'; to be : .: ) ,:pretty; sure ,to 1Jct

_t. ' __L--1 '!:': cC\..',, '" Levy-Bronson.:' t given in'tMearlv..falLi for. the'iood "of.the public 'Jo'
The Mothers-Teachers Club will :
Madison-Madison. I : '
Marions-Oca. meet' on' Friday; August_ 6.. At this
: '
tt1s .r %Mahatee Nonroe-K-Bradentown.e.. Westt meeting Government'''the"will lessons. ba. co n'pletd'and'American' 7fie..a Urree to."" hichf".the ] & i
Nassau-: -Fernandina.. plans for future work discussed.i change Supply company has, jI

t.' ..... ....I;' Oksjoosa TCres vlew.. Salnt i I been' assisted 'knocks" :
Tibbitts) .
keecbobee--0keecbobee( . life: Katharine & "by te* ._

x: Orange Orlando.Osceola Petersburg, chairman of the bird department tificd to its usefulness.itrust
: "Klsslmmee.Palm :FV.F. W. Cv and state :
; Beach->-West Palm Beach. president of the Andobon Society,, Is
having the"signs made and. placed .' City. '
')0.- : PinellasClearwater.Polk.Bartow . over Pinellas county declaring Jt: J. ,.r crowers) hive ,learned I

.' > bird sanctuary) ,.so created by munic- that' the.fellcnV' who talks ) "
; lolld .
f various cities, : I \
-l IpaLLjkctJprLi.ilkvxthe, .. I ,
towns and villages. 1I d thepmebill ; "est Jiropposttion1o-tbe- --- -
Saint Johns-Saint Augustine : : pera-------
.. SaintLucie-For) ,.Pierce. been passed .by' the late legislature . :
r 'i Santa'Roa....-Milton. r ,{i the ,whole i state would have tive idea usually 'li is one who will '.
,SeminoleSanford'SumpterBuabneL' ',. been declared '.'.bird ...nctu.Jyith.. I
I i
.- .-t.,., in incorporate limits,.,In,the various money. ;1--fcy1" ,/ its. "success and ,.

: ,,'...'r r-J/I/ "J ) Suwannee-Live,,-Oak. countieswithout .all this tedious' ac i'oW :)* 'c; (
.t "\, it of, J! Taylor: --PerryWashhigtonTVernon.- "''" tion. It is to'be hoped c that. public a
: ''ti orUJ"" Volusia-DeLan. sentiment for the conservation of our 4T
,,i j, I f".C' . ., . Waltulta-AT&JI...., , ':'<'. ..natural-resources'which includes}* 'Ttie 'grower*'who aVe memt -; \/ T 11?: .;
f '" .'" Walton-BeFunlak.Spiini ... protection_ l wild life eetlt'aped ,
'/I 'i .' .. ..,, : o Jlar ; '
t ''f., .... t "e each dub'.nue: state (Jabrtdl' ; Citois .Ex-: p
t, -"M '.... .The.foffowing new .counties were wUt Assure ucceas for a billsneh .
;; ''
_ f ;" "n" 'DiJlnftoN formed by the last legislature: .s, as named at tbtle4ldatl.:: .. 'session . .hAYtCOe believe, tBey: aBe; capable '
.. in'FISk' Charlotte-Punta Garda.DaleCross ,two years hence. ; ; only of ;:; ; .' their
; : f : :City.Hardee The signs to be posted Id''Phnella. I .markctinfi: } ;

'j: ... :\ r (res; dogs riot WauehutoHlgblandnWinter'.' county the first! county possibly in .-props: ut.rof ,buying'rrnateriala.t \; ; I r''
Haven. the United.State.'to have a-chaw of .

'' \ ..= '' ') in 'la.1ow red quality. Sarasota--Sarasota.: bird'sanctuaries throughout length I ; ./. jpipHe-j t wlolesale'1for! : + '" ,('

', aDd brefldts. ,will be made'16'to 86 ,
Union Lake B Wr. cconoToicml' ;;. 'l'
'r' .WI .. I prbdnctioiTu ,
IMk r-7. Mtn aJr-! Gladea- Moore .Haven. inches .10ng;. rith cleats on backhav ?:

*' ,4't 'FvelcyFL kTirelargeor '. ing .four'coats,of paint-vine or shipvTnlajiy II .
,., J."I 666 ka.: .ere tfcuetW i.ncI' the .bird selected by '
\ ) " nt iLiataf..ea; 'will be sainted en' end They hay* np desire tD cut ,of? c. 1
tie s" +i 'Ir >;' .,! 'U{:i I J' a sttandard FJ-- !. Fevtr Tenlc lt', l lN Meae by: Mrs'Ed"h. Todd- LitUe one of the E I .

Matte hsttsHe-jfc.1 j ; Florida Art School the whole'to' sell .: 8 iy1legitilrigteyprofit, : and when i t

\ _,. .' ,I Tire._ .. __. I j'EARL. : h,'; for $'-60.. 'The penalty for :violationswill .. .theae.growers hear men "kxiock- -
the end.
': . b be.on other ... '
baa chosen the hig e.Exchanp'Supply Com "
'r \ Saint. Petersburg ; *
c f ,,itlowPrlceSareon Under the heading "Falsehood. pelican ,for .her' pier 'algae ;and, the past' is

;; ; ;\10 the Republican, of Stanley Wiscon. roseatevspoonbill for those to be ., natural..for. theiii'toconclude'"there's
r i' tii' wm T1; hav ''made '. .in",recently carried: >+the' following placed at the town entrances Gulf- a reason wby'tChirifth '
t signed ; the white since I' Delected ibis
'; t' t11e'u.up4l.Flsk: famousi ('4Th. story'that,'I I < started; aioudtll poitt ; fly over that town from' ) .( d"1 io :JL" ':
town while lirs.., P. was' l
: Thlet1. hey on their way to their feed *
1 '" at Menotnonle U a lie and I hope the fresh water la ... .,
for quahy and gi Ing jjronndf.on .v: i'l.u-\ "
., eage. every'' one' who has tho'paper will Osona haa ciao".the heron, and the TJpjr,.; C "iMi ;
i : .... .tl,;t.,,.. ... t run across; these/ so they will know; it whole'twelve other ylaeel.are. at the ' aa4 x&fac keeue cesto.
'-' '"' :
p'' ;'rrc., .erel' is.iibi better. tire: lent so.about be'L' end was present making their decisions. which. ., .lfer'ai" *'.. 'J he f ::1.
," ; made-up' b started myself will be announced late: -. IFbsiaaiCStmSee' ; ? tip 'Arti
Yo. :; ;' i; ''l ", and ls a falaboodSigned: MissPearl.N.V11I4"r .It ia the purpose, of the chairmanof ', f .1 ". ;" 1'" Ike':.MWeat.Sd .
; ; :-va. 1n than a, i . .. :. -: ; .. .; ; -, '
.,. : ...., x : t/: .J I : f. work. AkagVViw .
each ,
.. .b rt'4- : r cbf irmen. in up j : l'"
'; '' ' e'atttliepresc; i )0);, : COMING> of wild , I .,!L""":'" f\ _.. i
t'ddd,, f' OM.U\\MEJGHAN the interest jn;thejprotection! (, . .Ill ...
., 1. '. '. ( birdilif ,, . .. o;.; , .'f' - j> "
": i"i"f ," '.' ;; :Thomas Msfghan' ,>tie'c1 DidJ Pa.- ; ant .,.. .... oj :
If. 'f. ;n. l ., I
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.1>- ' . to. ... : soon in .his "new photopiq.wbt .' i ;. ....pwrtftring' bowel ,

1".",; ;' ayiy !( . i ..... .'.,.. 't,; ; : and:i Unmarried* Jt. is sJUflaijplit ;/& iof.;aj...appetite, restore : ,
.. '\, :-'f, _' W''IInl1'. :D. l '. ..-. ,' '',-' r j'Me1l'hat alrmasa.ftien ally _: :: Uv r;JaBd;;a: 4ne 'feeUng ftj 1I It

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'II { j "" "' crook who reforms .':A"I z..t6alt.,gobeTtyiv .7: "
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: BUPTIMATH.; .' OV 1MTBI ;M" If'PERr2T' ANn N 1W6 rl1Jll";. .rIlCu.L Bleek''Te'"of46., ; Florida ..' sand. *- '.. ; "

-. :1 .IIIPTIII..&& aa, 1*a. Numbered One (1>. according to the :stun and .1f..r
Ofaolal Plat of the said subdivisionas : to report .
From Tax Redemption. ._.______'.---___.....-., -.,..?. -...&-..f40..0. reeerded among -the Publlo Records amonnta Justly i i ,
Total Estimated Revenue, Bjcoept Taxes.____.,...._--?__r..xi-..-. 100.00I .of oet count Florida In Plat ; creditors, and j ,
ESTIMATES OF REVENUES J. I.. t>ver.treet. Clerk of the -Circuit Court of Oaoeola County raak* pages 5* and Ill also the I which the creditors are. tajrrulfy'entitled '
AND EXPENSES: oath that the above ti e. true eetlmaU of the Revenue of tho lnt.roitandHlnkln South half J'of the Northeast >quarter; to paym.n*."- Ball feeetaV
Fund of said County for the fiscal year ending September .0.- IMS, the Horta half of th. South.t euar.terj Melee may, la his discretion, '
iron! TAW B-BYBHAt' ;; COUNTY' FUND OP OHCBOLA t except taxes to be ..,.Ied. aoeordinir. to t.1I. ot of roy koowledg-e. Infornaatloa. \ ,ortl-t the der proof la -. ...._t of G _
AND' TAX I.BVY A. FLORIDA and belief Southwest the South ,contested and un-contested aJM
THB BOARD Oil' COUNTY COM.I..ON. 'OV : UrMnjET. of th of .
TMB FISCAL .1. I. autb..t. _Ga.r the aa all contestedclaims ahalf giveueh
DOHS. KOftt. .YBAHVMJDIMtt' UPTBMBIBR ai.2L Clerk Circuit Court.Sub quar.r <1.), notlo to the creditor and

BSTIMATB. FOR or RRVBNUBB. GENERAL' RBVBNVB FUND OSCROLA COUN' rlbe. ant sworn to.b.for. .. this Jl:. d.volui: 'b A. .$ UlL Thirty Twenty-flvo(10 Baat.'(Ii Alan) .Nri.outRnJ. Cnttll bo creditor IatAetntfor a* may r I.a .full his

TY. THB.( FISCAL MBAR BMPINU lEPTUMBICH. a0., 1.22. C8BAX,) Tiotarjr" .Publl tato-of Florida, H and NWU of-NBU. and trtuStlonal upon such _
___ )'oommllon October 9 114. NBU of NHH of See 1. .alaw. ( a&t
Front 'Occupational**' ..,_.,..,,,....,...,,.:._._..;;,... ,...__-..?:..-_'1,200.90; Add T.-.U1.7 :oa\ aaMMed valuation expire of_..r$1.1901.50 $lT '.ftt 14)) SBtt of NW(4 cad TP < Special, Master
From Tax Redemptions _._i....i..--___ __.;_;....___..__...r._...;. 400.OO Add etlmatd cub carried over._..._..,_.._ 1,000.00 11'R. ) ef NBH of Twp. :$0 Ld with I*di

,Total I..J.Estimated L. .. *Re.enu.i Exoept.rk of the T......,_.-*._____..____._.____i___... 1,400.00 :Total -T__-...._.._.,..:..,.-.____.._..-"..,"-. Sl.Ht.tt8 16 R 1*. Bo cad ... a.
Circuit\ Court of Oaceola County, make the day Ap..I" 1111. la'writng, said .

oath nue Fund that tho of said abort County I. a true for tb.estimate flaoal year of the ending Revenue September of the and
taxes to''be''levied." according''to tbe beet- of- my 'knowledge,' Information- f and I .T.JIIA..ID'OP* StHVBNUBS INTEREST AND fUMKINO' FUND .PICC.A.., County,. ''Florldav, aa upon tb. flllng pro- :\
belief. i ROAD AND' 'BRIDGE DISTRICT Net. B. O9CHOLA COUNTY FOR THH .4 report I. requested to > ; :
3. Ik, .. The sale In the I ,
t FISCAL ,YBAR, : 1O, IMS., .* ; al parties presenting

Subscribed and' sworn to before me'thl. I$tb day Clerk of. Jul'Clroult'A. ,Court 3). 1911XA.THLEEN. From Tai'Itedemptlona.' ..--'.__._--i_.--..-.-:____-.,._... ,;.._..,. _|.00.00 erty hereby I* c-:: :- : .ldor; i any Clalme party. t the said C-llng. tl.rt.hold: and, 7' e
V. ARDKN Total. Estimated Revenue Except: Taxes COO.OO ale'' d b lug any B"cl'' claim 'or demand
(SHAD Notary Public State of Florida, --.t"------------------- heurs of eleven and two 'AIM af '
r L J. L. Overt.t. Clerk of the make CIlt"L m. or said :
Add'T&4.43k My commission expire October .. 1114. oath that a true .Um.te'of the Revenues of the Interest and o'clock P' I. of the cam raT. wlthll,,
mill on aseesied: valuation of$5.100,000.00 $ 1WO.OO .." '
being; day .xLTb. the
Fund said for fiscal '
Sinking of thai
Total .. .. .. ... ... _.._.__._._._ County year ending; September 10, 11S.except .une r. ,
<' -- -'!-, -.- -, S4.150.00 to bo levied, acoordlDI to'the bat of mylknowledg.ntormattos, .. the Ilb 'd., prl *it pr Sic peolno .. pton. tl.r.
and tars L. not ,
>S% of above i- .-_-_,....,..........,.,...,.__,.-?.._- SSS.S1S.OO i. OVBRSTRBBT. Sheriff rARMIn 0..01 r. not axopton.oD.loIe" ., tled wit

ANo' L Clerk Circuit,, Court. I. Count and if ? oeptlojia t.. Cr
Jf .1'18104.1'1II OP RleVI or1JRII.! FINE 'FORFBITURB FUND.' OS-CROLA Subscribed and -sworn' to before mo* this Kth day of July A. 1.>. 1SSL within'cald twenty OO) per t
('OV"TY. FOR THH FISCAL. YID'\R: ENDING SKITUMBKR B*. 1BX2, KATHLEEN V. BEAapBN. The sale In tl-.t.t.''oas l. iod, the report win &,ooa- ,

:From Fine and Co:) .U -,---.-_..._.J..._.....V.-._..?...._.,_..| soo.OO (SEAL. My Notary expires Public October Stat 9 Of. Florida. erty hereby I* advertised. to tl.Sold b prop frm. talg'' ''

From Tax Redemption _._____?_-._..?.?...._....__.__...4_,____i_._ 100.00 Add Taxeg IS tnlllg on' ........comml.lo.. .. of..,...$1,065,00.00 $31,990,00, ,ale day In. August. 1ML, betweeh the nh day; .t'r..emm"< JOrd. \
Total Mstlmated Revenue, Kxjiept Taxea?___.._?._..,._.___ t. 1.0UO.00> Total 17,80.00 hour of eleven o'elok a' m., two PLEIX1BR.
I. J. L. Overstreet Clerk of- the Circuit Court of Osceola runty. make .---------1------------------- of ..", ale ''lf, rH la this
,..>nth that the above )I. a true estimate of the Revenue of the Fine and For .6% of abova $16,710.00 o'clocktRdey of 'Augsl .n..t biD. State Bank Building, e r'
MHturn Fund of said County" for the fiscal year ending September -. f J.SU, ri.ilmmss.i VIsrUs. *tttNOTICB -
a. taxes-to_he_IsvUd... ,.aesorltir_-thr.t-dr7ny'trttow1edt01tfort4 '.., TBSTfSW'flTTfii'TtBVBRflJKaINTKHBCT L R.
tlon and belief.- AID FINKING FUND apBCIAI. Sheriff 1I'ARMIIIR or APPLiCATiON'FOR
TAI k'
Clerk Circuit Court.. ".ICAL .2
Su.hlbed and'sworn to before me this 16th day of July,- A. D. 1911. From Tax Redemption,4.. _.__ In the Circuit 'Court, Seventeenth NOTICE 18 HEREBY OTV1W that
,.KATHLEEN V. BEAHDEN. TStal --.j.- ( IB6 DO Judicial Circuit of the State of Flor C A.. purchaser of '
Estimated ___
Revenue Kxcept Taxea __.,._.. ..IIinTimil "oO Btraubl Ta C.rt-
? 6 ida, In and ficate '
(SEAL) Notary Public State of Florida. L J, L. Clerk of the Circuit Court of for the County of Oseeola I and IIS, ..
Mr commUnlon expire October 9,. 1(14.L. oath that I a true estimate the ... oc.ol.* County make) In Chancery: B. B.' Owen aa Receiver day of June and Pf Tag
Adl Taxes H mill on assessed valuation ot--$6,100,000.00 tl.KRA.OO Sinking; Fund of ....1d County for the Interest and of The Water .Carson Grocery Certificate, D.11dhaalse/ filed.. Id day.
Add estimated cash to be carried over__------_._ l.ftoo.OO I except taxes to be levied-according to f.c. .y. endingSeptember 10 IMS. Company, eorpratlon ComDlalnanqversus of June. A. aaldoertlflcates -
TOtal nm+_L_! j_______"T-l --.-----_I 7,110.00. and. belief. .. my knowledge. Inform..ton a* Administrator 1 In my I offlee. $"'
d* bonl non cum teetamento application for tax deed nGt..a'la '+
9t% of aboveKHTIMATR __________.____.---__________::______ $.7111.0 w. OVERST."..A.. .nD."O.r the Estate of Frederick aoordane w following ot. a
Clerk Clroult COllrt. Macintosh, et aL Repondent smbraqn described
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th d.7.0l July A. de.a.eea. .tc. Prpert r
OF HE"'ENUPIN, ROAD AMI BRIDCiH FUND OSCROI.A COUNTY. V. BBARDBN.. D. 111. *. situated *" Oc.ol county.. ; '
VOH THH TUB FISCAL TEAR HNDINH-StEPTHMBKH' IMS 19X1 'JATHLEIN The State of. Florida to Frederick Ida to-wilt '
\ (SEAL) State of Florida Macintosh, Jr.. and 1'fo. 117 of in-.. begin'i. '''r.t.,1,

From Tax Redem ___________'10____...___________________..______$ 00.00 Taxes 4 mill .My. ...oOdml..lon. expire October 0. Macintosh, his wife Of Edlnborouc1 and IU feet east of ,
Total JIJ.ttmat..d Revenue, Exteept Tax..s___.________._________________ 00.00 ""Add estimated 'cash on[0' be carried over..__of.l..0.1I10.00 I4C<.00dd Scotland. .Klngrdora of Lot '1. In Section IS,, and run south 'i
t, J. L. OverstreaJt. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Osoeola County make ._ 5(0.0B Yon cad each of you are hereby f 4S feet east IIS I.t, north (4I .. .** ?
oath that the above I* a true estimate of the Revenues of the Road and Brld.e,4'Fund 91% of- above->-_ .,. ..___-__...__.._. ., commanded to appear In the abovestyled and west 111 I .
--- -- ? -I4.SS4.60 the 6th of No. Ill Lot 'IT In'
of aald'County for the fiscal year ending 10 1821. except 011. on day c 8.p I Of.ll.I Beetlon I
"taxes to be according to the best of my jsept.mb..r Information and tember D. 1121. 51. Being a$ ,
belief.t .wiled m.TUIAT. EXP1.NFEI: (1KKIISMAL, FUND OKCBOL.A COUNTY FOR TUB The Honorable C. O. An- : Range I. Ea.t; 'o..n.hp 1u

J. L. OVERBTRBET. FIVC'AI. YHAH I D."U' gKITKMBKH .le. drw.Ntl. of the' above Curt and No.. of 1119. Xx>U 9.' 10. II.: imIn
Clerk Circuit Court. .* Clerk and 1 of Seton 4. ,Being '/ Township, It '
Subscribed and sworn to I before no this Kth-day 111. Salary of Clerk of the Circuit Court .County Auditor and Clerk to I said Cour at Klsslmmee Oseeola South RD" S. .Jt.,. belna-'ao-
KATHLEEN V.otJlrb.tiiD. County Commissioners ---__w.____$!.4Ofl.00 this I I, da. of. Park Gard.a.
Public State of Florida.My Per Diem I4IO.OO and Mileage V5SO.OO of Commissioners------------- 1.100.00 D. 1111. "ul" The said land being; ..t.
(SEAL) commission Notary expires October Juda-e of County Court -___..______J___---.---_________.___.-__ 100.08 A J. L. OVBRSTRBBTT. the data of 1..lIane of certificates 7( ''
Add Taxe S mill. assessed valuation of__-_$ : .0\1I..40.800.00. County Prosecuting Attorney ,__.___,__-----------_,.___..____,?_? 4OO.OO Clerk Circuit Cour Oseeola In the BS JSouders. J '

Total _____._____on_*______________________________ 41.400.00 to County Commissioner __-_------.--*_.___._...,_._._.._ IOO.OO County, Florid. *- Orlmea and Unknown,1 Dnlesa
: : ToO of Relatratlon --_._--_-__-_-__--.-_-_.... _..___.__ SOO.OO: (CCIreult Court .ale c..tlleat.. ahall b* redeemed ao-.
96 above _e--------------------------------- I19.3JO.OO ., "_________________________"_____"_____"__________ 150.00 KRIBB8 eV STEED . tax' deed will Issue
1ft-. % Jail _______________ ________-------__.______ "/1.00. 801etor. for Cmpl.ln.Dt SO-tt tb.ron on tho 1th day-of Auguit. A. p
Repair to County Buildings: Courthouse---.---.?_-__._.._._!_...__ SOO.OU "s.- / I ?
BSTIMATB, SPECIAL PUBLICITY FUND OSCROI.A! COUN- Repair to County Buildings: Jail__.,..._.,e-------._____._ 400.00 NOTICE TO ..DDIRI. X L.. OVR8JI.
VV FOR TRIO FISCAL YEAR KltDINU NKPTRMBKR BO.of IY42. Furniture andFixture* for: -..J __._________ I90.0 .

Tax Redemption. o0 Furniture and Fixture for: Courhou.. _____________._______________-_.__. 4OO.OOKxpenae Notice I* hereby given that bid will _ ''Oaoeola Coart y,
From .1.-
-. ,-$6o of County Bulldlns: Janitor and Other ttendant.100.00 be received by the Board of County H. Bano k : > ,(
OO D..c.
Estimated Taxe 60. .
Total Revenue
le k..ert -- : Expenses of County Building: Light Fuel and Water 1 IBO."" fom.I..lofr. of 01... County,
I. J. U Overstreet. Circuit Court of Osoeola County, makenatb Circuit Court Library __________i______________________-_________-_____ 100,00Jnoldenta.l. : up and .; t A M NOTICB\OF ELECTION (0'
that the'ahove I. a true estimate of the Revenue of the Special' PublicityFund ,__ .
_____ ___.__ IOO.OOCounty 0. Monday August If. AO. 1.1.
of said County for the fiscal beet ending September 10. 191Z. excepttaxes Physician -..1,-_._-w._- 110.00 of .-of the Clerk / Notice la hereb>vrlveii th.t an elee ) ,
to be levied. according; to the of my knowledge. Information and Care Court said at Klsstmmee.Florida. Hon will be held In Special
of County Poor: Repairs and Addition to Poor Houses and Farm..1.COO.O8 County Ta School
belief' Furniture and Fixture for .Poor Houses and Farm.----___-___-.__?_ 100.00 ,.for the purchase of $110,000 district No.S otherwise x aa
J. L. Clerk OVBRSTRBKT.Circuit Court, ,. Expenses Operation of Poor House and Farms----.-...___.__.__ S.000.00 six per cent Serial Time'Warranta.Further 'I he Narooossee School DI.t.ot'oev, ".
Allowance Made to 'Outside of Poor Houses-------- 1000.00 Information to Tuesday, August S, A. D. 1
Subscribed and .worn to before me this ttlth d.y V.of July. VA. ,D. Itfi. Coroner's Inquests. : P.upr. Officers, 'Juror and Witnesses__?__,_-_ lOO.Ot aid warsant may be obtained&the I purpose of determiningwho tie .
KA.THLKEN 13P:ARDEN Insanity Inquiries: V.. of Officers and Committee.-.-_- 100.00 office of the Clerk of the Circuit ,serve a* school trustee of said ..dlarlet -
SEAL) Notary Public State of Florida. rltatlonery and Printing;: General Stationery I -Blank*, etc..._._.____' 460.00 Court of Oaceola County Florida, at I for the two year next after th.'
My commission expires October 9. It4. Record Book _--_-.-.-r--________-__ .-_- 1.000.00: Klsslmmee, Florida. ,election, and for' the further parpoee).
Add Taxes 14 mill on assessed valuation of-IS.1OO.OOO.OO $1,27600 _Cartldedcheck Of. .,. .of, the number 5
fa-amount $ of
-Total ......,..,.-...___ ___-__-__ :__ ___ .1326.00. .AdfN"ln.R.qulredb Law r.:And.1d..orby-County-.r.--&_.___________._.-_ 1,19f.0o. must accompany each bid. .,of dl.tlot
95"%. of above __._________________________________ $1.151.76BSTIMATI County Commissions Demonstration Paid to Officers Agent: Tax,_._.Collector.-__..__.,,,-____.*.....__._-_..__-_.__-__.-_-__._.--_-_ 1,600.00 1000.00 and Rightare all .bUs. reserved' to rJ.e any ,J Jr cl.ct nu..I' lor the, said. -two1, f!

Expenses of Election ._.-,.._._..___________________...-__ 100.00 Dated thla 'the 14th day of, July A following proy.arc appoint

S TY.P0R. TUB FISCAL, YHAH ENDING BBPTBMBUR *0. 1D23. Total_______.._,.____.__....-__.______-__.______-_______.$11,1**..0B8TIMATB I. OTRRSTRBBT: ; :election - : -
Clerk of the Board of County .Dan-Smith. ;' and Br.
"*from Tax :Redemption ________-_____.___________________________...__$100,00E.rimated I OF KXPRNSHft Commissioners of Oaoeola I nest Young, C' R Al" .;.
.Total Except' Taxes.________________.___-.__- IOO.OOI I COUNTY FOR THE ..NI, AND JR..UTVRIO FUND OlrlOLA County .Florida. ]Hill, clerk. -> Vie.
'' -1. J.J* .."l..rk of the-Circuit. Court of Osoeola. County, make RND.10 .IPTIMBRR I..t'. Don by d..d.r of the 'B.r' P"' .,J\\ '

.reatb that the above la a true estimate of the Revenues. of the Tick PJr.dlca-1 Sheriff and Deputies Cost Btila In Criminal Cases NOTICB OI.OUAROIAN'.ALI', l'Ha, Instructionof :
tlon Fund, of said County for the tliwal I year oneUnK September SO. Constables Cost Bills In Criminal Caeca......-.-___....______,___ 10.00 'Florid., 'this 17th ,day; of,.u..A.p.. if

cept belief.taxed to be levied* according to the best -of my knowledge Informationand Clerk Clerk of of Circui Court Cot Ellis In Criminal Bllla Ca.e.j In Criminal_____i___Cases.200.00__?_'_ IOO.OO Notice'Is-hereby'Onoly given .tha M the rdlan and.r.lgn.a" :1Mt ; : i' r'W/U''U. 1 .f1 f1Attest .

J. L. OVER8TREET.CI.rk JudK. Cost Bill In of..o' U.,...._ propertv/aC Ulmer .
Circuit Court.Subecrtbedwandnwnrwto County ____.._____,___ 100.00 QrBYOWEI.1q' I
Justice of_tha. .t-lt.n Iml a1Cass.. ...............r__ lOO.OOj Conoleyv.aad Count Lou CvWBWy., -will ,
before- me-thl.-ttth--d.r< V.of BKARDKN July---A r-D, ,111. County Pro."uUnl' Fee*.?__._________._____.._. 500.00 }apply to- the Judge of.Oaceola' County MI.rntd..t aad of
KATHLEEN Bailiff on Criminal ..,_______ __.._._ County, Fb'ld flee In ,thecourthouse. Secretary B iPublto
I ; of Florida. Curt *.i hll.simmeb .
(REAL) Notary Public State III... Witness Fee ____-_-_ ____-__..__.__.1,000.04 In Jlorld.. at : In.tuoo1 i.
My commission expire October Stenographer "Jnsolveacy 10:00 o'clock a. m.. on the 'of ;
Court ," Cases- ._ _...._. ___._
Add Taxes 1% mills on anacssed valuation of.____$5,100.000.00 $7, SO.OO ._ ___ ... -- - ? '? 100.00 I 1 1L- for an orderito .ell the )!OI" OF BA1JB.
Total Court Stenographer _.-.-,--,...,__._.__.___.._ :.._ '04.00 Au.u.t of Coloney .. Ida ,
-1 r.750.00II" I
BherlfT Commission Fine 'lm.p
' ; ___ Feeding Prisoner .,-on-___--_-. .to. Colleoted---------------------.----___.?.--._-.._..___._ 100.00 Lou Coloney, at'> private' or I .>v :and, by virtue of a decree-I.
of above _____j,_____d.________.________ _- .181.0 Paid and Discharge public sale, aa Judge of said certain cause pending la
Transportation for Money Paid to County Convicts Court may order In to the follow t Court of .Osoeola G
___ !' Cruit. :
Worked Road .
ESTIMATE OF"HKVfcjfUKS. apfOCIAI. ROAD TAX ITUII.! OltrEftL' BOUNTY; on :- -- __. 108.00 lug described' real estate In OaoeolaCounty Florid I Chancery.wherein C"DUI ,
of In Criminal Cases,
Pay Juror County and Justice Peaoe'Courts.__ 1.01Salary '*<
Flerldato-wit. : The followIng mplalnant and
.. ... : of.Judge, of .JuT.nle Coarc--; : :.- UO.OO land In Township TwentyfiveSouth I Kelly and Daniel Kelly her ,

__._.........__.. .....-... Range Thirty All (lea I ISouthw..t aredefendants. I sell '.
,; From fc ,A. ---, ? .....?_.._._._.*-..---. _.-... None Total . .. __ Wu
Total Hsflmated Revenue, Except Ta..,.....,. ...____________.....-._.____ None --- ---- -. -. --- '5..00 Quarter 80Itbw".t I highest and i best bltf 1 tqy ", : ,
I. J. L. Overstreet Clerk of the Circuit Court of Osreola County make of Section TWO: North I front of the Court or'I
that the above IB a true estimate of the Revenues of the Special Road I.T..I OF HXPBNUBgi ROAD FUND OSCKOtA COUNTY. FOR THi"IS. Quarter less Southwest .. 'City of KlsslmmeeFrortds. How .
Jax Fund of Said County for the flacal.year. ending- September SO ,, YKAK KNDIMOBMPTEMBKH ... IVO. ", > Northwest Quarter' of Section Throe ."'on t. rule' .
qL .
'U\"P.\ Northwest Quarter of.N rtb.altQuar. 1I1U th* '. J -
to be according; to the beetof knowledge,, f.
belle I.yled. my Salaries of Ro Bup' and' Ov.reera__.,.-_._......_.. ,.$1,000.00 Southeast Quarter of North I theef the,equity, 1.
t.. 3. L. o'VBRSTRBET. Paid to Road Inspection-----------------_ too.00 t"rt.rb .. and Southwest Quarterof vrint.rtn I : the. U"ID !
/ Clerk Circuit Court. CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF ROADS AND Northwest Quarter of Section Five. rt'f'
Subscribed and sworn to before-me this 16th day of July A. D. 111. Cot of Material:....-.j_.-.,_________ 1__BRIDES_. 4.000,1 Dated' tll. d. of July 1S1., 1r..L'tweaty-tour *44 iweaAl' 'l
KATHLEEN V. BgAfbEN.SEAL ; : and MlhW.ry. .Cot and Repairs___--______.--_ -_ ) e ttA.T.fycptioLarLt .' r.t. "
( ) Notary Public State of Florida. Live Stock Coa and Feeding__--___-___.__..,?.__.____ S.000.00 A* Guardian.of Ulraer i.F Subdl I 1.I, 'W"' : k"r."' '1
My commission explrea October *. 1(14. Paid for Lbor. other than Oa.rd.-__.___ S.49O.OO sad Ida LOB -Coloney.-r"'- -I '.r's :, i k. ,.. '
Add Taxes f mill on asesed valuation 0.1&0.1100.00 $15.600.00 Pay of -___. _,-._.-..-_ 1.1 0.01 belaf" a l OsbdlvLlOe :
Feeding; and care of Cotcte on .Roads__ ._______. .._. ._ 1.00O.04Payments NOTICB ORBDITOM ANDOTHKHa. "t-aln. ( f') .0"
Total .,_______________________t-/'. -- - .
on Account of Road Built by --Contract__.-________.-.> '..00..91Payments _.ptr ) a9"

SI% of above ___.____._:._____.______ ____ 14.116.00.KSTIlfATB on Acoouat'of Brldirea' Built by'Contraet---------w.$. ;ot .. 6I.
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Payment on Account of -Olchi.rired Convict Leaeed.Paid __....-__*..., .'leo..e ..k. .* >*roby>*B4va to all. dev-be4mr-a"< part of ,
to Incorporated Cities and Town*__ .OOO.OO ton legatees. dlstrlbuteee Township 15 SouUt.
f"){ ....C..L YEAR BMOINQ BKPTBMBBR! SO. IBSa.FrotnJiTax Reserved for Contlngrenclea ....____________________________________ 1000.00 persons having7 claims or demandsUralast .But Oseeola Cuau.
the. estate ofv Ida L. Pfann
R.dem ________________________,______-___,__$10.00 Total______________,._?-,---__,-'i..100.00 0. Cunty. Florida, deaeaaed. the 4 prprl' oo.r9.. .. .
Total' Estimated Revenue. Except Ta"....*___.___...u__________________ 60.00 same to the S2y; b aW.g Tr r dMABRT'
1. J. L. Overstreet. ." the Circuit Court.of Osoeola County make ESTIMATED BXPBNSBS SPECIAL PVBE.ICITY FUND OSCROI.A COUNTY UBderslgnsd at 'X''lmm.l Fo ?** ****' 1
oath that the above Is a true estimate of lb. Revenues of the Fair Fund of .FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING ..PII.Ea: IS. IMS. within two year frm. .4, *.. CARTES J. #. 'Cnunty for the fiscal -year ending September S*. 121. except ta"... lobe .J"De.A. 1111.' Solicitor for'ComNoaat... J ,.. : 1;
y "l.vied, according to-the beat of my knowledge Intor..tlonand belief. Special Publicity __________t___'--.------..-.-------::--------ii.ito.oo: p IiE97RT'bC. PIANN.' ,I
of Lat Will and
411 V J.. It. Clerk OVER Circuit'I'REBT.Court. _Total____,__.,,_=. ,,, ,, ------ _ I1v3i0.00 __ .Te..a l..e. of.Ida -It.. Pfann. de-' - . _ :.. ,"., ,.' .h .
----'-- la Cr .fTh '
- Jadga. 1t
iit..erlbea.n l-.wo to-Uetole'ati-thTi IOTtT'aay'or'JUTy.; ATTJ.-IS1T7". the vt -
Publlo State of Florida. FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BND1NO SBPTBMBBK ) g>tete ed Florida.\ > ,
1 (SBAL) My commission Notary' expire October 9 124. ,'1522., 0ay. ._ 1st ri instateof .wb Root"D.o.. .. '

o1.--$6,100,00&00 ".nll.OIl For -Tick eradication ______ T.O...'0 To all Creditors, Legatee*. Distrlsa-'
valuation |
mill assessed ----- - ,
Add Taxe % on - --- ; --. --------------------
Total _,_.. __________________ __________.....___.__ l ...1.01l.I' BROW A Bryan Co. tees and all Person having date**'
.- ;; Total____-?._.__________________._____________..______-..I7.004MO aL or Dm..d. against-said Natat.uYou. .- .'.

%! of aboVe'_____________________.___________-- 11.181.76IST1MATRH Complainant' of you. arc hereby'

q..,.. OF RRVRNUBB. RNRRAI' SCHOOL, FONDONCCE'LAA. : COUNTY. TIBI FOCAL YEAR ENDING "KHTKMBKR 9*. 1VZ3. The Water . .tI I, .:.:;u demands. ma bar which against"the''von -or!' a
r Construction of Melbourne. Road___,____,_____: ___________________llf.SOO.iO Grocery a .t.t. Root.'deceased.'Jat.*. ; r
From T. .Redemptions ___.....____:_____ .$ ..//111 corporation.Re I .enfgned eUDty. JI'Iord., to the -!/
From Poll Tax ___________________________---h._______'-__:._______________ 'oe.OO Totai __._________________________ ____.___$I..IOO... .R.'O:;:; I 'of'said'' ,; etate. _
Total Rstlmated Revenue xce DTare.----------------------------- 1.100.0O TO OF 1' '
I, J. L, plerk of the Circuit Court ofOsceola County make IERTIMATED BXPBN8KS FAIR FUND.' "<'KOIA COUNTY FOR THH ri.- WATERS CARSON GROCER'R.I b.reof tune ST. A TX 1111. ,-
oath that the above Is a true entlmate of the Revenues of the General School _ CAL YBAR BNDINO 8RPTICMUKR B 1- COMPANY AND WHOM IT MAT I D..t. il'HAREW'ROOT,-' -,
said for the fiscal "ndltlg September' SO. 122. ,
a.1t.Fund.. to of be levied County according to the beet of my knowledge. Information except and Promotion of County Fatr_____-_______ ________________ ______ 11,110.00 CONCERN NOTICE:: u ,hereby given that J'on l.-It Administrator. :

1 ."*''. J. 1.. OVERSTREBT. Total__--_______.________________________--------------------31.28.00, the 7th day C. of O.July Andrew A. .D. .UI. theHonorable of NOTICB FOR PU.L.CATO' .

Clerk Circuit Court. .. the above court entered an order In OF THB INTBRIOR.-r
Subscribed and sworn to ). 1911. I RRTIMATBD KXPKNKKB (1BNHRAI. HCHOOI FUND OSCBOI.A COUNTY. Receivership DEP.RTMIN
the : Office
t beforeAlTHLBENaV.0BHAR'h'EN.I I FOR TiE FISCAL YEAR ENDING BPTBMBIdR SO.purposes. proo.dID" now lnd .t OID""W"e et}
1- pending In said Th Florida, IS. *

,a SEAL. My commission Notary expire Public October State *of 114.Florida. For General School .-.______________.__...___....._________ItO.OOO.tO water t Carson "Grocery_ Company, NOTICE I* hereby given that Clarence
In the above styled u_> fixing: the A. Minx, of

?a Total Add Tax-*. 1* mill_-*..._on___assessed__________valuation_____-----of$ $61.100.00 Total_________------_______ __________' _______. ___________$10,000.00-- claim time for of allnc creditor I general* and and referring :stead who.- 'on'Entry July, No.IS,KI.I.m.Ula..Da.10' II'lorl"f,Lt.* ,

a same to the undersigned Special Mter I. a -and 4. Section <"*
.'''1. Of above _________________.__----------,----- $.*.1.0.00 EITIWATED'BIPBNFRS INTBRRHT AND SINKINn. BrRrlAJUROAD DIN.Tltl.T for hearingdetermination Beet ton .. TownshipMrlan. Lt o i
. !V. 1 POND OBCKOL.A COUNTY. FOR TH.111'IA. I.o said B. t' ear eledp.etire .., (
c ----------- - INti SBPTRMBKR SB .- el..II..ton., a* prescribed by of Int.ntlon'to .. }

NOTICFJ TO CRHDrTORBla. of Tallahaasen meridian. Said suit' (A) ITh* holder or holder of eat.bllsb.maksaCon.myta.Son . 0
Ce>sirt .. T"-C..tF, O_ was Instituted In said court on the For Interest anO Sinking Fund--------------__.____..........._|iOOI&00Total l unsecured claim or demand land'above .' Clark
f> ... .C..tF. Ntat..1 "" .rI"..' list day of April. A. D. 111. and theRheriff 4..c'b.'or. ,
la* r. Estate of Harrison Brouarhton.Te of Duval county has r..turn..dth.t ______-_____-_ ___________-_____________-______'10.000.00IOTIVATIO against The om W.t.r, persona CaraonOrocery on t-llrL'-at, .XI..I.. .. ., *.JI'Io.-- . J Sir lM'rj
all Creditors, LegateeDlstrlhu:-., the officers' of said corporationare who claim any Interest or any Claimant name aa witnesses: . t. .
tee and all Person having Claim unknown to him. You are hereby EXPRNBKS: INTEREST AND SPIKING ftPKCIAL ROAD DIM lien upon any fund or property J. T. Baaa of' KI..lm.... Florida. ,
( or Demands against said Estate: commanded notified and required to 'M"' 3 VII' OHCKOL.A COUNTY, FOR TUB VISCALi YEAR ucen- of the thepossession a B. Hensell of Klsslmmee.', ,Flort'da. ;) :
1 Ton and each of you, are hereby appear heroin on the Jet day of Au- .Nn HRPTRMUKH $0. 1- ldoTTaYR. are [ v* {
Jiotlfled and required to present any rust A.. D. 191. to defend said ac- required .re Johh Lyons, of Klsslmmee.X :.1 :
'"*"tCclaims and demands which you or tion. Done and Ordered In Chambers. For fnterent and Sinking Fund__-___,___--..J--_u.__-___=_..____.__$|5.0flO.OO of th..l. and Paul Nettles, of ftumtra Fiu. ,i' "
''Jelther Of you. Y then at Orlando. Florida, on this the list verified "aim. oath VV7 ,.. ;
i i. A estate of Harrison' Bhr.fn: deoeasH. day of June A. D. 1921 Total-----------.-_____.__....______.-r--*____;-_________-______$$15.000.00 d..mand.person dily or by some officerof I-I, ROBT. ; ::DAVI... .,J t $,!,
: ; .
.*>d. late of Qsceola county Florid.,,to C. O. I the corporation malflnjr said "
'//_ -tmdeYslJrned. Administratrix of A* Judge of the Above Court. ESTIMATED, HXPBNUBA' INTEREST AND aiNKINQ. UPBCIAL ROAD ANDi x-lalms before the said SpecialMaster NOTICE or ,
.-.t\' saidestate within two y.ear: from the I0-4t BRIDGE DISTRICT .3 PUND. COUNTY. FOR THE FISCAL, on or before the first day APP..A..IOr..As .,
r date hereof. YEAR ENDING aBPTBMBHR of September A D. 111. ,
Dated .JUly, A. n. tll1.tbA NOTICE OF. KYRCITTOR FOR. FINAL (B): shell be provedon 'Noto I* hereby Wven' that'x'tsaa f ,
i, I 'BROUGHTON ON. PiaCHABOBla For Interest and ".lnkIW Fa.4J ___ .____ __ ---------------. ,.. the C..lm. allowance of Interest ..rohasaro Tax
\ ie)1-It Administratrix. to November 14th, 1110, the .* the Sd day at Cerlllte *
.. The Cosvt. .; Cewaty ....**. .....t..t Total1lTICE _____.________________.____.._.____________. _.... data of i the app'ntm.nt.o' the No 1j, date certificate Ma ?+'t
x.. In CIrpult Cot for the ...."t."ntll .. ......... Ossssla Ce>esitr.; Receiver tao D .office 1.and'U..ldJ application. if4
f the State of Florida .. of ma.
Judicial Circuit. > tbo claimant claim for tag deed to aocordaao
In and for'Osceola .Couat)". In la .the :Estate of Albert Eyre Drought. Of SHRmiFF'B SALE eleven e/oleck AM., and two o'clock Interest accruing t rt.r' upon with law,-''Bgid' tlfieata .omhraoed 4
1 ,"" Chancery.Henrietta Bass et aU eom- j Deceased. P. M. of said dayithefollowing I described uch amount aa may to foUowl.g.desdtlbe4'prop.rt' alt-.
+ Jplalnanta! vs. Robrt. Under '&dLYL jp .Ir.* "of an. execution eatate situated In said b* due on said claim .respectively . -Osoeola Florid* ld
i j respondent... BIU to QuletTitfe.TheBt NOTICB.fiiiHSHt.'OrvTBW.: to all is,. '.nd... the aeal Osoeolal\\r the on the awtd 11th of .Ne-, a.t'a' : CDt. to ,.;* r t
.. ef- Florida to Ludden-Campbell- whom It, mat conoarnV' ;, tIt.t on tbS4th of the Oso.olaeeun-. erty of. the ,1defenddanand prop ember,1930.. 'd..J. wit 1 111. and,4'elesk;i U.IM; i
SmYttt. Company"corporation.. .;Jack- day Of Aosrustl! 'Ar'., ,, :tilt..I OhailapWyN Florida -under data of atUfr sjald .to* -tlOi Any party-to aald aue. ClOU"f J.sf'r'' t "*' - .'* :
,eon vl He- Flortda -..Yo iar'herii.- the; HonorailV1 cr L., Corner Jun.4th. 110, wherein er W.. wit L' t. the East half of Lot ..and aid iteoelve.asdlanypart.wboStn .- Th Bald 1asd"belnt assessed at the >
' .4"that suit baa baest Isstltufed-in,, said Court, .as"-Judge of Probate Mann plaintiff and .B. L.Lesley.'A.F. .and I of.BIi ); Lots his claim er'demand'1. a.eordues"with .- .at.. lasuanee .f said certificate .* .:'
... above. entitled court'and thajt 'y 011 .,for my final discharge-as Bxeentrlx Baa and Bull Baaa are defendants. .J ._' I, pn.Jl I. this said of Heed. Dnleaaik 4. .
,."',aw jned. aa, respondent-ft .aaldult .of A the -estate of.,, Albert l0v.Drought I have.leviedupon ,and .will effer for u\; 1 -1.f"I" T a 1t); ,)Ale .with'"-tbo said orl-r said'' certificate: .I 'I reM ao.' W .
Bald suit, l. a title ZTdeoeaaed.end. at thasasne.tlrae.r BaJ* a/4...1' t the big-heat and ,best '.,1. : ..1. ,f. "' "I'' j.l : u., >-wllhln-.twentyday*rafter- t cording to law; tax"- Isege':. ,L', \
Itb reference to' t....following. land.tukte will i"t I' ae- bhl4a. to. ., at tha. front doov of 1. I" ,I. 1. I' Sept ember-1st. ' thereon' ,.day.Aata4A. A ." rDr.
la CWcaoiavoany.FlarUa. to- oounts a* Bxecutr/x of *...4.*.tat..and House at allle Osoeolacounty. 11 Three, aay 1tThe Southwest. ..r ffof.Ui* auk for theirs rov Lpat. ," . Mo.. o Blo 16 Id ULt.'f ip t. aald ( MMterand'nxay . .hlJ L'O"IR.JA' ., I".I t
Northeast' i, smarter sand thl'We' t hall .'" '.Jun.' I .'A.. ,,p., '1921.IG,1 . 'I d of MayIMlITiba; ams betnc. the palockISlevt 'A11t .. 81e 'Clerk *) .r, rt
e f SoubMSl1qu. '. lion DROUGHT. day of- said month and a f'slock; Elgh ". -. )> The said Special Maatort* eta County Flortdsv/'; 't- .
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i P : .. ...,,...-... "SHANGHAI" WAS' .THEMB 1-Clyde avenue, south.The OO1nrft'' alRlnt'nonlt" 1 .

; : AT MISSIONARY MEETING club officers! are Roscoe'' Rob. -, ,grE. 't, I ,'a e
Emsoci's C*B>BBial****il J
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The Missionary the arson president; Joe Sears, vice- toTH'EUIi1VER'SA.L
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+$* t Ovrtret. Chairman .
,. itts'regular .
. .. Methodist church held literary president; Violet Bullock secretary; A,- 1/'. Bus John Hans'ell, ,
7 f and social meeting at the Walter Bass' treasurer; !Murray Overstreet TV. 'O. McClelUnd Ira H. Wetherby '

All ''matter* Intended for' this department Bungalow!, on .We ne da)' afternoon ,. Gerald Rivers, Carolyn Sheriff -...._...........L.-R., Farmer .... '
r should bo handed In .* early with- MrviJMaroney a* leader, andMrs. : Fripp and Lucy Lupfer, advisory Clerk _.,..-......_...-JOhl) I*. OverstreetJudsr '. .. <. "
t M ingevents poulbl.. must Advance be authentic notices of com Call . John McFhatter, Mrs W. B. committee. ___.__.._.',...__..T. L. ComerProsecuting ('

Phono 11.'' and ak tot. -"SOOI.t)'." Duncan- Mrs., C. E. Hilton, and Mrs Attorney Milton Pled..1' " '. I,.
Forms close promptly at ton' o'clooV Lewis O'Bryan taking .part in theprogram. PERTAINING TO CHURCHES. Rppr.sentattveW.. R.' Godwin .. .' '
.t each, Friday, moraine.EPWQRTHIAN8 Mre.,,Walter .Bass and Mrs. Assessor _.....,:..William L Barber "' ;

--00 GATHERAT W. B. Harris; hostesses, served delicious Methodist.dwch; Tax ,ColI ctor__.-...-.C. 'J. Bandy . '. ," A"d', ,, 'I'J

cake and tea. F._ Pastor Snpervlaor. ,Rcflatratlon. *
r tfLKASVRST BEACH Rev.. R. Edgar D. KatsSupeHntendent .
$760.00 O. 'B. :t
Member of the Epworth League CHILDREN AND-GRQWNUPS{ ;;;;; school. of Schools._.._.. t $ F. DETROIT. '
9:45 a. Towell \
of the Methodist church held a bath- ENJOY- C. B. 1i"
'. trig, party last Friday evenln& "PARTY"Because 11:00 a. m.-Preachin& service Justice.Oat JP ftQ0__::_____:::___..:. j
of the illness'of ,
serious '
M. McLeod.
Conducted by Rev.'W. Miss'Jessie Kleinmann
Beach, and there' was a her daughter, Mr. B. S. Butler, Mr*. : ,
Service atShingleCreek.
Jarre attendance, a splendid; picnic, .A. T. Morrison Invited. but '. few to 3:00. 'p. m.-, *.' cI'r1r .PlltBlCTOnT' any other pas 'i.-i
and time. / t i Can you think of
c, a general good .' attend the party given Monday afternoon 7:00 p. m.-Epworth League Mayor "'..-', ..__._.........H. R 'H.)'
GoES TO- GEORGIA" "t coMVQemoratlng! the birthday 8:00 p.-.m.-i-Union services., Sermon c..n__ '

A ,TO FIND A ,WIFE anniversary, Dorothea of'"'her Butler y oune, at-bl"r!t' grandchild home- by Rev. J. H. Sutton. of ,the Baptist James M.:A. 'B.Johnston,Gilbert .President A. Rosen- ,senger car that offers you so many' advantages "') i
a left church. a
Dr. Haynes ;'Brinson recently Howard; M. Kati 1 W. ThompsonClark "
f ,, r' .Kissimmee( for Cecil, Georgia, upon corner of Lake*and' Aderhold. Yet Wednesday evening at elhto'clock' _.-_-___--_?_.-.J. R. Gilbert- the Ford Sedan? It
,1.' a' ."business" trip-and word camel there was a pleasant 'time enjoyedby prayer meeting., Treasurer >w>...::._....__.J. Z. RoberaonAttorn as is'.J

$ ;that he was i there ,married to Miss the entire group, and many good .y' _.__?-_... L w1,* O'Bryan
'Bridget Thompson at the home oft things, including:, sandwiches, punch, Presbyterian Cfcnrcfc. Chief of Police..!.____.W. J'. M a.1o.. car for everybody everywhere. Thebusiness 4\ 1
cake and ice
cream, were served Of ,
19. While
the;bride' Tueld'.Jal -
on ) -
W. H. Dresch Factor
the children attending Louise Rev. ,
' were .
the hits returned to Kissim-
.doctor E. McClain, Alta Ruth Overstreet, mE'F'ORD' PLANT BUILDS finds it asset in his ,\
8rr mee he is anticipating the arrival of 10:00 a. m.-Sunday school. man an
and Vans and of the _
Shirley Agnew, "
108,982. CARS IN' JUNE J
Mrs., ..Brinson on Sunday. who made more noise. than 11:00: a. m._Worship. Subject: ." t
WILL LEAVE NEXT WEEK the children, there' were Mrs. E. A. "Lonely In Heaven.Christian Endeavor During the month' of June the business; the farmer has no end of

3 FOR'.,VISIT TO ASHEVILLE Russell, Mrs. W, II. Farmer, Mrs. O. 7:00 p. m.- Ford 'Motor Company,, through its

,b Miss Joe Malloy, of 16 Brackstreet C. McClain, Mrs. Gertrude' L. Katz, Topic: Christian" Progress Among Detroit factories and_assembly is, with "
The Indians. and when it done : '
for it
a ,.-plans. .ftp leave early Mrs. Freeman M ers, Mrs. E. G. -- -P jplantajhrou8hout: -country_reach uses ,
: nent Wednesday"Prayer
o 'week for Asheville, where I she Vans- grew, 'and 'Miss Medora Kus- 8-OO-p. in. ed the production of 108,962 Ford ,"

t r w visit several week*. Tm -.announce- sell., service ICbristian cars! and trucks, setting up a. new business it does duty for the whole .

k ment-,la made!, ast'.Jh.tjllr! and Mr*. Church high record for one month. ,
Paul McKee have Lansing, MISS SURPRISE Production of Ford cars and trucks .' '
tr } Michigan, for an extended trip. Mr*. COMPLETE\ Rev. W. II. Coleman, Pastor, has been steadily increasing singe family. *
t McKee was formerly Miss Ouida Mal Because Tuesday was the birthday early spring, and shows substantial t
anniversary of Miss Nina Bratton 10:00 m.-Sunday; ; ; school. ,.
Joy, a niece of Miss Joe Malloy. : a. gains. over .the same period last!
she,' was invited to supper to the 11:00 a. rn. Sermon. NC *
year. second quarter of 1921,

TO SAVANNAHVISi'T SAINT PETERSBURG RS GO Because home of of Miss the same-Cecelia reason Overall Mrs.'eet.H. A 7:30 welcome p. m.-Sermon.for everybodY vif.output, April of May.301,791Ford and June, shows and an Order: your Ford car now Don't .;..1.1:1

j The ,Misses Grace and Sadie Good- N. Bratton had prepared a complete clally strangers. tf I trucks against- 220,878 for the care """- \:

y; bread,, of Savannah who have been surprise for her daurhter-and when "- three months of last year, or a same net wait until the rush season comes. Just
u truest of their uncle,. A. W. Bailey she was brought back by Miss Over- Bible Lectures increase of 80,918. :i

and family for a few weeks, left on street Miss Bratton found a very Elder R. H. Brock announces that Despite the fact, however, that the '

r. Wednesday for Saint Petersburg: I merry party assembled at her home, commencing on ,the coming Sunday Ford plants have been running 'mt phone us or drop us a card. :

A where they will' conclude! their Flor .207 Bass street. at the hour of three in the afternoon, maximum capacity, the demand for ,,
y ''ti' ida visit with Mrs. S. M. Hall and I There was the customary programof he will institute a course of bible Ford cars and trucks is not being

family. The visitor have numerous pleasure during the evening, including lectures, which will be free to all. met, and at the present! time;
I acquaintances! in Kissimmee as they both vocal and instrumental These lectures will be continued each thousand unfilled\ orders have many been I..Pa

spend their annual vacations here. music, and there were toothsome re- 1 j'j Sunday afternoon at the same hour, piled up ahead so that Ford" sales are T'IMMONSr'1 r'1,
Trenhments which still added
SPENDING more and all will be held at his residenceon still limited by manufacturing- i
THE WEEK zest to the affair which was most I Mabbette street. All interestedIn ties rather than '
marketing 'possibili
WITHAVON PARK FRIENDS enjoyable. Those participating in matters pertaining to the Advent ties. Particularly is this true with AUTHORIZED DEALER ;"!
Little Eleanor Rosen, the charming the gathering were' Miss Helen Baas I I I
church who might be interested,
or respect to enclosed cars, for which -4 !i.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rosen Miss of Thom-
; ?, I Margaret Castleberry, I are cordially invited to be present I the demand has been
of 17 Beaumont avenue, north, asville. Georgia, Miss Jessie Ely, these occasions. unusually 307-9 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE,+ FLORIDA I
left on Monday for, a week's visit at : Miss battle Eby, Miss Mattie Belle upon heavy.

T Avon, Park, where she will be guestof I Harris, Miss Margaret Lanier, Miss COLLEGE PAPERS MERGE For One the reason cited by' Ford demand officials for j
Christine Reeves, who was a Klsimrnea -> Cecelia Overstreet Miss H. K. Saw unprece4ented t
visitor last week. On Fri yer, Miss E. L. "Wenner, Miss Thelma The announcement has just been Ford cars! is the present tendency I '). ;

'day afternoon last occurred the birthday I Woodall; Bryan Ames, Clarence Eby, I made of the merging of the Jlollin! toward economy. Many of those -- ,
whose have been added
; anniversary of the miss, the well-known student names to the, I ,;
Jesse Lantz.I.PLEqSURE
young Sandspur,
-i ( long list of buyers might well have ... .. .
t and there was a joyous time at the I weekly of Rollins College, with the I .
JJJ; Rosen home during the afternoon by CLUB ENJOYS I Rollins Press and the out of afforded larger and more costly cars '
p taking if :;,1
r those invited, and many fine refreshments I FINE ;PICNIC SUPPER incorporation papers name than the Ford, but it is the belief GOING TO TAMPA? ;.

: d and numerous gift received. Wednesday evening at Aligator I, of the Sandspur Publishing Company. that most prospective motor car buyers The "Banana Truck"will make trips each Sunday. ;

ft .. .'MISS -. PLANS I lake members of the Kissimmee 1: From now on the paper will functionas are to investigating much all \the co ts. incident Tuesday and Thursday. Will haul freight or passengers to .."
THORNDYKE motoring more carefully -
Pleasure Club participated in an en-
business organization, :
". HOME a complete than at period during the Tampa or any point along route at very reasonable prices' cJ
t ., o! TO RETURN TODAY joyable chicken pilau luncheon-and S owning its own printing: plant .valued :I any _ .:" 1.
... condition the will pas-five-years.- those -days. For particulars .- '
If-the of patient throughout the- entireeveningthere[ at$2,0007 ThisT step willgreats: r oa sec ? 4'tJ.
<, r" 4 permit, and the weather this afternoon :(I were all the pleasures customary lv) enable the edit 'rs to place the I I The estimated output for the Ford E. SPEARS 't ''l'
I Is favorable Miss Wylena Alyce :, gatherings: at that charming spot. Sandspur on a self-supportfiig basis, '' factories for July calls for 109,000cars

Thorndyke. will probably return to I Those who were in attendance at and will lead to an enlargement of and trucks; or a production of 315 Orange"Street KISSIMMEE \"
. her home, 821 Brack street, today. :I this event chaperoned by Mrs. Celes- 4360' a day for 25 days. Since the '.' .
and ultimately to
the paper's scope, '(-.a'OH 0000..0.... 'OOOOO OO>H+OOOO HOOOOOO'OO'O ...
of is handled '
assembling ears
has several weeks the
She spent at i te Fripp and Mr. and Mrs Leo Wilson !- the erection on the-, campus of a ; being _ .I
sanitarium at Formosa, where every I were, building, in during an eight; nour worK day only, '
needed ur -----' - -- ----
greatly ----- - ---------' -t ;:,
:aid has been given toward] easing her I Misses Helen Bass, Violet Bullock, which will be house the printing the hourly output will be 545 cars. ,
'condition and she has been the In other words one Ford car or' BARBERSHOP NOTICE I I me between Mabbette street and ,j, '
-- recipient Norma Griffin Lucy
Carolyn Fripp, and the office"! The Sand- Midland .railroad on west side city .:)
of a vast number of gifts and Lupfer, Jo Makinson, Dot Makinson, equipment Is'the oldest student ,publication I truck leaves the assembly lime every The Casino ; is drainage ditch hood land; fenced %
now under -
'L 1' ,'hasVh many e.ners'et;ta she declare Katherine McKay, Gertrude McKay, spur in the state being organized in 6Vm seconds. >n pSHINGI.ECREEKSINNERS'> the bbhO'l Leo Curcio ;year highly. Cash fertilized: or terms and cultivated t. suit. J,last N. i }.

l that "Kissimmee best; after Lois Overstreet, Alpha West fall, Ada 1894 twenty-seven ,years ago, and : a high-grad _workman in_all branches Parker. Phone 188. 3-tf -
all. i-Lh Simpson!: ;. Mis--Martin..and ha*--sine- that time; ; been- published -of work. Only the best. service
LOSE YESTERDAY TO THE FOR SALE-On* pair good horses; V i
Ophelia Smith, of Madison, Florida, is
almost continuously. It printing given. I will 1"
guaranteehat also use two-hor andhorse
WINTER "HAVEN GIRL who were guests at the M akin son Its 23d volume. During the many! KISSIMMEE KITTENS lull personal 11 given *. See ,W. B, Maklnson wages at tae ;.;i:,
MARRIED LAST SATURDAY j home; Messrs. !Gordon Bullock Raymond ,years of its existence the Sandspur all patrons-or the money will be refunded hardware tore. I2-tfo .I, "
Miss Idell Mary Lee daughter of Bearden, Walter Bass, Donald has appeared in several forms, and In what might be called at first A trial is invited then FOR SALK '
-A one-ton Maxwell track.Bee
_ M." M. Lee, ,of the. Winter Haven McKay, Murray Overstreet, Gerald has not been always as it is now. a "anybody's game"" the team from will come again. you W. B. Maklnaon, at the store ef
},, Chief, ,was married last Saturday to Rivera, Roscoe. Roberson, arid Norton weekly newspaper : Kissimmee playing at Shingle Creek 32-2tc "DAD" MONTGOMERY. the .Maklnson Hardware CemimeK.attfa.
FairfaxTrever Hasktns. -Seebring, Stewart, alest from West Palm yesterday with their local team won l ,, '

t and Mr. and Mr*. Haeldns are now 'Beach. PAPER-HANGING!, PAINTING! by a score' of 14 to' 7. Battery for FOR SALE-BnnR-alow; ha.*' invent r ...
!"' enjoying their hOM'Moon-thell' "at The Kissimmee',,Pleasure, Club developed Shingle Creek was Babb'and' Babb; 'room; large" .,,.t..U;, Improvement .k
( hom," card stating the date of their from the gathering of young 'Varnishing. Thirty yeaJ'lld peralance. for Klssimmee Stockdale and Myres. DISTANCES FROM KISSIMMEE and a flne, location; face* two.

return to. a* Monday, Au. people who held'a house-party'' on Hour','or contract work. Drop Going.North'by > streets. II Broadway.At. bargain Klsshnme. 14' *Remisston. "-tea;- t'-
gust' ,15. The brie 1.1 pronounced! a Paradise Island some weeks\ ago. It j a card and r will; be pleased to*'call I FLORIDA INDUSTRIES, '_ AutoMiles r.-"f
t charming woman with a, host is holding with sample books of the \---t. ll-.l. FOR SALE-Cheap: Upton plansq. .
young a permanent organization-- j Dn yOu my hare recently To Orlando : _..._ : 18 fine condition Call "
of frienin' Polk1 county-and both business and I atest in all grades of',wall-paper- ,Chicago capitalists AllerrKoadlcV..
monthly meetings occasionally holding west To Winter-Park--: :. 23 Fish Lake Park, midway between '
,groom and >ride are receiving congratulatory i pleasure parties. A business from lOc to 50c. Something for .ev- established of a 6,000acre and will develop .To, Sanford, <._____________.. 42 Kissimmee and Saint Cloud.: Sl'tfe
and "
,; IIOtl..*".from their large' meeting will be held next Wednesday ,eryone.> Frank A. Pierce Oakey north UmatiHa To DeLand ._______.__.___. 62 FOR. 8ALB :I\ ,
circle ,acquaintances.-.- at the home of D. G. McKay 218 I Farm, Kissimmee. 38-ltc! an orange; pteaD.and grapefruit -Wooden wafiln ma+
rove To Daytona 86 1 chin .
; nearly Apply 101 Main
? . __u _ grove.Clermont Aug11stine169 'I"..
To Saint 169 street. ,

l l building material supply house. The To Mount Dora_____________ 46 Rooms a/Id Vo Trespass Card. 11
t First National bank will soon commence To Eustis _________________ 52 cent* e a/h .t\The Gaiette Mce. j

+ === its new building as contractsare To Ocala _____________,.-___ 107 /-U 1iy L.. "

"I t ==== ready to be let. To Gainesville ___________:__ 152 FOR "" ALV.--one eta Electric Wall If

y ,DR'T.'M..RIVERS:" L.\H.\ GEDGE M. I.: STOUT =- Fort Myers. announces that a fac- DISTANCES FROM KISSIMMEE _Plat tt.. Practically price/ Apply new. Valley At. reasonable O*. 4
:> P ddest CaeAftr. V.c. Mddewt tory will soon commence to manufac- Gems South by Auto T-tf.

ture toys. Miles FOR SALE>)-One Nah touring car J

I = To Haines City_______*_____ 22 and one Haynes .ey.-p.*.....eri, a
Okeechobee has subscribed over To Lakeland ___h_______:._ 47 touring price car. W.Roth B.of UasUnson.there at bargain \..). r '
$500 for the repair of the phone line .To__Tampa __ 79 : a-ti.! .L"

., . ';wtll'Y I.T' throughout-"hat-county.. -- .. To Clearwater _____________ 111 f .-
uBe One of Them? FOR SAL-On* Emerson Typewriter,
The Consolidated Naval Stores To Saint Petersburg------- 186 model three, visible, a. ..od a* .*.. ,on
\. To Bartow __________!.,___ 46 Apply Valley QaaetU. tf. ': '
Ii, - Company, at Nalaca, expects to rfo- To Arcadia ________________ 97 ,
K \. .. sume operations very: soon. To Fort 150 FOR 8ALB-Two boys' suit 4-year ' told
,== Myers------------- sine, velvet, one dark blue. *n. !
-oQo.-. : Santa Rosa county has ordered an To Palm Beach, via Daytona. 286 dark green white ?}

',=- election for the purpose of voting ona To Miami __,__-,__, _*______ 856 new collar Apply and cuff 101, Main detachable.street, Nary 4-tf| .'J(
\ bond edition of $50,000 for constructing Ii
The Bank With a ferry on Black creek. FQR SALK-Forced to chance my I*. "I
:. ? cation I will sell a piano and house .l
== hold rood. at 'bargain price, tr* 't
the r = DeLand announces fifteen new THE .CLASSIFIED'COLlJMN 1 J. J. Hall, til Emmett street. Ito ;j
business blocks Including two large .
theaters three and numer- FOR 'ECI9ANGi "':' .
Ability : garages ... ;
a A certain man Kid|iu money in hit mattress. One dayand = ous .stores in course of construction FOR SALE FOR RXCI4ANOE-I have some city 'ff< .- d'

== and country property at Henderson-. % i,
1 the house was burned- and all within destroyed. Another = Cocoanut Grove is contemplating FOR SALK, good-To condition'quick: buyer used. lea Ford* than sedan vllle.for FloridA North Carolina. to What xohanse have ; '"Jt,
Willingness* bonding for municipal improvementsfor fivemonths': new tires and extras.Owner you! Wllll m L. Coryell. Klswlmmee .
Fy man invested his money in wild cat stocks. He was promised ':-:c: $60,000.CHICAGO for leaving'600.: state Address and: Poatoftlco will sacrifice Florida. ai-ltx

Box 505 Saint Cloud. 33-2tx r.
; \ to Serve a, large income. He received 0.. divde; c1. AIR CARRIED :WANTED. '3
Lx FOR BALK-Trf quick purer. ten-acre ;
CLEAR TO SAN FRANCISCO citrus grove all young bearing WANTKD.-To confer with carpenter .a:." ;
.. .. trees; located two mile from aprosperous In regard to building si room bun- .I ..i'
thriving town In Osceola Ralow. will 'on.lcler work done by .. .
M I' DEPOSITS INSURED Will you: be either of these men, or will you keep your The automobile has .become so county. A ba'II"aln. Address. 'owner; the day or contract I will furnish "
much a part of the ordinary daily Charles Goodrich Jr, Saint Cloud all material. O. B. Woodall. Sl'ltO -' ,w
the Bank of Osceola County in Checking 'I t tt' == Florida 11-Ztx ,.
money at a r life that. little thought is now givento WANTKD Butcher hoar. JOT anil, I" ,

,. the many unusual and strenuous FOR SALE-Fold touring' oar; In good standard breed. I want them soon ,
_ ; -- Account where it is safe and you can-get-it at any time) use to which it is constantly being repairpould' trade for one with as possible Address: T. M." Martin ";1Oallowsy
... the remarkable darter r>. n H1owan., *OS Luke Florida. -., t -4tx '.*
is and to
put, ) very
e. : street east: phone 122; Klaslmmeo
\ .' -- manner in which! it stands up under 83.2tx MISCELLANEOUS rs f.
_. of Chi '".,
, : : every severe test. A party
FOR SALB' KO.ftOO rough lemon stock
business at luncheon in M.U"HANTI'I'' !
!! men
cago from seed planted l lat fall T'rlce ) "t
. == their club discussed this matter and right K 8. Rofltt. Kissimmee, FlorIda menti. showinglfull condition"t;
. -' == as .a result a bet was made on the 33-tf fairs Perfect work scuarantead.RefrrenceH .:
0 j .:== question of crossing the continent by Address: "Book" car f ,rThe ,:
I FOR RALE)-A slnltle-OOTnh White
Qacette Kissimmee. 11-tfo ; 'I
mobile. :C. B. Miller undertook "
aut Leghorn/ cockerels from contest .
\ to' make the trip to San Francisco winning/ stock World championlayers' DRKSSMAKINO done by Mr*. J. R.I.A. t:
inside of ten days, driving his standard ; '. Price- $1.50 to n.l.>(). F, M Slnauefleld 101 Verona a/feet. KIsslmmee. -, C ,N NF&' ;
KI."lmm..e.FOR SS-ltx
coupe, equipped with Goodyearcord Morton North .) il-tfaV ,t :;

: Ban of Osceola9ASM I .OQuntyi\i tires, the came car! he used in SALE!-One 120 Model Chevro ascofirn HAND OOODS. bought .014. I NJ";

; his business every day. The distance let.Just throughout. had Running"engine..ears.iron all over lu and repaired. I Tb: Casino. .
made in ;
oi,2,48fimiles w.s' seven good ...hapNew Balterle*. All ,If :
days from the" time he left Chicago. tires been In use only CO<<1 days Car FOR RENT v, ;' "
; A. bean In use little over 11 month '.i
: 't without a mechanical -
.e ,. U.t. Y .r The.trip See before buying-- Will sell or. FOR REN"I'-Farnlahed nat 'W. B. V
t r .. .,x : ',bty'l' . t'n4-' ., s'wb .. ,,0.- """"" trouble of any kind.' and the trade m*for rood property. Give or. Harrla.'O* offle. 14-ti!! Jr '
a -1. U :, td3 .D ;::::::::;II air .Was still in all the tires take b.. .O. B
a caae may
'., ..,. ,; .' '''t' nour. ;,.. M., Chicago boot' ;I' '
.'. ... , .. AI" Thll'ie.onIy Sl-Ste FOUND 'i
; ,. '' "- .'.. l'of> at the end of 'the Journey.: t I. '"
,. af.;., '"I 1. .'. -t:. ". : r < another, on.;of. the, miracle ai FOR 8 ALB]-Ros* 4 *. FOUND-Nair .passenger a tat I on. a' i' '
I tha--'praiantiXthat.=ordfy TPy ,-go..wn- Bxr*-iJiuayM- IX., Carr, BoJU..lCl ; ......m.C .U<'kithl. Owner may have < !
: . noticed 'by reason. of the ready ,acceptance .lmm"!*. T 1 St-Stx aam by ''describing pda and paying 'I
_lft millm.UII 3
for this "oUee. Apply i. "Stickpin:; .
of the idea that anything ? '
: I OII FOR BALE OR RENT--FIC'Aare 'j officejpf ThLaaxette.. Kl..lmme.;
the'automobile. In 'Kl .tm- ''
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