The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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MAKES,: RAPID ,STEPS Rev. .J.' A. Sutton; who conductedarvices TO MAKE HIM:BANK FOR THE GROWER i AND It was 'a sorry bunch of :players '
for.two successive I i Sundays : and fans, that arrived In .Klaslmmee CONTMCT.FOUEAST.
recently. and won an enviable reputation yesterday: ,,from ,Apopka-i-'.for rain ;

SECURES OOOD;;' :SITE in that 'brief time, .arrivedinEissimmee' CHANGES PRESIDENT HELPS WONDERFULLYOseeela deluged them till all-needed' a wringbr. '
| I on Thursday and. willassume' But thr gain at Apopka'was an : ,LME 41 KUHWAY
of the First .
thepastorate- excellent -one-marked .by arwral
Excellent: pVegress:, Hat""'\B..r" Hade Baj lst known chnrclu. as' the.:.well as' the. aftxiliary M, S. Laaier; -'T. Forward "MesasBank Grower. --Cooperative Asa good. features-among which was the OfSdals kiMT ';Pret..r e
as -Second .Baptistchurch work, of Leo H. Wilson who pitchedthe J a..nq
By ,&Those Forwardiaf' The NeW, .. located, in the southern por ''- Plan' Buys laterest. ,.. "ThtFemePresident .,j Jdatie*. Has Already: Ceasse d entire game,' and the"comedian R.... if Thirty .......... And
Wholesale" Project ?' tion'of. he*.city. His first sermons '., .of. Charlie
'" Grocery I: te Reap BeaeEfa performances Klssimmee' - Read Wifl B. '
..1. .". will be ,delivered 'on Sunday next- Chaplin ,Ed Dukes The score { 1B.ilt'Thin
'That 'there"was 'felt. need of a aLJh.'Flnt'cbureh..t; eleven in 'the 'It will be\noted! by' an advertise Member of'the ..Osceola Grower finished on'a 8. to 1 basis,. hi favorof '.' .'-I. 1".aion''-
,Wholesale grocery in this- section of morning and eight in the evening, ment in another portion of this issueof TooperativeAssociation are J'eoa- .Apopka-but"it Is promised that commissioners. of the 'eotmi'\
Osceola county, and that, all classesof and at, the Second ,church at threeo'clock The Gazette,there hail been& ''rad- rratulattng( themselves as A result of the return game to'' be ''played here :.tailed .on Monday to ,
citlsens believe that such an enterprise ; : in the afternoon! Sundayschool.will cal change In the directorate *f the he''organization's first experiment in next Thursday 'will show a 'much.. 'construction consider farther .action relative to
will be an excellent' assetAtor be held at:.the usual hour Merchant. ft: Farmers Bank of Hisiltnmee co-operative buying.: Those who-are better result. khown, the what is commonly n
; Kissimmee is evidenced by the Sunday morning.The -and, nearly all outside capital putting ,In''an acre 'of eggplant all' as East Lake road found
V Jay In which advancement Is, being new pastor is a man of experience ; ha. been dropped. ..Marion's. of/(peppers have already,saved in the PLAN EXTENDED TOUR .. roll-call.-members! ; of'the board answering
made along several lines. Not a and ability. lie has travel* Lanier,- who Is now presidentof the price of seed more thantheir memwrship THEIR A '
'I I word of discouragement has ..been M in the majority of the states, in Institution, has purchased. 'the inters ,In the f association cos*. ,The TO :NEW HOME'Mr take petition praying that-the board
heard from any quarter; to the'' con- the union has served] for several e.t.of'U. G._ Staten, through whose seeds ordered through the ae. cla- no action at the'present time a*.
1. trary there' lava been few''' who have successive seasons as a lecturer in influence, the.:.charter 'of tho concern Ion are ready and canbe ..curedby., .' and'Mrs.IRoy''' H. Brlnk'l left by regards the' belief the'roadsiting.that U_...
.refused totake- a. financial .interestin chautauqua circles, and is of high was secured and who'mad..he.vy investments calling at'the Os'ceola Hardware,and automobile on' Wednesday with Clarence -, it of:: the remonstrants that
the project. ability as a'''ministerand the Baptists ,.and it;i.'Mr.-'I.anler'.ln4 paying: for them. .J., E,. Lupfer.-, the Iowa where they :'will- make would be better to nee, half tha
believe him to be one who will their' home, 'as .ther! -obiective' point. i ?<5WJlrUcn--'w' M.'b required ,to
;;.K) There was a called meeting at the tention Ho become permanent .resident cucumber magnate who is a memberof the '
Hotel Graystone Monday afternoonto add strength to' the church in :.everywayt of i Kissimmee.',, 'Mie! Growers' organization, has They were accompanied as, <-tair as proposed.. road in Improving
old ;;
consider the action which had The congregation expresses Mr. Lanier has been Identified with kindly offered to handle the seeds Jacksonville'by'the" parents 'of Mrs' thy After, road waa read to the board.
been taken'by the committee selected much satisfaction that he decided to the banking house elnce its incorporation 'or'the' members thus making them Brink-Mr.. and Mrs. iK.:;S. Johnson reading Hilflardl/ ".and discussion C. H. nl
accept the call made by Kissimmee.Mrs. From there""they will go north, plan ; Funk of Island, asked .
to approve a site and make arrangements and was from the flrstits more accessible' than if the officersof ? per.mission
for the transfejrof the property. Sutton I. nq"Il'J.heJlllltL.--chairman,of the oard. He went into the association, with their varied ninng to i spend a'few.days with Mrs. be '. withdraw, his signature,1.
deemed to btt'mk>.t advanta ous. butwillarrive;:' hersrst-an:early: date the project on a small scale at duties, tried to-distribute-them.,. The Brink's brother, Lacy E. Johnson, at' as signed the ;document; under a
W. L, Thorndyke, who was selected -butT the, son and daughter will join first but realizing that under.proper Osceola Hardware Company is not Washington; D. C., from which point II misrepresentations, ha<)"read It "'
for. temporary chairman until such their father in a few days. Mr. Sut management there was a splendid retting*one red cent out of it, they will make' their way: to low but previous he to 'afrixing 'hfssingnsitare, ', ',
Yet time as the papers of incorporation 'ton's last services were held at future for .the institution gradually them at'exactly the price quoted They leave many friends in JKlssImmee an Injunction i was under'th* Impression that.

shall have been 'returned from Homestead on the east coast-from invited until be became the principalstockholderpurchasing to the association: and, the members, 'who regret-their. departure..' woald be against the county
; which he comes directly to this-city.MAY this -- -- brought ia ,case the work
TaUahane. .after the necessary publications the' buildIng are grateful'for assistance. t proceeded
'presided at the meeting which, prior!>> had been held in the Inasmuch as the treasury 'is not WILL ; to therefore the he gave ,his'. endorsement '.

those attending being the recently- name of U G. Staton. Mr. Staton ret.overbalanced with funds only ,:MAKE' LEVIES'If Patr Johnston protest. '
elected directory and the special com- SELL:,POORFARM forced through illness to remain for those seeds for which' the ord4r'w.i ; lIeD- and speaking as -cltti:

mittee.. There were"several Important a time in a hospital, decided that placed with the secretary: have been I If the_ notata'countyofficiai said r w
routine matters handled, after It would be better- let go _of themajority. obtained. There; Is still time to get' NEXT MEETINCV' tinua the eowtty old ahoridatteml-ti. con*
which the report of the buildingcoin- 'IF FIGURE OFFERED I of the stock-and Mr. Lanier more and if enough members want I his' and his 'traJT which cut through*, r
.Jtnittee was taken up. was unanimously elected to the them an additional order will be should be. .family's holdings h
That cpmmlttee reported that'sev presidential chair. placed providing the president, secretary OF ? dtion'butbe' forced: to fight the prop>.

eral sites had been investigated. In- IS BELIEVED AMPLE The record. of the bank show the : or Mr.' Lupfer is notified to. $250... his was of oadyyfo'p. his*
quota the
the opinion of the entire committeethe following action: day. ,. $1000 bOnu. .
best proposition that had been At a special .meeting of the boardof Kissinimee just realize Exp: To Han BasySeasioi the new rQub'shouldilbepseeMcteeds' If ". ;

found was the property now occupied UaiversaJly Believed nat Smaller directors of the band held onTuesday what this association will mean Fourth ''WhraBndcet K, HilHard '' J.
the receivers of Water read to thyg. city and en July suggesUd that before
by the was the resignation of numerous people .'. '
Tract Will .Answer All Needs ef proceeding with th '
WaD Be' Considered 'work it would. .
A: Canon -Grocery" .Comnenv -ond U. G. Statoirrfrora the office of pres- who. are not growing any 'crops this be well '-to .,
because it had been considered the .o.c.... County Ident of the institution. The matter: season have joined the association to and.have,them; secure' all rlghts-of-w r

. best there had been the sum of S1000'W was taken and upon mOtion of benefit by its meetings and make !Ita U'I.. ,most unusual 'for a 'meeting H. ; too .' f properly.' recorded.
paid aa "earnest money" to bind the That dsceola) county once owned 17"C.; : Woodbery, supported by U. G. I big success. Some misunderstanding -, tor. be held of any .body of county : ', bad \ .IPed the' :remonstrance -'
deal for 'thirty days. The property Free and clear of all encumbrances, Staton, the resignation Mae accepted i as to i eligibility for membership commissioners on the' holiday: com havlng'tle; not.that
...... Iiaa J>een_purchased. by jhe Klssimmee an excellent poorfarm thn.vltlnitx., by -a unanimous vote. Immediately has .been apparent, some thinking meliorating this .nation's independ- the financial road built but beeausq of
Wholesale' Grocery Company; oncitslmmee-parkr i.--freely---admit ollowingthat--action, -by--the-.ame j thL..Or&'tlllatJ n.JLfo't.Dcker. onl once but the commissioners of Osc- condition. tn. which the -
contingent upon the perfection of the ted. The place was termed a good vote. Marion S. Lanier was .elected I on'somebode-'else only. The nih- -county-f.lrthar-at-'war.n.Ur-;: ) county, : _p1a dat thla-tima.l L. ..
abstract and there has been allowed one-and the records will show that president of the -Merchants A: Farmers tution provides that any one interested necessary that time be, conserved-. \was willing bfa'to. give the. rfCht.ot..yhroa.h'l s
thirty' days' time In which to learn It was an income-producer. The property Bank: . in the alms of the association !and it unanimously agreedthat added that property, 0.. ). all details. became, the more valuable each :(t teethe desire of .the new management may'become a member on paying the .the regular session should be held ,he was ready: to give the
i. This:site, is 'admirably: adapted for rear; as'the grove commenced tt to make this: essentially a membership feef one dollar. If ,one "on''the first Monday of the month." rightHrfwaythrough! his ..bldingarstipulating

\f ''this i business.' In fact for years it! produce ''better cropIthough the home-bank-wlth a policy of re- i. growing anything, be it field, crops, only for the insistence, however of about a mile' only;,that there should be' '.
c, was 'used for such a purpose-the receipts fluctuatedwith the markets. ttrictlng outside loans as much as truck, whiskers, or older:", he or she i Commissioner Hansell 'the, meeting- him Mr. of fencing built for
I present building having 'been con i The. Florida Citrus Exchange was }>o sible.. Mr. Lanier now announces are welcome and wanted. would' have been postponed {until talk" Hflliard'"'
that h
." strutted at the location because of .not doing the 'Bjynes! then that its himself a citizen of Kissinuneesandelieves New members received since the ,Tuesday./. . "' 4 '"*.' the , war not goingto"'fight
the excellent terminal facilities. The at the- presentume; consequentlythe that handling all business in last publication include F. A. Babb, I In addition to the routine businessthemwil1betaken'uptb.mattef prefe.road... -at the same time he would
tract purchased Is 150x160 feet, with receipt were smaller; but rumor 'm connervatlYemanoer.' ; ....and .making F C.I Bry.n D.--Clarkr" -()onnell, f Yr'' ;r... -, '
improving the
- "6n -"hundred"and'fifty feet of loading and from what seemsto- be ,well pedal* efforts to"interest the entire L, Cushman... 'Allen Fosdick, 'R. D. :the,.-budget for' the' coming" year and and KJuimmM.f. road between-Us home-
platform, and the building can be authenticated sourcessays' "always county In his project of assiduously Frankford, L. H. Gedgey Isaac Hall, the fixing of the millage for the "various .The .' '"-
transformed at a small outlay into ,there was a crop to sell of catering to the public needs, will J. K HiJIiard R. B.- Keller, H,' I* funds. This ia a matter of vital remonstrance w.i'ihally dli'poled -'
''NT one that will prove ,satisfactory for citrus .--fruits and it Is believed that build up a business that, will be beneficial hfakinson, C. C, McCoskey.; C.* H. importance- It;'le' the desire 'upon atone of'upon. >yrotlon ''of' Commis-

>J* many, :years to come If,* by': any a; search through the records of the to ,the '1 tlr..eJty and count,..- Murphy Lee Rogers, WilliamSpear.. the part of.' every' board' of'comrgiasinners missioner,W.therbee Baa."that'. by Com.;; ,
tiM., chance, the'purcbasers I decide.not to x>eks of the cl.rk of the courts .' 'The next meeting of the assocla- to place the,,millage at as be : the matter may ,
complete the. deal (he. one thousand would shoed, a, considerable income JEALOUSY FIRES SHOTS-. tion will be held on.the evening of low a'point as' shall be consistentwith tabled. Wetherbee, 'Bass ''and Mc'

dollars paid willbe' held by the present each year.' ' V y, AND WIFE .RECEIVEs THEM July .1%, and it is hoped therewill. bea the proper upkeep1of the county L.Clelland D..,.Overstreet voted aye; Hanselland." K.::. f r
'owners;'"but'' i&there shall be come ,The excellence of the 'place'..ttract.ed ... large ,attendance.; '<- and care"for' the' needed improve- The voted nay. r l
flaw discovered .whereby the. !deal -attention' of those who .sawa ,There "wa. a.0'r disturbance'in: the ments.. It ,should be borne in mind I the.on.1 1 board.then.proeeeded'to,. "open"
f,cannot, be consummated then, the chanceto, work politics! -and the colored .ection 6f Robinson avenue fUNERAL WAS POSTPONED; by commissioners that"the' state which bid: that had been received, ; "
money that has been paid will revert men'-higher up sat up and thought for Monday morning. Ripe, dark-brown REMAINS OF LIEUTENANT millage has bee i' reduced to the 'extent .ier's:'check was accompanied 'by a cash '
to the and another a .time. 'Then the assertion was of one-fourth 'elf' mill but the for '$Wa 'The
I grocery company jealousy had an inning, seven bullet- MISSED REACHING CITY a -
.J ate' will have to be,found. There'is ,made that footrot;'had hit the groveand holes are imprinted upon the body of .:. 1/ shrinkage has' been insignificant ..nd'I' I given were. grading. $4687.";EI;;
little-likelihood .of either .of *- it would be well for the countyto the wife, and the assailant occupied -was the' needY of the county have appreciated $1200 total, fWW;" :
i and gpt.rid of what might be an incubus. W. B. Makinson notified by considerableextent -making a\\ 1, ;)
being.brought.about \ to
conditions he county bastile. afew momenta so ,- presumably
the his
officials that remains'of son, the '
It is safe: to .say that within sixty Evidently the plague was notextremely '.ftA>rthe trouble. Lieutenant -William Makinson who.elife ,'that there will be nd ch.ntef and-estimates of Bnginee -'
. days-......entire.building-will. be occupied -.severe-f'.offer-'was f.: "When" "Charies"'Carpenter" "went" to would, r' a- lesseningofthemillage for Joe i Johnston, ,j of $8743.24.TTQee-.
was yielded overseas; arrive .tlmateado
not Include '
wholesale made to buy' the place at seven thousand ; the'mU.'or
by: company. his house near the corner of Vine from Jacksonville yesterday .comingyear.; f fencing
In fact, even-now.'there is portion dollars, A. E. Whaley was anx- about nine o'clock" in the Last the mfllags w..dlatributecl ptosvfaxfty stipulated.' The p
street' morning year .
morning at tn early hour, rand immediately bid ....' frees Smith Brothers J.JH..
the being bysecretarytrasurev' ious to have the;PrQperty..but whenit -
of < follows
building occupied! : and found his wife getting the of the as :
Leslie Squires.By was sold It was not sold to him di- Legionaries General revel1ue'maxlmum mills Smith Kirby Smitiv; and D.J .Ai
breakfast for oneGeorge Martin '
terms of the contract the rect by the county as be seen l local posfwere, given- the information . .. 1 mill 'Smith.' Chairman 'Overstreet ".Y- 1',
1 occupying may: 'who .was resting -another ,part of for It the desire of the Fine and forfeiture ;i._i. i.
was pressed the'view that the contractors1,
firm has the right: to '\" days in which to clear its stock and file of The Kissimmee Valley Gazette decidedly peeved. 'His sense of justice should parents be' Tick eradication' ........c'Z, mills could not, possibly carry'out the workon :

:t< tire.(from I the business, and'tops under date* of Friday, December 16, I was .hurt.. His honor must be Arrangements given once made Special Publicity-_____..Vi, mill' the hurt basis, the,named., and 'aa1cI11t"would '

. are being taken to make a deal with 1916: # appeased. With pistol in hand' he with the post at were Orlando that repre Fair fund'' __:____...._.s.>1.mill a fall-down'in thai county eowtroationt''batrotopfelt'tbat"if If there 'was,

several prospective purchasers betake Poor Farm.SoW went after his spouse, who ran from sentative.rom there should participate School (maximum j>-..y-i<-..I1.'mlUs i there.was'a'gU '
the entire stock it, stands County Ith. '
; ",n asMl.remove-it to1 another as-city :to add Better Site aght;; than: domicile that she and yelled'cried-and aloud.the, entireMighborhood More in the services, and there was w .... h -'2'lKtarti't'State ure the' bond ;would" make- good,,*; ;r: t';
Hospital to have been .included a firing squad; Ninety dayswaa the time bs .
to the present stock that is being POT.. AlJlO "turned out to the millage +:. :: ;i.i s11' mills : specified
see ;
,, ed by the ".purchasers. Other\ ..TIM'eomml..IODfti' the. 'crave iwaaprepared; flo1'IIwere .. . H' .t.'t . ,,: ,:: the proffer in',which'the'work ''should. \
xouble. '
of Osceola ; Carpenter figured .she wasa > "
.,., secured and every 'detail completed ? lie eompletedM ., > ,
; J. M. Duncan, now' in' charge If and)1 .iDktnlf-tunk ,f j. : i
ea )
, county: held a special, meeting,on moving target-:-and sought to make -for-the. young man was* lov- Rad ends Special j Commissioner Bass moved and ..'
of :tad tbereefver\wulput"of'aule," Monday to-act-on'the-di.position. of a.bollseye.' ed. a1l hi. associatesandthat Bridge 'District ;No? 113 Commissioner-;
b" Wetherbe
irmer. , supported
what, of the r ', -' ''1.tIntere.t ' '
get pe .can out. the'county. oorfarm1MI' Kissimmee when: the womn fell 'to' the included everyone In the entire mUI. = -? :: the-motion .that.the.award should b.a- -
.stock.\ ('That",-matter; which ia one inwhich' Park and 'to 'purchase a site for' a ground with five ,bullets Carpenter, county;: and" staking \fundliedlRoad : made, to Smith Brothers.' "The -ret t

,,. 'tile Kissimmee Wholesale combined county' hospital ,tand farm so the report,says-'filled'up'the gun By some stupid blunder MlI1 wher and'' Bridge- District. No. ,'2,' 7. stood i 'Bass,' Wetherbee and MeClel-I i
' in no way.inter In'-, ,more desirable locality' and 'took -two,more shots' as she l.ypro.trate. the"remains'failed. to arrive at the mills. 5---. land and'
voting iHanselL Chafr

... ested', will-be determined .later.ay A bid of approximately $7000 Was By.. that time friends specified ,time, and wires to various interest and District" Special man lO; ..ratnet'.voting'aye; : a.a1rtt..) .
., ,, Th. sale of the stock: in the new accepted-for the poorfarnv-the parted the1' man from his prey-and point. g.veevidence that even the Road and Bridge' No. 8, S motion was declared ,carried. "Pat 1 r

.,' 'J 4oompany: ls progressing' .very' nicely, chasers being W,.,>C.fBass. and. Eugene others telephoned' for 'the 'police who following traIn was not bringing the 4- mills:. 'r Johnston ,was. then authorized: :to ae-
.uthat'.wlthln two - -.r.r. soon. Were 011 Toe' There-will also be the report to be -
s C. Bryan. ; spot.Carpenter body; ;The"suspense was severe Upon cure rights-of-way atthe earliest
I weeks, the' entire $50,000wili;: have ,- The. county commissioners purchased was'arrested. Dr. Rivers was called the Immediate members of the, family heard from the two delegates'visit' moment because of the: motion-made'
I been subscribed.If;: such"'shall,be the a'site' for the' hospital and to the victim of the assault and : -who had turned everything''over ing .Tallahassee this week"to consult by Commissioner Hansell., and1. -
i result of-'the canvass being made It new county farm on the road be- eoloredtown stood Mind1' sat aghast. to the local post. Dr. J. W. Simpson, with the state road, department regarding ported by Wetherbee, ; ''and 'nnanH up- "I

i' is probable that another $26,000 will (Continued from P... 8evenlCOMMISSIONERS' ) I Martin had disappeared but before who heads the poet of this county, the possible action' to be moDsly carried,' no' work"lhaU"\' \"',
.: .vifcs added to the capitalization, in or- long he was apprehended and lodgedin called off the "visit of the Orlando taken: hy that body' on the completion commenced Gn the' project 'until 'all
\ ,*wrfer' that there shall be no handicap MEETS jell( along with the shooter. Legionnaires and was unable last of the n'OII..tate road,from such documents' have'beeni.teeotrlad.' ;
'. to.the management, the institution NOW HELD FREQUENTLY The victim of this cruel attack: evenlnt'to make: definite' statement Melbourne to'Kissimmee. other'' Important .. ,
ajiy '
but that larger' and better died shortly after eleven o'clock: regarding any details for the matters no"'doubt,''will consume THE CORONER'S,JURY' "'
Stocksmay be handled. There are Tuesday night.-prior to which time interment. long hours of the Fourth 'of '
numerous residents and business men With a special meeting( of the her ante mortem statement was July, BLAMESI '
ftmuch. j interest as the residents of last, the regular monthly meetIng police in the presence of Dr. T. 11.I : NEW SCHOOL.TRUSTEES,
1 .. ',.tag.KJistrnmee-i-for- merchants real to be held on Monday, July 4, a I Rivers. In her.statement was made ,EARLIER. THAN EXPECTEDMr _FOR,' SAINT CLOUD CITY A coroner's.-jury:was \.. ;
\iz.'.that' means to have a supplyhoOee special session on Monday, July 11,' the assertion 'that earlier In' the '
Mrs7'wV": : "Hill who the: fJlee of 'Judge : i<
'and ._
'close'1 hand, and the,private and the body: meeting on Monday. morning Carpenter had made threats ELECTED ON SATURDAYThere '
r. -individual understands that the July 18,- ae an equalization board, it I against her: that upon his return some time since, purchased the'Stone nesday to investigatevthe w

; s* ck, .will' be 'worth' dollar-for-dollar may be readily noted that the county I the husband found the wife In the place at; Shfngla( Creek and had )Intended -. was'a very 'spirited contestIn Mary. Carpenter(land Jto'.
"inbut a short //time .' and that no administration officials are putting kitchen alone;: and that the shooting to. possession 'In the early the election 'of school tnutee. 1ft If possible,'the authorof : : '

great extent of time will fee requiredto in some work in attending. to their 'which resulted in murder had not fait;. have tame arrived from their old Saint .Cloud on Saturday last-there Several 'witne... 's era, Prosecutor'a
duties. being a general desire that' these
: see the stock of the company been brought about by any action '
;reach oot-and go over the top at a upon the part of the woman who Is home Hatcher's. Station Georgia, should be a change In the administration the jury, and there* ;,. : '

.'!S premium.ft TAKING HIS VACATION highly spoken of by all of her race: and are now; at the home they purchased. I. of that Important office--and corroborative; evidence '1D..
..The establishment of the Klsslmiee AT OLD KANSAS HOME who knew her. Thev brought with them the vote brought out signifies the Interest titular.- One 'White witness ] :

.;"( Wholesale Grocery Company The funeral of the murdered woman three of them grandchildren whom -taken The officers'who have .'ed-Dr. 'T. M; Rivers-'
.:i* 'means, much, to this city:'to paint Following his regular practice of was held at a' late hour on Wednesday they are caring f r-the parents of been holding-control: were candidates the wounded woman.i
Cloud-where'there are many stock- taking a month's vacation each year the children being dead-and Mrs. for election to the position -butthe' i Milton Pledger was ia "attendance;,
. : Hill and these little will remain people'named a ticket which: met 'the hearing. v' f. -
e iholders. ). tthei-several counties in Dr. R.. J Denning left on W&dnesdayfora ones '
Is. -lUs ,.vicinity-\end( there .Is"*no- doubt visit to the 'former home of ,UNION FRATERNAL MEET here 'permanently. Mr.: Hill will with!: . The finding of tfi4,Jury wa: *? .*.'"*.
If, return to hia former home to There ... ,'-of I That the said Charlie >Carpenter! o. ri
>J.flKat there will! be a general reachinootitortithelpatrenagsr -" his wife, where Mrs. Denning hasbeen'for'the'past SCHEDULED, FOR SUNDAY soon- ;. whichRey'WtUsm
; t .that" rightful'V several weeks.'Hei "' close some) business matters and thirteen, of Lan- the 27th day of June 1921 did.makean
< .IS., LACEING;.IN'' DETAIL'fo. dis i received ;eleven and J.. I., Cum. assault .. *.',* with-a .82 calibrepistol ,.
become of
will thereafter resident
dUtricC b a
belongs to.this The to be absent month during'
-ly expects! a ,i i; .. ,' . *' .-
'i. min received'
' two The tabulationof and dld.lnftJct
I v f'the concern,.will be' arman''whosnows '" which"-time* his office will be closed, I Florida' c'->/: .if'.j; eertair't
.,.J: ...;] the business and all,nnd r'of and .when he ,' Mrs. Denningwill'accompany .,,, ,;plans.han.yet'been'.mads pub.lic r. the remainder of the'vote showed mortal.'' 'wound upon the I said! ,Mary .. ,
i i tul'Dl7 " ' ' "
fleers 'wiJI!;be- under his i -manage- :: him.: 'iV! .regarding .tthe. union'. 'meeting of MISS. SMITH ,RETURNS .-. as'follows- 'Old. Carpenter; and?,did'' -then and ,there; ... "
... all: ''traernal trhlch war r. FROM CAMP .UBtMEET ,-. Members'of. 'Boait kUiand 'mnrdet 1hesal4jllary"ae!'" e it.rii' "
,:if" :'lDenti", \The;result'will be "thataImme..wUl XI.- : /societies .. .. ; -
it receive grater. promltt By"an annooriieemebV bt in the adver- received 'with''enthu'alas1n - ":"'- viand' F. Johnson'--i.-._ _;2SH 1
primarily ; '
V Miss JUblna* Smith Litt. returned # -C. Hartley :i" _. ,... y,2 w+ thi .
|[*. 'F..becausef.of this,.ther the'supplij-honae.,.should,,-bea, Using' columns tat an today,opportunity It will i be to seenthat'there doawa.1with'ihe 4sdth.hourr;,4h.; ,place"-;! .'httaf:'the'I' vVonV''the-i joint 'session''oiClub; girl g4hed." BJ Kenney '..iPeopWa --_:.y._:.':.;_. 'lS 1De. of the.? le. >l y0rditfwgR4.. : .;. .

';-;: n. the stock iofaLthe > tramp .peakershkveu yet'NceIncI.pab- of' Osceola -.D4'i .counties .: Ticket: by the jay 'cor11>tlng et H.\N.\ gilrThe" ..4tea.loretnaa'L'1'LIngram
; subscription< grafting agent ;: ;Orange ..",..;.....;..iBrammar, ; -. ; .-'...- J.>.lt'.. ..:
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;': eompanyandtb U nodoubty. who sell picture tram.'outra ttJ',' 'Th.f"ra1tnppoeecllt; II 'w ifcb"'was; 'be1Q cat: ;.Rollins ''cotteg Grace-' (- n..ii-k , DaYb'r
'there,:.wfll k'i., .' ous pr1 iIL, i jocThe.'Itro.'WDder'. :: Studio Is take', place:; on 'Sunday':'evening_n t for/three-' 'days,' t commencing' :lastMonJay'Al.CompletementUm Dana P..,Elselstein Seymour '.Hnt..T._ .L-) : ._15 ;J. R. Eoiarrtar: W-I..L j w/
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ton-dollar Yramee Tat - -129' .
duplicating -but it -possible that the closeaesiof : : P"':' '
tPeffumes"used: into j., scenting'eatpenKsoas : from',three .to" fow.dollars =and .It ' a'holiday of 'generalaelebratlen i ., : of., ;thethe v Gold braid ton, th." nt 01'lll."or: I i it nt.'Britisheoal,:. sWskj 4..j:' 11.
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..are derived AS .1 by-products>> will > at one to make an'bupec- 'might'have 'detered ,iwIIlaplearatlluri.ot' M9tpiM1iik1'
: ay -- & IKaxfwab.iL cenerahr'inade diplomatsi fcaabefu a tio.ted..' fc**.* ost# '
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tint oa Saturday.:; cemmHtee 'from perfecting 7 .... ,. ) .
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; : ti7. ... .. .. .. - "rn, :""OOQD"q H tItOlUtlS. OWNER" .$ lrxeiienl; \,of: Merchants' .&, ;Farmers* "" t ' f 11.. V .

Two Klsiimmea ; renldentJiavt : Bank o1 iin.mee !' 'C'O'Ml.ALL! **

"swapped".,. their bom**..thli ,(Weekend I .
; by the trad Judge G. F.-Krlbbi .. . '
become. the owner, of the Marvin M. I . -
UJCry Miller home .t 423 Church; street, . *' TO THE i
and Mr.: Miller becomes the owner (> '
of the Xrlbb property on Wet Vine< *<
STRIKE street Each family will immediately ,' PYMI'p"vi t

exchange location*,.and each party v v .? 1 BIGGEST JULYCELEBRATION t' :
1.SM1R figure that he has'a home more y1MIr4 9n, : : 1 1'I :
'"Its ro stcd' ,1u-rllkrl1J1 tha/i/ before ,the trans.. > ,
I fers wertf'made.' ,Both properties art. I ,

,tl'r" . 1 BEST'valuable.SALE_IN HISTORY I, .- 41 :'I'IV I

Y 1JgAlette OF'DOLLAR. LIMIT STORE . *3k 'Il' ,

) : ''The ale ''which( opened last, Saturday .' .. 1 = IN THE .STATE.ATC01EONE = :
. . morning. at the Dollar Limit J
Store has proven the largest in the
,; Notolgarette, has lifetime of the establishment result i DAYTO11AflEACH \'l.
.the same delicious which George W. Person consider ,
tiavor'a&'' Lucky remarkably (rood ,for this sea
son of the year. By "the largestsale" .- It' 1
it Strike.l ,Because, the management mean that Jointly by Daytona,' Daytoaa Bead and Seabreeze "f
Lucky Strike Is the fIre good have been cold and more. .
money received than s.nyrprevioui .___ 1.1
f toasted cl&arjBtte I ale he has conducted.- People came --- ,.- -. ,
from considerable distance becauseof .
Parade Band Concerts 'J
the good advertising . (iY.Z autoloads of patrons coming to KIs- ," '
a simmee one'evening after the; closing and Races 'l
Auto Horse Motorcycle Bicycle
hour. Mr. Persons was ,forced to ) \
.. .-- -' -. come to his store and light up-and ,. l
'.' then call one of his clerks to aid Flying[ Surf Bathing
him in caring for these patrons d .
who came from Davenport. .
Shore Dinners' -

Dancing) fireworks and Everything ;
IF, .. Members of the Osceola Growers Over $4000 in cash and trips will -
Association have be offered as" prizes to members of t ,, ._ .. ,
Co-operative recently = = -=----=- = :;=c = '=- --=-= -- --- "- := I
> ordered eggplant and pepper I the boys' agricultural clubs of Flor ,
seed for the fall here. The ida at the state fair in Jacksonville
growers ,will plant crop around the fll'lt.of .I this fall, according to/ a statement by r Como July 2 and Bring the Family
!- July, and other growers not in the R. W. Blacklock, state club l a<)t-r. 1
organization yet, but who expect to I This money comes from bankers' ,
i join, are urged to plant their fall merchants, packers, clubs and societies
crops at'' the above-named time in and from private citizens of .
Florida. It Is firms and ------s
ord<* that all crops will be ready to I given by - - --
r Market at the same time. persons who have been interested In''
Full Control of this- 'Banking Institution .
Who Assumes
c Get your land ready for the sweet what the training offers and' means ">> .... Ii
potato crop. Engage vines, or. else to the coming generations. It is .. : *
order them, and plant immediatelyafter I given by firms and persons who are f
T the first good rain. Use liberal progressive 'and enthusiastic for all :I JOY RIDES MORE COSTLY 1 ELECTRIC CAFE ]I *i

G, amounts of commercial fertilize that leads and points to a greater HISTORY SIXTEEN YEARS AGO DURING THE COMING YEAR t**
,; with barn yard manure. a top I and, better Florida.In \.
dressing before planting. addition .to the' abov -mentioned i Front files of Valley Gazette According to the new law which ... ,
N. J'h.v. been In ,several groves this sum of money to be given state\; club will become effective January 1,1922. :
[week,, and see that whUeflies and winners; hundreds and thousands of automobiles for private use only will{ s'Ul..d.a.y :

purple scales: are doing much'damage dollars have heretofore and will be Captain J. L. Woodward moves to be licensed on a weight basis, beingfifty WE ARE GIVING THE SAME J-t
;'i \ to the trees. The grower will insure given away to boys and girls win- Kissimmee from Bartow. cents per hundred pounds. The: ..
himself of a much better crop ning in county contests.If : owner of a Ford touring car for private "GOOD OLE CHICJC'N DINNERS" '
next Reason''if he will take immediate all the money given as prizes Ernest Ovel'ltt; is getting' his use only will pay a license tax '
1 steps\to control these insects.' The and trips and scholarships in all thecountle new store ready for business.J of $7.60. The owner of a Oakland of .
;whltefly covers the' new growth incase state could be deter the late models has been getting his J
eW-I'I' mined to that,given atthe W._Miller buys from E.. L. Lesley license for $5, but under this law Don't Forget Our Good Meals For Every Mealtime '
there is.the.whitefly, and the tree laIG state contests, the sum would bi surprisingly the Sunny South livery stable.H. he would pay $12 while the owner ofa i'
large. Already this club Maxwell will $10.60. The five- NOR OUR SPECIAL SERVICE \. :
weakened that the tree' is unableto M. Smith, of Lakeland has been pay .
bear fruit.. The purple scale follows work-a being loyally supported by passenger Buick, touring cars weigh ,
r. the whitefly and kills small twin! great numbers-of citizens, but there hired as principal of the highschool. 2900 pounds; therefore, a license for ITHE ELECTRIC i ,,5
and limbs outright. As a Is room for Hie suppoTfof those who "Jim" Carson left to attend the such a car-would be $14.60. A Cadillac '1
)', pray with .oil ',emulsion, one gallon never before have, been interested closing exercises of the state university touring. which has been costing fE ii1
to ,65 of water. Follow not later at Lake City. $12 will cost $20 under the new law. G. R. DAYSON. Proprietor. Telephone ', .'
.than ,three, weeks with the same FLORIDA SENATOR: BUSY If the automobile. is used for hire, k .prayin.._will Ua much ,WOIUClNG..TO.AlDJ'LOIUDA W. L. Campbell, noorfarm superintendent there is an additional charge to the ,
a good: but you cant expect.Just 'one ,- litttnter't1\e com1rgi>rpnge welght" ofthecarandalsoacharge -.- .. ._ ._ .i. .:.t
x'' spraying. to,; clean up everything the Senator Park Trammel!, who, crop at two thousand boxes. of $5 I per passenger where the passenger ,
first .time If you' are undecided some week ago, on the part of the. capacity does not; exceed sev ./
about the proper time to' spray, call I Florida. ,.growers, requested. the Interstate A. D. Gilbert is turning out some en. So that a Ford touring car operated
on your county agent who 'will be Commerce Commission to fine cigars of several grades from : for hire would take a license fb
glad to assist you.' I require the express company, to, fur- his factory-and has expert work costing $27.60-the driver, of course, F.4CLE''MIKADIY' cncil No.174Maaa : tr t-
,.It-would cartainlyJb* a great thing nish refrigerator cars for carload' not being classed as a "passenger."
a for' this county to put on a''better I shipments .of strawberries, has been' men.Rull Bass shipped a trainload of ..
.n4..laf'l'lr' .fruit "eampatrrc--Especially '. dvlwi hy tha .commission that an beef cattle'to .Lykes Brothers, at A Word to the Wise \ ,
i I.rm"aboulel nave fruit InveatigatTOtLOf) subject has been. -
every- Tampa. The price paid :was $1( \'a
In.its seasonall through the year.- I'ordered and that.the growers ,will be head.' ; "In March I was called to'the bedside .Fee Bab ae yesur o..a- U flee sjraasatTHKYnjjOWraaLWTTHTHKU2 \i.'', ;.
: have noticed that '>'the<' peach cropis: '- given a hearing. Senator Trammel 1 '_ of -my '.Iater ia, Brewton Ala- Anti iOR : : >BAM .' ,. I,2/1
'vferylgood' this year' and that, the''lrt'owI ',has introduced in the .senate a bill An ordinance was passed giving a bama. She was given' up to die and EACLE MIKADO "
iCof peaches for the local providing that the government property permit to the Postal Telegraph Com was almost deadT Talked in a whis ." 1
market 'Ii(, becoming'better established -' known aa. Saint Francis Barracks pany'to" string .wire.f'and' establish} per. Doctors said nothing. but an '. EAGLE PENaL COMPANY. NEW YORK e' ?,. .
'her >in our -county. One man at Saint Augustine be donatedto It..system.. operation ,would .save her and she I I
t;; said! he wished '.part of his orangegrovewas Florida for: military purpose -'Timer was too weak for that Her. color .. {
in, peaches, for" the few El Bass buys from Bass the was yellow with gas. That day I '
.trees on his place-had paid him much' KISSIMMEE' VISITOR residence opposite the building of The heard of Mayr's Wonderful Remedyand
T '"better than his orange crop' this pastseason. 'I, STRICKEN BY DEATH Gazette office-now. occupied by W. went and got a bottla for her :
.' .If every' farm bad just,one AT HIS OHIO HOME B. Johnston. In three weeks she was. able to be L A. Prouty Soda Fountain t1
} '' d docen peach' a trees in bearing. 'we -- A movement is o foot to get all about and walked a mile to church. ;

'wouldestablish'a; thus'houseand Jesse L. Cameron who has for the I merchants to close their places of I am praising your medicine to ev- _.. .. y, '
4 ,hip .co-operatively, cutting out past fourteen years been winter business and attend the- .Fourth of eryone.*' It is aa simple,. harmless -- (
'p the middle I man who gets ail theJlroftt. visitor in Kissimmee., where be had July celebration at Orlando. preparation that removes ,the eatar, (BESTMADE; : iiy I AMERICA ). i
/ .that should go to the grower. Formed a large circle of warm rha from the intestinal tract is
mucus I
if Jateractcst let knew.. will R )
1 M we catalagaa ... aaataw '
'The small'deciduous fruits 'are' being Friends died at hla. residence at Ill Henry Overstreet is clearing twen- and all.s.n inflammation which yM 1
"'neglected, morelstttenUon'to the farmers Mar avUle", Ohio, on Saturday June ty acres to be used as an annex to causes practically all stomach livec grail. ... Wa aba carry a ceplet ... af Soda FautaJ Sopplks.eijblWin > I. ;/ i
..4 ,pay the. p.o.duction 18.. dropping dead in his garden the 25-acre grove owned by C W.. and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis' .
r 1f, ,of.. them. You can at' least where he was hoeing. The cause of Ward and J.;.E. Moseley, on the Midland .. One dose will convince: or' for J. ..Niverfart Sum, Coietitrttel Sinus ail Cnskil' FnttsKOLMAN i l
havefruit. ; the;;'year "yound for. home* the stroke was pronounced eerebraj/ money refunded. J. Z. Roberson and itB tj :
consumption.'', hemorrhage brought on by the exsessiva druggist everywhere. fOUNTAIN SUPPIY
M1 ;' The Osceola Grower Co-operative heat of the day. Howard 'xats-iio is taking afour7e.r CQM.PANY' r3z4 r
--AnQcintign< ,formed, several weeks Mr. Cameron was in his seventy- course at Columbia university Extermlnatlpn of eagles 1.1. urged .
ago i* 'a dead sure thing*.' "If 'you seventh year, but his life had been will leave for New York next in Alaska to stop their enormous. destruction > Sryai. St;. Tint P. 0.: lies 1273 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. "', ,
don't? believe,thla,,-come" oat, and at characterized by health, and he was week take, the regular summer. ,-of fish and game. ,
-t) r 'teed.the -"p1.rTtnontbly'meet.: an ,extremely well-preserved man. course. I '
ra..; 'ingthe' second e .Tuesday He served through,the civil war with FAILED ;ADVERTISE '. - 1 :
July We" have .over ,sixty paid-in honor and upon his Jdischarge: .... Sam Wilder and Hop Wilder, two LOST HIS COMMISSIONHere < .
e'c ?T' members' and prospects for a largermembership'is turned the practice of law in his members of the most prominent fam '
very H good. -This ore home town'' where he ever since resided Kissimmee, were ,arrested at is another case where because
-ffanisatlod for'-your benefit.Th" For" 'he had beenlean Pant City charged with the murderof of non-advertising a Kissimmee t iJ'
memberand' i others will be'' Clad to [ of the JDQr.'eara'' ....oel.tlon"I'and' Oscar Brannon of that place. Another man lost out. A: Few of Our
2 >> ,leara that,the .saving in buying seed has several times been brother, George Wilder is secretary A local resident desired to insure. Bargains
ty for- this -association has already! by public office. Hs was a member, to Congressman Sparkmanwho his car in the state automobile as I ,
3 ; amounted to more, than the member-' of the Grand 'Army of the Republic) I will. act as defending counsel. sociation. Name of man can be ; ,
and well-informed Mason. -.--
,hip was a given.He.
f : Call on 'your county agent Always l- The ,interment was made at Oak- Two negroes. Henry Weaver' and looked through the columns ofThe I' :
at your ......Ice. dale beside the remains of his wife. Dock/ Jones stole a pair of fine shoes Gazette for an intimation that Whole Wheat Flour. bulk per pound________..__________w--- gc k

R1 ,1\r r.rww.' I from H. Ctav" Stanford's stock--and there was a local agent in Kissimmee. Graham Flour, pound packages _____________45e :, '
A child cant get strong and robust Rab-Mv-TUB Is a pewerfal utfseptk. Marshal William soon had them. ------------- '

Il S while Worms cat", away Its' strengthand .. CMS! infected cats, M. One negro proved his innocence-,;-but He found nothing of the sort. Bulk Dates, per pound ----------------------__________.-25e : '

White's vitality.Caeam A Vermifuge dose 'or puts two the of Sara. ten f, Jones served ninety Johntson days on heard the Then he went to Orlando-where 1-pound Roast Beef -------.,-------------------__________ -
fie took out a policy.
little one on its feet again,Price, 85c. the 1-pound Corned Beef ________. ._ijj ;
1, .. CLARA -KIMBALL YOUNGIN case.Edgar Here is what he said about it: --- --------------------- r]
.,....,d''Roberson.- SPARKLING DRAMA drowned Friday "I had just paid my check when aman Deviled Ham. per' can ----.:----------?----------________2Sc f i
perdue was and asked why .
stepped me
)1-; 'DOG1.. 'WAS NOT AS MAD '"STRAIGHT FROM PARIS" afternoon, June 16, while a picnicwas I came to Orlando up "to get what I Potted Tongue per can -------------..---------________ ..:_2Se

::" AS THE:.WORRIED GROCER That Clara Kimball Young is a in progress about at Paradise'three hundred Island. could have found in Kissimmee. I Potted Chicken per can ----------------,-._.____________2Sc
While sailing
told him that I saw no advertisement
llr; "' It happened ; George Taylor nn screen actress whose art attains new feet from shore his feet became entangled about it in The Kissimmee Gazette THREE KINDS OF GARDNER'S CAKES
t..< ",last Friday _.afternoon; fteorge ale heights with each successive vehicle, in a rope'and he was thrown and the editor knew nothing ,
1.... .1. ways hangs about the store the latter Instead of exhausting her versatilitya ov.rt oard. AI Gilbert, in a rowboat, about there being a local; agent there. -oOo- _
A :,to", ' part of June. The day was somewhat - fact that is sadly true of .0m.ny endeavored to reach Perdew but the That was the reason' why; I made the DONT FORGET THE WHITE LABEL COFFEE I'
other motion-picture stare '
t, '1 rnltry'and George, as ia his young man sunk before the heavy trip. Most certainly Id prefer to 'l'
,f rule was .lounging behind bit home with telling fprce in the would-be rescuer .
out permitted
't \ I waves spend the money In my own city,
.", -, ;.''shop';to,,get .the''breezes cool. There her latest aixTeel" which. production." to seize him. Twenty-four hours but If no one advertised what I wanted Phone your orders to 176; w.'delinr inside city limits .b 1':
from Paris, tomesto
.J dog to the place with of and resulted In *
1 cam a stray seining grappling and' some other city did advertise -
,;;Vr":" dismal air and sad and someone the Casino next Wednesday.The finding his body-partially undressed all I could do was to go to the '
... hollered, loud and shrill: "Look outl! action of "Straight From. advertiser' R. S. FLOYD 'H
Paris" I. in tune with its environment
<<" i That critter's mad!I" Did George sit There la not a line of, business in I .
'still upon his box as he had been before .I' Set In the: gaiety and whirlof WHAT WILLIAM WRIGLEY Kissimme but what' ia of, auftc1entImpOrt.Dei ., .
7t.. Well,',I will say. he' didn'tbn *-'', high society life, .the plot starts "
,t' : > started! the store he stumbled bff with a bristling romance Inwhich "GUM-MAN- ASSERTS. amount of to have at. least There a ia small no - c -,. ., ":,.:,

< ,., .i\ "round, until he >felt his> feetwould the ,cross-currents: of human';passionand ,fault. .."Once you. are"'In" business adver- reason for ,publicity.- "" the publicity . '{ ,.

'\.., .never' track:Y. he turned a, The Jealousy story of are this"painted sparkling to' a love-in Using, is a necessary investment., ., stunt; no need of expanding huge through proper publicity, build his course get'iom*.trmd .buUt': Ui. ,; '.
\'r-.; ', lightsome handspring and"he landed about the get )011.' what .you always need, .urns, Of' secure this advertising. trade larger. No one desires to enter "conalat.t:: and persistent advertiser ...
trigue centers
wv' on;his,back; pedidit( all so quickly ady.rttuNaof ., invested a "dead..* %,'-wbere.there. is
milliner.' the more ,business. .There's. ;no The-.larger- capital who wills.e his business: Increase ,ia
t 4 ''7 that',vbe,.soon was .la. h..7ator.-flr. -an'--unassuming, :*in' than the larger the apparently nothing .doing; but Jet .. :, a
person Lucrette.Granler4he. part or more reliable. ,way. to grow .to I ,; stock carried: abs a successful: way.. r" . :
,7 ,fee.beat two seconds ,as'k '. then ,the' advertisementsshould ": > .iu ,aJ.e" came on deck and the I '"
b anddog played. "ta'perfection by MiisrTounjr.Despiteher < advertise; : T s *; V larger g ., Keeping .one's' darni ''beforH'thej' J'JubUed.
v slammed .tbe'door.: bel be asd'but'th' .M-irothtog people..Joclt: to the, spot; where some ,
'contract r
humble she b. L "My- first advertising; -wasfor : ls'whattbas'wol'In'the"pastrand .'
.w-j calling, j .
r wartbrapisa'tea11K"'f"Pt1tA -' '' .J300/Last. year f-spent,$3,&QOr.1 carri d-011 ,here ,..that Will'not'afltarda clever...advertising j DU.invited them.6nchresultah wW l'
'" win'tajth
or, future :
thrown by dint her, personal .
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!'1' ,say{:Jsi't;"Darnthe. ',-;Doggone! circles,-of'th.- Parisian. .,salons, fie.1"s: 41'lAOOO" day.. !' r i ilji"Fignrer. : .' Frequently' is the statement made:, "auy.times ;times-and; :will 'A. teaspoonfuTof' 'Ilerblne'wU Vie'{?"'
' the....dig,,by luck It #_ fr'om.'that ,moment.' magnetize* theattention I .. out :bow ,many sticks of "Ok,"" tny: business. U such a..little un more. It is the r advertiser *>.i a copious and purifying bowel
retier I Ik Caa a ajW'i. [;of;?.thegranJies.of; high, gam,mast be:soldi"'to, meet-.this.-ad that'I really,cant afford tq. payout who'll ,,get tha trade,"'.alwaysprovidedrtbat. movement; improve' appetite,_ restore',
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: It is against the law for n dead The Eau' Gallie Record tells of the If. the society writer are determined a .Ford born,, every minute. .
. 11 TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANKi cat to be found on the streets of value pf "A live woman's club." I in writing of wedding,' to -*nd none r,,ver'die? ka
I Plant City It's a durned lucky: thing should certainly opine that, live women term a groomsman a. a eat i man" .* *4 *
" i that ,the same law isn't in force' in would be a deal better)than dead IWhy'n thunder can't they make'mat Dellgatfel Either Way '
THORN DeFuniak Springs. ones: at the same" time I'd think ten euphonlu. by terming the brides.maid .The LakelanetStal'l, tails of 'a':DeHghtful -* '
A I .* ,that a woman' live. club would beat as "the best'woman?" Who Invented Swimming ,PaiSy." yet; and
. b. t I Perfectly Shocking two of> 'em. that "best man" business, moreover U .that a*' nice "as -"Swim- y Y Rr
'." Mebby Neighbors Don't Care Awful Sound.4 Isn't I&f' I saw a picture yesterday'' advertising *. anyway.,How did they get that'wayT mlntr'-With A ,Delightf Party TT: If' '
a, The Saint Petersburg Times do- New Smyrna has a store named holeproof stockings." Th. Tall Of Sun "Shine" Also. why I thank you. It I I..' I'd like to take" both-on trial,' Va
.votes' considerable space' to'an article the ,'SwooP. Grocery., Sound like*. woman had both -of them on and i The West,Palm Beach Sun tells of * It, were* Yasium.. .,>. '' tk e
' ,'Treaded "Black buy homeslte." Thojoke"of eat.o star stew fromalarge wag Just, slipping into her ,last slip, a meeting at which a "full quorum"was Should Learn The Song .: .. MIll , '
,., the whole: thing is that it : .spoon, doem't.ltT'. per. From the way .she wasn't present. Of ,course. that ,"full" I have. a'.belief that'nery 'red- 1-.U''TIwt 'Trade "* it itA
i /. was located in the white district.. ,. dressed I'd say' thai advertisement makes tne article more emphatic. It blooded man' woman and child in face mask ha, bee invented' {
* Fooling Away The Film -' was very attractive actually gavethe Is only when a "''quorum gets'half America should know word-perfect, for, automobile'. drivers...jPresa die- 3
'?. And I Know Why I presume that I'm what might he whole) proof dont you know. full that that it. becomes noisy and "The Star Spangled Panner.: There patch. ,.Well.(I'm sure that'tome of
, ; In nearly every Florida publication strictly termed a "film faddist" forI often unmanageable. I thank you. are mighty few, however who' know those driver who handle! a car where ,
there has appeared for-several weeks like tho things. But I do Strenuously Silly; Ancient Expression& -*. beyond firstverseDid-you-ever therlpotiIChtorbria'htlidttaCIanIn .,tt "
,' an advertisement headed in large object to using so much of the So many people write "shot downin You've Said A Purseful notice In a gathering where -"every: the eyes of the driver of a passing r
I typef"Thl.: man dreaded to see night film for telling things-tin which 1 am cold blood" that I frequently won The Avon Park Pilot says: "Chickens one" was expected to join In the I car need a meek. Aye. even more. ;
I" come." I know just! how he' felt not in the 'least interested. Preceding < der how they get that way. When a need green feed and pastures. whole song, and sing Just as if they' they need life Insurance."
i about it. He probably 'was living the cast of characters one will man has ,cold blood be 1 I. dead already Correct.. They also require a powder- meant It, how the-,,majority will 1 41 '_. ''. ,,.
\ : t next ,door to a camp of holy rollers. see a long list of' stuff for which the yet- so there'd be no use in puff and dress cut high enough in tackle the subject under discussion Without Any Effort', Eyethej', . s 'ii
, r. 'I thank you. majority care nothing-running along shooting him. What those folks really the front to carry the stuff; a paint The singers will start in 'on the first Scientists are now claiming' that a... '" s,
I ,. something like this: mean i I. that the man was "shot er's license .card with a scale of verse and -make good' like 'this:' wee They Would Hate Helped down in hot blood," provided that he quantities to be used; several pairs Colorado carries a' large''percentage'1: !* :
.While there was great need of help The Wandering Wooden Leg wasn't badly shot up and also provided of sheer openwork silk hosiery that Oh., gay can YQU see, by the dawn' of real),rubber,''' and"there, is a..probe! '
at the fire in Winter Park which \ that "blood" has anything to are more open than work; a bright early light I bility of commercializing: .stuff*'
last week destroyed the waterworkst'and A mellowdrammar do with it. For myself, J prefer to disposition; some shoes with heelsso What so proudly"w." '.balfed at the i All'I know of weeds and yubberIn i ,,
I iceplant.. it seems "to me that say that a man was murdered-then high that the feet skid on a twm ht's last gleaming that 'stateia one time I was talking'
I much aid might have been given by Leg by Wood Split let all those homicides, fraticldes straight 'track; and a line of windy Whose broad stripe and bright atan.1 tora.maDwhen: there> passedia: very
.!+ those if oiks called "the twigs.; There I unwritten laws, and the like,, drop words that'll make; Mister Webster thro!: the perilous.fight,1 ., i baftdome'.mUlnl'( j' -woman-,' wearing,+ ,
!: AI. more said every week In. the Win Jewelry byPinit: On'.1 into the discard. When a man is wonder.why heaver put In so much O'er The. ramparts we watched widow's wMd.-1Id. immediately ,myt
ter Park Poet regarding "twigs" --.1 killed he is murdered-and that. is time in making his lists and omit- were so !gallantly streaming?- 1 friend 'turnedw-'TUbber: . ,--*-1.. -'thank.I .:e'_
r than < about anything else; eonsfj I Stray buckles by Jimmle the simplest way out. ting so much of the real stuff. You And the' rockets'red glare-the bombebursting yo\1.. .'- -
e quently there must ,bemore : '* bet they do IJh-huh.. Yassum.x in air, I, '..q. J; "
r" *. .* Scenario by Limb-er Foote More Particulars Deaired. # *" Gave proof throe the night that our I Wonder papers -
;r.. .tIt q pen A For Argument Classified ad in Punta Gorda Her- Pardon, Fully Granted flag was still there. 1 Various ,-in 'a.raI-porU d,'
t:' J Queries. th., Arcadia News; Decorations by Will Painter aid Says the Eau Gallie Record: Oh, say doe that star-spangled. band of the state ,are "congratulating"their I
6 V: '' Do you know that there LOST-Gold mesh bag,' Brother Thorn,of The Klssimmee ner yet wave ,senators and representatives' .d'
are 676,000,000 Christians in Substitutes by Simon Makemwar containing postoffi and .a Gazette, threatens O'er the land of the free and. the for non' voting*,In favor of ,spending'";M- '
. ,. the world? I house key, somewhtre' between to'jump on us about not givIng 1 home of the.brave? a 'quarter:'of, a 'mIWOD"doDan 'ffor*
Noaair, I dont: do you? Take the Costumes by W. E. L. Dresser, Punta Gorda and Ar. proper credit for articles vulcanising and.fxing'np the stats*/
, Vord?.In its fullest cense-precisely I -" cadia.I .' from his paper. We apologize Then comes the second verse. house at TaUaha..... From the; various ,
l' Avhat Jt means--and study,it out. It Electric Devices by 0 U. Watt dori't--- aTe anything about the but ft. was through errors About two-third will know 'balt of "credits" given I don't see how' ,.
i' is safe to say that of the number' house I wish the gold- that proper credit was it-the balance will shimmy 'round there were enough vote to'eany'tM.
f' given,>the last three cyphers'may be Moon Effects by G. Moon Shine mesh bag-but, I have a hunch that not ghee? Anything rather and make a strike every now and I bill. Someone''must .hare -.ote4..for. ,
, '" dropped off-and then the figures the poetoffice lost was the ,one that than being "stuck" by the then. When the third verse get to it, sure enough., 'Wonder: who ".they,*.' I
will be in excess of being correct. Eyebrows by I. Archem was ship to Kissimmee and miss Florida "Thorn." running erlong'on high there will-be ,..ere!. .' c" :, !
I sent, mails. This city ha a The fact is I didn't threaten. I about .three-fourths of the men atop ,
1 His Master's Vice Scandals by U Tellnm' site, f'r the thing-and the finder of merely asserted that if the thing to their' throats," or cough, or Th. Loaf ''And Short.Of It .' ,
i .4' Says the Gainesville News: the lost goods will receive a larger happened with too great frequencyI to blow their nose, or something like Did 'you sever notice the'differenee f"', it
I don't care in. what sense. Furniture by Kitebe N. Needs reward T>y shipping the poetof floe was going over to .Oh, Galley and that-and barely come under the in size of the:'colored pullmaa porter'" -
,, the term is used, I don't like portion of the find direct to Kissim take 'that newspaperman's .seven pole on the last line. The fialtstanzain -thosefellowat. ,"x wh i .make np i the f'- '
". mee. Amen. thousand dollar car away from him. Is shelf-beds t It to me.hecornpant ) r
't to read somewhere that a Lightning by Thunder, Clapp haw minor by silly simps and teems -
woman has been made a That was. all. I thank you., usually sounds like this: 'should bites' gang'of equal :.
4 "vicechairman"ThornL__ Direction of W. E. Bossem Distinction Without Difference * size to tlo the work' One trip between '. fit
in Kissimmee Valley Ga -' Says the Eau Gallic Record: Yea, When Did They .Oh, mum, mum-be-mum: me vmpum Denver; and Chicago w* had a porter Iso +
+' ., zette. We move that the Management of Ino Howe The Klssimtnee Gazette Says the Cleveland Plaindealer: sum dum tall that,he had to kneel in, order "' ,
vices be cut out of all wom remarks in the beading 'over A, Chicago minister says, Be ump par dab de ump-de uh-ha to make up-.the upper''-and von then, j.
t! an's bodice.Ocala Star.' If Phonographs by* Snappem Goode an article from the Record: that eU'", and ."damn" anpermissible da-ation. return trip we so, short that ../' '
4> -- all the "vices" were cut out "Eau, .Gallie yearns for the words when prop- Bam, bum, etabum uh huh-huh dar he had to take a tepladder td make' !
a., of some women's bodies .*" Automobiles by Henry Ford Melbourne Highway." This erly used. And theN i* more de dum dah '. op "the lower. Isn't ',it wonderful *,*
'" \'i'I t era would be some terribly is wrong. We only stated proper use for them in .Chicago Oh ho,. ho he-ho, ho pe-rn-na, lea- what a nice effect a little, shower"has" ; et>
v! . ; hacked carcasses.Let's Finale liy Goode Knight that the distance by ..Eau than,elsewhere, one imagines. tlon. vegetation. 7 ,' r
wipe\ off the slate and start Gallie ,was one mile and a ,. ., Then kar dar we mar lab, de dar-. '.' _. -, .* -of,-,
clean vonce (more. !There's no use in I don't in the least mind an em- half,.nearer, and we ADd then the,' Lakeland Star adds dar-de dab Where "Spikes" Are Ml- .,. " it into the 'wop e1lolk.-! brace""or" a kiss that runsinto the cut Into' the' highway at "You 'I c-.n. now., fellows. inever'eoulb Lo, Iar me mar-la-Ia bo Ja -har in- With' the. exception. of five Ml,., ,. 't''
for, don't you know, that :tor.evel'7'' forty or fifty feet-because. that is some future date. We don't see the object or gain 'In Jam I players 'In the Lakeland:"ballteam M f cha.
vice one of them has we .menfolk the way'1 make. 'em myself; but I'm want a thug! Melbourne has, swearings.but; when did "bell" or And the atar-epangled. banner. in triumph ..' beeirv)fined f or* dm sin_,' '...T ';
k savers half-dozen Of course you opptfsed tor?the'waatlnl' of so many not even >hsr school house' "damn become swearing If they .ahall (wave.-, eording to> thetpre ne w&.11f. ZIn D... , They may paint and powder feet. .of film in the history of ;:built by the county. what are 'termed swearwords :then I ..presume O'er the -land of I the free and. the mans manage,< and,, .Groh.fiel4"Cap-;b ''I
4 themselves as they will but. the the case.,, I giving care ,about, the we'want -suf-after.*nd ,that to ..sayrkeaven,**..or'"tetrffvinegar -' home of the brave. tat,:, have been fined 'lo5 and, $110 ..
?' sweet smiles and kisses;will elingttoem teatbrio j:. any"mo"'l* '\then don an Brother k Thorn,,' t1lt1"0 ,". ,or ,,i"gadsook,'.!. I '. rspeltt'hly:sndt: lndetln/teW.s ..
atill.ADIeu.And When doctor Oaceola eon ,.., : whatrIwant;! :( beUeEm.-.J'nthaakle'you-s' would 4nsand., all?come,.onderr! the I,.Ace ,I aid beferenrnrUnmediUMdon't ; : "' 1ha'l': ., :"' '}
,. : assert: lack of;;clothing't' \ must atop an4 i.1 thal.ll my ; havetto the *** 1\ V same .4 sad.. xThonshalt\ :not.Jta.k.tIS..uam.ux. have "strong belief,that, we :IHtUn'' -fD,':Ihat:4JeUutlona-- .. I IdrWdaIr
J f they.cut off an. inch at1. the bottom, addresses to the jury.;'I'll do my own If, yeara'U doesn't ntean'deste. the Lord;thy-.God" should all ,lean that, ong..and.tnot.: "if' Lt.rters.ndW: ."""'" ) ;/'
'J:. -.,and top. Hallelujah'f jit's tort to deciding**.All;; those favoring myseggeatiou'of hapJcer:afterJ-pine'. _. and allrthat,, vahtr -th..LordriI.IIhOtd.. hrmg Joggle'np;and-down,;.TOM'.',ftoytry/ cut oeVthe.. J a11 Ther hoes-jnan whoj.:*">j't.-** ,
4. .. take all. ,women Just as-you'find' em *', deletion' ,will please then iTm 'mixed: *??''onar the- cAaaestcaa lUees-i who. *takettui His ....-tn ing ftoiMkevev getawaywith k totaljneleanranaing ''': porPnt' 1 \
.I}: .f." ;'.-re rdlepa oiiwhab II tefore or. be- h0J4ap.4IJM o* two. band*. Go 4L.' :1' language> ;'in.daznetu glad! yon nbtI'.'And'tht.tosstevsrset cortntIa hrongn JBB .a...ethe -* Mp WeaA.lTis: lr-a-Bni ,.. : \fi 14,.'
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.' '*_ '.10< ,.,. .." ': Ever; ': ',d" I ENGAGED in the; dissenuaation: of news The Gazette is or" the ''opinion rnz&s Tn; aH portions of the state 'should bve' : regarding of-
-p.busaed ? Friday.By that all matterspertaining' to' the good or the ill 'of the 'public should be the overtures being made by advance agents -of the vaudeville companies; '
+u'' > 'nUsaimmee. Valley Gavotte" Company, lUsssmmee: , HeridaW. told through the columns of tieHnpaperswithout. abuse, bias. ''or narrowness which, .traveling tinder the.,guise:; bf:chautauquM.." ,are'endeavoring, to iey t .. '
:; B.,, Harris,'.President. ; G .Vasu, Agmnt, Secretary' of detail--regardless 'of' upon whom the! approval or the condemnatio- cure bonuses-0' .plede.'from every Available source. The Agents,, usually .

. W.' L., Thorndyke: Editor I rosy rest. The actions .of school boards, of county boards; of city board. women who are'very clever and fU.V., put tip a hard-luck'-story as to why], ;. .
;, Salle tlptloa' Rata: : .... of all courts, of all state, oun'ty. and city boards and bodies of, various the vaudeville companies have to have-,a guarantee before honoring, the;, ?
One Copy, One .. ..--,,., MMtj! ,.fc.|a-....Jt;.r .--.-..--........i2.0. kinds, are :matters in which the tax-payers are interested; it is by the pub- 'community 'with 'their presence+although ,the motion-picture house, the CJN:;; ,
r One Copy Six :Months.:.. ......_..e*..:; -.*.v*_..........._...__.,.__. lic the support .f all these institutions is contributed! -and< it' is to the :public c'js. the minstrel show or, any other like entertainment.vnever'gets: \, a guar-:.; s, '.
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One- Copy, Three r.--. -- ---- that full and complete information should be furnished.! "When..a publication ante for giving 'performance.. Possibly; in Florida ten percen't'of the; ,j .i. 't
. .. ... .. 1m remains silent of 'a = of what .that have endured''a'' "chautauqua" have come through without a"- 'i\
j # > .r.d at the Po l fnc at Kl lmm Florida cond-cl matter.) upon a matter public wrong-no matter places
ecmnmnlcatlon. .xo pt from our anthorlatd IM that injustice jnay consist-the paper that suppresses what the'people are irect loss! but'the'other ninety percent havee lOst;, and it Will take a,.lirgc;;'i|
-All. - '.I.......4 IIr tile writer. .. entitled to know is unfair to its patrons, the-entire people and to itself. amount of wire-pulling, to get those ,.loaiD.. cities. and towns again in th 'toi...: ,
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't. Ii.3 ct",..teitt.r will net- .' returned nnle calla for. '' '
More :than one hundred years .ago Robert Hall a B.ptiit''mini.ter tncngland /
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3"tS,( | THE_ AMEJUCANPRE39. ASSOCIATION ) > *' H is surely'just that everyone should have a right to';'eumne.,
those, measures by-'whicJ ', the'happiness of all ,'may be :Affected.
}/i' FRIDAY, JULY I,_1921 The.;control of the public! mind, 'exerted":: through the."medium. '.of, SIPEClALl\
,the press,''has been regarded by writers both in our' coun,' A SATPRDAy
T : \,. 1" .HOW :ABpJr/ACOMPLETE: COUNTY''.AUDIT? try and on the-continent as.; the main'it upport 'of 'our liberalibei' ?. ,

. While ,this, remains "Ye cannot be enslaved: .when"'it':is impaired '1
tf,, WOULD the county\,commissioners actually consider it a' big' waste' of' "
/. or diminished we shall soon cease to1 be free )
'money, : to have complete ..udit'"of' lbe' b001- of the county-all of them-- What Mr. Hall 'said at'that .time is very"apt at the ,present tim:; hepeoplp .ToMoRRow (SATURDAY) WEWILL- MAKE A t' ,
'' madeat this' time?. Tho', present board of commissioners had yet eighteen ON'ALL '.
"should have, a right' to examine those measures ''by which the happiness SPECIAL, PRICE FRAMES l IN STOCK ,
,months ill which to serve the people-ind it might be considered an advantageif -of all may be affected." And. in many cases, that examination can '
r it 'could have"a slate that was perfectly clean and clear with which be made only through the columns of the 'press which is unbiased That INCLUDED. IN THIS SALE WILLJ5E ;. .

to start.. Just how long 'it h'as been stnee-a-complete w..- taken has is why'.The Gazette determined, in make :
Js '0.far .as it lies to public. .the -
3; not been-learned; but'it has been-stated by-some people that .the' last time proceedings of official bodies.There has been .frequently expressed the / Twealy-hve"14z20: 1 Oval FranesWilh: Convex Glass t-

the project was undertaken the auditor, "threw up the proposition. because, of belief that because a is 'given'any body of men. that
At ,least that is the given. paper WHICH WE WILL ''SElL AT \ ."complexity.' reason that the publication must 'truckle" to the whims and vagaries of the men ,
An audit will cost a large sum of money. The last' one that Palm ; in a public capacity. Nothing can be' farther from the fact. A reliable

;I .,..;.. Beach' county had cost in neighborhood' of thirteen ,hundred dollars- :newspaper whether a daily, or a. weekly, is worth thousands of dollarsto ." $3 to' $4 Each -J' 1'
but when'It' was completed by the beat''auditor in the'state-at least the the city and "thecounty jn.which.it_ .is.published; and-a, real -
; newspaperman KTssunmee
.... people of the county consider him !the__best! give realizes that the'moment ,.it, throws the plaster of paoificationover Agents gave. been selling to people frames greatly inferior !
I 'the'public. 'Thltre-wa.-.110 something to give the clerk 'mighty'goo4 start' questionable actions { jnopient'the influence ofthe paper .commences to to these prices ranging from six dollars to fifteen dollars 1t.
4 on';a clean ..late. It was a'paying investment. .vane. Consequently,that(rely because publication is what it is commonly .
a T If it should be deemed beat to have "something of this .sort done, the termed the "official paper" is no sign that it will sink its personality by BUY AT HOME! :
audit should back far enough to data.about the $35,000 $40- c..
: secure .
h ; go mis-statements or glossing over irregularities. .
N If you ned kind of a frame don't forget "to 1 1f
is ,.1 000 that was paid for overhaul on the cross-state road against the adviceof To: again quote from .Robert Hall: | ny ,
,, the county attorney. It should take in'the.- matter of the bonds voted The capital advantage an enlightened people enjoy,
most can
for!the building the thoroughfare, and learn where all the money went. is the liberty of discussing every subject which can fall within the CALL SATURDAY.-AT WILDER'S STUDIO i i't-
't Some .wicked people have the temerity t'o say that plans were made lo compass of the human mirid. While this remains, freedom will ;
place as poor quality of paving on that road as would "get by.*' and, they flourish; but should it be lost or impaired its principles will neitherbe ,

add 'some folks who had no money when the building of the road commenced well understood nor long retained. To render the magistratea _,__u ___ __- __ _ _,- - ____ _- -_ _:. __ .
: retired in comfortable circumstancjC Others most cruelly. pr
very man of truth and engage' his authority in the suppression of
sert that there were considerable sums equ.ndered.nd that those sumswentinto pinions, shows Inattention ,to the design and nature of political -
the pockets of those whp really knew no more about building a society. '
road'than. a hen know. about playing a graphonola.. .It.w*. along '"> the early seventys that Carl Schurz, "that wonderfulpolitician : ;
s, p And to dispel IOme of there awfa1--*Hrsean things that are being, and of Missouri said in a speech: Osceola-Hardware Co.Kissimmec's o.I:

;r . .have.been for a lone time said about the proposition it would seem that if The times-demand an uprising of honest citizens to sweep -
4 1" an'; auditor could 'be secured to start back at the' time of the last audit and from power the men who would. prostitute the name of aa honored . ,
romV right down to the present time there could be obtained some facts party for selfish interests.It r rav
I' and. figures which would be extremely interesting. Of course it might be but Busiest Corner
requires a slight change in phraseology)' to render that same
1ti .styled by 9me' as a "reckless expenditure of the public funds. Everyone declaration one that fits cleverly into conditions of the present day. Too
..will,realize that They also realize.that it would Be impossible or practically long oh people, have shady transactions regarding public matters been
': so:'to'.get' back any of the money from those who had grafted-just as it carried on; too steadily, oh, tax-payers, have there been'' those totally unworthy -
>< has been impossible to get back from the bonding companies the amount that sucking the public If'
of the minor officials of the have been .hortl' ut.there would pap. Announcement to Our Trade
some county :
"'! Let us put a stop! to this sort of practice. It is not good for the county .
y' be, .a sincere desire upon the part of the public' to learn all these details.There -for the cities located therein! -for the general] public. Let us not get
J is no 'coubt the commissioners would like to have a. complete f of Ihe disloyal profiteers who, during the demandful days of
..;. 'record-of-ilf-6nuteiil tnnsactioniT of the board TW some back. If
; years the late war took .advantage' of the necessities of the dread days and wor- cOo
the board starts in with a' dean bill of health it will be easier for each riful nights, and proceeded to "skin the people." There is need 'only for
member to avoid the snares and pitfalls which have in" the past assailed tlean"action, -compensation, and perfect performance: that is all. It m
tremulous feet and timid hands and snow-white consciences. Some of the viII be then that Osceola' county can stand waving a banner of Progress It js well known that in IKe last few years many changes have '.

'members of the present administration would like to know just how all that that will scintillate afar' off-and her name will be high in the honor roll. come to the mercantile business. Conditions never before known
bond-money voted for improvement of roads in the Kenansville di.trict.wa.. '
...... have been encountered. The Great War disrupted the of 't
,spent-; and so little showing of betterment brought about. The present CANDID EXPRESSIONS AID A NEWSPAPER commerce
commissioner: from that district has said he cannot understand many of the '" 11 the whole world. In addition to this the people of Kissimmee and "
i actions concerning that road -and he, has asserted and said he was ready ,
THE Gazette feels" the
deeply unanimous of
gratified over expressions with loss from which
vicinity met a staggering a year ago, they are
his claim., that he could do'far' better with half the amount that
.to prove congratulations received issue of last week--aad the growth of snbscriptioas .
dispensedthanwasaccomplishedwith: -the-entire-issue.--, has*also-been-pleasing, 'n'-readiD-pa&UC1'eWH-that-it... the ; ; now rapidly recovering.. We, are. proud of the record. our community

::1' Probably the question of an audit depends wholly, upon the outlay duty of a newspaper to pnbKsh matters' which pertain to the good of the has made under these adverse circumstances..: ....
a> that would heeded and whether the commissioners. feel that the outlay people, and while The Gazette will by ae means invade the field of ",ellow'joaraaliml" ( it.
h c would be;approved by,the'tax-payers..' A. proper. and honest report can be '
; it thus
wiU..attempt'IO' probe questionable occurrences; opening Having carefully studied? the currents and cro currents of the
secured only"at a'cen.ider.ble'outlay> but sometime'such a report will be \
'q he'wny for a foil and complete explanation regarding the several matters.
found, absolutely necessary'if the promised growth of'the.county is to, be ;nice .a.course,will aid those. who may .lie under suspicion,.,as it will giveopportunity' local business world, we have decided. to -'make certain, changes to
demonstrated., If it j .hould )Ije .nec: nary that bonds. .were to'be voted for for those interested to reach the public- and the) public win. ; conform to" present' day business conditions Frond this time on'we 'l
iany.improvement the people would take tQ the project much better if there '
then be' the '
could be ran understanding as to ,the financial condition of. the co.nty-'and gainer. wish to do as..ft..arj cash business'. 'as, possible i but to those .to whom y< fl:t

1 '' f (improvements.vtsHatdispositionha'd,: :'"*.','venous>i V,: $V ,t ';, ,.... / ,BEAUTIFICATION. '!: : ATA. SLIGHT EXPENSE .,,/;';, !$w:; ',, t.' :: we extend the.'courtesy'? '''of an account it, is with the-understanding;f'f'k(i '
..that it is on a thirty day basis. We believe that this is the best arrangement :.t-q
; And It'' betterto, ." act. ."was at oqe time suggestedbySlsakespeare A ATTENTION 'of the county commissioners' if i 'called 'to the fact that
i .. : ,_ .." all highways in the county could be improved arB slight cost by the settingout that can\:be made, both for our customers afuj ourselves._ 4
I" ,... .'I. '11..I.1Were..uu.uaw; .t 'b'''twerp.,done, of trees of some selected variety; or of various varieties: while roads ;
1 ..., '7h.n'"tweJ1t.'well' . '!were. done. quickly.. were being constructed or improved in any manner. 1 We wish'at this time to express our great appreciation of the
V Those who have travelled in Spain have been impressed by the cherry
+ SKIRTS excellent patronage given us- by the people of this community andwe
trees that are growing in all luxuriousness along every highway in that
country. Years ago these were all seedlings, and it is said th.t.the, plan will conduct our store in the most liberal manner consistent' t'with
i THE. Cu tt. b i very glad te print this week a communication, seoanty came about in this wise; some pedestrian upon leaving a.,town and seeking safe merchandising
..y' \I\F.' Bass, who last year held,the position of chairman of the beard of another had purchased a sack of cherries to eat along the way. Hardly r
,,. I.f commissioners from. whom a signature lad been procured to a two hid he commenced to eat them when the idea struck him and as he ate Respectfully .
w 't...... dollar document, a* he explains, through miarepresentation, by a each cherry he stepped to' the side of the road pressed a hole in the earth OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY.
man who seemed:to need the ."87. The Gazette. lace no fight with any with his heel dropped in the seed, kicked a little dirt. over it, and passed
}w :Jatli.Lhaal-a.: : ;enmity with any,person;' but thU paper reserves tie right ilong. / ,. bfrfrt Q.&frQQQQQ'Q Q'+44Q&44ttt"fr'tt"fr'fr'fr'fr'ft fl 0"0"0"0 1 M frfrfttfrfrfr>ft'0<>4.AAGOODMAN'S
to criticise-in. a.conservative way any acts ofpablieofGdals which may These stones took root and before long there were trees bearing fruit .

.but the people. or damage the?reputation .of the county. The explanation upon them.. Thefruit was free to ..those ,wh desired_ it-but_there were J __ .
Dy'Cesnnussioner'Bass la a 'cleaa,' honorable 'statement, and removes from lted-aloDgtlie-way-.ugge.tin, that ?those who eat the fruit should
Iuis' ; .,eriticisHi7wkickimigfct-stick to 'kirn from this iw uaad-doUar plant "
; a stone. The custom became universal. 'Then as science improvedin
,........ the culture, there were set put a better quality of fruit-and all of it j. GROCERY H

.... d (.. always free. 'f
: There' would The but little expense to.adopt some plan of beautifying ,
? <* .*. ,1 : i the with and be
highways of Osceola. county trees- fruiting trees might! considered -
:; '.; .PRACTICALLY: every paper i in America. has refused 4o print tile' the better. In any event if the highways, carried a line of trees /
'slac ker Ii.t**''th.t 'was'' formulated and sent out by the government-ostensibly & & & &
s. along each side-:-no matter what might be the variety selected--the county.
. because it., was ,known to. be inaccurate to,, a great extent. Thereare ould be the' better. 'The idea is well-worth remembering. .NEXT_TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ..
said to b!. tooo many':names: in that list that were placed there because

&Y\ :Informationgained: from someone 'who was unfriendly to the person SHOULD STICK TO RESOLUTION Successor to Goodman ,& Woodall \ ,

BT 0amed- d 'the' publicity, given 'some innocent' person.." might work a .gen .

i .oral 'and /..irritAti ,injury. AT aH meetings of-what finally'resulted in the Midway Ocean to Gulf THE ONLY CHANGE ABOUT THE PLACE .
How i t much better and more to the point would it be, 'provided the Zrosa-State. Association it was the concensus of opinion that the county ef IS THE SLIGHT CHANGE OF NAME -
:f';:, government had a sum',of money to throw away by keeping a .mess of clerks Osceola .should not construct the road providing the- work all fell on this I:.

fl';' busy?!to''collect a !list! of those firm's'companies: corporations/and, ,'coprbinaan' county-through any contract; but ;that the county should, after seeming
tions .as well private vldu.ll--who took advantage of the neceSlI- MOST PEOPLE' hereabouts know the' high
; as ; <>Dvict aid not the perfection of the highway' under a competent: man, nn-
'tip of the government and ncresTsed the prices of their services and goods der the supervision the state engineer,"do away with all middle quality of the foodstuffs we sell. It tickles !
fi i,1 to, fabulous figures? Such 'a list would be well worth the printing but it men. WaD this, plan .be adhered to? : their appetites seven days in the week. But
} 'would hit l a heap cof'hucksters who have since become very 'wealthy.' do we feed you) Is your appetite being .
1ft. (Why; an..and: _bacon, .harness; and hash pills and peas.cartridgesand MICROBE OF MEMORY MAY STILL HAUNT HIM tickled by the best groceries to be found inthis' )..v.
eofee'corned beef and. candy, succotash and.sardines, and everything town-

(ft* .thatwasneededfor, the fighting forces should have been offered the government SINCE the campaign of J 1896 William Jennings Bryan has been all We invite you to give our store a trial. We .

,". Competitive> bids-'at' three' times, the prices that previous:quotations dressed up'with nowhere to'10. He is a smart man-the democratic party, have tan abiding faith that a trial will make .
: ,..'.. hadbeenmade'is, : what'would interest the people far more:than seeing or whichever party he Belong to at this time has none brighter; but you a permanent customer. t
At list of slackers'who Have been correlated. J i Quality and price everything to the _
I 'a, may or'may not correctly time he enters a'' race his mount proves to be a .ingl..footer-.nd Bill is mean
'The eighteen, dollar a Week blacksmiths whose wage went to sixty and even left at the post Now'' he has moved to Miami, and has announced that .buyer, and you get satisfaction in both' at ; ; <4

i" (', .moredollars'a'Week and the .three-dollar-a-day carpenter who'went, to ten henceforth' he is to cling to Florida as the state of his'' adopt on.,? It jnay J be>> this store. ." '.
1 r ;:('and twelvedofarsthese are others-whose flames would be far more'in- that he will takea, sensible standupon some subject and snake'gggd. He '
.\ than the slackers';list, ,How.didthey get that ways Whdwairesponuble would ertainly make :a 'De 'pme warden for*the whole state-For"once OUR GOODS ALWAYS GOOD ,
? 'The man''who"wai.riontracting: on a percentage. bsis- who ..
t ii ;realized the' more he paid his men the greater would be. his rake-off; These, : started.,behaa' the., ,ability", to travel- tome. .. OUR SERVICE ALWAYS::SERVES, .,' ,

" .- and nllhousand or, more queries along the 'same' line: could Jje 'ascertained /,p TllATS WHERE TRUE. ,;PLEASURE. UES. ..
: "f: by tb.'goveynment-and _a decidedly interesting tale could'be;{ .al.ied- .,: :' "3 i. : '-\0 L'rUNTIL'tlebwaman - '- '
... ,f"j. the ; dared.', '*; ' "."' '' ,. eat: in "the eon.6y"m and visits.the
.. ..: .if -government. , ? .,* V"X, <- gets .away r\i\
',' ; ... : ., ..... of ki*"#friends'he, kardr/ realm**.'wkat ..xouisiteness a ;CQOdrnan'r '
. ::7' ,THE EXPENSE. .PROVES iA. : STRONG- OBJECTION v ;:rI -;, -I'T&drin; hosed tress and find at the 1oana.-.' ad s ;
s-j,I & .' ,., ',...* .. ''. ., l' ab.e.dut'Js's.: different fnai.,:....;wu .expedeo. -...... the I.aIat.c> .
; fJ.1 . 'sVsutd* and knshandless. ).wivea.wenld. bt far greater than at the. psieyttrY4rasa tnnsa--......tM''tablebt'Lathg" thing f.... 'on Ae farm thatb'iwesVeared :: 'rllllms. .",',, . .. ..
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ITEM.or WEEK ford.. The Vulcanizer.. Mfc< fords ,in .fresh fancy! and family TENDERS AN EXPLANATION NoTth'FRoMt:$ CLOUD :. -the band play,.suicided by shooting -
i ) A' I .-. The regular meeting of the city. i icouncW' groceries: also hay,; grain etc. We ,.- himself! through the head..
will fa d"next'Tundq deliver. Thone 12. Waters & Car- .- '
Plant t
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*. > : : "City t '$20VOOO in
evening. ion' Grocery. Company. . r \fayor C.r(? Pike is slowly recovering
*take year tire troubles 'to, AMord. Jj' I Mr and Mrs. C. W. Breaker''" left County Commissioner:: A.; F.1'Bass, .from his severe'Illness. thetha, sum of bonds already issued'
F. The Vweal ser; 2 -tfc Bad debt collected or Wines,. Result on Wednesday .lor' their home In who wag'chairman of the board' 'las E. P. .Jones returned >Thursday for the improvement' of ,city streets.,
guaranteed. J; M. district [ has This mak.a ,a total of,!f60ooo) 'whleb '
Several pleasing showers this' Clearwate.-ftr a week's visit in year, tendered the following from his to Pennsylvania.' a ;
west line very helped, to the manager. 15-tfe. toraimmee with Mr. and Mrs. J. 'M. statement regarding the signing of Mrs. Lou ndrix left on Monday will be Immediately'' available. for ... 3
slant and improve yegetaUea.keep.down ''Mr sad Mr*. George P. Garrett : Cooper and Mr. and Mrs., H. M. the, document thousand to the mat to spend the summer in C iicago.l and' that purpose. .
h arrived in Kissimmee from their extended Breaker. -Mrs. Breaker brought her ter' of the two dollar trade Cleveland. ,? '' 1 Ted'"brake: Oeala aged 'thir-'
home jef
ooke4 chlckei
Same good Friday_ ad : P. E. VanCleve of Orovilla..' Call.fornla. .
wedding on
trip icier Eva May Cooper back to Kitvimmee acceptance lInt ,,
teen Shoo for the time
} dinner every Sunday. 'Nuff sed' home il their handsome residence ," following a month's -visit in "To The Tax-payer of Osceola has been in Saint Cloud looking ting i made record 'of at
Electric'Cafe!: ? 20-tf at 222 ,Main street Clearwater. county in regard to the two thousand 'Star his holdings in this vicinity. a<
: '*Aern: O., !hur8dil' June '23., to New Florida syrupmade.'ln: 'May,I and dollar trade acceptance I signed for. P. V. L. Purdy who has- been in fourteen hits in!' 1Ifteen chances. 'Because r
Mr. Mrs. George W. Persons of this extraordinary feat the'
:Mr. and Mrs:; Croxton, 318 Claud F. Johnson: ., New York has. arrived back home., ,
11.15 gallon ia fine. Tryaters of<
'. per together with Mrs. S. F. Schwinn, .boy was ,'mad an honorary member.
. Maple a t4n-pqund daughter "I want the.public to know just L. U.
avenue : it. A Canon Grocery Oom- Zimmerman who has'beenon "'
sister of : 'of' lb.
Savannah Mrs. Persons Oeala.Gun Club. ,
'RMr. W. H. Coleman was called to I pan,.. ** will leave how this happened."Mr. 'the sick-list is" now able to. be .. : .,.,
Sunday for to :-
: on Daytona "
Oeala on Tuesday npbtt matters of I In concluding a letter recently received spend the Fo.urth. Mr. Persons gill Johnson stopped me .. I wa outofdoors.K. J. ''F.-' Ange, president' of the) Bank
; business and returned \ driving along the inmy' car- and .' I. King' and son, of Fort Pierce ,,
private yesterday from J. D. White, of Rich- return the following 'day but the of Orange and Trust Company, of.
; of asked me to sign this' trade accep were business visitors'! to.Saint CloudOn'Tuesday. Orlando, and other wealthy capitalists .
wood. Ohio the writer says: "Hero balance the party expects to remain "
tance. He said the would l
count : .
. W. all of the best brands of in have agreed'' to erect a million-'
carry are beet wishes for Kissimme*-the Daytona for at ,least a- couple hire
" t *tr fyee-Including' Chase A.'Sanbornfliite beat city in Florida. of weeks owe over two thousand doll.rafor Rev. and Mrs.'William Land'and dollar hotel as quickly as thei' Orlando
work for the 1920. I
year though Mrs. W. L. Fennimore autoed 'to-
\ Hoise and HalL Chamber, Commerce: will relinquish
Splendid'eotr' BarringtoQ at 20c the GUESS the number of. vibes of John Dl: Neid son of Charles Neid the clerk of .the court had drawn up Formosa on' Monday to visit Mr. Its leas..' : this,
pound.. Waters A Carson Grocer sou pget the pyramid; la our window who owns the medical well near this the paper and had given Mi Fennimore who is ill In a hospital., hotel is finished and 4 .OOOOOO
*. and 100 cakes of Octagon soap city left Kissimmee on Wednesday Johnson to bring to me ,to .sign .s 'The Marine Pharmacy is moving to the San- Juan is completedOrlando
<3 annex t
mpanyv for extended visit his II-
Palace an to old home
frtTa710t', Grocery.29.1e chairman of the board. from the corner of Pennsylvania! '
will have two fine'hotel. "/
? .Mrs. R.' G. Allen and Mrs J. P. in Minnesota. <
: Sleepy Eye Mr. Neld "I asked Mr. the paper j Martin of. Nashville, are guests of The concerts given on Brack street I has recently graduated from Saint' was all right, Johnson it was perfectly new location in. the Bleech building. Arthur' ,B.: 'jBrowny 1 well-known-: i
.tie son of Mrs Allen, .G. C. Allen each evening by group of young men Leo college with honors-but at this. ali ri ght I took.his 'word'for corner Pennsylvania avenue and throughout ,th.! state/ died at his'
and family of 120 .Brack street. with excellent' voices; accompanied by time has not made up his mind as It-...s I could not read it,,over with I Tenth street home in Fort Pierce on' Monday! Deceased '

. '..?. Miss Opal Lee Bdloch. terminating a guitar are highly appreciated by to the profession he will adopt. out my glasses. I knew we' were glv I Mr. and Mrs. 'P.,A:? Armor of Un I. 'for soma years conducted,".. .
I a pleasant-visit with Misses the residents of- that section of the Practically! all stores in Klsshnmee lug' him work for his paper and we ionyile.! 'Ohio. have, arrived and have weekly, paper, in. Fort-Pierce,' erred'
Maggie Mae and Leila McCranie city.;:;: will remain closed all of Monday had given these trade acceptance ,purchased propert,.' They expect to a term! a. postmaster and hu'fill.d''' ,,:
.' Ieft.fon.li0r .home in ... -.on'Wednesday. Full weight aDd"meuure and c6nr -to., allow amore complete.celebration .. before? BO, thinking he.would make Saint-Cloud. r their permanent I the post of-Grand-Master the_OddFellows .J
1 .- teoua attention te an customers is of the day. Some' of the. establishments to pull anything over me, .I signed home.' Mrs. Armor Is-sister of Mrs. of Florida.. .*' "- i.
Try the Sanitary Dairy: Company our'' motto. We appreciate your will remain open a few the paper.: Sarah McLanghlin. . v l'," :
fair anything and .everything' in :the trade. 'Waters A --Carsont: Grocery hours in the morning while In ether "I want to state that as a taxpayer Mr. and Mrs. Joe Phlpps, of Kls- ' RAiSlH. dairy line. Deliveries from 7:80 to Company. cases those connected with the shops and a commissioner I will not simmes were Saint Cloud visitors on
,.00 a. m, and from 6(00 to '6:00 p who will leave early Sunday morning for vote in favor of the county's paying Sunday. ,Improving'. a"clall') herd ,,can be
Phone Lee Eogers' residence. Carson Farmer, has been in various points in order to put in two anything that is not legal. Mrs Wood and Mrs. Sarah Coxwere done most economically: by raising* ,
; 17-tfc the insurance business in Orlando, full days in ebratin'." "In The Gazette of week 1 It Kissimmee visitors on' Satur heifer calves. from,,the .best;' producing . 't

t ..1._ __ ._.... __ ___ __ ________ ____ has city,disposed and win of henceforth his, holdings- in that histime'and The Mineral Water at Fish Lab was stated that Wr.' Johnson, sale day.. cows" This'provided a suitable bull is.. .e.
n used. 'Ii
N -devote Park has been given 'free to all applicants ' last October that 'he had the county W. I. Farmer and family of Carolina because 'the purchase.of
I energies to his business in who desired to carry it commissioners under his thumbs I Station were Saint Cloud visitors good dairy cows ,as a' reasonable,,:' "
this city. away. Commencing Friday July 1, want to say that Mr,' Johnson, nor' 'on Tuesday. price la almost impossible.' "
Mrs. C. L. Hyatt, who has for there will be a small charge_made, any other man, _does not", .Thereis-.beingorganlxedtar: "fine -j--Tha'man-who r ar.' gooddalrr- M
b long been a resident of Kissimmee, for- the water that-ls taken away .- ".has had, me under his thumb brass band-and already' there are vow does not car to self,'but he I. r.I.
and-- .-.'-pnpetty-owner here, left on but it will be free to all patrons of' -and: .I am not under any obllgations some forty. young" men who are always willing 'to,, ,sell, the poorest::
RUNTHE ( Friday last to make an extended vis .the place--and to those 'who tall for ,to any' man for my work. as working for the try-outs.., From this COWL .When calves are, raised from
: 1 it. upon her sister In Macon. Her : a drink. A E. Fosdick owner. county commissioner., '''always use .list there.hooleS be''a splendid musical. the best producers one can feel sure-
s absence will be regretted by her 8-tfc my own judgment and never 1 Jet .aggregation selected: which' an- of having a fairly.good cow,and at. ( .
many friends. anyone influence me in voting upon der tutorship, will be' minimum, cost, according: to Profssor'
Mrs. finie. proper
Arenburg who'may be .
J..J'lL Scott of theFlorida Ex
anything.' furnish ; ;
WANTED-Everyone who can to remembered the better by the winter visitors, as ,well u '
nameof *'
paint their houses, and make our city Miss Flrsie Overstreet one of the "I have been on the county *board 'the regular (residents who are' put periment Station.,, ".: '
attractive.. ,Painting,inside and out, teachers in the Kissimmee schools,1. fornearly; eleven years and) have ting up the money for the band STATISTICS 1. *
varnishing paperhanging etc.' Price now 'Ioeated at'Green'' Cove Springs.At done the best*I could for ,the taxpayers some fine music. by the time the next ILLITERACY <
, .:., ", .r TAYLOR, STORES. 'WILL are reasonable and werk is guaran the recent meeting of the Teach -'elf.;,the county. 1: have' never season opens ,All(, the musicians are SHOW.A.BROAD.RAIf6I. +
teed. Come on-now Is the time. ers' Association of Clay she received/ dollar from the county ,very ,enthusiastic over this 'new. : 'Anr: "'itUterate'deflned'Inl: : thlast ".'-,' "s,"
L. CLOSE 10:00!>> A. Jll JULY. Frank"A.' Pierce* Oakley Farm Kissimmee. was chairman of the ,commit, on that was not due me and that was proposition., Census Is a male or..female _,
; not right and legal aid no man can .
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resolutions-and her clever work Is tell I' h.... My record Is BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED"FROMOVERTHE ; years of'age.or" over who isoaslMto ,
me :
::1. In.1 Kissimmee there'are, at least noted throughout-the". ) lengthy open write either in English or any other
for the and I- trust
Lass"' six people who' will not leave the feeries.-. public to search STATE language. In Florida the percent ?
W8. Sell: It For that will understand the
.. county to' .pend the Fourth of July .T. M.Martinof'Gallaway, was"in circumstances everyone underwhich' signed A -' .,:, gaes of, illiterates' range from 2.. in, a
party picnicleerr' l '
at any-'of" the'much-advertised celebrations. Kissimmee early Monday morning- this papel'-for I signed! -it' .'with"'a Willljton i went from las"conntylo J8L4 ,1n..Jetrel'lOlL.count7. ,
This half-dozen Include the coming with a view to looking' up the clear conscience thinking It'was'all' ,day and Keys7ut.Thurs-, InO.eeola county the percent -,
50-60 Fresh Oregon (pruncs20 five county commissioners and' the matter of hogs. He is anxious to buy right and legal. .serte had,- tbe..WUliston a tiDe time.. Progress 'as-.. of illiterates Is 1.8 among the. ;a
clerk of the board. 'One sad'Insilent .
Fancy Peeled Peaches _.._ .30 at many as possible of those ready "The Bank of Orange and TinsCompany I occurred whites and.21 among the'negroes .1.
when of the ,
one .
making of '
4.8 reent.
There will be feature services held for immediate butchering- but stipulates an'average
has informed that Mr. .
1 ceded Raisins ..________ 23 at the ChristianlburchSaaday -.he-must- -have- -standard'bred Johnson';hawmade-settlement-1oTthn! "

Seedless Raisin _______ .30 morning, when the' pastor. Rev. W, stock This is one urgement that a (trade ,acceptance. TV .'
4ll ? V Need a Biscuit_______ .05 II. Coleman, will deliver,1;' an' especially good class of swine will always .fled (Signed) "A. F. BASS." .. 'I.' ,
; prepared sermon upon the theme: a ready marketand breeders J.r
Pillsbury Pancake Floor ___ .15 The Making' A Citiien." A gen should be active m bettering the ."THE HOME STRETCH" IS 1r

+ 8-Jb pail Lard Compound._ 1.00 .eral invitation is extended/ "" .d".. JULY FOURTH FEATURE

Dime Brand Milk ________ .15'v W. Iu Jackson! cashier of the Merchants Authorized b" the county comjnla-! '

Jail V. C. Milk___J___.. 12V &: Farmers Bank has-return- nloners-.the chairman of .the board, ?The Home Stretch," Douglas Mac-
- id from his brief vacation' in Winder, E. L. D. Overstreet, and the attorney Lean's- latest Paramount-Ince starring 4
Tall Carnation ______ J2 /gVan Georgia. With him came Mrs. Jack- For the board. Pat Johnston, left on :: vehicle has' been announced ns o ,
=-- Camps Tomato Soup.. .10 ion- and their- young daughter, .and Tuesday to meet :with.the-state road the feature attraction .at the Casino. ,____ _

F White. Sack Shorts ,__ ___,%.00) lie family plans to- their home<;. V,' ',> ; the belief ofMr.. Overstreet that While the story hinges on- the '
Good MixedCorn: .j-----: %.10 The Kleslmmeefboncert1Band'willleave } tinal' action will be taken as regardsthe gambling proclivities of a young( / $46,00 r'' h ty
Heavy Grain tF ...,._._ 2.45 at an early hour' on' Monday' Melbourne-Saint Cloud-Kisslm- horse-owner and his difficulties of .0. B. DETROIT .. : ,,a sow:

White Oats ,, 2.25urina for Fort Meade, where they are to mee cross-state road-and 'such aid freeing himself\ from the 'influences
'. Cow Chow3.25 furnish music for the various entertainments ... the state body can give this needed of the of Chance, "The
highway" will be tendered Home 'Stretch" is said to afford Mac- ,
i which that city will dffer at that ,' .
lb. 'pail Lard Compound.' .55 as attractions for the Fourth of July meeting Lean one of the most entertaining. If '
Small Blue Karo. Syrup.,.__.12V. celebration. G. R. Dayson of the Electric Cafe roles] of his popular career Not; only your salesmen ''spend unproductive time ,, ., .. '

', .. Small Red Karo _____12 leaving Kissimmee in a perfectly Its the production rich in comedy but *' .
Syrup / Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Linqueneld and -
wber it contains dramatic
I Small .,Alsga Syrup_::,___ .15 son, James, are today ".moving toKlsslnunee lan b condition and driving'on Monday a car that for wuearrylnA' Or situations and many thrilling gripping racing scenes,, going from prospect t. prospect,. becauseof ' '

nail _. __ .15 where Mr.: Liquefield has white have as well. Particularly notable are the
Y 2 : a ribbon must '
,'{, r. Kb Tall Milk_-_____-_ .10 leading accepted groceries-a position of that in one town of with the put' the wrong sort of .stuff,, in his scenes! of' speetacular'"of America's handicap staved slow transportation, It, Is money lost. ',, '>
gasoline tank somewhere the on one largest
Tall Pink Salmon _______12/, the expectation of .becoming a business way. Arriving at Orlando along his metropolitan tracks. If- .iI"'
$t.;; 2V2! 'Cab>. Table Peaches .30 partner later.-.Lakeland Star. commenced to shimmy, according to Slow transportation; 'robs them of part of ,t ': '
The Kissimmee ball' went to NOW COMES FINE SERIAL
'team spectators,- and, in spit of Mr.
;: 2Yi! Cala. 'Table' Apricots___ .30 Day-
Apopka yesterday afternoon to contest ,son's',best efforts-; thevmachine "DO OR DIE" AT CASINOA tJme''
essayed , their 't might l'be
'x': 2 pkgt Golden A Macaroni. ..15 with the club at that place, and to do a cheek-to-cheek ,with a, just as veil
I. ''1 I .l&r\ 4\ Ibs Best S. R. Flour...;,..129 arrangements have: been completed 'atronaIamppo.t.. After spending plunge of one hundred and
: 24 Ibs Pillsbury Beat.1.60 whereby the return gamewill belayed the': value of the car in repairs Mr. eighty feet from the walls of Morro turned> Into sales, -- ', .-1 .t. I -
ID'Kis lmmee next Thursday, .Dayson" is once more ..thom..., I' Castle, at Havana into the sea below ,, ", ,
IJf. 24 Ibs Listen's Perfection.. 1.40 afternoon. The fans say; "It. will be .The Monday evening dance-.which forms'one of the.startling stunts .' " '" "" '1":;
: 6/fHolls/ Toilet Paper, small. .25 s-o-m-e game!I" has become) a feature at Flab; Lake performed by'' Eddie Polo, in his latest j . .' ., .s, .
''Wl} 3 Rolls :Toilet Paper, large.. .25Arbuckli '_ Work has been in progress this I Park* will be postponed, thin coming serial, "Do or Die." Polo narrowly Ford ', j.
the'entire missed a sandbar In his dive. The Runabbut furnishes -' w'
week looking to razing of week until Tuesday'evening, when quick transportatlonat
: s Coffee! ____.... .25 I he' burned...portions'. of the plant lor.merJy' the Kissimmee Orchestra will be aerial recounts ,a graphic struggle .,. ... ;'. a
':". No....2 Tomatoes __________ .10 opera ed by the Tucker Pressed preaer t. Mr. Fosdick' b conducting i over buccaneers' buried treasure. the lowest '
.i ;.I' IT* (Last Call at. This Price) Brick Company-which. -was destroyed the e 'd nee. in a most orderly, way 'The first 'episode will be shown at possible cost ::8'/.
by fire on Sunday December and those attending. are _pleased. 'the Casino on Monday asa special / .
: ; r SATURDAY SPECIALS 12,and hat since stood an objection On Thursday evening .:wilt! have an 'holiday attraction and every Monday equipping your salesmen, with;:Ford
--r:: ; !0ibt; GrWdulated: 'Sugar.;._ ..8510fibsFancy fm-lately assembly at which square'dances will thereafter for fifteen 'w eka. .C ; cars,,

:''L 1'!;. rote ,49 be given and the "fiddle and-aticka" w. C. T. U. NOTES will them'
-:-.1 will play an important you enable to devote ner ten
Forming<< an ,,automobile picVhf.pat part in the ' r. :,
lbs Honduras Head Rice ..75parc6aea 'Winter Havn music rendered-as experts in that Klislmmee" '' : .' ''' '
.: ty ; Lake,.near The W. C. T.; U. met In :\:::
\: on /$nda7. were Misses Mary line have been engaged for that ev : session .. with -- I .. "
, Regular .t. Friday, ::0y toselllrig'goods: < '" ':' \
\ enin ; ..
: ;:' 'Tickets witfc' 25e ; Early Ethel Allen Mattie.Belle Harris A lower', rate .of admissionwill "Mrs. S. .B. Anltman, 'presiding, ,The .. ; '" \ "; r I
; every, .. be:'made for, this:special dance. ; 1"v'I.' tI '('\ ',
Lillian H. Blackwell..nd -
\ '; ,- Harris: P.' .members were -enthusiastic over'the r ." .,. .1' .\..' I. ..
. r ,. beaatifal 42-piecs Diaaer Set. .&' A.: Thomas.. BathiD&.and a '" \. .
EPWORTH revolts of. the previous work: and op- ", 1. '
LEAGUE ; '. : ; '
: ':.We CUM at;.10 a., ..:JaIr. fine luncheon were:among the) tiCnistic concerning future plans.-- The .
'I-* ''3i'r 1 : ports of the oeeaafODo <,i esp>: ",."" PiCNIC I AT,, HAMMOCK GROVE .civic department, .decided to plant ..". .r., ;t :rIM 14. .'oN sx,.." ., ,

-Up< too-tlds time:the near-arrival of ;Tha tb '1 Methodlst !white oleanders oa the_ highway : ," 'VI : ff ':
} the m1leh-ben.ldecleomet. 'Pons: We- .church moat JeaIiIDI'q.s.lnt Cloud.1''Every memo \ ; ; ; j; ; '
[E1AYLORSYSTEMA t held -a. enjoyable ... ..... '
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; m nlcke: ,..baa' been .! dismal' failure'so rpicnie: on- Tuesday 'at ':lIammoek IMsi of the W.' C.'.T. 'U.' is requested ?. : -" : Aj77i0h1IZEl1D1SAL6'lt( ; . 'it
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far as any display of meteorite and revs;, Games warn. played and to begin immediately. ( preparingle-, '' . '" ,
.. 'meteors has been concerned. 'No'un- ports Indulged In" and' a. On. luncheon ,ander,sflpa 'S07.'JaOADWAT.' .. KI58.UR.,FIA.A-
f ; 'If r ,RIS31MMEE. nsnaL display of 'Illumination of 'the : / V'BOTEB.-, ," ,. ... '. ... : 2
was given.7VThe ehapi << .i. ..... iA
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"< 'miBLt'FAcrS' ) ,SOME'BILLS1PAlD'BY THE'COMMISSIONERS received of the same tenor and the te4a:, which ,Md ,been;, ,:moft" ,carefully fsetectod '\ ," d

f. 't"'f m" ,iatectWdetX. .. Spr'en'; Poultry Sa.."".* .. ..i"1'. .. V f'COUNTY, Esbt'crlpttori.. (. growing from had done;/ big "service* 'to1).) '.> **
I Weayt;.pood*, ". ,Fair"Price" 4. '' ,Prompt,Shipment The. Bible. contain; 66 books- 1.189!* 'The tax "011--; rrpo.| ..t- "how'd'TIc ] those name who on ,the''unsolicited Hut .All 1 of desire which their U the organization, by Its work/ .,, { \'

Ask Your Neithber-He Know chapten, 31,173 verses 778,692 collected for license.. and tit roiThi THE' BAN ON THE; BANANA
E : words and 3,586,489 letter., Th* polls '. very pleasing .... :
Florida I .
CO. Jaek Tin .
'Eo O. PAINTER v couifly depository report show.t ,, -':" -- *
it '
the 35th'
shortest ,
is verse
,verse will 'Ii
One "acre of banana produce
't' Get Ma2OtIa"lt1., ; PriC LkU..'' Now: tarsisbiigr-IMON PURE" aid the 11 th1.chapter of 'Saint John;' the t I..d,fund the.IIII'.following'' I, l ;2lOeneral balances- )' Inarloui A PICTURE, THAT SETS ,' 17,000 pound 'of the cheap.. ,',t

; "GEM BRANDS" longest vWae is the 9th. verse of thee revenue _.__.. .. .- .3 1747.1i < THE BRAIN WHIRLING cst food in a year Aworld" well-' '1,
Jf <
Esther i Fln' and rorf ,lturA. __ _,._ 211741.11 '
8th: chapter of j Rued and Htidere _..__.__.__ 18076.19lard tlt'-k.; ;;; known philanthropist and '100 percent !
. '" surface road __ A picture one thinki.that the United Fruit'' . I'
... -- -.---- -- - "- -----' '--" -; -- ---'----- :- -- -- .71.01rrIok American,,
,. ;; ; I eradication810673: gripe attention from the' first
will Sell it' at 12e to 20e
Publicity '_ ___.:_ ._,. ___ 1113.111 reel 1 hold '-It. without, lirelk Company "
u a
T. e Fair fund ,-,-___.___________?_ 26111.:0 and a pound. That's whit, makes the:
till the final The'! Witch
''lIld warrants warrant) weiv or. banana peel so :lpper7Capp.) .1' :'
d.n d canceller from, the viirlouirunda inar Hour," a new Paramount pictur:!, Weekly. .s us' follows: Cadno'next s '
which the
<)en..rat revenue .._._ -,41.9.0." > conies' to \
Flin"' forfeiture ._?.-?_....._ t 20O 98Kond :Tuesday1, It .is a. smooth, even vehicle ONE-THLRD POPULATION r ';I
GoodnchTire Price Reduction find brldiro" _-...!,...,._-' tit* II' that puts, over powerfully th6 :.
{Tick eradication _.._._....?-*._ 1Z.00 message that thoughts 'are, actual\ OF FLORIDA.UNDER 15
Tim' follow Inir hills wer. examined,.
approved! and ordered paid; ,:forces.: It;. 1 is said to be very ,clever. According to the. 'census S3.4 percent \
C..ty one-third of the people 'in "'

I applies to all sixes J'f M It DOv HansrII ralr. eU commissioner comnilsnloner___ ,1000 ti.OflI ."SEALDSWEET" GRADING the ',state or of Florida are either in-'

3 H Wetherbee, commissioner. K).Ofl . '. WILL BE MADE TIGHTER fanta' or children under 15 years of,4, i ,;
A F Ilse 10 00 .
youths maidens
eommtestoner age; 9.5 percent are or ,
W (] MeOlelland\ 18.00I'
.1 I. Overstre-et, clerks_.______ 11800 New and considerable stricter'I 15 to 19.years old; 37.5 percent,,*
without reservation I'JohnUon'" -<) attorneys50.00 ading' requirements are to' be n I nearly two-fifth, are men and women :
f. i Milton I'lndtror, pioa. atty ___ 838 feature of the of the
i operation I in the prime of life, .being from
'udge.t__ .OO
T 'l Comer, inunly 21/* '
0 td' I. H Farmer, rare. or Jnll'h 12.60'J '[ Florida Citrus Exchange beginningwith 20 to 44.years old; while 19.4 per. .,(\
"" j B! Baas, Janitor _____T______ 115.00 ::[ next: : shipping season, accordingto i cent, being 45 years of age and over r' J' I
I t .. The name of Goodrich on a tire means W I. H I Wilson Barber, county vommlslons214.89 atcent____ 12500/ action taken by the board of. directors ' are well*along in middle life' if they

'"' uali M.I.......... I: 'at the regular monthly session have not reached old age.
-f. I I. ; just one thing ty. And that qualityis A M TJ Chaunoey------------- IB.00 ,, in Tampa. The board unanimously .The urban population I.i compared.

.. .. IC H Kenyon : : 15 OOMlsa ,, adopted a report. -aubmitted with thernrashawe rather
...' always the highest that can be produced. Lytlila T.---------------: 1000: some
,!, I-: Claude Sylvester....__________. 10.00 by a gradingcommittee: of association striking differences In age the per-
Mrs .BeulahWilliams, _________ _10,00 I managers, and _Jh.e l \vrittenrwom. ..20-to-.44.year'-ofJage.Jjeingi ,
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;t--1. ... __.____.__ \
' Each fire Is specially designed for the .1 i H HI Smith -- 10 00M mendatlons were supplemented by to
service for the urban population'compared
48.5 mm
L !Stanley! _.-..__.+'_-.______. 1O.o/
' ; it Bertha \yon __n_._______- LeO I verbal statement'. irpm Chairman with 34 for the rural while7
must deliver. Goodrich Fabrics, in Todo Peterson -_-__.-,_-__--_ 800 'Carr. the percentage under 15 year of age ,
'i. the sizes have established themselves' Mrs M Bronaon _..______-.-_. 8.00 Under the new grading: all fruit 1 18 27.5 In' the urban population as ,
,, r popular Samuel Montsdoca __..,______.. 8.00
Frank Evans -_......... B 0azette shipped under the "bealdsweet"trademark against 86.7 In the rural. These 'dlf-, :t1I
as unusual values from, the standpoint Valley ( legal ada ____- 40.nol will be uniform' as to ferences may indicate larger -families V
L ? l n A Hans, farm work.___ 1X60 I
pour the differences to
quality being
as ,of childrenInthe country than in
Water and Vent28.40
ti Q' I PI of real.eeonomyISilvertowkCon1srh C I* Handy commission _u___ 114.2GOseeola color only. Fruit "Seald- the city but probably indicates aJa9a -! -

in their 'class have always held first placein Hardware. Co supplies 1.61i sweet" will be graded as '"bright,", the fact that country children, aW
C Co., feed16.58 "
Bryan cow
{ "goldens" and "russets,, with pro- they grow..uP. have a tendency to
L It Farmer amount paid for
I the esteem of motorists, not only be- work on courthouao yard___ 10.00'C vision for a higher fancy grade, and flock to the cities: thereby'
I. Bandy comml..lons192.90 must be smooth of skin and of good the active adult population of the

t : t cause of; their symmetrical perfection of Wenner Phone rent" Hawyer.county aupplles agent---__._.._ 14 8.60.70 contour, with full weight. All fruit cities at the expanse: of the rural ,.

finish but furthermore reason of their .."..It" 4'.--... My.l.J. not meeting.these requirements must districts .,
I e __ q- ; by R Farmer ___ ____________ 1000 be packed as fourth grade, under the i A little ,over one-half' of the population '1'

!long life! complete dependability and satisfactory j T II L.H Uelnror Comer _._.___*_________u______-______ 2 241.OuK usual fourth grade brands, but must 55.4 percent, are old enoughto I
erbyshlre ___ .._:.i------- 800 not bear the trademark of "Seald- vote. being 21 or over; and in 1>
, ,",, ';; perfonnJnc J J. Bronson _--__n.______--____ 1.00 sweet," nor the signature trademarkof this claim the men outnumber thee .i
O i IsiaaaJtr Caae-g. .lio.. the Florida Citrus Exchange. In
L R Farmer 10 IK women in the ratio of 110 to 100.
4 i Your dealer will supply you at these fair T U Comer ..---u-------r____ ._--____ :___-.- t.OOB supporting the report of the committee The males of military or fighting
Derbyshire 800 Business Manager C. E. Stewart
unnnn age, 18 to 44, constitute 40 percentof I
y prices: H H 8 Brlnaon Oelfrer" .un.u'-_.___ ____ 2.00 80 gave it as his opinion that the new the male population and 20.4 percent I

T L Comer .__ ___unu____un.n 3.4S, grading should bring a profit of several of the total population.
0 1W "a '. W C .Foster Co., refund on* tax hundred thousand dollars each
;1 SILVERTOWN CORDS certificate ____:______ 1.'SWat..r of
n. year to exchange growers President The Classified Column Theme t
and Light Plant________ IS.80
Elliot Fisher Co. repair. to J. H. Ross said he felt this commit-(Saaette give splendid! service. J '

k 518 TR.d TUBES machine tax assessor.86.01 :4- I

Flemmlnir A Son, mule feed._ 40.5tI . . . . . . . . . - -
'y 1 ) A Bass manager. poorfarm_. SB.00
' 30x3J .50 2.55
1) A Basa feeding" paupers.--- 34 SO
f W B Maklnson Co supplies__ 2620Oacoola
Z 32x31' 2.90 Hardware Co, supplies 18.90Osceola
Hardware: Co.: chara( _. 41.5**
4 ; Osceola Hardware Co.. bedding: 42.00 One Million Dollars
i 32x4 41.85 3.55 I P Tltnmons, reDalr.------__ 12U
H & W B Drew Co. record: b'ks
d Miller Jackson Co. supplies.. _. It 40
33x4 43.10 3.70 \
Valley Gazette. lupplles __.___ B*.OO To Improye'IND1ALANTIC
I _____ .
Mach Bros, gas and oil CO till
32x41 7.30 4.50 J C Orlffln, repair.----------- 1.1. .
Y i T M Rivera, examination DaveAllman
{ _________.____ 800
1 .65 nnn
1 -- _ 1. 33x 48.40 J N Taylor .uppUe..-..__.__ .7.50
'W' : P J) Marine auppllea_____. Z.8# 1 : F
S 34x 4k 49.65 4.75. Telephone. rant, and extra m.... : 1.
> I sages for board 11 85 I
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M D easier velvet bean.---- t.7B
;a3 , 33x5' 58.90 5.55 r ..
0 W Aahton. road foreman -- 100.00
J L Overstrwet. release tee____ 800
t I' 35x5 61.90 5.80 Phillips Bros., road work_.____ 811.07 .
1 ,. tql Enoch Albritton, road work___ 210,80 ,
W H Ketnpfer. work on Jane :
I ifs JW' w S(" Ol' Green swamp road._____--_ 1062.8T By-Tbe.$ca..
LAke Wales Nav,.l Store Co.
;; a work Hollopaw road________ 630.64K
TIRE' B Brown mule feed_______ 40.51 J
W B Maklnaon Co supplies.... 19.40 The One.. Natural .Ocean Townslte-. _
: $20.25' W O McClelland\ road work 83001
,.. Mach Bro.., hwullna; ___.._---- 914
l ..."'. 3x3 13115 l:1_ 26.90 F A Babb. Toad work,._____ 88 00 Florid 's East CoastIt '
2OLOwer Prices :: : Champion Supply Co, auppllea. 3400iOncenfa f"
. /o. Safety 30x3 16.00'' 28.30 :: Hardware Co.; supplies SK:72Oareola
1 85 .
Hardware Co. supplies
,.. Goodrich ftlemwUcb s.daQ'io.l i 1// Will Lanler road work__._____ 8800 is ever the part to.add the modern conveniences to r( j!
xr' ,# Ztid'wo4 ______ "'
took 4dEslt / !
May road work 78 00
Owen LAnler. the U-autles of utilis II
'4 '; '! THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANYcvftron Joe Johnston surveying ___ IJ1'.70J of Nature ) advantages Nature\ are ;
; without rasrratkm.' It lad I fed Ohio C Uryarv. mule feed_____ _u.-- 22.16 ed. Bel\.tyL. alone ia impracticable but 'beauty plus Utility make .
? ti41..t..aa'.oe.tb.r with Good City of HttMoud, pro-rata road the 1'1feal This wonderous spot of Nature I.i fast being turned into
.. .P.bricc&-.Geodricb.' tax 1920 _.____ __ _.______uJl&1..80 .
o the Ideal: to Nature' beauties all the'fnodarn improvement
J C Griffin. repair____________ 4S.76 adding
," h." .. aadGrayi asrtub.s.r .. Mach Bros, Ita..and.oll....... 2250 of our beat city homed. This beauty *pot' has been made accessible -'
r '. . : F C Bryan. supplies .._____.,.... 67.6t to. man by the construction of the Melbourne-indialantIe, .a
y. : . ... Hull, road work _.____..-. 81.Ito l ,
i'' .. Fred ,
W.4 acroa.'the Indian Nature's wild 1 J.
River 'being
: 1'. \ e '. I Ja.k Simmons, road work -.._ 11.00 Bridge 4 beauty ; ;
Jack Simmons, road work ... 86.00Flemmlnfc transformed.-into the Ideal: by manwithhismodern machinery. :
!1l.: I .. ... ........ ... ." ,. ,. ......1 . "' .... Son, mule feed,.. 10708 When man complete I his task and spend his million, then :will ..

.... ,..., .. .. . R H Floyd mule teed---_-_-.. 63.06 Indialantlc be the Ideal. ,
.J. ,, -- ,-- ---- -- : 7" I ,. . . A F- Bass, road Inspection4.00 spot p ",
,.,., O W Aahton telegram for board .70 What does man get for his million! Here is your answer: ,)i\

,' ..,. .--* .-. .... ,. . Q Archie W Ahton.pald Bass. road work for road___--w'k___ 1'1.00 S 04 Over 35 mile of paved street, double that number' of mile of ce. ..'
;1. vWW ? Ernest Olen. convict cook ____ 80.00 ment walk, a board walk twenty feet wide extending, l1A mile

n I W Willis O McClelland Hall, road, Inspection work___,____ 78 800.OO along the ocean front and more than 6,000 shade trees. In addition '

O W Brown road work.- .u. 48 50 to all these things the owner of Indialantic will construct a
.. Bfflohepohi' I Dan Brown: guarding .-:===-- 7600: >1 bath house ($35,000.00)) ; build a fishing pier in the ocean and another < >
Hvld Bass. road work ._ 81 OO '
Homer Partln road work -.u_ __. 81.OO ; in the Indian River and will furnish a tropical park and | ;
Bridle Hansell repalra ___-.__. 8.00 children'* play grounds, also an ocean pavilion, a salt water bathIng -

-- Phillips Broa road supplies- -1406 '_ asulphor-water swimming. pool,__a _yachL: hartx>r,_.a power

<.1Mh'' ..... 1y ,.. -to "q-jClQy- or--xJa"Tmmee-pro-ra.ta'or-road tax 1920 _______-.._____1029.0* 1 house, an electric lighting system a club house, a golf course and .
..>...... ' '-' : T I' (Comer judge uv. court 12.SOL. 'tennis court r ,. It
1 R Farmer servant at jail_ tl.OO
L R Farmer. seven conviction : All Restricted Cert'' and Plan of constructed '
4: t.
Lot* as Bnilduift ,
whiskey "....a _.-.___u._..- 7000 '
SiM L, K Farmer R R Loren. E thereon.
.. Nourae 18 4* e
BILL PROBABLY read up. FROM THE bee, and see. Louise "Freeman u.u witness _.n__ 2.20 i ; ,
. Price $6QO to $1500
. Adel Mark wltneaa' 1 20 _
I'. IN THE kid's school-book. WHAT HAPPENS. Bill admit. Milton ledger, conviction feea 85:OO
'e . . L R Farmer, feed to prisoners_ to.5f I All the abeve Improveoient included.
Ollie Nourae. witness fee____.. 6.00 .
,v- ANYHOW HE gave m. all BEES HAVE their mean point. vernal Tlson, witness fe___ S.OO ffI
..' . L R Farmer. ,, coat Underhill case I .;:.

d J'I { THE, ,LATEST newson bees SO THEN I pull.. L R confiscation Farmer coat_J------------ 'SB '
I ****. eJ case., confiscation ___........ B.68 Y
HOW THEY flit around THE GOOD. old 1 tk&'e. J L court.-.__ 18.J' INDIALANTIC SALESCOMP
.' L R Farmer. coat court..__-Y.. 87.80 )
WITH THE four-pif wrapper. Daceola Hardware Co. cement 1.40 ,
AVOIDING THE skunk cabbage. I.t
. >--- MI. Alblna- Smith agent100.00 Sale Managtri HENRY 0. HART. '
,Z; : INQLGDI GLASSINE paper. \\\f
: AND ONLY picking on. . Rah-My-Tim a great paja killer. \ a
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.. 7 ';,fv,: ; ALMqST LIKE beeswax Relines ,ala and .....*., RIa... f

'.' ..". ;;'. ; ;..1'f'. :.: THE QUALITY. . flowers. THAT SEALS. ... .In the Savor.OF mania: ., Neuralgia, Sprahit; 'etc-. Telephone 230 KISSIMMEE 115 Broadway'' ...

._-- --_.... .. . .. WHERE THE nectar'grows . COMMENDING GAZETTE- r"
'e' . wonderful
THOSE tobacco
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. . AND BILL belpa himself. -- ,
s ..: ,( TURN IT Into honey. . More than a score of congratulatory "J..
f i. ' . FREELY AND aay, "QultellQ, letters and cards have been, received \
II. t>. by The Gazette concerning the '
AND SEAL it up with wax.' ;
I. ain . . NOBODY EVER get stung !stand! that has teen: taken ,regarding. J. R. CLAY MONROE THOMAS '
i ) . public affairs. One communication .
,. "t. "SATISFY". cigarette" reads: "Please send me at once, If '
.t"t"f'- _: ,0' A LIGHT snack later on. e possible, six of last weeVs Issue of I CLAY & THOMAS'N, l}

"\ . The Gazette. You surely are patting

3 ., AIr-r..ItI 73a. *f SO AND BILL jays rat some paper*-and last week's! wa.

'" '''It..i *Jlfk oafdotiff loahoir-- . OPEN your Chesterfield package the beat yet. Keep in behind every ..;
'r. 0OoOUFR
e f "AINT NATURE wondarfnL"AND top only. Don't tear off questionable action." -
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glaaeine put Another communication read in
led tf.a 01 50 CAuteo. .
';";, lelds A oampaw4.A.IRTIOHT .. a.- I fay, "Teh. \ keep those wonderful tobaccos part: "For week I have earnestly SLOGAIW: 4;
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:, 1 __''Y' I always firm and fresh, in exactly the tudterf The Klitimmee Valley Gazette .

.. p.otlni /- BUT JUST.bus. la. 1 right condition for smoking. Another editorials with much: satisfac "SATISntD CUSTOMERS ;'.

. i "... ellalWtM i..p S reason why Chesterfields always tion. I entreat you to keep vt the _
TO GRAil sonbony.. !>
satisfy '
.'idsattb.; . e a good work you have started. Let u

Seca r".. ......- J have no falling from grace. Lets AOo I'
\. ," \, Save no backsliding. -Keep on ham ; ::4 .
-I mering for law enforcement and for, .The Same Excellence of Service and the. Same

decency and It 'wont belong before Fair Treatment Will Be Given All Patron *
.; you have every ,intelligent bnsiae! .
w.5f'r' man and worthy" citizenwih, you in Oo-- /b.'
your effort to\make Osceola county '

the safest 'and beat"in. the state ,formeD t.. !
work .
and aU repair will be '
and ''dollar*-and every mother' guaranteed 'lt.| be'Lighgrade, ;

) e e Q 1ht ton will be uberiber{ for.!your:.ex.. a "in, ser ' a minimum price..Your patronage,j..folicaed t
r'p' ..t '+ + 4 eellent. :, \ \ *. sdmfraqh. .. ., -. .' IIU .V paperan'wiiteet ."1 : ,' '.
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MAT SELL POORFARM chairman of tie; board In'the connection $12.000 If It had been bought for

of that part of the poorfarm $5,000( it would have been., good , ... . .
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IF :::':;:::;i ::," :; : : :;: :';':I ; ;: :':" ;;':':':'
aforesaid made from vE.. C. Bryan, purchase, It' ia conceded, and the ::: :::::::::::::*::'
BELIEVED. .. AMPLE including the acceptance by said E. county would have had ay surplus ofabout$2,000
t -* V rnjnit L:'Le8Iey-of t deed-from.L'C:Bry ;-less-the-expensesnrfthe ii,
f. : (Continued from Page One) an, on behalf of the board, "of a collateral transfers and, possibly, the
tween Kissimmee, and, ( Saint Cloud. mortgage to secure a deferred commissions Evidently something) i il1l
The site is the Henry'Bass place and payment -of $2,600( in connectionwith Is missing from the legal measure,
an adjoining tract. The. price agreeden the purchase-price of said prop. for that plainly state$ "the'purcha..

+ is 'about 12000. erty, and' the execution of the con- price to be paid by (the purchaser.. . . . ..
The new institution to be established tract above-mentioned, and the assumption shall be five thousand dolla'ra. . .!
will be conducted along more by the county? of-. preexisting _,, There,ia not one'word in the whole '

) progressive and*beneficial,lines and mortgage,:upon_said. property chapter.regarding_ any ..transaction.
will be in a location that Is far more in the amount of $2 500;,,be. and in excess of the "5000. Nothing fl'I' = '
convenient to the. bulk of the coun the same are, hereby fully,-wholly, except the interest-which> fa 'a' natural gJ4'1

N ty's population. :. and completely accepted, ratified sequencer Yet somewhere wandering *
TIRESSold confirmed, and adopted." about the county was-that-,
If. will be. noted that the account Under date of Monday. December seven thousand dollars ("approxi-
I of the-sale'is-followed by- the-state- 11-the-followlng-aetions-of the-1OUn- mately"-) tjwhichwas--mentioned ;..3 r r+ ?
only 'by dealers ment that another place had been commissioners were chronicled; in the selling' price of the farm owned :
bourht-the Henry Bass place -"and therecordes i by the county-the farm with the
.'h an adjoining tract?" V No reference ""The bid was opened\from A. E.; footrot. It may be that others.'bet-
made In the story as to who owned baler the purchase the poor- ter versed In legal and' political
the tract," nor why the farnr for $7000-payable $1000 cash transactions, may'. be able to en
give comity need so large an acreage. and balance payable $1000 per an- lighten the public regarding the) seven I
tire mileage It certainly does not appear that the num at eight percent interest. thousand dollars. It is generally -.
act of running in debt to the tune "Commissioner A. F. Bass made a understood that the sum went into '..<< ..'I. ,.....__ Ior-
,- of,$b000 was justified( In'addition.tuliming motion that theboard sell the poor- the hands of someone as a paylB%nt,
at. the lowest. cost' \ : in. the other farm at a valuathm farm to A. E. Wlhaley at the .price or a trade, or a swap, for.the*present ;cockcou. :'oomINGJwoscs.Paa.. .

of "approximately$7000, even stipulated in the bid, ,$100cy which property; but .If, as the measure ." ".J"" :,.._. e..1M.H....-, ..
'" though the location was "far more motion was seconded by W.-i'. Walker -' passed by the legislature declares,
I; in history convenIent to the bulk of the coun- and carried; and it was so order .the purchase price shall be five thou- . 'f
tys rpotralatron..*' As a usual thin ed." sand dollars," why should that seven .-/ --- -- V
the "bulk of the county's population The story Is one well known by thegeneral thousand dollars have been thrown : "
is not sequestered in the poorfarmnor public. Little of it was in as a sort of an inducement Why
in a county hospital. printed. The county owned a (roodfarm I issue rain-checks!: when there 1st, no I THE'wATCHER. tf
The county 'records show the following -even though rumors of foot- sign of a shower:
H 3O,3V allusion to the prospectivesale rot were rifeIf the diseases had The disposal of the poorfarm

of the poorfarm' by the commissitmers been extreme..the.._ buyer-'w uld not which :was held )ry Iho county: could \' ',,_. t\ I! N.
at'meeting, on November haveseparated hin+eejfafrorgV! "the not hare been legally carri 9, T916: even thousandXrotlars to obtain ft. by vote of the. people cr-a spo *
The"board*instructed the clerk The action was for the sale of the cial act of the legislature. No recordof When Celery had finished. 'hts lets y,
advertise for bids on the county one property and the purchase of the a vote having been taken upon tee to Miss. Polnsettar, ,hc/' tried to
:. $15.00NONSKID poeiTaimand on''tract of land con other-'vlrtua1ly "a trade with five the rtatter has been fqund in the sleeps/ but V found'it Impossible. His
,slating of.80 to..-100_acres located be- thousand to boot" and the following files of The Gazette-and the sessionof mind was morbid and dwelt only on.,
: tween Saint 'Ploud and Kissimmee lerfsjature enacted measure legal the leci.laturewhi h validated the the dark and unfavorable. side of the', aui
be recd as a county poorfarm." Izing the spending of five thonsan purchase of the present holdings for encounters with. Packlngham'0 Hooch.
In compliance with this instruction dollars of the people's money fora thousand dollars" enacted no He. was wilted and''dejected piece
there' appeared an advertisement lawn; that was not, needed, of a measure for the disposal ,of the of humanity"when'Dr.V. Hoffermelstar: j
'r( r worded, practically, in the language ante that was unwiedly, and by no property. .Naturally, then it ,might called' for him in the' morning. The,
used above. There also appeared an means adapted to the uses for whichit be supposed and- with some degreeof good doctor tried .to,cheer aim up.':
'Reduction In all styles and sizes advertisementhbaded "Notice,"which was secured, in the following term positiveness, the sale of the prop and get him'to eat something before- f-o ** .
stated that "The board of county counting' fpr brevity the accurate erty was not within .the province< of going to face.his enemy, but Celery-
-. -.-- -. ---. commissioners-- Osceola.. ,..county JegalZdescrJption9iLthQ property the_commissioners; as witness the could not 'be persuaded;' :'he I IWMMT,
N Florida, ,will receive bids up to ten -for everyone in the county knows passage of a bill b\--the-"ecent-le' ''s- JumgryvThe, _succulent_cabbageand.' .
o'clock, a. "December 11, 1916, on the tract referred to: lature permitting:, the. sale of the Jan seductive beaa no longer appealed te- ',r
the poorfarm., consisting of --Be it enacted by the legislatureof the county of Palm him, and he had about concluded that: ,
twenty-one acres pf land, fifteen in the state of Florida: Beach whin ermJaliononly he. would never eat again. "' \ ft'
1. A New Low Price grove and "buildings thereon; Thboard "Section That that certain contract after the minimum price which On the way to the place 'of meet-,.
". on a reserves the right-. to' reject for the sale and purchase of the property must bring at such sale ing-, the doctor tried to bold cheerful i-
tr .- any or all Was.1" real _tateentered into on the llth was incorporated in the bill. converse but V wouldn't talk; ;
Known and Honest Product The following is from the record day -of December, A. D.1916, by and 'The above is merely a prelude ,to his mind was fixed on the "gloomiest .
., of-the session of,tha county commia .between E. C. Bryan and Angle H. the assertion that .there is a'plan +*possible outcome of the morn '

; .. Toners. under.. date, of* December 2, Bryan,,Ilia wife vendors, and the now' on foot to "sell the property ing's business. Every time. ',. h*> '
.. :, :' "'J'' 1916: ' : county of Osceola through E L.Lesley which is reputed to have cost "about thought of poison it seemed t*. Wat
"Be it,resolved that all of.the acts TindalL) A. 1<'. Bass, $12 000," and which the legislaturedeclared that something' .was' 'kicking' '''tip a
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tr < I. anyd doing, ,the. L. Lesley, Frank Walker, and.Raymond Lanier, was bought for five thou- row In that part of his anaUiBy
where his breakfast ought to be.' '" .
ascounty commissioners of Osceolacounty sand dollars. The commissioners area
j \o K!"" .'. .' As they,drew-near Blocum's 'fir
Involving pastors)
purchasers for the
I I ..disposal of the

) .' ". t". \ .. '.;.-; 7 ,'," .,: I, .thepurchase .of certain lands in at a very reasonable figure property Celery hoped .that...,:Packlnrhaaa <' '
"" Osceola eo. * would show a yellow streak and fail 't
county r ; for the pur- regardless 'of I the. purchase price.' .
t a pose of a poorfarni for said county, Their decision should be endorsed by 'to'"appear,* This hope was dashed,' *V '
be, andtbe.'Bame Is,,"hereby validated, the-tax-parera.-Of..the.: county as--* stood his enemy and s hisi. +
ratified, and confirmed wh'ol1 a smaller'and more desirable second aaJauntY'as ever and ti'
"Section 2. That the terms-of sale site for what Is needed by the ently enjoyingthe" .. early {'
contract sale, as contained in. paragraph county' can be secured for. what the scenery..n There ",was nothing.apPar.1
one of said contract namely: present holdings will probably bring. but-go on with v the exercises.
1 "The purchase price to'be paid If the sale takes ,place the transaction lie wanted'to. be branded);as .
: ( can, undoubtedly, be ,validatedby 'ard; but with' ,all .lot't his '
sand $5,000)airepresented
dollars ,( as the next session .of the 'legislature jngs. coward.,: At this
j(9; r I III II I) 1 C.. follows: The purchasers shall assume { and if another property is secured }time; his thoughts turned again' t. i ;ti
a mortgage now outstandingupon a like proceeding can establish Poinsetta., Was .h..wiplng-her eyes-. s.
\ the said property made by E. a validation for the purchase. To out as he stood there facing death t $.,. S
C. Bryan and wife to Citizens Bankof close out the holdings may terminate Would she. be )in -:r-moarnmg. at his,_ i
I'' Kfssimmee, given' to secure the much of the gossip and end of J fut\eraIT V .These-and other like bar'- ?,
!I IhGd ii I11I sunf-of $2,600. due three'....n after 'much of the opprobrium which surround rowing thoughts filled his distracted< t

.ft, .---- iii July 1. 1916, bearing; interest at the : the former transaction with a'I mind 'while the doctor and Packing.] 54':
i rate of eight; percent, and'shall also pall of political perspicacity that has I I ham's second came forward -with the "w
: V assume all interest payments for Interest been persistentand perpetual, ever tiny box containing, .th.&fatahcapf'' .}'
_' 'h V now due or hereafter accruing since the tract was unloaded' sules. The two principal. ,were ors K
The.balance_of.. $2, 00_ halL:bepaidby the .county upon- -I r dered.:Jto:: s approach:.the-seconslsf aM,,.un 'was,seen 'rising- the
the county of Osceola on or before The board has received a' tentative i
I two years after the completion of doctor began'counting: ""OneI Two M
this sale by the delivery of the deed. offer for but the present holdings of I Three I !I" Ae'. he spoke' the' wor l' .
$5000 ilie'propolitlon
Prince Albert's The balance shall bear interest at was three," Packlngham and, 'c.l rT' s
a new promptly refused. It seems almost '
the rate of eight percent per annum each took a.>capsule, and raised jtVto
1 impossible to believe that .
V anyone his lips. Before the act'was-con- '
MMMM M B 1 i M-a r Interest payable sml-annually, after could 'poursthe teremlty- males
pleted-'sometbinm." frontU.-'
stated the date The of coirhty the completion of Oaceol.lhanpromptly as above an offer of less than one-half the.or hind .with ,the.>?fury..of'up1'WhlrlwW'and' f .
note in the 9em Iglnat'cole'when so valuable 'tract
:joys-of rolling discharge the mortgage was purchased less than five knocked Celery'sand hand down' i''
yearsago -
assumed upon the date thereof and a pair of arms 'were throw*,
at a price considered by the
failure by the county so to do shall protectingly around 'his neck. Itflashed
bOard low for finea
as remarkably
so ,
across hia'< mind that ,PoI_
the county liable to E. C.
Bryan for any damage he may suffer body of f land on a hard-surfaced I setta had.come to ,. hli.rescue; ,bat* 4,
Talking about rolling And for fact lighway.
a rolling
: by reason of said failure. The when he had partially) disengaged i i.

Jour own ciga ettes, we'll up Prince Albert is mightyj', f deferred payment of $2,500, above- himself and brushed a t Dcle'oftl l ..1 l
!' black .hair out of,his he. saw ,-
mentioned. shall be secured. : hv a A SAFE TEST eyes
;tell you right Tiere that easy,! P. A. is crimp cut and mortgage "aJven'bi the county of to his amazement that it, was Pear, i
Prince Osceola to E. C. which shall nnttal I She had 'com' out 'at that;' '1
Albert has Bryan
tobacco and whisk it ,
stays put frtntt Albert
you b it be a purchase For those who are in need .of a early: hour through'the\tall grMa,' h
'em all lashed to the mast! into shape before you .can C" .t'Mnft... ditioned for money a defeasance mortgage upon con- remedy for' kidney troubles and her hair flying, her skirts drabbled ".
j iaaiL."" backache, 'it is a good plan to try with dew, and all to.hImtM.
prompt discharge: of said ) t
;,{You've got a ndfulofcount..three! And, the next :=.t=:. timth._* mortgage shall embrace obligationsThe the land Doan's, Kidney Pills. They are one'she loved.- ''-i .* 1

.instant you're puffing away ' above-described.; Interest shall be strongly recommended by Kissimme Standing by: his side she:turnei ;
j' :; r-.7.e: : :
r Happiness coming your direction by warrant people. Ask your neighbori her eyes biasing with wrath..pow' ): -
county :
t when you.pal it with to.beat the band .IN to*. be paid, and the same are, hereby validated -'J. B. 'Dillard, 212 Emmett street, Packlngham, and with ''the ferocity. >. :
ratified and confirmed, and Kisslmmee. says: "A few years agoI of'tigressshe- denounced him'*n si
P. A.*>and the makin's Prince Albert is so good that the assumption of mortgage and was laid up with rheumatic pain mixture of English,,logo, wop' an4' '" '
\ for indebtedness, execution of and 'believe my trouble was brought classic Italian! It,,WU a. magnifleest* "
.\ papers! Prince Albert that it has led, four men to secure deferred payments mortgageto of $2- on by the disordered condition of my performance 1 It singed the bark'em r, ,,t V

is not only delightful to smoke; jimmy pipes -where 600. be, and the same are, validated, kidneys. I was !in as bad shape as the surrounding trees and under Itsi( t
ratified anyone could be. I had taken most blast Packingham.wfnced andrhrfy'
1i\ and confirmed and that the
taste and pleasing in smoked before! It's ; kind of medicine ...
your one was provision for the payment of interest every but got no elled up till he looked about as,tall *
itsrefreshingaromabutourthe greatest old buddy- by: county warrant be, and the relief until I took Doan' Kidney as a i lead pencils' '" 1.'","; 5i"As .
,, / name is, validated, ratified, and con Pills. I noticedtheir: good effect she: stood i there In'thetearlr: *
eXclusive smoke that. found right 'away. Continued ,tree drove the '
,4s patented process ,ever-i .,its -- firmed. i morning with the sunlight glinting ;
trouble away and I am. glad togive in her disheveled hair ,
.J formingsnimbus
frees from bite'and parch'wayinto! a pipe qrxigarette!(: := This'act.was approved May 11,' this "
; ndot'Nment.Statem.D '
; '
,, .. .. \.<< y around her ,viraciona. fllt8. a,
1917. .
J .. 28 1914. '
.. \ en May, )
? which with hateWsat
.. ,; ... alternately glared
It' .
,"' .' '. 't \ ., ." ( From'the. phrasology the measure ,.ADDED :-PRAISE '
'" m -" .. I. "' ' - Ii ,. I' f ' :. (ConUna.d'en PaP : : >. fy
y.. ; ". pasa'ed'1i7 ,the: legislature and On March 21,%.tus",\ MP..Dflban4said
';:J' ,. 1 ,.r' signed by the goverlrorthe'Inference I"."I r still bold my I high(.'opln1on .:There J Is."nothing'ta'the.wholealdr'of
; ' > would be .that the property passed of Doan's..Kidney'.. l'']'b87...gan flesh-healing' ,remedies. that earn,
', .. Into'th.'bands'of. \ the county for a ma exe.llent relief from kidney com approach LlquW. aBore.onstvlnrtJr. w 1
i1)r', c..-...sat tat U total of $5.000.The present board plaint and I.r must ..y-thiat,potting rapidlyi with ",w ch'- it;":,heals .eats/' e.
.. a:J. ""Et'' of commissioner*;'only one .memberof ever did me so much rood.* .wounds,'sores, barns or scalds.' It Is4' '''t' A
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,I h . ity>tf 7"I--_ .r .- "".q' ,''y'lluai Ip.W .W.rL' '- q. j. -.y****" "" which.was on the board. when the veOe, at aD dealers. Poeter.MUbnrn a marvelous' discovery. 'Price, Met;

1_ V 'f&.notional |py mplcM : c"V;: dealwas, consummated, assert.;that Company, 'Manufacture**, .Buffalo, Mfc) and $L20. .Sold,bJ..*Z. Bobatv ,; ,
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... .. ." ..."... .. .. .. ... .., :THEWATOHd, people;who are'situated, .
need- "home" could, thereby be, a "t.
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'Cowpeai.i,* and"Velvet.MUlet Beans are, scarce, Sorghum ," '(Cenll i4edrom ,'""..'...oi.'Seven! M ) material nelp> ttr,the.;up-keepi pf( :such 1, ..,, ',.+ ..'.............!w.,kr .tip. 14 r \' "
r; with a'farni. e
for Pack lna-ram' and shone love ,
but we have high I quality atock Dairying poultry raising ,hog I \
t' Send for' himself Celery thought that she :
for immediate shipment. was the most glorious girl in the raising and trucking could be. thus
will ,be t
in your orderwhich world.' She hid saved hs| lift,' and carried ,on with success and profitthe to
L' > That ''Even
lowest prices, or
t > filled at our ,well advertisement GdodyearTites i
? that counted;:,for. a while lot.l That county a. as ting. an r.
writeor wire UIfflr ,
; 'if prefer what ,
U reasonable price list and . she was possessed.of energy she had ,,of anyone else can *

r* < 'catalog varieties.Can..of supply vegetables all leadJ and- ;. ,; proved hcultlel by to commit be present,out at through the early dlf- dot The county agent at Sanford" says Betierr'hari?' Be ors ';

J. ; field Martin'lyTHt morning exercises. 'That. she was tnat any lands that are suited. for .
> truck raising", /arming, etc., when .
'tI eloquent was witnessed In the picturesque >i j f \ *" .
4 insure
Seeds will crops. ; ; f
;t good Jawing she had administer. sub-irrigated\ suitably prepared '
;: f. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY : : ed to' Packlnjfham.Hooch. That she for such use are worth at least $1250. I
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. loved him be had only to'notice her per single acre..' Suppose the, many We, '
ft tender look every" time their glance I well adapted acres adjacent te Kis ; are building better\ ... .
simmee be thus sub-Irrigated and "
< ,met.Being'a' .man'' of .' quick' decisionsCelery i put to work producing" eggplant, Tires for passenger cars today than we, :

'embraced' this opportunity"and strawberries;.'Jettuce, cauliflower,etc. ., hay&''e'er--built before. In' 'the past :
I also Peanutta, and IndicateHJJiat! How long before all the cost of such I \ .
: SPRAYiNGI! If she wanted to change her name to-irrigation,"** well' as the original ,few months'we'have' kidded to their '
::1 Squash she .only., need to say the I cost of.*the land, would be' paid back
word and it would be done Well, to the wise. and fortunate investors 'value time ricT time again--making
she said the word I The net proceeds of a single year ;
-atnoon their would cover it all/and all subsequent them heavier andeven
That same day larger stronger '
It A
r I A VE white-haired pastor spoke the word years would'give. people, l handsome.
POWER-SPRAYER WILL that united them for life after profits. ,, more durable. We believe we
w SPRAY ANY TREE. AND [ which they took the'1:47: train for Let this be properly looked Into, .
M WILL DO .THE WORK THOROUGHLY the north. and let us get busy and put Oec ota speak truly when we' say. that no .,[,
But little wore need be !said only county 'on the map as one of the : .
i ,, j thii: their trip took them up the most productive parts l of the state! w1 re'the.. world ,Wilt'you ,
I 'gaaranteeto give perfect coast to New York city thence west It can be done and let us do It :
service, and can give 'quick ward to Niagara Falls and to Michigan now. 1 their equal in endurance, mileage, '.
work.. :Will use any spray d... and Celery proudly inscribed What do you say honorable county
' ........ sired-and ,'furnish..: maUmlJf, each-. owner wishes. My prices are from Jacksonville to Kalamazoo this to be'in accord wlth--tn .uglteeUon: 4 ---
,:very modest. Drop me a card legend, "Celery SJ'Iuh' and wife Facts that are indisputable are in -get these tires from your .
and I .will see yon and make Kissimmee. Florida: our favor, and we need all of the ':. \
f arrangements. A nelghIxr; hearing. of the above- development and advancement we r year' Service Station now.
described duel asked Dr. Hoffermeis- can get! -
h' M. WATSON. ter how he could bear to prepare a Taxes *nave-to be paid; let va got THE. '' GOODYEAR TIRE) &. RUBBER COMPANY _
fa Rural Route No. 1, KlwdmmeeWILLSOK ; fatal dose of poison for those young busy and make it clear to the farmers : Ojjite* Throughout the World I d
that this can be done, and they, i .
4 men ,to risk t.he-i1'.Jivea.. ..wit hi Th ,
. 4 good doctor chuckled quietly and stand ready to do their part. .
...OOO. . . .. .O.O..OO.. said! "There wasn't enough poisonin I'' Some need 'to be convinced and
all three of those capsules to hurta some are already convinced of the '(
--- canary bird!" practicability of the plan.L. -
The End. J. DILLONS. .
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Swelling caused-bylrwect bites can (The writer of the' above should w a .
S. B. AULTMANWANTED be reduced by using Ballard's Snow have kept better pouted regardingthe ,t ..... .

P Liniment. It conteracts' the poison work being carried on at the ...
and relieves the irritation. Throe poorfarm.: The Gazette has kept its .
P sizes SOc ROe and $1.20 per bottle. I!I readers constantly in touch with fhe .
Sold by J. Z, Roberson. progress being made at that place; e
.1 has told of some of the crops being GO
MRS. MePHATTER RECEIVES cultivated; has spoken of the Inter- .

NEWS OF BROTHER'S DEATH est being taken by the county dem- mi jaru. ib 1r rn rIl 4 w. ...r, '.,, ti 'e
onstration agent; has printed expressions -
Mrs John McPhatter has just received regarding the place made liy
I- word of the death of her Commissioner Hansel! and Commissioner ,

brother, Emory M. Stevenson, which I Wetherbee; and has given; : f'" .' -.. .
N occurred at the home of his daughter other details as might prove of In- (. I. It 'j *
A Mstlng .of your Florida at Richmond, Virginia, on Thurs terest., Just what Mr. Dollins has 1
day Jane 16. Interment was held : suggested is already taking place, ,
;- PJ18ri7an;, buyers" in at Baltimore' on the Saturday following. ' andthe work is being carried on as .." ,...4 '

for KTss1mmee an experiment to see, if the place can .
prospect") Deceased is survived six: children:' be made self'sustaining.Editor of,

J bemei, F. Stevenson of New York: The Gasett) ., rM tlM.
Champs E. Stevenson, of Saint Louis; t
John F. Stevenson and Vernon E. Sire Duffs Tkiifs r

,( t Wilson, & Aultraan : Stevenson. Stevenson of, Baltimore ef Richmond.; Miss He LauraF. Is Editor, of"the' GaYette-.-- : '' ,- .

1n. .,'If vitJO; also survived by. the following-named Metempirical healing exceeding the JOA* thete
r fit
a 'I") ft brother' and sister: Charles W. limits of experience is a dangerous weie : no .
medicine -
Stevenson-of.; Columbia;' Milton F: thing I havepracticed as / -
'"! I Stevenson, of Atlantic City; Mrs. medical doctor and my integrity is. -
Annie L. :McPhatter of Kllalmmee.I and always has been above reproach. .

-L .. ..... ......000..0..0.. .. I Death camel very suddenly from an fifty I have been and practicing have medicine in contact for ..J
attack of the heart while he was years come
er' , ,
I making preparations Tor his accustomed with a few divine healers and hundreds ia

v annual trip t .
Duncannon Pennsylvania. that fifty years have I seen and ... u. ,
NEID'SUeaIffi watched the efforts of divine healers ,
: 66S cures' -..MalariaChiuVasd tor Tare l sick people and' those two :J- _

p ; ; got out of those two sick a
'" ,, Grippe *r,.oaey; refoaded. In such the what prices
*Jl' "iy} ISi '{' >' vast sum of money but both patients a season as past one,

A' Now'Opea For Patrons FISH. LAKE' PARK DANCES died of tuberculosis.That would you receive for grapefruit and
is the class of these
'. ,I r xn ,,ovr. ,PLEASE,ALL THE ,PEOPLE vultures prey upon; they people seize the oranges, 'fi''

% ' booty as a wild beast would seize hi. UtJ.erewere: a. . .
} The waters of this wonderful J The ,regular dance at Fish Lake '"' '
i Park will, be held on Tuesday evening food; grasp snatch, and take hold of Flerida CUnu Excl sass?, .. :. .
t i well'have''wrought' ' wonders 'upon July 6,' from 8:30: to 12:30.: the money by a, corporation corruptto ,. -. '1.1 it. .._ ,., ''
"afflicted ..... Music Kissimmee Orchestra. the very core of filch money front : '
those -with Skin;Di. by the returns to from .
These will tXjall ,J'Ound.danees.: Admission our corporeal bodies; pretenders who lVV at\ growers '. I
c4., ell every'description' and they area 100. wish to be called divine healers. a record-breaking-crop of the state in a k>w- ' :
',woadsrfulbelp, for those having On Thursdavevenings: during the Two' preached thousand the, years, gospel.. ago as infallibly Jellu'aChrllt ... ,. :,, p-Oe"w/'I..1; : / 2 ==, I J. ; ....setwa .. q"pi:"L..i1H'!>t.c71'f;. ; .f. AAt'. 1 1Io: I; \, '

>6heumatismstfa.ny: form or' shape.: IIame dances.boun, Admission alp) be, 65c given; ladies all square free. true,, and is recorded in the .':. :(f.: ' t i. '''+,:.-lfaww"w. U u.a.wen ; 'tt i"\'iti'! J''i' '. ;1<<':'. ," '1

'; $ The.,baths' are\ "Ioeziteitwo.miles, No disorderly, persons .allowed. New Testament in Matthew Mark, '! ;, ," , :,}'l FUrld. Qtrtai Bx'---aefiJ' ,' .. ,, Ii: "\: 'i
; Ch.ek; shimmy, ,'and, dances of like Luke and.Johu-.nd that is enough. ,. "f- ."" ) : : ,
nth'".f 1 Kissimmee.. character not allowed. "Fiddle andetickat Our national social democracy is other .. '
the war-time and "ex- ,
How of ,
the dance Allen,founded Upon the law of Moses and many
t'i ; ** square
; .E. Fosdlck, owner -- Itx teachings of _Christ. We don* tras" in'transportation and'sLmflar'" J '::1 ._
,i bpesx Tuesdays. Thursdays and '(want any other bible. The will of a ;1' ;. J .
i' I.." Saturdays 666 has wore imitation than any mn can accept I it or alone would still be in force { .
be an infidel or be a Christian. ThatIe If there were.
I -
other Fever Tonic the
'. From I' a.. s*."te '< p.. n.CHARlS o* market man's prerogative, according to Fleaida atrns EschaqefJ '
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I n. .e.oM r4' [ NEW[ Proprietor a man wants 'to be a proletarianlet "V;
a him go to Russia-and be of the [What would be the present. prospects for .

bl fA v 21tft I L: THE FORUM, I lowest class of citizens. any substantial reductions in freight, ;rates ,\ fJ' ,
w Our medical doctors fought!! bled *' ..:
f. : I and died by the thousands to put ori, grapefruit and 'oranges ,
j down the chief evils masqueradingunder If !there! wen .. ,
t '.. I BeEeve(!; The Farm the divine .right, and as men Fkrida' CHrnsjf Exthanpt 1 ,:,!

lac '. forming our social democracy, will ' .
0//. ; < "' The following from the Tampa never submit to his prototype the "
RehoPaste: Tribune is. another reminder that divine healer.. We will serve God according [What protection would be afforded. !against ;r.. 4trs;
Florida can produce' and.Is producing to the dictates of our own costs of production: -''growing
more:.forage' per:acre than any more conscience; not by, proxy will we excessive out."i;
r .vo; tn. v5 ? (" ,ru'nY" northern state; j. .' serve God. Wb stand ,by the conscious ,.... of high prices"1: for ferfflfeers. z.;a crag IDa'i :\ '
One of the finest specimens of mind of' man ,wholly-not by; \ ""d' I .'t'. \
etcv ..
kt .. F Fu.BteDipfli8pii.FrmBt : P ;, ( uncultivated (I.COI' has been the so-called sub-conscious mind. In terials:, .... Uthen.were 1M "t;' "'
; seen Jn this.section j was exhibit- the words, of the banker "we don't } .'.
1 I, ed,..iii office yeiUrr know him," and are not,,going to ac l'1k 'Ql 'E.I "P l"I ,+?
: 'ij a trt. TIt0.1iioodrct, watch I 0 I. '"\, t \
17;_ JJ. ; a day ( was 'such crazy doctrine. Our .- .I... .
Jar of r.:
-grown is entirely too sacred. We and r.i..'
iowt. Louis, (:a trillon. at,the old, racetrack have had enough, of war. We were What would be the preaent condition :
j ypurit: fl iSI.r ;dairy (n. West Tampa is perfectly conscious when Te went f We futureWitiook? "biCthe cit -of V'" j
( nearly eleven feet in,, height., It over* there to fight the cokmos and and bfr Qti" .
Florida .
therstite f
aJn li 1 was, explained that the corn.was sob-conscious mind and we buried : :; ..
. sown aoout two bushels. to the that evil so deep that our blood may gaged therein- -.f,I.----.. \.
, ; AI I I L'" acre. There tar about i four acres never again turn the poppies of If hers were no .' .. .
r it of,corn in file etd.It, lato be. France red. At the end of the war FUrtia
'' 9tr.ExchaaseL': "
stored in a silo. It was planted men were through with the divine .
DR :BUCKMASTER about -April 3, and it Is said right to go to war. '
: ; that the entire plot.Js literally I have no desire in this article to Would you not be willing tot your grove $

4, 911 t,. . JJ' I J J'I, ,:,:: .n. covered corn for The silo of will cuttingthe prob- do any the harm legitimate; I wish teaching only to of weed Christ out properties :*0* Ja' 'good Idt ; 'j Siim of" . . '

r f i ably begin next week.% the imposter who is doing harm to money than cdtdd: be'Befcuml f o"r:; ;them:. if off ". '.' . ... 'i1
. We 'brought-face- to .
k ; are Christianity and mankind in general tfcoei-! .t :
fered'for sale'at this \'
face 'with such ,
facts and dairymen Every one of these )people who are i . "
i',': mould get 'busy.and show the world practicing healing by faith and tak- '. \ Utbel-.Wfte" : ,.

&; .,} what can,be done here. ing money for it is an imposter. The i ... Flexida QttuE Exchaate'c., :. .
.4(' -" .Our county demonstration agent is :Church has a right for the sake of. ._ ,_ 1 1 T .tIJ1C' ''J.
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE well equipped; why not put him to the true Christian, to rebuke fanatic ";" I. .
Crier' ai 'Aveaseaail work to make a demonstration along ism, and help. prosecute imposters. : Snee the Florida CHnw Kx&ange is IB existaoee and hasheeom ,'J'
the line suggested here. This matter is serious and is doing ,, *, er stronger thaa-keJsM,, dssvst adwrM oonditioaiwhr .
: EanMtt Street Does not the of Osceolaown For further to .
county much harm to the spreading of the not iBcreaas Its dldeDlr b7r mheTsWpT / .
a county farm? .>.....est Aaaoeistt m'o1 Y1 ,
I" .., real gospel of Jesus Christ. formation y -" - Suppose honorable
our county commissioners Contagious and Infectious diseases :
"" "' be required to take this nave been so dangerous to human
IA: matter in hand and fit up the county wife that strict sanitary laws and the'

' fa\1DIi!, a county demonstration, enforcement of these laws are so T9\
'FaneraIDirectort farm. 2 necessary' to our national existance
: 1 It seems Thai nothing could be cabinet must be
. that a position created
,,,1-1.,: '111-1.-, a't' ,11\\' ",J{ easier or more logical. The inmatesof to attend to health conditions. "
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: I t !r' the'county; home could be of some DR.I JOSEPH, KICKER

A' LICENSED: EMBALMER' assistance in, theo labor, ,question. M .'
( . .; . has b en, and is,, being done, 'else.wb Mot weatherie.bard'on teething I .
"Store' and'i :A.1: .. &1: . ,''I "''''t} erend'\ instead .of tne :county; babies Theysuffer; '.the 'combined .
l+l JJeJ. lin.Wan.A." farm being.a aoprce"ofexpense mike of and 1!' .. ( '
; 'rJO "'III."n.oRID.A: . ... misery, heat, pain stomach ( '
It, a'source of"revenue'and.Inakelt ...McGee's Baby Elixir helpsthelitUe \ ". ,;. .. . f1', \ '
i t yd dn et ,WUh' *.m.e+.Ja...-J1k. pUqB.forjthtjuifDftanate ; sufferer through ,the, trying, \";)'. .., \ \{ .'.- .. :" \ \- i'1,
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roosro Teniy sclsisule 4nm4ps. ; ."" .byleoirecttng, the' stomach H .. 4 :
'ifa. advirdNm ml ha ',; "" i' eel.hmgtItll. ... ." iloesA kBow"S"'" < ? ; and ,... t.., ,," t1o( ,,". .w.. .,' ,.of' i'oj .
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., tHI-Z8811t6E, VALLEf"" (lijeTTE,' Fai AT.'JULY 1,, II'' .... .1I! "

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v ,', ' '( The following persons are appolat Classtdid-.Columns .of/ '711.! ''
NNONNN rl.Tlae' !
( ONN *d a''inepeotoro, and clerkroC saidelection -. ..
splendid service Y' !
Gasette give
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c. "aid Bn..C I ,
*. Dan Smitb' 'BL AUIgood. v
We handle all classes of Young,\\In.peotora; and 'Victor. 'L air i _.&1nmilyBecJal'being : ::; : : '\, ='
clerk. C "
Moncn os> FIIiiliDIICBAROE; Commissioners....' 'i' Osceola oonnty, Done by order of the' Board of Public cjaimari to play 1>>4
.. Florida, up to'and'Including: 10 a. m. Instruction 'of Dsoeola County, -wora .ostMI..been ....tecI. pr

Estate Ise the Cart of .,...ty J..*... State on Tuesday;. J ly f. 1511. atthe office Florida. this iTUt; d.-.ol. June,:A.' D.
Real .f ........... Oseeela Co-swty. of the Clerk of, the Circuit Court of Ult. > ..<. ....
...14. county 'at Klsslmmee, Florida o. BA88iAttu i' i,
In- ''the Estate of Fred! Adamson. for.the 'cpnHtrttotbOf'Of approximately IChairman.
\ KOrriCH 18 HEREBY: GIVEN, to alt miles- ofhard surfaoeroad, being S. TOWELU .
;4. ; whom It may oonoern. that on the 11th part of the road the ,KIs1 'County, :r'1 8'trda.1! :

: Fire t InsuranceHi : day of July A. r>. 1 SU I shall apply mmSe.Melbourne Road. in.truotlon.
I to the' Honorable T. I. Comer. Plans and speolfloatlons/ may "he '.:&: Public _li-lt
Probate, amined at the office ofthe Clerk' of
of aald/ ] Court avJudsof)
'.. '1." for-ray 'final dlscbarse a*' Bxecutrl! the Circuit Court of Oseeola county, .. NOTICE or BXROCTOM! FOR FINAL.
: : f, ,''Ii. .I' of the estate of Fred Adamson deceased Florida at Klsslmmee. Florida. >... DlsCHARUB .' ,-
and that at tae time I Certified ob.ok.11 1 the". amount-(
aid :Rentals will prevent my final account acme as Executrix '1.000.00mu.t accompany each bid. I.' Tko ('..... *t Coeuity ......'State '
r of said estate.and ask tor- th.l" and the' .uceef ul bidder will -be- required ' .,.florid' *. Oseeela c....,.
approval "' to give a bond satisfactory to '
Dated May I;",- A. ''D.' ,.lilt. said Board. fr Twenty percent of the ,In the Estate. ..of Albert Byre'' ro""t.NOTIC" .

I _n_ ti'.t': -s II' ;ZOAADAMSON.ti; Bxeoutrlg.* bid.Rights' are. reserved to reject'. .any., 'i8 Bi-:REBY DIVE. ,' to'..all

.. and all bide, SUFFEMIM? whom it may _n..rn.j that 'On the
.... I. In Circuit Courtfor the Seventeenth J/ L. OVERSTREET. of D. IttVi shall ., '
offlcsNelson .Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida ,,'IJ)j Clerk of the Board of County. to the Honorable T. U. Comer.Judge < 56fpp' and tail under
Notary Public IIi our In and 'for / Osoeola County. In Commissioners of Osceola Host 'Gr'the'pain we suffer Ii of said. Courta Judge of Probate ; '
Chancery. Henrietta/Bass, a widow i County-, Florida. I-4t for my final discharge a* BJxe..< I the Stars and Stripe to
and Hudson unmarriedcom- aa e.e..ary.: Why continueto trlx of the estate of Albert Byre .
: --000---..: : : ; IN' THE MATTER. OP TRill ESTATE ..Drought deceased.aad that at .the ,all peal of the world
rr.aponAentss..0'Bill lot pufetvTitle.OtOr OK SARAH A. der for Publication, Th Stab of ; .OO-sH-OB.' .. ,iv_ as Rxeeutrfx of said estate and .... '''''+ .pererhaa' :'
__ ronP1i. .
Florida toe. Tonth, beauty and enjoymentto ) ask for their approval .< a Km8
.Kobert M. Bran. Minnie.. EllsBrookins AU persons haves i,;; claims against DatedJune to, A. D Itttl.. J. It wa* not true. ttts
I Minnie B. Torrey and Joseph the above-named estate will presentthem M HKUEN: K. DROUGHT.: proudly true ones mono,
RealtyWt ft Torrey-her.husband: Tou and each duly authenticated to, the undersigned ttNf.t_ '- Bxeeutrlx. ,
of you are hereby commanded to ap- for settlement, and .those I :The combination of simple -- -- -- trade and paweniet route era
t being-lndebted. .toaald_estate vwlll i .. ship( ,'
rsnand1o: ..- m dlcl eI found -In" ---+ .. esabtle6.d-that TWsV-CasA ;. ,
the' 4th day of July:A. D. make payment to the undersigned, the NEW ARBUJCKLE-COMEDT--1 ',1
J All persons claiming .Interest In legally. appointed guardlsn.RA your goods or you caD MIl to
Compauy the Southwest quarter of the .Northeast ; WKTHERBEB Florida: Dr. Mile Anti-Pain PubIs lie goes to Grand;; River a woman- _part of the world under, th.'

.1. Southeast quarter'and quarter the of West. Section half of T.the lit 17-4t Klsnlmmee, J especially effective I in relievln hater;;n4 leave the town a honeymooner .Stan and Stripes,, - ?

Township S( South; Kane lE ., of ilSmCEi ,- "with 'reRervatlong for "two.; of I being' .
Tbeprofram routeS *
. meridian. pain without bad.aftereffect '
Tallahassee in OcceolaCoun- --- *; See the change that coma over Ros-
ty, Florida,' under Robert M. Brans J. i Notice I I. hereby given that I will : "*'"' carried,out wUh aD'\eye to the;
W. Collier-and Narclssa .P. Collier, hie apply: to the Honorable T. t. Comer, !' 1 coo '(Fatty) Arbuckle I in his trreatort future a* well M present,needs .

MOVE THE EARTJIL wife. M. J.:_Hicks Minnie Kll a Brook- County Judge of Osceola county. Florida F91r_.snore .than...: tbirty-6ire. J comedy "The Traveling Salesman," ; and
!Ins Minnie E, Torreyand Joseph QTorrey on-July 1', l Jlat his offloe- inthe -- which wl1l'be.howhlOon.rtheCaHERE of Anaerlcan exporter Iny
J 'br Anything On Top.. The Earth her husband,Ludl.nCampbell.Smllh : *. Court House at Klsslmmee. Florida year* sufferers! from headache, : sino. potter and all American'prow'
for order sale
nler. a bachelor an authorizing the
Company, a corporation and W. of the Interest of C. I* Hyatt Jhff and -back'che. toothache p rity. See that ,the ship .,'-
TOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS B. Maklnaon Company, of Klsslmmee. Mendell Jackson Hyatt minors In.and neuralgia, IS A FINE CHANCE use are owned and operated by 't '

Florida Florida corporation successor to the South fifty feet of Lot Four. sciatica: and pains from clthvent 'by the U.S.: +
American or
Or Anything That Can. Be MovedGet' to a Block One of Robinson's addition to FOR ONE MONTH'S OUTINGAT .

Florida of them Klsslmmee Florida. other < have found '*- Shipping Board.
lfakny.o-the.same be deceased.or defunct ---OaACE..F._ .. causes .UNCLE-SAM'S _EXPENSE; - ........ .;-. -"' '..,i. J .' ..... /
" .
our""price before-'bhin your or otherwise claiming an Inter. Guardian of C. u. Hyatt. 1;;, -u TbT taking these pills. Operator* of F ii >' .
; ;; ; nga
est therein: You are hereby commanded and -Mendell Jackson Hyatt Commencing Monday July 18, at
hauling done; to appear In the above entitled IT4t ._- Why don't you try- them? Camp Jackson nearColumbfa, South .oh", '. "
cause on the .1st day of Aufust: 'A. D. !.Wes ieriw, NA 1 .
} 1 S1. N011CH OF APPLICATION FUR TAX. Carolina, several 'thousand young Y01k' .1 .
W. H. JONES TRAIISfEl"COMPAIY WITNESS the Honorable C. O. Andrawns DEED. llbt.e.. t, #--. f"/: 1M.' ."..,., o'
<. Judge of the above court I .
fHONt 11-3 and my' name as clerk thereof and the Notice Is hereby given that Weston de. Coy *-. .S.-.hNML( 4I
M z.-.. OrWers OeesWe HmrJ ola County Florida on this the list Ole. dated the Id day of June A. - -, -_.. - - -- -- --.{I Uncle Sampays every necessary bte.MJLe' r.t:: ':
day of April. A. D. 1911.J. I D. 1111. has Sled said certificate In my v."
:L OVER8TREET. ofnoe, has made application for which application will be based upon expense from the time the boy leaves New Yerfc end fWeo8hip ..... L .. d' ... i.
(Circuit Court .Seal tax .:rn10 Issue In accordance with the petition for such sale now on die home until he returns home, including I 1 BneoIw1I,......... Y"-.N.-,1'" <. ,

Cleric Circuit Court Oc61a law. Said certificate embraces. the In said Court. e Ittl. transportation, board, lodging ...... L .:c.:. .f... V. y
County Florida.Counsel following described ,, situatedIn Dated .June VLcts-S& uniforms medical and dental attention YaaelY. '" -w. .
; Z. BASS Osoeola county, Florida. to-wit: GILBERT. I .
for Complainant. l.-Ut lAt 10 Block 91 St. Cloud. l-8t Guardian.AOMIIflSTRATIOIf etc. A great many high s'chool .. .... ., .. ..; 1.
I XING! FonDa The said land being assessed at the boys will attend. New friendship* .... y..... Y., .. ,< ',. .' r J

NOTICE TO CRKDITOHS AND date of Issuance of said certificate In I will be made and a .fine outing will ,;.... v....'.;.. ': '.
OTRRRS. the name or Unknown. Unless said Cltetlea
reiitlflcateshall. be redeemed according ( ) be enjoyed. Applicants must submit s.New. ..7e.kN.) I" T.d. W.. anew.., .

Notice hereby !given to all creditors to law tax deed will Issue thereonon la Coairt ef the CMaTy Jsidge. a statement 'from a local physician ", . .

persons, legatees havlns, distributees claims or and demands all the Ittb day of Wk'S'R..rilri.UL' (Je..t,.. State .f Flerlaa.Kstate that his physical condition is 'rood. ...._' _f..,. ''. 't. >t ,,

the estate of Ida L. Pfann JClerk Circuit Court 'of D'id". Cayaon.. He must submit references ..
late of Osceola County Florida, deceased Osceola County., Florida. BY THB JUDGE OF $AiD-OOURT moral character. There is no obligation tiny R pObs Pd ---..._+. ...' ;
Tfcaf. Our Specialty to present the same to the (Circuit Court Baal _ST-ft WHEREAS J. Louis Travis has applied for military service beyond the Her. .. ire.e eesu..t.4. ,
Klsslmmee. Florid, Letters of Administration pryrrewel.4 "
undersigned at to this Court for '
within two years from the Id day of NOTICB OF APPLICATION! FOR TAXDBBD. on the estate of David month in camp. .::r.:: .A 4p;.{ .\ !
June. A. D. 181. W. Caysoo. deceased late of said Here la a' fine*chance for a Florida .,..... .._.. W.... ... 1.1( .,
Of Cour Wa D. AO Variet'el HENRY: M. PFANN County of Osceola; make to Columbia Wen_H'a.-o.-I..__
Exeoufor of the VLast win andTestament Notice I* hereby given .eat Ruth .A. THESE AUK, THBREFORE1. To cite boy atrip ,I ..-.. .II, JI.-Ft: _. __.
of Ida I.. Pfann, deceased. Kenney purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. and admonish all and singular' the passing through Georgia snouts' He I No W..w Do c.: '

Aatosiebil Work Aid W. D* It .. - ? .lffOTICB .-.t 1101, dated the Id day ef kindred: and creditors of said deceasedto will meet lots of flne boys: from I ; T -t. J
A. D. ItlS. has filed said certiorate be and appear before thisCourt' on Florida -and other states, learn a ; ..o.w.\: \, :
TO CREDITORS my made, applicationfor or before the Z6th day of July A. D. siw.s-esl
sn"to /.bs
: .: Issue In If number: of new out-door apbrtsand ( '
tax accordance 1111. and nle. objections. any theyhave *
Ri-fkt !. Cevrt .* The Ceawty ->...*. O* ee with law. Said certificate embracesthe to the granting of ofAdministration < whole' -companies .*... :Ms.en:; .... e4iea4-ese]
>..> CewMy, Mate .( .......... following described on said ta'tt: otherwise will ngago.The hat several ___ .... .... ti'' A'laUs
uated In Osceola county, Florid.sit.. :- the same will be granted to said camp g i -. Fin -
In re Estate of Francis L. McGulre. wlt:, J. Louis Travis. or to some other fit theaters and social clubs, libraries : .3151.54. b3 f5L
To all Creditors, Legatees Dlstrlbu .Lou i1. IS, and<< 14 Block 110 Saint person or persons and 'other facilities for spending '' f
Eddie Itansell tees and all Persons haying Claim Cloud. WITNESS my name as County time. Drills mats athletic, 'For sailuls i/ ulii,H' ,
or Demand against said. Estate: The said land being assessed at the Judge of the County aforesaid this the spare .blp1d" 'OIf -. 1
You and each of you, are hereby date of Issuance of said certificate in Uth day of June A. D. 1911. etc., will take but five hours a, day. **J.frtgktof .
Ne.. 18 Emmett Street notified to present any claims and demands the name of St. Cloud Canning Com (Real) 7. ti. COMER Applicants must' be. at least 18 boils -I 'N.-: btpi.g: .
_wblch you or. either of you, pony.Unless said certificate shall be Is-U. County Judge.
__ .
may have against.. the estate of 'Francis redeemed according' law, 'tax deed years .of.lge and not- over ; Ap ,...isle,; lsiriNdlt pr tt :

L McGuIre, deceased late of Saint will issue thereon on the llth day of NOTICE OF SAtlS." placation should be mad.t6Com' tkf lib.",. lit.* tw
Cloud Osoeela.... ouaty. Florida to the July. A. D. Itfl. '. mending General, 4th Corps Area goy, .
DR. R. J.. DENNING undersigned executer of said estate J. li. OVERSTRRET Under and by virtue of a .decree entered .Fort McPherson Georgia), or: to the ">.-. -- 'O: . -: "'J-" I .
within two years from the date here Clerk Circuit Court In a certain cause pending in
... DENTIST o Osceola Count,... Florida.Cl.rcult the Circuit Court of Osoeola County, American Legion Headquarters,.Jack U'S'SIIPPIN:$ \Rb''A.'
I Dated Kay 10, A. D. IMlIDAVID ( Court Beat) 17-i.t Florida. In Chancery, wherein D, M sonville. ..
Over the Po tofftce. AW.No. . J complainant, -and Ida M. __ '
itt OFFICE HOURS to 11:10: 1:19 to I. !6-R NOTICH OP' SHERIFF'S SALE nle'dl.D' Kelly.- her husband. I The.classified columns of The- Gazette '1 err 61
I will sell to th.1
Beeitl.aee Phone 174- SMSTRHAitmr' Under and by virtue of an execution highest' and trtb for cash' In give splendid service for,'small t
-Offtee Pao-M. 151 DRPARTMRNT. Issued out "f 'and under the ,seal front of the House door In the matters. No doubt you have'Some-
J _. STATE Of F1.OHIOA. OFFICE Of of the. Circuit'' Court of Osceola county city of Klsslmmee Osoeola County, thing to. sell that someone else wants;; .
COMPTKOLLBB. TALLAHASSEE. State of Florida under : date of Florida,. on the rule day In August,
< *- June %Ub. ItZO. wherein George 'W. !*... the samebeing the lot day have' 'used tai Texas Pt 'i-,;;.. '
( LEWIS O'BRTANATTOENKTATLAW Whera*. by satisfactory evld nee*, Mann Is plaintiff and B. L. Lesley, A. thereof the equity of the said defendant Turkeys if,1'"V'ofl, .ff
d presented to the undersigned It has F. Bass and Run Bass are defendants to protect' crops from the plague ,of ; r
b.eD made to appear that a bakingaesoelatlon I have levied, upon and will offer for :totwentyfour grSaghoppers. ..
under the of Her. ] i '1 1-
sale and sell best
the highest and
chants and Farmers Bank of Klsslm. bidder -for .to, at the front door of t -five I f.'I' Warner Building.v .,.; mee, located- at Klsslmmea, Florida of, ,:. the' Court House at Ktsslramee. Osce I Subdivision,. Map'of: W. H. Farm i.... . .j... ..... .. ... ..... ....... ..,. "i,
under the Law' ,
and organised ola county, Florida on the first Mon era Addition too Prospect Park. '
Florida. baa complied with all the : day,'of May ItZl.ithe'' same beingthe I, being- Subdivision of lot laey-, ,.
provisions requiredto: be compiled Ind day of said monthand a legalsales enty nine ( 7 S ) of Florida LandImprovement (
with by the Banking Laws of Florida day'and between the hour of Company 'Addition r -' serf 4'b ;,
before an association shall be ..authorised "' eleven -aolook...4-+ .-- -d--two--o'clock to Ui-Town of .. .- ;
y P.-A. VANS-AGNEW *to commence the business ol P. M. of .aI.. .day the following described ida, being a part of Section: 'It. I
Banking. real estate situated in saidertjr Township IS South :Range ,ttKast. 'rs't,
4TTO NEY-.A.T.L4W. NOW. THEREFORE!: !, I Ernest Amos; Osdrola.! the prop- Osoeola County Florida "
OFFICES Comptroller of the State of Florida,, of :.ntl.t::::: t..R-n .Baa*, tosatisfy said property being sold tosatisfy. , . .. .
by virtue of the ut cntrb vested In : said e IK Ss-ath Oraafe A....... IT,. by Section 4111 RevisedOeneral wlti Lot 1. the East half of Lot S. and W.'J. 8TKKO.Special . : r'
Statutes-of the State of Florida one A1tT.cKAFr'Sf; INQLE" ,
Lois 4. ( and s of Block (I) Lot Master .
OrUBe-e trierWa. certify' that the Merchants and I. J .a. f i. '.' 't. ". .. 10.. "t il. 11. MABRT. CARLT6N.. ".'1'..>.,. ..1....,... .. ..." .. ,;,.......-. _.."" ..:.....,'u,... ....I.'. ,
14 1 anb 1 of Block Two Lot Solicitors for Complainant l.- tiroricH .. .
; | (If 1 ,v .
"j.-.... : ,,. k
p'f .Imntee. 1.t: s.s 10 11. 12.13. + :AwtwOaaY+r. _'.1'T <; ;c: : r -l
Home 'Addreast the State of Florida, Is authorised to I.. 11 .1' I.. IS., to, sl., li ti. 14. 26, TO CREDrrOR*
commence the business of BankingUnder I* and 31 of Block Three (Si Lots ,1. -
Winter Park. Florida the name above given with a. 5. 10. 11, IS. II. 14. .16 and II of Block la tears .t The Ce..ty ....... Os *e>lsj
capital stock -of Twenty-live ThouSand Five (I); All of Block six (')1| 'AU of Cewsity. State ss7 rierlela.
Dollars.Given Block Seven (7): All of BlockEight
under my band and seal ol ClH All of Block Nine (t) and all of In re Estate of Joseph; Root. Deceased
NNNN N Office this twenty-third day of May Block Ten (10) of the Florida Fruit To all 'Creditors. Legatees Distribu
A. D. One Thousand Nine Hundred Belt Sales Company' Subdivision tees and all Persons having Claim pry '
Twenty-. ; : Numbered One (1), according to the or Demand. against said Estate .lTu
M. TILLER jIRN1II8'l' "AuoaOomDtreller. Official Plat of the said subdivision You, and each of you, are hereby .
Statt 0' Florid" a* recorded among the Public Recordsof notified and required. to preeent any
(OF'JI'IctAlr8111AL) ,11..t Osceola bounty-Florida, 4a Plat claims .smd. demand which You or
,Real state Aaescy.: Book: No. 1, pages 85 and 55; also the either* of you may have against. the
NOTICE' or APPLICATION' FOR TAI South half of the Northeast quarter; estate of Joseph Root deceased, late
..-.....-.--..-....-- DEED, ' the North half of the Southeast uarT of Osceola d., to thsuoderslgned -
administrator:: ;
-- ter; the Northeast quarter of the of said estate
and soli
Realty Bought NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai Southwest quartet! and the South half within two years. from. the date
Houses rented C. A. Btraub, purchaser of Tax Certificates .. of i the Southeast quarter of the Northwest hereof.
No.. 117 and IIS dated the Sd quarter of Section Nineteen (II), Dated Jane 27. ml.
Taxes paid and Titles verified day of June A. D. Inll. and of Tan Township Twenty-five (II) South. tHf ROOT,
Certificate No. M. dated the Id day Range Thirty. (Ie) East: ; Also NE & St'tt Administrator. .: :
for non-residents. of June A. D. Kit has NW. of NR< -
dh 1mCJ'; of NWU" and 4 and frattlonal -- ,.
tlflcates In ofilee and i:' of 1'iIOTICID' OT FOM TAX .f .
my to-Issueln NBH" of NEW' Sea 18 Twp. APPLICATION .
; Fire Life and Accident In application for tax :deed It. R.n"'O; SB14" of NW>A and fractional DICED Q l !.
accordancewith law. Said certificate 8WK of NK:>4 Of Sea 1$. Twp. < .
surance.: embrace: the following described property U..R. 10 Notice/ Is hereby given that Isaac
1 Indemnity Bond. situated In Osceola. county, Florida This the first day of April, 1(11.. Turner purchaser of Tax CertificateNo '
to-wit: L. R: FARMER. 4lli, dated the Id day of June A. Jl;
No. ItT of 1115 begin If feet south Sheriff of Oetfeola D.- 1.J., has filed said certificate. In A Handsome Roof at JiweCO; j
and I'4 feet east of northwest corner County Florida... my office made applicationfor
Lot IS, In Section II, and run south tax i.dndtob,Issue In accordance j
O. F. KRIBB8 W. J. STBBI U' feet east lit feet north 841 feet The sale In the above-stated case I I. with law. Said certificate embracesthe ?
and west 111. feet continued and the following described prooertv. situated jW
KRIBBS A STEED No. Ill of ItlS.; Lot 17 In SectionUNo. ::tbr. advertised to be :aldorr:: In Osceola county, Florida to- 1tT-CRAFT is the wonderfully ,n,

I sale day In June 1211 between the wit: '
Att.r.Jy..d Ceesieelere a* l avrKlaelsasaeo. 9( of lilt. Lots S, 10 11, la hours of eleven o'clock a m. and two Lot. 1, 2, I. and 4. Block IS5 Saint *' popular roll roofing that comes I ..
Vlevteladeaerel Section 4. o'clock p. m. of said day the same Cloud. "
All above being In Township tl being the (th day of June next.' The said land being.. assessed at the ''Z
; .reril la .u State and South. Range it East and being according This the 18th 1dayKf April, 1911. date of Issuance of said certificate In in shingle. design= natural slateredand ; :. b
11..... .State Cmrta.A to the ijlat of Park Gardens the name. of 8. H. Reed. Unless .
R The saidlands being assessed at Sheriff of Osceola) said certificate shall be redeemed according "
the date of Issuance of said certificates County, Florida. to law tax deed. will Issue slate-green. .' r:
In the names of 8. J. Souders thereon on the 1st day of August A. i
W. R. Grimes and Unknown. Unless sale In the above-atated -
t The case Is 0 1911. '
said certificates shall be redeemed according and the said prop- J. L. OVRR8TREBT. At little cost Art-Oaf t adds beauty to j 'i
CITY to law tax deed will Issue to be sold on the Clerk Circuit Cirurt. Osce
thereon'on the Itth day of July A. D. sale day In August, Ittl. between the ola County Florida. bungalow, cottage, garage or barn"s It a" :
I 1$11. hours of eleven o'clock a. m. and two (Circuit Court Heal) 25StNOTICE )
J. I. OVER8TRBBT o'clock of said day, same beingthe catch 1 fin$? from falling ipu; rks.: Com'much' .Ii
Clerk Circuit Court .tPd" I 4r '
of August next.
MEAT MARKET Oeceola County Florida. This the S4th Lag of June, 1911. Notice Is hereby given that the than a wooden or asphalt shingle roof.. '
.By a H. Bullock D.O. I7-Bt FARMKR. Board of County Commlifilorteti; ofOnceola :
Sheriff of Osreola Florida, will alt as an ,
"* NOTICE' TO BIDDERS! II-It County. Florida. .W.ntfin:;; on the 18th day ,If desired can be laid right over old wooden!) lq .f
Fresh Meat and of July A. n 111. for the purpose ofequalizing : 'c a
Notice Is hereby given that bids will ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICTB TO SELL the valuations\ on both thingles. 1I h I ,;
fte received by the Board of CountyCommissioners HEAL KSTATifl.ta reel and personal. property In said I ., ,
of Oseeola county county, as fixed by the tax assessor : > '
Vegetables_ Florida. up to and Including 10 a. m. c....* ef Ce-smty Je. .a.. State etPLrida. and to near complaints and receive If want an .extra 'good-looking roof at..., J1
oa Monday July 11> Itll. at the bfnoe Oseesla Cewsrty. testimony a* to the value of any property '
of the Cleric-of the Circuit Court -of as assessed by the county assessor little cost as it safe to you 'won't jzo wtoo'' ., ;, '
; said, oonnty, Klsslmmee. Florida forthe.'purchase' 1nSamuel FiGilbertINellie ,ia Gilbert of taxes. ; pay -' i'I."f'," H'1
PhoneT 44Fat of' ONE 'HUNDRED M.: 3. L. OVKR8TREBT: W ) t byi
( buyingArtOaf L: .
:. THIRTY THOUSAND Dollar (1SO.- and Amelia L. Gilbert-, Minor. (CorararM heapClerk I ,tt -. ;it, 1' t. .; \ ; :
I eoo.00 all percent.serial TIME 'WAR Notle.' Ie hereby given-to all whomit of the Board of <*o.inty t i h. -1 \ + -, w;; 1 : !l- '! ;1'" '" .3
.' : may ronceriu.that.rKoasleXllbert.. ./ Commissioners! .of Os<-..ol i e, .. 1IU.1Qft.c. Lha rng) W wsI it.liili < .1 .,, ? : d
i : RF lK/ntormatlorr1n'Hgard.' to 'said as .Uuardlaa of the'. Estateof, -the County, jflorlds. l.-at 1 .- '1"J i :
.t .i"'h.f
Tehnitoa 0..:.. O Warrants ,may be obtained at the ota .bOY.'paino..*; tJulyA. on< tb9...< day ofBlock .r -z ).1'4'.''';" : : "" .. } ..., 'J -
,', qe' .of the Clark .f tile Circuit Courtof .. n. nIL .pp131"'t th. Ho.or..ble. ;. aO'nCJII 0. ELECTION' -'' --- r.r"s'f" .
, .JOHNSTON: GARRETTfiwflces Osceola eount'.,Florida., at, Klsslmmee. .'1'' .,.lnd... In ., . ,
.i Florida. .* ; ;, ' -: A i and for said Conat'. at his offce' toKiselmmee Notice rterey gven teat an-eec . 'I .. 1 tgiist17'
s". ATTORNEY8-AAW,, ? i R I .. > !rh--. .' ."'. <4. ,
Certified.ebeek lelhs"amount"Of>>> In ..ld'J. Covat .t 10 tion will be held In apodalrsnr8chool 't'- :: .
.> '11'1mdi1z'Osc.laBand: .1100 must aeeampsny'eaoh bid.Right.are. .' ,, o'cloek '... ..... Oradeeoa thereafter District .No.. 1.' otherwise known as | ( }
i / :, 10, reserved sledt-any b. .. B. Makinson( \\f..
k to... . aa 'e&q. hee. d, for au- the Nareooeaee School District. on Company
" ...... .. .
\ . .q 't t1tr.m.tter 'aL publle the
: ; ; prlvale Tuesday, .
\ torj1 andiafb Of -
: : {. . L kVnneTRE10I ... r. : ttel..t.'o: \;; J ,
r aUUWn 3. County Wal wla"-4orl. -... a purpose shall >L .+*sii' c y"s.. !" l (' !! l
w .. .. 'VLORIDA _: Clark ef th* 'Board of tate..1n said, County. to-wit:,,! .'_ L;. I' serve a*,school trustees'ef. said "dle- ':x !f i . eee". r .. -' Sf yj.
.Commissioners! ,-' .'. Osoeela. Lots eaves! (7) an..ICUC'bt-.). 0.3.W. tract for the two .F..... nest after the i''' .., .:.),._,.'-'J.J.a.' ..,..;,.,.. tt''n .1tfu \
... < tkeM4 -11.1'e. 4 :.4 County,' FlorldjL. S-St 'Ad erhold's' ' of I .election."'and for'the turtberrpurpo.. ; :'Ftii U3'' AInu/f l&I: '_' w.,: ;'
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Notice I* hereby given .that bid*will Plat filed In the he. Circuit collected r..suallyfor"theIMid'. ". -4. M Uti

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'.,. THE ]US&ttMCE. VALLEY. GAZETTE. FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1121DIXIE" _. '{' ,,'. = ""

.. 'II' " " ." " '." .t." '" Maktnaon, and t'dr"'Mr.' .:- Fenr, nee .

Margaret Davidson.who Wow resides ,. .... "' .'. . .
in Orlando. The evening was replete V
with many .amusements -one oi '
HIGHWAY GRAGE which wai a mock wedding..eeremonj: H V
-'WhOe. choice, refreshments; ,werearen.rou'.t THE V
; ,. served.) .. . '. : ": .

., / 'Later in the evening. two "spefialdelivery" .
communications re-
SNOW( OPEN ceived at, the door and these upon
being read suggested that the hon-

,CORNER;EMMETT STREET AND ORLANDO AVENUE ores seek in all portions of ,the I Iis
; house for (hidden -trea.ures.Aftei CLEAN SWEEP
diligently hunting '..treasure.ere a
""SPLENDID. disclosedproving to be beau-
e : : . FIREPROOF. .' BUILDING tiful silver plates .-,with which. the .t

' f '. r ..: ". ,. ..1'; :. ... .. 'STORAGE OF'CARS, .A SPECIALTY : .recipl.ntswere. ._highly. detighted.' .

.' -' JOINED IN 'WEDLOCK still sweeping .at 7 t i
: l', EXPERT, REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS ,An especially;> 'charming'wedding' .
< of Kissimmee's young ) !
NICE LINE OF OILS AND GASOLINE that of' Miss Grace Winn," daughter .
of')fr.. A. W.' Winn and Nelson-H. The Dollar Limit Store ._. '

& '" Makinson which took place on Wednesday .
t r.o#' Call and See Mea I Will Appreciate You Patronage evening.
The ceremony was performed in .
the Christian church by Rev. A. M. :
Chisholm of Orlando and was attended .
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE bv only the' relatives "of the /V 1
-- : two- families represented and. a few MORE DAYS,. 9- it
intimate friends. Rev.. Chisholm;: V '
r' very '
JAMES C PRENTIS, Proprietor I was the bride pastor for many of the.oJreat-Fcast of Bargains. We have had to get lots of new ,
years while In charge of the Christian .
church in this city: gOods to keep up our stock for the sale, but we have! i

C.. I 1 The decorations of the church were them at sale .' )
in prices.
beautiful in the exquisite arrange- put i iWe
; will be glad 'to'wlldIr.them'any assistance ment and simplicity. A bower of /
TiEiYi: application.ENTERTAINED green-ferns- and vines-was tastily '

[IN ; $ REALM ] upon FRIEND arranged,containing in which were several placed candles.T've candelabra -. Have/Received This Week 50 More of Those $$2.00 Value White. Wash h Skirts i,

FROM ISLE OF PINES beautiful bouquets of pink roses S /X t ,'
' AH 'matter* Intended for this department Mrs. B. B. Lombard at her home added to the attractiveness.Miss . 't
should be handed In a. early 518 is Winn lived in Kiatinimoo l PRICE89c
t Broadway charmingly entertaining : .1
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r t a. po..lble. Ad\t..notlce. of corntne.v.nt.atu.t her friendandiormerachool.mate ,il'lofte.C'f.tbemostloved. x<:l -_ . :
p -"ut"'ntler" -Calla since infancy-jaj <;
1+ Phone 11,. and ask rfor "8ocl ty." I Mrs S. M. Hoover accompanied girls '"in the city She is a ---- .
R Forjne clogs -promptly at. ten o'clooV by her daughter, Daisy who ison graduate of Florida State College -
each. Frtdsx."morning- oOo- her: way to her former home near : for Women, and has. taught the last Several New Patterns i in_ Check Gins And Another. Shipment t't'f good grade Pengee ,.--4

SAINT LOUI5 COUPLE "- Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Mrs. I year in the Kissimmee high school Lami, going on sale at, per yard . ,.1'I 7 C . Going at Sale Price;
./ VISITING Hoover who by the way, Is .of no Mr. Makinson is son of Mr. aDd Mrs: ; iJ
. ; "kln" to the food distributor I he --- --- _. -- i
.and | W. B. Makinson.' As children < --rr----------
Dr and Mrs. T vane, whose
home is in Saint Lour! are guestsat Mrs.residents Lumbard went for some time I and his bride entered school! togetherhere. 10 yards of rOM heavy grade Unhleached M.i- Big Lot of. Ladies Fourth of July- Shoe ..uhied. ,1
of the Isle of Pines, and When the world war demanded -
t the charming home 503 of Dr. and have enjoyed the climatic sunshine American youths Mr. Makinson tin,-36 inches wide; the thing for .A4 The ties- CO QQ '
R. M. Buckmaater, Emmett
treet. and storms of that famous spot answered the call. Onhis return those dresses, V I s Ter pair during Clean Sweep Sale 0 >w 0, '

home he entered a business college _ .. ... .. , \
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"TO VISIT RELATIVESAT !: DECORATIONS OF PINK in Philadelphia and is now managerof '
'GEORGIA POINTS GRACED THIS AFFAIR his father's' business-the W. B. Plenty of these Army Shoe: left- Best Grade Silk Hose, fill fu ed ':
( Carolyn entertained $3 98 $1 1 98 :
,1(1188 Frlpp Makinson
left a
Miss Maggie Mae McCranie HardwareCpmpanyv
ry Kisrimmee yesterday for Jackson dinner party Monday evening, which For the wedding which took placeat Per pair during,Qean Sweep SaleSolid Iyo Price. daring sale, per pair' \ ....

villeiwhere:; she will visit her,cousin, was a charming affair in every way. seven-thirtv Miss Helen Bass, -- -- f

;J.UIIanGodbold From that city the Pink and white flowers graced the pianist I Mrs. S. H. Bullock and Miss Leather Work S... 4 Thontaadi of other barrtini left; te* nuny te II
rooms and'the dinihg-table np
two will visit relative; re.ldlnain: was Mary Tiller, violinists, rendered effectively $
various Georgia citiea- including1 more attractive with its decorationsof Berceuse by Joselyn, the Per Pair daring Clean Sweep Sale I w 0 receive iadividsal.estioa. '"f

,,, Savannah .". coral vines and maidenhair ferns. wedding march from Lohengrin, and, '-__--'-- ___. __. r. h___ .
-- -- The place cards were pink roses, and .
during the service, Love' Old SweetSonl' -- -- ---- --
DAUGHTERS OF ZION pink favors added their attractiveness
The maid .of honor Miss
r FORMED'BAPTISTS to the affair. At seven dinner [Agusta! Winn. sister of the bride, entered We just wanted'to let you know we'had bargains left.

The Dnaghtera tof Zion ,Is the name was served covers being laid for strains which ,
after the opening We
have had the sale
soon --- -- 'biggest ever
i goes
. .of-aw new-cla.. formed- the BaptUt these guests: MissesHelen Rags;- of the wedding march. She wore a
church.last' Sunday under the leadership Violet Bullock Ada Simpson, Mur i beautiful gown of vghite net over show that we are giving real values.
of Mrs. Frank: 'A. Pierce; ana ray Overstreet, Bob Bullock Walter pink metal cloth and carried 'a' large

The the proper.,of officer.the class were sleeted.ti stated. Bass, and Roscoe Roberson. bouquet of pink roses. The bride, Store Will Be Closed' Sale Lasts 9 After
object is not who is always grace in her charm Moaday, July 4. Days
(in the.information given more than ENTERTAINED FOR GUEST and dignity as well as in name, was ,
!that fthe .clan expects to work and FROM WINTER HAVEN beautiful in her Her
have a time all the while" Doing honor to her Miss /
food guest i /gown was fashioned from white canton to-------------
Mary Early, of Winter Haven Miss I cloth and she carried a huge bou- DOLLAR LIMIT '
WOMAN'S CLUB WILL Mattie Belle Harris Thursday afternoon quet of bride's roses. The groom ,
rr, ., guests.atlerhome205Drury.ave held a "tea" for a few invited-:: was attended." by- Mr.. Roy'_' Graves as _Kissimmee6.. W..,PERSONS.,COMPANY -
.an's 'Club'"will' be held groomsman
next Tuesday nue east when, the rooms were'h.nd.omely
," .at-We' CoUlltt') Club and all women dressed in white and Mr. and Mrs. Makinson are in MI- .
., who '.sped. to'' attend are requested pink with many cut flowers. Serv- ami for a few' days. Next week they /
,( to notify Mrs. LewisO'Bryan' pror: ers of refreshments which consistedof will leave for Baltimore, Philadelphia
to ""Tuesday In' ""order, to. avoid any cream-Vcake arid mint were Mrs. and New York. Possibly! they ,
confusion. The1 I committee on re. W B. Harris, Florence, McCorking-I will visit Mis Amy Makinnum! in \,; ':J
'1re.hmenu"for: ''the. event Includes dale and Virginia Harris. .In addition Madison Wisconsin, before their "re- I' .'
t, ? the names of Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan.- ''to the hostess there" were- turn. Mrs. Makinson and Miss THE GREATEST, EVENT PERTAINING ,TO CHURCHES :

Mrs. 8.< H.' Bullock Mrs. P>ul, Stanley .- greeting the honoree Misses' Opal :Amy Makinson were room mates. .and IN.-FLORIDA HISTORY Methodist Church THE CLASSIFIED'COLUMN l
chums at .
'and'.Hri..oJ. Bas Ethel Allen Carolyn Frlpp, September' 1 they will be at V. The openine'of'' the Saint'";Johns v Rev. R. F. Hodnett. Pastor ,
IN NOimr CAROLINA': Grace, Gilbert .Glady., Griffin, Lillian home in Kissimmee in 'the bungalow river bridge at ,''Jacksonville' gives : FOR, SALE .. .
.CfcOSfi TO ASHEVILLEMMC3VA. Harris, Maggie Mae McCranie. Or- which is being arranged for, them. every promise Jpf providing the 0:45 a. m.-day;;;;; school. \

; .* Clark, baa 'rented apioEern Dha Rose, and Mary Tiller.! Mr. and Mrs 'Makinson are* receiving (- greatest event of the kind ever 11:01: a.. m.-Preaching' services. FUR four HALE month-Fifty old.cbnloo Pure.bred'blt."pullets. over<4Tf ,
; + home at'Weavervtlle, eight -- shower* of congratulations staged 'in the state or in .the south Theme: ,,"111 Memory :of, The' Sacri LeKhorn. Allen Foedlrk, Kleh Lake
miles from.Asherville'and! "rlte.,,that CHARMING RECEPTIONFOR not only "from local.friende but from east.,. Attendance is expected to run fice." a' Park between .KJeeliiimeo and balntClou4l. /'. .
she'Jtsa a.fine-location and la enjoy TWO'HONOREES. friends throughout the 'state. not less than 20,000 from out-ef-town '7:01 an na.-Epworth' League.. .. ft-ltO

but life. Vegetables are coming;: on The very pleasant .and ..ucee.sfuluble"reeeption -- .- ------ -- - points..JEhe..threeubig, dsys_wiUL>e 8:01p.- m. -Preaching' -.."Iee... FOR EALE=C.llarr1ll.tlr."JfOOhlnwr- .......4t
:: lQt"fruJtwU1'acarce"beeau.of) given at the home< The Gacette'B job department la full of fuq. and festivity and many Theme: '"Law Enforcement. ere; mederate prlcee. Write to Mrih
1 a' late frost.. Mrs: Clark adds" that of Mrs,'S. equipped do all kinds of job printIng unusual features will be provided for Wednesday afternoon' at tour Orlando H. BL Ma jorIVMtoflh Florida. > rtfuwtr'S.lie rttK. ,1:
should any of her Kissimmee friends proved ) oa abort notice and at reasonable the entertainment of visitors. o'clock Woman's Missionary So et7'
,desire to secure:information regardfng Grace' B.AuJtmlUlton.Bro.dW.Y'1 I prices. W. make a specialty. .of The United States navy .has aent t Wednesday evening: at eight FOR SALE!-Forced .to chana mr '10. 1
a.- entire division of destroyers fpr' cotton will sell a piano and h.u..-
that'section of the country she e' lnR- -. loose leaves for ledger: 47-tf. an o'clock prayer meetingCVrUtUn .
i .___ -_ - the celebration and several other loll roods Ill at berealn prices. Mr j
---- ::TIIIHHlltllllIIIllIIl ; I Hall. lmm.te Mtreet. Its
'l V V I I ships of the'navy.: are .exlJ deli. 'pe I ,Chnrch.. ..
I IIIIIIIII 11 ( n111111111111111111111iIIInIIIiIIIlUI111111DIIInIIIIIIIIII IIIUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIII big band contest and tounkamen't -: j t .. " -. ,-OR BALalolletIimeeaeaTr .tsrs''' ' :
V U I attracted many of the best; bands in Rev VY" H.:-Coleman Pastor Apply model three Valley visible Q-ette., _.. a-ood'eji mewl"u.' \ ;n

: VV the state and the amateur .baseball 10M a. ..-Sunday school.
championship tournament; brought FOB SALE For R.. Purntahe- ,
I 11:00 a. rn.-Sermon. Rooms and No Trespass Card.. -ie
'j the7 in this classification
best team ,
..>.:::f'IW' \.'" I : Sermon. cents each at Tb. Uantte tflce. '
J &R.T; ,. M...RIVERSBank'With. ,;: L.H.. GEDGE M. ./. STOUT here for a series of games .for a A welcome\! for' everybody, .- >

'*;K .,1'1".let/nst.. : .... 77yt"tx u ow ""Ca A..r v..;..Mddalf and handsome other silver championship: cup dally strangers. tf FOR BALK-NeW. .cabinet Kdlsoa lpebo- Jy
.. . prlcea.
.: \ norpbr record* free .Term* Ifdesired ;
r Jacksonville is. decorated' for this BASKET,PICNIC AND /- '--Write---or eatltpn .AHn 1Fouatck. t
.... ,,. occasion before. Every Fish Lake .P..rk. eln-J;
,:. (.j'.t; ; ; ;, .:1: '1 ... downtown street .is brilliant with FISH ,FRY PLANNED me... ... ..' f ,1-trOt t

/ bunting and flags-.several large BUT 'ivK RR direct from Manutao.
;.. I kre-'Y ?' crews of decorators working ever- Kissimmee Chapter Order' of the lures Ba.e'"' two profits on your:.
C : .Young 1'.T tf complete this feature. Eastern St.will 'have a basket picnic house bill and cat cenulne long leaf.::5
I Moat and fish fry en the. afternoon of yellow. pine from South Florld'."
'" ... builder. constructed more Freight paid to yoUr ataMon.
(,1' hundred handsome floats Thursday, July 21 to which all ber Ie advancing now Is the Lame
"- than one '
"", 1''J,, t' "i.. .,, .. .. ,. .', -ouo--... "' . .. _ __ _, .. I for the. mammoth cbrlc. parade which. dially-itfvlted.This Masons and their families notice, is are somewhat cor- postal to bay.Vllh Send brine Hit;for. price an llet..UlDat..A I veil. (;
."'- ..I. :.- opened the celebration Thursday verythine' used In construction .r/l.your '
premature, as the location has .... '. .
;'r " night. ho. Oscar I] Baynard P.-/ t V
ij; '-\. If do let not yet been agreed upon-bat it Is O. Box Til. Tampa. Florida. 1s-4txFOR >;
are a not laugh
.' ,you young person any i -t.
i thus published in order that no arrangements
BALE-Ona yoke oxen Appl
'Y' "', you out of your ambition'to bank money and better, your I may be made for that to WIlllAth" Broneon Orange Center,. t t
: the one day. Complete details will be Florida. 1S-ltsX'!

i I r -",' condition Ten years. from now if you, are thrifty and = In order to allow-all children and I, given next week.. ; II'OR'ii i. BALK i -ij Twenty-five i laying ii m b...; *

if'.. (iI-, tAbfGty. ; your friends are spenders' the laugh will be on the other -B young folks to serial Interested which ill.. HAS GREATLY IMPROVED all Must but(to four In a are lump. White Apply office
i' the magnificent commences ; MAIN STREET RESIDENCE of Valley Oaiette. ItUcI
an c at the regular .
.. ' .d e. You will be. up hill -they will be going == hours Manager on Monday Eades is offering for Since taking -possession of his re- FOR Plate.SALE Practically-One Bet new.Electrlo At a Wall reasonable

\WiltinjtneiMDEPOSITS down; for none of. us stand still in this world. lit is the Monday morning, commencing at : cently-acquired property at 114 ,Main price. Apply Valley Oa-
.. == ten-thirty free admission to all children -; street. D. H. Suttbn has made numerous mette. T-tt.. ,
a 10 Serve r ,sober industrious,, thrifty young man and. young. woman =- Vat the Casino the only pay :,, tending. to im- FOR 8ALBJ!-One Nash. touring car
ment being the one cent wartax. beautify . A .and
and one Haynes
.'?+ . Y. who become rich happy and. contented.- The- dollars you :: Eddie Polo..the,hero throughout this prove garage has tbeeeenpbbuuiltahflreatthe, better touring car. Both of theee at Har-.
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""'" 00 gain prlcee. B. Makinson CIC frequently spoken of aa
sets off
investment that a. fj
your you are the of The Screen," and hat ?
INSURED making .a uphyour erable expense-there been a complete .
. in building character the foundation in- every installment he performs I renovation of the entire house, FOR 8 ALB:-Two. boys eulte. 4year.bold
size vrlvrt. one dark blue, one
wonderful feats. In addition to this
I the grounds in more attractive .
' put dint greed Russian I uetyle, white
upon which your future success will be built. = presentation at the free morning-:[;shape ready for more beautification, collar and cug.sdetach&ble. Nearly n t
::::::t matinee there will be a comedy fea- and: a general clearing-up has been new. Apply 101 Main '
d" V === ture. A general invitation ia gives
. = effected. Mr. and Mrs.. Button now WANTED. '
= the public. j have a residence which, will attractIthe o. .

eye of every passer-by. WANTED -- Butcher hone, orthem :'asy' '
"In human being there i i. wish to I
every a MOTHERS' CLUB CALLS standard -breed.< / I want soon c r y;
'NAMES ON ROLL ae ' Addreei T. M. .Mnrtln, ,v
ROOTED .I."Flo :1
ar _V ameliorate his, own condition. Macaulay. : aalloway : is-4tL'' y
Mothers'' ;Club, through itapre.ldent. I MISCELLANEOUSCIOOD !t., '
.- = Mrs.. Celeste.Fripp, desires The followingnamedchildren all ,
; ,= that;''all' having rooted hibiscus members) of ,the Mission Band of the BOARD-Home cooking; every. fi
; for the use of Jta .i'CJTiC( ,committee'Christian church: Mrs.. W. H. ''Cole- thins neat and nlc;,good .' '

2ii B ri k f gS. ebla' Go.untJ hall on have'Thund.y.these plants-,4uJ,.-''7.ready/r;.If*to these beset be man'named'superintendent in the honor roll entitled' for; the to Special In 18 room.each Rate:..|10 Mr. per:*board_W week.,.H.and: two.. Farmer..Mitchell room-In*- e

: having"such: J' >lantswill.."notify.;the'I quarterending; with''-June : ." _.._;' I4U .I-U k
; president 'or i, D.-.Woodbeck the *!.Raymond' :Qayson' ; "-NonaDayson, SECOND.HAND,OOODS. bought. >.old V$4
Chamber. of't' Commerce,'t where'-they WoodrowDuggar' ; ?.Deyofreo and I'llIred"",:" The'Cno. .,4.. f. _
; be caUedffol"'bY''t'he committee Ruth Dey01'eOr.Dorl..: Goodman,
.V .. IJIt 'N. .t........,.p.. . I may ataft'early moment,j the 1 matt, of!Lucille'.Gilbert,") . Gilbert;' Cars WITH-. sake OUR, DTINO' PROCESS -we t.' t '
.I' r eM olothUe'-
i . ... 'r. 1'l ,Noun !1.;" .," .r6' will be upedite1l.. '.Aa bet Howard; 'Higdon;:RoMt'MeEboy. newjroor faded
.. tie -.IiI: r"'- 9' M "! to,3tP'M., 1 Improvement, : : Hlgdonw t Pet. 'The Tullor. Ill South Oraalll,.
the rainy.- epsonf' has,-commenced ,. ; Beulah/Phay, Savenue. Poetofnoe''Box.10/.VOrlando '
', Jrf3l1ift8J1aj\ IiZ: :. "I".iJ"1 : r 't'x. ,J< these plant will be. set.Immediately" ... '.phar.'LolaPeakei:: -t\ ?:." :, >,- Florida. : ., ../. -z" ',' ''ll-Ue .

I 1afr u-probably" on ..Thursday 'oa: Friday t : ,{ FOR RENT .
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