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: April 28, 1922
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: VID01061
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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HASTENING WORK ON era Ernest, who WiWman so viciously, alia attacked Ernest'Ro the SOME It Is a matter-of rejoicing' that at
keeper of the jail, "Bob" Campbell last the drivers of cars without taillights I CLEANING THE CITY
( and those flashing spotlights,
with brick
a tied in 'a towel, was sentenced -

i NEW MACHINE SHOP the state to five prison years .hard 7he labor fellow at AN EARLY. HOUR WOR. <,
L | *. had been in Kissimmee for about a '. : warning have been given

J? Numerous ; Serve year ing ,to had the done record many, waa bad a acts thief accord and. Wire* Ar. Ready";"Tae Feat of The Net, To* Late To Enter TL. Contest thus-and transgressing some of the dosen the laws of more have care already I Two Brethen From;;; -Alabama, Said iiI

To Keep Realty Me. Out Of The It; Is possible had committed crimes Story Store: Severnl. Needed Parts For A Substantial Prize la Tb paid the oenalty. Up to very I Have Been Robbing Right V sad Left
Pessimistic Colnnm! recently the ordinances and the state
j attributed to 'Others. Are Expected Here Daily MUipelled Word Contest Now In '
laws Couatr Jail
Chester Waldman and William regarding these matters have i I .
T Numerous transaction have taken Lang, two lads from the nortli plead- There is a feeling'. In the heart of There ja no- doubt that every advertisement been disregarded as they are' 11a\ I 2.r.mIth.and; 'hi.
,the .. brother- IL..Ar -t-
l place pastLJweek -but there soems guilty-of-breaklrtg'enterin the erectors of.the appa".tus--nowr appearing" in The Gazette - countryvillager -
P to be. no ret'cence!' regarding; the "announcements garage at Saint Cloud and stealing a place on, the roof of the Lyles V.' Sto ii carefully scanned-for tllereare..tho.lL1vho.DoLonly.loolLtbrou In municipal court' on Tuesday these I I Smith, Alabanralans, are now in theOac.eola

V which -might be- 'made. some goods. They were-fined-$250 ryatorethattberewiUkl1othinWtoIll'Pv..nt 11 -were__ _- reported : [ county Jallj.jgnd.Jlie jhargeft.are ...
Nothing has been handled of any and costs, with an alternative of three perfect operation of the receiving advertisements ftnptirrri( four and 3. B. Yarber, Winter 'Haven run- piling up on them to the extent
IL considerable values but there, ia months in jail. The fines and 'costs station, which the peopleof five-but fro' over the entire paper lent n'ng with no tall-light; bond of two that it is
br highly probable that long
more building going on at presentthan'at there knight be dollars forfeited. a
were paid by the parents of the men. Kissimmee be enabled to lie- some trick about UM
V. any corresponding. month in The purported instigator and the ten to what is being "broadcasted'1' distribution of the prizes. M.. C. Tlndall, Saint Cloud, running term In jail awaits them.

several year third of the! trio, was acquitted by a from some of the large stations. hundreds Participants should remember that with no tail-light; bond of two dollars J. P. Smith took up quarter In the
"* John McGilvfhy, who recently leasd "jury of his peers." The two convicted I of,miles away no- replies can be accepted at this of- forfeited. --V I Newby Inn arid very soon there waa lI l-
S a property in the Cape Breene BOC- admitted their share in the crime, That ia what Lyles V. Story and flee after the noon hour Thursday_ C. J. Brown. running with\ no tal' a
4 V ,tion'f_ Kitsimmee,. and who- hails and ''atatedthatthllother'wa! IL--.Barnes are-,sayingwhen.-questioned -, exceDtfwherc.Jettersazepost.dfroni, light!-bond,.of two jjoilara forfeited reported by: !patronsof _that .hnus!. ,
"V from New Jersey, has purchased leader of the criminal act but the aa to whetherthe plantwill outside the city at some hour on S. i L.: Lupfer, Kissimmee running that ifrtlcles'"were! stolen from their
I V'.. through S. P. Dow a corner for a"site ]jury freed 'him. ; be the "real thing." They have mado Wednesday. There have been a number with no tail-light; bond of two dollars rooms. The management took the
'for the machine shop he contemplates of forfeited.A. matter up with the officials-.-but no V
John Carroll, convicted of larceny, a study of general conditions, and communications received one ;
4. erecting. The site is corner of Main was given three' months at hard laborin .labored: with extreme care to neglect full! week .'after the closing: hourln I W. Williams running with' spot accurate traces were ,then discovered.
. and Cypress' streets and he !III' push- the county jail., no po'lnt'which might .mean failure. I, one 'case the correspondent' mailing;I light; bond of five dollars forfeited. H. A. Smith made his home. with A. I
V trig-along the work on the building; Gill Thomas, charged with assault It Is a fact that; the "broadcaster"(\ i Ms\ letter ten days after the time limit Iverson Silver, Tampa. running J. Key 821 Ray street; and he, too, V
Mr. :McUilvray contemplates havinga to commit murder In the first degree; may be "taken" better in the cooler i had' expired. with spotlight; bond of five dollars commenced to accumulate things
very complete establishment--feel- case was continued. weather than when there is weather Time Is tho essence' of this proposition forfeited. V The prosecuting attprneyand tig -'
ing" that there is need for a well- J. P. Smith, charged with breakingand of the opposite extreme yet they I -and The Gazette: is forced to A communication in another portion sheriff put in a Jot of time-In thei>.
equipped fthop. i-nterinir was re!' a,cd under an have taken that matter into refuse communications ought to the of The Gazette signed by the hunts-and finally it was found that
The line of "advancement in new appearance b .nd of $100. I eration in arranging. the plant.consid-I. office evcn one iriinute after the noon chief of police makes the announce. J. P. Smith, who had been discovered
.1 work shows that the trend of" invest- I; The wires have been strung hour. Participants should also bearIn ment that he will continue to make entering a store near the hotel at' an
_V ments is at the north end cf the-city CANDIDATE WITHDRAWS"FROM roof of the story building, and from mind that there should be no more I!{ arrests |as fast as possible-regard- unseemly hour after midnight, had V
..for there have been no improvements LEGISLATIVE RACE there they have been extended to th> I than five words in th* proposed' plo-I less of who may be affectedfur/ all! carried u package to the room of his
of any: note in the southern i j second floor. It will be nerelllla9"therefore. I! (ran-junt five; no more--no less; but i I infringements! of ordinances laws. j brother, and that later the brother
V of KissininiPe for extended J. :It!. WilNon! mend! the I shinned A box nf f..lht i" ..n.C;
'portion un : nnnounc l for those interested an' slog.wdoes not have to lie for "
period of time. i for politics! preference n.. a repreJ J I hearing what may be termed the most j;the advertiser who has the misspells! :! FORMER K1SSIMMEEITEI in A'labarnanearMucreShoal. ; ; ;. The V
At the corner! of ]Main and Vine, | sentatlvc fiom Osceola' opposite the 'filling-station i is being; made last, .' .>('Is.! has withdrawn from' period to pass through the store to the advertisers who are participating I! ties to watch for the arrival of the
V erected a small' store which will be i the race leaving, the Hold open to the second floor where them 'will be in this (contest-and them in no doubt Marion B. Carson; who has been box, to take it, and advise. lie didso
.occupied as a grocery. Thin is. directly | another c od man. C S Acree. In accommodations for many. It would I I that seine of the advertisers will spending the greater portion! of the 1 and then sent the box and contents V
V 'beside the residence at 720 Main 'withdrawllllf from the fie\d\ Mr. Will- be possible to connect! with an amplifier 1 adopt fio slogan which will best fit year at Fort Worth Texas, arrived back to this city. When it arrived '
better known as the Hazel Matthew 'Non sav1"I surely appreciate the and run u horn from one of their taste and suit their fancy.It in Kissimmee' Saturday evening to the box was found to contain
-noue--and occupied the eigl I I many k r-l, encouragements I received the windows BO that the crowds on I Is not too late to commence today -" greet hi. family and to tell of vast many of the goods misse4byth.V
**en feet cpace between thtr house ami 1 after my announcement was made Broadway\ could hear what come in this contest.' The more replies floods of water which have wroughtruin people of KUsimme Tine. street. I hut I .'ii. a great d'al of time in through the air; but such a thing will I received the more interesting will be and havoc in many portions of .and a multitude of extras V'V
!''r' S. P., Vow, who owns his no....<* 'ieonsidorinji' tho matter To make the not be done now-Mr. Story feeling the contest; and The. Gazette: contem- the Lone Star state. Mr. Carson was and Sheriff Farmer lost no time in '
corner o( Main and Vine streets reports -i' canvass w-oiild require more time thanI that in introducing the plant and of-1 I I i templates; publishing; a long lint of for a season In the 'insurance business arresting the' man, who strenuously
the ale of two houses on Vine fed !S'1-.tilifd' in (rivinjf, and should feriiig free service he has done the best slogans after the judges have in Texan, but later has been 'interested denied sending any box'of any natureto
.street, coiner of Aderhold to PeteHightniirc I'l I have }foiu'ii sek-rti'd my duties would i enough for the present. I made their decision ss to the winners i in the oil propositions of which any point.
Mr. Rightntlre propones I have to improve .e proiM-rlles and \ from "i'i- bunk in which I am greatly the several parts of the device I) will be IF not yet determined-but it districts. He will probably leave for June term of the county court.

probably occupy one of. them as hi)'*i'Interested''I' and I cannot afford to I which were ordeivd sonic time ago ': i Is aetured that no one connected with 1 that state next week. ._ REPUBLICAN) MASS MEETING
permanent residence. I Wake the run. '1 r wet the t-ondi-j I from the manufacturers and which Tho Gazette efface\ will bo one of --- --

The. Woodward! Construction: Com' tons very.muehbiit t find that I am | Are expected upon each incoming 1 I them. 1'onsibly the judges will not I(, ENROUTE TO UMATILLA There is to bo n mass meeting of

pany having/ completed all esperialJi forced to take ..11.V nation.: ; train; and when this is done the initial dare let their personality be kjiown; CALLED AT KISSIMMEE the republicans of Osceola county V
V pretty bungalow eorner-of Lako and i : trinl will Li- made before the pub- they. too. may be. a hit timorous. But V held at Saint Cloud on Thursday, \
Main has been employed in orecting KISSIMMEE BOY HONORED !;I II I lie, ia invited in. "These parts may they will be men of ability And wholly i Stealing from business May 4, for the purpose of completely
two others on Brack street, and in' I... here tomoriow." said! Mr. Story unbiased.: ]l cores I reorganizing the and to: nominate
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John Milton Lt.ho is a renior at1'.vt4 t I I Miller, of the Umatilla Kxponnt. : I party
4 also fast completing\ another charm- I .t j j yesterday. Get into the running/ now -tooa)'. I i a full county ticket to be, voted
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p ing bungalow Beside\ th... one"on Main MiIH.elllem, ; )'. at I : --- -- I < and I) H. Nearpass.nusnager of I _
College Park, near Atlanta, nun' been I the Vesta motion picture house at on at the next: general election, ana

streetCOMMISSIONMANAGER, __. d--. : V .*.. OV.f ""f""t"' ?i t in Jiii company, j CLEANING BIG DITCH PLAN NEW DISTRICT j Eu! .
". 41 1 toncongregate .at that time "
and Ms mother;. Mr*. pora S. I lee,: a two-day trip at various ponitJ 'I
; and others$! : relatives: rin Ki<4Rimme... 1 in the central portion of the state ..
: lY1Jt---.itdec1-brl.l;, ; ''In"the appoint I With the visitor were two of film- "
ment. There are'very few appoint- dom' ofinniinir n'trelll'leMrs! Cer'trude :
GOVERNMENT:JLEAM "moats of this_:yhar rf.ecmade. and JA'C and Mrs. Catherine Parkln--' I
: the fact*,that I a-. Kiss utwiphonw V I I son' -Jwho were highly pleased with .
V i boy'.l<.,wae.*neof the>*feW'<"Ul'"plea! "eall'residents I WHEN A RAIN GOMES COUNTY'BoULEV I the rich section"ot. the state*th rbiigflr' PERFECTS-MERIDIAN-"- ::4
-4 STMPy F of Kissimmee.KlIsiMMEE which the trip was made.
AND DEFINEDBrief i - -- I :_ '

METHODISTS 'I City Spendiaf ConiidcraMe Sun In Cititen Are .Becoming Urceat That THIS MAY BE POSSIBLE POSTS.INJISSIMMEE"'

Statement Regarding Some Of AITEND THE OVIEDO i Maldnf Farmers and Tracker Safe The Road aid Bridge District Embraciar IN OSCEOLA COUNTY

V Tie CobdJtien* Which. : Would DISTRICT CONFERENCE I Arainft Ally Possible_ OrerRow I Kissimmee. BeHelieving Enlarged WITHIN A FEW YEARS Federal Expert: Spe*4. Several 1)ay

(j Doubtless .BenefitKiMimmee Rev. and Mrs. H. 1.". Hodnett werein Ia Kissimmee .To' GIft Bail For '
attendance at thy two-day session Many complaint have been made : that additional hard-sui- A possible tax eradicator A munic- "**
*\ The .commission-manager form of of the.district conference which opened ij\ the past that the city authorities fuced tOads will be-. induch'(! to A much ipality-owned oil- well has started a LiuesSurnyonZ. V ,
municipal l government is the applicant at Oviedo Tuesday morning and were lax in their duties in caring for larger growth in populationbecauseof flow of finances in the city'treasury -
tion of business methods to the operation Tuesday evening J. I Overstreet the close-in truckers because the "bipr the fact that' in these :days land, of Long Beach,, Californa.;A contractwas W. M. Hill, representing tbe-feder-
I of a city. Under this system the drove to the conference* carryingwith ditch" which forms the boundary of no matter how excellent the quality, made by Long Beach with California al coast and geodetic- survey!,, ha*
elected commisjioners are simply ai&ard him C. .Wt. Grlf n,.W. B.. Harris the city for a considerable distance is very slow to settlement unless oil company for the sale of spent' several days in Klssimmee upon.speclal
of directors; they do n6t concern -. (L. W: Persons and O. E. Young. hud been allowed to.-fill with 'weed there are good. highway 'near to it 15.000 barrels of oil V the. city's first: request forthe purpose of
V themselves with departmental Oviedo is a little place of seven hun- growth Juidforeign- matter to the extent -there Is being planned a petition allotment of the production. The well making magnetic observations* and
. detail as Is the case under our present dred population located in 'Seminolo that it had been'usele". for the asking'that an election shall be calledto produces between COO and COO barrels. placing In position system. That function they leave countybut it has been a lively spot purpose' for which it was originally create a bond issue fur the perfection a day, the operating company getting! for the use and convenience of aura V
to an appointive chief executive, whia ) the present! week. intended. of several miles of roads which 60 percent and the city the remain-! veyor in all time to 'eome.Numerous
!known: as the city manager. This Heretofore the city did not feel) arc flow, it is said, practically graded '. | requests went to Washington. that the>
official is expected to be an expert that it dared to take, from its treasury and require but little added workto -- -- -, I department raose, to be placed:these,
and need not be resident of the city GRADUATES'PROGRAMFOR the sum needed to complete the make ready for brick. monuments in every'county" in 'thi* -,
at the time of his appointment.On needed work. It did not have the Preliminary work has not been FOUR HOUSES BURNIN state-and, 'although the- request '
behalf of this plan it is claimed surplus cash when it commenced the completed as regards the project but were sent to Washington some two
that the iommission is a more truly EIGHTH GRADE Improvement a short time ago.-yet the outline of the district dcscnbc-1' years ago it has not"" -'
V V representative body than is possible it was felt that the matter could no I$115 commencing' on the Orange county TUESDAY'S FIRE certlv that a qualified\ .jian could. be1, -
ft. under the present system--.first, because longer be po tponed. The work was i istarted. line at Shingle creek following that detailed from the service to'-v ,tt.
not for its A visit to section of the Florida and comply with the -
.t is necessary inem- PROMISES PLEASURE any V \\ater-course southward to the spot I nrgemehts.
hers to neglect; their private affairs to ditch-wide enough to be termed a where the stream empties into Lake i NEAR CRATE MILL '' V'
take part in the running of the city; "canal"-will show the excellence of Tohopokaliga; thence running cast I One of the monuments have been V.
V secrod! because it will make it possibl Lure Class Will'Receive Diploma At the labor thus far expended in mak- I across the lake to its eastern shore I at the local express office .Several
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for men to become members of Conclusion of ing over a useless proposition into'I and to the canal connecting' the two Report That Mach Brothers' Mill Was weeks--and the pre.s. agent asked,
the commission who would make excellent Interesting Program something of actual benefit; and j I ITohopttkaligas; thence following that |, for advice as to what was to be done
: -. representatives and poor man- Friday Eveaiaf at Auditorium |'!while the ditch hiij been dry for a ,I( canal to the western shore of.East[ I Burning Drew Vast Crowd When with the granite: shaft for, V

ag rs. V 1 considerable period there are hopes I I| Lake Tohopckaliga; thence following J. Alarm Called Department I claimant appeared. Each time .he
This commission to receive no snlary The primary Intermediate and[' that no time will be lost by Dame.I the contour of that body of water to made inquiry he was. told that within
I ; their functions are to hire and grammar grades of the Kioninimec Nature in giving' long and heavy i I the ruhge line between ranges thirty I An alarm of fire was given Tuesday, a short time the government official. '
V V supervise an appointive chief executive public schools will close Monday, rains which will fill the ditch to its and thirty-one; thence north to the morning at 9:35:: : at 9:37: the fire I'j I would be in Kisidmmee.V
V called the city manager, whobolds May 8. The,. high; school will con- capacity.This I' Orange county line; thi-ncc running truck was speeding; at 11 :06 the I I.l Upon the eve of his departure for
office at their pleasure; also!!! to tinue one month longer. The regular has been the first season since west en the said county line to the truck was backed into the house.The i 'Sebring Mr. Hill) gave out stow -
V pass ordinances and to contribute tu quarterly examinations will begin the ditch was dug when it was not I I point of beginning. alarm was sent in from MschBrot.hers' I j statements of much interest. He ha*.
the. city government the executive and next Wednesday, and all pupils who needed-even though it was cloggedand I! The amount of bonds tohich will be crate mill] on Vine' street. !been in the employ of the department .
V 4..prcBent element. expect to be promoted will be required of only artial use. Now that it needed should the proposition be endorsed which gave rise to the report that the for some seventeen years and baa '
V Non-polit!I"RI! executive, functions are to take these examinations. is' in a condition to prove its value ,, has not yet been determined plant was burning, and huge cloudsof worked in every state in the Union ,
delegated an official by Graduation exercises! of the eighth there is droughF which has cost there North Dakota then .. V
appointed a as are required some careful cal- the'blackest of black smoke added except ; naturally, ,
the commission' to serve during theii grade, to which the nubile is cordially many a trucker a considerable culations-and the estimates of mileage till farther to the belief. his experience has! been large, and he
V pleasure, to be known ns the city invited will be held in the school i inumber disheartened many a /: sum-I; I together with all other data The fire proved to be in the blockbetween i, has' a fund of information for anyonecaring _.
;V manager. The position of city roanaggr I auditorium next Friday evening. The even at that none should be inducedto must needs be carefully reckoned. Vine and Cypress, opposite i to hear something out of the
to be open to residents' or nonresidents of graduates will pot be i quit.his. _!endeavors.COMMISSIONMANAGER!!!. (Continued on face Three) the crate mill- and, fortunately the 'ordinary. He stated} that these same
the examinations havebeen
; salary of city manager to I I n wind was. directly from, the mill; otherwise -I magnetic observations had once before V
be determined by the commission; the given and J18pE'rllgraded, but the probability ,it, the plant ., been made in Kissimmee, but
the teachers feel said! in there
ctty manager's executive powers to saying GOVERNMENT would have hen lo' t. So strong' wa 'that all trace of any monument had
I .,, appointment and removal and will be thirty or thirty-five. The program been and that V
: &include the wind that fires were set fromjl lout, it was very necessary -
F'general control of all subordinate' *, for the evening is to be a* follows sparks at a considerable distanceone :I for accurate work that one
subject to such restrictions. as may be : ENDORSED BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: instance being at the home of Mr. I should be established. V
March "Georgia Girl" ___ ____
V vnecessary to prevent abuses of powei and !Mrs. J. M. Corhrane at 203 Cy- I When asked why he selected the .' 4
. ,_ without diffusing' responsibility. Thr. Orchestra At time Is I site for the of the monument .
press btreet. one it reported placing .
Invocation_ ______ _Lr. J. A. Sutton
advantages of having a city I '
manager CHARTER BOARD ELECTION SOUGHTThere that seven properties were on fire of granite and the accompanying
Chorus-"When the Roses BloomAR'aln"
V are obvious to any business man. For I monument of wood close the ClubHouse
simultaneously. to
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council, headi are needed lorexecution I -
many ; Four houses w ie destroyed, threeof Mr. Hill stated there wan no q
t. V a single head isremiiredersar I By Grade were two lines of thought "available" and there seemed to have the.m: being occupied 4>y negroes.' special reason for the act-although' V V V V }
.V 1>UHTnes-S-pra tice 'Jcmonatratea -. I r WaItz"IYet'p InYour Eyes"JacoblI discussed at yesterday's luncheon, at been shown that it is practically a The fire started on the front porch of because of the fact that it was on o
V' thin, as does also the success Orchestra the Chamber of Commerce, which had one-man board. The reports however the house occupied by Nancy Zanders. club grounds there was less likelihoodof
: I, we have with our splendid school system Tambourine Drill..Harriette Wilbur- an excellent attendance-and which indicated: an optomistic feeling, who was paying for the place and had I the spot being filled\ with buildings, '
?V when a school board does all its Sixteen Girls was a fine luncheon.One as the board wa'S to allow $3,000 to nearly completed the ,payments. No and there waR a large cleared area
t woric through a hired superintendent. Overture-"Royal Palm"__ __ King question brought about the shoulders the Dixie
was perfect on one was at home at the time when where there would probably be no
V It; ia important to the plan that the Orchestra by the report of those members of Highway between this city and the the fire! started with the exception of growth of any sort for many yearn'-
V -CIty manager /shall be appointive. Any play-"Fairies of Today"____..__ the organization who met with the Polk line.
who that said
i a daughter, asserted the or- if ever. Continuing, Mr. Hill) : '
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Bertha (
aehVme 'which make him elec1s ausSerenad"Nightfafl"
would ?? state road department at' An extended made of
Tampa. the
,. report was igin of fire was a spark from the "There are comparatively few places -
( .,jdve fstsl to the principal.commissionmanager' ___._._ King These of varied of committee I
.... reports were a nature the findings the appointed mill iitackMrs. where the compass needle points. to
; ::JIII The ' form of Orchestra I --but the one feature was the actual to look: into the matter of \ Emma Smith. was occupying the true north. and the amount of de>-
I 'j gwenuwent fixes individual responjU Piano Solo-"Maid of the Mill__- agreement which had been the of of
changing form
previously government of the houses but north different
one destroyed succeeded parture from true ia
_______ .._________ Horvath
VVl bQity land gives to the citizens the r. : made, that the state depart- Kissimmee to a commissioner-mana in saving all her furnishings. in different places.! For example ia see that' law are enforced V Ethel Owen ment would immediately completethat ger ujUn. The report was very extensive Her goods were moved into a cottage the United State* this amount changes
V business matters are attended to.-and Beadingi-"Jimmy Brown' PromptObedience" portion of the Kisaimmee-Mel- ,"'and will appear in these columns nearby. ,from twenty-two degrees west of
V : ) promptly. through. the .powe: of?the _____.___,-____Alden bourne cross-state road, lying within next week in fulL By a vote Tbe property destroyed with the ,north in Maine to twenty-five degree V
recall.'" The I people elect three cornS Carroll Makinson Osceola county when the present county unanimous the report was received one exception of the Zanders home, east of north in Washington and
S ult'llCB..Jln'whom .all towers..rSveated'Over Piano V Quartet"Love by Moon' fund bad been expended-it.being and by a like vote there, waa adopted waa own.'d by Mt,.' Martha Clarkson the places where the needle point t V
these eommiaaionen tnex light"Piano ____...; ____..u-Durand understood that there would be less resolution that the & .. I
p. a asking city council ef, 0& Vine street east, and waR true north are alone: an irregular line
ftave the power of recall. The rom- Ethel Owen No. 1 Geraldine PIano. No Lesley 2 than three mile of work. One of the be urged, to.i call an election of a managed by bar daughter's. husband. : xVidtngT; across the countrjr. from.. 1
M mlasioners appoint, a 'city manager, Ruth committee declared that the department >> commission board to prepare a suitable Martin stokes. There was no insurance 'Michigan to South Carolina. ; V
V: he city manager u'appoints' aU.the Hertberg ft Vivian Floyd on the property all of which "The angle between true Berth, and
Presentation of 'and Medal was woefully deficient in Its charter to.submit to the voter I
officers wjio. like hi 'f. bold Diplomas "
7ier nse I
were. very cheap .affair magn tW north I I. called-the magnetic
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STATE EQUALIZER CHEWING IT BACK I IThey.e [ PERTAINING TO CHURCHES' Lined; of the changes which occur In manager fail ;refuse 'lee truth* s
-" VALLEY GAZETTE the direction and intensity of the performed his duties; the, commissionputs
J: KISS1HMEE J: Christian Church earth's magnetic field." the manager on notice that the
after the date equalizer with a "gat" and a wel : matter must be corrected at once, or ,

elm club; tied J. G. Waggoner, Pastor COMMISSION-MANAGER : 'will get a'manager-who can and ".'
+ "' rUBMRIIBli EVKJIT FRIDAY him his and thllr' attend to ''the businessof
; ; Three counties have-- pulled off perch proved properly
The close his
; ) VALLEY (GAZETTE COMPANY pastor will engage (Continued from Pntre One) --
BT THIC KIS8IMMCU should"the commissioners '
him but dub: sHe here behavior and the :
a ment -
KI8S MLID.: 'LQIUDA Sunday. These are his last during good proper reuse the
l ____ told 'em to raise assessments- -they said; "Be hanged sermons in Kisslmmee for the present.He performance of the duties of his fail or to remedy to them: if condition .

W. B. HARRIS. rresldentH. if we do!I" is deeply grateful for the royal office. All appointive officers are responsible the people will not say that conditions you ).....,
't q4; U. VANS. AC1NKW.: Hecrctary.W. his tack and started back.. treatment he has received from the to and can be.discharged .by cannot or will see recall tare
THOKNDYKP!, Editor So.he changed corrected we you and
U church the public and The the
t city manager '
I \ '* I I I I and is, 'way flew I' Gazette for liberal notices. He returns The city manager Is responsible to put, others in your place who will 1This ,',,
'SltHUCIUrTIOJI IIATKSOn this the he to his northern home at Canton the commissioners and can be removed -I that the city is propeily run. 'C,1,1leav'll
? 2npn in certainly fixes! the responsibility and'
*' Copy. One ve.--------------------'l._._.__...__________ .. Illinois carrying happy remembrancesof for cause. The commission for enforcing the I
Six the
'i < OnTe COI Copy>l..r.! !! -. Month*___,-_____________-.RU I" When the order went forth from the state equalizer: delightful ,, friendships and lov:ng responsible to the people and of can the l beI I performance power of duty'' in the hands! of
cooperation! in the moral and spiritual recalled for non-performance
M Entered at the. I'ontofflos at"'KI..lmmce. Florida.a of taxes Marion Dawson to all counties that realty influences of the city. His successor duties for which they were elected the people. '

y ,: second-class matter) _________ assessments throughout the state mutt be. increased from is expected to be noun on the groundto and their successor elected and Immediately Nearly! two hundred towns and clt-1 .

h All o'nm"lc"lIon" except from authorised. correspondtiita ten to twenty-five percent,''regardless.; he probably did carry; forward the work to still larger installed. Sh uld.any ap lea in twenty-nine states, from Maine! "JI'f I" '
tiita munt ba nlRiivd by the writer. not understand conditions over the state. Neither did success. pointive officer, marshal, clerk, collector to California, embracing a population '!o
.- .. matter will I be returned If_called for __ stood back of him. have 9:60: a. m.-M.p Study in the Travels assessor treasurer, fail or refuse of 25000,00(1) ( have abolished the old ,
__ the board They must of Christ. perform hill duties, form. of council government\ cold are 'i\i\
;I ForetR" Ad..rtl.lnt R.inr..i> tat4v.THEAMERICANPRESJASSOCIATION. I figured that assessors, had merely to add the designated to.00: a. in.-The bible school meets. manager discharge hint and replaces I I now operate,; under the modem up- ".1
.. | percentage: to everything on the roll-and the thing was Subject: "Isiah'sSummons and Re- him with bomeonc who will attend to''to-date bupineRsmethod com mi.- .* .
---.=-.- .... -- ------'-_.., done. '" - IIponse.Y'Le"son.. Come ,study I the duties pf the office.: Should the frinn-iiianaKer! form; --
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w ,b'' FRIDAY, APRil 28, 1922'i | Escambia and Hillsboro lost l"110 l time in ap with us.1:00smCommmuon. __ --- -
,. and a
beforeihe'equeliiei and pro es against the e farewell sermon, especially to the
\ increases which -amounled in some instances to twenty- church. ; "

five percent. Those counties proved that the portion of 7:00 p. m.-The Christian Endeavor comoareBFick -,

i 818l( JOpUOHI FOR mum his order which said the increases' were ordered "afte has for its subject: "Applying" Religion -

[ careful investigation" absolutely incorrect; that no< 7:45 to Everyday Life. ;
p. m.-Closing sermon of the
"careful investigation" had been, made!!; and-that the oroer rmstorilte on "Watchman, What of

', had been issued merely because the -.tatefell that The Night?". -- '
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r more money was needed and that was the easiest way in 7:30 p. m. Wi'nei'Jay. Piayi'
: .; USE HEAVENLY BANKSi Lay not up for yourselves which to get it. meeting. Subject: "Our Mountain -1. ,

. treasures upon earth where moth and.: rust doth The order was, witdrawn from those three counties People; Diamonds in The Rough." .' j
i break and steal;: 3:00: in.-,Friday The Woman's
i corrupt and where thieves thiough p. ; .
; as they were _the first in the field,. Possibly other counties '
Missionary society will meet with: the ,
M But lay for'yourftelv.. treasures in- heaven,, where fy is.J>I, Non.Skld' 1
[ up : dc will hate the temerity to get busy and.- with the president, Mrs S. B., who Premier Tread (' Cord 31x$27.00 :"
1 neither moth nor rust corrupt, and where thieve will have of the 30x3 : fIO.K:, i 1
withdrawal action upon the part of the equalizer as
: not break through nor steal: For whure your treasure precedent it is fair to believe that. all who apply will and Mrs' A. W. Winn will have r.- kid fabric ill N.m-Skid Curd :
+ is there will your heart be lso.-Motthew 6!: 19-21. charge of the program/ on "LatinAmerica 30x3J.It.. ; t. 32x4 30.60 .
have the order withdrawn. The assessor of Osceola
5' s
Waiting for A Living
------------ Etra-Ply; Jt'rlTo. t Cord
county was notified by the governor last that he< (Christ. All of the
year women congrega- aox3i: J 4.nSilPly \ /_ . '
". must have this county show pn increase of valuation even tion arc cordially invited. I Nf\ .4\1? '

, .. though there had been an ensmallment of area within Clincher Cord Coral :

THERE is need of the greatest care in Osceola county few years. This order was obeyed, so far as the a'se Presbyterian Church :$0x317.ST: 34 x 4H- 41.00 :"

{, in the coming primaries in the selection of the candi- sor's portion of the program was concerned. There wasa Rev. W. D I Drench I). I IJ, Pastor Slx-Ply Non-* idP Ti.Jf d.i t... . .., .. Nan-Skid Curd t.
i dale who will do Ins best in the legislative halls at Tai material increase made by him. Cord fttrMijrM 3"-i 19.C, Time to Re-tire 3x661.10: .4
9:45: a. m --Sunday mihool. 80 x
lahaiset in way of constructive economy. There are However when the order for a ten percent increasecame 11-00: 1\. -Worship: and nermon Buy Fisk "; ,

three varieties of economy; careless destructive' and for Osceola county the commissioners as well al; 7:00: p. 'm.--Junior Christian: Endeavor ;,,1
constructive. The Iwo first-named have been too commonly! the general public made remonstrance. If the stall limcr prices on Fisk Cord Tires are interest- I-

The last-named is the tim had careful 7:00: p. m.---Senior; Christian 11- Ting tire value than 1 '
used in the past. at present equalizer made investigation, as was declared. deavor. to j y cm bccuufrc they buy more

: a most vital point. he failed to show where that. ten percent should be< 8-00: p. m.-Services. tires can give Comparison with
\: An examination of the money expended by the slat added. The county officials do not lake kindly to the 8:00: p. Wednesday Prayer higher priced \

E 1 in its various stages is interesting ---<:omidering projectdeclaring that it comes at a period when thereis sprvi..p. other tires will show you Fisk are bigger, stronger, 4"Dd ........ r
t that each administration has made many pre-election less income to the farmer from what he has to sell and Christ's ChurchPentecostal lower priced throughout the range of sizes. 1

promitei of an economy which would bring all needed when high freight rates upon both what he has to purchase ( )

.I thingi! at a smaller expense la 1911 the state spent 2. and what he may have to ship are working over- Corner Brack and Oak Streets There a flik Tim uf extra value in every size

s I' 965.089.40; in 1920 the state spent 837528699. This time. for car truck or speed wager t

,\, t" means that in eleven years there has been an increase omere If this county is to demand cancellation of the or- Sunday Waller School Lorenz Superintendent.,

\ than five million dollars-which means an increase: der for increased assessment values there should be no '\

t i );, of about three hundred percent in that time. There i isk' time lost. Better always to leadthan follow. Sometimes 10:00 a. m.-S"ndl\<'11001. Inter

J: every indication that there will be still more increases leaden may be in error--but in such cases there ie national lesson. Classes: for all ages

:. nalcti r there shall' be a sufficient majority to force conscr always the publicity to be gained; yet a proper protest cial 11:00 bible a.teaching m.Divine; worship. Spe-

'd" t ration. might be of great advantage to the county of Osceola. 7:30: p. m.-Divine worship. Praise

0 :s Osceola county has thus far but one candidate for ---- --- ." --- testimony. Inspirational Inin.c.
t\ ,! legislative honors who bears the impress of t being willing BUT NOT A "DEEP WATERWAY" 7:30: p. m.-Thursday. Praise. Tes ....,..' ,'
# do the best he in honest for the entire timony. Preaching
u." : to can an manner - -- Everybody cordially invited to all\
.' : county. He makes boast as to his ""manly beauty" "
nQ TITUSVILLE has a business men s club which meets services. "Come. "Pray. "Be- .
his "attractive It is also believed "
especially bearing. -
at luncheon each week and plans for better thing*-along -..
that is real His friends and diiiIf
he gifted-orator.
; the same Hoes as does the Chamber of Commerce of Kis- -.; .'
gent supporters ,make no such claim for him; >ut they
imme. At recent meeting President W. B. nobeon ,
are firm in assertingtijat ,k*'i is net in the habit of issuing a very The Young Peoples' Social Club TIRESTHERE \
said the big thing for Titusville after i.a is
next to
bogus checks; that he has never attempted to loot the go met at the home of Mica Virginia t
canal from Sanford Titusville via the chain of
where several .
Lesley Friday evening, .
w of thousand dollars thousand .
county treasury two -nor two ...
lakes between the Saint Johns River and the Indian river. hours and ,
happy were spent dancing ; ,
ti honest that he .
that he his ii
cent: ; pays accounts; A delicious salad
"Connecting Florida's two greatest riven will provide a playing games.
fE !tOt tricky in his actions between his fellow men; and oourse with punch was served. Misses -
't deep water ship canal from Jacksonville to Miami. __ ,
that h. can justly stand on hit record which is not Virginia Lesley and Alberta -- -- u -
s'' There have been several surveys for such a project. Brunson hosteiues. G..u t+fOOO..ouou.oo..u'oOOtO'O '.'
splashed with violet.. If there is anything "rotten" about were I
ss running from Lake Monroe through Lake Hamey to the -
.**$1..." Acre,it is yet to be found out; and if it can belearned" canal on the east coast. Some ten years the federal A torpid-liver nerds an overhaulingwith } : .
I .by sending him to the legislature it would even Herbine. Its benefits are immediately A <
authorities replied to questions pertaining to such
a measure
then be the of the commence apparent. Energy takes
to advantage county to "
that the enormous expense of cutting hrough'east of the place of lazinesH, appetite returns, *
with 'welt-intended than tend IS NO EXCUSE ,
a, man deliberately to
I Lake Harney where there would be a considerable stretchof and the hour of rent brings with it < ?t.( ,
q ': "Tallahassee one already discredited mileage that would demand fully a thirty-foot cut toobtain sound refreshing aleep. Price, 60c. '' FOR ANY PERSON ;.,, I." I ',4; I
hat served in the 1 Igislatureaad'was'foreed
i.IMr..Atree two terms Sold by J. Z. Robefson.CEODET1C .
: ,, his even a passageway for small boats ,would not be .' GENUINELY DESIROUS.OF ':t k: \ '
work .
to strenuously'upon return to _
..:.....;... the justified at that time by the traffic which might follow. SURVEYOR .,
--- settle the hills incurred in' )hi absence in laboring for I.It is possible however that at this'time there may'have PROCURING EITHER BY :

!.' county. Possibly one stenographer could have easily Continued from Par One) 1
been change -of opinion and that such action might be j
"taken down .all the speeches he made on the floor of
;t declination variation of
the canal what
induced; yet after reaching east coast or compass
r, (henhouse.during! hit term of office-yet the legislative is there. to be found to justify the term of a "deep water the needle. True north may be determined SIZE PIECE OF EXCELLENT
ntemblrs rj.alized that. he was always present to look approximately t>y means of a
ship canal from Jacksonville fo Miami>
carefully. after, all threatening conditions. No acts of compass or more accurately by a mag- STRAWBERRY LAND ON .1
The east coast canal is hardly navigable by small
netometer. In the magnetometer the
disloyalty were countenance by him-no bribes passed TERMS ENTAILING NO
auDches. A houseboat drawing eight feet of water can- compass needle" is replaced by a cylindrical
into, his- hands and he returned with clean
garment safe bar magnet suspended by a
r not in safety make l\e trip. As a rule it is perfectly CASH PAYMENT :
,Better a mediocre record with a forget-me-not scent than silk fiber. ,
for rowboats and skiffs but a real ship drawing eighteen > 1
t .,a "brilliant! record that stinks to heaven." "An compasses are often in error, WHATEVER
woufd have
feet or sixteen or even fourteen feet tobe
sometimes by as much: an half a degree
yL mounted on skids and then propelled as were the old- < the United States Coast andGeodetic (
.STATE DEPARTMENT RATHER SMALL POTATOES style canalboats on the Erie canal in New Yorkby Sur\e has made magnetic )') ;'

u r ,. torse-power. It is always well to look matters squarely observation at nearly every county See or Phone ,;
PERSONAL animosities have no place in the actions the and allow zeal of neat in the country and ut many other
in face
; not to paint a picture an about BOOO in all. Moat of these .
r of public officials. An automobile club of Columbia impossibility. magnetic places stations have been markedin H. A. HUNTER t

ll county wrote toll B Phillips chairman of the state Mibstantial and true -
------ -- - a manner i i'
te, road department asking that state roads 2 and 4 be finished DOES IT PAY TO BE HONEST? I bearings of prominent objects have Golf Club*

x "' before catrying on work in other portions of the been determined 1 sothat local surveyors -: PHONE 27, three rings, KISSIMMEE ( "'

-state. The letter was signed; by Max!; M Brown president ------ I I may have the. means of. testing I \ t

.of the club. Mr. Phillips wrote back to the club. re- APPARENTLY the Chamber of Commerce of Wil--I their comp s e" '1 :
1 .:, "These observations have shown .. \
iston prefers to unconstitutional l I./aw. enforced asaaaa'aoe+aatwaaooo ; turning the petition and said: see an / i that in !some sections of the country 'I'
than to have the legality of the measure tested before !!! are areas of local disturbance where I > '
4 I did not 'observe until this morning that this '
the supreme court as that body has gone on record as the magnetic declination changes very
,: x "communication bore' the name of Max M. Brown asa strongly condemning the action of S. J. Cunn representing I' rapidly in going; from place to place, I
president Understanding that this Max M. Brown and where compass surveys would be
that county in the last legislature. '
It the same person who represented the board of Mr. Gunn carried the law the I I very unreliable or even impossible. t
gasoline to
supreme Some of these areas. are explained by POLL TAX NOTICE
fa; t bond trustees of Baker county in certain matters court and that body handed down a decision that_ the i the presence of iron ode, I hut othersare I'

t, concerning some bonds which were afterwards delivered law authorizing the collection of a special gasoline tax not in any way indicated by surface -. ,

to this department. I am now advising you invalid. The Williston commercial body apparently conditions.
that this office will not receive and place in its filet was I I "Not only is the declination different -
the of the law
cared long
nothing as to legality -so as I in different place, but it is also
,k any communication from an organization' with which it raised about three-quarters of a million dollars annually I'different at the name place at differ- .

I this individual is connected. for the use of the state road department "of which ent times. At Indianapolis, for exam- THAT IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN '

f= The point at issue now is: Shall an employee of a large percentage is drawn from the tourists." ple, the declination was I 6 degrees east .

i' Florida allow a personal spite to mitigate against the Of course Gunn is to be "fired.** Had he looked i..- in 1915.1820 Hence and it'only is necessary one degree to east repeat In t

progress of needed improvement-or is it to remain a '0 anything else committed by the legislature of whichhe observations at certain selected stations The Primary Election

"$ proven assertion that the state road department ii likea was a umt-f-sotnething that was drawing a percentage at intervals of a few years to ,:

political mountebank, spending the money of the people from the residents and not from the tourists matters determine' the rate of change. In the

? ? < at its own sweet will) would have been all right without a doubt-although its United b'r.tes ut the prevent declinationare time both
i' the sold west declination and east TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY JUNE 6
safe to assert that full gasoline increasing except for a narrow ,

t WHY NOT STATE FACTS FAIRLY) in the st.te--prot>.bly tree-fourths-- bought by Flo- i belt west of the line of no variation,
in which east declination is decreasing. -
ridians.The Williston Chamber of Commerce impul- )
NUMEROUS exchanges, are carrying the duplicate is very I I Ialve. 'The direction of the compass nee

;, paragraph to the effect,of disputing a "rumor' that Park dle also changes in the course of the :
.s Trammell! would make ho run for the senatorship from day often by as much as 15 degrees. Taxes Must Be Paid i iON ,1''

Florida. The truth is that there has never been such a ru- THOROUGHLY endorsing aH The Gazette said edi- The extreme easterly position occurs ,, ,
the excellent features of what is styled about 8 a. m.. and the westerly ex
A mor; and the idea of disputing it is merely an excuse. for orially regarding treme about 1 m. This means

r aa. securing more publicity for the man who has been a candidate , -the "Dobson Plan" for the locating of the state capital that if a surveyor p. ran a line a ;

d : for something ever since he was weaned. He has without the expenditure of one dollar'of the public funds mile long by compass about 8 OR BEFORE SATURDAY MAY 13 :'i,

always been successful also in winning that which he the Bradeotown Journal reprints the editorial from The a. m. and then attempted to rerun .'
'sought Thus the roundabout method of pre.uppounlleoDditioD Gazette and adds that "the article meets the unqualified the line at 1 p. m. usinv the same I' I

which 'existed and preachment approval of the Journal." Practically publication compass bearing his two end points
yt a never uttering every might be as much as 20 feet apart. rcu
+; .u D i sensible nor logical. It is far better to say i "Park in South Florida is of this opinion-and some are mean This "diurnal variation as it I.i

r-, Trammel! i i. still after the job of national senator from enough to add that the only objection' to the plan is that called' Is quite systematic the range

y' Florida, a* was naturally expected.. and i i. going to do his t.render* it impossible for a bunch of grafters-and there being: gees tel'ln summer than\ it I.I in L. Bandy
hosts of such skin fortune 'out of the winter and increasing with increase of .
1t. -best to get a* many vote a* possible. are' --to a state or latiMid.-The Coast and Geodetic
r the people of tb ,-tate. It is doubtful if even the state Survey maintains five magnetic TAX COLLECTOR ;

SIMPLICITY, of all thing i i. .the hardest to be highway department could get a graft from this plan- observatories, at each .ot'which a

T y efl--Stale., V .. and that" is a very broad assertion. continuous V photoffrapMc' record: la ob-

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R .': j; EPISODE No.'ELEVEN .5- "Just Dropped 1n" "TorchyAlaCarte". Aesop's Fables Topics of the. Day 1 Christie Comedy -.4

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HP' euro and place your orders for EXTRA FINE POTATOESr MISSIONARY SOCIETY METI I I going1 to the dogs-and has llcana registered will be an'easy job

LOCAL tho perfectly sanitary milk, delivered RAISED BY SCHINERER reached the dog. nearly after the June primary is pulled off. .'
; fresh at your door a* ordered, at The regular meeting of the Presb-. I' England
only 16C per quart. Order from the Some fine specimens of terian Missionary Society wan held At the annual meeting of It a public official of gives ,.

.., HAPPENINGSX Sanitary Dairy Company. 16-tf potatoes were being shown in Klssimmea at the Chapter House Monday after- Bankers Association just held Inj J I out without proper authorization, .In"i

. ;' i.' f The drying rack for use of the fire'' on Monday by C. Schinerer, noon, with Mrs. W._B. Makinson? and Gainesville.-special: 'commendation was formationobtained- course of
his official duties utilizes it for
:department, whichwas have been : who ownsa farm 'lieap' the county Mr': M. E. Turner as hostesses.The ,given to the plans being developedfor or
"f ir ". O. L. Buckmnvter, osteopathist t:I t ronstructed-Bome webka since, has not home on the brick road. Possiblynone meeting was called to order by training In business at the university 1- private criminal purposes, he becomes liable to
better have been in the president, Mr*. Makinson. who, Florida the membersof prosecution.
a ; Saint Cloud. Office in Conn building. yet taken form. Now that the new produced of ,and .
\ t" w S. W. Porter, president of the Saint none has arrived the need of the device this vicinity this season--as they Are conducted the devotional service: the association were_urged to PLAN NEWMSTRICT
"' good size smooth. and which was followed by the business I the with reference to the .
1J. ,. Cloud Chamber of Commerce was i 'is sorely appar nt._ well-shaped spread news r
: solidly built. Mr. Schinerer had two meeting. The society decided to pay i j short course in fundamentals of biisl- ( nntln' .'* -p-: Pare !Onej _
tranaactingbuaineliS in KisHimmee For sale: Only remainnig east- "
on of these and used fertilizer: at ten dollars toward the Overlleaa.-Hvil4 Df ffitiiwlt'lt1; -. '
. 'i Monday. front lot, on bust residence block in acres ii eaa-W-bo-gweii= : :: "Wofe,7c"6mplete details WitFfo"-made f)
,\', the rate of eleven hundred pounds to pital fund. the summer school Wednesday, Jllne14 public as soon -as perfected. It I U
\ town. Inquire 122 South Vernon
\.t Shaves, I So; haircut, 35e; children I' nvenue. Ifi-ltx the acre. There must be taken into I An interesting program was givenen I to Wednesday, August 0, under known, however that there are several -
25c; at Casino! Bmbur Shop: 18-tf consideration, in inspecting these tubers << the f'ubfpct' : "The American. Negro I[the auspices of the general extension roads in the county which are

sat Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Smith, of I The department wan/ called outVerlnl'lIday that this section of the country and M ssions in Africa.-1- -Leader, I'division of the university and the sadly in need of hard-surfacing; in

b Mount T>l"ru. have been guests of '' \ afternoon to handle ngragH has been almost wholly without rain Miss Litrel.: I Mrs. W. H. Dresch sang. I I summer school fact, it is the desire of those who

II,; their jelutiven in Klssimmeu-:Mr. and Are in the vicinity of the homeof since the planting of the seej: -which "Under His Wiiifrs," and Miss Lena I have the good of the county at heart

(; Mrs. Ernest (wren, 409 Mabbett\ Mrs. Frank J. VanDuzer, 205 means that these. potatoes have been Lord rendered two piano solos. : "'Poc- F. L. Hursthouae. who trained much that these roads shall be given a
,* street. i Beaumont avenue nouth. The alarmfounded attaining growth under most adverse I cadorn" and "Oriental March, which I' publicity last year over the state by brick surface.
I .'- at 2:58: ; the engine rolled i at circumstances.' The has were much -eei'ited. .
shipped npp s'innfruit"
the famous
Tanlac In the people's medicine and introducing: "pn These roads are mentioned> as the
the :3:00: ; engine wan housed at 3:17. Borne of these potatoes to fr'e 'dIn I The meeting adjourned to Monday in localities committed
1' people themselves! hnve made it many one extending from Libby's Hill on
what it is. Central Drug Store. Alias. Mattie Belle Harris, who has Kansas-so as to show what may May 29.FIrridn. II suicide in lakeland last. week. HA the Saint Cloud road to a point be- y

.,& k Five' hundred feet of fine rie-v hose. bcnn principal of the grammar" glade be produced here.VISITED I 'wag formerly a captain in the British tween Macy Island and Dick Island
of the Kthools Winter Haven ------ -
for the lire of lur [ air service.. Less than a yetr fltroI ,-a distance of approximately between
,,1 A from the Rhipiximr department) cr ate wn* unloaded "'J(: the putt school] year, returned on AVON PARK 8LA Tpr7 I when financial success seemed' dose nine and ten miles; extendingthe ;
r m on Tuesday r ,
,l and five minutes later was on the fire Sunduj .la her home in Klsffmme" Mr. and) Mrs. W. II. Tunnx-lifTe; -of j \ :nt hind rfie married a rlaufhtor! of road from where the paving end
truck i accompanied f hy C. ,I. Taylor. Mist Saint Cloud] arrived for .\... H. ) Earl Crawford, of Griffin.: Of late a short distance beyond the county <
.l Harris Bchnqls have completed l the Wednesday ., .. ... .. .
DuPontV lile i < a visit of several week with Mr. andMi" I -"I'.w-- - -- his business in passion fruit dropped 'i! home to Hast Lake at llilliard'n Island -
Try Acton' Ri'pj'r- i term and are clnsed.. -, S. J. Ti)>lett. During their stay ,to a low point, and he wforced: h''I with one mile on the BoggyCreek
ing. HO I Emmett '
{ Mroet. Phone 17 For sale] chuap to settUan, estate'One here they will maUi Fide trip to I now haN fifty two ncAtpdit- i,take no other work while his wf) road; and a two-mile stretchin
3 14 tf five-room house, turimho', 41 in South Flor dn joins c'-I son or high schools, as against forty secured a job as n ,, hooltelll'h-!'. The ? the Partn; Settlement It I is believed -
, places ,
.,,,, .- f Polk eounty papers speak highly: of Neptune Road Cape Breeze; also. on' many as for a. Fort Myers on the west.(\, and !i one year ago. I act can be attributed only to financial by those Interested that the
the class sermon delivered ut Mulberry \ four-loom houx"unfurnished on d<*u- conditions. I need of these: roads I is! imperative to I
Moo Haven the south. Mr. Tun-
e on Up to lust I :Saturday" Ha tin had) I I
last Sunday by Iley..1. A. Button. Hi1 lot lit :'J1K! Sunnier btievt. Inquireon nicliffo. wh
1) I D", of Kissnnnieo. jiieniirtcs. MJSH. Lena Lord administratrix moved to Smnt; 'loud a few years aofrom : shipped of: more thin twp'v hand. e !Icar' I Un'css there is a more completeregiMrat'on j entire county; that they all pass
; 2-lf |it.tdoes wince the season op for the June -ipnr' i through land which Is highly productive -
r The offices or lr W L Winn are () New York city, is i ened. \ n
new Incited only in Stint rioiH 1. Knninrn. upon the streets yet>rday and managing director of the Hank i -- I and unless more people pay their; po'l' but which at the present time Is

Phone 122. (Offlie in Odd 1 Fellowblock. -" were heard to the effect that P.e! of Saint Cloud.Avon I'.irk Pilot. There in to he a conference of state tax, tho democratic 'Vote promises to II but little In demand because of imperfect
'\ U-tf. Bas and Mrs. Hazel Matthews were [I Christian: l Endcnvcrs to open a three he light-and there is a possibilitythat transportation facilUts: ; that the "
DISCUSSED TOURISTS CAMPSAt more than the customary. number I I completion of these highways wouldbe
married in Orlando curly this week 'd-iy I'1'.ioll at Lakeland commencinc
Mayor H. H. !\IIIrl"turn'tI l from ;
(lose. of the col It of republican office-seekers will\ indticive to a large Increase of -
(iaincavilte inspect; on society Friday, May -an ) there
: where he culled promise"to
was on of a recent meeting of the Moth- pull a picking. uvnl county is contemplating population and a subsequent increase .
uhtns in each the Orlando papers be a large attendance.The .
account of the illness! of his mother, however fail to show corroborative I ers' Club there was a discussion as. that its registration. i is only of the assessment roll; and that for
on Saturday night. lie left hid moth. evidence of the rumor.any to the desirability of tourists camps: little town of Cocoa is conimencinir at the ten thousand mark while every dollar invested in good roads ,

.er slightly improved. as. to whether tourillts' children should the erection of a steam laundry Hillsboro eountv has touched the there Is a return to the county or the t
.. ; You cnn have a silc-ndid appetite, Tanlac is unquestionably the most pay tuition in the schools and as to ; yet the citv of Kis"lmmpeRnnnt thirteen thousand; and it may be taken district of several times that amount.
perfect digest/ :on find Bound, restful widely talked of medicine in the state. laws-but the one concordant erect and support one. The Lakeland as a granted fact that evt'y re- More complete details will be given Was ..,
sleep by taking Tan lac. Central Drug. world toilHv and, t hoe who once u*>cit noto was the law enforcement As laundry Is securing a large clientele' publican in the state has registered, matters progress In anv- favorable
Store. invariably buy it over and ov..r111C"lln Carrie Jacobs Bond in the little song To determine the number of repub- manner.

r 7<''' Bad debts collected or no pay. Results nnl tell ther; friends of the she taught her young son that the Rev. George W. Benn. of Fort My-

.. guaranteed. J. M. Willson. dii- splendid! results. they have der'ved* "U. S." on the brass buttons of hisfllther's ers, has been indicted by the grand : "' r
,t' tract manager. 15-tfc from its u, c. Central Drug Store. coat of blue meant US, so jury of Lee county on three countsof h!r

'" li. U. Woodhum<< formerly of Kishin .- the women believe "U. S." means US defamation of character the y A' ."

i John,H.was BaiMtlen In Klsnimmce, of. the Kennnwilledistrict Wednesday mee'but now ;'n the abstract bun. : and each hal! her duty in the,. body votingwoman being the highly .".' . Y YJnN
t on
Mr. Baisden Is in the field ness at. Jo'o.t Myers was recently politic. teemed daughter of a physician of ';:'\'

.. married to Miss Sybil Hunt of Cot- that place. ...-.. '"
-Z5 for nomination for .county comrninsioner. ? LUNCHROOM
:lOnibu, Ohio, and the couple made a CLOSES TODAYThe :
and his announcement may hem tour through some of the more north- The continued drought has affectedthe

found in another column. erly of the southern states. Mr school lunch room will close I flowing wells in the vicinity of ,
his week and the committee in New Smyrna. All have lessened their .
Found: a man's belt.all at the I iWoodham U well and favorably .F rr'r
..' office cf The Gazette, describe property known. in Kissimmee and Osceola charge, believe it not advisable to I flow, and some have ceased altogether ,

\. "', a, I pay forty cents and take that county. continue oprattons after the closing'' ; and this condition, in connection
belt. 20-It of the grammar grades. Next week with the careless use of the city is
Wc still orders for the
fj are booking
X; .
;j the attendance would be irregular because I brinR'ingabout worry. '
best milk and cream to be found In '

.: I ,. Florida-delivered'nt .your door night lunch-room of will examinations hot be open-hence after'to the j' The first annual convention of the
t or morning at a price lower than ev- Florida Florists Association will beheld
day. The' year hat been satisfactory, ..
'' $ er. before. Satisfaction guaranteed. and there is no financial deficit- in Lakeland on Friday Mav 6,

: TetleysTea Sanitary Dairy, Lee Rogers, proprietor. thanks to the county commissioners, and there is every reason to believe

\ : Call. phone-127 two short, one the' city council and the public in that fully one hundred members of
._ 'long. 20-tf general. The Mothers' Club is very I' the association will be present. An
The regular monthly meeting of grateful for the many kindnesses of excellent program has been arranged. .

.J the Woman's Club will be held at the the public, this year and previous

[Chapter House on! Tuesday afternoonat years, as every request made known I Bradentown city council has issuedan ." , .
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all and
3:30: o'clock. There will be a meeting has met with a generous response.NARROW galvanized '' .
of the executive board at two I awnings projecting over the \
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ESCAPE OF CHILD : walk in the business section of the ,f> 'I ,.
Demonstration !-. city must go-"and go quickly." .,"., ''.\

I urged that all officers be on hand at A little daughter of John B. Han- Wood awnings fashioned after cer- <' .,I t

,, I that hour. sell was slightly Injured Wednesday tain specifications will be permittedbut .,, ) '
FREE TO ALL CALLERS. I .. afternoon at the corner of Main and the old rattlety-bang metalones '''''\. ''"
The cattle on the Kls immoe prairie SEALEDAIRTIGHT ,"
,, -r some miles south of Kissimmee, Park streets. by being; run into by a will not be tolerated.
driven child hadlust ;,' ;'r
car by a negro.
SATURDAY are suffering greatly. because of the alighted from a car driven by The News published at Jasper. ;f'
1': j jI lack of water. Practically every wat- Hamilton hesitates. to
.. { !Miss Ruth Herzberg, and ran from county never
I, 5 er.hole4'll1s dried up and many cat take fall out of' the road department
behind a state -
car to cross the street
MONDAY tie have died of thirst. Parties who
i when there and! :
when the good
- I car struck her. She war
have recently returned from that lo-
sufficient grounds" and it b* said \--:4
t thought at first to be seriously hurt ; mflY <
TUESDAY 'cality vivid of th'
give descriptions
t- [ but later it was learned that her injuries that the News has published more interesting
suffering which rain
only a heavy can were slight. Those who saw facts pertaining to that ov '

nlliiy. the accident exonerate the who er-promising and under-performing
.'fit t.' LADIES ESPECIALLY INVITED :Mr. and Mrs. W II Wyson left on was driving at a modest. pare negro, from aggregation than any dozen papers : .
Saturday for their home in Eaton, all blame. in Florida.

; Ohio-making the journey in the "old -- ,- -- ( ,rv _
*z t': Ford" which has made five round PYTHIANS VISIT ORLANDO The thirty-fifth annual session of I f i e
[ y
V pram OMP'Y trips from Ohio to K:ssimmec. Roth the Florida Horticultural Society will I'

1 U the visitors declare that it would There were many Pythians and! open a four-day session at Lakeland/ "
> practicalv! be impossible for them to PvthiAn S'aters' from Kissimmee\ at commencing Tuesday. May 2. The. .
without Orlando when the will be devoted to subject''
live a year spending a portIon orr Wednesday program a.
of the time in Kissimmee, and Ornnd Lodge" was in annual ...e..ion... of particular interest. to citrus grow

; - 'pledge til nisei vej. to be here early in and more than a thousand membersof ers Lakeland being in the heart of O ) Guaranteed tryfri'43i40G34044s6 '

the autumn. the order filled that city. The the Florida Citrus area. However, sr iSrms /

4 Mrs. F. A. \Meyers of 303 Aderhold Pythian Sisters of Kissimmee werr grapes, avocados and sub-tropicnl ? sryijL vie
> KiA
fruits ornamentals lawns and other *
':4tir street, has been entertaining for two honored Wednesday evening when ,
weeks an old-time friend-Mrs. Wil- they were invited to put on the work subjects. will be discussed.. -
----- -- --- - --
liam \Mann of Grand Rapids, Michi for the edification of lodges less cap- ( 004 .OtotoOOt.tOOtOO..OO.OO.t..O O. r
People of Arcadia have been gloriously ] .
able and much
praise was giventhem.
gan-whose first visit to Kissimmeewas
The Pythian Sisters of Kis- taken in by the Indian. Running :
made six '
some Mrs. I
THIS years.ago. simmee have but few equals ,in the Deer, who has frequently put I .
Mann la greatly delighted with Florida -
r. skin '
in various
I over games portions
state and
wAY -- no superiors.
-and finding precisely what she of the state. Running Deer's tacticsare
wished for at DeLand closed a deal stunts .
KISSIMMEE ENTERPRISE always prefaced by some ,
for a property there, and will henceforth and his conversational abilities prove
be a regular winter resident.J. .
to be winners; consequently his first

;; :, On the Way C. Buckles, of the municipal K. D. C. Wtatson. of the Wat.nnHall appearance is always financially pro-
electric plant, who waif sent by the .. ] Manufacturing CompanyKissimmee. fitable to htm-even though his pat- Better Biscuits

city council to Gainesville for a week was in Plant City Saturday : rons lose their eemoleons.
to SafetyThere's when there was a short course in and placed his line' of Florida-

electrical work being carried on. returned made properletary remedies with Former Governor tilchrist has
to Kissimmee greatly enthused ; threatened to "start another paper at 1
"v"t's ding! store, which will have
regarding the service the university the Plant City Punta Gorda", if the editor and owner au made with .
rendered. There were experts In agency.Dr. of the- Herald does not stop mixln'
; Watson's of
a way to flop worrying and various branches of electrical work which preparations, some with him. The editor of the Herald
said have
: I care*. There's way to male your to deliver daily lectures to answer will are be advertised to here. They merit al- told the doughty ex-official to go HONEY BOY FLOUR

. property secure collateral at your every conceivable query, and to prof- ready have considerable distribution ahead and start it, and Intimated that
1t + 'i "I" decal fer advice regarding the newest throughout the state.- Plant City If he couldn't write for his paper any (Self Rising) '
things important to an electrician; Courier. better than he writes occasionallyfor

This is to take advantage and Mr.' Buckles feels that the city's other papers that he'd be tickledto .

"I I ) of way the sound insurance investment' was, sin excellent one. POSSIBLY FIGURES ARE WRONG death to exchange with him.. The very highest quality flour and leavening

'A policy of the Hartford Fire BUT THE OTHER FOURTH The tarpente union of Lakeland The Macclenny Standard has been scientifically! mixed.. At your grocery.Distributers. "

.IV : f Insurance Company. Fire Is much exorcised because the contractors reduced to weekly of the same size asa .
, Someone wanted to know where al' : on the Methodist university 9x12 dodger and the editor is having . 9

1, I may stalk abroad tonight the bartenders went when the mnatry at that city have brought their worVmeq a hard time In even'Issuing a paper .

Be on guard. went dry. That's .easy. About 'city in that.Urge.'Baker'has been knownas -X000'a
three-fourths of them are on the pay; ma. 'A communication in the Starofthat the toughest county In Florida .

'" ,. \' Let this agency protect year Interest-. roll of the government: hunting liquorto city. asserts the men brought in where every- law-I. being continually ,
"confiscate" with Uncle Sam ,furiilshlnar "- broken, .wheremob law Is, prevalent, : ...,
but ;
are receiving fifteen cents
the. for them '"' an Bah MiDiIIic.;: R.. 'C:W..A.7c..r.-
to .
:. Carson Farmer money 'buy how. where'officei'll are lax In their dutie.reprdlng' '
. I the evidence; two-thirds of which is 'snpression of violence c $eyrary lea OrUmie i j

I" I used to keep the said bartender in ,_ If you would be happy scatter happiness. -< and sometimes-even'join with the law. ... -' -. . ..- - '

. ,r "'\' .. AGENT .his usual spirtak.Lakeland Star. : less; and as a. result. the entire area is ,.' .... .'to. 0.. ... . .. .....,.It ......"- ... .-._ ,.,...-It !., . . .',. t5.

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.' ,We hive received thw* week a new shipment of Men's Palm Beach Suits, and we offer them at prices r .Haberdashery ,; .f .. .
that wig Save You A Few Dollars .
Men' Army Officer's. Style-Brown -Oxfords; .: _: -_=. ---_:-.__,,.=-_-=- == =-. = ::_= ---:=:-$5-50 ""= __ and Shoes :tt ,

Pongee.; ; Shirts; i in Pongee-Shade- also; Plain- White.with. -:- Button-Down Collar, each _.$1.75 KISSIMMEE'S MEN,WOMEN, AND BOYS' STORE i
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'; Big Special Men's Hats, regul--i-: ; $3.00: our price
$' : ...... "'. __-_- -- Men's--Straw--. -Hats, at. -,--each- __-_-__-____-..____-______.--________________________ --==.. ., -_.ZTESc'-. .. ShoThaLAre_ Sho cin } t Ie _omfort=: uality--and'rerfecrrilt i ;!

,. .,\1, ; Wash Ties in Silk Stripe, each_"*:____.______________________________--___. .--------:--,-.-$1.69-- Our Name is Back of Everydunf We Sell Yon-and. We [
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; (L W. PERSONS COMPANY ; 'Our'Prices Are Always Low and We Always Please. :

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; . RULES GOVERNING- _.. -TillS- CONTEST ::1 Spring Is Here! i .

: I The: Measure of Greatness II This contest will appear every Friday fur the neat 12 wes.!tH. :
In one> of the advertiwe-ments on this or the opposite> pair' a word'
i I I'' has been intentionally misHpelled. To find it read every ad. very \ ".
; I'.4! carefully.A AND SO IS X
j live word slogan must he .sent in when sending in return ans .
i in wer.the A content.slogan can be sent in for any of the advertisers represented :'f. Grantham Furniture Company :

The Merchants & Farmers Bank Hut one answer blank will allowed to be filled from any one I HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNISHINGS
.i family each week.Wrbuler's .
L S of Kissimmeehas Dictionary must be used for the correct spelling of STOVES, RANGES, AND TALKING MACHINES s;:
I the words. All slogans not to exceed lire words and must. be lIt.wnnd -'-
original. The blank below' must be used when sending in t theanswer !
an envelope- .m. h
one fundamental; purpose--to extend and broaden its usefulness p .
All answers must be> in not later than
I?PRINCIPLES. 'I he context editor him selected 12 words. which'Thursday he has noon intentionally 12 n'clnrk THE HOME, FROM PIT TO DOME A .
misspelled. Only one word for each week in recognized.In I I: --- '
A the event of a tie, for prize offered, :
any ; a prize identical in all I 4
Perhaps want to rcplenesh odd pieces here and there in the
rrspeets to that tied for, will\ be given to the tleing-. contestant. you some {
Fight prizes are offered,: $20.00 first prize, $10.011 second prize, I\ home. If so, we shall be glad to seine you. j
I .' ', The Merchants and Farmers Bank jof Kiisimmee, is a great bank because S3: 00 third prize, $1.00. fourth prize, $3.00 fifth prU-, $2.00 sixth prize, '"
.' ', it is a useful bank. We not only shall serve, but shall understand ] 1.00 seventh prize $1.00 eighth prize. I I
ii s and appreciale the service of other We shall accept usefulness ; | Contestant! must turn in answer blanks for each of the> 12 wteki YOU CAN ALWAYS DO |

as the measure of greatness. thoroughly Xow let enjoy busy the put task.your spelling ability to the test. You will : BETTER AT OUR BIG STORE t

In the ....ardinf.of the prizes the answers in the misripelled contest & PHONE 291 ''
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{r and the submitted will be considered together. ..

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r rt DISCOUNT I ADDRESS .__ ______-_________-_--__- .._ ____-___ ,____-__-__ _-._ STORY'S r ... ...
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m ;NAME _______________________._____________ __________________ ---- ---- ----- --------- ---------- ---.. -- -. .. '"

i The Misspelled! Word is________________u'_n______________"n___ THIS WEEK Ten. Cent Notions FOUR BARGAINS I'I'r,
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ON HAND-PAINTED CHINA AND CUT GLASS: in the Advertisement of___*______________.____.______.__.._____. BARGAINS

W E. SAN ESON My 5 word, slogan is..___...___._____. ______.__________._______. We received a ship. Boys Blue Apron t,,,-
Optometrist 3 More" Double Overalls _____69e Q. ..A.,
of House
I Fill" out Oils Blank with your answer and mall or brinr' to this ment pretty Mesh Hair Nets ,
T;; ; ;$f-ii26 Broadway : Phone 289 office! sealed' in an envelope not later than NEXT THURSDAY NOON. Aprons and Dresses. each _____.l-.lOc Boys" Unionall Suits
.. <' It Jones.i This. contest'owned, controlled. and prepared by Chas. Edward The grade of goods i is Large Kirk's Butler $1.00 .to $1.75'' :,1Men's : 'i',,;{.

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1 . : -- - 'j of the. best and theprices Milk Toilet Soap, lOc ' ' ';'. .)
.. .. ..... j Lee BrandUnionalls$3.Oa; '.' b.. .
'"'::1:'"'''""'''''''''''' z Colgate's Tooth
.. are very reasonable .
iy . ''''' t
-o.oo..OGel400_ !; : only .$1.98, Paste ________lOe : !

$3.48 and $4.95. Be "3 More" Safety Pins Men's Palm Beach I. II

Our Pricesare MANHATTAN BARBER SHOP sure and see these. and card Snaps___,__the____lOc Pants, the pair$5.00 ; ,


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DRY GOODS; ; SHOES :Mh.VS;:' 1 rt'KMSIHM.SKISSI.MMKI :' \ \:' ; <:
I IMi i still the lowest in town. We regret that!. delay in receiving our fittings has proven a disappointment : : X !

I Ginghams 12c_ Work Shirts f i to our patrons but it has been worse for ourselves. ._ _._ .. ... __
59c, Pants $1.29. Shoes. Hosiery I r----->: .x-.oc"---o.x.: >': ;: ';":-:-:'-: ':": : :';':-:-: :--:'-:->-X- :'. :
i and Underwear at low f -

I I prices.. Lots of New Dress Our Shop Will Be Open 4449444:.--oo--' rrri}944 oMeN )-:}:-: ,. }-4:-4444)w-'r.444444444444} -
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Goods in Latest Patterns; Organdies j ,' t
Tissues, etc. At An Early DateOur [ILL BROTHERS |: I + yI "

Real Bargains in Men's Sum Battery Service Station f t I : i't
When Lids Begin to mer Suits Hats Shirts and Un- -- 4
Drop in Kiddieland derwear. THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE BATTERY i KissimmeePlumbing

r l Just a song or two on The I Shoe Shine Department is of the latest design also, and at your SERVICE STATION IN i "

t. Brunswick at bed time sends I Service. Our Cigar Department is there also with its Cigars, Stogies KISSIMMEEWe
the kiddies to happy dreams Shop
and ends a perfect day. And McCauley's Dep't. Store t Cigarets and Tobaccos. are fully equipped to repairor if
The Brunswick, the i
rt accepted recharge any makes of Bat
: rc phonograph of the musical STANFORD PLACE t 1.-- LEO CURCIO, Maaater.TME teries and make them new. Plumbing, Heating, Repairs *gWe
t, world, forms in minds .
.. at their most impressionable young 49444 "OO .........-..... ..... -. Batteries Recharged By- j Specialize In % ;:

,r 2 A age, a liking for good music. -'", Motor Generator Contracting Repairing i I.|
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K 9 QUALITY AND SERVICEIs Real Batteries That Give Give Satisfaction. No matter t 1''
5c & 10c Store
how small large the job, callus '
or 8>
SERVICE f what you always get at Service. We are Exclusive
gas .
.1.1G =___-=-===.-.o.---=-=-= Agents. and we'll be at your sen'ice.Eo :-

Silkateen Silkeen and 0. Dakin Avenue. t Phone 143 i:

N. T. Crochet Cotton ___5c f. Cs BRY N R RfalKy '
G GARAGE A Men's Pen Checked Pants $1.25 The Exigency of The Occasion I i t
Wide Hair Ribbon, per yd..15c ;- Demands We Give You The + .' E;
Bath Towels _______:____ISC Best Service ....
Ladies' White Stockings and FamilyGROCERY I : -r.
EMMETT ST. PHONE 171 6944.9}rr4ri9 1. +M+>UOUU"OOU"Uo-
X per pair ____._________lOc I...
; children'. Brown or Black : ----

Starter and Generator Work A ; Stockings, per pair_____.10c : O
WILDER'S STUDIO 1 1i Specialty Baby's Rubber Pants, per HANSELL'S GARAGE : :

S I pair _________________35c : Our aim is j always to please, and .tIO; j'
i BUY YOUR SHEETS NOW we go the limit. to do it. -1
It's the Real Battery .for'Every ; PeppcreU Sheeting, per yd55c ,
Car.. Pepperell. Unbleached Sheet-.. Prices Right Quick DeErery THE BEST SOLD. j
i iA lag, pert' Jar ________,.SOc",, : Service The Best _________ -. \'jh>[
We repair and recharge all ; ; Pillow 'Tubing. 42-inch. . .,, ( ; ; 0.r Repairing Department lathe'best in Kissimmee. ''f
.. All work done by''5 .
, makes of Batteries. and give Free -
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: ,per : : ; ; 'skilled_ mechanics with years of experience. Every car given our J L
1 'J..ffl; 'St I ; .Motor:Testing. Our prices are PHONE persemi
-- positively i the ,'PRICES'.. .. CUT.,UfTWO, :.; ,,r"zT'Ixv' : ; attention. Our Big Fire Proof, Garage has\ room 'for storage,. 2.
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The preliminary declamation eon-
L' test was. hid In the auditorium Fri.
'. : .I lVJCIPTI o JESL ,"S :- -,- Editor of The Gazette: day, and the following-named were
V'. WOODWARD Last week we published the constitution chosen for the final contest: Kath.

The ; Store and by-law; with the oath ine Miller,-M. Wlnn, Madge Rivers
: .*_=& Drug : '' of allegiance of the Home Protective! Elizabeth Waring, Eleanor' Over- yi

;! i _._.. ADVANCES / I : DISTINCTIVE TOILET' PREPARATIONS CARA, NOME AND ''1 \;'Association 'of Kisslmmee., There wa ; street, Gordon Eleanor Bullock.Rosen;.Uly Robert Chapman Buckles -,

: '' also published u that time a statement i Lewis Campbell ,ArthurSiimpsonanJHarry
. < ASSOCIATED'. ARTICLES. I as to the intentions of the organization I Speir. The judges say the eon j
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BUILDING I 1' and the for whkh i test was better than ever and we are.
GET OUT OF THE OLD RUT !. it was formed. This purpose was necessarily .,sure the final contest will be better. d
very brief, owjng to the fact that it I)I Ilea not the sophomore class the largest
was turned over for publication at avery on?
WE WILL BUILD YOU A I ,120, Broadway P. . .. 3 late hour, and 'space was lima senior- class was very sad ,-
lie-n le" the '
-.d. frhe pet-
j\'D"M IT; SO EgSY .... j .We-wish-; above_alL-thing*,.to. correct class, waa laid up with a ser V
the many wild rumors and false sprained "ankle--AH' TnUsed- statement that have circulated in Helen and were very'rlad to see her
That You Will Soon i ; regard to this association. Wb are in school on Wednesday-.smiling as

! 'very sorry to say 'although we are ]happily as ever r
forced to admit that manv of these 1 I, The boys' team is all ready for the
rumors have been started by mem- 'i I water carnival at Winter Park on

," I COME IN AND SEE US And here of the aelOClation. The matter Saturday-but the girls are not sending -
has been taken in hand and we Intendto a team-although at Lake Con-
- 8 PERSONAL ATTENTION AT do everythl <-wllhl.'QUI' power-to ,way last Saturday_some_ of .the_high_ -. tl
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-- stop ibis talk, as we are not in favorof school girls did some good swimming -
; C LATHO, MAS any-further agitation on the question ,, fancy dives and other stunts 4 A
:? : BUILD now before this community. We -In fact excelled the Saint Peters 4

---I' GARAGEYou stand for peace at all t:me*. Whenwe burg girls who took the honors-at-the. _

T- | AND HELP K I S get an honest job for an honest price. No job too small or too. can feel absolutely assured that ', carnival last year.
large for us. We. repair and" recharge all mates' of Batteries. -WB ty and that our-peauu citizens In tills shall cvmrnan be In-) IStMMEEGIRL HONORED

j .OO.' .O" ."O PHONE 22y0A44o46Q no danger of maltreatment nor Intim-I Miss Norm Griffin, daughter of 7
idation by any mob organization thenwe Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Griffin who Ie r
.OOOo..tooooo.t coooo ooooooooOOOOt.o.o shall feel that our mission has
4404 in the Woman' college at Tallahassee -
been accomplished and we will be has been chosen of "
as president
< oo.o.o oo.o .oo ooOt ready to disband.: But, until we have the fraternal society Chi| Oneea and

i W. B. this absolute assurance we expect to has been selected a. 'a -delegatetoattend -
keep up our organization keep it a national meet of college societies
GOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS growing, and to stand in readiness at which will assemble at Salt Lake r
all times to carry out our purposesin City in June. Miss Griffin will be this .' Sonly
Kissimmee's THE LOGICAL PLACE TO BUY. W LKFEW BLOCKS AND accordance with our constitution Florida girl attending the ses.
SAVE MONEY.We and the oath we took to support this
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t have. a large shipment: of Shoes and, in order to make We do not with, nor ;Intend to intiiiiii TO OPEN"NEW "BUSINESS"IN

room for them we are compelled to rerluce our stock. f at. nnyone and wr want everyone :; THE MAKINSON BLOCK
ALL HIGH TOP SHOES to feel free to criticize us if he ,
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7 BEFORE i sees fit to do BO. Wf only ask.' that Under the title of "Flo-idn ..FeedStores" r
From Friday, April 28, to Saturday, March 6, both dates inclusive, y criticism be along' constructive there Ix to he opened in KIs-

: : GOING AT HALF PRICE X dues, and that befa e you < xprt-ss the sinimop nt an enrlv momrnt a busl- k
y LET US ; SEEING IS CONVINCING 1r': i>l) r/ion that we ar"not anything flops hit i iA owned hv l the Oh'o .itcue""
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PH N3S JOHN A. ERICKSON, Manajer.K t: that invest its chief line the "Purinn" '
FLORENCE OIL ....... ... ... .. .. . rough-necks" you Kate our celebrated ?
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ooooOoo: .o : : : >: ::<: : :: : :">:: :>>.-:: organization from every anulf- brand 'f 't C'dA. Other stocks will be' ,
'- There is nothing secret or mysterious Carr'ci--het this line will bn the lendr. '
.I J AND TASTE .FOOD PIPING :: 'r4.r}ti' }SC.v5vs .))-: *<' '-**<":'-:w.i.h'-w4<:..oHC.I .--40'r.yrri-'rvrti.vTETLEY'S .. about our association nor JIM'ac; . The store, adjoining the Maklnson -
tions. Everything I.! "open and above Hardware CompAnv, w'll' be under :i
t I boardj* and l our officers art ready and! the direct man'igomenl of B. T.
ENCE OIL COOK i TEA willing to furnish you with any information Crosby-who will make a strong bid
I i you may wish to obtain in for business.
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i regnrd to our object or our actions
I. I i We wish "to make this statement ,\, CAMPED AT LAKE CONWAYThe
i WE ESPECIALLY INVITE THE LADIES io visit this store ,ny time which will answer many questions as i| -
during today. There will be a free demonstration and a generous to why we formed thin associat'on Girls Dancing and Bridge Clutonloyed ( > ..
; I' MAKINSON'S glass of refreshing lea will be served to everyone. In this and whether we formed it for any latter a camp of the at Lake Conway the
part week when a very
tion can learn bow tea should be brewed. personal benefit to ourselves. We do affair
i you [ pleasant took place-the greater ,
NEAR DEPOT not charge any initiation fee nor dues,
there is for to ben nortion of the time being taken up;
. WE- ARE SERVING -TETLEY'S ORANGE PEKOE demonstra.i. so efit way Every anyone individual with swimming and boating.- Those
.. has in the with the camp were Edith McLean,
tJ. .-- R. s. EWI..C Y member and made himself stepped the target open for Gladys Griffin, Margaret Bninson, s

; OOOO 4'i threats from unlawful organizations, Katherine McKay, Edith and Wil-
I ocO .O .OOC..O.O..O.O..o.o. .. .o.o. .O fi + :i for what he believes to be for the helmina Williams, Nellie Woodall,
( Geraldine Lesley and Alberta +.Brunsron. -
the community at large.
i H 000 0 .000000 G" 00 0000.. 00. .. eo. .......00 o I i good We now make this requestof Mr. and Mrs; D. H. Sutton acted '
F. A.
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: the public. We are with you for chaperon
4. you, and a part of you and we want I .
" Notice To Merchants
you to be with us. We realize that
)without the moral support of the real, 1 I A VERSE'A WEEK I "
--0.- i"Honest-to God,". law-abiding public.
J I cannot hope to ucceed. We ask j .
: we -
Ojceo/a County AU merchants having ad. ia HQSSPOLLED WORD AND SLOGAN : '. "
our this support and if we can get it we! Twtna. ,
I"r o'IoI"I CONTEST are requested to have their change of copy in at pledge ourselves to prove to you we He was ason of the Polar Star and.
are working for aGREATER I was. a girl of the wild wood;
Class office WEDNESDAY of each week. Copy coming in later caaeot be AND BETTER 'Hand in hand through the irate of

,-JJ: High changed for that week. We trust merchants. will take this aodce KISSIMMEE.. life we came' ,..on t1.., ." .
in the *ame kindly spirit AS it is givem. ..
.' to a ,10 the North*
; '. .. ; Captain. camp t greets
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+ Wood where
p THE PUBLISHER. !fU;#: - E.' VERNON PORTER, he passed a. lonely '
N' Secretary. childhood -

"OOOO" 'O'OO. 'O'COG" .+ . . . ... ..., . .. . . ...... .. . . .. G. M. TAYLOR.J. I to a home on the forest's nrce--" 4. ,
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i ROBERT M. COOPER.Committee. a wonderful place to,play,.

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was a on the'stairs"of youth 2
NOVELTY DIGNITY OF CHILDHOOD when the Northern hunter. found.
I me; -
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Editor.of The Gazette: "
He ,
:t was as straight a Norway
Parents teachers, friends2 do you
pine, .as keen as a hawk a-wing;
c 'reel the real worth and dignity of
I Flinging the wealth of his flam -born
l WOOD AND LUMBER .. II childhood? Do you think the church i love like a royal cloak aroundme--> z
I is in its most
degree overlooking
Hoase Building , L some in Telling the joy of his heart in song,'
'y strategic opportunity not providing i like a cardinal In spring.-
; ALL INTERIOR FINISH, more efficiently for the religious '"
j jf education of its children? If moreattention' .
HARDWARE Hand in hand, a* the Twin Stars
l were given to religious i stand, we stood in the purple twi,
e. Darlington Avenue- Freight nurture of children would the prob-
light; __ _
1- lems of evangel'ftm; be less pressing, Out of the hush of,the gatheringnight
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: and a larger proportion of adult
t( i :f rile, .., tfy; found in the church? i lorous came the death-bird'. .do.
44444ji Ix>t us "give more thought to children And
that theiworU
wan end of
: the interest." There of will children)be a at program the Methodist in- for me, of the earth- light, and} the

j ji: : LAKELAND[ : : COMPANY: I. Stomach Trouble? i I I o' Every"Sunda"effort", evening is being at madeto ,7:41 | For sky er's I light eyes looked;and once sent more him l in to"mr France. Iov v y".

: Health is Mod Important to You. have a splendid program of good to die.
I Columbus Ga.-" "tor Pierce' talks and beautiful music. Everybody
TELEPHONE US regarding "THE EFFICIENT STORE" Golden Medical Discovery is certainly is cordially' invited. I Far away, tin a foreign field, the'cross'
medicine for stomach trouble. I .MRS. I. L. MARONEY.
die truck picks Monday. a grand I i of my oneand only
up I have suffered all life '
greatly Tells
my its tale of a son of mail slain
}, delivered Friday. Rub packages I from a disordered stomach. My food, DRIGGEKS MAKES; STATEMENT I for a world of sin; ,

seemed to set eo heavy, no matter whati Editor of The Gazttte: I, on the edge of the whisperingwood
I i 1 ate. I have taken many of the medicines walk in the .
; I I 1 I Having heard that some of my act path of the.
advertised for this trouble, but
t R. H. RUTHERFORD as marshal have been criticised, and lonely, .
I none of them has ever come up to of Going down the chambers
that I have been accused belongingto to of'
Spedal Agent I'I! Golden and Medical Discovery relief.Vlienever for givingprompt the Klan, I ask space in your col- ; death, where I shall find my twin.

t 6ae. &_ .. ..c.ooooooo oo.oot I have lasting liver with sick- i r"tto 1I!"ore one and all, that I am
- - - - a sluggish ,
i e mow. I headaches and constipation, I have neither a member' of the Klu Klux DOCTOR DANIELS DEPARTSBUT
j KJan-! nor the Ant'-Klan. I am simi -
Ho>****o-O'. O.fI >+ I I LOTS OF GOOD EATS ] found efficient Dr. Pierce's remedy.Pleasant They Pellets do not avery i ply your city marshal-subject to the WILL SOON RETURN'v

.v I The When you use the :! 1 gripe or cause any other diBtrenshig ': instructions of the mayor and trying Dr. C. S. Daniel the humorist of *
RED STAR VAPOR condition such faithfully to enforce the ordinancesof
; as a great many pills Kissimmee Park leaves today for a
do." -Mrs. Laura Klmbrough, 3503i the city. It i I. not my intention to well-deserved vacation of several r
This wonderful stove is absolutely !: Erlene Avenue. ;I persecute anyone but a* long as I y
months-but his
: Broadway : marshal I shall strive with expects to yearn for
without wicks makes | cm your
: I Obtain this Medical Discovery of :1 all to violators Florida home long before his return. {
kerosene into gas and burns : Doctor Pierce' s at your nearest drug of the my power prosecute lie goes direct to Baltimore but will \ w
w Millinery with a beautiful blue flame. store, in tablet or liquid or send lOo. city laws.C.. H. DRIGGERS, spend the greater portion of iris time'In
to Doctor Pierce' Invalids Hotel in
Norfolk Richmond and other Virginia
The best oil stove in the market : Buffalo N. Y., for trial package, and City Marshal. cities. He will however, visit :

-t Shop today. Come in and let us demonstrate j I! write for free medical advice. TAMPA PYTHIAN"KNIGHTS numerous other northern cities.

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'X Offer the Ladies of Kusimmee I
of the big occasions of the season Fight t '

: the Newest Style in state law and city ordinance will be a May carnival ball at
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demand lighted tail lamp on every Knights of Pythias Castle Hall Tampa Than Work
motor vehicle running after sundown. ; on Friday and Saturday. May 6,
given by the D. O. K. K. Ladle Club. -
'+1 1 DSCE lB. There, and are this many i*careless to notify in that this arrests regard -- Some of Tampa's most talented Inter- "I suffered for year with stomach
8f ING MilliN fRY will follow every neglect of the protlve "*nr>r* will Rive exhibition trouble and could not eat and: Just'hated a
law in this city. Driver of can after dances There 'Will be lots of balloons anyone to ut work to me.
sundown MUST observe this or- and lots of fun and a good time i I. in I would rather fight. Since taking a b
dinance. C. H. DRIGGERS. tore for all. The entertainment begin course of Mayr' Wonderful Remedy.
{ DRBDWRBE.CDjIIPQJY 19-2te Chief of Police at 7:!0 o'clock both evening. The public I actually want to work, and talk
AND EVERYTHING ia Invl ted. about eat. I an. the last one to leave) .?. ,.
I The mild cathartic action of Her- the table now." It la a simple"harmer '

i at Half.Price :bin. Is well liked, by ladles.L It puri-, FOR TOUR-STOVEWOODPlace less preparation thai removes then.;,
Going -- I flea the system without griping or your orders for veneer block tract catarrh and mucus allays 'from the the Inflammation Intestinal'
sickening the'stomach.. Price 60e.Soldby r
< and split block at for the u
once summer
which causes practically all stomach.,
( : 1.L.-ltobersoatMotkie'pletnres"of"i'big'foz'6ant- -- .
: 'months. Blocks delivered ft* !liver and. Intestinal ailment, foehuU ;1-:1'1
' ", _.__ r' 'Z.95,1 .120 block*; split: for, tovc 'njf appendicitis.- -One-dosfjsrit ..tonJ 'i '..
MRS,- J: ICSINQUEFIELDr W. caa always to better by ye tt : woodrnaranteodfull ,atrand, rhea or money refunded. Jr-Z. Rob-. ,
v --- ,- -. ,_, hx Monroe eount,.'Indiana..'"_tak= A ll.deUYf'ft L Phone-J1g. &.13.1"1 anon,.and'drogglstB- everywhere- -*Ij -."

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What' The Meaning' I An Awfully 7 Silly Query:; +-oo+ _-H'c c c C ". .0t+'
In Monday's Orlando Reporter Star" 'Asks the Arcadia Enterprise:
Itl.if TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK appeared a. charming notice of an ap When magazine/ companies
of come note, and] use pictures of men fur theV
Immediately following the paragraph ornamental cover sheets why I. City Tax Notice ,
;' ) By "VTI1ORN telling about the anticipating groom Is it they do not show as much
was this local: "No matter what the of their legs as they do of the Ii
other fellow will do W K Link will women? .
r'- God Blesn 'Em iAw i PYinjit This Case do .it better.'', Possibly Link is make Simply to please thu wcmon read .i.I
"AH animals, when properly trained ( I ? ing a not correct ers. That's all. They like to view by .
Asks the Tampa Tribune {'Can statement entirely how t Taxes Were Delinquent April 1
comparison much trimmer and
and under proper conditions, love' 1 prices be made rigid?" Suro they I on \ [
j Is CheerfulIt artistic they themselves than
.,;.. mnn.". Sure, Annie; I've known some! can, Wallace; sure they can.-I haven't1 Variety Always appear
women who actually loVed their husbands noticed much variation in the price is to be noticed that Moor.'nav- "those mis-nhapen" creatures/ which
Yassum. '' i jof the Tribune for some little time. en hadstwo marriages last week; According -, the artist depicts. That's all. I thank s k
*. *. # ,I Now don't como back at me-f'r I'm to the Democrat that{you; . THE CITY ATTORNEY HAS AUTHORIZED ME TO ISSUE

Mc 1 1 Should Drive Carefully ,not BO awfully bright, anyway. place one was a "quiet" affair Some Children*Worth* ItSaYII"th I RECEIPTS. TO THOSE WHO HAVE INADVERTENTLY OVER.
I' Hasting had a jeweler named Tur *. .* (while the other waa..a-"quit" wedding. .
i tIc Of courso Hastings i ia a jewel T B" Is A Misnomer Presumably. the latter was the better, Ad in(! Tarpon Kissimmee Springs Leadc: : LOOKED PAYMENT OF SAME. LESS THE 5'PERCENT'ALLOW .,,

1 I fat in a of potato the setting merchant, but if think he ever of the essays Why dd some"newspapers speak of us of the the term contracting would imply parties that either could zette: Shaves' 1cr( haircut Vall-y! SfJcfchildren Oa./ ; f ED HIM UNDER THE NEW LAW . '

consumption as 25c at Casino Barber
"quit" dictated. '
: conscience
drive that
to over rough potato. .
is one word-and it might be shortened Shop. 'I
r ground where lie it Is$1. easy M to turn! to "T. S."-taking the }first and Hurrahl! I/|t *) This is a remarkably low f PLEASE ATTEND TO THIS AT ONCE, AS DELAY WILL

Iloaat May Be KzpenaiveTDne last letters" or it might be "briefed as Oh, I Don't Know price for children, and the Casino ADD COST, AFTER THE DELINQUENT LIST COMPLETED. ".
-- "TUB;; but to use "T.. B. it Is no should )have very: little i
?' 'I / store fH "Palatkfl handlingwomen' ; ; more justified than "T. C." -rT-L." mAsaertetheArcadiaEnterpriseYou -- trouble -disposing i of thesurplus 'r----: -BY-THE-CLERK------ -- ,
foods is proudly boasting Mr. ManiIf!
p J youcould
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NOBllir bit.
I -n Pt ti Consumption ar two bits per. Still
r r that 11 has "moret1'lanfiftvthousanrldoUan | make a five spot every time
one letter shorter and everyone there are people who will still
in firet-class goods. Jt is to you kiss your-wife you would
knows what the word Why prefer to dollars for
; r be honed the assessor will notice that speedily develop into the most pay fifty .
(ti" Airdale. .
not an
assertion for the chances ate that use I loving husband this world has J. R GILBERT
>' : Still that price !In setter than the ,
ii'ii'k the tax is not being paid '
occupation ever produced.
In'. Matrimony A Failure haberdasher who advertise 1 "Un 4
k on more than twenty thju, .at the I Still, I ve seen many cases where I dressed kids (SEAL) CITY CLERK 4i
at $1.88
i most. The Saint Petersburg Time is offering think the husband could make five per palrl" i,
think? I thought did.V .
*. *. / .a money prize for thebest ar- dollars in a much easier and you I
Please Stand Corrected ticle on "Is marriage a failure?" I ble manner. Some men had rater be lit K o0cr':} O+sf'000-0 -.c40'4 ..
t, d, Ejaculates the- Ocala Star: sent the editor this one and am 'broke all the time than to do work Oh.- Mah GoodnessThe ,-- .- )
j\ If we were Tumulty we would waiting/ for my check: that was wholly unattractive. Yas- negro waiters in the pullman i
t crawl in a hole and pull the I am not daring to say j sum. diners are remonstrating against any J. T. .".
F reduction of and I don't blame -x'b.c.XX1PSCI tL.
: hole in after us. That "Matrimony Is A Failure, I *
"em. Not than
( Excuse me; if you were Tumulty But I am prone to assert, I Enshrouded' Wit And Humor i more forty percent of
you'd do ''Just as Tumulty does-else Declare, predicate: and avow j Williston certainly has some clever passengers- patronize those joints- ,";ii
r I, you'd not Tumulty.- I thank you. That many entire failures I people. Recently a missionary i society (the' rosing dining rather station to get their eats the atj I Star and Chcptt Licensed f funeral I Director I
careleaaly.l points
4 ', Mehbe you mean "in Tumulty's posi- Enter; matrimony awfully forced each member: to "earn"a. along -
road in order
tion." Sometimes I've! known matrimony dollar to contribute to the fund to save money. The I -on- A 5'iirvr. Sin a.tA.rir' ; Srrvlc I. R.nt.r.JSteworf
lie # Tp be a mere matter o' money- I and each donor was ordered to tellin waiters, however, are all well-paid for t Avenue All falrttnm
? Wax A Surprised StoreA In which case the market drops I rhyme how the dollar was "earned. their work-not over'Jluiyet<< they
Pi general store in Hastings. picked To as low as fifty-seven ." Here is a sample verse: depend upon tips from the passengerswho ,\ I Kitlimmim High Grade Ambulance Service at Call

t up a tramp to work in to a cleik) Below pur- "Here's my dollor I i I I have The already paid a nice sum" for .rn.:49! I'll II ON l ION; ,! lt'eld t, nee. 78
5 Und he worked in all right. At th.- And about as much below "11111." j Tell you how I got her, grub. )pullman people expect that
clone, of business. Saturday night it While by come experts And got her so soon, I|!' the waiters' will be ,able} to pull from I
was found that the fellow's account Who marry early and often I Sold my old hat to a coon." I II 'line purses uf the passengers! a sum

l L were one bundled dollars shy -aii'd This might not exactly be termed t tIn say it must have been "quite" anaffair I'j''equal waiteiK. to, also,the expect wages! it Pliid-un.J; ,if they ilon't the P44-<'4->4{ x 404044+?e :4;->4-:44SO.4vv44-x Gt-44'i'F+v+n"..:ti:-:'rli: 3Y -,... ""
that he had! beat it for Jacks-Hiv'lle' every way a failure, and received all the credit deserved
The place was named the "Surprise It is a by heck owrfctinty : ; because at its close "A delicious (ret it at the first "iviee.. the eater Llt"tl'r
Store -and that title was peculiarly That it isn't in \the leastA ire course of wafers and giape- i| look out at later" nre' ils. Th.' tip- INSURANCE i I
k : applicable that night--evervone being broad, open-work success.14hcn juice was! served.<<; | system is nn imposition upon the pa- I
I in line
Irons of 'service--vet
any <
surprised except the thief. u man mind woman /niMirvI r!:c na-
j * .. I It's a fifty fifty split I'm Still An Immune irons continue t<> (five them merelyfrom I r : THAT PROTECTS a aSERVICE ;:;

Trouble Comer In heaps .That one draws a blank- I| Some folks are taking pleasure in fear. ,' I i 1, i 'j
Rev. J. A. Sutton, of Kis' nme", AH i in some lotteries; i.trying to induce me to believe in the :: I '
occupied the Baptist pulpit at Mulberry Only i in u lottery, you see, Pastor Russell silliness and the slogan ] Prominent Idcntlliration 'InrksTellmif I i
about a sissy" clerk .in Saint .
on Sunday-and now comes th" You can destroy, your ticket : "Thousands now living will nevjer -
dispatch that a garage: in that place In a mild and easy manner I die." Mildly expressed I considerthe Peternburjj who uttered many false I I IJ : t
+' was robbed on Sunday, and three hun And begin to save money; | I stuff as mere rot.-'Land I could' hcckx ami made a getaway the' THAT SATISFIESLUPfERS' f
dred simoleons were taken. There Hut in real /marriages way more about it if I wasn't so dumipolitc. fimei J aays: t. -
II r should be nothing inferred however, Where fifty stick and fifty splitIt I I well remember when that I The chief said he believed I G
'I Annie, regarding' the incident! -even costs a small fortuneTo I Russell!' stuff'was syndicated and that !Morris would be fojnd t INSURANCE AGENCY f ,
easily us hs: vas popular with
.m though the pastor was acrompah.ed become again u"KcI''upon [ then I remember when no respectable I .
; .. by 1)I II. Sutton. Probably it wn- immed ately, pronto- I( paper would print the stuff 1 would women, prcel.' com- I t -M444a: +G{ 0446fi0004 + }444 "< oo--) .}.),}"" ...:-oo): rfi4S> k4w
Homebody else tlujt wafted the wad. Just about like that- under no circumstances say aught ill pony men s. j
a #" One gives his note for expenses !I of the dead-but I have no camaraderie PuffivRlv easy" isn't: it, to find him ? I .. ... .
Yussum' I think it isn't. How does
Trying To Fool Someone 'And the other one, a bit later with the insensate individuals .....
fix a A large advertisement in the Tampa Goes into the hands- I who are enthusiasts and foolishly that fellow differ from all other men? j I

y.y' Citizen has this to say regnrdmpr And sometimes into the arms-- follow his insigacity. There it is. I bull If the thief hail! possessed a love for !t WOW THE GREATEST Aft UMOBII.K VALUK: IN' AMI-RICA
f Its classified columns: Of a selected receiver. i(.hank you. pups the detectives might scan ,
.u Despite conditions which may Most of the cases where I #" sis/ till the canine caravansaries; but: .
{ appear unfavorable at tile present "Marriage is A Success," That Bad Check Law where he is stl&lIding'oul1d waiting! I Jrr. j
moment there are hundreds Is where a woman The xuoreme court of Florid. has to be vamped by the first amateur or I ,
if of worthwfmile position open -Relates to her second husband declared 'the "bad check law" passed professional who looks sideways' atI ToJ Y'1 faiJi 25 milr to tJtt gu//f> ,; altffltnaihtlfiniih :.. '
today to capable workers. If The countless excellent traits by the last legislature to be ur.con him, well he'll be lost Lu the shuffle I 10./.., 4ak.d ; 130-i>., "/'/i., J..'/ \"" \
h Of her first husband stitutional. think it useless of the crowd of his peers. Old
0 0I-I you want proof, glance through ; was '
the help wanted advertiser And then throws up to No. 2 nonsensical, and carried a tinge llf Bill Rood used to tell me about a' "l 11\ ti
meats in the Tampa Sunday That if her departed No. 1 irrationality but I wasn't sure of woman who, after a pier had given I 'ffil
Io Citizen. Still possessed. l all his connectionsAnd its unconstitutionally. That' ;*mnQlanguage way and many were drowned told thosearchers
Well, I wanted proof-so I glanced.There remained "As he was," to use on a matter that' that when they found the
1' was one advertisement in the There would be more peace I promised to be as useful as u Jews- body of her husband Khc'd tuko 4t-; : of people who 1' ..'
ix % "help wanted" column, and that Within the entire household. 'harp in an asylum for the blind am charge of it. "Well- how will w> THE ,
wasn't' BO- awfully encouraging! ; to And right then and thereIs deaf mutes. I'd like to draw n bad know" which i is your husband" mad- ii.: Overland '
capable workers. It read precisely where poor No. 2 check law measure and see if it wua am ? asked an officer. "Oh was the ret -
re. like this: -' Doleful acquiesces. constitutional before it was introduced. reply, "he was deaf in the left car!" ,
.. WANTED-Ten negroes to Mail the check for this article Put now that adepts on making lie *. quire more than mere trans- ;
r do clearing..' Apply Mary I<'elnsI Direct to me, if you please. bad checks checks not worth a darn Devllofit" Is. Right I
i finer; Lutz.Boenehow .. I'm mourning for mazuma. -are planning to go to the 'letfisby l Says an edit 'rial in the Ocala Star: portation. They require .
or other.things don't always Yassurri.I lure what can the ordinary individual We received Sunday seven w9e '

mesh, do they? thank_you.. .. do about such things? -letters with publicity, all asking some us good to workor help : comfortable riding; They .;,Lyst6

---- .__.. some akin game. For all we t require a good-looking car. ,"
I : :
could' see, there wan about as ,
much benefit to the people in f tq: They require ..
lasting econ-
one as in the other. The devil- .
oflt is that invariably in each : t'.

of these pretensions there area I i 'omy. re rerr
large number of people employed ;

typing, addressing andmailing .
y such letters. The work
being useless, it makes each Today's

person. employed in it a para- ,
site. Every person employed in ,r
V useless work is a burden on the
public, and they increase in i r
I III I JI i ix number so rapidly that if we : s ., i
t do not compel them to go to, .5455
work they will break down our

civilization. .
Tiue true every word true. Yet
we should not he so awful hard on the r.
typists who do the work-for hey are iI
making a living out of the fad. If ROADSTER 550 "
they can make a decently good thing;: COUPE .. 850
-with some "philanthropists" paving SEDAN 89S fi rL i
? the roll-just let 'em, that's all. .r I
This desk of mine in doing the best LUPFER & PRATHER
)6 it can to use the blank side of the
a I Kiiiimmee Florida
a OWQtl'1S.'w stuff received for writing copy-but ,

sometimes I get plumb disgusted because

) ou Yak it ._ _o accumulates the "released faster'n on I receipt"can use stuff It- .---. ,

_ and I write more stuff than any .
weekly editor in the state. One religious -
faction sends me about two
.f chief consideration in the creation of columns a week; an automobile tire LEWIS SCHMIDT R. F. SCHMIDT ,'

THE cozy, artistic home Is the way you paint cent company for legitimate too! darnmean advertising to spend sends a' SCHMIDT BROTHERS AUTO-REPAIR SHOP ..

It and decorate It- me every few davs paper: enough' to

write a column of dope; another religious (Croxton & Schmidt's old stand)
.I' Let your home reflect your own taste by the denomination bends me a
Ask For These Free clip-sheet every week on which 1 EXPERTS IN EVERYTHING
i -1
k choice of correct and harmonious color effects. But write a column of two of editorial ; p

whatever your needs be sure to specify Paints that Paint Bookshave ward state boards me at and too federal frequent boards intervals for- Automobile Repair and Supply Work J

proven their worth, because you paint to "Homes and How to Paint Them"- enough paper, blank on one side, to

protect aa well as to beautify. Coot.insmanyb.autifulilluetr.tioneof use for all my society gush; the association Our reputation regarding this business is good as the best-and '\t
attractively painted homes, chow for the knocking out of perior to many work is su-
floor plans. fives specifications and Henry Ford and his nitrate proposition our rapid, and our prices are moderate. !4

t tells how to select the right colon forwards me some !good stuff- We will appreciate your business ::1
+ i iaF the blahk side is good stuff, anyway

.-. -- The Modern Method Decorating"- -each few days, on which I can*write : _. __ ___. ___.__ _ __ __ t tOOOOO'oo
book church various relief
This illustrated
beautifully my news;
i A give. the latest and best ideas on board send me so much stuff that I 4 oooo ooooo.oooo oooo. coo'-; ooo ,1 I
tM decoration; of interior wslls and frequently wonder why they don't EISELSTEIN
c _n__ ceilings. It shows a number of use the money it costs them to beg in BROTHERS-FUNERAL DIRECTORS ,\
'- rooms designed by leading artists, relieving distress; Russian boosters ONE WORD TELLS Olin sTOny (

giving exact specifications: for ob send their stuff on good paper- -stuff I SrER 'V"JCJ ; 4' ;
Have stood the test of time for than ouacolo..elfectawitb i
more fifty year tain n8LarmoD telling things entirely antagonistical Co.plt't. Motor Kqi.!...<... 4t. J

,' ,t,, and will give you longest service at lowest cost. Pe. Ce. FLATKOATT."Tbe to I can't the press use the reports matter; and for so it it is goes not 4413 Broadway Corner 8 reale. Phaae 218. KI.SMMMEB! J I '"

Modara Method of Flabhlac of local interest-and last week I was .000 OOO..O..OoHo.OUOU 00..0000 00..000 O.O.U OIO
No matter the outface-there U a PM G..-Paint Product for WoocI"-U'O.. build !UOO.o. j ''
or forced to hold out four 'columns of
,, JCocry Piirp. .t a number of them you caa ...!!> and refinUh your honM. this illustrated articles because we were "overset." 4
a tI eonomlcalljr. use ]roun U. booklet will be of great help to you. AU these "bureaucrat are getting
It contains 20 color plates. of finished Bert Fertilizer Luecticiiles
rood pay for their work, and f it is Poultry Supplies ,
t wood panels, and 4ves practicaldvicsi graft. The Honest Good Fair Pikes
surely some great sooner Prompt ShlplDt
OSCEOIA :HARDWARE bow to take cat of soot of the habit
; o COMPANY floors aasl woodwork. the country gets out ofcontributing' Ask Your Neighbor-He Know
the ofa lot of
to upkeep
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA hese sofa and divan drag- Florida
: i.uleeCndbertC.ln..x sponges
awmw an.e ges the quicker will the country get Get. NEW March, 1922, Price Lists before buyi.(. Now faraltbMg ; x '

+ . --- back to normal I '' '
;, ... - "SIMON PURE and "GEM BRANDS" .- -

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The dressmaker's work U a matter, ;,
"' of form.- i"bMr Who i* Anybody Adrertbes Tfceir "Wsato" i. The Valley Guettl "
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; : rOH COfATT: "OWWIS..O'EK: FOR SALE- -or will trade one $iirer4. I I with all l 'ingredient Let -stand S4 reral -
t- -1 1I - tone vlctrola. AddrirMI. toatofn
. ; DICKERSON ADVERTISEMENTS I At the 'r.qn. > .t of my many friends liux: 416. Klaalmmee. x hours; mix again; pah.Ja. 'M
'"' I hereby announce myself, a candlflatn J prl. and seal. ,
CONTRACTOR BUILDER for county cou*inlealo.i jr for District Any '
,' No. C, Uacobla county and will appreciate MISCELLANEOUS N combiato1 of"vet.
1N" CIRCUIT counT ITTft Jtjm bore line 01. the lake, and on the the support of the votera I\t. the ., Pa be
Brick-laying, Lathing, .plastering, I CIAt, Cmc-UIT OK ,,'..oHJDA. IN \NO north by lots )l, 10. 9 and II of ..old. primary to be .hold on Tueaday. June till> TOUR HOH8K of filthy the given amount of seasoning, use

Painting '<' FOH OUOKUL.A: 'COUNTY. IN .cn.\N. ubdlvlalon.All. '." tilL; JOHN H. HAISDKN. C..II.t. the Midway Oruc..ry1.III only five quarts of. chopped Tetreta-- '
('nitFedi.ritl Rank of the above described propertybelntrthe '
No. 121 Brack Street.Kifaimmee land of Column Hro.dw.y. next to Chamber of ,com ble. "
bin.' entire Inland, known Para- FOil
a Corporation. Complainant v *a COVXTI CO.I..OK merce. Klaalmm. and aaksfor a 6410
*_ 1 8. H. .AlllttiiHii B!.. efi-ndaiit, On dine bland .xcupt lot 4 ..nd"II of aaldsubdivision. can of I'l-uto. Roach and
Monday. the 12(1- diy of May. 1S2. the vBuph I am 'a canrdldato for -elpctlon,' lo Killer. Manufactured and iruuranteeu Uack. i Tomato ReHak
dt-rrnduntB. Juabello L*. Waring nnil Bale will be. made and deed to the "(lice of Couutir Commlulunvr for _
by tho Kllla CnteB ManufacturingCompany.
,.. .' ed to Appear to th. bill of complaint In prior mortgage" upon tho said lands Democratic Primary, and tf elected I qlaat t'
KRIBBS &: STEEDS the above Btylcd call" It JB further made by Elizabeth Doneiran' to C. 1Whipple >. promlan to do my duty In tho future .L. AT the Midland Grocery, 115 mate.o qu.r whit vinegar o.
.. ordered hat thin uritar t><- pul>llnli - Attorney ... Uummnrlun a! Law fur elKht contmeutlvo. weeks In ThKlMBlinntfta : at .page *I6. Record of OoueolaCounty. . ., II. .W'flTIIJlJnIJ1I.1:. bottle. of Bllln Wonder Ant Killer. red (sweet), one pint chopped
... .
KIaoI. .'I..hl.Ge.e..1 Valley (JHftpttP. u ticwnpa Y'Jorldu, In tint um of SuveiiThousand roleon. Manufactured and icuaianteed pppr.
..-r "bll.hod In Onrpuln OVmnty. "'t.>Sla. ollara <|1o O.uO) and ac- ron COI' TT VfMIaI4)'tl1It! lillln eaten Manufitcturlnir1 one pint chopped cabbage/ .
the ;
prartlr .. all Mae ..&,.. I by
ahould two
< Cilvvn under my hand Mild Mu-il cumulat Interest thereon. ""; Florida. celery, table-
; ... VaUt4 Idea c;...... thinany' March A. I'. I92S.Hlfjno said pi'lor jnortffHuu not bo theretofore; At the rf ( : <1) J. I.. OVISItHTIlICKT.l : redeemed and will also be made nubJect voter* nf the Fifth comnilFlom' tH".
KuR TItADV.3-Ford touring body.
-- "I..rk l ot the Court.. to delinquent. tax..l. If any, nffHlnst trlot I .luivt .>.*i"td condition fur roudater car body, seed, 0 salt, and

..". JPat JohnBton O, P. OAnRIII1 (Circuit Court Soul) ltKWII t the aald latida. for County Ucramlwiluner from Joo KiM K. JohiiBton. JOtfNUKHK half pound brown sugar. Scald and
W. 3. sTEEL thin district In the Hnproaulilug: url- all
peel hop ingredients flne
JOHNSTON & GARRETT roi'st1e FiivAi' niftrnR4.HIn I7-4t M..I"r iii ,.itftiocr.lIIIFfISTK&TIO'f . tainT y, If --elected I will usn.y, : l>rot'iirli tomats. ,
: \ ___ .u_ ___ ._ __ >ut-or to promote the lutori-ntB of"iciola iRACTCAI. hospital: train- (do nt put ''through food chopper).

ATTORNEYS-AT-YAW ,.... 4< of 4'nunty .......In'. .Na. <. FfDTIIiIs county ut all tlme. I would Inn, la.receive oien patient for enffafreinenl at her home. add Rsoning and mix well. Add ,

... Kl'trlda. Owrrola 4 ..aat>. a. c. MiM.ion. rmamoderato... AIr.-AI...(...wit, 1Tiruiy ( .. ''
Offices: 10, tl and 12, Osreola Band eweS of Conaity J....If.. Oneeola -- -- - an'rdoYe"

.., ___ .Building.. ______ In tinKmntP-r:: Jennie .'\._Cime! __ _. .-- ---... fJfJ}> } l i: ,:_.:.:D.JL.M n REILJ"UU1--JlUAIU8-- ..,-avenue. "corner-Church phone" night -Next.o C1dA" -
-- TiHtatiufjeniilo. ilowtll l. ,,ellPY : litcstp
-- __ ---------- J'r.uM4 0. i _ _ jar,
-'- '---' -- smal .tlze process
.F : OA NOTICM IK nicuioiiv OIVKN lo mi TMF" JlIlxlK OF HAJJ CtillltT.WIIRIII4AH. I lltor..Ii a'uao..nro. inyielf .a .*anitlut ATTENTION fOMCHMTM MKN. .-to- !.
'" hiotu I It MIH.V ..iMM-crn that oil thu 12lllilnv Lena lent h a appllfdt ( <- for member of I h.. rVhoul Board lonlal block oke.. two .
machine "
__ _____ w of May: A. l I'. 1922: I Khali, apply .
t' .1]UtIK"! 1 .. of Jennie Itowelllovell of I tlik oI..m..oratl" per : 'kftI Iwenlyi Uncooked Cabbage Relish
to tinJlononiblo T. It. (>m i.f Hnt Id 4'nurt. OH .1 tid,so of I rroliiui.. forUna iluc..aMt-d. late **f cinl I Willson & Aultman <|tttrhnriro a" KictTHIor, ot thu. e"- or ,IIs-siM formmiou <.f flue ilutlea of I litof- I I' .\". litH wuiited'llte. f..r olroular Two gallons ground cabbagetwo
. lullof Jeunl-. (''''''', <.l.eens4. HIM. 1'IH''Inl TTinniCFORK. To cite flee_ II. 1':. DIIOXVN. 1 i .....1 vr-iiernl, InfornintUin. t nj-l Danti. and one-half white
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tl>ltl at 111" Mnm titer I will pr MrlitIlnv find ailnionlah all and singular the -- ---- --- -- .-- I I quar
limit ju-nxiritK, on Kxr-tfutor: of nnUlLXtutp kindred and creditor, of said de-e,.......d 11,5 .a".aJ.trT.'T". ,:- .-.>,!.hU.tie.PIurtda.: _ja.lta two- and- on pounds" sugar/ twG
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.J REAL: ESTATE and iuik for tliolr approval I. to he und nppi-wr It.-foro Ihla <"ourt "on - I! PIC(1NUHAN1)(1OODS.:; !; buuwhu ..oldIIn" cups salt and half .pound white mu.
: ... J I Uotvd.;:.....Ftkrunrv: \ _it..rl/'c It+ii or beforo, lion Xd! day of May. A. l>. 1 11211. .11 I tlw nullfltatlon of my frIends 'I repaired.. Tho llnslno. 44-tl Mix and salt.
i :. and Ole obj.-t'.."a. I If any they lime, linvu d..i-l ;114-81 1<:'r'ut..r to the ifranllni of Let torn nf Atlinlnlatiatlon iontlniitlni i i I for the tei..tHlutuic. ti, 1 1voteil be --- - --- ---- ----- boiling water and let

11 1 1 Darlington Ave. Kissimmee --- -- on Maid ratatc, tithcrwla** the OH .In th.' Uomucrutlc nrlmiiry. ..tobi stand over night. cabbage
,1\0'1'lt'l1 u. K Itl'I'ltlt Fon .rl "LUI" Kiimc will bo Blunted to said Lena )1.000oj] ".-..<1.... Julie tt. If elected I Squeeze
11111t313j I-.orl. or to aoinn ntlu r fit i>..r..'.n nrl will I ..*rve th<- i>.>u|>to nn I nlwuyB' h.-ivc [AGRICULfURAL POINTERS out dry} ,mix "horulhly. wIth sugar,
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'. >erM.ina.WITNK8S. ('Ivlnn .tUvltl the test H<"lit, >lMl> the 4'onrt .* i'mmmtr "' ''.0(",. "' <..*. ofFlorida. my name ds CountyJudjri I'I. < ,... C. K Al'IIKK.KlnNliiim :I and neal. J
I, Omol Co.5.1.l.ft : ,. ') of the County Rt."Id.lhl". .". Jrh"d"1'1'1\ 1.1. t!514. full lar > contlnen _

:'.,' i the-l4statr--of< -.Jlllmr It. iurr the 1101..1).4th) day nf April T.A.I..It.. fiOMKlt.I ID28. .' --'I t'tnf: ;:01 XTIfiliil -i OI WI SIII,#;ls - | \'lLSONCOiJNTy ..tUENTIfere containers ax cabbage and ( wi with 8"eU.vinegar if

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l> *l-.l..l.NOTICH -(>l County: Judge.l4)TIlC h 1
Beat For Many Diseases I i If IIKItKIIV: OIVI2N.' : oill ._ ____ ., -- I I IKOM I I In.,.. \% Itli. J".i. Hint in; 'i.iiniu asa u is something that will interettt necemary.
w.hoin t It may runrel'li, that mi Hit* JRUi 0'"' ." '..I1'tu' TNilTICl % :\: .1.<1Ilal.: fm t niiiiilniitlon I I r*'r tho r..I-! the poultry men: Vaccination of chick- Cucumber
1 diiy of Ma> A. U. I MCI' I Khali: uii,>ly "":I':n. lion ountcoiiintlitMl, *>'"-,' l I.t I MM- ens to prevent di e3lteH. ;The Atner- Ripe Pickle
(;iooil !bathe with water direct from H Iho Honnmlilo; T I. rViiin, r. .lu'liro t net :No 3. a ii h.Jeet in tI... notion of I hi .

medicinal '\,cli. Open l'ue"days.Thursdn'e. uC aul inv final iHHuriurKO "'uu t .ld."J. theff Nannie, lit .lohiiHton. purehaHL-r, of Tin-H 9.0: : ice They "may ue<
from green
Satuujxys : a. . nf Itilliott U. Hurr. ntl l Tax Certificate No. 147. dated. h.v Jld idav *! this rM.Hl4f.l-lt. and Itellpve" HIV arClit'en T by the VJru -Serum Con-
.. m. to 5:00 p. m. A nhort drive from Ht tIe. e-iin Ie tlniK I will present of Ju,,,,. A I I.. 1 iii IK. han IIK-d Katd, work. s,'IIH n.illMriicloi it. : unil I iiromlHfII' trol Division of the Bureau ot Animal grown, or rip but rare must be tak.
Kissiinmce.( Phone 'J04-) --3: rings. my linul m <-..untI u H I.x.-cut.,' of Mold. vii.tlflvato In inoffice and hax madeHppll Uotcil. In KV>> the 'l.'Pt 4 In, tn. lorlli i rn not to Ut any that have a bitter
t entatf :. rid aHk fur tholr I nip| |"irovnl.IMilxl I. iitlnn tax deed to IpHuIII avcordance "'.,"11.- 1',1. "'. XV 1VKYKOK industry. United States Department ((41 te. Thev must used when
,, .' l II. liii! : b
jil: I day nf I'3i reti. I hr I law. Said certificate emliraeca | of Agriculture. Tim Avian .
Orrlcrs for the wntcr may to left WILLIAM II lJ III t.. MKMnKR OK s< IIO4II. BOIIIT freshly gathered. r.r thinly, split
c the followIng d acrlb<"l pic.p.rI.t.elluuite,1 i iI .
Mixed Bacterin
i i. a vaccineprodut"tld
a t residence, 614 Patrick street., 16-\vt I'ci>c .torIm I; In; Oatmoln; I County; , FlorldU to- I lengthwise and a silver spoon
-- ---- ----- ------ wit hornwlth anr-oanoo! In)' onutlidnovfi under U. S. Veterinary L4- all tho kernels and Fifteen .
: pulp.
4 1.1.. <>.iir*. .. ... of ......rid.. $...- AllV.. at of V--k In Section 0, TownHhlp .., /1.-.mlnallon. foi, "...n.h. i of ) .- cense No. 165 and is intended for the scrape one-halt
: .I li til I |h",. rd ( ... I lilHlrlot No. 1, pounds cucumbers and
ratrrmtk Judicial (Irrnlt. Uarvola 11 Hollth 2) Kaftt. < .1 and(i iM and '
Owner prevention treatment of fowl
CIIAS.NID I .f lll I be plvatted to receive the salt. cucumbers with
('oisny. I. ( baarrry. The said land bclntr usHmned at the : ) supportnf pound|
dote of iseianiof Maid reitlflcnte, in all I the votrH in the primary whichwill cholera and secondary infections of salt leave them for
------ C. Z. LI"I.lIcott.! onphz.'nant .s. the name of 'K. J. ( ,p1y. 1'ultaa KBldcertiricote bun hold ,,". TueHday .lun.. 0. If this and other poultry diseases a. bourn. Remove from twenty-four
'strohlup. l :Intro' Upplnoolt. l>.,r>n l..nt.i shall be redeemed according I um < l< cted .I pioinlnu to trite ih- pou- chicken aqea
1------------- i It apptvirlntr: by RInd,,, it appended lo I...... tax deed will In8ue thereon on I jila- "K1..1) a perfect HdmHilHtratlon i itl ,,1-oup, canker pox, nor* head, surplus moisture. off, and
fe1'l.IOflllI| -- Oine.( No. 53.; U.1 .- ''to the hill riled In' Iho ',hove-Btated the ?2d day of May, A. I>. 1922. I poHntble--alwaya guarding, their In- fowl dipytheria. etc. half cucumber with a coarse towwL.:
1 kI.-nc.'. Ko. 313. cn.ua4. that Carolina Jracr, Llpfilnrott J I.. OVWRHTIIKKT.: i terecta.. I shall apprnolBt. ftp ".,lId I The information p/iven of the vaccination Put[ white vinegar and
I the def&nionLthrrcln nantd Li a non- Clerk Circuit Court. Onctolii I ICounty support of all votera. V. II. J.WSON.. one quart one
.4- i liourx, b.80: to 12:00: 1.00to 5.00 I reildi>nt of the Htato of F'orIda' and Inu Florida I I ..- -- of birds with Avian Bacterin quart water in an enameled kettle and '
llllnolM. andover 'I19.6t 'OR SCHOOL reuldi-nt of ChlcuKu. (S1AL: ) ) when boiling well add a few cucuak-i,
I DR. B. L. WILKERSON the ng. of twenty-.- ).,..r.; it Dy S. II. BULLOCK. D. C. up to a year and In general at time and blanch them from'
i IB therefore ordered that the enlU non- I IPOLITICAL [ 1 wish" (o dubnilt my oandliincy forsehaol far healthier than nonvaccinatedbirds. her a
( IJKVTI! "rl rcHldcnl defendant b.. and .lie t IB hereby oommiHulonor for the third dlatrlot are one to two minut. Drain and put in

r..qulr. ..I to app.-nr to the bill of of Oaceola oitunty., (to th t votoiH a covered bUnching othercucumbers. ,
>rti. < ( )\ rr The ICoxnll! store. complaint tiled In .unld oajae on or b... at the coming dotnoeratlo prl-nary easrtwoslnduatryd.|..
1--- for Mo ..3ay. tho lat d'iy ut May A. Tuoudav. June 6. I >urn the pant year,I Pack cucumber i1 Jan,
Sub m and tile <
t'i P 122. othrrwloo. th.' ttlKlttlCflM. of I COLUMN I aorvvd In tho capacIty of school trua- irrigrat ramage either whole or cut. Pour vinegar ."
--- ---- - ---------- aald bill vlll be taken > 4 .nC""d by tee for the Saint Clood school dintrlrt. i is what we lack in our county. Farming either ..

--.- Bald U- l.nrtant.It I uhall uppr* date your support and ifel.ct.'d Is a business Just the same as any .pic. dle .tn
i I. further ordered that this order will perform the duties t of the or sour prl nI
\ l.i. pnl.llHhed once a ,.....k foe Koureonaroutlw office to the beat. of mv nbllltv other business such as banking buy tnlnut and seal

JESSIE D. KLE1NMANI --I weka In JThn Klsalmmi-c, FOR STATK ArTOR NEW _. SAM ing and selling. Before you erect a For variety, onions arts
Valley I Onxfttt a newr in per publlnhcd. -- -- brick building and place a $60,000 Not
Stenographic Work I In Maid County and KU'te.Thin ; I am. a candidate for State Attorney $f>OI.t'TION OK PART I<:Rlllllr are often used packed In;,
I, Copying I March 80th. U ,*. for the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of Notice ia hereby glean that the part- stock on sale you are going to be with cucumber.
J. I. f>\ fSHSTltKKT. Florida. to succeed myitclf. In the democratic nrmlilp heretofore 'existing betweenM. mighty careful that you have everything _
Phone 2t>.1. State Bank Building: Clerk 'Ilroult: Court primary Juno 8. 1922.:. 9pervd*9 K Croxtnn and I.' wlri Schmidt und.c planned to fit your needs. It Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment
13' I KKIUD.S & KTKJCK.. ;!: you faithfully. With your rndor 1 the firm name nf Oroxton A I
1------- .SolidtorH for Con' 'lalnant. lfi-51 ement I will continue to efUclwntIr. Schmidt. Klnnlmmce. Klorltla.. i IA herewith take. months and sometime years Joints that ache. It relieves bo'

-. -- --- - -- -- promptly and uprightly discharge dl olved by mutual .,on,, n(. All for you to think over" this- proJeet ach. muscle ache and neuralgic
the trust >ou navo given inc. devoting acoounta of the firm to thin date. will before launch out on the Rie. p:
IX rlllCt'lT COLMT. ITT1I JUDICIAL you propo-
. all such talentS and experience: a.. IpoBBOBB be adjusted by M. .'. (roitton. who aaumvi :O.e an412 .*
3' OIHCIJIT OK .IR.D'N' ANn to sustaining ann enforcing the all reaponalbllltlva for the aame.L sition. Now that farming. la a purely bottle. Sold . Z Rbn
'OH 'o 'tv:0L.t: CetFT1. l\! tlI.ta5tH1. - law and protecting the IntercnlB of th-s .>wln Schmidt will bo. aaiiuclatedt business proposition. 'I want to emphasize ,
WE MOVE THf !1EARTH : _ I state and tho people of my circuit. the old location with n P. Schmidt, the importance of laying: your PREFERENCE TO BE GIVENnCHTERS -

Or Anything On Tep The Earth Mary B. Scwell S Complainant.: LMfrndahi.'MIobrrt I' Hrlylni" upon the mY support record, of I aakztndwlllappreciate the dome., under Auto-Repair the firm name Shop ef where Sehmldt they Drothera will- plans carefully before turning" a fur WIThALLIES'
K. ell.
n crntlc. voter... men and women, of the be glad to welcome both old friendsand row. '
On Monday. May Int. 1922. the defendant

YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS r.ohert P. H -" .?I. IB requiredto : circuit. JOSHPII H. 3ON1t.Orlando. !". new friends. Florida.LEWIS April RCH1ID1llnsimmee. 19. 1922. I The man who la making money on *T f Tiinarivilj A nUfr
thc 'Mil complaint. In
appear to 1..I..rl.. 198tcKOR the farm today is making it' a pure rulingcf the
Or Anything That Can Be More the above Btylcd. CKUHO., It IM ordered I, citlsaaa of the <
---- business all
4 that this orjrr bo published for --- - -- -- -- --- -- proposition the way le Ult

p., ,k *- four cormccutlvo weeks In The Klttsl.n-. FOR BTATB ATTOKItBVI MEMBER!: _(IIOOL. BOARD I through. The Osceola Grower must State wo sr" in the for o.

Get our price before having jroui' m<-e Valley Oaiotte, a newspaper pub- am' a candidate for the office of I herewith proaent my name aa a 'prepare for farming and trucking tosuceeed t world wr

hauling done. llahi-d Given in under Oawola my And Horldj Hoal thin State Attorney for tho HeventerattiJudicial candidate Tor nomination lUll u memberof ;"' Dry weather' has prevailed b given preference I in appointment 't "
t '
80th day of Circuit of Florida subject tothn the achool board from the first dlatrlct for the-pKst several years but that i civIl service positions.. -
to bo held 'toN'
Mjr..i.tRJ.r. IJnmocratlu Primary of Onceola
county subject to thelcelaion
: EIiJT.
June 8. lln : at the primary on Tueiday is no sign that it will continue to re the prfereutnde OI t:

( W. JONESJTRAMSFER COMPANY (Circuit Court Seal Clerk) Circuit Court IS-It: I reapectfiillv nollclt the vote and June 6. Many cltlxena feel that the po. main so. U you will look up the past : thoe Amra

.. : support of tho Democraticvoters ulOaciiola ultlun -may be well filled by a woman followed wet : forces to' widows and .
f PHONE J5 .. Orange and L>akr Counties., and feel also that the continued Intvr- dry seasons..they are by thel. t t. ,
Oaceala H rJmr. Ce. NOTICE OF MATERS: SJALU. I !seasons so there are.Why not wIves a !
.r L* OrJrm ml It nomlnatod and appointed pled ice terest I have taken In the schools welt ; you Nrm' edltin

In the Circuit-Court- of the Seven* to the> people of this circuit a tithfulperformance . qualify me to extend my .ervlcc. I go right after that deep well lay your authorizing 'the '4

couth Judicial Circuit of'tlix State of of the R.dutleii 10'. MAUUJRI1 of th uftlcu.F : shall. appreciate tho general, aupport. tile and provide for Irrigation orjdra1naget preference the civil serrice commission

.Iorld.In and for Oxoeola County.' In CBLEUTli, .J.. KEIl'l' Your land being tiled will states that'consideration ia given'
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DR. R. J. DENNING ant Chancery vrBUS: John K IA F.I...HOUHC.Ble>". !,fit Complain.Al. Hen .r *.....\.I_r of HrftUlratloa." afford ample drainage- in wet seasons, to th fact that amc in the for

Notice IB hereby given by I and enable to the water of allies common cause,
DENTIST pondrntii: I present my name to the voter In you give sup was ,,
the) undersigned ka Specialheratotor. Mubtor. the Jun. primary aa' candidate. for THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN 1 I in seasons like we are having now. and for a ,considerable time under a

% Ovu.the' Po toftlee. cauB... that. pursuant appointed to la-u. .final the decreeentered above nomination to th. ofllra of aupc-rvlaor ( 'fly what water will do. Instead'of commande.lnhle.| that 'is.j after,
OFFICE IIOURft I to lt:80.: lao: te I of regl.tratlohub'.t to the eapres.'ion the seed Marshall
In thin muBO on the Jet day of the voters In that printer shipping cucumbers now Marh 'he FCI _ _

.l BoJdeJice Phone 174<<- of nale March and sell A. ut n. public 112:1.: I outcry shah offer for cochIn for For alxtren yearn I have been chairman FOR SALE 'I planted are burning up my fertilizer was placed 2 'h 1 command. of all'.(,, I _
IBS and
I Office Phoo hand to the hlffhtBt I bidder of the county thanking school board- l-'OK 8AL.R-or will trade one 82-40 la there unused and, as a result lied for. i
'Ittft I am herewith mv many __ _
\ front door of the Court lloune friends who hud such belief, In my calibre model Hilt Winchester repeating I am the loser.

Blmmoe. Onceola County Floridx onMonday ability. If nominated for the position rlfto. New condition: Shot I If one hundred acres of our good As. clear as the purest''
i the 3d day A. I>. .. only a few Um. .. Also new twelve-
of O
of registration oe-
oflOr..rl of
nupervlaor Borozone it is. .
ItSt. during the legal jCIe.| s.irviccwill eruaffeVlncheRter pump-vun: good truck land could be irrigated thin summer Liquid yet
I that
ola promise my
M. TILLER the following dCRcrlbcd propert! .lt- county h. luat pa thorough ae In the ponltlon oondltlon.I O W. Hpence. I'ogtvfflue {t and put in shape for the winter powerful healing remedy foe flesh'

; uate In Onceola County. KlorUlH. via: I have. BO IOMR hold I IIhnU appreciate Box lat, KlBllminee.. f x i planting there would I wounds acres,.iurns.and scalds that _
\VvBt-half of the Norlhwciit ntmrtiT b.8omethn&,1
i NorthruBt quarter ( VVH of thn aupport of tny intu'yfriends. b'OK ALE-Mar.. and colt: nine yearn doing tn Osceola county I medical science.has, eve prr'

Real l. Estate! Agency Ywtll" of NK"i and \Vcut. half of \v c: BAH old; weight 1100 pound,: rvntle! year. Just her started and there Try it. Pce. SOc, 6 I' _
: North half of fiouthwut ofNortheRBt work slniilo or double. A : Jt .!
.. bargainto Sold J.
._ quHrter (WH ..f u..N\.r! of ---tar--It - of--Hrarloilratloa.I --. anyone wanting a good work nnl- wl! be no up. JSai Lupfer and by ,

Realty Bought and IOU SWo( NHU ) of Sortlon Hlrtrrn p..vl.or I nial. AHO! one Ji-ffoi, y truck ill good J. Steed are making preparntion'to !
tlU.> Towimhlp Twenty-ilvf (2u) South htrohy announce m)ailf a tiinrtl- condition cheap for ......h. riv tile and irrigate their land thlsummer. A medium Ilze tractor ,1 a: _
houses rented. of Itaiiprc rweIit3! -nine ((29): ) UiBt.: co. bottoms turn 13'wth.'.
date for tho ofnc,- of uup rvlsor ofroKimrutlon Hpence. I'oatoftle.flux 124. Klutilmnicc Get in touch with them.Let's plow pet _
: talnliiK Thirty <30> ucreu: more or lane.Iattd ,,
of Onceolu rountv. nubjort -or Inquire ut Houth. -n.l if Hurmudi The old hand plow and two
and Titles verified day. _
Taxes paid I HI day of March. I)2S to the notion of the, democratic prl- % avenue. x order several carload of tile at
for non-resident Z. 11ASS.Special :!. mar). Tour volo un l Hupport will !ii.ft .. 'a reduction per carload and let'l bores could bane 2' ,'acrs. . \e
MuntirK141fl145 I"|..*f.t....tod. t t-'OH SAIt)-msi Fold loulhiK our In 'make stuck: It.
of it. advice to the t
: Fire. Life and Accident (In C. W. UlZb'FIN.FOlt or will ti.ule fur .
c 'UnBtl; for Complainant 12fttThe I KlaHlmmoe real! "...tat". :yet;; Joe n I gower who can't prepare for trn. Cbiidr have-?- bat J;
surance. < ('WINT1 COMWISSIONKRr Johnaton.. 20-tf trucking is to go out ;} Ire _
Knlp In the above ruf. Is pontpon jickly A dose or two ot
Indemnity Bonds. ""l until t tie HrHt Mnn .t \\ nr1 aiutIIC'Ol, to "nn."f'. In.movei : Vcrmlfujro will cjear' .
tin* bpltifj. th tint da. !M
fauiiu i >
..00..06+..... . > iianio ..r .B I. OX'TCIISTKMTJT: n.. acunOUIati' house, Juki r.-niodoli-d ,nod"in fixtur.'H of occupation. them out and restore cheeks andcheerful
... . ... .. ,\ 1> 1122 tit th abiivhtntitl place roy
( -.ul.. .'IIt.l to tlic 01110'.1 : 10Vrt' ('".h.| .\pll A. H. Koe.i.
_ _ _ _ _ _ tlurlneIh.. Htmu: hotirn of Mult <*or n KlaHlmmae. ) Where you planted young? dtur spirits Price 85c. Sold byJ.Zlioberson.
( '
of Polint ( mrnlsfloner 'rom the K'rslliMtrlrt 20-21 ,
Z. H V S.
> this
: trees winter. better '
tlm.limn -- up **
-'-'- in the i.-I Ion of - - -- --------- ;
Kpi rial.I MriHd r prlmurv. If re-noinlnfl, nndelccteil. OR SAI.IO- -Potato ,ImrKlx Inluantltv tiny the water barrels and give tl'em\ p "
P. A. <'.'nutm 1 foi. i'.>iiii' I 74tI : ho: iilfiltcrf* Hie annie' dili'ig ri;rvu Si'>eolnl iirli-i .. In o 'l.t.a good watering every wock. A dollar !- _
in lilt -- -- - --- ---- - saved is dollar made.
t 10." ji<'terlzu.I bin I".nh'f'v C- ;Mjlllllf.lL. ' lit.. *'..1111>:' ii, (" ..'" I
(,! -------l I I. <'IHCI IT <'m 11'1' "si\' : INT: .:K.N rii.IIIIKIM WR t*-r. Kl"i I.In I 11- 'If Sprayingcitrtit wIll lime, sulphursolution
1 tiiKiir. HI\'II': OK I lOll ( 01 'NT' ('OMMISSIIOKIII ; -
; -- '- - --- -
"" .0111 I n.'. < 4 II \'ror i..i. Iol.: \, I'' il< 8AIK:: :. I Kn-h. tuw. vi ii., ,i wi make clean bright fruit. ,
i Winter I IN ('M tt II.KI.i I lit 1"\\1111. prrsont tny nann. HN. II SeC.. ,Vpnb. t.i l I' I it.'i I. .ri,...,,I. I 'i I Rust and .-red spiders will do '
oundlilHtt for ivtniinutluii I fur tlio puKltitni :
Hr..k all'ed l 1 Klmtlmm < "-Ifr some hue work this dry wcather. f
----- - "i- riili.i.ii-s > uf ('mintj l'oJllmlri"I.-, r from 0') .
----- ------ -- ,' the henliouac i
fur und
I l 1 first 1)lt curt. snbjui-t to I lir fxpn' in ten
'on"I..I..t fo' 'H ,
S.\I I. Knr
| .E. IK('in Fit i la.1-d
v. t 1,'..rr.*lMiire.ISVHI'I 111(,,, ,,if til, \ (1,1. ut 1 the iK ""ritIeprlniar KOOIIIM, and Nu Tr.-' ..|.anH Curtis. ) IA fiea*. lean out all lubbisli an.1u! rn 'I

1.1.1,1.-\1'' : WAItINI > ) on Tui-mlav.. Juiu II. I uiu .. ....nt. each. at The q/t'I.. offtoe. f for thin is plnre to breed fleas i
!. an.i) t It. i'. W.AHINI: i unlit* of tlilu <...u" MIII r.'cl hint I 40tfItlR ''uuii mit".. I In. ,! wood ,.a CLdQj.. ._.2.-ic..ia.. _
I he.r litiMhniid. Llr.nF.TII 1 fully, uiifl..ratniitl. nil Its iie<. dii. Ifletii .. good preierver ,
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: BASSCONSTRUCTION !IM1NBUVN, P. F. II. I promise jii;, < fii''ita tflwtrdseonductlg HAI.K--fine roHlJ.iio., |i.r.*"..My. : and mix equal quantity of "
Vl'llACII and 1'\11.\- ) '| the. rounty affairs In a hu.- Apply at the oflloo nf TinV .ll-v Bent wit h it for the xpruyin 1'-1 BeautifulHo
": I>IPF ISLAND cl) rl' \r INY. llni, '"n' way f 0" T hive no pp"p'l'! int.rate CiiK,-ttL. KJMHliniiit -ir fail to between the crack _
a ..0rJ', ) tn d' that lni('r iit"i spray
COMPANY I >efninnt ) i of every man. womnn. .n" chIll InOacroln I-'OR RAI-1B-Two l.i\' ..ill In. 4-year in tile sand around the henhouse. Wemeanrealbesutycarerully

J '\.TirK OK MAXTnH'M WALK county I will npprcolaf. old alee., vi-U.l. one dark l.lue. one If you succeed in the livestock game .-- cultivated
Notice IH ,licit.y urlvcn that under .fuppnrt of the Vfl".I. '' dark srrien. Huanlan. ntvliwhite without ruining teed at
and b>' \lrtu. of .. cl..Toiof futneluH'Ufe 1!:. HUARPg your own beauty otgroundsundsurroundlnS..
-.r I collar and niiYn, .r..h.N.
15' uncl .ali 1 luvuiiiK out of t lie CircuitCotirt ----- --- ----. -- -- new Apply :301 Main Mre.-t. Nearly 4tf:., home, you may say that you are one This !ill add largely to money valueofyour .' ...
of the HfvelltceTith JudU'lnt; C'lr- FOIL C'OIl/\T"/ OHMIHNIONKHI j: out of a hundred. Doesn'tcostrouch .
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PHONE 117 cult of In Florida in und for OnouolnCotiutv nrn u caiKllilnte for n"IIIIr".II..nn. ('OH SAI.E-Wau.Ien:: ; waHhlnK. flirtchine I I Kid your dairy hetd of slackers and prope. effort We have ..
Chn.ncir In
> n caiii Iht n-
,1' In urn.1; rig wherein P 1'hllllpn In coin the poattlf. nf county comtnfsiiloiier $ atreet.; nearly now. Apply 301 Main 30."* Keep milk records and find out which a bonk by experts that tells how;,

r plaliuint I, n nil couch) IonianVnrlnK I I from the fourth .ntm..lllo'.r' dla- c are loafing on the job. TROPICAL PLANTING BOOK.
PracticalCOntractors -
and fth J\\I.,''iI.MCn I IX WarinR.anil: ; her I' .K himbniid.Lrfiubach llxa-:I:and- ilf'OiMiott trlrt., OHreola tif the county dlnoe..tI.-auhjo. prlinnry<'l to the on FOR Plate.8 A 1.10-..One petm KU-ctrtc. Wall j' j'OWI wit as much to keep a pr cw Coat Write ro it; it's FREE.REASONER .

and Builders !I'aratJIao Inland C'ompnny n rorporntloti Tui-ailav Juno 4.'nl hay.' been K r"-Hl1tnt unable Practically new At a rea- i It does tn keep a good .11 BROTHERSRoyalPaim
: price. Apply Valley Uatotte. -
ore4afandnt. I will offcr for < of till,. '' > undlrinlly fortan 7-tf. When in doubt call on ycur county Nurseries.
: Hale and will 1 acli to thu iaNra. I nm how utfrvlnif tll> lant _
f, of boHt bidder for t-ash at the front 1d"u';, : half nf my flmt form ns a momh i |I agent. Box Florida
". of the Court: Tf the need* of <>auaola county' as a ___
.. County Klfit-lda. during thn legal r
: Structures of All Kinds bourn of mil1,'J on !Monday the firvt dny whole and T believe also that IfWt- \VANTWO-Your blaokdmlthlrrif.uto. .. -
.b I of May. A. 1>. 1H22. the nttmtl....1 lntf, .. d I can prove ti buneilt, to the: hoard uprllllia Welded. Hoi ....-.hl> lliu und Home Dern Column ,
leffnl RaUw: dny. the fnllowlrtir : .4 real property thn Countyof the roiinty [ will thank the voteraTor have antlafaotlon.. I.. cuten 4n alley I
WOOD BRICK, STONE, STEEL, ; i' I la anti Htat t"oJn" "' : to- an expremafon of confidence In me north r>f Chrlatlan church. Kntranen 1 MISS -'Ia
.",< wit : and I will appreciate a atrontc up- tram Broadway and Main .tr
:. STUCCO l.4)tn on. to tlfapee both Incltitflve. anl port. H., H. HIIL.U W. .re'"r. Pf prlf'tor. 17fT: ;, ( .

;" Iota al lv to twelve. both Inclusive' of ---rtJR'. co UNTWCOMM '() ElI ,. .Pickle ,.
Frank Vall.Alfn"w' aubdlvlalon known FOR RENT
a> 'aradlan Inland belnir i a aubdlvlalon To the voter, both male and female Two tomatoes /
. t PaJatinf, Tintinf, Pa *r-Huri.r of KOvernment lot one of suction. thir of the. Second. CommlaMloner'H I DUtrlct:: FOR RENT-Itoniria at reduced ratea.Apply qua green one ;

u. ty-four (14) In Townahlp twenty-flve I hereby announce myself for reelection at IK Bvaumonl avenue. quart rpe tomats. one pint celery,
.. .. Everything I. the Bnildi.t I ((26) South Itanffe twenty-nine (I') aa county ,,commlaalonera In thladlatrlct aouth. Phone lv.. ittIIOn one Iwe' green one ,
saM of Talahana} .._ Meridian In O. pppr. .
1/ ceolit subject to the tuition of the pint sweet pepper, on -cu '
County Florida. democratic primary of Tuesday June BKNT: -Nleelr furnl.hert flar. r 'FrcShMca.tan
d N. F. BASS JACK BASS I AI20that oertaJn tract dealamed" ft. I>urlna my term of service some Modern convenlenoea. Low rent tor.uurm. cumbR. tablespoons salt, one ;

on tho ofHdal plat tiled In the- ofrie matters havej hot suited the ... W. B. Harria. 14-tf 1. quart.brow kugar.on '
322 Royal St. 515 Sprout. Are. of the Clerk of the Circuit Cnurt by entire people lir would ba difficult tnpleue and -" ; I
Frank Vana Agnew on thy Utti dar everyone" : but the experience FOR RENT.-Qunrtera on the lower tblep'Iroun tltar. 'egctab1cs r--- ),
.- of Jute 111. In plat! book 1 ': rained l>y past ervlcu should be floor'of the Willson building on DarHnetotf on. .4
48 an ""tfERTCnVKD" and belniac 'n" thesouthweatern to me during n second term --.0:11:. ....."ae. All ready for occupancy. tables througrh. 1 chopper,;."el- -. .. ,'
- .1 part nf the aald Paradise pi-omlne.' If .e.I.......... to _r.... the peonle Pee J. M. Wlllaon or Dr. kle fo of salt, and '
who tones his lalanil and bounded on the east tijr lot to the beat of my ability I will K.. I.). C. W.t.on.L of Watson-Hall wit cup ar Photic.
: Fortunate \is the 1, on the aouth by the above. line of thank all for. their. atrongaupnort.. ranufactarln ', Kladm.- lw .td' over'nlirht.. Drain .. 4ThE

reputation. the lake and lot 11, on the welt by th. J/ U. IL&N8ELZ. mee. I T U.U the next and mix' thorough/. "
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lightful eXC'eUence--tbere having been(HARD FOUGHT BALLGAMECAPTURED r

H; [ IN SOCIETY'S REALM ] nothing of the sort ever riven in Kissimniee BY LOUCHMAN A LITTLE THORNGRAPII I
which'excelled it. rat
.- The pastor is very insistent that Kissimmee yesterday lost a close yt 1 ; rs'
another like affair be planned whichhe game .Lougnman, and I believe debt Is unn e..ry.I Notice to All Ice Users Y
MOTHERS' CLUB PLANSA may hear as there has been a Is considered a bunch of fine payers By debt I do not, mean the l legitimate .
$' rl FAREWELL AFFAIR great amount of encomium upon the After the local tied the core In the I debts incurred by borrowing

M The.Mothers' Club .will hove tea at excellence of Sunday evening's musical ninth the-LumberJacks: went to Young from legitimate sources ,any certain
the Chapter House on the afternoon program. in the. tenth with a shower. of hits,' sum of money needed to carry on a (
of Saturday May 6,' at three-thirty, that won at the finish. 'I business which may for the time being >
in honor- of M..... Alexander Akerman, TEN HAPPY CHILDREN '- The game was interesting from need more cash-nor the money .;;
31 4 J, who is Boon to leave Kiasimmee and ENJOY PRETTY AFFAIR start to finish and was featured by owing for the investment for a homeor "
take up her residence in Orlando. Tuesday afternoon at Uie} 1' The various. women's organizationsand Mrs I. Maroney ten little girls enjoyed I and the hitting of the Lumberjacks. there should be a saving and scrimp 1
friends generally are invitee] tot a birthday anniversary party I I Sam Prather, down in centrefleld. was fag to keep the "sinking fund" In Commencing Monday, May
attend this farewell event. given in honor of Evelyn Poulk and :!trying to imitate( Ty Cobb by wonderful proper. condition. t
Katherine Whittle, of Nocatee. An catches of the visitors' long flies: There are always to be' found men Ice Will be Sold-
+ LOG HOUSE SCENE hour was spent in outdoor games, and i Roberson, at ghost, accepted several I-also women ready to take advantage -
OF' CARD LUNCHEON then the little lassies were invited into I{chances, cleanly without an error, -extended credit where the
iz Mrs. Walter Coble and Mrg.. Roy the dinln room for refreshments, Young, though hit hard, was very 'same is offered. Those people would
Starbird delightfully entertained at The table was prettily decorated in steady in the pinches-and kept the 'prefer to buy silk socks at a dollar .
a' a bridge luncheon at the Log House on white and pink and .green. At each' score down until the fateful tenth; and a halt on credit buy those For Cash
Monday afternoon when covers were place was a tinv basket representing | Summary by innings i Loughman (costing twenty-five cents and pay for Only .
s laid for'Mrs. Wayne/ 'Ward, Mrs. Ford.Mm. a pink rose, and each was filled, with i I1 in first; 1 in eighth; 6 ill tenth them; would buy porterhouse at fifty
Boy., and Mr' J"e Cheney, all home-made confections. In the centreof Kifsimmee in fifth; 1 in nfnth; 1 1 cents on credit rather than to pay
i' of Orlando, and Mrs, I 1) W. Merman the table were two big white birth- in tenth I for a twenty-cent soupbone; would
il and Mrs Edgar Kntz, of Kiaslmniee. : day cakes decorated with pink candles !I R H E order some sliced! pineapples and "get . .
A' beautiful basket of flowers, the and asparagus ferns. At each of the t-I Ioughman ------ 8 15 '3 I trusted" rather than buy prunes and -- -
-4 -prize for-high-scorej-waa-won-bv< Ml'a.J two birthday -maldtna'! nlac s- ;were\ Kixsimmoe ?____. 4-6-2- pay. for_ahem_ ___ ICE.i TICKETS MAY BE SECURED FROM THE

Edgar Katz.S1 I piles of gifts daintily tied in white I Batteries: Loughman-Chubb and In other words there are those who DELIVERY MEN AND THIS IS A VERY CON-
tissue> and pink ribbons, and there was Adair. Kh'aimmee-YounR and Story -'are trying to live a Hudson super-six
KINK: ARTS SECTION I i I much merriment over unwrapping j life on a Ford income. That is one VENIENT PLAN: IT SAVES THE BOTHER OF
CLOSED CLUB YEAR I''of the gifts and the blowing out the The loss of this game chalks up two ]I of the causes of conditions being .
The Fine Arts department of t.heWoman's ,j I birthday candles. The refreshment fatalities.for, the Kissimmee team, i strained as they are occasionally. PAYING TIlE CASH AT EACH DELIVERY.WE .
; Club closed its year with R''<'wore' icecream and white cake with with six That is defunct
,t ( games Won which la a why a grocery!' finn
well-attended meeting, at which the ]>'pink icing. ;, mighty good showing; and at the in Kissimmee is securing judgments I CANNOT AFFORD TO MMCE BOOKKEEPCRS .
life of Beethoven'by Mrs. S. H. Bu-! 1 I The guests were Evelyn: Poulk, Kath- same time the team tins faced some from a thousand,dollars, a. half
lock\ and Home I Decoration, by Miss ,j : .
rine Whittle Geneva
I Virginia Harris. of the best clubs in this portion of I dozen thousand dollars against indi-
F+, Bay, were given in splendid. manner | Roltorson. Virginia! -Sigler, Frances! the state. |vlt.lualthe= debtors having been allowed SUCH METHODS; PREVENT HIE QUICK SERVICE
and called forth interesting and entertain Bailey, hazel Kickliter, Josephine> I I' Lake Wales will 'come 'here for a 1 to run up bills to frightful fig ..
k ,ng: dixcuHftion.i This department |'> Griffin, .Wilhelmina Carson, Kathrine game on next Thursday when another ures. In such cases however there WHICH EVERY ICE-CUSTOMER DESIRES

will. resume work in the early] Waring.! : good ,game is_ promised and ev- : is a vast amount of negligen.'e\ and
-" The I ___. ii i I AND
wetienthusiasm. --- EXPECTS. -
-fall-with > -- '
; = - =- = = = business
methods ;
orybody is urged to attend" the show improper to he l at- ,
work has I been profitable, and the i ADDITIONAL LOCAL I and root for the home team. tributed to the firm that would allow ?
I commencement will lie impatiently ,,I Games won --------.6, such; 'onditionll."To .

awaited. .. w. H. (Jraddv has made nlann to at Games lost _ ___ _________2 earn a dollar and upend one '
once establish 'a battery re-ihaiging; Please Help Us Along This line
} FORTIH'OMINK( ; : MIN::<; Games are scheduled us below: ,dollar and five cents is profligacy; to
station. The work will be curried on : 4 Lake earn a dollar and spend
May W.all'a-here. mnetyfivocent"
at tin.Dixie. Electric :Shop; on Darl- 1 May 11Lake Wales there. is! frugality; ," said a noted mun
: Pretty cards: have I been issued, by ingtun avenue The old married GIVE YOl THE
I May 13-Loughman-there. man, young or 01 BEST POSSIBLE: SERVICE
R'ew,4. A, Sutton 1)) M.. and wife, of ' I
I ho Klssiinmeo bund has made ingle who his
nrngairemonts :May! 18--Winter I'urkhere.. cannot adapt expenditures -
Kissimmve, announcing! the near approach '' to furnish music all day May 25--Winter Park-there. to his income has no right to
of the inutriage of thuir t the i Winter, have in'ome. The REMEMBER. ICE WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH ONLYKissimmee J
at a<|uatic meet at Park j jtmnoirow June 1 Loughman-here. an man who to con
daughter Miss Nina Lucille Sutton, whore it Brent crowd is< June 8-Humes City-here, 'tinually "broke" is not an asset to
Williiim I U.) Strirklanii, of Ilomevtead -
the community. The who
expected i June 15Apopkathere.June ( man can-
-the ceremony' to on'ur on Monday Mr. .. Sa'nt'I' 22Apopkahere.June not carry about a few dollar in his '
and Mi 1. M. :mith.; of
: May 8. Miss Sutton, although/ and refuse to Ice Co.
'loud, were in Kismmmee yesterday 29-Haines City-there. pocket spend it exceptfor
resident of KiK"il1l1n." but
a has made la'ge circle] oft -. looking after matters of business! I j I July 4 (Morning) Loughman--- actual necessaries is really not .
period, a
there. worth raising. A fifteen-dollar suit
]Mr. Smith is on the( police force in i ,
f ,: warm her friends removal-all of to whom Homestead will regret -, his home-city. I I I July 4 Afternoon-( ..Loughmanhere. -- 'i paid l'ontrbutes,for, makes better a better man than and KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

is, 1 where Mr. and Mrs. Strickland will Mr and Mrs G.! W. Gary, who have 'I ''I a suit on the feeling installmentplan. asixtydollar
make their home. boon spending; the winter at 'tit: Verona .
L 1 4
; street, left on Tusday for their I WHERE UNMARRIED MEN .
n o PRIZES WERE AWARDEDAT home at Akron, Ohio These- are regular -I i ARE FAST** <:"OMING "NUTS"In The term of being! "a good; spunj- 4xt

1 CHARMINJ RECEPTION; | vl"itor-nnd, they have many er"' never frienda made that half the number, of .......:.;..c-xH: r. :":---Ho c.ra Y x.4.:-aasa <-: a': 'a x-<--:-*aaa '
friends in Klssinume and l Oseeola''' Montgomery, Alabama, "The real the reputation of
Mrs. A. B. Thompson and Mr A. close] but the
"being always
i N. Crevl ng 'were' charming hostesses : County. Unmarried Men's Club" is becoming; cash" has formed. The workman pays t -

t Monday afternoon at their! apartment'at '1 A middle-apod; couple, without encumbrances emphatic, according to the Montgom who cannot along unless "the CRATESHAMPERS I
the residence of Mrs Harry Meetch, would take charge of ry Journal", regarding the actions of ghost walks(get; every week-cannot
c ' 200 Bran street. The living room was house and grounds; during the absence the "girls. That publication has the have enough ready money to last him
I beautifully decorated! with magnolias of owner- through; the summer following to say regarding the ac- two weeks as well as oni", pureand
.5 and oleanders Several I absorbing months. Best of references. Address: lions of the club--merely reprinting/{ simple, a spendthrift. The man a.
i ', games of 500 were played during the j I Box 2H-1, Kissimmev. :.JO-tf ultimatum send broadcast over that who cannot bunk a few dollar each '

ftft.l'rnoon--the first prize, an 'x'luill-I Mrs. Corn I B. Cray and her son, city which reads as below: week is not a useful member of sonety t.
., its fan, being awarded to Miss < C. L. Gray, both of Melbourne where Knowing that we are not like Ancient --unless he I is devoting his BARRELSCement
ces Bay while the ronsolation prize, Babylon-forty-two young men each
tent home
they conduct thc excellent Orange to buying a or settling
a soap baby, was drawn by Mrs. Alexander Inn of Montgomery, Alabama, have setout week those whom he le-
visitors i
Spot were Kjitsimmee a sum upon
i to cute the flapper! After sol!- 4
% delicious 'veil a
A course was HOI yesterday. They found the cross- i !gaily owes. For there are "IeKal"! Coated Nail '
'+ the following guests: Mrs. M. F. Alexander ejun symposium. the following resolutions "
state road in fair condition, and easi- debts' as well UK those "illegal. Tomato r
*. Mrs. iAlexandfei< Akerman ly made the trip in three hours. have been adopted: 1 would very much dislike to be 1 in Wraps :; ,
Mrs. If. W. Doice Mrs. A. I- Carl "We, the young unmarried men of '
----- u condition that, were I called to filla Eggplant Wraps :
t Mrs.Harry Meetch, Mrs. Paul Stanley, MARYLAND VOTES BONDS :Montgomery, in an assembled! meeting better job elsewhere, I'd have to s
,, 't' and Miss Frances Bay. I : do solemnly declare that: wire "Send for Fertilizer Materials
4 I I Annapolis, Maryland. Ten dollars "Whereas, there has arisen a modern land :I'll" I certainly transportation would; Bluestone t
TINE MUSICAL. EVENT for each month's service with 25 percent fad among young women of wearing ,
I'an employer I'd never hire
AT DAPTIST CHURCH their galoshes unbuttoned and were n iWRIlE.
additional for overseas service,
man of that sort. I certainly would'
I Last Sunday evening at the Baptist! i Is to be paid world war veterans of rolling their stockings downward to a not. I thank
church there was a charming musical Maryland under provisions< of a bill point of of impropriety, bobbing hair you. PMO.Nb OH WIRE $ ,, -
recital, illustrating most conclunively which passed the Maryland house of which the beautiful hand of nature STORY OF ESAW WOOD '
that disturbance in churches are not delegates with only four dissenting has given them, and smoking cigarettes CHASE & CO. .
always caused by discords in the votes. The act provides for a $9,000- all of which in our opinion, are Esaw Wood Hawed wood.
choirs .- and the suggestion is made 000 bond issue, to be passed on by the sloven and unncessary. Esaw Wood would saw wood. II
by one of the city pastors that in peoole. Now, he it therefore resolved: AH the wood Esaw' Wood saw SANFORD, FLORIDA "l u
many instances it is better to pray _-- That we hereby agree not to escort Esaw Wood would saw.; In other
for those forming such organizations CAMOUFLAGlfWAS FAILURE any young woman to any play, words, all the wood Esaw saw to saw Thi! Largest Complete Stock of Growers Supplies ,'J
.f in.'place of finding fault, with them.' :- picture-show; party, 'dance, pr reception Esaw. sought to saw. !
Grand: Rapids Michigan.-After being who these useless andnonsensica 0, the wood Wood would saw! AndO '
Bcauee of the absence of Rev J, A. fraetin. x in Florida ., ,
Sutton, who.:was addressing an au picked up by American uniform ,> the wood-saw with which' Wood ,1, 0
silence at Mulberry' the choir members while wearing the "By way of explanation this statement would. saw wood. oH+MSf..c---: G::trbWiZ4Gb444S
was 'y
of aviation Hoto+O+X.0**4wM0
a Belgian Em-
is issued The of I But Wood's wood
S asked to,. provide the entertainment : young men I I one day saw > .,
for the evening. -The event was made He Lamard, Grand Rapids, tobacco Montgomery are not prudish or saints would saw no wood and thus the -- -- --- II'-- --- _ _' -- : _" _ _f.
so pleasing an affair that efforts will dealer, was sentenced to six monthsin but they have a better notion of propriety wood Wood sawed was not the wood _

,, be instituted to soon have another honor jail then by District turned Judge on the Session court officials His than did" the young men of Ancient t Wood would would wood saw if Wood's wood-saw :ti'4r++.*t{ 834+WSav9'<64td'6+' 'o.oo- t t OOf- '
saw. -
The, choir, with outside assistance
some -
F and took them to task for allow-
Now Wood would saw wood with
which was gladly, extended rendered ing Lamard to in court attired TO LATE TO CLASSIFY wood-saw
Those appear a that would saw wood, so
,,1 a charming program., in his bogus regalia. I Esaw sought a saw that would Women Must I
outside the choir I saw Register
were Mrs. Lupfer, I --- ---- TOK -! \I.F.---Jood seven-year old I
Mr. Lumbard, and Mr. Bryan, and the 'I The medium should always !>tIn hors Will work .nltiurlo or double I I wood.
Applat 311 Main street Ktssemmrp.20Etc. i One day Esaw saw a saw saw woodas
evening. was pronounced one of de- good spirits. i I no other wood-saw Wood saw

k I I would saw wood.
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-- -- -
-- In fact, of all the wood-suws Wood If Would
They Vole

i llllllllllllllllllllIllllllll! n llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll" lllllllllllllllllllllllnllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllL n L ever wood-saw saw saw that wood would Wood saw wood never as saw the a

'r.==: wood-saw Wood saw saw wood would,
= saw wood, and I never saw a wood-
= .: --- : - ; : ; a
zas.t : saw that would saw as the wood-saw
;---: = ,; Wood saw would saw. until I saw
\ == = Eaaw Wood saw wood with the wood IT WILL BL: !NECESSARY FOR ALL WOMEN WHO
== saw Wood saw saw wood.
tr .
air- == Now Wood saws wood with the ttlHf 10 PARIICIPATE IN Till. PRIMARY ELECTION;
i i woodsawWood saw saw wood.
= 0, the wood Wood's woodshed I 10 BE HEll I IN; JUNE TO REGISTER. REGARDLESS;; ,
The Bank -- would shed when Wood would saw

== .. theAbility With'A Dutch = saw wood wood with 1 the wood-saw Wood saw OF THE FACT THAT THEY NAY HAVE REGISTERED I

=== == Finally, no man may ever know FOR THE: GENERAL ELECTION IN 1920. DO NO I I
= how much wood the wood-saw Wood
Proverb saw would saw, if the wood-saw Wood DELAY BUT .REGISTER NOW. FORGETFULNESS f
1 saw would saw all the wood the wood-

'. == and =-=- =___ ==== saw Wood saw would saw. M.\\ LOSE: YOUR VOTE, i.
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== Willingness A Dutch Proverb lays: "When industry goes out of I he = ONE FORT MEADE GROWER EDGAR D. KAIY. :

,S = door, poverty comes in at the window." We want more == WAS MUCH DISHEARTENEDOn '
;;;;; to Serve industrious people. Every town, city, county and state of Hegl lrdllOn. I .wSupenlsor i i00v0
7 Leon Prine
,= Saturday, April ,
them. The
A wants industrious person can earn money-- == decided to try out a carload of cab- ;
i I = can save itmake a success of life.--and the whole world = I bage and beets. He shipped 40 crates -:.>0400444400- t O Ot f .. O 00400044048. 4
r = DEPOSITS INSURED loves a successful man. Don't soldier at your job-.what- for which he received $2.25 each, 37 -- --- - I II
.= ever that job may be. Hustle. Work hard and save hard. =. creates for which he received $2 each, vice an! sold a pint of hN blond for (asking/ the student senate to abolish] P.:;: ,"
=: $26. By hn act :Smith; saved the
== We 33 crates cabbage for which he received : life j the organization.
welcome the hustler. '
== $1.75 each, 16 crates for' whic) of Edward i H litT, BelfrraHe/ l Nebraska I .
d.: ;;;;;; If you ire an out-of-town reader you can ::::::::: he received $1 each, and 108 crates farmer, who had been severely in- A national liwsefihoe pitchers' maKuiiue -

== . bank with us by mail. May we tell you how = cabbage for which he received $190.88. jured. is being published at Wilming-
=-= = and in t t'ic l carlot were 7 crates of --- i ton Ohio, with Raymond II. Howard as f
r ;53 !J 0- I beets for which he received $2.CO per ROAST SOCIAL SCIENCE editor and C. Ervm Sturm as bu.inesnmanager.
== .
crate. The total sum received from ( It is the onl) mibllcation of i
-t= S NOTE: During the summer we dose at noon Thursdays, = his, car of cabbage and beets was M ndison,"Wisconsin .-- Describing | the kind in the United States and in ,.
=== beginning April 13. -_ $446.13--not bad-but wait till you the Social Science club of tho University ailed the Horseshoe World. "

,hear the rest pf the tale a true of Wisconsin as a "group of un- I '
tee:: I story. I American radicals and extremists whore No spot in New Zealand is more I t
:: = The freight charges on the carloadof inciting unrest among the ntudcnt I than 75 miles from the sea. v
vegetables to Buffalo were $440.61. body," the University American Legion ,

Bank of the The National drayage Fruit charges and were Produce$9.64.Com-and SKKI pout OMV.has adopted'OWI>.11N._ a resolution Nil.s.FT: '

r 1 Osceola County I pany's commission for handling and GRAMS Slll. NOIUilll. ..11.-.1'ul 1m. FOR SALE 4.
ii iiHour. selling was $31.23. The total freight mediate Field and shipment VeKettibl.Scrtlv' All sensonahb\Vrltifor l > }
charges and expenses of the car were Price[ List and C'utulOKUr OUI hrau- ,
$481.48. leaving Mr. Prine a deficit of tlful and Instructive-entalogue In fret I Joh Brothers'
F $85.35 to pay-and he furnished the and farming give and valuable vanieninB information for Fiortdannd I on t 4't
carload of vegetables besides.-Fort the South. Write to ns today r"r''
': ; 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. = I Meade Leader. special prices on your seed reciulremrntB. BATHOUSEPAVILIO'N
: ic Our complete stock will enable r
: u. to supply you to advantage In
I -- : = SOLD HIS BLOOD price and quality. sand

== Omaha. -Jobless and without money (L A. MARTIN SEfD CO.
.. coBteati-iachtdug piaa
F. W. Smith of Omaha; ex-soldier
"s and head of of three, 'a.. La...... ...._
't.nIlDIi/ltIiIDIIIIUUlI a family graspedat Ol..t Need I.
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