Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 29, 1923
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: VID01122
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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BIG DOLLAR WEEK-BEGINNING TOMORROW Gave Farewell i Party At Alligator Friday Night's Orderly Dance At COMMERCE FOR NEXT FRIDAY ,NIGHT

4 J.ake To. M ins Albina: Smith Who. The Graystoae la Incentive. For ,;.

ji fc | Leaves Seon..For_Jacksonville One Every Two Weeks Hereafter .

I Scores Of Stores Of All Kinds Displaying Their WaresAt ''The "Business ;c' arid ProfessionalWomen's ''The .iQravstone dining room last Forrest Lake Of Sanford A kid L. Ttf. Rhodes Of State','

Prices Which Will Be ,Of Mutual Benefit To The Club had a swimming party.. Friday!night'-was' transformed into a Marketing Bureau Will Be Chief Speakers At 'Big: '
last nigHt tit Lake hall
Monday Alligator ; of[merry making, when thirty. or-
Buyers.And Merchants'Wt hlle: .JUairttaininjj! Quality The. party.was}Q, honor.1 J>t Miss.Al.. derly couples danced to music furnished Rally To"Start The Year's Strawberry: Season '.

naUSraithi; retiring home demonstratibn >t>y' Gardner's ,orchestra amid '

TilE LISTS OF THINGS THAT ,A DOLLAR WILL BUY DURING .agent, who has resigned her position. decoration arranged by Miss Liter,,, KISSIMMEE BANKERS AND MERCHANTS VERY OPTIMISTIC '
:and expects. to leave for Jacksonville Buckelp and Mr*. Joe Johnston, of theAuxjliary
.. abdut'the'fli-strof Jttly. MI.sSmith while another Auxiliary f ,
., C has been member of the club committee served; sherbet, punch ana .. ,

;' week of bargains ture with 10 percent reduction/ a since its organization, and her fellow various kinds of layer cake. Itwas.,J The'business-Men of Kis,!mmee belle..e and looked at a lot of figures. lTliis' c. _
;ins tomorrow as the initial 'move of dollar off on lawn mowers. A few club members; like the rest of the the first social' event participated in in the strawberry': business. shows what ;he strawberry. seasonr '-a-

Week sounds like a fire sale. steps down Stewart avente GeorgeM. people in the county, are much'.grieved .by both the Makinsolt-Carson/ Post of They believe it orfXissimmee. The did. During 'those months daily .

But Dollar it isn't. The goods whUh-,are.of. --Taylor Is ." "springing some iof his to see her go. However. since she 'I the American Legion and the newly Chamber of Commerce' at its meeting cash sales almost doubled My my credit

fered by the score of merchants co- old time bargains for Dollar Week has determined. go they decided to organized Auxiliary, and It.was. a a week ago voted to recommend to business. Men who owed me paid up.'

tin In the Big Bargain Veek which make' you think you. could express their regard forher in a tan- pronounced success. EverybodY'' hada the board of governors that they One man paid us all he owed us and'\ _

ope *regular* standard .blown-in-wej; .stock upa boarding housefor four gible manner, and "pitched a party' goo4 time, and objectionable features adopt 'a'close co-operation plan with we're., still owing. him!* First ,time* __ __
are goods. .Nobody will try to sell bits. Catawampus from the hardware for her at the, Jake Monday night. which sometimes mar the Osceola Growers. Monday the board the scribe ever ran across a man who
salted gold mine, and everyone store ,we'find A.--M. McCauley] telling Thirty members went along apd\ four dances were strictly eliminated by met anoVunanlmously fell in with the seemed to be tickled because owed';' . backing a his offerings with bU\ owbupines" (\ )' %through a number of briefs on visitors.' They had a string of eats floor committees from both the men's I 1puggestionE. The first thing they did somebody ,but' Mr. Bryan 'was bnb-3 __ __

reputation. The list of the the local page, about the.,stunts you so lon'g the rep rtorlal pencil wore and. 'women'* organizations. J,was .to.plan. for big-mass meetingof blmg with enthusiasm, and'be' meant" : -'

offering money-saring opportun1t -: ottVi Make a ,dollar -xlo at his 'store/ off wnting-Mt down, and they went WitH ,.the success and enjoyment: of rulers and. business men fox next *because; .he knew that-'it _eant.... ,

stores fsounds like a business directory,: Money .talks and you'll hear a, dollar swimming and played games Even proper!) .COJlducted. dances thereby Friday night July 8, at 8 o'clock at prosperity to, ItisciD me. and'b, kaetr;' ,. t
of %the city. Practlcallv ,everykrad bill singing 'In your pocket when you 'played 'drop the handkerchief,'! according demonstrated the participant are enthusiastic the Chamber of Commerce rooms. how much better the !second :yeair "* .,J';., :
smd sort of business is advertising ,trail a 'little 'further and pipe the to some report And others for more. BegInning There will not be a call for donations, would be than the lint. ' ..* ";' '1

values for less money' except a f. fei M liar's Variety: Store when say theY' had afat, woman's race, and Wednesday night, July 11, the Le. there will be no stock offered for sale There's no use talking, that.Ant**) f :

the eboice undertaker. And his is about tht4tIy the five and ten bargains win take vice veipa; but. nobody would admit gion-Auxiliary dances will be given nothing to hit the pocketbook. Some year was a success.. It didn't Makv*' -t, .,'
business which will not b e bene/ t-bund.a1lth.' kids to.tcarry home having been entered in either, thoughnone every two -weeks. The music will be 8MtM>inder In. the line of speech- any fortunes for the .indirldaul httJ't010; : .
which wbaV: *fl for ode sflpoleon.TnenjDold denied the fact. sprained ankle furnished by Gardner's five piece or Ifyin.wiU-b. present. .-
flted by the quick turnovers | you : get growers,. but some of then*,tnad. i> t. ;.t.
"' 1 saxe the buyer lets of coin. Has a"rJronrpannpi: to your earet'ibe.Lyl and, an exhibition of first aid chestra.vA . 'Forrest Lake, mayor of Sanford, money,' and it waa the" worst or ao for* '\ '...., sf>,
oata luck, for ts. r'pleasure found in ,*"vV.: Story store and heark' measures formed an interesting. 'partof number of legionnaires and cth-> representative from.: Seminole county, marketing since Hoc.was a pup.; Bat' :. '; :' .
\ "I am worth twice aa much the JSro .Jd. era from Orlando and Saint tOond 'ureeldeetot* th.'e8.intnok'Oonnty it of
;, boUr.W.skj.WiUmake ,ar, put. scads "foreignnoney'" .Sato 'j : :.
the ( lks live .longer WitHmjl 1 It, this "week," for ,all kinds of raiment t Miss Smith Xvas presented wlt.h..a came to; 'Biaa: lun_ for the
e.-mille .G ..oI) > *. i.:: :.J'\\5.: '.' for.yori and your family from bead to ,beautiu.meUtyst brooch and during Friday, night and all were"enthusias! Merchants and.Farmers. Bank of Kisaimmee right up to th*. savings'account......' ',1 t':
-e'a1illU; *. r.,1f and-r.a4tt. foot.V.B.; : B. (Adams lists a fltftk of the presentation speech by Miss tic over,, dancing, and the ,' will be"MM of the chief ??iI'bi tlte *>,**!?. ft.paldaek dobts.Itbirtwia .- -.

4' 1D'th.Ie' I .-..", bargtkJnd, for dollar Includlnr.thlngsorS Helen Sawyer club president certain refresmnents. The Auxiliary mem- speakers. He- knows ,the-, tracking: a'fe lh rofiniperlty.: It; t.
IT 1oV of .money Bay ., ',cafI'tIk / >ating, ,cooldng, washinglrink- events transpired which recalled scenic barb who served the --refreshments. game i af Sanford and he is mightily made peclt l look",up and. see bat tWs /0-/1::0 '''J:.
*_ .down .D1 s4W*. ;t ....", Ink', .....u\nc.';\ ,."D"kiln' anelezing. effects similar to those in the trag- were{ Mesdames .W.. t. Steed, lUKel. interested in seeing Osceoja, county "n was ahinlng., It mase them Udak. : -;1

U p chances to stretch a dollar, and the and thY'ovi"ID"s" me drinking: Implements. edy", ' "When The Mouse Came In." son..Maklnaon, J.' Nathan Bryan' Sid- go forward .in the- way.-it' a1ioud'.* prosperity j noS If Luther Borbank. ";) ,,*.r'")'

f thing holds good elsewhere. .' > -ipitlate4. who had been voted ny"WCh. If. S. Geiger, Carson a producer of crops and strawberries. and I .TlaODa. Edison and scores. of* "..,... ..'
eame on the corner where Broad.' .''Quk. across' the. crowded Dollartetrtmd ;in at th! last .business meeting,. were Farmer, and Joe Prevatt. The mu- He will:be well worth hearing. If other brAinty men are,!right,'thafs that ;
Start up ; .
and Emmett and Stewart and "eelf see'Miss BsndyS hat hubjecte to {disciplinary measures, sicians were Mrs. George Gardner at L. M. Rhodes, president of the ftrst stept to real' 'honest, Wpnued, 'J.\ '

OD- way Ruby come together There's T. H.Galloway's bargains aBd up the dishes. I Overstreet with saxaphones, Byron most of the growers and most of tha ..
Corner Groeerywioi set In'o :',|'tli Around tie cortior at prosptri**'t\ ,dawning' for'Oaeeotacouaty. t. 1
I. Members the /trip and Ames, trombone!, Walter' Griffin business men in this county. Ha*is
etal choices for dollar containing Mrs. J. rxHVpodbek's Hit >Sh p the Theplnk4awn (is lighting < .
a V "
n& enjoyed the mmade : Mesdemes cornet Nathan Bryan, melophone, another mighty good speaker; and he the ;
almost everything from the prover. ladies find some more dollar bargainsin night at the.. ...1:
aI F. C. Bryan, S. H. Bul and ii. II. Shrigley, drums. These knows more about the problems .

tial to nnUr'-AtroBS'the street vests aM cottars which "belong to mass .ting,the alarm dock .wttl.go ,. ';i
be soup l lock, M. V. Borer, George Gardner, musicians all donated their services. of the and theTbeneftt .
the Osceola Hardware Is advertising tell"'at ;".CO-'-am! reductions of from ;* growers \ ,.IT, and soon the son will shine In .
tt C. E. Hilton IGlemont Jessie Decoration alias I labor the business which 6
; King, committee to men trucking '
thIss. the splendor of ,
for Dollar Week all tI. ,5011 : On oorner accomplishment.while-while f'
reductions JJ'to bfadgear.
ur. from,,60 ontoortleres' ah enrful' of info:. about 'Kleinmarv J. D. Newby, W. E.. San battalion, was appointed Tuesday section may be than any other'wan the 1' 1'&lnbow'of co.operatJon" J C1
way percent' you can'ffet derson, Paul 'Stanley, Willa Steed, night for the July dances consisting in Florida. He is especially
through the list of kitchen safes, electric how to1 make\ a dollat grow in -a 'savIngs upon that storms of yesteryear< an, r- fruit down to furni account at the Merchants andFarmers. George Steffee< J. D. Woodbeck, and of Don Siever, T. A. Cason, Joe Pre the marketing question, and that' i. .'"
III, irons, jars, the Misses Kathleen Bearden, Violet Bullock vatt, William Goldstein, and Howard a thing' that is of vital interest to __ j C (

Bank, and.oblguely Ax Irma oilman, Lucile Johnson, Hirtrell. 'A. T. French and Jim Milled every business man, grower, and citizen .

: : CHAMBER ASKS THAT' Bank of Osceola dope Countywill about-how to haven youWpLwUh Edith Miller, (Elsie Norton, Percie were named as publicity. commit of Osceola county. It unt often THEATRE ADDED :FORaHEjFODRTH :

h more Week. Oliver, Nellie .iParrish, Estelle Per- tee. that two men can be beard in KJssrn-| .
*..dollars for Dollar sons. Rhea Pherigo. Helen Sawyer, mee, on the same occasion; whit faTe '

: ELECTION GO AHEAD couple Keep of going windows', and full you'll of Fred run S.into Gil.bert' a Albina Smith,.'Virginia Smith, Anne Next Friday flight that Chamber of no especially'well adapted to h itp, _. ; :AtUKEKepth

Squires, Frances Tress, and E. L. Commerce mass meeting in the Inter their subject. The .meeting WVf.! bi
ideas about DollarWeek. You'llsee .!
Wenner. Mrs. B. C. Miller, Mrs. R. cut of prosperity will have a fine setting treat and an inspiration. .;! .....1 i f ir "It "'J l.j

Er' Wants Voters To Decide On and dollar ladies bargains hose. ,men's in men's shoes socks'..ndmen' P. Ransom, and Misses Katherine in a week of saving: money Since the Chamber of Commerce; ,l\ i Lake WiU.:!H vtJ
*I Carr and Viola Edmcnson were through these Dollar Week bargains went into this proposition so whole- :: ,
::1 ., '
And Pat Johnston' and boys'pants Vaudevillians Arid -
to Funds pants withan guests of the club. advertised in this issue.FIVJOCAL .heartedl,. some have wondered 'why.; '. :...)

Threatens Injunction; ., ,, ;: t .JdltIon4lhie and a .Jotta- which other r..Mon.ey' things, It Isn't hard to ascertain the reason.A Hydroplane. ,ErWbUlorw, i;1 ,l10

casual stroll along Broadway .. >( I-i'ts ," ".
"a Worth or1 '"Mener Back. 'Then DOUBLE !lEADER."ERE. BOYS 'rA'
:: With *.a5.Z:1bi: .of'the; take*a slant 'at. the Dollar :Week; at .. ; some other business street in Kiasirn- Indications are p.thtIa 'to ..RcIa.. tt ,,; :' :_ _
mee,. with' -occasional question r or >record breaking.erowd' )',_.LUlgto .. ,;.:
voting to'ask Persons "" l... .,
Chamber: of Commerce the Dollar Limit, where George
ily the city commissioners togo, abeadl is >iputting.uta line of Dollar THE, FDURT.OFJUlY; ,( QUALIFY ;FOR CAMP 'two, will answer of the that question to thesatisfaction i Lake on the, Foorth' '.ofJuly- that.H.; ....'.oW-* u..'t.i
en election bulk. ; Most skeptieaLADd EX Ream, who Is &nagiagth.out.r.- :oof.
and women's hats
with the proposed on Bargains in men's ,
I ch I . SaintCloud business feel tainments fer that "'- :'V. 1 1n .'
head and street funds and let the people men's and ''women's socks and hose ) men da.IIN'"T'

nI d., decide the Issue and Pat Johnstonti : men.'. and )boys'; pants and shirts, and.n Cow Punchers WillBe Seen Osceola County,ofBehlnd; In the lar' .same stunts' ..the,They sister are city dong of simi the made extensive, but Is also"improvements-building, theatreThafs addltlons -, '..:t. ''PI" ,' 1.

-V_. election maintaining enjoined: thatha, the would luncheon have was the ,kinds'lawn,Of cotton ginghams batting, crepes and ,prettv, muslins In Both. a, Mo.rning! and An Its Quota WithOnly, TenDays.LeftToFlll1t county.' But what do the businessmen not ,exactly i Correct,;'either,-, ',".: ."
enlivened by some plain speaking. nearly everything else you can thinkof. Afternoon: Ball Game \ Bay'?. ,A'few' themwere'. : ini for'the'location- 'a'nat1Jr8l'alope:,.,... 4'
80 Throe weeks .ago Mr. Johnston _. tetvl wed bya representative.of The ,which obviates. necessity. of building -? .., \\i
Is. the matterof the.election .. this time again f Gazette. No attempt was made to theatre, proper, but he la bnild- > "
)le brought up Getting hungry by Unless rain reigns the Cow Punchers Five Kissimmee boys have .passedthe interview all the leading businessmen ing foot Howent
a twenty stage.
and asked City Manager D9ughten anumber' Bohsnnon's Ideal Grocery and will the
d. Try on physical examinations! given fort \
.. but they were questioned as Tampa theoth.r" day'and 'booked
of questions abouf the cost Delicatessen. Here you'll find in addition the
street both
morning e government by Dr. H. S. Geifer,
if they to along. eleven vaudeville the
( happened come artists, lately Clf
of Ailing and allied data. Two weeks to the Dollar Week specials
and P8rftm. Wednesday, and are ready for the citizens military .
ut Mr. Gedge was asked what he Keith circuit, and will aye'act
ago after listening to Mr. Johnston's8rpments. that he is closing out his, stock to Fourth The double headeris training camp during the. monthof thought present a
U the chamber voted to ask for and has the strawberry season did honest-to-'goodness., v.admll.ahow' .
make room remodelling a sc Eustis. and those Avgust, There, seems to be a whole for Kissimmee. didn't '
ht the city commission to defer the election -I lot of other bargains.. Not only this who want to get a better ine'on both 1 lot more interest among the boys who hesitate minute He he bat said an"Thestrawberry eye twice'on the Fourth.. Perform-
until tests could be made and but hell give aWay without cost, teams than yesterday's game afford are shy a ;year on age than there is '-a as, .
season Cannot be with '
n. judged
more information gleaned. Last week I gratis, for nothing, Jbalfty cents worthof ed can do so (twice in the same place. among those who are! old enough to, by itself. The other truck: -a complete' professional troupe
the city, after postponing the election five dollars'worth crops of."players.wIU"r with the, best
with Je dan is
sugar every I Manager } trying to get go.' Those who have successfully which
were produced as a result of vaudeville the
offered the dredging machinery I of groceries you buy. You "Dad"1 pitch one of the passed the examination to date are the offerings of day.
h strawberry campaign had lot has doubled the his
a He of
and the personnel to the chamber for Wenner Sawyer's have another capacity -
: passed right by games, and he- may for Fred Lupfer,' Emerson Squires, Hamilton to do with the situation. If theie had dancing .and will have (
,pavilion rat-
Much tests as they cared to make.The stationery store if you went that the. other garAe. Irlo Bronson and Brown, Alfred Wilson, and
I been'a
normal strawberry season band both after.neon
Ulng for
chamber passed the question of way; and if you did you overlookeda Combs Young are also in the running Clayton Yates. F. S. Ledbetter Is and An electric
; acceptance of the offer and asked the bet, so right about face and see far the shoottyig' honors, and if ail going also. evening. light
I thin But even with the season as it wasthe plant has been Inatalled'.nd the new
information. At
city for more what you can do with a Dollar WHo plans work out satisfactorily some The advantages of these camps do
d results were really remarkable.The will be )) and
1 week's meeting there was read a letter \llam In those ladies' store. There are more of the eld time favorites of local not seem to be realized by the boyg'and Bank of Osceola has pier electrically lighted
furnished with dive
from the city manager, signej la decorated shopping baskets. tea sets, fans will again wear Cow Pund1ers' men of to They i" a high shoot-the-
proper age go.
100.000 in deposits than it had
more hoots and
) merry go-round all sortiof
concurrence by all of the city com- material .
palmetto placques, writing uniformLThe
offer a wonderful opportunity for a J this,time last year. Since the .straw amusements which will)) to makIng -
forth tho reasonswhy go
missioners, setting of
and talcum powder. Some morning is called fcr ten
vacation and
game for physical training, }In
started last the
"berry season for the oldfollu'mJd.die -
year a gala day
the city did not think it advisable offerings run ...high as six dollirsworthbut o'clock and the other for 3 p. m. addition to the fascinating study'ot I ,
to continue"- the savings deposits have increased $50- aged, young folks, and kiddies.
nor possible, dolfnr' will talk them
your army life. There is nothing 000, the biggest total in Tables provided for andif
representing are lunches,
bulkheading. out of them. And the boy can ret a CHURCHES TO HOLD
sory about joining any the thirteen years' history of the don't
the compul.j bring enough of,
Pat Johnston moved that communication you yousown
4 ,dollar and a quarter base ball bat fora ganization after the
camp bank and twice the .
after UNION SERVICES as big as average.It there
, and ft
be tabled. and where
dollar that's you save completed. They. do not have
. Abort skirmish the is all, in my opinion, because of along with
parliamentary .two bits. I the national guard, reserves, or anything the strawberry campaign and the resultant confections of ,
then First Union Meeting Will Be Held
J. E.
l motion was lost. Lupfer Little warm carrying all your
pur. else because they attend the .
I. stimulation! of other Additional
f presented a resolution that the chamber chases so you drop into Minick's Rex. Next Sunday Night At Christian crops.

t ask the commissioners to go nil\ Drug Store and( .see where the dol. Church. Dr. Button Preaching camp.The boys who are fortunate enoughto "Last-winter there was more money in vided -this '
circulation than I've seen at anytime In the
election and let the signing
g ahead with the lar wrecks all precedent. Chocolates, The churches of Kissimmee will be accepted for the camp will get except during the peak of high wages the Fourth, .
people decide the question, was talcum coffee tea and
g powder, jams, one month's training free. This Includes "
join I in union services Sunday evenings during the war. the afternoon
members vot-
,I. carried three present toilet articles, and stationery, give railroad fare, clothing, board,
The resolution \ \ for the next two months. The George W. Persons happened along Mr. Ream,
msr in the negative. list to choose from. And
you a long and The includes
laundry. training
. ueTics will alternate among tiien- and he was asked the same auestion day at
follows: then comes M. Katz's Sons' store, and churches will\ the ample athletics and recreation, and ,with additional "Do think
the Chamber of Commerce operating as pas an you we ly "sold" to
'Whereas, the- again you're bewildered trying to fig tors. Special musical features will be 'those who go should take along track 'should go at it again!" His answer rented one (
time requested
. some ago off the ure out which is the best bargain. presented by musicians of the differ- I and swimming suits, tennis racquets, was, "Do I think so? Well, I'm go- year and
city commissioners to put contemplated and '
Ponce silks, sheets pillow cases, and baseball accessories.The .
ent church choirs. in twice as strong' this as of
ing year
t election of Jarre- 19 123.. bleach-all togged up in Dollar array limit is not stiffas
. the The first of theo union meetingswill age quite so last. I financed three acres'last year plated. That ,
toward transferring remainder -
locking in silk
bulkhead funds to while special bargains be held at the Christian church it was. While the minimum age and I'm financing six acres this year. care of on the Monday.'t,
S of the hose for the women vie with men's 17 who will be seventeen
next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock, is any boy That ought to answer question. assured
. of obtaining your by
street funds, for the
purpose bargains in shirts and collars, and everything luring 1923 is eligible. It will be an
information from the with Rev. J. A. Sutton preaching. But if it doesn't, how's this? Since man who last
1 definite guaranteed to be "Katz honor to be one of the four thousandmen the strawberry shipping season started at
their ner
\' city commissioners showing value." LEGION AND LADIES WILL in the eight southern states who business has shown an increaseof served a
v reasons. for believing further bulk- Now jaw-walk across the street to HAVE PILAU AT GATOR LAKE will take this training, and Osceola I more than a thousand dollars a to fourteen .
heatiing a waste of money; and the Rivers Building and Stanley'sPharmacf county should have a lot more rep I'month over- previous in this minutes.
any year
Whereas the city commissioners The next regular of the
t meets your now accustomed meeting resentatives. It's about the best nine I have been in business in
f put off the election and have laid be- bargain eye. Dollar Week is celebrated Makinson-Carson Post of the American chance to get an A No. 1 vacation Kissimmee.years Business in general has C. M. .
fore their reasons for the non- cash Legion will take the form of 1
- there with it ten percent a without cost that ever showed up. been better all around. There has of Miami, .
. feasibility of further bulkheading; discount on all cash purchases of a joint picnic with the Women's AuxilIary Those, who intend applying need been more in circulation than Friday for a
- Be it resolved that this Chamber of dollar or more, and there are phonographs at Alligator Lake Tuesday night, I not wait for papers from the fourth at time money in remembrance. creation.
Commerce on,] record as being satisfied Whitman candles July 10. Chicken pilau will be the any my
go records. : corps area headquarters. They can Keep it going. It is the one best bet late for good
with these reasons, and furthergo stationery, toilet goods, not to men chief dietary attraction and all kindsof get them from B. C. Riley at the University for Kissimmee." i visit among
on record to ;request the city commissioners tion the drugs, medicines and aunt other doings will be done. All ex- of Florida at Gainesville. He turned home
to proceed with the election dries. while the soda fountain and ice .service | whether legionnaires! or is civilian aid to the secretary of war W. B. Makinson had a similar storyto
that it- may be decided by the cream dispenser will make you feel not, men'J Ir women folks, are invited an4 can furnish all the necessary in- tell. "Business increased a thou .: : : : : : : .:Monday.'t': : ..... W
people whether or not to transfer the like millionaire. And whijr you're. to come along and wrap themselves formation and blanks. sand dollars a month easily The i" -.

remainder of the bulkhead funds to in the Rivers Block there's Rep around the feed. It is plannedto strawberry and trucking business is : DOLLAR WE 'A: ; +:" 'jt
The Post of the :
the street funds, for the specific purpose Floyd's' grocery store. In addition t. have dancing at the new pavilion, Makinson-Carson the making of Kissimmee. It's the .--- + : .
of paving as far as-partible twice for the dollar, and they say bet. I awimroing, and a general good time. American Legion, at its meeting only thing to do, keep it going > Don't set up a holler about tW'
the following streets in the following Is introducing'Dollar Week: customer Members of the Saint: Cloud Legion Tuesday night thoroughly endorsed strong." That all sounded pretty encouraging poor dollar, and say it's a has: *>. ,

order: Mabbette from Bermuda',to toe new make of line borne-made but report that;, their post will have a the camp'.nd urges all boys and men but that was all on Broad. 0 been and dead. We all will bOIl,.'

Stewart; Church from' Stewart to ten,and he'. ; Introducing you to I it :camp at the lake all next week and between 17 and 24 to avail themselvesof way. Another section might have a .wiser if each advertiser bas all"e* -

Main: Stewart ,from Mabbette to twice for-:the dollar, ,:and they say but 'all legionnaires are invited to drop inany the opportunity afforded. differentstory to telL' So F. C.' Bryan .'' of his bargain lists read.. So put +

Broadway: Posseil from Church* to ter butter war me'er tasted by mortal evening I was. questioned. ,-,- .- +-onJyour-eye"glass *-, you dont.+:
Broadway; Dakia from'. Church to tonll'U : I Miss Albina Smith, who recently "StrawberriesT". Said he."Therre "need'a-spy glass to find ''-f' Wtfst&i ..
Broadway; CIyd&f, tEaw-iett-fto.., -:When;7ou'oerto'* th..poaW $ .v.Mlaa' "Bandy will have; some real i resigned from her position as 'county the making of Kissimmee'" they smdtruck1 .,'dolla-r':-wtU buy. Just .look thnatbess'.pagasa4peSbOWyOUrfr. ", ,::

Mabbette and Vine"; from, {'Main' ..toBrack. towail that;lettef-teUin* ,the ..folkl i #' one-dollar each home demonstration agent to tarryout crops too.; ..Wlt't"duri'ctthl' :; : : : : I

:. 1 ', .A" ..*" ...* ." . ' in ttbetorrid north!-'whatuk. .foe 'DottsT jWjeekv: Also another table.fnri her plans of going,intoh business strawberry season 'our business. averaged .'wage the -wolf>> /the door. \wUl :t. .
? up -o jhiUraV specially'good bargains -Jacksonville left Kissimmee for $1600 a month 'more than/.the .' / '
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And further on.'record'.a1backing breeze 'blows"vfrj Lake'Tohopekaligaiyou'll ;ddi.'i. ;.; te"r'c "
: the ,cIty commlsaiaar In'*thei.1 take'sUfew.Mtepa-; farther and .af-fZ-r-Jktnd bargains of all at the'northern'city.<'.*Wednesdsy.v'wlth' .preceding months or' the samemonthsoTJast .' .,... If;,,' 'j'" .:./.. I.; '..1

t Six ,CeaUo* C ea .J'ZC.Y1V.,*,. }.,.,( .ISOO..AU.1ate. ;. .t, .teductioni.( her sister*,) Alias Clyde Smith. :.Jt'' : year." H* got out a.Wbk. !I '/
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II II I' .. -.-:r .{ TO Notice AlXi. ii WUOJrb'hereby given''WA.r..that CONCER Bryan NOTICE IS S hEREBY 7 DICHD. OIV -N. ThaO. I '!for Ucur S Sumer,

: ir { : Advertisements 1 1'I Trading. Intends Company to apply, Florida tff the Honorable corporation << F.; Krlbbs Nos 24S., purchaser ZSO, 2S1.of ZtZ Tax, :213.Ortlflrates ;?iB-. Jflcalion' \.- 'It "

? c Cary, A. Hardee. a. Oov.rnor of the 26e. 2(8. ,1et and 243 dated the Sill day .
L ; .... . . . ... . Mate of Florida, on the 6th day 'of of June, A. U. 3921. has nlecl. said cer v1
'I NOTice OK ]MA.TKH'$ .$ALI. July A. D. 3923 Tallahassee. FlorIda tll\cat i |'n m) .offtce. and. bee mad appllciitlon -

.. In Clr rlt- Court for $h* Seventeenth. for authority making .1Tt'cti"fI the for tax. deed. to Issue. In acrorilanee & ;
Judicial Circuit of the Btate..of Florida amendments to the Cha1"t..r'of. the Dry with .law. Said .eertlI1eatesembrace elsbYrsell.
of Osceola InChancery. an Trading Company' as appended tim follnwlns\ described'iprop. : :
t in and for. O.the V.County. Krlbbs. Complainant, hereto. trty, situated 'In Osoeola County FlorIda -n.i &J:44L{

.V .... James R. .epler .t si. Respondents This the ZSth day of June.'A. l>. 1923. to..III'Cl'rtlftaate '
No. 248. Lots :S I. :3tt I .
.' .,f Maater's.' ForecloHure Sal*. Notice ofc Mortcraffe.In hereby Notice glv- By Eugene c. ,Iran; rrea No. 21 0. Lots 7 8. Block
rn by the undersigned an Special :MastEr (Corporate Seal) > !JruZ DIO -
. 18.I But-used to C. U. Barrs.Certificate .
heretofore appointed In said cause ATTEST: : N. C. Bryan, Secretary ,! I
: :
Mo. 251. Lot IS. Block ,
r to carry. out the terms the of the Z8th final, day decree of the stockholders 16, As._Hed toV.. .\. McCool. .. .. .
herein entered on DID RESOLVED l.y .
Ij l Certificate No. 2i".2.: Lot d, UI..cli.n.
Juno that pursuant to the terms Of said of the Bryan Trading Company at Asaesscd to J. :M. Kail.Certificate ( REDUCED?)'

Anal decree, I shall said unless llnal payment decree a.I. a meeting held after proper notice holding bvpublication No. 253. Lot it. Block ; 'baN .m't DO ouch acamfle,
provided for In and mailing-" the '
made prior to the HnU Day. offer for of such meeting for the purpose' ufamendment 17.Certificate Assessed Unknown.ZiS Lot 3. Mock, \ railroad and hotel S.9.ehisais.f.r w....,!...nij.S ?;

t" ale and Hell In front of the CourtHouse of the Charter of paid Corn- 1 e. Assessed tu Joe Kla.....'. .., ... wUraTh nj ,,
door, Klsslrtjmee Osceola CoMn- puny, that the Charter of the. Hryai, O.-rtlllcute Xo. 2&C. Lot 1. Block \ ? h_.. rr.a.ay J.a .. -
*y. Florida on August th. A. U 1928. Trading Company originally lstiod to i TE "
Aaiucsed. to Unknown.Ortlrtrat" ... hi IIUIe ,'U'
20, .Qur .
the lesral. hours for sale to In thefollowing : .. .
:,: between bidder for cash It be, and It Is, b..r..byam..ntJe-d No. 25$. Lola 13, 1 4. .... .,
the highest" and bent particulars! ;. ., S.
Illock'li.. to H. TailorCertlllralw .
4 therefor the Interests. of the respondents (a) The name of said corpotutionshall : Assessed .... ..
... ;
Block .
No. 262. Lot 1 .
as the same .existed on the dateof he changed from Bryan Tia J the execution of the mortgage foreclosed Securities Investment -. 21. Assessed tn Unknown.Certlltoate
to Ridge .
: 1 l In .aid cause the 4th (Corporation.b No. 2C& Lots J2. IS nest DathingDeac1iesi&Florida :
Unknown all of
Block 22.; IsfteHRed to
IJ. 1JZ2. or as thereafter of ;
r 1tt11 day ot March. A. ) Th* authorized capital. stock
j and the Interests of allpersons said lots, being In Kissimmee Park. .S
acquired the Ridge Securities Investment Corporation
I j The laid lands beliifr assessed at thedate
': claiming an Interest In said shall consist of loou sharesof INSIST
tIe of said certificates Ifnecesary
lands under said respondents or u roof preferred stock of value of of Issuance
I" .
In the shown above. UIII" CHAMBER'COMMERCt.3tcrttlnj S
names as .
Bald date. In the follow.
them llAObO/ each, such Mock to carry no .
J I located In oitieola said .. shall he redeemed according -
Jnjr described property. "vetlnir power and such stock to be
Florida to-wlt: to law tax deed will Issue ttftreturt :Applicative:
County paid for In lawful of the United
"All of fractional sections 11. IS. 1* States or In property money labor or ser\'Ices i thereon on the 80th day of July; A D1D23. Why p1aytiicki on your taste? Accepting

and twenty -six <2C) I at. valuation of such property J. I... Oxerstreet. Clerk. "
Township a just substitute for Ward' Crua1
thI4oof Range Twenty-nine ((39) labor or services to be fixed by the Director Circuit Court. Osceola Comity, Florida. C .. a genuine *
-. and SRAL) By S. H. Bullock.. !>.< C. : '. .. '. '
fractional section II the
Rast. also of the Company at a 'm."UnKc..llf
is like
3. I' ...t'half: west half of southeast quar.ter >d for that purpose and 1SOO shares jB-Lt! BUYERS STARTING ON taking grind Organ to grand opera.
'. and Lot one (1) of Southwest quarter of common stock of the value 'off
par CROP
\ of Northeast quarter of section 100.00 each suoh ,stock to be paid for S Just on genuine.
: nineteen. (lt) ; of said township twen- In lawful money of ,the tnltea States. DKKH.NOTICES .
I I : 4 1() In range thirty (30) 1ast.L or In property, labor or services at a IS HBRKBY GIVEN. That Tampa, Jane 23.-First report i of, Wazd'a Crushes awe their distinctive and4e1ghtfidflavQrtothenatura1rruitoi13o

:, I The Bald .actions and parts thereof just valuation of such property. laboror Mrs. Mary D. Bronxon. Administratrix advance sales of oranges for shipment -
of Estate uf John K. decea.oel.purchH..r (
comprising the aubdlvlslon known asKlMrimmee services to be flxed by the Dlr..tor. Bronson .. '
1t i Ii during the 1923-24 sta on are
of Tux Certificate No.. 1D2. .
I.3, I P L thereof on file Park In, the according ofllce of to the the Clerk plat of for the that Company purpose.c at .a meeting. : called. 197. 1CS. and 164, dated. the Cth day of, coming in. Buyers arc renorted t
I I d. .' ( o/f/ the Circuit Court of sattd Osceola, ( ) The principal office and place ofbusiness June A U. 1921. has filed said oertlll- have paid 75 cents, per ben the''
I I recorded In Plat Book No. yateS In IP1ott1c.. and has mad. application been added cane citrus: fruit
4 County, of said Ridge Securities Investment tree for a few crops of Deipto county : pure sugar,
fur tax deed to issue In
I' .. i Von operation pane 41.of Exception this, dereeaii however the lots 1'olk Company County Fla.shall be Hain.sCity with Is* bald certificates <,,,,- fruit. It is generally believe! that juices, U. certified. food color fruit acid

t '1' nloeks and tracts of land sold and (d) The highest. amount of Indebtedness brace tli* follow-IIIK described property many fruit speculators lost( cOII'lidt'r.:1:
Bltuatfd In OKOH! C. unt 1.lorida, and carbonated them.
f conveyed befor the execution of the or liability to which the corporation > able hums of money in opera: Everobodylika
\ jriortgK foreclosed in this suit. The ran nt time suujoct Ilielf; to-wlt:
4 152 of SIof faK of Section tions during the part season and its
I" tracts, lots and blocks of land embraced Is the sum of '600.000.011. SVi .
2. 2;}; South: 2* that of Ihcni will lit. f
I' S In this decree. as shown by th. said ((5) Th. number of Directors of salilCoiporntloii rownHhlp range expected many ,
1 plat of Klsshnmee Park are as follows: shall be Incrensed from. d Kant.. :0;... 117 N 'i. of 8KVi' of Section empt to recoup ther losses nest season

Lot. 1, 2. 1 and 4 of Block 1', to C, as provided by the original rhurter 4. Township 25 South Eunice 23 Kant. .: I by buying fruit where it can bs 'W &:r
;No: 158. NI'or, of NKU SSSO
S I Lots 1. 2, 8. and 4 or Block 1: to from 3 to 7. Hep IL.
5-, Lets I. Itt and 10 H of Block 3; A true copy. yds. \\'. .440 > 0s N. 70 yds )0;. 120yds picked up at low figures.
is Lots 1. 3. 4. 6 and < of Block 4 ; ATTEST: X C. BRYAN JSfUL) N' 5DO > dKV' : 110 }ds. N. Z20yds.
i, &l Lot. I. 2. 3. 4. 6 and II ,of Block Ii ; Secretary of Bryan. Trading Co. T:. 220 Vila in Section C. Towiikhlu l.t Weekly Citrus Review ;
'South. RanRe 28 Kast No. J 44. Begat :. .vamge-
Block 7
11 All of being one lot) ; -- 5,
\0 ABe (being? one lot) Block 8; intersection of &S, line of lot 2 and Tampa. June 25.-Uoth orange and! ; ,
I l1 Tfl itS S. .. .4. t. t _d 9 of. Block B; Iern1.m Of 0., ......, A_...straterrKxrs Fit. ot Way of 1 1... Midland K H run grapefruit prices showed a penerml

L Lefts 1. g. t. 4., 8. *. 1. 1.. I. 13. 13Lp3 >(.r to sell Heal Kutato. Northwesterly along Rt. of Wa' 16 lower tendency the past week due t*
In County Court, Osceola County. t-hs. Southoeiiterly. at right angles.
1-4 of Block 10 .
,S, .I j S J Ii 14t. 6. e. 1. 8 and; lv of Block 11 : 8tljl.te of Flbrlda.In with said lit. of Vajto S line of Lot the irrepular quality of fruit being I.

S ots '1. Z. 7. S, 10, 11 anfl 14 of Block r* Ute lhttebf Annie Vera Tucker. Z. thence along said line of bep In eceherl at markets 8ays gt'neral

t 1 Minor. Section IS, Township 25 South. Kanr dales rna arr GeOl'C'C"t' Scott 01 .... I AT.USJ[

S 'tots Lot. .1."4.. *B.. t.4.1.and* l'Id'lI C.U of of JUock<$lootL 14*$S,; To. .the of said Honorable Cotjrf T. L. Comer' .Juge. 2'T';:..weld land 'b.inga.asessed:. at'tht the Klorida CitrusN'ExchaTi ; 'fIY'M. ': .. " t

r 1 botspi. Z and Z of Block IP- Your petitioner. respectfully represents date of Issuance of said certlftcatea In I n-ekly citrus review. S ..
; I Lots >'andIt of Block Is.Block It; that She is ine" iruardlan of theminor. the name of UNKNOWN' Unless said "Western markets are generally LDIB.CRUSH .
.5 1 1. 4. 7. (. 10. U. 1Z "and 14 of estate of Annie Vera Tucker a certificates shall be redeemed aocordas low and weak" the 1 F t' W4QWH -
L i '''J or1\. Count and Stat. af
S L ;! ?tIr 4'f. I. t. 13. 1Z and K of Block That there .l Ie. be Ion(In r to'ald cctat.cert.lfl on tbe Mth day of JulJ. A 1>. 1123. Eastern auctions outside of -rlew
I real estate situate. J. L. OV1RSTHBitT.Clerk York and Boston are alao Io'v.," QI1.j .
It, '4, C. C. 7. ,'. B. 10. 11. 13. 13 and beIng to-wlt In said County described, as Circuit Court. ty of fruit especially grapetrui cca-o'; Ia B4g; 'Wok8
1. 11; follows, : :*-Gt Osceola Cc>unt,. Florida I
,\ PI'M1oek fiK of mving- a greater effect the stabihty -
7 21 ?, WK'H.of Seetlon SB. Township on
'yots J. Z. 4. 5. and of Block ;
1 tt 1. 3. 4. (. 4, 7.'and ..of'Btotk31' ; Z. South. Range S3 East the aald In the Circuit Court for the Seventeenth, of markets. While good fruit : : Kissimmee, Florida

.-Gt. .' .aId1e, of ,look-21: : lands lylnr.and being In Osceola County Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, continues to bring good prices the; (4* CT
\LOt. 1. .. 6. and I of .Block Z4; In and for Onoeola County. James BUepler. of for lesser grade ,
S your Petitioner believes It to range prices jr4rie
tots4nd I of Block ZS; lalntltY.. vs William O. JC'::.n- 'f .. .
be for the best Interests of .. ...
estatetoe.hI gre-atly.
S tot"I/\ Z and Zof' Block 24: Till, efendant Damages lltiOOOO. Notice \ ---- -- -- -p '- ; ---c:
Lo4sr2. a and 14 of Block 27; I : "talfl, real estate. and that said of Institution. of Suit and Summons Florida shipments the past s*f*. .
1. Z. 11. 1Z. 14. 16 u. 17. 1Z.IfTzo. conveyance; M made at private sale "
Lts Z. to Appear The State of Florida 164 cars grapefruit
Zl. ZZ. 23. 24. 25, all of Clock"O" That your Petitioner desires to make 10 \Vllllani U Kenne, No. COO American ayswere JJl.Wb. CI "'" '
: aerordlntr to the plat of the ,*.ulll.I.lon such sale ....for the following, purpos-s' State Bank Building Lansing. cars oranges a total of anS: ] P C>>D.

S of the Hotel Site of Klsfclm-i and reasons, to-wit: MlLhlrun. and to all whom It may con- Shipments for the season .
moo Park. Osceola County Florida, bejnar : For the support and education of ctrn: :Xotlr-e. III hereby grK'n that a suit 4.535 cars oranges and 18,395 care "
the '
maid Annie Vera
Tucker minor.
a part of sections twelve (12) and' a by attachment Wa.. Instituted In the S Licensed
total) of 'ars."I DirectorS
ent-slx Your Petitioner therefore prays that grapefruit, a 42,930 (
.thirteen (1Z) of Township order be. above entitled court said uauae beiiiK r% Stor* .,,11 CA..I
an bv honor .
I may granted .
South twenty-nine ZV) your '
fIt) range ( entitled 1111 above set forth The suit ---
S Ka>lt. sccordlnpT to the official. platS eatate authorlxlnir, for the" a purpose sale of aforesaid the said real und embraces the Interest of the said \.tI. Next Friday nigbt- that" ChanuI'of S -on- A 5 WOT.Hijl .,... . .I....* /. *..eJssjSfovJart
filed and recorded amongthe public O. Kenney in Lot 9 of Block 21.arrord'ntr .
S Commerce mass meeting in the interest
that such -
other and further orders .
5" 1 of Florida In may AII.
S records Oscepla Coutv. to the Plat of the subdivision "_
plat book No. 1 at page 41. ho madIn the premises as the nature of HlKHlmmee Park Osceola Couu- of prosperity will have a fine e(,

k S ALso: Vll of fractional section 20. of the case. may MARY demand ANN ty. Florida and recorded among the tine in a week of Ravine moneY' KiHint.. 6nO Aahliiei Stnict it Call

4 80. and sll of section 16, except the K12RTICSTATB ecoids of Osceola County, Florida, In through these Dollar Week bargains
Northeast OF FLORIDA, ) , Of floe: Z4t i PHONES ".Bealdebce T$
east half of the "
qun.rt"rteof Book 41- also
1'llI.t) 1 at rae ; 'at'd to. i
On in Issue.5PInt -
cla. advertised this :
"" County. ) -J
,, all In Township Zt South. I .'lnp personal property vis: Z .
Personally appeared. before thl
Rang Z* East, exceptinghowever, me .
1I'100ve l named Mary Ann Feitir. Guardian work horses. and harness; 1 2horsewairon . .. ...
all --- - ,,
from ,the operation of this decree I rake --S-- + -
of Estate of Annie Vera Tucker.. : mowing machine ; hay ; and keep planted a home
the tracts lots and blocks of land sold I plow; 1 harrow and 1 lot of tools and
and eoiiveyed before the execution of a Minor who, being by me duly sworn farm implements located oit the. Northwest garden and eat something from it
the mortgage. foreclosed. In this ,..uit.I says that the matters set forth In thforegoing quarter. of the Nortbean
-_ 'The said sections and carts of sections : petition MARY are true. and the East half of the Nortl aaquarter less meat and other expensive (qnj BASS COMPANY
I comprise the subdivision known as Mc- ANN FI- RTJC. COPTRUCPN<<
of the Northwest quarter 0 l ,
Sworn ntrates and note the iniprovem.nlineyour
and subscribed I before me, .
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this 14th dav of
November, A. I). 1922. .
: cordln to the plat on flle in the ofllce* : South; lngee29B&taf"1lahassee faelings.i .
S fit the Clerk of the Circuit Court of KATHLEBN V. BBARDK.V. CONTEACWflStifl BUILDERS
)1er4iar Jeoeola Ceunty1 Florida.Ycu
$ > ;
I County ''Florida, and .. ".flIn'Plat Notary Public Stnte of Florida. are"* eommanded to .b* and > >-r ici3 wK.Apn.irATiov von, TAX ;
(SEAL) ily commission' f"XIII"'ea Octith
Book'No.: ;l.'at par 11. The ItKKII. '
( appear In the above entitled cause ont WOOD.
S S" tracts. lots and blocks nt ,j land .*inhracsd .> n .4. ,.. Znd day of July, A. D. ItZZ. WIts BRICK(,; STONE
\ S : In this decree., as shown ly. the ness the ''Honorable C. 0. lAredrews aaudire.of Notice' .- II Hereby. Jlven< Tlmt )farS
S 'f5 said -plat ore the ''followlna: -S CRRTIFICtATH.' the abov Court and my name A. L. IteynolAs. purchaser of Tax Ceff STEEL. STUCCON.
". s .'Th McCoofi lands as chown on .ald TO ALL WHOM IT MAY i CONCERN? aa Clerk thereof on this th tth day of tlflraUe plat .* ept. beicliinlnK at ,the Southeast BB IT.KNOWN. That Bryan Tradlnr April. A. L>"123. J. I... 'June. A. 1>. 1921. has tiled said cerrtni .
S corner of Lot No. 1. McCool's Addition Company a Florida corporation. hereby Clerk of the abov Court. cate lir my office,' and liaa made application '322 rRoyal Street MS aP11.ave. "I
'to Klsslmrne Park; run thence certifies that at a meeting of the (Circuit Court Seal for tax deed to Issue In accordance : ::

Beutill! < fet: theno Northerly .1Z14.5 stockholders of said corporation held Johnston, A Garrett. oJ with law. Said certificate embraces .. .
S foetthence, West II feet; to the Northeast for that purpose on June 26th. 1123. Counsel for Complainant ZO-IOt the following described property - - ----- -- _
: corner of aald Lot No, 1. and thence pursuant to due notice, the proposed situated In Osoeola. County. FlorMautowlt.
South 1ZZ4.S feet to point. of beginning. amendments to the Charter of the said NOtICE TO lUDKRt i.Lots i.
II, The said McCool lanes, exee-st: as above Bryan Trading Company were adopted NOTICE I. hereby given bv the 67. 5*. .9 and CO Block B. YI.l r
I beta the Northwest quarter of the by unanimous vote In favor of Much Board of County Commlssloneis. of Os- ling and 0<>01"'" Sub-division of Lots
4 Northed quarter and ins East half of amendments. the holder of all of eola County. Florida that sealed bid 39 i.rd, 4$. S. L. 1. Co's *tuh.dlvists4! .
j the Northeast. Quarter of the the 'Issued stockof said corporation. will be received up to ten o'clock A.p.r. of Section 11, Township 26 Sutfth. r I
west quarter of said Section ZS; North'j I and that at a Directors meeting": called : on the 16th day uf July A. D 123 : Range 30 I- a..t. .In: eat ,
/ Lot. 1 3. 4. f. .T. I. 9. 10. 11.. 12 for that purpose held on June ZSth. at the office of the (Clerk of the Circuit The said land bln; usnessd at th* r J; reasc.u
J. S S 1S..14.. 11. '1C. 17, 18 11 and SO of BlOCk.: i.)8. pursuant .to.proper notice. all the Court. OFfeola' County*. Florida at the date of Cite' lasuencc: of said Cfrtlflca.r ,
*. aI': .5 !I Direct era by unanimous vote also Court House. ICisslmrnee Florida for in the name of B F. 'M11I.. t.Tfol'sii i
) S Lots 1. 2. ". 4. 6. ( and 7 of Block at ; adopted said proposed amendments as the purpose of the following described said rcrtilicat shall be redeemed ,axf- Vtor
I H {.cts 1. 2. !r 4. 5. '. 7. 8. I. 10. II. It1Z. 'I contained In the. attach certified copy "".. ....n.1 Road and Bridge District cording tn law, tax deed .. 111 I.*U4 : buying Columbian
'. 14. 16. 14. 17. 18, U. SO and 21 of of resolution of the stockholders passed Bonds, to-wlt', : thereon oti the 23rd day of July .4. D .
S, lilovk Zt; I'I at laid. meetingand Instructed the 180,00000) par value of Bonds of the 123. Ji"k: 0KKHTHKKT. t
.5 I Lotsl.2,,7and2of111ok President to take the necessary step nomination of f 6OO,00 each numbered Circuit Court. I.
.' 38: to make the same effective. 1 to lilt Inclusive. 2Z-5t Osceola Count, Klorida. j1OTICK they last
S j Lots 1. Z. Z. 4. C. ". 7.3. *. 10, 11. 1Z BKYAN TRADING COMPANY also Said Bonds will bear interiat at the , longer
1*. 14. 15. K. 17. 18. II, lu. Zl. 22, 21.I certifies. that It Rave the notice of Intention ate uf six per cent. per annum Inter- OK A..rl..TIUJ\/ 'OR 1AKNotlo
l If and {K of Block 85; to apply to the Governor for eat payable sml-annuall Said Bonds Dt.ID S I The
Lots 1. Z, S, 4. t C nndI of Block" M his approval of said amendments attached will mature and due and payable I 1:* Her' b> Ulven.j '! That 7. 7"Rtlca largest laboratory, devoted to
.: Lots I. .. U. 4. i C. 8. 7, 8. *. 10. 11. 11. hereto by publishing such notice I over u i> '':d'tnO years at the purchaser" of Tax I'erflHraf :MolISO.
/ 1*, 14. 15 14 17. 18. 19. 20, Zl. 32. 23. with a copy of the proponed, anof' b each year for the first ZO dated the 11th lay of June. A. DJ : dry cell research, experiments continuously -
24. ZS and 26 of Block 86 : amendments to the Charter In The years beginning 1 ear after date and HJl. hull lied Halt certlflLUte I In myfric
S Lots 17. 18. 19. 20, 21, 22 and 23 of Klsslmmt Valley Gazette H newspaper G t sear for the lust lu years biiflnlnr and bun made ftppllcatlon for tux i to make them "last longer."
S. t\ mock 27. nuhllsh sird of general circulation 21 years after date deed t. Issue In accordance mlfh fair.
The terms of Bale to be cash Tills In Ouceola County. "Florida on the The Board reserves the right to re- Said' oertltlcate '" the follovlna S Columbia Hot Shot or Columbia
tho 29th day of June. A. D f>21 29th day of June. A. D 123d jeer any and all bids A ertlfled check described. property Mltuated In (>nc<.olaounty

: _.. JOHN S. CADBL. I TESTIMONY WHKKKOF the for It.(10.00 payable to the order of the KlorlUa. to-wit : I Igniters are 'for needs.
,' Special Master In said Caus-. I Kryan Trading Company has caused Chairman or the Hoard of County Commissioners NW'i of SW.., Section 8, Township "right" your
.' W. J. STKED. II I this certificate to be aliened by Its Osceola Count) Florida 2. South fLange 21 Caxt. less betclnInjr That's
': JOHNSTON &: OARRISTT. : Prexldent and attested by Its Secrnary must acionnpan)' each bid. Pt NCtirner.. run South to 'South I why people have the habit of
S. Counsel for Complainant. 29-41 I and sealed with Its common seal This the 15th day of June A. D 1S2J.J r..n th..rn>f. East 12(1( yurOi.:: North to 1
(Common Real) U. OVKRSTItEKT.Clerk North line thereof, \ent to |Milnt, ,)f asking for Columbias.
of SEVi of NK>4 Section n.:0.. 63: BRYAN TRADING COMPANY. uf the Hoard of County c'om- -KlnillllK
NEH4 of NKK Section 28 all of shove Hy Hutrene C. Bryan PresJIentATTKST fnlKRlrtnrH.' HCeola. Count) Florida. The !land. belne R.nased at the date Columbia
c S lands being,; In Township 30 South. : N. C. Bryan. Secretary 'Seal of County. Commissioners. ot l Issuance' of mild (.i'rtit."itte In the I Dry Batteries for all purpo** are cold

Range 1Z East.S 2n ( >srolu fount) Florida) 27-Ot ame of J. AlcoKronson !TnlHR ftnldcertldcatv by hardware and general stores electrical and a.tooupply
No. 70 NW'I of NW% Section 1 shall be redeemed according ,
t k Township ill South. Range 3Z Kast, all !%<>'!'KH OR; APPLICATION KOK TAN: N )TI<'K .IK PI-L.ICATIO FOR lAX to law tux deed. will Issue thereo.ii. : on shops, garage* and implement dealers.
of above lands being assessed at the IncICU.N'rl. : ICERD.MiTICK the "fith duy of July A. 1). 123J
date of the "Ivsuunce. of mild certificates U OVEHHTRKKT.
.5 1 I I .- IS IIKREBY OIVKN. 'ThatRoberta .
!) IS HERJn1111';; ::-:. That
In the name of W. W. Ordwaj Clerk Circuit Court.Ct .
I Leon H U.,.. HoIIfT. purchaser of Tax .CerItKate -
purchaser uf THX r. -
No. 47 NWtt of NK14 Section 27 inS rtlllc.ito :'- (steoa) County >"loildu.WTII .
.1 Nun 111,3, "25. 927 and 929. dated
Vo !9)7! dated
th Cth day of _______
Il, Tnvnshlp ZO South Range 52 Uaat June A. I). 192) has filed Bald rtlft- the 2nd day' of .'u"... A. I I' 1H19. h.-
o The said land being assessed at the c lied said .. ' 'i: OK rni.irTn> FOR TVNotlce Columbia
tat In vy office and hat made t! i tlllc* t in my office and S
application ,
.5 date of the Issuance of said c -rtlflcates for tax deed to issue In has mud. replication for tax deed to 'I UIC'I).
a<'iorUtn.e -
S in the name of Unknown. UnlfH I In Hereby liTen. That Jon
:<. '1\ Ith )h.w. Said 'tlllHte issue 111 accordant.* with la*'. SaidertlflrHt
ic said certificates shall be redeemed ac ,s : h*. fwliowtn desrrllxd LII "mhrixc .' ..A rmi>rar the following de- I utUr. loiichunir' of Tax CrtitirntNo. ( -
_ S I cordingto law. tax deed will IH ueth..reon t>.. oltilalftl. In Onceolu. piopcr- rrlbed propern situated. In OHccola ; 212. lat< c the 14th day of July. A. I). t'wlt: County Flurlda ..'ounl) KIdrldn t.-\\ It: 1) 1K2O hag lied Mill rortlneat. In n1offlce. ;'

S :{. I 1923 J. K OVKR8TRKKT. Lot. 1 and 2 Block 2. .\. K Itune- Lot 14, Uloik V. C. .\. r-arson'a .\"al- and ban mad. application. for Dry Batteriesthey
Cleik Circuit Court tat Oe'il to I iHiku In :teeordanwith
gene Rub-divlslon. of N '.4 of HI-; '4 of lon to ""*"ln1lIlr. embraced In 'rax
011".01. .unty. Floida.S la.ts' Suit cirtlntatt* folwliiK
cmbract thi*
r N)'; >4 of NW % of Section :2!H. To\vnBhlp "Vrtillrale No. 9O3 and loin 27 28 and a
t By 14. H BULLOCK D C. :2i! Houth Kansre 29 Bast 29.Inbr5'pd In Tuv: rtlIl.ute. No. I I O-rill.cU i.rol..rt y. .11 t I1n I Oil In -
,. I (SEAL) 27-Kt .The said land being" asgeiHed the 525. Lotii 84)). to 41 1 InilusUe. except Lots eredln County, Florida to-wlt longer
date of ihsuanoe of said at 3G and 18 milirHcid.1 III Tux <.>rtinc'Bt.. Fractional rut 46, KvrninulH [... ndall l !\.K OF .. .NA.. I>IHfH H"H 'el'III..t.' In Tnv<,,ntinviit i omiiany'n HulnlU'i Inlou of.tli
the naiiit->f J. II. Mclxinal.l Unlessail ) No. !927 I find Lot .0, embraced. In Tax _
I. : !\ .: Eon KINAI I>l*< MAHf.K .'erttfl(-ate shall b.. r'.1..m..d "ertllBle!\ :No 929. of ilKhrlst "Second ,'ra"I1. Section 21, TowliHlilp 26 I
I I'OTU't. I
fr a In the County Judsres, Court of OsceolaCounty. to law tax deed according .Addition I I South, Range 31 East.The .
+ h 1 Florida. In the \.all"r of Ida Issue said land.l being aso-s'tcl ut the
ther, on on the lull day" uf July :\. 1). The Maid land liointc apsi ""**d at the
54 $ 1.. Pfann. deceased Noth..ot Application date of the I issuance of said crlMKut"In gLS' T5t
_ _ tE 923. J. I I.. PRHTKKKT: ,1"1.> of Innuafif of Raid certificate In '
.S For Discharge: ("It.ik Circuit Oourt. the name" of i K. K Lesley Unless. the name of Unknown. Unless said
Notice Is hereby ulv<'n that the uri'derslcned. 27-5t meola Tountv Floripla aid iertiiieat.* shah Im redeemed ac- certificate shall bn redeemed. HCtr.r S as Executor of the !*fvs' otdlriK t" Ia w, tax deed will issue to law tax deed Hill |issue th-rcon on t I'
t1 Will and Testament of Ida 1. T'fann --- hermn in,u Ih" n.;th OH} nf July .A. I). the Ztnl l diM of Tul\. .\, I) I'i23I .
b ,deceased will apply tu the Honorable NUTn'lC OK ArrL''ATIO\ FOR T"X 1923. J U OVERBTRKKT . I,. OVER. TREFJT. __
T. I. Comor. County Judge of Oscouli UICEI). ('l.-rk Circuit Court. ci.rk Clrult Court _
_ r-oimty. Florida on the 14th la> ofAugrust. NOTICI'"J8 HIoRIolITIIVEN.. That 7-5t Osueola County Florida..ft'Iut5E 28-5t < iHceola County Flol'I'la.)
S A. U 1121. for an approval of F Welsbrod, purchaser of Tax Certificate 4: : _ _ _ _ t;

S hi. final accounts mid his discharge assuch NOS 593>> and 194 dated. th. 6th ttV. 4 P1ILICATIOKOH TAX NOTICB OF APPLICATiON FOR 1AX ,. 1 V
Executor. day of June A. D. lull has tiled said DBED. IlclCI) a
-I' S This 12th day of .June A. n 1423 certificate In my office, and has mad* NOTICE! IS HEREBY OIVEN. That Notice Is Hereby Given That H. A.
,. t hENRY M. PFANN. application for tax deed to issue In ao- H. H. Hudson purchaser of Tax Certificate Hunter purchaser of Tax Certificates
4. Executor of the Last Will and Testa rdance with law. Said certificates No. 101>>. dated the Cth day of Nos. K3, 64. 116. 07. 88 19. 7O dated the
S ment of Ida L. Tfann deceased .embrace tbe following described property June. A. I). 121. has filed said certlfl- Cth day of June A. D 111. has filed
); 17->t situated In Osceola County. FlorIda ate In my office and has made application said certificates, In my office and has
;t to-wit: for tax deed to issue In accord- made application I for tax deed to Issue
S TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Lots 64. Ct and I'. SemInole Land and ance with law Said certificate embraces In accordance with law. Said certificates ,, -.c tI'.
.. l la hereby given that the undai'sinned Investment Company's Subdivision of the following described property embrace the following described ii..j:! '.:.: j.:: .. .. ( ii- A..1 ... '
,; S will apply to the Honorable C. O Andrews all except the 8U of SWti Section Zn situated In Oaceola County. Florida. property. situated In Osoeola County : '
.5/ < Judge of the 17th Judicial Circuit } Township 27 South Rang ZO'Bast. to..1t. Florida to-wlt: .. 'S
4 of the State of Florida. In and lot 1h. said land being assessed at the Lot 18 of Block D of Eureka No. 63. Lot Z Section 14. Lots I, Z, : ,ii.tS !
4, Osoeola County: on the (1st day of date of the Issuance of said certificate' The said land being: assessed at the Z. Section IS. No. f5 NWU Section 2*. .' '.'t': : .

July. ..\. 'D. 18ZZ for license to manage, In the name of Unknbwn and M. Snllle. date of Issuance of .said certificate In NOo'" B% of'BWti' of NB14! and W34 S 8-- a." .. Spsis.Oft> <
S. I take charr of and control her property Unless eald.rtlflcat... shall be -redeemed the. name of LN.' Walker. Unless e Iislt..s .. d.7 S .
,'c 5 and become a free-deal.r In' veryreaped. according to Jaw tax: deed will. said certificate. ahaU be redeemed s.c. ." 4 '
t; d Dated at Kissimmee, Florida issuathereoiton, the Zlat day of July, cording to law. tax deed will '... 666 cures Malaria hills and \ 7t ty. ,. 'rI
ti h2 LI on' this ,the 20th day, of June; A. 'lc -1 J}. 1(21. J. L. .OVKHSTKEBT. hereon on the 14)th) day of July, .&. !D. t ,)t.t a. '

t '. : i3... . A.NNJI!! :\,<;f3W... . ... {, Clerk Clrclt Court. 3933. '. 3.' U OVBBSTRHKT, !' Peter, Dengue'or.- :Bilious ; : S
1 P'i ...JOKN8TON. ., OAftRETI' : ...:" ( HAL) Osoeola Coanty.\ Florida. Cleric-Circuit i Court.. : "+. :: :. i

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I "IB '" ' ,, i 'AO's1...0.0.0404.".'I'.".O-.,.,A, .' CE0RtA'dBCtOR.vISITS .. _' -
J' THE' WATCHER, ,.e Dr, F. W.' $" Schnausa. of 'Valdosta,1Seorgla ;I r V'Y, 3IZ'. -.a:, --:= .
Dollar Week I with his family; Is visiting
BargainsI 1000004000 0006000 0 In Kissimmee with his daughter Mrs.
Now the plural of mouse'Is mice, i L: E. Fenn on Verona street. The'
< And the plural of louse is lice; doctor is tourtnaFlorida with a view, F. C BRYAN? CO. GROCERYDOLLAR
To be correct and say it, nice, toward locating somewhere in the
Would the plural of house be nice! state. He. is enthusiastic, about KlssUmmee's
i. aaa possibilities( and says'' that
Sunday School Teacher Needed Kissimmee appeals to him more than WEEK
Bungalow Aprons, regular price'l. O; all fast Last Monday's Tampa Tribune ear- in any the other he has visited BO far :

colors; now on sale . . .'... ... . ..:. ... ,$2.00 fled the following";.an article"heading on the front:"Modern page.Gar-with "Your. beautlf.ltake la Indeed won AND\SPEND YOUR"DOLLARSFOR

; Turkish Towels, 5 for . .... .. . '. . . . . . .$1.00 ages Wan Born Are Built;" and Near then Where under Christ Naz; derful your many and Inviting other ,advantages" he said, "as here.'ar* QUALITY. AND.. ,'SERVICE" .

Z' Ladies' all Silk Thread Hose,,$1.50 value . . .$1.00. them areth in date that line city.proceeded From the to locate fact grow Dr., Schnauss for southern expects points to. leave of .the to. We are listing only a .few Cash; .Bargains.: Come I

Women's Night Gowns, $1.50 value . . % . .$1.00 that the crow Naxareth flies from is about where sixty the.miles Saviorwas as CARD, OF THANKS And see the many others. ,

Women's Vests, 25c values, 6 for. . . . . . .$1.00 Tribune's born, it kid wouldn't' head-liner be amiss to.for.go the to We.wish to thank the friends and '

Children's Socks,, 35c values, 4 pair for . . ?$1.00Ladies' Sunday and school Luke's awhile account or of read the Bethlehem Matthew .. of relatives the death for assisting of beloved us at the time and 12 64oz.' Jellies or Marmalades . . : . . .$1.00

Mercerized Darnless Hose story for It will never do for brother Jewel Tlndall our and we son thankall 6 No. 2 Cans Shad. .:'. ,'. . . . . . . . . . .$1.00 .
50c value, it to be reported that South Florida'sgreat for the beautiful flowers that 25 Bars White
were Napth'a Soap. . . . . . .-. . .$1.00
3 pair for ,.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . daily can't come nearer than brought. And may the Lord be with
$1.00 sixty miles of the truth. you all. 3 4-oz.. Catsup .'. . ,. .;0. . . . . . . . . .$1.00

Men's Athletic Union Suits, 75c value; 2 for. .$1.00 Smarty Wo miss thee from our home, dear L 5 No. :3 Cans Desert' Peaches*.. ._.s_._ .,..-. . .$1.OO

Bath Towels blue border value) The single track mind of Alex. brother, 5 3%-oz Jars Lamb Tongue, . :. . . '. . .$1.00
large Smarty .is functioning in Its usual. We miss thee from thy place; 12 6-oz. Catsup . . . ... . . . . . . . . . .$1.00
2 for . . . . . turgid manner. He thinks that Moravia A shadow o'er our life is cast t
75c; L." ., >..._ . . . . . .$1.00SweetOrr'VorkSh'irts *
is of fowl We miss 6 2/ )Ib. Cans Pure Cane .
a species barnyard the sunshine in thy fttce. Syrup. . .. . . . .$1.00
$1,50 values, fast colors that radio in a new breakfast food We miss thy kind and willing hand .t'
and a mandamus is profanity. Ills Thy fond and earnest care, .
; on sale . .f . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.00 alleged mind J has conceived tho notion Our home is dark without thee,
that the bootleggers are stronger We miss thee everywhere. :MAKE YOUR DOLLARS COUNT AS
Men's Dress Shirts, with Collars attached, [than the government, and the Eighteenth -Mrs. M. D.-Tindall and Family.
i amendment is a' joke and] can TWO BY SPENDING THEM HERE
I $1.50 value . . ... . . . . ... . . . . $1.00. ,. I'never be enforced. .He also affirms Next Friday night,that Chamber of :
". ithat the prohibition laws are making Commerce mass meeting in the inter .. .
!Men's Caps, $1.50 value . . ... . . . . . .$1.00 'I nine tenths of the people liars and est of prosperity will have a fine set
law breakers, but the poor simp never ting .in a week of saving money'
reads about the destruction of through these Dollar Week bargains F. C. BRYAN COMPANY
f !'large amounts of liquor bv the police, advertised in this issue.
;I the severe punishment of bootleggers,
WATCH OUR WINDOW DISPLAY, FULL OF ,the vastly increased deposits! eavlings CARP OF" THANKS 46 MAIN STREET
banks, the increased: efficiency'of We wish to express our heartfelt . . .
BARGAINS IF YOU WANT TO BE SATISFIEDKanner's Workingmen and the happier con- thanks to our many friends and
.J.dition of thousands of homes. When- neighbors for the beautiful flowers
;ever Mr. Smarty hears of a drunk mnny kindnesses and sympathy. r
!man lit Tampa and the arrest York of two ha Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Meyers H'O 00..00 0 00.00 4'" 0" 000,'0 OOOO"OO'. _'" .
lor three in the city of New and Son Allen Stockt!ale.
{throws a fit and begins to declare Mr. and Mrs. B. Dickerson.One .
'Against the law. Of course the sturdy -
Dept Store ' reliable citizen will go on as ysu- of the greatest catastrophes in
I al; refusing to get excited by tho the city of Kissimmee would bf to Dollar WeekDuring
I' vaporings of Alex. Smarty, or any of overlook these Dollar Week bargains./
'hill kind. They know his tribe and
'wilt not be misled by their senseless
119 BROADWAY ,I Pertaining To Churches T I
-y this week we .will sell good home-made ; ;
.1 Subscribe For the Valley: Gazettes
METHODIST CHURCH BUTTER at the introductory price of ONE DOLLAR ;
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Rev. W. C. Norton Pastor. for TWO POUNDS.

7:00 a. m.-Union Sunrise Prayer

Meeting 9:45) m.-Sunday Bungalow. school. J. L.
Overstreet, superintendent. R. S. FLOYD
* 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by the pas '
7:00 p. m.-Senior League Devotional -
i service. RIVERS BLOCK PHONE 176
8:00: p. mf-Union Services at the
Christian Church.
iTKATil 8:00 p.. m.-V\'ednellday.\, I'rayeMeeting' : ,p}04 O 0400 OOt oo o ooooooo.o.oo..ooco...y

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Rev. J. A. Sutton. D. D., Pastor.

son 9:45: Farmer a. m.-Sunday, superintendent.School.Classes Car- DURING DOLLAR WEEK SALE

for all uges.\ Join the ouster's class
11:00: a- m.-Sermon bv the paxtor.
.1 6:45 p. m.-B. Y. P. U. Devotional We will Reduce for this Sale only, the following

Meeting.Mercy of Subject Jusus.: '"Appreciating Leader: Hcbart The articles'-all genuine'bargains front 'ourregular'stock .
Dollar Week Specials l$ Amos.8:00: p. m.KPustor will preach at . : f'Vv, ..; .v'jW'v'\\ :, .

Union Services at the Christian ,, '. ..' ", ,, . : r :/fl, ,\4' ;(f.I\#\:.'; ,.-
II ii iiA Church.8:00 -p. m.-Wednesday. . : ".Prayer, .' ,t' :>' \ '' : '' ...'. "",.td's.> 'I'. ..'''.;,'t;!,''.;. I;', '

..t meeting. -
.c.<<<. M" Free seats and a welcome to> 'Decorated Shopping Baskets, from $1.50 each to

long strangers here. as well as.those who be. $1.00 each.

A church of the Bible and for the French Ivory Toy Tea Sets, from $1.75 set to

29c Value Curtain Net; for Dollar.Week, $ 1 people.PRESBYTERIAN"CHURCH $1.00 set. ,
5 Yards for . ... . . . . . . . . . . . .. . --- Box Mohawk Bond Stationery, $1.00; and 1 Bottle
Rev. W. II. Drench D. D., Pastor
An all Silk 12 Mme. Ponge, worth $1.40 yard; .00 Talcum Powder, 25c.; all for $1.00.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. Prof.
Dollar Week, per yard . , . . ... . . . . D. B. Shaver, superintendent $1,25 Baseball Bats, each .'.$1.00
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship.
Phoenix Silk Hose,,in Black, Brown and White; tf 1 /\f\ Sermon by the pastor. "Theme: Whiting's Moorish Linen Paper pink or white,

Dollar' Week, per pair . . . .. . .t . . . . . "Building 7(00 p.Our in.-Eternal Christian Home.Endeavor" regular 75c each; 2 Boxes for $1.00

Sheets 72x90, l\leadowbrook .and] Value,
each . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 9. . . . . ** e Christian, Church. each,' your choice, $1.00 each.WennerSawyer.
Visitors will find a cordial welcometo
42 x 36 Value Pillow Cases; during Dollar Week,
for . . . . . . . . . . . . ". . . . . . . VPl.W CHRISTIAN-CHURCH Co.

5 Yards of Hill Bleach for. . . . . . . . . . . . C 1 /\ \ Rev. Allen J. Miller Pastor.
This cloth needs no introduction to you. *** J'\J 10:00 a. m.-Bible School. C. E. .

Made up Royal Society Night Gowm,;, Hemstitched and Plain- Yewell 11:00, a.duperintendent.m.-Preaching by the pas-
Stamped for Embroidery-FOBB! and Gown; C 1..0'0'for. tor. Theme: "Can I Enjoy Life?"
7:00 p. m.-Christian Endeavor. n- -q
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Subject: "A History Psalm." Leader -

. __ __ : Madge Rivers. I
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cram --- -- --- -.0. =-- = -=-=== 8:00p. m.Union Services. Preaching -
I by Dr. J. A. Sutton.
FOR MEN 7:80 p. Wednesday. Personal Dollar Week PickupsGuth's
Evangelism class conducted by the
We offer 5 Doz. Collar Attached ]Men's Dress Shirts C 1 f\f\ pastor.
Excellent Value each ** 8:00 p. Wednesday. Prayer
in neat Stripe Percale, Meeting.We for
Chocolates, H pound, 50c----------------------3 $1.00Georgia
Arrow Stiff Collars, during Dollar Week, tf | QQ . welcome you to worship withus. Rose Talcum Powder, 25c can.u..5 for,1.00

. . . . . . . . . Bouquet Ramee Talcum Powder 50c can.-3 for fl.OB
,6 for . . . . . . . ... ST.' JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Liggctts Coffee, pound 60c, -3 for $1.00
Manhattan Soft Collars, during Dollar Week, J | 00 11:00: 0. Administration of Holy Liggetts Opeika Tea, package 60c ---------------------2 for $loe

6 for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X Communion, the Rev. Dr. C. R. Grape Jam 40c size -=.?-----------n-n---n for $1.0
llodge officiating. Strawberry Jam, 40c size------------------------------3 for $1.00
8:00 p. m.-Evening Prayer.. Pcunul Butter, 40c size -.-.3 for $1.M
8:00 m.-W usda : Litany
REMEMBER-Katz Value 'Merchandise Must Give SatisfactionOur and prayers.p. Choir practice, follows. I Cascade Linen, pound 60c ?-3 for $L00
y Cascade Envelopes to match,.45c box-3 for $1M
Guarantee.w CHRIST'S CHURCH Symphony Charm Box Paper, assorted colors, $1.00------8 for 1.00'
cake Doz for $1.06
Rexall Toilet Soap, 16c -
Corner Brack and Oak Streets
'. 00: Bouquet Ramee Soap, EOc cake __-__-.-3 for $1."
i Rev. Thos: B. Buckalew, Pastor. Rexall Tooth Paste; 25c (,f..,. 5 for HUM'
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1 .it-OO") I. m.-Sunday School. International Jonteei; Cold: Cream and Vanishing .Cream EOc-.-3 for St....
/ : Lessons. Rexall Toilet Water: 75c ,.,,,,_-----..--,--___________2 ,for Jl.0
.j t; lliOO a. m..,--Sermon by: pastor. Cocoa Butter Cold Cream, 60c -2 for$1M'
4' 7:15 p. m.-Young Peoples' Service. Tooth Brushes,ffOc each_. ,_ .._3 for.$1J0
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.,.,', ,n""' '.. '.}It KATZ'S i ' '" $: Ok: $ [Bible. '7:80 teaching by,-Thursday pastor. : Weekly, Q,. -. dkT&Mt1IeR; \ :

.prayer ,.Service. .
'.I: i. ' i... .. 2:30-po m- Friday women's Bible ,t "' .I I': ,.)t/'" ," "' ;::..t,: ; :.

",, ,'f,. ,I.'", ._,. jf -. I ,C3ass- ._.Mrs. L.;,service B.; HlgdonJn! first-'.Sundayaxh charge.Communion : ; .tjl 'Ut'tBB'REXALL' STORE ;<' ',r 1 ; Jt ,
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, I' ', aRki, ;' J.. ,.I7 A+,':''I" ',MIAPaI:r'.wsr17A.X.14yuy. !' ,: W,! *.it,ff /.I.II.k' : : 1840 and:would have celebrated nil -

eighty-third birthday'anniversary had
f ". ', ', " he lived one day more. 1I. was married *

1 ; \ TALK .IT; :' OVER. who Kissimmee.'in passed 1867 No.Way tp Miss children six Marion year came Wilson ago'of the in, DOLLAR ;WEEK: SPECIALS[\ !

' l I" ,.' union. Mr. and Mrs. Abbott adopteda
1' boy five years old and two little
girls the adopted son and one of the

t daughters surviving him. The daughter -
; There are times when we want to talk it over. him when he died with her son, Allen .
Stockdale, and her
: when it is something that deeply Abbott was a director of the
Especially very
I old Osceola Growers Co-operative Beginning Saturday Jane 30

concerns us. Money matters for instance. Association and of the new Incorpor- .
s ation until last year's annual meeting

This Bank invites'you to. talk over your moneymatters ') serve.when he He felt is survived he should by his no adopted longer WE WILL OFfER FOR ONE WEEK( !0'1E: [ UNUSUAL VALUES FOR A ONE[ DOLLAR BILL

and offers its best expert as- son and daughter, B. Dickerson, and 4
you very Mrs. Freeman Meyers, and three sisters -

sistance. Funeral in were conducted A Few items picked at random! from our Men's( Department

Sunday afternoon at the home and at
the grave in Rose Hill cemetery arrangements .

A Thompson.) being in charge of J. W. Straw Hats Regular Price, 4 Lisle Socks, regular price 35c

. : $1.50; Dollar Sale . . . . $1.00 Dollar Sale, 4 pair for. . . . ,$1.00
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and Farmers Bank Pin Check Pants
S Merchants regular price
2 Union Suits for. . . . . . ,. $1.00 ,
$1.50; Dollar Sale . . . . . .$1.00

91 ; 4 OF KISSlMMEE :Men's Dress Shirts We sell One lot of Panama Hats, for

'I t these regularly for $1.50; the Men ;. slightly soiled . . .'. . .$1.00
J : : colors are guaranteed. Dollar Boys' Pants 100 pairs Beach

.1-I 1: \ S Sale, each .,, . . . . . . . . $1.00CRTomans Cloth Goods; Dollar Sale. . . 95c

E. FoK 1 f-\l-E--No; i "..tato..... 1460 per I : DePELrtwrieX1'1t II
I l.ariel S C St.-wart. Hox. S5,29-211 City

i FuR S\L.K\ ran berry plants.
,I, OPEN IN ORLANDO Hlonari and KlonU>keH; any quitlitl- I It .I Yards 32-inch Ginghams; We are overstocked on-Jawn
>' "crowing on new land from fresh ,
BUBLI8HKD BT plants: ready July 1st If Interested. wide range patterns, for.$1.00) so we' are.going to give you JO *
Increasing< Importance Of Osceola virile J M. Trubv. Starke. Florida.

-, EVERY .FRIDAY FLORIDA. vKISSIMMEE. And Other Counties Adjoining 2-12tX We have about 100 Yards of yards of 15c lawn, for . . . .$1.00

? W. B HARRIS ...__--_...President Orange Responsible For More FOR S\LK ISth.-Strawb In any.rr tiuantltlvs>' plant., sfterJuly MIs- Georgette Silk to close out. Pure Silk Hose, per pair . _$1.00
]!I. Q. VANS AONEW.Secretary Letter list
Klunaryarlellf your
6 Yards of
ALLISON T. ..'HENCHEdltor Grapefruit and orange growers in requirements at once. Kirkland Dollar Sale, per yard. . . . . $1.00 36-inch Percale;

I IIUD8.RII..IO RtTRN all parts of the Central Lake Regionwill dale Karinx.. on four Lakeland-miles .\uburndale'west of Auburn-road. light colors only . . . . . . .$1.00
One Copy, One Year_1200 be gratified by the announcementthat Address: 1120 Orange Park Avenue, Curtain SCrim-10 Yards for $1.00
One Copy, Six Months- 1.00One Buckeye Nurseries will hereafter Lakeland Florida Z9-4tx 8 Rolls of Cotton Batting for '
Copy, Three Month.--- .60 for Underwear assorted
maintain an office at Orlando in Crepe ; -
1 (Entered charge of a direct representative. FUR HAUK-Sweet potato plants Porto Quilting' . . . . v . . . . .$1.00
Itlco variety f I LOO' thousand colors 3 for
mee. The decision to establish this branch Isaac Hall Route 2. Klsslmmee.per ; yards . . . . $1.00 '
2821xFOH Extra Special: 50 Ladies'Hats
headquarters of the world's largest
I All communlratlons except from au 8 Yards Cambric for. . . . $1.00 '
is testimonial
thorised correspondents must be signed citrus nursery! a splendid JALK 20-room hotel and drygoods to close out, each.$1.00
by the writer. to the increasing importance of store. For Hent--Killing sta-
; Rejected. matter called will for.I .be returned If the citrus industry in Osceola Or- .loll und store. See J, Mtl'hatter, 10 Yards Unbleached Muslin, $1.00 Value up to $3.00.
I ange Lake, Seminole, Sumter and I8-tfC
t'' ; ; Volusia counties, viewed alike from R\LK lirown -
I Foreign; Advertising R nre.ent.nv. Volt bungalow cheap
|_THE! A FRICA"I" PRKHbASSOCIATIONFRIDAY. I the standpoint of quality and quantity Just now belnir rebuilt; 4 rooms.
in the production. front and hack porches, sleepingporch REMEMBER THE DATE AND THE PLACE--BEGINNING JUNE 30
nlr lawn. flowing well;
Located in the Drew building 30 shade. ; !Crap..., banana drove. citrus, ,
.' - East Orange street, the Orlando offices etc. large' lot. all 1800.; for sale. AT OUR NEW STAND
of Buckeye Nurseries Inc., will ulek. North on Findlay avenue, ON BROADWAY
THEY BE WEARING be in charge of Harry E. Doty since near MabbetteJ\ \\'. Short, Owner
NEXT 1913 responsibly connected with the J8-21X

The pretty girlsThroughout Gillett interests, and a substantial )'OHlJt Slxtein lots highest. elevation -
the land stockholder. Mr. Doty, formerly a in town b>' survey. ; close, In DOLLAR LIMIT STOREG.
Now imitate resident of Ohio, has been a citizen of Bitlewitlks Half of them and on sewerage paved street; covered with

# A bag of sand. Orange county for ten or twelve with large bearing orange and
-Detroit Free Press. years in charge of the Cleveland- I grapefruit trees. Easy term A. T.
5'' III. II Florida Grove Company interests at Morrison. City Z8-tf-4tx W. PERSONS COMPANY KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

Ii P1 Alas! 'twas but Windermere.As FOR SALY.B..nanll plants.. luSf Inner ,
1 l I The other day one of the traveling citrus advisors variety, 25 cents. each W B< Harris .y
When some looked like and salesmen of Buckeye Nur- tfx
A bale of hay. series, Mr. Doty has become widely all
FOR SAI."J-Blds for any part or
-Springfield Union.In acquainted with and .
growers fully of the benches used at the tent meetings ----
her versed in their problems. He was in are In vile"'. T. L.. Comer.
My cousin grown Meg charge of the Buckeye interests at 27-tfe

Looks very like the Orlando and South Florida fairs FOR KAL.B' -Modern 4-room bungalow
A scrambled last spring. Mr. Doty has been active furnished: bath room; garage2; city
., egg. also in civic affairs, holding member- lots; 12 bearing citrus trees. Inc
k. 'iPrMacon Telegram. quire \\'. J. Steed or Box 68.. Saint
i ship in the Orlando and
Orange County Cloud. 2 -20tx
1 Now down the street Chambers of Commerce. He was
'Comes Sister 7*. '* the first secretary of the WindermereClub FOR SALE!-Fresh Jersey cow second

A < ',Reaemb1tnzmOlt Company, which was given the JHIon.calf 1 heifer Price; gentle reasonable and ,In. Phone fine con.IK.

., 1 A.big rainbow. contract for digging the eight canals J. N. Parker, 2tf
'\ f"1- ,...Dade City Banner.', connecting nine lakes. in that special DOLLaR WEEKBeginning
navigable canal district of that vicin- FOR SALE-Solid block of flY "
Yet still Is seen 1I "/ South Kissimmee.. 60 feet each by
Stat gating Jane, *. ity. 208% feet Bargain for cash. ApplyValley
service had Mr. tfx
Dressed exactly like Military was by Gazette
Doty through seven enlistments in
.: A walking cane. FOR SALE. For bent: furnished
Ohio National
Guard from 1886 to
: -Live Oak Citizen. Rooms and No Trespass
: 1903. and he is a member of the cents each at The t..Catnte:
I The last idea Loyal Legion, Order of Foreign Wars n-tt
Gives food far and .
thought, Spanish-American war veterans.Mr. FOR SALE-Fine residence property
..,, For canes we've seen Doty has been active in athletics Apply at the office of The Valley
r ., Were dressed naught.. for -years, director of sports in Ui3 Gazette. Klsslmmee 1-tf Sat. June Sal 7A 7

1 1 .' Beachland Park Association Cleve. FOR BALE!- 00 acres Rood pastureland 30-Epding July
land, Ohio member of the Forest near St. Ploufl For quick sal* ,
..1 1,, TO COLLEGBT PROGRAM City Hunting Club, and winner of SS 00 per acre Write 8 D. WllllstnK.Wauchula. .
t numerous Cups as! first prize from Florida. ft-tf
A "Go to College" program was both organizations, on tennis achievements SECOND HAND GOODS bought sold
y observed! at'the Methodist church in the former and as a big and repaired The Casino 44-tf
S Sunday. Some ef the points brought game hunter in the latter. The appeal Dollar Saved is a Dollar Made
,1 i out in the were the reason SPLENDID 8 room house, on nice pavement -
program of outdoor life is strong with him at' "hlot'kll from high school ,
v the Methodist church had .its own all times. Steering fruit trees and homelikeplate.
schools and college, and why boys I. 12625.; nn favorable terms of and remember we can save' lots
and girls should go to college, and ODD FELLOWS WENT TO l.a'm'nt. Come let us show you you
why they should go to a church SAINT CLOUD TUESDAYThe 40 ACHES wood l land adapted to oranges -
f'I' J college: that most of the preachers ., on some easy Improvements terms of paymentreudv $36 peracree : of them Dollar Week. Here are a
and missionaries come from church I. O. O. F. Brotherhood ff Ki!<- to go to farming now.
college); and as a conclusion to the sfmmee went over to Saint' Cloud SPLENDID SIX room east front home I
program, .* statement was given Tuesday: June 26, and met with the i hfcup 2 blocks at $225 from/ This court will house please; very you. few of our DOLLAR BARGAINS:
Saint Cloud
showing the wonderful advantages ,of Brotherhood. A large It's a real $:N.1P.2RS .
.f Southern College-the only Methodist delegation from Kissimmee attendedthe ( XCRK farm on the brick highway: :
el joint ceremonies.At 1v. want you to meet the owner.
in Florida.
this time Dr. J. A. Sutton Hint of reasons for selling; nice Good Work Shirts
-S S W. O. Lemasters secretarytreasurer received home ready for business $1.25 value $1.00
I "of the Christian Education Move- the Second Degree or )Decree FINEST STOCK Farm In the county;
ment, Methodist Episcopal Church of Brotherly Love. The Third ready ftir business. and very valuavhie 3 Pairs Men's Socks 40c
t Just the time $1.00
: South, Florida Conference, was the Degree will be conferred upon him by game while stock Is to cheap get Into the 99 .
;; % speaker for the occasion, and made fry the Degree team of the home lodge HOME KINK /G and 10 acre tracts of Ladies' Silk Hose $1.25
; splendid talk. His subject was "Chris tonight, and all members are requested good trucking Tand, close In. on e..ypa'm'nlll ? $1.00Men's
I tian Education.! He stressed the fact to be present. r All kinds of Florida
homes and Investments Wool
,j, <. that Christian education is needed be- FORMER COUNCILMAN ".:1.10'11 REALTY COMPANY Pants$1.25 to $1.50 value $1 e00Boys'
? hind the work,.in the of TOM '
civilization anththat Christian leadership CLARK DIED YESTERDAY WANTED.PAINTINHouses Overalls, $1.25 value 1.00

! .j' should be developed in the Thomas N.- Clark died
yesterday and automobiles a
present day as it was in the days of following several months illness aftera specialty. Seel. 311 Main St. K-tf Children's Sandals, 1.25 to 1.50 value $1.00

.y .,> .the to do foundation this there of must our be country.built up within That- stroke will be of conducted paralysis. today Funeral at 10:30 services : IF Florida YOU do you any should kind read of The farming Farmer In e One lot Women's and Mens Shoes $leOOMen's

our midst a great Christian college Dr. Dresch preaching the sermon at and Stockman which deals with citrus
through which training and development the Presbyterian church and the services and truck farming live stack Caps 1.25 to 1.50 values $1.00
5)5) o for leadership can be had for at Rose Hill will be conducted poultry and dairying; Bend for free .

+ church and state. He described the Knight Templars. Masons will format by sample month copy Yearly or 26 subscription cents for $three 1,00; Men's Leather Work Gloves 1.25 values $1.00
( I physical advantages of Southern College ten o'clock at the undertaking parlors three years, 1200 Published twicea ,
* ; with all of its well equipped of J. W. Thompson.A. month. Address The Farm andStockm.n
buildings, the Christian faculty No. 10 Newnan Street
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!*S H j. ,In and conclusion the student he made activities.this appeal: A. ABBOTT PASSES AWAY Jacksonville.MISCELLANEOUS Florida. 12-tfc And many other bargains t too numerous to mention.{

y} t "Let us support our college with our Allen A. Abbott died suddenly Sat-
f i ((1 money and encourage our young people urday afternoon at his home on Lake It\VMU1< -Suitable reward will txr Come in and let us show you how you can Save MoneyMONEY'S
paid by Martin Kildaf( of CoronadoBeach
and Aderhold. He had been
to advantage of the great feeling Florida, for Information leadInir .
F opportunity to make the moat out ef badly during the day and after taking to the whereabouts of William :
... their lives!." some soda seated himself and quietly Harper, or tls son William Harp, 2.,
j passed .)Junior who both worked at Carson
w; ", I Subscribe for The Valley' Gss tta. Mr. Abbott away. was born at Cold water, Dairy Farm, ten year ago. 2$-2ea: JWLtiriii WORTH MONEVlACK' .. -' :: ,ri

1 is IF YOU do any kind of farming la
Florida YOU should ,read The Farmerand .

"k (................ ............. ........ ... .. .., .. Stockman and truck which live with stock, citrus , ''' .

: RIGHT poultry ample and copy dairying or IS ;cents Bend for tor three fre, 7"" \]
GLASSESNOWiiWiO month. Yearly |L.e>
Published GILBERTA ;
.. three :reaps 11.00. twt;4 I 1t F'R'ED ;S. '
a month. Address The Farmer and* < : jj
preserve your eyesfettt t for! the futures Stockman No. 10 Newnan' Street ,-" \ .,."-:. t..
Jacksonville. Florida. 11 pfd. ,, i It'
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} We fit you correctly' ,attractively,satisfactorily ,., : : t'' /'i '. vi .. /M' *'"' 5 (
Pfcooe today for LOST. ;i 't. .J' \- ll :. "I' ". ,
an appointment I : KISSIMMEE C N. u ,FLOIJIDA' '
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LOST-- Dmall 'wfth .. _
pwrse fasten. .
t ; T W.. E. SANDERSON COl ..T.1 'contajnlns absttattf eight dollar "11 ii \l i I""i'
/ was _t.Ia.t '8a4urdj4y<. night Jon I I
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Eat at Dupont's,. Cafe. tf If your feet hurt, see Ceo.'E. Davis, 0 Friday June 22._.-80 70 .01 ,
No.. 14 Orlando'.avenue, * Saturday, June 23.80, 71 J.07.
Mrs. A. S. Brunson ,spent Sundayin Sunday, June 2488 73 .19 4 ,
Lakeland with her son, Stacey. Mr. R. A.i Williams and daughter Monday, 'June 25....9a 73 trace < LYLESY. STO1 Y & CO.
at McCAU Clara, of Cairo, Georlea, are visiting Tuesday June 26.91. 75 ,.00 4
of specials
Lots $1
LEY'S all next week. ..* tho family avenue.'ofLeonard; Williams, .t 4 Wed'day, June 27__87 74 ,,66. .
404 Clyde 4 Thursday, June 28-91 75 .00 ,. X .t1.ffrr.'rff..f.r1. . . . .
J. W. Reed r. of Orlando, visited in Our Dollar Specials will be surprises Readings are made at 6:00: p. 0
Kissimmee last week with R. B. Bo- for you. We are not quoting m. for the preceding twenty-four ,4
bannon. them in the paper. Come and see hours. 0 "
''them * ALLISON T. FRENCH. 0
at .
Auto For Hire. Call C. C. Rum- Co-operative< Observer. 0 '

mell Phone 41. 26-tf W. M. Weigel,fttster of Mrs. 4' ...4.4. 44O44..44 DOLL R S

G. Steffee returned Howard Kate, arrived in Kissimmee B'AR'Al5N ,
Mrs. George .
Sunda from TusCaloosa, Alabama, CARD OF THANKS
last week from Miami, where she has
i with her three children, and is visiting -
.been visiting relatives. at the Katz home on Clyde ave We wish to sincerely thank our
nue. many friends for their kindness in our
Star Brand Shoes are better. See recent bereavement and assure themof DOLLAR'W.ffE'i

them at McCAULEY'S.w'I Corns, callouses, bunions, bad nails: our keen appreciation. 'FOR
Alberta Brunson left Kissimmeo and, fallen arches T See Geo. E. Davis Dr. and Mrs. Haynes Brinson. - -

last Saturday for several weeks visit Np. 14 Orlando .avenue. Rain insurance has .been popularbut

.with relatives in Dunedin. Mrs. Castelberry and daughter, it never held a candle to the pop- .:,..>:-:...'->--'H-,.., ->-x----:;:... -- : .
Furnished Flat for rent. W. B. Miss Margaret of Valdosta, Georgia, ularity these Dollar Week merchant! -.. .-- ...
Harris. Gazette office. ." 14-tf are visiting their 'sister and aunt, will enjoy tomorrow and next week.
Mrs. Mae Swain, on Bermuda avenue.
Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Miss Castleberry is taking; some review ST. JOHNS GUILD WILL Our Dollar Bargain SalStarIsSaturdayune3O;
J. Dillard on Monday, June 25, an work at the Kistimmee School MEET WITH MRS. SEARS

814 pound son, Hunter.J.. Jr. of Commerce.. Saint John's Guild will meet at the

We have manv surprises in $1 bargains Florida Sanitarium and Hospital, home Of Mrs..W.: J. Sears on Monday and lasts for one week. ''Check over th se. goods you need:.and(
/ at M.cCAULEY'S. Orlando, Florida. Medical Surgical\ July 2, at 4:00: p. m. All membersare "
.e Maternity; Capacity 100 patients cordially invited to be present. down while the stocks complete-don't wait. -'<
Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Pierce, of Tampa Equipment modern, rest, diet: ) physiological Inez Carson Angas, hurry to our store are
were guests at the Bbice home on therapeutics. .Unexcelled in Secretary. .. '" _ _"' n_. ._..._ ...",
Vine street for the week-end.. i the Southeast. -24tfI. insurance ..
hps been popular
Shaves, 15c<< ; haircuts, 35c; children. I C. Downing, 'Denver.' Colorado, tRain never held 'a candle to the pop .. r I
25e;' at Casino Batber .Shop. 20-lr, : deputy,United States marshal,. spent ularity these Dollar Week merchantswill 2 yards 9-4 Bleached : :S Yards of $9c bestgrade 1.00 Reduction on each

Mrs. Lyles V. Story and two chil.(Sunday his father-in-law in Kissimmec, J. M.; Cochrane.the guest' Mr'of) enjoy tomorrow, and -next week. Sheeting, Pepperell,, Oil, Clpth. $1.00. !., p irfw -.Qf F3orsheiniShoei \

dren will leave Kissimmee next week' Downing brought a prisoner to Jack- BRAMMAR EISELSTEIN. for . . . . . . .$1.00 D6Uar WeekV.1.11 J
for six weeks' visit in Kansas. AND ZIMMERMAN ELECTEDAT t*
sonville under'arrest for violation of Work ;:--f'r -;Mrr t f
SAINT CLOUD 5 yards to a customer. 12: Pair Men's ; : : l-r n- JV
New York Life Insurance Co., Sam the Dyer act. "1
L. Lupfer, local representative. Utfc The school election in Saint Cloud' "- Sox, for.. . . . . $1.00 I $1.00 Reduction on all :
: Mrs. I. L. Maroney is teaching a *
Tuesday resulted in the choosing of Bungalow Aprons You sa\+el'50c.I I Men's and Women'sWool
private school for pupils in the grammar -
Mrs. R. P. Ransom of Fort Myers, Sam Brammar, D. P. Eiselstein, and I '
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. San- grades at the primary m hool Ii. U. Zimmerman, an school trustees, for. ; Bathing Suits.
$1.50 value .$1.00
derson ,and family, in..Kissimmee.The building. Hours .8 to 12. 9-tf following several weeks of considerable ., 2 PairMen'sSilk.Hose
returned interest.!> A four mill tax levy { -. .l .
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Green '
urine #
1 of the leading world -life New in York Life.compAny See to Kissimmee Monday night rom a wan voted. 4 Pretty Blue and Pink : this Dollar'Sale, 2. pairs Men's. Summer Dress! ;

Sam Lupfer! agent. 14-tfc month's !stay in Kicco, where Mr. :WOODYARD MOVEDI Border Huck Towels, for : . $ioo: ''lt & *
of the Kin
Green painted the buildings .
Miss Nannie Burr, of Jacksonville, simmee Island Cattle Com puny. Mr. have moved my woodyard from 35c each; 4 for. .$1.00 $1.00 Reduction best Jgrades.
will arrive in Kissimmee today to be I Green left yesterday for the "wt>: 516 Brack street, to 121 Main street, $1.00 buys $1.35 I 4 Yards of 30c and Soc ' 'on
the guest of Miss Caroline Walker., I coast for a two weeks' stay. where I am still prepared to furnishmy any .
I - customers with 120 veneer blocks and $1.25 pair of Women's I Ginghams ; this Sale* I II' .. .
Ask for information on the New I Pupils wishing to attend the Sum- IWnch, delivered for $3.15; 12-inch 1.00' -p ;'J
York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- mer School conducted by Mr!. ClAr- blocks, 295. Split for stove-wood, Silk Hose in store. I' I II Me"n's Khaki Overalls
fer. 14-tfc ence Eby and Mrs. Roy Graven, ore guaranteed full strand; 15-inch for I ,
asked to meet at the primaryhoo l $3.35 12-inch for $3.15. Get $1.00
; your Sl.OO for Girls'
Mrs. Lloyd C. Hettinger, of Saint July 9, at 8 a. m. .'!)-lt:! winter's supply now. All delivered. $1.00 Reduction on all $

Cloud, spent Tuesday in' Kissirnmeo Phone 91. J. ,Bonin. 12-tf Men's Best Grade Felt i to $1.75 Dress Huts.
Mr. and Mr WalUr :Maittr and
as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
4. Kenton. children, Mr. and M-s. C;. P... Dayeon METHODIST'SUNDAY SCHOOL Hats. I Boys' 75c Overalls, 2 Pincheck Overalls, per

and children Misfe) Virginia Smith, J. CLASSES AT ALLIGATOR LAKE pair .''. $1.00 pair . .<*. . . .$1.00
The best investment you can makeis E. Gilbert, Sam Prather, arid Charles 4
a New York Life Policy. Better Bass, made up an enjoyable] motoring The Sunday school classes of the ,<5 Yards of Hope .,.
than a savings account. See Sam party to Tampa, Sunday. Fror.,1 Tam- Methodist church taught by Miss\ BleachedMuslin $1.00 100' Pairs of Women'sDress 48 Men's: r-Dress ShlrtsT$1.85 -'
Lupfer. 14-tfc pa they went by boat ti A-ma Id'iria Lois Overstreet and Leo H. Wilson, ,
. island for the day. picniced at Alligator, Lake, Tuesday You save 25c. Shoes, were $4.00 *to '$L50: values; on*
Mrs.! George Clar and Miss Zeno- -> i
afternoon. and '
Swimming, ,
- bia Roy arrived in Kissimmee Mon. Mrs. A. J. Brown with her two.. lit- picnic lunch were enjoyed games by a large to $6.00; pair, to close sale 'at, each . . .1.00; ;
day from New Orleans to spend the tle children who has been visiting number Mrs. George T. Sigler and $1.00 Reduction on any I lout for $1.00 a Shoe. "
summer with Mrs. E. Vernon Porter. her mother, Mrs. L. A. Shead, on Mrs. Leo Wilson, with the teachers,
Bass street for several month, being chaperoned the party. pair of. $5.00 .Dress. \. Men's $1.25 Wdrk

pocket You will book wish fuller you when had you filled see your the during employed part of at her Bohannon'e stay in Kissimmce!grocery; TRAINING COURSE FOR NURSES Trousers. .'t' 10 Yards- Unbleached Shirts. ,..,best. 'made? each'

$1 specials at McCAULEY'S. DRY* left last week for her borne in Saint : '.Muslin ...*, ... ,,:.: ,;',$1.00 : $1.00';' 7 : j.
GOODS STORE. The Orange General Hospital offersa \ .
$1.00 for three 50c. Bottles : ,
Paul.Why 8 year course of training for Nurses. Men 'leather ,k Work 'v .. "" "
Mrs. W<' B. Crawford and children, suffer 'with ;your feet. "Take Young ladles. between ages of 18 of Palm Olive'Shampoo. 'Shoes $1.00ra Shoe." ..,' r'
of Thomasvllle, Georgia, I Is visiting them to Geo. ,E. Davis, No. 14. Orlando and 39. years/ College students. 2 "Light"Weight. Blue '
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gardner avenue.' High School graduatfJII.preferred. Work Shirts for $1.00
and other relatives, in We have an up-to-date 100 bed hos. ,
mee. Klsslm.1 Miss Katherine Carr 'and Lawrence pital, daily average of 35 to 75 pa G Pairs of Women's ?1.00 Reduction on Men's $1.50 Ties $1.00Men's :,
Carr, of Daytona Beach, who have tients. Our Surgeon and Physiciansare i $6.00 Silk Shirts.
The best Investment you can makeis been visiting! with the S. H. Bullock)] of the best, and all classes are Cotton Hose; white 75c Ties' ,. this''f

a New York Life Policy. Better family, left Kissimmee for home yes thoroughly given. New class begins black, brown, . .$1.00, I sale, 2 for . . . .$1.00 y ywnnr
than a savings account. See Sam terday. They were accompanied! to June first. .. -
.. .
Lupfer. 14-tfc the beach by Mrs. H. C. Stanford and We have a New Nurse Home which $1.00 Reduction on all I

Miss Beatrice Bass of Avon Park, Miss Margaret Stanford. We appreciate and should enjoy very much. 1 Dozen lOc Tablets, j I Women's' Sport, Sweaters. $1.48 Hand Bags; only ,

is in Kissimmee attending the Kis Arthur E. Donegan returned to Directors All applications of Nurses Orange be made General to for . . . . . .$1.00 6 l left; each . ,. ., .$I<.09'
simmee School of Commerce. residing from Balti-
Kissimmee' Wednesday ol
Hospital, Orlando,
with her grandparents, Mr. and more, where he accompanied Mrs. -- Florida.u ,
Mrs. M. H. Porter. Do*>epan to Johns Hopkins Uriiveriii- NEW BAKEUTO OPENI '

Lost: About commencement time, ty reported for an as operation.doing nicely Mrp., hut.Dojicpsn will haveto is have returned-!-to-Kissimmec with People it will be a long time before your dollars will buy bar- '
a jade bar pin in or near school house. remain at the hospital for another
family to make our home and will
reive Finder reward.return to Mary StefTee, and 29-2tc re- month. I open my my new bakery Saturday. June gains like these again-don't miss this chance to save $$$$$$$$ 0

30, of which I am, aiH i think Kissim
Holmes Prathfr and
Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Eleanor Kenton of Tampa, Miss. Lillie Dale, mee should be, very proud.
little son, William.
and Miss Lola Kenton of Akron, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo H. Wilson, will I have spared neither time or expense -
arrived in Kissimmee Saturday to leave by automobile Sunday for Day- class in making in a sanitary and first V. & Co.

spend a couple of weeks with their tona Beach, where Mesdames! Prather My bakery bakery will every be respect.for inspection Lyles Story
parents, :Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Kenton, and Wilson will spend! a month or day. open
at 304 Lillie avenue. two, the respective husbands return- every
I have not come to give you a
ing to Kissimmee. The party will bo cheap loaf of bread, but rood loaf. DRY CLOTHING ,':
Read the many advertisements in joined in Kissimmee by Mrs. Wilson'sparents II ( GOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS
I loaf to weigh one
this issue The and Mra. T. my
of Gazette. Kissimmee and sister, :Mr. and '
baked will retail fur lOco
merchants Mr. and Mrr. Monte ; KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
are offering some H. Perry and ,
wholesale for 8c. Mj' truck will be
wonderful bargains for DOLLAR Tillis, with their sons, who are coming will I i
rendy July 5, when I start wholesale u"
WEEK. from Bartow, to make the trip.
I II delivery.I _ .. .,
--- ----- --_ -- --- will also carry a full line or cakes

.ooo.ooooooo.ooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooo oo and pastries. . -.. - - - --.- .
Orders taken for weddings, parties,
IIffi HOt tt" O t ..o + ;;+ :51111 and all social affairs, orders to be dress shirts, caps, and a window full

given 12 hours in advance.All of other raiment. You've just about .t
I ask is a fair share of your covered the Broadway: section of theDollar Orlando .
Mattress .
advertisers, you'll FactoryWE ,
patronage. Re8pef"tfully.TilE Week so
The Hat Shop. IDEAL BAKERY, give the double-o to Main street. On ,,.. '
2f-lt C. W. XJoetha; Proprietor. your way you see the Florida Feud I REBUILD YOUR ,
Store and you remember the ad which I
NOTICE" : TO SCHOOL BUS tells you how to make your 75 egg COTTON, HAIR, AND FELT MATTRESSESBOX
ROUTE CONTRACTORS hen lay 148 barnyard berries with
I Purina chow-stuffs, so you order somefeed SPRINGS ETC.
The Board of Public Instruction of for the chickens, cow, and mule, ,
Osceola County, Florida, will receive get some for Litzie across at the Ford
sealed bids for furnishing! vehicles and hie down to Bryan's
Is giving from $1.00 to $5.00 and transporting school children,over store Garage for some for yourself.F. Phone SOt South Street ;< ;
the several school routes of the county FLORIDA
at the office of the County Superintendent C. Bryan Company is their says motto"Qual-and ORLANDO i>?
off on all Hats for Dollar Week. Kissimmee. Florida, up to ity and Service"with herd of bargainsfor .
meet a
you up
10 o'clock a. m.. of Tuesday, July 3, of
oodles ,
dollar In the shape of. ,
Also 'd pretty line of Vests and amount 1923. All of bids bidders per school must month state and the jars a of jellies and' marmalades, canned -",

which to f goods catsup, syrups, which . 1., . (
the routes over they propose
advertising and several head
Successful bidders will be they are ir I
travel. required -
Collars regular price $2.50 for of bargains which they have waitingfor r.- 1 J
to sign contracts give which didn't know about. .. ... 9
you you .'
bonds approved by the Board. The ; .

$1 .OO. Come and see our' bar- or Board all reserves bids. the right. to reject any ing AH what this it time was you've you tied'been that,wonder-string Th'e.lT lld. fg'the Sea f

t Board of Public Instruction I to your finger to remember and it
8-2t C. E. Yowell, Co.,Supt. suddenly dawns on you. So you shoot ,
gains before' going out of town.UHbfeM Vp Church street and throw'a dollarat

: BARGAINS.. GALORE FOR ; somebody at the office of The Ga- Casino Monday d Tuesday j (
'M'.1; I BIG DOLLAR, WEEK ,zette for itl'DoUar Bargain in this \\ 4' ,
,t" month for the
kind of stuff nine
\ ,lit (Continued from Par One) i price! of Rbe tacked on to your presentsubscription A moving picture masterpiece i in natural col rs. 1.1 t
:J..t' ..... the to the Dollar Week' or pit for is .newrbom :
rive once-over
,f '>#' -, E'Bargains which KanneVi Department, one. And wh n '.the (stores'! bee, ort :. A afe Of'The ChfQ se.$c\\ Ji , )1i, $ "
II't' ) tore is displaying. There you'll find July 7 at the end'of .the'bSst.. ) flap , I' : '' '
) rj i'qtyD 'Woodbeck; a lot of thing worth from '1.50 and Week .youever'.lutfn4 t ,rou'Q;>A.}< ) it \.t" { :'gI It, ), j. : Jl "'I! '{ : ; cr iliJ.

. : k pwards for the one buck. There are again, thai; ; ,money talks'and.yoi( rfPRICES: 20c. .AND 35ct;., J ,- '" j 4 ....:':';'
f l. ... \!' in' other :It. .
V-i ; b4 jour
et sh.: : I''I bungalow aprons, towel holJllll, night hold that'd Uat J'OII .-" . , , to'' '
t'M.MM'M' **AA **** + || 'goVns,.women's vetta!, cblJd n'* sot. pocket up to your: pink ear it'll wWj- \ i ;

i IpmgrajBatt Xi'ii'i"jYJ' ,; t tyftVtYrt * "T III.-,'s,..., o. ,onion, hooU, ,."work", r sMrta" t and-,.per.1've'.had,! ,.$ ,tl qe-RfW' e.." i..:,, .-........-....i"s.n'.. , 't :. :-'. .tA.\ 'w..1.r.: ...,.''t ;a V+.":-j. /0\ ,' ". ....f" _i:1' {"-
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h Y ..(1i'S > KISSIMMEE. .-VAL. Z*' GAZ j TrE'yFI Jtw '!sy" a !i't9L ', ,, :":.., .... .-___ _____._
r CJtAMBER ELECr1ON A\\L. sloners, of' the' City of 'it .stir niee, ...I .... ITTTTTTI .I ..... I I ..I) ...llTTttK.QOf9.*<.H f GO IiitAD Florida: ,, hereby concur) in the ,above

r (Continued from Pair One) and foregoing",report.A. S. GILBERT.."

f rorDollarWeekOnly: efforts in this connection.Be . G. W.. PERSONS. i For Bargains-: '
: : : it further resolved that, in ''the H. M. KATZ. .
light of the foregoing, the Chamberof City Commission the City of KIs- -V / -
Commerce respectfully decline to simmee." o 3 Barr Octagon Soap : >.' .
Purchases accept from the commissioners 3 Boxes .'..."-,' *
On All Cash Washing,Powder ,!7. ', .
: f, +" offer to turn over to us dredging op- H. Clay Stanford made the hit of
erations as act forth in the letter of the session when, after several i 1 Bottle Blueing
d jo ; .' Discount. Manager Uoughten under date speeches more or less personal, he appealed ? .
will give 10% Cash City 1 Jar
I of $1.00 or more, we of June 18, 1923." for co-operation: in whateverwas Prepared'Mustard. ,
'. The letter from the city manager best for the city. He said he 1 Van Camps Milk
Just as a Reminder: and the city commissioners was six Vas willing to"forego his particular 1 Bottle .
pages long and showed that whereas wishes as to streets to be paved and Catsup ;
; -Edison Phonographs and, Recreations. there was an original amount of approximately leave the whole matter_up to the vo- 1 Walker Silver Cleanser ...
j $100,000 in the bulkhead ters. His speech was loudly applaud
-Parker Pens and Pencils fund there now remains in the neighborhood ed. FOR '
) of $33,000. Some of the mon- $ .00
-Whitman .CandiesSt.ationeryToilet Fellow said last week that a dollar
f ey was expended in litigation,the let
". Goods ter stated, but out of the $67,000 nowadays wasn't worth a thing-thai- 2 Cans No. 2 Tomatoes A
the definite results were designated busts-and drowns-people but he '
spent 2 Cans -
Spinach .
11 his mind when he drew beadon e
changed a
and SundriesStanley's as "only one city block practically !- .
i j"" :;;, -Drugs, Medicines completed a wooden pleasure some of these Dollar Week bar i 1 Pound Can of Real Coffeewith -
gains which advertised in this issue
) commercial and
dock, concrete pleasure -
I docks, and a marl-surfaced road for tomorrow and next week. Cup and Saucer,_ ..

T leading to these docks. In additionto - 1 Can Pork and Beans '
: these, we own. the dredging ma-
Pharmacy chine used for the purpose of makingthe FOR .. :
fill, which is worth about $6,000. 0
The letter then discussed in some .
f I,: ., 201 Broadway Phone 41 detail the cost of filling and the opinion : 5 Pounds Sugar _
I I that the dredge would not do the : ONfi 1 Pound Can Baking Powder
: work the kind of substance with
IL] I which the dredge would have to operate 1 lb. Good Cocoa- 2 Packages Lux
I rI f"f"I and the cost of going further n '
., to get more sand. The letter continued 1 Can Kipperd Herring- FOR 1.00 :'
t I i w that although the signers considered 1 Bottle Root Beer Ex- 1 :'
the physical difficulties as \ 1 Can No. '2% .
tract- Pineapple
sufficient reason for considering con-
: continuation of bulkheading impract- 1 Glass Jelly- 1 Bottle Cherries '.-
tlcal that the city has not ob- -
J 1
; 180PPl' tained and cannot obtain in their 1 Bar Soap- Bottle Premier' Dressing f

opinion, a permit from the War De- ALL FOR 1 Glass Apple Jelley .
make fill
partment to a on any prop-
1 Box Tooth Picks
erty other than the city's.
Continuing, the letter said, "To the
northeast of the city block, are two NO. TWO FOR $ 1.00
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE blocks.owned by the A.C. L. Railway, 1 lb. Arbuckle Breakfast
V '
) continuing east i ill property owned by
Adeline F. Johnston, wife of Pat Coffee We have a complete line of Fancy and Staple ,,Gro-

j T Johnston. Continuing still further 3 Post Toastieil1 ceries, Candies, Cake, Fruits, Tobaccos Snuffs Ci-
a : KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE cast'is a strip of property owned by Packages ,
the A. C. L. Railway, and then on further Jar Grape Lade- gars, Cigarettes, and all Feeds at lowest prices. ;

t i l different east parties are various on up lots to the owned presentSt. by 1 Can Tomatoes- We specialize on all high grades of Flour and havea

DURINGDOLLAR Cloud road. Southwest ofythe city \ ALL FOR..$1.00. fresh stock to select from. We will. appreciate '
block is a piece of property claimedto trade and
; ; your try to please .
be owned by J. M. Willson, Jr.,
r r and adjoining him is a block owned NO. THREE
by Hurbert Klemmg.'and; just the oth-

i ,1 WEEK er owned side by of the this Lee property estate., is propert 1 Large Jar Olives, plain- B. B. ADAMS

1 Jar Butter-
The A. C. L. Railway Company and : : BROADWAY
v Hurbert"'Jeminihave\ both .stated that 2 Cans No. 2 Corn- KISSIMMEE

And Get the Paper Nine Months For$1.0O from they would making attempt a fill on to their stop respective the city 2 Bars Wool Soap- _0000..0..0..000..0._ ......... ..... ...ONfl01N0TRAVELER'S

properties, and the War Department . n' __.. _..
sent.refuses With to give this a condition permit without facing!:con us, $1.00 .. . .. .... . ..... .. . . . . ... ......

conceding-for the sake of argumentthat VISIT OUR STORE FOR
t the fill could be made economically HOTEL
(which it cannot), the fill would i LOWEST CASH PRICES
be on alternate blocks, and upon completion ALL FORMERLYEwlY:: INN
I water frorit that would not be of very WEEK. ROOM NOW OPEN

SUBSCRIBERSIi'H' much benefit to the property ownerson REASONABLE
the lake front, even the ones RATESJ.
I whose lots "r blocks would be filled, K. IiD"O: \NON. Pr..rt....
.or I to the city or tax payers, from CORNER !!GROCERY PHONE 221 : : : : ; KISSIMMEE FLORIDA1
.1|either a sanitary or an aesthetic
standpoint," T. H. II( The letter then refers to the improbability .
----------- - - ----
of collecting assessments -- ---- - --
which might be made upon properties
filled or effected, and the possibility -
of litigation for a period of
i : jears. The A. C. L.might agree to

Joyland Beach give their the property city a,twenty revocable years on lease sixty on A marvelous increase distribution ,

days notice, the city to pay all, the
taxes, in which event the city would
; pay all the cost and lose the money 0'. of f' Sealdsweet Florida Citrus: Fruits i
,: spent if -lease was cancelled. If the .
property were condemned .and a fair
t .J valuation placed upon it there are no k
\ funds available for purchase. Continuing -
the letter
::1' Of St. Cloud, Florida, is once more on the map. "For the above, says reasons: and after .soot w-a
r I careful thought and thorough investigation .
WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC JULY 4th. I advised the city commissionnot
to continue the further expenditure -
: : Dancing? all day by Piano-in the evening by Gard- of money on this project. .

ner's Orchestra. Come and have a good dip in one The that city the commission bulkhead, thereupon funds shouldbe decided aKStato+.o

.: of the Lakes in the.State. Wool Bathing Suits transferred to the street fund in
Furnished. All are Cordially Invited. order to make certain improvementsthat
Orr are essential to the welfare of the
:, city and its tax payers. They do not This!' season Sealdsweet Florida grapefruit and oranges have been
r think it is wise to retire the bulkhead sold 1 in cent
: twenty-five per more carlot markets than last
\ year.
; bonds for the reason that they would
.r.t have to pay a premium, even if the Sealdsweet fruits; now are distributed in twice as many carlot

bonds could be located, which are marlccts as five year; c::;o; in ccvcri.1: 1 liner:: as many as ten years ago.
I probably scattered over the entire ..
f United States. Neither do they think This increase in distributing
our capacity shows that WP, the
Mcintosh & Mcintosh it is wise to turn the money now on :
I hand over to the bond trustees to be growers who cooperate in the Florida Citrus Exchange, have been

held until the bulkhead bonds mature fully awake to the importance of expanding markets to take care of
for the reason that the city is only'I
Proprietor. I getting 2/6 percent interest for the increasing production.. "
money on deposit and the tax payers
6 I I are paying 6 percent interest payable First we developed consumer demand for Sealdsweet grapefruitand

I I that the money Also is, now they available believe, oranges by aggressive advertising of the food and health values

.. n_. that it would be more economical to for years and years carrying on this essential-educational effort altogether -
use the bulkhead money when voted, by ourselves.
than to call a bond election to raise

mentioned money for above.the street improvements," Next we gradually enlarged our sales force to properly cover the

"It will be the purpose of the city : sections of the United States wherein we found potential demand for

__ : r + WATCH OUR SHOW WINDOW cost commission of the paving to pay and one-third'drainage of and the :0 Florida citrus fruits. Today we are in position to sell in every portion -

the cost of the intersections of of the country which affords a profitable outlet. '
streets, on such of the above men- ;
tioned streets! as may be improved.I All this has been accomplished in the face of destructive competition

and certificates to issue against improvement the or abutting paving I: from Florida growers who market throughnan- oopcrative-chan-

I property owners on the streets Improved -0 nels. We have sold Sealdsweet for more money than other Florida
ii.! for the remaining cost*. I
"At this time it is impossible to marketing agencies got for fruits of comparable grade, pack and

!f supply you with an accurate estimateof 'I quality.
the cost of making the contemplated -

1 I t son street that improvements it will depend., for upon the rea-the I! We regard our work as little less than marvelous in view of the-

f I I _- amount of grading i tq be done the I facts as explained herein. Obviously, however, as the Florida crop
amount of drainage to be done,,the of grapefruit and increases
I oranges volume there
a r }jn must be
\ WeekBARGAINS width of the streets to be improved, I even ,j,
t ,..: . and ments.the character of the Improve- greater progress in enlarging consumption and extending distribution,

f :. "It is also impossible, at this time;
r i to state whether will be, done by Why not Ktlp v* do (A. job, to yourBenefit
; contract, or by .the? city actually tavIixs And ours, try working in .. y r
l : : I the labor performed; lor that toill our ranks ratfor than aguintt uf

depend upon which. is. the most reasonable -
; and satisfactory way of doing .w n,.,........ J. '_ ......
c'.(. I it. w w..aa. ..r la __....'........... ...,.-- 0..R lets .... .' + rl
."I desire further to .state s--a.f t.aes . - a4aaw..r writ .
to 5*
yon .. .Ln
'/'.. that in the preparation of this re a-ar.'a _,N ..... i .

port.,I hay.,consulted,, with each of ; ,

f. Ii ; the city attorney commiealoner4.i.weU.asWey :, and they.:have -"
"S'5 concur-
..t,1 # { W1MKAW: and.. ilk STORE\ red-.wjth IUD,U4 ra min w\ luavek,tb.. same Jnfvnnatkm':atod have. ,lu Ttfe FLORIDA I :,.

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KISIMMEE..VAL. ; PUI.: T.l'R. F1t1DAY Ill'i1, ; 1'?3. S$PN 1t

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... .... ...... ., .. .........i..O' ...t.-I THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION -

r ; .ft"fte.'tl; ..: MUST BE PRESERVEDFrom 11 7 l I )k
( Oovcrnon Plnchot of \
Sale : ".l>nr.ylv nla, a.t Gettysburg-. ? EDITORIAL J
Our/'D.bll IIr on Memorial n*)\) CELEBRATE ..,.. .. { ,
4'A. tho ,. n4 the-diree pf w > M'; -X. ;
yqars pass : .. h '. t\, '.+, \ "' .U 1'- .
men pass with them. Ikhe 1 shining 'f. " "' '". *."t.. . ; ..
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RECENT YEARS STORE deeds -...hich. havo forever. consecritod \, 3J[ .;r ,". ; )- .
i ; ,Will BREAK All RECORD [ IN OUR. !?, great periods of 'our*history July:4ttiatMELBOURNE:: \ ';"'. ;. ...
. . . .
v loom ever higher. The meiHto.whqni < "
ISt t %
wo owe'these deeds take even more < <. Imaginary Saving ,

f CEDAR,CHESTS and gloriously preservers their of placleas'the'the ;t>ation.anAre,.msjcers : 'i ,!, '," ,\t,)":,jj: ...d.. J ,\ [ ..... i' '.1.:\ :'
; I :Some' fine' Cedar Chests, .made-: of good old .North ceive in ever increasing V measures ",'"# ....J...GiI '.11" 1IWIIT '
," their just due. of admlratl n'- And .
; ; Carolina red cedar we offer at 25% discount during praise. Good Music-Free Lunch! k
insurance. "The more recent events of ,our IS. THE"IMAGINARY: SAVINGS THAT' MAKE 1
: : ,this sale They are perfect? 'clothing National story neither hide nor ob- 1

: : .Insert.4>rpof.: . It" : icure the great deeds of the pant.' QN> PURCHASES THAT CAUSE THEM TO BE J:>POOR OF I!
Neither the sacrifices nor the sigitifl-' Parade
PORTIERES cance of the Revolution are obscured' Big 'PURSE, i J

t or hjdden by the sacrifices and the .
Just to amaze you we offer 'a fine lot of Portieres at significance of the war' between' the LED, BY, It .is also the same glittering inducement that a causes some of I
states, nor do we appreciate IBM but .
: : *''50% discount. Don't miss this chance. rather what was done for us ; '
more our otherwise loyal Kissimmee citizens to go trailing off to out
by the men who preserved the Union 'FT.'PIERCE BAND
KITCHEN SAFES because of the heroic actions 'of the ; : side ,places ,to spend, their, money for purchases THAT COULDBE
"' tnerrrpho the last and greatest of 1
; ; 'How about.Kitchen*Safes?' We sell during this sale an wars helped to save the world."I MADE, JUST, ADVANTAGEOUSLY HEREJ AT. HOME.

: : week at 257 discount. This is a challenge for you am not concerned with your opinion . Ball Games" and.oth- '
as to the 'wisdom Prohibition.That We think we' understand the fascination offered
Ito; accept,, and get a great household convenience. in not the juestion. I am only er .Sports. Trip to by" .!
concerned with the question of loyalty Beach and big Street greener fields 01 Other merchandising! centers. In fact 41 is the I{
v ELECTRIC IRONS to'the Oonstitutlon of the United
.' States. That Is the issue today. Dance. in'the evening. same"magnet'that' invites a person to explore. . the pages:of a:.Mail j )
better:Electric Irons made than we "The of the Eighteenth .. OJ. ? I i
There are approval charms
.no .
the UnIon <1; .. Order catalojrue .and them into sending! ; their inone awajr ito
the States of -
Amendment bf a.r ?
.sell, and they're going'at 10% discount this week. wits practically unanimous. None Come and $Stay t all Day A BUSINESS FIIJM( ''HUNDREDS'OF'MILE: !"PTjjX. 'A.yi_ TV*""'I ;
the i'
denies that it is a valid part of j \'
.Guava'Season Will Soon Be Here Constitution of the United States enacted ' 3litfiW..'.- \-
in accordance with all the formsof IT IS THE MAGNET QP IMAG NAf : : Ii'tt oNj'f1J] ;
r We have a large, stock'of E: Z. Seal Fruit Jars. law. No man of common sense, r V1*' 1r"'**'f*'
pint sizes that we'll sell at 75c per dozen. Grab this contends that provisions are otherwise -: ---r- n. -- -,- that there is a'selection' and a quality. and' a,price. that. cannot" ,"bj. 'j ) :
,' of'l' :
than binding. 'Those who at- lives of brave men to establish 'one.' ..... <
obtained at home; And this idea is a, mistaken / ; ,' .
offer quick tack and disregard It, do so in spite many lives of brave men to piescrve. y t' :t7 t >>' :,
Of its recognized validity. They at- is far less formidable than the one I. II. I .
We will give $1.00 off any Lawn Mower in our stock. tack it for one of two reasons--cither which you overcame. It has neither PROSPERITY IS NOT COMING. TO THE 'COMM1iNIT. . ., :.:": .;.
is found ' -
because their personal profit dignity sacrifice, nor depth of conviction -
During this sale we will discount every price on in breaking the law or because their behind it. It rests on motives THAT HAS LOST FAITH IN ITS, BUSINESS.INTIptESTsCt| : I {:

Furniture 10%. This may mean hundreds of dollars their loyalty loyalty to un appetite to the Nation is greater to which than that associated are wholly with the despicable lowest and dregs it of is Sending rot spending money away from" 'KissimneeJ.-- .; ",, Unt: ;doingf; ,: ; 1

to our patrons.All : they claim to belong. our population. It has nothing to Kissimmee any good and profits accordingly.tlli>eolpmunltyallnl: \, :
"You fought for the Constitution of commend it. No sound argumentcan :$ " ,
of the above prices are strictly for cash, au no the United States against open attack be advanced in its defense. It is which it is spent. ',I\ w' 1' i "i/...kY :
: by men who risked their lives for law-breaking and simple, forpQrKonal
account. pure
be made charge
offerings can on a what mistakenly believed to be f '''' '' ;" "
they .
personal .pleasure
profit or
: their rights. You fought them and and as such wholly to be condemned, And while we are speaking! 'lei"n t\ 'q'sll'pftloutry,' .,,.,.. ..
Once more theDollar goes-forth .. you defeated them, but in the end you "Yet while its methods and purposes shoulders to the wheel and make Good Tlmes.&I"aJ posstbf. -b .
: ';
As it did in days of yore, came to respect them as men must are such as every true Amer-
: always respect valiant antagonists ican must and docs despise its results indulging in normal business transactions; buyingjVhat.yyoui.n; ed.. '*'
And finds its place of greatest worth, willing to lay down their all for the carry a real threat to the Nation of ,

The Osceola Hardware Store. .: cause in which fearless they and the Their our loyalty and love. Successful lawbreaking when you need it; discrediting commercial. ,' ,'pessimism'' ,', '.anfti' \ .", ..';'Tlras '.
attack was open. direction invitation L"
in one i IK an '
They fought with heeds high in the to law-breaking in others. The
: sight of all the world. attack in not alone on the Eighteenth
"The men against whom we. your Amendment, but on the Constitutionas This is real civic boosting; real co-operative community' effort
THE SHARDWARE' GO descendants, must defend the Constitution a whole. Our defense against
of our Nation today fight in these law-breakers defends the Con and real profit for all our citizens-RESULTS THAT DO NOT
the dark run from the police and
.' stitution not merely against their at-
: -
use the methods of the sneak thief tack but against that weakening of REQUIRE THE IMAGINATION TO SEE AND APPRECIATE.It .
..000..4..000.000000000..0..0..0. and the underworld. With no higher all respect for law which is one of

I motive than profit or appetite no the worst results of this effort to undermine is up to we Kissimmee people to bring success to our city.
higher ethics than those of the bandit the foundations upon whichour
---- ---- - ,.-- ----------- -- the receiver of stolen goods or The is marked
national life and welfare so securely path plainly and the guiding sign reads:
the man wheat god is his belly for rest.

personal pleasure or personal profit "I do not doubt that you men who
I they attack the fundamental law of fought to defend this Nation against "TRADE AT HOME."
First-Class Job Work Our r Specialty the land. those who attacked its Constitutionin
Their contemptible undermining of your young manhood will join in
the document which cost so many its defense against those who attack
its Constitution today. But I ''con
--- -
-- -- -- --
gratulate you upon thin-you at least BANK OF OSCEOLA OSCEOLA
fought aguipst open enemies who
proved their manhcod on the field of COUNTY HARDWARE CO.

Gettysburg, and on a thousand other
stricken fields who held up their Deposits Insured Hardware & Furniture'
8TUDBBAKBR BIO.SIX heads and looked the world in the "
TOURING CAR face.W fight against the hidden:
t. Gedge Casliipru Kissimmee'
f opces* Of., then underworld, whose" L..H. ':If , ,
1750 treaport is ounnfbg'-atldwhose motive 'u, .. '''to ;0 \\r ,. f td t .
e is"grced/and'all the'fCrcfs of disor! .

; der,- which have, seized upon the . ." .J \ .. ': "

Eighteenth Amendment as the pre- FRED S..GILBERT The. LAKE VIEW INN
text for their' efforts to weaken respect
for all\ law in an insidious attack Rooms and Apartments
upon the institution for which
7 Haberdashery Shoes
T you veterans risked vour lives and ,
Mrs. M. A. Evans
which your comrades died to defend.
""'e' despise the motives and the Broadway : Kissimmee KissimmeeLYLES
methods of these modern nulliliers.We .
j .i '"- deny that anyone ran call himself

CL4 n good American who joins with ., .... .
them, or fails to practice that obedience -I -
1 to law which is the basis of our WENNER SAWYER V. STORY CO.
LT American liberty. We propose Col', '
helping us, to use every power inh.r.pnt COMPANY
Dry Goods Shoes
in this (Commonwealth to assert ,:
and vindicate our loyalty to the (Con Books, Stationery,
Clothing ,
-.titut ion of the United State*, and, to .;

You Can Buy More WeightBut crush, us it deserves to be crushed, GiftsBroadway Broadway : Kissimmee
the whole base end and unworthy effOI.t : Kissimmee
of the pleasure-seekers; and the ,
You Won't Find a Better Car profit seekers to bring contempt upon .
the laws and the institutions which

make us prosperous and make us MACH For
In the Studebaker Big-Six you get Equipment is complete even to an extra free."-:Manufacturers Record. pf
wheel with tire tube and tire cover. GARAGE
a11 the performance all the comfort Fellow !paid last week that a dollar

and all the dependability that any car Its low price is due to large volume nO'arlay"V..n'l: worth, thinK-thut Nash Cars, Hood Tires come to the
husts-and drownK-p>op!(* but ho
can gIve-at a price that smaller proand to the fact that Studebaker over- changed his mind when he drew a beadon KISSIMMEEVALLEY

ducers cannot even approach. head is shared by three modelsallThe some of these Dollar Week bargains Broadway : KissimmeeS. GAZETTE

Big-Six Touring a sevenpassixes.. Then, too only one manufacturing which are advertised in this. issue -
for tomorI'Oand next week.Words
senger: car with: a seven-passenger profit is included in the Big-Six -. --

dimensions all Vital are manu- of he Wife
motor and seven-passenger price because parts (
throughout.It distinctly is not a sevenpassenger factured in Studebaker plants. John J P. Rockefeller says the reason -
five- he never attends dinners or ban- GARAGEFirst
body mounted on a If you spend more than the BigSixpassenger quets is because most all of the
The Peoples' Market
chassis. and remind him of automobile
price you can buy more weight speakers Class WorkGuaranteed
The Big-Six will take the steepest bulkiness and pay more for overhead wheels-the longer" the "spoke" the i '.
bigger the .
hills on high. It will maintain a high and operation, but you will not get a Broadway :; KissimmeeGRAYSTONE

rate of speed over long stretches hour better automobile.after .

hour. No car provides more rest- S .
L'YA m
Studebaker has been building quality d.
Is easier to operate.
ful riding-none
None is freer from frequent repairs. vehicles for 71 years. :' HOTEL M. KATZ'S SONS

Power to climb in high gear any: climbable hill Commercial 'and Dry Goods and Ready-

wits -.s tin tua..d tin env.. B.oveR Mat_. Oae.pi_. AfterfEveryMeal Tourist To-Wear
centpleta aka>of.--beet road..........-.la_tie wltla wlad.kleldele..r.dd.r.p.o.eriser.c.rru.t.d.......... MM...i Rep.....P..rwl.wmirror.Aluminum.....mm4 eombinaticlock. kick pUtt Aluml.umbooed -. Mrs. Ben' Baird :
Iubb.s. Cowl bbss, ITM*M bt.- Broadway : Kissimmee
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MODELa AND PRJCJtS-I. o. b. laotor. your
B1Q.8IX f pocket for eter ready
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For Quality Flavor and
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the 1 hog 1 Industry hip been.mop,
I ak tnt int9 the, 'barley JP*'oduci%JI3iU.! .
tricts since'use of gralzi:for. brewing'
-' purposes his ftUen &d.!, }

A New and Better Buckeye S Service Cot ; that prohibition Another:It -kaS--thin:caused.-'.a hat striking successful revCI decline''that is SANITARY r V- E IWrf 0'

M ; in the-general-death 'rat*'until >t has E
.. .. now reached the mosti.triumphant MILK & ICE CEO
low-waUr mark 'of all recorded history
I / Just a single illustration tttfct
Growers the Central Lake&gion will' stand as a type for all i is that
,I ; the death: l'ate..fOl' the:entire: United( ,
States has fallen in the last, tlfr"yeazs
t: : from 14.2 to 12.3, per thousandor
will maintain i office in >rlando Flor- the saving of over 200,000 livesper hp" 'J. ]
x In the future Buckeye Nurseries an j year. In Chicago It has fallen At F

ida, under the direction of Mr. Harry E. Doty.. / us low as 11.08 per thousand, and in .
j Cleveland, the deaths from aCUte': alcoholism I
__1 This office Will be' located in the :Drefr Bttfidihg, sVEast Church Street: have fallen from 77 In tilt : 1 1j

c .. It will be especially devoted to: the interests of"citrus'gl'owers. in Osceola, Orange to)tn 11 connection in 1920. with the 'decrease J IIi ATTENTION.FATHERS . j

i ,:: ( Lak, Seminole Sumier# and votul o nbes. the death rate it has also been. estimated 1
that there has'been"a generaldecline 1j
( The territory coVered by t1 as the Central in disease. For examplethe' i

;I Lake Region of Florida;. of wliicli'frtandb'i'the'CItrus' center; 'ih idly disease falling off that in,has its shown mortality the, is' r'eaaat tubercalosis Sanitary Dairy milk is ii 1j 1 1

forging to the front in gilapefruit and orange production. -a disease+, the chief! 'Andal. .' the1 milk' for your fours. .j
mist only weapon against which fa It will benefit your baby .
Not only are there greatly' increased plantings and corresponding enlargement abundance of good food and sleep .in Your wife ,and children I;; 1

v'' of output in this section but the' growers who operate tfierein(! are the which open had air.been, By wasted saving, the on alcohol money 1 .,I will like H'rind H Win! 1>>>e 1I

i .' paying more and more, attention to the qUality 6f the 'fruit they products.' and applying it to buying"kood'food tdod'for you.dui'lhlrnrQn'. .' 1j 1j j
,, and clothing; to better housipg. say:
Buckeye Nurseries firmly believe that all dang 'j1' of overproduction; in nothing of ctfuntry'nd'seaside'(\ Vacattions 1

I, Florida citrus: fruits may be easily avoided by the growing>. of grapefruit and rate ,of has this already terrible cut' down disease the nearly death I 1I

j '; .oranges' the better grades-for' which there will always be> 'de'marfd-and thousands 20 percent,of and the nation I

I ; by the use of marketing .methods. j
;; proper Prohibition has already lefrWtft! j

., ; I The history of Buckeye Nurseries, since 1880, when they became part the inebriates crime, wave in.the and city the especially.number. In'of J

, and ''parcel of the Citrus industry of Florida, is consistent in advocacy of the Chicago, Captain W. II. Westbrook. ,
i warden' of Cook county jail says, 'penetrated into every land, into every J Ji
contributed thereto in bet-
: production of better fruit and they have notably "Before prohibition went into, effect ,forgotten: valley. to the farthest) Jj i
4 ter trees of standard varieties and in new varieties of the better kind. I we used to get 60 or 90 prisoners a backwaters of Europe and the worldS j
day, now we get only 8 or 10.Agaiq.. little push ahead a little ei tnusiasm -
( ? In view of the speedy development of the citrus interests of the counties 1 the acting director, J. D. Taylor, of i I a little money are all that are I
for needed fro'm American to the : r
advises that
Louisiana, arrests smaller
composing the Central Lake Region and of the many advantages they possess I that state have decreased from 1.198 countries to wipe out "King AJoohoLI 1

+ for quality as well as quantity output, Buckeye Nurseries feel that their service In 1918 to 177 during 1922. :Mr.' Taylor I Yet if'America1moves steadily 'onward 1 1a
continues to say: "That the number 1 in her successful prohibition,, 1'F
j should be available in a form convenient and accessible to the growers. of criminals received here, whose and if England and Northern Europe
I.crimes may be attributed to, cr di. 'move toward at least a partial temperance t
Consequently, Mr. Harry E. Doty, associated with Buckeye Nurseries rectly connected with intoxicating: liquor then it will take no prophetto J
'. A since 1913 as citrus advisbr and salesman, and a substantial stockholder, has I. ,. 'is manifestly much less! \hen '' foretell when the sale of distilled f
,before the passage! of the Eighteenth liquor will be illegal throughout the
:' 'j been assigned to the management of the Orlando office. :Mr. Doty's connection ;Amendment !whole ivotld.AEttdllL'A4ES. t
( is on such a' basis as to permit him the utmost freedom in advising whatever Many jails have closed not only lack been of entirely 13EI1'G
t ,emptied but "pa; USED '
l he regards as best for growers, without reference to immediate sales of trees. i ronage" and in several states', it has TO FIGHT THE BOLL WEEVIL 4
1 been urged that all criminals from
The new Orlando representative of Buckeye Nurseries is a man of parts, :county and municipal courts be taken The work t
of: the\ department '
, of agriculture J
.., BARRY E. DOTY with a splendid record for business performance, civic service and personal ,care local of fails in ,state prisons penitentiaries, and 'workhouses,and the at TaU lih. La.. in develop t

integrity. His familiarity with the citrus industry has been gained through ,converted to other uses.Since established log methods cotton to and kill apparatusfoV the. boU weevil dustIng is- c t

and treasurer of the Clev nd-Florida Company prohibition has been continued this h),
twelve years as secretary Grove I l there has been a remarkable being summer and

which has 44 acres in bearing trees from Buckeye Nurseries. Mr. change in the home'life of thousands The, spring heavier'three phtnea. De'are Ilavfland being used.4B planes In l the: J o
thousands of
Doty has regularly attended meetings fruit growers. like the Citrus Seminar 1 yes children, tens are of having' a better people.chance. were detailed by the War department .f
I arrests for minors, in for use in these tests and competent
and the State Horticultural Society. average engineers and pilots were also
1 three year of prohibition, has fallen a
I, All fruit men who lave come in contact with Mr. Doty have been impressed off 35 of percent the ,Scientific.according Temperance the report Previously considerable work OH b

I ; alike by his ability and honesty. Buckeye Nurseries have the greatest Federation. Some this problem had been done, with k
"children's tight machine, and the use of :the"larger 0o
; confidence in him and in his capacity to properly represent them in the important his law,"called because prohibiton many a of their lives one has made It neceisaW to ...

i territory of which he has been placed in charge. The advice and have been saved bv the diverting!! of modify Several the type distributing of dust hoppers mechanism.have i(

1 services of Mr. Doty are now at the command of. eVery citrus grower in baker income> and from.milkman.alcohol to Children the grocer are. been made for meeting the new con- h,
Osceola, Orange, Lake, Seminole, Sumter and Volusia Counties, who'is interested making' better progress in their studies sffme Oftttfns time, but to it devel wfll p'probably a design require which r V

in making his participation in the citrus industry more profitaole t>1 ,-.either clothed, not only and because fed, but they because are better they4Dflr will be satisfactory. Mr. Coed, who' d Yo

I through increased acreage or better methods. : school less tired and exhausted has 'charge for the of department the boll weevil'Libpstbi7 Of agriculture -- D
hfc "various kinds of
jobs wage-earn
expects to have a fairly .
ing *, which they no longer haveto
: do. that their father turn factory permanent hopper" .tJ1\i\' ,?.
} tr\ now '
: , \ ;\ four-fifths of their te the one plnhfes for use
over wages
: '
i':' : J(; ,: instead drinking halfor control work' during the'summer. .
) ., ..J1. :ii, \ ..., Home Office Eighth Floor Citrus Exchange'' Building Tarn**, Florida ,' ,6.BBIpfelieau ,' ' ; two-third of them up,in the Several plantation) near the land*
-r.i&, ... . .. .... . ." even
.j'ft ? J. i NtospSSaiw ;Li, ,, big field have, been mapped and Alirlangements |
fr : :Soli \ ,. . D. GlLLETT.. President: apd Treasurer: :.OEO. R. McKBAN:Vlofl-Prc*. and if gr.: H. C. ALLE1I;;:Secy, and ;;fret Tr.,. .a'., manager saloons. said A. :."The men moving are; comingin picture! ;.'have' been made, for. a
Central Lake Region Office Drew Building, 30 East Church Street, Orlando Florida with their families' 1n the eveningto dusting' the.ottan with the plane >?
sea the picture. Instead of.spending The results of the new tests
; I : HARRY E. DOTY Manager their money to load up with awaited' with interest by all those
., drink." connected with the cotton Industry. '

f I . Another splendid good which prohibition
r i has -accomplished is that it 666 quickly relieves Consti-
-- has to a great extent;, done awaywhit
:'IS tion thereof for beverage purpose is the lawlessness of the liquor pation, Biliousness, Headaches
PROHIBITION A hereby prohibited." So reads the traffic. Before prohibition went into Colds and Lagrippe.STEARNS' .
I XVIII amendment: to the Constitutionof effect the United States consumed I 1 w
the United States, a law which has about 1 000,000 gallons of red< liquor -
: ' SUCCESS OR FAILUREBy caused such bloodless: warfare for the 1 ; in 1920, 12,500,000 gallons; in !
,f last four And now in the last I then in
h : 'I. years. S.MlO.000 gallons; and + F
1 t j Lizzie :Mae :Matherly two tempestuous years, the numerous 1922 there was a total of 1.81p,888 nth
false: WILTS'and masquerading costumes rations. From these figures we see
(The medal winning in 1923 I
I essay of the alcohol problem have that it is impossible to get branded
5 ,. 'I contest at Osceola High School.) been torn away ant the naked truth whiskey\ ) from the bootleggers Th
,4 d The libraries are full of volumes, has! been laid before everyone.One "white mule" or "white lightning"thp tied
I books pamphlets and speeches of all of the greatest things that
1 frVv sell i .poisonous, -injurious dt
kinds which prominent men have, ban helped In the success of prohibi- to health and often dangerous to life. ELECTRIC PASTE toIaa
I written the Failure Success of
on or tion is the proving that alcohol has have suffered from
the Prohibition but shall Mtanv people I.rrarnlwd Ov vwrftotMd xtenntb t rlor
) Question, I no food value whatever. Careful and swollen limbs and have blind M I
\ gone OockroMbM.WMorbuc AnU. BaM and
endeavor iv this short to show
paper thorough researches in the laboratory from drinking the so-called "moon- ML
PHONE 250 AND 196 QUICK DELIVERY why 1 think that prohibition is an undertaken in a last diepanng at- shine." The bootlegger is finding it wtm powders Una Urine to kill theM peo ic'cc:
unquestioned success. to discover liquid or aor espenutalpntlona.
tempt and to prove some .harder today than ever before to do ,
To most people the question of point of wholesomeness in beers arid business. lie will find it still harder cu
!/ ; r 4 "WE SELL IT FOR LESS"Best prohibition in any form} is a novelty, liquors, have utterly failed to disclose tomorrow. The sheriffs, police, and Randy- boi.for He Una-Batter lobe than: box Trap$1Ao fr
something new, something suddenly even a trace of vitamins in the spark other officials are after him. The '
l But is Histories OLD BVBsrrWM IB Isat
imposed. it not. ling This
cup. I
t satisfactorily eyplainsthe days of the bootlegger arc numbere'lanrf
v show more than a few instances .. ---?
apparent paradox that the Cali- the number is small. - -- ql
(Iwherein governments have realized fornia gripe growers who. when the The greatest point brought out by
s Creamery. Butter . . . . . . . . . 45c evils engendered by the use of prohibitory,( law was first passed the Anti-Prohibitionists! in their propaganda Vi

Fancy New Prunes . . . . . . . . . .12%c alcoholic find a remedyfor liquors, them.and have For instance tried to: were vines on and the pftttinp point their of digging land,into up some their Amendment against is that the the law Eighteenth is a com- SUMMER EXCURSION FARES J'1Ig

n 10 Pounds!! ;Fancy Whole Rice . . . . . . 65c I In their earlier years and during other crop but instead of losing their plete failure, does not restrict FROM

;' No Bibles Sweet Peas . . . i . . . . .25s the and period Sparta of were their both greatness noted for Athens the they market havg and bad facing, and still financial have,ruin the, prohibition. It is true, that that it should prohibition'
No. 2 Dimple Marrow Peas. . . . . . . . 20c abstemiousness of their citizens. And keenest demand for all the grapes 100 percent effective, but is any lawT wi
Y during this period they had far bet- they can possibly at the highest The refusal of to cil
:No. 2 Clark's Apple Sauce./ . . . . r 19c ter physical, intellectual, and spiritual price*' that they have ever known.- law is any that people the law obey ia bad a I &' on salef daily to:

No. 2 Premier Green Llamas. . . . . . . 29c development than at any other time. Why i is tb iI!I.T I answer that i it is be- apd no auTfirocient reason for its 'be::[ of
Again, Rome's early history containsone cause the! man who used to take his ing repealed.' The Ten Commandments NORFOLK _..$ 49.65: be
Pint Jug Vinegar: . . . . . . . . . . . lOc of the most striking examples of money arid buy wine, beer and alco- are, the laws of God. Who': .BALTIMORE .u__ 60.24; we
Pounds Our Special Coffee the success of prohibition. Romqlus holic driftki for himself alone, now dares to denounce them ? Saint PAul I nasa
,. . . .$1.00 founded that city on the principles of PHILADELPHIA 65.76
applies lttd the
buying ofgrapes and "I* the sin because
says: IW a
'' Po'rihd Can Ruittf6rd Baking Powder . . .29c total abstinence from alcohol and apples and oranges and butter and: violate it? Clod forbid. Whereverthe men 'ATLANTIC CITY .___ 688| paTel
14-oz Tomato throughout a period of five hundred milk and id* cream and green vegetables law is holy the conlniandmrnt: is NEW YORK _. 69.81:
Ketchup . . . . . . . . .20c these enacted into
principles, for Al iM '
j year wife and children. holv. lust and good." We have law lJOS1'ON ______ _____ 8 ply-
j U-Need a Biscuit . . . . . . . . . . . . 5c laws! were rigidly enforced. Even No wine, yet vinted, has one-half figalfifct mardter and crime ? Are I' u 83710
i : I 'Oysteretts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5c during my Roman several woman succeeding who drank centuries, any grapes the gtr fro}i)*honing which it value was mi3e as, biiving the- ,I they law in not even broken state? We In have tne Union traffic i I NIAGARA MONTREAL FALLS,=,.---?---- 9g.8d aCI Hi

I White Salt Meat\ cut . . . . . . . . . .15c tlcohoiic beverage thereby incurredhe lost alt its vitamin and most of ,i i'hall 1 they be 'repealed because they PORTLAND,- ME. ,. 91.51 lie

't ; By the Side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13c uries death of total penalty.abstinence Daring, with these minds cen- its cooling iron. 4s There' is no beer, however I.are being continually: ,violated( ? Violation BENTON" HARBdR __ 78.2J tri tr
nourishing the .I
"II barley of laws however nnimpOrUht.rinse .. ,
ST. PAUL ....._ 94.9"5''
und bodies ,
free the
from degeneratgeffecte ;- which was to in :
destroyed brew it; no I of spirituous drink, Rome ale half a1;good a digestive' tonic a* Cad .of the' law's beifin; leppaedthere \ ASHEVILLE .__._ 38.20
: aid, and built upon that foundation the malt: hops and other ingredients sippId,1e more cohVictfdn ajntl' 'HENpERSONVlLLE _._ 86.95 GbPa
PAY: CASH AND SAVE MONEY. ,:he greatest empire the world has that .hav (,gone to make it. "Barley I the penalties should Be ma'de' heavier' sAN FRANCISCO: ..:1ci29( t
i ever known. Thus we can readily formerly used for tio
beverage The has been
J+ 'WE} SHOW YOU THE WAX ATTAYLOR'S lerceive that in the earlier centuries en," so feM s the latest: report purpo froJn' effectively p1'tiMbtion'law. enforg hie ear than more it PORTLAND, ORE. _.._- 145.0?.. :: ,
I I if history prohibition proved itself the Unit 'States Department of Agriculture wa laa t-.,:.But it%jn not fall through, and" manY"othet' -East.. 'I atTrn
a success to great nations and, as ;.,ff. coming ,qn the market It/cannot/ fall tH ''dtueh, any fcnytninar .
.o atria Henry said "I know' of no.way; the word of flack Sam. and. i ern a t l-W 8terii'pointlL) an,
>f judging the future but by the God will stand. t troI
{ Stop, Oven I 'p tTtted.,, >
tt peltAnd And now that the United States r
now we come down to the present Suffer I..Has begunto'fee b1t > thrdCtchthe stryid
- t d.ywh.D. In 1919 the following dark and dismal forest fay of pro hhltion; For st1i oduleS'reservaI' : 1| I

r rr t<,\ SELLIT-Fbrl, art.SS", wll, imendment"After Wa* added to from the tie Constitationi ratification J It Js har duty \6 l ava A rail behind tions etc. Consult fI" ; > I eer the
one year her SO that other nation mar follow
'0 r) 1 ', of this ankle,: the manufacture M A Co
\ more Easily Theni is
Iceland. IndiaCanada.fVFiSUnd. LlfH
'B ill kale 'or .transportation of intox : : OBcotfeifdlapanij ATLANTIC led
( : ?@U eKi.DELIyERY? ,We
icating liquor .
q r. > ? within the Austrialia all of thee and "** w.'l a <*>> "*
portetibntheneof.fromtheUnited x
k "JvPw.YL.wr.4141.J+A..... .... _..+"_ .. -' -v-.J--xnmMww.i tion thereof ,into 'or.the .'ex other eisrs etdinr.4oihp many / the
; : States aid ) << .... """,, +i t.. '
,ualt .S
Oelp them ,nx.ytoad
x t.
afl tbt
tentetgi'susjectto i ; ." IJuri.- .efi .temperance. The Idea :Jaai !

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K States;'..lef.which. I > : L T Y a'7 d fir'
iFw1J0'AL )W
MOTOR; COMPANY'j assembling have all -AT':nJNIII" M ETU6d' wr.wtr'read : lft"1:1': (
plants. These .,
FORD -' 't '" ,, ., ,w- ," ra ,'s .
' and enlarged 'withinthe ''The 'tax collectors report' showed F 3'o..n;sbac' JiI.:
last and today are' amounts collected for license-- .,'.10 J E )Roberta road ..
TWENTY, YEARS OLD'The jinjr j cars and trucks at the ProdUC.j and for polls, III.County B E Brown mule t
: i depository reports showeibalances Ososola H4w Cow, i :;
every working day of 8 In "twen..1 i There are more than- 9,000Ford .. follows: '- Will Uar*wr. road _
Ford Motor Company Js dealers in the country,"and over'16,-1 General 'Revenue _.__....11 KI70.S !Bid! Sroason. road
ty >years old" this1. month.And,, thi*. 000 Fines .and Forfeitures ...... lOH.t Tie Ba... road work_ 14
anniversary finds it enjoying;'<1 t ; Ford;service, atatlons.m.1dnC' Road and. bridge _.,,..._.. 80K7.S r9 OUIwM. shoes ?
birthday a total of than -......... ... .. '
more 24,000 Special"-road' .. X 4.S Cf W Battop road
the perity In Its history points of contact with the motoring Tick eradication ...........:. .!*.... 'AC L RL. relarht___ 5
and engaged in carrying out an expansion -, public, ] Publicity -,_. .,...,...-.--...- 1141.1 A 1 -Davidson .. '
program of enormous magnitude Pairi., ._....... 5 .30 W H Kempf.r>. . i
manufactureup < Foreign branches and aesoclitedeoyltie5 Paid Warrants were ordered can roalU work 1
; necessary to brine are located at Buenos I soled from the. several'.funds as follows .,. :IB L Green, payment :
to meet the ever increasing. de. Aires, Sao Paulo and 'Montavideo : boards ......___.. -
for Ford products. General Revenue- _._. .___$ StOB.l 'M C Autry, two Ford
nand the' score of years which baspaseed I South ,America; Havana Cuba; Co. i Fin and Forfeiture .?....... !..... W- U Tel Co.- rn._....
In ,I penhagen Denm.rkL Antwerp Bel'gium Road and Bridge TSlS.t Peoples Bank of Ht: "
it'a Incorporation on June 16, ; Manchester, England! ; Barcelona Special road -....... 5.10 time warrants and _' {
1903. the growth of the, company has Spain Bordeaux France and Publicity %-._ Kto.o 'Peoples Bank of St
been amazingly ,rapid, and now its ; The following; bills'' were examined 'ton time warrants.. ..
to country Trieste, Italy. There 10 is a manufacturing approved and ordered paid. .fooples.. Bank' of St."
activities extend plant at Cork Ireland. _. Revenue Fund e Coupon. Melbourne,
on the '"and the Tord car is "T The"Ford Motor of Can. r E. L. D. overstrect. Com. _.__t K.O .MI_.Albl". Smith: ,
in use in practically: every1" land on' . Company H. O Partln-, Com. .._.... 5.10 '. There !being; no J rth .
.. Ltd., located at Ford Ontario
J. M. Hanselt Com.. ._._ 4.0 fore the beard4hx -..
earth iq lust ''across. the river:, from Detroit, A,J+ F,:B.., Com. ___.__--____ 8.00 E. L. D. .. '
The capital originally subscribed-1 actual output of 75,000 Ford H. V.-'Phillips, Com. ......_ 14.0 .Attest: 3 H Ovetslr.MI V'IOun 1 .
the company was flOO.WO.iaf which cars and trucks .and J. U. Overstreet. Clerk110.00 / "':... '". .
does businessnot .
., \
._ ' .- . I.
actually paid Johnston Oarrvtt. Attys. 60.aO 1 : ;;
only $28XM)0 in cash ws* th12; only 'In.' Canada. but. in British pos. Milton Pledn.r Pros. Atty.. ._ ..... Ford m'.y'be the hen lay 50 ear j,
into thetreasury'Among -- world
sessions. T. I* Comer County Judgre .. !6.00 butytrtjll be' .
stockholders of the company in Its The Fordson tractor broughtout U R Farmer are of jail. __ li.S of next ,week than yon .Purina Chow wilt ;
Ford held 25 percent, was J E Bass, janitor ..__.. ._ 81.0 : ',J. "
Infancy, Henry in take edvtntare of' 7'mote; -Ti o'perfect
1917, during which year 254 Leo H. Wilson county rent 160.0 .
of the stock. were produced. It was developed after D. Bans, Supt. county home, (6.0Chamber Week bargains in Purina v: I:" .
Ford ". >ld't his car to the 'Publl'1at .years of work: and experiment by Com., Klsslmmee, _- l ..0Chamber : issue.' Acid ',,'I:
i 'Ul'eren te. l
demon .._ ..
the start by.practi Com--Bk--cloud. .0
very ! Henry Ford ,* d'hh'engineereand; ff. Barber\ Commissions. 1SS.O Fodder pulling ,not #J 'pay the t .'\; I
piloted'tha111stiFord .
a'ratloJfor' presents*: ntost sturdy and"'dependablenower Matnle Padirett, M........_ -_ << -
racer himself and won race after race. plant. Easy and economical H.. H. Kenyon- ....-. 'Or'O'16.'0 plant's factories and t itid'tt4b 1t aIaoM t.C.: '1
in all parts of,the"country. Driving FOil Peterson ----- .II.'O mg' of plant tissues i: bit( ;.' t !tfia, '
Like "other
old "099" on. 'an ice track at Baltimore 4n"operation. Ford Bill Bass _..___.._.... se.ooMrs Valuable humus and ; a'VlW:" ;' ;r f
Mich he ,was the tint products'it met with almost Instantsuhess B. Williams. 1..eI provides forage that ywr' r '
to '
Mrs. -
and Fordson A Waller. 10.11 :
at the
break the mileatnipato'reCord.In present Mrs, B. H. Quy. -_ 10.0' than food hay. .or.Moruyl a criC.. a..r+ I.> I
plant at River 'la .
Rogue producing
1907 Mr. Ford acquired additional \V. C. Tanner __._ 8.0 "': "J
sufrtcient to bring his holdin tractors at the rate of 500 per day Tode Peterson _..__.___._. S.OO -- ,.Chowand.Cbiok.n' '': Arl++ -Jt
stock the to 58 ft J to keep pace with 'the- growing demand A. E. Kenaell _. so . .OO . OOt dcUversd to r...ti o.tbs f;: a'!,. ::. ,
jcs in company up per- Jane Clements _._ 8.0Frank tr
Evans. _, '.00 : $ BONXJ BELLE '
The Lincoln .
cent.Development of the company since in 1917 to produce Company motor organized Mrs.Samuel M. Montsdooa.. .__ '...'.0 0 Mrs. W. 8. lay more egg ...... i {

1908 when the Model "T" Ford car cars of an exceptionally high quality, R. O. L.lvlnsston. 1.00B. Satidactlon ,," as directed, than r.
first placed on the market, has it, Robinson 9 Perfect .
was was acquired by the Ford Motor court library 6.0 \ other ration' the
been marked by unusual success untilit Company at a receiver's sale Febru Thompson.Mrs. M. Brokshlre_._,_care.,_Clarence 16.00 Y HAIR WORK A j both the Chows will ,, .. '

now occupies the-foremost positionin 4,1P22, for $8.000,000, and onlvrecent'y Fla. Feed Store, feed. 11.7 I. O Phoae 235 105 T';, 11Qa1G1 A'
the industry.In Henry Ford paid to the creditors upfer &: Prather. Gas and oil. 1'.61. 0 w ;
1913 Mr. Ford set a new standard of R. B. Floyd. Feed, _,:. 2'.n : **.to H"0." count for TOOT poultry- c rrpa.j
for the industrial world when he the company an W. II. Maklnson Co., supplied, ll../ ... .... pdceq < f
to make up their losses, W. E. HanselL 0... _... jHanaell .. F. KRtBBS e r
his famous $5
announced now a'day though under no obligation to do no. Garage gas and oil .11 1., "
minimum wage, and -the $10.000.000 The Valley OsBette, legal ads ____ 'S3.4' UUBBS ft I
Lincoln Motor -
profit sharing plan, a move that .gain reorganized under the laws Company of Michigan was. Water &.Light Plant 37.1 p.'. .Pt.-.u... .. ...... , "_, ''i
him internationalfame.. Klalmrae Tel. Co., rent 1..11Co attes..y..rd;, ti.: ... ""- -- : /
ed on March 29, 1922. for an authorized U. Bandy, Commissions, 252.7:: Kl5Nrm.., 1
Many will remember, too, a year J. W. Thompson burials 4....
later when tree capitalization- of $16,000:000.: 8U Cloud Tribune, -, ---.l mrmrttrr tm : '
41 announcement legal ads 14 J
or so
' made that If sales went'to ascertain If Is now known as a d1ti.len o{ theFord David Bass, care paupers ... CO.e flaiKeel .g4.tar. Si'OJIEi'
)Motor Company and.has an annual R. ReideL reputing\ chair .... l.KT U'i
figure .every'Fft'd t: purchaser.lw uldi capacity-10 00 nn0torv; cars. ...M. I Rl v..,.. tmmmmHf r.m* 1.0'
receive a rebate The ..I... passed E. Derbyshlr. ..___._ S.e PAT JOHNSTON<<; -> -- *
the figure and the checks' weftt'oat Ford in the H. Brla_... ...__.__._._ ..*. !
may be the richest man '1'. Lt Comer .__________ '.00 i JOHNSTON ft '4
by the hundreds of thousands. world but you'll be richer at the end Leo H Wilson amt advanced .' i 4
When in 1919 Edael> B. Ford assumed ehlnxt'week than yes1.'re' now' for s hols.rshl ._ li.* TTPRNBYS( 306.fBroadway t

the presidency his father turned take advantage of some of the Dollar Valley Oasett, btenks 11,1* I Offices: 10, 11 aDd 12 .. ." Ai''

over that to office him, and aJ) the he.has responsibilities taken{ an important 'of- 'Week Issue.. .bafgajhs advertised ta this J.T. L.U. Bronson CoM.r'tedge FIne age speed'Forfeiture juv.cop.eourt_..t f"'oO IS.i i IU88OB0E ; ; M m: M .xPJ1,

,part lna11'd lopmeDte ef eam B"mtorrA BTawei-wan-den. ." m.; 4
the company since that time. Upon I 1. R. Farmer feeding prls. __. 1'.1' {
"fY el L. R, Farmer, serv. at jail '. ....0
becomingpresident.' Edsel Ford 'pur. "T t { L.; R. 'aem.r 8tre>up .,.....- 'j 1O.O Milton, Pledger Call 'Up No.. '21,8 4 .I
chased the remaining' 4fH percentheld ..
I R. Farmer, Jackson case, *+j*. {
by outside stockholders 1 and on "I was:down/.with pain in my right L R Farmer. Insanity case____ >)>1..0 PLEDCB.B a
July 9, 1919. the company..... Wr side wmcn l at times almost. crazed me. I*. R Farmer tVllllams case .. "' 11..4& (TwoiPN.Ec .T) J J'f'
L. __
R. Farmer ,
Insanity case ::15..eK. I ATTORNETS
organized WiJU) the taws'of Delawarefor Most all of the'doctors'said operation.But . C. Bryan Co... supplies 1."
an authorized capitalization of what I want to tell you is the C. F. Prevatt State Bank B .
tll>> I pain disappeared with the first dose WIt.. b weary ....... ____ Lee i ;;'
Fannie Davis ____.___________ J." KIS3IKMCEI.
his ambition do the of medicine
In to greatest your and I never see any Bob Mu.. 8..' I . :.. ...
mount of Wood for the largest number since. Mays Wonderful Remedy has 4** Witherspoon--------------- !.08 -

of people, Henry Ford has always I the right name gas, sour stomach James Zanders ______________ 2.0e "
kept the Ford car within the renoh and dyspepsia have left, too." It is a C.Henry W. Brun'Mlckle.are_convict's 2.0 DR. R. J. -WantMs Do tItIo? k

Of persona of average means. simple harmless preparation that -familylot.e.. ; :,
Last October the price of Ford cars removes the catarrhal mucus from Osceola Hdw. Co supplies. :0.10 ,
was again reduced oringing the var-j the intestinal tract and allays the In.n.mmatlon Miss Jessie D. Klelnraan. Over the
loweat'level'ln cost justice peace oourL_ ,_ 12.S orllca 'KOURa: .'to ,
ious' to :the the which causes practicallyall
types1 Hews ..
; BridseO
history of the company. And only stomach liver and intestinal ailments W Ashton. upt.. r..eI.uUOO.OO sUsldftBee PhMM 174
recently.the Inauguration the Ford Including appendicitis. 'One McOlll and Scott lantern1.76 I e;;.
dose will convince refunded. J L, Overstreet. release fees___ J..OA ,r . ,_.
Weekly Purchase.Plan has opened the or money I I rh?n wa .+ur.
wav to'automobile"ownership for additional .- 'J:- Z. Roberson; 'and druggists R tupfer 8 Floyd aed'Prather-gas, supplies.....and_oil 11.61 t.n,I wi.ri in

"mmions of people who 'can everywhere. R 8 Floyd mule feed__________ ..... -----i.---i.REAL
now"1'. Fonts on weekly payment F C Bryan mule feed---.._ 168,11 ,. r.A., ;,VANS .
KI8SIMMEE. F C Bryan! supplies---------_ 2SJ.S
as $5.Thefirstcar I
W B MakltuonCe,. supplies__ 11.4. ' -
\ : manufactured by the INDIANA DOCTOR'S, DEGREE J C Qrlffln. repairs to ;wasron.. 1I.1C1 "
Ford Motor Company was on the roadin \ W, B.' HanselU;f haulinglumber! I.ClO .t 4
June.' and .sold the early..part of BloomlngUn, Ind., Jane.:28,-(Special W K Htns lL ga..and.oil-----. d.Wlat. rlpat,\ t
bf'Klusltjm.e 1
)-Gordon S. Buttorff, of KissimJmee ; ro-rata I !
,In iaat' initial Ir03O4 ..
.11111',1903. year 1*>I taxes -- --j..j.-4.-,8. ./." . 1 I /
Florida granted the doctorof
the was City of at. Cloud r
arid, each company year has saajtstasdy'exrpansion medicine degree by. Indiana UnUversity Oliver Bharp.-.- road .m..1.I47..t..ork. ..........,oJ YO." .... .'. ...... .. .... ''1.JJ r

; until In 1922 production totaled June 4>at .its 'nlnet.tourtli.nnual >i/ O Dan W Brown Bronson.convict.road .guard.46.00..ork.._. .S... 0 MARBLK

1.851,333, and this year:>will pass commencement exercises. 'A Frank Barno. convict .guard... jil.". TURNER
the 1,500.000 merit a figure which it total of 624 degrees awarded by Bad Peterson road '-work_.._ ( 0 COMPANY;
the Hoosier state university Mr. ill.demons, road work 1,5. O -
is estimated will equal,' exceed -:
Buttorff of Nu Sigma P1 Hays; 'convict cook.________ 1i0.00 UONUNE I Y wl .M A w /l
thecombined output ,of,s 11. 0th'r sueortnpetdee wasalpemb.r Ixtrane Nurse, road work_,8S.*. .t.. ......,. |
to cbUe in' die Un td Nu hoaoraty.:nodical fraternity.' The ,low pUmoas, read, work..... tl.OO --;
States. inedicbl' course consists of six years, H C road work.2fe.' M. J. Cretrdeiv. *
Since its start the ha< the first 'three 'of which are given at A F fia... inJpectlon------- .>..0. > _uft1i enrdUottlIjaKZ' l

produced more than TTSOrtt company Fords Bloomington and the' last -three at Clint E L 1J Simmons.Overstreet'ro..Inspection.work__. ljf.10.00" ... ...,... iii. ... J ..r f J., :r .rt rt,: O "

and sent .tl,e.1Ik. -.9i11:.pRrta.pf4l c Indianapolis. The, bachelor{ of sciei Mr. Ada Bae care Dan Browne ., :Y. oa, ,
' the end child .. .. .. ;o.1t'
at 0.00
medlcme-'Isgiveit --
world and tiar ooG, ----- -------------? ,
more : are 'Wr
I M W Slmmonsr-road worK...... tllo.; .... .cr-
now jn. use'ln theU.Ait4M' t''telaJJm, of.,four years and the doctor of mediccine'degtfelilelnfed'it John Barber, .iroad work________ 4126 .: M.
'. Manufacturingniee'tltsda of'{the : t 19).ebmplsJ) : Arthur Partin. road work__-___ 1*.oa ,IaLaJ+r+ I iiship.e! . a:w111put ,

jpl, Ford Motor Company hays been,,and tlon of six j ears:' H Dave M .Partln.Bass toad road work----work_____._____ ....GO a R al'.&$tale ; ; n
'r Louise'M. 68.6 F
remain the marvel of 'engtae ring ex Leona Pritchard, Miami, and H J Tlnds.ll.roKd' work_::. 16.00: i -logl-bankLein-
perts of th} world. ',&1I. are based on Sheddan, DeLand were also, enrolled O R Phillips\ pay roll__._______ loi.l FIRE, LIFE, AND ;
the most'-scientific! principles, dis- as' Florida students at the Indiana A J Simmons road work_______ 't.OO .

tinctfully individual in their advanced State University during the .Isaac Alton Barber Partln., road road work work_______.____ "tllI.GO INDEMNITYN. :Ierest JM.

steps, and they bring1 quantity production past year. Jack Barber road work._______ 41.2 O k' tcTditipnal ,
with high quality coming automatically Florida is one of the 20 states rep- 'Need Yates, road werk_ 41.2 _. !!..! payment CNatm

in the process. resented among the 4835 students of ,Chattanooga Company culverts Road Machinery_ 45(00 payments plus the interest paid

Under its present, expansion pro. Indiana University during the year Joe Johnston repairing; road._ t7.10 t
cram the company is carrying on a just closed. Eighteen different nations ,J Collins, road work___________ 14.IS the bank will make the car yours.
larger scale than ever before its policy were also represented on the I N B Howard road work_____. (.1' S. B.

of effecting every manufacturing campus here. The Indiana university.''J Raymond O Lanier Lanier road work road work7,60_______ 1750VI plan to get out into the fields and woods fo..a... ,, "
economy possible. Thus with coats curriculum includes more than 700 to the beach stream-the
in the of and fI or family
cut to the minimum all along the line, courses college arts
from primary raw materials to finished sciences, and in the schools of law you riri.the Ford Sedan. It is ready lciri'

cars, trucks and tractors, it Is medicine, education music! commerce or pleasure anytime step into 4' f
able to give the purchaser a high and finance, and in the graduate you r*
driver's seat and foot 'on the +:
quality product at a very low price.It school. and put your

has its own coal mines in West . button. l-
Virginia and Kentucky and iron ore Fellow said last week that a dollar

mines and forests in Northern Mich nowadays wasn't worth a Ching-that- FIRE
igan. husts-and drowns-people but he a car for all weather with real comfort "

The Ford railroad the Detroit. To- : changed his mind when he drew a beadon I I -- everyone. And now it is within your ;)

ledo & Ironton connects with practically I some of these Dollar Week bargains Come in today- full details. +
every transcontinental line, which are advertised in this issue 11 Darlington get )

which affords unusual shipping fa- for tomorrow and next week. I

cilities.At M. C. AUTREY Dealer -
River Rogue with a plant area ROBS CALOMEL OF } !e

of 1,200 acres the company beside* These Banks are Depositories for
having the largest foundry in th" CITYMEAT
take hold. It
world operates its own blast fur NAUSEA AND DANGERMedicinal IT WEEKLY PURCHASE PLAN PAYMENTS t
naces machine shops body plant I ;rip hard. It.

saw mill, coke cement plant J.
high, thick, sharp-
Bank of Osceola '
paper mill power plant, locomotive Virtues Retained and Improved -k. ,
repair shops and the Fordson tractor Dangerous and Sickening edged block. put i

plant. Qualities Removed. Perfected Tablet up a wed'o-Iiko re- Merchants and Farmers Bank
The parent plat of the company in Called "Calotabe"The sistanc Fresh 1
800 tolddding. \r
Highland Pork occupies nearly 1Y
acres, of which 123 are under roof. a latest"d.-nau triumph.eated"of calomel modern tablet. It i* the maximum

Here are the general offices the De- nown to thi-: drug trade. .. ."Calotnb." safety traction and '
troit Sales Branch the boys' indus Calomel the most generally used of all -
trial school, and tole world's largest medlrlnna thus enters upon a wider lone wear you can Phone t
and rrrtn-
Held of popularity.-purified
individual automobile .plant. ed from those objectionable qualities put under your car 4'
The has a glass at ..
company plant which have heretofore limited its u.
Glassmere Pa., another at Highland In blllouanei. constipation head- -tho rinforcd d a.w a.

M Park, and a third is under construc- : rty."ft Indirection liver, stomach, and and Ina kidney great bev All-Weather 4
tion at River Rogue. troubles calomel was the moat successful Tread of the y )
... newGoodyear -
There are also manufacturing unitsat remedy but Its use was often .
Hamilton. 0., Northville Mich., lected on account of its alckenlns qual .Cord Tire. SHOP ry
ities. Now It la the easiest and moat
Troy N. Y., Iron Mountain Mich., pleaaant of medicines to take On.C..lot.b l_ Ge..r Snmitim essss sssV SSBISB i J ,
< J1..1.e
and several points in and near De- at bedtime with a swallow of ..'-* ... *.II .w/ r..ew-
water.-that's all. No taste no griping _...WrA. ft._"G. 4 ... Nothing Too t
troit.A .'.,,, i .
building under con ; no nausea no salts. A good c- fWeeffter e..I All- ,
$1.200,000 night's sjeep and the next morning you r..1 end lash Nothing Too V:
struction at Dearborn Mich., will pro are feeling One with a clean liver a ,.. sea _I.I k .Isia.l .
vide a new home for the Ford Engineering purified system and a biff appetite. Eat I
will house'the : what you please. No danger.Calotaba .
It also
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plant of the Dearborn PublishingCompany sealed paokaires. price thirty-five cents
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: .':$!\t : B01x.T'-1'ROW. } '. BOAT: AND MOTOR ,BOAT TRIPS* ON THE LAKE, ,

: tv Large: new pier'equipped with electric lights, high dive, ahoot-the-ahoots, children's merry-go-round and' .two '

\, new bath houses.' .Bathing. suits, caps and towels furnished.. Free camp grounds with. stove for ,

I I.i': . for" *, picnic parties. and. .. families., ,. . .Cottage. at Very low rent Gas" station on grounds. Ice cream, cold drinks,.-lunches.: \. # '

/i: BIG 5-ACT VAUDEVILLE Mfl:;! and 7:00 P.. m. OUTDOOR AM'PHltIfEAJ8E"

f :By :.tI'ox: :,wear JR="eiib..Cl.rcUii; : : :Playersx: comedy and: alaa s Baal '

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: Dancing Afternoon and Evening :-: Jazz Band : "

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the of the GENE:: BRYAN SPRINGS .. __ iII
hospitality dispensed by thes charm she entertained members --- ------- -- - -
E I flEALIJ ing hostesses. Sandwiches, fruit and Wednesday Afternoon 'Bridge Club SOME GOOD MOONSHINE HAROLD ,HUME." M P. BIMMON81 D. A. MORRl .,,.,
[jiN: ,SOGIEtJS.Jf cake-were. served. The invited guests and several invited' guests at bridge. "Moonshine" is of a new President.,. Vic President 8.0Tr.:. *_. ro
hti included.Misses'nUe Squires, Janet The tables were placed on.the screened publication recently started at Haines Best F rtiBs nH 1aMctid.t PoeJtry S. >BPTSB .
,' Dot Makinson pf
&Squires 'and
M " PI I.HIS ENTEBTAINI . McKay,, Gilbert Patsy Lupfer. Griffln Bass, porches)); and a carried pink and out white with col. Citr" which tells its readers that it .*est Goods Fair Prices '. p t Sial.....
or scheme was Radiance'rests. "
l JlI..e8 I Lois OvcntrMt mud Carolyn1: Frlpp, Sanderson, Bullock, prunson, : ''The card games''proved be ""brewed every now and then, : Ask Yornr NslfhborUD: ""
ffalker entertained Monday afternoon -' :Duncdirt," McNeil: Parker, of unusual interest, and the first by Eugene The C. Bryan, "sole editor rate and is ."GET LATEST,PRICELISTSBEFORE'BUYING., .
with a delightful tea at the home! Stanford, Tucker, Lesley, Mary. Til- prize, .fLmon? the club' '' owner. till subscription,. broke," and the E. '0.' PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Florida
of Miss Walker,Von Bryan; street! Jer .Ppraft Mr*. George-.'Garrettbind set of bridge table markers, won "goodwill we po Jsek .TiOe,:
r honoring'Wo. PrUeUI Toomer, theepept 1 'Hisses ..Mu.elenhDrap r,kneLove by !Mrs. H. S. Geiger. The first prize the paper Haines will City be "published Ilreald will l as long the as
of Orlando.
of her'sistir Mrs. George P. bot-
!tje guests was a perfume '
Garrett, and MissfJJertha Harringtonof The hostesses and honorees all attended tle among WOO,by Mrs. Marion Carson, and account. "
Winter HYk! Miss Walker's the State CoUege for Women "The editor has, adopted the name GAZETTE W ANT ADS" WINNERS
. Mrs. George P.,_Garrett scored Jow- Moonshine for his small publication ARE {
tr&est for a frw'tyrys. V during'tbep.ep season; ahd! are mem- est. Delicious\ {refreshments. corfeist- ,
;4'pretty cohr:: ,ii: eme pf.,pink..and, '>tea..111 ll'1 Beta, Phi. >, . ing of'''a salad and ice course 'w.s'' for that,in dreams it will!, are be made published of." the It stuff in a '-,. ".
+ was: empliailfied r in the decora 'I- "
k served '-Those enjoying the hospital- ,
ware real and the
estate editor
quantities oft roses a., ;; ge a* being used in'vasa presentation : the club members were: Mesdames 1 nay
.. what is
\ are to Haines City yeast
altQut the reception . uQt l The''horde of Mr. and Mrs Nelson Bryan, Buttorfft Gardner, "Woodbeck I to moonshine working '
we keep it
; afternoon about tweety-fiye rognYs ; Mak J1so .,ilJ1 Main street )vas the Davis farmer, 'Weigel of, : and bubbling. We produce the kick."
s ladies:. called and, eQjoyed. the,., gracious.. 'scene,of. a pretty party Tuesday, when Anpasvand the Misses Alabama"j In commenting on sales literaturethe fREE SUGAR
editor says "the best piece of

t,! ;f I' "lllllllllll" ( l IIIIIIIIIIIII u l IIIIIIIIIV""I IIIDUIIIlIIIIIJIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII salts notice literature from the we've State ever Bank read stating is a

; !! your produce note results is due." Then Another we get one out of and the I am going to remodel my store. In order to

'_ sVmpathy-pulling paragraphs says, reduce my stock, and get better acquainted, I am
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"Wc'xe been paying automobile notes '
=:=== ." =-= every month for the past eleven years going to place my entire stock of Choice Groceriesat
== and swore off on the last one but your disposal at a very low price for the next
have fallen from Thank God
iii2!' .. ;;;;;;;;;; we owe our father grace who ill in the automobile two weeks. '
; I business for it." Beginning today and continuing through July

,;\ a !! THREE THINGS WEt I JOYLAM J) BEACH OPE'oISAGAI'oI : 7th, I am going to give'you unheard of bargainsin
The Bank With : AT SAINT CLOUD
everything that I have in my store, just as long

t, o the is Joyland self explanatory Beach the, is name again of ready whMi as the supply lasts, so come early and get the best
y NEVER HEARD OF I for the public. It will be opened to that the market affords.In .
Ability the public on the Fourth of July with
'rf.I = == bathing and dancing all day. In the addition to the low prices that I am placing -
.. i = andWillingness == evening the music will be furnishedby on my goodsI
' Gardner's orchestra and a large
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I crowd and time is assured.
i\i. === == 'McIntosh and good McIntosh, who recently I am Going to Give Away 50c North of Sugar With
' t = to Serve they lost their ,1 pier and bath house by fire, ,
: ," :MAYBE daisies can be picked at have rebuilded and are now in a better [Every $$5.00 Purchase
position to cater to swimmers and
dancers than before. Woolen bathing
F DEPOSITS INSURfD[ North Pole perhaps icebergs are :: suits may be had at the bath houst, When my store is remodeled and my new
and everybody is 'Invited to Spend the
Fourth with them and enjoy a swim complete stock arrives, I am going to show a bet-
> I e found on the Equator-possibly men in one of the best lakes in the state. ter line of EATS than has even been offered in

' t = have succeeded without bank accounts.
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The Christian; Endeavor and Loyal
))1" I == == Friends Clans of the Christian church, THAT. DEFY COMPETITIONThanking
1 :, But so far there has never been any = enjoyed a delightful swim and picnic:
" Friday evening, June 15, at Lakeside
". == == Park, on .Lake Conway. The heavy you for past favors, and trusting
offered of of these things. I rain dampened the ,cars, but nothing that I
....,, proof any _- !can dampen C. E: spirit! may merit a continuance of your patronage
t === I More than sixty enjoyed the delicious I am, ;
,1 \ == supper of fried chicken, fried
corn potato salad, sandwiches, pick- Sincerely yours,

; il a':Bank: of (:Osceola County i les COUNTY Last, and HELD Friday cake.SUNDAY CONVENTION'the. Sunday T 8CHOOI.H'schools FRIDAY of, Bohannon's Ideal Grocery and; : "

n the met in convention at the :
-" ,A *>'. %' &' / county l ': !. rlid. "
Y 1F Try Presbyterran church in- Klstimmee, Delicatessen) '
;:, t. ;\'"' : 1"1 \. Hours 9 A., 1 M ,;to',.3 f. M. '5 with about fifty delegates from the ,

r .' : }Flans various were'denominations laid fot, closer. the,cooperation bounty.. .,. ,B. BOHANNON:, Proprietor. ...,_ "$ f ',:

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view toward :
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