Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 7, 1922
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01058
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Farmer & I.mTura"- To Commissioners Tabulated Statement Regarding Saint Cloud ,School of Teacher Bathing Order Issues Front;; Tallahassee Male* Readers An Invited To Participate la A 'Great Educational Contest JAr.

Expenses Thus Far Incurred .. Construction of Croat-State' HighwayCompleted in Alligator Lake, Steps Beyond lag Increases of Tai Valuation in ranged Through Co-Operatio of This Newspaper And It. Advertisa

Mileart Is Not Stated-'$81,380.14 ;'Thus Far Has Hen: Depth and Drowns Osceela. Countr- .Pafroas-.Cash, PrUes To.Be.Awarded-It- Will Need' t"'A' 'LittU

-ILSp'aL- ____-_ _____ -- ---_, - Duos in the public schools of Saint Tallahassee, Marion L. Dawson. ------- -

There. was an official statement' Cloud while bathing; on Sunday after- have been notices forwarded to all The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, always -
garding the expenditures upon the NINE MONTHS TERM noon at Alligator Lake--at a point !(county- aaseors'that changes must COMMISSIONERS HAD alert for something new, has
ro s-lltate highway; between this city known as Hickory Tree Cove_went ,I be' made in assesment values-in brought forth a splendid feature,
and Deer .Park rendered by L R. beyond her depth, and before aid could to,! demand that an increase must be which' is new by the way -and no :!
Farmer, one of the contractors for be secured was drowned. !made. The following/ letter has been doubt will attract a great deal of' Interest
Jhe, entire project,, to the countycom- IN GRADED SCHOOLS There was a merry party Sunday received by William I. Barber, asses- LONG BUSY SESSIONAT We have no hesitancy in say
'--inis.lonereonMonday, and-4>ie. same -'- afternoon leaving Saint-Cloud-for Alligator or of ,Oaceola county, which will explain ing it will welcomed by all. It is
was placed on file. The cost; of the lake. It included O. S. Thacker the proposition: therefore explained in full. Read every
work to the first of. -April aggregated FOUND' IMPOSSIBLE and family, Ilulmes Crawford anM STATED MEETING word carefully of this article before 4
-h 81S8014. family, Miss Copley and a boy about j Upon a careful examination of the you turn to the feature, then you
'. It will be remembered that when sixteen years old named Ernest Brown.It tax rolls of the several counties of Half I will be posted. ,
bids.. were opened for this stretch of Find Impossible, To Secure 'Suffi was more of a bathing picnic party the state for the year of 1921, I find Board Will Pay Rent For Chamber I So commencing with today's Issue Irk

:road-which had been stated as about dent Funds Within Specified Time than a bathing party--as not one of that the tax valuation for the year of Commerce Matter ..fStroap' we launch a great educational mis- ?

nine an<| one-half miles-the figures To Add Another Month the members could swim-and only of the various classes of, property as Land Lines Adjusted ,pelled word and slogan contest. We
were in the nei hborhod of $175,000! Miss Copley and the boy entered: the made In the respective counties of !question whether any other paper la i
I for grouted brick, with a price of Notwithstanding;r the support pledged water and then went only about the state is not rel1sonably'unlform All members of commissioners' this section has ever used any better
some thousands of dollars less for by the Chamber of Commerce toward breastdeep.The as between. the respective \counties hoard were present at the regular system to get the greatest number of
Oius rock. All bids were rejected. I adding an extra month to the bathers were cautioned not to and the inequalities exist in the assessment session on Monday, when the hearings people to study every word of a mer
There had been voted time warrants term. of school for the grade dooart- I !go into deep water and when about in the county of Osceola, of from various persons were chant's advertisement.
amounting at face value to $130,000 ment those In charge of the matterof bre 'Rt-deep commenced to throw water the classes of property named below granted and the regular tputine bus A campaign of ad reading, such, as
for (he completion of the road, and raising the needed funds for that i at each other. Tiring of that it i.I is the tax valuation of such property iness taken up. it i.. has been launched with the expressed '

f the commissioners dared not exceed purpose helve given. up the pTfje"t.Jund I reported that Miss Copley took a few being too high or. too. low as L. A. Rogers asked that a lane purpose of educating,.the"various , ,.
that'amount as 'an expenditure. ---- the school will remain in session steps. dropped into'a hole about seven herein.. noted and should be lowered' leading his dairy off the cemeteryroad member of the family to read

t A little. later, L. R. Farmer and L. but the eight/ months as contemplated. feet deep, lifted her hands as if seeking ,j lor raised, as tho case may be. in be declared.a public road. Two and study advertisements, aa well a.
.' H, Ingram offered to build the roadon help, and was seen no more. Her accordance with the schedule herein others besides himself are interestedin to the writing of original slogans or
a percentage basis, and assured Mrs. Celeste Fripp, who presented companion made no effort, it ,is, reported set forth in order that the tax the project, l lessrs. Hamilton and mottoes for stores. At the same time
the commissioners that the entire expense I(the matter before the lunt'ieon, of the to step into the deeper spot to ,,, valuation thereof may conform to Muling/, and it was asserted that the the feature tests the ability of thousands
would come under the prescribed Chamber of Commerce. on last week aid her. Mr' Thacker and Mr. Crawford an equitable and uniform valuation action would meet their approval. The of good and accurate spelling..
t. sum. The contractors made other and who fe't. confident that with the : essayed to wade out, then returned throughout the state, viz: proposed :road is on the east line of Could there be anything better fora
proffers! regarding the proposition support of that body the sum of at for a boat to go after the victim. :j i 1: Personal property is too low; should j section fifteen and is a trifle less store or for the individual ? -If so,
and slso agreed; to accept their ten least fifteen. hundred dollars could be Sheriff L. R. Farmer< and A. F. Bass be raised 10 percent. than one-half mile in length. The commissioners we would like to hear about it.

< percent in time warrants at face raised by the Mothers-Teachers. Club, were driving near there and saw the j'I Real l is made the order. The ExplanationTen
low should
i va. pe which they have done; and found too many obstacles to allow her woman disappear, then speeded their raised 10 property too ; be (Continued on Page UlgM) I columns of ads appear in this "
,ere positive that the road could be to complete. the collection within the car to the spot which took about i; percent. Issue of The Valley Gazette. These "
-.... .'completed within the $130,000: even rreserilK" period. In this particularMrs. five minut<>s. Then they took the boat'' You are, therefore, hereby direct-' I are for the merchants of Kissimmea
though; some of the certificates were Frinp says: and rowed out and asked the young ed to make your valuations'! and assessments CITIZENS SEE NEED (only who cheerfully took space'in
sold at 96. It was understood at that "To collect the sum of fifteen hundred man the precise spot in which Miss for the year of 1922 accordingly I the feature. More of the merchant
time that the state road department dollars and have \it deposited in I Copley disappeared and when that was raising or lowering the tax I could have been secured, but were not
would finish at least two miles of the I the bank by Saturday afternoon pointed out Farmer< dropped over the ,, valuation of the several clashes! of' OF A LONGER TERM I in when canvas was made. But wa
road should there be a deficiency to April 8, I at first thoi'ght would bfO'{' side of the boat and commenced to feel property by the specified percentumof !|did our best to see them all. These
complete the entire distance. This (I easy, with the aid of my a."oeiatl".1 I with his feet for the woman. the valuation for the previous ads will appear every Friday for the
.1 agreement was made by the commission That !I. why figured we were sure I Ir Then her body was seen from the year, as required by chapter 8584; IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS next twelve weeks. ,
t to E. L. D. Overstreet and Pat extending the terri. to the usual prow of the boat and Farmer dove fur Laws of Florida Acts! of 1921. ,,I A set of rules covering the feature
Johnston and the her and toward shallower be found in the centre of the '
record of that nine months. After c 'nvR "inlF for a' pushed her --- may
transaction stands. day or two I found I diet while there i j water and when he stood the body Bv this action it will be readily Chamber of Commerce Determined To page of ads which must be read carefully -.
1 The statement rendered by the con- were a great many u'llinft to pav for 1: upright, some six or eight feet from seen that while the mileage of the I Make Effort To Raise Two Thousand and adhered to. The return
traitois, through tI1i engineer inharge one nupil. cr two r up I", or even three wlft're she was found the water wasa (county may be decreased that action 'answer blank, which "you are to fill in: ?
'i I '"" , Joseph E. John *n, reads as pupils-, there we'f t one who oppos I Ied little more than waNt-deep. The body can be made and still have ample i Dollars to Continue Schools when the family sure it has found -
below: the ppiloct ; und i nless all citizens was quickly carried to shore whereevery budget; -there will be a decided increase I I I When the --i-'iI was made from the mispelled word, and after you<
L 400.000 brick (S> $4ii 25! ._$1 I8.5(>0.00 ran he united upon a proposition of means possible were used to restore in the amount the state will ) Mrs. Celeste report Fripp regarding her be- t. '1502,300 brick @ 47.25 28.4)8m! < this sort all effort/ are lost. There I life-but nothing' availed. As receive. The. order to the assessor'wad '' lief of the fruitlessness making the centre of the ,page. -
duplicatd to the county c6mmisioncrs !' anymore ...Now in. of the adson .
----- were those willing < i pay -and would i closely as could be efdhrmted the effort to secure tha needed two one Uw-'pa
1.002:100: brick delivered, including pay; these were t1) one especially interested I youngwoman had been under water on Monday-but it did not thousand dollars to lengthen there has been one word minpelfed "
\ freight .. _ 11,9fiM.HR who would contribute if they !, some twentv-night or thirty minutes. meet very extensive applause among the term of the necessary grade schools Intentionally< by the contest editor.- '
ira,;- Cement .u _. . . _ 0" 4S2, >' foil that they rou'J.' Some of those( i' Miss Copley's home was in South Carolina the member of that body-there month there was made the another The rules will tell you the ."eue"io',
Z Lumber ._ ___ ._ __. u 2,038:62 .upon, whom) I def,jndcd to assist inthe , where she had a widowed mother seeming to be an opinoin that be i i gestion at the Chamber Commerce sug- -locate: or assist you+to locate these
\1\ Side track: . . _ ._ 1.S03.32I I canvn. of the city could not re-I< and four younger sisters. As soon cause of the markets and the lack''I yesterday that another o(trial should words. To get them, read every ad '

4 Culvert - - - -- -- t1.9111 spend--.and for a limited force to attempt as the body could \be brought to Saint of demand for stork there shouldbe be given to gain this ,carefully, and do not fill out your anew;
J Pay roll. _-. ._ -- .. . - 8r! l2.4:1tv : to get not only the pledge* but l Cloud it was examined: by Dr. J. D. a I'sseninrather/ than an In- asserted! that it was a shame condition wer blank until 'each' member of the'
,1< County road gang incidentals the actual cash in hand, was out of I Chunn-who officially pronounced the creasing. I I II It when this city, and the parents \family has found the same word. 'So v
{_" and expense----- __ fl.004.G2Contractors reason. cause of her death. It has been stat 1 Nevertheless the assessor will be having pupils in school, could not take your time as you hare five days ;{
.' .10 percent__-_ 7.095.20 "It would be no difficult job to get ed that upon entering/ the water when forced to comply with the order which'' raise the small sum .needed and whenF. {to locate: them, prepare your .aloganf''
t 'ngineer's 3 percent_ __ 2,128.5ft thefirst five or six hundred dollars. Miss Copely was cautioned not to go will require an increase in round fig- ', C. Bryan and F. A. ;Nave each and get*your'.naw.rln' (See rules.),
: That could possibly be done in one out far lest she l he drowned, Miss uses of some $50,000 in the aggre- ,agreed to contribute $25 towards the .But one answer front a'family la allowed .'. M4
r ; tal.co,t of work to date $81.3f0.t4! day by u few of us. The pinch would Copley remarked that were it not for.' gate. Assessor Barber is in somewhat -"' total. there was .new life taken on. : and no employee, or the repre i
It will be seen there is no statement come in collecting the balance. FrAnk. her mother and her sisters she _.of a quandary as to 'where he .Chairman J. S. Cadel appointed sentive family of the employed of this
}' regarding the mileage completed \ Iv. I think It could not be done within "wouldn't care if'she was;" as if life can distribute ,the added quota demanded Charles J. Griffin, F. C. Bryan; H. C.. ,office. will be permitted to enter; ..' w
Y up to the date of the report-:-but the time limit.. Consequently I have held nothing sweeter or attractive. -but 'realizes that the order] Stanford\' Edgar Katz, and a repre no matter where you are" ,,. send''' in'
tr- it Is understood that it practically concluded to abandon the project for The entire tragedy cast a gloom over from the state official must be obeyed' sentatlve of The Gazette, as a come your answer., *-, '. .
''f.flYit and one-half miles. The road is this year. 'Possibly never again will the city-as Miss Copley was highly/ -and will conduct his work in accordance mittce to push collection for, this Each week you will have. on. mis.:, ."

fi ai'cost excellent one in every WR7f' such conditions exist as are at present appreciated by A large circle of friends. therewith., t. purpose, and ,It was made plain that :pelled word' ; hence you send*an ana
and if there shall be found later oi assailing all the counties in the -. the actual money, must be in hand ,wer in. each week for'32'consecutiveweeks .'
.
that. there has been ,any sighting In state in.regard to the lack"" of funds before the county school board can i Webster's dictionary baa been 'b
the construction the blame wttl rest in the treasuries of all school boards BEAUTIFY THE LAWNS RAILWAYS WILL AID act. I selected aa the,, book for, the proper
"' j!spelling of the word' .0' be ''careful
.\ upon the engineer. If tho iV.imato --at least I hope better provisionswill At the luncheon, which was largely' .
,
of five and one-half miles l-c correct be made everywhere, because the there W. what dictionary you us...
it will be seen that the road is rostCoutlnucd education of the children Is a most AT THE COURTHOUSE'THROJIGJHRRIGATION BY GIVING LOWERED attended MacMilliams, of was Saint present Augustine A I If you should happen to miss ,several

( on rage Eight) essential matter if this nation is' to candidate for congressman from the words do not. get discouraged,'
(Continued Ion 1 rap. Bight- i
be improved. I thank all who have fourth district-and he surely enjoy 'i .
thus far shown an interest in the ed his "feed." Later he was called'' --
THINK STRAWBERRIES project--but I'm going to let it drop. j[l RATES TO!! FLORIDACheaper to the floor by the chairman and,
Incidentally .be_ mentionedthat FAREWELL AND-HAIL-
: may | proceeded: .square-himself,_with-the[j -- :
;:; in many counties in Florida If City Will Donate Water County Rates By Railroads of The 1 world by making an excellent speech
WILL SURELY HELP these collections have been "put ov- I -solidly favoring a commission- ;
er" in a fine manner. Clearwater Will Install Sprinkler System on Southeast Win Tend To Bring'Homeseekere I manager form of government and i ii "BUCK' WAS PASSED"

collected some seven thousand dol- North Side Grounds :To This State i| telling what successes such methods j
lars, for instance and other towns '
"KISSIMMEE PAYROLL have collected almost equally large There is a portion of the courthouse Visitors to Florida thin | were; and urging those interested to', 'N-EW. ; '
summer visit Saint Augustine and learn of OVER TO BODY: ii'\
sums. In grounds that has a water supply will have ,
Tampa a different line of advantage of the most favorable the credit and respect which the aye- "
work has been taken-and that Is to and wherein It expected the railroad rates and privileges tern. the ----:..;:..- ..: -.
r Report of Committee Selected To possessed over old-style plan
have pupils in both the high and lawn will come along in good shape, :, ever granted by railroad officials' during of government. Old Council dose Its Business and ,
1 Consider The Strawberry Questionand graded schools pay a tuition fee. The and on Monday J. L. Overstreet.i' summer months and Florida now ||
i Another guest of note wan A. Steps Down: New Members Were
Make' Good Suggestions following will show plainly how the clerk of the courts brought; up the has been placed in the class of a year' Dickson, of the Orlando Credit E.j '
schools of Tampa are financially embarrassed I proposition looking towards an additional |around tourist state, in compliancewith ciation whose brief remarks Then Sworn lato OfficeAll ",
Every town must have either man : Every pupil in the city unit on the north side of the requests from the Florida De- -
that section the complimentary and to the point-and j members of: the city. council
ufacturing enterprises or a good surrounding schools was given a letter on Tues grounds styled velopment Board chambers of commerce \| he promised to-be. present at a later in
were place on Wednesday evenln't'when
producing country, to maker day to his or her parents, advising of the building. Mr. Overstreet and other organizations which''
meeting.
..progress and thrive. them of the fact that the school had drawn plans for the work have co-operated in furnishing information the Kissimmee Melbourne |i iI the closing aell.lon'.f the "old1 -
Factories and mining enterpriser board had ,no fund with which to which embraced eighteen sprinklers i about the attractive summer j I Regarding council was called to order. '.
Pat had
road Johrptbn to'
{ The bill of Pytes. z
'have strife and strikes thus often continue the schools through the so located that every foot of the recreational Mrs Clara M. .
advantages.
bringing on serious handicaps to the ninth month of the term, and asking space would be irrigated, and had, '\ >I I ;report that a force of convicts were for stenographic work connected with '
be immediately six
Following announcements by some to placed about the suit .
of the
his own initiative secured bids Maloney-Lupfer Cora-
where such upon '
town unfortunate conditions for a donation of $5 for each high
of the interested miles of Melbourne work
for the officials that they west to pany against the city of. Ki simm furnishing of the material
have ,
occur. We no record of school pupil and $3; for each child in
the installation and the would grant summer tourists rates both east and west, and declared the for $75,000, was presented and con
strike in but the completion ,
a growing strawberries grammar trades. It is estimatedthat '
'on their the
lines representatives of all' chairman of State Road Department sidered. .
thin The aggregate figure ramed ,
.of unit. After -
it affords one explaining
the the
i on contrary a pleasant $40,000 for the
{ necessary the lines in the Southeastern Passenger had on record as saying
gone reached the of
his sum 9401.48 and
to the ,
and line commissioners on
: profitable of industry that ninth month can be rained in this plans
Association were called to Atlanta the road In question was, no doubt, ordered .,,
Monday was paid. ,
those they proceeded: to bids. ''
brings good returns to engaged open
way. Approximately 13,000.letters t
for a conference on March 80 I the most' Important one in the state. I' A bill for
hi the enterprise, as has been were sent out. The bids were for the complete installment i secretary I $500 demanded as a re 4
proven
also was attended A. A. Coult I The commission had figured that It
by
wherever the and were as below: J, P. fond! who has -
***nas been properly truck-growing pushed. industry. MORE DIP IS COMING Kissimmee Plumbing Works-$218. I of the Florida Developement, had some three thousand dollars with been retained by the city in the suit
Board and the rates and which to make good l shoulders on the
Plant City is town W. B. Makinson Company4212.50. proposed being brought by an employe of 'the .. '
a wealthy
made in by growing very strawberries as FOR USE OF COUNTYAt Oxceola Hardware Company-$225.1 j privileges were agreed to by all the Dixie Highway through this county,I(!telephone line, through ni. attorney, f

many of out citizens can, vouch for. Upon motion the award was madeto officials. The rates were then tend and at the suggestion of Mr. John. Pat Johnston, because of injuries
having been among the and the meeting of the commissioners the W.. B. Makinson Company ered by wire to officials of all the other ton it may be possible the department !claimed to have been received by..com
growers
i seen what can be accomplished by a on Monday Leo H Wilson, county but the work will not be commenced passenger associations for basing will turn that amount over to ing in contact with an electric wire "r
i concerted;,: action well managed. There agent, announced that at the present until after there shall be an assurance purposes. The special summer tourist this county and let the work be done of the municipality, was ordered paid
is'no lack of ready market for strawberries time there were but five cans of dip from the city that there will be rate ticket will be on sale from as far as the funds will carry. aa soon aa sufficient funds shall be "
when grown in sufficient remaining in stock.: This dip is no charge made for the water used. May 15 to September 30, with final Reports were made by T. M. Murphy In hand. '
, ;L 'quantities to attract buyers.I bought by the county and disposed of This i lit along the same line that there return limit of October 31, based on regarding other'pertinent topics Councilman Cadel reported thatthi- ',.
i': KIsalmmee has the good land, es- to the consumers without profit- shall be no charge- by the city for the e1'cent lOt double one way of which he haft cognizance, and of repairs on the bridge>on the Saint
. h :pecially adapted to trucking and only bough making a lower rate than if amount of current used for the lighting standard fare, and will have stopover mooting which he. had attended. A. Cloud road within tile city limits had
U, .needs -men of brawn and brain to through the regular: business of the huge lamps about the privileges in Florida. The win- S. Nelson suggested the need of a been made I in excellent I mannerthrough N
I L briK,oat the products of the soil. channels. Dealers.do not, aa a gen- courthouse. ter tourist rate. now in effect will be new! and complete booklet--the previous the use of lumber:coating ?
[''f< For best results, drainage and water' eral thing care to handle the stuff- As soon as it shall have been available until April 80 with final return lot costing three hundred dollars $66 .09. This 'sum does not include
r_ mu$-bt'J rovided, yet Plant City ha* and there are no remonstrants against agreed upon by the city council that limit of May 81. being practically exhausted; whereupon the labor nor the ,nsila tior the. various :q
this method. it wa that the other. '
suggested
water shall be furnished things needed. .
without
,. jtopt few places that have any kind of any The subject of homeseeker ratesalso
% lVMgatlon, and we have instances As the season will quickly' be herewheq reimbursement, the tentative contract was discussed at the conference were not fully paid for. Aa the. county Dr H. Geiger reported the health '
there will" be a considerable for the paid about 9130 and the city>a like .conditions the city aa excellent- > "'
installation of the will .
$ inside,.
t re of 'our corporate system but the official. believed that with
quantity of this materialtused Mr. it is fair to but small
A 11 be made format sum presume a The clerk reported .the receipt of
limits where the limitations f
: is
; great success being now imposed on"such j
Wilson waa instructed to order '. _._ amount remain for the Chamber' topsyand
fifty
taxes for the previous month as f 1X,-' ,
1 \v;;;achieved without kind of -- - -- ---- -------------- where
Jrriga- rate I
they
[ ; any are effect requiring
five-gallon cans-which ,will be disposed I in event it i '
.
apparent
any
832.21 the im
?i-o'tiOJJ.:;' ?JJo let' us Into the'berry -thu. neglecting excellent at least five and receipt of. $27 aa
get :! opportunities to travel
of rates person "
at which will do that some publicity 1 Is sadly needed. pounding '
awaywith feea. ,
: '
t, .
buaineej aa quickly a* it can be done all, to the and 'I for advancing'the city' inter.eata. on one ticket having only a short ; -
profit county- ,.Arrangements. are to be mad. to H-Stanley.Bullock Appeared forva a
intelligently, and add :: the necessarydrainage will --b "aold salea make sale whenthe return prospective'settlers can ,; "
for spot cash to. thoserequlriagi receive .the w"Alls Florida Touriata. client who desired an extension of' .
|f,:I aa-we'can.and.'water'.. '.-..systems?-' -' ...as-- .rapidly ..-* .t.; :_. : y; : : f y public F. B.gets Dow the has habit.Just purchased the be limJf-:' more to com satisfactory at their con results who are to arrive hero I on the morning sidetrack to his placeof business. Thecity '' ?
of, Friday, April 28, with band, did the best it eOuld in that dV
ATh: sears men'who desire to en. TWO MORE HOUSES south 71.5 feet of the west 106.5 feet under the liberal condition .of luncheon .* and
.fezag'in.' : the 'growing of truck and of block F6 In the Robert Base addi the summer'tourist 'rate*. layout, 'many automobile reetion:, and granted'' U.e' concession"so ..M
*, and a committee will be at once far arc its rights concerned"
) Serriesv who are-not financially:able SOLD BY I BULLOCK tion. "This ,tract contains two ;resi -M-MMBMH HMWW M* ** : were
appointed to provide some sort of The council then adjourned sine die.,
r._rlaxarry on the work. Wo are inform ,' dances and. will be held as an Invest Where the cow is, there ii Arcadia entertainment ,. I .
i 1 ej. thai Plant City men.make. it'tk.trhiyigaall'wben .,Realty'tusinea*,appear ato: b 'pick* meat ' *". so>far..,. ; during; tho.two-hour I J. M. ,.Hansell, TJ N.' Clark, and A. i
Ilftoeaca'pr.alla there : :
Rr-,. ',. .mc-up." ... there frequent sale'' ; ,, B.' Gilbert 'were then sworn in''by
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anyone 1s made itth
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'twO ., THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY ,GAZETTE' FRIDAY, APRIL,. 1922 IJ

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r i AUDUBON SOCIETY BUSY HAD VERY ao'sE ESCAPEFROM 'MUCH" BELOVED WOMAN f t.

i 'The Florida Audubon Society adopted .1 BURSTING'CARBOY PASSES AWAY MONDAY[I, THE WATCHER l

A resolutions at their annual convene The Watson-Hall Manufacturing, Monday' morning at about six
g tion in Jacksonville) endorsing statewide Company's plant on Pleasant avenue, o'clock: there passed on the spirit of jJ. 4L'OJ
r tick eradication; ; local stock law; extension in the Graystono buildin!r(t Mrs. Jennie Rowel Rowell at her Ron -
, forest fire control and 'reforestation;, was" the scene of a terrlAo explosion home in Cape Breeze section of Kis TLe HenorThe
% i and conservation of game and fish. when simmee atthe' of :1l
Wednesday morning a carboy age eighty years, .:
Mrs.: Katherine B. Tippets, of Saint of liniment!' which was in the process seven months, and six days-:.-deceased state of 'New Jersey recently :
'' W Petersburg, re-elected president, was of being brought: into a state of per- having/ been!' born in .Skowhegan ratified 'the Eighteenth Amendment, I f 16 -
'' *"i authorized' : to 'appoint a committee, tow fection exploded!' with'such violence Maine, in 1841. thus becoming: the forty-sixth name I MIRROLAC
work for the desired legislation.,. /las to'be'' into tiny fragments Services were held at the late on our' nation' roll of honor. New
t The sound of the explosion home of the deceased! under direction Jersey was one of the wettest states '
"ONWARD TO ORLANDO" ,. was heard a half-mile away and of tho Thompson Undertaking Parlors in the Union, and the 'legislature that '
.; SAID THE NEWLYWEDS considerable excitement was shown Tuesday morning at ten o'clock, was elected just. previous to the war : 'S" /:\
by all within that radius. Rev J. G. Waggoner officiating; and persistently refused to ratify, but Furniture, Floor and 9r 1
di V Mrs Susan E. Marks, of.112 Vernon Fortunately no one was hurt by the the remains"were Intered in
; ,I avenue, north on Wednesday became flying] irlass-.-but several wns burned cemetery The funeral was heavily ; since our soldiers returned home has Woodwork Beauty it Only .....w000'
the bride of W.: J. Elmer, also by the liquid which wall widely spread. attended-largely by membera of the 'risen nobly to the occasion and, put '/' of an Inch Deep -"
j of this city. The many friends of the Among these was J. R. Hall a member Grand Army of the Republic and tho the name of their state- On that immortal 'k. ;.
p, i contracting couple were preparing,, fort of the flom. As an explanation Circle; the deceased having long beena roster that stands for decency .w time out of ten the only 'j "
i, : A serenade at n later hour but in of the affair it should he said that as member of the latter-named! or: and sobriety. This event effectually NINE between old and new y;n
1 rome manner the secret leaked, and this preparation is in the process of ganization and her 'husband, who died disposes of the rummies' rant furniture, !floor and woodwork Is the 1J.
__Mr_amL Jilra. Elmer left KissJnirnee. formationthere- isa...ir.".eo"Usub---ten-years-previous,havingbeen'about' prohibition-baine--impossible- condition of ttiethin finishing coat one ' -..
f r for, Orlando. stance which gathers on the surface an active member of the first-named. l our boys had been "at home when the e the wood.
1t is that Many of the older1 amendment was voted on. f ;
-and possible the rarhovway citizens attended (
r Sayan thousand ppnpla were killed, Look about you I How many unap 'If,: .
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r hnv boon filled to a-higher. thfi funeral and followed.to the ccmo-- .. % In home 1.. +
j to.eelaled thing your v.--
{ crossings in J921.---- estwurouil-
tt grade
. point than usual. tery where other services' took nIR..e.There nothmgwrongwiththemotherthane ; ;J
nr The company is very active at this was a wealth of floral tributes few.scratches and Mains on their Ji! t,
-- time and the orders for the floods given by loving friends.Mr. I! It is reported that away down in surface! '
and and Mrs. Lowell |northern Patagonia where the Andes
? apnlicatlons for stock are being came to Flor- I Restore their and
KISSIMMEE PLUMBING SHOP mountains to off ?' brightness beauty _
begin taper they
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received more rapidly than they can a century af''O'and' some with a coat of Devoe Mirrolac. Its i I '1
be filled. thirteen settled in Ktsaimmee. | have seen a strange creature of mam- '
years ado high lustre sparkling gleam and 1 t'
t I Dr. K. n. C. Watson has made the Some time since a niece, Miss moth proportions disporting itself in r" l Wonderful color will make you proud : ': ,
Nothing Too ,Big !I announcement- that stock in the company Lena Lord l. came from her- home irraco lone- of the Jakes. All agree that it is of them agAint w; ti '

6 which has been !sellinrr': : at tenJlollars ? ,* Maine to care for her aunt big, and has & neck about fifteen feet Divoe Products are time-tested and :
Nothing Too Small long built after the model",] of a lIandI -
share will be increased! in during the declining and M159Lord ( Ill---
a years- proven, backed by the 168 year experience " },' Ifj.
i -r-- price on April 15 to twenty dollars was with her at the time of I hill crane's: ; that its head is small and .- 111111 of the oldest paint manufac ":;1
'-so great is the demand. Many of Mrs. Lowell's death. i lit wears a continual smile. Some callit turing concern: in U.S.Founded 1754. :i;
i; All Work GuaranteedTo the more progressive residents of a plesiosaurus! some a glvrctodon, .
Ktfsiminee have availed themselves while others say they noli1' know "
Be Satisfactory 'of the opportunity of "getting'in on Wealthy Widow Would I I what in thunder it in. It is 'probably! \ tl W. B. MAKINSON CO. :::1

-- the ground floor" and, possibly, others some primeval monster left ovr from
will hurry to follow suit. i Wed Again a pust jjeolotric l age, with a bulletproof Line r Lines 'a '
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15 Broadway Telephone 143. I I hide and a mean disposition.A inIn111f0 tI
Children who have "Now" "that my stomach trouble has I I party of scientists have alreidy I Atffied. Carried t
4 p ___ .._ .._._..___7 ........ sickly and peeviRh. A worms dose or are two pale of lOt dh'apPl'nn'd'sine... taking a cours,:; started to explore the reptile's\ habitat I llALiigui? Here r JHere ,i''J:'<7 I

1k White's Cream Vermifuge will clear of !Mayr's Wonderful! Remedy I would and as a pr!',-auticn have arm<,-i 'rt,
? them out and restore roy cheeks and even considni getting' married attain. themselves with large caliber rifle TYO

} 1 cheerful spirits. Price, 35c. Sold byJ. I cannot tell yrti how terribly I suf- ,, to guard against! any accident in case .
\I Bowen's Grocery Z. Koberson. ** fered before taking this great reme the old plesiosaurus gets: gay and
dy." It is a simple, huimless preparation tries to drive them from his little

PERTAINING TO CHURCHES that removes the cut irr'u': lake, claiming that he got there first. _ n _ __-
mucus from the intestinal tract and
i First Baptist Church prncticnlly all stomach liver and intestinal Kiuimmee In The Movies }4{4vv7 }S ?ti-SS4 >v4J-04i. ; l
General Line of Groceries, ailments\ including appendicitis. ::
a Rev. J. A. Button D. D., Pastor. One dose will convince or money Kissimmee has broken into the ;,N+r'

and Vegetables \ refunded. J. 7.. Roberson and movies. Her chief! attractions have .
All welcome the '
are to following Women Must Register .
j services' at the church-house on Sun- druggists everywhere__ I the been use photographed of future and generations.canned up for A l r.
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9:45: a. in.-Sunday school.] S. L. WOMAN'S CLUBBy ''other day and turned the trick in fine
I> fRff DELIVERY i Lupfer Jr., superintendent.. Classesfor 'shape and with it. I
got Amongthe
nil ncres. 'Join the nnstor'K clnas. I j away If Would Vote
subjects listed are a panoramicview
11:00() Sermon the pastor' I'
a. m.- by
Phone 102 Mabbette Street lasting." forty-five minutes.. "|ndcbtednesS. Mrs. Paul Stanley principal of the buildings whole, city the close Chamber ups of of 1.hey f fIT t :;

Tuesday afternoon at the Commerce fire clepartmnt in action
| fir.10; :: p. ni.-.B. Y. p, U. ]live song House the regular monthly meetingof Ch.pU-r I''Woman's Clubsalso" in nrti-MiV thoi ffi
service. Dr. B. L. Wilkerson
i .iNt. pres- the Woman's Club was heldMrs.! ,i city council and the fire whistle Eachof i
+ W. B. Makinson, first the subjects were taken for
vice-prf-ulent< a spatial
.. I 7:30 7:30::: p. m..-Sermon by. the pAstor piesiding. There was an unusually ,purpose. The panorama to advertise WILL BE NECESSARY FOR ALL WOMEN: WHO I ? ,:
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ea' large attendance and all seemed enthused far and wide the beauties of t .
I mceCI1 <. and interested. Following our fair city; the Chamber of Com- WISH I TO PARTICIPATE: IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION '
Free seats and -welcome to
rY imports of the officers and committees merce at lunch was taken for t\v> i
n. 7"i I'' strangers: 1i > ns well ns those who belong Mrs. Alex Akemantote reasons first to show that there wa- TO BE HELD IN JUNE TO REGISTER REGARDLESS : *. "** ;;'
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y I chairman of research and wvi.sion, an awful lot of good eats in Ii2! and
1 r ossso 'he's' '0.e..:: I A church\ of the l-ible and for the road a very interesting and instructive second, to prove that our leading cit. X OF I IHE FACT THAT THEY MAY HAVE REGISTER 8'It's ;, ,\

pl'o"I" paper on "Election Laws." Asa izens ate their pie with a fork. TlieWoman's ; if f,
ti RemarkableBook I! Special music both services. ED FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION IN 1920. DO NOT i'L
-__ : rejrtirt fiom the art committee Club was taken to give: Hdnb If
_ -that will make your Christian Church Miss Frances Bay, chairman, exhibited of color to th. ftcc of t'-inpr! : c FORGETFULNESS fY ;} ,
IT home more bonutiful.; some wonderful' reproductions of and the City council for the purpose ;r. BUT REGISTER:: NOW. ) .

,FrOO more valuable: prepaied Rev J. G. Wajrconer, Pastor statues made by ,Laredo Taft, "lie of of.......{come to think it isn't apparen' ; : ;'
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MAY LOSE Y L'R01
by experts; worth thousands or dollars the famous sculptors of the dry She why they should take our council unless ;
to those owning or planning 10:00: a.m.-Thp bible school meets., was assisted in explaining and exhibiting -but let thnt pawl! Well anyhow i
flor homes.! Shows what to plant Subject: "Thp Lord' Preserves Jonah." these reproductions by Miss the idea is an excellent one and i EDGAR D. KATZ :.,.
and when 10 plant It. Adds to moneyPAIUOO'lourhome. Good teachers. Great lessons. Come Gertrude Lawson who in a very vou may look for The Watcher ,>n a
; \ li'sourTKOI'-! study with us. pleasing manner, read the couplets bald-headed! seat every time the pictures Supervise! of Registration., ,"ti
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BOOK and It's I 11:30: a. m.,The minister preaches from some of the classic writers are shown here. I
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t : FREE.. Write tor it today "The Resources cf a Christian. which inspired Taft to make. these -- --- 0 .. "H"__ ++4M1odl'++4'+4404044+4
REASONER BROTHERS 7:30:: p. m._- !Sermon.:; Subject: statues. The report of tliii committee SEVERAL CASES HEARD
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+ Royal Palm Nurseries I"The" Question find Answer of Pente- was unique and was very entertaining !I IN MUNICIPAL. COURT ..

:, ,, Box 1C7,Oneco, Florida ,cost.6:30: m.-The call and instructive to the club. Numerous small have been
: p. young people The by-laws and constitution were: cases
an Endeavor. meeting: and. all are in- read and adopted, and a vote of before the municipal court this week,
vited. thanks given the nominating commit for "adjustment.-'Monday Hen- .oO" .
I 7:30: ..p.jn..-W!'lnepJay.!' prayer tee.I, 'composed of Mesdames Rober ;ry Bryant and Fannie Davis were I
_ meeting. Subject] "Dedication of ,son and Boice, for" its work. I I heard charged with disturbing the o
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; di AsINn I'I The Child to The Kingdom." .j j The entertainment committee then ) p.are.Karh "'e')ded not lI'uiltv..but ,
!' All ,.members expected: : to be present took charge of the program. ,, Miss the court decided after h"!irinPv'Hp"re ?- tin
and be hosts to cordially welcomeall Elinor Rosen in her usual !| that f'Pch was guilty to the
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[ EATREJr strangers and friends to all serv way, read: "I've Got to go to pleasing School, extent of one dollar and to each fine
ices. and Saint Saens' "The Swan" was was added another dollar for costs
rendered with wonderful Rebecca' Johnson, charged with Using J
FRIDAY, APRIL 14 SL John's (Episcopal. ) Church Miss Margaret Branson. technique by profane language, was declared not WRIGLEYSrr j wr !
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J, I The election of officers, by its Aus- guilty. ;
.' Rev. L. II. Kirkby, Rector tralian ballot resulted as follows: ()-> Tuesday Ralph Cooper was

9:45 Church school. Mrs. S. B. Aultman president; Mrs. found guilty of being drunk and disorderly -
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and a fine of $25 was affixed ..
Paul Stanley, 1st vice-president Mrs. '
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10:00 m.-Adult Bible class.
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,.... JUPICTUREYOUWILL + A. W. Bailey, 2d vice-president; Mrs. with costs placed $3-with an al- II.ti' .
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a. m. .Morning; Prayer
ternative of thirty days in jail. J. L tr
Haynes Brinson, Miss Liz-
:(.1 secretary;
Sermon. Subject "The Savior'sTriumphant
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REMEMBER Reeves, apprehended for riding ><'.
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; zie Donegan, treasurer, Mrs. GertrudeL.
Entrance Into Jerusa-
LONG AFTER OTHERS lem:" Katz corresponding secretary; bicycle without a lamp, forfeited dollars.his '' f"II f--'
bond of two
appearance ,
ij f Each Wednesday afternoon at three Mrs. Paul Stanley reporter. Pearl Johns, arrested for reckless .. f; :
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ARE FORGOTTEN.
I After the result] of the election was
o'clock there will be a meeting; at the driving, stated that he was looking
residence of Mrs. Thomas Hornsby, announced Mrs. S. B. Aultman presented for assistance for his sick child_nd
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aL vr2 2.2zfr 121 Drury avenue, south, for mission; two lovely bunches of roses- q's 1k'
his and he
r The same afternoon Lenten one to Mrs. IL C. Stanford, the retiring plea was accepted was ex- ;
study f .
cused.I
'7 if lrtw+ji services will be held at .five o'clock president and the other to
in Saint John's church. Mrs. W. B. Makinson 1st vice-presi- I you cannot give anything else,
On Good Friday there will be divine den, who during the year on account ive a smile and a word of cheer. :,'"
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y, I It' worship at 10:30: a. m. of the illness of the president, has L! _
been so untiring in her efforts and !,
Christ's Church I] done such wonderful work on behalfof t "' '#

( Pentecostal) I $the club.Delicious J" THE FORUMHERE I 1A ije plc- ; ..

Corner Brack and Oak Streets j refreshments of punch aDOUBLE '"
I,and wafers were served by the hos- i hea.PC'perm ::01.,
R. I). Walker!' Minister .l tesses Mesdames Cadel, Dale and h \'
Ft Parsonage Rear of Church. Phone 326 Harper, and a pleasant 'social hour IS THE ANSWER 3e 4lljlii'f' J +r nt '

} was enjoyed. J[a..ket over I'ep
Inh.r-I Editor of The Gazette:
10:00: a. m.-Sunday school. j;
rennin[
There's The conditions of the conundrum gam
a pleasure in being cranky ,
national lesson. Classes for all i ;{:
ages. in last week's issue of The Valley Gazette
I that only a crank con know. '
\ 11:00: a. m.-Divine bible worship. ser-I are fully met by "The Whale." ?y 1ayyLAwrYi,4Y.; !.
mon. Special teaching!
: 7:00: p. m.-Divine worship. EvanI Anlweringspeciftcally- ).. ;
I I VITALITY! (a) The whale was created before '
gelistic Message. Inspirational SingIng 1
Adam. See Genesis chapter 1, vers- r
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7:ISO, p. m.-Thursday, Praise. Tes .
b The whale's is
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timony. Preaching VITALITY! without legs feet. 14
arms or or
t Everybody cordially invited to all I /' '
Sugar Jacket just
services. 'Come." "Be. ((3)) When Jonah was swallowed a ,;
"Pray.
t 1 ,. I r I fr lieve." soul was put in the whale which was "melts in your mouth :
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taken from it when Jonah was de
jr er. EXPENSIVE-'- FEVER VITALITY! livered, and, ''without arms or feet or l then you get the delec- f

TICKS soul,"it journeys on from pole to t table gum center. t,#oY
A few cattle' fever ticks will cost pole. '
the United States government more You Most Have It To Keep'Your Job, ((4)) By its death "thousands of And with WrideV-. three old tl

than the value of diamonds of same Your Friend, Your Happiness people see great light" when they. use standby 'also affording friendly ;

',)J site and weight, if the recent recom- I sperm oil. aid to teeth, throat, breath, appetite ;h,
mendation of the senate committeeon Thousands of thoughtless people ((5)) Having Ito conscience ""no and digestion. ",,;
,.. claims, is included in appropriaI needlessly let themselves run downin right or wrong can it conceive, or ,
tions. The bill is for $ &, I health. The day comeswhen, witha fear of death, etc. 'f Soothing thlret- uend nc. LYAj p
payment for cattle killed in Kansas in |' terrible shock, they suddenly realize That is "a whale of a conundrum"Mr Making the next cigar (
1919 by cattle in pasture into which that they are permanently broken Editor. Now give us a harder taste better. 4; "

i aj shipment of cattle from Fort Worth in health. For your own sake keep one.VALLEY iQ _
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yards ,were placed. well. If you feel weak or run downor : READER. j a % ,0 .
The cattle were dipped at Fort do not sleep well
or are nervous
(Note: During manv past
Worth according to regulations, but I and have a poor color, don't-wait untilit the editor of The Gazette years has pub- \L ( k
evidently one or more female ticks 1;; is too late. Gude'i PepJto-Mangan lished fully a dozen times the conundrum
survivedand later Dropped to the taken with your meals for a few alluded; to'- but has never 1'
ground In a Kansas pasture, laid eggs 'weeks will restore your good' health, before found a woman who could! give
I which hatched and the little
cattle
give you renewed strength and vitality
so lucid a reply-and one which was
fever ticks transmitted the fever protoplasm for your daily work. The healthy
correct in all details.-Editor.)
I II" s I into blood of their hosts, killing life I.i the only happy life-do ,not let
t large numbers of the susceptible it slip from you. For thirty tearsCode's A torpid liver needs an -overhaulingwith } te
I cattle. Such, experiences .result in Pepto-Mangan has been helping Herblne Its benefits are 1m. -
. drawing the ,quarantine lines tighter I people who were run-down back mediately apparent. Energy take
'.,.. ....". '-r-4" ...-" around all tick' fever quarantined ar. 'to good health. It was made famous the place of laziness, appetite returns, .
;4.' : ,, eas. r I I by. the medical profession. Sold by and the hour of rest bring with it a s

lor THEDAY': '" I I druggists in both liquid and tablet sound, refreshing sleep Price, 60c.

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\:I I1 C One lot of Patent Leather Ankle Strap Pomps- $2.49 13 BUSINESS DAYSTREE '

. ''Iq. ,,' Regular price: $5.00' ( ( ; to close them out. ,- - Unbleached Muslin 36-inches wide yard_______ ge
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Tissue Ginghams, in all the new shades, yard__----
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1 ." \. D' Tissue De Luxe yard____________________u___. 22c
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L'y! ;'J'f-t $1.50 Silk Hose: That good brand Joan of Arc____ 98c
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.,. :t,' .'::-". people.to enter our store' White Waists in Voile and Organdy_______--____. 89C, .
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This is a big one: Men Army Officers' "' oil-Saturday morning, ,
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rr' Army Pants, pair __ .________________________ 75c.A. ;
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One lot of Solid Leather Work Shoesi! ______.._ .. l .
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89C ,I door and get. your ticketat Large Galvanized.Wash Tubs __________________ 79c. ". \ r
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-' Blue Overalls. with ApronsBalbriggan __.:_.:____ ..-.....,.. :..:.--- . -- -:- --
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t; ,. Underwear for Men. garment.' _____.:.:.. 39c merchandise while the season . Taffeta in Blue and Black, best grade_____::______ $1.39
is on and not wait until the: spring .r

t buying is over. Remember
't Me.'. Pajama Check Union Suits $1.00 value, for 69c. Men's Socks pair ____--_________--__________ tOe
i I I Our Stock is New and Complete

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J Everything on sale at Special Prices During .
Farm Beach Pants _Y.------------------_-- $4.29{ Caster Sale. ', Men's Handkerchiefs _____..;.___________________ 5c i
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REMNANT COUNTERBe VOILES and ORGANDIES '
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sure i and visit our Remnant Table. It is* filled New lot of Voile and Colored Organdie Dresses cd

with bargains. DOLLAR. LIMITSTORE just received for faster Sale. I


EXTRA SPECIAL EXTRA SPECIAL x

?' 200 Pain White) Silk: Hose for Ladies : Boys' Knee Pants
G W. PERSONS COMPANY
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gr' 4 Limit 2 Pair.-.:.to Attdmer.- KISSIMMEE- .. FLORIDA No Limit 'to These '

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; 11SISIMMEEALLEYAZETT1! ( THERE I : are thing about the, law And the practici POLITICAL C'OtUM", ,pf the nomination t registrationsubject present June ,primary to tny the ham office..to to"the of the.''..... : !

of'law which the common people-the great mass of the II don of the voters In that
I have been
uaLJ8NKD) KVKRT FRIDAY exactly understand, or. under For sixteen yeses '
cannot school
2 C0111'ANY'KJIISJMJt.Htm. ordinary folk*- man of the county I 1
H1881MMIBM VALLEY QAZKTTK for the conclusion: t in herewith thankingmy "
BT TUB: moral reason ;
1 FLORIDA ftanding. can see no friends who had such belief
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r :. .. __ -. :- ,- ... _- reached. ability. It nominated for the
T '. - : murder of the Semi FOR CONGRESS supervisor of registration of
:W. B. HARRIS President Take a* an example the recent ;:r/L' county I. promise that tmy ;;:
L. & K. (L VANS ,. .ONEW, Bpcrelary)' Tigertail. in Dade county. 'Every iota of 'evidence ,will bo just as thorough ss In : :
note. Jack
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Editor '
I hate'so Ions
THOTtNUTKH. sltloii
// "Wj L. -- was against the murderer.; Veder: in fact. there Fiortt Co.twsional District if Florida j preolnte tho support. V of ny
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R"TJi:" made to show the culprit dd: no (1'I..n4" W. C.:
1I.1.tC"I..O! attempt V V
really no
4 _____ _.....________._.." -_. ._.-_,..1.,0'0One was evidence of Seminole whosi. :
Your. a
E. One Copy, One. _... .. .... ..... .. 1.00 commit the murder-the W A. :MaciIIIams I ...
Mix Month...... _. .- -:. -- ..... _. ...._.t.
Copy "
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One.Copy. ,.Three. Month...______.__. __-.-.':,.. ; .- word is never, questioned being : '
\\, .i.'uw.' i .1 ,Floilds' But Veder ha been granted a new trial-and because T hereby announce myself.. a.
Hnlere4 at .tin PoMofflo* at Klsslnimee, ... rtnt" for lie office of . .
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; second-class tn.It.r.) because. the jury brought in - --- . OHceolu county.
i. HI .. jo. of what) Simply .' ../.I.'r.Uoll of : !
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(__ __ ---.- charged"--lailing to state': the 'de lo I the action of the
; corKmpond of "guilty ,
verdict as
communications 1I"t from authoilsod InRr)'. Your vote and support (
; All ents must .be' darned by the writer. gree" of the murder. There was a recommendation for I .pprecluted, c vr.KOU .VVV : ;

.: Rejected matter wIll be returned- If called for I mercy which automatically carried with it a knockout of V "
of life imprison 'NTV C'01IUII"'O :'>
and the substitution < Ol
punishment
., I For.l Advertising R' >r.. nt.tlv: capital \V. are nnllioilsi'd In I
LThEAME.RICANPKE3AS3OCIATION I ment. of 10}. U U ) ":
Ionic
: \ the silIines5'of the law. The intention 01 .Neldidetfor. ; r..-il..cllr.n to \ : i?
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I FRIDAY APRIL 7, 1922 the jury was, no doubt. excellent. The verdict was the lHtricl Huhlnrt. t.f IhA action I
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;::LJ : : ::: - .. - -only ohe-lbal could conscientiouslybeengiven.Thi ..lected. . \\.. iiiiMlirfn; Ilie KHiite. < 11
for "murder." and the members of the< In hi" ,.Iul ,'.. .(.itlilch t.08 ,,,,
indictment was ..hnracloi lEeil I hl'Is Incumbency.I 4
jwy found-th*< Pie prif>ner win "guillyJitjchjyEtdJFirst -

THIS WHr[ second fourteenth or even twenty.aeconddegreemattered i"Olt c'ot1': ."V VoI ji "' I 1.
fOR hcievilth, nnaeitt my
THOUGHT :
{ BIBLE had decided that Vedei "
not Jo those men; they I candidate foil nomlnntIon for Hel.1.'J ."

had committed murder--just as the indictment statedsod tIn rirst of l>ConnlfommlnsUiner I..trl'I', .subject to the.

sil. they said so. Then. as is frequently the case the ..!<>" nf the voters at tho ."", : '
SATISFY-lIc that loveth TuewdiM Jon' A
g ''y RICHES DO NOT |nlmaron
; lovet.h jury added a recommendation for mercy. nntlve of this lount". .nd feel
: ver shall not be iiatified with silver; nOl" he that The lawyer for the defense was clever and tactful fully \undcrKtatid I nil 'Its 'l': :
.._ __ ,_ wit.h Jncreale tbIe. Js lIill9 vanyW11en! started i jiroinlH<*_niv elTorts
: abundance detail about the trial--looked for ev> ooiicluctliiK. Vhe rounty nlTalrs
.
,1 hie innidevery V .
them and .. .. 1
Increased thRt eat : toi I hHe no "
'! good Increase they are which his client could be aided. Morally iness wn) the .
the loophole by telesis. to M<*I--c-xcvpt
.- what good jll there 'wit.h Uo the their owners eye-Fcdesiatei tJiereof savinw 5:: cry lie knew as did all others that his client was guilty, jfF use-coin of .vcry. 'county lIM II!,. wniiniii.I will "C..114.- I
ot them
I bplongings wedge -technicality which might of the vntcis. 1
,,, but there was a mere support :.IK, SII \
10.11. be t uied to pry open the case once more and trust to 8 -
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new jury to reverse the findings FtIt (lit :\'rv (

HOW THC GOVERNMENT I1CLPSri used it and the county will now be put to the expensef I ,,111L <'I)1"t.) .lInt..ror ...-... ..,. j' .
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trial. the nfllti- f Countv ) ""
f another .. !
k WHEN vegetable production! at any one point be. It is precisely such affairs as' this which create a i I l l1.'i.u.c>l.trlct intl S'o i<' r'llmni\3. eul.je.I'. nnd I If 1 ci, I Iproinle. '

"of con iderabje proportions the government I step! for the law and the courts. The failure to ask .. to 'j tomes: .ontempt: UH. I vlui\: III ihV lnIntV ;
in and expresses its willingness lo aid in any reasonable I a i man to name (he county in which he resides--.a ivronfnitial o.tc'4fVFThl

manner. Thai 1 i ill one of the reasons why Ha si ings has in the name of a witness or a juryman--a misplaced 1 I I iipiersappaIv. from fft. Jolmn <.ouvI" KOU I 01 XI., t..... .. %.. I ':',
with but little ex- for which INIHI-IIH)7-IUOU-I" I- ,
t .ecured such an enviable reputation colon or comma all these little things ly I..I..I.C. I VVVV ..,
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has been such ant taken .iftr:,. I 1 Jim IIundlolllio foi. I
t there .
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that why this season would answer --are ,
per e: is :commonsense provide an easy !Cr..r .1IM Dl.lrlrl ibitlfHi3.iiiITtslIai.4l. rnr tin ;tioHltlmt or (iniit\ "" '

_)________ increase in acreage above that of laM year the official as a basis for the granting of a new hearing, or an ap- : I.r.t. !$' <-..!. IfUII. ei rl,-fiom<>.tin<...*>l,fourth. (-11I1),ommlB' aul I >.jiil I lon i
I t.
of .
7- figures being given at 24.800 acres. This entire acreageis real to the higher"cuort for a reversal. Ordinary people To the While Democratic Voter dei l III"liHi or the .lt."mtx mile I j.IVI ,
J other places' having taken is pleased. the District: Have resided in thin Tucmlaj. June is not. of coime at Hastings such actions V the defendant'alone cuuntunil \ "'
; t leipise district for more than .17: years, and d.ol I of t his .. \ )
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create :
another
and to nhi
; /. an interest in potato culture striving And he should be. know its needs. ; will bring to the discharge t half n voarii of my I first t""In .." it ,
but of .
potato centre - several of them in fact, I Edmund Burke born in I 1729 and recognized as a of the duties as your Representative I of the school .board I 1><'lt< ve

t .Haitingj a bulletin sent out by the government says: naster statesman. V orator. and author is quoted below: in Congress thaC manifested attention in,.I[the whole. needs. and of I l>.rll Oiueolit M..-. ..li... that ,"
and t
elficiemcy energy brnellt to
As heretofore a field station of the United We are tenants at will of these gentlemen my 20 years' service in the Florida td an 1 a can whole prow mill a to all. the |> i '" ,.
thank
States Department of Agriculture will be maintained (judges and lawyers) for everything; and a meta Legislature. 1 look upon the positionof the for an county exprennlon I will of ,.0"tI.I.*nc. '
i enlarged ..
, at Hastings for the purpose of keeping the growers physical quibble is to decide whether the greatest Member opportunity of Congress for greater as an service to -and 1 will Mppri elate H a_ .H 1;
conditions port.
t and shippers informed of daily market villian breathing shall meet*his deserts or escape the people. It will always be my am- ,' ---- V

: t : and prices in the large consming markets to which with impunity -or whether the best man in the so- bitlon and desire to merit your confidence ..4.4V4)4-+.4'+-+44e+*....4.4 .OO.++. .4*.4O4 ..t *o*+. ... .. ..
advices regarding
and
Florida potatoes are shipped. Daily ciety shall not be reduced to the lowest most and support. Respectfully i
j, f shipments to market from other producing sec despicable condition it affords. In a word.. my lord. _W. A. Mac Williams.. EISELSTEIN BROTHERS-FUNERAL DIRECTORS

--:, tions will also be available. This information will the injustice delay. purility. false refinement and FOR NI'ATR ATTOHNK1 Ii 01K WORD TELLS'V"XCJEJ OUR STORY:

:: enable the distributors to regulate shipments so that affected mystery of the law is such that many who State Attorney I S i
for
be properly I am a candidate .. .,.._..t
I, the demand ;in the varioua markets\ can live under it come to admire and envy the expedition for the Seventeenth Judicial' Circuit ofFlorida C-.I. er & KISAIMMKB
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In the democratic ... Pbea
-. met. simplicity and equality of arbitrary: judgments.Another ,,primary to succeed June iiijaelf.5,' 1 si:. I 'have 43" Hr..4wa7, "enter .- - - - - _. & .. .. .. &. .. .
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With jour endorsement ( -
faithfully
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Florida produces the firs; new potatoes to appear on of the intricacies of the .high courts which nerved you I will continue to crflcleqt- rIy. ..O..toO.OOOq..OI..tOO..OO..O.

Eastern markets. There is practically no competition and be easily soled by the common people is the promptly.' and uprightly me discharge devoting .- -- .
cannot
hate given .
a ; of. Last 1945 carloads that the legal the I trust you and experience as I '"
the is readily disposed year It may be possible all such talents '
crop sentence proposition. the .
I- were marketed. The quantity.woul have been much profession may assert that .it is not the business of the Co...and... to protecting.ustat.tngand theInteleats;, enforcing of the

'tv., larger had not excessively dry weather affected .vhe yield. common people -numerous as they are-to understand I state and the my people record.of I ask my and circuitReljtiiK will INSURANCETHAT ,

: In 1920 more than. 3345 carloads were marketed. New professional ethics and all that sort of stuff; at the same appreciate upon the support of the of democratic the-

York is the largest single market and received 615 carloads has privilege to wonder and remark A boy. veters, men and women.
time one a circuit'
received 250 cars; Chicago bread-value ten J08KPH H. JONE8.'! PROTCTSSERVICE
Philadelphia of
I last steal loaf
F: year. hungry and destitute a Orlando, Florida !;
Pittsburg 105 can; Cincinnati 100 cars; Balti- for three months. An"bfficial V
,141' 1 ,cars; rents. He is sent to jail ATTOHNBV
'k )more6l cars. Primary destinations of the entire crop steals a couple of hundred dollars-- ;he goes to jail fora ron SlATE" __ I,

I"umbered] more than 65 cities. A banker steals a couple hundred thousand dollars I am a candIdatetor' for the the SeventeenthJudicial offlce ofRtte

_. V;, The larger portion of the crop it marketed by dis- year.- -he goes scot free. A governor robs his state of a AttorneY Circuit of Florida, subject be held lo \ THAT SATISFIESLUBFERSNJNSURANCE

. ributoron, a 5 percent commission. The distributors half-million--he. too. goes! free receives the plaudits of the entocratlc 6, 122 Primary to.

d' 'ba..'selling contracts with the growers in consideration ,' all his constituents. and will probably be re-elected to his June I r"su..ctfully Democratlo wollclt the voters vote a,4support ofOseaula. J

!: . ;: 1of.. v.nCCl made 4(00. seed and fertilizer during the posi.tion--ar to another just as good. Yet to criticize the of OraiiKe the and Lake Counties.I'| l.d te 1 AGENCY. V'V
the V nominated and appointed . ,Jr '\
If V V V
.-. ,. ..., :esr season.POULTRY V actions' of the'courts, either:verbally or through press.I the people of this circuit a.faithfulperformance V : V #o+
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.1 . L.J.L.J._. to of the ofitce.it. I e4oos444Oo pts e
' V e a." or of the duties .e000seeoesesoso+osc e
:W: : ;: ti: i is.styled l "high treason; an. may 18nu ID"e .sp' 1". MAn urn JIJ. . ---
,; INDUSTRY, OF; GROWING. IMPORTANCE llie'writer in"jail for' a long .term. ', I --- -V-- -V V V V V V \ ..

Y "{ '.. V And all of this is why the proper heading' i is used on ::- -- 'V-V.- : ,. .1

: V '1''J. ,, EACH year ,there! is 'a growing interest throughout this article. V'* l, J. ",\::V t ,I" f """ ' ")vfc'I : i "

; $,, (', 'A the.score'entire of,country yean ago inthe?the i poultry producing business of poultry was conducted and eggs. EVERY CHILD SHOULD LEARN SWIMMING GpTMef, tlit.n a ,....J I..v"'.....;. Plow tin grtatist ..,....."is "',1.- i"A.*.r**\

i- 1 ';'Jarply"on" the "hit or mitt plan"-although there waseven V 1
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V V / than in preceding that SOMETIME without doubt there will J be added to :
'. being a greater interest years
V &r :,period., Now comet state control of poultry hatcheriesV - the curriculum of every school the art of swimming : ; The men who make it

',introduced in Wisconsin that state which has. led the entire and there will be an ifisistance that immediately the fourth "
which promise to reached the child must learn to swim. There !{
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in various improvements--- grade is
country i
:,V become: wide-spread. will be the same marking on the report cards for that V are just as proud of / /
is
-Possibly there no
S : Wisconsin desired to improve the quality of poultry accomplishment as for any study. V

V __ V V i-to breed those,strains which were the greatest in egg- form of athletic diversion so essential as swimming. There

I ; 'producing' point*-realizing that unless the grower could will be many instances where that accomplishment may ?
_p there would not only in cases where there is da :r
carry a line of poultry that would pay a profit be put to excellent use--
t' 'be a lessening of the industry. Therefore because of themenace personal danger but where there are those in danger because 4i.4.

,-, V ., ; ,c to the industry through the sale of young chicksof of someuntoward condition.

:, of inferior Quality and breeding the State Department of Had.the knowledge of swimming teen general there

V ; 'Market and the poultry department of the University of would have been no death to record at Alligator lake

/ ,.Wisconsin' have established regulations and requirements last Sunday. Immediately the unfortunate young woman ,

t ;4 .' V t 1 \'for hatching flocjts and for hatcheries, and those that fill dropped from sight there would have been four adults V

V : V the requirements and live up to the regulations will be' stripped and diving for the water's victim: ; yet those V

4 'I V V known a* "Wisconsin Inspected and Accredited Hatch- grouped about were powerless to render aid. or thought

V eri* and Hatchery Flocks." A lilt of the accredited they were because of the inability to handle themselves ,
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-V : ,
,. hatcheries and flock hat been prepared and published. in the water. Pupils of schools who' become adepts at .

-Chick: purchased from the hatcheries on the list bear the football or basketball work themselves into excellent .jl"

4. fH-. ,. '.. __ -. ;mark of the department of market which gives assurance physical condition it it true; but later in life there it '"as the men that work on high-priced,

: standard bred and from reasonably good nothing gained by the knowledge in those lines in child-
$ that\ they are "hand-picked" cars are of what they' t
V,4 1,egg-producing strains. Inspector issue certificates tot hood. In the case of swimming and the knowing how to

,t... .. ._ ".:,-' V -owners of hatcheries and flocks that fill the requirements. handle oneself in the water under all conditions, there is V make-and with a better reason. It's a l

..: V ,' that ability which is never forgotten; there is that self- ; ,

t'3 4 COMMISSIONER CHANCED HIS MIND confidence which i is never l lessened: and there i ii alwayia i V great d i ac hi evementtotumoutsofinea

; ,f V : POLICE _ lowered risk at any bathing-beach when a complete' car at so low a price. rU L.' ;

1 : V NEW YORK'S board of aldermen adopted an ordi knowledge of lifesaving is possessed.
V to smoke in public places such Especially: in Florida-a state with a coastline longer .
-forbiddinlJ women
/4 V }lance and the like than from its northern boundary to Maine and with iti I
cabaret hotel lobbies lounging rooms V
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V V \ '- -aDd a* Mayor Hylan signed it. Police-commissioner En- thousands of lakes is it essential that every re.ident.hould ,;
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: V ordered the police to notify all proprietors of the learn to swim. It is safe to say that not one-hall .
right
: V' would of the residents of Florida can swim; and it is a disgrace V
that the
V. women
ta-hut it wa quickly teen \
new
V obey iu Therefore he had the clerk make an "error"in that children.are allowed to reach manhood and womanhood (1f f
not .
1 % recording it-and the ban was off. The authorities lacking l an art that is not only muscledevelopingbut >IO

V these days of equal suffrage may prove of immense value in after year :
that in
quickly recognized 47-IL3 i
b : .. :1:1V j
V i V if the women desire to do a thing they are going to do EMPTY HONORS HIGHLY PRIZEDDELEGATES :;

it- whether or no; and they realized that it would be V/ 'V / :

V L .- impossible to arrest one-fourth the women in that city to.the number of siity-three have been

I if they chose to smoke at they paraded the streets or satin appointed by Governor Gary Hardee to attend the good t tJc l. '
,
; 'a cabaret.. V roads convention which 'will open a 'weeks session j in IWT.IF. >rieW< 71 sUfej ft At jsilss; aU-j ; gjJ IfimUk,JM-fea >rs4> 'P.

V _.,, V'V?, V .(, V Phoenix Arizona on Monday. April 24.'Th.. list of TOURING, $SM| ROADSTER. SM| COUPK, $Ui| SKDAN. sin VI

v,, :*, "".V- GREAT difficulty i ia found i keeping track of gamelpl..d appointees contain no name or name from Osceola' f.e.a. Toledo V VV

by the Kissimmee baseball team. No information ty-po..ibly because,the,governor,could find no one V V ... :J i.1'
V S -k kV '
V V ,can be obtained>> a* to the schedule ofgames .to be filled here caring to.make the trip: ,and" pay his own expense .V ; j'>
? the week following the' isaue 'of The Gazette to the i iDcludinl..earfa. sleeper-fare, hotel bill. and'other incidental LUPFER ft PRATHERFUrida V. ;,

V V ."disappointment of lover of the game; and foV- *-especially incidental The appointee receive* .I... "
"w ? great authentic .that be ., ,the governor will V KIseiRaI. V J--.t
thersnothing' neat "designation. .ma, go. V I
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Jowint7ame'baThursday ,..
.V given out relative: . tothe, core, mad. Last ThursdaysV. be pleated to have him'p..but'if he make the trip it V '. V .t,0),: 4 ; rV )." ." {f"-..fI, ... .,

local .it"'i assuredtbut the ICON i.i done at "owner risk." Hinc Uae'l crina... _,. '. ... ,e- .\ .! > ;\ :P' :.; itIIfI:. t t' \
", taaee.wa*lost to the ; !I ,' J" '-<<' , A : ," ,;. j ....':- ,-.16 _II J ,''''
:..rioUI..reported. a* .10 to 0. 12 to 0...andVV'
..,.nad wa* lnstyle in; all t thing theiuprtms.ezcellenc.is : : "
character in
IN manner ; .
,14 to 0. 'The game wa reported in Orlando paper at : . -'V ._. ... .. _' ... .t'J
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.... "' THE:KISSIMMEE' VALLET' GAZETTE, FRIDAY APRIL 7, I.ZZ... TV/I 'i>

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.. MADE A QUICK BUT See Dr. Harvey at the Graystonel I See Dr. 'Harvey- at the Craystone Notary bonds were accepted by

,: ... if your feet hurt; Read his advertisement .. if your feet hurt. Read his. advertisement commissioners on Monday from th.1 '
.., f ** C:, Tyler, who recently arrived LOCAL xMr. x Nesbit, with. J. M. Johnston and SIN I
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from his home in Wooster, Ohio, asa I L. Comer sureties C .ft
.. Addle L Webster, of London, Born: to Mr. and Mrs Albert as ; and to
guest of Mr. and Mrs C. Ii. Funk, who has been the T. Sigler, with the American Surety
trf Milliard's /'IE. Kentucky, spending Knoblaugh, 304 Main street, Thursday I/
), with the state Island and, has fallen in love ( ; '\ winter at the Graves House, expects April 6, a son. Company, of New-York,.as surety*' THEATRE, V.
j proposes to makef to ".vrnext week for her home. I' There Wanted: clean cotton not
his home'' in Florida. As a starter j j( will be an adjourned meetingof rags;
within two days of his arrival he Dr. O. L. Buckmnfter, osteopathist the board of county commissioners merely trimmings or string*-but decent

,. 4, purchased a five-acre orange grove in Saint Cloud. Office In Conn building held on Saturday, April .IS.I stuff to use for washing rollers WEDNESDAY APRIL' 12
.0, the. vicinity of DeLand. Mr. Tyler Circuit" court .will open ,next Monday 13-tf,I I P. A. Bendorff, now of Vero, spent'' and presses* and wiping bearinirs. ,
1 '' has also been looking over some oft Mrs J. E." Riley, Mrs. Sarah H. ''Sunday in Klssimmee as the guest of Bring em along to the office. of Tho '- "

(, the especially fine raw land in this See Dr. Harvey at the Graystone Barnard and Mrs. L. F. Reed, all of his old-time friends, Mr. and Mrs. H. Gazette. Klssimmee., 14-tfx .
:; p' "tounty with a view of'purchasing.Jf if your feet hurt.' Read his advertisement ,Saint Cloud were .Klssimmee visitors P. Suhl, of 519 Mabbette street.I' .' DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE' -'us. L. Lowly piss r
"' I "' I x this week of Mrs., M. V.
IIH -quests :
Jf ]' Joseph Thurman, well known as. WALLACE'REI'D
:'i | 1879 to 1915 the'voi'ume of Little Catherine Whittee, of Noca- Boyer. ]''on* of the "regular" winter residentsof .NEAR MILLIARD'S ISLANDNearing

;, i".r all business increased over 300 per- tee, DeSoto county, is the guest of Will M. Tiller, of Kisslmmee, has,, Kissimmee left on Wednesday for '- -,--"
tcent. Mrs. J. -Maroney..' secured a posjtlon as book-keeper:.;'his! summer home in Germantown j the eightieth milestone in .
., Try DuPont' Automobile Repair- the Everglade Cypress Company at Philadelphia.I He' has been making life's journey Daniel Q. K. Smith ,
::3 c
1' A
r" .. young man in love resembles ,a Ing. 110 Emmett street Phone 77.Utf. Loughman under J. Wade Tucker, his headquarters at the Graystone.Bad passed jiway..on Thursday..March 8b.
the
map of WQ'l'ld-hG embraces The remains taken 1,
a for the concern."I were In'charge by
manager
debts collected Results
DO'
"- good deal. or pay. the
.. Mrs. T. L.. Comer and her daughter feel twenty years younger,?. is .guaranteed. J. M. .Will son. district and Thompson the funeral Undertaking conducted Parlors,
was on
'J). Miss Cuba-Nesbitt left on Mon- what thousands have said after Tan manager. 15-tfc Friday afternoon with interment
at
day..by..their.automobile4or.a.brletvisit lac restored them to_. health.. Try 'it. I L Mr, and .Mrs. Rlchard..Eek1e..Rosehill cemetery. A.t1
to points down the east coast ,Central Drug Store. family are expecting to leave Kissimmee -' '7 -

For sale: Only! remainnig-. east-1 The music study class of the Meth'Ddillt'"churctrwtllrreet"7lext"Mondar- on Monday next after having Contributed -1._deslretoadd my
EAI..N.O fPoTJC-l8t, on best residence bTOck'lR {vpentrthe Benson here"MOlirptiahntly! :''tribute of affection in memory of the
town. Inquire 122 South Vernon afternoon at The. Bungalow at three- :i They will go to Montrose!, Michigan deceased: He was 75 years, two
,, '\ avenue. 16-ltx thirty. Subject "Near East. A -but expect to return at, an early! months, and' 19 days of a t Mrs, George Saunders and her cordial invitation is extended to all. date. age of eighteen he enlisted and serv-
mother, Mrs. Smith were in Kissim-" State veterinarian D. C. Ellis, who I In accord with the regular closingof ed his full time during the civil war
f ..THURSDAY APRIL 13 mee Saturday' from their )home at has ben! inspecting' cattle In this many' institutions in Klssimmee being in Company G, 47th Wisconsin -
:, Alligator lake meeting a few of';!county for tuberculosis'and other dis-' each Thursday afternoon notice is Infantry. Ho was also a memberof IM. fJ/P
e$ their many friends. j 1 eases,'has pronounced the.dairy stock given that the Chapter* House>> will the Modern Woodmen of America. -
/ Fli Miss Freda Schweikart who is belonging to M, D. Casler as entirely follaw the same plan. From this date He left thrpe daughters and one 'non, World's'Champion -
f employed at the Orlando, waterworksas' now free from any sign of ill conditions.Amon'A' till farther notice each Thursdaynoon lie 'was gifted with a superior\' tvtto '
". a stenographer, was in Kissimmeeon the belated bills allowed by the doors will be locked for the of manhood. There was within hima '
balance of the strength of real worth which .
day. always
"Sunday-and was dinner guest of the county commissioners on Mondaywas -
t. Miss Lillian Harris. (, the bill of Dr. J. D. Chunn, "for 1 i The band concert of Sunday proved showed, and intuitively gave ,
'
,' examining the body of Miss Copley," to bo the best of the entire lenson- those who met him a spirit of confi
Tanlac builds up the weak rundown drowned in Alligator lake Sunday af- \land there were encores given l by the dence. Ills manhood was not only
system and makes you feel ternoon. There of the enthusiastic which characterized by strength but it was .
nature was no report gathering; to the
strong, sturdy and well as associated with gentleness.' Ills de-
findings accompanying the bill- band responded. Especially were ihi .
intended. Central Drug/ Store. votion was real and his love for hit TTT
I which was allowed. solos of much merit; indeed, there' (
!Mrs Dan who has been children and friends
Brown a undoubted
I ; The civic department of the \Voman's was not one illy-presented number in was
sufferer from disease for a number Club will hold its the next meetingat
[years, now rests from her troubles. look of perfect peace; not a sign of
the ( dock next Thosein -
: Her death occurred on Tuesday city Tuesday. and Mrs. M. H. BrmVorhoflT, pain or unrest, but a pleased, satisfied w
husbnndihas f fI charge' of the entertainment and who have been spending' their sixth
i(March 21.Irs::: Brown's look ai might be pictured on the
( been for a considerable time in refreshment program are MesdamenJ. season in Klssiminje, expect to leaveon fate of a victcr upon whose brow was
!If. Duncan.,. H. and
Ingram, Gt'orge Monday in their cjr for their home
itho employ of Osceola county being pln"pd'th.VI't'Rth of Victory.
i / Zeigler. It I is that
earnestly hoped
in. Falls Church. Virginia! ctoppmsr: MISS JONNIE BOBBITT. J '
Be sure and place order for
1 i your there will be a full attendance.The enroute at principal points. Later -
the perfectly sanitnry mill., dslner I on
.. \. .I e.1 i fresh at door ao"decal i, at marked hesitancy of politicians this summer they expect" to drive into CARD OF THANKSWe W . "
your near politicians, and would-be Vermont for a change-and "." .:JJJ....
promise ,
'only llic Order fnin tbej .. 4i
quait .
MarionDavies per .. .
1. j Ifi-tf politicians is especially noted at this to return here early the coming de"ire to think: all ttowc who fto to\'W
Sanitary Dairy Compim :J
date--although it is the open season season.' were so kind and thoughtful to us .
1 Mr anj Mrs. I 1.. TVnch W K s- for all who care to run for office. Mc"dAlI1es'Akerman during our recent bereavement, the
ximmeo on Monday by automobile! for The people, however will decide just Owen, Best death of my father Daniel G. K. _. -
tin la| four-months trip. Their first point what sort of a man they prefer to and Stanley nutoed to Louphman Smith. Mont especially" do we appreciate -
11 | for stopping and sightseeing will] be Wednesday afternoon to attend a -ALSO-- _
fill the position of representative. the kind and careful attention
/* ;< (JeaulJ/sWortli Washington from winch city, they meeting of the Woman's Club, whore shown by Dr. H. S. fJeisrer A COMEDY- -+
I will, visit; Pennsylvania, New York. 1 An especially! attractive lunchroom, Mr. Alexander Akerman read herpap'er ROY E. SMITH.
and Ohio, and will probably leave cold drink stand, and tobacco counter on "Election Laws." They MRS.. ROY E. SMITH. "DOGGONE TORCIIY" -
I rievelund' for their home here about have been established in the store found a verv wideawake club which I

: a IPammounlgidJJre the middle of July. I adjoining the, "ten cent store," and has done many things-among them Act so' in the present that need l' .. .. rI
{the Hudson Bass has ad- being the of $147 for the you
proprietor ,
raising -
I support
See Dr at the Hraj'tone; not fear the future. speaking'r
A Captivating Comedy of tie victory Harvey : :ded an orchestraon which turns out .of their local ball team: had charge at the grave. In
if feet hurt. Read his' advertisement
I your the finest of music when the I of her departure Mrs. Lowell once
I '1 of charm over snobbishness'I' I x prescription is filled out and applied.proper There was a most interesting game PASTOR PAYS TRIBUTE said: "If it is the Lord's will, I am

\ I Miss Minnie Burnett, one of the of baseball yesterday afternoon on ',ready to go." -.
1 teachers in the schools of Saint Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown and Miss the home grounds when Bartow wenton Mrs. Jennie Rowell Lowell, deceased REV. J. G. WAG NER,.,
\\Y' Marten Davies at a Demure was in Kissimmee on Sunday-guest Florence Peterson, of Cuyahoga Falls to the diamond with avowed pur- was a woman of strong Christian l I
I of Miss Katherine Wyckoff ut th- | Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hyde of pose of carrying off the victory. A character, of noble spirit, and unselfish A GOOD SLOGAN"The .
v Quaker Maid. Osreola. Miss Burnett took the midnight I Flint, Michigan, left this morning pleasant and valuable rain interfered purposes. She accepted Christ -
t. train for New Smyrna-having i I for their several homes. They have greatly with the players and the ball as her Lord and Savior in early life,'I Florida Development Boaidthe
been called to that point by the rews ,been spending the winter here, having was too wet to handle yet not too and through all her years she sought ,;endorsed "Stay Until'June" slogan,
"J -AlsoAESOPS -- that her little nephew, thirteen yearsof arrived by automobile last fall wet to lam all over the field; but at to faithfully follow Him. She was adopted by some chambers of 'com-
I FABLESOLD age, residing' there had met with and express themselves as greatly the close; of the fifth the game was treasurer of the Ladies of the Grand merce to keep visitors In the state acJ'
f sudden death. pleased with Kissimmee. They drove called with a score of 11 to 10 in favor Army, which order, with its beautifuland they can become acquainted 'with
their own cars. of Kissimmee. Impressive ritualistic service, Florida's fine' spring weather.
I There is to be held an examinationfor -
.. ;
- '
[ the position of clerk-carrier for -

,.. Kissimmee nn Saturday. April 15, un-
der the civil service rules. This examination
will be conducted by C. C.
.
=- Collins, of the local postoffice. and
tr
f will be held in the h'srhsehool 1 building -
on the date above-named. Those
, "
interested should apply to Mr. Col-
line for full details.

RELIABLE Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bogue, of 219

I Mahbette street*made a pleasure trip
r to Montvcrde on Wednesday-where Big Reduction
they were guests of Miss Ruth Bogue
r. and her twin. brothers, relatives -of
i y Mr. Bogue, whom they had 'never
I seen. Miss Bogus, being teacher, -
,
,; ?) The Taylor System ;I in the famous industrial school. the ",kmv n ,. *'. i ? '- ; .. v r tiw* B.H.ft "
visitors had a fine,opportunity of in- \ ,
-c STORES- snectintr! the institution in which allof : ',
In Labor Ford Cars
Florida is taking a great interest.i Charges on ,

1 "STRUNG THRO THE HEART i When Cloud don't fail to, .'"
.
I I Variety
OF TOWN"The visit the Store, comer 11th
stret and Pennsylvania avenue. 15-tf

'r I announcement In another column of a will change be found in the the Effective. April 1 1922 , F.,

that Kissunmee the
stores cave ownership of the Corner X'ery-L.

:', reputation of being the cheapest M. Keiser retiring and T. H. Gallo- "'t'
y wav assuming management. There .. Compare the Present Prices With What They Were Owe Year Ago , .
; place to live .. miles
,I I many will be no change in the policy of the
-BECAUSE- store--which opened with a new stock
;
\ ,but a short time since, and which has .'
built up a pleasing patronage. The Prices Prices s I
*, "WE SILL IT FOR LESS"x ;
Corner Grocery occupies a prominent i Effective Apr. 1 Effective Apr. 1
;:corner in the old Waters A: Carson I .-'....: -- a f'
building. I 1922 1921

j I E. C. Miller, owner and editor of Overhaul Motor and Transmission___________$18.50 $30.00 r, ,Y
; 7 Friday Saturday fl24lb : the Exponent, Umatilla, was in Kis- .

Isimmee I for a brief stop on Monday i Overhaul Motor Only _________.:.__________ 15.00 25.00 '
l ,et the office of The Gazette. lie had I
been trying to cover as much of the Overhaul Transmission or Magneto __n_____- 9.50 16.00 '
good. as possible having been .
country Overhaul Crank Case ______ 6.00 14.00 '
far Wauchula and much or Replace ____ : J.
sack Self-Rising Flour..Me I.1 as as seeing c
,
|of the scenic ridge. He was on his Reline Transmission Bands ______,.._________ 2.00 3.00 I '
14-lbs Old Iri.h. Potatoes_____4Sc '''homeward' journey, and was accompanied -
,I by A. H. Wilson, of Racine, Wis- (Starter Type $1.50 extra)
Maxwell House Coffee_______39c iconsm, and C. L. Richardson and S.
''A.I Klukoeki, both of Wauchula.The Overhaul Rear End ______________________ 3.50 7.00

6 Toilet Paper_________25c "
pkgs offices or Dr. W. L. Winn are Rebush Front End _______________________ 1.75 3.50 '

r 2' pkgs Macaroni-___________15c new Phone located 122. Office only in in Odd Saint Fellows Cloud. Replace Front Cross Member______?_______ ..so 6.50 /-

2 Cans Sugar Corn_________25c block. 12-tf. Replace Dash ___________________________ 2.00 5.00 -'
Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Phillips and .
Camel Cigarette ____.*______15c -their two daughters, who have beenspending Replace Top Cover 'and Rear Curtain________ 3.00 7.50
: the winter in Kissimmee
,
National Oats ____________,lOc
left on Wednesday' their home in The above prices are for labor only; all parts used will be extra. ...
\ Pure Apple Jelly./ ,_ lOc I i Michigan City, Indiana. They have r *
----------
become so attached to this locality

'' Pure Fruit Jam_____________lOe I I that they are planning to return hereabout ,
the first of September-when

Gallon Alaga Syrup:..-:-_____-:_55c i it is very likely they will become permanent The above are the principle operation on the Ford cars All of our work is guaranteed to give satisfaction. No .,, "'IH b
I
residents. "This is the best
; Cloverbloom Butter ________4Se I I I place I have ever found," said Mr. which you will readily see we have reduced the price considerably job too small or too large to receive the most careful alien

Breakfast Bacon __30c ,,Phillips-"except, of. course, Michigan other have been reduced in tion. ''
.Fancy ____ City," he added. and all operations pro-

Uneeda Biscuit ..----------- 5c I I "Where there is smoke, there Is always portion. With our well equipped shop and our force of Bring your next job to the authorized Ford and Fordson

2 pkgs I I5c Crackers, ________25c well-known fire," so men when and twenty women million in all trained Ford mechanics, makes it possible for us to offer you dealer where you are assured that'you will receive genuine
I I
walk of life say Tanlac IIgood the. prices. Ford parts replaced in your car.
'. lOc Value Toile Soap_______ 5eOw medicine, there must be something to

it. Central Drug Store.
I I '
i Orange Blossom Lodge,' Free and
l peK 7 ec dace .H1af ..d 'Accepted Mason, 'held a largely at- I L P. TIMMONS OSCEoSvMOTOR G. RACSDALE

paper'bvviaf wil be. backed I ev-ening-the & PHONE 1C5 I CO., Inc.SAM, PHONE.IIS .

by emr: cesapetent. orgattix&' I''ed.' Past Master T. P. Warlow. of

made a'magnificent address A ORiZED SALES-StltvICE .. .
1 eI-! "d will COtIUIt. Orlando: "
( e ire e ., .. ..... tot the "fraternity--eywr.,sword :of
t. which was enjoyable. L. 8. 'Thorn K1ssl mee F1Qrida : ,

ton also of Orlando, was another en- ., ,. ,
and Sam Brammar, ',
I THETIYLORSYSTEMx [ 'IjO.7ablespeaker., one of his char "I< .:

r R i !acteristic-addresses.: *"Numerous local .. ,.... .. .. '.>---1 ...... .'-- '->
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1't .., .) ,,, ....... ... '''., .' .... which Masons a'choice made brief collation addressee was' served.after .41 e. y ':.t. > ,< .'. *% .
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in THE KlSSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE; "FRIDAY. APRIL 1, 1922ISSIMMEE'S
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DOLLAR LIMIT STOREWHERE ,Haberdasheryand .4


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Shoes \'. .


KISSIMMEE'S MEN, WOMEN, AND BOYS' STORE 'o 'o{
WHERE IT IS SOLD FOR LESS. OUR BIG STORE. ALWAYS'SAVES YOU MONEY $ .. ,


Shoes That Are Showing Style, Comfort, Quality and Perfect Fit | 'Ib.*

f : . . ..
DRY GOODS SHOES NOTIONS 'Our Name Is Back of Everything We Sell Yon-=and We. -J-- -
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Always Malice It Right i

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THREE BIG STORES: KISSIMMEE-FORT MEADE:-LAKELAND .
a
_ k We Bay In Large Quantities. Hat's why we cam aadersell all otfcer FOLLOW THE CROWD TO NO SAFER PLACE TO BUY THAN AT N o;


,, = FRED GILBERT'S -
LIMIT
DOLLAR STOREDG. .I '

I s W PERSONS COMPANY Our Price Are Always Low and We Always .

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RULES GOVERNING THIS CONTEST I


_ :::: The Measurer of Greatness Thin contest rill appear--every--Friday for the next 12 weeks. Spring Is Here i:"rAND ..--'

In one of the advertisement on thin or the opposite page a word' 4
l has'been intentionally misspelled. To find it read. every ad. very
SO IS
carefully. "
ttJ1M .. I
;
a.;. ..;,;a A five word slogan must be sent in when sending in return ana -
k+ wer.the A content.slogan can be sent in for any of/ the advertisers representedin Grantham' Furniture Company f .

The Merchants & Farmers Bank family But each one: wPek.W.bMter'a answer. blank will be allowed to be filled from any one HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN, FURNISHINGS t

s STOVES RANGES AND TALKING MACHINES
be used for the ,
n of Kiuimmee Dictionary must correct opelling 01 ':
the words.) All slogans not to exceed! five word and must be new
; _. and original The blank below must be used when Bending in tho
,
EVERYTHING TO FURNISHTHE
answer, sealed in an envelopeAll 0
h. one fundamental purpose-to extend and broaden its usefulness answers must be In not later than Thursday noon, 12 o'clock. HOME, FROM PIT TO DOMEPerhaps -...,
v to lerve. SERVICE IS TIlE BEDROCK OF OUR BUSINESS PRIN- 7 he contest editor haa selected TZ word which he has intentionally
CIPLES. miHspelted. Only one word for each week in recofrnized. .
In the event of a tie, for any prize offered, a prize identical in all want to replenish some odd pieces here and there in the "
a, I rexpect: to that tied for, will be given to the tieing contestant.Eight you
prizes are offered: $20.00 first prize, $10.00 second prize home. If so, we shall be glad to serve you. .
;, Th. Merchants and Farmers Bank of Kiuimmee, il a great bank bet fH,00 third prize, $4.00 fourth prize $3.00 fifth prize, $2,00 sixth prize

cause: it il a useful bank. We not only shall serve, but.shall understand tl.OO seventh prize $1.00 eighth prize. CAN-
I I Contestants must turn, in answer blanks for each of the 12 weeks. YOU ALWAYS DO
and the service of others. We shall usefully .
: appreciate accept '
The misspelled word for today's page has eight' letters. il
BETTER AT OUR BIG STORE '
. nell al the mjeasure of greatne. Now get busy, put your' spelling ability' to the t..... You will
thoroughly enjoy the task.
PHONE 291 N
: In the awarding of the prizes the answer in the misspelled contest ,. .,
and the beet slogans submitted will be considered together. i
+00 to 00 U 00 00 0 0 It 00 UtO 00 to.. Utoo-ou.o. oo. 00.0 U oGot ,
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9t 9 -...... .... .. ............................ .. RETURN ANSWER BLANK to .t.oooo.o o.ooooo.o..ooo.ooo.toOO.o.o.o.ooo. o .
Of the Misspelled Word and Slogan Coatast
.. The is the most important of the
"'": eye organ
FIRST WEEK, APRIL 7, 1922
human system.Don't RABBIT fOOT SPECIALS
.\DDRESS __________-_____________________.____________________ .
neglect your eyes. IE you are troubled
t NAME JL____ = .. c
with Headaches, Eyeaches, Tired-feelings on using ----- ------------ -i--------- -----h-- --- ---- AT !

your eyes, Blurred Vision Inflammation or The Misspelled Word i"n_____ _______.. _____u_u__u___n____

x Soreness of the eyes or lids, better have them examined by in the Advertisement of___________._______uUhuu_____ STORY'SfL H 1:

My' 5 word slogan is__--____-___*_____ ?____________________-_ ... .-.. _. ,
- - - "-'- '-'---- ---
-
W. E. SANDERSON Optometrist -"- --- -- --- ---- --
ear flU out this Blank with your answer and mail or bring to this Men's. Palm Beach Trousers, Women's Pretty Summer Drei-
/< office sealed in an envelope not later than NEXT THURSDAY NOON. .
4j ,'. sreadway Phone 289 pair $3.00 sea, $4.45 to $9.95.
It ;' Thla.contest'owned, controlled. and. prepared by Chas. Edward. o I d

.... .. Jones Straw 0 Hat ..........._.3.00. EASTER.TOYS :
-'
-- _ .
i} .'.,,';.:i. !1- : ., ..... ._nnn _:n...n.. n. .' ',+, tfla 0'0 ii.'i' .... 0 Boys'{ Palm'Bach: Trousers. 'I! l Tl fj Z tor 1_.__ _.5ctotheroafor. ..._._' *--- Sc'and110c0_ 1

):..............0.\1. t ........ ....j640U 0 0 U too O 00000 uo. O.OOOOO..OO OOO O..t..OOOO..O.OOO..tOO..OOOO.ooc _- $2.25 and $250.Boys' Children's and Infants' Hate at

.', GreaterReductions> Tan English Shoes, rub .reasonable. .. prices.

I I I life New Barber ShopDAKIN _ber__ heel'_, _pair n_, $4.25.__.__ -Large- assortment- ---- -Men's-Tics' -, \

uA o Yet Mavis Talcum Powder,'can 19c Collars, Hose Shirts.

''kt : I AVENUE :

I AT THE BIG SALE LYLES V. STORY & COMPANYDRY
; Is Now Open To AllOne
I Blearhfng, __lOc and .9fte 1. GOODS, SHOES MEN'S FURNISHINGS t '

(; v Ginghams, _4Sc to \2Yit of the most up-to-date equipped Barber Shops in the County. KISSIMMEEMCNEIL

\wIll I == SWINGS ITS DOORS OPEN "11.; . ._ _. . .....,, 99.MPV-1l9V9999999900.99.00..,. "
..
:
toOOOOOOOOOOoOO.OO"O"
SHOES To be ot real Service to all. Everything is new and of the latest de- .. t.a
0 U"oH-H HOO 'OOOO > '
Children's Strap Pumps1.98 sign which: will give comfort to every man who steps in our doors. -
Children's Strap Sandal.. 1.29Ladies' BROTHERS
All our Barbers are men with years of experience. J
Dress Pumps, Straps
Battery Servke Station .
and Oxfords. Every pair in the

!. The Young house dumped out at $5.98 to Our Sh. Shine Department is of the latest ,design also, and tit i your THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE BATTERY KissimmeePlumbing *I
9k.
:! Folks atHome Shoe Polish _______________8c Service. Our Dear Departeesit is there also with its Cigars, Stogies, SERVICE STATION IN i::f
!0 ;
Cigaretts, and Tobaccos.All KISSIMMEEWe
Shop 1
Cabinet Work done by Albert L Rabago. are fully equipped to repairor
McCauley's Dep'L Store .
\
When hare Brunswick recharge any makes of Bat-
a .
t you LEO CUBCIO, Maaater.TMH I
.. -the accepted phonograph of STANFORD PLACE teries and make them new. Plumbing, Heating, Repairs .. ;

o4I "; .the musical world your ., .0000900"VV..T.. _ . . . ... &. .. .. ...... ..y .y..y.V9VVV9.4O.O.O..OOOO & . . . . Batteries W. SpedaUx ..
d }', daughter and her caller usually Recharged By
\ Motor Generator Contracting & Repairing ; j ,
find evenings at home .o.o..o.o. o. .o.o.oooo.. 00000.000.000.00000..0.1 O.OO..OOO.O.C

,... more attractive than "goingout" QUALITY AND SERVICE \ THE LAKELAND BATTERIESAre And we Guarantee all Work to '''

tt0 People's 5c & lOc 1 Store Real Batteries That Give Give Satisfaction. No matte -1

_ ; '. SERVICE[ [ Is what you always get at Service. We are Exclusive how small or large the job callus \
; ONE WEEKCLEARING Agents. and we'll be at your service. .

.- ........ .. \ _
T SALEON f. Ce BRYAN. Da It in Avenue. Phone 143 i
o. +"8 8rr

c 1 pfi GARAGE A G [ - The Eiifaocy of The Occasion ,
DISHESWHITE
,, Demands We Give You The +
s V.I.. Fancy and FamilyGROCERY Best Service
DISHES
..
'. EMMETT ST. PHONE" 171 Plates ___________________20c .!OOU' 0000.....OO.. ,j
.f and Saucers, __..15e .. -------_... . _
GENERAL REPAIRING Cup pair - - - - -- ---
Bowl ____________________20e ..
Vegetable Dishes20e.- 00 0 0 < o ,o to o* ta >*t 4HANSELL'S
Starter aid GeMrater Work A
; SOe 40e 55t -
fi Specialty Plate*__________.SOe SSe 4k GARAGE
Dtahes.95e ,
l ., WILDER'S STUDIO Covered Vegetable ,
,
Our aim is always to please, and
..\ ,.I A. C STORAGE BATTERIES DECORATED DISHES : DISTRIBUTOR FOR "
.., +:. "r'N MEYER FAIL Cored Dibe.CSe we go the limit to do it, h
; Dessert Dishes ...______,.10e : i .KELL Y-SPRINGFIELD'TIRES
\ It's the Rea Battery for Every Butter Chip* .__..-.._.._..-k ,
1 I Car. Soup Dlahes .__________,..18ePi : THE BEST,SOLD. i
Plate ._______________K* Price Right track DeCrary ,_ f' '
W. repair and recharge all Plate: All Sixes. ZOe 25*. SOe Santo Tt. Bart.PHONES r TT.n : t I"t J f tf_
make of Batteries and give Fret!r Plata ._________.__.__..18. I.. O.r R airiaf Dcpaiterat isthtbest m t Kissimmee, AU work don; bar. 1

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t CAZETT'ES; BIG, EDUCATIONAL' CONTEST NOTICE, OF. WITHDRAWALTo H' . - . ": ii

< the people of Lake county, and
the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit
E3LJSINE'SS.
- . Greeting ,
O+ ....O.'O"'t"O..o..t..o.... ._. ; .
I have decided to abandon politics

& 1WOODWARD 1V.EN": -.X C: ,'s and the practice devote my of law.undivided Of necessity attention this to BARGAINS

decision causes name to be with
LUMBER YARD my
The 2ifcj2: Drug Store drawn 'as for a the candidate Seventeenth for State Judicial Attorney .


i BEGAN; HIS I-CENT'SALE ,TUESDAY: TO END SATURDAY Circuit of Florida and I withdraw
=ADVANCES NEW PLAN fOR I without prejudice for or against any .
:DONT MISS ,THIS GREAT- other candidate for that office, either
avowed or mentioned ,FOR SALE i,
Aa BUILDING HOMES: ONE CENT. SALE I -To those who ha..o generouslysupported '

me ,in my previous candidacies Lot .73100.f ...Hughcy street, tot; $500..
Come Early and Get Your Share of The Best Merchandise. ,I wish to express sincere apipreciation - "

I and the hope that my services Corner Lot Rote and'' Hughey. 73x100 .
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J WE WILL BUILD YOU A HOME TO YOUR ORDER' 120 4 were satisfactory in the legislaJture ;; s W
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Broadway Pkeae 3 'I to which they, elected me. for $650.

AND MAKE,IT.SO EASY FOR'YOU TO PAY FOR IT I I My determination to relinquish any a
! !! !! .! !! ;political ambitions that I may have One Lot oft Penfield avenue, .50 1l6'.. ,
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--=ipThat-You-Will -Sow Easily Own -Your r : Home '. . 0' 0 0 0000.. ........0. o. ..... 00. ....... 0'0..0....-.-entertainedIsjbaseduponarealia tion of the great field of opportunity- 'for"$250.- :

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4 REPAIRINGYOUR section New--BWlcalow-oa', Brack' street. lot )
** AUTO ( in.this favored of our great
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'state. I believe there is greater.need SOx I SO: with orange trees'. for'

:for professional! men who know their $3000- $500 cash. Balance
e0'0 COME IN AND SEE US '- And we will explain the plan to you CAR GIVEN OUR (Florida than there Is fot politicians two M
,. and three year with interest at'''
land I have discovered that a man can ,
iJIll PERSONAL ATTENTION ATCLAY be.of more value devoting his talents 'eight' percent.
to being a good oitlzen of his
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-- & THOMAS own '
13 UlCO.0 'wAND town and county and state than he Two Lot,on Mabbette; ; street at $225
GARAGE can when his vision is mainly political ( each. .

d r. HELP KISSIMMEE GROW ; You get an honest job for an honest price. No job too small or too and with his civic desire ambitions for personal are ad entwined -:- jo)

-.- .. large for us. We repair and recharge all makes of Batteries.. vancement.So Forty-five acres land 30 acre 'i in
for such occasions' Let showyou
except 'a.
..- .. ...... ...t..Ot..oo..oooo..o..ooo..o..o. PHONE 22 whatever talents I are young orange grove. me :
may possess this great bargain.
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1000. .'ooo.'uo..... ,. .o... 0 00 ...." 00' .i. ... ao.. being used for the advancement of -
I ".oo..too..oo..oooo..o.. o.o.'o'" j my community, I will be at home to
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... \., '. .. ... .. .. ..... .. . ...... .... .... +I jail tending my friends strictly in to my the law business office interests at-- H. CLAY oTANFORDREAL

: :, W. B. MAKINSON COMP'YKissimmee's of my clients or' absent on such
A. S. GILE3ERT"SBARGAIN
t missions ssmay be necessary in the ESTATE AND INSURANCEOver
conduct of practice. .
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.... -'.y4 COUNTERSPECIAL i, Again' I thank all of you for the O ceola County Baal;

fA Big Hardware generous support you have given me, Kiuimamwere
X - for the expressions and proofs of sincere -

..04t friendship you have extended, + a
.f, '" Everything In FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY and for the confidence you have reposed -
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y -r I Fine Organdy per yard___--____-________-45c in me. Gratefully yours, -.. - '.

.: ... ; HARDWARE & SUPPLIES We have just received our Spring Shoes in Whites and Sports I TRUMAN G. FUTCH. the council appointed: by the president of,.

COME IN AND SEE THEM. i The mild cathartic action cf Her- Finance: H.I; M1. Katz chairman;
bine is well liked by ladies. It purifies -
PHONE 35 JOHN'A.. ERICKSON A. Rosen\ J. M. Hansell. .
Manager. the
system without griping or "
4. the Street: J. M. Hansell, chairman.;
00 oo. .c .C>-. 0..44..4-. 0>0-4000' .0 .t t" sickening stomach. Price COc.. A. Rosen H. M. Katz.
....., .. I OUR BIG STORE IS ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE --.. Sold by J. Z. Roberson. Sanitary: T. N. Clark chairman ri

--- 44440444..04444 OO 43 TODAY IS LAST CHANCETO H. M. Katz, A. Ro en.
Education Cemetery and Charities:' a
.j You can be sure if it's in our line we have it. Our Merchandise; is ==- R. s. :]: PLOY: I] SEE LOCAL PICTURESThose T. N. Clark chairman; II. M., Katz;
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always ONE HUNDRED PERCENT. Our Big Stock enables us 1o who failed to view the film. J. M. Hansell.Rules ,
+ 4 I CASH GUOC1'1 I ''R ings of this city and the surrounding and Ordinances J. M. Han
Supply Your Every Need.MAKINSON'S country at the Osino should by no sell chairman; T. N. Clark, H.\eldr. t>

i r.f I means!! neglect) to visit the showing Katz.
--- Kissimmee's Reliable Grocery today and this evening as this will 1 Electric Light and Water: Ii. M.
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Katz chairman J. I
M- Hansell, A.
f WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET THE BEST. be the last opportunity for seeing the i Rosen ; -" '
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BIG HARDWARE numerous< local sights as depicted by !
i I the camera. Building: T. N. Clark, chairman;'
NEAR DEPOT PHONE 123 From all points in the city are \III. M. Katz A. Rosen. v
WE ARE PROMPT IN OUR DELIVERYAND these pictures made, and of I Bulkhead Ar Rosen-chairman-J. ; .
so
many "
M. Hansell .
.t OUR PRICES ARE REASONABLE the residents are shown. that all are H. M. Katz.I t
: 446F.A.NAVE.... .o.o.o.o.... .oo I '
gratified. Then too Is; there to be I ADDITIONAL LOCALE:;
- PHONE 176ooo.oo.o..o..o..o of
- seen the workings the great I lumber '
> o.o..o.oooooo.. : mill-the Candler plant at Camp. 'I M. Puckett Foster;; ; :was In Klfislm-. s
I bell--a showing that is well worth the
business
mee Tuesday transacting ,w
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cost of the whole performance; while with M. V. Boyer. .- _
... oo.'o.o.tO.O..O.O..O..oO..OOOOt.to.o.Notice I Saint Cloud shows up in an excellent, Mr*. M. V. Boyer and "Mrs: M. A.,
I way. The schools, churches, ball Moseley attended the W. C. T. U.
To Merchants :teams the various clubs and organizations convention of":.Orange:county,district
. I all are shown in the film; at Pinecastle on"Tuesday. '
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JO''I j while there are clever little sketches i Rebecca Johnson a negresa whowas
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-000- ,of various kinds that bring applause.One In the municipal court on Mon,

Osceola County Bank Building All merchants having ads. in our MISSPELLED WORD AND .SLOGAN team of Is the a sight features of Leo of Wilson the baseball doinga was dismissed on profane account language of lack oft's

CONTEST are requested to have their change of copy in at high-grade shimmy' -while another., evidence, was taken from her'' home ;
is a likeness of Bill Bryan's understudy
office WEDNESDAY of each week. in later cannot' be Robinson avenue on ,Tuesday evening ->
4 Copy coming
r. High Class Investments asking for the votes of the people : by a' body of men reputed to t '
changed for that week.:, We trust all merchants will take this noticein -Tuesday, June 6. ,. be members of the Ku Klux carried'' +
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The picture was made possible inKissimmee' L
distance from her home1
some given
the same kindly spirit itis i given
a* >
)' ',:.. ..OO .IO..lto..OO I..... to... ..o..t..tO..Utl ... through the work of H; 'a severe spanking 'and advised thsU
< ".;, .. -0'f THE PUBLISHER.. Dan Ashford and the. Woman's Club.,,she must make a change ia'Mr rode I

;;-:1' +40 0010 .. .. .0000 ...00.....' '.O' ......000..00. O.i"O. .. .y... FAREWELL AND HAIL of procedure.. :.'
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ROBERT REIDEL COMPANY .. (Continued from Pan On) CONGRESSMAN SEARS, ,\
'.... ..0'0........... ..... COUNTY AGENTS REPORT I as clerk, of the new body,and action WILL BE CANDIDATE .
NOVELTY WORKS immediately commenced. A. S. GIN) '
MADE TO COMMISSIONERS bert was elected to succeed himself FROM FOURTH DISTRICT ;

I as president of the council. Vf':.'Jt Sears, of Kiasimmee..has declared '
OSCEQLA The. following is a general reportof Among the actions which followedwere his candidacy'from the fourth
Everytouf laf the work accomplished by me in these:
congressional district to succeed himself
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; WOOD AND LUMBER AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 5S2 this county during March: Application from C. A. Williamsfor in the lower house of congress, ,
Visits to farmers and growers 73. position of street superintendentin
and
has Issued the 'following state
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House Building A Specialty. II Visits to club members 2. case of a vacancy was laid over. ment: . . _
Farmers visited rny office 68. Offer from M. D. Casler to buy the "I shall be.'candidate: foe the'of., d
ALL INTERIOR FINISH. WINDOW AND DQOR SCREENS. i Visits by specialists 2. manure from the city stables and keep lice of member ofthe house of representatives '
HARDWARECOMPANY I| Conferences with business men 12. the place In sanitary shape, paying from the fourth congressional ,
Darfagton Avenue-Near-Freitht Depot PHONE 216 I Official letters written 46. forty dollars annually to the city district of Florida, at the primary w
0 << ?; I, Bulletins distributed 87. was referred to the street committee. to be held on June 6-
- i .oOOO O'OO O "O 'OO"O'O""OOO""O.oo.ooooooo 1 Four farmers' meetings were held Application from F. S. Ledbetter "During .the past,year..I, have ,received
in Kissimmee with an attendance of ,for position of street superintendent more letters than/lever before
285, for the purpose of discussing was referred to street committee. from my constituents "'commending ,,
,development of a better community I Upon application of S. L. Lupfer my course and .efforts 'to'serve.tbe,,
.spirit, marketing, buying, fertilization and A. S. Nelson the city agreed to thankinir.me ,for' assistance! .
LAKELAND STEAM LAUNDRYOur irrigation, cultivation, increase pay one-half the rent for one year rendered,, and also assuring me ,of
in acreage, securing 100 acres in for the Chamber of Commerce.II. their loyalty and support" .'
+ strawberries for this fall planting by I Stanley Bullock, having disposed "I have labored bard and'falthful.Iy
grower. of a considerable amount of land to serve the people' and 1 I< have full
Trucks will call for and deliver to Every Home in Kissimmee. 1 Seven hundred and sixty-three miles and houses on Robinson avenue for- confidence they will approve'my rec: ,
.' Wholesale) and Retail Dealer in ,were traveled. merly owned by Aultman and War- ord and that I'will be returned .by
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-Four Services Weekly treated and'' asked for his client the .
that
Twenty hogs were log assessed even an increased niafority,., /
MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY ; ; 'HARDWARE help was given to farmers as follows: I value be reduced from the $5- ,I "On account'of the contrasted' con--'
;.Spraying cjjrus to control scab me- 000 set by the assessor to the $3200 ditlon of the house calendar, and the
=:CROCKERY lanose, whitefly and other citrus diseases !for which the property actually sold. important legislation pending:,.I fear
I and insects. Proper spring The council admitted that the values it will be for to devote
R. A. SNYDER impossible me
R. IL RUTHERFORD, -PAINTS fertilizer application for citrus. Truckers I had been placed too high-but were much time to campaign before the'

Special Agent Phons 49, Kisauasae -HARNESS '' advised on controlling insects and fearsome lest any lowering might be latter part of my April, but. this I. only, a
e 'diseases fertilization of taken as a precedent for like actionsin .
by spraying,
A61.4..0.- . ' . ........ ..." ....................... .... 9 -SADDLES I crops. Growers have pledged to plant I Uie future. The matter was taken as following my friends my course know,In I the have past never for'; r'

,-nwr..nwwnn,.w... -- r |sixty acres of strawberries Work- under consideration. neglected for personal advantage the
oo.o. ooooo.oo.o.o..... .0..0..t. ... i -BUILDERS' HARDWARE I ling to have 100 acres or more planted I II I A communication from Pat John- interests of the district I have the
to berries. The Osceola Growers' I ston asking the city to immediately honor to represent. r
lit*" 'r The -SASH I I Co-operative Association held four commence! foreclosure proceedings "In the meantime* I know my .In ', f
O.C.TIGNER'SBIG 'meetings on marketing, buying and .against a specified tract for delinquent terest will not be neglected by tboso''
-DOORS 1 planting. Secured a saving of $7 per taxes, was laid over. who know me, and I assure them ...;, ,
Broadway -SCREENS i ton on fertilizer for 'members of the I I A communication from the Kiasim- soon as possible I will gladly go before ''

!association. I mee Wholesale Grocery Company the _voter_of the__district and 1
', And Everything' .. Hardware Remarks: There Is an increase of made three'propositions regarding the give a full account of my services..
STORE ALWAYSRELIABLE ,,spring crops planted. Growth has I I I'$504 in taxes now owing the city,but Until I have had the opportunity to
Millinery Aad Builders' Supplies ,been retarded considerably on account !the council ordered the clerk to ex. do so, I only ask those who do not a
i jof dry season. Growers supplied with I II |plain that none of them were feasi know me personally in Justice to myself -"

Shop |Irrigation made good crops and more ble.C. they leave their{ minds open,and. F
irrigation and tile drainage will be If. Driggeri was appointed by this 1 feel they will do." /
The Economical Store To Bay encouraged among the growers. At the mayor as chief of police--and the'.
Offer the Ladle of Kisiimmee the present time, the secretary of the appointment was .confirmed. CANDIDATE' FOR CONGRESS ;'-' '
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association has ordered ,An application was received from
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growers' 'COVERING THIS DISTRICT'
w the Newest Style in 400 strawberry plants. for ,growers. Kribbs & Steed asking that the council I'I '
.' These plants will be set, now, and appoint that firm as city attor-| State Senato"W-A.: MacWilliams,' .
:: :. We give you One Hundred OUR BIG STORE eared for through the summer to furnish neys. This matter was laid over till of Saint Augustine, was in Kissim a
plants for the fall planting next regular meeting. 'mee yesterday; interviewing many of,
:' 14SPRING ( Cent on Every Dollar LEO H. WILSON, The matter of the removal of the the prominent people aa regards his
MilLINERYAt'Very .. IS ALWAYS County Agent. city pound to/ some point farther q.I!candidacy for the position' of con ,, ,' +
ihoved from numerous dwellings was!I Igressman I from the fourth district- ',
HALF THURSDAY CLOSING referred to the street committee with thU. far being the. only opponent.announced a
( j foods Notions and ,' toad.6alarlu . ;._ '
; Dry' j jI power .1 against the ,
Low Prices. } \. ON TBEIOB The undersigned grocers of Kissim of the eleeth..offeerewere I,gressman,W.'J* Sears, reKi.simmee.'. \
: mee will close their places of businesseach' L placed as below: Mayor $35 Mr. MaeWiUlama la a most capable .' j .
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I' per ; $150ptr ; .man.:els. he-would never.haver, P'} ,
beautiful little .- in oa Thursday, A.pril13, and cantina treasurer.-- $28 per month;' councilman ''represented Saint Johns In the lower .. .. _
1We{ are showing r ;' : uing' until and including, Thursday. ..,$5 { each,,regular,meeting and''and upper''house' at Tallahassee'for'. : '"
.... .'Hats Mjtaow'' will 'plea* you. .. September' 28 I' 1 --,*< ; ,, each adjourned lllee '..andon. dol twenty years- ,,and'ended by'.being; ; ;/ ;' ;'
'. ,:. ..v.r. .;;..,. .<- L .r, I :Our.Guaraatoe tog;with'Every,; 1 t.. tyi, ,/ ; _. ; /.7.Bryan Company Bowen GroeeJ7' larfor each, called .meeting -. chosen president of the senate.; " re>a -,, ,
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':MRS' j.1kSIIVQUEFIEw.; :S Si s. i"" Purch&M.J: i .ea 'always J.Better Iry you"::; ; ,-A.'.8...Fleming,Midway.,Grocery make a'.good-and.suffleiantrbond. ; .;, B another eoloron.. -." '*' ".. '- . '\r'i\\: ..}.'
r ,. . ., .. " . - .\ I'. ". .. j W,,W, lyey Ana, G. M.Tay': the sum of $1000."I"::"'-k". N i I ..... .. .. .. ..... ....-......-........-..,.. ..... ,.. .. ....... ........... . . .. au..... : .' .:r: *, The.following, standing'committees I. Suburdbe'for'Tb., ; VaUey 'CaxeK_..- *..' .

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Too Much Propaganda tilt Seems Logical Not The Machine's Fault Neyther has the editor of the, Sun, ',
I *m In receipt each; week, of--Col-1 When a newspaper tells about "a Every time there iI, a bit of row The expression is a simple camou- 1f;, '
TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK umn after column ,of matter for the lone 'stern' chase after a negro before in congress' the seismograph! at flague. To be sure the "belle" has a"ring" \t'" 'j 1
advocating : lie was caught:, does that point Georgetown records an "slight earth all right, and her mother always '
asking! reasoning arguing,
press pleading and intercedingthat ''directly to where the, tellow was quake shock" somewhere or c4her.They'll cries and thinks that she really ,
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By THORN shot certalnliy need one o' them married beneath her while the
t} all ex-service men should takeout .. .M. in 'Tallahassee next folks "Well had I
f think I > there masheens groom's say: we
I these have
'Insurance. men
have
Strabismus ,De Luxe spring. Jvoped- that Sinclair would look.I i
., been eufflciently begged to do this ,
4 I'm, on the job again. He Sure Has A Cinch and am not going/ to waste space,over -I It may be perfectly true that "loveis *<< *. ed higher-but we'll try to put up "J ;1
Now that the Philadelphia Public, the matter, Each few ,weeks for blind' In some cases!; but I've Using Hackneyed ExpressionThe with her and overlook all the scrap! Fping
'fl'11ey' Wet Prudent> FOlks ,Ledger, the.Los Angeles Express,and the past,.two years has this same sort seen th' durn thing when, to judge Clearwater Sun says) "Wed- the newlyweds may have!" But m
# |by the, folks afflictedProceeding, it seemed! actually ding bells are ringing merrily; during this "merrily ringing" stuff-well,
half l million more minen the Cleveland Plain Dealer are aU$ of soliciting gone on-until the ex- f
Th or
cross-eyed.! I thank these lovelyspring days." Stop jtl!IThere' where do they get it I It ," ,
*who went artainl on AH Fool'aay ,favoring the election"of William Jen'nings I service men are tired of it? They you. ;
'* I good to those who don't have term ts e I
positively ;
Y" .. have ceOn been laying away Bryan as a senator from FlorIda know what they want-and what theydo I' it. ,IsngTheytttne ,
her Odd but the
and analyze
el ere they wouldn t it looks as if Park Trammell not want. The matter has been wedding bells that ring stop -
eskp home so mazuma calmly-,about remaining; out should secure,the backing of the Bo lJ!. 'there week's issue of .the Avon Paik ply don't do It-that's all. I've seen wasted) on the! majority of, folk ;
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Pilot failed to state the name of the about four weddings a month for the I 1:
"bout, three months." Most! folks begin ton Herald, the Seattle Pos -Inte1Jl- is not one of Ignorant of all I "
to hungry when, the payroll gencer, the Portland Gregorian, andthe ,the terms and conditions. Those whodesired editor publisher or' prlc -.-ln fact past twelve years in Florida but Humus means life to the soil. Don't :JI" .
\, Joein't grow commence within a LoLo Angeles Tlmea"The, in I to be reinstated have probably -!|what Is termed s "masthead" was'entirely / I've never heard a bell ling about;'I{ burn weeds and grass. Plow then un'der. (;:- :
r'' couple of weeks Then think, also, those! great papers would I done so-and there is no need of I lacking. The only way 1 can around, or because" of these affairs. .
for the is thatthere
4' of all the good money those strikers carry a heavy weight,with the votersof picking on them all through another account editorial proposition! column the -- -- --
Florida. Vaasum. I'll to.l being no ,-
I summer. say
are actually throwing a WIly .. '
who printed it was porterashamed" .
;;=- =' ' -- '-- -"- = man
I'r of it. Outside of, that It was Fertilizers Insecticide' Sprayers Poultry Supplies .
Honest! Goods Fair' Prices Prompt, ShipmentBeit "
a good issue. (
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'liL ;:_ --- t Facial-Em beIll8h".ntlr-- -- f E707-PAINTER{ kTIjZERO.... -ck.oariJle-Florida--- >{ ';
No Annie,* when we two talk
I About the lipstick Get NEW March, 1922, Price Lists before buying. Now fun aJ ar

j We don't actually mean a case ( "SIMON PURE and "GEM BRANDS"

ii y Where, immediately
A sweet osculatory oerfomance,
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is really awful difficult
1 110 break the
couple apart "
1 t Merely because the lips I stick!< :
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Nothing of that sort, dear. '
H 11 merely a rv I. :
r r.tt I The lipstick iaI -ecoratol'I I .

I i Which comes from a drutfs'ore(
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t And is always "salved" on ,
\,1} I iHv the little fingertip ; i

e c I Provided there is a solitaire : I
> 'Worn upon the delicate digit.

It isn't iI caRe where MTTLRY II
"The pdt calls]] the kettle black'- I

But it simply gives cause for - Los.v. I
Lips to call tTie lipstick red. "
li ) The only kick I have on it
: #! ]Is that some of th' stuff aattauWw uta. I
1' Mr' a flavor I d,>n't like .
t, Thereby, spoiling evciything.YasHum 'I I

Columbia Dry Batterie -
'fco.J.t.r. Columbia Batteries
11350 Coup eIA1S I thank 1 Dry I
you. work betterand
. Sedan . $209JNEVER *
Touring 11375 ooa o..e, *) I
Educated Jacksonville Merchants. last longer, are for sale at your very door! I I
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How some business mon can make -for belli and buncn
x a success with no education is one of -f or.h............." You can insist upon and get Columbia -
before has sleeve-valve I-TII
Knight
t amazing motor the things I could never un'dpJ'stuntl I -for g.*enino Dry Battrties whcrcicr .
)you \
When such made public I II -for lani..... on th.Fo.dwu..t."tn '
i things are
in fine car at so low a price. Europe uses the
so a tlure I .is a tendency upon the part of live. Hardware and general I stores,

x Knight motor in her most famous and expensive cars. 1 Now : mnnv youths to use them as an argu- I -for dry _or..t..hlelectricians, implement dealers,
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int ia closet rUr. \ .
I Imtnt that "education doesn't amount '
K' Willys engineering, Willys quantity production, put it in the reich I to much" and 1 don't blame 'em. I garret, barn .te: auto supply I shops, and garages sell I I '

Here is a verbatim copy of a I letter, Columbias.
of all in a car equally famous, but far less costly. with all names omitted, received l bv Th..rld',war famomitry
.... Klnsimmee. resident foin eWlwrr did when Universally used for doorbells buzz-
": ''II a prominent .; : ,
The Motor The Car | house in Jacksonville: "" : '' F.'ere heat alarms for
Slr: ; Clif Bimdtmg ers, regulators, etc
; The Willya-Knight motor Si the highest development The Willya-Knight Car ia especially denifmrd to "Mis Blank, Kissmee, Tla r_ ., *. -te.rge and for
of the Knight adding eleeve-valve principle. match the motor in long life find dtanc: n. I| Denr JRRI.-\Ve send you herein gas engine tractor ignition,
It web more power out of leae *.. than any other Graceful refined dignihrd. It. sturdy *>l,,,clchaaaia a sampel of P.iugee All Silk, :M2-lnch quick starting ignition on non-sclf-
motor of ita eixe and weight. It i. free from valve be.,. off jolt. and jars and hold. the es wide, on which we have a special Fords and
trouble free from carbon troubl., smooth quiet body permanently free from rattlra and equeakaVigilant price, for 14 Days Only et 98c per .No.6 starting for every battery
_ f flexible. Scientific teat and driver expenence ahow springs tranalate the roll of the load I Yeard, if same is satisfactory! will COLUMOI* need under the sun. Insist upon
that U grow more powerful with uae. And ita life- into undulating ...... It ia Beet, et pfortable ,< I jappriciat your oredor by returnd fCNITOlf Columbia.Columbia.
!fit P, limit has. never yet been ascertained. reaponmbl.-.nd a sound inveatment. i mail We toke the liberty of sending ,
f I for jour approval few sam peis of our .'
:Iwounderful line of Merchadiso for
spring. We espacialy wish to call your
'WILLYS KNIGHT][ attention to the samples of the *
"IH join"1
prenech Imported Cibneham, 32 inches I I
wide, fast colors, and can give you Batteries
The Motor With Use 1 same and'' any seize ef plade or chack, Dry
Willys-Knight Improves
et 76c per Yeard l, if any thing et any
a tim you may need of Yeard !goods es-!!
pacially, write to us! we will gladly
LUPFER & PRATHERKitsimmee send! you samples free. Our Shoe De- .!. '

Florida partmen_ is acomlet one, Hope to have
your oreder soon and oblige."
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f Oysters And Opposition E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY

Honor ble William Lee Popham- (...UE...- AND LARGEST! SKED HOUSE IN FLOIliD '
I He of oyster-growing fame, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
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Also of Apalaohirola J

t-a' :, ,".."..l1J11.J..iJ" ,; 1j< '7'n.n,:, .. a,- \', Y' Declares he will bring suit ": MARTIN'S HY TEST, SEEDS r s
Against .AlJsoclatedPre8l! Are Known For "
Quality ,
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And the United Press! "
_ i'd': < - And several! hundred papers, >: >' :{,Seed Corn, Beans, Peas, Pepper, Eggplant, Watermelon, Cantaloupe, t'

,' For" publishing the open fact, w.Aai) ; ( lour Tomatoes, Cucumber, Cowpeas, Forage and : Field Seeds.i ...
\ pY : f
'I r:::: That he violated ,the law " 'i Catalogue and Price-List will give full in ormation "We' carryall : .'
J' By selling! some of the stockIn varieties of garden, field and farm seeds that have been tested ,
his celebrated oyster orchard- and .proven -to be adapted to Florida soil! and climate, and our years ,
M'q, Where wait of experience enable us to handle the Florida Seed business to ad
oysters grow as you -
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vantage.
To non-i'esidents of Florida.
'I, He is going strongly after SPRING CATALOGUE
One hundred thousand plunkIn Martin's Spring Catalogue is now ready. Write for it. Everyone
each and every instance. interested in Florida spring and summer! crops should avail them- 1,
t I Mister Popham readily admits selves!! of information Contained in our descriptive! catalogue. Sup
r That he violated the law- plied FREE on request to those who send in their names promptly.
1 But did so intentionally; Write for it today. Full information and prices on all seasonable

\ And this being( the case seeds.
Wherein lies his contention! E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY (-:

Terror to Flies. and other Insect Pests About the propaganda
Mosquitoes Given him through newspapers? 202-206 East Bay Street Phone 4277-1230It's

Mister Popham should remember
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..; few bed linen That the press has given him - .
1,, Sprinkle a drops on More mighty good publicity

i: '. or curtains or spray around the Than About he his,could oyster have obbligata bought-

,room Does riot: stain Yet Because here of he's the trying threatened for more suits. so easy t

Popham is certainly a bear
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I For thank Yassum.pulling you.padded publicity. to have well .a


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yr Gracious, Annie, Read This Painted Floors
'< I am clipping the article printed
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below from the Lakeland Advertiser! : .
r, Under the head of "Urging : I4MI

r a Early Christmas Shopping,
W Thorn in his Kissimmee Gaz-

ette, says: Beautifully finished floors the
are f
I JI : "Says an advertisement in the
r Lakeland Advertiser under date pride of the home. It is easy and inexpensive -
i of Thursday, January 5:
I "Buy for Christmas, Stationery to keep your floors in perfect condition

,i liV Sk light, Candy Ivory, Purses Toilet,Articles Flash, with little work when you paint them with *'


etc."Sure' thing. Buy'em any old

.. > time.Sure'Buy, Brother'em now.Thorn." We were "Saw

t" 1 1N just trying to keep within hailing o

distance of you, having the Surface
_ read similar advice the prev- 1 I f, ai
; ious week'a issue of the Ga- and
; zette. you

It may be noted that Advertiser .SINCE 1861 Save All" ,
held that local for three months be-
fore laying his cards on the table- It dries over night with hard high-slot finish; '

because he knew no one would ever is absolutely] water-proof, does not mar or crack .. (

take the trouble to hunt up the back and stands severest scrubbing. It comes in nine ..
Will Last AU 1htTRIPLE files to prove or disprove the declaration -

Many, many years ago Mister ;: attractive A.
U. Ananias was reputed to be ;
about the best designer of motion- Asa He CeIar c.Ne .... ....., .osk w t.rII. ,.
Contents Oz. PRICE picture aerials to be found in the r...... tlual ...!-......lolL- ..... .. r
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whole country and there was such
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an intense aversion to believing what OSCEOLA HARDWARE, COMPANYKlssiamee .
STRENGTH 25 CENTS ha said that if he entered a bungalowand '
ManofacturedBy asserted that it was raining car- Florida
I pet tacks the people would immediate.
Sleep .'Insurance"''Company ly flock out of, doors carrying ann
umbrellas and expect to pick cherries

..<* :15'East Adams'St.Jacks nvill Florida or prune ,or something like that. glistening
> .. in the Mister
i ... brightly sunlight
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Ananias meet Mister editorof
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fraternltyandv.
brothers of the same

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". -.,.,"- ,THE 'KIS.SHI.tEIC VALLCT GAZETTE. ;FKIDAY. APRIL '7., 1.22B ...'

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.' orable t rra of payment.. We wantto 1 I ,
how you the* lands. Also we < .
4 DICKERSON' LLEGALADVERTISEMENTSII. I have small farm with rood dark
oil. '(In. flowing well rood Souse L AGRICULTURAL POINTERS rASINfl
CONTRACTOR, BUILDER anil barn. cloSe Int An. b.rry land.
I All 'kind of Florida farm and In.
: Th' C..... .f tfce Cmmmtr. Ja.*r.. cause, that ''pursuant to a final decree vetment Nelson Realty Company. 'I THEATRE -U
BricklayingLathing, Plastering,* |1. O*..*.. c..I. ....rI... ntered la this osu.e on the, lt day ,- . 2
Painting of March A. 1>. 1521. I shell offer for FOR 8ALB_Fin* residence property.. Now i II a mihty good time to 'kill
No. 121 Brack' Street KlsalmmeeO. IN RR ESTATE!' ale and sell at public outcry for Cash Apply at the offlo*. of Th. valley" joint grass; bermuda ... and other
..l.. JAMRH W. M1UL.ER.. In hand to the hlgheat bidder at thefront Oaxette. 'Klnlmmee, 'I.U gr.
,DF.CEAfCED! door of the Court Home In KlInimee *- troublesomo grass or weeds on the MONDAY APRIL 10 .
1, To all Creditor. Legate, Dlatrlbu- Oaceola County, Florida on FOR 8AL.ES-Tw.o boya eulta. .-"_1' farm. Keep the harrow going in the ,
teas. and all person having claim or Monday the Id day of April A. I). old .I.e. velvet One dark blu. one fields to the moisture
conserve
r. KRIBB8 W, J., STEED, demands aitalnat said eatat: Tou and 15:*, during the leiral hour' of ...1.. dark .green Russian *tyl*. whit -
'ach of you arc hereby notified andrequired the following described property. .H- collar and cuff, detachable.* Nearly Everywhere there was a good or- .
1. KRIBBS. &: STEED to present 'any claim or demand .nat In Uaceola County Florida, vlsi new Apply 101 Main .tr..... ...U anr bloom. The grower. In order tosavs
*, which you, or elthar of you. West-half. of the Northwest quarterof the fruit ,K,'
..* r-..._.... 1 of young now settlnr
Atteraey at Law may have against the paLate of Jame. the Northeast quarterV FOR 8ALK-Wooden waahlnir machine
KlMlaQeaeral ..1.rI. W. Miller deceaaed. lata of Oaceola NW% of NK14 and West half of ; nearly ..... Apply *01 Main must conserve the soil moisture all r.
'. County. I1&IorIdft. to the underpinned North half of Southwest quarter. of straet. 0-tf he can. Run the harrow every weekin
raetlr !a all II..(. aa4U .1. W. Miller, Jr.. Administrator of said Northeast quarterVV4 of N4 -
.. t.J the and will be -
.. surprised
State* Cmrt. eitate, within two years from the date 8Wt4 of NEt: > of Section 1 FOR SALE-On. TJen Electrlo Wall grove, you
hereof.Dated. (16) Town.hfp Twenty-nve February I. A. D. ..IU.Aclmlnt.trator' of Range: Twenty-nlno (!>) East, con- abt* price. Apply Valley Oa by the moisture held by breaking the
Fat Johnston O. P. .aUtR'BlTJOHNSTON / W. MIL.L.KR. JR. talnlntr 1 Thirty (10) acre*, more or *. ..tt.. ,.tt. soil crust. .
of Estate of Jainea Dated 1st day of March I8S1.
& GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW W. Miller Deceaaed Z. DASS.KRIBDS' There must be more cowpeas and
: WANTED.
W. n. CRAWFORD. ; Attorney., Special! Mailer. velvet beans planted in our county.These II4Pi47tt.H I
Orlando .,Iorld.. STEED.
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.VVANTKO-8alesro tu_ Lwant wo.Uy.dr."d -'two legume -crops--addmuch
.. o\lnnLIOf .Complainant. It-it :
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: .Office.-.10-11, ,..od, 12r0colaBand IN- rCiKcrrtT COURT. i7TH -.Jonl: "... ...en aL..g !'Motet"' nitrog.n-an4-bumu.--t--the-so4I-- I4 fUi ;
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Park .
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ClAL.-C.U"UIT-4)I"-Jo'I. -Th.-.als In tne at>6Ve caT I I. pot- To1'1nearDean; at
RIUA--f NO- of
.. is estimated to be 'r
: . -------- acre
---BuildinrrKI881MMEII. cowpeas I
r FoR OWKOL.A COUNTY. IN CIIANCKRY. poned until the n..tIo..day; In May fiom 'la'O to f:00. and :.0 to ':00 worth in fertilizer f :
Federal the the fIrst of p.nl. x i 920 value.
FLORIDA Land Bank of Colom aame being; day May.
bia a- aCorporation. Complnjnarlt. \.* A. I). Itti at the above-lated place Spray'with lime-sulphur to kill t .
8 n. .Aultman. al. Uer..ndllnill. On during the stun. hour of .ale. \\VANTUn-Tour; blackcmlthlnff Autoaprings rust; mites in the citrus jrrove. Rust '1
wolded Hore-hovlna and I ,
Monday, the 22d day of lIta)'. 1':2S, tho Z. HASH.
di-frmlanta lunbelle L. \\arlnir. .and Special Ma.terKRIBHS wagon work. Get my prices and mites are worse ,on grapefruit in ,
Willson & Aultman her hUHUHtid R. l>. WarliiK. are ordered & HTK15D. have natlnfaxtlon Located on alley I April, and on oranges in June, Rust
I to to the bill of Counsel for Complainant 17-4t north of Christian church Entrance
imcar complaint In I mites cause a loss of fifty cents a
thn above ______ __ from llroadway and Main .trUE't fo'V .
.t'I..d CHUM It !I. further m
ordered. that this order tier published 'IN <'ntn IT coi'HT. "$' Iw'rv.BTII _.\ ,_Meier Proprl..tor. n.tf box on about half' of the citrus grownin I I L
REAL ESTATE for el ulit ronnncutlxe weeks In The Jt lUtIAI. t 1114'I '''', HI'A'lr 4.1""* Florida It is usually safe to spray .
Kloalmmee. Valley dinette, a ..e....nn- frLOIIinA. ('(JlJ \T\' Or' t)4IiLA' FOR RENT the frowlngffruit with lime-sulphur RCPICTURE.S
per puhllfthcd in Oticeola Count. "Klor- .' ida Olven under my hand and sell Kurt RRNT- Room* at reduced rato solution for tho control of rust mites, Pr...ft. *.-
11 Darlington Ave. Kissimmee thin _--day of Marrli A, 11. U2!, P. PHII ) : at Beaumont avenue but this solution should not be used '* -
LIPHComplainant J'uW. ::6ao.
(Signed) J. lu OVERSTHEnTi ) 'ho lt1-t f ,when the temperature is above .90 PXULINE.FREDERICK. -
Clerk of tho ,'. ) l'er.eIn..ir. '
(Circuit Court Seal) court-,. ISABEL LILI.IAN\\'An. ) Fun ItUNT-mAnx part of a lwl... 'degrees. .
.I NO. and H. l>. Vt'ARtNO. > room house furnished or unfurnlah- j i Cows are being tented for tuberculosis ,. _
NOTU ..J FOIl FINAL IJI"nG"J her huslinnil KL.IZA- > eel all modern; one elsrht-room. house this week in Kisslmmee and -" .

THE QUALITY MARKET la tli* Court .r ('ou. ,. Ja.I..... State :/ lt\g'lN :?dAN.pXnA'-. >) I all",,,nt.modern second; one floor furnished, one six-room apart-i j I|I Saint Cloud. Milk is a balanced 77/P LURE oPJADE'

. .f KlorldM. Oneeola t'...ISI3 l I.ANI> ( )aII'A- house' one fuur-rooin house, ,pltntyv food containing all the properties essential .... SIORV .., .1 PR444SP -
Now under NY a corporation ) *.f shade, two of land. clusp to1' - .afl --
( new management) acres : to an all-round ration. Use .p Sa- noq -
I the l:.\tnti. of Jennie A. Case 1 kefetidantRNOTK > lirlik road All them.. properties are ,
i, till a "Cash and Carry Market" DeceanpclNOTICn 'M] (H.' M,%"' .liif.H MA 1.1-1 also for Bui*, See H K Chapman as more milk. and less meat. The health LfH P:{u.. ,-
IS IIKIIKI11 nl\'EN to nil Notice I. hereby (irlv'n thit. undec.. H12 i vets the low pilots. 225 Cttutih fairy doesn't live in a tea or coffee : .
t with a nice line of Groceries added. w hum It mnconcern that on the 12th and b)' \'Irtu.or a dtcree of forecloiA street. city Id-tf but little folks can see one in
day of May. A. U 1H22, 1 ahall apply ure and ulo lanulnK out of the Circuit I cup
You see what you are buyingandmust tu the HonotuMe T r." Corner. JudKe Court of tho Hoventcenlh Judicial Clr- KOU IlKNT: :.M..elfurnished Hat the bottom of a glass:! of milk.
be or ha lil Court, in J IHI &U of 1'... bate for cult of. Florida, In and for UnreolaCount M , pleased. final dlnohaiui' aa Kxeoulor of the .... In ( hRnc.>r>'. In a cause therein ..ul11m..r.V.. li Harris 14-tf all land to .
tale of Jennlf A. Case., dec<.uned. and pending Wherein P PhlllliM IN complainant I : your just one or two
Your Patronage Solicited that at thn name tlmo I wl'l prevent \ arid lHHht-1 llllan VVarInK KCH IUNT: --Quartets on the lower 1 I crops. Don't take one or two chances Eifkth Episode. -
my final accountS an Kxenut of said and R l>. \\arlnfr. her hunbani. Kllca- I floor of the Willson bulldlnn on Dar- when you can just aa easily take
estateand link for their ap.rovnl. beth DoncRaii and P. ... Ldtubuth and lliiKrton avenue All ready for 00. ',
Raise food "NAN OF THE NORTH"
JOHN T. DAVIS I>I at..d l"elttuar\I 4. A D 1922.RAYMONI : Paradise laland C ,"pany. a, corporation I ,' iu > CASE are defendant I will offer for K, IJV.taon., of Wat* n-Hall! your own use and try to have a surplus -
ManagerNo. M-gt xecutor. ale and will Hell to the highest and I ManufartuilnKT Compun)', Klsslmmei to sell.I --
beat bidder for ca..h at the riant doorof I ., n.., must something about irrigation :c
14 KISSIMMEENEID'S A> OKDIA <'F.Am the Court House In Klxilmme, (Is.ceola .. say
Broadway Count}.. Klorlda. during the lefral LOSTl4tHTTliursday and tile drainage before closing
0..1...... C. I'rofclMt the Pwaaeal hours of aale on Monday. the flr.t day this article. You now see we must LUMBERBefore '

n of Illicit Liquor. |lof I legal May salea,, A. day.L>, 111 tho!!, following the samebeing, ditrlb'ed a. March SO. Klirln oc- have water at our disposal to be

Be It (". BATHS the City of KlaslmmeeHectlon : I of oiccola and State t"oJn"I':. I II..ota to- tic gold chain Iteward for leaving gets wet then the tile draniage placing your order for
I 1Vhoev..r ha In his or herposiiessluM .name at office of The Oasette Kissimmer. lath
wit; mouldings shingles
will its if ,
17-lto play part. See can'tmanage
lumberr
k or knowlnqrly permit the one to three both Inclusive and you -
Best For Maay Diseases send list -
torlnft on Jils or her pri ml..... In the. lots Mix to twelve both IncluaHe of to irrigate and tile one acre us your
City of H h...Ion. 01"". any nUoholtc beyerages. Frank Van Avnew/ ubdlvllon. known MISCELLANEOUS! this year.FEDERAL. for low estimate. Our prices .are
Good baths with water direct from Known as IntoxU\ itlnic liquors ; ... Paradise Inland being, a ubdUlxlonof right, grades guaranteed, and can -,
under the State Law which \liquors government lot one of flection thlr- SECOND HAND OOOns' bought old
make deliveries
medicinal well. Open Tuesdays have been Illicitly manufactured and I Itv-fonr S4) In Township twenty-five and repaired Th. Casino ...If GRADE PACKIS pr rnptlv.
Thursdays Saturdays from 9:30 a. common!; railed Mnmul'me. 1'acldnn- (85) Houth. Range, tuent\-nlne ISI) NOW BEING URGED

m. to 5:00 p. m. A short drive from ham. .or flhall other upon Illlrltly con\i nUlUf..tur..dliquor. lion for suchofreiiMi ola east' Count of Tallahuniiep Florida I Meridian In Oae.- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES The Perry Lumber CompanyPERRY

Kissimmee. Phone 304.-3 rmjfs. ., l>.. punlahed l.' tmnrlauntmitIn" ;l AI..SO: That Certain tract d".I"ne --HRtJ-- A special meeting of the Osceola
I the lM>rl for the water be left o'clock for the
Orders at eight !
may : tv flue not exceeding' r "1"0Iu.lr..d Frank Van Ajrhew on the I3tl: dav nun and women to handle city tradefor purposeof
at residence, 614 Patrick street. I Klflv dollar*, or by be 'h One and 'Im- of Juti4'. 1911. In plat book I on pave lh' .. Kenutn and original J K: hearing Robert Bier talk on
prlfnnmi at th.1 ,rdlnll of the 45 .... HKHRHVni and being In the ntklns Products. Established 1S6Knntlnnallv "Marketing." Mr. Bier ia from thedeportml"nt

CHAS. NEW Owner I Ma Si.> r.r. :J Ml o..fll'.'u t i N or parts oror .oiith wi a.fitern lid bounded mu-i of on the the saul!euat ParftdlaeInland by lot > crt4s..d, l>ut known' proposition and n"fllanall is superior ad- of agriculture Washing

\eri anurle I -- e will bc jclvdto ; ton. While in this section he expects Robert Reidel Co.
-.------- 'I' th,.' ..An,. nr'. bit l h r'l.e..I. . ''II11"1,,, anti lot 12. on the uf*.i bv tb.ihnri. .- nil l you whyVrlte today for. I I get the different associations to adopt
l <'ml n Prat iip"-d eroniS time l '\ line of th> lake and on the fie Rumple anil extlusivterritory.
iinanlinouH. < ..flCi III. j id pICa..1 In ",,. north blot* II. t<'. V anti Ii of Bald First <""me. first served J. R the federal grade pack. Wauchula
I( Telephone*-=( ;f .:..., No. 3-- !.. -*: on. si.".Ion. thin Tth ,lay of Mitich A aululU I" ')fploni ktns fompaio. ,Uepartment. 75. \\\'at.I'I growers have adopted this grade and
I ...I..n''n.:; anHour. -i 11 1HJ2 MI or the jilmve IfMrilbrcl propertylid phis. Tennessee their cucumbera are selling front 7)5c),
A s iiiLiirnT.SI" ii K I h. entire I iHland' known.. I Pnraitir -
,X LI I're., lent of (*ounillAtlCHt l. ( to $1 better than outsiders. We hcpeto :
8,3d( to 12 tlO. I 100 to T'CO < <] > Island exr< pt lot. 4 and 5 of staId MONEY TO LOAN n.ori.1 wOvEllywoKa
I : 1 8tibtllvllon, adopt. the federal 'pack here.
DR. B. L. WILKERSON i iI .1 I \It flIT.IJIr.ltT.el..rl, | Such val- will: I be made and dfed to'imichHuer M''Nin TO lN on wood dial LEO H. WILSON.
I KlMkn"subject I to n irta Iii KaH Adillens P O, IJox, 184, city I .
I I I II'"r"'d this 7t i day of MM"11'h. A. 17-ltx
itrlrr itiratte the pattI land.
nn II
111'1'1"" I I', 1 1p22. pen I II All clear as the purest water is 1))
mode b) Elizabeth\ nowKon l to C P
; I H. It. MAV. I Whtpple, recorded. In Mortgage Rook I Liquid Borozone yet it is the most ,.;:.-! _
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n"a..l1 Store. ..
Office Over The r
Mayor: of Hi ity of Ktsatmmee.iii "
< at tie Records of OaipoluI
I J page I powerful healing remedy for flesh
_ _ 19-51
I County. Florida. In the um of BevonThounand
Ltollari (H.IIIIO.IIII) and accumulated wounds sores burn. and acalds that HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY: ALL,
> ( >M OK AI'HI.Kri( \ fo'un--T.\\:; Interest thereon. should medical science has ever produced. :
StafeNewsVeber
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l1KI.lt.Notice -: said prior mortgage/ not be thor..torore'r..d..m..d. Try it. Price. 30c. 60c, and $1.20. INTERIOR'FINISH. 'WINDOWANDr
and will also be ub-
marie Sold .,e
Is I-Ierebyllven that Law- by J. Z. Roberson.
JESSIE D. KLEINMAN Ject to delinquent\ taxes If any aRalnatthe .
,'' rente McCiiJIlBter! purchaser of Tax said land... DOOR FRAMES. WINDOW ANDDOOR
'Certificate No: 1S04 dated the 2nd dir' '
W. J. HTBKn.174t .
Work I of JuA.) IT). 117 ha. filed .ald certificate : .
Stenographic .
Copying In my ofrleu and h... made application Ior.e.r'ln Chancery the white man who murdered SCHOOHJOTESFrethmaaJsiaior SCREENS .
the Seminole Jack Tigertail. in ' .'
for tax deed to laaue In accordance I < ;
Thone 253, State Bank Building with law hald certificate ADMINISTRATION j ISOTICHla Dade county and was sentenced to :::-:. ... . .

.embraces the following. described. prop. t..rf. ml Cviiaty J.ria.. Oviiaty. ...... imprisonment for life, has been'I Masquerade (If
situated In Osceola Flor. ,
erty County ( State of Klvrlda. ,.. : -*-E .- k

Ida l..ot to-wlti. 1 ..1OdY.. II .Farmer's. Reo BY Estate TilE)of JlfurjK Jennie. (if Kowell SAIl l.ow&l.OJURT.WI1EKEAS. granted a new trial. 1 The Freshmaj'for;;:: ; masquerade Phon. 216 For Estimates.'Darling:. _ _

I Subdivision aI Partners. Addition toIJropect .' Lena Lord has appliedto The Eau Gallie Record has now in', party; which was held at the wnlli ton and Halsey 'Streets j ,Kiss 1mm e*

The said Park.land being apessad at thodate this Court for Letters of Administration stalled linotype and success aeems.. known Log House, waa one of the ,
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WE MOVE THE :ARTH! of Issuance of said certificate In on deceased the estate, late of of Jennie said County Rowell to be fast approaching.? I j( outstanding events of the season acI .
,1..ow.lI. .RELIEVES"NEURALGIC
the name of J. W. Thompson Ijnleiaanid i I the
Or Anything On Top The Earth ceitlflcate to law.shall tax .be deed redeemed will laauethireoM according of OsceolaTHKHU ARE.: THEREFORE. To citeand ,' Clearwater has raised $7000 by house cording was to artistically younger decorated set. The in SLOANS .

on the 220ft day of April, .\. admonish all and lnatilar the. popular subscription to carry on the red, white and purple, and the lights, -
YOUR HOUSEHOLD COODSOr kindred and creditors of said deceasedto schools
another month and "
l p, 1022 expects ACHES
be and before this Court covered with the
I appear on purple gave rooms -
Anything That Can Be Moved I j L Circuit OVERSTHEET.Clerk CourtOsrenla . or before the 2d day of May A U. 1922. the remaining $1700 will be easy ''a mystic hue.Leonard :
County. Klorlda and file objections" If any they have. work. The teachers there have @xDJ'elllled '
to the grantIng of ettera of Administration | Harricka, dressed an a TTOR forty year* Sloan' Liniment
Get our price before( having your 1S-61 Hy tI.' U Bullock. L>. CIK on said estate otherwise the themselves as being willingto young lady. was awarded the prize IT ha. been: the quietest relief for

hauling done. I :\oru E ( F.C'lJTOH FOlt' "fll. eame will be gisntei to said LenaLont. donate a portion of their wages for being the best dressed person. .neuralgia J sciatica, sad rbeumavtsm
or to some other tit person 01 -provided it shall be necessary.
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ItIlH'1Inul'JI. person j I Among the various,. amusements was ,tired muscles lame backs, apraine i

.... \ITNK8H mv name. as County an advertisement contest and everyone and strains aches: and pain.eep ..' ,
3, Ik. < ..rl ef t..I, -. State ofFlerMa. S. S. Griffin of Orlando. has announced ..
W. H. JONES.TRANSFER COMPANY O.ceol. ('.u.I,.. Judge the 4th of daof tbe April'ounty A, aforesaid I'. 1H22 this that he will be a candidateto : was trying to see who could get } Sloan's kady and apply freely,, 4

I'HONE .,., In the 1cstaeofiflliott\ : R Burr. (Heal) T. 1... POMHR succeed himself to the position of I the most right. Professor Shave tntkout nMfing,'at the first twinge. -

a r!..... Ortlfr ft Ofcfolm Hmrdifmr c.. Heceasf'd 17-6t County Judire representative of' Orange county. !'didn't get a one but got the prize for It easea and bring comfort surely ..
"i MlTlCK IS HCKKLIY: QIVUN.: to nil it as it was April Fool. All enjoyedthe
13th Should he be victorious in the election -I and readily. You'll find it .deaa and. ;

da whom)' of It Slab may, A concern I). 1922 that I shall on the applyto this will be his third term in the mock trail. Jack Simpson, the non-akin-stalning. i.. -. '

the Honorable. T K Comer, judge CLASSlnEDCOLUMN legislature. school attorney used his oratorical Sloan' Liniment .fa paIa'eeDemi..
DR. R. J. DENNING said I I Court, as Judge of Probate, for I THE ] powers to such an advantage that the Ask .
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neighbor.At _
DENTIST my final dlaiharire n* (xecutor of themtate your ,_
Willi. B. Powell has withdrawn 'hi* jury was convinced that almost everv
deceased and
of iillott H.Jun. all i 70C $1.40.,
dniggiats ttc.
Over the Postofflce. that at th.o aumc lime I will presentmy ; FOR SALE resignation as secretary of the Lake' member of the faculty was guilty of _
final I accounts .. Executor of saul I county chamber of commerce-In his or her respective accusation. Suit.
OFFICE: HOURS: 5 to n:so. i:10 t. I estate and ask for their approval __ I
the demand made ata able fines and sentences then S1OaiS
Residence Phone 174- l Hted 28d day of Manli A' I li. 1923 FOR $.-\I.E-F.u, for hatching: White compliance with were
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Orace Phone 158 WIl.l-IAM 1 MUItn 1U mouth Itock good layliiic strain; mass meeting in Tavares, and will laid upon them by Judge Harry
)&.8f Kxecutor one dollar fur 16 Mr, I. O. Yohn. I remain in office. Mr. Powell is the Spier. .,. _

.. rireiill ('o.rl. State .f Fl.rId.e- 213 Mitchell\ .itreet Klnnlmrnee- xKOR ,I best and most dependable county secretary ,I I Then everyone's mouth- fairly watered Liniment

....... .e..tOt.O... eaite alli Judicial <'Irealt.roa SAI.K-Potato barrels. In any to be found in Florida. when they saw delicious looking -
4'...1,.. I. C.r,. riunntlt Special price* In <'urlotnCorrespondence 'chocolate cakes with red and green -

M. TILLER C Z L.lpplnci Complainant \n Manufacturing nollclted Clearwater flear-- :, Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment to punch about to be served. But. alas! Taetwtvr.......HekWiUqnleUy

('".'ollne Uiuce I/lpplncolt, Herentlant. water Florida Company 17-tr joints that ache. It relieves bon the cakes were blocks of wood coat .........<..*'

Real [state Aenc.aa..fla.naflflaatSflfla :I: It appearing bi' afflda\lt appendedto I ache muscle, ache and neuralgic pnin.I ed with bitter chocolate. and the applyiaar"'f._ 1WIirtJW.IJIo.SobIoa' ".
thy MH filed In the above-stated FOR HAI..K\- -Btruwlrry land clone In T\1Nt' : '
Three sizes, 30c, 60c and $1.20 per was merely colored ice water. .. _
I punch !
cuuae that f'aiollne lime 1.II'rI"'otl.tho Kood hou*>, flow Inn wt 11. nt a t>ni"- = o.Y4i.we.
deft.ndaiit therein named.. 1 Ia a nonresident gain prier and on favoraiile termn of bottle. Sold by J. Z. Roberson. ** The expression that crossed the face! .. _'
: Realty Bought and sold. of the Mtate'! or FlorIda. and ,Is 2avrnent Slight take other property I ,1of the guests when they bit into, the HobsoBczcmaOmenta.
resident of Chlcnpro Illinois andover ax "art p.y.Ve have al...> a few j i' .
houses rented. the. age of twentyoneCUTH: U fimall trnct of good beirt' and fruit BUILDING UP CONFIDENCEWhen wood. caused great mirth and merriment _

and Titles verified I. therefore ordered that the said nonresident 11111.... done to city. on ..a.y payment I on the part of the servers.
Taxes paid defendant be and she la hi'reby *. See IIH for liargaintu. We I you patronize a merchantwho | But to appease their wrath and --
for non-residents. required to.appear to the bill of have a fine 8i-acre( farm and (gtndhome practices honesty in his advertising -- - - -- -
complaint! filed In uld cause on or be- In Newton. Kanun. ., to deal for make up for their disappointment. r -
r Fire. Life and Accident Insurance. oro Monday. the let day of : \fay. A, Hti ; Orange irrove Nel..on Realty I and always sells the quality he real refreshments of dainty fruit c _
I>. 1022': otherwise I the allegation* of Companv Klsalmmee x offers through his printed announcement salad, sandwiches, and punch were
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said bIll 1 will be taken aa confessed by confidence in him
,
you acquire served.
aid defendant FOR HAI..E-Two new VIolroliiK at I BASS'CONSTRUCTION
Bonds.
Indemnity! It I. furthet. ordered that thl. orderbe barfralna one worth $12fi ffntm at'' and his goods. .I When the guests took leave they
published once a week foe: Four 150.; the other worth I ISO. at : You /his word as truth. You'
aroe accept what
.. heartily expressed time
..... . . ... . .... consecutive weeks In The Klsnlmmee. |6ft. Also one large library table : a dandy
know that when he he is
_ Valley flaxette." a newspaper published practically new, well worth $25 togo says going they had had.
In said County and Stale. at .tha bargain price of (JO Call to sell dollar values at half price you COMPANY .
''hi. March SOth, 122 at The Electric Shop Darllnictonavenue can buy a full dollar's worth for fifty Now if this doesn't.beat a common
J. L. OVEUSTREKT, 17-tf _
:: P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNBTATLAW Clerk Circuit Court cents. "ha ride" the Freshies would 'like W-fl-eW

'l KRIB-BS STEEl>. FOR 8AL.B---Cheap, 150 feet. woven And you feel that you can go to his to know it-!, .
tiollcltur far Complainant. 18-51 wire. fencing and two rood, garage store at any time and be assured of PHONE 117 r

OFFICES door.: also out-door honest treatment honest values and Notes t _ _
IN rlRttllT ('OUR?. SlIM Jl'IHCIAI.IHCIIT Call at M* Verona, ".
: Winter' Park. Florida (" : OK KI.OHIDA. IM AM! w.ter-clo."t'j I honest price. ,
r I FOR OStKOLA CUUNT1. IN ('MAN.JSHlt FOR SALE-Eleven and Good advertising in its fullest sense The poor Imposed upon Freebies Practical |
( all cleared and fenced. on brick road.cbs. are growing "weak in the knees" for
I In. About two hundred citrus I can give any merchant the reputa- .
.Mary B Hewell, tree on tract nearly all In bearlnaBalance tion of being "on the square." On the preliminary is next Friday and as ontradors and Builders
4- Bobert: R Hewell..mt:. nn"cs'.tL: of land aultabla for tre In 1 other hand advertising with only' an this will be the first time for the '

On Monday. May 1st. l2t..the defendant one of the beat. cltru *ectlon of Oareola occasional little untruth 'can often Freshman it ia no wonder that we ,J ',
Robert K newell la requiredto county Price "750. Will take I
t- CITY. appear to the !kill of complaint In late model Ford touring car a. part undermine reputation of a dealerto Ire frightened. '
the above atyled cause. It t* ordered payment. A. KI>.nnl*. at Gazette. such an extent that you become The Seniors and' Sophomores are Structures of' AJII Kinis
that thl order published for "f Itf-ttx suspicions and question statement looking forward to Friday night with
four consecutive weeks In The Klsslmme .> every r"j
Valley Gazette, a newspaper pubIlshed FOR BALE-,-At. II OS each. Brown Lerhoro he makes thereafter. joyful ,anticipations,., a* Ernest ..Oliverwill _

MEATJMARKET In Osceola County, Florida.I ben.; flee layer O. F. Krlbh Advertising that tends to build have chicken pilau prepared for .WOOD, :.BRICK. 'STONE,\STEEL, ,.
; I I Given under mr band .and seal this 1I.U confidence it a mighty and valuable them on Oliver's Island., _

- Oth day of MrevgitJ':' icET. FOR 8At.E>-Fresh. cow very cheap instrument in the hands of the progressive The new' song.boob have arrived STUCCO .*

F.resh.Mea.t and Clerk Circuit, Court. ilL','Apply to P.. ttlolcvrson, ill merchant. It is the means of and Miss Waterman ia teaching: usa ,.

(Circuit Court Baal i tNOTICB Brack .tr.... KUalmmea. IS-tfo nourishing his business and makingit beautiful song from them. The Faiitiar Tiatiif; PaperUaifUf.Everytakf j .

: ( or MA'TB*" ALB. I"ORBAL1II.. For lIen rurnlb4 grow to the limit.of its capacity. name of this long "Venetian Sum- ,. '.4( _
: Vegetables Room and No Tre.paaatird.*.. ieeynta -- "" -.-- . met' Night and we hope to b*' able .fa.tIsB.UJlsg, ;Ua*
In the Circuit Court .f: th-Beren- each at, The uaaatte eiSa.a .. ...A:Paris physician.'who \has-for many to sing it beautifully in a abort tim.: -' '
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tnlb3udlclar Circuitof the State ef _ __., . 4..tt .
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r PhoiicSukactiW ,:;fJ4' Florida ID and for.Osceola House County.Complain IIICbaaoer'I..obn..r O CEOCA. FARMS' 8UBDIVI8IOM-' believe.:yean he studied has discofered Egyptian: an mammies,embalm i Anatole France the winner of the N. ,F.. :EA5S: .;"' ::"I A&-aA35 -

ant. versus B.' I* t..*l.y..- et. aU Res.pondents tra good flr-acr tracta... Strawber. ing fluid that will maintain a Nobel prize has given the entire $40 322 Reyal St. SIS, SprU Are.V : ,
: Notice Iah.rebp-Iven- ry land; one-fourth mil from Dixie Ufe-lIk'j 000 to Russian relief',ln U e Volga -- .. .' '
incorpses for ... "r
'lh. und..I..ed sa SpecialMajter. Highway! one-half mile" from city appearance ; : : >.:

; : : 'for. UM 'Ya11U Gaxett. !.., heretofor i.. . . ,appointed .*.a the . .1.1i. ,limits.- Fine, ehoeolat t ',r ub-olL' ". Fav 20 year. district I'

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.... .. \\1.:' $ '. 'c" !( \ :t. "
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TEN TIFF KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY APRIL 7, 1922 ,

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,ference at Jacksonville, Mrs. J. L.I year commencing the first are until the close when checks will are available to 'local! business men $2.85 for 120 blocks; split for stove. " ,
Overstreet and Mrs. J. L. Maroney 8. L. Lupfer desired the boar to be sent, out .to winner. ,Now away for local development.. It i.i a pleas wood, guaranteed full strand' $3.15. i{1
} fIN[ SOCIETY'S REALM ] cave a wonderful report, which was have' its records show that the price yon all go and let us see what kind ure to report the exceptional growth All delivered. ,Phone 91; 616 Brack "":'
greatly! enjoyed. h. made on the-cement delivered for of told spellers and slogan writers of this bank, as it shows the healthy street. u J.:. Bonnin. 15-tt. .I i I
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the Melbourne road show according you are. financial, condition of Kissimmee and -- t
FORMER RESIDENT BELATED,, MEMORIAL OF to his proffer. The price made for To The Merchants I Osceola county." TO LATE TO CLASSIFY 1
VIS1TIIW KISSIMMEE PYTHIAN CIRCLE Ashton delivery was $3.74 per barrel I All merchant who have ads In our
t Mrs. Maiorie Dickerson, who wa I (Contributed) and for Holopaw delivery was contest are asked to take advantage MODES VERSUS MORALS LOKTIn.. hor colt two rears old)
t Memorial services of the Pythian $3.79 per barrel-but the county engineer off changing.their ads each week. Be g-ood, shape and well-keptj black fskin'
a resident here a store of :years agoand DISCUSSED IN FINE
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Sisters in which that body was joined sunburned. John Uuttachllnc
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had been figuring all of it at to later
sure get in not
later moved to Baltimorehasa your copy PHOTOPLAYIs Auliurndalo,
< K. L 1
of R. ,
by the Knights Pythias were NEW WARNER Flortdn.IlIts
i been visiting In Kissimmee being ihe- lower figure. The correction was than Monday. If you need our help
held on Wednesday, March 22, when I 1 made. in. the preparation of .d, Just
the Mrs. II C. Stanford. your
Mra.gueat.of Dickerson hntt\, been greetinmany" the names of all dead in both organizations -I I 'J. M,Johnston appeared again in the 1 call the office, and we will be only an evening gown the garb of degradation '
of the older residents a'and were read... The..ceremony :matter of a wrong assessment to the 1 too glad to call.and get your copy or 7Without. .
was impressive--especially the .... 1 I' hesitation most; of us rASINfl
very
taking a great deal of pleasure in Consolidated Land Company there ;assist you any way we can. .Each :
"One Sweetly Solemn Thought, that'it not, but the stern
would is
her brief Mrs Stanford has song i having been an irregularly shaped merchant will surely get his money'sworth say "
also been stay.entertaining Mrs,' J. p. sung by Miss Laura Carl. J. L. Ov- tract which was not included in I parent In ."Why Girls Leave Home, THEATRE, .
Cox of Tampa.MISSIONARY ? erstreet made a very touching address. (special road and bridge district No. I If there is anything about the tea which will be shown at the Casino beliefthat ;
The choir sang "Asleep in '2, but had been so assessed for three ture you do not understand, be free Friday, April 14, is firm in the
1 ., SOCIETY Jesus," in so touching a manner that 'years, The excess In taxes paid by ,to call the contest editor at the Valley it is a sham and ingenious modeof TUESDAY APRIL 11
MET AT BUNGALOWThe there was scarcely a dry eye in the'house. his client amounted to. $5,008.64, and 'Gazette office. revealing the hacks of women. In ,j j'Jj
i After the ceremonies all re direct contrast to this assertion Annn.
Woman's Missionary Society an order for that amount, plus ,titer 9
of the Methodist church met in reg re-freshments eat' was drawn payable in one year, CONTRACTORS REPORT Nillson, who is the featured play-
-ular.. Jtionthlybusiness) _section_at The which willJ be taken as cash by the PROGRESS tQ. in the screen play, contends that ..}
Bungalow Monday afternoon. FoiJoiWlBtf '"M.:Rivers, TWrs.; L. R Farmer; Mrlr.rRoM1tYoM1'1JJJi8mtttnnnt'Mn t tax c-oTWtor next -i"iiir n-paymentot.: . ....in..nothing. aUg'jt'ealli.tLJIbout.: an t. "
- r 3i- :- (Continued from! *: One evening and that furthermoreit
tiJjftnjr brags;'J. L.; OVerftlfpetri; the company's taxes. Mr. Johnston gown :.t j
'president of the Auxiliary, read the F.;/C. Bryan._ then paid the collector checks for tax- lrfg about $14,800 per mile -or $140 serves to make women more attractive f\
ti rd, scripture lesson (Romans, X) and es due and payable amounting to a 1600 fcr the entire distance-while the In the eyes of their admirers
y I COMMISSIONERS HAD 'warrant issue was but $130,000, face "Practically all of a woman's life
Mrs. J. M. Duncan led in pra er. I couple of -dollars lens' than $60,000. '
1 / Good reports were read by the corresponding (*n..th".c1 from Page One An offer was made to lease the value, or $123,500 jf the paper was is centered on being attractive; to H -- -
secretary Mrs. O. E. A. 8. Nelson appeared as one of a Southern garage to-the county for one .sold at 95. 'either her husband or Intimate
Young; treasurer, Mrs. Elizabeth committee asking1 that the county pay year at $1500 which included the .owner I i, Deducting from the entire m'loage friends," said Miss Nillnon, smiling I ,
Cotterman; superintendent- mission one-half the rent'for the room occupiedby first putting the building in wood for the two miles to I I.e constructed demurely. "Surely if we take away 4'
study. class, Mrs. G. T. Sigler; superintendent the Chamber of Commerce and by ,condition. It was offered for sale to by the aid read departiiio-.t .s per. the right of a woman to look her I ? ,
"":" 6f BUpplles, :r.ln.T.. A. Rog->t the 'county agent. The commissioners :i the county for $12,500, and there was agreement the sum of $29.604), It will best, we rob her of the only possession -
1: erg.! Delegates .to the annual con agreed to pay $30 per month for one i an agreement that should the county be noted that at the average price with which she holds l, her man
I desire to buy it the $1500 paid as rent thus far paid this section nf the road But evening gowns are not to be de- '4'\I
will have cost the the of In the father r'o
would be accepted as a partial pay- county sum spised. picture my
T7 ment upon the purchase price. Actionwas $111,000, which would still leave the sternly objects to my wearing the
postponed.At |countv at the lowest estimate some frOwn simply !because he I is an old-
f'l one-eleven cigarettes the request of Milton Pledger, $12,000 with which to pave the mile fashioned, narrowmintled pE'l' son sl : 1.
!who has taken the agricultural{ census of marl road which now ccnnects: whose foresight has never gone: he-
throughout the county for the past with the brick road nt Pee P<*rk- 'yond the four walls of his home Thebroader
x Tltree Friendly six years, the board was asked' which would doubtless be sufficient viewpoint on t this question| .
r Gentlemen to recommend to the Tallahassee officials if no obstacles interfere. I can he brought/: about byettuciition I. '
the name of F. S. Padgett, for Regarding what may be termed. nn nnd religion, and h l }y a saner ann moi'oappre7vintivp ..
_ his successor? This -was done?:- -exresatvercost'foi -this'----cun tmrt ;MM consideration of their '
+ TURKISH The matter of upplyin" the several it might be said of the contractorsthat daughter's problem by the patents"LEARNS ,
t VIRGINIA county automobiles with oil, gasoline, the slowness! with which th? - -- -- -- .
OF DEATHOF WANDA HA\\l\ v."HE'R.
and repairs which for n number of' funds arc derived from the sale out- y .
fl BURLEY months has pone: to the Hanscll gara rowan iijflit of the time warrants has caused AGED RELATIVEJohn W & :
r Unnsell. supported by Commissioner complete reorganization: of the I: PhHtter: has just reieived .
t Wetherliee, county employees 'working; force was ncressarv. This word of the death of hi* aunt Mis. .Ri.AA ,Jtf: UKIESf g ,
( ct were ordered to divide the patronage has mitigated against the rapidity of Flora Clark, who passed away at her ,
I as far as possible between all completion which was estimated by ,,home in Rueford" North Caiolma!i on t. <,
1 shops in Kissimmee where prices L. II. Farmer as "a mile n week" once Monday last where her four sons. ore
were the same. ,the work was well started. prosperous fanners. Mis. Claik was The Drama of a Star who decided that 'It
The clerk announced the receipt I There has been some falling down eighty years of age, and her husband
kewanted.
from the state of a check for $153: among those who agreed to buy the was killed in the civil war The message Marriage was all the career 4. .
being t the county's pro rata of the license warrants-which has proved very was sent bv a mere of ;Mr. Mc- ,.. '.
f orFIFTEEN; fees received for the year.A embarrassing. Had it not been foi: Phatter, Mr, .1 r: W. Russell, who ______ ____-,::- ---- .--,._- ;__ _ ,I'
report of the expenditure of the the People's Bank, at Saint Cloud, ': stated that funeral I services! were held
In a new package that fits the'pocket- cross-state highway was presentedfrom J which had at various times come to on 'Tuesday.i -Also- I
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At a price that fits the pocket-book I county the engineer contractors, J. E.verified Johnston by the the no rescue doubt with the needed affair funds would, therein have i FOR YOUR STOVEWOOD I HAROLD LLOYD ::

The-same unmatched blend of which will be found in another column proved a fiasco; as local buyers who Place orders fortjneer blorV', -ia- )'
I Minor business was discussed, bills had pledged to take from $1000 to an t I your '
TURKISH. VIRGINIA
and BURLEY Tobaccos and Mocks at for the
"re- split once sum "TWO GUN
ordered paid, and adjournment taken high as $10,000, inglorioutly GUSSIE"F
Blotks deliveredit t
months J
nier
Cuuuiteod I by :until Saturday, April 15. rigued",:: in their promises. All thesethings _

ZJl-e........_.2.. *111 PIF.......T1YW L. -- ------- uorkivi against the rapid work - ---- -. .. -. .." .. ...c.o.. 1 1SL
I VALLEY GAZETTE LAUNCHESC'nnlln".d --nnd entailed an exlia expense upon I I o'P4? x.pC{G+ :.K{t : S;.o{ }Y{M ----o.s9MOO.wYiYBt{04-0 ryfi4{4{
the county. "
_. ( from Pure One) Onrc( the roncl shall have bn coin I I Z' '
--- -- - but forge right ahead, as there ana ,I pletc'l along! the IIIICB now being Rose's Taxi Service I . .
Explanation of The SloganNo I, 1'0?'Htate hiirhway from Saint Clout! : .
d ubt there nre some who do ,,to the Hrevard county line will have I
t
r W not know what n slogan I is.! A slogan ,cost the IMC-pavers about $530000- t '
1l CHANGE OF Sil'ANNOUNCEMENT is 'motto." For instance: The }
a possibly the highest-p'Meed bt: o* I :? Anywhere-Anytime t
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National Biscuit Company. has a slogan I oinht' -foot road in the' entire state '
arid, you surely must have seen x
it. Their slogan is "Uneed.i Biscuit. I THINK STRAWBERRIES i Day or Night
Let us further explain. Suppose the 1 I t
word we have intentionally misspelledin i font l IMU. rt rr i on Pore One)
one ad., :is In a bank's1 ad. Aside grow truck or berries, to provide thi With or Without Driver Phone 231 Park Hotel ,
i I I.x
from locating the misspelled word and land fertilizer and plants or Need
% I have purchased the interests properly) spelling and placing it, you and they work on a fifty-fifty basis,
1. would have to prepare a slogan for' thus making it profitable for each <<.44{..c-4.: < 4..-:a9: : {-S{>-o----o 4r,4y4{-<9-:h'-'oMoo: >-Y4,}S.:.4<-5'r i99(i 4
"fr q of M. KEISER J in this bark, or any other ad in contest party. Many a deserving, industriousman
A slogan you could write for example has been helped on to his feet, -" -
THE CORNER 'would be thus: "The Bank That arrd is now making good, by a little t (
GROCERY Spells Strength." All slogans must be necessary assistance by some of the
Hy r I original, and not more than five .business men of the town where he .7 w vxYiAQ JB1 pS0 ,
' and will be glad to greet i words. Then theother misspelled resides.:
s, UI'.r word be misspelled in a grocery We believe merchant lawyer, "
may every
I
/; ; old'euatomers and new one i ad.. A sample-slogan for such a store doctor and business man who possibly licensed Funeral Director

',', ,./. h would be: "The Store of Pure Foods! ,"j can should, finance a grower to Storm. and' Chop*! 1 ,, ,. .. '- .' ; ,.,.,,'l .' ( ..a..,. 4 4Os '
THE'SAMELOW PRICES AND PERFECT or "Buy Here'and Save :Money." Now put out from one to five acres of .- .- A $i.....;....5j.nj..'A.f/e. S.r...".. I. J?.n"Tar.-" .
it eachiweek berries ''Let them start with
you understand goes, an Alt PmtnHlHigh
SERVICE I WILL BE CONTINUED 1, '"acre, or not more than two, until Stewart Avenue
We feel quite sure that vou would I'thri have had 'experience and knowhow Kl..lmme. Grade Ambulance Service at Call

like it, to be said of you, I prepared to go about the work in an intelligent Ha"( 2I'HnNI! : : >:$ Itrsidm's.. 7" t,
1 that slogan the bank is using or the manner; then with tile as-

: T. H. GALLOWAY slogan which Mr. So and So is using. I sistance of our able and willing . .
be turned is always -- - - - -
T'' You see the slogan will over I. county agent, Leo Wilson who +
to the merchants and doubtless they I ready to advise and teach how .040tO O'OfO. t 4944946S440d9049649464806i o
r THE CORNER GROCERY will use your slogan in all of their j to xio the work, there is no need of
ads as well as put it on their sta any man with average amount of intelligence '

l ot.OO..tO..O.O.OOt ooo 44499400 tionery.No falling down on the work.
r) : one_will know whq the winners We ore advised it will cost from $85 I DR. J. J. HARVEY ;
-- to $125 to finance an acre of straw-
berry planting, depending upon
-II whether or not the plants are put out C'HIROPODIST .
I.in the spring to !grow runners for (OK TAMPA)'
fall planting. Where the plants must

f 1,--L : -=- be much purchased heavier in the than fall where, the expenseis runnersare Will again be at the Graystoni I Motel Kissimmee on Saturday, Sunday I w

-- !grown here to provide the plantsfor Monday, and Tuesday April 8, 9. 10 and I I. III,!
=. = fall planting but this cannot al-
-i ,=- ,' = be done. Again where artesianwells Dr Harvey removes Coins and Callosities without blood or pain ;4

t I = can be had, or irrigation of and treats all foot tumbles. He makes no charge for examining the
= t some reliable kind the plants can beheld ,
iwI. i- over for the second year,to make f feet Will fit arches to each individual foot. See him at the '
= The Bank With =_ stronger plants and get earlier re-
n r s = turns. Hence it is of vital importancethat GRAYSTONE HOTEL
f rtethe irrigation be had if possible.To I i
There Come a the grower let us say that we I

;' Ability. ready havemen and anxious in Kissimmee to provide wht finan-are April 8, 9, 10 or 11. Do Not Delay I i ''

l and Time in Your LileoOo cial assistance for you to grow truckor
-- berries on shares, if you.ean furnish x f
,::c=- = references of industry and abil- a0904M9t9444949fi999.W4i44449444499: >4944449844p8490d 4r
Willingness and plenty of good land on whichto
ity
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the product. Let us stirour-
y ,C to Serve for it comes to almost all of us sooner or later-when the I elvea grow and get this most important : ",99'ev994t t P o-50 0 G} P4090099W00 :

.. t= endorsement or recommendation of a good bank will mean == our Industry merchants established can sell and their very goods soon IIIr 1fY '1

.=;; ; a good deal to you Credit and confidence once established for cash and there will be plenty of
POSITS INSURED money in the town and county for ..
.= constitute valuable asset.
ri a = :
A ,:= = every need. Those who want to en- i
the well to ..1 ,
IIQ"i .= This bank invites you to'confer with its officers re SI' elleon either uBensO'Bannon, or our

,=- lative to facilities it offers for the transaction of financial = county agent Leo Wilson Either of Can You Bake Iti.'t'
0 a these will put you next to someone .
= business. We believe a call will be advantageous to you. = who will provide the money to establish -

/ .== rl" a truck farm, and start you on
rv 1 ... the road to success. the ;
1 '-== prettiest golden brown puffy biscuits anybody .

FINANCiAL ADVANCEMENT
= ever ate> Anyone can with !
'i:
IS NOTED IN KISSIMMEEAs .,. .

an indication of the greatly im- HONEY BOY FLOUR '\

-- proved financial condition way, attention of Kissimmee is called, in to a (Self Rising) .

_ : Bank ,of Osceola County i the remarkable increase of businessof I \$

eI: i Kiasimmee the Merchants, which fir"really Farmers commenced Bank of because it's "The World's- Best Flour"with the I /

business with its present officers\ In finest and purest leavening scientificially added of/

.. November of last year When this '
: 1 the mill. Your sells it. I
: institution made its annual report to grocer a: ,
;it Hours 9 A., M. to 3 P.. .M.yWB&ffi. == the comptroller ninety day; ago, ita .. ,.. '
e = total resources 'were, about .\\xt7-ft" -000-
. ;
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close of
6 thousand dollar At the' ,

fi- r. . .. 4 '" a business April 4? 1922, Its resource r i\
o.. were considerably in excess- of one BE* Miffi., C., R. C. Weodbwv, Cpaay. }
hundred thousand dollars, with" deposits ;
/{!' lIllIIUIIIIIIIIIIIDlIIII Increasing dally.' The officer s..u LL .("DlstonOrlaaa., '
;, ..say! "The success of this institution '
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