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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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:eut.rtainment -committee 'for W L.; Jackson who has been connected
DELAY ACTION UPON the 'convention of the American Legion with the leading financial institution I FOR SURFACING THE

", --which will have sessions at'Or in Winder Georgia, arrived
iando' on. Monday and Tuesday has NEXT SEASON In Kissimmee'on Tuesday, and has

I. 'EASLLAKE HIGHWAY engaged 'the Kiasimmee Concert been" spending the time in looking' LAKE WILSON: ROADPAY,

... a Band, under ,the direction of J. ,D. over conditionssand. : becoming: ac ," ,
Eatisata .Woodbeck, for a concert at Eola parkon VISITS'TALLAHASSEE: IN INTERESTS( : OF.:MELBOURNE quainted. Mr. Jackson announces r'
f Caainaaa el Board That t. Monday evening, for the ball that-the first regular meeting of the Assam* Vala. .f District a..* .

f Bwld Road Would. Cad Fully. game Tuesday, afternoon and for the SAINT CLOUD-KISSIMMEE HIGHWAY-INTERVIEWS HIGH-' stockholders: of the new Merchants The Larr Aassaat."ef Bead. Vete. t
Twelve Thonsaad Dellara : street'dance which (Will! { take placeon WAY DEPARTMENT-ALSO GOVERNOR-AND. and F.nnerl.B..k of.Kissimmee Hard to S BAt +,

Orange avenue Tuesday evening. RETURNS ,MUCH ELATED be held in the offices'' of the -bank ,-........ ,
I .t.f? The matter of 'the 'completion of MAY SAVE : this evening. -:- a special 'meeting"of the 'county:

the road from Hilliard's Island across DELINQUENTS There is every belief at this --7 time that work will commence at early : FIRE DEPARTMENT-CAVE commissioners held on Saturday with
--theland of. I. 11. Wetherbee and C. members of the board present.
date completion of the missing link in the Midway Ocean to GulfCrosstats .
of the ri
H. Funk what Is
to styled East Lak. purpose meeting was thoroughly ,
was before. the commissioners .at Announcement is made in this issue Highway between Saint Cloud and Deer Park, in Oaceola eoun.1ty I ...:..L- discussed .This was the
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and that the ,Brevard county: link will have the same action, to completeits alarm at -two-thirty yesterdayafternoon "
their session on Saturday, and consjderable of The Gazette that those who ; matter of the Lake Wilson-Lough- ,
time are delinquent in of city portion.This called: the department to man road construction. '.;
was consumed in disjlcuBsinir payment 1 E. P.Maule.
( ways and means. On the I taxes up to and including 1919 ;may is the work.opinion of the committee visiting. Tallahassee in the interests the vicinity of the home of .M. D.: of the east coast;, was.present'cmi

preceding Wednesday the ,commissioners save 'a' considerable sum by paying of the Alexander, where some forty acres had.a bid according to'the late specifications .:,
which J. Edward Krause of Runnymede Lodge; Sam grammar of Saint I of;woods had been destroyed and the
had viewed the proposed the same prior to ,July 1-in which were drawn to ..
: .. route; and at the meeting on, Saturday case the principal sum due Will be Cloud and J. S. Cadel. of' Kissimmee,. left at there an.-to-jdiacuss early hour Sunday morning lames threatened the citrus grove of. make possible the construction'and, t"
.1Iouncl..fol'T.U.ha. ,
automobile. : the
.Joe. Johnston, county engineer, accepted, plus merely'eight percentand by juaiter-oJC, Mr. Alexander I There waa a fight I completion of, the :road, with a I sur.
.If had complete plans and specificationsand the cost Of cancellation-of. certificates the unfinished road'with state officials: l of an hour before the danger. was face-of+Oju. ,rock. '*':-: ." ..
all estimates to present to the I Much could be of the unpleas..I been done -on=this- -cross:state "roadao averted. There were no bids 'lOT the UT. .

--CO'board.- ride-which--..landed the-comznittee, .....,,. _, '. cha eof.. h.-1x>nd__"otect by_the dIu.... ...
'+ It was stated that there would be in Tallahassee ft three o'clockMon.. : To carry out, the desire expressedby CULTIVATED trict In tbesum of $80,000. Because. .
acme thirteen hundred feet of fill BAR JAZZAHARINOS day morning s related by this en. I the recent meeting at-- Cade mode AiLY of the low assessed value of the dls.trict .
along a ,route that was at the present .: tire body;, and the same remarks I Lodge Attorney John,S. prepared it w.-declared there would be'
d< I might be made regarding the return a measure to be introduced in '
time three feet under water, and I none until such a time as the values,
; that the water was now three feet, AND SINFUL SUPS trip over another route. The entire I both the house and the senate by ROSELLE PROMISES'EXCELLENTRETURNS should be.increased to about' double r g;
' which ended in Kiasimmee the representatives in this district. '
; lower than normaL This would necessitate journey the amount of last year. When the "j
at least a seven-foot fill, it at an ,early hour Wednesday morn This provides. for the issuance of bonds were' voted no thought was.' d
, was stated; even then the 'fill would I: ing, was a most laborious one. time warrants by the county commissioners was given to the disparity" of bUshed ,
not be free from wash as there wouldAJMbe : AS INDECENT JOYS At Tallahassee the committee discussed and the making of .a five- values; the resident iD 'that 1$

fr' water on both sides of it. In all points with the governor mill' levy.backed.'by the county for district were willing to pay the bills r

jI./\-- dition 'to- this there' would be .d-1 Atrtkerities .la Maay 'States Have -who is enthusiastic in his belief the completion of this section of Predactie *f RaseOe Eae..,.... b, -ail they desired waa that the road
tl I that the work is a most meritoriousone road; prescribes the maximum should be
fills and' there would be, a need completed; hence the large'
, '11 two bridges. In all there are about Placed Their Feet Upon The Sisters ; with Chairman Phillips, of the amount of debt to be contracted;and ,Grower ., Experience. Whe Urges sum of the bonds. .
;; J'. four miles of road to be 'built the ., Tbe. 'S....,. State Road Department; and with carries with it the plan of through A Large. Acreage Mr. Maule's bid was based upon -.;....
:" << road superintendent having '-completed the senator and representative 'from the'work' done and completed accepting the bond at'' par Tame,' Mfa
4. about two miles of the grading ,From Wichita to Worcester they'll this district: It was tCI'eed'that 1 the aid of the convicts without the interposition Twelve acres 'of rpselle"makes one with the understanding that .assessments ;
"' ..'t.', several :years ago. not dance as they used ter-f'r road department was,.not in a financial of contractors and under I field that will be handled in proper would be raised at once. The p4
t',50. Commissioner Hansell ,was opposed they're cutting out the shimmy and condition to extend the aid that the direction of thoroughly competent -:. manner to induce the best'returns in I bond rear:*et is not at' the present ,. n
'4 1'1II *to making' a ltart' on the propositionuntil the toddle; from Albany to Budapestthe has so long been promised; and when engineers e of-w om shall be .1 tlp0 Miitylfor the coming season. That time in safe condition,'and ,it might "
a right-of-way one hundred tickle-toe and all the rest have the matter of speed l time warrantswas furnished by the state. tY ttA-telf' I for a starter_nd E. B. be necessary, Mr. .aw..1eI. for
feet wide had been secured in a legal been put on the waddle. No more mentioned the idea was eagerly Tae- bill was drawn in view of past .I Mot older who is known by many of him to carry those bond for a considerable , *
way. This width of highway wouldbe the dancing rhe k-to-cheek-no more seized by the department as the easiest experiences in construction of the the residents, feels sure that time. He- was willing to a
required he said, in order to get the steps once christened ,meeknomore way out of the painful dilemma. section of the road already completed there 'will come a time when thereill'btra dose however'if; hI.bld.hoold; be
sufficient filling to make the grade. the \"moonlight\ dances; backto The discussion brought out the with a desire to/secure a road dozen times that amount. accepted for the six miles. His bid .r.: 4S
Commissioner Weatherbee stated the times none will forget-the fact that it might be possible to arrange that a credit to the countyat This twelve acres is In the Pine- included seven inches of Ojus rock.. ,, yY
that* the land through which a por- polka waltz, and minuet; learn theseand for some thirty convicts to be a minimum of expense; and under dale addition to Kiasimmee, and is with an asphalt binder of one-third '
tioji of the road would pass was the take no chances sent from the state farm to work on proper conditions this may be a-- the property of J. Council. He feels of a gallon to the square yard. In \I
the road in this county-but the complished. Following the title of assured himself that he has the
.. property of Mr. Funk and himself, all respect the work was to be first-
and he was sure the rightofwaywould Worcester. Massachusetts: Policewomen committee was insistent that the the bill the several sections of the proper soil for .* good yield, and he class, and up to the specifications in I "

be given to the county; where- here "have forbidden "the road department furnish ,an engineer measure are herewith presented: knows, beyond that, there will. be a every; way. His bid was 980,627 for tr
upon Commissioner Hensesaid it Chicago drag, the camel-walk, the to take full cohtrol of the work. The Section 1. rThat the board of coun-' market for all the fruit he can pro the six miles-or an average ,of gilt

would be necesssry to get this right. pivot, the shimroy. the tickle-toe, all I road department was not sure that ty commissioners of Osceola county duce. To be aure the planting ben 438_thtmile., ___ ... p
of-way the entire distance before he forms of jazz, and cheek-to-cheek' I there t>> sufficient funds furnished be, and "It is hereby, authorized and may be styled merely an experiment Many of the residents of the Lake
would, consider the proposition. "I dancing. I by the state to empowered to issue, from time to -but Mr. Morrey Is most confident Wilson district were present and af' t

don't wantto start on anything," New-York: The Cotillo demand, but expressed a. willingness time, county scrip or time warrants, that. there can be no failure unless ter ,these figures were made known .
x said he, "until everything is all right. Albany' + ,in Governor Miller's hands, to comply if the same should be pos- in 8rh denominations as said board abnormal condition prevall/t vlila the.roaster was threshed ont among
bill, now sible. The committee declared deem proper and bearing rate own culture of than ,
We have hardly enough cash to payout the commissioner' of licenses visiting may a more forty'juu thew.-v There wa-a-desire to.bive'
gives-'to that'such contribution of interest not to exceed aix cent- res in Orange has demonstrated : -
V on the work already contracted dances to style, a by per county seven miles of road-in place of six-- regulate as the state would be the least that turn annum, maturing in such roselle to be.
'4 -and we don't know just what this etc. per good crop] as that, was the agreement when the
x. -- road will cost. time place, could be done; and stated that such amount and at such stated time or and so positive is he that failure will bonds were voted; and' it was evi. '
. ,1 There was some discussion as to I New London, Connecticut;;;;; : Principal action 'would eliminate possibilitiesof times as the board of county commissioners not attend the proper cultivation that dent ,the money' 4rould fall a little ,I." ,
how many would be benefited by the Colin S. Buell of Williams Memorial graft in all ways upon the part may determine. Provided he has just put, out a dozen acres at short for even the six miles e"en',1f

completion of the road; of the fact 'Institute, has; bannned from .Irresponsible contractors the however, that at no time shall Orange Centr- the bonds were handled at par as
. that there was already road by dances of this !girls' school the "mod county could then proceed with its their be outstanding .and thousand Mr. Morrey was in Kissimmee: Friday was proposed. It' would be, possible .
, which the people in that section ern**"dandlng particularly the"cheek- own men and the convicts andget met*' hundred; thirty .I afternoon to' look after some the \bidder> explained, to ,make; the: ''
. rb could come direct to Kissimmee by to-cheett, toddle and shimmy. one hundred cents', worth of work for dollar ($130,000)), face value I busineds matters, and. Incidentally, surface a lighter one' than that'pro-,
*f the addition of a mile of extra travel each dollar-something that has not (Continued on Pair Two) to say a Tew words regarding' the Pf! not recommend ,
; of the large amount of citrus : Morgantown, West; ;; Virginia: School crop of which he is making a specialty. It;indbhe 'Wouldube perfectly aati-'

*.' fruit that :was produced in that sec- Superintendent Smith has announcedthat .He is anxious to get many fled to have action delayed for'*'
tlon to be reached by the road' as teachers who attend dances during GROW STRAWBERRIES CAPTURED FORGER": others interested in the culture of time till the assessments showed up
I planned. the school year will not be re- the roselle--as there is, lie assures better and: the, bond market had Im,
. Commissioner Wetherbee said ha employed next term. all, a market for all that can .be pro- proved. . "

l,; ." was not in favor of lungingthe council FOR A 'PROFIT CROP WHO HADJSKIN NED 'duced in and about Kiasimmee. The The vote to reject' all bids-and de
McMinnvilJe# Oregon: City product. will-have to"be '
t) county in debt, nor .starting anything I. shipped but lay,action wa tj>en. carried; the
I"' 4I .. that could not be finished. He asked has passed over the mayor's veto an a. short, distance 'from theh point, of commissioners and the residents pf

why it was that the road was com- ordinance prohibiting all public dan SAYS COUNTY AGENT SEVERAL DEALERSduel production tier will be a' demand the district insisting that It was their
I' .... tt1 1 menced in the first place if there was ces. Violators" will be fined and imprisoned In Orlando for a vast amount desire that Mr. Maule should keep
l' << 'f -, : f' during the coming 'season!' and Mr. In touch with
no intention of completipg it,and no ; .. matter. and "help
.. onecould answer the Then Would. Morrey ia confident that the"dem.ldwill build.the road." Thia.wa agreed by
. query ,National 'Park; New Jersey: Ordinances Large Area la nil PaJicer 'PuzUtf by Various
he said he was willing to nave tbe increase in a' more rapid ratio the contractor and. the incident was ,L,
before the council ban .
now District For Berries to .in Tk Names Atssuaeti Dan Daaiels
Bring By than the production.If S .
road partially built at thia time it "indecent" dances and require that .temporarily closed. . ,,
Buyers Wheat He-Arre U4 fifty acres of this plant could ,
there could be .- assurances that it all dances, must close at 11:45
would be completed next year, and p.m. be cultivated in this district it is :CO-OPERATION ENDORSED
asked that such action be taken Leo H. Wilson farm demonstration Dan Daniels arrested Sun possible that a reduction station ,'
might Greenville, South CarolinaCity county was on BY, GROWERS' MElfWt.Last : .. t t
" ; but there was an aversion to that council won't ban the shimmy tickle- agent, I. laboring strong day by W. J. McGehee, chief of police -I would be put in here to be opened :

because of the fact that there 'had toe and camel-walk-YET. Members Induce the farmers to put in a on a, charge of forgery and during the season, and thus diminishthe evening tangible 'steps were' t;

S been too many promises. made in the considering requests for such move large acreage of strawberries the turned over to the county offkials.No cost of marketing. This would I taken by some thirty growers' in c(,
P***. announced they,would first learn the coming season, and believes that bond was furnished and the culprit l- facilitate the labor at, the point in session i tat the Chamber of Commerce, t""" 'r
, f!" r M. i The result was that no definite action steps so they could judge at firsthand that through co-operation a vast was retained in the county bas- Orlando and sate a considerable I to form an association for mutual I. }ixr
was taken at the meeting more I if they were decent. amount of good can be accomplished. tile. Daniels .has been living in the amount of detail work to the grow. aid and benefit Leo H Wilson..* '1fI(

,,, than a, movement to secure the dedication He says: -. I northern. portion of Kissimmee. ers. But 'whether or- not such an action selected a* president;' H. W .Johnston -.. 'I. <'f.
of the entire right-of-way one I Philadelphia Moore has "I am more convinced than ever Upder the name of W. J. Kelly and mi.rhrt.lre'- >lass the cultivation ._ vice-president;. Allison JT.' .+. "
. .hundred feet wide to the i decided upon a censorship of that Osceola county is the county togrow Joe Anderson several merchants have of_thi.t fruit-would bring a considera{ ? Trench", HCretary.' Detail...... crowd "P" -: .r' 11ed' ,
, but the matter will come count all dance halls to check the vulgar strawberries for northern mar I lost out since the thirteenth of April ble amount of money into the hands from-this issue- The. DUI ,meet= ,. ... !......>.
up 1
Ji. and immoral dancing td which hisattention' kets. We have the water checks that of,Ihe -grower*-and>wonld be an : 11'
** 'Ir. next meeting of the board.i supply I by cashing were spur lag will IxjTheld_ on Thursday evening ' ,I,
has been called by the from flowing wells, excellent strawberry ious. At least four were cashed important factor in bvlldiag! 'up another at'7:80, and every grower" in the :;:

\ dancing teachers' association. poll, and a climate unsurpassed I G., M. Taylor G. W. Persons, and ,A. industry which would .rank as vicinity of Kissimmee ,i*, urged, to .
in the south. Keeping this in : S. Gilbert being the victims thus far an asset to Kissimmee and' Osceola attend and participate.; .., ; .
: AMERICAN LEGION Wichita, 'Kansas:' A new City ordi- mind, let's talk about the reason.why I brought to ligtIt was the habitof county., : ,.'2( ...n...... ..r..rrI* fROYAL < 1..1'"
nance proLlbluchi1droell 'under 18 our county 'is not producing I berries' Daniela to accept a portion of the '
: ,) ENJOYED BANQUETJ ,"eillgthe darkening of organization for' tbe growers, anda the balance in cash; and for nearly SHOULD WARMLY'WELCOME :
dance halls, and provides for strict market what lack. If month he to have made "
are we we. a appears
police supervision.Paris co-operate.the market will be forth his living in this way. WEST PALM., BEACH POST ,LONG-SESSIONi S : $

J TUESDAY EVENING : A congress; of dancing coming." Don't say we can't produce I His, apprehension was because he I .J The local l post of the American : ,
from and berries masters England, 'Belgum
have you, that strawberries are Reed which he had written "Read. Legion should turn out pn Sunday
t Plans Formulated For Creating A France planning, Bollard a general and revision Switzerland of present is- grown very profitably: Osceola which was turned down by the bank: afternoon to welcome and greet the WITH STRONG'OEASSDegree : *

:- Strong Pest From Mea in AD See- dances, to eliminate the shimmy, county. The main reason we are not He then essayed to pass it elsewhere poat; of Palm Beach, county, whichivill II.
fox-trot and the farther than we are is simply too but Mr. Reed had been notified of be oA\ its to Orlando. There ---- '!'I
' ti County one-step. OrUade
4': B way Teas Fresa AlaVia '
(, much pulling apart,and no cooperation the attempt to forge his' signature 1
'". There successful get-togeth- Budapest: ,Jazz music, the foxtrot on the part 'of the people in our and had put others on guard The will be a strong Delegation augmented Work :f Local Chapter, aid ,large r?
was a and the one-etep have been ban county. Some fellows will always bank official declared He could recognize by the members' of the order Attendance "'"
ex-service WMxRe
i--L: er banquet of when men.than I1Tueed.'evening ned* from Hungarian dance halls by knock, instead of boost. Newcomers the ,man attempting to pet which will be picked up enroute .... .jUredjKissimmee .f"-4. ./'__ ..... -'ft
snore about the decree of the, minister .of home af- tell me about old settlers 'knocking. the money and went out with thepolice along\ the east coast-all of whom Chapter.No.- 10,.Royal ,
forty men were seated The newcomer neeas encouragement. : and shortly after Daniels will make determined fight for the
. in the f+.Ira. was Arch. Masons', went -into, '....IOn
> patriotically and boost. is identified next session of the Legion to be held
Encouragement a big at the railway station and ,
' Monday afternoon, Jfour o'clock- ,'
Electric cafe-the room being at :
an organization
and' the hour"had
The midnight passed
f. and bunting. gath'erinK : :ff
? y
for this county. Daniels admitted that lie had been This' occasion will be an excellent I '
---- held for the of WITH A SLIGHT VARIATION before the final adjournment was ,.
V was purpose '
"Aside from the berry good this opportunity for Klsslmme to.
crop, carrying on 'practice; that he secure "
life ia the William T. taken he large assemblageMa'sonic
I 'new I by $ .
putting ,
.ound'orpnizatlon in the'count1 will was down and out because of family some favorable publicity and an effort !
* ; Q.. Makinson Post, .for which a charter Funny how ao many towns -along naturally grow until the growers will trouble;'and endeavored to livethe I should be mad.*to glre- the.vial- Temple-.waa crowded- specially .*.. .
was secured some two years ago, the coast call themselves the "mid-- be producing "V number of truck idea'he was not -ba1anced. ton a warm greeting. The following J doing the : evening 7.b u.anet' '
k but which has slumbered for many way city." There is but one centre mejfslly: I II. I there were not nI.t e members' of' ')
crops that will add M tne growth of Those, who know him declare that he telegram is self-explanatory: t"J.
;V. months. between Jacksonville' and Miami and I not is "Big delegation of West Palm' the local chapter present but' mem .
a splendid county. am tryingto merely lazy. Mrs. Daniels is employed _.
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?Jr" Some of the membere were anx1 that is about four .Miles north of form anorganization for Kissim at the Electric cafe, and has Beach Post of the American'Legion : the:

j ious that ;Kissimmee should be the Eau Galll We. are' the nearest the mee and vicinity but for Saint Cloud, been qminz[ ..her.o1rD.WU; and report , on Its*way to'the Orlando convention Nineteen. candidates : received ">
the annual session of centre and, are therefore the "mid Royal Archdegree4h..workbeingr;
A resented Narcooasee. Campbells, ShingleCreek says she left her husband aome will leave P.1m-maeIrStaltday-mornw .*
+-- r Legion' at Orlando next week-and way city and we hava-the best location and all the communities of two weeks since because of his ac. Ing. at seven o'clock, and will arrivein magnificently pat on br"Dr.1C..J.Holt. .;- -
-' \:_.,. were likewise desirous that a post on ,the utE Il Gallia the county. 'We need it and must tions.._Mrs.. Daniels is highly spokenof Kissimmee late in the afternoon. .of Arcadia,'< aDd the degree "
.f.f11 should be established In this Record. i have it. Now Is the time to forman and takes little or no Interest in Will have a big motorcade Joined by team of Orlando. -The.' Orlando team
strength "midway" consisted of Messrs. : -
to Jfoorhls
:, which would possess the Possibly the organization riot next year." the matter of the arrest. every Post on the way rive ws Thornton
/' shown throughout the country by in the Midway Ocean, to Gulf High some publicity towards! sec -1I1r the Daetwiler, and Branch-and y
( The .<<..Irof way was a-point midway from,Jacksonville their service met with high praise.' ,,
(i# like organizations. SAINT CLOUD PEOPLE SHERIFF PULLED TWOFINDING next annual session of the Legion, "
-Tuesday evening. war .to> Homestead; anyway Melbourne I and ask the boy, turn out'for There was' an Intermission from
: about the, enthusiasm desire ,is located sufficiently' near CAME TO LEAGUE ,MEETAmOI'lK' TWO STILLS 'old friend and meet us and seven to eight,.when all'partook of m
Bringing the halfway point a* to'justify the eoomming.from '- a magnificent I.' banquet prepared under -
: those
l Saint Sheriff' aid usj in the ''convention. I
tlf' I Farmer waa looking"overanditions'at' getting HaiV ry
At the time ) aupervisloe.ofClaod.
"of' tile title.
same ,
thafmeettiicrthat " ;t
e :; ::- was decided at the census reports that Eau Gallie Cloud to:attend the meetirig- Sunday : ) Narcoossee yesterday thank'you. *' per, 'and',the* bour.'thu..apent,. wa*
: >' the at Saint aloud should evening -of the Epworth'League at and ,'The message Is signed by .
'Ilt post; ba at the by: good .' found:two-stills moat Interesting in all wap. Kis
J..r 4 he...allowed:to die-out-and.:: that v the oment'baft'JarceIpa1.tion doe Melbourne.present' ::V: .Methodist .bungalow."w....Mr. which h. .concluded :were ,,needed 1\1 ;! Christenson, Post Adjutant, It'Istd' 11m.... Chapter '-the1reputation, ,,
"t', .. JL member'*, 'ihould Join.forces with the and.Mn:A'E. Cowger 'Mry e-nd. Mrs. the -'-courthouse >storage,. .batte..,.. be hoped that a* many as possible of' carrying' out III'detail' everything.
Kiasimmee .post.',:' In return for: this f\ /' James Goff. Hr'aDd.Mra'tJam..W,: Sheriff r Fyrtner.'also r; made (ttwo,..... will. gx eastward '.Sunday_afternoon which it undertakes=and the'..entertainment "
A.., there'was is J resolution teet to the montb'to'b$ iQ1eeslot. ., bV KIuimme.Itwas i tiage. Mr.' and Mrs. :L. U.' Zimmer 1'eI'j One of:the culprit wal.Col.'OIIIw. to meet the,visitors and'escort, . .them! of"Monday' wa. no exception ,
c f okd. effect,that;the meetingvllb. a k '*lfL .,! bell*ys&that and port inthecountywould man. *'Mr... 'William Landi..,, EdAlbertson. *j & ,.'had Inter-the. city.' .'.J , to the rule. The Chapter. tow t
,ternate between the "two cities; /the 'a much: ,moreflourishingrorganization .and the'Misses Nina Loa ,ihe'"stuff! .TL .
, \ r prove quit .making *' couple; of ' ., I rapidly In site and thememb.mblp"roetex"poretains "
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". meeting to be%.I&.1*- Saint-.Cloud 'each 01;-, the:"" cities L. endeavored'. .. "to ,* .Geraldine: .Johnson;.Vera the .atttl under hit bouse." ,The "other. thing.'wa 'ready to i orodnos. Both. Who are ( .lchred.tIe. "best' obtain..? *.> 'f l :

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i WELL-KNOWN. RESIDENT *] HfcS.. COLEMAN'S: : to the bearer.. ;

r MI S ytDeyou: Iftew.t PASSES, '" OUT" SUNDAY- ON THEME,,--bF"BEALTH'If' ''" '" L1- THE WATCHER R I 1 scrip Section, or the 2<.4.That..safd proceeds' 'derived,warrants from or . "\I

kfc> j i. :can AlI After ..n !txlehded.'jllmss, MI'.: ,X ,' yon have health ,you' certainly! the 'sale there.f.hall' ,be used ex- : 1
W., Busby, for the past ears have a'great deal tabs thankful fo. elusively! paving, constructing .

II \.. : .t? : A resident of this city,* close her, Very few; enjoy .perfect health I According government reprtlm competing and 'maintain- .. .. 'I
eyes in rest. Sunday evening at bt-.: wonder that we areas well as we ect. cabse a property loss of nea ing the road of highway. within said
twenty, at the age 'of sixty-two, at era. when we are so ignorant alone l Jy ,tw6 billion dollars each year, i in 'Osceola county known as the Kissim- LUC . i
: her residence 220 Beaumont avenue,;' some lines. We do not.know.hoV" (.' i the United States. This is: a large rnee-Melbourne Highway, nd. for <
lOcts fromon .
.! north. what. to eat. We do not know Vvh< amount, but does hot include) the the building of bridges necessary for .. 1
h .' bagOENUtNE-of many years of her life here the mineral values of various klru of :the climex lectularlus. construction of such highway; .
decease was actively engaged in all of.foods are. We do not know 'how ravages Section 3.-The' board of :county STRIKECigarette c' ;

that functioned for the progresi of ,I much water we should drink .,not' At this writing 'is great: commissioners of 'Qsceola .county, .._..!
the community and her circle 'of why*' We do not know what the natural greatly needed for the. growir, Florida, may sell said warrants at ,, ... ..,\
friends was large; but for several elimination 6f the human body crops. The Watcher suggests that a private sale, provided they are' not : i rr
ahe has been incapacitated ; should be,nor the necessity for obey] big Sunday school picnic be 'arrange sold at less than pare jar-said. war '

from years active work, and for some time inff the,,call. We go on eatipsr,) Itnd for right away. If, that don't 'trir, rants may be sold torfiehighest bid- .
i her death has been constantly ex-,I drinking "ignoranUyuntil' dl ale rain we're in for.4 long dry' apell. der, after advertisement for four ,'1
The immediate members of !overtakes us and often then do no' successive weeks in a newspaper .
; her bereft are abuQliartd.1. try to find what causes the trout We bull< 'llne castles in -the aTr, published in Osceola county: : Florida, I'
the mistakes While the earth, rolls[ on Ha axis; at less }
: W. Busby, and Mrs. Gladys M. Al- nor try to correct we not than ninety-five (95) '
. cost nothing to construe '
ford who was a niece and also atcpdaughterloth made m'our ignorance. They us \I cents on the dollar. ',J
of whom were II The life we have I been living haa And not a cent for taxes. Section 4.-The said board of coun- '

t. constant In their attendance during, encouraged disease. We waste our A Georgia paper'has the following ty commissioners is hereby authorized Toseal Iri the /
time and doing things that are and empowered to levy annually '
the critical days. energy delicious Burley' '
to the-results of drinking
instead of God say about the .. -
Funeral! services were held at the I doing harm good. against real and personal property -
;; moonshine: "The writer of these
flavor.i j
Methodist church ,Tuesday morning has given to largely control 1920 looked situated in or located in Osce tobaooo
lines in the
at nine-thirty, Rev. R. F. Hodnett officiating our health. Happiness{ t depend into the dead faces year of three' men, ola county' Florida, a special tax -
largely on the condition of our bocies. root exceeding five ((5)) mills the
and Interment was made at on
of them heads of families Toasted '
that every ope dollar It's -
_ 'BUlTDURHAMMISS RoschUl cemetery. The services were Then how important we their lives to wildciliquor. of the assessed valuation ,of
,, .. largely attended, the Sunday school should keep our bodies in the best! wholave'./ These dead men, their funerals all such property to be collected! as
condition. We need,! educating other taxes collected for the ft
TOBACCO class of Mr.; Busbywhich he has, conducted I physical ,and flowers, their widows .and ,
along the line of eating, and purpose of redeeming and paying off u
for .being >
many years pres. orphan, and the toil of mothers and
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"f :, entln'body.. The floral tributes drinking, of food values; and food saia time warrants both principal
left to i in !
ones they struggle
: X.v "';:: numerous and elegant. combinations. Our health department and interest, i issued under the pro
the "ol'ld-811 these thing
should be stressed. Very few' frightful visions of this Act and it is hereby
r --- .- CARD OF APPRECIATIONTo young mothers (or old ones, for that are pr achinJC" more powerful ser made the duty of the county commissioners .'
matter) know what their children mons against moonshine liquor of said county, to levy ida, conferring the power to l levy '"
JEAN CALDWELL the many who were so kind should eat, and jtre generally any_ eloquence. of prohibition lector; such special tax, annually, ,at the taxes for road purposes, but.the powers "
.: i.GROWINGl1NE. ROSESThenoetattractiveroeesrthoaaoL during the declining days ofhcrwhb nible for the-heaHn-or-iHnesit respon-j I era wa" have. heard. 'and' known i in same time the ,levy of other taxes hereby conferred shaljbe.gj .- -t. ,
..:.-<-- has passed on,and whose sympathies /children. When 'we do years. -v.. ia-madoerJlo--Jonx- any of the warrants strued as cumu aside and additional 'V'
."" w ntxtendt'datthrt1mewhetrthTwer' I-terenteti'-rnrrugtr toRO"to: the sort which causa one to think of so! much needed; to those who and ,learn the needs of our,,truthfully added that iri every con tray be outstanding' and unpaid. general laws and the general statutes -
'" all otat it lovely and sweet and pure and the rules for health W munlty there are men so lost to adecency of Florida.
; tendered the tributes of flowers; to bodies Section b.-That nothing in this of the State '
and attractive, are being shown by' attend ale surprised that they are BO aim and self-respect that they .
the Sunday school class who and with Act shall be construed to Impair or Sectionn-- .-This Act -& ,all take
will make the stuff
j(' :| Miss Jean CaldweU, and"the demands ed in a body; and to all friends are pie. Whole wheat contains all the I devilish deadly persuade their fellow repeal any power or authority vestedin effect upon its passage and' approvalby .
her supply are many. In spite mineral needed in our bodies and i ia is cunning becoming
J t upon our thanks drink Ah and sad} county commissioners by the the governor, or upon its
to it. ,
"t, of the -dry weather he has succeeded W. BUSBY. perfect food but by the time it men yes general statutes of the State of Flor- law without such approval. ''
of the law catch
.' .' i in producing, large quantities, and MRS. GLADYS M. At-FORD. is milled and bleached and, made into when the \ ....
.r 'i, she is supplementIng her stock from fine flour there is nothing left but such II miscreant and hales himt ". -
,, f .y;' the yards .of Mrs. J. Wade Tucker? '.NOTICE xtarcti and gluten. So when we eat court a Jury of '<.his peers" sitting .tOOH 'UOOOU'OOO"'O Oo.oot.G'OOOO". '. OO. '
: where luxurious buds and blossoms beautiful white bread we are rofc with owlish dignity acquits bin. .
k' are being gathered each day. It Is -% '' bing our bodies and making trouble Just then the devil gigglea at the -
Caldwell tot Notice is hereby given that the miscarriage of justice 'ana his liberated -
the intention of Miss for our digestive organs and causing,' I
,' build up *.. business'that Bank of Osceola' County will clone constipation which Is the mutter of imp goes! back to his nefarious ELECTRIC CAFE I .
r" country-And each at in accord
Thursday noon husine
all this section of the all 'diseases. We should eat more .
with the other business institutionsof *
r cater! to other counties where fine foods in their natural I' state. Jo'ruitsand --Do- Your BeetEveryone
Kissimmee, commencing Thursday -
I t floral designs' and tributes are desir- vegetables are no abundant w '
t, May 12, and continuing until should do all he can to .
of them-but lean '
ed. Should more
I' .J'' second Tuesday in October. to tMnSMne thorn properly. provide for his family: and in order Sunday :: : : .

+ 'Great Britain exported 26,400,000. BANK OF OSCEOLA COUNTY Simplicity in diet and in food pre to' do (this, he must keep his p1' yaks WE ARE.
12-2t in the best condition possible.
pounds, of candles. 1919. paration makes living less cXpcnsm, MynU'tii
gives more time for other pursuits, I No one can reasonably hope to do "GOOD OLE CHICK'N DINNERS"
} health, much when he is half sick a Ilood
disease WHICH
t prevents promotes HAVE WON FAVOR
s makes one more susceptible to truth;I share of. the time. If you are constipated *-
and enables an individual to render: I I !, bilious or troubled with indigestion -

more acceptable service to God. I I get a package of Chamberlain's Don't Forget Our Good Meals Every Mealtime
Tablets and follow the plain
Health is the most valuable temporal -
printed directions and you will Boor SPECIAL SERVICE .
blll'ssinJthat anyone can pos
\ be feeling all right and able to ,do :a
and a knowledge sufficient .
s'ss.understand the organism that is so day's woik THE ELECTRIC CAFE I IG.

"wonderfully and fearfully 'made;" .
and to maintain it in health is far ,

more important than a. knowledge of It was Sunday-morning-at thpleasuic .. I R. DAYSON. Proprietor. Telephone 42. Broadway X
all thcwarts. Our bodicfi are a sacred
4 i '' dock. Also the same morning -
trust from God and the proper can in all other sections of the cityThere oHoct-oOO uoo CH "$ of them is a service due to Him. A .
were about a dozen there OD .;
Master' Builder planned our bodies:
I that cioik'' Someone noticed a bin
and we should do all in our power ti hundredand
j out from the spot some one-
keep them in good working} ordeianirTr J
eighteen feet or so-and the
Tor The Holy Spirit. I
f.'it. tenipl
in trouble. It would tip '
bird st-.cmed | GLE"MIICADO"-
The most famous temple of olden somctimei Pencil No. 174
Mo' it would struggle
over; ;
Limes was Solomon's temple. It "'all' .
its head) remained under water several '
marvel of its for design
the age
seconds, It didn't look like a
splendor, and was known far and B. J. O'Quinn
irateifowl. Finally
I built of
wide. This temple was
"" t-- Look a bout and paddled to the spotto
s .Me stone and rostly: '< wood and adorned determine the trouble-and to' doan For Sle at your Dealer MM!. In fin finder VI
Who ParticularShould
Are stones. But
; I with silver and Ir'cioull
and more act; of kindness. was THE NaL WITH THE'1lED BAND _
I more wonderful in design other do it, but he picked the
' architectural structure .to EAGLE MIKADO
: t See These Tools beautiful in ', bird from the water, paddled back to -
l t an-rent the landing, fastened, the paintor EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY NEW YORK
fr ;,>01' end brought the bird up to the dock.

S will have the'same satisfaction in l is the human body. Though these There it -was determined that the i" '. .. p' . _
human temples have been marred bji' : . : - .:
and :
q f : : a ,wellbalancedfastcutting .and fierce tempests without and sullen bird) was nearly drowned was O--O'U' OO4OoOOO O.o. '
very,, weak.,, There was a, little' 'lad I.. .. ,,\I! ": ,'
it.' ;J-: :. ..idurable! Saw,as you have in using a good raw,, Ores within,! ignorance and. sickness and superstition and; I itanding)by; and he promised to take .eo . :.. }; .
; by sin and ,
,allow it to rest,
he bird home -
: .f/I Oilr Tools for carpenter anti ]home work in- though they have passed throughstorms" furn-'It; loose. Then he started home ,i{

'du t>f passions and disease, .yet'vith-it.!t.; That is all there is to the BIRD'S BOARD.
) }i: ,S detherig11tsawsjlammersAxesTlatchets; ;/ though marred and defaced as they Simple, isn't itt Still thereare .

(" ;1," : >Braces arm<< -Bits, Chisels, Planes; Drawknives are, they have weathered these and Ktill ele- itory.but few men who would have .

; )4 + Screwdrivers: ,"Squares, Rules, etc. I,ments stand monuments of disintegration of beauty to the ,I II i took taken: for the one trouble little that bird.B, J.Yet O'Quinn every CREAM WHITE FfNfSHI

::1 'I't"?- Come in today and'see the Tools that last a I Master Architect. nan should have felt ith in duty to

." t 'lifetime and always" give satisfaction. When your breath is bad, appetite i I do it.
; t poor. and you' feel l "blue" and discouraged I I
you need llerbmc. One or DO YOU KNOW
1' ,. THE OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY two doses will start you riicht. It IH I Ila I -
rt ,. A . great system purifier. Price COe. I II That Lord Baltimore ruled over 1
R KISSIMMEE, FLA. ... Sold by J. Z. Koberson. **., he colony' of Maryland to all intepts
I and purposes an independent sov- JI-

..'. *INCffX5T4R STORB J ADVERTISING PROVING I reign; that the rule extended to his
.. BUSINESS son and that this.hereditary mon-
UFEjPf ALL irchv continued in force for nearly

:f. .!. r:4- :- 9 Gradually merchants are learning I 50 years, until the Declaration of 4R
: end?
: udependence brought it to an
\ (Ii ;. .." .. the The high"one.tinedisplay"value of good J advertising.announcement I'

--- is fast losing out-for business ALWAYS AUpACIOUS" .

: :-..- '" -' men realize that "keeping everlastIngly WITH WALLACE, REID ,'
!' rtczi'! ; : ;::r "'j' "
". ': at it brings success. One pail AN AMAZING PICTURE
of water makes a mighty small
.,., . td '< .r; in to extinguish a'' Lt .
i\\ : showing an effort
.k..... ,.-1..1 -I. )Mrayyu.,. ( will When Ben Ames Williams' story
d :- blaze; one length of twine be no ''Toujours de L'Audace" was pub- '

=:. :; aid in towing a crippled car. With I shed in the Saturday Evening Post .1.
lia4&1'uIt a steady flow of the pails of water Now
: I I it; instantly created a sensation. -
4 F'ooO : T -
considerable blaze be quenched -
., a may hat it has -been adapted to the screen :
.. :=: '':: ; and with a sufficient number of of .
I for Wallace Reid under the name '
,.' I IW. I 9.u lmPcts' ::;--"' ....:_....."_::11"lffP _-: .. engths of twine twisted1 into a cable I''.Always Audacious, ," it doubtless -
.. ... . 0,; --__- the heaviest car can be readily mov- I will attract much attention. "Al-

s l I ;d. Great percent concerns of their set net aside returns a certain for- I I the rays Casino Audacious"tomorrow will be for shown the one at I NEW ROOMS IN A FEW HOURS | 4

[i :Here is a food,made from wheat of the; the one following year to bo yearend used in plan publicity that day only. .

,. :and'malted'barley, which gives each successive fund will be larger leid In plays this remarkable two roles-photoplay those of i'erryanton Mr. f""VD. you need another room? Do your, ,
And .it always
han the
club ardilettante / ,

(N .sin,. Ql to.the'bywithoutta1c: provided- business-like the advertising'.linear' ,,Readersf is done ) _a_and wealthy..SJim,Attucks,man a crook; walls need redecorating? Neponset;
'''- -
-- Both were born on the same day '
a T -igthaway.Grape publications of all sorts co1mns and and both men are alike as two peas. The BoardJs just what you should select for 1

grades consult the advertising rook]) conceives the idea of doing making of
; that two rooms out for
< with the same care news a..ay with his,double and assuming one, replacing
toms and other matters are consid- his place in society end in the busir old walls and '
.'> ) e red-and the well-written and well- less world. ceilings, or for wainscoting., .
,. -= displayed and' Impresstul announcements Of course, there is a pretty love Burrs
t trade of Nepor set Board is moisture f
bound draw
are tov of which Margaret Loomis,the proof on both
j hose in the market for such wares tory tkles. No
( its
) is the central figure. required stippled white
,.. iading woman cream
'1[ l'' follow
Such results will naturally ; _
4"i in of the finish is -'
doubles really bt&utiful-but -
Mr.. Reid many i if wish
r "' and the ehrewd advertiserrecogniseshe : you W paint irj)
; and Attucks
; ; scenes as Danton
it takes
paint and I
pfr5" = --'siisralr nourishes tlfoU fact. Every time. surprising results. easily economically. Comes in sheets
"' '
*" About- Rheumatism A laughable Torchy comedy will r ready .to use-only hammer and saw needed to put A'

z'i' bxjiucning tnc,btoiriachLor taxing the People are learning that it is only provide the smiles for the day and it 10. Artistic interiors made in. a few hours. .

waste 6f time and money to take fans will do well Uk see "WaUie" in
$ \ digc tioruts exceptional nutriment I medicine Internally for chronic and this picture which is the best he ever Think how many There are in your home where'

.; S ; ;is assiniilafed with none ofthe slow- tuscular! rheumatism, and about, lade. Remember. it will be shownn Bird' Neponset be,used to advantage.' j"f'\
'; inety-nine out .of a hundred cases Saturday. Then come in and let us tell how little
you it
are one or the other of these varie- cost
often I
N ; ingujplpf energy; or drowsiness, I ties. All that is really necessary to 'OMPLETE CROSS-STATE ROAD I BIRD 4 J0N._. t.asad.a' teas)Li.s: wel,.) Mesa

: : (/ causedl 1yJie vyortarchyibod$r fiord relief is to apply Chamber BEFORE NEXT SEASON OPENS b
,y, ;t ; .' I lI iln's Liniment freely. Try it. It
J" I oats but 86 cents per bottle (Continued from Pace One) For Sale By :J
R 1,1'e: ,;;(ciispness.andflavorof .1 l*9. 60! !cents.N : 4e said warr nts: The interest upon ..aidwamata ,

.' r t ,, ,, (1.rrIP Niiti' eoriels'- tto: the taste GHt-4ofk About. It v 11' and may shall be be represented paid semi-annual-, by biter.* W. B. Makinson )

a eat attached thereto. Said Company
(' j ot ''f,.. I The Klskimme* Valley Gazette coupons
?,. (,"< 1 ">., to '.1. )0' .'." .. ",.'. ,I;;, .ayes it was the.first time In the history arrants* apd interest,coupons 'may .
,) .;1 of the United 'SUtes where I be made' payable to the bearer, or Phan.123 KlSStMMEE
:':',.t"J ," C aunty was divided Into five counties I to> the order of any person, firm or 308 Broadway | -

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4:.1 7Tj!: ,as..-Arcadia Eaterpnse. blallk by the payee, shall thereafter .

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iikeJiwse 7.1 notice in the classified columns Now Ik the time40f year when the / : \ .; ..,: .,,,,. w"
? of. the Bartow''Record that someone termination: 'of an 'event la. camouflaged '\ ... . ; : .....

1 J/t/ advertising' a "graphphone". for .( as a...."commencement.-. ,: : "GOdDRIGHff : :.: . : ( ;( ."
sale.. 1 presume that is. one of the -* ,*, ", '
machine with the :"owe" taken out Mixed. In Meanings' : >." .. .,'\. ..
i-but I'll bet it's just'as noisy Some publications, in telling, of ,,..\ '. '
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>Ii. the desire, <<)'President; Harding to .. . !'.."',.r"... ,t.
7? a IME- Time Counts As Nothing cut down on expenditures as 'a nation ' Reduces,Tire ,Prices 'f, .
In recounting a news dispatch relating and asa' government, term it "a :n. ., __ : \ (_, : .:, .
to a murder ant suicide the drive.". Pshaw! 'That's not a. drive . ,
r Gainesville News say: "Sills.Self Nossir. That i i. shifting into reverse -- ,Oi '
k/ RUSH and Another." 'A a things are told: in _n' then steppin'. on itl! Yassum. 20-Per Cent < :' ..,. ,
> '-- their sequence I rail. 'that'.a'clever: I thank you. .. '
: man who could kill himself and -ten. : / :
"kill another." ,. '. 7 I' Father Really Work Effective Monday May '2
r # # The following cias.smea. appearedin ;i.
.1 Tkerefreshingtangyflavor: Ah Slitting/! Needs ItFedetal a recent issue of a paper published .
treasury figures show thathere In Missouri: I ." !
of,West Indies Limes lathe, is in actual circulation in the For Sale-A father with '

distinctive feature of this United States $60.80 for each man 17 children, 7 plumbers, The B. F. Goodrich Rubber Company : t. t'.:: :
woman' and child All I have to ad( .looking for work; M gal. .
newest of the "Crushes"the to this is that if .some durned profl .. pipe, 9c' ; 3%, 12c; bathtubs makes this readjustment- : "- w f'i
. companion drink to teer don't immejutly hand me my; sinks, toilet; pipe cut tire'pn'
a.# Ward's Lemon-Crush deficit of $55 there's going to be real, any size Campbell Plumb- '
andorangeCrush. double-breasted trouble for someone ing Company, 431 Eist 7th to meet new conditions 'and to. J b ri fitt't'l'. ; '
Delicious I Iif street. 19420. Home .even* '
She Hire*-He Pays tags all tire .
This includes
users. reduction .. ,
frofefef or at fountain ... ;
The Live Oaic Citizen tells of the Most assuredly that Is a 1'lu m ,; :
P ., marriage of Hall and Miss family" right-"and I'm mighty gladjafatber .. ..
Bottled by 1 1If May Jackson She surely must love stays home evenings. II ,x); 'I"IoJ: .1
\ him-for,- although many rent : COCA-COLA: BOTTLING church for- inch a ceremony seldom ing. according to the pld song but :. :,7t ." !; .
,,' WORKS is it that a girl hires hall lor,same with seven plumbers and ten wh .
lI r. purpose. are A bit but of plumb, I would say:; : : : '< .
,. PLo.. 168 * "Sufficient unto the day are the Fabrics' . ,' "4 p
Let's Be Fair. Everybody Campbell thereof." Yassum. ," -- 'I'JI'. .)
. The Tampa Tribune published a *. *
. half-dozen portraits of state newspapermen . FIRST BOOK: OF REVOLUTIONS Goodrich Tubes: ' .:.J
f in ,its Saturday issue. 'Twoof .Inner >
the men were exceedingly hand- Relating to Sid Neyjay '
,r",; some individuals. The'other one was l \ .;i..., ...
W. B.' Harris, of the Kissimmee Valley 1 And it happen d at a time before You are given the 'full benefit of'these /'. ''
t-- Gazette. the meteors fell from the hear- ; = ; !

!" . ( That Old Song*Of*Bye* ens 2, And following the period. when new prices right, at the time when .you ''"'"" ".''-. '

If a body meets a ___ _____ theT> rnobites! and Republibites and ,.atr. }
._' C' When the weather fine, tho Prohibited and the Mugwumbites are ready to replace l your oldtires: with :'' Use
) Should a body ask a body were airing their grievances, ; <. ..# ;1
For.a snack 6' shine T 3 That Sid Neyjay,the Alabamite,, :. ,
5\: .3t .A Every body likes his toddy- girded up his lions with the surcingleof new ones. Now IS the time to buy tij.em.. ". : ,'
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: Though it's hard to buy; nerve and moved out upon the t'. : ; .

But I'm when always a body feelin"winks..dry at. me people.4 And he did then and there Your Goodrich dealer will supply' ....:::' :' ;
smite himself the breast and .
upon e '

Why note Was by I SkippedI the papers .throughout vowed good.some vows while the vowingwas needs nd'.give., you the advantage' of ". l i' l .

the Mate that the Tampa Tribune 6 Then he did urge his preachments .
these :
has been favoring the press with a upon the populace so vehemently new prices on your purchases; ... < ,

. . fine picture of the new building the people wondered: -' .
which will become! the home- of thai'. 6 4nd he insisted-yea, he aware r ) '"
: Indolent great journal. I have seen no illus- great swares by the exteruated rub-
" Leg tration-but I have seen the building erneck-.of the sacred ostrich The B F. Goodrich RubberCo''
; and my congratulations the Tribune 1. 7 And fey-the wrinkled hide of =\ ,

r Ulcers' Hemorrhoids. owner are as bulky as the building oldest elepha of' the elephantioses K ; ?1uwKri't :
tribes t
ia magnificent. ., '
*. *. 8 That, should he-suffer defeat in Akron Ohio {
his aims for his the high "h ;:+; .
This la No News -- .
, Ask Your Druggist. The claim agent of the Jacksonville railing, eleCtio:10:: \ '.. 0;
'l .. Traction Company lays that 9 De feet of de. wouldbe ,j. :; ::;: j r'
fewer accidents have on without shoes and quest of progress ' ...
t happened would be bootless. i''N)I'. ",,';,' :;::if\; ., r
he street since the skirts have _
cars ,
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; been shortened-and adds that the 10 Then became all the multitude v&; .. .u'" .",CAy ('"
a. -
great percentage of such accidentsare filled with a great .fear, and they L ., . e '" < ,1 '. i
caused by the -women's shoe-heel trembled like unto guava jelly slightly .' :_ I
catching In the hem of the dress. unjelled. .
BASSCONSTRUCTION Then he' gives the women the once 11 And they said unto'each other

} over and" remarks: "Few of them, with strong acclaim: ., ,
12 Unless it shall be that Sid
20. Wise
however, caught during 1
guy--that lawyer don't you think? eyjay shall be given a home at I ,-- -.. -.- ,. . ; -, -.
:. .I COMPANY If a heel nowadays ever gets within Tall-lay-hass-see there will be hard
sighting distance of a hem it is when times upon us people; ,' . .
" they're both packed in suitcase. I "13 Albeit some could not speak :'.l',' .,
: PHONE 117 thank you. that word'being of other tribe; 4 -. ow '\

. * 14 And' they called it Chatt-tay-'I Itwasthne .. ... .-V", rr
.:. When The Keys Stuck lou-chee; but they. ,were prone to say .
", Practical f Says the Tarpon. Springs! Leader:* it in syllable. and then in a. low .. irf. ; : : ';
Mr. C., H, Pease of Tampa breath. '.' '' .... *
'. Contractors and Builders, .. ., was in Tarpon Springs 18- But when'! the fight had hit the r, .. ,' \'. \.,,-,. '.-., "I ::: ;.; 'n *.- " pi 1j3rsLl'isi1" .L.,;. t
on professional business to- commencement,it was found that Sid ..,::i! IY"'HJ' :;,<{"\ A'... : ;.;\" to ". ''all riQiit ,. .
of .. day. Mr. P eauesaSHRDL- Neyjay was ;feeding his the .' .wup";. ; '. ?>%, -'," "

weness today* Mr': Pease ida town with the Leonantic title. > <,% >>i. ....: __ V.j_.' *.. .,*
i Structures of All Kinds piano tuner and came up 16 Then did the lift of Sid Neyjay .t, I ,
to attend to an instrument become as a circus with three circles 4
belonging to Mrs fowler.I'm --each Jf which was more lively than MY BRAIN was busy. TO BUY'that 'elgu h. "
WOOD., BRICK STONE, STEEL, not much of a hand at tuning I the other. . 5--- A, .. GE
STUCCO -that is, tuning pianos; but I'm 17 And they who were given office BUILDING AIR casUu.r. THEN LIGHTING up.SMACKING . ,t.
willing to attest, vow. assert, make walked right In and turned right . t t. .;' ".' ,"
., afTfidavit i And< declare! that Mrs. Fow- :,round and walked out again FOR I wasn't sleepy. THEIR lipsfc t
Paiatiar, Tiati/g, PaperHsujiBfETerytkint ler had been running' some mighty 18 Till the number of appoint- . t . ;as./" '
.. '3iI". ----- swift scales on that machine It ments and suspensions and readjustments 1tt FINALLY I dozed. off. AND SAYING, ""Oh, BojTi',' '. r
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in tfce Buildiat Line looks as if that action was acquired. LIra
Yassum. 19 Rivalled the number of AssyrIans AND PROMPTLY dreamed.. THE exact .copy. ,. "
.*. smote in one night, an hundred . .
N. F. BASS JACK BASS Answer For One Anxious and forty and four thousand, THAT I was awake. *" OF THAT'."satisfy ....* r +
.Someone sends me the following: 20 And the footprints of those . . r ,-.1\-
m Royal 51. SIS Spronle A e. BUT WOKE right AND THEN I-came to. . !a' Y
+ I am a girl and have been coming and those getting and those up. bAND
living here a year, but I going . -!I' e' -i<, \.....
cant seem to make any 21 /Would have worn ,down the AND. POUND. .I was asleep. SAID. .to.myself- z .;
.friends. I meet girls' but. berm of the West Palm Beach canal '
wevei1 get to be true :friends till .It 'was a hole in the ground. THEN I got thinking.OP "THIS TIME you'r.'drMmogt f', : ,h '
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I I to them. I long for more For eight and forty full moons r "
i; girl friends. Please advise I did this. sort of procedure continue 1 A wonderful. . lonnula.POR '. ro&euRE.. .' t ...<
h me what___ to ita.. ore Sid: Neyjay'' ambled to Alabama :.
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MAKING cigarette WAKE UP, you dam Cool, .r
LONESOME.You or journeyed to Georgia. . . .. .'
are in the same boat with 23 Then did the people commenceto : -I''. s
I PLANNED It all out. WHY, THAT'satlb1pda
thousand of others, Mil Lonesome. sit up and take nourishment! of . ::
t VI' There are so many similar cases thatI rumors and records, ; SO MUCH Turkish tobacco. SIMPLY CANT be.copied.". ,. +,
feel sorry for. them; but there is 24 And they did burrow while the . ee a _1.. .r'--c". "
ever a jrreat tendency for the town- burrowing was timely into the deals BLENDED JUST. so wltfc Burly. tit'"
raised girl to shun to a large degree of Sid Ne jay till they learned of . j ,
.., those who arrive later. Just why it his sagacity; AND OTHER Domestic leaf. ..
I rr is so I don't know; but upon numer- 25 Albeit they began to learn thatit . ,
, ous occasions I have heard late ar- was far easier for a prisoner to be Air-r..,., Tua ., ..11AN AND I knew that blend. (
r, .. rivals in s 'small city say: "Well, pardoned from the penitentiary your<*M/r to fhotrtt . THAT'S:. fact'; thi .f'SsttVff ;.
,< I'm getting a dose of my own medicine provided his spondulix and appendixwere ,yes >. ..._.._. WOULD MAKE a hit. can't be copied.'" Irs bar. ,a.
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I'. !: now. In the Florida city whereI first removed to the strongboxof _led sin. of SO CAM,.... own secret patting thoee good tobeoooe !
lived for many years, and where I Sid Neyjay, tJeJd. A. oompeot oar I OULD Just ....' together la a>wsqr,thaitgh. es) ,
; F' IRE spreads its web to catch knew everyone, we all sort of resented 26 Then it was to kiss and caressa vn/..t end mbmolmtmfrA1RTIOHT OP JOG ..erJ' last CllUJlNo.Of their. IOiesterfields.
r. .-. the careless and unprotected. the arrival of a new girl, and we grasswidow without getting hayseed : peclc/lI4- CROWDS .happy people.I -. grance. You'll tmack your lips' over.. "I\
wouldn't go near her for a long,lone in the hair th. o/4arettee keep lash. And r.member-yow .
t. Losses arp climbing: and amount time. Now here I am in a new place 27 Then did the Hail Sid becomeas Iltdellni' y. THRONGING. .INTO Store** can't,get "Satisfy" uywben else... ,:

Ji.' : to more than a million a day. -and no one cornea to see me. After Scat Sid, and the peoples pat . "
this I'm going\ to call n. all the great spits upon their former fealty, +
k\; The gravest danger lies in neglect -" new folks." That sounded all right 28 Prone wise they when the

;. and indifference. In these -but she didn't dq it; she kept righton game opened to take up the cudgel ,
just as she had been doing. Of of condemnation >< s 11O
times you need the, full, sound course, Lonesome, some of this seclusion 29. But, once lifted, the people declared ",
-- -- 'protection of the Hartford Fire (caused because-you axenot with one voice saying they .I I1
:. ,, in the monied class: if folks were all set and ready for the high yk;
Insurance Company, which, is could "put on a lot of dog, and com- ign. O oQO l t r + '
. '.M backed by a century-old record mence to run bills at the various 30 And their venom reminded one ..
mercantile establishments, why, then of the thoughts of a sweet woman
and< _
of honest
r' dealing mple you'd be sought-by a certain faction -' over her first kiss, fri9
j"" assets. In addition, without ex --and you'd "get into aociety." 31 Because it lasted foK so long C.

M:. ...... tra cost the Hartford's Fire That Is, if you 'wanted to follow the period-but was so different. \\1 t Ma.4ti 'fi i .
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crowd and do as the crowd did. 32 They vowed they wodid hale t/
. Prevention Engineers will search Sometimes this .is not' pleasant-and Sid Neyjay back from the bourne '. .i.LIOOIRT T Tb +
There whence he had fled '
defects which It may lead to> embarrassment ;

".' out may cause youloss are-too many little clans and cliquesin 33 They would segregate him . ., ., . .. .' ... ., .
by fire. any city.-altogether too many'there from his pills, paregorics purgaIres s. -'w i.r- . > .. ?r

" i are too few who seek to,extend and preparations; I .. ,. : ... .. ... ,_ .. ... ... > _; . ....... .._. "
w Get Hartford insurance today a welcome to the lonesome and the 34 They would stigmatize his M I For A Weak Stesacch ; ,.,
through this agency Flay afe! yetrrners' -altogether too few. Life one who bled his- fellowmen; As a general rule all voce need to Bat FertOxerVHoliest bwtddipt' ,' ..\.$; '\. ::; j I 5;ryin
I" : !is short enough any way one nay $6 And would say all manner ofthings do to to adopt a diet to yourbevel d _. J...... > ''t' h M, ... .- .. dir
,r ;, GARSQN!FARMER', '' Ox ,iti,; and the best way the against him occupation and keep / : .' Pipit. ." .: lPNitBiJpea'at t
t AGENT' good out of It. U to manifest a desire 86 I'JI..7.the,. would.. regular* When you; feel that..yory I_Geedi ; 021. .101. ,.,..'L% ,* Ali+MaurfaettrtAi., \ : ',
L to extend a sinany'courtesies *a 87 And the.....t.of; Sid Nipjay have oaten.too much and,when con- .< L' '' %''I ;"e 1'sik' : ,,P
tI Office! WiIIJea BwUbc possible. If such*had been the' ease would be.,worse than the first.. of Chamboriain's ':'' .
1;,. .... "... Gr. taar ...PRItaae C* "( ere you would not have written me. 88 And this cndeth the' First Book, Tablets.! at. .. *t l' l .o.':.r. 'J.IU\nau".1W .::.rI' . .",t l'' r
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3KISSIMMEE VALLEY.1 GAZETTE: CRANKING. ON- REVERSE WITH, .EXCESS CAS .,, 0 04-0' i 00 ', 0 q.o o 44 too..0.0 0 t. .0 t , 0 000. 0 .. (I

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--.I- '" : I. JUDGING from the amount of matenal in the silk dress looks ,
: 7 Pablisaed Every fdday t ) average '
a } .,;! By Kissuataee Valley' Gazette. Company, Kisiinnee, Florida I riithe silk wortrsV:' have also gone on striked Orlando" Reporter-Star. No;; .' HOGTONE -

"fW. B. Harris President t .G. 'Vau Agnew Secnw.,' the, worms are stall wofking;' haven't even "turned. But the customer'' "M'. _

J;: W. L. Taoradyks, Editor '. .* 1. oppear 'to be still'.conserving as during .the recent day of yore. Some of : ,.. "--.. .. "q
; ; 'These skirts. seemHo be full of'' fullness hear the southern -zbnt."hokins a''
"'r-- Subscription. .Ha tea: I baggy-as an dephanf s hide set of turkish trousers The
4 :* On Copy, One Year..._____.___;...__.__._._._____._..__...._._,:too 36-inch'lIilk which' ( or a twenty-two' ,
One Copy Six Months_..__.;_.;....___._._._:...._..__:._._.____ ..?--.- '1.00 yards'of were required to make.a-xlress for mother' in 64
.y One Copy, Three Month.._;.___.________.__..___________.____::_.. .50 'will" row.,,make five' jfowns, for gran'-ma--or granddaughter, "' '' ,,
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: .Enter'ed at tli Postofflc at )Kljralmtn as i matter. ) J .
"'j MORE than one hundred book and job-printing shops in lhe'louth.. ,.

), : "' All communications. lace"L' from by our th authorised. wrlt.p. correspondents must ben castern1fst tU have- i issued statements- that they, will'be opeikted henceforth w

i Rejected matur.. abed bl returned unl.". called. for open ,shops-and reports from all over the country are adding to tht is an essential- for .

,I U-Associated: Press Dispatch. This does not mean there will be a low I "
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1Forwlffti AdvvrtUtny Rpi wnt .
'I ..., .. I THEAMERICAN PRE35 ASSOCIATION 'reing of''l"asea--but; it indicates the plan of' allowing any. workman if be every hog producer: .,
I ., . .''je. competent to- hold a position regardless. of marital religious, civic o'raternal \ '

: :._'" FRIDAY, MAY 13, .1921_ ; associations.SENATOR . Iti. the one Liquid; Tonic and Conditioner that i is so de- J ; V'. '
.! .' MEMO- MORTALIUM OMNIBVS- HORIS SAPIT pendable!! that!. once used the stockgrowerwill never" be .

t \ Park: Trarnmell had the'satisfaction of ,seeing the'- senate without. itll. a not a :"cure-all I," .but for hog cholera or ..... yl

HOW sad i i. the spectacle when he "who has .o recently been relievedof committee of interstate. commerce take up on'Tlielld.i his 'relOlutio asking swine plague tuberculosis or snifbes| carries.. a full .satis- ,' ,-J ;* .

:the "wtiglit of government of the entire lUte" ha been found guilty 'by for'an investigation of the present high rates on transportation of citrus faction guaranteeand cannot be praised too highly. Come .-
fruits and farm.lands. At this hearing Senator T r.mmellV II.present such
grand jury and has been indicted by that body "for corruptly receiving '
data as he has accumulated and for the week he. has been sending .lojhe store and let us tell you more about it. ,
past \
and accepting a gratuity ,of -money for casting his v re' for' the granting of .
ti .. pardons while.governor of the state of Florida. 'out s-0r s. calls for those interested to come to Washington and be heardby L-coo'---- ', .' ,

'iS "jNo one t. wise at all times" it it true; yet: those who *o crudely open the committee. ,_ - \
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I, Uiemselves to suspicion with their inferiors would appear to be wise at no
time whatever, TVlhemass of those who supported during a most stringent AFTER listening to the:conncert at Haines"'City Sunday afternoon by Central Drug Store:

,I campaign the. preacher-politician-prohibition-profligate an extent as the Shrine band fro* Tampa excellence of the Kissimmee Concert Band .

to male his election sure the findings of the Bradford county grand jury- wftsthe, more apparentand ,it,.is the' more .readily understood why the audiences rr

,will! come as a shocjc. Many that''' i is. proportionately many ot those not I in Kissimmee each Sunday afternoon through the season were so 104 BROADWAY u! ___--- I

yet 'divorced from their devotions.toward him..will ,declare that a bias-exists. large.Th.-T mpa-aggregation-was DearJrWublrthe.izeof.theJ ca organization Day .41PHONES L : Ni ht,219o r---

and it may require' addition! indictment\ from Walton county tq assuage and was exceedingly attractive in .appearance--but the qualityof J .

_,_ ---. ir--ruf8ed[ feelinp.- music rendered was nbt'as.perfect by considerable as, is that of the Kis -
/ There little doubt that as the investigations, go the! cleePfr.the "stir- :simmee Concert Band. That is the opinion of many who are capable of _._ -

gups" will become the muddier, and the more convincing will become rendering( fair and impartial judgment..LAKELAND a ---

s the evidence as to the fatuous functioningi of the late governor. Possibly I
will be tales told that have but of truth' and assertions made
there a scent MADE ;
" \ that will have but a veneer of accuracy; yet. because of past actions the ) WINNING FIGHT THANK YOU r

; people will consider nothing too absurd or trickish to be attributed to him. J
.. OUTBIDDING competitors in the attempt *o "land" Southern college
-. It is a matter of pity that such: a man should have-been elected to the
c i the Methodist educational institution. Lakeland had the gratificationof ,
in the and matter of commiseration that he should
':. highest position state; a
seeing her immensely valuable overtures accepted and it is promiied the
in that class which remains in -of ,
)have ignorant spite experience.
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will be erected that If Lakeland
college at point. can.deliver all her:"pledges, ..
of becomes of bribes either actual .
i When a governor a state subject '
of l nd it is but- fair to say that all indications point thai way the Methodists v .. .
the loses of its and. there "
prestige naturally
implied state too some ; hundred
1 promise to invest four thousand dollars----the first of which will be
' be drawn into the. Astertions made
will affair. arc now that J.
I Mendenhall the double-murderer of women Was in collusion with the ,for _pnt at an early date. .._

v J i w mer governor-possibly in the role of -understudy; and it is more than ... : Number 3Is -

f t probable because of the services rendered the late governor was the pardonof CASINO PROSPERING .... Christine Largent Lorena Phillips, :
the murderer to have been granted-had .there not been a "leak"' which UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTThe Francis Smith, Leroy Johnson,James : Now Lasocked As A
., spilled all the beans. Davis Robert Davis, C. J. Nelson. ,

o ': .. While the spectacle is deplorable for the atafe it may result in serious Casino after a week under its Musto Bronson Lloyd Austin, Lloyd .

r complications for the man in the spot-Jisht-whose pleadings prior to his new manager, Floyd Eades' soons to McCullougrh, Marvel: Cecil King:Alvey.MarionWelling Jewel Simmons -. GREAT MONEY SAVER:

election bore '. strong tint of hypocrisy and whose funny fanfaronades folic be rising: quickly into favor: Mr. ton, J. C. Partin Rene Ledbette. .
Ea'des in
lowing drew attention froiryall portions of America. here, ,came who from bytheway Orlando no where stranger he' George Key, Hubert Smith Edward --oo -_ .

"Bartering his venal wifci/or sums of gold was located, last winter with the Or- Bowen Louise Darling, William
"He cast himself into the saint-like mould; lando Enterpriser, and with his pro Jones, Virginia Brbwn Dorothy If ye* are not already ce-eperatiBf with as. just think what prices ; ;

w \ __ _""Groan'd sigh'd and pray d, while godliness was gain: motion to the management of the Elizabeth Myers, Saljy Deyoreo Barber DeRheta Ruby, Alderman Tison-, weald k* wiliest .
Casino:: he is determined that the .
'! The 'loudest bagpipe of the squeaking train. theatre-goers of Kissimmee shallhave Martha May Newby.-
Second Grade Vivian Smith Dale
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the best during the coming
LEGISLATURE CAUSES WORRY THROUGHOUT STATE summer months-l st as they have Padfrett: Margaret Wbidden Benit
been getting all through the winter Cooper Mildred Carr, Caribel Hig- l
don, l\iae Lang Dickie Miller.' Jin tYhe Tayl0r ;
a : ;; 7 VARIOUS sections of the state are continually in a condition of worriment season booked, Campbell, Robert Holcombe, Rodney
Many big i.
.4; ,) lest the legislature shall enact measures which will cause trouble to according to Manager Eades. They Carr. Mildred Carr, Beatrice Yoder I

'. I i the general public. The saying that "No one can. foretell-what a legislative will be offered at popular prices and Emma Woodall, Mary Frances Smith a 3tors: ,
t body will do" is so trite that numerous bodies of careful men are visiting) if all goes as he plans even cheaperLhan' Thelma Smith Frances May Lesli .
Joiner, Eatel Hertzel Elizabeth Bass, .
;; Tallahassee at frequent intervali, to explain the trouble which would be they have' been. Paramount Bill Tindall. Howard Higdon, Charles aVery
j if'certain bills are-enacted. Tx be the office of the pictures will of course, predominate .
hpund ensue sure Grantham- Davis Roy |
and the Casino ahould be well pat- Attractive Offerings Daily
overnor. he being one of the common men and anxious to view all law ronized, a. the new manager wants Breaker, Allen Davis' :. ._ .
;: .from the point of. the common people is always open for visitors, and there everyone' to feel welcome to make ? Third, Grade Alta :Ruth Matilda OverRtreet Deitz MabePansier .,
i is no trouble in 'getting the ear"of Governor Hardee; nor is there any the theater a :habit and not a rare Eol .
Peaks, Oliver Burton
occasion. Don't hesitate to tell himIf Carson Ilol .., ..... n
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ii : ',douLt' that he will review all measures very carefully before he affixei his: combe, Robert Mach John Pha, Albert -
"things go' wrong" and he will do : . .o..ooooo.
signature.One. j his best to remedy it, for the Casinois Rogers. Lon Tyson Earl Kern- ,
+ I + of the measures causing alarm it the bill that will prevent Any to be run 'for the people and by minfrton Doris Bass Alice Bass . 10

.wholesale house from delivering its goods- direct to the retailer' the sale the people, ._ f' Keen Lucile, JoyMakfnaon'Murray Gilbert, Bessfe.Johnson Tyson Doris :. J. R. CLAY . :. '.' MO THOMAS. 10 : ,
are.madeexcept upon the payment of-a state'and[county tax which would GREAT DETECTIVE HEAD Russell Swain, Harry Bert Dale, :1\

i ry ... prohibitive. At the present time there are numerous 'wholesaler in Florida -. William Pratber, Billie Smith, Herbert : .
., whq start-out'with .their "drummer" a load of the, goods mostly in deaiand. pass, Hampton Bowen. Lloyd CLAY/&THOMAS/ f fOUR ;
TO INSPECT "HIS GROVE Bass Johnnie Drivers, Richard Hilton -
,Possibly these, auto-trucks cover ,a radius of one hundred 'miles :
t The: drummer' takes the orders delivers .the goods at the moment; the' retailer .' William. J. Burns-, head of the Verde, William. Myers,Lang.Oscar'J. W Lee-'Largent Partin, .. ;

saves. the freight or the express chargeeai the care may be anJ ha secret service arrived in Kinsimmee Ma/garet Partin Phyllis England : SLOGAN

the goods immediately on sale. Such a practice. fairly common in certain Saturday and the Lupfer-Prather Fourth Grade: Preston Patrick / : -
L lines of goods-and the work is held by the retailers served as one Company was at once called upon Henry Bratton Tom Bell, Emil Duke, .
for cab service by the visitor. .'The LeVert Baaa, George Sigler Arthur : "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS"i "
that. is highly beneficial to them. The railways and companies who '
express .
trip to, city was ,made ostensibly Fowler LeRoy Cayson, Maynartl .
i are sure to lose a certain amount of imall traffic are against the practice to look 'over the grove property Poulk, Dorothy McCrani,. Gladys : i oOo-- ;
# a Likewise are. those houses located at points too remote to use such mean' belonging to Mr. Burns, he- having Wellington Erma Denny Shirley.

of transportation for immediate delivery. But the passage of such a mear. purchased several years ago what i Smith. Eva Tindall Elizabeth Fleming The Same Excellence of Service and the Same : I
was known as- the VanDuzer grove.. Albert Roeero; Ri-hard Rojrero, : ,,,
+) ore would mean an oil-truck of either ol the two great luppl \
ng '
? Mr. Burns has scarcely seen his Vernon Jamcn Thel ,
"i f-r Westfall Perry Fair Treatment Will Be Given All Patrons
companies could not'make: ,its deliveries as is now being done-and there property since the purchase was ma Davis Doris Gooihtoan; Lilla :

hi r would be an added amount to the prices now charged for kerosene and made and was, greatly pleased withit. Uemick, Agnes Ordas, Marguerite -o0oand I
gasoline., In many ways .would, such legislation be disastrous to the ultimate He' outlined plans for future Saucer Alma Shuman Eva Thomp. ,
k coa.umer-.nd lessen and retard the work of the retailer. work for he intends to make this ten Lonnie Woodall. all repair work will be guaranteed to be high-grade '
,l ._.. "''I. spot his permanent '.home when he Fifth Grade: Cassie Partin Ruth ,
1 shall retire from public service. On Straub, Josephine Griffin. Katherine at a minimum'price.; ; Your patronage is solicited. .
.I REPRESENTATIVE- DAVIS MUCH 'TOO. GOOD Monday Mr. Burns was .taken by Waring Evelyn Poulk Cecil Tison
Gene Bryan to Lake Hamilton and Bonnie Simmons, JJettie Mae Snyd,
' WHEN the mitter'.of. considering a gift of clothing and five dollars to other points on the scenic ridge-in Dick Stanley, Gettice Tyner Joe & THOMAS I

i! t. each discharged inmate of the 'several, corrective institittioni of the state was order that he couldgain a fair Denning. Franklin Edwards Charles. 1-1cirn
knowledge of what might be done Tyson, Modora Byrd Virginia Harris
before, the lower house Representative 'Davit, of Ltbn. trembling with fear j
with his property: In Osceola county. Annie Lee Cleckiey.M.ry Stef- Avenue Carafe Phone ?%. KissimmeeGoodman ;
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; over what some of the ex-prisoners .might do if they had all that money in i fee. Ella Quirk Hazel Hirtzel. (
6; 1. La d..t one time entered a sturdy protest regarding ,the half-eagle. It "DOLLAR A YEAR MAN" Sixth Grade: Edwin Barnes, Ahrin t.

night be all right, he ''opined to give the boy or girl, the woman or the I FATTY'S GREAT COMEDY McCranie. Frances Bailey, Marion .4

:t _,1" nan; some clothing; but (shudders here) it would be thrusting temptation COMING TO CASINOLila Graves Seventh, Coralee Grade Johnson: Julia :Fair Vivian I 4

? : b t' (sobs here)* upon the timorous ones (gobs of. grief at this point) to .hand Lee who has becom Floyd Ethel Owen Hazel Bass, Edna

r any ef *em five dollars! (More heart-tracts). He went on to -say that ular as l leading, woman opposite! so Wallace pop-- Yates Geneva Miller, Christine May

;w '-: -some of'the horrid people might hoot a crap 'or two-if they saw some! on Reid and other Paramount stars, Isoline Reaves, Eustice Peaks Catherine Woodall : ..

i., the wing; or they might invest the entire sum in. oil stock or bananas or appears in the leading feminine role Denning Minnie Hudson, Eva

I. peanuts-and then shuffled off this mortal coil by'the I. N. Digestion route opposite Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle in Pringie, Lucy Grade GarrettEighth : Eugenia AkermanRebekah .
the "The Dollar Year ManAr-
-and thus entail more expense upon the government. Mister Davis was Miller, Eva Whitlock Lena
buckle's latest which will be shownat
t .- -ab-so-lute-ly right; it would be a mistake to give each of them five the Casino next Wednesday.. Harvey. Eunice Rivers Eleanor Ro-. The.. 1 Tew G rroc3 "Y ...
\ t dollars when: discharged The. amount to be thus donated should !btf ten The--etoiy -is.....-noveh ore:' "Tne sen.- Mary- -LeuiseJSnodgrass:- "V *" NEJTrTO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE- '
Ninth Grade: Theta Phay Mary .
dollars. members of the Santa Vista Yacht
; Club, fearful that Franklin Pinney, Stanley, Elizabeth G. Mo eley. .
their: only plebian member, will disgrace Tenth Grade: F. S. Ledbetter' LewIs OUR MOTTO:. PRICES THE FAIREST-QUALITIES THE BESTIF
:. CONGENIAL CONTEMPLATION OF EAGER ENTHUSIASM ____ them when the 'Prince is theirrvcst Campbell
take advantage of his weak- Eleventh Grade: Clara Ploetz-,

, ;, L __ -;-_. .BECAUSEJThe: Gazette_failed toe. how five-;sets of. officials for county nea'for"detlctink plots and fake'a Thelma Twelfth Sutton Grade, Helen Ames.Denning, j

H k 'service could be secured at a less total cost than one? set, the Atcffl PaiL idna pine story so that he will fol- Percie Oliver. ; Dorothy YOU USE IT.-..----________________.-------WE SELL IT
Ter '4i ,Pilot t. ,published in the county of Highlands .says: ow royal rd[ be absent when

t'i' '::. The state'and county millage in old DeSoto this year was 69 the Blair, a clubrmem'ber arrives.with socialist"Tipton PERTAINING TO CHURCHES. IF YOU. EAT IT--------______________--__:.._____WE SELL IT '

.' -(1' mills., In Highlands county the assessed valuation .as shown by the views, who Is the instigator of a real Ckristiaii Church .. IF YOU LIKE IT.:.',-_------------______-____-__WE SELU;: IT 4 .
old tax roll is but to the andturn
a little more than 2000000. while we actually plot kidnap prince :
\\:0': -- have-'a: valuation] nearer 10000000. Valuable properties a have him over to a band. of anarchists in Rev. W. H.: Coleman, Pasbar.- .IN OTHER WORDS, WE"SELL -IT=CHEAPER "
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tfr been assessed for years as wild land. With '.:upper assessment in a Plnn haunted',.. hottse1, pretends to .aid 10:00 a. raw lMYt.JloI1ool.! :.

a this county'taxes will of course pay more than hereto;;}ofe.'Any Don't miss Fatty in this picture.It 11:00 a. m.-Sermdn7:80 ? /-

ys .l j u; how. e.en.. if taxes are .lowered we will get something for the is a, knockout. : p. m.-Sermon. '
*. A welcome for everybody espeilally YOUR .f'1
; taxes we pay. which we have not done heretofore. ; tf
sl Is ;there that there will be assessments' strangers.' _
,,. an assurance more "pro er '' -
j ,* .,.rthae have been made-or that the increase will su'cl. once they shall 'bet DRAWING J4EAR CLOSE Presbyteria Church

: ,' made?. .If:, it has been the' habit to....... valuable properties. as wild lands; -- :-Tn' 'following. la"" the honor roll of 'Rev. W. H.'--Drench- Pastor Goodman & Woodall

,with the low valuations bee allowed, 'schools '
t .w consequent why has the practice to hevKisslmme graded for .
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,continue! } ''And can _the ,plan be the more 'readily changed 'nowthanatsemapgevtous'date the-. eighth mOnthl., 10:00 a. m. Sundayschool.. s ,
First Grade 1M Deltc.. John MulIbr 11:00 a, m. Worship. Subject:
) To be if the shall'double the: values
;; sure assessor Lr .., '
.?Leroy Simpson Lloyd Smith ItGideoD' Little Army. Proprieton *
l f 'Iff iiT:;the .new county over;what.the .same territtt.-w.r.ted'at-prior..totbe. : Edward-White: Robert Ward, Morris .700; p. m.- Christlan Endeavor."opic : ,. ..
... 't -segregation there will then be,the sum of, $276,000 (if it shall be collected) LM..," Yowell Paf Miller,. Herbert I ; "How to Enjoy One's Work." : NEXT TO CHAMBER OF'COMMERCE ;. "
' ,iI ...M.Hwith 'whichrtto? commence the construction of a .courthousej* keep th.'roada Elizabeth'Cottesman, Olive Bowen 8:00;: 'p. no.-Worship. % Subject: \

;in shape,. Iook+aftv'- the neededcourts: tee io he'overhead and aD:that: .' .' iirginia'Dolly, "Cooper.essietaa "The''.* Oft' -Rulin.. M1nd." : BROADWAY om.. .; KISSIMMEE: ; .. :
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fl A :Millionaire,' s-CrtfOk,1 and then '." Thomas'-. ..The; roaring'careeFof.ibe.. ajickestsleulhwho The, _poet beautiful Star of 'all,

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ever ran a laundryufiatty"
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Great Play ,
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-ADDED- < dip Tkis. { Ad Out'Every Week.sad u..11 Per Reference. A.NQ'l.. : '
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-'cann.' W.komer
Paramount.Magazine The* Get Tke Habit; 'You're_Always,_
1 TORCHHOMfDY. ", Added Attractions, .
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: Furnished' Flat for rent. W. Bi. T.lie.yeor' tire troubles, to Alford, 'Pay' your city taxes before May n
11TEMS U.JTb.. G.zettepffice. 14tiMrsJohnI The'Vulcanicer. ' 20-tfc 16" and avoid penalties.. J, R. Gilbert ,. '- '" ,\. : 1}
,1- OF city clerk "SO-St . \ ; ,
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:i rTOveratnet-has-so: farveotered' Revr-W Ii.-Coleman.-. *ther: Christian + i '--- > ) i
f from. her: 'fete serious indisposition church, .will preach at Center Mrs. Clem W. Breaker who has r ..,
as to be able to take a Park Sunday Afternoon at the usual. been guest of her parents, Mr: and :
-"Get that swimming-belt. from' A1- .I short auto ride 'about the city on hour of. three o'eloek.A'l'enera In Mrs. J. M. Cooper" of 14/- Cherry :

tot The,Vulcanizer., ,.; .20-tfc: OJad.),,-' . ,', ... ritatio1e. extended. . street for. the past two week left LoweF F'i cl s.
Mr., and Mrs. .,"d Grey and ,Mr. I Sta FJab..L&JuI.. (tore .ice- Same good home-cooked chicken on Saturday "for her home ,in Clear- ,
and Mrs.' R..A. Ray and family, all I cold :&ink., cijrarsetc., idw.y ben drnner every Sunday. 'Nun sed. water. S
,of AvonPark, were Sunday guestsof I tween Saint' Cloud 'and Kissimmeft Electric: Cafe. 20-tf "Sixteen: full 'ounces to the
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Price, at Oak- Also-for gasoline and oils 2l-4tx The north end 'of Ki.lllm'mee" --32 full quarts to the ";Tourmotto. rvar
ley Grove Farm. Frank Grey W Perry New-York, Waters A: Carson Grocery /
steady growth-new
*s New Hampshire ;'cheese and Or- spending a few daye.--at Oakley homes now showing are being a .erected, new business Company. '

aDge.PlOomboney., ..Phone12.. Waters ', Grove Farm-foest ol/hia old-time interests are being.-pushed, andthere Mrs. Keros S. Johnson who has s .'
eV Carson Grocery Company. neighbor, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Price! still other been of
I are \improvementsbeing guest her daughter, Mrs.
J. S:' Steffe, formerly a" resident ofKiosimmee Mr.. Grey is enrouteto\ his northern made. Roy H. Brink, and Mrs. Clay Johnson : : ..
but now engaged in the home'Taxpayers'.,- Bad debts collected or:'no pay' Results for' several weeks, will leave on ;
realty business in Winter Haven, was are hereby, notified guaranteed.v J. M!'!Wlllson ..dlrftriet -' Sunday .for her home in Jackson, 4
calling[, upon friends and relatives. that'city/taxes not paid by May 16' manager., Tuesday' will become delinquent to the usualpenalties. '
this city on ; .
'f'. '. ? J. R. Gilbert, city clerk. Miss Mattie Belle Harris daughter We handle all of the best brands > ,
A City tax books will close on :May 5 30-St I I of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harris returned of coffee and tea. Splendid bulk It is a fact tkai as Mail-Order Nose eau beat dI... !
15'All: taxes unpaid after that' date t to her home in Kissimmee on coffee jat 20c: the pound. Waters A:
will be subject to the usual penalties.J. There 'may still be found at the' Sunday. Following the finishing of Carson Grocery .Company. aid! see tke feed sad you?; will.say-the'*asB..' .

R .Gilbert, city clerk: ,;>3t office, of The Gazette a few more her school duties at Winter. Haven An alarm ; 7:45 .
Friday;evening at : "
.Mr: Roy H. Brink, of Kissimmee bundles of old papers for which thereis I-Miss Harris visited friends at Bre..... I called the fire Apartment to the -
pent Saturday and Sunday at Avon usually such a demand. 1'hese'are I' ter for a week. northwesternsection of the city EXTRA SPECIAL! '
Park where she WM" guest of Mr. neatly tied up ready for delivery. Dairy Company SaturdayMAY '
Try the Sanitary where fin 'was in.
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grass progress
and Mrs: E. C. Duienberry. formerlyof The supply la limited and those in for anything and everything in the, which threatened to do considerableharm. I 14. '24 Westert Cow.., well .* *. ...' gad ..
need advised call for ;
Mr. was to t
are early
j this Duzenberry dairy line. Deliveries\ from 7:30 to The fire was extinguished .
formerly :Miss Roberson. them. 20-tfx' 9:00 a. m., and from 5:00 to: 6:00 p. without loss. .aIity-q.e, to Each Customer, . : > '
"William insurancewriter Klssimmee furnished large m. Phone: Lee j loP1:.' residence. 1
E. Hand an a percentage Stop at Fish Lake store for ice-
... who has been a frequent visitor of the two hundred automo- 17-tfc: cold drinks, cigars: etc, Midway between 59c Each '
_ In Kissimmee during the put I bile-loads of those attending the The diningroom of the Hotel Man Saint and .Kissimmee. -_ __. -. _.L' -
season was in the city from-his home Sunday concert given in Haines City hattan is now closed for the summer., Also for gasoline and oil*. 21-4tx ,
1 in Lakeland on Saturday. "lie Ms I by tbeEgypt Temple band of Tam... the remainder of the house being open B. B. Gordon and G. A. Widdell. N
about to return to Indianapoliswhere I pa. There were more people in I II for business and work upon the, with others to make a'carload, all of Sale of Voiles _. :
I he will close up his affairs I Haines) City at tbd time than had numerous changes and improvementsin I West palm Beacharrived in Kis f
and return at once to his Florida ever before been there at one time. .the house will immediately com-; simmee Sunday morning enroute toGainesville. About 12 very'pretty- atter.*; reduces1' fress Me aid 75c t50c : II Y
(home, bringing a number of f and the merchants did a larger business mence. Manager Newby plans to The party autoed over '
.I tlves. He in.l.te'th.t he has been-I Sunday afternoon, probably have the house' a most attractive one the Melbourne-Kissimmee cross-state yard .j ''
able to find no spot in I than in any entire week since their when complete service shall againbe I' road: per 4. . .
Florida.JUSTRECEIVED. commencing business. taken
(stood as up.
We carry the best the market affords '

.oo.ooooooooo'ooooo, ' o'oooo'o"ooo'ooooooo o oooooooo""OOtoooooooooo' hay--grain In fancy, etc.and We family,deliver.groceries Waters Real Values in MuslinC rm j jModi. .

A ..Carson Grocery Company.The : , "Y' .,.- . '. ',, .
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.. UaderJurb .d.'., hit trade Msstta JKMacll lejiac C ' \
"l That the people of,Kls- first: peaches of the season ;.
r 'NiI simmeeandsurrounding have been received in the local mark. lag, witk macWraffle; EXCEFTTONAL VALUES lfsr f; ; .
4 ets. They are the size of EngU.hwalnuta

... country are quick sharp on, hard one end as as hickory a swordftsh nuts,and as .98c, 1.25' and $1.39; ;" \t{( {

to recognize a GENUINE blush', on one side because of the ,
greeness of the other; They should
bargain.: event has be shaken "before being taken. ,
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?4'' been 'proven' beyond a mile Twenty from acres city limits'of 1rOOCI.on brick land'road' one: Ly'es"' V.S'tory: & Cornpany't-/:', j

shadow of',a doubt by all under' good fence-half cleared ,
and , A ,, '' ,,1\:\
and in cultivation. A bargain .
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1' '" the many people who reasonable!' terms, Nelaon.Realtt BROADWAY "'. ; KISSIMMEEFLORIDA.,/ '." : ; .,

'y attended and taken advantage Company., .
have' JM is erecting building :, --? .....
,-Cooper' a ,.i t :- r
offered .. "' ... I _.
of'the-unusual bargains of the sites Main street !
which one he on and I ..............T ..
I ' at this'sale on.Shoes for MenV Women and contemplates adding another filling- I 'u__ -h
station to the nine already in I,
Children, Palm Beach: and"Tropical Wor- tion in Kissimmee There are opera-indications Wfo still have a. few houses forTent Because of congested columns this. r{

sted Suits for Men and Young Men, Furnishings \h.t. portion of the new but they are being snapped up week there have' been many''matters)
building will be occupied by a drug fast. Don't delay too long. Nelson very readable crowded' out a

i for Men, etc. .The. ENTIRE .STOCK store. ; Realty Company. Good five room house; celled, flre- ;
'''to is included in this sale. NOTHING is reserved Those who are' Ina position to Moses"'' Folsom known over all place in front room. Two large lots. t
know declare that the presentcon'\ Florida as a writer of unusual ability hade. Price $1000. Terms to suit. 4s;
or held back. The entire stook has tinua'tion of dry weather has not I and who is secretary of the state Nelson Realty Company +
been duplicated for a score of years. marketing bureau, was in Kissimmee Work IB progressing excellently ""
I been ,reduced from 25 to 50 per cent on Because of lack of rain there has greeting scores of his upon the improvement of the road-
J 'rft-tfcles' '-especially High Shoes for been a vast amount of damage done! Yesterday of whom are always delighted . surfacing in the Cape Breese sectionaltheugh
'. some -and much moisture will be needed to meet the aloha publicist.The ... -- delays;: m receiving cars'M
. the Zadiewitich: are being'spld for LESS before the growing crops can show Busy Bee cafe is now open in of materialhave handicapped Road
.- any signs of maturing.Mrs. the remodelled : at No 11 Commissioner, Ashtonfw".. .
: than HALF PRICE. Lottie M. Allen of 17 South Broadway with Atkinson A Sensiba Mr and MraTH."P.. Brown? who 0\-\
Orlando street, was surprised late u proprietors. The place' has been have 'oeeu pled apartments 6>er the ..
. j. take advantage of this sale as the stock.: Saturday evening by the .arrival put in attractive: condition everything office of The 'Valley.Gazette for the 1,
I It will pay you to- from Tampa of her daughter, Mrs. I being-extremely neatand there' past year, expect to leave the city ;"
is still complete .. '-'- -, W. M. Thomas, her granddaughter will\ be given a day and night serv today when $tre Brown and the
Mrs J. A. Strickland and Mrs. Sam ice.. In addition to the lunch service children will make, .their..home in ;
Starbangh, who came by automobile.The it is proposed to serve;ice cream and Atlanta. Mrs. Brown closed j her engagement -.
j Until Saturday Night May 21 visitors. remained in Kissimmee. cold' drinks-and the managementfeels -as ,pianist. at ,the; Casino 3
Sale Continues till Monday mornning. .. confident, that the excellent service Tuesday, evening. r' '
J. J. Hlnson),. a Miami realtor was will build .up a large patronage. ".It: Midnight Alarm 'Tuesday evening t
for distance of 4O miles on in Kissimmee on Saturday to com Forty acres of land about three caused considerable'excitement
We will Refund Railroad Pares a pur- plete the deal with John R. Capes miles fronT the centre of town on among the fire I department members
'f" or over. Buy rouud-trlp tickets, present same for the purchase of his forty acres brick road; 20 acres cleared and under and the general public witil it was f, .
of $25.00
chases near Miami which involves a. sum of woven wire fence; balance under ascertained the fire was on Darlington --
and we will refuud'YOllr: fare. ._ ? about $40,000. Mr. Capes has made pasture fence. A good house but in avenuenear the railway: -where
.. his in : .mloutrhie yeara need of repair Price $2500. Favorable a trash fiN is kept almost continually ...
.J ONE LOT -but lee holdings terms of payment. Nelson Realty burning, subject -to the ',seatter-'
_ A BIG ONE BIG LOT there with a view of removing to I Company. ingot sparks by any sudden'pat of kr,
SHIPMENT OF MEN'S OVERALLS Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps MEN'S. DRESS SHOES very j Tampa where his daughter' resides. J. B. McNeil and family have wind which may arise through the
,. d, WORK SHIRTS AND One Eylet Ties, Pumps Good Values. Choice, while Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Taw returnedto leased the residence at. 318 Brack day. / x
WORK PANTS. ALL GOES Oxfords, white brown and they their Kissimmee home on Sunday, 'street, and are now occupying the The Wednesday. Afternoon Whbt-
IN THIS SALE AT A BIG black; Values up to 112.00. 96pairs $3,95ONE after an extended stay In Jackson property. The residence they vacated Club waa entertained this week at :>
REDUCTION.One to choose from in this lot. ville where :Mr. Taw was called to ln lhe Cape Breeze addition will the home of Mrs II. W. Boiee, '1108 ... 'r
Your choice while they last undergo .-operation' upon 'nis"yes occupied by the owner, W. E. Allen strMtrwtth-Miss Frances Bay,
Lot Ladies' Black One- $4.95 LOT i iLadlea' which had shown indications of 'being and family,who" will move in to sister of Mrs. Boice, as hO aaa.
High Heel, in a serious condition. The op*-morrow. Mr Allen and his mother There was s profusion of.cut flowers d
: Strap PUMPS Values Choice black and white SPORT eration was declared a success, and expect to leave for northern pointson throughout the rooms, and there '
Regular flO.OO last ; Ladies'' One-Strap PUMPS; Very Lat- all hopes are entertained of a com- :Monday when be will spend his were four tables of players-Mrs. L. y
they Two-Tone
while One lot est. Choice plete recovery. .vtacation fit { telegraph office H.' Ingram* the- winner -of the .
'i -$735 Strap! PUMPS; French heel. Monday- -afternoon a little ion* st the' railway station and his moth club prise. Light refreshments were '
; -very latest spring styles.Choice $6.35 aged seven, of Mr. and :Mrs. S. H. er will remain north'. through. the' served and ,the affairwas most en-
'\M while they last- Jones was playing in the street in summer.' ( joyable.INSURANCE. '
ONE LOT. '$6.85ONE front of their home opposite the Os- .
: :MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS ON} LOT ceola Rouse. He was paying no heedto I
*.. MEN'S-GOOD HEAVY BLUE the can passing, and as S. R.
: : ,I: 13.95 BIG LOT OVERALLS .Choice--' Chapman was about to pass the lad '
of the
backed into the pathway car.
Worsted, Men's Suits Men's Blue Chambry Work. $.1.35 Mr.
I accident an the
.Now- Shirts. .Choice, enough to avoid'the .' ,
'. - 65c lad was knocked fiat and the .car ' THAT. SATISFIES'. i w
. $20.95: MANY OTHER BARGAINS passed over him. The. f.ther"raft" -
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; :;; "FRED ,S. .G'ILBER.tKLSSIMMEE : catastrophe so the-himself driver;up'and could; 'shook'then see the the the horrible dust boy r u r PROMPTNESS, >,.> ., .,=-, INSURAxt.-Er- SERYicEy : y r

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.- of the passenger and ]Industrial .departments 6.660.000300, .
I' .:' Renovating Panamas and [ PALMETTO BEACH of the railroads operating "

.-'-- AGRICULHIRAI40INTERS In the state Will attend. It lit i expected ' NEID'S ; ; : 'W.. handle. ali ,classes of>?:

r. >L. : .that every ,commercial: organization I' .. '.
MAN PRAISING IT in Florida will have. Us secretary riNW

.: .; a6p604Fe1t'; (lulSi.v . BT, .U H. WILSON' COUNTY 'AGENT present.. jii1th tlis
.**** --:- . Real I Estate
i Several people e 'aske when -.::..... ; :
} All Work .Guaranteed First- is it golpg/: to rain. W. will.get rain Manuel Gonzales Declares >Janlac Among'? the 'many 'attractions thaj For Patrons ,

y'' Class. Mall tHem! to us-we this week, but in the meantime I Built Him Up Alf r Suffering FromAttack.Or."Flu" have been announced"" for the entertainment Open .,
.. pay postageback,. advise the use of the' cultivator, and ',r. "of 'the American .i4 "

other' light cultivating,'implements ini ............ men.Monday who and will,.Tuesday visit' dungne! xt The waters''' of -this wonderfulwell 1 i-; Fire;:-Insurance ,, -
Hat the groves and farm-crops. to forma '
Company ,
frmatinger | all '
dust mulch ana conserve the soil "I just needed a general tonic, third angdat state convention will Ire have wrought wonders* upon i, .
building'Jp'and Tanlac has
tits _..,_... "Established 60 Years ,jjSaln moisture. This dry weather In a very roun thing V
done that said Manuel Skin ,
very 1921 pennant ,race in the Florida t lose afflicted with Diseases :
good time-to kill bermuda and and Rentals s"oOo
Petersburg Florida Gonzales Palmetto Beach, Tampa, .
other grass and jvecdn. that hinder Florida. State 'League, In two names with .every description- they arc

.oooooLa ao aooaoaoaaraaaaa the growth of crops. Break the'land" "About a and & half 'ago I Tommy;. Leach's; Tampa. Smokers, last wonderful help for those having .
Trw le-
year's visitlnj
.. shallow champions. : "
, -- .---- and run thee spike-tooh harrow '.
had terrible attack\ influenza -
a srionairos will be guests of Momorift(; -=
,heumnli&m in : -
hack and forth until the grass< any form or shape. .
which left in 'voak nnd
i. me a very Post No. 19 at these two r
: I 11'1' well uprooted and out. games. ?
: -torn\ ,
down condition. .1 felt The i
run never --- baths are located two miles < *
'. L A. ROGERS er'must The time haft .ome when -the grow hungry enough to. enjoy a meal, and Arcadia in", planning to.have a glue- A Notary Public. In our office. <
more attention' to the north of Kissimmoe, ..
pay I had a Jlacldlllt( ., h which kept plant installed. That is somethingthat __ *iNelsonj

." dl'alnnjt'e."Jowinf'proper methods 4/" ,wellsor irrigation: dceywells and me awake nights so'I just "M ldn'tregain will stick to it. .- i . .' --000--':"

Carpenter and Builder run by gas engines will readily 'My nerves my me in I such a con- More than 75,000 'acres; oftimbo' Open Tuesdays, i'

supply the crops-here with the water dition at- times that I couldn't do were burned last week in Marloti. Saturdays-

-., ,1 needed. Irrigate by the use of tile, anything'but pace the floor for hours County. Tho fire was Bet in order to .
which will answer the of drive deer into the nnrl From 9'a.. -m. to 6 p. m. Really
SPECIALTY purpose and any time just the least excitement some opfn, :
drainage in time of heavy-rainfall. would completely me. the "sportsmen" failed to reckon th? .
.. The grower who has his field under I "Well, I tficd everything upset 4 could. I Ittry conditions everywhere existing CHARLES[ NOD, Proprietor
laid with tile, and water supply, never hear of in efforts
and Launches Built to Order my get my
Boats Mrs Sarah E. Collins has filed suit 21-tf Contpany
worries about the season, in that health back so I could -enjoy life, but : \ ...
f he. is fitted to supply!? the proper nothing helped me until I got Tan- in Palm Beach county lot a separa
116 Venom Avenue Kwimme amount of water, as, well as take.of lac. Bnt my appetite improved from tion from William R. Collins The
the surplus. Laying tile is" very expensive the start when I got Tanlac, and couplet\ married in Kisslmmee April ,
6 18i( JJ: and after living with him
and the average grower now I am eating just like I used to, ; .
for twenty-eight years and sit: days
bhould take this into Considerationand
1 not try to layout his entire never have that cough any more, Sarah concluded William was a bad
and my nerves are as quiet and steady "WANT
Bill- and seeks another bill from the GAZETTE ADS' ARE WINNERS
field the first year, but' take it -in as a'- clock. I sleep like! a log
broken.-doses. Try .put. IL.& re-Or... "i 'h ; court.

FfiINfl I HmD two-the fir t' year, and if satisfactory .I in weight 8bayeganedfle'Wralpound.and am feeling better in* -Charles- -II. Morse, founder of the __' _." .:",.:.___. __ __ ._,. .__ __ u. ,__ _ .;_, --- :+_

he may be able to extend the every way han I have in year: Fairbanks-Morse Company and a
system the following I have
year. Sine Tanlac has really made life nationally-known financier died at
written for data on tile drainage and worth living for me I am always hid home in Winter Park '

call irrigation and ''et'll and talk if you over are the interested proposi!, !' praising it.CHAMBER.. at the age of eighty-eight.on Thursday ; He- Control-White Fly.and Scalp_

-- ---- --- -- native of New England but
tion. Mr. Grower will make was a ,
you his winters have been in Flor- Produce-Bright Fancy Fruit
i I' money -by tiling your land. This is OF COMMERCE NEWSBy spent ,
I nat' Oar Specialty the only sound method of trucking : I ida for many years at his beautiful)
( J. D. Woodbeck, SerretarjfcLThe : home on Lake Osceola. Deceased
here on the low flat lands.For (tt
first woman to send i in her was a widower and left one daughter -

< Of Coarse, We Do AD Varieties .. every purpose for which a liniment application and subscription to the' and two sons-the latter being SOLUBLE

ill. usually applied the modern Chamber of Commerce for member. associated in the business BO long TI Niagara SULPHUR Compound
AstoBobil Work And We Do It remedy, Liquid Borozone, will do the ship was Mrs. Celeste J. Fripp. Come presided over by their father.
work more quickly, more thoroughlyand on,, how, you who have been so anxious WITH
to do for the Chamber Henry Bryan, an automobile dealer -
more pleasantly. Price SOc, 60c something '
I Right and 11.20. Sold by J. Z. Roberson. of Commerce: we need your help 1 of Orlando, was found dead in bed ' Schnarrs Spray Formula
1 ;.... and support. We helped you filii Thursday morning. He left a wife
EAST COASTERS COMINGTO 'I ouses last winter get in and three children-and the funeral -
your ; help I 1 lie Economical Combination 'Spray fr
readiness! for the winter was conducted under the auspices of and Ruit Min
SCRAPE ACQUAINTANCEPlans coming While Fly, Seal Insects
Eddie: Hansell 1 the B. P. O. E. control these destructive pctt.-proICCf.your

are being formulated by the At the regular meeting tonight a An heartburn or indigestion tree against their ravage*.
full will be of the
No. 18 Emmett Street Chamber of Commerce of West Palm report given calls for a dose of Herbinel .It Used a* directed, increase, Vibe yield and
of the Oceanto Gulf _
Beach to start out with as large a ress: proK'j relieves the distress instantly and .Jit '.OatrmpV produce more boxes of bright faticf fruit

body of business men as may be possible Kansas-The ,;topeka forces the fermented food into the ...ra which always command a higher price.

and, stopping at all points en- Commerce has been reorganized, the I bowels. You feel better at once. Price. Write foe tn copy .* .1X1 ...ntte ftSchum
route, ma __ ._tomobile trip' to new plan including the admission of 60c. 'Sold .by J. Z. Roberson. strew Book ood campM Price Lift
5' WE MOVE THE EARTH! Saint. Petersburg, Tampa, and other women to membership. An enthusiastic

i Or Anything -On Top, The Earth points is on to the leave we West t' coast.Palm/ The Beach intention on ambitions rally program was held laid recently out for and the an NOTES FROM. ST. CLOUD J. SCHNARR & CO. '

Sunday, May 22, and the promotersof
YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS the trip are engaging all the year.. t Specialists in Spray. Sprayers 99 Spraying

l Or Anything That Can Be Moved boosters possible to join in the cavalcade Come on, women; flood our desk Leaving for the summer: Mr. and ORLANDO FLORIDA
with subscriptions for membership. Mrs. A. Durham on Tuesday, for ,

)t- the tourists take the short cut There's much to be accomplished., Durand, Michigan; Mrs. Laura Guer- Otceola Hardware Company Local Agents Kiuialmee
V Get our price before having your'hauling ,
I tjktUs from Melbourne to Kianimmee they drum; on Thursday, for Washington;
;i done. will find that the portion of the road To the Citizens of Kissimmee: I Mrs. Sarah McLaughlin on Friday,

inside the city limits, so long a menace pledge myself not to criticize or condemn for Hendersonville: Mrs. Harriett

e W. H. JONES TRANSFER COMPANY to good nature and happiness, the Kissimmee Chamber of Bluebangh,.eI Fridayfor Oklahoma; . .
dl has been put in shape- ual td the Commerce for failing to get results Mr. and Mrs. L. Shambow, on Mon-
HOME 11-3 best highways in the state; and- from unless I, myself have given financial day,, for Illinois and Montana; Mr': 1\
i. , w Lmmt* Onfora..Omimmlm HmrJtrmft C. Kiesimmee there will be found fine support, time, thought and effort to and Mrs. T. S. Rider, on Friday, for .

roads to the north, south, and west. obtain result' );. Jamaica New York: Mrs. Anna J.
The Gazette sincerely hopes there Leach, on Monday, for Kokomo: In- .
-In building a Chamber of Commerce I
NNOHON be and that diana.
may a large gathering
and in the development of the
there be of least Miss Cuba: Nesbit left on Mondayfor
' I may a stop at sev '
M. TILLER eral hours in Kissiramee. city, it is not the size of the town Kokomo Indiana, where she will f
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that counts, but the size of the men join her mother, Mrs. T. L. Comer. !

Real Estate Agency. A "Live And WW Policy V who. inhabit it. They expect. 'to return early in the FOURTEENmilliondollars

a..a............................-...............-..... ...... The secretary has membership autumn.Mr.. and Mrs. Kissimmee :
.A How to get life insurance at the tickets to sell for the Midway Oceanto were -
;if Realty, Bought and sold. lowest actual cost, and a policy under Gulf Highway Association at one :visitors on : !

.Houses' rented. : which a man does not have to dollar each, the proceeds to 'be used William L. Murphy was in Saint
": 'h die to win.. William Cloud on Tuesday, representing the "f
.; }.' ,1 Taxes paid :and. Titlei'' verifi- ,; West' Magnolia street E. Hand Lakeland H06 paying expensesincurred the advertising towards and having other Baltimore Bargain House. : '" _of transacted ,

I :,, k:, .Ji,.. eel for non-resident < Florida. l!-tr the road paved to Melbourne.' A few 'Postmaster. John L. Johnston) was business
a ' s r.: Fire, 'Life .and: Accident In- < have practically done all, the work, guest of his prother, Pat Johnston. ,:', ?, : :
'%J''v GROWERS MAY LOOK in Kissimmee on Sunday-arxi car. '
,\ have given their time, and driven ,J '
f'i: ' lurmnce. FOR LOWER FREIGHTFlorida their cars over the two counties ried Mr. and ,Mrs. J.O. :Vreeland on } and not apenny '.
I ,
Bond .
a c : Indemnity -,-->-, gratis. 'Are you not enough interested -. .the trip ,to show them the charming ,

iT ....... ...... ............ .. growers may look forward in this- road to become a member grounds and environments of the ,; ,

\;. H. .with reasonable, confidence to lower and help a dollar's worth ? county attorney. lost.
I Ii t freight rates before the next citrus The Dadies' Aid of the >Baptitf
; is ready to move. This is the If we want to have Kissimmee church will meet on Friday afternoonat
';;::' .: KRIBBS '&: STEED belief of Dr. J. H. Ross president of come to the front all must boost and two-thirty with Mrs. Pixley, on
;; the Florida Citrus Exchange. Just do their part. Don't stay in the rut Wisconsin and Fourteentlstreet.' .
.1>' I, LH.rae1LW1.C?I'I.rldaat L.w back: from Washington, New York you have been in the past; wake up Mrs. J. O. Vreeland was a Kissimmee jfm m m % jljctrmiSExcHANraiMm

{1 and Atlantic the l last and show your interest in your townif visitor on Tuesday. .
City, aV
-of' . ! ; have Don't let the other Mrs. Nancy Gregory will this week u. r..r. r. -d
ly!, Halted State Cart participated in the sessions you any. .. .- .
j of the United States Chamber of fellow do the work. Do your share. move into her: new home on Carolina 'I.-. H.- -.e.J..iM..ts.r .
'1" v 1 Commerce; Dr. Ross has had unusual avenue. This is the second piece of
.; '' J. W. THOMPSON I opportunities for contact wfth goy Pay your dues and keep the Chamber property she has purchased since

,Il'I. ernment officials, representatives of of Commerce in' financial condition coming to Saint Cloud .
: transportation interests, and big to accomplish results. Your at- The L. L. Mitchell Post No. 141, r
Y Funeral Director i business men. Concerning the situ tendance at our semi-monthly meet of the Grand Army of the Republic --
; ings is' First entertainJ'the ;; - ,
ation, and the reason for believing earnestly requested. on Saturday afternoon : .
t'4; : AND and second Friday evenings at eight Woman's RelielCorpfl Th -affair '
: A;, relief is almost in bight he said: .
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"The readjustment of freight ratesin o'clock. took place in the old G. A. R. -- -- '
' r such manner' as to give absolutely hall, and was pronounced serve
necessary relief for the country's real BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED pleasing. Refreshments were

;J '.' Store and Chapel Stewart Ave. producers 'while preserving all our FROM OVER THE STATE I A bad sprain heals slowly if not :'
KJSSIMMEK. FLORIDA let the .Children
essential transportation 'facilities !
is in
Ii & a brg problem. It ,is one which the Following a fuss over a woman treated with a remedy that has the too
growers of the Florida Citrus Exchange Floyd Cowart, of Fort Florida, is in power to penetrate the flesh. Ballard's ,
1r Snow Liniment is I rIt's
r through those of us who actively a Sanford hospital, paralyzed from especially I ;
represent them, have been fol. his waist down, and James Goolsby, adapted for such ailments. Three no longer necessary to
DR. BUCKMASTER sizes 30c, 60c and $1.20 per bottle.
lowing closely for some monthsin of Osteen, is in jail for firing the .
up *
. endeavor: to get relief. I am shot injuring the victim. The shooting Sold by J. Z. Roberson. maintain a dividing line rat

glad to say I find attention now Is BO followed an argument regarding VALUABLE BOOK FOR GROWERS the breakfast table
j focused upon it that it is not too the whereabouts of the woman on a -tea

"' ,KISSIMNEE'SOSTEOPATH optimistic to believe we will have a certain Sunday afternoon. An especially valuable book for coffee for grown-ups
t new basis of rates on which to han- Stk';; all growers of citrus fruits to have I'
1 Senator John > objecting to V
dle next season's citrus crop. (I!, and to study is the spray book issued no hot cup for the '
+ an article appearing in the Pensacola
"Since the time we first voiced our from the house .of Schnarr A Company -
Journal, took leave of absence from
' protest against the existing rates the of Orlando, which will be
Tallahassee and went
OFFICE. AT RESIDENCE: situation has grown more acute, af to Pensacola,on where Saturday he flogged the mailed free of cost to any applicant. Serve'INSTANT I
fecting'more and more lines of bus There are "thirty-two pages of it,
editor.- in
managing Grover Baldwin
:, / Corner of Clyde Ate..' iness until it may be said that almost what is well-illustrated, and it contains a '
reported i
and Esunett Street every well informed man has manner." complete spray -schedule for citrus
.. become aware of the necessity of a trees, information relating( to- the detection -

. 3 rate. readjustment or else intolerable Florida clothiers and haberdashers and control of insects and ,
business conditions over the country. : opened their annual convention in diseases and other data of interestto -- '

As a result, the, movement we helped Tampa on Tuesday. There was a all growers. Many years of experience -
to start has grown apace, and the I large attendance from all sections of have been condensed. this PosTuMto
7t CITYMEATJARKET pressure which is beririg- exerted for the state and men prominent in the booklet and! it is widely recognized
action in the matter I ia so great from lines of traffic in other .states were as one of the best and most thorough \
every quarter of the country that -we present treatises published on spraying.

r may look forward to early action." The part that the commercial! organization APPROACHING TROUBLE each member of the fam t;

w White's Cream Vermifuge Is certain is playing in the development BEING FORE-HANDED and all .
ily will be
s destruction to intestinal; worms.It of Florida is very generally ; pleased '

; ''F reslM'e t and is harmless to children or adults... recognized. The second annual convention Dispatches from DeFuniak Springs and benefited by \t
Price 35c. Sold by J. Z. Roberson. of theFlorida State Com- tell of six deeds filed for record conveying pure, .

V ,, : VICTORY MEDALS FOR mercial Secretaries' Association' 'to the entire holding of the wholesome cereal drink. 1 ::1
_ r r 1 VegetablesPhone be' held in Saint Augustine/ Jane 6 late governor of Florida to his -

. _. ,ALL.EX-SERVICE MEN and 7. will be a gathering of theexecutive daughter, ,Ruth"4h. wife concurring -
:, secretaries of the boardsof in' the transfers. The deeds Include 'there's Reason" .,:
44: 'EII-aenic.: : men should remember trade and chambers. of commerce some valuable lots in DeFuniak . a lorPostom ,
,. that in many future gatherings, conventions of the state for the I purpose of, Spring and: about two hundred acres
-l reunions old -soldier. parades threshing out their -problems. The of Jand..an4.. dollars and other .Sold '
eta, eter'a."VktoryMods\ on program call for the -discussion of II valuable considerations" are namedas by: all grocers ,
r h ) Fat Johnston o t. f-,,aXmiBT a man's breast wilt identify hm| at several [matters of Iltate-w1d.- importance ,the .transfer price: 'It would appear \ ?'' '*9f -.1-::
: once and pan m'.Ju( without gees* rthe auto camp;, '.parasites I in vie wet the' approaching arrest Made'bby '
fr.JOHfCSTON' CARRETT tion 'Get the medal now There-U that' hit Florida" bow to.-reach' the the ex-official<< looking for 1 : : stulpa Cereal Coln paIy,1nc. ''' ,

+' .,,,"' ;,;.,.;-.utOBN: > 'SArW'.c no Nd-tape--If"01Ir'dou Lot;. ear to.rfetaand r 'homeseeker; And co-op- .firework*. was- ,. ". patt e Greek: ,
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to Mod in the discharge a.eopy'm.vCbe4m : oration .with railroads.' 'There _
:omeea 10, 11 an4:!* .oa &* Band -the' \ I '
'' j" "' "' 'j '- notary public will,.be* an-,exhibit ,prtnttagV/ andadvertising Eight hundred rare chemical( *'.f_. .. '. . .... tit.
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11' >":"* > forms, and aJdlHU.sloao tnerly obtained only from Germany,
a t't., ,XI Port.- (/J. *1 -- .I these sen4tl' made in the United tat -- -- -
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: K1SS1MMEE GAZETTE NEWSPAPER STYLED Ai'CIVIC' ASSET"BEARING IXL; marked crop ..ppe .ltatf ,, crop Torrey, her husband Raymond'Joseph V. Le-O. ",
7FOR, DEMAND'REMAINING STEADYEollowibg"reeoi.i split In on. ear crop under-half crop nisr a _ _
bachelor LuddenCarapbelltna
'___ .J.Wrltell b . .pllt In th.- oth.r ear branded Flour Smith Company. a corporation and W. #'II _
d. its C marked
Mrs. E. b. Sharp of Lttchlld. I The- ; ; crop splitCnd.r-. gMaklnson ,.Company. Jtlsatmmea. i\i. '
'ofw.ddlngs square In one ear. sharpIn the on...* Florida .
Illinois.) "The Gazette is for.' were turned in from the''of flee of the BURDEN OF RESPONSIBILITY branded C4j, and also any other cat to'a W7 Jorlda B. Maklnaoa corporation, Corapaay.suooesor *-, . .,\
tle In of the .it '
any following .
ia issuingto forceful and ver-' Judge of the brands Florida corporation or of _
Inate county court;,from which the any them.
whatever mark be vis
-,' I may : Circle It any of the fce '.. ,1'1'
sf weekly. I have been a cor- all marriage licenses O. C*. IXL, BZ and Fleur same 11.- I
tile are issued: aiD da II.C. funot. or otherwise . _
Igpondent for many papers, and I Amos Carl '' Parsons of 'Taft, and ,lie FoOewiiz AddreM.Wa* Mad* Before a Meetiaff\ of The Cka-ber of Said cattle to b. sold by the head to ..t therein I : You .are claiming hereby oummandt an Inter- \ --*

low of what I'm talking' A. we made Miss Mabel'Pearl Howard, of' Dun- 'of . b10 A 'Student P the highest of _and bidder for cwin. ; ed to appear In the above entitled ,, / I
dee. Commerce ., .>, N w York, Noted of ycao- delivery to be made 1,11 *' theist dy OfAu.twt A. O-
IB home in. Carson's! addition from Ceremony performed by Mist the range. at such-places and In such l;lf ,

113 *,fl 1917iwe greatly: enjoy the Kathleen Bearden, Saturday. April jl logy 1.... II'A quantities aa the jutdacsjirned Receiver -_ S8 the Honorable' C. 0.' An.' y. 1h
mafueem exntfqlent.ATlbTa'a tpslda drew,
iwalwrti-front there as it was 80. aa Judge of' the above court.: I .
at said sale WflKbe
*ubevt.w-4. *ef con.flrmation and clerk thereofandthe
lere' I regained my health. among- .prank E. 'Woodwardtknd Mrs. Nel. countiy weekly' t.ewcpaprr balmy breeaes. Here, we are Us Regero both of Klssimmeer'Cere 960,000 to the business and professional men of.the community and can day of .May,-'A. D.' 1551. ola County, Florida on this the 111 \\0 w

late.cold wet spring af- mony performed! tkt CHARLES DONEOAN. day of. April, A. D. 1531. .. .. "i", .
viI1&{ 'a by Judge T. M. be made 'worth $100,000 a year to them. If you don't believe i state ''A.8 Reoelver heretofore 3. OVERSTRE t r/ \

havin a mild winter.. Oats-and Murphy, Tuesday May S. ment try to get 'along without your paper._ It-It appointed herein.NOTICH {Circuit. .Court"8eal) r -I

sat and clover look C'QOd-but Other itanses havebeen previous To' talk .about '1aupportl e" your newspaper Is about as damphoollshas Clerk .Circuit Court' >IceeolaKOTICBJ .

nplantlngwill_ be lateERffS /* ly mentioned In. -these columanT. to talk about supporting store, a bank, a-maunfacturing enterprise.You or yiMAi.-. DISCUARUBIn z.' BA County. riorld-.S .

r would 't be much in the world if you didn't trade in a store, .have a the Ceeirt ef c;...., .r..... .tate Counsel for Complain U.U; .',' ,

A''MERE SUGGESTION : More Strawberry Publicity bank account, and have some outlet for the energy of the citlcens.: .1 Fl....... Osvewla Cevaty. or ArrwcATiow>/ ron TA.X' .

bettp".s;: on Too many business men look upon the local newspaper aa an incubus, In the Estate of Fred Adamson. DtOKU .
ou-ed; yourself "The strawberry 'Is a cash a sort of charity. Yet the local paper is a* much of a public institution NOTICE 18 HEREBY UIVEN. to all '
d find out whetheryou are an injlectoal declares The Klsslmmee crop as the public library", the churche the hospitals,* or even the commercial whom It may concern that on the llth Notice 1g-1ereby given that Carrie 0,
> Ga .
Valley M. Gold
Idiot imbecile day of July, A. D. 111 I shall ,burehaeer> of Tax Certificate
an ; an or a. tette. talkingof- the, way in,which -club-with the difference that it fives more direct. returns in dollars and to the Honocable L., Comer, Judgeof apply No. ... 4a'5iLtn.? Id day ' June T*.. '

|TOIVL.>_ the berries grow and are sent to cents to the individual .and to the community at large said Court .. Judge of Probate, 0. Jill. .. ,said certificate 'Inmy ..

QgEpH_y. RICKER. market in that section. "It is just a When .a business man advertises in -Als local newspaper, it is with' for the my final discharge Fred as Executrixof for tax office deed and to baa Issue made, ia application aooordanoe -. f II '
-de. .
question of increasing the acreage in avowed intention building-up his business) but he reaUy also hopes to ceased, and thl at the A."m"fa'n1: .--'! with law.. '.
ENT'-FIFTH WINTER order to make 'it an important fea build up the town more than it does him directly. The m.n. business or I will present my final accounts asiCxe- Said certificateembrace. the fol- -

AND WILL COME BACKr. ture of agricuHure in. this vicinity," professional who does not pay for his share of the town's publicity; is a : approvaL matrix of said estate and ask fof their- O lowing c.ola,described Count,.. F1oride-tO.wti-> altuated In .,

adds the.! newspaper. The fact thatno parasite taking advantage of his fellow men. ,. Dated :May If.; X, K: 1s.V'ZQA.A1AM13ON. 16 and IS. W. If. Farmer Re-Rubdl- '

and Mrs. William Calligher, buyers for out of state markets Can't you tell what sort of a town a place I in from the looks of, its .- ylalon'.otParmers; Add.; Prospect --" ,

0. own'-O! pleasant home on Clay father at Kissimmee is mentionednd paper T If the-paper is of a boosting, sort, and Is backed by the businessand 1t.1t ,, __-T_ 1xeoutrtx. F.Park U,A being I Co'a: a Add.-8ub-Dtvl"lon to KlMlmmee of Lot Clf T T-* .. ,."..,"' ,

ek* have closed their fifth w.interKiasimmeo regretted by the newspaper, but Professional men, d esn't the town get. a reputation for being NOTICE' The acid land bringaacoeeed at the
it ia I prol'1'ea.l. OPVMASTKifS BALK date of issuance of said certificate In, '
and each successive Shown that with. sufficient acre sire? ,. ,
nr they declare they enjoy their age and more berries to offer the The newspapers: stock in trade is' publicity. You would not go into Notice l-liereby given that under the certificate name of shall J..' Or.redeemed...... Unless according ...Id- . )', '

lidence to a greater extent. They coming\ the buyers would be 'arranged a store and ask the proprietor to give you a pair of shoes, for instance; and foreclosure by virtue issued of a Final Decree of to law tax deed will leave thereon , .t. t

t onyTuesdav!: for their home in without trouble-In fact they yet too often the publisher is asked to give away his stock in trade-advertising the veal of the Circuit out of Court and of under the on the lit 'day I OVBRWTHHBT.of MayjA. D. 191*.: '., .'..'t '

ytofl Pennsylvania thereIaryreaon.t&i'elleytIherwiI1 would be 'promptly on the spot.. for the individual or the city.-or sell It'for less than cost. If Seventh: Judicial Circuit .(now the (Circuit Court Seal* ) ? .. .

so Jacksonville Times-Union. .., you could keep count of the demands of this am made on your publisher fiaventeenth.Circuit..- )"" *oftheStateotyiorlda. --- -" PrlrCIrl'1lft""C, Osceola ,.
In aTid TOT X>
County, -
County Florida.
tsjatters there as to be abletake every-weekj-you-would*- -"- In 11-tt '
ego Chancery Sitting. In a- certain ;. .
up' permanent residence inC If a business 'professional man were to appear before this cluband cause therein pending wherein the NOTJCB' tOF ADlIIINllTK4TOa '1. .

city. Time to Face the Facts"So ask for more business you would ask him why he did not sell...something City of' KUelmmee, Florida, a Municipal (Fey Final Dleesargei) '. ._ ..
Corporation I* Complainant and ,
_ _ _ _ _ '
worth buying and he did -not advertise. .- -
why _- J. A. Lancaster IB Respondent, the ondersigned la Ce>sir< e f the Cewaty ....).... OsssslaTCsmty. .
JTen months ago good 'butter was much has been said agrainst In proportion to the benefits, individual and g.neral.dvertl.lng' is aa Special Master In Cheneery __ State .f >.'......... '
tailing at from 76c to 85c the the use of patent medicines that I one of the cheapest things in the world. There are menxwho will'tell you will sell ],at publKj "oUTCry;"?OurInr -- '

nd. In New York at this Ltime have had a strongprejudice again. they do not believe -advertising.. Do you know why? They are contentto Court the Houee legal door hours In of the_Ie.City before of KlImmee. the.- In Notice re Estate la herebygiven'of Joseph. all Jeffords.whom .

befet creamery butter" Hiwnole- them. But after four years doctor. gather ub the crumbs that fall from.the table,of the progressive merchant .- In saId Oeceola County on It may concern that on the 'lith day '

lln r at 85c. ins with six -different doctors, without who advertises his business and his town- Every time one of your Monday the Cth day of June A. D. of May A. D Itll I shall apply .to :
'results. for acute stores advertises sale it brings into'this town their instinct loll. the following; described land situate the Honorable T. ll vComer. Judge of '
-- -- indigestion, a people ; buying lying and being In Oaceola County said Court as Judge of Proba..fer -'-- -
DR. R. J. DENNING gastritis constipation appendicitis is aroused, and they visit. other stores. The advertiser gets direct and State ,of- Florida my final i discharge( aa AomlalstratHg--- "S
and other ailments,- I was 'said to returns, but the others take advantage'bf-his expenditure without a cent tote land S of Block' 11"the of the estate 'of Joseph o.'ord.
DENTIST: I of .' South Florida Railway Company's deoeased and at the same time I will '.
possess, was encouraged to try cost. Survey of the town of Kleelmmee. City. present to said Court ny Baal accounts .
Over the 'oatof flee. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, seeing/ You expect your publisher to'boost your town as one of the best no Terms of aale. Cash. aa Administratrix.. of said es I ., :

ICE HOURS: ( to 1110.: 1:10 t* a. what it had done for a friend -simi- God's green earth. He is asked to do* things for which nobody will father Dated. KlMlmmee.% Florida this tth tate; and ask for their approval. '
day of .
1531. Dated
1Iy starch ITth, A. D. l tlMATMB /
Jdence Phone July aflrict d. I -also was entirely the responsibility. Every: ,time there is a civic opportunity you call on PAT JOHNSTON JEFFORDS, '

174Office phone 158 relieved of my trouble, and am sure him to help. You know-the functions and value of your newspaper as wellas 11-tt Special Master in Chancery. 14-tt Administratrix.NOTICH I. ,

this: medicine will do all and more I do; so why elaborate? '

than is claimed for it." It ia a sim., Let me tell yoti-positively that even a mediocre newspaper is a great NOTICE QP,_MASTKR'S BALB. or -.Hgairr's SALE ,

pie, harmless preparation that removes factor in the, growth and advancement of a community. There is nevera Notice Is hereby given that under Under and by virtue f an eiecu- '

EWIS O'BRYANATTOENEVATLAW the catarrhal mucus' from the time when( advertising will not pay. If you do not owe a debt of obli- and by virtue of a final decree of foreclosure lion Issued out of and under the seal,_- __" -""
issued out of and under the of the Circuit Court of Osoeol* Coun
Intestinal tract and allays the inflammation gation to' owe it toyour community. The community
your "ew seal of the Circuit Court of the Seventh ty. State of Florida under date of _
_which causes practically all has ,right to expect your! co-operation in making the newspaper representative Judicial Circuit (now _the Seventeenth June Z4th. ,: 1,IO. -wherein o:: r.--'X- -- '
Warner- BuIldiOKjj -. stomach, liver and intestinal ailments of your community. Circuit) of the State of Florida Mann Is plaintiff and B. I* .

including appendicitis. One,- Every time your name is published in a list of contributors to some In Sitting.and for In Oaceola a certain County cause In therein Chancery I f.have Bass levied and Rull upon Bass and are will defendants.offer for ,

dose will convince r' money refunded. charity that is advertising-free advertising that.he publisher gives pending; wherein the City of Klsilm- sale and sell to fie highest and best .

J. Z. Roberson and druggists cheerfully because it boosts the town. ..... mee. Florida. a municIpal.corpor.tlon.. bidder for cash .at the front door of ,
everywhere. Every bit 'of publicity produces direct and indirect results for the man Is complainant and Hattlfi L. Hogan the Court House at Klsslmmee, Oece- ,
1'. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYATLAW' and B]. D. Hogan her husband are ola County. .Florida on the first Mon
who pays for it;; it produces results for every other business and professional respondents, the undersigned I as Special day of May 1911. the same being the '

Do Yon Kaow man of the town whether or not he ,,VadeB his responsibility. It Master In Chancery, will sell at sales*nd day day of and said. .month and a legal of -

OFFICES produces results for every man, woman and child of the community. public sale outcry.before duringthe the court legal house hoursof door eleven clock A. \.tbto.o o'clock '1

116 South Orange Avenue That Verrazano an Italian navigator The country editor is not a pig-Beaded, idealistic individual; he is In the City of Klsslramee In said Os- P. M. of .aId, day, the following d.-
out 'for the thing are-to make And his best inter- ceola County. on Monday, the 8th scrlbed real estate situated In said
sailed from New York bay in same as you money. day Oeceola '
County Florida. as the
8&' before eats are the best interests of his town. of June A. D. 1121 the following described of property f
Orlaado. Florida 1524. years henry Hudson \ land situate lying and being the defendant Roll Baas, to
to whom popular credit for the discovery Do you think it fair that he should shoulder] the greatest part ot the I In Osceola, County and Btate of Plot-: satisfy said execution and costs,, to-' "..-'
burden that he should his ant often his heart's Ida: .' wit: Lot 1. the East half of Lot I. and 3'
Rome Address: is given? That Manhattan ; give time money very Lota 4. ( and S of :Block One. (1)1Lots $'

nter Park. Florida Island, which Is now New York City, blood to the.service of the community for barely a living wage, and some- I, All ,of except Block a N strip of R'Obert II feet Bass'oft Addition of 1. 2. 'i. 4. S. i. 7. S. *, 10. 11. 11. 1*. -
was purchased from the Indians for' times not even that Yet these services lire offered willingly as a -free South side of said jot. 14, 11 and 1* of Block Two (!); Lota

_$24 worth L beads and ribbons? I premium on an investment that will return you sure "results. Term. of sale.! Cash'. ii.'i i. ;e .7,10 s.s h.. 10 IAo-.-ll si;;,,- d 54. 31.U. ' '

.. The newspaper- is a civic asset and a civic responsibility. The burden Dated. Klsslmmee.. Florida thi".,. 8th S6'and ti of Block'Three ( Lots 1.
day of May, A. 1> IStl Ill
of responsibility ahould be borne by the business men of the town as 'theyare I PAT JOHNSTON 1. 10. 11, IS. IS 14. 1C and 1 of Block .

the ones they benefit most. And that burden should be divided in Special Master In Chancery. Block Five (*Seven); All -of(7) :DJ1)ck'SI.All of Block(.); All Eight of

strict proportion to the benefit possible of attainment. Attorney L.RWIH for O'BRYAN Complainant., ,1.-15t (i); All of Block Nine (,) and all of ;' "
: Block Ten (10) of the Florida Fruit i'
Belt 8al", Company's- fhtbdlvlston .. .'
NOTICE OF ItKMHlWATION OF KXKCUTOH. > Numbered One (1). according to the .
Official Plat of the said aubdlvlsloa .
i[ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ]J aa recorded among the Publlo Recordsof .
r Notice to Taxpayers I. The ('..rt ef The Cnmtr. ....e.. mt Osceola County, Florida In Plat,. I'
Oeeeela C;....,. Plerlda Book No. 1. Dasres IS send 4: also the .
I Routs half- of the Northeast Quarter '
<*-- I FOR SALE Want a life-long: bualn..... You can In Re; Estate of Charles Mret.t Car" 'the North half of the Southeast quarter -
get Into such a business selllnK son. Deceased: I ; the Northeast quarter of the '
Notice is hereby given that at a PORJALK\ ; -One large chicken-coop more than 197 Watkins Product. Notice Is hereby given to all whom I I Southwest half :
It may. concern that on the 4th 't utt"t; !
steen feet ten. Price direct -farmers If you own. "auto" day of the Northwest '-
seven by reasonable. -
' Special ctiiie4 meeting ofthe City .. Apply at Htory's. .tor,. or team or can ret one; am of June. A. IX 191*. I Intend to- file an I quarter of Section Nineteen (1"- .; .
r ? ; Broadway CL-ito under -to, and' can, five bond ,'with application before the Honorable" T. Township' Twenty-five (XI) South _
personal sureties. We back you I* Comer, .Judge of said' Court. and 'Range Thirty (SO) EaatL; Also NBH4 ... .v
-4 Council onMaV 12, 1921. .ti Resolution FOR SALE!-Bulcta little six tourlnr With big selllnir helps) 82 .years 'In tender my resignation, as the Hxeoutor (of NW\4. and NW4tlonal'NEU of NEt\ and fraei ;_ _
car. In fine condition. See C. F. business 20,000,000 users of our of the Estate of Charles Averett I \ of NM\ of Boo. 1', Twp..\ _ _
Ba41ey Saint Cloud. I1-4 product. Write for Information Carson. Deceased and ask for the approval -, I 15. "nll''O SB* fcf NW'4 and frae- I '..:
was passed authorizing the where you can, Ket territory J. R. and acceptance of my said res I tional. SW % of tfBH. 'of Bee K, Twp; ;., '
: ignation. (15. R. JO. '' ,, '
Watkins Company. Department 111. "
FOR .SAt.E-8baw: Motorcycle little ,
City,Clerk to allow redemption used: In' excellent condition;' new Wlnona. Minnesota.. %::-2tx This the 2dday- > of May. A.. D. 1911. I .1rl1is the 1st da"" 'of April. 1 tl1..; . . I
C. A.
tires model cost $100 Is ?
; magneto : -
a bargain at titAddress Fostofflce WE WANT a lady or gentleman Kent 11-tt : . Executor. Sheriff of Osceola _County,: .Florida. '
of delinquent City Taxes up to and Box 326. Klsslmmee. l -4tr for the <<.nuln..I. R. Watkinv Products - & '
In Kldslmmee and otHVr vacant NOTICE OP KLRCTION!: '
1919 FOR 8ALR:--Good senile cow g-lvlnic towns. A big opportunity for The sale In the 'above-itak'.Id case Is
on 'pay-
year milk. 8". Mr.. R M. Buckmanter any hustler Write today for free Notice Is hereby given thet an election .' hereby continued and the> said prop I
60S' Emmett street. It-tf sample and free particular. of our will be h/eld within the following arty is advertised to be sold on the ,
' ment of the principal amount of wonderful oflVr. 1. R Watkins described territory to-wlti ', sale day In June. Itll between the ,

; FOR SALEX-One Bets Electric Wall Company. 64. Memphis. Tennessee Beginning. at the Northeast corner hour. of eleven o'clock a. m. and two -.
Plate. Practically new. rAt a. reasonable S2-2U of o'clock p. m. of said day, the same 0
Township 85 .
South Range
tpxes I unpaid, plus' per annum. price. Apply Valley Oamette. ST East then running West along bel'h'f.tre 6th CRIb "l.fofu.'lref-JL{ ; : "
the line
Township to the 'Northwest -
( aftd 'cost of cancellation of Certifi corner of Township SS South Sheriff L. R of FARMER Oaceola.County . ,
_. FOR SALE!-One Nash touring- car HAND OOODB.' bought sold Range JT East; thence Southalong Florida. '
and one Haynes sevenpasiengertourlnK and repaired. "The Casino. ( -tf the' Range line to the Southwest ' ,
rite ;. car. Both of these at bar- corner of Township ZS South.
grain prices. W. B. Ifaklnson City WITH OUR DYING PROCESS we Range 87 Rast; thence Bast along NOTICE' Of HLBCTION.' ,

This applies to payments made I.t( make new your old faded clpthlntr.Pete. the. Township line to the Southwest '
, The Tailor. 117 South Orange corner Township I 25 South Notice Is hereby given that an elee- ,
FOR SALE-Two boy. suits. 4yearold avenue Pontofflce Box 808 Orlando Range 27 J-'att; thence, North along tlon will be held within the follow '
' v before July 1, 1921. *.., use velvet on. dark blue on. Florida. K-tfc the Range line to the place of beginning ing-described territory to-wlt: '
dark green Russian style, white Beginning at the Northeast corns j
J. R. GILBERT collar and cuffs detachable. Nearlynew. LOST on the .ut. of June A. D 1121. for the of Township II South, Range .
; Apply 101 Main street 4 -tf8ALB purpose of determining whether br 2* East and run thence West on
not said above-described the Township' line to -the point
LOST -Monday .."..nlng. May 2. at territory where Shingle Creek crosaea such
City Clerk. Emerson Typewriter, shall be a special tax school district:'
model three visible aa good as new Casino black poplin smock blck who shall be the trustees for said. I lllne; theses--southerly and easterly -
\ Apply Valley Gazette. tt: button. and black button. on She district and for determining the nurn-, following the rhoanderlngsof .
sash Plesse notify Mrs. Lottie M. said Creek to a point where
ber of mills
of school tax to be leviedand
Allen IT South Orlando. Kls : L said Creek Into Lake -To-
FOR SALE. For Rent. Furnished I street collected annually for the ensu' empties J
/ Rooms and No Trespass Cards. 10 slmmee hopekaltga; thence foilowinhe
In.hw'i.Jir!{ : Westerly shore line of said LskeTohopekallga
cents each at The Oasette of flee. ed '
! ... LOST--C h II 1 d s black-corded silk ena persons are In a Southerly _
.u appointed to act at said election .
, a ;1
"Tarn" hat: black tasnet, ffcncy band Inspectors and clerk: rection to the Section line between .
FOR 8ALR-Several god milk cows Please notify Mrs .J.>M. Woodall. K. B.-Havens, C L Heath and J Sections t and 14. In Township '.
: A.
Bee J. W. Miller 407 Magnolia street lOt Lake street Klsommee.FOR Minnick. Inspectors: and B U. Hancock ft South. Range $9 East; ,. '
' Klsslmmee. l'-4tc clerk. thence due East 'across aald Lake ,
RENT Don by order of the Board of Pub to the Eastern shoreline; thenoa ) _._ ...'.
WANTED. tic Instruction In and; foe the County Northerly following; the shore line '.
of said Lake to the Section linebetween .
FOR RENT-Furnished Hat. W. BHsrrjs. of Ofcrola State of Florida. this 2J 1C
Sections t* and In'
.W'\r.TED--To buy tract of three to Qasvtta office 14-tf day of May A. D. 111W.. C. Township IB South Range! It __,;.:.>10-. .t
: BASS ,___,
.. .
NOTICE five .r. Improved close-In for a Attest East; thence Bast on said fUctl .
FOR RRNT-A cool. nlce1, '-turnl.h..d : ChaIrman.
home. Terms dewlred. Phone 112, C. a TOWEM. line to the Range line dividing .i
or call at 801 East Lake. street city room. with hath adjoiningAlso h Ranges It and So; thence North '.
County Superintendent and
11-2H garage for Tent. Apply at U5Broadw. the Board of Secretaryof on said Range line to the place of ...
Public Instruction. .
.," 12-tc beg-inning. ,: .
o'. IVAN'IED-Painhing-in.ide': -or out Il-Ct 1 1I on the list day of May A. t>. tilL , .
All work guaranteed.. F. A. Pulce. STRAYED I for the purpose of determining whether .t.
Oakley drove Farm, Klsslmmce. NOTICE' TO' CREDITORS or not said above-described territory ', 'I.'
tl-ltx shall be a special tax school district "
ERTRAYED.-OriC color. ,
cow. cream la Ceei-t ef The Carat Jm**., Oeeeele ; who shall be the trustees for ;
4r. Notice is hereby given that : W'ANTED-Stead work by 17yearold dark red unmarked head horntlps calf: one sawed light-cream off; one Cetnty Stateef Kleirlda said district and for determining the ., I I

: boy. Will do anythingInvalid Jersey calf. unmarked; one red calf,, number of mills of school tax to be ,. V
In re Estate ef Jennie A Case. '
parent. depending: on me for levied and collected annually for the
sup light face crop in one ear and .swal To all Creditors, Legatees. Distribu
port. Houston Wrlg-ht. ensuing two years. "
low-fork In other all
; yearllnirsNotify '
tees and all Persona having
Klsslmmee. named
Florida. If-tfx Thefollowing- persons are
Ihcf tax -books for the City of Kiaimnvec residence Sanitary of Dairy Lee Roirers Company.Phone' Kls.. Demands against said Estate: appointed to act at said election. ,
: AGENTS WANTED slmmee. 11-tfc You and each of you are hereby Inspectors and clerk: P
notified and required to present any H. N. Bratton. '3'. N. Clark and R. IX -
-- claims and demands which you. or Oulee. Inspectors, and M. A. Fanaer.
BET BUST-Keep busy. Is your Job either of you may have against the cl.rk. 0 "
.. unsafe Is It permanent' You I Subscribe for 4'Vafley Gazette. estate of Jennie A. CII.... deceased .
Done by order of the Board -of Public
will close on May 16th. -_ _ n________ --------- .late of Osceola County 'Florida, to the Instruction In and for Oaceolacounty. ,J

undersigned, Raymond Case, Executorofsaid Florida. thl._ 18th estate within two years' from
A. 0. 1911.
the date hereof.Dated W. C. BASa Chairman. .
.laDu.IrA j DocRR' ,
tV Taxpayers are urged to .O C. E., We". ,
pay -- S0-9t Executor. County Superintendent and Secretary -
of the Board of Public. In-
NOTICE OF CALm certain stacks of cattle ranging""; In In[ Circuit Court for the Seventeenth struction. It-It 'I.
Brerard. St. Lucle and Oaceola Coun Judicial Circuit of the State of Flor.- _
In Circuit Court for the' Seventh Judicial ties. State of Florida marked and Ida la and for Osoeola County. Ia NOTICB' TO CBBSMTOsl* r--
icfbre that date and' avoid the Circuit of the State of Florida In branded In the following marks and Chancery. Henrietta Bass a widow, .

andfor; BreVard County. In Chancer brands: Marked crop two splits In Hudson Baas unmarried, com I., .Ita C.ty .r..... Osss'e3S .
, Jeorire W. Mann complainant vs. on. ..r. under-bit In the other ear. ar.D Robert M. Evans et al. C.st7. State .. ............ ,
Canon Cattle' Company. .a corporaLion. branded Circle 0. IXL. SID. and BZ| J'e.pondent&. Bill to Quiet Title Order . ..
; et aU respondents. Notloe Is Marked sharp split In each oar brand for Publication. The Stale of Ia re :EstAte' of Charles' .
' aItie5. isrebr riven that under and by vlr- ed Circle 0. IXU StD and BZ; marked Florida to '. To' all Creditor Legatee 0lsard. -'
e 30-31 .. tur. of the authoHty vested In me as crop two splits In ,,, swajlow- Robert M. Bvans, Minnie EHIsaBrookIns tees and 'all"Persona havingClatsaa '
Receiver under afl' order entered by ford under-bit In,0Dt'-; other -..... ; Mtnnle-fBl.., Tory.nd.J'o..pl1 JDeraanda against'said Bsfa '
Honorable fifthJudicial WBullock;\ 'Judge of the branded SID: Barked: .wallow-fork O. Torre,.. her isaab nd-'rou and each Ton. aad each of you. are hereby .'
; Circuit .? the State -of upper-bit la one ear crop la the other ,of you are hereby>eomssended to appear. .' DfttlBedc pind.equtredt. prasest anyhlcfe _, lit'
J.: R. ,ILBEKT: ) Florldat acting! for and In the steadof .ear, branded Circle O IXU' BID.7 BZ: .. In the' above entitled cause -on and demands "... ,.olr! orafalnat ..
# Honorable Berenteenth1 G 0. Andrews. Judge of narked sharp,-split In on. ear vJider- he 4th day of July. A..D. JlIII and to either of you. mar nave the I;
I a tile: Judicial Circuit of axi are> In the 'other ear braodedrsiD/ : ''I All persons claimingaa iaterest In state of Charles TC. Wa & II'I.
. norlda.dlsquallfled. and Honorable marked crop split la one- car unuebil the Southwest quarter 'of''the North' lat. .of Oeo.oia CoatV. yiortda. t. the " . '" 't
: T City'' Cle .l Fames W. Perkins ;judge ot,t.. Be" la th. other ear; branded 73g1: marked east quarttrSoutheast i ana] the.West Half.* the .....rsigned._ out_ .of said .eta... 'r :111.. ,< '
: : nth Jndloial Clrealt o? the Staio of ,.
.W'le1FIkPller. and under bit In quarter of Section__ T, In within two p.ars tro.'thW.tek1'1\ 5
Florida Incapacitated., 'I ahal( offer .e. '_1'. underaauarla-elI)_ ..... TewasalSL-K...."*B&a_...._ ., .,.._......_- :.t ... , .', ..
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., Big' Reduction iti Colored Volleg.. YardswideFlowered.yollejregular l ; ? price:; ." .- SPECIAL, FOR MONDAY. ,:., '.

. .' .. ". d 50c cut, price 42c "'" .. '
' per. yia< ;,.our t' Fiveyards"W'tite: Wash Goods; Stripes rl :
Yard wide Sllk Stripe Voile*, regular,! */ f* ,,, .\ ..... '..". ** '" ;
yard"$1:50our: cut price. $1.19 Pqngee in T& colors Silk and Cotton;' and Checks for )swmmer dresses; ,
aft price per ; ; '
I ., b- see windpw; yards for : AWe
R : ''per yard vx. ._ ... -. '69c -
Yard wide Flowered'.and Polka Dotted .

V *, :'1 Voile; regular price per yard $J.OO;. Pongee in Tan colortvSilk; best grade; .Bigot\ Black*,and White Sport Oxfords s'

i-.... t. our cut price v . .. 79c. per yard V. if ., 90c' for.. ladies, ;; per pair. .-. . . $3.9S '"'


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1 ious lines, each of which was of mer Elon Guice, Miss Maggie Mae Me- daHy diet of the growing child shobld 0 JOuu.oooo.oO'UO.UOUOOt. . Uot o.o .uo.. .....ooootO .. _
4 It-and the Maypole dance could not I Crania Miss Cecelia Overstreet Miss never be omitted. Much interest-
: I have been excelled in any school in Thelma Woodall, Miss Ina May .has been aroused: by' this better '
( GROCERY( the entire state. The affair'/ wYe considered Ficke and Mills Lois J. Overstreet.. health crusade. Mother, teacher! ,'

KI IISSJMMEE a great success.TOOKUPCOLLECTION. SUNDAY CLASSESCHARMINGLY and ues. children Enthusiasm are discussing prevails'a\ *food',to bal val. A Few of Our _Bargains t, 3'

.J ENTERTAINED anceddietand hour of,;rest ,and ac .
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; "No.: 23 :Bri adwBACTOM l FOR THE CHINESE Tuesday evening there was an unusual tivity. The Mother Club ia 'anxious s. :
The women of'' the Presbyterian gathering at the ;Chapter that Kissirnmee shall have "
r" ' fro* Otceola Gouty Bank House-the occasion being the church Friday afternoon were charmingly by Mrs. entertained W.. B. Ma- tainment of "Sunday school girls. As .the county ,will engage may .graduate Sugar per'pound Ji _________-___'______.__-:-__.,________-:___Jc..,. <,
+ .. hostess there was the. class of Mrs. There is said be need J
home .. nurse. to- more
Compound Lard, lt>(..__'____I1cr Lake kinson' her There pleasant was a pleasing at 407 J. W. Evan, of. the Presbyterian for such officer than- the public im Whole Wheat Flour; bulk per pound._____. ______________'"'__-SC ',,fi

Fancy. Rice, Ib_____________Sc musical program, numerous contestsand' church-rand those entertained were' agines. '_________ ,' f:
the classes of Mrs. Bert Bryan, of praham ,Flour, per packaged _____ ____ :-
Lux Flake pkg._.-'?____12c other diversion, and light refreshments the Baptist church, of Mrs. S. B. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. .. _. .J

Good Broom -,---39c25c were. nerved. During the Aultman, of the Christian church, 42 Pounds SwiTt' Army Bacon____ _____.._____., _________$25 : 1
afternoon for the Chinese
an offering Mrs. G. F. Parker, of Okeechobee, :
I :,', 8-lb Pail-Lard: *_*______....tiS1.15 ,was taken with theresult that the and odist'"D. G., Wagner, of. the Meth- has been in Kissimmee several days Chee ., per pound., ,...._._.____?.________- _______"_____x".--JOe I'' ,.
fund this denomination c
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New Potatoes, peck: ______ Each of those gathered wore a this week visiting relatives. -" '

Snap Beans, Ib____:-__.,__9c; t handsomely increased.__ silhouette of a man-and that was Born: 'Friday morning, at three- Boiled Ham per pound_________________,__ -.------- ----: -'5c' t
.It the sign of the male .about the ten to Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Lancaster '
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+ Tall Evaporated Milk.3 can: .__40c j i FORMER kISSIMMEEITEI varieties---------------4 ajA
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Gardner Cakes three
count there nearly corner of Broadway and Mrtin.ta ,,
By were Iit
Layer Raisins; tb_______...___29e 1 DELEGATE TO N. E. O. premises. the .hubbub andthe eight-pound son. .
by ,
seventy-five; r r "
Wheeler '
Fancy Prune; Ib_________..:_18c (fa i l Mrs.resident D. of C.Kissimmee, at but one for tim sev- racket there were certainly twice Mr, and Mr*. William H. Tunrrt- i! 0'DON'T' '
t that number. There was a program; cliffe, of Saint Cloud, in Kis COFFEE : t
l I lerat years a teacher in Orange coun- were [ / FORGET TE: | WHITE LABEL :
of merit there were the class songs simmee business ,
; on Wednesday-for
.ty where she holds an important of-
Oar 'New. Branch Store, located in fice the with of the several churches; there was a and -pleasure. They have been spend- '
county ;
; among facilIty :
::, the Sear*.building on, Main street, ;(the tuition of a school at Maitland! universal merry-making as a general ing a week on the east coast- for Phone yonr order 179; we deliver' inside city limit
thing; and there were toothsome refreshments pleasure only.
was in Kissimmee the first of the
wiD be open for basinet next ('week looking after mutters of busi- and drinks in profusion.The John A. McCarthy, who has the

i i. W ed..cla,.. 'ness Mrs. Wheeler will\ leave for entire affair whs productive of reputation of being among, the best R. S.' FLOYD1\k
Des Moines! Iowa, in time to attend much pleasure-and there will probably I of the electricians' found in the state, .j;
the opening sessions of the N. E. A., be other like affairs to follow. I i.i slowly convalescing from a. serious 4 \ .

-. ---- - -. -. which opens July 3," and will remain ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADEOF attack of rheumatic fever-and oo oooo oo.oooooooooo.oooo o ooooooo.o.oo..o..o f !
in.action, all the following week. She APPROACHING NUPTIALS if now barely able to leave his homein - _.- ----- 1}
: r goes asa delegate from Orange George P. Garrett spent the latter Saint Cloud.A -- -- -- - -- a--- '...
[ IN SOCIETY'S REALM ] I county-being president of the. part of last week" in Jacksonville fine little home of five rooms, ,1"I -
I Teachers'Association of that county. presumably upon matters of much newly painted both inside and out;
*. importance, as the Sunday issue of well shaded; five large lots partly setout .
MISSIONARY SOCIETY the Jacksonville Times-Union carriedthe i to young; citrus fruit and peach Of''
AT WESTERNPOINTS I MET WITH MRS. RIVERS following announcement) : trees. A fine place for small poultry
i The Missionary Society of the TOOMER-GARRET' farm. Can be bought; worth the
N, Mrs. Lyndon W. Barnes left Kiatrmmee j Christian church was entertained I money; and. on reasonable terms. 'l" 1 u'+
yesterday contemplating 1 Friday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mur William Morrison I. Nelson Realty Company. *
+ spending the early portion of the Mrs. T. M. Rivers, No. 9 Mabbette S Toomer In addition to the offerings \ ;(z summer at Arizona points-Iron) : street, when an excellent program; Announce the engagement of their taken at the meeting missionary of the '.t' >).,
which she will to California to and led J. M. .
i go prepared by Mrs daughter, II missionary society of the Christian "
remain during the latter month
Cooper was presented. Light refreshments Rosalie .
church the
-at home' of Mrs. T. M. ;,.
Mrs. Barnes has relatives and served attending
) many "" were those to
', I friends throughout the west and ex- the list including Mrs. S. B. Mr. George Palmer Garrett ; Rivers, there was a fund of twentyone '1JI '
I dollars "raised to be
pects to spend a most enjoyable sea Aultman Mrs. D. M. Boyte, Mrs. of KiBsimmee : the work of finishing and decorating Old Glory I* now ':,
? k son. I Brink, Mrs. Clem Breaker Mrs. W. The wedding to take place June l''' the interior of the church. on the Seven Seas )
II.I Coleman, Mrs. Harry Dale, Mrs. I At the home Of th; bride in Ortega. i( '!II. of
;1 KISSIMMEE JUNIOR Elam, Mrs. L.. II. Gedge; Mrs. Key '.- I. There may still be found at the '. ; ,
r WILL BE' IN CONTEST 1 Johnson Mrs. B. B. Lumbard, Mrs. This announcement will be received I office of The Gazette. afew more .
t+ 'Miss Margaret Stanford, daughterof Provin, Mrs Julius Smith Mrs. with interest by the many_friends ;:' bundles! of old papers for which there and Sail under the. Stars
Mr. and Mrs.: H. Clay Stanford, a Lyles V. Story Mrs. Turner, Mrs A. of the popular young; couple. I'I is usually\ puch a demand. These
w JUQi r' of the College for Women at W.. Winn, Mrs. Woods, Miss Emma Miss Toomer- one of the mont I ore neatly tied uo ready for delivery.The .
i : Tallahassee has been named as one YowelL ;' attractive members of the younger I supply is limited and those in and Stripes to :all'paraof

'.of .the participants in the oratorical -.J' set and' since making' her debut has need are 'advised. to call early.. for .. ,, ,
? : SUNDAY SCHOOL DAY. been a. much admired .society* girl. them. /.20-ttx .
institutionthe AT' METHODIST CHURCH Her friends will ,unite ini wishing her Mrs: Frank' J.;VanDuzer' will, leave f. the world .
,;Ji the' medals to the several .victors I Announcements have been made every happiness. .','' today to, spend the summer at the ..\\,, . \. '
Miss stanford is spoken of as an ar-regarding[ ; the coming; 'ex rcls 'll at ,Mr Garrett. Isa well known young home' of her son.Victor VanDuzer, " "T7"OUjan' ; now travel-or hip'7ouraoocfa'to ""a
': ,Htist of rare,, ability ' ? 'theMethodist church on Sunday business man of Kissimmee and also in>, Missouri and U'making' an early- -
.- .when the annual "Sunday SchoolDay" has a ''host of friends, who will ex. start in order to be; present 'at the If any part of the world on American owned
r "+a t MRS. JOHNSON RETURNS will be observed|I'commencing tend conratulatlons------ graduation exercises 'of the Vandalia and American operated ship; flying the 2
FROM DAYTONA: VISIT {jat nine-thirty in the morning. It is! high school in which her granddaughter American Flag. American ships are modern, ;
Mrs; Clay Johnson who has been also, announced that an increase in BETTER HEALTH CRUSADEIS Mildred Van DUEer.will graduate. .
making; a visit of several weeks at the number of pupils has been made I AWAKENING INTEREST Nearly a score of young folks went scientifically designed and constructed' new
Daytona, Is once more at her Kis- during the past year of fully twenty- Eto i I Boggy Creek Tuesday.evening, ships, built for.satisfactory service. '
simmee home. When :.she returned five percent, and there is feeling of In the health campaign instigated where they enjoyed !a dance given at '
t here she -was accompanied by her I elation over such results. by Miss Albina Smith and Miss -Harrriet I I the home Qf Clint Bass.. The affair American ship will carry you in comfort to
niece. Mrs. J, F. Brown and three 1 At theexercises on the coming Sherman under auspices of local was said to have been under the auspices /. South America England the Mediterranean .
+ ", children, of Baltimore, who after a Sunday all departments of the school clubs, more than seven hundted chil- of the Boggy. Creek Development Europe, S i
1 ,brief visit here returned to Daytona. will participate, but it might be well dren in) Kissimmee!! were"weighed and Society-but those present say and the Far East. And the.further from
Mrs. Brown was resident of Kis- ,to state that the best of the program measured as were a large number I that the only development noticed home' you go, the more of a thrill you'll hay. to
; immee several years ago and wall will be given by the children under in the Campbell and' Shingle; Creek : was the manner in which the dancing see the Stars and Stripe floating above your
remembered, with pleasure by' her twelve, years of age. I schools and' it was ascertained! that continued and the refreshments dis. q
; large. circle of friends. > The officers of the school are J. L. underweights predominated. Mist I appeared. head. .
Overstreet, superintendent; Mrs. J. Sherman preaches the doctrine of *) :;
EIGHTH. GRADE PUPILS L. Marooney.i!superintendent primary milk and <*ggs: !-saying\ that every Notice of Teacken' .Examination President Harding jayst"We I .'
,WIN MUCH APPLAUSE department; Miss Nettie Newton, child under the age of ten should I ; "" ''it-'
The Auditorium of the schoolhouscwaa secretary and treasurer. drink at least l one quart) of milk Notice is hereby given that; the know Cull well we cannot sell where'* ..
e crowded with an enthusiastic audience The roster ,of .teachers includes daily\ and thould have from ten to State Board of Examiners will hold do not buy and we cannot sell successfully ;'
.Friday,evening ;when'occurredthe I Rev. R. F. Hodnett, J. W. Busby, fourteen hoar of sleep. Whetherover examination" for all.grade* of teach
. f '1 program given .by pupil bf the I' Mrs. D. -Wagner, Mrs.W.J. Fripp, or under-weight the milk diet ers' certificates at the, courthouse in, alien w, J. set ell"1'1. 1 1 1Operators'of
\,)., .i&hthgraIl.ululer'! (direction of Mrs. .Miss Elsie Norton Clarence Eby.Mrs. should! maintain. Weights may be Kissimmee, Florida beginning Tuesday ::1'
p F c..,''Bryan Miss Grace Wlnn .and I J. L. Overstreet Mrs. Etheln controlled by the use or disuse of morning;,. May 24, 1921. Those ,5
..Miss .Cleo Wooldridge. There was ah I Starbird, L. W. Barnes Mrs. Jt M. starches, vegetables and various desiring to take the examination will Passenger Service l-il ,
/' extended entertainment along war Duncan Ming Edna RchweiVnrt. MIRa! food*, hit milk and' eggs for the come provided with paper, pens, ink, Ae.L.I u. =salsa ...... s... .. c..
; --. etc. If Bl.t. 5%.,.New Trk. N. 'f.* u .........r ..... Yu.*, M. T,. _
C. E YOWELL --... I. YH.ha_-II:..... --'B..ttU .. Yokob.a,
r BoMkout. ...._I>ai. *tnv.- Bo.gk..g..BkaMkeL laser
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S S Mmaila u1 HmIL ear .. Mamlt ... Hawn] ,
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.I PASSES INTO BEYOND Ie Sa. Oal' St.. hlu.II" f ,
'DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDCE"CbtAfer .Af. / STOUT L-- 1IaIUa, to ..- rearIlthdtirN.: .*'T* iF ir

:i '; J Presicl wt VicoPntidmtWhatjo ', Following 'an illness of more than -.d=.,.I.-.. KmwmU.M 4-. r-....>. H MT Yrk t:.... .' '.{
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= a year, the latter months of..which"indicated end. I ........ .s.s..... .....Mi. *.D 0- YI x.-.101. '. r 1\,,, o
her fast-aoproachincr II -.- &. N_ Yrek ?
C Mrs. Ida M., wife of Henry M. Pfann. N.w r. tt to 11M .. 3---". w... u.. ... ,\
I died at her residence yeste.rdayv morning .......,.... u1 __ (N... r rk u1 0wI0a lIo1t.. e. a\
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77i. .Bank With at five o'clock In the presence If'j
_ ,& her immediate family. Because of New VOO'II.!. ... PM*. .... .. a. K..?Yrk' to B*.Mia ... ,ta

: ': ( Do First I the expressed desire,of the deceased be 11as./.v.Oe N7. Yrk M. T. BwMUk 0....*, ....+.*--..-Vl, ,_0qe Li.. ". ,'*;i
that her remain should not em- Nw York .. __ BJIka*. .
Ability balmed -fUnersl'service..- -wereheld .2i '1 \
yesterday stfternoon at four'o'clock ,
.+ Pint ,of all take out a certain sum from your wagei-no ''matter how In of 'J
from her late,residence. charge '
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andWiUingnet of
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R. F. Hodnett, end the remain For Sale ;
(mall ---and put it in our Bank. After that use the rest to pay your
== were placed in Rosehill cemetery.The Shipping Board: "
bill, your living expense and other necessities But make the = floral offerinngs contributed by Film.VtetoT . f" ;,
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loving friends indicated to slight "
9'y 'h ir to Serve. Banked moneY'come first If you don't liexF year you-Will be-DO' ; extent the affection for the 'deceased! s-..i e :$ ..- s. Oceaa-Going: Tugs .. !J 1'f
all Umm*t r..l.In* JJq
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better off than you are thii.. Take care, of your .Savings' Accpunt which. existed: ; In OIl Mt .a (T. A..t.aa attMM Omly; ) .r .if'
who knew her. --- *. Mitor mr .r***... .....:. ;J
'g here. Some day it i il take of Besides the sorrowing husband ....-. Am tntoTMU ..!.. .StMl. .--.. w U.ti oil ;
i going to care you. OIl .k .... .... ....--e. Y
..:. ;DfPOSnS.$ iNSuRf :. three\ daughters mourn the' loss of a t..tla..l91et.r._ Wrlto far ...._ r.riher I.fatioa _.. be ... t,:.., j>.
.J r mother Mrs, George T; Singeltary \loa.. .. La_
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T bedside Kissimmee a*; the all ofwhom last flutter were of at life the S _.. .... i

; : ::8all I tO ceola'? Gbunty.1; I ceased.member Mrs' Pfann of the'had' 'Methodist been a'' consistent. .'church/ For Muling. of:freight, '. -hips i to sJ]parts .f thti S. ::4\! ;'' tar.

: : since fifteen her:, year gtl.'lhood.of,.residence. and ,.Kislllmhaa' her. n world, write Division 'of'Operatkms'" Traffic!
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