Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 21, 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: VID01060
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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LOUGHMAN SUFFERS CRUSHING LOSS: UNCLAIMED BOTTLES, STRESSES THE VALUE LAKE L WILSON ,DISTRICT .ROAD .

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EVERGLADE- ,- CYPRESS COMPANY'S MILL I OF PROBABLY FINE F OF PRIMARY GRADES WILL SOON BECOME A REALITY -



I IS. ENTIRELY WIPED-.OUl BY FLAMES LIQUOR WENT WRONG AND PRAISES SCHOOLLocal I BONDS SOLD: 'CONTRACT ,GIVEN



Brifht Glow In Henvens. At 10:40: _'Monday' Night WM Followed By Call Mystery Shrouded-Two Quart Of Bal ae.. Mam Writes Open Letter : Adjourned.- Meeting of County' Comm srfoaers 011 Saturday Settled Tho Matter

From Lonrhman Where Hut And Valuable Mill Was Put Bebf Destroyed Supposed Booze Found U Car: of Praise ,to Faculty of Kiitim-' : of The Lonr-Desired Road in Splendid ,Area: "Mulberry .Sink"
: j jFound j Public Schoo'' Will Hereafter Appear Lake W District I in AB Legal Preceeduw
: By: -Fire:- Mill.To Be Rebuilt.At Onct. .i LesterAlfor&ArrutedLater : mae -- as .u.o.a' : .". ._
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: -Two--quarufl :ea.1i--ia-: -. -ltfTi".with greaT pleasure.;J that I extend WaLLIEDiCATE'CHAPEL) I I The adjourned meeting of the county :

r Many had ,been intently watching CONFEDERATE VETERANSTO leged, with real likker. my appreciation of the good OFBAPTISTS.. AT TAFT commissioners held Saturday, at
the brilliant glow Monday evening' RECEIVE LOW RATESAll Whose No owner .appeared. work you have done in the't ast"srrmol ,- -- -- which all members were present: except
above the southwest horizon think Woo owned the car T Joseph E. year, and I desire .to explain why I .. ,, Commissioner W. Gi McClelland,
ing that there waS a prairie fire, but confederate veterans and immediate Johnston. have been so strongly in favor of W v. J. A. Sutton. n. [1.. nan accepted proved to be a busy session. '

at 10:55 the fire nlaim wax sounded! families attending the thir-. Who drove and parked the carT continuing the primary grades another an urgent'! invitation to conduce I Ion Bids were opened for the purchaseof
-without"ward signals. A few mojnents -, ty-second re-union to he held at Richmond .Later E. Alford. month. I : the dedicatory services at Taft the $80,000 bonds voted by the residents

.., later the fire department wasn Virginia, which opens Thurs J Who took the bottles? Chief of I want to say this is the best school Sunday April 80. when the handsome of that section many months ..
little of the will
> its wav to Loughman followed day June 22, will be allowed a rate police C. 11. Driggers. I have ever had the pleasure of patronizing chapel Baptists ngo. There was but one bidder
and sometimes preceded for a short of one cent a mile actually travelled Thereijt is T- that is, there is the and our youngest son has a be made a sacred h use for the worship Charles M. Lowry, of Jacksonville,

distance--by scores of motor vehicles. while' : nil others will\ be given a roundtrip gist-of (he whole-affair-which seems record weareproud oft. His grades of 1 God. The.. chapel. wan con. -andhis bid 'was at a. figure: of 95-
", Rapid speed was made by Buckles at ticket for the one-way to be wrapped in a pall of gloom us have only fallen as low as "G" in two fti-irated +...jo wheel---and others of the department This rate has been allowed ovt>price'1 dark as moonless night.To subjects, and then only in one month. efforts of Rev. W. E. Murphey who and sue. -The bid also, stipulated that $4-
were scattered over the mauhine oalioard; line from get back to the beginning.i J. All marks for all other.. months have is the present pastor in charge, .000-.should be ''allowed .from-tht-
**. Jt ,took _thd shoulders and some Richmond. The train-will leave M. Johnston was gazing from 'one 'of been-"E..Xhla .'!- -- ----. 1-whowill participate" theprngreuof amount to care for all legal proceedings

times went far off the road to pass'' sonville on Sunday evening, June 18'1 his bri1Jial1'l -washed win tows late . has not been due to his extraordinary *' dedication. connected with the issuance. of

some silly wight who didn't know at eight twenty-five. on Thursday when. he glanced downto intelligence as po doubt I the bonds, nod t that the county sfibuld
enough to get off the road and stop. the line of parked cars nearby. there are a hundred .beys in Kisim-I BASEBAlLENElT furnish, full transcript of all actIons
Arriving at Loughman the Kissimmee I What wan it that gleamed like n lay mee who have made as good grades, i of the issuance.
derailment found itself handicapped MOB LAW DENOUNCED of hope from the rear of one car? but it is due to the splendid teachers : I A conference was held between the

; because of the luck of water Could he be deceived? Possibly: an iso who has guided their work; and too I MADE BIG SUCCESSBY commissioners<< and the representativebody
The mill plant was throwing four he ventured down stairs and looked much emphasis cannot be placed on of men from that district-all
streams into different portionS of Vie BY RESOLUTION AT\ I into the car which contained some' the primary grades-As that I is the I of whom were intensely interested in

'burning/ mass, but the Kissimmee straw-and there saw not one but foundation for an education.The I the matter. These were Joe Becktel,
firemen assert that could they have two, long man's-sized bottles. They young man or young woman CHICKEN PILAU B. G. Hancock. E. B. Havens J. Min- "
; secured the water there would l have THURSDAY LUNCHEONWarm were in straw behind the cushion of who enters high school, or, later, the I nick. J. Prosner. B. A. Fatten, II. W.
been seen a much greater effect. Th" the rear seat but the cushion had college, with only poor gradesthrougfs J' Schmidt, and H W. Stark. .
Under of Woman's Club
men from here stood leady and willing slipped forward a trifle. It should the primary will always experience Auspices The Conference also discussed the ,
to assist in any way possible Setiion Chamber of Commerce have been nailed. great difficulty in their high Benefit-For Baseball Toners Proved'bid from Prior &: Deen, of LoughmaH,

and did.! not he-itate at''any timebutthe When Kn Klux Klan and He called the fact to the attention. school and college work. I I Pleasing to A Large Number for the construction and completion

property was! so fur gone before Home Guard Were Discussed I S. B. Aultman, : nearby, and thebottIes The importance of an education today lot the eight miles!' of road: This ros 4-
the arrival of the Kissimmee! department looked good to him allOG. Ill :, is far greater than *ver before. 'I The Kissimme Woman's Club is in- .two miles of whichthe eont..iTf'. ;

owing to the dry condition, that Following the routine business might have called to others within''' Ptesidenl lea, of the Pennnylvania I'tended to take in interest in everything -'4lsy) for the preparing tha right-of-

practically there. was little' that could' terday at the luncheon Pat Johnson yes hailing distance--in / Sp done. The (fire engine and some o would have Veen bottles in railroad, corporations in the world, and this line the
look the floor: and spoke on the condi- soon no I I along for needed culverts placed, and the entire
., ."Oho department arrived home at 12:11Tuesday : ''on being i rampant in Kiisimmee and the car and thi _tory would not said jUst last week: "Give me the college benefit of the baseball team there was surface covered nine feet wide with
I
1t' morning, but. there were Osceola county because of charges: have been told. Ke. mayor was soon i graduate. for a thorough business -'', a chicken pilau supper served on Sat,..'.eight inches of Polk county clay]
others detailed to remain at Loughman that had been made thi-t officials cf informed of theMind, and in company ,I man." He said eighty-six per- urday evening on Darlington avenue rolled to a thickness of six inches.

and render all possible aid. both city and county were members of it is alleged of a paid detective in ,, cent of the high officials of the Penn- 'I close to the Bank of Osceola County The original proposition was that
Fortunately the flames were confined the Klan and that because, of the fact the city, sought the' spot and saw the :: sylvania railroad company were college under the directauspices of the ways local clay should be used where the
to the mill, and the vast. amountof that pole" believed that no justice I bottles. The two then informed C. H. graduates, which is a very high and means! committee consisting of commissioners deemed it was essen. ?
finished lumber was practically unharmed could be obtained. As an offset i Uriggers, and he watched for thoContinued percent of the officials of that gigan- Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, chairman; Mrs. tial-but It. was finally agreed that
-a fact that lessened the loss ( on InK'rwu) (Ooiitliui.il, on I'iinc' Two) ti. H. 1n Mrs.
i I I ram, George T. Siirler.
It against some of the oernge'! claimed I ____ _ Polk county clay should be used the ',
amount. was
by a considerable u.n.u Mrs. J. M. Duncan, and Mrs. Paul entire distance
,1o have been commitUd i by the Klan unless it was determined
estimated but the IOHS" would riar > there had been formed another Mode --- Stanley. that the local clay found in
MEN
BUSINESS
the figure of about $1 75nOO.) upon of ty determined to put a stop to the JACKSONVILLE There were many donations for the that district was superior. .
which there was an insurance ocecdings. The spent' er said that he supper, and the contributions from Following the completion of the
about $150OOO--or as stated by J. belonged to nether action\t but believed the Reed Bakery and the Stroup Bak- conference the bid for the bonds and!
Wade Tucker. manager of the plant, that a lemciU could 1 lit' found! TOURING "ALL FlOR.lDA'f.PLAN. ery, each of which contributed a the bid for the construction of, the
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b. 'the loss "was very well covered by uhli' h would obviate ill ;possible blood large handsome cake bearing the road the latter to be in accordance .
insurance. h,'d. name of the club and various emblems WIth newly-diawni' specifications were
It is the Intention. of the Ever IHdtCypl'e" > ? Mr Johnston said that he hud ;pro- FOR STOPOVER AT KISSIMMEE were the banner !gift" and accented and as soon as the bidder/ .-
Company to, nt once, rebuild pared some affidavits for the several were presented to winners in a novel bond was perfected and all details ar-' *,

;, this null iliiough the iK'ntiuctmn of. ::' countv.and oitv fficinN to ijrn manner. There was a parade of couples iaagedr thu work will ,commenced -....
wbjch betwen thiee und four hundred the affidavits declaring that the signer Journeying In Special Pullman Train, With Diner and Observation Car, led by S. L. Lupfer and Mrs. ,K. B. Havens, B. G. Hancock, and -

men were thrown out of employment was not n memb! of the Klun and' <' Large Body of Business Men Fro m Jacksonville Will Arrive In Kissim Edgar Katz, while u graphophone J. Minnick were appointed bond: trustees .' _ _
If these plans aniirrird out., nx rendered music and the parade was an4 each will be called tGurnisK.a :
"never had been; I hat each stood for Early On Friday April 28 upon
it"l mee
, ,V contemplated by Mr. Tucker tliC carrying out of his oath of o'firpami : : halted by n pistol-shot. Those standing : .n-oml .and sufficient bond In \

give many of these men and piobahly was aft..:rt.t i |II l luwletx] acts.. Tie I Final plans for the All Florida" designed to permit of as lengthy!' stops upon the chalkmark at that moment the sum of $2000. '/ :. -
for
many others, employment some took one to Judge T. L. Comer, who according to no umnible' in the cities on the in- were to be awarded one of the This seems to be the commencement
trip are now complete,
IT monthll- -and the fact that the company cakes. In one case Miss\ Lucy Lupfer ."
signed it without remonstrance; another J tinerary. It will carry its own diner of tho ending of the longsoughtroad
has fully five years cutting he took to. Milton Pledger who ,word received fro Jacksonville, and and combination baggage car and Bradley Harris and Mrs. II. C. Piano in what Is possibly'the richest c _ _
ahead of it is evidence that no .time also signed it and added a line that 1 approximately one hundred and ten coach additional to four pullmans and tied, and immediately returned the agricultural country, it -asserted,'
will be lost in the recon tructlOn would do his best to prosecute all h"'l representative business men of that an observation. which are being designated cake to the committee, when it was to be found in Osceola county. If the ,

of lawlessness; another he took to 'city are keenly anticipating the signal as follows: won at a raffle by Dolph Walker. validity of the bonds shajl be completed ,

{ GUARDS FORM Sheriff; L. K. Farmer who refused which will indicate that Jacksonville 1. "Philadelpma Freight," lights out The second lake was also raffled and the work of road construction
HOME to sign another to C. II. Driggem, is out to get acquainted. in closer at 10 p. m. was won by Mrs. G. W. Best, who returned will begin immediately.' 'i "

chief of police who also refused to fashion than ever before with. Flor 2. "Early Risers' Local)," lights outat'll it to the committee. It was Upon the suggestion and urgement.
1.1 sign. Mr. Johnston added that he'had communities.. n. m. . ..then raffled off by lAwrence Tress. :of the residents of that distrc$' the

: HEAVY MEMBERSHIP been unable to see the mayor'' or the Advices Indicate that much enthusiasm t 8. "Midnight Male," lights out at and won by Rodney Snyder.Dayson's . name was changed. Speakers said _ _
the .
night policeman. prevails in Jacksonville over the midnight. -., ;' cafe cooked pilau. that the title of "Mulberry Slnk"wss'repulsive
:' ;I lie then stated that it not which was served on tables )loanedby rather than attractive; that
was a that remaining "Owl
and the few days 4. Express/ all-night car
4 trip .
: matter with him but he believed the Chamber of Commerce, by a none of the residents there liked the
ALREtOYJNROLLED personal I before the party will begin its all- I 5. "Bee Hive Flyer. ; observationand
that where an pfficer who had 1 state journey are marked with greatest -' office car. bevy of and Klssimmee's charming and younjt''women name; that the excellence of the' district
matrons Gt R.
Day-
sworn to out the laws would ; demanded somethingbetter; and s 1 t
carry possible anticipation. So cordially A Jacksonville brass band of sixteen -
: I Three Hundred not sign a to clear himself of son even went so" far as to advise his while they had not selected a name
, Claimed That Nearly paper have been the responses from all cities pieces will accompany the trip- transient trade to the '
.
any rumors that had been circulated be that the is is patronize sup- there was a change de.Ired. The sugrrstion -
Citizen Have Organized In County to visited party pers apd no effort being spared furnished the whereIn 0-
women,
Lako
by that the be called
regarding his membership in an order recruited with which per ( place
being rapidly a personnel may in manner contribute servedalada
To Uphold The Laws : any addition to the pilau were Wilson met with hearty approval-.,.. "*"". "
that committed unlawful acts, it was which is representative of all lines to the fullest accomplishment cf the ? _ _
sandwiches
time for the people of the city and 'of commercial activity. trip's object.C. pickles, cake an and the change was :so' ordered by. '
donated and
The latter
"We are rapidly perfecting the organization county to take a hand and see that : Those in charge of completing arrangements W. Griffin, H. Clay Stanford. coffee. C. 'C. Gordon was the commlsll.lo era. .
served representingthe
by ,
term the 'Home he was removed from his position. I ,
we for the Jacksonville tour and Major T. M. Murphy have been Wilson of Tam- '
Guards', and are now reaching close S. B. Aultman then took the position are very emphatic in declaring that it namedaa a welcoming/ committee for To swell Coffee the Company of the NOTED CASE
receipts evening MURDER
"*SL to the three hundred mark," said a and held to that until it was shown is not a trade excursion, nor It junket this excursion-and they haye the pa. still farther there candy ,
was a
', : V member of the order on Monday., that tin officer had failed to do his du- through the state. It is felt in privilege to appoint uch aides us they table Irene _
t "F v"I"Y man of us" is armed-and the Contlnurd on Tag Seven) Jacksonville in the line with current may choose. There is to be no special ; ;,( know how to ,shoot. Weh much be l. _ DUE IN OCTOBERAT
most us report that can accomplished tour v auto for any1 of the party-un- -- - -- ---- -- : .
.h .*e been forced! to organize as an HOME for the good of Florida by a greater less it shall be that some members _
1..- offset to another secret society in PACKINGHOUSEI understanding: of the. difficulties and may desire to run over the cltv- -in BETTER ENTER RACE"
I *. order to let the outside world know I I aspirations obtaining in other sections which case there shall be a sufficient I SPECIAL TERMC'OUBJC _
that we believe the, courts are to ad- ,and further that a broadening/ of acquaIntaneeafip number of free autos for the purpose; ,[
;r v J minister law and preserve order and SCENE OF ACTIVITY throughout the stutc but there is a desire to meet the visitors FOR PRIZE: SLOGANS -

do away: with the carrying out of" I may be mutually beneficial. Such, in in the same friendly spirit which I Chance of Venue Will Briar ,Tosimmee Ku..
.
what might be termed "spitevvork. I a word, is the declared spirit of the is indicated. 'i Case Wherein Turner'. Is'Alleged '
Nearly every evening are there to i:i AS CARS ROLL AWAY "AJI-Florida" trip. an it is interpretedto From all portions of the county it I is AND WORD IN ERROR : Have Murdered'Wilson .
of about the city. to : ,
"' : be seen knots men the local organization. Jacksonville sincerely hoped there may be large
Some of them are strangers: to many. chamber officials state there is great: numbers in Kissimmee promptly atseventhirty '- when ;..
Some two
i or more
' d. Saturday (evening there were fully Co-operatives Are Sending Oat A Car interest in fostering very closest t relationship Friday morning, Apr I Interest in The Misspelled Word and crazed strikers in the years phosphate ago ois- ..
hundred, and fifty in the. city; and Each Alternate Two Cars cities :
one Day: : between the various 28, to greet this oarty, and to listen tricts of l'olk county comntU'jd many
where the majority usually leave for Rolled Saturday !'of the state. to the band accompanying it. The The Slogan Contest )Is Inciea iof outrages in that section of the state .
' their homes about ten o'clock must off ,' I A special all-steel train has been time to stay in Kissimmee will be Every Week and much unpleasant notoriety was fgaine.l

: these remained tjll neatly midnight, : In spite; of the extremely dry weather chartered for the purpose of visiting! Hinted--but it should suffice to bring the entire-United States,
Tuesday evening there was a still which has lessened the G.t, put of Florida cities. This will travel at extra forward the best spirit and the heartiest Readers are irettini' hnsv in th. locating t.h"Qver crimes; was tin t.u..Je" ofRodney
larger crowd-th're t being one bunch the by almost fifty here speed on a ,schedule especially welcome. of the misspelled word to be mnonij -'.
crops percent in the iatiresU
who
automobiles and . . ._ found four and five and each Wilson was -
of about twenty --- ------------ on pages J
are constant! !scenes of omv "n' Imt'n I-; ------------------ --- - - - - - --- ----------- of the mine-owners. Neil Turner ..
," man "toted a gun" it is of week comes an incrt-ane in the numberof !
vjhjle rrv packing
a good variety produce -
declared that many cars contained brought to !he packmnhnutii of STORY WILL LOCATE CALIFORNIA ORANGE replies iecevel by the contest edi- crime wail but arrested at the trial charged in Dade with City.the _
demonstrationmade difficult task is the
The most
-
There was no and tor. selection
gun. the Growers .Association .It ,woulii
and _ _
Pasco the disagreed
there. to be an of the slogan for some'one oft county, jury
but appears to"-visit the place ant
undercurrent of stern determination see repay how anyone the work is being" conducted. :; A RADIO TELEPHONE DECLARED INFERIORTO e ni-merous will ndvn the.Users brain-but and the effort was it was dismissed.then vtateu Regarding with a considerable the verdict
brighten
>&f- in every countenance. 1 Last Saturday twpars role eut give
basis for the assertion the jury
it .that the Home zest to the Someone is b.>und that ..
have pleasure.
Rumors '.
of advance
," business with -one potatoes on which an PLANT ON HIS ROOF FLORIDA FRUITEditor receive the honors at the termina- stood eleven for conviction. .. '
\ Any Guards merchint will transact who is. no a member of the I No.was 2s paid: --and of one$5 for car of No.mixed 1 a'ld.: $1_ for I I tion to of the Iontellt-for there will be Solon G. Wilson an attorney who and

-- Klux Klan who has" in his employ produce'j no trickery-and the decision\ will be a brother of the murdered man
Ku or .
The place is now shipping Them A Sy.tem'' in in the of Turner .!:, 1*.
With assisting prosecution
_ : anyone belonging to that order. each alternate day, and if there was Plans Carry; of Great Ohio Daily Tes!! In made by disinterested" parties.
Tuesday
in Kissimme ,
Whether not reliance may be Sufficiently Strong to Take In A Manner of Excellence of was on
or any the spirit of the co-operation which I Emphatic
who
Colonel Thomas Palmer _ _
-, blaced l upon mere rumors lessening it Is a in fact the was first promised there would be scar Radius of One* Thousand Miles The Florida Product I I THE -STORY. HOUR as is attorney was for the prisoner Both had .::
has been
that there a
each This is record
day. a good ,
: xeal primarily shown. One businessman j jI when the youth of the association is I I 'The honor for the erection of thei I What is the matter with California -'I The Story Hour is still drawing an interview it with Judge agreed C.that O.prior Andrews .; _
: of children to The and was
crowds Bungaloweach
I In the city was heard to say on wireless 1'1'd: receiving station into
usedin first o that
considered. The greatest care is I i she cannot put any juice of the .1
the October term
This to ,
' .. the street on Wednesday: "I got out grading: and packing and eve v effort in Kissimmee will have to be given to I her oranges? This is the tailendof Wednesday afternoon. regular which in Kissimmee .I _
chairs circuit court
:of It." He failed to say out of what V. who already has comI Florida and week the children carried their opens
I is put forth to make a good name Lyles Story the orange season yet October 9 there
: ol1t-of-)018 and the stories on Monday ,
-but there has been but one topic the work of assembling the ordinary i enjoyed :
as for the Kissimmee products. I menced two Florda oranges will fill an -
of conversation the street for several I installation will be made In the open. If anyone wishes to see should be held a special term openingone
' on 1 In charge of the packinghouse is R. I plant.! The tumbler full\ of juice. It takes date for the
" months it was not difficult( to R. Lay, who looks closely after the in co-operation with II. J. Barnes, un- I I from four to seven California oranges a happy crowd of children he should week prior to that wbiclt.A.I _ _
hour each Wednesday of the trial of Turner
visit the
(Wrmlse as to what was m*ant. .j! interests of the plant. C. S. Crowdor der whose tuition Mr. Story once at 60c to 75c a dozen; to accomplish story purpose Osceola 1 t;
I children has been transferred to
afternoon at three-thirty. All
",11' In the meantime neither the Klan is the grader of the cucumbers whicn learned telegraphy, and as both these I the same feat, and even
V ,.. nor the Guards are giving out any are now being shipped in good quantities men are experts!: in what they have then the flavor is not particularlygood. are cordially invited to attend county. '
I ---- -- --
stories told
I ,' 'public statements other than the Crowder I undertaken it is reasonable to believe flOe dozen The on Wednesday were
and Crow-
; P. S. C. S. I Seventy, or even a : at.
L. Drew postmaster
another I I . "The Big Black Bear, "The KlDg'sServant. George ,
in j ji '
"advertisement published
will is obtain' "
station success.
nailers and Miss\ Virginia the a ; for California '
I I der are ; prove oranges anda. died after illness of Y'
an
"Hans and Ills Jacksonville
i column of The.. Gazette by the Klan. Hudson who has formerly been at The system will have the capacity money under false pretenses. We Dog, Wednesday. HoI 4 A' ,
hours
chapter' of "Billy Whiskers in AnAirplane. but a few on -,
r ---- -
v Wauchula looks after the shipmentsand to pick up the broadcasted matter might as well buy avocadoes and at,, of and left' a
|r NOTICE JOF_FOOD SALE checks the carpackers. Among the I I l sent out from Atlanta each day and least protect ourselves against disappointment I I was wife sixtyyears and one daughter age-, 'the latter;, .

are Mrs'. William Wellington wW cover a thousand mile cone. This by not expecting anything.We I .
.
and packers in Miami! and was a prominent'
FISH LAKE PARK SOLDi living
} There will, ben !luncheon tea of the Mrs. M. L- Barber, Mrs Avey .Myers, 'means that Mr. Story will be in ,, are serious about this mattfjr. member of the ;Masonic fraternity 4.e
I'll,food :sale under the auspices and Miss Florence Wellington-while touch .:trith many aerograms and the What really is the matter with the .. ,
__ Saint John's Guild at the Chapter i Mr. and Mrs. Allen E. Posd'clc: have well.** of the Knights of PythIss. .i
: Complete
I
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ruling have beenat result will prove interesting.; -I California orange? II 'It picked too '" ..
''House Saturday (tomorrow) commencing detained home details will be"given in the next in order that it mak rthe I I[dlsDosed their fine establishment ..
but at ,
"' Invi- the plant were green may 'of I tdephon..ln'.To..'. .. -r ,"".
Applications-for
,
; is at 11:30 a. a. A general! the past week because of illness. Issue ,of The Gazette, as few// needed long journey east without>a<$ual dial I styled F .Lake Park the buyer wait for,filing.Three >.' ,to ."

',rtation. U extended to, everybody4J ![ There is not a slacker in the entire I parts ordered to perfect the plant will integration.? Or. is it som* flaw_jmme ,being; a northern man named. G.left Y. -kyo sometimes hundred and fifty years persons who '. -Bait," Mr. and Mrs. 'Fosdick have
/ roster -but each individual shows, an probably,arrive,Within a day ox two transportation fadlie -* ? .jc. :
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: ONE COUNTY MAKES FINE SHOWING TRIBUNE GIVES PRAISE t

KISSIHMEE I VALLEY' GAZETTE I i TO CANDIDACY OF SEARS "

BECAUSE; of taking up the- matter of tending a corrcl'pondpn"! '0 b..!'+.."! Honorabl\'!

1, I'OU/.ISIIEL) xv ttY. KRIDAYWT large number of copies of local papers to northern and W. J. Sears of the fourth confrressiontal a JI

,) THIS KI88IMMKK VALLEY. CIAZKTTH: COMPANY western point to "possible prospect:: *" Lake county-is advancing district .of Florida: and high: pascw -
KU RIMM1\u\: :. FLORIDA 'er dpn.rtment heads of the rail*
. at a rapid rate in Each that
"_ i every way. year t
-- roads north oft s" stilt!'! show that ,
i' IV; B. HARRIS. PresidentK county lubsciibes and pays for many hundred subscriptions the Florida conjfrfe!; mon 1< taking; M .
'. O., VANS AONEW Secretary 'to be seqUo "possible pro'lpect.--following!' out the personal and deep imimnj tn thi xt tiatlarK "

i W. I* THOKNimCI'3., . Editor plan inaugurated in Osceola county.. It should be understood e. Florida's fourth congressman VELOUR FINISHWalls
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8V."l'IIII..Oll, : IIA'I'I that this county was first in the stale to take up this was for "a long time' "ConKreaamnii- ,., !
f at large and of the
"perhaps some
__ . ._'.,())11 pf although the plan originated in Brule
-Cn. Copy. One tpirit of looking after the whole stnte
sin atonthe.-.__..............__.._, 1.VUun
One Oopy.
< Copy.: Three_Mont hElltered !'..-_=::.;:-._... -.-.::.::-, ......=-.:..==__soA county; South Dakota, in 1887. has bon han) -d down to the Klsslm- that keep their r i
As a result of proper publicity there has been gaineJ i mee statoKrnfln who row has the honor

( at the n' .r rcond-clmu..tofn>,- at matter.ltrsalmmrh) 4'lnrldx 1 a great deal of progress for lake-county-by.which the ]1to repronont! that district( which runs newly painted" look . ..
i from.J ckllonviUe to Key Went, down
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-------- has advanced for
entire mate ;. no portion of Florida can
from nuthoi IzciJ rwrrsponil the't!+art coast Washable Walts I
AU ccnnmunleMlofiii oxfcpt<<
'" rntH muflt be algn l . nmtler I Mil II returned 'If called !nr. state. Osceola county made a mistake when it cut the" tlonally Interested, and more than rea- f Walls that hold the charm of coke 1

_, : publicity millage in half and devoted Ihe.half it collected 1 sonably to I he expwtod successful in and with retain the help their of fresh soap!)_, water for ye and>. ,'

__ ._ 1 tiEAMFRIGNARt441ATIQN;; J ... ,_..L._______ . 10 purposes other- than: tvhatwai.contemplatedaythe'a'w.Brau ;)turning! HortB'wpst the minds toward'J-'lorW of railroad< officinls.)1nlh *;lath --_ ...... ...8If-' -v. x .
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t ._- .-- ------ ---- ---- - ---- : e of some reason, po+-jbly personal reasons-- matter of summer tourist rates. Such: are.waUi--l\n\ Kh.d witlTDcvo! ,
T i- APRIL: = 21 : 1922 which} should never be allowed enter ,transactions in- I i The Tribune congratulates: him on Velour Finish (fa flat oil paint. : b-
FRIDAY ,
.. . _. 'ended for .the goodoF the entire public--there was nota the success of his, activities, and commends Th soft,flat tints,inwhtchtlmproduct
-- -- - beneficial thing done with the publicity {fund E for the him for his interest in Florida is manufactured, arc always urttoiic.lending :. t
I an enriching background t.
at large, and the clove attention he "
:,, cnti 'e..c.ounty. The amount expended should have been (jives to matters'that directly concern the ftimial.In/o. and an air of Cord '.
taken from the proper funds: and not diverted from the and intrwBt his ('(\ntttituen'v.I tame and dignity to the room.voe ,

' : BIBLE THOUGHT fOR IRIS wm publicity fund. '" i Mr. Sears has made Florida a most t i T [} Vclour Finish can be applied c' n .

s'i As a total of- jhe' business done by the Lake county 'creditable representative in congress<< / any interior wall or ceiling. .l

Chamber of Commerce during March th* followingwillhe and-the voters of the fourth conjrressional I/t1 Devoe Products are tim".I""led."d I,
i district. will have to along backed by the 168 -{ -
what shall iro !; proven ( years'experience -
THE IJVWYER'S-QUESTION-, interesting to all readers 1 I
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of tho oldest
find
way to a better qualified Than to paint man'f',
, '" 'J do" to inherit eternal lifeJESUS'ATiSWERThou? Postaf expense ________$102.76 serve them. Mr. Sears being!; a resident I'. .. '.- ufacturing; concern: in the U. 8. "' !,
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shall love the Lord thY'"God of Kissimmee The Tribune eat Founded! 1754.W. t-
+ Letters: mailed _________
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'' l with all thy heart.and wth# -all thy soul and wij i. uu urally would like to see him !succeed

T all thy strength, arid with all thy mind: and thy'neigh Circulars mailed -----..---_:_________1350 himself.-Tampa Tribune. I Ii I Ii B. MAKINSON CO. .. x xKissimmee
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-Literature mailed -________________ _4960
, bor aa thyself. This do and thou sash \ivv.\ -. Luke i VALUE Florida
A Letters received u__________________r 627 i' STRESSES THE II I 1 _
10725. 27, 28.FLORIDA ( Cunt tili.u liom. i n..u '. i;
Desiringland- investment _u .___ _____ 209

j Positions: wanted --u_ 10 tic-railroad system.
INVITES AU.-WITH LIMITATIONS : We Q ;
Locations wanted __ 18 have many more testimonies; of
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I the value of education. Thomas Mitten i ,
General information ,,. 269
\\1-1E, half-dozen an occasional winter ---- ------,------ came to our town, in the north,
a years ago I Notified would arrive_____ _____ -uu_ 138 as a station agent just after rom i
north would drive into
tourist r from the west apportion ALL'ti
or Arrived and reported_______ ______u__ 34 pleting his edurntion. Unfortunately! s '
of Florida in his auto-vehlcle, he was gladly allowed _Jiis companion for life passed away

,; to park his car in almost any convenient spot he No claim is made that Kissimmee would have hacf the first year he was there leavinghim ,

'' chow He was allowed! to secure water (from the family that amount of business to keep the secretary busy -butt with a little babe to care for. lIe 'ft
found home the rt : Svir'r+: r v:ti S} }Cw 034v } O Qoio oo tOOoOOOo G i i
such is fair that the commercial U for bate and
t to
y - well and was loaned, or supplied at low prices ; presume two orgini/.a- pressed

;,.,, things an might be found necl"l\ry for the upkeep of h" lions of the county would have done at"'least half that on in his business career. He I i, !1.
brought the high standard
boy
to a -
''Florida glad to welcome such--for bur.ine had proper publicity been secured Thousand/ up I t
! party. people were in life gave him a college education + Women Musi' Register
there 'was great likelihood that a large percentage of :are anxious to come to Florida for the sake of a dozen and hp was one of the most prominent ,], a

them might become future citizens. .eaons-and before( locating these thousands are gain oriiciuln in the world war and''' .

But like the camel that commenced to edge its way to view some of the fpots best advertised. Ki"sic", today is a leiding business man. Mr.l I' ., 1 I
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W Into the tent the number of tourists grew into vast armies should get into the running on the publicity questionyet tion Mitten agent rose until from that today position he is as at the |, Would Votec ," {;'

't and emboldened at all lack of rebuff actually mad Osceola county feels the greater need of it. head of the I'hiladelphia Rapid Tran-I If 1 hey

"' themselves at home- and to "crowd"upon the regular There is no use in dodging the matter. There are sit, drawing a valary of $150,000 per ]i I

residents those who paid for the good roads who paid now better prospects for the upbuilding of the county year. ''' i

taxes to maintain government of the different towns and and the two chief cities than have been experienced faa America We have a son far off in South' .. .. .' '. .. ",
who worked hard in |
cities and counties. A large percentage of them would : number of years. Properties have not commenced to the primary grades and very completed .'

,; commence doing business; ; they found that rent cost them touch the profiteering prices-but are at normal. Acreagof the course well. Later he graduated w
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4 +: no'.hlnfj.: ; and that they could establish themselves as automobile good quality can be bought at reasonable prices an J from Saint John's M'litsry Academy, WILL BE NECESSARY FOR ALL WOMEN WHO ,

repairers, o* contractors in various lines, or even 'he progress of the Growers Association bears great signifies then Wisconsin in the world Unive-sity, was the'anensign I|'' \VI.SM TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION I ;{
and lhi_ the balance ; f.- betterment of all conditions. ; war, and in t
., as fsrocei" larpe percentage brought ne >r a last fourteen months has risen from '' '
q into ill repute The various, communities; were fo're'I 1 Let Osceola county and Kissimmee "get into thr cleaning oil barrels in Philadelphia to ;: 1 (l BE HF.LD IN JUNE TO REGISTER. REGARDLESS .

d lo begin: ; to d'/nw the line between actual tourists who ring"" manager for one of the large unit's : OfHIE FACT THAT THEY MAY HAVE REGISTERf; .... \ rj
I bf the Standard Oil Company in
v came: to enjoy the *ea'on and who could afford to do so :'

and the memlirani'); who po.ses.ed anarrltistical; l fen den-1 I I THE first i issue of the Okeechobee Democrat appeared been South accomplished America. This wit'iout could edu not"anmr.have .::, LD: FOR/ 1 IHE GENERAL: ELECTION IN 19?0. DO NO I IDELAY. .1" i i,

L a;_ kits and Uelie\cd that ell lhin s came to hm: -vho'd ;grab.: last week. and was a fine number. It carries It'll' i We have hundred of men toiling {. BUT UF.GISTER: : NOW. FORGETFULNESS f--

h A recent copy of the Saturday Fveninc Pod t his ,an I, masthead the name of R.: L. Helvenston. and also\ carrie away at laborious work with ill: t ns .' t'f .

t w a : artrl; per'a' 'n'rg.: ''o the situation which is most timely f notice of intention to incoipora'e the Glades' Printing+ briirhl inimls. as lluce-fourths of our f :M\Y LOSE: YOUR N'OIE. ;.

in. this regar-.!, and the extract which follow w.H{ be ver- Company, with a capital clock of ten thousand dollars conprresisim opportunity n,of but they cduc-ntion.newer lad, ) the t
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f. q .ified '>y every reader. the entire slock being owned by R L. I relven lon. M M When the child has the propfr train- ,s r: EDGAR D. KAT/ J '

Florida has made it pla'n; that she wants no 7inir.-ierman, and W. E. Daniel. The initial number note.J 1 ing in the primal geodes the work j 4 Supervisor of Regl rrllhon. ,-t-: ::).

more of these seainnal laborers who rant make a the lo.8 by death of the young daughter of ''lie ed: tor .is always o-iswr lo accomplish as ,i' ; rr.

' i i" their conrnuni'ies.;' Most Minnie Lou. aged nine; and the of the! they K<> up the ladder. > 44604'n ,
'satisfactory: living own t years press state I have in mind another boy who" Q MbOt0+l lvd ?044
,ef! ,clam' are',o harJ-boiled _thai a diamond pointed 'ill yin'iihi/e;; with; Mr. and Mrs. Helvenston in this af was very faithful in the primary :j ,

clriU' is needed to penetrate their shells ; and most fliction. From those who have experienced the same sor grades, completed the high school | ago t ..o.O oH>+.>>..o.tto'OO.\t. '
d -of them have as much regard for neatness, cleanliness row is the sympathy the more deep and the more sincere. work of four years in thr e and is i, .
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and the of other Berkshire has for now completing a six years course in ; .
right as a hog a i I' Leland Stanford in four Thus .
years.
potato.;peel.,,' Tinran -towns have begun to charge ALMOST at the commencement of his introduction ;: the value of laying; the foundation : .. THERE ;, '

hr'" ,i,. various. prices; for'the privilege of-staying;: : in. them-*,;' ,,01 the passion fruit into this state several newspaper. correctly for an education. .fr. ." ',. '.. ;it .,' IS NO EXCUSE ''I .:
'': ;'t! s'"+pricei !rangingtfrom: twenty-five cents' a night to sev-: '! made unjust assertions regarding the fruit and intimated 1 I I 1 I have'in mind -number of other : 1 \' t'i.;! : '

'""." '% ,",*\t'3' nty.6.ve tenttranighk" : or from! four dollar' !lo ten! ";' ''',That,. H. F. Nursthouse was not honest in his statements ;I'I I! boys who grades did as not they"complete should, the and primary the-< ,I ,',\l."i.; h..t.,-."] ,. / FOR ANY PERSON ,;': ''' y. ., J"

? Ti( lollllu" ,month. Even''the free towns won t' admit' \regarding the product he was handling! While this hurt work is more difficult each year. ,"' ':' .'- : GENUINELY DESIROUS '

., residents who wish to'tro to work each day.: They'vegot his: business to a great extent the promoter .continued in i i 1 While it seems to be impossible to '

,') to be tourists or devote themselves to taking the tt,e buxinrss and proved by the excellence of the fruit carry the primary grades in Kissim- I 't OF'PROCURING EITHER BY
a nir. As result the ensonal laborers who went toFlorida mee the full nine months this term :
a !! he distributed that he was doing a legitimate business. 'I
RENTAL OR BY PURCHASE ANY
I in the future will
hope we alwaysbe
. ? r % for the 1921-22 season were taking them Continually; list operations lesslnedas there were always able<< to have nine months school '

,+ selves homeward early in 1922 and hurling, many a those who saw the incorrect statements till at last folly. up to thp standard of the prcwnt SIZE PIECE OF EXCELLENT 'f' r

F deep, guttural roughneck curse at the state of Florida he felt that he was down and out. He wrote an excellent year. I II STRAWBERRY LAND ON

i ', as' they went. explanatory letter prior to taking his 'life- -althou h no My very best wishes for the Kis I
simmee schools. F. A. NA VII -;.
+ i It is not that Florida loves the real tourist the less<' allusion; was made to the primary actions of what dam TERMS ENTAILING NO '

-tut it love fairplay the more..nu.vrwww aged him. I UNCLAIMED"BOTTLES. CASH PAYMENT' .)s .::
-- ----------- --- --------- ------ --------------- -------- I Ir"onrtnu,-d from' f'uu e om )
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AQUATIC STATE MEETs 'COUNTY! HOME POTATOES hind him or the driver he passes may man who was to take them away- : i WHATEVER

AT ROLLINS COLLEGE j, HAVE BEEN HARVESTED be a member of the Viligantes and but no one came for many minutes t j
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I ____ he may be hauled "on the carpet" by so the police took them. And who I,X rl
COMES OFF NEXT WEEK From the two acres of potatoes the authorities. could blame him ? Later on he aseertained <. See or Phone "
-- members this has the car belonged to Joseph I i -
'planted as a "test-out" at the county The of order noauthority 1
.J in Florida ere '
schools
"Many Well E. Johnston, who had loaned the ve- .
make
to to
home there were harvested last week any suggestion
? 'preparing For the Florida interscholastic '''one hundred barrel of rood( tubers the offending driver, nor commit any hide to Lester E. Alford for an hour I H. A. HUNTER 1'1t
< aquatic,meet at Rollins collegeSutWNlajr.PA.pril to make The or two and on the grounds that Alj *
-which is considered an especially act, or any arrest. members j
'<' v- ,Gn 29, which water is carni-ex- I i good yield when the lack of moisture are merely banded together for ford had parked the car he was arrested ,t ', Golf Club f t,'

; pecte41*+ =: hqlargoet; state for high Ms considered. Of rain there ban been the purpose of seeing that all t-eftlr. and placed 'undertwentyfive .'!= PHONE 27, three rings, KISSIMMEE t.
a"g"c1.nthe
"Vaf4tVe6I : rules erved. The that dollars bond. :
t4 ''nothing like what was needed and are 'ob fact no appearance 'it
and will be held .t: \ ci
school ,eonipetltJon,
and asked
called
Mayor May was
is assumed by the Vigilantes ,
there was no irrigation of any sort to power :f. a :
of the 1
, 'on Lake Virginia, on the edjjo makes safe and order and when the hearing; was to take place :
} it
a !
sane
bo had. It is believed that had therebeen ; rII
{.b 'vS 3'S i
fi S ivt Sd < M8 } 8v44-0 *')->
7 vcolle it )<' o.c
\ 40000.0'O''OHH
stated hetrd
e campus. I a fair amount of rain the because it has merely an advisory and he that it would be

';' team Jn the took last!' the year's honors meet in I'alin the Reach boy:!)' .increased amount harvested by nt Icist would twenty-five have been perIcen more capacity than the two association!thousand' members now havinv on in ing.municipal But it was court net on so Monday hearJ.'fhebond morn- j j'( ;.. ___..... _. -= .. 4 J:(

vents, and the ijiria"!: team of Sain. : *. Sor>i > thirty BITP'S ff the its roster, is both harmless: and ef of twenty five dopers!' ;in ,.n"'! i I
1'etersuurg won first iiuiioiij' wilftheir ; estrented-as the defendant did
was !
with the culls! have fective.
together ,
[ ;
crop \
f' ,. two stars tyiq. ,'t\'r 1 r-tMn,,?j 'or the u'e cf flirt inmates It -possible that later on flirt not bother to !go to court; cnooamif !

LEASED A RE5:;cIdtL': of the home. The entire oullivfr. scope of the vork may b..adnn ov1 rather to look, mere closely after his j POLL TAX NOTICETHAT .

WILL EWTER! C1J. lNE S.Th | ,. ( ',> Dropincluding f'e Me'II. fertilizer and take up other lines of lawbreaking business mutters, and no writ of I
;; : habeas was issued.
in tho tH'nah6 eotpps
name mnnnornot for
and housing,
care, harvesting; I J
.
t., Thui'tnHii buni\ ( l'w\ in II o I',.." will not exceed ninety dollars. of I r.Fn! , no eviitcnceapainst .
.r..
The of the
"Brceswj Bc.-tion of Klsr/inmce: hll" vent arts which may lead to scrioucommissions. rmyone. owner 1+ ,
? car denies knowi'djre of the bot- :
THE
MAINTAINING LAW uny ;
"lieen leaded fi,,, cno y:.lr to Jol'r: MiCllvrcy .. .
his No
tlea-and ho h.is Mr. cn saw
S a,!" who drove his tin IIZ/.IP' i.or.' WITHOUT USING FORCEOne 4 __.__ Alford park the .nnd there U a I' .
--- J ---- --- n car- I
Hew' J H8" "' to look over Florida and i .r : IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN ::;:.
possibility, just a bare possibility, -
, decide iijon n lot ation. lievm: >s city: in the United States has A.VERSE A WEEK that someone else paced! the bottles' \.,?
much ple.iservi! / h K'H-' nu.ico ti'. 1 i rolved in a very nleusinar: nn l ..at- .
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factory the conduct of automobile ____ in the wrong car-or even erred in {
manner
addition to Kvin.n.T '>i'jpu'ly lv i I.:>
|t" :
not covering in manner. Mr.
purchtiBud a I IL) <>u plain Btu'ct' t f.oin drivers, and there reams! to bean When I Am Dust Aultman, with others a proper, paid no .attention The Primary Election ;
opportunity to "srfread out" the
'Charles 0w--IInJ 1 it U poi ,01.1"! th and
of the
to the parking: car-
M will build. He iiiteixis, al.-o, I. scope of the work. There has been When I am dust, the stars and tins: \
Mr. AuUtt'an' also affirms emphatically -
,'' rect> a building; for a irtHchiri" ship formed in Saint Louis a large organiyntion gray sea it be 1'
emphatically
r y which he will tlioroUK'' equip.Mr. of "Vigilantes"' which has Shall go on shining: : and lIinA'inbut' said, that very after seeing the bottles may he TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, JUNE 6 b
for its malt object the speeder or the not for
:
McGilvrey's traiifurtions v.vn1 me.
.. attended: to his own affairs and did
'k' fails the laws t' }
man whq to respect f
"*nmplet''d through'\ Join; Mil'huuvi, When I the the hor said t about the matter:
renrulaf!ing 4'affic. Tin1 moiit', of M o- am trope, poipcl of nothing P,.
ale agency. rpdure i is simple--but very "ffectiveThe < grass e&cept: to ]keep a strong lookout to
'Welherbee! PrcpMed Eitocorcy irifrohPTS do not nVo the t l law in Shall stilt! be uttered-hut not for me see what was about tbe putted off.
their own hands but when one of | alas! I I It is rumored that thus wero many

r An ofer vs ,, : r' e"tll 1 at) tart 111:': them notes( a 1 l.w bciiny: ; I 1-rrAor.: hetiil'.cs 'And when iy fret on t'nt-lr: 7.sat jour- close "coiitabs" thron. <- -I t Friday dis- Poll Taxes Must Be Paid 'H
.m..ny
saea"lon "f/th/ coimt,'" rntiimi; .sdr, \, r.ri the number of I Ihe effendintmrrtrinn : ; I turn ami! Saturday Mid secret
J ; ,., ',. ..... j ney 'cufcs'oiirt' held. Thltlcll'f' nit lecordai.f
which d ,1\' ii' }{ L" :
'y n i : n'l "pcrts! th" "-tji->"i- t i Still in the heavens the sunset fir ,
, '. a : ,,uit .,,-..l I t,0 v. ,,'ii'at i. m any ,
4; r ,."frt"I i I'j, ; .1 1 r" ;.u th,,, chief .n{ Cilice: !g'".j'tlot' "i;j |>U"M"ulars. shall\) /burn;j' : 2
? tfu> the : WUwilll; trli- sepal ]I""u ,1.L" "?"
county ns at nc-t-inl out\ .
M ,, .. '. I Still In tlid"woods the jiU-J :, Thus muloththe evening lesson.WIUT ON OR
;yj :rna.l\.t 11l'tntj m" nn rtav! of anten The pet l'-A lit 3 in! *."" .j* rt"-q t. "' nigutin BEFORE SATURDAY MAY 13 '

> Lii* '""' ;i>li'flv/ <;S (ref T ncr s1,';k. Tn!, m llor ti) tl'e pear;"n rneTi'-ior.._>,i .in the r->m- shrill slag I I008 I ; cNn: i-K ('3:::EriT SAID ',' ''k,
',''y'i: ; ,+ fay 'WAS' brought: up by Co-nmiK'sinii',
,f \ ; "Wetlwijw : --I i-1! \' >. '.>- f". u/. ",RengC 1 "irvsler l 1 1.'.", tc Spring 1 i I The xltri thpt n 11 "i.voi or .-h'.Cf of .e,

,lt, ;,; fWdVri'.w! ", I .. : l I., ... "".- : '.",, law, erg: i s'.ntcd i thit!: t..tJ.. a next ojn- And 1 folks shall move, and emiliJ; !., .undeprtlt polico :;Vr.', !H iL-eilv: ttiomit any hew I f' y
r .
."COU1\ty\ ,hr'rT)1, .r ; ".l. r 1" '; -, '':::0<<; '\\.1, .., .. end roe:l; ':o? t '!1' +".rr? ,o LIB v:n'lci! I inon- I t ,4
')%JUt.d. js;;.,,: "fr....- .:! ":'"tw" "ir; : ;..' .: .1 n. !..u. Bet I nbHhe, away- **. -se 'unit- rt "0"4 .s 'G Jti'I I' '>", -M i '" '-.; ' 'UTNf 1 ''''1',. s "" r '1<1"titi ,- Gcd. 11;1''. 'I C. L. Bandv .
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J. G ASINO THE: ATRE WEEK COMMENCING i MONDAY, APRIL 241 1




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< } MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

")* t "t "THE .MISTRESS OF THE DORM. MAY -IN- Pickford WANDA IJAWLEY'INIJELEN ClBSON'IN '

WORLD,"THE SCREEN SENSATION Mary >< -
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SERIES OF OF THE FOUR.CENTURY NUMBER! A EDEN( AND RETURN" IN HER NEWEST AND MOST ENDEARING PICTURE BOBBED ,lAIR "THE WOlVDIINrA '

I STSTORY OF ,LOVE GLITTER
t. ONE- Lord Fauntlero
"Little
Y A STORY FOR GIRLS WHO ING THROUGH' THE( GREAT
PLUCK EVERY LAUGH .
"THE[ DRAGON'S ClAW'FROM Once more Miss Pickford proves hersslf the greatest of allftars" big WANT TO "BE DIFFERENT" LAND OF THE SNOW:' SHOW.DON'TMISS -
tr YOUR SYSTEM. DONT . AND FOR OTHER FOLKS WHO
ING THE
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enough to play the Mother's heart and tiny enough to play the child WANT TO KNOW WHY EVGIRL r'l :NSlfIESOFHEAR
: MISS IT WHO
SEEING THE BEST
in a dual' role incomparable.
ERY MOVE A LAUGH OR A
ALSO . HONOR ABOVE HER LIFE
f' die PICTURE EVER SHOWN IN ADMISSION, MATINEE NIGHT THRILL EXCITEMENT. "

-...;;. "THIS TOWN\ ALSO EPISODE HAROLD LLOYDIN- Adulta ___......___......85c ADULTS .... ..... ..50c ALSO
No. 10- Children .. CHILDREN25c ALSO \'
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L : I "Nan of the "I.,orlh'''' "BEFORE. BREAKFAST"SHOW. Also STARTS TORCHY'S T3 : : : OPROMOTIONOOL.lo:3O TOPICS .OF THE DAY "THE' ADVISOR" :



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Shaves, 16c; haircut, S5c; children. Stop talking about your troubles. !I In a well-played' game, noted for Mrs. M. E. Turner Mrs. W. B. CARET OF THANKS,

flht i 25c:; at Casino Barber Shop. 18-tf .Take. Tanlac.: Central Drug. Store. its strong stickwork, the Klss.'mmec: ineon. Mrs. F. A. Faye, Mrs. M. Nak-I I. -
LOCAL I I ballteam the home grounds to extend to the member-
Miss Edna Schweikert, now of Orlando Attorney 1. M. Parker, of Saint on yesterday and Mrs. Dave Lander:
was a Kissimmee .visitor on Cloud in circuit court In this city won over the team from Apopka Music ........_...Rousse Orchestra of the Woman's Club of Klsilmmee
. ItAjPPENlNl"Dr Sunday, I was by a score of 11 .to 7. Prayer. and all who in any way assisted themin

.,, i. f Walter',on Tuesday. I I Mrs. Ida Broughton, who first came Vocal solo..Mrs. any manner our sincere thanks for
,I' Born: To Mr. and Mrs. The Orlando District! Methodist: to Kissimmee In 1911, and who has a Accompanist.._Mrs. C. H. Bullock the putting on of the entertainment. F

-. Bronson, of Shingle Creek on Thurs- Conference will open at Ovideo next' ; i large number of friends here, plans Reading___.....___Mrs. Earl' LupfersoloMrs last Saturday evening. by which the>
-- -- ; "Or"t. Uuckmnster, oiteopathist4 ,-::.c.aYLApril! 13. a son.... _ __ Monday-and -will continue--f41_I I to leave tuday to make her home with Voca>-- 11.M.. DeyoreoI club-treasury war increased ,to- n-

3aint Cloud. Office in Conn building. Try PuPont's Automobile Repair days. I her daughter. Miss Edith Brownell, at I I Accompanists Mrs C. B. Elam amount enabling us to complete ther ;

13-! ing. 110 Emmett'street.. Phone' 7714tf. Bad..debts collected: or no pay.. Re-I Evanston, Illinois. It Js very probable and Mr. Sampson. baseball grandstand and pay the indebtedness -
=__ "Elinor Rouen which was owing uPOrL the-
Irlo Brunson has secured position suits_guaranteed, J. M, Willson district that-Mr.--Broughton-. frequently 'Readlng--
a
; : D. has beenengaged I I and volin duet. Ira. C. Elam We certainly appreciate the
..t at Loughman where he is engaged in Rev. W. II Dresch D. manager. 15-tfc ,{return to Kissimmee. Pane B. place.
kindness! of the club. well of
:
to deliver the annual address and Mr. Sampson. -as as
,; keeping books for the Everglade Cypress to the high school at Oviedo Semi- I L. C. Massey, one of the able attorneys recently Dr: Howard arrived A.in Kelly Kiasimmee, 6f Baltimore, Vocal solo.-.______Patsy Maklnscn those who gave their patronage.!: 10. .
Lumber the
Company. nole county, on Friday, May 26. of Orlando was in attendance of as Music___________ Rousse Orchestra KISSIMMEE BASEBALL TEAM.
:.... We have three houses for rent.. One I at 'circuit court in Kias'mmee on ruet Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Willson. 1--- \
.f six, one of five, and one of four Paul K. Weaver, formerly connected ,Tuesday.We Making! a trip on the Kissimmee prair'e -
with the defunct State Bank, he was struck bv cotton-mouth ,
wart I a
Nelson-
rooms. Realty Company I have a client who wants to borrow -
in Kissimmee on Sunday--pu-s-it nt ,' moccasin on one finder. lie Wat taken -
Mrs B. C.Haley and little daughter home of Mrs. Weaver's parentMr.. $1400 on property worth four to a-i Orlando' hospital, I:
who have been-.-making a brief vis and Mrs. N. C. times this amount. Host of securityand wh'r"l
Bryan. applieiitiorn look
t
i t'e
proper soon pa c1
;
it Kissimmee friends left will an encouraging rate of t. EN1NttS
today
.- upon When in Saint Cloud don't fail to -pa" ticnt rut of linnjri"'. und lit' "'11. X.-MUI' .
: for their home in Rocky Mount, North interest. Nelson Realty Company.
i '"' visit the Variety Store corner 11th ; nrnutc) to "othi-V portions of th! mats i .
Carolina. street and Pennsylvania avenue. 15-t.r/ Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. I 1), has* been. !Mr.\ and !Mr, E.!*,'ar.J !1'jrlcjwho
r E. Remington ban disposed of hisgrocery invited by II';. :Men's, f'lul> of ( !j..> '
I Friendship Lodge] Knights of Pyth hn\',' b"eu orcunviTic fVi>i-] oval hon, I ,
"4 V on Prondwas' to H. lIvely, mont' Lake county, (1" dell': nt ,\ i
Sis- at SID f! tl'blvfastrv>l>l 't rluriligthr.
ias, with the! Pythian :'; prate
who has been a resident of Plant together dress at a speruil in vtni..r t *"o i i I ,, 'I SPELLS
left Knximniee on1'0' ?
V 'tprs, joined forces and enjoyed a fist. n9smt: d l'i j stay r2. ,
f. City, and who has already taken pos- occur. The invitation hits' :ii.-"i. .1 1 thri I
,I fry at Alligator: lake' yetteulay IIftel- for -uini-i-r hniv! nt t'U'* tonIlirhig ) nil .-
aeSSlon noon. cepted. ':?!\ } "" At Jir't' omP'e) ( In-" o <.''I .
The offices )Dr. W. L. Winn For Bale Only remaining: o.ist '. '
or are : \Ir int'd> <' .Mii i; V Vovris. nn d! ;iu? i
new located oily in Saint Cloud In the municipal court on T\\ c -day front: lot., on bp-! ( 'N"l"I": " lil ,i-V: i ill i ter, .ies..1"". V.I) O- byre! Spent I th ate I .g

t Phone 122. Office in Odd Fellows. was heard the cane of J. II.with("Pa"disturbing ) town. Inq-.iirr: I 1-2 "; .)l.th V n.a' son lit.on' .. un.l the piiry--! ,11 f: i i- 1

. I i Wool. 12-tf. Weaver a negro, charged avenue. /15l'; 1 \ train fo, Ih'r;> nm-tlii-i d.fll1llt'n, I

-!-: .z i; If* C. J. Mixer, who has been spending/ : the. He peace was found and using guilty profanslanguage and a If you a'" )>iil l
i r the winter at the corner of II ugh y fine of! ten d llar a.'M'vd strawberry p. mo with t IV uM of u"< I t''i: tit tli- pit, ',''n',"{ c'ljoyert il-r'n" '
wa
street and 'iDillingham avenue, left him. this fall and hove n lams let, II' fi\ tl'] rat x nt'n I', and feola! ) sure ,h", ;ri.l,
s on Tuesday for his home in Walloon against you up with some that will ,unrl 'uJt> his. wife! will return at an early d.uin i'cnn's is packed air-tight in the ,
Wells has closed! his. (3ifl(
Roy
Lake Michigan
th" Price and 1 term the autumn.
edly m. *
Shop" for the Benson and has departed : reasonable.grow Nelson Realty Company., -.. .- patented new container-the quality
1'' for his summer place of businessat 'LOST SEVEN HUNDRED?
:
Kennehunk, Maine lie and his Mayor H. R. May was culled! to is scaled in.
family will stop at various points on Gainesville Wednesday. even'ng liy, a THEN SAID TO FINDER
The Taylor System their northward journey. Mr. Wells. wire stating that his mother was lying "THANK YOU KINDLY!I" I Penn's is always fresh.
_
will. return at an early date in. thefall. departure!: seriously he) ill.wrote On the an interesting eve of his; The lie'lhov's, plaint of "All I (gets Buy Penn's the next time. Clean: ). .

communication for The Gazette, which is 'Muori OMi.'ed To Yen'," way -fresh-sweet. ,
"This is one medicine that does allthat' brought to mind last Y
GROCERS"WE appears in another column. Saturday evciinw. -
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claimed for it.1' Thousand
.... t M have said it about Tanlac and no will I For Hale cheap to ,settle an estate: Will J. Lancaster found in the q
l of the Casino
lobby and
l some mon -v
One five-room house furnished, 41
if it. Central Drug
you you try
six certified checks on "Chl..a..ohllnkth.
Neptune street, Cape Breeze: also '
Store.
AVOID ENTANGLING ..
one double lot at 218 Sumner itreet. total aggregating! 70960.
ALLIANCES." Tanlac is a splendid tonic for puny, Inquire on premises either place. Miss He immediately advertised the ft>ot SEALED
frail delicate children. It is. purely! on the screen that valuables had been
t With the Opening of Our vegetable and contains no minerals or Lena Lord, administrator. 19-tf found. AIR-TIGHT

t HAINES CITY BRANCHWe Voters should bear in mind that '"
opiates. Central Drug Store. No time was lost in a claimant appearing -
have materially added to our Lost: one list of the membership of the registration books of the county and asking about the find
4 the democrat'c' central committee of will close on Saturday. April 29, and The man, who Rave his Dame as William )-
buying ability, and, as usual with Osceola county. Is sorely nucdeJ. that -desiring to take part in; the r".nlC.. nroved his right to the I

,, f us, we pass the benefit along Strayed stolen or swiped. Finder primary of Tuesday, June 6, must ownership of?the money and cbecks.wher..upon .
register on or before that date. Poll
will please communicate with Howard Lancaster turned over the a
: TO OUR CUSTOMERS taxes may be paid by both women and
M. Katz-and receive one pair socks. property. The man appeared wonderfully -
men to and including Saturday,
up died
r M -in- Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Smith und their May 13. to receive the lost
Mr, and Mrx.F' goods- and then-but let the finder
AND VALUES daughter and family
? QUALITY -
.
R. Robotham has
who been spending tell of it. Lancaster said:
a:
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. 1>. Siebold and son harlu-who;
l c' To! trade at our stores U to announce have been making their home at 103: the! winter as has been his custom "Lang: took the find, hurriedly said
for many years at the Osceola house, 'thank you,' and then rushed away. Ou ranreesd
friend that Main street, are leaving today for try ;
. to your yon left Monday for his homein
: on summer I was a -surprised that be did not
their home Vemon .
:' . are getting QUALITY GOODS at have in Mount the Ohio.They that Marysville, Ohio.. He has many offer to give a reward rand I said:
'so
enjoyed season friends. in the city- and all\ seeing 'Don't you think that getting that
..j : die right price. they intend to return .soun as possible. tang
: : , him through the winter his back is worth at least twenty-five ... .,
,' I y: 4Weowe. BO man fe rit.. A still alarm at 1:05 Tuesday afternoon dafly walks about the city.. Mr. Robo dollars?" but he never said a word. _. .l
'H; 'e': -It's a' mark of Distinction. called the fire department to tham expects to return in the early Just kept right 'on JrOin g. Most any 0'00000'. OG *.... .0.00..'...... .... . .... . .. ...... !' ,
the pole. yard ,of the Kissimrtvee '" -.
torago -
: 1 portion. of the coming season j man would' have least offered to pay .
TelepJJon' Company, where: a The fire department was called out 'something' to get that sum of good :

fire supposed to have originated froma Friday afternoon to extinguish a small money back in his pocket, don't you
spark from a locomotive was under- blaze at the home of Mrs. E. A. Russell think !" 1'1I11 : -

: V.: way. The fire was extinguished with 319 Main street and{ again on : f
:1 : I THE f TAYLOR SYSTEM but trifling loss. Saturday afternoon when) a call came j, MONDAY MORNING SESSION .

Be sure and place your cr : the perfectly sanitary milk d livf- fire occurred in one of the negro ;
cd fresh at your door a" ordered, at homes. No damage was reported from 1 Although there were several lined Can You Tell ; :
-5 STORES 5Kiitimmee only Ific per quart. Order from the either alarm. up on the bench at the opening of

: .,:: Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Upham, together ."
case was heard that or M. J. W. .: : b
.j' Several of for
: r cases arrests running -
with Mrs. :S. and
Murray
Upham
whether flour is bleached
. '.. cars after sundown without a her two children, who have been Dunbar, charged with practicing med- cheap low-grade and;
lighted have been made in vine without proper license. Defendant mixed with chemical ) Probably not 'But ''
. tail-lamp spending the winter at the home of poor ., ,a
a Kissimmee and said he knew ha should not BOpractice ' \
so ancst- .
everyone William H. Upham of Kissirnmee, left
but thought he should have you can protect your table by using v '
ed knew that he had been neglecting.
on Monday for their home in Providence .
0 ,. _
to obey the law. Notice appears! in !-intending to make the trip by i been notified by the' officials. Said ; :
another column regarding this matter, rail and boat. The visitors much the judge: "Well, you know better : '
and the chief of police gives warning pleased with Kissimmee and are Osceola now, don't you 1 You know now that I HONEY BOY FLOUR ;
"
youshouldn't have done it! Tho ,
: that arrests- will follow non- '
t every county, and.will return.
MILKf observance of the law regarding tail- reply was in the affirmative. Then (Self Ri.ing) l' .
Announcement has been receive,1stating
lights. I the judge added: 'Twenty-five dol-
that Bert Seaver or Bert lars fine, or sixty days on the .-P
Clark Howell is saying many nice Siever has been married to Miss streets!I'. Quality flour made in "America's First Mill.
things about the handsome dahlias
very Grace Helen Nicholson, of Orlando- I': Court then adjourned. '
being produced in his yard. He with a request for publication. No Ask your grocer. '

. f., has two long, rows, and by care and dates were given as to when the hap I CHANCE IN PARTNERSHIP I
close attention he has nursed these
PURE py event took place nor was the address '
t ; through the dry weather until there of the groom given. The cou- I The firm of Croxton &: Schmidt is --000--

f are many great colorsome globes. ple are now on an automobile trip no more. For a year they have been

The following report, just made very attractive to the eye. So few through Northern Florida and Geor- 'doing some fine work and lots of it, Bhih Miffinf Ce. R. C. WooAery Conpaay 'q
ha been issued upon the cattle dahlias are seen In this portion of gia.. but this week there has been a dillso'Iution t ''
the country that these are much ad- and M. E. Croxton has goneto Seymour, Ltd. Dirtribotort, OrlandY i iE'
; i, jbrnishing the milk I am supplying mired. i Ellis F. Davis, who succeeded his the Ford and Lewis ,
<' (', the residents of Kissimmee father as the junior member In the Schmidt has taken garage his . ...... ........... ........ ..O..P
to : brother R. F.
&L B. Skipper, of Bartow, a mem- law I
firm of Smith &: Davis, at Mari-
Pt. beiyof the Skipper family which has,.anna Florida in Kissimmee I Schmidt, and the two will remain at
was
.;. Result of Tuberculin hats of connections in all counties old-time friend onMondayvilltlnlr the old location under the name of .
,
\ in central and west Florida recently an ) Schmidt Brothers Auto-Repair Shop. I II PHONE 1084 ort. 78 POSTOFFICE BOX 176BAYLARIAN
Owner 'Lee Kogers Kis immee. Milton Pledger. Mr. Davis ii casting
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found a suitcase on the public high I Both these men are reputed to knowa
about for' a new location for himself
;; Florida. way, which he immediately brought has great deal about automobiles, having -
|rand figured that Kisslmmee was CARPET CLEANING CO. :
"; A tuberculin test was applied by to the office of The Gazette. The con- 'aa choice a spot as could be found; yet had many years of experience. 4..

owned tents of the case are of considerable he will visit other communities be-
to 28 cattle by
me you. MUST HAVE TAIL-LIGHTS
ORLANDO FLORIDA
I' value to anyone-but Mr. Skipper, a ,
; fore making his decision. It is proba- ,_
April 3 to 6, 1922. with results as DEAR MADAM
square man, wished to return the ible he will locate here. Both state law and city ordinance : J t
:, shown below: case to the owner. I Read and Consider the following: .. Of
I The offer from one firm to furnish demand lighted tail lamps on every Now is the time to do your spring cleaning. Moat housewives
.' The fire called
Number passed (healthy)_____28 department was outWednesday the county with two hundred heart motor vehicle running after sundown. have their rugs cleaned and cared for just the same a* their clothe a )
at 9:30 to
morning : ans- cypress fenceposts at 25c each was There are many careless in this regard I' tOur
Number reacted (tuberculous-) wer an alarm sent from the vicinityof and this is that Rugs must be cleaned once a year. ,.
i considered by the commissioners at to notify arrests cleaning will lengthen the life of your carpet. Our many l
Number suspicious __________ 0j the Wagner home on Bermuda ave their recent meeting The posts were will follow every-neglect of the customers in Orlando and surrounding territories are our best refer-

Total, number tested__________28 nue. There was an error in callingthe to be six and one-half feet long-but law in this city. Drivers of care af- ences.: We know the latest and most efficient method of cleaningcarpet -
j, department, it was explained, up- i the size, four inches, mitigated ter sundown MUST observe this or-
I Number not injected ,___..____,. 0 on investigation. There was a grassfire I against accepting the proffer. It was dinance. C. H. DRIGGERS In*,the espcially first place the dOrientalyour carpet and rugs beaten by ,t,

"r uspecU to be retested_______ 0 chicken which threatened to damage a believed that the county could get 19-2tc: Chief of Police. some person who does not know how to do It, It is better not: to do

"'-1'' t !y .1i Noninjects to be tested______-_ 0 there was farm a sufficient-4 but i it force was on declared handto better fay and using larger its.own potts teams.for less money W. C.T.U. NOTES It.at. all for more-ruga' have been injured by beating .than by actual

x (Signed) cope with the danger; Mrs. E. N. Dimiclc.! of Palm Beach Sunday afternoon at four o'clock: service.We dean and repair all kind of carpet and rug*; W make

D. C. GILLES | "Uncle Josh" Ferguson of Saint and her guest Mrs. Cora; E. Myers, ofI there will be a Sunday school rail any. kind of alterations to your carpet* and rug to fit your room'
Cloud, was Kissimmee on Monday, I I Illinois, were visitors in Kissimmeefor at the Methodist church in which all Another important point i* to keep them in good repair. If there y

Veterinary Inspector.- bringing with him Bey. William Lan. ) a brief period on Tuesday. They the Sunday schools in the city will i ts a small hole, a tear; or worn out spots, they, ought to be repaired ,,
I !Idisa whom he was endeavoring to had been touring the scenic ridge portion > take part. This is a regular quarterly a* soon a* possible before they ret worse. "A stitch. in time save I 1 r

V,. ? There; is still room for you on our I t(proselyte from the ranks of the of the state-as well'as visiting temperance meeting observed in nine/applies to, Oriental Rags.' >
list of .daily cu.tomen-aod the "mired republicans" over into the ,all portions of the west cokst-andgreatly all\ states. .A fine program will be We are ready at all times to receive Bugs for repairing aDCI.cleanln& '
N ({democratic: party, where self-chosen: admired every section of the furnished. ,. . i ,
above report should prove an in 'candidates run on their handsome ap excellent: country they had traversed Monday, evening at 'eight o'clock '"We insure them against moth fire and theft 'while lit'oar tans,

';.f ;u : ducement. Place your order with .pearance their graceful ways and Mrs. Dimiclc. who has visited all portions there will be a reception at the Chapter baaed on your own valuation.. We have a storage hopes. .We promptly V:
LEE. ROGERS. I their ability to Issue bogus checks. of the state and the United Honae'in honor- of the new mern- take ear of all order by maiL' Give na a tnW.k.Satlsdal., ; : i
Proprietor
The 'pastor indicated that it States *"" VVguartntad. ''* "- ".iti ;U .
;was enthusiastically 'admltted that ben and the Saint Cloud W. C. T. U. .
riOt t 7j' Phone 127- *1I' KISSIMMEE about an. evens\ split' although fate nothing she had viewed could compare I Every member to expected to bring: ,.BATLAR1AN:CARPET CLEANING:COMPANY .

.' .; .. cloth'prevented. hi* saying 'it in pre- with the'beauties of Central and Welt((friends, and ,bear the following 'program I. 19-4t: ;, ORLANDO.: 'FLORIDA - K f
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AT THE DOLLAR LIMIT STORE .

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RECEIVED THIS WEEK SEVERAL NEW THINGS: and Shoes .. .'

; Big Assortment of New Patterns in Tissue Ginghams. Sale Price per yard -_..________.____.___59e "
New Lot of Children's and Ladies Sandals: ____:..____._________----Children '. $1.29; 'Ladies: $1.98 KISSIMMEE'S MEN,'WOMEN, AND BOYS' STORE"? $ '

', Big Lot of Children's Socks all sizes: Colors-Black' Brown per pair____________________19e ; |
j Reclaimed Army Cots, good as. new___________________________________--______--__-___$2.95
I -Received this week a shtprneTir-of-MenVLtght-Weight---Serge- Two-Piece .Suitu...unlined.. ___ Shoes- .That t. Are Showing_Style I? Comfort,_ Quality_ -and Perfect Fit !;

Ix oj fast'colors _____ =-; _-_-_-_-_._---=-_-r'" ..-. > $1738: _
Our Name is Back( Everything i"Sell You-and We. ------ -- "I -
REMEMBER: ONLY! TWO MORE DAYS OF THE EASTER SALE

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NO SAFER PLACE TO BUY THAN---AT

DOLLAR LIMIT STORE ,j- "

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'I 1 RULES GOVERNING: THIS CONTEST

Is Here I.
The Measure of Greatness Thin. contest will Spring
apppar every Friday far the next 12 weak" .
f atd In one of the adTertinemmtit on this or the opposite page n word <> -' ,
tt ,bas been Intentionally ml hpf'tlf'1L To find it read every ad. very i.
carefully.A AND' SOl IS

.- 11. ___ _ ______ __ five. word slogan must be Rent in when ending in return answers
-- TV 4oran Grantham Furniture $
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{ The Merchants & Farmer Bank 3,t Hut one answer blank will be allowed to be filled from any one HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNISHINGS {.
family each week. *
a of Kissimmee Wehnfer'n' Dictionary must be used for the correct spelling of i I STOVES RANGES, AND TALKING MACHINES .
1 the word.. All slogans not to exceed fire word and must be new :
nnd original The blank below must! be used when, Mending in I ho Ii
t1 answer, sealed In an envelopeAll I EVERYTHING I TO FURNISH t 1 t
5 -- has one fundamental purpo+e-to extend and broaden usefulness answers' must be In not later than Thursday noon 12 o'clock.
THE HOME -FROM PIT TO DOME
to serve. SERVICE IS THE BEDROCK OF OUR BUSINESS PRIN The context editor haa selected 12 words which he. ban intentionally r* ..
I misspelled Only one word for each week in recognized.In -
Y CIPLES. the event of a tie, for any prize offered, a prize identical In all : '"'
4I Perhaps you want 'to replenish some odd pieces here and there in the y ,
respects to that tied for, will\ be given to the tieing contestant. i :
Eight prize are offered: $20.00 first prize. $10.00 second prize. home. If so, we shall be glad lo serve you. "
I The Merchants and Farmers Bank! of Kistimmee. is a great bank because $5.00 third prize, $1.00 fourth prize $3.00 fifth prize, $2.00 sixth prize, j - .,--- "" &
51.00 seventh prize, $1.00 eighth prize. I
l I it ii a useful bank. We not only shall serve !but shall under- |' :
Contestants must turn in answer blanks for each of the 12 weeks.Now YOU CAN ALWAYS DO
j, J I stand and appreciate the service of others. We shall accept usefulness .
4 k'e r get busy put your spelling ability to the test.! You will BETTER AT OUR BIG STORE $ .
as the measure of greatness. thoroughly enjoy the task. I. ,
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In the awarding of the prizes the answers. in the misspelled contest PHONE 291 |
k and the beat slogans submitted will be considered together. J'''.

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the Mis-spelled Word and Slogan Contoet '

s The eye is the most important organ of the : THIRD WEEK. APRIL 21, 1922 I .

human system.Don't : STORY'S I
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your eyes you ..
\ -) 2.;.;." with Headaches Eyeacho Tired-feelings on using : NAME ______________________________________________________ j --------------- -- -- -- n. -- -- -'-- -- --- : ( i'...
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y1' your eyes Blurred Vision. Inflammation or : The MiHspelled Word i.________________________________________ -We have just finished arranging our rtock in a more attractive t'f :. ;

' Soreness .of the eyes or lids, better have them examined by : In the Advertisement of_________________________________________ manner. Come in and look-all merchandise on display at the ,to":2:

: My 5 word slogan is________..:-_________________________:_________ .. accomodating where you can see it + K
W E. SANDERSON Optometrist ,
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\ ". Fill out this. Blank with your answer and mail or bring to this. i SPECIALS 1
.G f&26" -Broadway' .: Phone.289 office sealed in an envelope not later than NEXT THURSDAY; NOON. Another shipment of MEN'

+Y.<:"I' ''BpMsiMm i1 YLLSrsr : . Jonea.This' .contest. owned, controlled and prepared! by Chas Edward. Pretty Summer Dres. Yam ball ______10c HERE 'YOU WILL'S.>

'A' t; -- ....... has wrived. Towels ----------C, FIND A MOST COM : '".
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i ........oo-.o..e acc--'". .to OOOO .ooo OOOOOO.tcooooOOOOO..OO.OOO..OO..O.O HOT WEA, THER.C : .
$3.". $3..95C.45, Tooth Paste ___10e
NEW STRAW .95 $545 $595 j I Extra Good Values In CLOTHES and OUR
$ I Women a Union PRICES ARE REA- ,
HATSNew : MANHATTAN BARBER SHOPDAKIN $6.95, aDd $9.95. : Suits. at 5ge and up SONABLE. "

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I I Organdies, Voiles Ging- LYLES V. STORY & COMPANY a ;"

I hams. Laces, etc. Many things ; i'
DRY GOODS; SHOES MEN'S FURNISHINGS: t '
j going at lest than present cost regret that delay in receiving our fittings has proven a disappointment 4:
KISSIMMKKl4G !
A lot of f fl.
price. big. to our patrons-but it has been worse for ourselves.
. It t I SOLID LEATHER SHOESfor +*tt-W&tt444e4r. >4+tt*&>tt&'*&>+<*+tt+SL.&*+- ij.fv F'4a ; ,;

Ladies and Children com- . . a..
Our Shop Will Be Open o 0 0. .. +oo 0 H+O+H- +aaa4 ++''' '' ''-
ing next week. Sale prices stillon t r I

everything. At An Early Date McN ILL BROTHERS ,I .

Battery Service Station


One of the Times EXTRA SPECIAL THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE BAT- Kissimmee. "

You're Glad You Men's Hat and U.derwear.McCauley's Oar Shoe Shine Department is of the latest design also and at your | TERY SERVICE STATION IN 't
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$'i" Have a Brunswick Service. Ou.r Cigar Department is there also with it. Cigars. Stogies, ', KISSIMMEEWe
I Plumbing ShopPlumbing j;
Cigarets and Tobaccos.
tc The longest Sunday afternoon Dep't. Store : j are fully equipped lo repairor I

.i you ever spent could have recharge any makes of Batteries :
tr .been made bright and cheerful STANFORD PLACE LEO CURCIO, Manager. and make them new Heating, Repairs ,
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s musts,'played on the accepted o ooO ..OOOOOOOOOOOtoooO.OO.OOOOOOOtO .ooo..o.o Batteries Recharged By
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phonograph of the musical Motor Contracting & Repairing .
. oooooooooo.oo..oo..o Generator
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w w.orld-The Brunswick.WILDER'S - - ----
-THE- THE LAKELAND BATTERIESAre And we Guarantee all Work to >

People's 5c & lOc Store QUALITY, AND SERVICEIs Real Batteries That Give Give Satisfaction. No matter ,
how small or large the job, callus a
SERVICEGRA[ [ what you always get at Service. We are Exclusive and 71
j t Agents. we'll be at your service.


.,. .Silkaleen.N. T. Crochet Silkeen Cotton and O.___5c ; Dakin Avenue. Phone-143 L
?,*.r f. C. BRYAN C[
Gl Men's Pen Checked Pants $1.25 The Exigency of The Occasion

I Wide Hair Ribbon, per yd-.lSc '. Demands We Give You The

Bath Towels ____________lSC Best Service
,,' Ladies White Stockings fancy and FamilyGROCERY .
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titi EMMETT\ ST. PHONE 171 Oa000004t OOt'OO IOOOtO.. OtOo..ooooto
"" per pair *________-__lOc n.
GENERAL( [ REPAIRING :
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.y Children's Brown or Black ...0000000

Starter and Generator WorkA* ; Stockings, per pair._.___lOc

N'.+' STUDIO Specialty ; Baby' Rubber Pants per --- HANSELL'S GARAGE-'
l pair .___._ __ 35cr
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'' Kissimmee'A ; A. C. STORAGE 'BATTERIESNEVER DISTRIBUTOR FORKELLYSPRINGFIELD r b
i '-BuY"YOUR SHEETS OW we go therlimit to do it.
FAIL ... t
Jt"a.tLe. Real .Battery for Every' Pepperell Sheeting, per;ycL55e. TIRES
,! . Car. Pepperell Unbleached Sheet1fag. Prices Rlgkt Quick Delivery THE:BEST SOLD. 4

;, t "'ez 1t'ttIt '' \ ., per yard..___._..50c \ Serric Tie Bat. fI
rr --IJ- 'W. repair and recharge all;' Pillow
'Tubtog,42.inch, .
I Our Repairing Department i isthe'best in Ki .immee. All'work done :
makes of.Batteries and give Free by
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Motor,Testing. Our price rej j per..... _' ;- ,4 PHONE 8 I, ,"skilled mechanic with years bf experience.. : Every car given: our per "'"' i isoniPattention.

i ; ?,positively-th. 'lowest., .* :i. : ( .PRICES. ", CUT.-:'. lN'TWo."I, _.' ; .';. ") '_ .. .. fl"/'t .. ..e 1\\ .1.1): -, Our. '_Big '.Fini 'Proof. &"*,. has room' for storage,

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1922 flyCAZETT'ESBC

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EDUCATIONAL HOME: PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION HONOR. ROLL OF" THE

: CONTEST MAKES PUBLIC ITS INTENTIONS' KISSIMMEE. SCHOOLS r
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At a l largely attended mrttlna.of I Iwhat FOR SEVENTH.. MONTH ;
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+ < I.. .40 o".o.oou: o U.0....,.000 f 0000 4441 04 04444444y44Q "x44 I ;r' II0 U .0 0 100 ... ",to 0 ... to to U 00.0-0'0'I 00.. 0 040 to "0.6: last the Horn evening rrota..tI", mature. AnioctMton or vital/ Import, hi-lil First Gru* Andrew, Semolne.

i ance war brought up, and It wa d'elded > Leolin McCullouirh., Louis. Driggera"
'. that the conmltutlon and by.lawsoC Susie Bratton, '''Winifred Brook,, Rosalie
+ WOODWARD JVX: XN': X OEE.: S == :. : public the In orftanUatlnri .chould. b. mad. Carr Verna Duiran.ce Lessie'
LUMBER YARD -- order that all mlrht understand
r the purpose for which tha... Johnson Fled. Mllar;, Betty Newby,
The Drug Store I voclntlon was formed Head olTlcera Martha Lee Wllkerson, Marian Car.
?..c: ='.* ,'.I to/'lawyer the aniocliitlon, have b..n deny instrumental Intolo that any eon. II. A. less Ileber Jones Barton

t )' ,*. :ADVANCES NEW PLAN fOR : drawing up elf her-the hylswu nreel.In Murphy, Hyatt Partln, Robert Smith;;
DISTINCTIVE. TOILET, PREPARATIONS-CARA NOME. AND atliullonln fact no attoriu>ya were con- W. C Allen, James Rouse, L.. R. Ty- ''i

l' : :: ASSOCIATED ARTICLES. I I halls were.eRa'dlnll'romp''tWh''f\the matter' they until wereukrd de' Mcfnnis Ion Coy Yates. Millard Tyson, Jack'

BUILDING' . to glue their opinion. es S.wh.lhrr Katherine Butler. Amylea
HOMES, T t there were. 'contained any Campbell Ruth Deyoreo,' La Trelle
tl GET OUT OF THE OLD RUT! I I Itreaevnable or threatening paragraph Grantham Emma Millard Edna
.. Their decision we that there were Mafx.1
none. This article l I. to correct numerous Floyd, McLaughlin, Hilda Han-
: ;' WE WIll..BUILD YOU A HOME TO YOUR ORDER rte rumor, entirely fal., as to. any sell Kathryn Smith" Lottie Partln,
120 Broadway Phone 3 threat that had been rondo Moris Sinauefleld, Leroy Durham
r Thn nacoclatlon. It I* claimed I. not
:i : AND MAKE IT SO EASY FOR YOU TO PAY' FOR IT a* was staled at the luncheon at the Leo Hansel, Dan Lumbard Leroy
OOlt.OO..o.... ... . .... ... o..oo.o.ooo..to.. ... o.. Chamber of Commerce yeaterday. B oat right. Ned Fertlc Stanley- Davis ,
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.; "antUKInn although It.doe stand a* Thomas Rlghtmire Beatrice Luesing, y
I' J l-ThaMfoii= WiIISoon-Easily-Own-Your Home J j ..OOOfOOOCOO.O. ..ooo..oooo.oo..oo..oo.o.AUTO' In anti mob anything rule; anti which to anything threaten that to will end Second Grade] Olive Bowen Dorothy -

:: : ; How epllework'. ot prevail; antl 'to Myers, Luella Doten, Thelma y
:.anything Ihnt'proniUf rlngr-narm> -
Yates
'. REPAIRING to the city 01* county.-: :! _Alvin Overstreet.- Howard
:. Here are the constitution .and. by. Watson GeorgeKey; Morris- Lee- t
:- law of the Orgranlaalion':' Yowell Edward White, H. J. Nave*.

COME IN AND SEE US -- And we will explain the plan to you YOUR CAR GIVEN OUR 'I j I CONSTITUTION: Lloyd.McCullough, John Muller!, Rene-
I 1. Thl
:> orgranlaatlon shall)I be known Ledbetter Edward Bowen, George ,{
PERSONAL .. a. the Home Protective Aaaoclatlon. of
AT ,KlMlmmce, Florida. Steffee Joe Ray McLeod. Elizabeth t
. .. CLAY' & -THOMASOARAGE i\I a. The object -of tots Home Guard Peyero Lloyd Austin Cecil Alvey
:.. U to iiHftUt In enforcing all the law. Stanley Bass, Fleming: Brooks,James
B U I-t-D NOW
.- _.... under th'. conatltutlon of the United Davis, Ted Hirtzel. Paul Glore,James; e
" Mates of America land State of Flori I
;.' da Wailer Rosalie II il ton.
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., :: __. AND HELP KISSIMMEE I GROW You get an honest job for an honest price. No to b smell: or too a.'e almll, oppose any. and every Third Grade: Thelma Smith Irene

large for us. We repair and, recharge aU] makes of Batterie:r ,, form of Mob Law Smith Susie Mae Stallings, MargaretWhidden
: i| .. We shall do everything within Mae Long, Elizabeth Bass "v
:. .' ...>+*N"O+OO }4?44 44 4fi0C'4'540040Q4404o4M 6t PHONE 22 our power and within the. law, to Mildred Carr, Benits Cooper Este
A :l.jr1 __ bringto maik Justice. am man or men who Hirtzel Emma WtoodalU LeslieJoin-,
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:. 1' 4--.4000H*<-OO't4--oo..o-t***<--***<><- Mo40t444444444444 :K 00 0 0 00000.000 H .O 04444444b444 the wear law Into unlawfully thvlr own and hand who take er, Frances Young, Ruth Yates, Mat- x

.. .j I PV-L.AAVS thew Davis, Rodney-Carr, Jim Camp'
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; w. B. MAKINSON COIVIP'YKissimmee's .1 tective Association must tie it Inw- Cecil Greshnnv' -Robert- -1Io1.Omber ,
1 I' I A': S..' GILBERT i tin abiding(tlS white year of cltlxen.age.t. at J."Ilfh.- Morris( Louisiana Walter Roberta

The ofllcera of this Homo I'rotec- Arthur Snodjrrass," Thelma .Champagne '
I DRY GOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS' the. 8HCUitloii, ahatj b<* roinnod ul Eva Mae Cooper, Corlnne
.LOGICAL ii Cniitaln' n l.lrutnunnt. and u tlncrvtHryTrfufcurer. Johnson Dale Mattle Belle
Padgett,
, Hardware .
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: LK'A BLOC'K5 Tyner Guy Watson
THE PLACE TO BUY. W FEW AND 3. 1 I ho nliovo flamed l ofRcrra shall beeKcltil
Fourth Crude James '
'( 1 ly a mujuiuyutv uf the mumliciDhlp : Earl LupferEarl ,
SAVE MONEY. I UKHfinljl/ Iti re A 11 lu r seualon. Remington, John Phny Virginia

: t SPECIAL BARGAIN COUNTER FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY 4. The Captain shill have the uuIhorlty Parbor! Ernest Almon, Hairy Duke;
I t<> "p".lnt| aa many UcrKvantiUK :
: \\\v hull deem Joseph Jeffords Carolyn Griffin Ruth !i
BEFORE YOU BUY t ueciaiwijruiii. IhenILppubttmenla .
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF SHOES AT i' ': Motel :ho approved| | by uuu1Juilc Joiner Ixw'sa' Muller; Iris ParUn.,
., ;;- 10 PERCENT DISCOUNT SATURDAY AND MONDAY , of the tnainlicr jtum-mMid In Phyllis England, Mane McFarland, '
+ . .. l K-rulur a< HBlon. Alice Bales!, Edna Over-street. Lola' ,
tt LET US DEMONSTRATE THE ---- --- -- ,6. 'I'lie dutlcH of th v ('.."taln shall
I )I.. Peaks, Raymond Day on Robert;; R
PHONE 35 JOHN A. ERICKSON, -i.ta-na /. ; IK ahll, II ass uni" cunimund. unit Mach Lloyd Bass, Richard 1I11tqn- i

/ I FLORENCE (M ; coO STOVE t Y..5: .:-:.:: Mv4-}4<..;)406.40O+4}$.M.---'r': : :..:M .:.-0;.ti..;vSfi).}ri'vv 7---x Q nirr. /any> out iiullun Mi Hit-candid IM HL of l h y his u nmjurHy abiUtj. -- William Fifth Grade Lung.: Elizabeth Steffee. A1--<
N_ ___ I vui* of the oraauizxtiun.S. 7..
: Shuman
ma Betty Mse SnMcr Thel-.
<. The dutl of the l.leutenunt Sett ,
: t: AND TASTE FOOD PIPING HOT COOKED RIGHT IN :: ':dv: :i L-r: }t-rS4frr.SCR'; -}J Yvhrri44C.--.oo.X-..<-:.{.+}->+.rrrrfivi04:_vr..r rHant or Mt.-1-KiitlilB. shell .b". ma Davis Hencgar Wright, Henry ,,

'> :'s. OUR STORE BY A PRACTICAL COOK ON A FLOR : j Tly shall iiHslat In vuiiyuiK uul Bratton, Bruce Denman Edward ,.
: I the iiril.Ttf iMHuttJ 1 by the t'uplain. Champagne Lila Melvin! : llinter. ,
. ; PAPER SHELL PECANS AT 4Cc I Carter -
} POUKDTHIS
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. .' : ENCE CIL COOK STOVE APRIL 21 AND 22 'j''.' I 7. Tin dutun. of. the HutrilaryTrviiaurei "'
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I :Y: FRIDAY UNTIL 6 SATURDAY-3 UNTIL 8 tr' SixthGrade: Stanley '
; : :: H** shell uiMiiitnln a recoid of Ch'Imanr'Enoch
> } IS OUR SPECIALTY FOR THE PRESENT TIME the uii-i IIn"... take curw of lllu ""I'- Herzberjc Edith h
. : r. r"Hpoiiui' IIC... ,ll ii. 1-1 MUUI), uml tHKurnru Joiner Ruth Straub, Evelyn Sout er..
r'f= But remember line of Fine Groceries: is always
our complete:
" r'' f or any. funds that may In uciuinulut land Jessie Jordan Hazel Hirtzel/
; :f PROMPT DELIVERY=REASONABLE PRICES (J.K. Mamie Ganlous. '

. I MAKINSON'S BIG HARDWARE ; I Thu of this duties. orKanlEUlloii of the Individual"Hliall bt mtmbira 1\ Seventh Grade: Edwin Barnes, At*

. ? .- --- They shall all ''lexnnder Akerman Frances,Bailey,.
:JS:, S ::PIAC> 'SZ" ]: : -- I obey urdeu orcuiuinundM
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; X NEAR DEPOT PHONE 123 :i .sau.d uy tee iulciM inCIHIK Edgar Bcoland, Hazel Overstreet; k
and shall insist l In
i1-- .f.. j: CASH GliOCFR: In their power within th.everywily Hut-, j jVid* Simmons, Dorothea Whlte.<,
.. .. Eighth Grade: Katherine, Denning.
It 01 the
taws .lour i-ountry. In ,
wMOOO'OO'O 'O'OOOOOOO-o+ +:-: -: I
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. .., f err) log out thee order or command May.
o. Phone 176 KISSIMMEE .. .
Ninth Grade: Rebeka .MI11.,,-Eugenia 'J
;-. 0444x4444 O Oo.oooo.ooo..o.oooo-ooocooo 9. The officer, and member of this '
' : OOo.ooo OOt..o..Oto.o.tO o.o.oooo oo oo 1 1w Home Protective AsnoclMtlon shall not Akerman, Mary Kritzt,Eleanor ,
I'be held responsible for any act of vlo Rosen. '"
.{ ; luncv performed by one mumuer on hi* Tenth Grades Carl Barnes Fay
: oooooo..OOOoo oo..oo..oo OO G !town Inltlatlvi aid without the nanc. Lucas, Alberta Branson. Joanna
F. A NAVEOtceola tlon of said officer and member Any,
. member commuting such an act shall Hitchcock, Janet Grave. Elizabeth,.. gri.
i Notice To Merchants j*''understand that h.. cannot expect nor Moseley Theta Phay Madge Rivera, 0\ '
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. ..: r l I demand. the proteoton of the Avaoclation. Ida Roe vIk, Dena f Snodgras, Mary '

:.* Sur' ., i -000- I 1(1. Any person wishing to become amember Stanley, Helen W1ITlbx.- ,, Katherine. ?,. .
of the Home I Protective Ao- Miller. .' .
& Bank elation mum first make hi. wish Eleventh Grade, ;Lewis l Campbell, ...
: i County Building
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All merchant ads.
4 having in our MISSPEU.ED- WORD AND SLOGAN :known to a member, who must take F. S. SuhL ,
his name before the Aoclatlon In Ledbetter, Ettamay :;: ...r t
F CONTEST are requested to have their change of copy in at regular elon, where It will be neoe i Twelfth Grade Clara Ploet ,. '
: .. that he receive '' I
I office WEDNESDAY.. of each week. Copy coming in later cannot be !before ary he may proceed a farther.majority vote I Subscribe for The Valley'iazett4n:

t High Class'Inavesfinents4ws' I OATH OF AlO-KialAKCB! I -- I I.
: changed for that week. We trust all merchants 'will tak.this notice
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\ t in the same kindly spirit as it is given; of member of the home Protect., How Soldier ;

: ', :i:,,'r...t.+-HOfO U.It..o . 0-0 00.000 to 0.. tt 00.00...to.o 0 0< 0 00 Oft 0 f THE" tlve Association of, Kl)*"lmmee, -PlorU . .' u r'k'
. PUBLISHER. da. her. assembled do eolemnly swear ,
tit 1,i'1" J and promise that I will stand to and 'rsedAttar.ks., ,
448458' -o t.oo.o .oo.o..to.o. ..o.o..ooooo..o.oOO-oOt abide by the Constitution and By-Lw. ;
: i o.Ott.o .o.o..o..oo.OOOt.o. .. . of this orcanlaatlon. '
RO'I3ERT ..........oooo..o... .. .. I furthermore promise and swear .
' "I RE ID EL COMPANY: I.---------------------------------------------- "For two years my stomach
. that I will at any and all d''
00.0..00..0..000.00.1 c.'iT.f:: was bad doctor had to inject
( I time to a any member jof very my
NOVELTY WOR'KS'E NIPPED IN KISSIMMEEWAS the Home Protective Aaaoclatlon, or morphine on several occasions'
: any person or* person, who are not when I was stricken with' these at-'
A GREEK I .
; VISITOR member. of this organisation, who..raend.ngered ;
or threatened with .... tacks. Since ,taking four, bottles ofMayr's
OSCEOLA WANTED IN LAKELAND ...,......, and protect them to the limit Wonderful' .Remedy, I have, '
: 10- of my power, even though. my ownlife been entirely well and am serving In'
A Greek who gave( his name a. An- shall be endangered.I the artillery having been pronounced
WOOD AND LUMBER AND BUILDERS SUPPLIES further premise and swear by the
:. gelo, was arrested Saturday night virtue of all that I hold snored and in perfect health by.government phy
til House Building A Specialty. upon advices from Lakeland, by R., hereafter that I am not a member of_-iicians.It"is,* a simple, harmless
E. Malone, night police, and Monday any organization .practicing or approv- preparation' that remOVeA the eatar-: t
t; ".e ALL INTERIOR FINISH WINDOW AND DOOR SCREENS. afternoon officers from that city I I liiir law Mob In Violence their own whipping bands, In; or any takingthe way, thai mucus' from'the Intestinal,, tract,
HARDWARE! came after the man. His young wife,i contrary to the )IIW. of our country. and allays the inflammation 'which
to whom lie had been I In faithful perforrnani-e of which I
married abouta
DarCogtoa Avenue-Near Freight Depot PHONE 216 pl.-clKe my snored honor, so help\ me causes practically all stomach; liver }
month, and who claimed to be a' God and Ke.-p me Steadfast.Motorist . and intestinal ailments/ including ap
. d. 44444p44440 444 fi4 44444444.4..x..cOOO.O -}4v;->.Y.. native of Went Florida, accompaniedthe I pendicitis.' One'dose will convince or
wjn prisoner to Lakeland. I j pay an average of (34,11each } cioney refunded.'. J. Z. Eoberson and :0 ,

4--000 .. 0..000.00 O Some weeks since this couple were in various forma of taxation. druggists everywhere- _
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A In KispimTvino for a brief MIYIP. at ._ .
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LAKELAND STEAM LAUNDRY COMPANY a restaurant. Then the couple went -
: I to Saint Cloud and returned on Sun
day. Their grips were left at the

-- station, after the man had made Inquiries -

Our Truck, will call for and deliver to Every Home1 in Kissimmee. [ THE EFFICIENT STORE"A the couple regarding hunted the a' lodltin traina,.hou"e.while

-Four Services Weekly- Finding one, the man went after the t. ;-1 yae

: MONDAYWEDNESDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY large stock ofFURNITURE ,was gripx made.-and soon after that the arrest t HLOAt tlY too ,

NM AND When Malone learned these people
I were in the city he notified the police
f R. II. RUTHERFORD: 'R. A. SNYDER, HARDWAREwith chief, who at once called the police .

Special Agent j Phone 49, Kissimmee department of Lakeland to learn if he y v'e
,. r I kindred lines. could arrest them lie was told that
i +-:- 00.0..00. 0 o-.OoHo >+OO- Oo+" -1 the man was wanted in that place '
- . . ...................--. . and also in Plant City on several e ,t 1;
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+H-HoOO.O ) Excellent House Paint from x charges-one of which was forgery. Columbia Dry Batteries .
I
I Also I There were no charges against the
2.50 gallon large
) per up. t'
woman, who remained at the lodging-
', The and varied stock of Varnishesand house-but she choose to accompany are universally used becauseColumbU -. "

1 f O.CTIGNER'SEXTRA Enamels. the officers back to Lakeland, where r
she said she had friends. They cost.so little arf so easy to ob-"
Broadway Our two tracks will deliver ---- _
tally are so powerful, and last so long.That's .'
goods ever a wide radios, making CALIFORNIA ORANGE
why used
they
are everywLcren.r
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J MillineryS'hop : it easy to trade at our store. for
every battery need. It's why dealers .
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SPECIALALL is it that California sends all her edi
ble New York toy t y- ..... all around.you any Columbia to meet.
to
SEE US FIRSTI 1 oranges through . _......
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\ under the crassly mistaken impression I ""t'.erl ,.,-.-" your demands. -rticqiicians. hardware

A Offers the Ladies of Kissimmee SPRING 'GOODS. are leas that important Ohio and ,other less way entitled stations to lip : ':."= tores,general stores,auto supply shop! ; a

.even-handed justice under the Stars Dry Bet. pap implement. dealers a .
the Newest Styles in and Stripes, less determined and tarW work b tts*
Voiles and Organdies 20 per ready to insist upon their constitutional ad last loegg Foe doorbell, tuners, heat tegulaton, '

t tAt cent discount right to the pursuit of happiness -.. :.....busts alarms,etc.; for gaB engine and tractoc *
the
Perhaps the tag-end of
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1. mG Mllll fRY All Ginghams and. Domestic. OSCECLflIINIIDWRE Florida orange crop will;last another die ___ Ignition; for tjukk) starting ignition oaaooeelfstarttng
10 percent discount Week but if at the expiration of that -for :...- r v Fords foe fa
time'WI have not received a satisfactory ............... every fUI" s
All Shoes in boles:: regular. 'explanation from Hiram. Johnson --- .. s pose: Sways-fowl upon: Columbia. '

stock goods 10 percent discounta E u of the present low estate of the lac pies:bw,ss. 1' .
4 Very. Low Prices. I California orange, a humble apology! .i ,
. lor the past and the present and a .
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convincing promise of immediate and Co1tinbIaBat '.
C.TIGNER I sweeping reform, we- shall unlimber
We are showing, .beautiful,Hats !; coinPgy.* our heaviest guns and prove beyond "':\" .'

Icy we know will plea e-you-!l r Jr t ' i t the possibility of cavil or the perad. '' '
} ; tt ,venture of jdoubt that the full, dam. )) ,
-- i ; .Remember the place .- fear ' ... ..
*** ainr responsibility rests with the J ;

.MR&. .J. J R,' SiNQi1EFIEEIDTJ .. .. .: ,./,dotles'hell. >.......wce., rW: m' waY' d. better by yea I there California is no climate hope!-State and that JournaICol-therefore .. 0 l I

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,Sl1 ? THE KISSIMMEE\ VALLEY GAZETTE' FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1922 '_

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It.TAPfING_ THE THOUGHT TANK I. THE FORUM I : STRENGTH' NOTICE I f } \


i i VITALITY- ,
!3' THORN I NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

\ Edtor; of The Gazette: To the Public,, General J I,

She Is A SuccessI JLIaUnt rOil, LiasenI There has been considerable talk on I ,
&
HAPPINESS ..
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the f I Real nice woman told me I was all the public streets of Kissimmee about In many instances recently, individuals bare been receiTiof writ- -
cradle know and a also woman roll the who cigaret.rocks And right but that,I said "dam" too darn what is known' as the Ku Klux Klan;' tea-notiu. signed, "K. K.; K.," (Ku KIn Klan). We, the Klansmen .
Jlhe'. a mighty good* rocker and roller much; intimated that "darn" was all also the Anti-Klan.. Not being associated A Menace To People In Poor Health I of this community, want the public to understand POSITIVELY ,that ,
right when applied' to her or my. with either of your Klan or Who Want To Be Well
if you care for the .ertlon, we do not write NOTICES.
hose: but In other matters- i ahouldaay Klick and as. an officer of the law I ter' a
} Wachermene Summer Schedule "Tush! "Gadzooksl",; and "Pif I j I most emphatically denounce your If you are in poor health merely I U you are a wrong-doer and the law cannot handle you, WE b
fle!I" Oh, darn!II actions, and will state for the benefit from a .general run-down condition CANI! WE WARN YOU! That anyone writing any such notices b''
Says the Saint Petersburg Times: I of the public that I am going to stand get some Gud's Pspto-Manfran of committing himself and if apprehended will l be prosecuted to the Tall
The postofflce is now back .on summer ,
OH, AMELIA! AMELIA) by the law and give the best possible your druggist and take It ,with you X
s schedule.: Making cut-rates on that service eitent of the. law, and tben-7" +
Amelia Bingham, the actress protection secret men meals for a few weeks or until ylu I ,
et or charging more for can render. It will cost the city right IB of aU citizen and demand of -'
damps In Order to obtain publicity con- feel aarain. Pepto-Mano-an p J We urge the loyal support it ad ,,
Eh T
Without any coat to her, siderable money-but I am comoelled wonderful tonic and blood builder and ,r Klansmen, that we may uphold the law and protect our citizen and "
,
to do so, and I trust fair mind- pleasant take. It does I
Rube' Allen every is very to not
S I Boy, Page (That Is now men.atrongly'shall wear advocating coneblWhatchyerknowerboutthat ed man who is an American citizen act like a miracle. Its effects arc grad : f property, instead of imposing on our citizen and destroying our property

Quoths the Ocala Star: eh T will stop, think, and consider the ual, but real and sure. It contains iron :1. /
?; # : We have noticed that the j steps he is taking. When you take in a form easily digested: and absorbed and officers
Why, see here, 'Melia dear, ; Let' ret together give our our loyal support, and our
.mor.-homelya man or dog, the --TT Wd. .'thatwayT-.- e..J law qJ'Q\lr._owtLtande..you. by the system. For thirty years Gud s'>
"more likely a woman Is to lavish -. Of course"yiHTTfet, there are men not yourselves, law-abiding citizens: Pe nl; caresses on him. Who use powder and perfumeAnd Let the law take its course; jf it fails sicians,as a tonic run-down people. Anyone wishing to get in communication with n* can do so bywriting
Oh, that this were really and emphatically leads then is time to have something. to Don't continue- be weik. nervous to ''
some even use ,
r, true! I'd willingly) atand To do their hair talk about._ It is noticeable that the and headachy; -take Glide's Pepto-
for it. Yassum. So they'll up look real pretty men who do nothing but hang on Mangan and restore vour good health 1
lie *. street and talk KU KLUX KLAN
1' All thrpugh the next day; corners are always: in Thousands have been helped back tr
She Certainly Should trouble. The man who works hasn't health by It-you can be benefited If .
if think that
But men-
I sorter like to see a pretty and I mean you honest-to-goodness men- the time to talk himself into trouble. you will accept this truth and act now. 'yY (By an authorized Klantman.) Kiuimmee, Florida.. 4
meander with The man who'keeps. his mouth shut Sold in both liquid and tablet form. .., .
31 shapely girl orlnnir s Are going to crowd themselvesInto ; prPiSSBCOPG4Qd4c'-+oo+(o.Mo.e uooooooooo 00.00..0 0 00 006..0. ...000..0.I .
and lives the life of
has
sort of a genuine debutante slouch that sort of harness a gentleman (Advertisement.), I
but I do not like to see a hole in her Merely at suggestion.Then nothing under the canopy of heavento oOOO.0060oo..000.60..00..0..06000.
r your fear. So take this MRMn'OUY' OWPHAM.. Mll.l.KT.'
advice if kt
hosiery about two Inche. below the you O !
factory .
4 your suggestion ( ".Ii" SKHIk' aHGHGM.Nor Immediate
j knee-cap which she or "ma" has forgotten Will have to work overtime.Evenif"wemen1lhould will, and let's all get together; forgetOgEthlr.f0r Mhlpment. All HcnaonahlnFl I
,.. to vulcanise-just-as.I-.hate to everything, nd pnlj a ..l : pee brown ones darned with white --agree----hint better Khi 8immee.. H. R. MAY, Ijlfil and Catalogue, Our hPR" Tax Notice
.
To take up your pleasant tlful and Instructive catuluKUe In tree City
thread. I've told you. It wouldn't be a month Mayor. and given' valuable Information on
s i *. # # Before Theda Bara would assert. rurmlnir and gardening for )Florida... .
'That "Idle' Money-Matter -- INTERESTING PUZZLE GAME the Mou I h.Vrllt.. to am today for
We should add some embroidery Reed '
Kprlal (iilc"'H on require.
.l'f"; The Titusville Star-Advocate To our athletic beeveedeesAnd You will find on another of m.-,,tH, Our complete'r.I' will *nal -,
; :Made a blunder last week I then Mary Miles Minter The Gazette interesting page and >li* IIH to supply you to advantage In
::.... When it advised all readers Would enthusiastically tell us unique picture a puzzle very game which is prlrt and.. quality Taxes Were Delinquent en April 1 \ \
" 1. "Get interest on your idle money: That if we would be stylish conducted the
1 now being by Tampa
' ": the sad I I A. MARTIN SEED( CO.
", : ; Because of sad fact ,W should by .all means [Morning Tribune. It consists of a
That very few men and women Have to picot our pajamas- .{1 picture containing a number of ob-
'" the time of the sad. l.arirrnf rrU. HOUM In t
At /thirst *
present year Dear little roguish Mary! and articles ,beginning with the THE CITY ATTORNEY HAS AUTHORIZED ME TO ISSUE

r. If Have anyone any can indolent show iron me men. 'Yet I'd Amelia I've always said {fetter "T." The object of the game : : Kant liar Klnrlda.XO22IHI *"- JnrkiMiBt'11 I... .'1... : RECEIPTS TO THOSE WHO HAVE INADVERTENTLY OVER.'
try anything just once; /is to see who can find the largest and
t I Any maneuvering mazuma 'And if you'd sen nearest correct lists beginning with -- lt LOOKED PAYMENT OF SAME, LESS THE 5 PERCENT ALLOWED -
About this progressive city ': (With carriage fully pre-paid) I this letter.
I'd like to get full details One of yours, but lightly used | This lass of picture puzzle has HIM UNDER THE NEW LAW.
As to the several denominations.
With those pink suspenders '
been run throughout the country and
So I might scrape acquaintance. Hanging down on each side
u To tell the naked truth many valuable prizes have been won. PLEASE ATTEND TO THIS AT ONCE AS DELAY WILL
,' raw Say about a "perfect 35"take I The Tampa Morning Tribune is offering ,
( t,, t I Is think money worked in this overtime'city I'll a whirl at it. a first prize of $1,000 which is | ADD COST AFTER THE DELINQUENT LIST IS COMPLETED 4-
being
Make 'em low in the back-
well worth trying for. There are, in
..I ,,r And even in Titusville I have a pretty back- all, fifteen large cash prizes. Why J ; BY THE CLERK. '! /
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;, , I hardly believe it is so flush ''And make 'em fairly short not get busy' on this puzzle and bring --
yf That the sweepers 'So they'll not interfere
some of these prizes to Kissimmee or
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y Are it off the street
pushing
i I With my driving my car; vicinity $1,000 is a lot of money
i What the Titusville publication And have 'em the "comfy" sort. and some of the local people mightas J. R. GILBERTSEAL
meant to
ejaculate'Whs
Really I remember that my mother well have it as not.
much more like this: Used to draw a long sigh
'-Take a little interest I When she unclinched hers FOR YOUR STOVEWOOD ( ) CITY CLERK
fr "In the mazuma you may have!" And remark, very pathetically; _
I believe in saving funds I Place orders for block
"Now I can breathe easily! your veneer | *60 ooooo.oc OOOOOOitoO o..
"'I For some very "rainy day"- .I don't want that kind. and split blocks at once for the summer ,
yp As you never can tell for sure I Mebbe I'd like a summer weight./ months. Blocks delivered lit''[
:When a shower la coming up. Anyway, I'll gladly wait. $2.95 for 120 blocks; split for stove I,
; a And if you'd retain a friend 1 Yassum.I wood, guaranteed full strand, $3.15. J. W. 'I'homi: <> xa.: .
hamrr th luv of Mike and Hannah thank you. All delivered. Phone 91; 516 Brack I ...
l Don't lend him any money. .street J. Bonnin. 15-tf
'f Better-let it stay idle. I During the first half of 1921 more Licensed Funeral Director
Yasiunu than 2,000 automobiles were imported FINE PROGRAM SUNDAYAT Store and Chopml
I .
I thank you. I unto( Uruguay.1y1 BAPTIST CHURCH -
t ----_ L__ ____ -on A 5incr Symjotrtmtic Service It R.nd.rdS.wert
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.o..o..oo.o.oo... .ooi -M-x-fr oI n-S"******* : :.* Sunday evening next commencing I i, Avtnu All.Pa. Irani s
: at eight o'clock there is to be presented Grade Ambulance Service at Call
nt the Baptist church an entertainment I| Kimmimir.m High
of high merit, and a p-fti'ral invitation !I < rncc. IMS "'\1': 'NPs H..ld..e :'
Rose's Taxi Service to the public is attended.: They Die .... ,'

,,,f Thor following: program will he presented -

MISS NINA SUTTON Pianist j I *c..:sac-stye s J..c."O ct aac c .a,"oo .: c..f. ,
: Anywhere Anytime I MRS J. M. JOHNSTON, DirectorOh IIINSURACE
\ Come Let Us Sing--------Nolte Mosquitos and all other insects just
'' Choir pass away for keeps when i* i.
Day or Night Hymn No. 258.
,
Trio from They That Trust in'The :f. '
.'J Lord ._____ __ Adams : WATSON'SSkeeterKiller i THAT PROTECTS" 0 ;
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Y.: ;: With"O ?;Without Driver Phone 231 1 Perk Hotel 1 Miss Waring. ; Mrs. Glore. "and 'i ,>
:.1 Misn Sutton.: ,
: Srrinture: ., Reading'. . "hr.i;': t ; SERVICE i ry i
r,1, .. Od8Q0000004 Praye..." " ";:,,': .\ ''." '.W..I'.; \v.; ;; : (( !\ ,
Vocal Solo-:.Calvary ;.__...Rodney THAT SATISFIES -. '"
I MM.! II. S. Geiger. ; i '
BT_! M.4.1. 'My Lord and I Ramler c.LUPERS' .
7, 41.1.,. MnA,,, Mr. and Mrs.-Glore and Choir is used. Made in Kissimmee by Wat y

fi 'I The Reading Church: Walking With The I I and son-Hall guaranteed Manufacturing by the manufacturers Company, t INSURANCE AGENCY, I IoQoJ'
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World_,---..Selected and the following dealers who sell it: I II j 4.+:.c.+r. '#.:..++. +..>- c.ae..soso: +e oooo (oooHo.O.o.. OtooOo oaoo
I L'Envoi Kipling :>I Bowen Grocery Company, People's Scand I -- .. - ...
My Mother's-Bible_Pender lOc Store, S. T. Fansler, E. E.
Mrs. J. E. Lupfer. Brown, W. W. Ivey, Central Drugstore -
Rexall Drugstore, Roberson'II
Quartet-Come Unto Me Sudds
Drugstore, Taylor System.: Names' of '
Mr. ( lore, Mrs. Geiger, Mrs.
Glore and Mr. Sutton. other live merchants will I.",> nddctl: Overland, always a good investment, now the greatest

French Horn Solo-Flee As A Bird from week to week. automobile value in America

-,._Dana . a
Mr. Nathan Bryan, accompaniedby
.r< rT Mr. Lumbard.I .
ry 1 rGyx aFine
Will Extol' Thee--___.Shawker i ;

Benediction.- Choir. f-

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: ANNOUNCES FOR SCHOOL BOARD

nThis As may be seen there appears to-
Illustrated Free Book day in another .column the announcement 1
of Sam Brammar, of Saint
Cloud as a candidate for nominationfor /
**Gt>. Modern Method of Tecoraling" the position of school commis-
sioner in the third distrct. Mr. Bram

T, will be of great value to you and your decoratorin mar man is in recognized Osceola county as second for his to business no-

planning the interior decorations of ability, his keen perception and
your'home.It his square action in everything which l 'J.

contains instructive articles cn art in the home, he may undertake, and the citizens of : r 1
the third district speak in every case Workmanshipd
"' ,color harmony, concrete information regardingthe most highly of him. Efforts were
made to allow his name to be pre.
artistic finishing of your walls and ceilings. sented to the voters for nomination to isn't confined
the legislature-but his business. demands to high- r

All suggestions and practical advice come horn I precluded all possibly making i

experienced decorators. A great many color plates the campaign.- --.. i priced cars. Look. at

'designed by leading artists vividly show attractively ,

decorated; rooms. You can plan your home'from these LEWIS SCHMIDT -. 11. F. SCHMIDT
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iff 01"' illustrations and articles from bathroom to parlor.It 7 daJ:' rlI '

SCHMIDT BROTHERS AUTO-REPAIR SHOP .
also gives exact specifications for obtaining harmonious dil. ;

color effects with PEE GEE FLATKOATT, (Croxton &: Schmidt' old stand) # ;

lit modern durable, tanilary fiat oil finldi. It comes in 24 EXPERTS IN EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO

',1 rich deep velvety colors, which. are easily combined ,.. : : ,

into the most charming color schemes.," Automobile Repair and Supply WorkOur Z55Q F FTodgy'sOrerland1Smilealo t. ", _


as' .. Ask us for Free Book or write direct tot .reputation regarding this business is good a' the beit-and au '

"' j Peaslee-Gaulbert Co., Louisville, Ky. peribrgfe tntnyi our work is rapid and our prices are moderate. the gallon all-tteil fe" '!
r / \ sieoapoa ; ,
wo. Vtp W. will! appreciate basinet
year '
body; baked enamel f.iiSsh; US-iacli spring ban. I
OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY ( :,
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.b 4"' Kisasusee, Florida II.I.. .. .t. .... .!.. .. . ...... .. .. .............. J Touring $55t| Roadster $559; Coupe $S5t; Sedan $89$ ....1 '
: f. o. b. Toledo j",
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I l' E1SELSTE1N :BROTHERS-FUNERAL DIRECTORS
: :,OMB WORD TELLS OUR STORYvzcm.a : .. !

t,\. :if ES'EJ. : I LUPFER &: PRATHER

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. APRIL 21, 1922 MVBI "

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_ I of the school board. I believe t snow sonubU prloe. Apply1 I Valley Oa- 1!DEATlTCALLED HOME'
r.LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS the needs of Osceola. county as a sette. ,.U. S
: B. DICKERSON I I whole and I believe, also that ltt'iect- MUCH BELOVED WOMAN
ed I can. prove a benefit to the board WANTED. !I

CONTRACTOR BUILDER aa a whole arllwm all the tcot.:; .In Mrs.; Janet McCubbln f who"
the county. thank Wat1
TN CIRCUIT COURT 17TH JUm. of the Court Houae., In Kissimmee, Oaeeola for an expression of confidence' In me WANTKM primes. -Tour blaok.mUlne. Auto and ha been 1U but a brer pro : at -

Brlck-ll1,. nt. loathing,, Plastering, CIA. CIRCUIT OF FI..oRIDA. IN AND County) Florida durlnic the legal -and I will' appreciate a strong sup wagon w.lde4. my prIces nnd her residence in tl. cty.
Painting KOH OBCKOLA COUNTY. IN CH.N.CEUT. hours of sale on Monday. the first day port. H. Ifc IlUt.1 have Located on alley Friday the age of
Federal' Lund Hank of Columbia -. of Mar A. D. IMt, the same being a north .Uea..tun. church Entrancefrom 1 evenil.
I No. 121 Brack Street, Klssimmee a Corporation. Complainant MS. legal aalea day. the following; described - .Olt COUNTT. COMMISSIONER Chrl.tan Main street. F. i latret.- Feral a.m.
: B. Aultman' et ml., Defendants. On real property altuate In the County ... W. proprietor. 1 T-$t* held : the
Satur Jorlnl.
I Monday the lid day of Mnv 1IJ2.' thp, of Oaoi-ola and: State of Florida,. tw- I am a candidate for re-elevtlon to 1ol.r. remains home
defendants Inabdle. l.. Waring; and wit: the office of County Commissioner. for I I ten
O. F. KRIBB8 W. J. STEED her husband., IL LI. Wartnir. are order Ixita one to three both Inclusive and District No. I, subject to the June FOR RET Petersburg- Virri to be plae.Jbeside
ed tu appear to the bill. of complaint In Iota six to twelve both Inclusive' of Democratic Primary and If elected I her ,preceded be
KRIBBS ft STEED the above styled cau..... It I. further Frank Vans Aicnew's aubdlvlelon known promise. to do my duty In the futureas FOIl RKNT-Rooms at reduced rates. thirty-two Congressman$
orderi-d that this order be published, aa Paradise' Island, being a subdivisionof I have In ,the past. Apply .at lit Beaumont ,av.nu.1 er. .
Attw....,.. ..* Oet .itrlere .< LawKtswISBSsee. for eight oormpcullve weeks In The government lot one of auction thirtyfour L H. WETHKKUKM. south. 1'hono .01. n-t met the at .that city. '
.: rierlda KlHsltnmee Valley Gazette, a newsna ((14) In Township twentyfiveIB The father of the Hugh
published In Oaoeola County Klor1 ,( ) South Range twenty-nine (Is) FOR COUNTY COMM19SIO1TKH FOR REN-N'c..ly' fu..nl.bo Hat. deeaae
: .....ral .raetl. .. !. all Stale ..adIt 1 r..r liven under my, hand and aril east. of Tallahaae.ee", Meridian In Once- 1lo.rn. .. Lw for McCubbin, came Sotld t
United atatee C.., .. this --day of March A. l>. l tS.Hlltned eta County, Florida. ; At the requt-atofa number of the ...,W. B. lia-rrls. H-tt America and Mtted at .

( . ) J. I-.. OVBHSTI'.EKT. A!..$O- That certain, tract designedon voteri of the Fifth commissioners' district Virginia, wher .- established
; office T have decided become a candidate .(lit on the lower .
; Clerk ot the Court. the official plat filed In the to UENT-u".tt, w a a
(Circuit Court Seal) IB-tt of the Clerk of the Circuit Court byFrank for County Commissioner from for buUdln8 on rpwalk malt.
Pat Johnston G. P. OATIRIDT Vana the Ulh day this' district In the ; primary ton avenue, for .e. It was here tba Jae
fifrh .
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW NOTICE FOR FINAL DI8CHAHUH of June IAr..n@rat: book 1 on paw* If elected I : my bestendeavor cupancyi 8ce J. Willson. or J.r.1 McCubbin was born. She
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46 aa "4tlc8Er1vI1LI". and being!\ In. the. to promote the Interests. of>> K. 1>. C Wataon. of to John "W. Watson of mar
? 1m the. (.curt ef. (....t,. ........ Mate aouthweatern. part of the said Paradise Unceola. county at. all times. ManuC..cturlnt Company. . -
.f ""lor'... Ola .....*,.. Inland and bounded on the east by lot O. C. MILLHR. ll-tf i county, Virginia yMrs
4 _Offlci: JOLJ1. and_12Osceola. Band .l .,Jntb..uulh..b the_shore-.tin-of -- -. .- 'Watsn' 'i--.u"ived-'bo .i- -
'4 "--ii-r i Testate' of Jennie i .\. Case the lake and lot Jl. on the west bv: theshore FISH MKMIIKIt:' Ht HOOI. ROAHItHierebv MISCELLANEOUS 1 children: . s
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__ __.._Building for.rl"
l line of the lake and on the T
KISSlintREL FLORIDA NoTfcM' '/tSTnKnr-nrvTBN/ ;; tcv-mt [h0rtflbiOIk1 lorn; -and--or-sald TmiroumT myseint J'tidr-Kltt TOUR HOU8K of filthy c..kro..ch"l'NO. ortSimme. 1rWrlar
whom It may concern that on the 11th subdivision. date for member of the Hrhool IJoardfor Pall at the Midway .
day of May A. I.). 1'22, I shall All of the above deacrlhed. property district No. t. subject. to the action Mroadway next to Chamber of Com- in. 11. W.,
i .'- to th. llonoiattic T 1.. Corner, J'fJ'I I belnfcthe entire Islnnd known a. ParRI of hut dentocratlc( ,"')mar If notnlnalecl -er., Kissimmee. and.k for a Sue county many cap.cltes':
of mild Oiiurt, a.. Judjct of I'roliute for ,I dist Islam except lota 4 and B of said.' und el-cti-d I iirnmlae a faithful main I'l-utw WnterbuirKiller I Watson, now a Texas;
: Willson & Aultman final illMrharKu a* Kxc'cutor.. of the entali mihcllvijilmiMich I Kt Murniniife' of. 1114 duties of ( hiif- I Manufactured and guaranteed Miss Sue Watson. who has resided
or Jennie A. ( ".... 1..c'.U".tI.. anil ( snl4. will be made and deed II. K. BROWN.FlH l>> the Kills Cate ManufacturlnKCtimpan with her mother and Mrs. W J.
I thai nt the seine time, I will "..-,....ntn. purchaser tlven aubjcct to a .-.. ..t"l )', Sanford. Florida 18-4tc : ;
I .)' final aeroimtH a" KxcTiitor uf salil. pilmir, mi** tine upon the HIK: )il 'lnn< ....Hr.IENT.'TU.. I Sears, wife of ConttTessman. Sears.
REAL ESTATE-: k11!.!!' "",1 "Rk for I hmIr itpjM.vnh' -:Jnndit.by nililibeth ![!pnmgnnmnl'. I'pwhTpil C4\UJ..AT. the Midland tlrocery, ", Mr. Wtatson had 'a' hont of warm
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i -) 'I" (;;;1:PeIrmia miTi.: A.-U..U22RAYMNt : .*. r..d..d In Tml tin hfft Ice I loom ;\ t1Ti'ullei1ttt'flihi ufflIy rl'lt.t' I Itr.-ii'Vwny Kissimmee and get ft6'c .and friends during all her
) ( .'j II.H 1<:". I utor.oi'it County. Florida ..nJtrh.rn'roI'f.: ; ; n 1 nomination for the ( 'IMvottMl Pol.c'n. Manufactured nnd guaranteed years, whom will learn of her

1 11 1 Darlington Ave. KissimmeeNIID'S -- ----- Thousand I Ixillnia t $7 x' the 1 IClllii Cates MnnufactnrlnKHanford. I death with regret-and was a truechristian
:\ i{: OK J".I'o'\' Foil It :NlIE1) : >uniulnt<*d Interest i.:iiert'msm. nhoulcln I 1)4. held l TiK-mlHv. June II. I If .-..-"t.1 I \:1mplIl)". Florida. I 9ticI whose many virtues wereshown i)
,. will the I alwiiys have*.
serve people as
hi h..fore
id prior mon "go 1\'* not I I -- ------
I' i edi'eined' and will fllmi In* mi'rie Miitiijpctjo h.lnl I tin-in the lii'sl. u..ml.\I I ,.. ., 'icT1C41.-NURMFz. 1iusi.itl ,faln.1tiK in her every-day life.

_. olli' t" tIers lijf nivcn lliaJL. L'flw"'' di-lltiqin'nt taxes.: !' If any. ,.!!RHlnt.: ... .... C. :L_ lliaiTfter Is opt-n Cur .eiiKairemciit Mrs. J. W. Watson,.was a member
BAThS1 rmnce )ft:( "Tl1R ,e'i. 'imrclmMi-r, ol TaVIVitlflnitc : 1hn Hnl No, 1SIM dcl.-..l lli.- 2n.l. .im-. "'. .I. HTKHH\ _. -. -----.-.- ----- I Terms. moderate Mrs Matthews., II ,
of .'InH. .\ l P. J 1H1T. hnM Illivl said. ('eitltlrato 17-U Master III Chanv.iIn ')' .: !>rurv avenue. curlier hur4.h'), phone. : F. Hodnett conducted the funeral
in m)' ""I.'.*. a Ii.I Ims innili* np1.11. 1 ____. 1"01 a.I.\ I 19V. l -ttc services at the late home of the de x
Belt For Many Diseases I | Imit I lull, for tim x 4l4'Ll to ,Ie.4 U. ,' I III ;.1CciiidHiiri UnllO"'II"TIU'nTU't'J I .\ tint. ,; I ha\4' ..Io- > ceased. The pallbearerswere If. C.
_ i wlln law Hnl.l .., (IIIf.I., I cld4d to inn k c"n.I.lol the StAt, ATTKNTION M UN--Colonlal -
i mlirar. th4. follow \\ntf .1,,H4'i lbil pmpit (''.(.rt of (oun1> Jwittfif 0..1.. l.i'Klsliiture f I'tun tile .<'ount\ 4lf ONte4 ., ' bl4M.k mN'R..JTF ma..hln., makes two I Stnford. T. M. Murphy, A. S. Nel .\
Good baths' with water direct from .. )'. rltuutiil I In m Osi-icila. <.'4>unt > .I-l.)ilUn i- i tniiBlr. M iIItC of Morldn.: ,la. Mini I heti-by aiinoutice m.,. lantlltl8 I- bl4i4-k her minute, twenty- In. Griffin, J. M. Wl.lson, and
medicinal well Open Tuesday, l to-ult : I! KntHt: nt Jennie I Howell l i..owcllIt <'\-. mid plitlwe iiixself tu iilililf l li> four nlflcrent style ocn block: can be John McPhatter. t
I.nt I iiinl I.V.. H rniinii' 's HiSulirtl I| \ THK Jt'llHFJ IF'| H\IH' COfltT tlitteitult of: :the democnituprlinnrv: : moved to different Jobs. I'l'Icf-, IJ31.6UAxents .
Thursdays, Saturdays from, 9:30: a. >.lsioii "f I'tirmern Adilltlnn InI'lOflplCt I 1 \\1IKHKVH\. Lana .l.itl, has 111,*>'!10',1'l lto .. to In' ,held mi 'lu.-M.la'. .3 UII.. U.! 1)122. vyanted. Write for circularand -
m. to I 5:00: p. in. A short drive from I I'lllk thin Court for I.,'tt.*rH (.f .\ linttil..- I mar, ". "II ... the support 4if thei general. Information, ('a..1 ihtmn. CARD OF THANKS
KisHinirnte. Phone 304->3 rinlr', I Th sKId I 1..1 1"ln" nKM.-NM. .1 Ht .!tim t notion, on the entitle of ,1<>nnl", Kourll inters u. ,-,.I..1,'.>unty. and I If I .t'loet l.rlatitlo. ""orld. l tcBllCONP ,
ilato nf IHMIIIIKI' of null) iiitillouti" In lute of mild 4outit\ ._
l..w..lI. Ueo"IIM'd. 14! nlll tlertite m> time mid talimits, to --
the mini** IIr.J I IV. TltompKou\ I'nl."i*"* ..r (m'I. >H(4.<.llttI I he !l''Kt Intt.riatH of Ktftrltla j l naila: i' : HAND) HOODS sold We wish to express our 'approclation -,
Orders for I ho water may he lc'ftt I S,4ltir1lat4r I ffllllll' I 1)4, I44ll III,,ll I 81cmrhImit I MUSI,I ": A In;. TIIKnKFOIti I 1':. To ..It.- nct-lallN) to-1 Hfikola iiiuntN .utitl Its ( lt and 1..I..d. The ..hOUlht 4.-t I and thanks to our many friends

residence (til; 4 Patrick street. to Ian.: tnx .ho.mI \\lll IHKIIJ 't.Ii.1 iKhiMinlali i till i and MlfiKulul.:: theMfidlcfl izis. J. A. W I.I-ON. -- .- for the beautiful floral tributes and '
th '14-.", "n 'Ito 22iiJ day of '\1..11.! \. ..1\.1| cltdil, I tin." "f MHUI de< fHMiMlto BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
1 I' 1 !'IS J lit ntnl I Itppciii' .lit-foic, this 4'nuit" i.ii.IM I -OifC'U' '\1', l'iMUIMMlI! I _. the; sympathy and kindness shown us .t
I.1 I. OVUKSTIIKKTll : b<.r<>"li' I lie I'll lii)' ii f Ills)' .\ It: 1K22.nnd :t -' --- -. in our bereavement in the of our
CHAS. NEID, . i .nr.'ola Count} FloridA. to the granting of Letters if A 1mlnlaliHtloii the Second t .mm..I..n..r'. iiistrictI Ar. r. .Id.-ftwlke
& :ocli, I' C. t, .. huoii amid omen, tu i a'I I trade Mrs. W. J. Sears and Family. _ _
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- -------- IS-m Hv on said eAHtc. itli rwltte the lier...> announce m\aclf for reelectlin for ttm genuine and :orlutnal I r J. HWalkIIIH .
-- -----.- -- ,- - -. : Maine will ingranted to said Lena ii toiintv.oninilssloti4'rn tn tlila. Fstal.liahed 1HANnationally Miss Sue Watson. r
lXMlutH
iTI4E<: u.' 9j.(55'" () ( 11)15 . ",. ln>r.d. or to Home oilier rtt .ersiini ori dl.lrl'I. aubjei to the action at thedemocratic I : known ttm.d nat I lunalTv advertiseii. John W. Watson. S 5
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'eIIIfthl) 'M Ofltif UI'l''A'lU' I I |*('I HOI1B primary' of Ttieailay. June our In superior i
Irtento.. Not 3 Ownerl i! ITNKKH: \ my name an (bountyJudc fl. liurltiK m>' ti-h',,, of Htr\lcik' noiniimntlirH propo..llnn
-' ... .... of from every he Kind Children who have worms are'pale.,.. "
.. the teen 'OC ( . I TI m.Ur.i I K.3u.m Ui 12 Ull 1 : 1 I : rP.rIda. (.eeula_ ( ....t)'. the 4th duv of April A. Ii.lH.Hl 11122. entire ieopliIt would l h.- dtl"1I1 to tu fret*( HHipplf 11 you nnd exclusive today territory sickly and peevish. A dose or two'of ,

( ) T. 1'4'Ml'.lt. pl"aMtever) (ili4 hut th4- 4-xp4 114-4* I' lrNt coinsfirst aerveil J. K. \\ ntUtnn White's Cream Vermifuge will clear
DR. B. L. i,, III the I Htate l.ceas.-d.of Klllotl( K lIu '". 17-51 (\iurity Judge.'ttYl'IlC ftcaiii4il I tipnMt pt-i\li-i I sliould tie an aliit4 4'i,mpunliopart nient 76. M.*mphin them out and restore cheek and ..I
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: nililurliiK a neconil - and I rOY
( UI.\...."... I I NOTICI.; 1-4 HKHKHY OIVKV: 'to 'ill n... APPIItATION FISH TAX J promise rc.eli'ted. to I'o....rv.- I h.( lm 'oPie T'nl..s..-.*. 73lNOTK'K & cheerful spirit. Price, 85c. Sold br

I ,; whom it in,it lonc'ern. thai i.n the IH'I OKBU. to tin. 'lost of mv atillltx I will --t'ie,7s, - . .sink etc.., J. 7.. .
I tim.pUmimlam.
dmm 4if Mn A. l lH22, I Hhilll' mmlI.l" I .
i.III. ti\tr I lie { : ;: thniik all foi heir strong supptirt, .
_. t4J the I: llomuuble: : T. a. oinel- .1 luiltri, NoTICK IH HEKEHV I1IVKN. That J M HANHK1.1. I Htnl n f i tun in) I"n.,..tu'n..d off CemeteryItiiad .1thIn '
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-- - of SRII"rt, a. JuO.;e 4 r .1r..Iat.for. of KI..lmn. are w
purchnn TUESDAY EVENING
Nannie Ileece Johnatnn - ---- DEATH
'I"I lnfliuil( .hiaehargm an r:. cutot 4tf tlxeHtnte ; dated the I 3d I ,. I I (" from thin date pi'"-
No 147
-- ----- - --- I I nf I.HUitt: It ,lliur, ;il4i4iiHHil: ,anil: ;i .Tux\\n\' of Certificate Ju"... ,\ l n, lUll a., han flltit nnlditrtlfloate Full f MlT1 tOM : citdliiK will bt take., by the. un- -- .

that Ht I tI.., aanii. Unit ', will pr.H.nl In my office and han made I I htrtxxltli I .prt.Ht.;;t' nix iiiioiiIH itLtindldnti I d'I'IIK"1 The p,ll.<'e nave I..n no- Mrs. Mar F. Rwr. mother ef
m\ dual' i(4ountn jIM K, tutor of Halt) plication for tax deed to issue In ACroiilancc '- ftti "i.umiiliuiitl.iu., for tim. < n : JESSIE D. KLEINMAN \ ..Ktate mil. and foi .h..I.I approval. with .law. "HaUl 01.rllrlo..I.I emil. I lush 4>f 4011lltV "'"IIIMRI..pue"r I 111 I of .1..huMI" & 1 11..l. R"III..ra. die ')&
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.IH....1 ..I.I ilax of !Mil Ii. V. I H. "I'i2.' braces the followtnK ncrlbed. property trill No 8. nubjtct to tht. .tel iiui ...'O'RI-I 1 KlHHiinniee l P.l..d. 1112.IHZt on Emmett Tuesday

I Stenographic Work \\' M.I.M I ImUh-tlt., D'tuated' 'lii., mcf>ola Couiit) Klorliln. to- S I dt'tiiot-rallc I pilniarx \\n 1.e! ii. --- - evening after a brief illneas. In ad'" .
Copying -- ---- i
I I I.;. 'vf l >i illtiil TutHilax fi I tin Ieftii4' deceased
wit out LOSYI dition to Mrs. Gallowaythe ,
-- --- -- 1 All \\ M ..r I.'m l K. I I" S.:'>'I tt>n 6. TowII- lielil, lila I JU.I::; I"". niitl;:i In:-lit: v inxI i j of' "
I 'U I 'r'ull o.trt. "1..1. ,mV l1..rI.ie.. MC. I _ _ left one son, Frank J. Rogers
Phono 253: .StHte Bank Building 7 houth. KUIIKC 2'! Iiist win I KXHH > utitl I
p : .-...4>rn
__ ______ __J I ..u.ut. ). In' .nUCcr, of i Iaaiiiiei of saul ,,.,.rttfl nit in iml.li., ..n..1. \\ U' I \1'\I: ' InK illainoritt "Sultitlile repaid i f.; M of .
ti, 'f i I I ' 't'jli e eii.lC -- - I -t"iin?, to Mrs lIpoiK'' ( linlli't "iV daulhtr. 8ttenworh
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. --- .J Z I ..mm I I ", 'l..IIitliI v tt lIIli\\ ::\\in.: :: ; : Kentucky. -
-- - - - .mIr.i| 'lit "; lIfIeii, ,I'm' i .ii ite.oi iitiiUI i i IIIIHMil.. ,tim tot> 5 1.I1'| \ or t anlnt* ThtulliIlilt4 Richpnd. .
'11'I' <.I l"" 1,114.; I 1"1'1'"I. ""I. I to-I f 1 ,1"1, I I" ltw.: I..x. .10..1 1 I will I .-,.ii.. I tii'riii. ..n ..\1'\1:1 -' - --- --- ( for by the Thompson Un ,,
Ii' "unit'111' h lIe,, 1.\ -, 'rlfn\1t| npiiimlolItl , 'I i. 'Z2.1.liit ..f-ll"" t Ii. lfifl.: I I h..lh 1.mmn.'t' ttiv t .t.tij..% j I Apply Snow Liniment to-' dertaking Parlors, and -
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Dalord'.
I..I 'were.hippto
III III' IllMIVI
'h.' I"III 111..1 .
WE MOVE THE ';.EARTH i .i .n." i Ih"1 < 'HI I olnit,i i lit h it f I.h|...i i,i..11. I 1 1. I. "h"Jli'1 I. I III \'IItI-l"'UI'I.'r,'..lIrt. ,,"......1.. sri fot"..I.m'1 lllMltll' "fltllll," fin" i lllHtllCt nit, ""h.. Vt i' ,. .J I .II.'.1! I jointI U relieves bone I Richpond Wednesday ', > -

( t the tl, f..I"1. Ituitli, nainttl IH .i I.m n II' d''tIi.t.... l'hiiiii.iI 4AI11 III, tu 14".,,'h.' tli, Mllp.flttf | :Iuehe, muHtle Iu'ht and neuralgic pain. ] way accompanying them. ,
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Or" Anything On Top The Earth i -lilt ill ..r th. siatt of .lltiiltli' anil. ia i- I I,,:'I.l.i. I il] I 11"11"0| ,- In tim. I"'I"'y wliuliwill Three sizos, 30c. HOc; and per 0
I I" $120
..t.it'N"I..I thi. U- .il.1 ..I I C'hlt I".t tut.. ).. ..."Illln.. .PH'IIHtil.l 'mil IIh. liit 1f: it II 11(1.11 .,'K. I II C' J... In hi ..." 'iim.'sIaS,I ._ JIM. ,Ii.; I bottle. Sold by J. Z. .* The mild cathartic acton of ller- ,:
1 -I--Ied I 10 |h.' 'II' .' I
YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS I :h.- I :h;.; 4 ..I'I." ,;i: ..tl 1..I I I.: m it the I t,'I, .h| ,:" ". pie Mill us iitHlix| I it pi (11"1..r..1* .....11.1"1"1..innIIH i bine is well liked by : It purifies { .
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IH 4niletttllliil
lllitl she
.lfeiIIo4rt DENOUNCEDContinued
Itllitltllt MOB LAW .
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their fntt Lbs without griping or
- Or That Can Be Moved ,.. hill i icomplaint |1..0111 '11".ys "uI.111 system ,
Anything th "I
4.- I.) I..1" appeal. to 'rt ,.. I Hhull the Htilidupptilt I ( from One) .
.1..1.1. the stomach. Price---60c.
. In Halt) .It Iure sickening
nh'il t ;tut" on ti '
of all I out-ms' Fit I &I.\\VKON
fine Miimlat Hit let tlav I: tf. :MaV if POLITICAL COLUMN ] Sold J. .
by
.' Get our price before having your ''IJ. 1H22.: "I fh.-i, wi" the n 1 It.ua t(OHM ..dI..alot I f I '-.. ) '()" '.. ; I ty there wag no need for such an affidavit Z RobronFi .
,, J sharedin \ :
bill will l I.. t..k"11 .." e.fmMe..I I.I I.\ ;; .I ; -and this seemed to be .
done.
hauling I ; ,I.i''d..ut; ----'a."f-5.
Haiti Cadel. J. M. Willson spoke
1 wish' iihoilt niv caitdidacv for by J. S. r

j I'I'. be It pulillRhed I IH. further once oid4lixl a we.k that, thin for tu FourC4 'tit'rI I VOlt ......,.....: tb'1'9Itl.YI ; : schoolconmiuHiflirm'. I. ; for i ;-third district . I| of the unpleasant notoriety that ,was vpiJou soy5jj9j: ; zofl "- '. st, '.

ti W., H. JONESITRANSFER COMPANY >""..outfve wccka I In, Tile IC lnm.I iii".... I at the of coinI O0r4o1a,,.. county, to t.primary* VBU'r, being thrust upon the city and coun- ..IJe.Jnlil. wv IuAoa
.. temo..r"Uc .
Valley Oalle. a newapaper. puhllyhed am n t/itn.litlnte for Htat4tttniifv' I of lawless actions and W .' S
fHONE .'.3 In eald County and Htat-. for the Kt-v4-nteentli Judicial ('''''..ult of Tuesday Jun' 5. past year ty because ; saauxoaa 83NOY.

j a T lA... OrJr M Otf...lf Hardamr Co. This :March Sitth. in 12. l-'lorlila to nuC4'..e4t ni>.B.-ir. 4n the 4lemoriatlc I served for the. Saint" a"B..iy of school school district trustee J., Steed spoke along: the same lines S
.. OVKHHTKUKT.Clerfc piltnarv June it, 11122. I 'have time for the Chamber ,
3 I. : 1 shall and If and believed it was S

KKMII1H lit STKKH.Bnllcltofa Circuit. .Court nerved you I faithfully.will eontlnue With to you.efficient.' enilornenumt elected I appreciate will perform your the support duties of theoffice of Commerce tp cal a halt II. C. no 0.11 .luMa m811uaa-'o.a olaiU SII"PloJ V a.o.UI| '1-

for ComplainantlOftt.. ly, promptly and uprightly dlaeharn to. the best of myablllty.HAM Stanford and George Garrett spoke sql

DLR.LDENNING'; 1, -.. .. A" tlt4, trust you hays Klven me. 4levotlrit mttMMAU.OK along the same lines. Each speaker :I'lalt pa\\nt ; UI l
Jf IV: '.t'UUTIT .'OI HT. ITTII JII1I4IAI. all such. tnlenta-and' i ez. ..erlenct4. a. I disclaimed membership in either 'ol"UqJo8o X a
DENTIST 4IIKIIT 4>K l--|.tlHII-\. IN AMF > posses. to .u.laltlnKand..uCor"'n the DVSMOLLIION PAHTJERNII.. any I AOUJt UJ.ONUNVU 8ax.
H 4 N('KOI.A 4',8t'F" IN C''I'II-' iaw and. protecting the IntereRta of the Notice Is hereby i of. the organizations. odstpus ,Sq pe1IdIUO ')
J Over the Ppstofflce.OFFICK f'KKl.Mai I, state and the peopltof my circuit.lti'l'ing nership I heretofoie: 'existing between Sheriff L. R. Farmer appeared at VldOH..no
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I \ rt'44iid. I BOll and will, M K Proxtnn and ewls Hchmldt. under .O "
HOUR: t to It:SO. 1 :10 te I. . - up4in the niv. of the .l.mngo, the firm name of Oroxton lit the meeting before its close and stated pups S '
II. l Rcnidenee! Phone 174- > '>flt It Sewill.I I liefi' ndirnt fiHllooteri4. m.-.. and wumrn of the Schmidt.' KIsBlinmif. Florida. Is hoie- that he had refused to sign the affldavit 1H<

.Office Phone 15ii tin Motulat :May Il4t 1I22.! the' ti... I II 4 In'nit. with dissolved by mutual conm-nt daft willbe All | but declared emphatically that Oi1BA| '
this
accounts of the to
H..h..l K, Sewr-ll IM It'quiredto I JORKP1I' II. JONES: trl .
fendnnt. l violence ,
occasions where mob ." ,9S09.0UI'
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appear t.> the hill of tomiilnltit.' I In Orlando, Florida. adjusted hx Crnxton. why naaumea upon 0 <
I _. all for Ihe the I I
Ithi' "''HI"I> Uil rutiHe It IH 411 ---- reHponnllillltles s.timieLewis' had been abroad reputed to be by i .
deled that thin order b4 puhlinht totrour KOI" STATK"' <: liTTOHXRlI Hchmldt will he aaaoclatetlat Klan he knew nothing about the affairs i i| L *JK. "'Mif+ .*.o \ .
.. In The Klmiliiini4 __ I the old lo..tlon' with It F. Hchmldt.under ;." :
L4in 4trutlviueika uf'' th firm of ftchmldt Brothers until later- -and there was noth- i "
landldat for liiioftiec name I
I am a .
>e Valley M.
TILLER 1 In: tlHCiolu t. ounty nMpaImer: Klort4laiien . St itvttoi,"nt-\ foi the Ii..v..t..nlh Auto-Repair Hhop. where they will-1itIgthat he could do.. He-stated that I ,
untler m\ hand antl Heal thin TiiilUl.il., Circuit of Klotlda nubjt-rt I.. .lie glad to weieonme both qitL.-f-.4vnls he understood that both be-and the .
'4 3oth (UI y of Milith. .\ I Ii. 1 1'i/2' thin I ni4irrutl4. .Primary' tu I I..* "..Idlun. nnil n... friends. LEWIS WHMIIVrKlailmmee '
Real state Agency. H. R. marked men;
.1 l I. OVKHSTUKKT'lriult" . .1 .. K. 1922. FJorlds \prl II. |V22 I Mayor May were '

.......*...mm.%m.mmmmm......m. l'l..rk I CUll' I I ri'spectfulli.' ",,11..11 I tin. vote iintrHilpl 19-Sic that when the Klan performed any .
( C'luult folllt "S4Bl) 111.1: >Ort.or. tht "c inoi'rlltl I kntikrH ofi of mob violence the two were to
I : .
Realty Bought and sold. i )Kff '0'1( s': 01""' ,l t94iKIM "" ....:. If 'iioinhiHt4tl, antl ai|>iilnti4l I ,pli.lu.I I be given the same treatment; but thatso 4'',
Mouses rented. lo I lie p4-opl4! of lila' nlrcult\ n faithful' 1 1j 1 I 1 h..r.wllh i pr- 4-nt nix ..lo, HH aji far as he knew he (the sherlfr) -
I Jn lh.. I..uil' ....ur'' at tim. "S..v.lpenth .'11- in.i.fti inance of the mint lea of the ofll4e .....I.I..t..I..r I notnln I .ition I us 1 mi mliert.f not in fear of anything. ..-- ; ) '.
verified was -
Taxes paid and Titles It. P. MAOflltlSI l .
.Iudldtll 'II't'ult of the tlnt..' IIr I lioaitl from the n ret iliHTrlit '
.' non-residents. ,,1'-1.101,a. I I" IIlId for t msrellg I'.unl111 j _. _. | of ......Ia countv, wubji-ct to Ito The law firms of Kribbs & Steed and .
for ('tiat""','ry J..h" F' 1-1"UM" "lIIp"I'nnl. I,ii- I I .* ..r !Hu|.rrlwor 4tf n..r....... iotiHltn' | ul the iilniai\. *,n TuestlivJune I Johnston & Garrett pledged them '
Fire. Life and Accident In- ,.ersUe. l':. I.. IJ.h'r, ..t at'. lt.eI _. I' h. :Mil in, .t Itli...MS, fi.l I dial th,' p'Mtitin >' selves to 'take the case of any victimof T
I io.n.l.ats Not'" IK h..b, )' "I\.n ,tO'I 1 I'-Hint trriianie to theottri4 intht [ mab* xxvll a XXHTIIIIM, CITYMEATJARKET
.
rMiulltlittt' r..,' : ., .I.I.rn: : .. : mob law. when properly verified,
turance. h. u".I'nllCn.d. RK /4t..m.iii; I M""I. I lulm pilniaii 15. I mil feel ,iiis! thnt' th 1,> It.'t-
Bonds. beret..for&. "f.J)lulnl.." I II I Ii. ataus ." ,. I ,t.iniliiiltl,, ,ill to th4. of". i* of MUpfi"v"l"tnf { tt'rent I has' Ilk..1, In time R'honl. w..1 and fight it t a finish free of all chat
Indemnity .'. thlll )lU"u..III, I.. ii 111.,1.. .I. " .> i ..II'I.II..nRIII1J.I I 41 tim the exprmsCI. "uua lily' nit to.-'xl'nl mv .x.it.. 4 I matter who might be :affectir
..II", tt.tI III ,111114 ,'IIUM&' ..11 Ih. 11'1 of Mi.' ".A. I 114 f In u that. l>,ilniiitl'iil \' 'i.ill mi.i| 11..1.i wn. 'ml tuipp.irlfLLI : ges-no I
.. . .40 .O O 400 .. of .Mil | l 1 1922!' I uliiill.I olY.I I n' sIxhu-utu' Clime I hnxe .IM.eii thaii, ": I'STI': J ,PI.MMTHE I "- by it. i
I I..R.i) : .; .
.----- Hal I. antl it puhlic until \ fit i .IM ,MIII nl, I Iii r.uiit\ M<"liti.,1 i 1".1, !.1I .- - .- Finally a resolution wa "..I"rtl,1to
I In h"1. to th hlithtHl$ 1,4.1.1' I. i' il I t Ii.fiCilt ,' am h.', ..lIh I t him k i uug tn\ ii.t.uy I the that the Cnumber o' i '
- -- I door of the fomt HOUHU In. 4ls.hlliinite ; fiitiitlH, who lifid iiiirh. liollef In. mayelIIIlv ef.c
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OHii'iil.l l'ountPlol Itla (.1'1 I I If "iiiinihiiit, fir the poHitlonnf I .. COLUMN ( al a body, depreciated lil I Fresh Meat and :
f P. A. VANS AGNEWATTI1RNIYA1J.AW I M.T j.ioI I !,,, th. -::101| | day' of .Vpril \ III I ..uiimvI'u'r if n clot. rntfu.i! iif i"H"C' : f[ CLASSIFIED 1 S i ins (uf mill" law--nml when I I liiiiiavote I : .
I IO"'FICES' I 1"2" tliilllm. ' tI,.. letel I htniiw, ..I( -t,11.] t.l.. fnunt1. iMoniiHt that' "fly' *ti isle.-. 1.I" was called not a t"it.m: i' Ih. TiilliiM... 'leHtilhttt.. ptoptil\, Hit Ill IM jilHt' UN thoiotiull, nn In 'th po
., n I.f It. In, liHt.iila, l'ountMI! ,nil vlirV j"I"" .ui, I h.. KO lou \ 'i Mt. half. ol the :NnrtliwiMI qll'.t" I. I Tllt-tljltl'. tht' Mltppott) Of MIX "inilllVTil I I
Winter Park. Florida 1 ,,I II ht. :-'lh'"MI; '1"I".r 1 1 i I . IHtM. A torpid liver poetls an overhauling; S
half' irNtutli w IB \sii: I I.- ,: pmitix' ;:. mi '
:NA\ nf :sr'4 I: andStHt' "I.11 V : with Herlune Its \ are anmecliatily -
.. .' '- -- i iiHtii" *i $ 1 v, ill \nft. 44
; : half or $ .uth\\ ct quaiti-t' \rol'o1l .. r. I'I.
_ _ _ h"R..I <1"1'"r N' !j tiT I fnf '''ol..n iaiir 01 iteaieratl.iit. cull fin .r tht rin.. -.u i "sin .\, s i, apparent. taker .
s\\ i.. of :NK'M I >)> nf -<....tlt.il slxltonHI \\ lilt. I.eKhoi hits niitl,, ii fi w ,;hilliKK the p'ace of Ia7ine'n, appetite returns '
( I ). TtiwiiHhlp. Tw, "I \'-Ih', 'iZnl S"",, l h I h-pln' annltiifiit. tiivHtlf a tnmlltljitt / . 5 .*..kH Ht lialf 'III 1 letThe .. 'IH, hour of rent biinjrs with it'loun -- --- - -- .
ACHES AND P AINSSLOAN'S of UaiiRe Tv\.nt. \ -litut, < 1111> KilHl tilltalninu I for the ottloe or' HUptr>'lKor o.it .' I "'111 nil ,ni'usUi'u' Ih'' .. fillip.. 1>'\ Hilioifiin .' and time _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _._ _ _ _ _ I 5
'Ililit\' ) < ::111'> 'atirH, ii'ioiii"iI leftH ,Kl Mt ration I of "",,,'nln onuntFill,],'cti "Hv-flleni. .F: Thoinuit' I infill IM dm. "r111"1'1!,. I'i2- i .i 'Ih4, /iMtltin ..r t tin I il4>nifif'ratli 1"1.i in xJ Sold( In J Z. Roberion. '
> , Y..u,' \titt. and Huppurt, will !h.
Z. ,1 \ :sAI "i\ J '- .
GETS 'EM l! ,.,lalt.tl. FOR HALK cost tH'lllxould ;' ,
,1.tt 2lIt.i I "i iK n ppi -IMayer plnt.n BENEFIT
; HI MILS t, SI IF.lUi.m'iit.l f U OIUKKIV" : \ i-xchangifor Kood cur MrsMatthews. : BASEBALL .
-i i'I.
fttr < 'fimiil.iilmiit. 1 I"' .I -- : : ; 21 I Durtv."u**. ,.oi, .<.t t i Continued from ,haRe BASSCONSTRUCTION
C:4na"--WH- I II
the miVry of ncking pain. I FOIl" 4lit'i3 Churih.: phonic Iff tltx : -

AVOID a bottle of Sloan's Lini. I The Hale III th4, aliov4> LaHt Is 1''tintP4ineif Geneva Frances Baiey. and I ,\ .
,v.. authorized. to /innounotth. White 1. ,- I Robrion.
and when | until the first Monila> In Ma\ an- FOR SALE-Ten Tt-sterlav others -
: ment lutnjy apply the name hinix\ the Hint ila> Ma''v, lump of K. .I. l n. OVBRSTRKHT nn a horn hens and em-k Ht II.fio each foi COMPANY
you first feel the ache or pain. I A. II 1!"2J. at tin sloivt: :; ..sta.Ie.cir |iiiate, andUlit4 for r4--...U'CtUui. to the office quick' sale' dee) lo. H WIlHon. County age. t.
I It quickly eases the pain and sends ilurinm... thi. alii4'' houi" ..r ....1.'. of 1'iiunty ("ommnisei.iier fiomtheK'rutdlHtrlrt. Farm Demonstrator. Kts.tmm4ke.x In its entirety the affair was acom- ;
warmth the Z. HAMS subject. to the notion of the from start to finish- 4 t'
of through
S feeling Hpvclal' MaaterA . June primary. If ra-nomlnati and FOR barrels. 'In any plete ucc.a J
: aching part:Stoat*'*Ltnimenl penetraxt KRlIIlIS! 8./EF.j). 4-lrcted. h>- pledges the same dl44 ence. B.\I.-Iotato. prices In carlotsCorrespondence and nothing mar the festivities of "

without rubbing. ('.>unael for Ci>mplaln nt. 1 17-41 In hi. duties which ha. heretoforecharacterised *oll'ited.| dearwat- the evening- a food-furnisher PHONE 117 '.
-- '- hi. IncumbencyKOH er Company. Cl 'Hr- and the members ,f -
I Fine too, for rheumatism neuralgia Ju.ura"furlna and a five ,
sciatica sprains and strains stiff joints IN t'IN'IT011 NT.. "KKVKMTKKNTII, 'ua'TY; 'O"'O.I'''' ,. l-t of jy-maker. in direct chargeare
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lame back and sore muscles.For I .t'II"AL' 4-4 4'>I IMrv Itl I'IT.4IK HI'lTK lfltFOl.A.Imi <:<: oyFlORIDA. --'- ....n R\lsK--AI lino .each Brown IBT profuse in their thanks to all who Prdc _

pain' enemy. Ask lIIASKHI.<: I herewith present my name an acandldte horn hens: fine layers (1 F KrlhhBn.t in participated in the entertainment -
forty years any way
for nomination for the po..l.tlon
and Builders
) 'I of Oounty Commissioner from the. and the strong
'Ournelfhbor. 'I'. cpr-
I'HII.I.II ) .
:, -3Sc. 70c $1.40. Flmt OlKtrlct subject to the czpreii. FOR SAI.K- Fresh cnn : cheap: tion which was at fntrdor
'.:"II I Complainantv. >> r.rIHAHKL ............ Ion of the voters. at. the democratic 165. Apply to H L.r.. ,:,. Ill e"dene t J. ,
primary on Tuesday June S. I flip a Brack street K..lmlee.. I.-Ue tendanC. ,.0"
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i eoa h:f r. and. husband LILLIAN U l WARlNtJ.KIlZ.\-WAR1NU -..))> native fatly nt .this. .. "".,.oul1tYi Hud It* feel noetln.that If I FOR HALF). for Kent. FurnishedRooms $112-14.ne receipts which will for complete the eveningwere the Structuresof ,.Kinds ,; ,,

t:' BETH ItbNEIIAN.' P VIjAUIIACH ) elected I promise my effortn towards and No Trespass t.c. .. 10 roof grandstand settle Al w' ll
RUrisj 4ondu4tltiic the county affair In a business The office.
at
and I'AKAIllSE ) each .. .r '
still for that struc
the bill
1 18L.AN1J COMl>A- ) . way-for 1 have no special Interests O-tf owr > : '
to serve. -.*xcept the Interest. of wOOolm STEEL,
,j;, t_ NY. a corporation Itofpndaiits )) of every man.' woman and child InGvcpola FOR SALF.-Fin. residence. proprty.Apply tutu, grandstand p..ln BRa STONE :
.* county I will appreciate the at the office of Th te tam
I a..s.Y.c..IaaI..fplmDI. 1 NOTtIC la hereby Off MASTKR'B given. that SAL.UNotice under support. of the voters. Oaaette. Kissimmee.' S-tf aoehn.which will be of lat con- ,

I sad ether fa4tal. 'dlsnarursDMait. \ and by virtue of a de re.. of foreclrts- .1. K.: SIIAItPK. all patrons and sl - -. :i'. .
. Ola
Use free r Dr. Hot. .Eesema Two boys 4yearold ,
BALES
FOR
ur. and sale Issuingout of the Circuit .na the season's income. ,
..kla.z I Id "Tinting
far Hcbin, |
N BMe.V Gees inii-is. .., one .
Court of the'Seventeenth Judldlal Clr- FOR 4-OVNTV (01ll.1".ONBR al im. on. \ Par. Papi
-. 011O" Dr. .el.t. '
etlwc skin ,
.. whitecollar
I style
4 I. Mnlisssi'a FmmlbBssniHss... .1 {, cult of In Florida Chancery.In; In and a cause for o..eolacountYd there I am a candidate- for nomination dark ..and en".. detachable.. ,Nearly Aa clear aa the purest water is E.e. I.'te: ,c Br\\ ,. 'l,

I I tnII' wherein P. Phillips Is com- for the position of county cammlMlonr new. Apply 101 Main street. ,4 ,-tf Liquid Brson. yet it is the most -- o.-
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Iplalnant and Isabel Lillian Waring" from the fourth'commissioner's dis ---- --- remedy for flesh / :
tbsons 1 .
D. Warlnr' her husband. Kll I a- trict. Oseeola 'county_ub] ct to: the FOR 8AL.K-Wooden washlnsr wif.ehlne wounds bum'.and scalds that N.-; '. BASS' JACK BASS
m) :1 'tth Doneiran and P. P Laubarh and decision' of the democratic primary on ; nearly, I.W.. Apply. |01 Main sors., :
: )'araaleu Island "Company e. corporatlen Tuwsdsr June s. I have been a rest- !." ., ao-t medical has ever 'pruc. 322,Reyal S15Spveul.TL',
-. 26'1,653. ,.ar. defendants. I vrlll offer. for dent of this countymind vicinity for Try it. Price,. 80c, oOc, $1.2. : :
...;; *Th.a....: 'woman'..farmers. '--.ale--and-wIhi.. sell to thebihe.aft4 ten years. .1 am nowvrvlntr lh.tlaathalf -FOR.'.-SALE-On.-_Jltre.Wal,Sou'by J.:Z.-Robersonv- an 1. ;._. _-__ .. .

l;. ,In > : my ,first t'rm.a, . ..a member! Plate.__ :Practically... .; .t '.a .' ...-e ,' -

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; .; ;..'" '; -. u {4. 'v.k; > $"+ ,:",,",, .tJ"" lJIt'N'ff.: >- '" Ih ;.,r C..f': '" ib O" .. ''I "'1 ,' .h..J' r;."". :."':: ; S ,, ': -S
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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE.. VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. APRIL 21, 1922 -

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C 000.00..0.0 Q O oowoooe'a'ooc ooooooooonoooaaaa'ooaooe of tho Bcff Inner* and the Primaries of 'I"t t "
rt I the Methodist Sunday school gave S

CRATES the the church children lawn.an Easter After egg-hunt a half hour on iiY
f
I of gathered games in on The the Bungalow lawn the and children enjoy [ [ 1oI 1 I .......

ed stories told by Mrs. L. B. Tyree,
HAMPERS Mrs. G. W.. Persons' and Mrs J. L.
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while .the being
I Maroney- eggs were
hidden. Then came the ever- nJoya-
i
BARRELS ble egg-hunt-after which: delicious
'
.. I punch was slrvednd", children, Y .
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among whom werea number of crM-

,- ----- Cement Coated Nails'Tomato die-rollers, went home happy.CIULnnEN'S .
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WEEK s.aa -- I ".
Wraps .t ____

Eggplant Wraps I I BEGINS The Methodist NEXT SUNDAY Sunday school will J S -S5 '- -- I.g:: .....

Fertilizer Material I comnitinca-! "Children's VVock" on the 1_ _
coming Sunday and the climax of the :
Bluestone session will be the evening programto

be Rivenon Sunday April 30, when
Y' ; problems of child welure] will be dis-

-___. WHITE. PHONE..DRwIrECHASE __ --- -----.---:. icaased. M.rs.U\ Shaver: wilLspenk I if

r ..._.___.___ -- - on LIfe'o"The( Little Importance Children.Physical of Play in The iI i t

& Co---- ----1-: Environment of Chldren: In the Sun I iI ..,. 'll 'Ae.

day School" will be iiscu! sed by Mrs.

t SANFOKD, FLORIDA J. L. Maroney. "Sunday The Mod iI I i w aI
; ern American Home" will be the subject I
Rev. R. F. llod-
of nn address by
y The Largest Co.n:>lte Stock of Growers Supplies nttt. There will he special music by I

in Florida the choir appropriate to the occasion, I
.t
and a general invitation is extended. I M r aI 4't

<_:."..;.<-.).:.-:.-:.-:_ :......:..:.-:.<.<--o-o<-.:-.:-<-oo)< <<..:......:<
I i
,
'turn Utiili and Colorado i
through
,
i where they will view a few ot tho 1: Owing to the (get"demand;; for real I I

IN SOCIETY'S REALM ninny heuuly-apoC' Thelength 1 of 1 I humnn hair g')ods Beth Palm Rowley I

their atb'cent'e has not yet been de- noted hair expert, will continue the
(lermincd.CAVE hair demonstration= for a few daysmore.
Ladies don't miss this great
#: DAUGHTERS DEPART i 1 -- 1
AFTER JAI ENUIi> ) VISIT ; AN HONOR DANCE opportunity to have your combinst* \
AT I >OWNING: : HAUL niiide ia:.lo a lioiutiful hiiir piece by .. ,
Airs. Thomu-s Jucli.-.on and 1 :Mrs.' .I:.Is who IIIIR had: thirteen, years' cxperiencie I
Monday evening there was a pleasing one :>
<:
t ,
El\\unl! ( who lime horn, -
gutof "
orry in this \\oik.PERTAINING / rQ3 )
nllttir n the of a dance given
their mother, Mr. wm.L. : ,- d. II rClylc way _. --. ..
l bliss ltiieVillianas in honor pfMi
hy ,
n / "n1'etipl., scout, Iff' .,n "fi;"it '- TO CHURCHES \ -
'
: s Wilh.li"l: 'VlI'IIand)': Al s<
Mrs. Jlld.Fon,1,1! to her hen
day. 1i!
Lillian: Harris! the dane t'lKinif
Do Land while Mi, went to Metroditt Church :-
at 8. Corry :
; place ut Downing hull' and being .
nt'l|
the
I
York Pennsylvania, to spend
t t< ndej by mar' thi, ty-fin' juoi-ts. It l Ih.v. R. F. Ilodnett, Pastor "" ;:? -
summer. I ILEA tans i'h"rminr* liar -inn) ;iv' lelnq 1 \ .

fuinished by Raymond Tynor, ..1 i i.., !:15: n. m..-.Sunday school. J. i I.. I '
VI1'G NEXT V.'KICK Nina Sutton, and .ii.s :M irgaretHrt.'n (Overstreet supi-rintenHcnt.!
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FOR WKSTKKN TRIP .on. Punch, x'aa sevviI I throughout 11:00:( a. -Preaching py the pats .

Mr. mid. :M>- Oliver 1'. Taw will: the, evening./ Mr. anjMr; -;. I n. II. tor. Theme, : 'Thnrity." Anniversary Find the objects in thi picture starting with the letter "T"
leave next Thursday by I train foiLovelock Sutton pod :Mrs. Julius Smith acted sermon to Odd l Follows)) and Rebeknh2:00 -. .
I Nevada where they wi'l, b- UK chaperones., : ) : :) League, under
pm'
The Picture above contains number of objects and articles!'; the names of which 4
ffui-bt of their son, J. I L Tawhurn !I Mi jos Kntherfn"! Tiller.JMS .
they have not nicn, for ton years. (rilll.DRKN: ENJOYEDAN ;: : p. in.-Senior League le\o- start with the letter "T." CAN YOU FIND THEM ? You can readily see such (objects 4Y.

'"Later on they will continue. I the 11' tipi EASTER ECU HUNT I, ion.-il ixTriM1.7:1."i as "'1'nrtle.1.," "Table," etc. The others are just as easy to fine! and you ilon't have :.

i to-California-- and will probably- re- '' J Lost Friday afternoon the leachersoneelevencigarettes : I n. n'. Pri"-Vhine, ,; by the PI-: to turn the picture upside-down or sideways to see them. There is no trick at all to this
"Service.
tor Subject: out pencil and and write down the names of the objects you t'altA !
:!\U:: t) p. m.-\Imlllur.: Mission!' Study puzzle, just!; get a paper(
liml.
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::1:11(::! I'. We.lncxdny., Story hour Fifteen BIG CASH PKIZIiS will be given for the fifteen be-t lists: MCII! in. The

'<.. in 7 The:4:% niingalow.p. m.--WoiliH'Silly., !: Praytameeting. answer hating the largest and nearest correct list of visible objects -.hown in the picture

k tired will be awarded First Prize ; second best. Second Prize, etc.

/'r 1Jendfyq 7rin:: 1'. ni.-Kriilay., Ti-.icher' tin n

q f Gentlemen injr class. EVERYBODY JOIN IN I

Christian ChurchRev. CASH PRIZESWinning
TURKISH Tt Ibiiiie n IMclurr Puzzle Game IM a tame In
hhh:1I; : : ; : ..
:o .\ ) an :part I U-ipatc, from iho yit-uiiKfterii" to l.raudma'II .
VIRGINIA .1. l.!i'- \Var( ( ont'r. Pastor 1Il1 l irmi'; ] All I the objectH In lhln picture have been Winning answers will receive prizes
male |ifrfetm\, plain and I with no Intent, to fling titiM or to the table below:
BUR.LEY I hliJo 'h m. It's M.in.ily u test of xklll your ability to fliulI
!1':.",l a. m.- :Map Study. The S :< I II lite.bje< IH chow it In the plrtuie determines the prize Prizes. Prizes Prizes
of (;Jalilee., tau win I UuihLT; all the members of your family together given IVo.n.lj'o/
... find I hv out. If no If :
or
thin fveninK and eehKh you can in
KI-IM) ) ) a. "'.--1" ." bible] -liool me( subscriptions aubacrlp. aubacrlp-
'
Subject : "Uzjiiah's Pride and Pun tion done I
are sent la sent are aem)
ishment. m.-'ommuni..n. followclbv COSTS NOTHING TO TRYOBSERVE I at Prize . . ..S.3S.OO 350.00 %1000.0fl
11:00: a. 2nd Prize . . 10.OO :200.OO 600 0D. :
i / a sermon on "The' Transf.>nneil The Ttlhune. Invllu you ,,1110 take part In this unique. 3rd Prize .. . 25.00 100.00 2'10.00
Nun It 111.11 lI's full and excllefifth and educe.ttunal
or fun t.
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Life. i 4th Prize 20.0O BO.OO 10O.OO
| I "hd '.r..tlnor to rvcrua". This I. not a eubseriptlon 5th Prize: : : : . 15.OO: 40.00:: 76.006th : 1": 1
I 7-15: p. in. "Some Un1 t1:'heJ I ':Ullt..1 and you tlon' have to send In a tingle ., 10.007th
Prize 10.OO5.OO 2500
HII"H"rll.I"n, to "In ... Jute make yutnlI.t or
Tasks. a prl" "I' Prize .. . 7.10 :2O.OO M.OO4O.OO'
7o I p. m.W"':'ne 'jHy. l'iiyr, 'T-\\'ord. and mall to \Y. O. Stovall Puzzle Manager 8th Prize . . . 10.00
rFIFTEEN The Tampa! Tnbulle. ath Prize .. . 4.00 10.00 30.00
A meeting. 10th Prlse .. . 1.00 a.oo 20.00 J t
.-. All inorr.bem expected to I ln> prea- THESE RULES 11th Prize . . 2.00 tI.OO .20.00
... In a new package that fits the out and lie hosts to cordially wi-U-ome i 12th PrIze ..... 1.00 tI.OO 10.0

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11:00 a. m.-Morninjj Prayer and I S. All answers muet b* mailed before mId. send In a tingle subscription In order to win a prlie.
_ ______.H :_ Sermon. Subject: "Further Thoughts night Monday May Sth, 1822 and addreeeed to If the Judges award your answer first prize you will
.y on The Resurrection." I W. o. .stovall, Puzzle Manager, The Tampa win 115.00. But If you would like to win more than '

Best Fciiilizert Insecticides Sprayers Poultry Supplies Tribune. S35.0O, you are /given an opportunity during this
4. Only those words which are found In
Iluneat Goodj Fair Prices Prompt Shipment First Baptist Church I the English Dictionary will be counted. Do not publicity campaign to will aa much.ae S1.000.OO by
use compound, hyphenated or obsolete words. sending In one or two a\x-montha subscriptions, with
t'/ Ask Ycur Neh"hor-II.!! Know Rev. J. A. Sutton, P. D.. Pastor. Either, the singular or plural' can be used but remittance to cover, to "i ,ie Tampa Tribune."
".l t E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville Florida not both. .
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All are welcoiiie to the flJll1wing' ft. Words of the earn apelMng can be used (HOW 7 If your Mat of "T.Worda" la awarded a
I Get ,NEW March, 1922, Price Lists before buying. Now furnishing services ut the ehun-h-hou1- on Sun- only once, even. though used to desgnat different First Prize by the judges and you have. sent one elx. !.II

"SIMON PURE !and "GEM BRANDS" day: only' once objects.although The seme any object part of can the b* named objectmay months subscription, (either new or "renewal) to The .. '
j 9:45: n. in.-Sunday school. S. L. also be named. Where there la more than Tampa Tribune, you will receive 1350.00 In place of JIIA'
(,. I l.unfpr., Jr., Kunprintcmlcntf'lasBCS on. word equally applicable/ to the object, anyone only 135.OO. (See second column of figure In Prize


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'!' ll ! !!! ! ! the letter "T" will win first prize second nearest TWO alx-montha aubecrlptlone or one for a full year, .

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second ete. On. will be
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will receive il.OOO.OO place only ,
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1 each ctfrrect word sent In and one point wljl
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Neatnece style or handwriting will have. no
:.EE:: == bearing upon deciding the winners. Two subscriptions are all you need to qualify your :
7. All answers will reoalve. the sam attention answer for the big bonus rewarda. Absolutely two
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u la the maximum and these can b* either !
regardless of whether or not a subscription aubtcrlptlona ,f *
k...- to The Tampa Tribune le sent In. new or renewal. Your own aubacrlpflon will count aa ..
-- In one and can get the eubacrlptlon of a friend or /
.- 5. Candidates' may work together answering you
-- --- the puzzle, but only one prize; will neighbor. Or, you can send In your own subscription 'y
i: = = be awarded to any one houeehold. Nor will for a full year and this will qualify-your answer. W* 1
..= = more than on. prize b* awarded to any group can also take subscriptions to start at any futuredate. ,J.
t.- outside of the family where two or more havebeen In sending In subscriptions give full Inetructlone.
tQ shut from that on which you end In s ;
The Bank With = working together \ on a separate
A Dutch .. In event of a tie for any prize offered your anewer. .,
of the will be to each .
the full amount prize paid ..
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i the = person so tied. I .-
I::: = 10. There will be three Judges, having no
= connection with The Tampa Tribune, who will Subscription Rates ,s
Ability Proverb Judge the answer and award the prize at the .
end of the Puzzle Game. They will ue .. reference payable In Advance. :.
)I == Webeter'a New International Dictionary, DAILY AND SUNDAY '
and and participants agree to accept their decision Carrier Ageneor Mall 4 \ .'
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"When of the = 11. Thee Judges will meet directly follow- 1 Year . . . . . . .MX>
Willingness A Dutch Proverb says : industry goes out ing the doe of the contest and the names of
sa = door in the window." We want === the prize winner and the winning list of words One yearly subscription will count the. same
poverty comes at more will be published In The Tribune Just aa quickly .. two ....month. subscriptions) ,
,'.E to Serve industrious people. Every town, city, county and state thereafter aa the judges can complete the 'f.i'\!

t wants hem.( The industrious person can earn money == checking.for \0

y f = can save it-make a success of life--and the whole world = Address All Communications To
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1" loves a successful man. Don't soldier at your job- -whal- =

== DfPO\#ITS INSURfD ever that job be. Hustle. Work hard and save hard. TAMPA,
may == W.. O. STOVALL I 1
;;;;;; We welcome the hustler. == The TAMPA TRIBUNE

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s .t; NOTE: During the summer we close at noon Thursdays = all affes.! Join the pnntor's class. cial bible teaching. CHURCH A'ND COLLEGE ;, .:j
beginning April 13. ;-- 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by the pastor. 7:30: p. m.-Divine wo r whip. Praise '
RETAIN THEIR FRIENDThe
7:00: p. m.-B. Y. P. U. live son? testimony. Inspirational Singing. .

service. Or. B. L. Wilkcrson, pres- 7:30 p. m.-Thur day. Praise. Tes many friends-of W. Hi: Presch.I .lI 1

: dent. timony. Preaching.: I n. I). will be pleased to know that his !
7:30 p. m.-Special music program. Everybody cordially invited to all to remain for? another year, atIea, ,...
7:30: p. m. Wednesday. Prayer services.t'Come" "Pray." "Be resident' of Klssimmee for the \:i
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j Bank meeting.Free seats end welcome to lieve. ---- _._ Presbyterian church of this city decided "1.> ..I t
.I' Dtt la by a unanimous vote to retain
County I
; ce strangers; as' well an those who belong'here. DOG LICENSES NOW DUE him will be for pleased the current to leant year.also His that friends be 'C'a' +

church of the bibls -and for the
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J.Chri.t' Chief-of-police C. II. Drivers han will retain his! position! at Rollins cc*-
j. -I kprit4:, people. received the dog license tags for the '. Winter.: Park which he has held If

S.. S I S Chore current year, and now makes the announcement for the last three years. The expresxfon -
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:.. : (Pentecostal) must at once take -out tnfp the
.f 10. proper for -college was most complimentary -
: If === Corner: Brack and Oak Street. S
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. ... --: ... ";'"' : Waller Lorenz, with double that amount for female and rendered in h's two position, dur-
: .-thu. proving that the female of the 1ng 'the three Indicate .
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