The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Vans-Agnew & Harris
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Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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The commissioners; wi;111 J. -Hillsman.; assistant audito,.. .
IS BEING ARRANGEDTO hold; an county adjourned .meeting; on--Sal PERFECT LOCATIONFOR SAYS DEALER ARE for the Florida Citrus Exchange,\t.sin' ENDORSES' LEVY'EOR

urday to consider the road proposition Kissimmee Monday, to assist 1n
..' in the Lake Wilson district- winding up the .season's business ot
BOOST HIGHWAY full plans and specifications of whic STATE CAPITOL KISSIMMEE GROWNPotatoes the local branch. There yet remain! PROPER.PUBLICITY'a
the count a small amount of fruit to be senoutrbut (I
lave been prepared by ) the'season
is. close enougl
Midway Association Weald Intern Johnston engineer, h.Joseph... ,also E.. Johnston.completed Ml the. Logically There It N.. Better Spot u May Become A Strong Factor to its completion to justify, the offl. Casuaercial Body, Goes On RecordAs

People .f'' West Coast \i. TW Bet p.ans, specifications and estimates of Florida for The Re-Location ol in Building Up This Magnificent' del. in asserting that the Kisslmme Faverinf The Proposed Tw. .I+
the road the Jane Gree Sectiea packinghouse, in charge of II. C '
Cross-Stale! Highways through Statehouse of Florida MiD TM, Levy For Publicity
Piano, had made a wonderful show
-and these will also bit prea .
swamp :
--- -
s Edward Krause,* president of entud on Saturday. In this latte There seems to be a general feeling "The potatoes you are shipping u. in ing the and front one ranks that of will similar place institutions. it well There: was an extra large .ttenci
the Midway Ocean to Gulf Highwa;; route it is proposed that the new over the southern portion of from Kissimmee are'the best that ,A will ance at the meeting of the Chamber
Association, is constantly "on the< road Khali cross the old trail no lea 'Florida that the expenditure of nre- being; received in New York." complete ,report appeal of Commerce on Friday eveiUog-
in later Issue of The Gazette-
job," an may be noted from the t,'e- thai three times in order to lease (200.000 to improve the statehous That' was -substance of a wire itemize'a in a to be easily un. and the interest in the organizationappears ,
graphic message he sent yesterda;; the expense!! of construction-whicl is wholly needless, inasmuch as it if, ant of a letter reaeived by F. n.Apltman .. derstoodby all way Interested. to be on the increase. An
to. the president and secretary of the' the county engineer asserts will not highly probable that the seat of the from the Ann of Robert T., effort is being made to double the
Tampa Chamber of Commerce! In ai be .a very expensive proposition. state government will be removed Cochran & Company, New York, and ANOTHER NEW HOME membership-the plea being made
endeavor to awaken enthusiasm in OSCEOLA" ----- from the distant section of Tallahassee the communication referred to the that the organization is for the ben-
f that section regarding the only log;!- and located! at a point. nearer thect' crop of Irish potatoes being raised by efit of the entire population and,
3 j' cal crcpis-HtaU" highway between tin OF PERFECT GRADIIn of the state. L. II Ingram and R. D. Waring; on Henry K. Phay will at once commence therefore the entire people should be
I I two coasts. :The wire was signed by; When that time shall come the advantages the property of the latll'l'-nal11pd-tlle the f'rl.'f'lionl of a bungalow; back '''of the body. Scores of matters
II Wilson ,
;' t Mr. Krause i is his official capacity, In company with Leo of Kiasimmce will be much lands being known us the Aultman stucco construction, near the high' will come up during the present
county farm demonstrator; Dr. R. CTwner in evidence. There is other cityso term the Chamber
pf which will
J. 4 nd read an follows( : I Gardens The entire cultivation Is school building;-having purchased .a
of the live-stock sanitary
,. "Bad conditions prevented thi nearly in the state's centre-nor in charge of Mr. Ingram, who "really lot with a 75-foot frontage on Mitchell prove of vast and far-reaching benefit -
board has thin week inspectei
is there another city located on to the city and to the
message by phone this morning bu knows how, and &lf. Aultman m at- street Mr. Phay expects to occupy county-
the Model Saint Cloud and
J t bv way of introduction please IM-I advised Dairy ait splendid navigable; waters, besides a tendingto the shipping end of the the residence as soon as I il and there should be universal support -
}''I t that IIH president. of the Midway the Sanitary Duiry of Kissimmee beautiful lake large enough to har- business. .shall be completed. The sale of tin given to the body of men who
t the examination made to detect
being -
"J >" Ocean to Gulf Highway Association signs of disease if there wen bor the entire navy of America, directly Not only is. Mr. Ingrain; shippinga property was made through the Nelson devote time and energy to furthering 'fall
I asking for tl prlvileg< on three lines of railway, a laudable projects A
t am > fine quality of potatoes but he has Realty Company. wellorganized
: Both dairies were given clean '1,1\
1 any located the cross-state and
$ V for representatives' of this association. metropolis on been sending out cucumbers by thecarlot ably-conducted Chamber
bills of health-and the animals were< ;
which is composed of property highway as well as on the main ar- from his immense fields.! Then, Commerce is an asset of which any
r declared free from all illness between the two great (cities of city: feel and *
I owncrn and voters, meeting 4Mtl try too, there is the greatfield\ of tomatoes may proud-- every re.iolent -
your body-together with the memo Florida Tampa and Jacksonville. -some declare that there are us. of Kissimmee should press for-
berg of the Notary Cluh and otheiorganizations Four hours by automobile from many.. fifteen acres in 1.1'01)-811 of ward, become members, and aid in
. HUGE REALTY SALE Miami and two hours from Tampa ull work of Such institution
of your good dt) - tcdemonstrate which is in such fine shape that photographs progress. an -
our sincere interest in and Saint Petersburg, with arteriesof have been taken of the INSURE SAFETYIN can do more, if it will to-
good roads -but especiallv in the highways: extending in all directions tract, Then also. are to be found ward the making of a substantialcity (
route from Tampa via Kissimme! IN OSCEOLA COUNTY Kirfsimmec would have advantages other produce tyhich ':Mr. I Inparrn is than can the city councilandit
t and Saint Cloud to Melbouine: on th"oceun. 'I' no other city or communitycould cultivatingAll ELECTRIC WORK is an aid to the city council to
and theme to other points or offer; and the county commissioners have the backing of a non-political
the east coast. I also wish to ad- REACHES $750,000( all'radhave secured u tractof of this gbes: to prove that it body of men whose main incentive is
hundred: which would needs mt'I't'Itl..<-- initiative and the Kisummee Should Start Now to Ref
: vimvou that we have "i1J1. l 1 one acres \good government.;
4 meeting in nil towns. froth Melbourne b; e donated free of all costs to the know how for any man to make a I late by Ordinance the Wiring of The meeting/ went -on record as 'i
II to Lakeland, both inclusiveand Reputed to Be Largest Realty Trans. capitol grounds. This is already being success in Kissimrnee and the adjoining favoring the plan of creating a two- 'I!
! desire. to visit Plant ('.'tV'.. Tarn fer Ever Made in The olOiceola held for thill rurpo"---fo. the territory. In many communities I All Buildings mill levy, as wasoutlined in The Gazette ,I
I pa and Saint Petersburg; ithin Uuf History intention is to go after the proposition the question of labor has been of last week, for the purpose .
next week so that our ,petm ion cur CountyOne when the mutter shall be r.ipe.The a"severe proldem--but :Mr Ingram If Kissimmee expects to become aj. of publicity. There were" no votes .
> Innuickly and impressively. present41 !I capital of Florida will one experiences no difficulty in gettingand large and as important as many people cast against the project, when the
to the Staler road! department thf realty transaction in whicl day come to Ki."imm-thl' centre ictaining a large; force-an'j hope it is not( too soon to pass t i.uestion was put by the president, 'J
governor and the legislature, if necessary : the I, consideration exceeds three of the state! many hands are required in the I large en ordinance/ regulating the wiringof mart Bryan, after there had been s
> AI o'l 1u. nd\'I"llhat we art lout lhs of one million dollars ha' -". acreage I that._ is under cultivation.Car the houses and bungalows. beingerected full discussion of the proposition..
not aKkim for financial aid from antI ,usl been closed\ in Osceola county- IRECTING BUNGALOW --- -- - in accordance with the "Na Whether the city council! will act in

I I organization, but hope to ,secun' and is feature that is absolutely
I theii, uniiial.fii'd moral > ndoi' '''mentbeliovintr proposition ever taking place' I a I Chamhei of Commerce Is not known
! | that 11 Strong inibioker .in his imn1t'diItJ'i"l il The dea ('onl'h.' \ .... been awarded and .I .1. R. Warren of (Orlando who was necessary if the owner of the building with any degree of accuracy; but
their of pitutnoncracunnprisinghighminded , , . I hll1.been in prospect for a considerable work has already commenced' upon'' arrested. in this county for transporting intends. to take out u policy in the vote of the body will probably be -,
;e mastic. orgimi/at i ions, from : pet od -and, its successful {cul tut attractive. ..six-room bungalow ottwlo8t J I ]liquor, entered a plea of guilty any fire insurance, company Imperfect considered an important factor in 'i
t Saint Petersburg\ to Melbourne will' initiation, means. a great deal for, Kissimmev has Ix'rn known as the Willson aiid paid his fine. of $100 and wiring will bar the issuance. oran tht matter. Just how the fund will

(f secure" the. nei'ded, aid! to completethiee I and ONCOH. | cou'nty. lot corner of Hm'I' and Aderhold costs. Then he essayed to recovers /' insurance policy, if the agent is be handled should the levy be made, '(
unfinished gupIII the ,route I The *story tells nf the change ol.Mvncrship tieet. The site wa recently purchased .. Pu'lson car, but the county prosecutor I on to his job; and even though the will be t'ntirel1UP/' to the council; .
The e uniuiiM! to a total of twenty- : of whut bus been includes) by J.V.. Goodman; and) as he Milton Pledger, secured an policy manages to slip by auy inspection but there is a feeling; that it will be 'i)
' 01," miles This completion will conned I in the. Davis holdings and more thai has disposed, of the home now occupied order from the court confirming the I I the damage by fire would bring handled judiciously and that it will c. ;
1 the ocean and the gulf with a I i ,'lore thousand acres' arc included, the needs of a new home are confiscationand the car will soon I II out an investigation which would have a tendency to do away with the ?
high-p-ade improved road which will ti the transfer The transfer. ofIh. most apparent and he is ('n"'avor-I I be soldaccording to the tenets of' invalidate the policy and render a frcquenj "drives" which have so
mea'i tomfoit I for Floridians pleas ".. properties In t John ". Wild, olSki'Hon ing to hurry the completion._ the law total loss to the owner of the damaged severely strained all business! men
in 0 for t the tourists. and untold bent- Indiana means also thai I property. Every insurance policy 1- during! the recent few years. It will
rural 1 there will be scinip developments, ..I.l ln now carries a clause reading like also assist the
tih to the town" and cities and provide a fund, to
-.j. di-tricjs along the entire route :May tidy partially planned, that will BING WENT BULLET VOTERS APPROVE I this: band concerts and assist the Chamber -
t I hear from you favorably. and add wealth and, betteunent to tin IIF Electric Light PermitPrivi of Commerce-as well as to aid !
gnjikly '," countyalthough several of tin' lejre is hereby granted to useelectricity civic societies. The several thousand

_ __ (plans. will necessitate, some year* of FROM NEGRO'S GUN THE NEW DISTRICT on the premises herein dollars. which will be accumulatedwill
NOTABLE CONVOCATIONOF work to bring t lie in about. I mentioned provided the electrical place a ban upon the professional v
ROYAL ARCH MASONSKissimmee The propcries.... itemized in thif. equipment is in full compliance charity-seeker who so frequently "'
transaction include the Lake !\tarian1'I.h with the requirements of makes his assault private pur- ;
( No. 10, Royal of seven thousand Rerl'10.. I tlic National Electric Code.It sen and because of this feature it ,
) Arch :Masons 'hllf-to.r.\ ; most interesting sated on what I it known as the "Kissimmee will be noted that special stress will be worth more than it will coat :
convocation last. Monday evening Prairie" almost due south of is placed upon the fad that all wir each individual tax-payer. All cases
and Deputy Had Close Call Without Doubt The Tax-Payers Will
t j Kissimmee the tract of five thouuvet ingmust he done by an expert electrician 1
when, in addition, to the ; of indigent, whether real or camouflaged -
4 member theie, were visitor. from : one hundred acres at Campbell When Endeavoring to Make Arrest Splendidly Support The Proposition --one who can pass the examination will then be referred, if it be I
Saint Cloud and Loughmah, and Kev. station near where the great development of Threatening Negro For AidA in -all branches of the workif I the choice of the one to whom application ;
A. ,I. Hull. <.f Arcadia Chapter wan of the Cfutdler Lumber Com- a policy in to issue which will is made, to the proper committee !'
present to take part in the work. "'III\, is in progress; ; the O'Ber..yfarm Jim Wright, a belligerent negro I special meeting of the county be valid. The local agents of the ; and that committee will be
Uiirimj' the evening nineteen ref of eight hundred and sixty ac who had a bad grouch Friday was school board was held at the courthouse various companies represented in slow in frittering away funds for .
I . ceived the depreS: of Most Excellent resi; the property known as the "Pe- brought; into Kissimmee that after- on Saturday for the purpose Kissimmee are a unit in urging that 'which it must give an accounting to .
Master, and the entire meeting was can Grove;" the "Bass Place," on noon and lodged in jail. There was of considering the petition signed by this ordinance hall be brought: about : the people. "j
r one 'fraught with edification, instruct! :Main street; and the Broadway prop' no chance for him to make a good more than .one-fourth the qualified probably for selfish reasons, it is The action of the Chamber of Com,1.
Htlon, and pleasure.KISSIMMEE erty in KiHsimmee! extending from bond-for the charge under which he electors who pay tax within the territory trues yet not.wholly for that one merce in endorsing the plan appears **
, I the ..postofficc to the Mach propertya was jailed was assault with intent to that there shall be created a purpose but that the owner of the to meet with favor among; business .'
.t - portion of which has been used special[ tax school district-which: property might not be refused a pol! 'men and private citizens.STRAWBERRIES .
HOUSE I as a croquet and quoit( ground and kill.Word was received on Friday that will include Kissimmee. The petition icy and that the selfsame owner s
the temainder occupied by a residence n negro J was in the vicinity of II was examined and checked] and l foundto might be able to( collect' any loss ac
of consirleiable value The' Hunch's still near Southport who contain a sufficient number of !I..- cruing.Kissimmee. PAY
magnitude, of these holdings. will boI had been threatening! to kill off a gal signatures, and the board! decided should enact an ordinance "
PROVIDES PATRONS the I 'better realized, by those familiar few member*. of his. I'a"r. and the request : Ihat an election hlould he called() lelative to this matter. The
with the several bodies of acreage was made that the sheriff look a' prayed for in the petition. The r.idinance. should cover the entire
, I the total amount of which runs lien ufttr the mattes Shot iff Farmer, legal! announcement will )lie found in city and ..h ul11akp\ it compulsory WINNER DIVIDENDS
FREE GRAPEFRUIT 'I. n l.'i.OOO:: () and, 14.001) acre end I Deputy-slier, (ff Hronson nt once the proper column.As that before erecting a building of ,
i II t is the intention of Mi Wild trimmediately *et 1 out for the lora1Ityand they has been pre\ lously stated in any sort, or making ,repairs costingmore .j..j
.. cut ii|> a portion of the found conditions as stated.: The Gazette the need of such fol ma- than some stipulated amount IF HANDLED RIGHT
Manhattan Hotel The Pioneer' in Serving Pinpeitv at Campbell into smaller : When cornered Wright stepped be.i11nlllw t inn is direfully apparent i f I the ir permit should be taken out by ,
Free of Charge to for sale to those who desireto of drew either, the own.or/ the contractor, -
Grapefruit 'I1 acts I corner" a shed and 'schools ate to he bettered HS is the
III Patron make a home and improve the' :: sight on Sheiiff \Farmer with his desire, or even kept al the present! stating' approximately, the cost of County Farm Demonstrator Leo H. J
i properties; and there, will he a campaign I Winchester. Hronson yelled to Farmer I standard. If parents who are 1 patrons the work. I In this manner can a Uibulation Wilson An Enthusiast Retarding ,

Tl.ic! movement which, has been on of publicity to induce those and immediately Wright shifted of the schools within the terr'ittnj l h. made for reference the in The Culture of The Strawberry
t' font (10 -exrral years tn iticA-asc th" rnxious to locate, in a most advantageous his sight to Hronsoii and pulled the I, designated in I the pet, ition-n.rc compiling statistics regarding: - :
demand fotr grapefruit in the north, climate to come to Kissimmec I trigger. Then the Sheriff took a 1111 favor of having the schools, main* progress of the city. The permit Strawberries in; ; cash crop: Straw- ("

bv cultivating, It taste for the delicious 1 and in"pet't.Itnd 1 purchase. Other shot at Wright Then the deputy" [ tamed at the highest! point there should state the names of the contracUu of- K-fries can, and are, successfully ..
pioiluct\ :among t those who, plans of !Mr Wild, will include\ the took a shot at Wright. All three I must be the proper I steps taken to > in the several grades. or frown here in our county. Just a ;J
spend] a potion of the year in Florida >ie. < lion of a fine business block on I bullets went wild; l put then and! there I provide the needed funds, and by work; should many' the. name the luestion of increasing the acreage!!, '
is ,receiving; new impetus. Various I.the corner of Broadway and Posseil,,, Ihe sheriff<: managed to get the drop foi ming this new hptvial 'district. Is Tames of the parties installing before Osceola county will be receiv- .
it obligatory -
r.iganir.atiorts(' been urging thai I wl'ich will carry rooms for mercantile on the negro, and took him in ('hlll'jCt'I.u"t I the only method I.v l which the mutteran wiring, and should make shouldbe ng; thousands of dollars each year t'
hotels abolish. the extreme cost At t establishment on the lowerflour ; as the deputy was he financed. Consequently. it lie- I that all electrical! work with.1 the 'or her berry crop. Growers say
vOiiih t this fruit has been 'WI Vl'.d- ', with offices unit apartments on get one move shet-which he insisted hooves the citizens of Kissimmue and) done in strict accordance: now that the only reason for not 1
but those imtitutiotlS; have held back. the I upper floors. It is the understanding would not be ami,.,.. the residents of the entire defined I National Electric:! Code. With an or- crowing; ; more berries is the marketng -
The Manhattan in Kissimrnee, has that all of the holdings will. With these three gun discharges in di..lri10 vro to the polls on the advertised llmunce of I this nature, rigidly benefit enforced to :: question. That is, they grow the ..,.
Inns recently come into the possession I !he imnrovc-d--those nearer the cityto "rapid .succession it commenced 1 to date and ('11"1" favonihli.1 I there would a of allenlllnl.'lt'm..nt. terries; there is no market for them;
of ;Mr. H ndI": "r" .1 l 1) N,..."hv. who he the (first to icceive attention.In sound to those nearby as if there vote for the proje t. This' is i the the ownc- and an.. avoidance of loss 10 why grow berries? Ixjt's see if we
are now catering to n high-class this transfer W II. Davis retains was to be a greater need; for (caskets only way III which' the end desiredcan legal .: in case (an't increase the acreage this fall.
his !borne on th- Orlando Road, than for courts but there was not ; reached. by fiie. 1
patronage. unit building up a husi- ; be I Kisummee tookttuch Where the growers have been plantng ,
ness' in n modest way. When! thesl intending\ : to spend a portion ofI even it wound in any of 'the men in ---- - -- -. It is time that wJth an acre plant an acre again to i
} plan of furnishing grapefruit free of : I Lis time here; and he Grains u hichlyimp'ove'1 ] the affair. Information.. filed on Rodney Dann and Hilly llanford, a .It'p--Io I* in keeping Terries and influence your neighbor
whil'hhave J;
charge was ruiggestod! to this man farm near Vincennos Indiana Saturday by !Milton, Pledger countyprosecutor of Miami are in Kissimmee.' upon other cities and other towns theism' to plant half an acre as a starter -'
pgcment thenwus no hesitation in of 157.r l acres.. Mr. Davis; is al- against Jim Wright uponseveral business and pleasure l lent, and are enacted an ordinance along mtil it will soon warrant the grow- ,t
I accepting the idea.. Throughout the -o owner of a 280-acre tract at Lake I charges.-the most important guests of the aunt of the foimer.Mrs. lines It i is a straight rs to have the buyers come in and ;$
*'ii ,il'f\n! These facts will justify with ; :SteffinX ; -. proposition --and tan work hprdshipsupon .I
i intent kill i
long I the fruit shall l b e I being to I George : the and the installing ofi
season! as a4 ._ . _ _ __ _ and imperfectwork : buy crop,
-- ----------------- prevent
obtainable each breakfast will be I hilts in claiming a Floridu citirunshipiComplete no one; small packinghouse where the berries -
furnished with a portion of a grapefruit ; I ( details. as! to the contemplated I-: o'. >*vM"; M-'r90* '4 >4SORROWS rfifi rF t,48btrc:_< fw'ObM}h' ;:.:c Y }v:h'. and impositions. The upon ordinance the owner can be Icedplaced: in containers 11
.. -and there will be no additional plans] cf Mr. Wild have not of the property. fen to be and shipped. Let's make an effort ;
charge made for the service: and vet been made public; but sufficienthas -I Ii should, emboilv a license such liLenses 1 to: increase the acreage of strawber- :
ii firms -
... this will be featured in the menus of I that 1 b optimism< en hinted is to one justify of the the factors belief MAKE SWEETS ,paid by to all I IMgranted electrical only -after fullussuiances ; ics. I If you have desirable land it I
time ont
the house. will be worth tolgure
that the yoar r.
confidently believed this is in. his make up and that Kissimmee have been given; well. Water i is limiting ,
(as : flowing a
fit' first. hotel in i the state taking upthis and Osceola county will be large; i BETTER APPRECIATED : applicant j is qualified to possess such Factor in trucking. In dry weather, i
gainers by this deal that has just
whol -hcarted
in that moisture as
question a regulate
will be you may
manner-and the action should J beaccredited I been completed' ((1r. Wild is a careful I I - --000 -- to the doubt ateention the matter of the coun'I you see At. Something to think ;
and the brought
business bought
as a most loyal proceeding. man I I about. {;
properties and made J ie settlement Iv I wrought; to the attention of the coonblest :
Remember as the days warm how once grumbled at the that favorable action be taken. 'f ;
.... _ only after careful examination and II grow you I ERECTING NEW BUNGALOW .
Commencing the first Saturday afternoon after laying out a program by which weather
him II. :N.: Bratton and Uiughtcr, Miss NEAR ROSE HILL CEMETERYC.
in May: the mechanical forceof ample returns would( come to I I
The Valley Gazette; \\ not !h. on for, the heavy initial outlay. I And grouched because the mercury would sometimes stand al j : Nina Bj-atton left, on Wednesday by'cal' --- "t
the job-in other words the half The transaction was l'arri..dout for Jacksonville to bring home N. Baker, who recently pur-
holiday each week which the majority through; the H. O. SieveRealty sixtytwo: ? Mrs.: lirattnn who has been visitingher ; ::hasP v of business places will take on Company of Kissimmee, and the I eon in that city. vicinity of Rose Hill cemetery has \
Thursdays during the summer will head of the firm declares that he Complaining cannot work a change; take warm and chilly hours I ._ -- commenced the erection of a five- ;

be balanced bv the half-day of leis I was'! occupied one year-lacking: five Mr. and Mrs Ralph J. Kishpaughand room bungalow on the .premises, and "g
ure on Saturday!' in The Gazette; of days-in imt.iatinlcarryinlt' on, and together II :Mr. and ?Mrs. Gus Jordhan, the will occupy the name when comoleted. .y
fice. This is made the more nccesS I .completing this sale and transfer. I And you will find as days swift pass the .best will ever come :- former of Lake Worth, and the latter The contract for the buildingwas f Ij
; ry by the fact that Thursday is the Thousands of miles have been trav of Palm Beach, were visitors in awarded to WoodYard & John- ,

busiest <|lay in the pressroom. This I idled he says, in the aggregate, : to you. I Kissimmee yesterday, enroute to son, of Kissimmee. ,: 1
notice is given to avoid any embarrassment in bringing about this change of ownership their homes on the east coast. Mr. "
that might arise from those which in reckoned the largest [ "Thorn.' t Jordhan. is one of the commissioners The largest barn in the world, C ''t

..aea rinll to secure special work on I of the kind ever having: taken place of Palm Beach county, and the proprietor housing 1000 head of cattle .*.
Saturday afternoon. I ir Osceola county. .. Ooot.O Ot.O.OOOO.OOO..OCCDOOO.OO.O OOcootOOO.OO.. I of a portion of "The Ocean." shown at the Minnesota state laIr.. r



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.,, 'VISITORS GIVE PRAISE ''MIDWAY OCEAN T-O GULF--- that the labors will :
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which will ..occupy
{ One of the. winter visitors' to KI :. '- MEETING. AT LAKELAND of the chamber "

", ,. / ttinunee,1/ Mr. W. II. C Curtis'of 1"Itorp .lk: portant Mnil: i 11'10' ." ; "J
,t.Il t | Wisconsin, jvrote' to'' her home. The mass 'meeting held in Murtu I present time every /
\\m:mPiirli' yesterday eveningWIIB calledI' .
the'Independent a most in thus
jjiiier| ; lip everted{ |;
to--order b''A..1. Holworthy, necretary Never Dreamed Medicine Do
Could .
preclated.'loiterwhich that. !
l| pupe'puldiHliM are heingdaily ix ;
"" 'C in full. The conimunicii, of the Lakeland Chamber o(f j Anyone''As '
Much .
If, : 11.. Commerce, who welcomed the visiting Good A t Taalac oitieH. that the ;
road bonsterH and introduced i Has Her, She Say
: : through the eyes cf one wlioll;: IJrummar !secretnry; ;\ ,ti'1
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? t r Howard; Krause, the"president of the ,
unlirfluc'iu'ed by motive $aVe tha I to Gulf! Jli !
any an
oranges : new highway association. ;M r. | 1 wasn't sick oxactly-.-juwt rundown ,01'1 I 1
oil candor that of it herJh ; I
portion e bu bucket]
I Haiti :, and needed] on! all! rourd Building Jiy
J 1: ,is: drink J: reprint: friends: ufo t ":\1 r. II 0!wt1 hy'" remarks that we" up, and that ,IK. .-..:'curlwhat! 'this. t'O-operntlon Is 1
"Many asking IIH ? '' .
cumjf!' here to build the crosn-ptatf 'I"unl ac did for me, nid Mioa: EiiithUnderwood i
write thin
concerning part 0,, (und is true The croKH-ntute; rond Is i iK I who- lit,h al 108 Oak I II
Kloridtt :l11IWI' not l luiv'e littitnik ,
our" Wont MIXED IN :
; ORANGE through the eoliiiiuis of Ihi one !of the main arteries of the stati .tiwf. Tiimpu. I
and "Several month P loi t i _,? I
completed will lie n-spon ago > my ap-
? \V. have in ,,
north31mnrr" |put ::
'' pctiland licsriin to'onweipht.. I A jcubscriln'r (', '
sihl for ;
{ ,,, if i enter development of ul' ; t :
most deliirlitful, winter ill fact w
V 'u'I. 'I' I Horidu.W, i-re not heir (I' va hervous" and ut nieMx i It!>' very i The GnzptUyest i
il wiiiler Iv fitl' I
d f'' mil Know jt rf. >I' 1
of his
ell land or boost real estate, and little! sleep I IVIIO' f A'cllI'rallout predicament :
cRusH of Minslnnr .mil lull( I
warm toys this sorts, and had such lireii,; ilrstiaty I "I met a 1
f.'aniy.iition: has no paid' offi u
)hrre/.es. tfli( alluiiii that ,,
n are )' \fl.earlily \vi--h all nuIftii 1.\'ull\ I
"The mil of I this oriranization i ij i- l.urden to me I hud awful lieadiiches. 1 rietl that widow. "
visit KiminiiHH i e, l loeated l 17.; idile"i i :" poor I
First came Ward'sOrangeCrush. !' .ln; nti\'ille'' on the. hank, In ,its' '\t tin- at 1 tent inn !cf the peopleI / too, tr-ey felt uvlaround like an iron J met nur I made o : I r
l eautifuliodv I lo this pi'M'd I and to cremate <*nthus I l-iiivi: 'was Irawn" my head 1"1'. That niv :
Later of Lake TohopeHalijra a > and' 1 was -inif it in. I shudder in-law of flllll( .
of wilier two to live miles \vid<, i It."11'. and 1 lo ask tor" th" general" support p etch my I
came Lemon-Crush and and luelvi' miles loiir. This lak, of the! n<:\\'...p"p"1", ,, th1I 110""'wl11 I thirl I of thprr. I daughter my ..
pic of this! section really 'become "I am sure" I got Tanlao just in Then my )
tifordsinr/ / (Ii ishniff, h""lin11'1'I l pe I
,, Lime-Crush. All three KixHimmee i i1, inteiested 111 the ,'ulI,1' mlll'kllu\\ ut h"olll1gill season.
ere carbonated drinks of "also on the great I li\'ie Highway: i its i imnnll In,IK tthere I 'is not 1 a doubt spell--possibl! } a general hreakdown- That boy was. cf (
ulioiil ,its early) completion.. It certainly wan' a !big surprise to I I because KVHI' : ;
line 'hard-surfaet-d' "road fi'oiii ,.latksunvilje !
1 supreme quality and "This, movement, i is gathering fore'1everv ,Ism the I way this menicine; took hold<<; but he was only the :
I!' to 'I ii in/pa. This Inwn/ ha!( I
'of mi* and liuilt ,,, step-daujrht and ;
deliciousness. day./: Succssful ma.HH facet me up. My appetiteIN \
fruity i i. .
c r aliout\ H.JIltl population northern! aiyl' Kr w 1I11- s Irive h.'X-ti ,held in :MellioiirnV splendid now, and [ have rained( i trrandnon. That .... ( I 1

Enjoy one today.In illg-eominir'I larger 1 as I'li.vinjr hon. 'people.'. Tln-ri arc, Sand, C I'loud and 1 Kissiininee." all of ("'II) pound in weight. I Bleep wound father of my .. -' '-
bottles l Nun here from Ohio :| which. were veiy i uthusw14foully attended /- every nitfhl land uake up every I wife had a' son :\ I
or at fouruahrsBottled lire people
I morning' liriirht and! t'h''rfuIt\ was the sU-fi-Kistor of In :
t mat 1"1 each) "lllci'liiur the hear
I shout 10(1( from 1IIId') n". 'I 1 he" hrouislreils | .
by are lined' ..IhI"'U" pain I,, li ciiilorsemeiil, of the ('hallll..." ur just t the right medicine for n-e, (rave grandmother: "'. ': i 4
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< 'oii'mcrceviis givi-n t this rcaA nit strength and eri-rjyy which I | son's child. M> At j (
I trees wide) list oaU and pro
; eggs'T
COCA-COLA BOTTLING spreading prided so much. It benefited! me in i er-in-law, of .: 1 !
mal 'inlms. I o) .I .are T hl"ojn '< t. I'he Midway (Ocean' to iulf( : I m.v "
WORKS all winter, there lire rn-- and all ii iglnta:1ss..tltdiun 1 ,is only nboniIvvn -vcrway ; I eOIl!>:- 1 have ,,!>led stip-sikter. i is 'my \ : I
I I'WI kinds of vepetaliltgalore. M I e.'Us old but since, its oriraniut fiii more; in fact. I never dreamed amedicine I I rother of 111o'\ n / ,
Phone 168 II )KunstllUf.nice e.arxM re on lln- 'ion ..1 Mcllinul: (' it has hyitlga.etlg ; could .io) nmuc>' grad. in the 1'1'01.1| i n1'Ins' ., I Imi '; ;
; ,ich a "hurt time inv,,, moth." ',, !
I market the liiM uf MHICI.!, lireenInfiit ; ; ) daily ani) now uunbcrs ,sea1 \
i ' "I"i',,01.1. in it i membership! andvvc "-I-a lilac ffrtainlt wiftis her own .. : I 1
ami, >t tl'II\I."i.) ; < n' tine .. 1 1i".er 1t ? '
( Inngcida havw with, us tonight (Ism' <*,ditor" (p irenie above any dlll'r( lI"dd",< >..U-// "- flue. father's """ph. 1 I I .
a\v tinges, gl'lIpdlUd. -
,, iv IT" tiied.i.NOTES\ own srraiid-fjithei, .. .
.ind in fad. an! 'kind'I'ltrnx o ,.1 f nir s r.. ii'tarieH of ( 'ho: 1111"" oL : i I .
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tell can ficure il
frnil"l in ",',,,1 aliiindiini'e.. "I'enpie ( omnu-ri' ivv IUT ;ait- iriv-ini'1 I ,heir; best
are' kind hovpitalde anil,. eeiii'i'-, i .1I."tI"l i"'ol: thi movementM" ( : I / .
)l auSihaul: and hurcli" priviletr" I s.tic : Ivrause" then ml' t odiiced' Sinn' FROM ST. CLOUD :
lhanil.m He Is looking >
III -I) .Ia'-. and t hiflimnte Inn si-n-tirv uf ihi II"ul'L/ '
'ORANGE' ( ,,litnn, ale Ideal I end 1"'lIlIhfll'' WiI I.Ou "I.., ,.I.dt In pall' : ___ I I1 ,

I Iii d". i-ver, lira .f ;1' i e. ul' fVi, ."\P-u/hu I : e I" 111'tltute .. "nwv Mi, all" :1111. l-ci shai.ib-iv: !h.iV: ( ,tI11uind Again ,, ,
cRUs n 1 loi what we all the <-::0'1( -eoa' '
d heri' tad many; penpli. i "111' Tn) f",11I i 41 ", 's visit' t ;Mtiiiii ; ,
tl..M). "] htaltli: Zulu -.'PIII t I". l 10.> ureatljlienefiti'd : i oinl. The most feasihle, tangilile ) I cud, West Palm 'ieachMi'ss "1'/Ihl year1of / i i t .
/ Wali-r i i1puri' and| ,.ft n* 'praitnal i nls. state. Millie 1 that ha Kll.-t: :M.AlliTiai.l, : KJ.i'f.: -njiile; reduieil mi t ; rI .
lam water. Crops >.'rii" niet-ly' \I.,r 'hr/u' sugrlstca/ / .a undlrlakcuII Kpplc.; and I Ira were viMtingtriend kill-ton. :M\ -kiti. \\ ai .

Florida i> 'uiel\, ;a ( iiiuntr) fm",. ,tin -I :lit 'iu.iv|: i 1 the n-ad (I.a': -, at the wC-t end Sundtiv, e\ a- > ello.n "" T.'t 1 : I, ;
s will ji.ilD.-il. S.fin, I and : i filled 1 ; I
hippy fnn { r Mi''oi.i.' "in- with' .a i.d' ,,)' hi,'liwa.vihrouuh ; Mrs. t ; Cnniusui; ',-f1. on, \I.n.i.\: .eicii I iain, jn \ \ ( I I I,
: :; I.i.n-in.l! 1"111I11"- and lor a week's: visit/ -vith; 1'11'1111- ,in iiiu'd! not thnk: and ( |
Sam! < \loud iiniliM I the' M main i. bilinii, to tin : ) f ' | I

pose Louis. 1'i'rv ha- "jiu'i'l, .isi-<. the need) 1 t 1111 did 'not . : '
"Polk" ioiint\ "a. hccn extrenielvfoi n. iir.iiow loiated "i'i iro':1': i ;-u .-r.ueiond I ii>u-i" ndiist-il. :\ i '
liinnie in the icspcit, that ihe in-; r'IItht \It: med> \hich -" i .
let lour Taste Decide ':zi."I' II. i landalues. laud bee'. < s; :\ uf' --I".d.n, T he I IJ"ltnn. the gt-.ur 1 hll\. : i : i 1 .

,:1 sui. h a tune as t. ,make n \ itdILi.- winter' I beie. 'left on r'I('rdn .' .,. Ills pounds, eat liken,, ,,, ,, ,| l i i
the \.ilualion' of the ( ount.v for tlu. Innne'" :il :Newport'e; i-uii'' : I i uikmi! 'em lilt, :ii",( I ; ,

In this ,i--nain" e -uf Imiiils, to 'institute' one 0I. ilI / 111amid/ \Ir 1.. Sl--air.s |ofi, <,nI'ucsd.iv simple, harmless ,I11111 :
way you may I I.: mo-t ci.mplfl". count' "J stems for their 3.1 "1)1' h..z- l IMTheodore I .-iniovethe, :11 a or ; '|' I !I
the claim for loudto, ( I..- loiind ill the state. 1id"IE" :Ma- intestipal, tiuct I I I :
verify of land \alues. I is helped, Ham waa Kis-imnu-v' rliinmation! ; wliii I h, ,'. )
mole l 1.\ the htiII-! !! ..f -ood roadIhan visitor" on Tuesduv 1 'ail "stomncii,, )liver : !

r anothei developmenl' Ih.-it can Mis. Hodge, has jicfi'ba.set! 1 t'jeCorlnioperty mi-ill-u including I
uolol"'lal.l'lI. dowill! I nm :'ive o, 1 I ; Y
Kentiic'' I I.sccnth
on ? avenue in 'I
POST TOASTIES I 1'111' length of t the 1"I I load fromI slleet.Mr. i 'I'd J. / l.t: ",-Irun. 1 l \ I ,

I iKelainl) lu Melhiiuliie ,is 1111>1 inie! 1 and :\10'''. R I lli.:) >di vv II ,,I'very where. i ,
I hfiviiM, / the nrescnt loute tn Me! ''eave on Tuesday fo' their Vermont n I :
houKncii :22k: miles, or moic 1 h/llli, ( "."t1",. j t.t.I' A liquid-lnrmnlg' | :
: t'jet the., d' tance covered hy the :Mr., a"dITI': C. !I' Kitierson de j|, ,I'aInxn' coinpoupili'd I I'

to SUPERIORITY ,. :\ \\ .(\ I Oci ;iii-to-Gulf) road wu Ill c ( muted ui'iuesday 1 fo their, home at i insi" nter! lu pic-hervti' ) .
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/I'ovti11g. 'flier( has )>een expl-nd. d j Hcii'-hain.' Vermont after having |I.

among corn flakes i n the i-oud from' Lakeland} earl t a '111'11'' .1 tti ) pleaea'lu, K'd"n 1
: sum of aliout sfhOU.OHO.:' Tl-e sills. .11.01V, I'orgusoiof the I'ot.West ,

Itt'(',..ur to lonipleto'\ the gap un- I'aim, Reach A us u roller\' on I EAGLE"MlKADO"-PencilNo.174 r' I
:These: substantial flakes are I lavcd oxtiniutcd i al uliout :O; ()1,00(1.( 'Tue--ila upon/ his brothel/ Josh II. ;
"The road in Ilievard: and, O). a I I Ferguson.! He wii'enroute from I
made of selected white corn, ski1l I I alone 1 has hadI sum of Tii'iipa' I.. 'li homi- I'dwa1atvom; i

l ; .>;>..".>.UOO upended on iniproveiiicnl. iimied (by .1. B. O'Hbra. : and ;NI(1'>. '
fully cooked,rolled and toasted to a, Of this -ttutv and) fc-jL-ral aid ;Mason W. Rice, nit.) of West Palm j .
delicious crispness. Their substantial I ed to only ifUO.OOO( or fl%! (':1l11oullt'l| Beach." For Sal tt| your D...Ur Mad. I. five (rmdtMASK . .

l the cost. -I Ii ) The "Five Hundred Club" gave a : FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND/ .
texture prevents crumbling in the !i! "Th- efitimaU'il I I Iravclover This. I picnic) on Tuesday at the }JcBethrartch EACLE MIKADO '''j.
'otita exceed; i BO.OOO) nnnuall)'. ] this '
east of city About twen
package and they dorit mush down .' I I is hlllon\ counts made at various i J :tytwowere present to enjoy the- last EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY NEW YORK ;t

..- seasons of the. :Near! of cars that pass! J' meeting! / of the ften?(,n. The well-i
a when cream or milk is added. over this. road) now. When tile gap'completed !luilcii tables were plt ed bYncath the'hc ., .
I -. rather is harder .
or 'I'S ;a'lf"Ihin\ !! '\J': iniss'"v 'rfini
.f laced, it in conservatively estimated, | ,
Itic 111""-"". Mrs .In- ".somnl 11rLnlinnl. i
1 ServeEconomical : Shut a half million people will u.eihi : ..) vvie, tlu 'a''tet risers ,
Ready to r # > route, annually.fler ." i'III Tuesday' event.4 v :., ,-eebratJ ,
r lfm \ Mr: nrainmar: had oinpleied I,-, the 1 h.Ythdiiy: :I'' ::' >v iri'f: BIRDS ROOFS
a ,1-1 iit-ift- recital of Ihe facts i on- 111d it f I \'rpl'l"I' ami .KrnislIluppe
it "ucti'il. uilh the load W. I I. 'I'h.w'y'.1 .it I UKlion1.'t- ' of The Kissiininee Valley (d'a-; '
;.. , w:. etii.ved| and t'vwant refresliincuts .
"t :. /.ilU'. was introduced. allli. ndor.sedllie ' served ?'' ART-CRAFT SHINGLE DESIGN
vv 'ic ''nh' p-est
ytsT- 'n'I i .
Made ,
by I'; :: I .
,Onlt l .
'" \\11'1' thai has help \\ 1"1" r lilli'1' ; ," .rrt'st It ( .
Postum Cereal Company? Inc. fi and,' ;iirped"the iM-oph- of la kland to !Mr 811.1IIs. S. l I. IJ.I'II""I.1": -.'f""I i |
et liehind the "inoveinent Molidl)'. \1"" .1 ( I Vtcelaiu!. tillKeehl: and
Creek t--
i Michigan.Winchester. : .._. :J' Sliii; >)"-y l.ichtj editor, of I the .Melbnurne .laiighli-r.! .--. l II"I"1'1', <' vnri: I t 1
d ""'--- '....; I Tinn"... anil (l'. I'! .lo'inxon.' cditfu Hid, ,, Louis lli.ppe. .i.'i'j Mr Mi-hor1 ) _
'''-'-.- II II '::" if the Suint (Cliin') Trilniiien I V-I"| -i (u Ihin.Mr. -I

Li ....I., mile IIIh"I IIK leniailvs" : .runniliLT :1111"I rs. I It: ,i'm navii.M.hased I 1 I Ai .

-.-- -.- -- ---- -. > thevi,tI.I under, \\ aand ad , Ih,- HIM-, ) i"t! ;>t.pertt,
"lei I ,I- ., thai l.iiUelaml' do
requc'-t' n Wi-con- av ni- 111" \I'"ii: vnl *i I
her" ,hll' of I the hooitintr Mr. I !ich1v , tii'el.Miss. i

WfNCHSrA > lepo.ted having ,made the trip.. I'dnuie'i" ( .0iu.w, nftei luivng I \
Troin :MelliouriK' to Lakeland' over Ih"j| passed u most, p't-a 'it' ,1 I-II" t ..
new ionic Ill four, hllul'llId fifteen 1 heatlies left' fi- i- hr.m1 m 11-1'

,Ml i tit Ill's 101' th. I I1 ( I 1 1fr
t The meetinu wan closed hy a sh ft talk hy :\.,'. IfnKMirthy after" a.-Kinr.: /( r. lla/cl ("lir! left! "' v" .t i r
for and. sicnrinir Hn' heart' ,,ndnie' 'rilaff, : I'lei.. ILUIIin; Art'c.; 'dr., .'
"mem ..f' fl.,- l.nk..IIIISl citr/.i-tix, .,,1 I tin I: Lllan-i.) 1 and i-Npetl I". 'tt'irn eu l'- i

imetinif.T IKfall
tJ' ) Kissiininee hand was pail t olthe Mis I llawoi'ii. in.lfl', > I u'I\ h, i ,
\1 road hoostiiiu. : uggrc/( !atitiii and I Date I been s.ending| I"I "he"--.1 -

i n"I..I'1, ,'d I the ,people 'in iitlernlanii, with' tln-i." father: ( ;i.V.. IVnn, left .
lit the meeting with amid, s..1|oiI ,- ,11 for their, ;home m frs

l 1 -- aF. I toll.. Lakeland Star.Now Moines: 'low;.. Tl.1,.\ ale highly! dc A Handsome Roof at Little Cost

ighle.l; with this city mud! are plnn-
I N Hour Complexion?
I linir lo return. culj next season
A woman' should grow mule Luau There ,is a sentirn-n'( here that nil:
.: <. I tiful as .she (flows older and she will' ,. ,palm111,1115 deposited;; in" bank: \ CHAFT is the wonderfullypopular ;
.': :. with due regard to liuthK, diet amiexeri'ise I'onld.. lie guarantwil a* the rate: of
-.J ;: '' and! liy keeping! her" I li\tr nc hundred I tents to the! d"lur.! If *' roll roofing that comes '
and howels in Rood working orderIf .
''h.-,e had l len mote such guaranteehe "
you are hitfTKord and yellow your '' roid: f'om here to Melbourne! in shingle design natural slateredand

11401luing their lustre. and.\ white ''oulil have now l 1"ifii cfiinp'ete.' ''inilI ,
a Knives l>eeoniiij, ,-lIo rish, yifur flesh Huh . slato-green.\
: I Ihy. I) fM-oi>.le n >averse to an> marl : .
il may I IHdue lu indigestion otto I ax methods procedure.. Iii.Can''
For a ..luJ.j! liver." t'hainherlain'-) rthe
Everything .
Cloud nut
tlf S.imt seeking'
any;< At little cost Art-Craft adds beauty to residence.
correct these disoiders
Tablets,i I I: fun's' of !the rit> : it pii-f"-- not
... does Winchester ,! - - I I.i have them ; hut that tnstit) -.linn:; Lunivilow.: coltdue.\: garac, or barn. It won't
a woman prefer a Odd Fellow Hi.toryThe
WILY luis been. I'oKi-d' 1 to nci'cpt some of '
catch fire from fa'lin; park!. Costs much !less 4
Knife for even such easy cutting t I hr'st I .ant henur refeience tntln. the funds .ind. is now preparing.:: "

,rte. as trimming a pie? "(,"Id\ of Odd I-'ellows was in i KnK.nd : 'ssu'- .1. :gu.Maiitee, \ for rse.y. dollar ._ than a wooden or tsplult.shingle roof .. M.
hal 1[ is 01"/1.1.1. | wit1, it. Tnis V! "
!:-. in I ITHd.! when (;,'orK" IV ofKfifi4Aiiiil.
-.1 t Simply because Winchester Knives are mad 1 : thcM. I'iincr, ol Wales, u a 1 tK'iixr insisted, ." upon---and '1 l' th<- If desired can be'laid right over old wooden

p well, out of such good steel that she unconsciously niti.-led, I'hi (l'n' 1t t )lodjre, of (OMl I I J i hit form upon| which some, of the
+ __ Mellow estahlislieil,, inn, Ainetu.i \\ nShakespca .vim. t i- in :the recent election, made! \::
forms the habit of using them for '' i :Nn.; I of'e! \\ 1'.i'1t ;:i \ictoiv A tanking institution V

r t I everything. y, i'ti, lecenilx I r 'Jii! ;. Ihllii;, when which will go to xiich an extent ashis i\ II you want an extra good-looking roof at as
,, I five; mill' who had 1 hecn inemln'i-. ", ,, 1 I im'ieates' its- loyalty to the city .
f Come in this week and "sec the spcx-ial display the Loyal. lr.deuliiK'iit| Order (I'onm'd Far more than to the profit derived little cost as it is site( to pay you wont, go wrong

we are making of Winchester ( 'utlery, the now society. The two leaders" from I the acci ptance of any deposit. in buying Art-Craft. ,
1 The point of greatest mterist' in
"cie' Solomon I'hamlicis, and his, sun 1
x which keeps sharp so loud; -It'iin! ; ( 'lininiici l.utet Thomas \\ il his: city just now- i it the newly-forin- BIRD & SON..... (LiubluhMl 1795)) Lt' w.t....).., M+m.
'ev 'instituted. ) Washington! l.odni'X" i.,1I 1- 'I'd! Chamber, of Commerce, whu-h) is

ji THE OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY tiI I I I. of Italtmioie, on \pril -l'i.!I; 1 >t11! faimi'vr stiymrth' / every day. The For Sale Byv
Wildey 1,1\, lUg' mine to America thescat' I I mi.'iiibers are /pledged first Bid foremost -
.. .. .i, from wlieit I to the wimpli'tioii of the highway
:'r KISSIMMEE FLA. ; 'I' England "
,, I 10,' had "pa"..('" the hairs,'' and .i-.ii between this city and !Melbourne I W. B. Makinson Company'"
i eeojrin/.t-d.: THE 7YINCHESTR STORE - -- .-- -- lie -uh",". vient to this' one object.
I Nw YoiK city KH'ently had the New members are hang idled to the Phone 123 KISSfMAf 308 "

(I"I I-0 I merchant marine exposition ,evi" roster( each .III y. -nd there is a ften- Broadway .
1 B -- held ,in the United' :Stales.: ( "-!'IIII\' expressed optimistic. ; feeling ''I "tfl

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KlHslmmc.. Secure Publicity' tAIUO""er'nlr. The Anxlou/ ' . --- 7
Anyway the entire state' knows f I No, Annie, darling: Mister/ DcWlitt.Of *"
I PHONE 117 now that \it was proposed have a rising fame,' does not manufacture If" .
: You Kno\v,, How To Boost
I i new bank in Kissimmee. self-risingr. flour. Uh-huh *
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PractfcdContractors ,
..' Every Hair Is Numbered Oh. You Ocean*Jtol! ,
> Hush, little pink eart] Saint .Petersburg has a "Seawall
and Buildersof .Don't you cry; Promenade." I presume that it i ia I. DO ITNOW and KEEP IT UP
You'll sure see daylight distant relative of the Sailor's .

Bye-and-by. Hornpipe. _
*. ole *. *. *" *.
Structures of All Kinds -
And .Wdn't Know Had A Dandy Time
Someone asks me to tell them :"B kind to animals week" was a. If ,You Pon't Know. How To Boost
through this column why it is down' great success at my home. Every ,
S WOOD, BRICK, STONE, STEEL on the ridge a certain lake wails. wife I ever had seeyted'to. take delight -' '
STUCCO This is merely answered to rill this In deluging me with egg and I
column. bacon' omelet--until I feel 's if t' .
I *" *. *. I I never shell sing another lay. Yassum. TAKE LESSONS ? dJOIN THE CROWD =-
Painting Tinting
Hear Ills Matter' ViceIn i iI *" ,
'" the city of Luke, Worth on the Good Information. Too '
Everything {ji th" Building Lime I east coast one man comes' boldly out The Titusvilfe Star Advocate says: ,. .
I and asks to be elected "vl -Inayor:' "Today the sun rose at 5:31." Wonder .
of cities In this estate the wag! it a, m.' or m.? If the
In most p. Your Prosperity, our'Prosperity, the Prosperity of
I I folks have btcn trying to.get, rid of editor of the Star Advocate ever saw ", :
322 Royal St. 515 Sproule Are. that sort of stuff the sun rise it was when he wan the entire community..lies in the completion of the
I *. *" wending his way homeward--or else
I Please Rise And Ch 'ntI when Uh-huh.he was ill and couldn't sleep KISSIMMK-SAINT( CLOUD-MELBOURNE[ CROSS-STATE HIGHWAY '
I I: The popular hymnal exercise in the *. # *
The mild cathartic .ction of Her- !' courts of Orange seems to tot just
S. Thin In S-o-m-e I'ap.ry The Magnificent Bridge crossing the Indian river is practically
Trine is well liked by; ladies.' It puri- ]; now the "Galen Ajar. P. -May the com G
p fits the system without griping or j i isickening be changed u bit later to "Return" its columns sworn the statement Stuart :Messenger publishedin pleted. When the draw shall open and close for the first time it will do
the stomach. Price, COc. j, Ye Ransomed Sinner, Home. So
Sold hy Roberson's Pharmacy ** mote it b'e. Amen. Yassum.! is owned by fifty-eight men-nona of so at a cost of more than loo.OOO-for that is what one man the man at '
whom is the editor. If each of the
.-. H - owners will but carry a fair-sized i the; head of INDIALANTIC-BY-THE-S.EA., has spent in order to make that

,, C4.4 OO"e0"0<" ootO t t 44 4-4 advertisement each issue. 1 can sec charming resort the more conveniently} reached. Think of that I 'Then view I
where t there will be some durned he and will be tire of Booster than
dividends. ( proposition-- you more a ever.
good A mhn who couldn'tmake
have the perspicacity to buy

COMPANYWe Sunday Laws, Wallop Profits
The Florida cast coast is !liable' to INTERIOR WITH THE
be forced to discontinue its baseball BEAUTIES AND PLEASURES TO BE FOUND AT
league now that Sunday playing has
he( n barred. It has been only .
through the huge audiences of Sunday -
buy cart in any condition, tear 'em up, and sell toe that the sport has been kept
I alive, as in West Palm Beach Miami I ITS MONEY IN YOUR POCKET tO
part Fort Pierce and all intervening I
t : towns and cities there has' been no TO BOOST THE CROSS-STATE HIGHWAY

You Can Save from 50 to 75 Per Cent. I that ether the sourceof law is being amusement.enforced thereabout Nftw .. .

all there i is loft for Hie. good "

We line on hand part for any make car all washed min'folks."is' to either fish or "go swim- .

and Mail orders attended to. *" *,
tagged. promptly INDIALANTIC SALES
Need A I Hud-Check Law COMPANYSales
There have been repeated 1 efforts/ in I
the Florida; legislature! to enact slaw I
against the giving: of a check
for any reason when there were no Manager: : Kisiimmee Salesmen:
Orlando Auto Wrecking Co. funds, or not sufficient funds, to VERNON D. HAVENS R. P. WHITE
-over. Every effort has proved a
I fi/zle, because it was' encompassed by HENRY O. HART E. C. PETTIBONE
Comer Church and Terry Streets Orlando, Florida so much rigmarole that, no one could l
ever be convicted. If the lawmaker!
actually desired to have a law that WITH H. M. BREAKER REALTY Nf
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+<.{_:-x-x-->-c------< \ >}{.fi+?d""rM >r'rP+: '.-'P P48+M'hti44bfi"'- :-}, would,really prevent such an actionit

;. could be very easily brought about Telephone 230 KISSIMMEE 115 Broadway ; >
lust make n measure and work it
into a law that if any man or woman
t (rives a check and there are insuffi-
cent funds in the institution' to settle
end the maker of the check to jail
for ninety days. There would never
be a repeat of the performance. Ignorance
of the balance in the bank ,
-hi>iild, he no mitigation of the af-
ONE FRUITSPECULATOR I fenrrv-for the depositor! should know
: it..>t how he stands.! And he usually
doe--, ton
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HOW TO 1)0 IT .
Without being! at all personal

-' .. one fop To And out'Solomon b.v no means old.attempting Solomon,
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\' I .kayo/tI'I'I"p.1 n scheme
< fly ""m h, in'an easy way
<,"=:j'il}: ) many for the : A Uncle large, {jam sum could of!monev.really! 'SHVC

j It ]'. 11 fact ,'rv. well \known,
: Th.t: :,it the present t Irate
J'owel's"sood' Aral/ fo' ine, 'nunltIi. pa-i,
'I 1 here, 11"a,1; ainiu'lir.nMng I
' 'l.niriand needlesnlaric'R,
1 1',1',, I lioKinir) after, liquor. .alc-I I I, t'
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I In inin\: and 111"a uudI'euple .
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Th. fewer fh* .>h....Utbntagh .rrtuJSj'JvctiANC.n.V(l ..., have; met death;
_... which..... frut.. tr 'There has In en crime galole;
.d. ihr oo* nro Rail. han''a.d fatAnd
M t.r.wm..r increased in numbers, ;'
: :Mana, case ('011/Iii; rated ,.
Mas failed, to be reported! CYPRESS :

s4 Hut has met a ready sale; .
And I the federal governmentHas .

__ ___ __ ___ ____ __ _______ ___ __ ------1 I5\y wages spent scads for workers of simoleons .

And "workers", is the right word.I '"
I believe mv. suggestion AND j
Would eliminate all trouble
I And close the business! pronto- ,
Turned the Corner Just like that!
JIe II"t the government decree ri
on some certain day
Every individual drop of liquor

e. _She man in the fog thought I There Shall I be-it offered is-in a for! PINECypress .

he was lost but he turned i That is the one perfect plan '
j To stop all future sales. ,,
the there
corner was '
entire stock of liquor 1 .,
his home Would thereby he distributed .
own -- -
And those who could buy
t I Would be so choice of the; i stuTT
Lath and
:Jo many troubled with dis- '' That not even one drop of ,it Cypress Shingles ;
WouH i ever he re-sold.
turbed, nerves and digestion NV man is liable to hell
soft:- That which he feels he ni>edsEspecially Delivered at your door at Wholesale i
: due to e drinking. Help when he reah'zes"Tney -,.

. e has seemed a long way off; And" the doant American make it public no mo';" Prices in Any Quantity. "',;

but they found in Would be of all earth's folks r
The' most sorely sober bunch.
The liberality which once was. Make inquiries and obtain prices
When any man" with a dime ;
: POSTUM CEREAL Could carefully place his right fopt
On the brass railings, of our agents I
I And with elbow gently resting
On the damp polished mahogany
Frequently taRc!: "about the same," i
''v : ac the corner grocery I Would lie about as tare HARDWARE COMPANY
As sweet-scented pondlilliesOn _
I delicious table the sands of Sahara{ ;
a satisfying : And Charity, meek-eyed Charity I- :issEverglade XX1XX1e g'lorzdaLoughman : :
drjnk that makes for Would not only begin at home
I But would camp right: there ,
f health and comfort."There's And never slip over the edgesOf '
I any of the abutting property.If .

Reasoni : Desires the American to easily government economize

a And rid itself of hordesOf Cypress Co. I
CEI EAL particularly; puerile parasitesIt 1
A "' t can adopt iiiy scheme.I'll .
Made bye
i / guarantee it a winner
It's logical in each line-
Postum Cereal Company e .!
Practical in each paragraph- 'I I'
Battle Creek Mich. Convincing in each chapter. Florida:
As they Hay at the tent-meets: ;i
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w fir .r PROBABLY'/ -the idea of obtaining a raise in wages1 the mule-wabon THERE:: appears to Abe a wave :of.peonage floating above1 Iur..bori a I, 'Il
,. ....' -. : Piibli fcea 'Ewy Friday . I drivers. and dairy-worker in Chicago "hafe' issued' ,Ia threat' ,to'"strike" if of..Georgian"and; .where peonage does not suffice ,,the-plan is f,1aln".nd.odinified -

B7 Kbaimaee Valley Gazette Company, KbaiMiee" Florida .Sundaywork shall hot be eliminated. Because of, business ''transacted .n murder, Children are (forced to work tinder, cruel taskmasters. negroes i

W. B.: Harris, President G. sVant Agnew, .Secretary milk deliveries it becomes necessary' that there .hall?")e, no cessation in ti;: I are fogged and otherwise tortured and finally mUIderedandeven'
i, I. W. L. Tkorndyk, Editor I handling of that essential-- especially as milk i ill needed for the susle'nan.- over in Tennessee one 'contracting firm of road-builders'-. been arrestedby \,
t + ,',1 I -- -- ----- ._. ol babies ana small children precisely as much on Sunday as oir any "()'k I f federal l authorities charged with holding seventy-five men ,in peonage. .
-t3ubscripUon .Rates: : .' day 'of the week. Cows must be milked: and rated, 'for'on Sunday -a* j The claim is also,made throughout the country that "the world is fast growing
One 'Copy! One Year.!: .-. -.-.-.-_..-$2.00 better. .
Saturday Mondayand the'worken. .well the .
." One 'Copy, Six Months____.?-,.?-,__--_______'- 1.00One or at as public, recognize I ... _-_. -
that I fact.It -- ---
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---... ------- --- is pot. to be supposed thai the threatened strike will lake place, il !

( h. Doubtless the church congregations would -not be visibly increased becauseof
i 'An (eonmiin'-iitl e3" t" riO'''' out sulhorreedeorrnspoudonts court .
+ .."..ffl by 'Ito writer utilims culled for. their non-working. And there is a sufficient number of ",uLs," as in the : ,
n-,'--' :.::1 -uuU"t--- _will.! _not _be offices. of daily papers, to take the place of those who desire to "take 'a day I

I melon "AHvertinlntt\at/ve | oft" when so inclined; consequently those whore principles are against Sun- :.
Gl .AMERICAN. PRK3.S.- AS3OCIATJOS- I day working can always be relieved. Yet there are some lines of work which ''I f

,". --- --- .- - ---- necessitate Sunday labor and the caring Cor..cows and their products i I'
FRIDAY;; APRIL 22, 1921 one of those. 1
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The lineal made by those Chicago men is merely to secure an increase
t PUBLIC AFFAIRS DEMAND: PROPER PUBLICITYBELIEVING in wages for the short hours which befall them. Their efforts will he aug- i

mented by fanatics who-fancy that the entire United Stales must cease every
I s the people of the state will find economy in.the conduct o. line of business activity at midnight '\)t>n Saturday and the world lie' dead .

county and municipal affairs il a full account of the proceedings of the (for twenty-four hours. There are those who would have passenger trains,

various governing bodies, shall be given full publicity through the medium stock trains, and the mails and the telegraph, the street! cars everything :
\: of reliable journals the Florida Press Association is urging that proper law and everybody remain as if dead for twenty-four hours of each week ; and !

shall be passed by the legislature now in session to thai end. Nearly every this regardless: of the vast losses which would follow and the serious imped'iug i What other phonographdares r

state in the union has such laws but Florida" has stood alool upon the of many lines of business. But the genuine fanatic is like necessity ; he I

one ground economy. \ "knows no law; and will allow his desire for personal satisfaction to annoy 04
Divorce proceedings, bills lo quiet title, mortgage foreclo Ul e., fiiiul and disturb the greal majority. this test ?

proofs to 'government lands, proposed formations of corporations all these The threat of the Chicago people will be watched with keen interest. J '
and many others must be given several publications in order, to m'uie the .
greatest publicity in all states bar none. Yet much more essential! lo all i, ri'ITU.s
JURY I FOR HONESTY: I you ask L some one about the Edison Fone-
the people the lax-payers- the knowledge gained by publication ol the DID

full condition of both counties/ and cities Such publications if they contained ,'"oQunty can rl't higher in the wok of good( government than the rectal given on I ue-ciay eVf'IIIIIl.of'Tn'' -
details regarding the income a* well as the expendituresould: have I
I'eisoanel! of Its jurors. ber 9. 1920 al tile CasinoKissimmee' ? The startled .
tendency lo keep all financial) matters the more closely within bound of No shall
hope to cili/enship
county can improve its except its juror
audience heard Gladys Rice' living voice flood the
'i, reason and would be a most persuasive argument against the 'paddingof be ol ,ii.- highest type of candor and efficiency.

reports." Each; juror takes oath that he is Unbiased, or, admitting that he mSy" I packed house. It then heard the New" Edison match

Briefly stated the desired measures by the state press association would be biased to an extent, declares his ability tp bar every prejudice and deCide that voice even unto 'I'! finest 1 .nation of ...nddm
til for complete of all actions by the various boards of counte'
a report the case solely upon the evidence submitted always considering the
and cities, to be published one lime at the regular legal rate for such work. reputation of the witness and the straightforwardness of his testimony.The I and feeling. Any one who was present will tell you'

As condition are at the present time information regaidmg these actions juror who will! stultify himself for the purpose of serving some .

gS. : ate published simply through!: the good'graces of the editors merely a' f fnenuly interest t who considers the Jurybox an excellent place to qul\.re .. The ark of. the living artist and 4 A
. newsand Jje<7trently because of the press of other matters which fill' the : up'.:' -ome old-time t grievancewho, '- 'will allow his views or his desires looverweigh I *
columns to overflowing the accounts are omitted till such' time as there ..Hall'h..pen 'I i the evidence in the case- who will seek lo show his disapprovalof its RE-CREATION by the New

to be "plenty of room." eMstiBg laws by voting to acquit a culprit whose guilt is ,clearly proveni Edison can not be told apart.
It is generally acknowledged that fear of publicity through; the prtf I I not fit to sit in a'Courtroom in any capacity : he is an unsafe citizen

keeps many of the smaller crimes and offences: from being committed. ]I for the municipality, for the county, for the state, for the United Slates; it is no idlephrasp thut! you can I .'njoy Cast' :Middlr-
s "Please keep it out of the paper is a cry most common. If every man he is morally accessory lo the crime and as guilty by innuendo as the ton, Hemp"IIat.t..naue'" : Spftldmir-in your own
,,' who asked for a rebate of taxes or who asked an unfair price for sel'ice'l I '
furnished, knew that full to be given prisoner. home The! S1!v* Edison i brings all that the great
goods a account was 4.
performed ;
or I No court ran be more dignified than is its jury. The jurybox is nota
''r the public through the press, those men would be very careful: that all accounts joke ; the courtroom is not a jest-room. No citizen should refuse to take .artist. can bring(/ except his physical presence It if

. : were precisely right. There would be less profiteering.: There wouldbe I up his share of the burden of governing.a county- and he should act in the phonographic triumph of the aj*('.
more fair-dealing. And the measures asked for by the association of 'the jurybox with deliberation and fairness, allowing neither vindictiveness

: ; those men who do more good for the county or cily or both t than any cla" I j I nor vindication to sway him from his sworn duty as a man and as a citizen.
: can or will do are not at an exhorbitanl rate. :No/ county can rise higher in the work of good government than the EDISON"The
' r In Florida the legal rate of printing is 81,*C |tier line for the first insertion I 1 I personnel of its jurors.

!' of a notice and 4 I-6c per line for each subsequent insertion. The --. '-- ------- Phonograph with a Soul" <
.' 1 ordinary price for locals in the various papers rof Floridataken from f private I FLORIDA WOULD' BENEFIT BY TRADE. V
, of business, IOc linehigher than '..mC' :n and hear the wonder for yourself tin- Three1Million
I parties engaged in any sort it per I -'
, 1 what is known as "legal rate." The present session of the North: Dakota ACCEDING to the importunities; of Alabama that a specified section of I Oollur J'honoirntpri' that KK-f'RKA'IKS the ,

, 1' legislature has decided to increase the rate in that state to C'c per line foi i-ta'e ire l turned over to thai Mate upon a basis that would be just and wry oul of muMoCentral

the first insertion, and 6c per line foi each subsequent : and that price cons equitable tf1I1Jhl: relieve Florida of a burden thai might be disastrous along

S forms to the rates in many other 1t la'le.<<:$. numerous lines. The mailer should extend beyond the" prerogative: of th..
Florida legislators in both houses should see the justness: of the demands I'" ,< ; people should have the right; to vote on the maUer after the Drug Store

made by the publishers recently in TaiVipa and should! w 'h-jut delay I I[ plans specifications and terms had !been arranged. The Titusville! Star- ,..I'

: grant the request. It will mean better results from the best 1 governing Advoeaie 'says: -
bodies. I!I The more Alabama's proposal' to buy the nine western counties 104 BROADWAY f

-- I of Florida is considered the better it looks. Day 41 PHONES Night 21

FIGHT NOW ON: FOR REAPPORTIONMENTAFTER The counties are Bay Calhoun Escambia, Holmes. Jackson
: : I Okaloosa. Santa Rosa, Walton and Washington, and if the sale is oThe lnitrum used In that T..nT' kt th regular.
consummated Pensacola. Panama City, Marianna and DeFuniak model, which rills for ssiiB It la an "tart lui>lltt" <- ...tthe
t years of side-stepping the legislature is now to make an effort' I IF Springs will be Alabama cilies and a lot of Florida office-holders > Unboratno Mndrl ...hl..hfr! Ndrsnt, pcrfc.-l-I tftrHji I

t to follow the constitution insofar as making --epresentation ia both the Will soon be.doing their politicking "across the border. -' ..nillriK Throe Million Dollurn 'In cup.-iInic-iim .
I upper and lower houses of the legislature just and equitable: the bill as I r Alabama needs this terri ory' as a corridor to the gulf coast. .

eing tied provides for the precise number of member.. of the !eI: i Iature Twenty years ago Alabama was willing to pay $2.000,000 for these' ,
that is stipulated by the constitution one hundred altho'iph: no ;i" to' I' ron I
aid she would $5.000
nine counties. Now it is be glad to spend j
i made for conditions which may arise if sew conties haii. be toimed.l '' i w&Goodman /* -
s 000 for them. I
The bill merely cares for the state as it is now" efrl'llated into counties and I
Read the news from Tallahassee and it will be noted that the j I )
districts.By. i senators and the representatives from :he northwestern corner of
.. its stipulations there will be sixty-eight member in the lower'ouse |
of the Florida
) Florida now hold the balance power in legislature.With : >
enumerated below: The counties of Baker Bay. Bradford. Brevard. Brow I
their opposition and South Florida generally has It. there will
i ,:. arch Calhoun. Citrus Clay Columbia Franklin Gadnden I Hamilton, Hei- be no no-fence law no reapportionnmenl. and no state-wideanti-'
.. nando Holmes Jefferson LeFayelle Lake, Lee. Leon Levy Liberty. :Madison \ tick law. -- ---- f fI h

Iv::; :- Manatee Okaloosa. Okeechobee Osceola. Palm Beach pasco Putnam Transferring these nine counties into Alabama would end the j o-4e.4Gsir" rWa3'.4 .C+4irs'riG4sWi4+'"P'WW .4 )<'",,
i Santa Rosa, Seminole. St. Johns. St. Lucie, Sumpler Suwannee. Taylo.-! I
talk of dividing Florida and would bring about the passage of progressive -
': : Wakula, and Walton shall each have one representative; Alachua': Dade measures that all progressive' Florida wants. I & Woodall

.. DeSoto Duval Escambia Flagler Hillsborough. Jackson Maiion.; Vlunroe.; Legislative action in this matter should be prompt and decisive. '
1. Nassau Orange. Pinellas. Polk, and Volusia shall each have two. -- - _.. I
o In ,ll-e upper house there will be the one senator from each of .the thrru BARE YOU AN ASSET OR"A LIABILITY? i i 1'

: : ty-two districts. Dade county will be figured as the fourteenth district and _--- The New C3rrc>cery
t ,)t Saint Lucie and Okeechobee counties as the twenty-sixth ; while Palm Beach I EVERY citizen is either an advantage or a drawback the community j

; and Broward counties will be united in the thirteenth. Such conditions will f in which he lives.. It may require a bit more effort to be an asset than it Next to Chamber of CommerceOUR
< i be satisfactory it has been learned. for several counties on the east 1 coast does to be a liability but it is worth the extra work. He who decries all''

which have been lacking in senatorial representation. public progress, whc whines because he cannot see the outcome of some '

:j' ; It hardly seems possible that there should be "a fight"over such a fair plan that is being) worked out who grumbles because: he cannot have all )I MOTTO

proposition as this measure promises to be, and those who" may oppose itntiy things to his liking is a liability -and it requires at least two good assets -r

;t '" have trouble in satisfying their constituents over their actions. The to equalize his pessimism. The man who answers the call when there is a PRICES THE FAIREST
It 7.$ new counties which may be formed at this session of the legislature will demand for men who does his best to prevent others from spilling the t "

:-. have to "take pot-luck": for a time it is to l be presumed; for until the.con: beans when the boat rocks a little, who is an "I-will-er" in place of being )i i QUALITIES THE BESTHere's

F: ,; stitution shall be altered and amended to allow an increase ;in the me'Tlber.j an "I'll try-er," who will look through the haze of obstacles so sharply that X >

' I, hip of the legislature, there can legally be ro more than the one hundred'' he can see the outlines of Success in the distance he is an asset. Like the j ,

la members. statement of a bank the assets must balance the liabilities ; but il must be i
1I?' I borne in mjnd that individual for individual, it requires at least two assets | I a Surprise For You! j !

;. ; FORMER GOVERNOR MAY NEED FRIENDS I to make good against t one liability. Kissimmee needs, just now to be

;;: -- f strengthened in its assetsand strengthened right i

,., THINGS look a bit scaley for the man who has been, squirming about )I I J ON SATURDAY OF THIS WttK[[ ;

?w in the gubernatorial chair at Tallahassee for the part lour years, for a res- *' MISSOURI WOMAN ROASTS HER HOSTS I "' .
olution introduced in the house of the Serfator Wells .
legislature by
upper j I ,
THROUGH: the the Tampa Tribune of one of the mos!
\, , calls "for" deep probe into many' of the incidents and accidents of th? reprinting in I We shall place a variety of goods on what we ,lyle our "Surprise
caustic criticisms; of Florida that has yet been seen the public generally in ;,
,:: Regime of the Recalcitrant. The bill is Camouflaged udder) the this state will understand that (here is one woman in Missouri who lack- | t not enumerate them but everyone will find something I
determine the truth t the falsity of the "persistent circulated
or rumor
(_in'all he rudiments which usually/ exist between the. entertainer and the en jlertamed. 'i' there that needed and the
throughout the stat intimating that t the man "while governor of Florida ,: j IS. "surpn The woman from "Missouri! if she be a professional newspaper-1
received money to influence his official action in granting pardons to state r the a wfuJlvJowr 1 price. Don't miss this chance to make profit.
woman admitted that her ability of appreciation was ml : if she \yas not a a
v convicts received to influence the official actions of I --
; moneys removing parties havingsecur-I
she insulted those whose she after
guest was ..
,i-l j from county office or official positions; received money lo influence his ed goods under false pretenses. The paper too the Clinton Eye which I Be Sure And See Our Wonderful .;
official actions in to office and guilty of other '
appointing persons ; was many of'
printed her ebuhtions reckoned little of what it doing for the
? acts in violation of the law and tending to bring shame upon the fair name was press Display. of Vegetables.. .t
the entire United States ; for he who carries tales from the table of his hostis
of the'
-Hate. -, one to be avoided. Aside from the fact that her story reeked with misrepresentations _
It is always conceded that Dame Theysay is responsible for many an I If. ; -I
s regarding Florida the publicity she-has! gained by setting at
?f.. 5 error; in fact, there have been many cases where there have been not the 1 I'x
; defiance the hundreds of columns of highest praise from the best in I
slightest grounds for some assertions made. In this case which promises 10'' Your Trade Will Be Appreciated
America be welcome her r
must a most sop to puissant
come under early considerativn. there teems Jo have" been '''so many chargesof I ;
such various natures, taken into consideration with the excessive temperamental -
A makeup 'of the man that a careful investigation should be made I .
-even though the decision of the great jury of the stale shall render the BECAUSE a large manufacturing firrn has seen fit to announce that .

present medicine magnate a clean bill of health. "next season" the ten percent reduction in' its prices which has just been I'
t tProprietora
S. Just how the probe is to be conducted will be difficult to foretell. The I declared will be put in force, It asks the press of this country to "make | Good anWoodall

"._s .. man who offers the bribe is usually as much averse' to publicity as the man a nice story" out of the lowering of prices. Why should space be given to j'
who accepts the payment-whether the offer be of finance or fealty or fidelity I the movement ? Is it of as much importance to the people of Florida as the I'j f

st a ; consequently little development can be hoped for from direct sources. fact that cent-by-cent the price of gasoline has dropped till it now sells at |

; That old Montana verdict- "Guilty, but not proven" -may be the result ;; the thirty-cent mark? Yet that fact had no "story"given through the press ]

: but to long as there shall be no reference to the present business of providing - except at the regular advertising rates. News stories are good things NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE I
i II pig panaceas. chicken condoler mule medicines horse .helps. and tick but to make "a story'" of tne proposed reduction of prices from the plantof t

tablets, the publicity will not serve to spread free the- jump from T llahasslo a huge Corporation(>> well able to pay- for its announcement appears to be BROADWAY"'t / KISSIMMEEI
; therapeutics. extremely ludicrous.. Still there /will be some publications that will swallosIthe ; I

,,"Jr:' In,with the probe-let jaw be unconfid i whole thing-and give free that for which 'it should be paid. _

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W.:J. S. Carr; wc41-Jcnown in Kltiim- INLAND, WATERWAYS taking them as a, whole, would not the measure would compel>> 'secretarvfcs
k niee, was in this city on Tuesday Saint Cloud Bath' HouaIS.NOW $ BRING BOATS FROM profit materially by, this measure Kit : of public bodies, rtpjir :,und* .
ITEMS OF1WEER from, his home in Coronado. becomes a' law; County printing the law, to publish minutes of meetIngs -
_, Close-in buildim lots: ons'y pay R COAST TO ,KISSIMMEE is given out by county commissioners to, be brief, much briefer than
mentscheap; Nelson. Realty Com the h Public ,'aherlff.and boards of public instruction they now are when they can spread '
Next Tuesday will be'Conferedat pany. Openlo Captain James E. Mosely"'made the ,and; as a matter of. 'fact pages of unimportant matter upon
Memorial Day. dock in Kissimmee last Saturday, after and history, it is given out to newspapers their records and ,which"find in termInable -, "
J. S. Stratton, a 'former resident,i Suits and Lockers. Dancing a long and successful trip by in rotation. BO that It would publication\ -'such, newspapers .:
Use Gulf fertillzEr--tlie/ kind that now residing in Utopia, was vfaltlng every Friday evening. launch from Marco and Naples on be many years before the majority as now accept the. material.On ;
gets result! Ross Graves- agent the early portion of: the Refreshments' served the duth coast Of- western ;Florida.. of the papers of the state would be- the whole, the bill-oughtto

Furnished! rooms close in for 'rent week. The cabined launch carried several come ,the recipients of such printing: work 'mmediate reform*" in a very .
Whnted: $500 loan for one year.: others besides Oaptain Mosely-two would be given out. ''
Also good house. Immediate important particular in this .state, \f
flion. Nelson Realty Company posses f Good Realty improved Company. property. Nelson I FINE BATHING BEACH of:Melanin these, both being of John Orlando Nick; and and A.there. ,L. ''a.One material thing would be that it becomes a law. 'ypl, .j

The time for the closing exorcise: was no effort made to break the
C. W. Griffin, now of Miami, but -
.. of the city schools is"rapidly apt for long years a resident pf :Kissim Opened by A. II. Smith speed law The desire was to havea 1 ;0 00 0 ... 000..00 ..tCl..O 000 CI .. ...'..O" .00 0'0 0 O.O o:o 1 1J
pro.. (ac-C9rdmg to reports from mee, is in the city today calling upon pleasant! trip, and this Deems to ;
the have resulted. Reaching Punta Has-
tome of bin old-time friends.Mr. I OOO'OOC OOOoClDon't. *
sa the route took the Calloosa- ';': '
Bad debts collected Results up J
or no
and Mrs. O. P. Taw have goneto I
guaranteed. J. M. Willson district hatchee into Lake Okeechobee, and
Jacknonville, where Mr. Taw will .
15-tfc forget our New Hampshire northward the full length of that
manager. undergo an operation upon' his eyes cheese and Orahge Bloom ,honey' huge; body of water to the Kiss ln- '
. There. will be a meeting of the wlfioh have been in bad condition. They're fine. Try them. Waters A mee liver. Thence through the chainof alt'v T t

county commissioners on Saturdayof For rent: one residence; also a Carson Grocery Company. lakes into Lake Tohopekaligathence (f 1 1't li ,
thin week for the
purpose of con corner ,Royal and Ban Kis-
streets to the dock. The trip proved
Johnson Jr. of
sideling proposals road mat- Captain .Clay now' .
upon simmee. 17 tf
ters. Fort Pierce, spent the latter part of | beyond dispute that -it i is not a dif-
Several showers on Sunday and I| the week in Kissimmee, guests of I ficult task to make the water run .
Wanted: To borrow $2,500 on during the following night( helped Mrs. George StefTee and family and I! from Kissimmee to the gulf-or. '.
grill -(',Ige security.< For particular' vegetation which was sadly in need combine his pleasures with looking; I should there ho" Such a desire, direct .
'.qiiiie at the office of The Valley' of rain. Much of the growing crop I nfter matters of business | from Lake Okeechobee to the Atlan-
Gazette. 8-tl haM been retarded because of the : I jtic.I .
The King Daughter of the lack of moisture. 1 George Remington one of the
members. of the Kissimmee I FUNERAL WAS CONDUCTED
I Grocery
Methodist chicken
church are to hold a A. II. Smith of Saint Cloud, wash J JP
has "bought out the !Mab- :DOwN
y pilau supper Saturday afternoonat : Kiimiminee on Monday upon mat- grocery AS DECEASED DESIRED
five o' 'lock in the vicinity of the I tor of business He has thebathhouse I bette street which has been conduct I
; t the price of staple articles down and the whole structure of high
!bandstand, 1 ul Ins line bathing beach, ed by S. D.
f Fish Lake Gas Filling Station and announces< that select] dances. will I taken ponsession.! i I remains of James F. Geer, a resident prices will tumble. We are offering the Consumer some very attractive "

Hells gas oils, cold drinks<, cigars. I he held there each Friday evening First mortgage: for sale. Giltedgei I lof thi..- cigarettes, etc. Midway between .John McPhatter, who recently received -i security; $2500. Will discount so I who has !suffered from the inroads of CONSUMER
Saint Cloud! and Kissimmec. 16-4tx severe injuries by falling from | will pay 12 percent. Write Allen consumption for several years and LONG LIVE THE
i Fosdick, Kixsimmee. l!>-2tx 1 whose death has been eXD'dellIur-
Throughout Kissimmec; there installed are 11 ladder as he was pruning trees in I ing thc last year at any"time. Deceased 2-4-Pound Sack Pillsbury Flour __ _____ __-_-__--______--___$1.35
1>('lng numerous new poles his yard, is once more able to boubout The
to 1 carry the .electic wires( .-many of -und i IH, r/endini" his< time, as successful McFerrin] meeting Health at Club the had Hart avery has realized his condition, and l 24-Pound Sack Self-Rising Flour ____________ ____________ 1.29 .:

the ancient poles having outlived,! usual in the of'iciof the McPhatter Memorial on Monday night. Severalnew !gave the' members of his family I Granulated Sugar ______ ______________________ ______ .09
; in that the
trrir usefulness. Realty Company.Mr. I members were admitted, and the strictly were tc be charge of an unusual character obsequies j 100-Pound Sack Yellow Corn nu____.,_nnn______ 1.99 "

Work IR koon to 'commence on the and Mrs. f). P. I/enox, parents organization was! further perfected lie stipulated that no undertaker wa I 100-Pound Sack Shorts __--_________--______--__--____ 2.10 .
addition of the San Juan hotel at Orlando I of Mrs. W. A. Edintrton, who, have ) and strengthened. to be employed; that the casketI i I 100-Pound Sack Purina Cow Chow__________________ ___ __ 3.30National .-

; and It will will contain be nine .stones h-jndred ir! I been ,spending the winter at Saint 1 1 Mrs. S. B. AtiHinHiv: !Mrs. .J, Earl I should he made of ordinary lumber Biscuits __ ______________________________8c: and .15 ,
height, one Petersburg, stopped few days in
a .
I I Lupfer, and Mrs W. 1. Sanderson, ut the home; that his remainsere '
and fifty rooms each with hath. I KJKKimmct' emoute to their homo in were among the !,members of the order |I to be Flour Hale for Friday and Saturday!! Coluivbus: Ohio and were guests of of the )Eastern Star, Attending i Pleasant Hill nearly ten miles away, '
Twelve-pound .sack best (fold Medial,. I .h. and Mrs. Kdington. :the state. cOII'entlIof..thnt\ >wgani- I I in an ordinary wagon.dr'awn! horse I :: -.
fc5c; 24-pound sack I beet. Gold Medal A I'hjht'lir... about the engine 'in zation in Tampa this'week1. ftr) muIu-4-altnough he finally relented TAYLOR'S8BROADWAY 1
% $],:!!O. All other brands in propor I the automobile of R. P Hanson, j liy saying that if such conveyance
Inn Waters Carson Grocery; which was parked on Broadway at I The Bass Construction Company i is was not at hand and it might be necessary
Company. ten o' loc k on Tuesday'< mornmg. completing! in a most excellent manner j to use an automobile that BASS CORNER '
Rev. S. \\'. Lawler, educational secretary I called out the fire department-but the new filling-station l being only a plain truck should carry his
of the Florida Methodist Conference the flames were extinguishtvi with a erected by A. S. Gilbert' on North remains. The family complied with
was in Kissimrtice on Sunday hand grenade prior to the arrival of Main street. Nothing more attractive his requests. Mr. CJeer was< well
in the. interests, of the movementnow he forces. can be found in several .imunties. Known hv all the older] residents of "

being tarried on for the solicitation Fred S. Gilbert] M. Willson, and Try the Sanitary Dairy Company this locality.PRESERVE. 4444 OOOOCIOCIOOCloooooOOtOOClOOOOO. .
of finances which is 'tI'relit- E. Lupfer have been appointed as for anything and everything in the
iag the entire United States. I IJ committee to present to the next dairy line. Deliveries from 7'iO:: to THIS LIST
.. I meeting of the city; council the endorsement 9:00: a. m., and from 5:00: to 6:00: p. FOR IT IS OFFICIAL
made at the Chamber of m. Phone Lee Rogers' residence.

I t'ommerce regarding the creating ofa 17-tfc According to the official census of ;
levy of two mills for the purposes There is to be a demonstration all 1920 the following is, the exact popu- i

Home to Lunch. of publicity. _, The rear right: tire on the apparatus I Floyd, when the special agent of the 1900 was 3,444, and in 1910 was 5,- Located OB Broadway at tie Railroad
of the fire department, whi..hWilli !Loose-Wiles Baking Company will 507:
destroyed when the run was tell of the qualities of the goods Precinct 1, Kissimmee, includingpart Every Variety of Repair Work Promptly Done +
Think of the satisfaction enjoyment made some weeks ago to a pointconsiderably handled and make things pleasant of Kissimmee city------1,974
'e home I north of the city limits, for all callers. The public generally Precinct 2, Shingle Creek------ by Experienced Men "
and economy going was replaced] on Tuesday-and the I1 invited.. Precinct 3, Campbell Station. __ 247

for lunch every day. You can, if I work was! scarcely finished. when an The new floor in the Precinct 4, Saint Cloud, including The same quality of work and the efficiency of service given by j j
,. complete ________
Saint Cloud city 2.609 '
you ride a bicycle. :No' delays. no alarm called the much ne Tuesday on, the run. and garage the is place now is practically open for business. Precinct 5, Deer Park----------567, men during the past six months in myoid location will be given '!
alarm civcn
tiresome<< walk just slip into the I ening at tire x(-\'enfoitva; merely; for New equipment is being installed- Precinct 6, Kenansville< _____ 272 those who desire the best of result Service car in connection.
und it 1.1 the intention of Mr. Edington Precinct 7, Kissimmee, including
saddle md you are there in a u trial) tun. Hut it was' '; .lot the huccs -
to have a place where1 only the'vest part of Kissimmee city..1,318Precinct
Some of the
anticipated mem-
jiffy. You'll enjoy the invigorating / . and of work shall/ be turned! out at 8, Narcoossee! _ n.__ 182 tOil
hers ran to the I ward announced I'i Appreciate Your Business
all times. Precinct 9, Lokosee! _' __ __ _ 57
... in the frvh an and you'llfeel \ waited for the machine and others,
pm Precinct 10( ,_ Loughman __ ___ 72
were $o long!: in reaching the firehouse We carry the best obtainable in t
.. 1 l better, too. that.. ; will be fresh family and fancy groceries. Wed..livl"r.
.no fine published. Total population of county___7,195 And Gasoline Always A :JI J
WANTED MAN: BETWEEN Phone your orders. Phone I
THE AGE OF 27 AND 45 TO REP 12 Waters & Carson Grocery Com WEST PALM BEACH MEN
,, LIKE INSURANCE COMPANY. Because of the appearance of an BROADWAY GARAGE

.... SLAltNH COMMISSION!; PAUL "0" where there should have been a G, M. Gruber, C. E. Gruber and L.
STEADY EMPLOYMENT. MUST "!I" in the advertisement of the Kis-
Trevette Lockwood all of West Palm W. A. Proprietor
BE ABLE TO GIVE BEST OP REF simmee Grocery last week there was Beach were in Kissimmee' for luncheon
ERENCE.: WHITE R. M. MASON, a scramble for a "Pound of Best on Monday enroute to Saint Petersburg NORTH BROADWAY' KISSIMMEE I
BOX 168, ORLANDO FLORIDA. Creamery Butter. The announce
of theKni'hb
to attend a meeting 4
Are the cheapest in the long run. 19-ltx ment was originally writteh "59c"but
Templar. TheIeNMI'! !! Gru-
They are built to give daily] serv W II. Upham, who >I'> now the owner there is "no reason in u "fool i 1-er have been actively engaged in ,'
of a dwelling and seven lots in proof.render, in the majority of the realty business but have closed --
I( e't'ILr In and year out. They cases--as those who read the column. I ...
I addition ,
the G'ltz' 'Hij-hview on i out their holdings] at figures fari
are the result of a quarter century West Emmctte: street is ,soon to. devoted to the "Giants-Dodgers" in i i above the quarter million mark, while
leave for a hrief trip to his former the sporting department of the Tampa jMf' Loekwood. fornu-i ly chairman of
1 of experience and nkill. Linn Kansas, to : Tribune W FridnApril 8, can I JSF
home in county the hoard of county commissioners,
i Years after( the, ordmuiy bicycle I settle up his affairs and arrange con attest. But the 50c" butter proposition the-I ill one of the energetic business, men For aura {i iLoose.
caused wormtrouble
that he remain herep.rmanently.
ditions so can I of the city Ijecuusc! of the assertion -
ban been discarded Dayton
I "1 If your !Mr. Upham 'S highly Kissimmee Grocery.' | that the cross-state, road from ....
will]1 t be giving satisfactory service.Come pleased with his home here. S..1. Hour, who has become a prop Melbourne to Kissimmee! was not

I in und see the new modelsfor Mrs. It.I E. Pelson] and children, of erty-owner in Kissimmec by the purchase I useable the party drove to New
::104) Adorhold street, have gone to of ,some nice property on Magnolia :* Smyrna, thence to this city-addingnt from the
men, women, boys and girls. Chicago for the summer-Mr. Del- avenue", has become the owner least one hundred miles to their '
son remaining here to promote a of the fine residence corner of Mab- trip. Here is another individualcase .j
+ that will utilize next sea bttte and Bermuda. Mr. Hoar has of the thousands that have been WilmonCr; ;
Wynn's Bicycle Shop -soli company all the citrus culls possible tocTbtuin. returned to his home in Lansing. "happening," as an inducement to CompaityWILL /-
lie believes, as does all who Michigan, In.t. expects to again be in complete the highway.
t have made investigation of the plan, this city at an early date, and when
105 BROADWAY he will take immediate to improve A "Live And Win" Policy .
steps -
that such a plant as he has !In view BE PRESENT ALL DAY :
i his
and the
, will be great factor in building up property beautify
1 the city-and a : will be of ad. to the environments in a manner that will How to get life insurance at the AND WILL MAKE THE VISIT 1
1I I justify his occupying the property lowest actual cost, and a policy under -
citrus-growers. when he and his family come for the which a man does not have to OF ALL PATRONS PLEASANT.
. Mrs. Byrd Spillman Dewey, of next season. The sale was made die to win. William E. Hand, 106 J
Winter Park, was in KissVmmee yesterday through the MePhatter Realty Com- West Magnolia street, Lakeland AND PROFITABLE : : : 1 90Oo
making\' arrangements to pany. Florida 14-tf
come to this city at an early date I 4
and impress upon the citizens the WONDERFUL PHOTOPLAYIS MEASURE.WILL BENEFIT '

nc-ed of creating a' bird sanctuary.Mrs. THE "GILDED LILY" THE MASS OF TAXPAYERSThere Cone and Lear tile Qualities of the Goods We Handle ;
Dewey has been It.akinlin:
:111J various portios of the state! on this AT CASINO WEDNESDAY .
: topic-and at Haines! City she was I has been some misapprehension Phone year orders to 176; we deliver inside city limit ;
No matter how much it be in the mind of the public as to
received at H successful may
magnificently very ,
] gathering. She left for her painted, colored, or tinted a lily is measure which it is proposed to
home last evening still a lily-and this .il< true of the submit to the legislature at. its pres- R. S. FLOYDOPENING -
"Gilded Lily" which will be thrown ent session, to provide publicity' for
Minnie Moore Willson is still
Mrs on the screen at the Casino next all departments of government especially
"nininRpubli..itythi8 time over- Wednesday. By night she was a within counties where thereare OOOO O OOOOO OOCIClOOOOOOOOOOOOClOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
seas. She was requested some time glittering and brilliant salamander- expenditures of the public money -
since to contribute an article for the says the -Miami Herald. .
end lived on the lights of Broadway.
I International Encyclopedia published\ she played with the The measure was suggested by the OOltOOOOClOOOOOOOOOOOOOOClOOOO..OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOClOOOOOOO ..
IRE spreads its web to catch in scotland-her theme being.: the bright embers-anil escaped. By day State Press Association, but it must A
Semmoles] -and she complied with not be supposed that it is a move
she sweet-hearted wholesome
the careless and unprotected. Mrs. Willson- in receipt was a
the request.- who critically mentby newspapers men for the
girl--charming as any :
1 jsses are climbing and amount of information that her article raised their eyebrows at her name. benefit of newspapers, as there is !
has been accepted for publication support for the measure among men
And she good
was as -always.
I t t. than million a day. be financially rewardedas i
more a will
and she The why of it will be told in the who see clearly that publicity is! '"
i well as gaining in other line!!. needed to prevent many forms of ............... -
The in
, .". gray neg- John W. Ferguson: foreman of the graft and extravagance among those I
I I'ct: and indifference. In these ( mechanical department of the Palm who have the spending of the hard-

I need the full sound Reach Post; J. B. O'liarn.nreitdent earned money of the people. NEID'SHEALING :
I. t nes ,
you I of the state Typographical Union; picture.WANTED Publicity for the proceedings of 0 0 .
I. protection: of the Hartford Fire and Mrs. Mason W. Rice, whose hue i the various bodies is. to l he securedby

1 '!>uranr(' Company, uhich is I hand is a realty dealer in West Palm < : compelling the publication in at BA THS :
for I least of each county %f the
t Bench, stopped in Kissimniee a one paper ,
Lacked by a century-old retool i few moment Tuesday morn'np:: en- proceedings of the boards, of county! .'

of honest dealing and ample route from Tampa to West Palm I commissioners, county boards of instruction
Beach. The visitors! had been in atI'tendan'e i and other authorized officials. -
assets. In addition, without ex- at a meeting of the union Tuesday, April 26These 1.1

Hartford's Fire left Investigation made into the subject .
tia cost, the and visfting friends. The party A "
Prevention Engineer will search for home by way of Melbourne.R. BUYER reveals that with proper newspaper of- '

P. White who has been con FOR A NICE FIVE-ROOM publicity many instances been curbed baths are located two Miles aortk i of the city and are reco.- _' ;
0-jt defects which: may cause you nected with the Kissimmee sales department extravagance could
loss by fire. of the Indialantic Company BUNGALOWProperty and in many instances absolute graft mended to persons afflicted With rtteuMtism or a.y akin. disease.
been definite i
could have prevented, a
of Melbourne has returned to is located at 534 Broad- !
t Get Hartford insurance today Michi- saving to the public of the taxpayers' ,
his former home at Pontiac,
and Is bargain'at $2750.
for few months to close up way I. money. Open Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays
through this agency. Play safe! gan, business deals preparatory to Willing to accept a car, which Some objection might be raised ,

M CARSON FARMER some locating either in this city or Mel- must be worth $400, as first pay- because of the from fact the that State the move-Press From 9 .. m.. to 8 p. .... .. ,71I'

bourne. Mr. White has proved himself jnent; balance may be paid at $25 ment comes ill-advised ,
Association because per-
AGENT who ,
I Office,'* Willsoa Building make as run"inferior",,/with any to make no driver of car between per month. See sona measure might is acquire one for the the idea benefit that the ofnewspaper. CHAS. NEIL), Proprietor t'

NextiDr GnttkuFmrmttmrr. c.. I Kia immee and Melbourne- ,/J.N.( LEE ., only.' As a matter of ,J '
' Arena Klssuimee. I record having 1\ULIo been the author/ of several Tact, the newspapers ofthe hate,; 444E. t to. .. o. . . .,.. . . . .0..0.00. . . . . . . I"

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.1 r' DEVELOPMENT HAMPERED the factory bind- assemb'.y rr-----; plants com- chiefly feces and; urine, but in smaller : : VICTORY. MEDALS READY

1 BECAUSE OP. POOR ROAD!S Idnad culls' for only 90,000! number in the sputum and perspiration. FOR ALL EX-SERVICE 4-t:
L A. ROGERS; [ AGRICULTURAL) POINTERS] Tlie a1' facts .clearly .HhoW-rtlmt the The only way to contract
Florida demand for Ford la is taking into the mouth
I"i Tb! map of I. the bout ar. products growing typhoid by Now that recruiting for the
nr i*. IVWII.EIO;; 8o'e COU::ITT 'AfJJtN1T gunient\ for the appropriation by th,o much faster then* manufacturing some,of the discharges of a typhvH., 1. States army has ceased the, war depart
"i Carpenter and Builder legislature of\tho $ OflOOO require d\I facilities! to produce and were it no. patient or a _typhoid carrier > men t is very' desirous that the
elI: j* u' crying out need for co.. to complete the Lake to Gulf highway for the di'aler limited stocks"', whirl "The' greet majority of these caj'- officers left in charge ofUhe Victory
operation and organization throughout If the legislature can not t k'the'map <: I arc now. 'rapidly depleted, manmere -. tiers are persons who have recovered Me hl 1 work make special effort to /...,
the- world, and we' need it down I I examine tho highways! nov,. (customers would have bee'ionijieijed from the disease, yet u few have reach all the ex-soldierd or' the next"of
r I, JOBBING A SPECIALTY henin Oxceola county about an batas I hi tis?", perceive the shortness of' tit ( 1wnil.. fur lhtu;, curs. It been found who have no history of kin of deceased noldiers in order
late on the globs Friends I gaps necessary to complete the; pro G v. Ill lit: only a master of wookn, tboru disease Eadur; you can anslst iu that they may receive the medal that
just look mound you and see! foi I ,posed" i ouii, observe/ that the prellen1 ti fore, until u big;: surplus of ,oid'jv- saving liven by insfftting that all excreta due them.
Boats ltd Launches Built to Order your own lIuU"t\t'tn! ) what'otliviowns shortest route would be shortens i will prevent anything like nrom'n-, he disposed!': of safely--and-thin IJI The distribution of Victory Medals

( ; and communities are dolnpvtttTif !: more tlmn one hundred tnllen, am:I j ''deliveries. means that when 'sewerR are not+< in Florida began Ut June with the 4
Vemo KJssimmee they have' their organisation SLS tho':'advantage of.completing) the, j If vou would lu. sure of huvinuj' available, all privies must be ani- headquarters at Jacksonville and to
1.16 '. 't fl ..It'd. First take the town'o< ;-onii] 'ctions: no jrgunvnl that coup! ;our fjnl. car; or trucjhen: yi tary and fly proof. date nearly 2000 medals have been
I Sanfo/'J./ in :Seminole:! county. ether', hr Huh-.nitteci would 1 be liltely to hay,I'i want' rt, you should! place your oiJ'1"iiiow. "In this state the Ay plays a' 'grreu. issued in this state which is a very

--.---- -. - -- -. -_._- (the farmer and" truckers UI'(! oiganiy.vd : univ\ effect.With j Don't delay.; I'honu us cir lrn. part in spreading typhoid for they 'small number considering jthe popu-
; that it i i- 'cry'Cu'"y t.j i u.s a curd. breed in filth and equally fondof of
NO \ cooperate )Ihe exceptionof.. the 1 lJixil'' !![ : __ _ are lution of Florida and the number
;n buying and Celling; of all tlCh"'aand! the road down th... east the privy, kitchen, and dining- 1 soldiers she gave during the. world
ON YOUR WAY NORTH STOP <"i>rnni9clitie .II lid products. Thousand. oii: .1.( thin would constitute the swat 'bilclren! who naive worms arejiab 1'0001.V'jel'f.' privies are not fly- war.
(-1 dollars laved i sickly and peevish. A dose or I Iw . the that walks thchr'a''and
IN JACKSONVILLE every year throughth 'mpcvrtunt' t line of tiave' in the proof fly on i Those who are interested; should
; buying* of fertilizers by the, or II> Itd\Rlltal'l' to the whole) people' o f Whito'i Cream- Vermifuge will cka sugar or taken a bath in thy immediately write to "Victory Serve %
THE HOTEL WINDLE i ganizHlion, beside: the increase: ill Lakeland. Tampa und, in fact.....!the:,, thorn out and restore rosy c-Jieeks mrlk-pitchcr, may have just come 1I I ice Officer" Jacksonville. Florida. t
Under the mnnnpemcnt and in prices received, through the co-op- whole west 1 coast would be immense..vHle and, cheerful! upirits. Price, ST e. Sold from a feast thu-i'e, and HH they tarry 1 '
i at the same snmc reasonablerates., A ciiitive" marketing'! nystorri.' TheyImve ". i ( he benefits accruing to the': by Roberson'a. Pharnrncy.-. material: on thir feet bodies/ an-l i 1 Are \'ou. Happy ?

renuoht for reservation will POSITIVELY no better hind I hunI<< hive jtaf coail wouM! be just as grout] wings, you can readily see what a To be happy you must'be well. If
here In Osceolii county, yet they have WORK AGAINST TYPHOID menace! they are."Tbe tf
assure you a ro n1. undo perhaps, no greater, although it' troubled with
are frequently
Strictly modern steam heat, cafe; lowing wells! milover/ the truckinj; I is leadingthe movement IS URGED BY THE STATE state board of health will constipation you and indigestion you can;
-Iol4e to everything.ASK urea, no more than we have: here Connection !between the two coasts, '1 _ glndly' J'uniiii) the- preventive treatment not be altogether happy. Take '
PUBLIC and are ublito contiol) the moisture t o f Florida hUll been deplorably bad. ;i In KIt-a.... to the citizens; of Floi to any peraon who desires it. Chamberlain's Tablet to correct
THE TRAVELING conditicjiiH. Then take 1'la.nt! city,. Thin has had the offer! of placing ida. Dr.I Ralph N Greene state Tho efficiency of this treatment has these disorders. They are promptand
HOTEL WINDLE whore) they grow htrHvhrrie! $t-oy the I territory_ which ought lobe eontigu- health officer, brings most forciblyto I been so thoroughly demonstratedand effectual, easy and pleasant to
liirlond, '",' hamoj.c desirable the results und!
FLORIDATeat's "I lis :MIIC) ffi'lphborly: so far apart that their attention! .*.Inumhel'\ of i>u thoioughly take. .
JACKSONVILLE berry Jnnd hero than they have, yet for nil practical! pu'puSc-s' it might as deaths", resulting last year from ty- i universally .. known .t hat addititipal'discussion --. - -- .
-- -- -.- ---- .- Plant t'ily grower will net rite h alf- 1"1'!"' be in different! JtaUss. It has jihc, i't, which were much 1 less than is not needful." The famous painted rocks near
"million! dollars. on thc berry. crop { hampered I the development of the iirjy previous year, and asks the ce - --- -- -- Maricopa, Cal., are what remains. of
thin! )1'01' How do they via it ? SimpIv 'atp. und l r'onI l1l'd industrial progrfi opemtion, of the public 11sl ill fur A torpid liver needs i.n overhauling the magnificent old sun worship tern- .
I I by 'IXMIIJnrgnnied, pulling to- ..s within narrow limits. Only by thor reducing the mortality from with Herbine. Its benefits are immediately I pie of the!Indians.()
KPthc r, and every fellow doing his -real svt-tem of state highways, this. disease. The !letter from Dr. apparent. Energy takes __ w
FiX1NG; 'G 'f part -to keep harmony in the family.1'hrse bringing all purls of Florida in touch Greene follows: the place of luzlnoss, appetite returns What i is Ruid0| lx the world's
.. fellows dow'rt I there have a with each other, can I the \'ust'a..t(' i "To Citizens of Florida: The num and the hour of n'Rt' brings largest oak, in Did well park, Chico,
large acreage, glow lots 'of berries '.liK, i'. be opened to settlement and |II*r of tieuthin' the elate last t yejii with it sound refreshing, uleep. lricefiOc. CtJ., covers an acre of ground: anO
and get the right price for thim.Ticing the progress of those 'legions already 'Arum typhoid was much smaller! than .__ Sold by Rolterson'a. Pharmacy Ie j can shelter 1000 men.._
c,1junII.t'J. keeping in touch well settled assuied.Tmiiists in any of the three previous years -
with! each other und p,, IA.ri u:* to vi,..iting Florida! in t theHist and only slightly more than onc half
|grit po. unablethe I grower, to "rcnlieonirthing have large! i-onflned llniriil the numlx-r! in 1H1K.! The state boardof / Beat Fertilizers lotect'd Oar Specially for his! efforts! \ tii one side of tinstate or theother. health asks your co-operation that
:Nnhow; about hen ,n Kissimi I i This; I'oadoult! enable those we may still further reduce the number Pomltry Supplies
"'i ; 'r) the\ 'ijrniuiiding c'miniuni- Honest (Vood Fair Prices Prompt ShipmentAsk
,!nit'.g: down ti; entt t oust, to follow of lives so' nei.Klle.ssly thrown
Of Course, We Do All Varieties .f ''If". of the county romitijtiigcthir! the' rrowd (10 ikeland l and other away for typhoid is an absolutely/ Your =Neighbor-lie Knows .J

-nn a c'O-',perative organization) fore ( cntial and western points' without preventable' disease. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., JacldsoBriUe: Florid. '
Automobile Work And We Do It ', bi'i, efit of ull growers, IIn"\be\ }I pi n 1 1':1t enough money traveling to 1 "The only"cause i is the typhoid
(>t Copy New Price l.iHt April let, 1921
abl! !, to obtain mailel for
a price our Inke .he-Hi ,bark to their northern j harrlluand this organism only
Risk' i.ri ducts! Remember the wordhI'nitycl 11! I cant It would mean more and better ;i leaves the body in the di<;,rhargef
I a ucvtand, ctiv iden I we feI1" pleased! visitors, and, larger residence ' I
This organization) ; would IHfor all with
necessarily larger .
I expenditure's
\\li.i would Uikcadvuntuge of il'. with nil of urich would amnun' ,

Eddie: Hanscll ntudly!. herulqutrttrs) n! t'u-' county n II --hull time to fur, more I than the I I
I at. whirl) would br !('ft. of 'rour e, oil t of the h'J'h\lIl' '
(t.. the !growers. All other towns in The men who ale pushing thiprujeet --
No. 18 Emmett Street the i-ojnty will he expected, tn, enleithJK at their own exptnseitnd for

orgnntuttinn: I" .11) be glad t" tl"I of the whole .state, deseivet !
hear t hy mail or call from all grow ', M-eure Mt least the reward of rue SEEDS
i rK who are interested ir. ,urh an ,.'.SB in their effo't W. sincerclyhnpe
'f Jrll'il."I IOn. Don't put the or?'. fur ,
the will
WE MOVE Till: EARTH legiploture !HIM lit I
i.1PO|"I "'"""1) n-c-iK retting torcther. make this appropriation.Lakelanil\

Or Anything On Top The Earth . 'f ,.'''J.'I'alll -
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YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODSOr I I .As\ clear a1the purest wider, i--iI
I iiiiirl) Boro1-"' '''. vet it :is the 111"' H UNITED SEED STORES
Anything That Can lie Moved I I p'v.erful! hl'ul"Il'nlt.d" \, for !lleshwounds .
1 sores, hums I and scalds that
I' From files f of Valley Garrrtej
Get our price before having irudlrtlcience: h'J' produced
your : I I flames City, Pclk County, Florida
Try! it. Pi-iit'tOc, f.Oc;( and $1 'JOSnH !(
done. --- -- ------
hauling I :; { h> IJoherson's' Pharmacy (The Gateway to tie Scenic Hililaadf)
'Ij.j Hhu-kherni-s: ; ale |platy and are ri1- I
t j.
II i i ning! at ten ,'nl- the 11111.t

PHONE At-j Onu Shivi" killed tvo bald i-itirh'- j FACTS ABOUT THE FORDS "

t *r !.... Orri at Q.rot //art/war. Co '.t' llitktuy I llammiiik I: Nhrr.Ihe-. We Have Them
i J.. plentiful, : ;i'liil l I bt ought the Ire, :' :S.iv"; I I" T'lnnionlocal! apint
--- i. tn c -..1L'I\ !the I In'' M' V ,"f t t\tn .1-.! Pone the Kurdanil) I Kuidxnns, :
I I' i -. fn- e.u I- i.aiili tfl'fied hth Mere are the autlu'iilu tiguietimn/ 1 ,,
I1 it uft11111: /'1 lvtlnnl' lea I tin I-onl fiutory .it I I Dc-troit I I'hc-v 1920( Northern Ciop Just Received

I hi" "The Sportsman Store"Ammunition. I MUM: I eleilu I .1' f.M': .! l 1\> i .tv! -' i"' I i.. \U' 'have hewn built "e.i< h n .ntl) ::
G Field : lower
atrc .e X1l : :
;" : I for i" 'ii.ii'i'1. J i nil> I li, ti, t I- fur suiie !laiiiiaiy I I. lll'-M: :! and h 'iw nianhai \
Fishinq. : Ta Lie. Athletic: ,., -e |T'"t ".--e, tl i ,' <)KHI,,, ." i I lieen ':n].ld'I"<{ retail ''c i-turner.
Good.. CimpniK. I3asel.ill. 'I 1 lenni.*. t 11 I "1' 'UHII (iMItl'l' I i.t, the 1'"tt-l Slates : Samples and Prices on Request r

r' Boy Scout and football Go"Dol'/ Produced' I1' I It'- ered.l.inuaix '
I' The IIf'I'd I bus, from ,thit'lU'ity I I '._._'(.... .,
.. :!'K.vsi'f
Onion Sets Seed Potatoes
Furni liing., Cutlery. Baseball Uniforms of Just"ArrivedPratt's [
I '. ' "Tit' ae'e rl.iyThe i 1-MiiJua'iy) .t:.,:'iiir( ,it: 1.1)1\< !

Tennis Rockets ic-strunK dame i :March _ til;]I.KK(> M7..:!:21
lower inthe
>"ni ptir.ihoutwau
rt '
J day. Out Board !Motors and Felding leased at five! permoir ',.] Stock Remedies and Tonics I Dr. LeGear's Stock Remedies and Tonics

Row Boats.JACKSONVILLE. I for city business and council meitinirs. Total -- ___ _127,074 20 .OJ2: :! Pratt'. Poultry Remedies Dr. LeGeu'i Poultry Rem dira. \.
Thin art ; showing that antua'l l sales for the .'
SPORTING GOODS by thc poor ,condit'ion'Iof wns mllde.IIC'I'tllary' the first three months of. 1)21! exceeded.roduction Poultry Supplies Insecticides Spray Materials Dips and Disinfectants, .'Pyrn

., COMPANY I that was used ;> ;j.\;', / vV'.: *{joofi'*:';'' (; by .,80,958 }Korcl cars and Sulco V B Armour's Fertilizers .
trucks) "
129 W. Bay Street Jacksonville I -''
,. llenly Anderson., Vivian I IXH-, Lena. April requisitions! already specify
Pierre >fnrietta PL'nn. :Nellie; I lut1 | l"7,71ii! additional ears, and ,truck1.IN -
- - ------ I 1 fur and I'all! liryan! weitthe tl?- e-iimn'i-cl; .\rivil output of .
j 'leeteil, in the trvoiu ."-- ,."/ ..'1'111"1
OLD STANDBY FOR in the ii( ni tig/ di'i lalal.n t "
,. j i i-lo-i- if the' term !I II .

j. ACHES AND PAINSAny i I Eel Ujiynes -and, Fr..d] 'I'- ..,krl'' I'I'I '
I : '
; balgrdii'1 h -tealtnir a 1 1"\ .rlrnr
\ - TIL' \to Tune It-t., meld. ' guts boll
man. or woman' who ket'PfISloan' 1 'it'll \V," ,r 'ewaidcd to j.'i.! to ax"Jiit,
that bandy will toll you | \c\ "anion 1 \ ..I' the' gland" ill 1\11 1I Fords drs IR
::' same thingESPECIALLY I

,( i I .Mi--, Klortie !HIVJIM ..wd1": K.; A\
thow fr"'
J \ rheumatic t\inic iiirntly j 1"1|hou'rr rnjnrwl> x'lirl'U' \in a i; inir.'i -
..; 'r.lrrilalll | :' \ in north I 1I-s'l'ate., / 1'lv"I'r
r"U/ll/ < Sluau'd Liniment -
t i : hut "-iTe dii\inn' ran into anit
.j sc liters the coti,,c-Mimi ami >rnr-
;.; traits without rubbtnf to the! ulilirtcd am), and, thiWOIIKMI \\ee |111I11'"' TRADE MAR I'
5, part noon relieving! the ache and pain. I l'eteut't' the bugyy' a" it nvei turned

ri\ Kept hardly and/ uiutl everywhere !; \'f hriieuore broken. ,
for reducing and! finally climin.itin the
} ,., pains: and aches of lupib.'iKO, neuralgia i | Two days were requited. to ,try out
In- huge alligator the :Mahnir!
? muscle Ftrnin MifTiios( ia, fpr.iins I on
i tntiisce! and the n"\lIt of f-irm. .\ tunnel fifty feet long/ and' I .
''r \'oujn't l'ass'hant ;its Mi' mlalini; "'i"h, ] feet deep huh' lift n iluii- li\- t IheIulnn.t.'r .
beall odor. f which i>"' :'-.I'cd tweiilv
; hy that it will ilo you C nod| I ISloan's "
.; Liniment is soil by all drub | I hree feet in length.Tl :! .
/ list: 35c' ilk, $1.40 = (
follru" in" fan 'Inch il ntlil1'i .\,
I HIM'i, ', ..J! ",' :ji'l\ I' ',rtnent! ;" ni.
'J S1oa2j ""I I n '''" (I'I i tie "Hit-' lira: |I.' /
I '\ 'ltli'4! he cafe( ;, """al': "a'M-r.ljef!!: Ford..,. s
i I "i1"' K i Im', II "it pi! .uitl (lirntoti I
: Liniment ( 9 II I I K.: _
j : u-t A He ml n. "1' 0u -11, tor.iir 4 t
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in 1 Innn) t All glnb! !
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,' I I.- flniil' .Intnlaiou'ntinn' i of the -
: \ ,',"', '''''on I'm-: ti" be held, : a
\' in (Orlando! next nioiit h the date I .
':.; Over Oft/ year* ago a. young phy- bong) Mond'ty! and :'rne-dav. :M'iy Ii.! I
,r i I 'clan) practiced widely In Pennsylvania mil I 17mil t every vndncemi' nt ,is beiiMr $625
i ,1 and became famous fOF bis uniform made to havt a prci'jTani, lIm I .it

will be of interest to all the mcinher f. o. b. Detroit e
I h success In the curing of disease e>
It is propose.) to have such Y
This was Dr R V Plerro who afterward I' 'I'ertainnieiit, ax will fin elms monent -
A' established himself lu Buffalo I ..if the time that ran !1a. paled, Every bolt and bar made of the toughest steel that science can produce; every piece of metal 41(

N. T., and placed his "UoldptU-Med- I froiri, I the bii.iness. of thseveral, nestiin put there for a special purpose with ample reserve strength to withstand the most unusual strain;

,'w 1' Ical Discovery," !In the drug stores of I state' that The hotel dun' accommodations ntitit' of affnirs will and every drop of kerosene that goes into the tank transformed into power-that is the Fordson Tractor.
the United
States When you feelrundown 1 Miftire to fare for rnembor of
out of sorts blue and despondent the I.ejr'on in the tate and i areorwardinir Whether it is required to drag the implements of agriculture across the fields or to turn the y

u \ a try the energizing Influence < propaganda to that I'f.fl'.t wheels of stationary machine., the Fordson will do all that is claimed for it and more.
; of Golden Medical Discovery in tablet tn all Pouts in Florida ; and
y or liquid focm. Nearly million there is no doubt that every member We will gladly demonstrate to you this the most powerful tractor for its size on the market.
t "* visiting/ Orlando will I be wi' pleased

%A i { bottles were cold last year.: lot the reception given.A X. :Er X 1V.I: cC> :N'" S ..
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W- mohin-jt'i; ;; invented; makes
Mexican hot tamales ,
rr t' at the rate of
joints that ache. It relieves bone
100 a minute. s
7 ache muscle ache and neuralgic KISSIMMEE, FLA.

pain. Three size, 30c, <>0c, and $1.20 Parrels and casks. especially those

i per bottle. Sold by Koberson's Pharmacy. . used for are sterilized in Ger- .
.* a many by the use of ultra-violet rays.

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-I, twelve Inches, and* Iho'. cond story I. the underalirned a. fipela1 MastpP' witf 1. the Best baIt orLot 2and 1
not teas than Inchea; for In tbla cas wil on Monda,,- Id Lt and < of Hlock One -lii
- Suffered For Fourteen Tear II CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS J II! buildings of thr..two1v. ...; tho ArM dar of May. 121 during the I... Lt. f. 6. Lt .

.PI'Y' not lean. than, aixteen liichen.tlie 'hour of .1"! at the front doorof 1. and Two'WLoV.; ,
Rich wood. W.JTa.-Deforce thertr second itory nol I.... than twe'lvaInehvH thl Court House In KlBBlmme-e, CM I S.1 3. 4. 5 I 4. 7. s, 0,. in 11. 12. is. 1

of Dr. .1'ie.rcVa. medicine. I could and the* thud story not le-B County. 1'1'ld. offer for ..alo I 14. is. I" IK, if. ZOo 11. IS, 24. 11. ;I
N I.'MKROI: ttlMIII. IIAIIUOHJDdo.4..I 114(1'slSVKR.U. FOR SALK Forty .nc'reM nt that good, than Iwe-lvit h.h"I. and nil party and sellnt for .R.h 1 J. and 17. nf Hlock 'l'trt'e ta 1.; Lots 1.
_ hardly wlk: ._- Ok8'ch"b. vounty land $10 per 'aUI built for .> ue eif more than hand to .thv hlKliosi bidder the foi *. 0. U. If 18. 14. 11 anel of liVoctf
across the ., ,, liullelliiK aero Kennla. at llasettO'OfHcei.: ;' ll'lf our owner sluSh not tie lean than fourInelieB. letwlnir. descrlbc-el property altunta )n, ''Vtff (Sj of Block Mix .H! All of

L !Iou... I auf| lot.. Ki-ntcrs. own )'our owti Inniie. - -U thicker I him above leeioira"rnenlB <>... ..01.' t'OU\Ii'. orloa. o-wlt ..Mlnrk Seven j.I bll i)' it jot anil builda Inline. 'be .Itielependeiif Foli' HAI.JoJh..p: one lluU-k four In : no buidl'l .erected tine him- The t quarter ) nftho HfI) .' All of Rleuk Nln. (6) onel all of ,
forod for then 110 .Iitiv. van order gOod lunnlnit order or will' Iradofor dr.. feet ahall Iin ..I''ct.dII Bouthwest qUI..t. (S'4V'4). ; -the I' ..... Ven (Ill. or tt..i. Florida Fruit
'I fourteenyear }..." tei m.."... Wean. sell > ou lots Smith l ..rct: nile iooiU-4Uano .mild lire In.1"1.i. unleni provided KiiBl-hair (K'< ) ( the Northwest. Rell Hale-B Subdivision!
: *. 1I1t Oil e any payment plans add our $2110; onei r.oet. aewInK, '. ..lh! brlek. I' .or stone lire eiuarter" INW"ot the Hunt hwi'Bleiuarter t''NIti.r.1 "CIlpn)1 I to
.T r'nt" 11 ....0" biillel a heitneiWIS : also rU'i"nlt l"Vnnl..d.. of the thik" ... mentioned In (1\ ,. ; Fractional South Official Pint of -uc..urdl.I.. .thl ..
after taking fit vi.: an fXiellent hoiiie. to tent : not 1ater than April 1. one hoiiMe tills Bee tlon, lt IntervnU' Of thin west. .. ($4V4) of time North.t as recorded the Public Record.
Dr, Pierces ] will |\acatief May' 1: nieiele-i two. clone In or two nr three. rooms for hUldre fed .anil thn roof of every ... qIA.t.. TNB"4) : tho South two. ( Iseenla County.monO Klorldii. In I'lat
Fa vorlt. .tor', seveii-HnnniB. IniKe irnrn (.. husband and wife U. DIckerMon.11tfo. 'mldln ere it I'd therein, .hRI lie of thi tils (14 of I Wist half (w.'%) I lleiok No 1, pages tf> and 6e. also the
/. nnel *ii i.dpii. Will I I sell.I: e HSV pavV14 I 4- .Ia' tlln nine, tin I or Incomtuiatthli of the Snutheast quarter SKVi > nf South half of the Nurlheast eniahter;
&j Pre.crlp. I \ IIAVI5. It splendid furnished., tienrx. iuat.>rlal to. tin approved by the Southeast :. tlon and Dr. 1 close. In: I Immediate.. lieiBSe.sslotla FOR SAJ.K-One nets Electric WallPlate. the citv covyiteil.lrovldd Nine ( HI. Twei. le-r. the Nort h..t quarter of quar-the
( Ptorcesfloldon $: ..o,. Time on iinrtl7"uKnilOKANUK Practically! new. At a rea .Hint It .hltl! I be lawful to Iv. I3) South of HatiKej Tililv| '(JL.j" Southwest eiunrter and It,.. South half
I IJUOVIwell; I loenlert. ,iealbnririln aonable., price. Apply Valley Qa- ereCt or cnnietruct "nll addition 'nlt. I of the H.uth..ast--iunrter. of the North- .
-, teiniM. l I..t us sheivv von ntt. 7-tf nol to exeuiel' 1(1 feet by 1 feel In AIJO, Reirlnnlnit aLa point Sixty I west inmrier tIE Hi-cllltn Nineteen < .
.1. Medical IISXCKLUCNT RANCH well lolPteid ----- the rear .of, brle-lc Ktoren. mi Cliii It ..", (tint Yards: \\est e>f theNiitheist Townslilji ((21) .11)
:-': :1': Discovery tine iii' k rfroiii teple lldlel Illlpioveme -- roil SALK--Om. Nash touiinv ear ti> I, of Home I Incomliiitellble! niati-rlal eoriier" of the N< .....rt..rN I I Runire Thirty (Sell' Eat. Also Nt'i "
i' ntH. MTeiltiK l roll,rrriv e-e4ilipeel: I : anilI and one* llnyiioa .CVCII-pltNNeIigOI' upptove-d bV the city eouncllAll I. ( \% ; ) of the $ ."HI qunrturHVH of NVA U and N.4"4 ur .
_ t o ether I IlirHii KIOM'. Just I II.. pise.e t.. tcreivvI touring car Roth of thefte, at hit, '- I nr.l I*.mnciN ot' ..4>artM of oiellnance I ( I of R..lnn Nine >, in 'ro Nn. tionnl NI i4 e>f N('.)! 11an" fra.-Twp.
_ p-ith tb. Pleasant Pellet*. I can work I Intel lug| valueAlaei snme> ve rv* train PrIcN. W*. II Maklnnini. ('10'. ('H In con1liel. here-wltli. be and the Khlii Twetit (2S) Sftith of Kanrfe.Thlrtv I' 25. Ratixiiu, UKtionnl of NWV4 1. frao-
all day and never get tlred.-MRS. e-he-np: lane-h pleipertv. vvlutestoe K I 2-U HII me; a. . h"'obl" lepealidReael i (90) Ka.t. nnd from th-ne-e 'I 8W or or Sn' u. Twp.
MAQG1KPKHK1NS.: lives nil the vein with no rn". Iti eipi tei BBIOII tun North Thirty' ISO Heitre, East I asR 30.
m, RlT rald. i! fee-d; except; pastuiaKe. .un1.I tV..s and P(1R SALK -Two o.\s' ...1111. '4-year .ne] bv u'HlllmO'" connent placeel." u I'- in the niaruln of Lake Seat Tohopekalltra Thl.. the hat doe of Apr; 1921.
I, Drive I full pin'Hi'ulnrs to 11I1".I..d parties old uize' ,velvet. one dark blue ono I I Iin BI ""' tuadhiK I and ,I pa"sirHue hence In a Moutheactorly) di.raction I I*. R KARMKR.
All druggist soil| Favorite I! dark Rreen RtiHslan nt)'li'. white >. anil uniiiiiniounly paiHed thin &Iii nlonir saId marirlii i u point Rhprlf of Osceoln COllnt,.. Florida. 4
Prescription i: FINi l; tiiieklnu' . In ml fen. ....I.l 1 i collar and cuffH. d..lachat.l.Noarly. dl> of \pill .\. I. 192t due a point Forty ( I'll' rods !
and Medical\: Discovery IHO'\I on easv. payments! tSee. UK <..i.itiiirgatna i new Applv aOl Main street. 49-tf M M nuK\Kii:. Kast Nt"ld Northeast. corner ei( said II-l
JC re'Mldent of i'ounellR !! SorthW..ll qUR"'r (NWSO rf Houth In "
Court for
I .kiLl, quarter (RW,, ), ""' South to Clr.ul the Si-vontcrntlt
_ I.IiT'oun: !PROIIRTY with us Coy, FOR BAI.E--on. Kmereon Typ.wrlterniodel 1 ''. of th of -
'DR. R. J. DENNING Koi>d H"r..I.1' lci. three vlalhle a. good a. newj .1. <11I.RI.RT the South In. of Lot Two 2). theiiceAcst ida In Crcui Uncciola. Ilat. .Flor-In

\\' : IIXV'K tvvei e ll,'DIB (*.i KOoel bilsltn Apply Valley tiacette. tf city CI.rl<. \ ,'d South linn to the Chanrrr Ha.... )
j _ __ of 1.nrl"I. H widow
DENTIST KB hl..I' I In KlHHtmmeeC1IK I Approved April C. 11:1. point beginning "ontalI"1 Seven and unmarrli'd. romplalnantu .
'KK.RANCH I on lemit. l-iin ir-'OR SXLn. For Rent Purnlnlnd CAIU5U (7) neres. nteireor
parnient : RoSin
\m M: Kvi.nM.
ft iii!
Over the Postoffice. closet! I in. ueieul. la nil I lillI" I UI.OIIIB anil N. Tn-spaas Careln. 10 1-t MavorFOIl ALSO: .ReKlnninir at ,-""t... vt Sec. Hill to Quiet Tit IP. Oi"
41 r..pond..n.l. -
_ ( .. $.)ltrtIdEi.MO I! ci nts each at The Gazette office ton Nine (9) runnlnir l "". North d"r I Publication The Mt
ti. of
I %OIm( : IM BLICATION.Dopartmi Three Hundred .md *
OFFICF? HOURS 9 to 12:30.: 1:30: to I 49-lf U.
IIEAI.i % WANTED.I 'at of the Interior IT s Land ( 80) Yard to t.ieke, 'h nee letitrn'Inft" "Iorld.
Residence Phone 174-' !! ____ ')rfle., nt .iraneeIllo! Klorleia March to ., Werlnrlr. run Minnie M Ii5vana.' Minnie Kllr
*!. 1 thence West ta' Two Hundred andTwenty Jrnoktn. 1. Torr.v and Joiinpli
OfSce' Phone 158 FOR SALE I IW'.\NTLIi; : -.-; work bv 17vtiutolil : :1: l !hercbv gIven that John (220) tl.ence Norlh ( Torroy. her : You and eui-h
NO"I' t Y.rd.
< hoWill do anvthlnic. ln\all.l LouRhman. Florida who about Two and Twenty of you are hereby commanded to appear -
- FOK HAI.III'In.. milk tow ami, fuui- i par.MitM. d.. pending on me for ...uI ,,- on Fehruarj" It.: 191U made lloment "SO) Yards, to L hi'here". In nnllasterlv In the above entitled CHUMP on 1
"nontht.-ld 1 liHI. ... mlr I I \ h.t rg..I.." port Address ilotmton Wtttrht. -ad Kntrj. No 014483. for NW',4 of ; I dlre-ctlon I .along the meanderline the 4th day' of July, A. II 121.: und to
Tot. H<>m.*un.... "...11"..... 1'OHtntnci' I KlHHiinme.t Florida U-x HVVV4 81 ctlim S3 M. fine said Lake : whero All poraoira claiming an Inlereit Intn
Township S, o to a point
:. ___
Pox 103. Oranlr < ,'nter .l"loi'lila. bouthwem quarter of (Ii North-
I P. A. VANS AGNEW j Rnnire 27 K. TallahuBBee. ?Meridian the line first In this d"l..rlpton drawn .
I 19-2tx i FOR RENT him filed notice of Intention 'o makeThriejenr Inter".I. with the m.nd'r line of o..t qUlrh.t nnd the Wamut half: of the
- _ Routh"1 quarter of Section 7. In
--- -- - to .stabllah. . *
--- I'roof claimtu about
I ATTonsI.v..T-I.AW SAI.I'Nh.; .. Mo... C. ...... IItll.!.! .. HOK IU'IT"IIn") ; rUt 111..1",01 houxe- the land ...bod""rlb.l., heforo .h. ..k. .ontllnlnl< ae rt-B nf the Township 26 South. Itunve 29 East of
r oFFicrs ,' I" "xcellyt rn.lf.i.! n. .. wIth h the Circuit ,: TallAhUHH4 meridian. In Onnuila ('oun-
bath Numbered Two
1."lnK ronniH > Court. at Klwiimmee. n'J' ( 8) In
11..n I I .,... i1i1 "..t.. ynovirl .OHt *IOO--IH rl.rle tot l)'. Florida under Itobrrt M. "; J
I 116; South 1 "eI'. month ol season, A ,...., tnii nlfi ... on the fith dav of Mav, 1121Clilmnnl (9)) Township Twentv-
Orange Avenue bU"lCllln I u' C 3d.I"'H: .! 1'.H'Orll.! to RUlt lint. li.'iitlnii, l n\.enui ii a in.H ax wIlncaHex "\... 1 CJ5)) South of RanKe Thirty (30) W Collier and Nurd. |>. (.'oili'r. hiswlfr.
'< :{W\. Kisi.inyni., I M J. HIikH, Mlnnltt nilxa llrookInii -
The PalniH MilI I- H <1 Kaat
of i
AddMHK "
I :: __ : l.m..I< .
u I ;:; tilirimitK.. Tnrre)' nnd Join U.
Orlando Florida bourne Miaill.. Flolldu. Ih I'l. Idli 'lor-I MILTON PLKOCKR.
I II'.n N.\LI'; ; OII, 1.<'n'lo row "hln:: I A I Torri\'. h,'r hUHhnnil. Raymond \.., -
-- --- - ---- - Sullivan of I.oiiKhman. T As Spi clnl Mnste In Chaneery
<. ::0;... \.1rs II yl 1 ('r.ui J nlor. n bachelor. -
POll! It isr; 1'niniKhed. llsit \\ RIlarrlH I Ida KRIRPS & STKttD: Ludd..nC"mph..lSmlll.
Homo Arldrews !. :: 1yi.: ','''!l ..I'I i I 1'.. I I n .. ..
: II:1/1 lie orn! 14-ti .1,,I Aelilisiin.. of I...u .mu n. FloridaI. Sol I, It urn for (CompPetnant 16HtIl1t ..'oral.n. I -
I Winter Florida I -----. I'. .. llrilh. of o"'r'an), Ir KI..lnnw. Florlda -
1" "i1 S \Il ll. gla.I' "'ii hlo.! ,1.l1in', ,, "Ihu. MISCELLANEOUS. ( I.ulhlnn.1 A\ E TO ("HFmlTonsIn : a Florida cut.II'r.I.| : .,.. toW

_ __ ____ ----1 .... ,l.arglyt, vi II olyl "i11; will lleuistir. 11. okl..nn .mnlnmll. I I Floridalorponitlon
I..11 ro, .2f.II, II I, I I", fill., (.'..11011. - - - - 1-H or alior If any of
I - ------- (curl of tke ( einntr Judsie. ()..c.olaI th.l.
- -- A."" ..".. ",11101. yy4y,. yf, n..z. tl... 1'"OIlIJ IIANH <:< )(1F1i4| !" bought.. MOlil! ] FL Ntale of Klorlda. .Ii.' Hnnn. In. dcci.aaod or d*.funct. 01othirwlni
I Kq"lmm., 1 4-t. and npait.Ml The rHSino 44-tf !o'rl n.'y. I cliilmlnK i i an i ii t ert then
LEWIS O'RRYANATTORNLXATLAW -- -- - -- - _. -- -- -- -- --- -- -- - In .
Is h..r..h l \ irtvin that I tic ]In r. : of llenrv ou .r. h.r..h. i oiiimaudfd to up-
I..nLE ('.n.if.t 1",1.! i ....iyl.yy< .. 'InIIv \\ 1'1'11 31'H! I'\'I lNr. PROCLSs" .. I ..NlTI'r I '1"1'1'1'1010": : : TUP! To (1..1,1' Le.Kntee.I, F'rt. ,'nr In th.. abo\i> entitled I t.a u.. on
,' \\tlh ''' 0 I'H .l.arj.aIn. will! ma I.. lieu \ tin, old! l..d..1 ilothiMi, lOHMVTleiN. I "I the Id! ; ,,,... I.... .., I .....1. .. ..,II .. ,' inSPKC1 \| TXsciloeiL tei. and ni t t t Pirseins, hav'I ln g CHIm'i
ii pi g '11 I Iii P t. The Till" 1 11"I Soiitli ili.inir.ninu. ( I liisrrtici tvlll hi. l \ the Honorable 4' < I. Andrewrn ,-
pi.Bintidto in I iiKalnst Kstate
Warner I." . ..a, .I."..'I.t ::0.1 M'I'h..r / .'. .1'OHtoTfli.! l ltv HIIS Oiltiii.loriorida theIVuril. i.f Pulill;,. Instruction, I: : of Vnej I"ma""ld each of v' Kali. hi.rebynotltliil ; an Jug of the nhnve .
Building "HKlm" 1 I-.r I t-i Ifi .... name an ilerk und tin
elvi 4 .
.la iiiiutx Plot] III.a. at 'thi rcuil1 and re ; : Real I of RHld. Oi>nrt nt Klnnimmie 1 la. nuetltiK .f .,,101 Iteiarel called, foiin line] elimandH, vvhleh > oil. e>r.Illi
; no orloil. a m. M"nd %\ (liy: 2ndPKIMPIOV ,. ..r of vnu. IIIIM )l.lvI' itKilnKl theslnte <' .1" "'..umty. 1-.1..1,11., on tllln Hie Stat|
i ... .. tcO.- BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED ILLINOIS CLUB WOMEN I I 1421 of Henrj' II Fcrtle, dee-e.nseil.lite I. lay of A pi!II!, A l> !1021 .

M. TILLER IT .\ Sh'Eil.T.: TAX SIMI001.DlHTRll'T undi, iieltni ,.\icntnr of said, .estate 111, cult Court Seal .
I - Clerk I Com I, OKI ..olaCount
vtilhln two fieim Clr..1 .
(ii..inI h'n'
) tarB
I fter Ixmir niisM-d f", thieeweeks H"llIlzinl hat overloaded! timk \\.... the unilei I pi nniiHintlnif I of \ "

Real Estate Agency. I dUi inl whiih time his son are destroyn.R pnvt-d highways HS n"r' H'.o. fnnith 1'1'. of tin. I DiUil I Incembet. 6. A. n. 1120 V. IIASS.Cnunnil . '

nnd his son's wife who had, been oc' rapidly as thocan lie built, dub iinalifled. ihttorB( who PIN tax ..n J L OVKRSTRKKT. lot Coiniiluinalit K- 1X1NOTK
I "tilil or pitHuiinl' within, Ii.' !qt
,. taSflssstnatanntnaanaat propeitv' t Kxi'cutor
cupjing his. home and living off him.' women of Illinois towns ao( joining<< h..llal.... I tirrltrirv'. pi'tl- -- -- 'K UP KI.Kf-IIOM.

4 Realty Bought and cold.Mouses !'and. .suddenly i left\ for part* unknown" in a mo\cmint to regulate I lIft tinfdo l..n BOi'Iwnt.I'e' .r (uhll Iriatrtictin ,iIiI(1; n, "r"I'I"Tn''OH .
< ount> i. to nn ( Kor .. Notlci ,la heri'by KVI* 'n that an i < -
II .r OH..oll .
the bodof (; 1 Rr\nnt 1111.1sixly
Jeorge .ni
as .on"'rn the loncieto rood'' . UI'I.r. .
rented. ]h tlon to termini' win tin r not Ion will b. hi'Id within the followInffdeiirrilied -
yeaiu, with ,skull! rushed with hat are -hemp fmi'"lird in their com the. follow I IIIK. '1..I.t ti'rrltorBhall.. .. I curt of Ike loaMy Judge, Oseretlnounlr. tiirltory. to-wlt 4

Taxes paid and Titles verified | ::1 window weight was found about In unit iet<. h.. fox mi'il Into : .il Tux School <' Stale at I-lorlele. KcKlnndiK at thi. Northeast. corner -

for non-residents. mile' outside, the citv limits.. ofI UlHtrle tKetfinnitiK: of TownshIp 2& Houth RanKeSM .
one At special business of
I a meeting I at I the. Northcaat In re Instateof; A"dre. Cotter man.ele East. a,," run thence Wevt on
Fire. Life and Accident Insurance I Oilando' rutlelv !buried. Neighbor-- the Women' Club of ("rcto Illinois! of TownHhlp 25 South HanKe. 27 .orn.East e.eased the Township line to the point

say I bet e WHS "bad blood", between a town lluitv miles south of Chicago' then running \VeHt ,alontx the Town- Notice is hereby Klven. to all whomIt .h.r.. ShlnKle r..k crosses such
I I the son and bis fat hey and many ugly on the Dixie" Highway is. voted to Bhip line to tin) Northwest ,'urn... ofTownBhip may conn.rn. that Oi the I fit ii dav' line. th. nti Houtherl>.' and eaalerly -
Bonds. 2r South Rannre 27 Kaattheiicn ; of .Ma. >. A. D. 1121. I Hh..1 apply to following the meanderln
Indemnity j rumors are life because of the spare no effort in ttvinc; to save South alone: the ltaig.Iiu, ,". to the Honorable I. Judge of of Raid Creek to point where

: leaving home of the young man and the new $80,000! cement boulevard uthwe,t cornet of TowtiHlln 25 Kald court as JudKe ol Probate, said Creek emptti.. into Lake. To-
u.... . . ... .. hopeknllRa thincn th."lt'rl' .
for final
I hit wife following the day when the t hat the centre of their 'tr RanKi27 KaBl theneci Eamut my dlMrhnrKc as Almlnl..ta.trl" : rolowlnt
runs through
r : n] the Townnhip line to the South of the estatc of And. CoU.r- \" ..hor. line I."k.:
elder Bryant was. lost sec n -and the town from the same fate that the "0 orn.... or Township 25 South.Ritip'e nun. diceiBcd: and that at .the nametlin / In .a Southerly direction -
o V KRIBRS \\' J STKI I'I':l fact that no lltem.wa.. found about Hixie Highway between Steuer and 27 l;3ast, thence North atonl I will pri.sent to sttd Court my to the Section line between

bod\ of I the f.uiyie; home the, RnnRe line 10 the pl.ici. of final accounts as. Administratrix of Section 9 nnd 16. In TOWH-
./ KRIBBS V STEED Ilh" Chicago heights! built two years ning. < said iKtati. and iisk for their approval .hlp 26 South (tang29! Hunt.thonce ;

ago Western avenue. the cement R P. i Plowe due Hiial across ...Id Laketo
Alt.r.eyM ..d ( ousmrlors .! law W. I II.! Boyle! a ptominent businessman road to Chu-aifo, the Roosevelt road H (4 Hancock. I hat'd Mar h SAD. miKI.IXAKKTII the Eastern shore line, thence
KI...lsss e-->. FloridaGrmrrmt .}f Orlondo was. diaggtd from I' T SulllvunK COTTI-.RAN. Norlh..1 following th.nre line
bis. in which his, wife and und other cement roads. through; the : ItavennP 13-1t Adllnl.lratriz. / the Section lineh'twi'en
.. buggy weRe H .
p.a.tlem. !a all Sae *
tate have suffered from heavy tiuck 26 and AS In
L ailed statrsi Ceorts. children hi" miles the (1I.I.r S.\on.
taken into
\ users. I' I. .NOTKK Of AII\\IHTH\TOR Tonnnhlp . Kanife XII
-- -- country stripped, whipped with rubber H: K. Carter ( For .. >.. ...) Kait: thence Rant on Bald Hectloti
Such credit to the
are no
Ranui line dl\ IdlnstHanK'B
1'J. hose. and tarred and feathered J A Mlnnlik Hue to the
W. THOMPSON state and no pleasi-re to tourists.. or tm Court of Isr nuatr .d... Oseeolaanitr. Zt and 3O thence North
, i by a gang of ruffian' The reason iiuto owners to say nothing of theios 16.5 (' H'al..1 FlorIda on alfl. RIIIIKIline to the place. ofbeginning.
o' the assault was the testimony IKK 1O CONTH '(TOH5Nolle .
Funeral DirectorAND given by Boyle against one R I.. | to the people who pay taxes and! In re HHtnte of Joseph D JeffordsNotice on the 21 lit da>. of Ma) A">. 1931,
isseat>mcnts to build them. ... IH h..b'. given that bids I".r'hy irlve-n. to all whomit for the purpose of termlnlnn whither '
Wilder recently convicted of misconduct The one mile retch of cement will be lecelVed bv the Board! of County mav' concern that on the 12th day or not said above-de0crlhed terl

with five young girls. toad r.mmla..lon..rA' of Isceola.. Countv of May, A. I). 192 I shal apply to tory shall he a II I tax school dis
through the village is from 30 1.'lorlda, up to and Including 10:00 A. the Honorable Judge of trict.: who shall be the truuutt-Ca for

Tampa is in the throes of a plum to 4R feet wide and cost the assessment M. Oi Saturday th. 7th day of Mu,'. said Court a. Judge of Probate for Bald dlBtrlrt and for .d.tCrmlnlnl the
:/LICENSED EMBALMfR payers alone along the street A. 1921. at t h.. ... of the* Clerk tny final dlscharR-e aa AdministratrixoC number of mills of blevied .
bers' strike. .
Employing plumbers nf Circuit Cnut t of said County : the estate of Jeffords and! coU..ted annually for ,the '
are asserting that they will no longer $44,000, and the dub In taking UK Hi KlBslmmeM.. Florida for the con deceased ; and nt thn o''oIlim I wlIlmr.munt f ensuing two yearN, .

Store and Chapel Stewart Ave. the same wage to the man who initiative in sending petition to tho .sliuctlon of approximately six miles; to Bald accounts The followln' r named peraoni are

KISSIM.MIOPL FLORIDA pay that Secretary of State, Governor; ,. State of hard aurfaee. road In Speiclal Rond .as .\ said estate. appointed to net nt .Maid election a.
down" the
"licH on job they .
and iTridge District No.4and: for theunle and ask for their approval I Inll".to"l and clerk :
pity the real woikerMayoi I Highway Commissioners. Public bf Rlithtv Thousand Dollars Dnte-d March 17th A D. 1121. H. N. Ufatton. T N. Clark. and H n.Oulee. .

Utilities Commission Chicago Motor l S ''.(oou uill) nix I .pirieiit H"'ld I bondH lAY 'F JFF"'ORIR. InnpectorH. and M A, -" rmer.JIOIK '
: Thompsdn of Lul./tllnd. has I ("lull. State senators nnd tepieRonta'liven for lonstrucllon, of leiadie HIII, ) 14-st l clerk
In said, DlBtrlctPlans ------ - -- f lhe> ltoard of I'ublli -
bonl.r I
,suspended T P Allen chief of police and other women's clubs] asking 0 n.J ($ I mihi. ..xatnlned >OTI K (>' Minim's: !' iio.lTndi . InHtructlon I In, and for "H<'olcounty.

DR. BUCKMASTERKISSIMMEE'S .Ind O. K:. Wiggins lieutena-nt then support in the movement 01 HI."Inlon.. the ofnei. of : Florida Ililn I8lh d,, or April
the Clerk of the Com.. of ( ( i i and hv virtue. of a Final I De .
for thirty das. pendIng, an investigation 1o save the cement rods.: < Circuit I IK' A I) 1021
(-,'ol" Counti', Florida ut KIsaini.e i.I.n I 01 f en i i "Hur. in the CltcuitCiiurt , W HAMS "hlll..mH"Au.1
on the charges/: of "non-pc: - ; I Itluhl Is riMervid .. i d.| 'i i nilv. 01, of (iu(.',.olii ,'..Uflt'. In the e' IHeif t 4'
for mam'c. nepligeme m peiformHni i Chamberlain's Cough Remedy all pm pinpOKalv s M I .smith.i ,i-ompl!.linnnt I \'HU'' C R Vow.'II.Connlv .

of duts. and miscondui in offue" 'I'he4 great benefit deii\ed from the J I.. OVKRSTRKKT.lerk I .1 I K liiiniaH 1 ili fi.miaul', the. undirHiuned Sli pci lot..,d'-nI and, S..i.retary -
<' nf the ,' of i'nuntvComnilHslimei ' Speiiil I M.i BOI "lhl'
W K Bibby in rita mgiof the city use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy j jI ,IM of I<..c..ln Cnun I ihaiki iif 11",1 will .c..r lor Bali.. at l -8tNOTK

il1l'in..rlllol' has. In-en indefinite!" suspended I has been gieatlv I acknowledge by I IV. Tim'Ida 17-5toru J"hl' onteiv, . In .r the Court, .- - ---

l* OSTEOPATHOFFICE by I the mayoi' manv :Mis Uenjitmine K Blakenev I I : I..u.. dnin. In 11..lmn..i Flotilla. til K "' < ItKDI'l'HH
\ K: TO i II\ ritA(IOIIH II"h. Ildd. ennl.. nil, Mintel (
I Deoatur I III.. writes. : "C'hamh..rlam'.1 I -M. I r Mnv 11-1 the fill I I'
The 1 AmerKuu i I legion I K I iv .: : ) ; I la I our( of lb.I planning Cough )Kemedv if by fit the best I Iiniclume Not !. I ii, I h.,1<.n. I that, hliln Inv; Inu eli ne i tin. I mil Hitn iIih., Ivlnir State,of Florida.
AT RESIDENCE: [110 hold It ....celeliiation New Smyrnaon for colds and coughs we'"' "II I... I '..I'.d 'h"I.,1 "rl'"n.111.1. and 1.lnl' in I !
: .
I ... . l "n", . or so, nine h tliirnf I nH Hhall, be .
I the I ouith of July .r .In \\iid
have used in f.imilv,] I . .1..1".1 In n UBtiit.'
of Avenue ever
our .
Corner Clyde ,
gave FI.'I.I.i .. ut. ,tl. 1111.1 1..1".1. In) ". 4M saiv to HntlHfv u ili 'f : CiidltoiM, LvKatel-n. Olntrlbute -
To '
I it. to my children when I'IIIa1for\ 'ot ,t. tile or April.A I mill e.eiBlB. ("-,It al 1 and Emmett Street Barlo18 to have a six -weekssunimei and have it mvself. hi. t ::2.] : at \ih. t.ffl,::. ir I ii. ('1.mithr ; \\ eat half I Iin SeitithiiiHt. DiniiinilH.and nil aifilnnt I..r."n. nald hA'ln.KHtatitiu "
normal I to onimeiiit* on I croup tnkeg! ( I II" .' ('.Url .r ait.l ....un"" eif. the )Nenlhe-iiHt; iju.irlii I W'4 4 of the ". hi'byiittlie
1 !\ 'I i i,' 1.\1 i lo- ,. ,,.,. nf NP'4.I 'mil. Ii'!.. SiinthiaHleiuartii 1 and' each > Ol. uie.
Monday( May 1 FLORIDA TIMBER NEEDS 1-10"'' r.r .. 1 of .t undiliilnm m. "hl",! to t" scull 1 any
of tin Siujthiast quartir
Ml' Ili u I. of n "' 10..1.1" flliICR ,
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1 : : Ii IK- f iii*,*n im amp the. 'iumat'I' (151.1. of Sii. I .
j DeSoto, is I badly exorcised SHOULD BE CARED FOR 1"'H' Ith. r 11 f > o" miiBtnte \ h.i\e nK lnBt theWlird.
county .. .
I SoutheaHteiuiirtir
eif N I Ii
I 11" its and aped Iflt tit limn ninx I h* .- ") hai d.. .
of (Chilli.. \\ ci RB .
OVCM the shooting and murder of alespecti" -- Hmln** : .hI1.c orc. of < >... ola Count > Florida to
cit 17.1Fr..d, B. I'lll who ;i Tlw I eXeeUtiVey.0Iiflhitte? o( the'Soiithiin I.*. "lWk .r I. 'lilt .'." On iif KnnlhwiHt. (iiiltrtl of Southeastillialtei Ilt. exi.i ulora of siiidstate., 0
CITYvMEAtjARKET 1 l.y ( i} 1"1011, tin",. nt ktaiitniin.u141n1'I I ( I'M eif S\\ 't of SKVi ) '>' .
lnl' .lute, h..r.-
healing a disturbance I I I in his! carpentei ) l'orestrcongress will hold . . . within two W.ITB f 1 0111 .1.
I. IH r< HI r\ tit 11 j* < t anc' .r Hertlon 12 Township, 2":; :i. R 2.
-shop eluiing the evening, took' his a meeting in Tallahassee: on Phut s-I I all I, Hast of I 1"I.l I. 121!

inn and went out to protect his i day April :2S, and the Honda I levelimnTlt .r 11 0VlltMThKtr: .u..I".II'.O nafejr deeel Api C: WAYNE \ARM
< 'lerK of" t lie Hoard of ('.iiint \ W J HTKKIIAH .
I Ii'
Three from Call ( Houd! bus arranged for the R 11 FLKTCHFR!
property> nu-ti? ,
,'umml"HI.n.I ', H ..r ( 0 0- Sp'. ilal MiiMlei" In <'haneeiMII.TIIN \
,trom Tie-Id I lieutenant B .1. Toohei.Seigeant '. ] l'om,ic"trv congiess, ! to IK> held | tFl<.ildti. 17 ItMIIKI' I I'l.piMiKitSnlllltni : |IQ-N' I':'xernti.rH of ",C.I

t ('hrisjan, and PilMilioungblu'h t ill connection; wilh the meet ting:, so ---- --- --- ., I fill <'nlllinltlitlll| | l -f>lNOIK
eil'M AH'I Kit'XNnliii I.": ----- - -- -- ----
\ were hunting/ i descitc-r I II i hat all who, an I : ;iiitt't.teri in ,icforstution h: III-- HM.KUneli

Fresh Mea.t and so it ih c'1 limed Stoi:; 'le* me I con <. and forest' fire <.lint mol con IH hi re.h\ ci. i ,n, tluit I iiniliTme ., 11.H..I

dieting. Tooher has been arjested have nn nppot tunitv to hear, cpencnced -\ ) h\ v" 'Iii. iiilnin I hlnil' OeI .i .",I l b v \littn eif' .an e-xcin-
<" ill i lin,, ut 441 full inn1!! i theHCU!
lie* In )lltuil y til III .t ) % i IHSII .
v: Vegetables fill I I the nun"del r 1' anil his companions foiesters discuss. the sub- Mm m h. .\ I I' I .1.1..1 I n..1 ,in tin. ,if tin, 1'1"111.0 Ciiint ,if HHiinli I ...".- 'Ii

foi being accessories. .|.IettItLEGAL .o ills" .f. F KlIlihM, .IH ('.".Inlnl' I t\ :Stlti nt )1",1.) ", i. undi I eluti' of
I V.IHIIB The. KlKHiinniii 1- .lull., 24lh t I .r. I In,. liinixi U .
pnn y. .1 Florhla I Ci," i : TucKe Mann Is 1,1."llf nne|. I'; I Leiiliv. .\
Phone 44 I IIt Ml"It 1 e 'oinpunv a I FI..rll. iT'orpm atlipli Iliaxs al.1 HII Il.iHM ." defendants.
I:;ii.1. of ,",,".. .i I ti,,. li.vliel I .mel, Hill ..ffC..r Bronchitis Flu
It ADVERTISEMENTS ii .I.., pni 11./. ." eir',nll.t tunl exl-etin"' snlu nod Bill UJ" ,. hilnBl anel be. .st For J'
, finilt, ilnnl of
it inli th IIMK .r 'the .,1. .f 1"1.- .,0,11" r. niBll. at u.
,.f HIIUBI' at . "IN.I.4,1. -
-- - --- - - "a. .nnl' I M Hnllncle ;IM ,r "ut KIH"lm"
tin si'.iti. ItiliK of I"" ."i 'musil''i .' e 'ountPloi'lil i. ..mi tin' flint, Memlev .
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PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING \"-1'U I.: 01"* 101''I.U % IIOh'OH .1I i (ti-rln In the. stit of KIIIIHIS th.vI, I cnlpoiatlni, ,. Iti |I""HI"| ,III' MIMliillii ..r May, 1X21 Ihi Him.. IHim, the Colds in Chest. -

I tI.E5). tic' are :n h nv. i tin. .iin, .{ tw, ntrun \' ," ill ii" e"lriiiil, ., i 'ourl nf the Jnel el.i. ..I .."lel ,,".nth anil, a leKalHiilen
Gllute"ed I I tarN it I* Iliei...fir, in.." l hat I .r In,1 lie'III ( ,'uI.r ml,.. daanel between t 5tioU.... or
All! Work ._ I I II" tinKilil, Hlilent it... 1''I'n'h ,.. I ,', IIM."k \ M nil two '
:\0lltt: IH |l4l I t h V 41i11 1 1 1 "I 1,e-H, IHIJU I II n..I4-r i finilmtie l h. ,' 'J"I.I." in mil f . ;icfuintv .1 '1 o i I ...k
'lOl'l. |tllt < ll..IHt.1 Off Tl\ '. ,itltU'.titi I II II md I I In v 11 i. h' I .h..i| uli eil I,. up- I IHi I . In .I"n, <" t Ihet f I. 'tin unilirwlftnid M itt said day. the rolowlnJ deaetlbed Ask Your Druggist.
: :
A. B. YODER I I 1M4 I "lat 1".1) tin. :,il .1." of .1 Mm,,, *. \ ii ti tin bill f e ? wiilnliil;| Illid/ mHnlil nie pe,.nil Mint'i' In this "nal I iBtet, Hlu.I.1!I said
f 1 II I lots I h in fll .1 ,11.1 l ... i t >'tI.t.,, tn ntUH, "1 01 l-ft. Mninliv] I )u I "in, .1." Mnnliith, Jrnl il i.v of I 1sI olii Ce>unt>: l'ior I the; ptopeit I
tilt .'fill t. .i nil,, fits in,nti) .*]'!,1'''< .' t ion I'll. ela\ orMI\ \ I Il I'12 I otlniveiHr I Ml\ ,V 1'l.M I. iluilrit! .1,. 'I'unlhnuiv 1 >' the fenilunt: tail Rasa. teHntlnfy > -
Kitummee Florida lit) til, X .1..1 I |I.. 'lM8ll'I" I I"I , PIone32l .. .,1| bKali .... enl
"III.1 1 1 Iltw .I'n '. tlifcliel- lioii I Ill KlRnlinmie. .. i .- - --- --- ---- -- -- -
--- S n..I l '* t 'tilh,' lit-' iI.i'Id's, .,t H (.ulfli \ FlorMn ofTet foi nnle, nit,,I
I..n ,:\ .I-M, : I,I. ,1 ,,i",: ) I I I Hit, iJii::;I ,..r"I.I ; i 1 I IH fiiillni, ..rd, n.d Iii..! this or.I..r H.I. .it pnlilli' nuUt\ fin,r't, ,It.
.A Rat That Didn't Smell After OBiinll < .eiunt. > I l'loyIi, ,. I I.. u "' I I.. pntiltHheel, 00. I. .i "-.. fin, tiiuV d In the hleihiBt Indrli, i. ill rul-l
V Being Dead for Three Month. 1 1". md 1'V II I .,,I I' IH I l.i: -","1"1) I ....K..II'1 .. w.. kq o Th.. K '....''mi., ... 1 low OtC diHintieil it, ,40'| ,1' Blniit, InI I
xisl, ,i.," nf td.1 1 tn Piohl..ct| I :l.'\ 0"1.; : nevvsp.epi pnbllBh, nl:" Ci.unl\ I 1"1.1.1"I I I
\0.. "l ,wr 'i ;it 's.-.l... ..1 1 'thrrr month.rilrtM;' J. I 1',1.I I !l.ul.e Mill, Division( ,.l' I.t "i il sit, !.! ei,ti n t .mil stat.h 11."KS (>ii' 111.. 1v.n l'i I I.nur I M )ISi 4L.1REARE THOSE hmH \- '
m>'kf-F\( J I. ,"' ,tin. rat cn> .1 li>. p,a him* II" I. i I e'n'nilil: .' I.. I.Isin(4 Thl.I ,MUM h 21. \ I I.y I. 11JIK'llenll SI> S.i 'ii (7) I'll' M ' l. Tnrt. ill

Ral.Sna > 'lMliinl .ilxrrcl I MonlliHaflerwiir iryWlfrl .1-I I lie Mll.l! Illlnl] III.IllK ...,....K..I al tile' y "'011 Seal. iif l.k'h., ... 3' t 1'1.1: ... Btrinflue
( ,.-l>itl, IH.HI. ''I .lur.i Till filial' df J I .1.,1.I .r.q""ltn., .. .funl i.. rl' Hlc.11. ,I.,, i'! .I 1. C'\'IH"1'II'I'T I : Iliindieel lortl F. I w-lib u. < PILLS"4t
J t.t-' uip "i.11 '..".. ,., I,..r .V.oSc.M 2-1. tin. 1111,04.I .I It i.i iv I-nh KH mleitlll (...I' I I hit. s,nth' i ,0 nf f't F... ( !I. .f" i ilKl.ii PAl
e N. '. mil of 1 PI. t K MM : 1 1'
ill' ! I. Kit.ini.n i n iMilinr I 11'\1' 'TlIY\ "I .
.. ...J":. -ui.1 |,j.(i.iitoexl t y Kh.,1 . Sot"" ( ". South' r the' AtliintU e'misl' I '
.. tn liw .1 le il will, 'I' r.. ,1.1 t- I Inil :: I 'Ii
.t. 1./- .
4l'rlt \I/ imi (I momnnv -: ..ii II IMh! ) dee ..I Mi, .\ p I --- \ ., I, .:., I In F ft \\'nt, > rK nrnl, Sni -W "I don't need them very"

0"'( lUl.5: n \ .\IIK: eemPat ." % .1 .I L. "\'J'HHTII: : I.IT: : \ \ 1 01--\ \< t: -I I.1a :' /Vil'lt'i'tn' te the Tnw ..f KiMsinnli' ; I often but when I do I
- ---- - -- -- 'n nit Court., ) I 1'loriiln! as shown bv nlit] .n I
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( Clerk] Clreult (-ourl e 'IBI i ..11 OrdIna.-.. Ameoel Heetlou 2I the ifliie, or I tin. Ct. ri itt <',>,IIM I of r>M- 'need them quick One or ;

flARRTJOHNSTON Count Y. I x 4-0, Hetlited lIrdl.a.rr. of Jbe II .. 'IM! Counl' v. l"i..rI.lJIIl'] i two and the pain i Ia "
JohiiKtol, f' P 'ICI" "I gone.
- - -- ., KI..ln....-. of n..r. I. S i' \ fiFISine
lie- .it Oril.elmd h\ l h<. t'tui..Il 1 "In I Mint.r, in Chen, Uiu' Anti-Pain Pill
& GARRETTATTOR.IEYS.AT.YAW ( Ir-ali Enui. Miale o' tr.
? .D 'I.rld. thi ('it\ of KliBliiinie, that it.Iion2t.o I I eerv 111 Il." you quickly and "I
He of the R. v In. el, H of .1. 811:Fl: >. aftereffect
.I. 4 ovnty. In hsneery.. the of iMetmuiee ... 1A-41 .afely-n. unpleasant ;
City of li for e..nlvl..I" '
Offices: 10. 11 :m,1 l 12, Osceola Band 1'llti lie tiii.mid..i to vend IH .!"...h"j I\' __ __ *'-no danger of form- ,
Ella M. Finnlillll, Complainant" !-C. COon 2f.n! Vn hnlldlnu 'K OK Imta'rEIrsNotic. : I..:. ( a drug habit. :
Buildin!:'. 'C tint. or booth Ke>nd Buh'etHntiHlbrli .. i Is hereby itlven' that und..r ill .
FLORIDA N H H\'no'd.' and Julia A Rev nnlds < loninte or .iitiflrliil I Htone I and ,he virlure of a certain Mnil f>iIn time you pals a .

KISSIMMKK his wife Mint and Mlnnl. i I': 1".I.lnl I I u .h,1 I I be rrcteil! ol pl.ieecl .... Chanr..rv "nt... the 1'11, .dtYof drug afore stop in and get }

Inrl. his wife. n..f.ndanll the flu. lImits of thl. cllv i I. I ...h.r. I 92(1.( enterifd In 5ile >. box. .
I .ppe..rlnl by affidavit appeneled .* wall of all hulldinKa her.ot..r of Sarah A .lpl."nl.' versus Anti-Pain PUta ( '
Natural hot water springs are to .. b.1 ,- in the abovestatedcause reeled within (h.. lire. limits .h,1 C H. Funk and Ftmk., Dr. UU .
ptwd through; Idaho. for do- th< CV. Hint and Nflnnli- K of the r"lowlll thlckniBM Por his' w.,ife. reipondenls n. ndlinr! In the contain mo habit formingdrugs. t
Hart. two of the def-ndants thereIn bulldlno not than Court of the 17th Judicial Cir 4,
m .r and heating purposes. making named are non-realdents of the Slat eigHt InchlB.: for bulldlnu of two (Iroul.r the Stat Floridm In and I Ha. i
copTa3 n unnecessary luxury. of Florida and "r. residents of Foft- ...10.1.... the 1..t storv not I I... than .ul Osceola County 0 Chnnrerv. that Ye bruu1 n

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EIGHT ", 'I1 g11331.... VALLEY. GAZETTE. FRIDAY AMtlL .22. 1921\ 1II \ "r .
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Wed within the .cloaks of the.. tin,. kept Intact in a fireproof vault at the
t hand-jlllminated! "seniors"' beside state board of health i* bouad volumes -

each plate. The menu included eel- so the person involved has always ..
A cry, dill pickles' salted almonds,. olives a record available to substantiate -
fruit punch chicken b :oth, fruil his or her birth. 'Under .thi SATURDAY SPECIAL
CASINO TO-DAY! salad smothered chicken, creamed proposed new law the county. ju4gi
.new potatoes, Baltimore, beaten biscuits would receive 50c for recording each

f. ,. angel l .cake ice "l"C'I&m. coffee birth but, the records would be keptIn .,
and tea. Interspersed withe 'the courses his office instead of the state "
were *the addresses of welcome board of health., CASINO THEATRE ; '
,t from: Thelmu Sutton;' a toast to the "Florida is now recognized as: i '"
Seniors from Joe Sears; a toast to within the death registration area '1"
,; "Our aculty" from John Graham and .will soon be In the same as'rer.

Special 1 Attraction"On with reeponee'by, At II. Killers; and taining to births; but if the new' ro-
a Farewell," from Miss McWhorter., posed law ts passed, Florida will b;! :
( Following thew came impromptu an outcast as far as birth record :1
toast 'as guests were ('allednd are connerned. It has been the policy 'William S Hart ',
the entertainment closed with u of the state, board of health and ::1

With the Dance"la playlet: .'In. 1999." and the -state health officer to- keep "
The planning and the carrying out the department out of politics, believing .: IN HIS LATEST. PICTURE'WHeyfhe :1.t
of the entire affair: "p/ovcl\ to be perfectly that the greatest good couldbe \
dont.'. and the enjoyment accomplished and wtl earnestlyurge .t I
those participating wa of generally to'assist
tame with "MALE FEMALE' "INSIDE THE among : furthering .
.the cU. AND the highest nature. iis in the safeguarding; of MtOE'
The 1IUI.t.was nerved at the their'health', and of those1 who Skit
CUP and the other large attraction A picture will long c I.
.J yon w (;riI yet. one. with us each :"year, by keeping the J.4
state board of health from being apolitical = = = -- :: _. '. :
remember and at bo advance in price. = -
; PERTAINING TO football." .
1 1 1If
i I Christian Church NOTICE FROM THlTMAYOR '

it' Added Attraction Paramount Magazine Rev. W. 11. Colman, Pastor. Now that the city election is over Christie Comedy "Mr fatima" r ,

aril the variousofficers have been ___ u___ ._ . - _- ,
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10:00: a. m.--Sunday schooK. l.I' assigned to their respective duties - ,

r 11:00.n.) m.--Sermon. it behooves all of us to get busy. Hart bas always bee. a winner among: moving picture fans !
i I 7-MO:, ) p. m. .-Sermon. f The attention; of the -public is cal!. i.
if e. . . . A welcome fir everyliodystrangers. J1('. I.d enprc',ially to a few of the ordi- ; bat jut wait until you see him Saturday. You'll ay you have i.t

4'' . tf i.antfsall rf which be rigidly .. .
.:..; dully will etor see. him like this before. He' great -too good to miss --
M-e >e 0"e-e <-< w-C"><"C wManhattan-<">< I I I enforcc-d. ..

? i, St. John's ( Episcopal) CkurckSumliiv I There is a dog tax. Ar.)' dog' S -A T ,;'U R D A V .
found within the limits after
Hotel. r.. II. Rector i city I
t' Rev Kiikriy.
: . I I I i :Saturday; April 30, without a lirxT.H" .:\

1 l'-uul'lh after Kai-ter. I II I I' !ng will I IK- caught and held for theimpounding ,. ;(
fees and licence fev.
10:00 Church school
: a. m. "
I ) !Divine an I Ii IrInnn I The riding of bicycles on arMd. < .,
11'j New i 10:00:( a 111. "
Open Management I
h,' thi Subieet : I I walk. 01 ruling at night without
J. D. NEWBY. Jr. 4 "'I'uiM1'" i For ThixeVhn nll-Inr.' Are :N'envI. : ( lights, i prohibited by orhr.nce'I ; I J.."....>->< :-:..;.. ..:.;.. ..: '-:+H-o-o.-H C C 11!!

l"'.." onlmantv against auto-'peeding J.'.
will bf rigidly enforced oh.Mren If You Have the
'''''l.p.i nEvenini (I'ravt".in'1' i un i Key 'I
I Special Sunday Dinner Are Servedand :i: \\oi--hip, Si.rnion.. -uhjei t : ,, under fourteen years/ of age are for- ; : .7
1 ." ''' hidden l,< vo drive automobile-; (

; the patronage of the pepple of( Kissimmee and the t .\\ 'u nVi .II ill\ italhu( I., .-xl"d..,l. I 1 1 hat is i! l!King backed 10... if The $225 Ramonola Is Yours ,.
b adjoining country ,n much deiiied Reservation may be =: I iMrvi" ..1,-. ,aunty, and city. r.ame ;! f
b OWN CITY v lor'.Klilmir! the) "sel mg of w'iskit-r-
:X: made by oul-oL-llie-cily ,ieM .1 OF WEST PALM BEACH ,, 1 1'1. .... oidirance." the Iaagault
.Ol< .n
4 carry elect menus and only (he best sauce i' rendel d. '' We Will Explain Our Plan
i MOST OF NEXT WEEK ;; p.tuiblmg. the law fori'lfi.j.r.. "
,. l'illf'l' .Idetvalla.eel : aa!'!

N. B. We serve fine enjoyable meals: eveiy day in the \\erk. t* Till i- t'-t-l' U-and' I'll.- ..Ill) ". .i .-I.I...". '. ,it'll'' mi.nances!: "w-iJI! b i t -trir-gt-rli ,l THE KEYS COST NOTHING : THE
:.ii i \iii-itc I I'l'igTC'ira'c( m \\ 'nf..r-.1. I
I'i.llll.. Itl'.H \acct\ 11'rdncsda'Intl' I 1'1.--v 111<-111 ion are made gn :' CORRECT KEY COSTS YOU NOTHING ,

t DAKIN AVENUE" PI JO\I'! 221 I :=;: tht- hi..<',.-day toiivctit.iiii '<.f the ,, vv.lining 'If iinyomi i i- pro",." gui'.t1! I .

r,. I I. l'"id.l, X-: "..-,,,II.f. ,III.- K. I1 II ui, ,lilt. uI.u.a on mil' ortiii'iir.i ,r net.vill .- :. P Oui lion ol I urnituic. Hou-ebold .Sundries Klilclien. uf'ple'i| | -.
.o.-: ..,.. ( (.(o.:";"; <-; "';'(";'( ( "; ''''XooJo.--o.) I K: -Mil ,iiiiinu-ni-' l 'I InniiUiil M.loii < IM. no need 'ot --iski'-j-:ft', > u' i I. I

.. A'IIIII'H'lIl"lIt"f' mote than ,.-.u.l' '.-oieocy.trJ I: i Porch I'dlings, are complete *
'nliir 'Iludc" hiv: .,- t I...i ti ii-iiil" fir III.' I -t i I".tl'r, \.,ii .' 'I. -ve u;> I II It Jt .
leie( wa, M-ivcd! a bounti-ou hlllt.h.pOlL ,i-i-i .-r' .on of iiu-iiiIn'' .I- o' the t ..1' r t 'llu. !a\. ..i.d ,'111'! tnt -i.l: v .:'J: I
Thi affair( proved full of |phvte.vie | ., ...1. for .. i I Grantham Furniture Company
[[IN SOCIETY'S.REALM. ] fur all attending III'in ov JII M-noi- I i

VK( ''I'll RY Itl.ltla\ { ,inn ; ,toll-, '.\tli b<- aml'l|' to '11' "n -it
Wll F IK! : ul El: .KHR: .\1 El: I1 i III.- ii.ivvd-. that \111 pllrttlna'" n : |

Pl'IMLS' SON; RECITAL: 1'1 haIMMM v.ili.mllvlouglil I l'i' u'il: I lit i'muI OF STATE ;; .. .. .. i .r.r,.... ..,,, . .. .. .........' "
IIA-MEMORIAL. I ii- a 1-ontf-t. >-:{{ ;u : tt rrst {-! 'rr}?: M. { : 4 u-:{ ( ; :;{ ; }{; C { }: 'r? A{ { : -<
AT THE in the Sunday, ... haul. aI t the I 1'1.. I I'lk-: ol t VU-t I'alm I II.: ...I.I. -
fair pupils of Ari Iss Anna H. Wjiteiiiiiin HuptiHt/ i.hiii <'h tu ndil I to it.. nu'nlbr h.." .1 vile hum' "f t thtiown. , ..iin'I I In-. (iiililii. ,ity bill "Lei.! k-. sat|l!. causi ..

may 'Ix.heaid in song recital' hip, Thenwen1 I the Mines :and I tinHe I tho iiniiintti-i' aanntIo! hav,' !t.. "" < auntyb nmiitmonei, .'t, "ncouncil..-* I "'rYO.It..:4 -C"t? i4d "+. "H--OO-:": rifiStir. rM:"i"{-Y }S4 (o.Ooi G6 PC a J : s'v
tin ( Friday ) i-vening/ at the Hart Memorial, where a t lever program the waters, of fourse, but I "real American I I. I I iav: .. Citl: I !Ketller. iiiul' 1 I. J K( i aiM'if'lt.x, lax.ition to kt-eo the rMOoleinfnriiK'l >
has been arranged' to commence at I Reds Yd 1 t th<. liluewnn.iiii'l) Withiiiin,' \> bf w ,IIc..> to "-,11'11".1; of their actsthrough' pub i Automobile Insurance r

eight-fifteen' ,, ,.Io'k. A general invitation to i-oimm-moriitc the affair, I tbir" Ito I- 'i 1' pio'idinir. w.iv- .iml. meanmik l., ,I licatii. i in 'the new paper*, "t.a- a: : - - " - 1
to llupublic" : has bii-n ex- ; he a ha,kt-t pii. riu- this afti-rnoon 1 <- tai"- 1:11.h"y.: | | . 11. Ki-'tl.--, last I.! -,u -h.-iped .up ana uill, bo in I *
teniled.WEDNESDAY. "Im- .tendered. t the 11-1- nt, hi- Ui.iit. Itodwed 1 tMith house and Cost 7t 7
en the lawn at the liapi-t, < 'm" Derate :n.; t.At to Members. S ,740,000 Business in ForceIt 7r
MKIIXIK; ; CLUB {, take place 1Ih I' o'clnlk and all I I Hi-Hill' fill., ,111 II! "IHIJ-ltH1, sfSSUill- ofIn .f' I It the III-M 1 few day It wili be hundi41 I i

GUESTS OF MRS. AI.IH RMAN i ini-inbetM of I the uriuu'la'ves 1: hint ( oi li-i.. .- I' I thisirti cominitt. i ,- bS.iiHt: ,ir VIr'1.: Igou of Ijikflounty. I I It, there is no agent in your town, write Headquarters. Orlando tot ,
The Wednesday Afternoon Bridge (' the members of the church with, 1 I'-iv in ranged! mniiv nMli-rUiiiiiin-iit-. I and Repre'-entat ;''vi- J. HScnlf <
I", the ilm-i-ion; nl tht- vi-iioi-. -. : ..f Tdylo-' court B' tl I application blanks. Join today.
Club was entertained! this week by j their friend!. will l 10 e tight on tinsput IViry, > '> i ,
Mrs. 11.J W. Alderman the affair nt. the appointed. moment tli'!- 4n( (.i1til, ,-h.lthlllg:. cai'l hrt' tle-. -iiibt- .- riinn- h impressed with the outline.of .- 1
ri-lay -i.emg, / tiiji-. bwiHii.--! wale'Ia1 ttatblctI' -. tai I lull, which has "" -" 1"d.\ )oto
at the hon1of Mr M. eveninp'ANNIVERSARY
taking <
place I" ,
. rvi-nlt, ..vnI. .1 dozen i.ionicial I I'biiuhi. Press A-sociat-on ui ,,
0.VeIIs, 407 Kmmctt street. The I.I
; fi-atnn. hate |MII p'unni-i' the S "ith loriHa Press Ass > -aluH
'rooms.. were "prettily) arrayed in SERMON -|> < ( I Florida State Automobile Association ,
'"spring flowers,' and the players at I FOR TilE OD}) FELLOWs far, the iien Ji'iil. . I thiwiiiiin. alike in th", irci'iit annual meetintrav- .
t Hi i tin'tatiotiV'i; !.ii ;mir ".Th..I..111t"1 I > h<- 'iHtnpH', I'mic
the four tables enjoyed n pleasant I| The! itmiiteraI.; afternoon. Choice rt'freshml'nl1'1'(- I Independent Order of ( ). ?{ :}i +}+54. } :.iiSOAI
- -- - I then of in"'** senate, having heel a :I ," ,
served.MRS. 1. I will he 'lelveiied by HeW.. H. Coleman .
A t.1'! .
at the Christian chinch STATE HEALTH OFFICER nu-nibci fur several > e- rarc' -- 1 I tY

'ARSON WAS I morning at eleven i.'clock, and the DENOUNCES NEW MEASURE/ : who .tie. |pushing the bill are much I I :-o.Qoo-: ...c-<<..; 0 o 0 hofrofrceoeoccBo
GUEST OF HONOR request is made I hj' C. F Thrashci. "1.1 l with his support of t. H1I I
The regular monthly social of the the local lodge that all refi. tr I HS 'long Ifi-ri an active butines1mat'
secretaryof That the till referring to ( '"- ;
Baptist Women's Missionary Society members of the fraternity and all tion' of' all births in Florida" with the I. in fake o'linty. IIi!!. county ?- J. R. CLAY MONROE THOMAS : :

wan held Tuesday afternoon, at Kebekahs, and all visiting member county judge instead! of at at proj j; .. '>ern. have at various times adopt X .A
1 .three-thirty, at the homo of Mrs. H. : cf jeill-er branch, of the Odd Felciw| : rnf with official registrarti, a* intrntafleitoll HI't.h. policy of printing their procceilingH -j' t
M. Breaker, ls0! M abbe tie street, : hall meet at Fraternity( lUll I at ten- JohnKon. will lie and he has seer the advant. CLAY & THOMASy
wheie the program wan conductedby i thirty o'clock :Sunday morning I Injury to future Floridians, age ff |t. Upsides he is thoroughlvconv'tu ,
f -d of the fact that the penpl
Mrs. Marion Carson. A pleasing ana detriment, to the stale, is the ;
:'' luncheon wasxRorvftTiThe ithering SENIORSBANQUKTEU/ : oD-nion nf Statllenlt'h tffi.le | have i ignt to .knee lust \, hat i i-, t ,

was favored-'oy 1 the presence 0Irl'! : HY THE: JUNIOR! CLASS Ralpl)'}' :N ( ,it-i-iii, .. who \IM-. la.oil! ni ill. tjiuuwith then, tas. mne\ ,
N. Ii Caison- who'II and I Ki: -i ntative Scab! - u t>anki i islo i announce a change in management of( the
!' gladly Sat t'.en- tho' .law p.i
'in day '\On/: >/u I x\a- .1i V' J, warmly welcomed harming affuir ill which) 'I!1"", Seni.'iirc ,,,- 'II "J--1-: girt the iii.i'ti-i no.i -lioriiutr1, :' l li at I'1"1'. coun'v" H.-; loufoi. : ::5: Stewart Avenue Garage J. R. Clay having bought .the t
'\ I"'itu.icd l\ a "smart t 'Icnd('iyd ul,'-uli i atiini. : I.a-, .u varioure t r rt- :
i 1 iiVerei.1' of J. C. Picnli, in what lia-- been known a- the
; OI.I TIME KRIENDJS' I ;a"cr i .liIlK.r its' : toJiuii: i-
I bv the .luiiiiiih' und tin- f.ifit\!' i/! "Kviisomkno I '" t'i ini --it"r j
. MEET AT MONTVERDEThele the high; schoolere 1 gumof I tin 'nth, legi-tmtK'ii." d..'I.i >I I' III I Ii I i'- ii' Mi" Stale- '. a.M.-VI n1..1' *,'t ti t- | :s-: h'm ol PrentK cV 1 liotnas.t .
wa a meeting at Monterdet ,' fni .. I'i i I a, a wdr :.t"'I'Jl.naall'"
:: occasion ty-.Ix rnrrLeine 4 i irtt-m- "Until: 1-1 tilii.iti-- artmam i .
on Thai. "day afleinoon, of last week laid. : -' 1Ii..s ji'isi'Viti-K I n11.-.--", .uiioni. ; : b<- l.u-' .ine<"'- 11'''''' >r the -tajt- *

\ of most unusual character .inasmuch The tables were aiianeeil I ill t h. tii. il izrne. vv 1 hii t h.. ilali-, .-i, pbu- and. 1'1. uhirly. tn ;;coI.i The Same Excellence of Service and the Same .
as it was a reunion in which fully ascore , I n!' ...ada.nk| -., :..ti"j' ant \< ix 'M .'f ;
Iunn t of .
'r' i cio.sand were most" ai ui i In r 1' Iollth! i- qu'| -: .Gird: .
of 1 all of whom ''" :. I a. Mumber' ,,f -' no-.!- $ fair Treatment Will Be Given All Patron
women gather tiituin ,""I'Y11)'. Huge i ilustii! 'Mh, ,IhlI I I .n. 1 'hi- uo-lil, j. ti> '
were schoolmates at Tayloi's Creek' of floral I i embellishments i were Mat, I '.1 v\.llout'] .1 < ..nli\ inh.,| I b \\ith bathI. 'I't. anout"! 1 F-Ior.j!lt d
, Oeorjtiu Kio. Two of .. i..ui.,i infor h.> hill i I njj"it: 'i <, 5f
; tired here ',
many years and thenami alwaysweJe / all-" h* iHiiii'ii -ln-u < htrtr .
( and all work will he
.. .. guaranteed to be lupli i
those were o, Kissii a lee; 1lr!!!. G. B. the colors of red. white and :"It.... and th" "" ',,1..1- 'in the place) U Ie a f. tlle sta! .dln\! repair grade

:, Woodall and Mrs. Klizabeth Flopl- purple pi pelmninunt Extending from where lit- \X-IN bun ha\i. lu-t-ti illtlOMd I J .\ ttoiu:"t'-\ t;, ncrL'.f'e., ut .'..- "t: in mice al a minimum price. Your patronage .solicited., .
rv and they were taken over to Montivtr the flower eaiastels, Were vancoloie'lulibons lino- "--> ( wi'h tinii".irll' lttVi -
fur ih i ii I I pi,bin ;it> of govcrring ,"od',-'' n :

*i- handled the car. The afternoon was I I' and .as each guest pulled the ,ribbon) ). :. ' .ition, of all 1."lhlIi'It.' .. Im 1[ Monmil t ho who I j...\\ l\if\ t.-t fri
'k jpent in reviewing "the days of old the favors were drawn from bi'iieathfie leghh'arsal': vvhiih: tlutiare TOO( i r l..t'\'I' lull of -which Me =s-. !Il' >u ant CLAY & THOMAS
f when knights were !bold" and picasnre 'I I flowers., Fli.i-hlH "l\n, eat.h < rv i.-t- they 1 H- Scales"t.. "ip->rjval.. ,
held its sway-besides which I I The menus and r>"i'',yram were i.nv .l.'vi: '", l'ha* In-Ill i'.f,,..1.| a'J111111lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ( '...p."r tI," bill as i* will i "Tinttii rr. i
-. ---- -- -- '[; Will -i_.,n IK* Biter out 1
:Mcmbti, ui the h." -t- -.:-j -enat J. Stewart. Avenue Garage, Phone 22. Kiuimatee ?

11I11I11I11111111I11I11111I111I11111I11I111I1111I11I11I11I geiierallv si-em much impressed witr 1
IIlillllllllllllllllllllllllllL I the idea the newipapi1-- the i itaU ..; .* *<- *ooooooo'ooo<
t -J= \ I-ave united in support of thimiawuie '
on the basis, that t is in
DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE M. I. STQUT -- the interest- of the tUJ<.-Pl' tog pub- '' g
oXJ. >4 ->< t i>ttrtr == C ."i.r Vicf-Prriidrnt == lie mare than' any other intere .

I. === -- -l 1; I ItI1.. 11-: Tn. 1. .I.11' 1 I I ;
is Fan-time.
== = Spring-time #
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i $1.00 Starts. Your Account. Here I Why .,.

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a III SIH'HlKt' .41.I ...
= Ability When you open a -Saving Account with! u<. don't lay aside yom, = 1 i I ; ll- 1 ,il u l> \ illlln >' .11 '.' i Not 1
n'...1. l h' I h. ..1''u'' I 111 s
and money by pennies to spend in a !hlln",>. keep it heie. You'll need I I'..mi ..-. .Vpiil I., 21. .1121..! : 1 r". ii-i v.ll ) a
sI'rn.d 'h. rifT .t II -'I.I r-tuif. "

;;;:;; il some day need it badly need it (for ,something: t-omelhing = I .IT-", i <.h. .1 iti-.II.rr, "f'l I.i' ,. of th'I h.-hlul'*.>urT..t 'HI>I.l.ii1i'l i VIM.door I Ir. i. Enjoy '

' = Willingness = it. K IHHIWIIII- or. M ,-"jH May !; P
worth while. Favorable openings tome to every one. They are available = ;. lljl ll.' li.ll-.wlnK i>n.i' rtyIM* .: Life +
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If = = I Lo hi .ini.MI :.t. d! unit ii 1 1 .is rTf--nj; !I Iin ,
= to Serve only lo those who have the cold com. Why not prepare for the = ued 1 ,1..1.. -..n. orthfi r..hll.u.. I
.I.IWK of tin SIHKtif I Florl.ln. ln-N t I I .
= ,..r........ lime when a (favorable opening!! will come to you ? $1.00 starts ItH :. 1.*.,,.. IIKI r Hudson "*. UC'' I.K I II Iin This 'r:
', i NuIt..1| &" ;N- 7-0 in..f. i -
= here. I ;\;.. ..... --ni i :.1.- to l I. mide rtur. I Inu 4
1' ; DEPOSITS INSURED == ,III- I I..ii t.-tuiH of .... l" -dash f ; ;
: ,tl. h tnil I Summer
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'd' _- -I ,I'i,- -'I 1 I. ft F K\UMRI1 i+- i-r1" II'.
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\Xe have Fans in slocl .ranging in price from !)
t ntl.' i ..n.l l In Sinus uf.\I i/-l<- .
"...01 ,l.\ lh, lloii, I' It. .vni'r-M $6.50 to $40.50( ..
Bank of Osceola .Iu",". uf III'nroit ('nu'l. I h'niit -
County ..n ill. T . 1..I to "lakf. NI.I.- if f>u- also 1'l
We clean oil. and
old fans
h.u eel' i.f H\.III>. -i "'Rlnln. '\h". ulllnrtx repair your
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ii..1..s, 'h..1...... hue to .rim I I.on". twin" DIXIE ELECTRIC COMPANYEVERYTHING l I(;
I,\ Ihi Hl.iitT' of < linlA aunty to ,;
fat.llitatt.a; \ioliitliin' of the I'roh'ti.-'
I lion .l.ius of I lie, "Sl..t- of Florida, th" ELECTRICAL REtrerbotilY6. :.
Hour 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. jiiil.-rMtuni'il 1.. Klii-itn of Oncenla county .
t Florida will ofr.T the mnmf fo- o- *4W"m -OOOOO' OO
.utl.ii. th.' hluhiMt I bidder t>.-for,' tie :
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