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: June 2, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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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: VID01066
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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i i I"I"i : : UNANIMITY NEEDED SUTTON DENIES OF HIS,RUMORS REPUBLICANISM- Beware .Last Minute'm. Tales SUNSHINE.'If-, AS CITY PUBLICITY,GROWS EXPANDS. TIME, 'CERTIFICATES b;


Rumors have been Saint Petersburg, June 1 ...Special) ON
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-r+ : .. SAID.SPEAKERS AT that J. A. Sutton,. candidate before Sprung Maliciously Prior -Thia city it getting big results from , MELBOURNE ROAD
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. the democratic primary for the position Hs summer advertising' campaign.:

i- 4 t :CHAMBER P COMMERCE ; and of representative assertions are mad.is a by republican some To, Voting On'Tuedci.y.Ni; Cuts advising carried"Crackers"in Florida to state spend papers their :ARE '.ALL PURCHASED

that he "gave 'a republican speech"at k .. vacations in this resort has'caused aflood
the republican convention at Saint "' ; ,' of inquiries to be made of the .
; -Unless Petty Perseaalitiei 'Are ,... Cloud.: Mr.. Sutton says that.upon 1,Voters Are c..deao4I. Afaiast Argesrt\ Broacht Out Ceceraic Candidates chamber,of commerce for particulars, Aecasi.' ". 'eI B.4.a of M..q Fuse

ed. CesMaerdaLBedyJWill Be FsiUW : that'occasion he spoke Upon1 "Good at .. Hear T.. Laid to be Refuted Throach die' Press; There booklets and ratA': ThC,advertisement -* Sal. W Tiaae Warraats. Wffl AJUw
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; /studiously-avoided; .May,B.'S.as."SarySla.d.nQrtxlated: Against .Candidates I Which merely states that Saint Petersburg 'Ceaha.afe..f Progress ..' dwj5
Read
.1.,Uaivertal_Opuuea J all mention partisanship.? ._ -.---- is "open' for the IU mer' season | .
When .1 came to Florida I' registered Will Ham, N. Merit.*f, Tr.tk-a.dN.: Basu.of.Accuracy and that special railroad and hotel froauentlyb..n.heJd
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:t There was a considerable1 amount in Dade county-as-a-democrat. ," - '" rates'afirtn effect. Hotels that lit:the con.truetloni Sn "
1; 4. .of business transacted at, the Juncheon said Mr. SuttonP'At'tbat time I bad requentiythere'are'circulated at be ihcompetentsxln office. and, ,.matterswill heretofore! have closed late in Marchor the *"-. highway of road between,work .
of the Chamber of Commerce on no,thought of entering politics. In the last moment by over-zealous politicians run roug@y. early in) April are now, doing busipeft Cloud !? Brevard Saint
.Wednesday, and there was a very good this county I registered in the same a miscellaneous mess of stuff In 1872 Carl Schurc, then a United the year around. eau.e ofdthe: lack of county line be- ?
: r attendance.. m.nnend until many delegations to the detriment of some candidateand Stales senator from Missouri said in SainO Petersburg4Jias booked a the balance of the time purchasers for
'. Mrs J. M., Duncan as member 'cam*.to"me to urge.jne to run for office augmenting the honors of 'some one of his political speeches: "The number of conventions to be held during certificate i warrants or
p 'f.be edvlc committe-of the-Woman's 'I-had Orillbol' desire'to--do.0, other candidate_ less fitted! for the oo- times demand the uprising.of honest the summer months and has lines doubt as to ncompi ton been sad
Club*made a pleasing..talk...One feature I I went into this campafarn-ttt the de.. sitlon; and it is poll.lbl.that.uelaMay cititena to keep from-power-the""men out now for-others-sJated:1923. to the point where the of tho
,of which was that in the comingprimary ',sire of'.my. friends and I told them be the case between the time this who would prostitute the name of an Plan a rev" being'completed to hold agigantic partment would take state.road matter'de.
't many were unacquaintedt all that I would .do aa they wished as issue is. mailed, and" 'the day, of, election honored county for selfish celebration in.,commemora.tion'of .t the point it had .,-reed.up the' t
d -with' the candidates,' and the speaker I regards running. If I shall be elect. His* utterances were ( tnterelltll."I Independence Day: July 4, Some time .illee.t the "
t .. thought there should be a meeting in ed I shall consult the people of this It would seem that all details hadbeen pecial truth and interest that time; I when firework displays -will l be featured of F, A;i Nave the form of suggestion'
l: the city park to see the several who I county to learn what they wish and told regarding the several candidates how much more trite are"theyin the' during the afternoon and evening were changed to a the warrants -
nought'Offloe, hear them talk, and do as near as possible) to those lines. which are necessary to convince present .day!; What Osceola county! at a cost of $>&.500. and other at In order'' to render them the coupon.plan.
; thus meet them face to face-and in That is all I have to-say-except that the public all to which may be sorely needs are men who will place I tractions'are being arranged for the h.ndle.Sine.: that time }easier hall
.t y. this-'manner become familiar .with the registration books should standas the better candidate or the beet candidate principles above petty participation in I celebration. worked insistently In wany'.t.tE foj'
.J. them. Mrs. Duncan's chief object in a complete refutation of the rumors for the positions to be ,filled personal perquillite.nd it is up to buyers and it was largely through
,,1 the meeting was to solicit next Tuesday., So far as The GazetteIs the labors hi.
addressing now current. voters to see that those needs are that the sale of the
-'i ;, its aid in making the Fourth of July It should be borne In mind that in concerned it feels that it has con- supplied. I NEID'S ,SECOND WELLIS bonds, totelline about t'6.0C remaining.
ducted a clean and careful c.mp.lgn.Everr wasfSedV"Vr'k
.. real day of patriotism in every candidate subscribe
,; a qualifying any must and the
., sense of the word. A tentative pro- to an oath stating in substance good point about any. of the TWO HUNDRED ENJOYEi' county transfer r.ti-,
';ram had been outlined by the. club "that I.-am a member of the demo qualifications possessed by the candidates BOUND TO PROVE a body'.t the commissioners as
F1SHFXY
AT weetlng.held
-, baitgames it has endeavored to fair ALLIGATOR Saturday
'1 taking into consideration the two .era tic party. and that'I did not vote place .ftemoon.

"4. ':'..:..... which were to be played,"and 'I for any of the nominees.. of any other sought ly before to tell the of voters matters; just which as voters it has I In J spite of the threatening weather At that aneeting tho* commissioners. : ?'"!
s V-.she desired that committee be appointed party at the last general election" I theta'were nearly two hundred members HUGELY SUCCESSFUL aeeeptod..th.proff.r'.anad..' *
must concede true of such through
.; .from the Chamber to help, The supporters of J. A., Sutton deem are as are ] of the Home Protective Association the People. BAnk of Saint Cloud
"': ": ..aids and assist in perfecting the proj- i that such .an assertion, made In all totally unfitted in a business way anda I ; tek. .n.th.bond..t to' Y
with their families at
chair J. M. Wil moral way to represent any portionof gathered Second Well Driven Near the OneFnraithiag eeoomminelono0trs /
; "fr ect. The appointed I I xrd faith should set at rest all rumors Alligator lake last Sunday noon-.nd dlpolled of-then the '
,f + ,.on, 1.. IL,. Wilson and II. Clay Stan- i which claim to the 'contrary. their they constituents mgiht desire.in whatever capacity ,I prior to th.t hour-to enjoy fishfry WoaderfaUy Medicinal breathed, a sigh, of relief. :Bee..... of. }

+ ,-ford as such committee. It is conceded that, occasionallyvote and basket picnic. All sorts of sports Water P.......... New ,Properties th..t.et that m."of the lrURl"aDtcn'a''
Si.y? .t' y.Sam Lupfer. reported as head of a several hours of the. time failed i to, keep their agreements. and,
is occupied, ;
SALE cast with desire to.
OF a only "help
s-9; committee that! the neoessary LAND-- FOR
i4he publicity 110m.mightT"KOOCi'fellowf tar some and-.there werer many enjoying With a. view to learning tots grater purcha.e a k'tck. 'of these certificate
signature h. believed,, had :
. of indebtedness
office where he-would be out.of place. bathing' found there. So far: as> the .xtent'hat was lying beneath theBurC.ee the commissioners
, Apee n secured to present to the city I Charles Neid his farm haw beenat times- ."
4 should refreshments concerned it is ; on sorelyhandicap.
The were
voter weigh all matters in
?w; a.,pouncil< in regard to calling the election DELINQUENT TAXES a careful manner; should consider the I probable that nothing superior hasever ,north of Kissimmee has been busy pod and had not the Peoples Bank'
and that the
charter
for board strode
u a second well some forty boldly to the front
drilling a and
previous acts of "candidate and been served there-for it was a 'ex-,
..; {ft"J same would be presented to that body ; I the pressed its belief
should not allow friendship to out- "banquet" rather than a luncheon. feet distant from the well waterof in the need of the
c,:;}." on Tuesday evening next. Following COMMENCES MONDAY weigh the duty owed the 'county or Following< the dinner there was a which has proven very efficient in road by advancing cash for the work
1\" the call and then later prior to the
the municipality. So long .11'the duties heavy shower-but it did not dampenthe curing all sorts of skin diseases'andin going on there would have to bar
/ acceptance by the people of the proposed been
assembledand those afflicted with rheumatism many exasperating delays in the'
.. charter there would be needed of an office and the man to perform ardor of those who had :
: t t. Many Chances For .Investments Which proposition.
those duties are less considered -- when the clouds cleared away
r) ". a large might amount know.of publicity that theY Will Pay EcceDent Interest and May than the qualifications needed by the there were still a few hours of pleas This second well is of a threeInchsize This timely' addition to the, fund s/
: people fdr the
and touches a depth of one hun- road'win leave something
office-holder, just so long will, there ure. "
J. M. Willson brought up the mat- Change Nameroos OwnershipsThe dred and forty feet Like the first more than .$40,000 with which to fin
ter Of damage being done one of the well the water is colorless odorless, iah to the point where the state has -'

-,. truck farmers and berry growers just annual sale of parcels of prop- SIXTEEN DIPLOMAS SIXTEEN GRADUATES and tasteless-but an extensive analysis promised to take up and completes the ,
.' outside the city limits because of the erty because of unpaid taxes will commence from the Dyrenforth Laboratories entire project. There had been some, ,
changes made by the state road department at the courthouse on Monday shows that it carries an entirely funds transferred from other funds ,

r. ',; ... r by which he was being next and many will doubtlessbe attracted WILL BE PRESENTEDWITH WILL TAKE PART IN different water, and one which the temporarily to that special road fund
flooded and was in a fair way to lose because of many joblots of scientific! people assert Is most un- in order, to suply some of,the immediate .
.;:d. his entrie crop. It was found later bargains there to be found when the usualTn .afty well. The letter from needs of the work, and this has
,-t 'that the matter was withoutithe jurisdiction tax collector begins to auction off DUECEREMONY CLASS NIGHT PLAY the l laboratories"'aewmrpatvying the ,now been replaced ,'. '
iil t of the Chamber of Commerce the properties. It is considered that 'analysts"'reads r as below: \ All that nowr.mal is, fort Bre-

.. and was up to the county to no. title is better than a tax title- I I "We are herewith enclosing Certificate Yard county to become active and advance .,.
: "'t make some arrangements with the s.' when once finally in the' purcha- Grs4dnati.g Exercises of Osceola High Every Member of th. Graduating of analysis on the sample of her portion of the highway ;
'. higher body. fcer's hands and the certificate has .water from your well recently sentus. meet that portion'of. Oseoola's section
!I,.. The" matter of the secretaryship been delivered by the clerk of the School Will Terminate Moaday Class Will Participate U "Class We have made -careful analysis which has long been" completed-.

{:? coming on to be heard, II. C. Stan courts all encumbrances are automatically .. Evening With Address and Program NJrat" ExercueT'Thi EveningThis I of this water !and find that in certain i when the people of all sections of this
"li ; L'fiford: proposed a resolution forwardinga released and vacated. ''tespecti'it, : is closely related to your '''county may'"epend mny'a. pleasant'
. in the charter by which the .Te. be sure the property bears the I At the high school l auditorium on eveningsat the auditorium, other.well, while in others it Is quite Sunday'on a beach"the 'superior of "'
".J five governors and the three officer. right of redemption for a certain Monday evening at (fightthirtyo'clock commencing at eight-thirty, will be different. However the differences. : which will be ,hard to find la.all of.
shall select and secure a secretary. number. of years but in that'c... the will occur the graduating exercises given the "Class Night" entertain- n9ted.are i for the better, and if anything Florida. / .y.
.; 4' There was considerable discussion. temporary owner must be< paid his of the class .of 1922 and the ment, in which after music by the this new well should be even
', S. B. Aultman thought that as several interest which is content of the- will draw orchestra and '
( specified far greater program a chorus, the play of a more agreeable drinking water than
I''f';,...' candidates had withdrawn their applications than the interest secured from ,any huge audience. At this time will be "19>&2." written by the Senior class the other. ' EXCELLENT ORATORY
\ ')}' J. D. .Woodbeck should withContinued other source- and there is ho way to presented the diplomas for which the will be given by.,the following cast: I ."The chlorine-content, the lime 'and
: ( on Pan Two l l-ave "any. of the Interest set aside. sixteen pupils have so long been striving ClaraPloets ...._?..;- Society, Leader the soda-potash contents,go to'show'
There are many excellent .chances and. the farewell to the local Margaret Lesley ..:.....-tJ Actress ,that the water is probably in the HELD MANY':rAT ONS",
POULTRY INDUSTRY secure good properties at a normal school rooms will bff an.d.,* Elizabeth Parker .-_.._....._. Old Maid ,I same formation. as the older well but r
figure, and anyone with a few thou- I Following is the program to be rendered Thelma Sutton .... Congresswoman the lessening magnesia and the In. r

'f' sand dollars,can make'no better Investment : -' I.| Emily S.aderaoa. _j,_,._..,__ -,.Widow ( creased blcarbon.te would dlfferenti-! WHO: ,WERE FORECASTED :TO BE than to make as many- purchases March from :Athalia* -'High. "School Helen Ames -?.;:,--_::_.__- Janitress ,ate it entirely from'that waterThis ,.' .
.'may. be possible. Orchestra.: ,. '
. ,Lillian'Harris .. ."* Farmer's Wife water has some excellent medicinal "
The list of properties to be sold,for Invocation-Rev.'W. H. Dresch, D. D.. Dorothy Miller ..?.:..-__.- Missionary I I. Continued on' Pas' Two) .. Ree,tarry' Spoir .Wia.'
.: the non-payment of taxes Is much Chorus "Roses From the South" Lillie Hansen .. Salvation Girl Dedasmati \
: : BIG COUNTY ASSET Army urn i. tho Asuuul **
,,_ smaller than in. years past-indicative Solo-"Rolling Down to Rio. Martha Ordas Duchess r
P, ..... of the betterfinancial conditionIn Address Professor-. M. Salley. Ruby Oliver .-..uuuu. .. Snake Charmer SPEAKING SATURDAY EVENING Ceitest From. Pkk ...f Hfrh School
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which many have found themselves.The Senior Quartette-"In Chapel Halls." Frank Reed __ ___ Musician FROM THE BAND STAND.
1\ '. Ce-operatiesi'ia the Poultry Line Will list is but about three-fifths of -Messrs. Sears McKay, Reed Gil- Maurice Wilcox-u--...... Prin. Fighter I I The. annual'"'' de4amattoq'eonteej; <*
'J//:'. Be Fouad to Bring Retails Beneficial what it has been in many year_ bert. I Add Gilbert __ ._ Farmer Dr. J. A. Sutton,candidate for rep. which took' p1aeeoD..FJiclaennlqdrew : :
while some lists have been published Overture-"Light Cavalry" High uu..u. resentative and R. F. Maguire candi '
in Every Way ,Joe Sears _. Patent Medicine Doctor ,excellent audience .Ith
-s delinquent more' than double -he% School Orchestra., Donald McKay United States Senator date' for state attorney,. will present F an p'threatenine'
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r -1 The formation a poultry association size of the present one, which will Presentation- Diplomas and the their claiMs to the voters, for their weather -doubtless'' .;;kept ,.
'k .i In this county as has been mentioned be handled commencing on Monday Awarding of Medals-Superintendent I Clyde II. who has been, a 'Support at next Tuesday's primarythe a number f -om enjoying this affairin
: in these cofumns is bound to C. E. Yowell. |,student at the Gainesville university speaking to- .take pl.ce.t the which ao many o. pupils are In-'
tj result in greater success in poultry Piano Quartette "Commencement stopped on his way to his home in band-stand in the city park Saturday terested., The participants: are selett-, ,
-.Culture than under the old system, ALL CITRUS GROWERS March"-Misses Emily Sanderson, Winter liaven'on Wednesday vi.lthli evening at eight o'clock. Every democratic ed from the pupils of"; school whose ,
where each one was individually for Helen Ames, Thelma Sutton Elizabeth sister, MisV Elsie Norton connected i. ,- .voter in Osceola'county is abilities-.r. considered th. bestin:;a,
: s4s himself, and none were well-versed/ in Parker.! with the. )local postoffice. _urged to'be present. I preliminary' contest,, and thefollow. --;;

(at' the late methods. of caring for the MUST PLAN TO HEAR \ng\ ,program was 4 rendered; : f I
stoek. '
Under the supervision of those SPLENDID SERVICES PLANNING FISH FRY ., HULL SAYS OPPONENT "Under the Banner- of'Vctorrf-t' !'. ;,
' 'well-versed in poultry lore with advice THESE EXPERTS TALK Orchestra. -
all easily and : "tAmerlca's Duty'"to'Rufst"Arthur' ,;
Upon questions :
,, '/t freely obtained with a spirit of co-op- FOR THE GRADUATESON AND :BASKET PICNIC 'SE'EMS WORRIED OVER Simpson ?" \ ? ;- *. iVliIy'
Versus DiamoncU'V Miss
: eration as regards the buying of supplies Excellent Meetings Planned With "Scorching "
; and the disposal of the products I Madge Rivers. : : 't>'.
rst .,h, the business be made highly Nameroas Experts hi Discuss the Michael St.rogoff"Lewis Campbell.
may profitable SUNDAY MORNING AT ALLIGATOR LAKE SHORT-SCHOOL TERMS '
to the thousands who may enter Cultivation and Culture of Fruits Quintet "Camp 'Sonlf.-M.. '

it--either upon a slhall or a (arge I Reed, McKay,* Gilbert;,Sears. Ori/-, .
scale. Tuesday, June 18, there will beheld Three Pasters Will Particioate In Services hoists That Commusioaen Have Much tin L > -
Methodists I
two citrus field meetings, in the Coatenplatiat GreatEreat "The Deceased Robort"lCathertoeMIll.r.
, Florida presents a vast opportunity one
other T* Be Conducted I. School. l To Do Retarding the Money With i .. , '
.N for this Industry- an industry which morning and the in the after I When the Anneal Fish Fry ; :
has hardly been touched. Each year noon for the citrus growers and other Auditorium Sunday Momiag aad Basket Pteaic Takes Place Which t* Maintain ScJ...... "The Mississippi Contested .Election"Cordon
jj1!there i is a growing demand for eggs interested parties in and out of J. BtUlock. ; :' : 1.
i .n4"poultrynd to the present time Osceola county.In There will doubtless be a large audience ;- To the Voters of Oscebla l County: "A Few Bar in the Key of.(1. _Eli l *.
/the products of the state have by no the morning! the !growers: will at the high school auditorium I in'According to custom' established Under a misleading heading in abeth Warinr.. -. --i: .
. means been sufficient to siroly the meet In George Bronson grove at Sunday! morning when the graduating all' well-regulated churches and which.1 am accused of.' misrepresenting" Piano Trio-y Grand Galop BrilUsnt"Misses !
, wants of the local trade., There are Shingle Creek at ten o'clock and the class will be addressed by Rev; J. A. Sunday schools, there Is always, the ;, matters there appeared an extensive - 'Button, Hansen/'Ames. ,
; .yet millions of dollars' worth of poultry afternoon meeting will be held at Z. Sutton of the Baptist church who annual picnic in which to -closer bind article in the issue of the Saint "The Soldier's R.pri.ycr..Robck1"
.nd' d : W. Wetherston's grove in the fork of will speak on the theme of "Leader the' members of that special denom]Cloud Tribune of yesterday signed by Buckle i t'
4 to the state which might! e ssiilyI the Narcoosiee and Melbourne road, ship." The usual morning services ination and Thursday. June 8 any opponent in the contest for the "A Tragedy in billineryEleanor
on
. -, produced riirht here in Florida. v and will be very convenient for the at the Presbyterian Methodist and I commissioners hip. W'hOIeverW >t. jOverstreet. :
It is for the eeneral! benefit of theca meeting.I : churches will l'cancelled, al which will be next Thursday the the article misquoted my''remarks. .Du..Banarol1.( '* Misses. miibeth -
entire. county that this organization trust every citrus grower as well' though the Sunday 'schools will be I members of the church and Sunday placed words In my mouth which I J'iaring. Margaret Branson.-
should be encouraged by a large!' mem- as interested parties in citrus will attend held as'usual. The complete servicesat school of- the Methodist denominationwill never uttered and makes a statement "Lascairarry Spear."The5Americsnizing I.'
I bership. The Interest already shown these meetings. You will be the auditorium which 'will com- hold an event of much importanceat regarding the county' commissionerswhich of Andre_.Fran ,L
by the county farm demonstrator and glad to hear the different speaker mence at eleven o'clock, will be according Alligator lake appears very silly and sense cols"-Eleanor B. Rosen.
' 2 fi the home demonstration ageht.! Mr. on.this occasion; for each one is well. to the following program I I8ongDoxologyt It is to;,,be an l-d.y affair the less. The article should bear but lit- "VaUe from CoppeU.Orehesba"The :-
M i Wilson and Mies Smith should encourage versed Jn the citrus Industry; concourse leaving the Methodist tie weight with thevoter.who desiresto Boy Orator of Zepta .CityUly 'i---
every; farmer. and irardener C. D. Kine county agent for Or- Invocation church: at'predeelytnine') o'cloelc. The have "Good Schools Good Roads( > Chapman. h. ,- S *:
In the, county every housewife in thersJ ange county; William Comma; county Scripture re.dlnS'-ReY'. R. F. Hod- entire-church: and school membership and Economy." "Clfrarett'a. ,Ride and Death" --'Mae. r
: ) county and every child in the county agent in Polk county; A. P. Spencer nett. U expected to join this affair.and Referring to! the construction Wtan. 1 I'. ,.- ;
aa' to enlist in the army of those whoA ) Vice-director of Experiment Station, "Ye Shall.. Dwell In The .Land"- those 'not. havingconveyances win the crossstateroad, it has been cur. 'Entry "of .the'Gladlators"--Orcbes' ;
.., .:'i desire to accumulate money through Gainesville; E. W. 'Jenkinq.! district Chorus. be provided for. In addition to the rently reported that the funds ob- I ti*. -.r- :
.::c-- the -profits of the' oonltrv>> Industry, county agent! and probably' others, Prayer Rer.' W. H. Dresch D. .D. fish fry'and .the basket lunchtoftia tained from the sale ''of the $130,000 The decision' of the judges was thattho
.'Co-operation: wjH aid .in this entertprbwsnd will. be' on the ,program.' Citrus culture )- Trio-."Lift Thin. Eyes,* there are to be, be boating: bathing, time warrant were at a low ebb and J. L. Oreratreet med-4 should be "
*v : make a suecens'of It If In.. in all its phases will be taken up. ,:' -AnnoulII m nu. fUhlng. 'singing,' and Other entertainment there ;was threatened a stoppage of awarded to Miss Eleanor Rosen, while
te\ligmtlr\ worVontK! withoutrst Grower who hare some grove problems 'Sennon-"iAadel'll.hlp"-ReY'', J. A. going on every-minute' duringthe the work. Because of those rumor the George T: Stngeltary-nedal ,' .-wapresented ...1'
strong: organization, each member of should be on hand- and. let them Sutton D. 1T.rrYHymn"He ,! ; ., ; day.'*. > . \ I placed>> the.coet of the road, at '20.* to Harry. Spein '. %*
,which will be able to 'pin knowledge be discussed in open session, ," Leadeth'Me"Congre.gation. 000 per'mile since then I have learned The judges- of the contest,>were; '
-thro9nt*eriene* ;of -others, "Don",* form the. date/ and.make / *.;- "" SKoND-CHOICE.; VOTES there is an amount on hand that will Prineipal'O.S.Thaeker'Mrs. Laura. ..
,.' mans -Benedidlon.- J . enable the work when Lee and Mr a. Fern Yockel all of the., -
_J r! there will be lee prom re.e. : : now to b* at each of these meet- .w r" tj to Droceed-rbvt -
.It"stands'ea<"ti Grow, to''loin the ings."< pleads. .Led Hj ',.Wilson the -.Ai rfr t ii n 11 t: ,-- t ]fJv.ryTvoter'next: ; ;' 'Tnes 'i' ..nocistlorarid: .look alter all details county agent.. H.also, adds that all dairying fa( to be made profitable, remember'that;' there will be two of minus 'sign before the county'treasury MlilifMM*'A T ("' .fn
'A \ /' ..:of'the bnnM from. ',a r1 business who'. 'desire'' 'advice that la reliablehim' every'cow must'produce 600 gallonsof floes to-be filled in which the voter -' -I' have learned 'that the1 entire "The"iiunow oyster ,beds o> Pudret J! '.;.,
..1". ;?::.1Ike1, standpoint.: It ,I.'to.Iho. < edr shmddsee for all further Infor.. milk'. ,.ear.''.ecordJnc to '.pecial. should Inark..the second choice.;>This road of an eight-foot width will, have Sound'were recentlr.< threatened.withextinction. ;"f 4 1.r..
C ;that.tho. r >od remitsifrom the'mall mation..More.- L ': .f-;' t J - lets of Florida College of Agriculture.At is'a :'vital point'';' In'..Ut.< primary-u coat at ,tho rate'of, fl ,000,a< mil,:, ,. .'' Low tides, foUowingaperiod ;' ,
;;"ir start fc-whlcb k.9'. tu"1"-, : bee *t' .iveti. : j i ? . present the annual 'prodncton: of, second :choice .ballots may. be a'should cocaThemW has been 'no assertion, madedirectly 'of warm floods.Jexpoeed the ai 4" .
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cattle'in' Florida about"500gallons ; to no.' -voter ; that, ofContlnue.2 bed to.the.freerln. temperature,
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rl 'TWO .' ,. THE 1 KBSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE; FRIDAY, sJUHE:2, if22-. .. +'
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':" . :.," ...... PERTAINING\ TO CHURCHES OF SIAMESE- TRADE TWINSI

: Pfcibytcriaa Cfcarch saw' a cartoonin the paper the
Another Big Reduction In other which showed Siamese
,.:, :: Rev. W.,II. presch D. D., Pastor twin fastened day together by nature for:

..h .-moA 9:45: a. m.-Sunday- ;;' school.. life, their bodies growti together, x x -lib::':fI
_ 11100 and their" hands tied behind their backs lt'! ,
a. m.-Worship sermon. '
tC"E'LJN TIRES.Juices 7:00: p. m.--Junior Christian. En marching to the block of the executioner -
deavor., who stood there with his red
his mask on his face, .
7:00: p.< m.-Senlor'Christian'' En gown and' 'preparing .
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Imports
deavor. to execute the one called
8:00: m>-Services.; and some one rose In the audience

,. ) ,are all net cash. Subject to change $OO p.p. )Wednesday'. _" Prayer. and said, "These are Siamese kill the $ j4 t1,
and
service. twin Kill one you'll

.' .without notice. These' prices cancel .all 1 '; i I other. tv 1
and a
Grist'.C
., previous, lists. Federal Tax not included' Corner. Brack( and. Oak) Street* export twins. We today cannot; they export are our Siamese goods ,What Men .Admire: Most, id, 1 1:.

t Y ', to foreign countries unless we are Perfect'Health-
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'" Waver Lorens 'paid for them and we cannot receive Women is

RIM RING-SHApED OVERSIZE REGULAR FABRIC -Sunday School. Superintendent.! uctsfrontothercountrietoeome any pay unless we allow some prod- in The...Sign.,of Sif gtbt--, >

: : ...,,-.... ::::::"':;::";;::z: ------, -. -SIZES' ..TUBESCORDS. CORDS CASINGS =' ,r'0.:7 10:00'a'M; .- und.7'.eboorr .Inter here Therefore-when- we"eek""by Byla mug' :,Ala.-' I wish the world
i national lesson.. Classes, for all age. ths bill to kill importation entirelyon to know that I say' Doctor' Pierce'* .
3300X2.45 11:00 a. m-Divine worship. Special every competitive product, a* you Favorite i Prescription I Is worth it* .
'i . $10.90' bible teaching. do, in the end you are going to kill weight in gold. My wife was down .,,1.
30a3Y. 2.70 1'.50 11.00 12.75 .. 7:80 p. .-Divine worship. Praise exportation because there will be and out with feminine trouble.. "She .?i;
+ testimony. Inspirational Singing. WM-Julvised to try this medicine 110 t.
32 %.90 Zs.sO 20.95 17.25 nothing to pay for the exported ma-
7:30 p. m.-Thuraday. Praise. Tes- terial ehe did, and it did her more good than. \
. 3h4. 3.45 30.80 It.so 18.75 .imony. Preaching.Everybody all the other medicine she ever took. }1',
32 3.70 33.35 5.70 Z3.Z5' \ cordially invited to all NORTH CAROLINEANS I am doing 'this in the hope that this ,., 1

p __.____ . , 33- 3.M 34.3S zs.se 3.80 services.- 'Come.-_u -" -"Pray" "JJe- DELIGHTED WITH CITY medicine mayhelother .a.---i: did. J. ,
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ieve." -wife." 11. M.\ Jacoba
34' 4.CNf 3S.SfJ Z7.5S 24.90 1 my .
3.414.75 4.68 30.80 ---- Henry UUflt and his brother Marvin Your health ,is the most valuable \1 i
St John's ( Chart
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Episcopal) You ahuald- ,
asset you have. \ : woeere -- {
_, 33 4.90 43.60 -.- Hunt both of Greensboro, North j this Prescription of Dr. Pierce a from: ... &;
44.75' .((Rev..L. H. Kirkby, Rector) Carolina spent Sunday l in Kisslm-ree! I Iss in
5.10' Mich'olfe "Tires t your druggist, tablet or liquid o* ii'
s jl.'ueshof !Mr. and Mrs. John Me-\
: 5-25 46.00 Whit-Sunday : write Dr. Pierce, President Invalids' ;'ji
Phatter. 203 Emmett street These Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., and reoeive : ,
Are Made la 9:45 .
m.-Church
36 5.40 47.00 : a school.
? their first trip
men' had been making free medical advice. ,
.. 11:00 and I 1I'EF.b 1\l
a. m.-Morning Prayer
33.5 5.70 .53.75 Three Types to Florida and had well covered I the :
Sermon. Subject: "The Glorifier of '! C-OHW. roWI'HAO.' MH.L.RT.
55.50 to- KHs'.tnmee.bnt
34 5.85 state before cpny'ng
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Lo. ja Christ." (.HAGS HKKU SO"OIlUHl'or' Immediate 5
+' 3S 6.00 ss..co All are welcome the a dav's drire' th's! : section convinced shipment. All' seasonable
--especially
ONE QUALITY ONLY Field and Vegetable Seeds. Write for
them that no better! portionof IiJ
4 37. 6.30 59.40 stranger within our gates. Price Llit and Catalogue. Our beautiful
-TOr. BEST! the state'was to be found. Henry and Instructive catalogue Is free
9.40 86.00 .
3616 I Methodist Church Hunt married a relative of Mr McPhatter. \ and gives valuable Information on $
and it [is the hone of the farming and gardening' for Florida and ,,,,,1
I the South. Write tu us today for ":
Rev. R. F. Hodnett PaVstor b-othe"s ;
latter that bo the ITu" special I prices on your nerd requirements. :}
shall become ro,idents and property Our complete stock willn -
9:45: B, m.-Sunday "school. J. L. I' holders in this city. able u. to supply you to advantage In-
Overstreet, superintendent. price and t
Makinson'sBigllardwareCo. i 4:00: p. m.-Junior League Nh.etv.apvl'n ""cent "f Au.trnli..*.. QMARTIN
!tional.7:00: p. m.Senior League devo I population is of n'jre British descent.Jor [I A. SID[( CO. l;

8:00: p. m.-Preaching by the pas Oldr>< a.* "l> r,te.t Bred !!__ !. 'tt'
The "Hardware" Near The Depot. Phone 123
z tor. Fl....it*. "
I 4:00: p. m.-Mond y. Literary and 202-_ IC..( Bar .t.. Jarka..rlll..Via. 'j jNOTICE' '
social meeting of the Woman's Mis- I, our Summer''t .. .i

a i 'Monary Society .J.1lculicn. ,...,',.
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I 4:00: p. m.-Wednesday. Story hourin '
SANFORD CAMP TAKES are urged to see any of the above and MEMORIAL DAY The Bungalow: iit Nntlre County la hereby Commh..lonet-given that of the Oaceola board '..

SEVERAL NEW MEMBERS receive the latest reports of what is 7:45: p. m.-Wednesday. Prayer County will receive bide for the delivery .,
being done for the United SpanishWar (This sweet tribute was written for Meeting. l.Sbyr.gee or I the ballot boxea up to and In-
June I, .
FROM SAINT CLOUD rludlnK 1 10 a. m. Saturday. lar2.Thp :J
Veterans. The Gazette by Ruth Raymond of 3:00: p. m.-Sunday. Preaching by laid bid, to hf Healed and dellvrrcd -
pastor at Shingle Creek. : to the Clerk of the Circuit Court. '.
Comrade Commander R. A. Terhuen OSCEOLA MOTOR COMPANYIS Wayerly, New York but reached this J. 1. OVKRSTRKKT. I
office too late for insertion 111hereulc Clerk of the Board of County "
and Comrade Luke N. Walker and NOW IN OTHER HANDSThe last JURORS HAVE BEEN DRAWN CommlBBlonera. in and for Oa- .:
i week.
=i Comrade Alfred King all of the Colonel 'Memorial | FOR THE COUNTY COURT Breezes /Ow., reola County. 14ItNOTICE '
Day-and once again .
N Theodore Roosevelt Camp No. Osceola Motor Company, which I --r-- "
t of in Saint Cloud P. Timmonsand The sylvan glade and mossy glen' I !
IS, Sanford were was incorporated by I \ (
24 and 'Give up their fairest flowers for those The following list of jurors have :
Sam and which took
t Wednesday evening May Ragsdale,
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REDUCED
been drawn for the term of the {
county
the I Who nobly fought the nation's foes I
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mustered several of local Spanish over the large business that was so 'J t
court, which will Monday
convene on
The .
flag they l loved still'floau ,
:War Veterans into their camp. strongly built up by the former, is I!, on_.. ; June 12: \ railroad hotel I "
""F highThough r4 and
The commander /1
was agreeably surprised how in new hands-Mr. Ragsdale having -
death has hushed their battle David Bass, O. R Bleech. James C. \ Lumber For Sale
a to find such large jutcaber of retired from the Mr.
a corporation. Buckles, J. M. Gardner, L. E. Hedrick, i
I \RATE5/
local Spanish War Veterans and says Timmons has now associated with cry; J. F. Hanan, O. H. Lee, J, E. Lupfer, ;
Some near the green palmettos sleep, .. Standard Framing" _$26.00 t
live
they have a and aggresive organization him J. E. Gilbert, a brother of F. S, .
H. L. Makinson G
''Some where the willows o'er themI C. Outlaw. Charles .... No. 2 Common Stock 25.00
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in Roosevelt Camp one that Gilbert and there is evidence .... -
; every Peterson. G. F. Sessions. : ............. ,
J I No. 1 Common Stock 40.00
will get -results in the interest of all that the business will continue to weep --------- i f
Spanish War Veterans. All eligibles expand under the new management. (I Sunken through years, grass grown, I LEFT BY AUTOMOBILE Best Bathing Beaches I No. B and B ..... 48.00f.
yet dear, o. b cars Kissimmoe and Orlando.
are requested to get in touch with Mr. Timmons has materially increasedhis
t?' Commander Terhuen-for in "Unity list of patrons since he purchasedthe i I Their graves are consecrated here I,i Mr. and .Mrs. C. W. Crum, and son, in FloridaCHAMBEIHCOMMERCe ) Full house orders appreciated spe ,

there ,\\a strength" agency several years ago and has' As comrades the place a sweet bouquet Wayne who have been Spending a I cialty.
The following. were mustered in: been very successful while he had full Above Blue-above the Gray very pleasant winter at the home of '
.JI.E. Hedrick, Charles Holt, Gabe control and was the actual head of And breathe a prayer that war shall Mrs. W. H. Swain, 22 Beaumont avlenue Jnterestmg(firaurt Application I A. W. OVERSTREET
off White, Lewis Seaman John A. Mc- the plant.-and he will continue' to cease I north, have thisweek left by
KISSIMMEE AND FLA. '
Oarth' and White all of Saint hold the under the And Earth know Universal Peace. r ORLANDO 1
Harry same position new I I car for their home in Schoolcraft "
Cloud, ,and,'comrades!' in that vicinity partnership;' Subscribe tor I tie valley Oaatte.to ,Michigan. They will stop at various -.--- :t.t

r . . , points enroute-their principal visiting l
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at Columbus Ohio with. relatives. -

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PURE F FRESH SWEET CREAM

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NEID'S SECOND WELL ,
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I Forlen Doflars and Ninety : : 4 ,-. (Continual. from Face The>) ;., I f next '..f
: If fresb '
: :\I a ..lk.:.v, you are not using our pure pasteurizedIsweet; cream
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salts in the amount of bicarbonate *
wire or write'us 'to skip,you a trial ten-gallon can of thirty or forty per.y *
; which form the bulk of the salinity, A
cTfiis3Ox3Usco30x3V4 and a short use of the water in bathe cent by first express. The quality is unexcelled and we guarantee it ,

Cehts ought to bring this out. There'is not to arrive sweet and cold packed in iced tubs. i
. much iron in this water, but there ii ,
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more than is usually found in watersof ;;
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tire situation this type. For mild, soothing effects Ezell-Griffin Company Creamery V;

k | today is just this- you probably could not have Eaton < '
found a more suitable water. ton, Georgia :
"-The' 'man who buys an "We think you have been more than i
tb ordinarily fortunate in your well drill- ;f
__ JSCO, at $10.90 is justl- Ing. Very recently an old patron of ..t'J, .
& '. 1i.edrin"bellevmg.tbat his money Isgoitig' it our* drilled a new well, after usingan .

farther in tire value than it rrr ,analysis older of one the for water some showed time and a the decided Doctors Attention >:

ever nets gone or could go before., change, especially in briny mat
__ o'y ter. We shall look forward to visit-
Naturally appreciates the quality Ing vour wells and baths-when we are
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of USCO. That was established ',- In Kissimmee this summer." A physician with large practice just vacated .. i

long ago; / I i the Mr.prominence Neid's Investments these waters in wells are and t<> a.fine suite of offices in best location ';::'1

It is still fresh in his mind that "' I It give the county should justify the in the most popular winter and summer resort .
r commissioner* in making an effort to .
USCO led the national market make a road more worthy the name i in Florida. Town growing very rapidly. .J t":

;' into the $10.90 price range. ''" to his property. Other properties \
A for
rare opportunity cotnpetant ;
along the way need a better means of physician
'I I ( reaching Kissimmee and this wouldbe who desires an all] year round practice. ;
an incentive for the needed o.lIt1av.
The makers of U.s.'I res .
During the months to come there will Correspondence solicited. .1
always.intended the,3O :x.' r be thousands journey to these Neid .

3%USCO to be the high*:t. f well, and to have to travel over the
bad thoroughfares 1 I. apt to give the U. S. SHELLY i
: value in its field.AtlO.9Oitcreates \
e visitors a spirit-of disgust which no .
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medicinal water, can relieve. The attraction '
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lo' of these wonderful waters is Daytona Beach 'Flo..id :
ti a new classification ai I bound to draw a great-travel to that

'of money's worth. s ,,point-which will be increased as the 1 '
i ? I I I remedial qualities< are the better advertised 1J
1 and; there should, by all ...t. . .. .. ........ .. ... .. ... .. .. ... '

,: means, be something done to better
tMIMd" Shhs f"'flrtt..a"en ... ,the road to that point.UNANIMITY .' 'Ii.


.t., CoodTkM.T' -''J'r' "fr NEEDED -"n 'j

r A .' (Continued from Par One)

e.T1r.C. e : i. draw" his name. T. M. Murphy be- tr..

l '1 W 5 ""O. J: lieved the) body should proceed to No ;
rJ } 'air .rJ. elect a secretary forthwith and spoke
r In a most: commending manner of the roomfor '"

_ : ,USeD present incumbent.J. argument about \ f.:
am L. Overstreef, one of the board of 'IIe'
governors, made the real speech of
$ 0 the meeting. He deplored the lack of l

m, a United! ; ,States Tires bickering eo-eperation which denounced was going the constant on over t4i; :"t

United States " Rubber ... '''' : matters upon which all should be'a'
Company, >A' riVarTa unit; and' said that unless there was f
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'rK 'I' onaimity the body' "was bound to be.
R.tMwQ '
.> l -.- ..",.f)" .... iri.arw4a. ,Y.yfe1/-r.. .' ." j-.. .... come extinct.'' Sometimes'he' had regretted O

'.:. '...4' ", '..r't' nan' ... ......-. that he was declared the ,
j ,a 1 J r" ... '':'''i.'..' :'' '.' :' ::: position he held; and) .that ,
ft'I. every member akonld! stand by the.secMUrjFtlected :-:. ,
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y I and-give him"the strong It}; inilleH,witfi pains-taking ,cai*. from; the,finest' ,"< '!T-

',.a.,, . 1 i. rl. Fe'i. jrf.l. "Tt.1 *" ('' "tm: e.OY C-itf 'f4,.'J M tt'i /- rapport needed .for,,successfully carrying I winter wheat by millers with years'and yean oft. f, <.
""J 'il 'tii.i 't"A' **- *->ai" '*"* ,*">L"*' >-" t on the business. -Mr. Overstreet's I experience "America first Mill '
brief talk'wu the ; 1 yi
directly to poipt-- .' :L'
and he> out-.and. said 'what.* '*! I kJ
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thought. : i' : ; ;
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< >KISSMHEE;;FLORIDA > f fT. It wa* J.d:':to change-the B iaMiIIiBc c.... R. C,' > *"*''' :* -a:- -- :"tIt t->
charter of the) .association-and 'a pidtibutor .

.,. nublication of the Mm will be found .I .... Sermeor, lai, ., _ ; . .; :

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_ ,THE ls.Q-tI..VALLl1'; GAZETTE.. FRIDAY, ,JUNE.2,. U22 ,::'''' .... ....' _ ". ....:",...

III o ..' -. .h -
shipped" from ,IFI r da.t; Shipments (Sarasota, by the Pineapple (>rudu ti versity.. In 1 07 Miss Hunt,then ae.J THg $TRAtECIC'MOMENT' '
; .f THE since that date run the,, grand total to Company, to bo completed wttal/i six- ,enteen was expelled from the university -
r L FORUM I .8fdfeNews around 5,000. Of thla numbef 3,602 I ty days. The plant will hare a cap. President Hulley and in a suit Citizen. -That's my.'car. The,tblef
; cars were shipped from the east coast acity- of about 86"tons of' pineapple for slander Miss Hunt in 1911, Is Just fixing a blowout." .
'. L. or the'Hastings section. Up to Thursday a week which wiU.J produce>> about five' warded SI$,000-but wast t was set Policeman: A11. Hgbt.. Ill over
MOTHER'S DAY May 26, last year 2.018 can thousand gallons of syrup. After the aideby the'supreme court." In the k and arrest him.". go. '
were'shipped, so it can be.seen.that syrup has been extracted the mash. auit valuable' '
on'and CM 'in large paring uantl. ireeent testimony was Citizen: Sh-h-h! Wait till ,be)
,. Editor of The Valley Gazette; the this is JitUe more than will be conveyed to large .tong1tanks I to assertions
tie. Is expected to be found just west crop year adduced as claimed to gets the tire pumped .. '
... "iej Mother's Day has come and gone.. Tome of WiUlstoa on.a large traei of land double that of, last.) where vinerar will be ...nufac..1tared. have been made by. Hulley to the ef up.
2, 'Mother's Day is enhanced by which hat been leased by the Willis- from the reaaaiD""' iujce; this fect' that'If' she Miss Hunt,) ever THE INFALLIBLE
V; sweet memories of long ago' when'at ton Oil and Ga. Syndicate. I Purchases of oil leases on 80,000 mash wiU later be nv..I"to, a brought suit he (Hulley)) would so
a newly r '
k my Mother's kneel sat and listened formed organization which u acres -of land In'Glades county were drying room, where It will be thoroughly' blacken her character: that aha would Patient: "What'shall I do' for t*:
S t:. *t..her earnest supplications to the Al making elaborate preparation for now the reported' last week,; the consideration dried and. then'ground up never regain her standing.- .Judge C. raomftta Doctor" '.
t l'mighty for His protection over her Immediate sinking of *. deep teat; totaling W50.000.Of! this land 80,000acres with. ,)phosphate>> to be used as fertili.ser. .O. Andrew refused ''a motion for, anew I .Ply 1daDa "Every: evening i keep repeating
., ;j only sonHer prkyers have been aits ,went toe'the Atlantic -Gulf. Oil .. trial and am"
well, from which it is hoped to securea an appeal has been &0. yorrnedf: /f.1> night
!. veered over and over again in many "6Ullhe ." Company,'of Fort Worth,'Texas'and. taken to the supreme court watchman I am a'night'watchman, I .
:* t v +. ways during mv boy and manhood 60.000: acres to the Star State Oil Miss Helen 'Hunt; now of He 'Jacksonvflle :- _m'srnlgbt'wstdynsnr! .. I'
fdaysr Iamfirmbeliever'in .the Company of, DaUa.f Times-Union,barf been award '
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i" power1 of prayer 'and.?also 110 thepromise" <
; I 'avafteth./'ftluehr' that the; also prayers God's of promise'the last to there,were 4,570, MallS.' -. .potatoes. .. .' 1,[A large. plant ie.to. ''be erected at Lincoln' 3,' Uoliey' ; and: Stetson Uni. faith Gazette ogee. :' ll-tf, worken.'n_ .

l 8: his peopl that if offspring[ '"may -. d "
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""r ." "wander. from the fold they, will be . . . . . -.L #
"broegbt' back to follow tn.tb.foot.'
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'k' Yesterday I listened (or tried to ltsa +-- -" j --- +- ,.J. :. ;:...- :: :: :-: ; .. ,-.-..: .. -,;
'. 'ten-my thoughts being' diverted by : .t n
!& .thekindergarten, conduct of a child taESAAt .
'Ii! >" whose parent was indifferent' to the ,' c 1foJi'
', congregational meditations)'Motothe'r's r : I 1 I
1"j ,.: able pastor delivering a ,
t ; 'r Pay'Hiermon; and also to .beautiful .
;, Sir sung*by an able artist.; It'was
- i. ;a-song about-mother; She-sun? itsoeweetly r'r
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and with such feeling that ;:!..,.. -
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ae," ',:i t tjftft the only .one who paid such 'a "
!4. 4 t compliment to the singe saw several .t
.:; t.' of the congregation displaying:
'1t" feelings similar to mine. No doubt, .
f r.- memories of childhood days were ,

t.}I; flickering During the before sermon'them..this question .

''t I\\. often arose in my mind: How many \ \ /
,t ; mothers present were bringing up ,
';' r". their children to respect them after '
.
,; they had reached manhood and womanhood .
1 I ? _" , .'
.::iitl The churches i in. Kissimmee are fa.vored ,
..1. .." by able pastorsr I enjoy listening ,. ,
-- ''
: to-the discourses"and when' my
v t: attention is diverted by the conduct of -- -. .-----
.-t. '.. some mothers alloviht, 'flIelr.' children i\\ \\\ I I I IV r
..
to make a kindergarten of the church "it !' ,*
c'. I am of the that.tlle.mlniet.el'yi ... .,- :
:' should pause long enough, to*hint to a la ,} '
the offending mother that the cons -
.1'. gregation must not'be dlstdrhed' ana .' \, !
i that home was-the". ptoper: plaee.for 1.' t
"' ,') r.h children who could not behave ill ,4 >
,'. i .feirarch; ; that the sanctity of the house ; "
+... of God and the worshippers must not K .
'be disturbed in their devotions. Some / .
.
.::' children know how to behave under ,'
.... ,'. .ord
: most circumstances ( .1i *c ling
to their training); other children :
:'. cannot behave under any circunutances. .
.
I hope th e parents of the child who<
behaved so unruly ort Sunday land on .
'. previous Sundays will take into consideration I
I other folks' feelings and
comfort and also have a respect fc. i '- ''
. the house of God. By so doing it will!
much unpleasantness. The -
. $prevent, .
child is too young to understand itsurroundings. .
.7 Newspaper page, greatly Greatly reduced reproduc
For The Good of The Church. reduced, containing Sealdtlon of Sealdsweet magazine t i
:i :: sweet advertisement-showing page advertisement which as ,. w
j in Kissimmee it Illustrated in .- ..-"
Wishes He Was how dealers aupoort appeared was r r '
'J Editor of The Gazette:' campaign with their copy. natural colors. 'r ;; f
'y\ Perhaps some of the readers of The ..
Gazette would be interested in an .
.'' auto trip to Ohio, the Mother of Pres- ."
. idents. Ohio is a good state in which :
4f-. -4" 'to be born, but I would not recom- .' Who does the real Advertising of y
ment it for a permanent home 1 ,
,. wish I was back in Dixie now. It is ,
: ., cool here yet. W* have had very litJ -
,'t ?& warm weather; corn is not alvTjJanted

., -..' : 4 We left' yet.Kissimmee Saturday, April Florida and 1:
' /'. i Grapefruit Oranges ? /
7Z2. I hitched up "Liz," I twisted her :
:t.I ear, she gave a scream and we started : ; ; :" ,
.
.y north via Ocala, Gainesville; Lake ;

roads City, "and were Columbus tough between, Georgia Leesbuf The| '1\1;; During the 1921-22 marketing season for Florida- half a million copies of eight.of the l leadfog and most tn"'. : r 'M":' .>tI ,

'y. clad Gainesville on account of, We the ,', '\ grapefruit and oranges; the'' Sealdsweet advertising fluential l .medical and nursing journals the'country ti|;< .>Ht u 7< t : '
road improvements. '
undergoing l.I
"
.. reached Ocala the first day. Between of the coM>peniting Florida growers appeared iff more" The 'advertising'of' no other marketing agency .for...]. i ''t.. ...

V I L High I. very Springs'and sandy. Lake City-the road. than twenty-five million copies of nine of the leading I Florida citrua frufta' was carried by these'periodical'*;:' 'JBet ,-'. I

t'' w. camped the second night "way borne magazines of the United 'States---full color '."': 'LJ.t '/0
"' aidswTOiMorida
:
; down upon'' the Suannee river. This ween November and lJ.UII1Dj -. 'R

','r s: : were ia a beautiful several tourists camp site'staying,.and'there there pages. i in excess of pixwniillion copies.I grapefruit' and orange :adrertisementiF,appeared''; \ ,-7 y'f r: . ., ;

for a'few days. We had good roads :Tieadrertiiair} of 'no oth* .marketing' agency for in approximately sixty million copifci of" two..hon-1 t ; ; : ''t', .
1 In Georgia, and made'good time, although
: I had -.ome'trouble with the .. Florida citrus fruits was carried by any-of these magazines. deed and forty-five of. .the leading. daily newepajferer -*" .. 1 ,:.e ;.

'I:' ,.r fan Georgia belt., between We camped Albany at and Adams Amerieus. ., In the same period the advertising of Sealdsweet Advertising of' other marketing' r amende* for t :fottda '_ I .:; ., ,,; .; .;

From. This Columbus state we is taking crossed interest intoAfebams. Florida grapefruit and oranges appeared in about citrus fruit was :carried in lea than a dally; of the . : '. .,"i...
.. t
;; in its highways, although in some 1l' i'I. I ":! ;

"l,1,..- places as We a result took it was of the rough spring Florida and rains.short badly. route cut up.to Who does 'the Real Advertising of FloridaGrapefniit'and Oranges?-sr- t.t.1 .-.-' &;

Nashville. The road over Sand Mountain I if .
ft., between Gadsden, Alabama, and The Growers who market their friiit Co-ciperatively: .of course ?. ". *iff
,i; Guntersville is rough in several places. : . .
This section of the road is under (, tl
I rt'("' ' fall it ought Early in the history co-operativ marketing in.Florida, tie affiliatinjr growers became/convinced that to as' ;i -;; '" C w+

v ;saes to be almost complete From Gun- make demand for Florida grapefruit and orances keep pace with' increasing. production it would be'necessary for'j.; 't,

;?hi j"is" flooded tersville by to heavy Nashville rains the, but fields the roads were the food and health values to be extensively advertised. \ 'I't.;,.: -..: ,tIn -,

".i i; trouble.were somewhat The farmers dry and were We delayed had no each of the past ten or more marketing seasons therefore these growers have conducted;.educational ,,: "\';J : i

'.J with their crops on account of the advertising campaigns fdr Sealdaweet grapefruit and oranges gradually enlarging. the scope thereof. until they I p .: "..,;,4."

I' (Ii'I r, 1 roads>V>vy ni"OldWKsintuck.our." We roug.hestr. went have covered the greater portion of the. United States. '" ti.. j : '.: :

,,! I': fc-ir that famous cobblestone road At time during'this period has there been consistent advertising effort-on the of other .:
'}', between Bowling Green and Cave no any part marketing. p' ,rY .
City. This road takes all the pleasure agencies for Florid fruits. A careful survey of the .leading advertising mediums of the country summarised ::. "".'+',4_#

.4 '; had out to cross of motoring.-a ford. I thought one place"Liz"we above, shows.eoncludiveiy that, t ..onJy co-operative: citrus marketing agency remains the one factor Adequ'atelT'I.I. !-:. 01 "' &

a1 \'( I Cjfc was going to perform the submarine working to increase consumer demand. ": ';' '
stunt. She in above her knees
,'I'y got
'Ii '; and began to flounder and snort ih That the, advertising done'by the cb-bperating'citrus growers of F1 r cU'bee a good investment for tnemis.conclusively x '. "." 1 1"- ,'
i,} ,,t"t. thought sure she would .top. She be. '"' market \ .
t t'\, gan to limp but finally got out on proved by the fact that in practically every of the country Sealdsweet: grapefruit and' ,. '. : :'

x" t; two legs and then stopped. After'dry.v .- oranges bring' the high: dollar; Often they command a premium of twentT-: v to fifty; cents "a box at wholesale! ,. ': :' J''
;,t.;' ign a few minutes she started off on a -* ,'
because they are efficiently advertised. .
: *. A. .
trot and behaved very well. We found .
ft.!. our best roads in Indiana. We crossed e Do you want your grapefruit;and,oranges Bo advertised that the consumption .- '" . f'
1 into Hoosierdom at Louisville, and \
::I r'r, I from there to Richmond I opened up may absorb the production without reducing prices 'to an unprofitable, level 1 '..' ';.':'\t.. /f.
w the throttle and let her ramble. We 1
\ r ' were nine days eon the road. This Then join The Florida. Giro Exchange and market under the Sealdsweet traslemark-of, bjf|andI, 'fo t'Florida? : : f" 'Y
r completed the fifth round trip with /
cs'r( this car and it is in good trim for an-
4' I"j . &. er. Consult the manager. of the nearest association or sub-Exchange or write the business manager at.Tampa, FlorMa. ,: ;\ t
r to start for the Mid-
i < -.We expect .
J
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" ,." *.?- "CJand city early this fall. It is good ... _. ;.;;, ..,.,.._

.; I,, enough'I receive' for me.The Gazette, every Monday ; r''i'' 'i' '. ,,'

..nd. read it from Alpha to . ? ... ", .1F1o.D t RTI 1.0.' I\ ,
...l Omega.' e. : ;: '" '..;. ... .,. :1 : '. .+,!\'; >
.,,/ Best wishes.-. :' : I .4f'. ,-b'f..M":'" ..: "......1....:'_- ,. : .1'' J
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:, [and split blocks at one for th* sura- "' ,-.\ . .J . '.1,
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k' r92.95 for 120 blocks; split for 'stove /1-" ..- ,>' 1 #' 'r:> J 't A , .. "\ off.,
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>FoUR THE 'KISSlMMEg VALLEY GAZETTE, .FRIDAY JUNE,2,.122IT

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KiSSIMMEE "VALLEY GAZETTE ONLY ONE WAY'TO REFORM 'EM PARK
;,; TRAMMELL:

I rUBJJSHED EVERY FRIDAY THERE seems,to'be one sort of a thief: which;;when Boy WantedSomewhero WANTED"f

BY THE KISSIMMEE: ) ALLEY GAZETTE: COM PANT caught with the goods needs no lawyefand no ,court "
rN KI8BIMMBE. FLORIDA in thla town I*' ' ', Other' remedies or, rather one other remedy is always boy who it a "go-getter" spirit,
W. 8. HARRIS, President available and timely. In the early history of the middie- full of grit and ambition and abso. Write for Prices \'r:
i E. Q. VANS, AONEWsecretary/ west there existed {for some years an era of horse-steal l. lutely honest. We want that bo,..
W. ... THORNDTKB Editor ing, and the practice became as' common for a while a* Ha will b. the only. boagent in Southern Hide ,&, Skin Co. :
?,Hf
i VBaCMirrio.il: RATES is the stealing of automobiles at the present time..; Then 9.6'dr this WEEKLY town for the famous MOVIE >!

t One ,Copy, One Year__?............._..__.__..____.$1.00 : the residents of what was known as ?the wild and woollywest" work after MAGAZINE.achool and other' He will Dealers la Hides, Pars, Weal., Affifater .
... Cop '. BIX Month_. _... ....._________, 1.ot sparetime. .
l One Copy.) Three Month?.._...?.-?..-.-.--____.__._.. adopted method which stopped the thieving. Therewas a His paywill be what he Skins, Beeswax, Tallow, Etc. *..
no trouble about ,the remedy-and no time lost in Ace makes It; betides fine prizes and
(EnUrad at the aa .Pontofne.con<-cl>M at matter.KUslmmee) Florida applying it. Any man riding a horse for which he could v kq' free Mori, Ticket When he JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .
re not show a bill of sale properly signed witnessed, sealed T s ab make food he will be promoted.
.&ll communication except: from authorized correspondents If you are between 14 and 19 yean of'
.
mu.t be signed by the writer. and delivered immediately took lessons in an aerial shimmy ti oW determined to "....k. cood"and
i JUJected.matter will be returned etlled for. .-and the result completed his career. ,
truly think are the boy for :
.
That is practically the only. way in which the auto this Job, then apply by letter to iu sjakkly. sieves Celds.; Ceasbpa.tioa g
l J THE"'ERICANPRESSASSOClATJON F.reIertl.tn.. HcprMMitattv* I thief can be eliminated in this country. tyo man ,can Mr. L I Gilbert, "Personal" 3d RjuetuaeM and, Headaches. A I
floor 119' West' 40th Street New Fine Teale. ',j
plead that he took the wrong car by mi.take-Ior no man ,York .City. Give full details of Ii

r FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1922 can drive for even a short distance without,.bOwing any. past selling experience; :your There isn't anything living or dead .
er whether or not he has his own car--even if the car takenis age: parent' full name and bus is filthier. more vulgar, less r- ....
rr of the ..ame"m.le as his own. The automobile thief mass; your school grade and. _at --lDore-4estructlve--tc.-lifa-than--
;: it-a-.callaw f-of deep-d sign-and is always backed"' '1ea.t"'two-t ferenc... the house fly. ivory one killed ia j.
IIIIIIT by those who share the profits and avoid the dangers. spring means several million less In
ti- BIBLE [FOR IBIS WEEK These men should receive the same treatment when Subscribe for Ot. VaDey G. tte.1 I mid-summer. So get to swatting. :

tiJ "caught with *he 'goods" a* did the old-time horse thief. FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR -
Then and not till that time, will the prevalency to *grab A SECOND TERM

A MORNING PRAYER:-Create,in me a clean heart, a car and get away with it" be lessened; and there will PARK TRAMMELL WILL WORK .

O God; and renew a right spirit within me.Psalm 61:10. be fewer can run into the ditch and ruined when_ thecriminals for ner' lower Education freight-bin r rates'T.ilroad; Smith-Tow-mileage If t W1'IIa CUATUT AUTOMOMLK YAWn INmtit Alft ./CAr -.--;

'THE' -' LORD IS GOOD' :='O taste and;see" th.Llhe seekto: lee how,far'they can"carry a jolte 5 ** books;: lease Mussel Shoals .to Ford;
h Lord is good: blessed Is the man that trusteth in him. and other good measures. 1 '
. Psalm 34: 8. RAILWAYS SHOULD BEAUTIFY GROUNDS HE WILL WORK.AGAINST THE \ / "0
vdt ious antl-lynching bill: high tariff ;

I 1 IN orKpotash; and other baa measures. f'. Ip'o-wNII .4J..u..u-..., .. s.:.!;
WHY SO GREAT DIFFERENCE THE COST
THERE should by all means be an endeavor on the HE IS AGAINST the return of the
ia1,;NW ***:II.-**s4 tfHmg AM w
part of all railways entering and running through Florida saloon in any form, is also AGAINSTthe
IN Lake county there ha just been awarded a road to render its stations attractive by putting .in nice so-called "Sanity League" Instigated I
the AMERICAN BREWERS :'
'contract at figure so modest at to incite comment overall shape the area surrounding those buildings. It shouldnot (operating by at Jacksonville), its main )I IT

the ttale. A. road building in this county it so much be the part of the citizens to see that such improve- object being to work",to. JfCt men to "
in the this and there ments be made-unless, after the railway had done what- the Senate and House who are against, three .. 1
I public ,eye at time ai are so many cars ,
ever it deemed needed to beautify, the general public prohibition. ONLY /
tentative demands for better road and Osceola '
as FREIGHT RATES INCREASED
should feel that another sum of money was necessary for '
county i is just completing the molt expensive piece of beautification. Throughout the north and west it is the lion sixty-seven dollars in percent guaranties in Florida paid ,to a railroads bil-- bodies entirely J

road probably, that has ever been constructed in the universal practice for the railways to do this-and thereis from the taxpayers' money are built of f
, ; state-all points being considered comparison of costs no outlay called for by the residents of any city. In some of the disastrous results 0/ the steel.
* will Florida, where so much can be done in the beautifyingat RAILROAD BILL TRAMMELL
. prove interesting.The so little expense-the'chief.coat being.the-installation FOUGHT AND VOTED AGAINST. One costs you $2500 1
road to be constructed extends from Astor, on Trammell wanted the railroads returned :
the Saint Johns river, through Summit and Pitman Altoona !- of an irrigating .y.tem-the corporations are perfectly to owners but not by a law "
a distance-of nineteen-mile, tot-miles'of which willing to aJJoaIpremnbe.atifiedrid. then;aUrwi-tke.entr'ag..naiiscts.a.. one900,- and the, '. :
'
there-'shall ,be nocost attached,to thetcarefaLrraisways. in. fref2llt-- rates Trammell' opponent -
will be surfaced with shell and nine with clay. The
right-of-way will be cleared sixty-six feet, the roadway At Lake Wales the women of the place are to spend one asks he the fought voters this to bill.punish Some railroad himbecause I other is '-:.. '.. <.** 'e :
will be feet wide and thousand dollars in ,making more attractive holdings of --,-
twenty-four the surfacing will be owners also want him punished. p.
fifteen feet wide. the Atlantic Coast Line-for which act the railway after 'THIS CHARGE against Trammell

1 ,. In the contract there are included forty-six cast-iron careful examination-has "granted permission." And has just as much merit as any other -., ,-.... -
i culverts and a pressure-treated creosoted timber bridge civic pride is the incentive for the work being undertaken. him charge his opponent has made against ,/. ?

320 feet long with a sixteen-foot roadway. The grade WITH THREE BILLION dollars adjusted -
includes 110.000 cubic yards of grading. There is one WHAT IS A DAILY PAPER> compensation already paid to im

hill 120 feet high that will be cut to a five percent grade. railroads and contractors, Trammellwill
The roadway goes through a thirteen-mile swamp, in one IN speaking of this proposition the following from not turn his back on the heroes

mile of which there is 12.000 cubic yards of fill. the Miami Metropolis is of interest: who saved. His the mind republic is open at to a the fair battlefront and

The contract price of $130.000 has been made for the The publisher of an afternoon paper, six daysin just consideration of their cause. He
t entire completed job. and an acceptable surety bond has the week in western state, refuses to make a has not pledged himself to any pending "_It
been put-up. These figures include the engineering costs. government statement of circulation and ownershipas measure on this subject and the
statement made to the contrary by .. i.. T.Mde
Lake *
? county papers say: required of "daily"papers, claiming that as his his opponent is absolutely untrue. TOURING' . .SSSO
The work will meet the requirements of the state newspaper is not issued seven days in a week it is THE INSIDIOUS EFFORT of ROADSTER . f SO 1
and federal highway commission, so that in future not a "daily." And it is said the test is to be madein Trammell's opponent to make it appear owns. . , asoBDAN
yF years the grade or alignment will be acceptable to the courts. This unique contention will be watched that Trammell was not friendly . , . aSLUPFER \
them. The supervision of County Engineer Heller to President Wilson because he votedas
} by the press of the country with unusual interest. his dictated is inkeeoina
will be as strict as that of federal supervision and own judgment
when completed it will stand as a monument of efficiency While{ _upon this t topic the. following, may: throw! some I ATTEMPTS... : with! his to many! ,other! the.UNFAIR voters & PRATHER

in road making at price that has hgnt. In the 9Us. in Colorado: there was a long electionlegal I Trammell prejudice, who KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
a not one against was always .. .
1 cent of graft or favoritism or politics in it. which was carried ninety days or thirteen weeks by: I friendly toward Wilson and voted in ,-" -- ,--
t. ,Those who have ridden over the roads of Lake coun- both dailies and weeklies-given out at the discretion of f harmony with his views dozens of
have only words of for the the state officials. The notice occupied twenty inches and I times. At the beginning of the war i
ty ,praise manner in which
:C ., "they hold in weeklies the bills were turned in at $140 each, and I many patriotic citizens differed as .f
up. the '
between the and ,
volunteer system ---- -- -
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in the dailies at $910 each. The Denver Times, an afternoon :
Osceola i. ; ,
county now hastening to complete the : draft plan.
4) cross-state highway to-the Brevard county line-a completion six-days-a-week paper, received the notice..and. TRAMMELL'S OPPONENT will .
proceeded to run it in each issue-:-a total of seventy- no doubt keep his knocks and unfair -
: which will be finished by the state road department up ..;- :I.;
-c only'after this La.<' the balance of seven, times; then put in ,a bill of $780.: The bill was methods until the polls are closed 6" / I.q
county expended.
l>it the voters will not be-mislead by MEAL ;\
the' funds on hand. This'road will be 'an eight-foot road: not allowed by the attorney-general. Byron L Carr upon such tactics. Vs

that it, the brick will be laid that width, and good shoulders the grounds that the 'Times could put in a bill only on REPORTS FROM ALL parts of the
will practically add another six feet-still narrower the basis of a .weekly; and that the extra five insertions State indicate that Trammell will be
i } by,a foet than the one in Lake county each week could) not ,the counted as of any weight. The re-elected by a very large'matority.
There about miles of this Times carried the fight to the supreme court and that SIX YEARS ago Trammell's opponent -
are twenty-nine rMd. and
claimed the State and did not
work has been court upheld the decision of tf e attorney-general; thus
intervals sevorat
going on at for
year carry a county. Now, as then, his
Unless; the state shall greatly lower the cost of the two establishing the fact that a "daily"paper to be a daily claims will not come true. WIGLETr
or three miles.; which it,will build to complete it. there will must be published each day. Commonly speaking, however PARK TRAMMELL IS PROFOUNDLY -
be aa aggregate cost of about $550.000-or a cost per an evening paper is termed a d.ily.cven: thoughit GRATEFUL TO HIS
mile of about has no Sunday edition. SUPPORTERS AND WJL, SINCERE- I
IIp $19,000-as compared with less than $7000 Y APPRECIATE EVERY VOTE
en die Lake county highway It is true that the road-in r CAST FOR HIM ON TUESDAY, '
this county is nri..urfaced-lOme with brick and some MISS HUNTS FRIENDS ARE PLEASED JUNE 6. dEi
with a sorTof asphalt which hat rapidly'deteriorated and (Political' Advertisement) _- ,

I needs frequent repairing-while the $7.000 a mile road THAT was a long-drawn-out case-the suit brought Dropping nearly 100 feet over a '
has both clay,and shell surface; but it may be noted that by Miss Helen Hunt,against Lincoln J. Hulley and Stet- cliff: into a 15 foot snow-bank, a New .
the last mentioned road has large demands in the way of son University -and the people of the entire state are 'tfrsev: man was dug out and found to 1

,. bridges?, grading an road required in but a small amount. It is also commonly much gratified also that the plaintiff in the case was a d tGVM

ielteved'that the clay and shell road -will, if properly winner. The evidence as adduced in the recent trial ,I EG'M
eared for give as great a satisfaction a. the brick--and would seem to indicate that no reason exists for a reversalof PERF
much greater than the road commonly termed "asphalt," the opinion of the lower court and while the case I I I Willson &: Aultman

What ,is the explanation of so vast a difference in may long await the decision of the supreme court of the 'I
the cost of the. two roadways T The !highways traverse state there is little doubt that the findings of the lower

a, p, territory but sixty miles apart and it f is true that court will be sustained Miss Hunt has a great number Real EstateAND

there is a difference in the surfacing; but would it not of friends-more, probably, than have ever seen her- Satisfies the sweet teoth !
nave been far'better for Osceola county to have constructed and aU because of the action of Lincoln J. Hulley many ,

i several 1 years ago a marl-surfaced road (and it i..asserted !years ago. INSURANCE -... and aids appetite and digestion. :
M by men who know that vast quantities of marl arew s
found convenient to the right-of-way) fifteen feet wide, is called ATTENTION of the board of county commissioners i 11 I Darlington Aveque Cleanses mouth'and teeth. :i
to one matter regarding the East Lake road 0. w
: properly crowned and well-rolled, aid, thereby saved a ::1 b'
t lars-e 'of Tft which has not yet been settled When the road and bridge KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
amount boon
money A great to smokers .
were first proposed there were promises made that the _
will be noticed that the
Lake quotation above taken commissioners'would be aided to the extent of one thousand relieving-hot dry mouth. i'
& horn,,h county paper I lays special stress upon the ,
dollars the
fact guarantee being made by Dr. Phillip Y.+
Phillips, who made a passionate appeal to the board that Combines pleasure and "
,that there has not been one ,cent of graft or favor. .
4t .,. itism or polities in it (the the road should be put through. Dr. Phillips promised H.
contract or the road). benefit. '
five hundred cJoII.-wI wu'
k ,1 Older residentt'who kept a sort of watch on the from Pat / : additional aucme ted by a promise Clayjttanford Y I I
Johnston'for hundred
an two and
first '
"j contract let for'I.. Saint .
.Cloud-Melbourne
4 have BO hesitation in asserting, that "craft and favorit road. fifty dollars. The balance was to be raised by Dr. Phil- c Don't miss the joy of the _

*t J i ism 'aad. politics" functioned very strongly in the per sioners lips. The' matter has .once bee. mentioned in commie t1 new WRIGLEFS f-K-the sugarcoated .
formance. There for i.eetieg-but so far as reported no ca.has, Life Fire '
lowed the contractor were for over-LauJ.-auma instance enormous. sums al been paid u..nd,that""thou&aDd dollars is. it is understood peppermint tid bit! ,
an ruaning ur> :
f" still from the ,
missing county cash book. Wouldit
iato the thousands; and it is a matter of record that each and
not be a good,plan to take'' action and collect that -
f .*e of these claims was paid against the advice of the attorney *
t money} From reports current the bridge and causewayare !
for the board who declared .
they were illeal.Dd in need AccidentInsurance "
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'.stir Iy foreign to the contract under which the work ? .f' .. a.

r T' was done. "Some of the members' of the board followed IN Chicago there .is now existing an appalling condition . "'" .'
"''t- ;". the advice of the attorney and voted against the allowance brought about. bye'rofth actions oT labor unions u' colr ..ts

.: .f these'aliened illegal claims-.but the majority of the and there is. .possibility thai the city may be almost ,

board agreed that so:long as the money held out some "wiped out" by the crazed and determined work of revengeful

i'/ .. -ftil ... might as welt get it while the getting was good. ,bigots...Labor cIe... born to-'benefit all the '

The fact remains that what. are called "asphalt" road world have .beea4'4 allowed in,the: Iat..three: ,lecades tothnut.tLeif'.DIIpOIIbona'upoII'aU ,REAL ESTATE. .ANDRENTALS -. JUICY FRU1TC29

,*-hicb are. not actually asphalt roads.-are expensive ; classes) because of the ".. / it

" .'. .ri.M.afa.lrittsdl ...hBvedt-bviek Toads are mapuftemtr rancid leaden -who .U.i oLuiasd ee.t.ol, .,uj BJIIUU. I ., ....,..,.. 6JJ'n. t
-H-- _tILe.; ;cost >, almost?prohibitive freight add. aoWeidy istratiortsaa'" become";a'":puppet :,in'their"hands-.becauseeach ", ,
'";,' to-the expense;' but m good marl l ,road of heavy party. wanted that vote ana) support;" and now the : > ;;
stiefatess.; roBed, and egivea '. penetration coat and a entire 'country'is' payjng\ : for the bines 'shown in 'dealing I Offc OverQsceela "If''tor' f

"" Loa treatment will bring good results. at a .minimum! i with such:people. .Unionism; .is 'receiving its death III' '
_,.asp, jVi.etsat'thousaad'dollar4' ; i mile G too much tof I blow and sometime congress and. the administration. ,will BaBkv+.<.rf . l CMy ,. k li1j

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'. *- i it.bated upon that policy.. If we can't help you fgure out a better profit from their claims has made the Purina Mills the largest milling organization of ill kind in th* ,.
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.". feeding them, we'have no right to expect'your business. world. .' ,-,-__ t Sl. ,

All/we ask it a chance'to>> figure with'yo -not just, on the-coit of feed, but on the cost The Purina system of feeding challenges every)' feed and 'system, of feeding of wh whatever .

#' .. .of.Tesults.We-waat to show yon low to..Jower-th. cost-of production per pound of fleslu-_-- nature.nature.home-grown-or-commel'.- The decsion: ijj .to; be- based tp -on-yourNET--* PRO-* ;-. ",' ; 'c,
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,+ your egg basket, of on your-weigh-ticket. Purina Chows are delivering the proof day good on that basis. .Your Profit must com first tlheD our*'com*. at a matter of course.So .

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We don't e XFct you to Stop feeding your home-grown crops. But we do want to show you the difference; between feeding an unbalanced home-grown, ration. and properly .. .. <..

DI balancing it up with Purina Chows. .Let's both get rid of any set notions we might have. in regard to feeding, and! get down to brass tacks and prove. our points.r We're ready.
o' How about you? Come talk it over. We won't do so very much talking. We II.let'.thePurinaSy.temdothe'mostofit. f z' :..- .. .""'. '. \-, . : :

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I PURINA CHICKEN CHOWDER is a poultry feed balanced to be fed with PURINA I '.;. ;
1 BABY.CHICK CHOW (Chick Feed) or PURINA HEN CHOW (Scratch Feed). Sold ""* '- '
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: PURINA i O-MOLENE is a heavy grain ration composed chiefly of.cracked corn and i ;. 1s.

Telephone. Us flushed guarantee oats It improves the_ condition of horses and mules and is sold. under that FLORIDA FEED. ....STORES v

PURINA PIG a combination rof pork-forming element that comply with '.-
II 218 the most CHOWcis and scientific knowledge of swine feeding. Indispensable 306 BroadwayPURINA '. :f'; 't
for breed sows and pigs. Used by the best breeders and feeders .. .

PURINA CALF CHOW for calves. PURINA PIGEON CHOW for pigeons and .. ' aru...M

PURINA CHICKEN FATENA for poultry fattening ...% '# ':'
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k Shaves, ta,; IUUI'CUtSIXI; cmldreni5c For rent: Nicely furnished cool Ralph Hicks Bearden and Mi ss Ma- at four o'clock, .however Mr. !made. '. .erg,may''b*' added" fronr< ..,tlm. to,
: Thzz-i I ; at Casino Barber Shop. 18-t airy flats at summer rates. Located belle Louise Ryan were married at street will be glad to give o..er-1 time. Be very careful to allow .,at ,
'over The. Gazette office. W. B. Harris. Miami on, Tuesday and will make ,
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The regular monthly session of the tf their home in that city: The groom' is will be a large attendance. 1I two' Inches- of the,..aolutio.to' ., .
cover the at all times.
county commissioners will take place eggs ,
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Mrs.
son Caroline V. of
Bearden. a
PE11 N ... next Monday morning. I The Baptist Young People's Union 805 Emmett street Kissimmee, and I Place the crock containing'the pri
( : will have for its theme Sunday even- has' host of friends in this served eggs' in a"oot, dry place, away
'1. r Had debts collected or no pay. Results "Others." The meeting' will beheld where a he formerly resided city I Home, Demonstration! Column from. .they sunlight; twvfl covered to J'
Mrs. James H. Johnston is entertaining guaranteed. J. M. Willson, district at,the Baptist church at. seven. I I [prevent .evaporation.>> ( Waxed paper
her sister, Mr, R. S. Reese, manager. 15-tf i tI I'' ,I i'i'M .. 'F, C.: Session and daughter' I MISS AU3INA 8MITH i covered over and tied around tM top
has
< This been the "driest" campaign I of the crock will .
Mrf. Willie Barclay, both of Jacksonville answer this puroW*
d of Jacksonville S i: -T> disy evening' will. be the .
je looked at from an anticardiac point of have been relatives in }
fi In need of repairs date of the regular, monthly meeting view-which has ever been held In' Kissimmee.. Mrs.visiting Sessions Is sisterof To Preserve Eggs Water Glass fire** Tomato MW *.
If car
your of the council Whether) it will Use one quart of sodium' silicate to One tomatoes ainafxonions
city Osceola aBeed
county. The -soil has, however peck ,
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.at Mrs.-W. of.122 Main
r" phone BjuPont Peak nine of water that has been .
quarts -
2Mf be postponed till the following evening received plenty of moisture. sliced and"covered 'with r one
street andof'George S.' Sessions of t
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boiled and cooled Place the mixturein
bee not been stated.; I cup of'.&1t. over'.night; .th n boir in
I Three and ne-half) holidays this 421 Brack street and the three a five-gallon crock or jar that hast (
For Sale: Good horse and light on. quart vinegar and two quarts .of
truck or will exchange for property. The Graves House now has a few week for the banking' brethren. Tues- have not been together for thirty-five been thoroughly,cleaned, scalded,and II water for fifteen minute Then drain'
Nelson; Realty Company. x vacant rooms. Now l is your chanceto day, Memorial Day; Thursday after- years allowed to>> dl'YStir mixture thor- I and..add, oLbrowrt.sugar.iov.s?;eels t
get in on monthly rates for room noon; Saturday birthday.and anniversary Cl: S. Acree, candidate for nomina- oughly. This will\ be sufficient to cry seed mustard sd ground mas-
Luther Farmer, of Griffin, Georgia and board. 25tf of Jefferson Davis; Sunday. tion as. representative upon the democratic preserve fifteen dozen eggs and -will, tard seed V and allspice(,.'' two?pounds
is guest of the family of his serve as a guide for- the quantity I each 'and
Mrs w.. L. Thormlyke is eJlPected'lto There will be'nopreaching at ticket, is making a very act. ; two quarts of vinegar.'Cook
morning needed to number of '
Farmer. larger
brother. Carson ive preserve I Iec&8. thtrty'minute. and seal.while..boilingihot.
campaign throughout the county,
I reach Kissimmee today, after a visit service next Sunday at either the C .
The offices or Ur. TV. L. Winn are of several weeks with her sonse in Baptist, Methodist, or Presbyterian and expresses himself as very confi. The eggs should be placed In the'1 '
only in Saint Cloud. Eugene, Oregon. Miss Mattie Belle churches-those planning to dent that the number of his supporters I '
new located pastors solution. If sufficient eggs are not] Happy the who knows h* ean/t
in Odd Fellows Harris left for Jacksonville on Wed- be at the entertainment is being increased every day. Mr. man.
Phone 122. Office present givenat obtainable when the solution) is, first tell a funny ,; others, too. ,
.block. 12tf. nesday to meet and return with her. the school auditorium.A Acre has served two terms in this .. ..... .- .. . .,.. -- '
position and brought back with him -0---- -.- ---- "--OP... ..
The Misses McNeill, Margaret and Commencing next week and continnins section .of Brack street has been an honorable record.
*Foda. having completed their terms. until there is promise of better parked off to prevent all wheel traffic -
as teachers in the schools of Ocala, business the Casino will show but I between Park and Bass streets Mr. and Mrs. W.. L. Marter, of
are ones more at home with their parents three days in each week-Mondays, I for the past several days. Guy C. AJ- Brack street, with their 'family, are CASINO THEATRE: ;
on Brack street. Wednesdays and Saturdays. During: en, who has long been a sufferer from planning to leave Kissimmee next " ,
the past several month. the class ofpictures serious illness Has been lying at the Tuesday for a month's vacation at i i V ; <*
John Lee, ,Junior, is home from the shown have been superior to point of death northern points-making,Philadelphia Week Commencing MondayJune.5' \I,.
Georgia Military academy, where he those of previous dates-but the patronage ,their headquarters. They will make :
successfully graduated. Mrs. Roy L. has been very light. The Christian Endeavor meeting of ,the trip by automobile, and will be ac
Starbird and Mrs. J. M. Lee were the Christian church will be held at companied by a second car carryingMr. '. -
present at the graduation exercises, -Tired, over-worked, run-down men seven o'clock Sunday evening. The -and Mrs. J/ H. Reed, of Reed's *: .
and returned.to Kissirmaee with him. and women find in Tanlac just what I theme will be "Better Friendship ;,Bakery, who will extend their jour MONDAY ,." '. they need to regain health .and .and as it is to be a consecration meeting ney as far as Pittsburg. Mr. Marteris BARGAIN"' A '. ; S's
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Tfer Rent: two-story six-room strength. Central Drug Store,. all are urged to take a Bible anda general manager of the Mach Bro'thers < ? '
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houseunfurnished, on Dixie Highway '
friend. '! garage: --and is going well .'
TWO SHOWS FOR ONE ADMISSION f ,
-408 Main street Apply at of- Some wofk'on" Church and Mabbette ((loaded with cards advertising Kissim
fiee of The Gazette, or at 301 Main I| street in the way of smoothing down Mis. W. J. Waring, of 500 South 'mee .and Osceola county. Biggest Value Ever Offered in'' Motion Picture* !I'"f :" '
street. the roughest of the rough'lIJOts com Dhkoa avenue, who has been confinedto '"Watch' Your Step," with Cullen Landis and Patsy Ruth Miller:"'"\" '. .'
t Been menced on Monday and continued on her home by illness for the past I Attorney Z. Bass is planning to remove Episode. No. 2.GoGetH..cIa." :: : ' .
who has ,
Mrs. William Quina, Tuesday-but frequent showers prevented I I nine weeks, was thought to be improving from Kissimmee in about two ',.'.
,*visiting in Kissimmee has returnedto steady occupation. Yet even but a change has been noted and weeks provided he can close his business .Leather Pushers. No. Oa..- V J
her home at Linden, Florida, accompanied with the little work carried on there her condition is again reported as prior to that time--and will l locate .
by her sister Miss Hazel i is shown a vast improvement. very, serious. -Lakeland Star. .at New Smyrna,where there is : ; ';
Bass and her nephew, Leroy Simp WEDNESDAYy' V'
I i evidenced a very satisfactory growthin ; .
.Alt eon Albert WJ Gilchrist,candidate for the Leonard Williams and family and both the business and residential '"
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in Kissimmee William Wbolhetter and all With a Special SLO Thursday 'of Same Feature' ,
United States senate was -{i family, section. Mr. Bass has an excellent ..
You can bring the color ,to yourcheeks and Osceola county yestei-day! .of,Loughman passed through Kissim (f of
of health to clientele in 'Bunnell as well as other'J'Olnts ; GLORIA SWANSON and RUDOLPH VALENTINO w.
and the sparkle 1 ,
his friends. this morning nroute-- to their
greeting some of many : mee near New Smyrna, and with -
Tour eves by taking Tanlac. Central* lie is making strenuous campaign, summer bom at Daytona'Beach. Mrs.: the promise of good business' at the "BEYOND THE ROCKS"''. '

Drug: Store, and feels confident of his election-. Woolhetter Is daughter of- Mr. and latter point he feels assured that the. A Love Romance of Kearwarmmg Appeal .'Story Youll. Never

Rev. A. Miller, who comes from the position he is seeking Mrs. .Williams, move will be a benefical one In a .Forget. Marvelously, Acted and, ProducecL 'r ',, $fl
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Johnson City, Tennessee, will Kissimmee com- F.: II.: Ludlow; who formerly ,livedin I The many friends of the Wat financial way. : ALSO ,,*"- < .
mence his pastorate over the is will be ,,
several of
Kissimmee for. :years sons, formerly Kissimmee *. 'v
Christian church Sunday evening located in Laredo, Texas, from to learn that John W. Watson "EXIT, QUIETLY"
now pleased
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and a general invitation ex- which point he never neglects to keep has returned to his Miami home, I WOWS CLUB NOTES i iI "-'
tended all churci-going people to be J >
up his subscription to The Gazette. bringing the news that' Mrs. Watson; '
at the service. Paul l .Stanley! SATURDAY 'I
present He forwards.anintereatiag'articl." on who recently underwent a major op- -'JTrs. J

R. J. Kiehpaugh, of West Palm the eradication of .the. cattle tick, ''eration at a Baltimore hospital, I is i The regular monthly meeting of; You Will Have Another:Bid Da,.- -Three Picture for One Admission.: :
) .Beach, retired capitalist and of high which will appear in these columns. convalescing- a 'satisfactory man. I tile Wlomn."s Club .will be held at theChapterhouse JAN OF BIG SNOWS" '' .
... 'degree In all Masonic circles, was in You tn make no*mistake in foUlowing. ner. I o'clock-Tuesday THE
at four -
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. .Kisnmme. for.an hour on IntheShriners''abowinr"of'Saturday. ..the restored, advice.'to of health. millions and happiness who. Mrs.- Ethel ,Saunden. of Alligator 1 afternoon,. when Rev. ,William, A Hudson Bay Story 'of:.Romance and Action by the Greaiest'Autho; ft'
"' route to Sanford to participate have been Central DrugStore Lake, left on Wednesday for Lakeland I Landtes wit give, a'full outline.of. the of Outdoor Dramas. . '
) : Mr. ?by. ,Tanlaq' where she will visit relatives,: Boy .Scout*,' movementwhlchiit ts< *' : ,-. ALSO I .,
r Kishpaugh,was .accompanied; Mrs.Kishpaogh and will ,then, go northward, stoppingfor hoped,.Jdll be.-oo.l\.organised in Like:! EATON aad '
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and their three children, I, ;;:,)teYjl. A. Button niert.rnecl an es-* a few days at Baldwin< From that' simmee. All women having sons and v M .
all of whom wen visitors at the officeS peelally( large audience Sunday mornin -. point Mrsr i Saondeis.. will '.leave, to: whQ',...* Interested Tri"this,'movement; ,:, -, 'TXEE AMD EASY;"' :" > >
', S J of Th"*. Gazette.*. .>4T .-tT**? *'>,/ iir' at the Baptist --church when h.pre&ehecl spend th* summer'with relatives tat arc most cordially,'invited to b* pees: "J During" the, month' of Juns wwillj..,show only dues-days per'weeknamely'Monday : -i '
direetly-to the old soldiers Gettysburg: ,. Pennsylvania; in'various mtt rf MesdsnleaMM1NiidkrPugE'" ,and \._ :.
: fore aad-id the afternoon the Grand*Army points in .Ohio, and,"wilt then,return;: N ewJ.J, (.Will tbi Jlo.te_.,.,C.. ,-? ,:-- 'Wednesday'aDd l4Satllrda1;,.. I""oDe. matinee-ivill.. : .
X.''In Florida..-delivered 'atyoar door hall at Saint Cloud was filled to'over, .t* Gettysburg, from''which' '- )1e she.' A*.was .announcedJ In' last 'week'sCazetteJo1tn ,be'girto.daily-starting at four 0 dock. "' "
""morning).at-a .price I lwr flowing, when the ,pastor'addressedthe ,will retumto KUalmmee; {Mr.. Saun-i Ovarstreet offered to : ..f'.4'o"'t, : J t"0'; ,'.
X";might,ever or ,beforsv, Satisfaction'gnar-! told .salidiersimthst. ; ''city.j ;' +.HUtalks den deeply regretted,that sh*. could, show1,the .W mell .how:>to .male -out .EY DI"I. ituliaf 7:30., aad,, e.;. :;JLo.. oda. ih..h.. "' .
; than ecl 'and .VC tf anteed.::Sanitary palry; ; Led Boproprietor.RrCaU v wer* highly praf ; : : ;ItirIh' .f .. _ .
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,j Ladies' Sport Hats, fall $C.OO Values, for $I.. S' Made by Schloss Brothers & CompanySCHLOSS '
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.. WITH ALL 'THE NEW MODELS BROTHERS A: COMPANY HAVE BEEN MASTER TAILORS FOR MORE THAN FORTY !.

YEARS, AND THEIR GOODS ARE KNOWN THE WORLD OVER.

.We have just received fifty Remnant Rolls which we are offering at One Dollar the Roll.
WE.HAVE A SPLENDID LINE' OF THESE GOODS IN PALM BEACH TROPICAL WORSTEDS, ,AND
and will be pleased with them.,
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., Some Splendid Values in HOUSE DRESSES-at 'from"S : ot'O $275if:

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In one of the advertisement on this or the opposite page a word
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wer.the A contest.slogan can be sent in for any of the advertisers representedin i Grantham Furniture Company \

The Merchant & Farmer. Bank family But each one week.answer blank will be allowed' to be filled from any one HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNISHINGS

+ Webster's be used for the STOVES RANGES, AND TALKING MACHINES
' of Kittimmee Dictionary must correct spelling off!
the words.- All slogans not to exceed five words! and must be new --
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answer, sealed in an envelope EVERYTHING TO FURNISH
Kc' has one fundamental purpose-to extend and broaden its usefulness All answers most be in not later than Thursday noon, 12 o'clock. THE HOME, FROM PIT TO DOME ) )
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Eight prizes are offered: $20.00 first prize, $10.00 second prize home. If so, we shall be glad to serve you.
p The Merchants and Farmers Bank, of Kissimmee. is a great bank be- '5.M third prize. ,4... fourth pri... $3.00 fifth prize $2.00 sixth prize.
'1.00 seventh price $1.00 eighth prize.
it i is useful bank. We not only shall serve but shall under-
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NINTH WEEK, JUNE 2, 1922 Reduction

h H Most uses of Headache that come to us are distinctly traceable to ADDRESS' _._______________?_________________.________________ --- 1

\ \ Defective' Eye-Sight or Weakened Eye Muscles. Our careful examination NAME -___-__-__________.____________________-___________Ie-

,, t will disclose any trouble. The Misspelled Word: is_____________________________.._________,? We are giving a cake. of Palm-

1 r tl4 in the Advertisement of___..?_.__.__.___.._.----.-------.---.. P110on .1 % olive soap with each Large-

\: ;:: {. E, SANDERSON, Optometrist t "_:My 5 word slogan Is-______*.' _________--____.;;__.______________ . Size bottle- of Palm. Olive Sham-
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,J{,' 4<* ; ..26BroadwayW. -+s . Phone 289't ; 'lpoO. pay
,,' <." ,:\'7-t: '. r' "'i r u'aj't' '. . oS : office. sealed in an envelope not later Ulan NEXT THURSDAY NOON. % Women' ''Apron 'and dtteAndl'get; 7 ;
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is going on fine some items we NEATEST PLACE OF THE KIND IN CENTRAL FLORIDA
have sold out of, but will have r- It GOODS SHOES MEN'S FURNISHINGSAND
more in a few days.If NOTIONS 4"rKSSIMMEE
you have not attended thisgreat We try to give service of the very best to our patrons in orderto .
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event you are not treat
the of
keep name our shop on top.
ing yourself and your pocket-
book right. Our Shoe Shine department will give service that talks for itself. .oo. oO.O'OOO' .CO.40t".O. -
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., t EXTRA SPECIAL Our Cigar department will try and handle all of the best brandsof oo.oo.O'.OOC OO ".HU ..O 00.0.040 CO...
: Boys' Shoes up to $8 grade, going cigar; and cigarettes-and give the best service.
at $1.98 $2.98 and $3.98. "
, '" These are wonderful bargains.! 'IF THERE IS ANYTHING THAT WE CAN ADD TO OUR +

NEW LOT OF DRESSESand SERVICE IN THE WAY OF PERPETUALLY PLEASING OUR
Times When You new piece-goods for your'
,r inspection. Come in as soon as PATRONS WE SHOULD BE GLAD TO RECEIVE SUGGESTIONS When was the last time you
Appreciate Your you can. When :you don't trade treated the folks to some ice Kissimmee.
sy' ; y, with us we both lose money. FROM THEM. cream, huh? Well how about
, Brunswick Most giving them a surprise by taking -
home a quart. of Tampa's
famous Frozen-Rite Tee Cream, Plumbing Shop
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Did yon ever stop to think McCauley's Dep't. Store The Manhattan Muck full of fruit? A different .
a that a phonograph is on* of .flavor each day with Vannilla sHs BsnnnnnnnnnHglg g gfllHgHgttgMnHBgMi *

M; the few things you can buy Sells It For Les.SERVICE an the time I And it i. only 50c Plumbing, Heating, Repairs |i i
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a quart pints 25c dish 10c
that arc' good 365 days in the ; ; ;
f' .. year, rain or shine O.O.OO..OO ...o...... .ooo.oo..ooo.o.o o.ooo ..o o.o.oo o..o..oo. cone 6c. Frozen sodas 6c. We Special la
Sandwiches lOc; pie 6c the quar-
.... ,Not to own a phonograph or . . . . . . .UWWLflflflt- . . . ter. All 20c cigarettes two | Contracting &:Repairing( '
-f' to boy ODe without first hear ...OOO..O.O ........... .00..0 o.O.0.ooo.000 to.oo .9.999'V99"9V. 99999991 packages for ?5c; $1.60 a car- ,

"' Ing The Brunswick. he. accepted -THS.People's :- ton. Roasted peanuts, hot all And we Guarantee all Work to .
the
QUALITY AND SERVICE i iI time 5c. Other articles in
\. .- : phonograph of the '5c & 10c Store proportion. Courtesy and Ser- Give Satisfaction. No matter
: ; musical world-is a mistake [ l I Is what you always get atF1 vice Theatre.our motto. Next Casino how small or large the job callus
and we'll be at your service.

nA ,Casino Candy and
Phone 143

Y1 ., +i,' Silkateen.N. T. Crochet Silkeen Cotton and O.___5e t. G. in C i[ Sandwich ShopNow .


yr ti1r GRRAGE A G [ Wide Men's Hair Pen Checked Ribbon .per Pants yd.15c$1.25 I Under New Management +

Bath Towels ____:1..______ISeLadies' THANKS AWFULLY!
; EMMETT ST. PHONE 171 White Stocking. Fancy and i FamilyGROCERY '. -. OOOt.'Otoo.o..t..OOO"

per pair _,___________lOc

GENERAL REPAIRING Children's Brown or Black '"oo'oo'' ''''.......00010.000 0000..o.O' .. .. .: :
'Starter and Generator Work A Stocking, per pair__..._v10c "u
a'r Specialty ab(* Rubber: P.nts. per HANSELL/S QAFfA E''

-- .--.;... pair, ._.-____________JSSe Our aim u always 'to please, and .
1 1KLd 1r BATTERIES DISTRIBUTOR FOR .
s' ., WILDER'S STUDIO.. A. C STORAGE BUY TOUR SHEETS NOW we go the limit to do it. -
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,: ;W.N It's the,Real Battery! ,...for.,Every." PeppereD Sheeting, per ydeS5eo '" x ..KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES;):r; t'.r ,,
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r..!II a r' -' 4. Pepperell. Unbleached Sheet':_ Prices'. JUPta' Qakk DeBverySerriee .. THE, [BEST SOLD.. ., !, "'t. -,.
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4'.y sr' : .. :t in.:;'per,; anL::..___,-SOen: \ ,.Tfce Best '. L r '
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Wei repair land, ,
Pillow Tubing 42nnch.: '
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; make*of Batteries a Free:, < ,._ "rd' __ _.'. !J5'Il ." .,.. (.!.Io'" -J .f\- ;'1 Oar Repairtaf.. papart eat isthe .best io IGss mmee.. ,All) work'done i: by '! '
,.-1;:. ,..... ---,----.--. ; ;skilled jnechamcs with' "'of experience. \ t
Motor,-Testing., Oar;'pric s are/' 1 :1PHONE 8c : ,! I. years Every ear,given our per-

:",positively. '.lh. lowest. : *.''PRICES. "CUT" IICTW9' ,' i' . x' t. : ;".sonal'atrention.ry OuV.;Big" Flrs. ..:Preof, Carafe- , has/room'for.' 'storage_ _;:, i
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THE-- KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE FRIDAY. ,JUNE Z"ltZZ ., S ..

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J :t.GAZETTE'S BIG :EDUCATIONAL CONTEST FOUR COUNTY BANKS :PALATKANS",DECLARE '!


HAKE A SHOWING OF. KISSIMMEE PUT UP
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J. .. WOODWARD LUMBER YARD j MIiJ-I. : ; .cx & -'- .,.- NEAR $800QOO'M R -' REST SEASON GAMES

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.., The' >***< Drug Store Complete Return From AH Co-aty Two WeJITo.gkMU- With the
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"j FiaaacU] Lutitatiou Brief I.. Te-. Celebrated Tea. of Palatka" Re- "
: 3: -A -ADVANCES NEW ,PJAN fOR : DISTINCTIVE- TOILET PREPARATIONS-CARA NOME' AND Ul Cask te,a-Hasjdsoose Figut salt la Eve--Up. Straggle. With N.

1 ASSOCIATED ARTICLES. ...__ .,,The record.of the financial l stand Vkton .
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i ( BUILDING HOMES: j GET, OUT OF THE OLD RUT: Ing of the banks of Osceola county EVery baseball itooter In ;.Kisslm-
were last ;'week incomplete-Insofar',mee felt tallfeathtrs, wing and arosecomb'
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swiftly sprouting reports
a. no figure from one of the institutions -
WE WILL BUILD YOU HOME TO YOUR ORDER : obtained. came from Palatka on Tuesday
A. 120 I roadway p. . 3 could be The matter
the
and w.dne8d.y-lor it was there
' 1 U !given"below complete form in
AND MAKER, SO EASY'FOR YOU TO PAY FOR, IT oooow the order In which they were received:]Klssimmee team was contesting with ,
has' tn .
,what been reckoned the best .
Jy 1- "_ Bank of Osceola County checking i
.. : I Iaccount. .. .
--'.-- .. the stats,,outside the TbIg.Je-gueT.
- ,- '$283,906.80savings 1 1
; That You Will Soon Your Home i ....0.0..0..0000000..00..0..0. ... 11 rac and better than some of those-andKlssimmee
Easily Own 1 : count, 4I3( ; 05.89; time. certificates& wished to crow.Tuesday' M
REPAIRING $14,114.48: cashier's checks M.343.95-;|i I game stod ::0 to 0 when
AUTO total. $375.961.12.
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: time wall called on\ account of rain.Batteries .
Bank of Saint Cloud: checking account KllllmmePets, and,
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592,384.28 savings account, {
. COME IN AND SEE US And will explain the plan to-you v ; Story. Palatka-Epperson and Lanso.
-. we : YOUR CAR GIVEN ,OUR\ $57,649.93; time certificate: $ ; . '.!..gamstood 7 'tt 7
;, . .,__.,._' __ __ ', ,. .', . PERSONAL ATTENTION AT 00 tal.; cashier's 16608792.check. $ 3,500'-1 when called on account, of. darkness'

: : :B jILD NOW CLAY & .THOMAS: .--1: __...: .Merchant and Far men i.:.checkingaccounti50,9S0.93savagsaccount: ;, Pers-an Batteries: -StoryPalatka Kisslmimee' Clement-Yaldes,,.
" ; Epperson,and Lno. .
GARAGEYou 2564.84; time certificates 158632. .
{ The two games will remain Vstorical !
::. :4 AND HELP, KISSIMMEE GROW' :, get an honest,job for an honest price. No job too small or too $56370.90.cashier's checks: 1.768.81. ; total events with every Palatka, fan.

large for us.We repair and recharge all makes of Batteries. Peoples Bank of Saint Cloud: check. ESSAY ON A FROGThere
ins account. 8149,061.37 savings account
PHONE 22e64P040604400044P ; .
time certificate,
$13,607.82;
. L was a Norwegian! boy who
' t..t..oo.oo..OOOOO.oo..o. $$36.163: cashier1. checks. $2,310.10; had been in this country three weeks
" .o..oo.oO..O..OOOOOOOo..ooo..o..ooo.t total. $201,132.38.These and had attended school that.'long

.'.0 0 0.. OtO 0...00'.0 tOo,0.....0 0 to o.It....00 0 000 06... mount less sums than aggregate$800,000-a placing small: when the teacher asked the the class This to is'what '
write an on frog.
i W. B. MAKINSON COMP'YKissimmee9s the total at a figure larger than was he wrote essay:.
GILBERT"SO
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estimated dollars '
by
some fifty thousand "A trog.like a bird s>re. When he
DRY COOPS, SHOES NOTIONS ; a sum worthy of congratulations sits he stand almost. When he hop
Hardware' : upon the institutions. themselves aint .
t Big he flies almost. H got no sensehardly
., TilE LOGICAL PLACE TO BUY. SATURDAY AND MONDAY s'well as upon their hundreds of customers. ; he' ain't got no tail hardly
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SPECIALS t* f either. He sits on what he aIn't got

If I' .'1 '. : Seminole Unbleached Sheeting, 15c value, at _lOc CARD OF APPRECIATIONThe almost."-Zolpho Springs Herald,

/11 Ladies' House- Dresses _______,_______ 98c to $1-89 Many farm machines: that cost twice,,,
Thread, 150-yard spools ___6c: Senior class of the Osceola three times as much as 'wife'swashing
1 LAWN MOWERS i Voiles, up to $1 values, going at ___3 c high school wishes to fervently thankW. or mahtnes aren't used, half as
All Ladies' High Top Shoes -._One-half Price E. Sanderson for the beautiful much: L
Ten Per Cent Discount'on all Shoes in Store; the very latest commencement invitation which he
' Styles -.-from $3.00 to $10.00. so generously presented. Lots of people live all their, live
Nap More Rain More Grass Crows j Walk a Few Blocks and Save Money.. Seeing Is Convincing THE SE IOR'.CLASS. without, learning how to live.'

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Keep it down'with an Eclipse Mower 14-Dch. 16-inch and. 18 inches <
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/' wide-with 10-inch wheels; lever adjustments for Cutter Bar. which : Preparatory Boarding SchoolFOR

does away with all troublesome set-screws and bolts;; self-adjusting : NOT CHEAP GROCERIESBUT
} BOYS AND GIRLS ,
i.f bearings; self-sharpening. : GROCERIES CHEAPISN'T ON SOUTHERN ACCREDITED LIST }

: Supervised Study-Comtmercial. Classical Scientific and Normal >
.1 MAKINSON'S' BIG HARDWARE THAT GOOD? Courses. Well endowed. All, teacher live dormitory.., Every; -
$25 per month. Writ. for catalogs l
.. '. : NEAR DEPOT' PHONE 123 Our Phone Number is 176 and we Deliver convenience.NORMAN .
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GAN CONTEST are requested to have"their change of copy in at. I, not Hum Bugs--:,but. they, make r

I office WEDNESDAY of each week. Copy coming in later cannot be \
g ; :"' : High Class Investments changed ',for that week. We trust all merchants! will take',this noticein things hum just the 'same' ',at

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Shop ; Reduction Sale '"

TELEPHONE US regarding all laundry work have after ,
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:1i HARDWARE) Pleasingand I the truck picks up Monday. Packages sent out Wednesday: will be Friday June 2-SaturdayrJune'" 10.. .

: . delivered Friday. Rush packages picked up Friday delivered Saturday ; ; ;F

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. Pint Bottle Ketchup (tall) :, -. ..i.---zsc.; :
J. R. H. RUTHERFORD R. A. SNYDER -- --------- -? -- .
ChoiceMillinery No..2 Wisconrin Peas '___"_p___...______-_.,.'::i.,i .__..",,_'.:;.,,.....I
JIS*: Special Agent Pkooe 49, Kiuiaune..Oo.ooo. No. 2 Pride Sweet Corn ---. -_-_--_---_-...-_._i.;._*_.;.. -;;.;,:16e a

COMPANY : .. oo..oo..t..oooo ....ooo..too. ooo..o..o No. !II''! Alaga Syrup ___ ____.__.__.______.:.___..,_....:.;::.;_:.IOc: &
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' r No. 2!% Alaga Syrup _________-____________?-.-_. ::. .:;ISC
' _0..00000..00.00.000..000.00.00000..00..00..00000.ItOBEItT No. \\Vi! Franklin Syrup ______.___________._._._.'__3 for 25c
, ,, THE EFFICIENt STORE"We : RIEDEL COMPANY No. 2 Franklin Syrup _________________-______..____.2 for 2Se
All Hats gothic week No. 5 Franklin Syrup ___._.___________________....-.__..-Z7c
at NOVELTY WORKS Pauls 40c and 50c Jams ____--_____.:_____._____*..J fee J LOO '
'. ; have just stocked the New 40c Lipincot Preserves ___________.._______h'---.___::__.---25
Perfection Stove with the Giant Half-Price Watson's Skeeter Killer ______________________..___._ '. ..Jte
t ': Saperfex Oil Burner. This is Everything* In- Underwood's Fish Flakes ______________.:_______._.-_.-.-._IOc',, ,
by all odds the most perfect and MRS. J. R. SINQUEFIElD BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND LUMBER OF ALL KINDS 10-oz. Peanut Butter _____________________-,.._______.?__-., 25e
r'' J' efficient wick stove on the market House A Maxwell House Coffee ______________________*._______.:....J7e: d )
Building Specialty
t o..o.oo.to. o..ooo.oo..o.. ., 3 Packages Silver Flake Oats _________________________..:-25; 't S
la addition to the above we HULL SAYS--OPPONENT WORRIED ALL INTERIOR FINISH. WINDOW AND DOOR SCREENS. 3 Packages National Oat -------_______________.__...:_..._Z5e

:R,, have .a large stock of the Red 6 Packages Toilet Paper _____________.::_________-,___.-.zSc "
r- Star Detroit Vapor Stoves that this $130.000(Continued has from been pace"squandered.!)- .' Darliartosi Aveaue-Near Freight Depot PHONE 218 15-oz. Sunbeam Jam _______________________.....____...33c':

; have no wick. This stoveS I That word was made by the one who - . 20-oz. Peanut Butter __________.:._____, _______?______.__.4.Ic.
makes and burns its own gas wrote the article signed by my oppo- i 2\/2\ California Peaches __________..________.____._________27c.,
S and is without. a peer in that nent. I did say, and I repeat it, that opponent Is full of "ifs" and "ands" TRAMMELL IS CONFIDENTOF 3 Packages Safe Home Matches ____._______________._....zoc'' '. r
line. than in my it opinion ought.the" road "has cost more, -but there was no denial that the CARRYING PRIMARIES 2 Macaroni__-_____________________.____...___-lSe': 1I
Come in and let-us demonstratethese The chief point which my oppo: of school funds terms, and that were such shortened lack was by caused lack I 7 Packages Grandma's Washing Powder ______..._______,....25c
two wonderful stove nent. A. F.'"aas seeks to make- La by "reductions" of taxes rather United States Senator Park Tram- 2 Packages Shredded Wheat .---- .--____??._____?______-2S ;
,5 that the county commissioners have than by "equalisation.. mell! feels absolutely confident that 3 Cans Vienna. Sau..ge ___-__________-' -_-__._..:________.7frf' i
nothing school system to do with of this maintaining county. < This the Voters should remember these factson he will be re-elected in the primarynext l 100-lb Sack Oats _____________________________ ------$.IS
5- assertion is known by: .all who have (Signed Tuesday) June 6,1922.H. H. BULL. situation Tuesday.said In commenting on the 100-lb() Sack White Sack Short ________.____._:._____-- i20 ;
anything to do with.ihe.present condition he : with 1 100-lb Sack Jersey Cream Dairy __________ _ '2.7S -
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to be wholly and wilfully'incorrect. SERVICE SUPERINTENDENTHAS andam 1 100-lb Sack Mo-Eggs Scratch __ 2.15 '
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.. ment in county in Florida
ALL The school budget is based every ? -------r-----T---------
upon the assessor' returns-and those NOW BEEN ENGAGED exceedingly thankful to my tens t 100-lb Sack'Whole Rice _____________-._____J:..___.-_____ 5-50"
returns are supposed, to .be equalized BY KISSIMMEE COMPANYOtto of thousands of supporters sentiment for in thestrong 1 100-lb Sack Heavy Grain Sweet Feed ___-.____________,_..2.25
by the board. and favorable 'my 100-lb 1 Sack Fine Feed Short .:.__ ''
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,U ,there were found In those returns Wettstein, owner of the Kis behalf. I feel absolutely sure that +---------.w. .r --
simmee inKissimmee the people are going to elect; me to a No. 2 Tomatoes; ,_ _2 fer 2Sc '.
kd t the-inaccuracies declared by my Telephone Companywa. ----- ------------------ ---
...' opponent; why'did he not move to''I I on Saturday Introducing second term in the senate by a very Best Creamery Butter *....-.,_-r_.._._.,_____...____.,.,4501; !
raise some of the valuations and lower :his newly engaged superintendent of large majority. My present opponentwho Snider'. Tomato Soup .?.___.___.._______.__..__:..____..10e'' :p
o :'llllllDWflBE.rOOJ1II'llT' tion.-others might-In be order real.that and'the not equalisa imaginary .. will:service expert greet: .,;W.management F,:Gartman over who alltelephone against six"me:: years, and ago his was then a(campaign candidate .Armour .Soup ..__.__.__-_..-._._._.._.,.._--------.3.: f. 25eIOSSIMMEE ;,

W, 4 : : T, Can it k'called equalization exchanges in (the WetUttin manager .claimed the state but did .
.. to,lop'',off thousands of dollar .from I systems. Mr. Girtman bashed your not carry' a county. Joined 'by ,his j : .
the rolls of the !bg! land companies," ,of experience with the Largest, tem. present campaign manager-they are :
M :: :: $ to:"the? serious-"disadvantage hot"the in.the:world,'md propose*'to effect. again maldD&-'cI.lm. but they..re.1'O" 'The.: "TalYlor Sstela S.Y
t schools,'with at'least no effort to replace I some':.radical betterments., in'the Kis leg to again miss their forecast: ,just- ... c .. . .,
'K simmee service commencing at a very .s. sU :yearr ago.*, _, '1' '
the fond thus lost? ; I ... '. ; a ':rK.: HAINE.1"GTTi j .
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GROUNDLESS RUMORS MERGER OF ATTORNEYS 4 .

AGAINST OVERSTREET OPENS FOR.BUSINESS I

SHOULD BE 'IGNOREDFrequently Let
Ellis F. Davis who has. won foi ,
,your dealer you want in campaigns: trifling' himself an excellent name as a lawyerin
TELLsee gossip has assumed large -proportion criminal cases in Marianna,>in the
a Fisk Tire beside any ,-and there are mixed in with the un. northern portion ,01 this state, has CENTRIFUGALFORCE
just the names of the just. Rumorsnave been casting' about for a new location .
'other he offers you. He has it been current, it has just been ; and after looking/ over more "
'learned by The Gazette, stories con- than a dozen possible paint has decided make r *
in ''stock or can get it. See for necting the name of one of the candidates to locate' in Klss mmee:,' lie is ,

has for commissioner from the first the son of E. F, Davis, who was, fo" Lr I
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yourself whatthe: Fisk Tire district, E. L. D. Overstreet, witn years, the leading criminal attorney i. washday easy !

offer'in 'size and strength some overt acts during hi* career as in Mariannawns recognized as such n
to extra county' commissioner.Whether these and has received many honors from ,

'ho wits compares when were started in all honesty or with many members of the bar of the stata. !I The LaunDrEtte has 'nowringer. .j '
resiliency
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the intention to deceive, it makes but Upon his decease his son took up tie I
; flex the tire your hand little difference; because during his practice with much succet but '*">", It dries the clothes by '
under .
3 you citizenship of more than half-cen will be associated with Milton Pled I 'centrifugal force. e..,.. 5'This
how The depth of the non-skid tury in this community there has been ger, under the firm name of Pledgerand
i no possibility of substantiating one Davi By agreement with the feature of the Laun-Dry- ". j

tread looks beside other treads. act of his that has not been straightforward senior partner, who is now ccu"t- Ette makes it the greatest labor-
and has been meant for the prosecuting attorney Mr. Davis v'L':
"' This is the,way to buy-:tires! good of the 'county. During the put. accept no cases of misiemear" 0" saving electrical washing machine.. -

term when he has been" chairman' of suchrasesastheseniormembero!- oirthe- market '
t Th era'a FUll lire of _tr'o-tH UfI -.na.*. the board of commissioners ,ha* he the firm will be engaged in proseuct-!
Fi for car truck or speed wagonTIKES I been fair and-outspoken upon all matters ing-preferring to handle case of You have no wringer to feed. The Lawn '
; and while hi* abruptness anti greater moment before the hlghe! Dry-Ette washes the clothes quickly and V''.
emphasis may have engendered some (courts The'new firm will oocupv thoroughly-then whirls the suds out; it
1k enmity, none can gainsay that he was the same Quarters that have been occupied rimes the clothes, then whirls out the rinse
by Mr. Pledger.
in his intentions.
not earnest
water| it blues them-then whirls them dry
Because he was chairman! it was .
Tlnw to R. ttr.? found necesBaryfor'!' !himi: o.-be. .re -FOUND---- -TEN-- DOLLARS Jor the Jinc. i r
.. stns n.rs nueftte"d"to BUT DIDN'T NEED IT
temporarily Vacatd ''th- Drying by centrifugal force enables you to
chair when a question arose iv I do entire washing without extra tubs. .
ing aid to those who were relate to There is one man in Klssimmee who your
If believes that there is honesty It makes it impossible to injure buttons or l
him-because of the fact that he I some
41 ( 1t fought the proposition; he feared lest still being demonstrated in this world fasteners. It keeps your hands soft and 44 -
t he people would declare that he was -andthat Klssimmee has a mighty white, because you never have to put them t .
showing a partiality to his friends.:' I honest young woman. A few daysago in the water. -
during his absence the balance of'' he lost a ten-dollar bill lie did '
not how it into his Let centrifugal' \ force make washday easy.
the board took proper steps for relief say cane posses-
a -and the chairman was then recalled. lIion 'but that has nothing to do with We .shall be glad to give: you a demonstration. Centrifugal! Force whirls h'
k Perhaps acts of this nature shouldnot this case. The man is J. P. Marks.He Please phone, write or call today. the clothe dry'

be mentioned-but a man's ca- said: For-Sale By
0'- is made un of the little things "I don't know just how I did it, but

P tia which go to make a. large aggregate.. I lost that ten. Just dropped it some-
JOHN A. MCCARTHYELECTRICAL :
When there was an issue at hand in where-but where I didn t know. So
.vhich he disapproved because of the I commenced to inquire around to "x
l-i iI expenditure of funds, Mr. Overstreet see if I could find someone who had CONTRACTOR AND DEALER ,
eked that 'he be recorded as voting? picked it up..-but 1 never expected to SAINT CLOUD, FLORIDA
s4 "no"-and there have been severalof find it. All at once that good ol* ten t
I these !situations' within the past dollar bill was handed me by Miss "If it kai a fIfrl.twllln',a Lmmm-bry-ElIt" +
two years. lie hag no hesitation in! Krancess Tress, who had found it on ;I II1&lliJ
turning: down propositions which he the floor of her store. Was I glad'I'll .
-onftiriered untimely and unwise-even (jay I was. She wouldn't take a
though he knew his refusal to en- cent for returning it to me, either; tI DRY] YlYrn

lone them might make him enenyes' just seemed mighty glad to do-me the ,
t throughout his district and the conny favor And I'm mighty thankful that electric washing machines
I ; and a close examination of therordfl ) <. Hiss Tress found it. There are probably .
of the clerk of the board will many others who would have returned AND DRIES WITHOUT A WRINGER it M.
I ,. ___ the money-but I can vouch .
--- --- - --- -how not one illegal act during his i-
ki ra ''erm of office. that she actually did it with no hopesof '- -- .- --- ---- ,
The Gazette: is sponsor for no candidate reward from me."
FISK TIRES AND TUBES in the it
11 coming primary-but
Only one anj ono-halt percent of Best Fertilizer Insecticide Sprayer Poultry Supplies w
cannot see erroneous assertions m<>de
i '* FOR SALE BY against anvone without endeavorinsr the people in the United' States have Honest Goods Fair Price Prompt Shipment

to tall the facts so far as can be ascertained incomes of over $3,000: a year. Aak Your Neighbor He Knows "!
L. E. ALFORD
] E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER. CO., Jacksonville, "
n Cure Malaria, CJ Get NEW March 1922 Price Lull before N Florid.furnishing .
107 BROADWAY PUNTA GORDA PLEASED 6 6 6 FeTer. Bilious IIa.j buying. o .

WITH NEW GOVERNMENTA Colds and "SIMON PURE and "GEM BRANDS" .j
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: careful tabulation has been madein
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I t: : TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK Punta Gorda of the cost of labor 1( ,..; .
and the
cost of the city administration -
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for the corresponding six months ) '
under the councilmanic form of government
r- : ,,.. By THORN and the commission-manager _
' form made Clerk ,
f. by City Robinson, 1 c,
-- shows that the cost under /
the commis
k;_.. :;wW'u.. .. &n *I" Certainly Very AppropriateLake sion-manager government was $1- i

l ,. Thu) 'New ', of Fort Myers, ,asks: Wales Highlander arrangesa 171.48 less than under the council- :
4 "W)?tynott nY in Fort MyersT" How'n border around its wedding notices manic form. ..
-w, 'thunder do you spell the name of that said border resembling nine bubbles, The commission-manager government -:
f Y place anywayT I must have been each wearing chinwhiskers. The "bub took charge of the town's afairsin I1 fl ?
; putty when J ye written it "Myer." ble" part is exceedingly appropriate August of 1921, and the statementis
K V *> ' -but why the alfalfa sprigs? i for August September, October '
PepsJatioa Decreasing *- November and December, 1921, andJanuary .
About this time of year it is fair Why the Variation? 1922, and the correspondingsix 1IIiU va
r to presume that'a census taken in The Hastings Herald says: "Gaso month of 1920 and 1921, when the E

aIreland would show something' of ,a line Takes Jump; Now 27c gallon." city was under the councilmanic form . ', ,tf Vy.I1
decrease in population. Still, there Goodness gracious: Annie: gasoline of government. -
f
ti, seem toe:be no' general complaint; took a jump in this city-.and is now Following is the tabulated statement --. I CRUs H .
everyone! .evm* to be satisfied.'Bather 29c. In a hundred-mile: drive Sunday showing the total monthly' cost \ ;
f.- ".: II! I saw but one place where it was as under the commission-manager and "
Ambiguous ThemeA low as 28c. the council administration: ;; ':-4
minister in Pensacola announcedthat * ; Month Cant.Mgrt Council

his topic for last Sunday wouldbe I Agree With Annie August __------ $776.80 1249.59 .
"Flaying' Th. Fool." No ,particu- Mrs Annie U. Stillman, whose hus- September __b 759.47 741.88 ,
t ,Ian were given in advance whether band seems to have overdrawn his' October _.___h 870,00 7fi0.30
he was going to make a self-applica bank account, says she "will not marry November ... 805.20 819.61 / r9sr
". 'tion of the matter, or lambast some the best man living." I'll say December ___=: 727.80 1,095.00
br of bis hearer won't Annie, not until I get rid you of January _______ 795.20 1,060.87
II"\ ..."- ;* t the one I now have. Even then "I e'' only N
the
Ask Your Dressmaker ha' ma doots." Totals___$4,662.47 $5,740.90 Sold In
$4 Are those "tub frocks" made only .* Police receipts. 358,00 265.00
.1, for those fat' women who resemble An Alarming Assertion CrmklyBottleThei8Crinklyf7
that article of kitchen use? If so, why Says the Hastings Herald: / $4,304.47 $5,475.90.
not advertise some garden' hose Five families have
!'t. gowns foe- thaw skinny ones who made it known that they are already pre- AN ATTRACTIVE BROCHURE CRUSH 54
: \ seem bout'as'large a quart jar paring to leave Hastings because FROM HOLLY HILL GROVES
of marmalade?: ,.. of school facilities.

', .'. ii As a usual thing it is "lack of I Advertising in a quiet, conservative :p
"' Betel.SuCl'Ntion school :facilities" which drives families manner the Holly Hill Grove' and Fruit 'i
: Noticed a heading like this: to seek other homes. < Company is accomplishing a great
; i "Strangler 'Lewi. and Zbyzdko in a wAnd deal in' the way of interesting home- "
)Z- ; match' tonight.' Look to me a* i if I Names Is Names seekers from the north and west-Its Bottle is your '

+ ,It would be a good plan for the last- General Wu Pei Fu, lately motto, being' something like this: - .
.. named feller to throw' hi. name down himself in discussion expressed "Actual accomplishments are far
a with Sun i substitu-
,t Lewis'' throat-.-and then see who'd Yat Sen that he was In favor of abanI,I more convincing, than arfa piecrust P- protection against
4 '.be'doing" ?: the. "strangling.' Yassum.Mebby doning the southern government promises." The business of supplying -
: -. Soap' Would. Help. Hsu Shi Chang would resign.provided -' / groves of all sizes to those who tion. It insures to you the ,
Gracious! There
to f ',,' t Lakeland has a "Blackfoot Medicine in that neck of the are woods just who a Fu like down to ,'fu-ture deliciousness pprity and

CompanyWhlch! is licensed to handle see the Sun Shi at stormcloud manner-and in a quiet way. Little ,
real estate. Is that land where they that come. every is heard of the proposition through'
over the horizon.
have made the
bury those with blackf eet whom they * I out the press-except the spontaneous quality which
'da not-cure?'- And doe the "medf- '
Success from those
To Him praise coming who have
ri -doe" help the black feet of white men A young man in Arcadia, accord Investigated the project; yet all the "Crush" drinks the undisputed s j
5 the '
or black feet of black men? Eh, time there is .
: ing to the News of that kept busy a clerical
I place, "will
s, what..-. ? I teach piano The announcement i I.force well versed in all activities. The leaders all fruit-
* does ': has among
: not say what he will teach it, but company just issued a charming
I' ;Evidently Both Are Right it is to be hoped that he will little brochure in which only matters
1 teach it Also dispensed
Prohibitionist Crooke says that not to be noisy when the balance of ''of actuality' are and it is typOgraphically flavored beverages. -
A, ;Nutt i* a nut and Prohibitionist glveni it
Nutt the
: : is of
party
are an a work
I trying to talk
at
declares heard that Crooke i* a crook. Haying I Once and will teach it to shut at 'I'I art which ia well-worth securing andpreserving ice-cold at fountains.
no denial the up
u upon part of I about eleven n.. when the neigh while Its content. showno
:.anyone in Florida regarding these bore desire to IlO to Sleep. It wild claims of any kind. Daven Ingredient
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assertions 0.
it ia generally' conceded Ms may '
tribe increase port ia, surely coming/ into its own-
ti1 that, both the 'speaker. are eminently, and it will reach its goal entirely Th. three "Cru h" drink* 1
.j correct' > -ely to Avoid Trouble through' the efforts of the Holly Hill vet their flavor from ther&n
1 .
J delicate fruit oil
I note there is Grove and Fruit 'Company. pressed
t4 a new ,
fIlm-"W'by
Refurnishing.Shopworn from the freh ikineof
?y M uc.. Announce Your DSB outer
a:, .Tb. Lakeland Star devotes fifteen towards Marriage now I % ,, ., onngc, lemon or lime,
'y t" litia of editorial space to complimentIng heading this city. If i Widower Congratulated v I to which are added juice
; a beauty parlor about to open in cases Ka question I'd say in moo from these fruits, cane
-'S 4.- that"village. Reading between the 1) 10 the announcement is made mere- CRUSHDistributed sugar, U. S. certified food .

.line it I* easy to determine that male over those proepectlve bride can gloat "Since my wife's death, five years 'I A color, carbonated water and
patron, will receive all the emoluments been of her chnme who have 'ago, I have suffered greatly from ", citric:acid,the natural acid of
-a* well aa th. emolients given telling her that she was such a Stomach and liver trouble and gal at 1 orange, lemon and lime.
; the fair Bex; all.of wh1cbwin: make POOr pect-even lUck .he never' could land a pro.- tacks. I lost over' 50 loan. and at t s
Editor,Bloom.enee IIIONt-a.aum" the about to as poor a* the one abe i Si* times was as yellow a* saffron. -My: 1 '.
?4I Bloom oCYonth. Yaaaonou she capture. The lint few days doctor could not help-me. Six dose* -
.> * haD1tl onto hi* arm when they are of ][ayr's Wonderful Remedy have : exclusively by ,
era.Witlos. Steals Ideas on drew. pa..de .. if come other Woman. entirely cured me. ,,1 have repined ,
Q After b.oJdiDr1)ft'WOrk on'the partially was.anxious to.issuo _a habeas my'weight and everyone is congratulating
completed-hotel ,at-WlDter-.- !'Tpnlonbim.-and .'week later shespend me,how ;well..look.." It is A Cocoa Cola,.Bottling Company .
i
y4 ,vev It.If repottedhat..the) projectors ,half her-,time.Mnwonderihg; simple, harm ., preparation that s c 'T'-- .. .. .
( .have Batten< some money together' what in the world she ever saw about remakes '.. mucus from 'KISSIMMEE.! FLORIDA
A
ftt, ', 'aDd, will"re-commence work on the him to lead her to believe she wanted Intestinal tract and allays the in* t
: structure a* soon as the.architect can him. I know of at least. n dotter marriages damnation which .eaa... practically r

', $' t:'find his old W -priQta,or invent gem right in tola'county during the) all stomach;; liver, and,intestinal- .b il- ...4':;" "" .... ,. c....aIeu6.WIMo'to ,bgssdimd.e, '
.' .' new one... iJTebb*'.if'h* find*,./inn past_y ar.that.have-never been including. "appendicitis.: : On "CrtI6.7'; KfSS r ,-SS .
., J: t therTl b."fso faded ont: that theyllJoor nounced'' ? yet really don't see an'J)'' convince.or:.money: refund- I +t 'A: ''t1a0t.i.trtlt{ dlve': edt M'.t :t "
:' :.' :::::Roberon..'and druggists
; in.Ttermelon: aft.ria; .anti- folks were so. go hwfnlly.aJh?g '
\ :' nb. ofit"a., they. apparenUy. were I I. eWiere.. ' .., .. ..4a- )1(:i'' o"pr .7'-
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THE KI3SBIMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. 'FRIDAT. JUNE 2, 1922 .... NINE';


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'FORS"COUNTY'' COMMISSIONER Illshed In said County'and State. This .aJ4'int.r..t'.pJ: '': >O.r.4 at the'' date of ...
DICKE'aSON'CO'NTKACI'OR t (Ithe ttth day of April A. D. 1(11. the signing of the mortgage foreclosed)
> B. I h.'ltlt present my name as a .J. L.. OVKR8TRBKT.: I In the above styled cause or at anytime .
candidate fornomination fop.tb. position Clerk ClrCU" Court. thereafter In the following- described ''',!n' .:' '... "
AND 'BUILDER POLITICAL COLUMNFOR of 'county. commissioner. In Dls- (Circuit Court Sal,, property located In Oeoeola J. ..
trlot No. I. subject to the action of the I arlScS.. H. Bullock a ..County Florida to-wltl All Lot 8Iat,.- r t. t lrl, I; ,i''w'q:. .
democratic to be .held on KRI8B11 '!five (I l I) of Ptnedals lying and being -1": \: .

BricklayingLathing;, Plastering, Tuesday June marl have one before. Solicitors for Complainant 21-It'North of the. rt Railroad of toe Atlantic .. ..,,
Painting ATTOMNBl'f held this position and believe my Coast Line and of the ,
No. ''121 Braek'Sh'eet Klgglmmee FOR- .. .; work1 was satisfactory; and I promise NOTICE! OF MASTBaVS SALE : I public road, as shown by the recorded t ,," ,'r
bandldati . It elected to give the bent In me for thereof. The terms of said sal
t am a SOd"State Attorney the public. good W. W. IVHT. Notice Is hereby that under Rlat. be cash, with the .requirement of
for the Seventeenth .) Circuit ot and pursuant toa final. glen r*.,-..i.redln paymentn cash or deposit, as In my
Florid., *o succeedmyself.. In the democratic FOR 01... HOARD OF PVBI.IC the case of a. a. Phillips, Complainant, discretion seems best at the time of ..
O. r,. KBIBB8. Wt' J. BTHHDf primary'.Jun. Ii i lilt. I have MEMBER versus Frances Mackintosh. Frederick: the making; ot the bids. Purchaser"to ..
served you faithfully, With your en. Mackintosh Junior, Milton Pledger as pay for deed. Thl..tb. first day of ..
[KRIBBS.: : STEED, dorsement f- will continue to efficient 't am hereby announcing my'eandldsvey :. administrator cum-testament snnesod Ju.. ..A.. O. 158E 00[ i 4lrr. !' .>
Iy. promptly and uprightly discharge for nomination for bonls non of the eatat.'of the said JOHN !>t CADE4' 4,
,Att...". nn4 < ..._. |.rs at Law the trust you have given me devoting member. the Board of the Public position Instmc-as Frederick Mackintosh: deceased 8. B. I Aa Special Master In .I4Caus.. ... ...ii'' \ :.!!. !.." '7;.
K.--...,.1 ........, all such talents and esperlenoe as 1 tlon In. the firm district-o* Osoeola Owen as Receiver of the ; Water kCarson JOHNSTON .. GARR1C ,1"I.I......" #"'.\ii.,,, .

.......,*s>rsrlee ,.' nil 'State. and) law possess and to protecting sustaining I'he'Interests and enforcing of tba the CoantWabJect to the action of the lion Alexander'Akerman.Grocery Company as'adminis borpora- Counsel for. Complainant r-- .MI6-41 '., :, '.: ,: ;:."'1'.' .:
.,...... voter In the owning democratic
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Unite ,State*
..... state and the people of my circuit. 'rrl. trator cum testamento annexo de bonls
appreciate my record I ask and will mary th* choice on Tuesday of the, Jan f. I If promise I to non of the Estate of Charles A.'' Carson .. . ... ,, :.c .,.J;t, ; .' V.t.ai\1: ,(.'Il ':

the Support and women"of of the democratic the- us* ths-sasn0er' people . ability .deceased; and the unk.ew.'heir. i \ ,I f J 'r: >.:S.'j! h+!:
voters ,
Pat Johnston' a.T.; 'OAnRIDT men that I give my own business and the devisees the grantees or other claimant. THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN : ,
circuit H. business of the oltr-and that means I under said: Frederick: MackintoshJuntQf..pending1n 1'fr.g.V"J' :' ,
JOSEPH JONESOrlandoFlorltr, theCleeWAauekskU.eeo "
JOHNSTON ft: GARRETT will domyb.st. wlllappreelat..agen.rooe ,
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J .ATTORNEYS/AT.YAW that I will on first FoRSALE.FOR . . ..
FOR TAT r ATTOKWRf HOWARD M.; KATJt June.-same nht\*$ :roa./ulI: :. -'I' ';;,;::;: -- ' '

orieNt 10., 11 and 12, Otceola Band A. D. ItSS. between the legal hours of.ale 'I

"Bol1d1a,.. I am a candidate for, the office nf FOR REMESENTATiYEReoaaw !! at the front- door of the CourtHouse SALE-Thlrty-thr** White Leghorns .
State Attorney for the Seventeenth ; In Klsslmmee. oor'ca. Cunty.Florida laying.' Bargains. E. Little,
to of the continued urging' of offer for sale and sell to tb.hl..be.t *
ItI88IKMEBI. FLORIDA Judicial Circuit of Florida, subject first housewest of Clark HowslL. off
the Democratic Primary to be "bold a large number of voter* from the several .- bidder for cash In hand thef.no..ln. bricked ..rdKtaatm.... ' x
,June 6, 1911. section of the county I am here.with described property, situateIn I .
I respectfully solicit the vote and presenting my name a* a candi Klsslmmee OSceola. County Florida.V / FOR BAL.R-Toung Jersey cow, with
date nomination for the position of
of the Democratic voter. ato.tf.cm first calf. .Xi
support .M. Parker telephone
Willson&Aultman Orange and Lake Counties. representative at the next general assemblyat Block IT of Robrt Pass' Addition ilL- 4tf
;: and appointed 1 pledgeto i Tallahassee .atn..v.ra.'tf' to the Town of Klsslmmea 'r- r
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the people of this circuit-- faithful I the union of church end state and City Osceola County FlorIda. according ;;- FOR-BALIS-Twobeehlven.. good con o Dlt'MOlqultoel

REAL performance of- the duties of the orncu. broad those who enough know to serve m* realise the entire that* stale'eand I am '. to the recorded plat th..,... dillon: bargain prl".... Call on C. H. T
ESTATE R. F. MAGUIRE. Klsslmmee.
Limit street
Dated Murphy
the county of Osceola free from allbias at Klsslmmee Florida this II Ua: 'o
and prejudice. Should I be electedto .
I tttb day of May, IMS.JOHN
Fer 'upervl..r of Re.l.*re lm. serve the people ',
.Ot.tt "tIn:6ar': 8. CADKU FOR SALE-The White Kitchen Cafe.
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41 Darlington Ave. issi meeNtID'S I present my ;name";; to the voters In shall friends fro are to content Tallahassee free from all I; "'. n. CRAWFORD As, Special Master. Now operating. Located In the business -
of ,
for section city on Broadway
the June primary as candidate entangling alliance*-unpledged In every -" Boll for Complainant. l -4tNOTICK and all other'Insects '!'
justpastaway
of Well equipped. Klsslmmee. Florida.FOR
nomination to the office supervisorof way except pledged to do my dutyas _. _
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subject to the ..lIpr..Ion .- ,, I II.tt ; for keeps-when .
reg-lstrstlon- I sa It for the advantage" of the : OF MASTER'S HAMS!! ,
of the voter. In that primary.for state and the benefit of the county. My I
slcteen X have been chairman SALE On* new Dupler Fireless'
BATHS years friends have-taken It th..me"lv..1
: upon
of the county school board-and to push my candidacy-and in their : Notice Is hereby that under Cooker; never used; just like new: \WAT.S"O'N'S.eer
I am herewith t hands Is placed my campaign. A generous and pursuant toa flntl decree entered. In perfect condition: cost $SS: will sell ,
Bert For Many Diseases friends who had such ln.1I-:11 my support will be appreciated. the case of S. R. Owen as Receiver ,of at sacrifice-lit. Call at S28 Beaumont
ability. -If nominated for the position J. A. 'sUTTON.i'i The Waters tc: Carson Grocery Com avenue, north. IE-He I
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of supervisor of registration of 0.ola ....- pany. Complainant versus Milton -Pled
baths with water direct from county I promise that my service .?as. admlnlstratorjde_ bonls_Jnon. FOR8AIB!-Four ..n..nh.lt..ere. eres
Good will be just as thorough a. In the position FOR COirjTTV rollllU'.O! cum testamento annexo of the Estateof srood land, o rKi i lor
II.ef'; : kof.ror''ehcoI\: \
medicinal well. Open Tuesdays, I have so long held. I shall ap- Frederick Macintosh deceased; house: ,. ; ;:
Thursdays Saturday, from 9:30: a. preiMnt the support of my many I h..br announce my candidacy for '' Francis Macintosh a widow; Frederick good barn; six-room house recently
the ,on of County Commissioner. . iwo .
Maclntesh. Jr.: and Macintosh painted; sleeping porch; nice- '
m. to 5:00 p. rn. A short drive from rrt"nd'W.. C. BASS. from the third commissioner's district, his wife, pending In the Circuit porches; house ;"" pretty
JClgglmmeo. Phone 208. subject to the decision of the voters at Court of Osceola County Florida : water: p.It'nt'.h: house; : electric Is tsed. Mad in Klstimmeeby/ ,Wat.'
the primary which will be held on I /In I the first lights finest kind of strawberry :
Fer itervlser ef ReKlalrntlesfc Tuesday. June t, I feel that I am' o.fdb.'I."y.iut..t: mlIt.y:. the 6th trusk or farm land; good poultry son-Hall Manufacturing ..Company.
Orders for the water may be left candidate well known and that I can. If nominated -] day of June, A. D. 121, between the 1.. farm; $.500: favorable terms. Man and e-uarantd by the manufacturers ar
at residence 614 Patrick street. I hereby announce office of myself supervisor a of and elected serve the county In aproper gal hours of sale, at the front door of can have good home and make llrInor and the following dealer who..elliti. '
for the
the Court House In Klsslmmee. Osce on this place. Might take cheaper .
registration of Osceola county, subjectto manner.HENRY O. PARTIN. ola sate Bowen Grocery Company, People's Be
County. Florida offer for and property as part pay. Also-twenty -
CHAS. NEID Owner the. Tour action vote of the and democratic support will primary. beappreciated. sell to the highest bidder for cash In acres with small grove located on and lOc Store, S. T. Fansler,' E. E.

hand. the following described property brick road, c1 : splendidproperty Brown; W. W. Irey Central.DrueStorer '
C. ,W. GRIFFIN. FOR CONGRESSFevrtk situate In Klsslmmee Osceola County to dorelop-will become1valuable. R xell tDrujrrtoTBy Robswswn'i*t"'e
Florida via. .
.. : Terms. Also -threehouses
Block 17 of Robert B...'' Addition ,to rent and some good farm Dmttstore,-',Taylor System-: Names of. .'

T.I..hon.-Ofll..",, No. 61; Resg - FOR COI-JITTCOMMISSIOJCEK: : IMsir .f ...rI.. to the > ?own of Klsslmmea. land to rent. Bee us for bargainsand other live merchantswill be add..- '
.
City. Osceola County. Florida ac Investments. Nelson Realty
}. Idence No 111. We are ....OVERBTREETtas.a A. W. MncWILUAMS1) cording-to the recorded plat there Company. xKABBIT8 from wefc--to'week; 1i
name of' fJ. U D. of. \ I
flours: 8:80 to 11:00): ) 1.00 to 1:00: candidate for reelection to the office Dated at KlsslVnmee, Florida this -Have a number of young .
of County Commissioner from the Flrpt IZth day of May. Y? SJOHN New Zealand Reds resdy now. Prize
DR. B. L. WILKERSON district subject to the action of the a CADEUKRIRBS stock. U A. Quassas. St. Cloud. Fla. Y
June primer If re-nominated and Special Ma.ter.
DENTIST! elected, edges the same diligenceIn STEP FOR SALE-Potato barrels In any
his duties which has heretofore Solicitors for C mplaln.nt. l-4t quantity. Special prices I In carlots.Correspondence .
Office Over The Recall, Store. clinractrrl/.ed hI. Incumbency.FOR solicited. Cleafwater -

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR Manufacturing Company Clearwater ,
Ol'XTY: COMMISSIONER' !' FINAL niBCHAHOHIn . Florida. 17-t r .

I herewith present my name as a ; Crt ef the Cennty J....... Oeeeels FOR SALE. For Kent. furnished ,, "! VNEEDMYELt .- ..
I cnndltlnt'for nomination for the position ('....y, Stale ef FI.rlda Rooms' and No Tres Cards. 10_ ., .
I JESSIE D. KLEINMAN of County Commissioner from the cents each at The (gazette office.. \ \
In re Estate of Gi W. Fertlc. .
I I Klrnt Plstrlct. subject to the expres I orge 4tt f
tin of the voters at the democratic : Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt n ",
I Copying Stenographic Work primary on Tueeday. June 6. I..m. mtry concern, thaon the 10th day FOR SALE' -Fine residence property. "r ', '.
I i I native of this roAntv and feel of July A. O. 19Z2. I shall apply to Apply at the office of The Valley V .
.. fully unrtprmnntl alt) ,Its needs..tll; 1 the Honorable T. I. Carver Judge of Oasette.", Kluslmmee. S-tf : '; '
Phone 253. State Bank Building II I i-!icted I promise. my efforts/ toward.conductin said Cuort. as Judge of Probate, for .
I .F the county affairs In a busln : my final discharge as Administratrix .FOR SALE-Two boys* sutts. 4yesrold "v:. ..
.... way -for I hate no special Interests ttxJ of the estate of George W. Fertlc, deceased sine' velvet one dark blue, one ,..'.., .
to e,.rve-except theInterests a..4a : and that at the same time Twill dark green Russian style whitecellar -.11.''. -..' .. )> t j
of every man, womnn and child III present to acid Court my final and cuffs. detachable. Nearlynew
osoeolncounty.. I will appreciate the accounts as Administratrix of aald estate Apply 101 Main ..tr.et.U c: tM
support of the voters ; and ask for their approval.Dated -- .. - ; '))r., '.

J. E. SHARPS. tett'M May llth. A. n. 1011. POR' S.ALE-Wood.n washing machine .1 '"" ., ;. ....
HITTIR I" RTIC. !
I ; nearly new Apply SOI Mainstreet '
CITYMEATJARKET Zl-8t Administratrix. .
i Fon. 01 VTV C-OMMIHMOBlt! SO-tf / : :.

,, I nm n candidate-- for nomination NOTICE FOR SALE-One Vets Electric Wall ;t'4' :.: J

for the pniltlon of county commissionebfroin . Plate. Practically new. At. reasonable -

f the fourth commissioner's dis Notice Is hereby given that the Board price. Apply Valley Oa :
trl..t.8..01" cou"U'ubJt' to the ,w of County Commissioners In and for sette. 7-tf ', .-. ...
decision of the democratic primary on Oscoola County Florida, will sit as an .
I Tuesday. June I. I have been a resident equsllslng board for the of WANTED. 1 .
Fresh Meat and of this county and vicinity for equalizing the valuations as fixed by ,' .
I ten years. I am now serving the last the Tan Assessor of. Oscsola County. WANTED-Private'pupils for the sum
half of my first term as a memberof Florida, on both real and personal pro. mer. ;High school work
< the school board. I believe\ I know petty within the county on the (th day See Carolyn Frlpp, lit Beaumontavenue .1
; VegetablesPhone the needs of. Osceola county as a of June>A.; - ; phone 106. .._ .um'G
whole, and I believe also that If elected Jl D.-Iff"r.* OVKRSTRKI6T.. ... I : ? _
I a benefit'to the boardas Clerk of the Board of County FOR RENT"
whole and. to all-' the people In .
a Commissioners In and for Osceola :
: 44 the county. I will thank the voters County.- 14.it i & ,
for an expression *f confidence In m* FOR RENT-Five-room enttag newly Str.wbe!ryt'gri J|ind'tnisk'F! ;; ;.'
sand I will appreciate strong sup NOTICE OF 8 AIMNOTICBJ painted. Call for H. R Lay, tele XV''
l port. H. H HULl. phone 111, Klsslmmee 11 Tltx .lf9werl, !need .irrigstion.I'; make., ,., f'

,;. ... . < V FOR COtlMTVCOMMISSIUNKH FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. TO MAY WILL SULLiVAN. AND. WHOM tT FOR RENT Two-ltory".la-reom' specialty two- lcb: three-inch.'' '
CONCERN
-t.
.' DR.. R. J. DENNING 'To the.' voters both male and female, 'OF.- .-FLOR.OA.- - ." Is hereby: given that under house unfurnished., on Dixie: Highway and four-inch'wellw.andt4.: :; cast '

of the Second Commissioner's DistrictThereby 1. I am not tbs Candldat of and by virtue of.a certain final Judgment -40 Main street Apply at office '
DENTIST announce myself for reelection class faction nor Special Interests.any entered In the case of W. "'. of The Valley Oasette" or at 101 is. 'note'great. .'See. pie.,before. pjacUWRENCE -,
Main street.
lilt
Over the Postofflee.. as county commissioners In this 5. I stand for liberal appropriations Hancock plaintiff. versus Will Sulli 1J11.a-trad.* .. '''f'.
the action of the van. In the Justice
district subject to cor education realising If our country def.nd.nt.r.ndered
OFFICE! IIOUR8: S to 11:10. 1:10 t. S democratic- primary of Tuesday. June Is to endure. Its citizens must be Informed Court First . Osceola County FOR RENT-NIcely furnished flat.Modern .
Residence Phon (. During my term of service somematters of the basic principles of our Florida, entered on the 6th day of 8eptr.brl conveniences. Low rest for.umm.r. McCALLJSTEB
.
W. B. Harris. 14-tf
174OMe. hare perhaps. not suited the government.I. 1 I 11 and b.y virtue e3f a ear. :
Phone .158 entire people; It would be difficult to The National Road Laws should be : of Execution on said :420'MJibetts. Strieet.n
'... . Final Judgment attested the FOR RENT-Quarters. on the lower , ,
please ; amended to bring about the '
changes
gained hy past.service should beeanaetd of specifications I for road bulldloir In of September 111, That I. as Sheri floor of the Wlllson hiplldlng on Darlington KISSIMMEE ,'a -, J..- FLORIDA "
'* to me during a second term and Ipromo. the State In accordancs with our local of Osceola County Florida., having avenue.. All ready for oc-
.. If re-elected to serve and climatic condItion., thereby giving heretofore levied upon the hereinafter cupancy. See J. M. Wlllson or Dr.
M. TILLER best hfr my ability th.p"o-I us greater benefits from Government describedproperty, will on the first K. D. C. Watson, of R'atsonHallManufacturing .t tot .. v ... .el!,
n.f j.
Company KI..I11m.
thank strong aid. Monday In July the same being the -

J. !ol. HANaELU .. I am In favor of the Government Id day ofJ Court 1921. offer sole and .. -- 11-tf .
1 turning over to Henry Ford the Muscle sell st the House oorn Klsslmmee.
.. Real Estate Agency. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERAt Shoal., to the end that the farmer Osceola County Florida MISCELLANEOUSSECOND St -eJJ. 8. It'Cans
I the legal hours of sale, to the highest:; / ;
....... ...... .......... may secure cheaper fertilisers.
the. of friends and best bidder for cash In the .
.. request .my many I believe In a country which hand HAND OOOD8. bought sold
Realty and told. I-hereby announce myself a candidatefor dua.e; more than It consumes, a high following described property, to-wlt: and repaired. Th. Casino. 4'-tfI I 'e
Bought Fear .
Malaria CUB sad]
county commissioner for DistrictNo. protective tariff Is economically unwise ONE MOTOR BOAT NAMED ROSALIE : ,;'

Houses rented. S. Osceola county, and will appreciate but If the consumers of the now located; at. the City DO REPAIRING. plastering. Inside DeBra. or BiIi... Fever, .:It,1 kiIUts I ). .'-
the support nf the voters at the Fourth District are compelled to pay Pock In Lake Tohopekallga.: In the and outside painting calsomlnlng. a . l ,
Taxes paid and Title. verified primary to be held on Tuesday, June a, high protective price for the articles City of Klsslmmee, Osceola County, Ed C. McKee 101 Orange street reras. i,
>. 1911. JOHN H. ..BAI8vEN.FOR they consume, then equitably their articles Florida. North Klsslmmee. 2-4tx
for non-re. dentl. of production should be pro- I. R. FARMER.
Fire COUNTY COMMISSIONERI : tected. As Sheriff of Osceola County,
Life and Accident In- ..
t. I believe the 16-6t. State of Florida. '' '
Government should "UOOUOOOUOO HUtOO 00 Of 00 0010 00 OOOtoO toft. ot 0 h. . _
lura nee- anY a candidate for re-election. to generously meet Us full duty to our .

Bonds. the office of' County Commissioner for ex-service men: For once lat history Netlee ef A_.._.... t"t' .
Indemnity THstrlct I No. I. subject to the June show Republics are not ungrateful. '
Democratic Primary and If elected T 7. I am In favor of the present limitation NOTlcr4 la hereby given that the '
... ....... .0........ . ... promise to do my duty In the futureas on Immigration but would favor Chamber of Commerce, a corporation Rose's Taxi Service I. .

.. I have In thp ,,ut., ; an absolute bar for a specified at a regular, meeting held on the list ,
I. H. WETHERBEF. d
number rrJar.eate.t day of May. Itll adopted the follow
8. problem for further ing resolution: ,
FOIl COfNTY COMMISSIONER: !' development Is transportation and "RKSOL.VKD that .
Section 2 of
P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYATLAW Improvement of Inland -wnterwars., trnnnot Article VI ot the Charter of the "1
At the request of a number of the promise to obtain all the Fourth Klsslmmee Chamber of Commercebe Anywhere-Anytime ;: :
l voters of the Fifth commissioners' district District needs and d..rv..t. the amended to read as follows .i. :
I have decided to become a candidate Hands of the General Government but "The President. Vice-President,
OFFICES for County Commissioner from I do promise untiring attentive andenergetic and Treasurer and five Governors ,
Winter Park Florida this district In the approaching, primary. efforts In that behalf. shall be elected by the members of Day or Night"f
If elected I will use best
# my I. I believe changes In.'the Federal this corporation at such time and
endeavor to promote the Interests of' Reserve Bank Act should b. made. It In such manner as may be fixed In
Osceola county at all times. never was Intended that the Government the by-lairs." '
Q. C. MILLER. should exploit the borrowing pub- With or Without Driver Phone 231 Park Hotel; f i",

lic In the sum of over One Hundred "RESOLVED further; that Sec .
DR. J. J. HARVEY I FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI Millions a year and this after the p.y- tlon of Article VI of the same 1:
e ins; of exorbitantly high salaries and Charter be amended to read as follows <
CHIROPODIST OF TAMPA f hereby announce myself a candidate bonuses to Its officers, and employees, : .4).i.> .
Will be nt The Graystone Hotel I for member of the School Board and all this I against the small banks ""The Secretary oT the Ktsslmmee .000.000000.0..00.100.00000..0000..000..0. '
.the 7th and 8th of each month for district.No. J. subject to the actionof and In the Interests of the large banks Chamber of Commerce shall be appointed -
the democratic primary.\ If nominated .In the money centers of our country. by the Hoard of Governors
and elected I promise a faithful; 10. I believe the present laws for reforestation whoi-shall have the right to fix his II,
I performance of the duties of the office. should be enlarged and salary and term of employment. s7.-7V. T 103Z1'1p50Z3 k".4
L H. 'BROWN.. ; made more effective; providing, however no such term AS
S II. T believe In economy In handling shall he for a longer" period than .. ....
I FOR REPRESENTATIVEAt Governmental affairs: there exists undue until the next annual meeting. of. .
extravagance at present. The Government the corporation." 'Director "
the solicitation of friend. I has no right to take Licensed funeral
my any more NOTICE Is therefore given that ap- Stope .,..1
t R.R.R.Ray's have decided to become a candidate for money from the people than Is necessary allcatlon will be made to the Honorable CIa..1 .'
: nomination for the legislature to be to economically 'administer the O. '
. voted on In the democratic* prlrnaryi; to ..Oov.rbment.LEGAL. t, enteenth C. Judicial Andrews,Circuit Judge of of the Florida Ker- -0"A, $1_.,.. ,,_,..... $_. ". 1. <<".._.. e

be held I Tuesday June *. If elected I at Orlando. wherever he All "ed re.e '
may S.rr A_ ..
will serve the people as I ADVERTISEMENTSIn the 14th day of June A. D. lte.t':,; -

giving possible.them the best C.administration S. ACREE.Klsslmmee. I'.: :; said his approval.Charter.of the amendments to the Ki.sj.am.t Hlih Cade tmhIaacaSenia, at Call

,. ;' Florida. April H. 1955. The Seventeenth Judicial Circuit KISSIMMER: CHAMBEROF Offtoe: IU PHONES Residence: 18 y
of Florida, In and For The County at COMMERCE
.FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD Osceola. In Chancery: C. P. Whlpple./ By H. M. KATZ. It"", hresldent.
'ROACH nOUrfRro I Complainant versus Elisabeth Done. (Corporate Seat) .
I I herewith announce my candidacy gana single woman-Isabel 1. Waring {.

for nomination for member of the and R. l> Waring' her husband Respondents Atl-N. WOODBECK.. It. Secretary.f1 .. . DO' 0'0 O.. O O 0 O . O. } ..., '
:school board from District- No. 1. and Foreclosure of Mortgage: -/tIn f.rO . ; _
GUARANTEED: : 'TO will be pleased to receive the Order of.Publication* It appearing by: .
1 : of all the voters In the primary which. afddavlt'filed In the above stated case Circuit Court for the Seventeenth I' ." ,;' .
YoMr will b* held on 'Tuesday. June I. If hat Isabel L.. Waring and a D- War. Judicial Circuit of I.K.I'S"'U'
Rid, Place 'I am elected I promts to give the peo lag. 'her husband two of the respondents'therein Ida. In and for -Osceola .'County. In ; : . ..I. : .
'
pie as nearly a perfect administration named, are residents of Chancery. Mlnhir.B. Rector. :as ad- : .
'-Roaches '-posslbJe-T-elways guarding; their In. United ..States and that they conceal 'ministratrix-of the estate of,,A;.JfMoCormae .
'
I t.re.t.1 shall appreciate the solid themselves so that process In this rastt_- d..a..d.- Jol..d b ; ',THAT PROTECTS: ;j i iw :
support of all'votera. FHLAW8ON. cannot be served upon t ham. [and.that band. .. w..n Btlnant.v. ,. ...., ,.' I'
I NO1-J. oI.onou to Persons, Animals each of .{... said Respondents ar-ovr rW' H. Jones-apdRflsabeth Jones his "
'-: .j, 'er"Fowla I FOR _SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.. .. the: are of 'twenty-one years: -It Istb.refpi. wife respondents. Foreclosure of mort- . ,r
Ordered.lhat the said,'Isabel ;! a.. Notice..of Master's Bale. NoticeIs SERVICE: :
old by your Grocer 4; ,'- It i ..,I.wish to submit-my candidacy-: ... Waring and R. D. Waringher, hus-:: hereby given by the undersigned, as "
j < .. ,
0"
school ( th and. '
eounty'' thirdoof be.and they are b.reby.required,,Bpedal Master .heretofore appointedIn ". J'
: Soldgby.our Druggist --.., I, trict of.Osceola to sat to appear to the, Bill of Complaint. file : the above-cause that pursuant to n 'THAIVSATISnCS ....
_
.... ... ... ., -
the--coming'democratic7 primaryTuesday. ,- .n this cause ... or before Monday, the,final decree. ? at Z5"and G c'.;the Box: June (. During th.:past, 8nb dar' """' .' ....... ..._ ..... ''b... .. .; .. ,
:!> "-..1'. :..,."". (\'I...prl r'N. A4vt. -r.It: m. e.'. .,I served lo the capacity of school --true.year.! the allegations; Jill:said VuY will be take'Sn .''Ishal" 11th ew the*' Ot...April.' .. .A..,.A.p'L.nl.Po 121.between'tha I. :'.' :':': y'< .e jJfif'f\ : : / "eEl7s',: ,tjt'tr 'utl4.1t111 f : :

>t.*.10. the'Saint Cloud II<:hool district: as .confesse4 bF the'.*.d.It..po..d.'' : legal hour'of .talk: In I : 4
,I shall appreciate "0111"- .apJHrt and If I .at. _.It.1.-t.rth.e.ord.red.> batthisorder' eo"",,.Ho....door at Mir i i; LUPfIRS"'INSURAN' : <::f' AiGCNGY % '
'
bed Flsl .'for tent' .W. B. elected the.best.eelmy the. duties. "of the. be published once' i a week foe Imme; Oeoeola County, Florid., offer'for -"' .. : ._ : : .. : ; .'
oUlc to ablllt,. four consecutive weeks In' Thkisslm'mss -
sal. and sell the Interest of W. IJ.
14-tf *
.' Carette/offlee, .... "' ", BRA1d1AR., I. Valley tQastt"*. i, p.wspar..r pub-,loaes<..and .Elisabeth.. .,Jones, his wife as.

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:TEN THE'KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JUNE', 2, 1922
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, Kissittitnee Business College

wants'
_ lion in ToucH Typewriting during the com WONDERFUL SPECIALS

big months. Results guaranteed. The rates\ $3.95 3.95

,for the summer'are' being made five dollars

# the month. Il T

The first pupil to enroll will receive one; rli

> oj' month's tuition free. '

11 SPECIAL BARGAINS IN HIGH CLASSFOOT.WEARW& ,

Cleo Woolrldge, and Miss Sue Wat .
son were aides to Mrs. Sears in the ,
4JtLSIlClETY'S 1 REALM 1 service, while those present were Helen -
_Bass, Lillian Harris, Lilly Hansell,
9 .
Margaret LasreyTTTorothyliHerrRn- - elected-from-our-fine-stock-oneJiundred-Jtnd thirt
MRS. CLAY JOHNSON by Oliver, Martha Ordas, Clara : -- -.; __
Ploett, Elizabeth Parker, Ruby San

V VISITING Mr. Clay IN Johnson MIAMI, of 404 Vernon derson Donal McKay Thelma, Frank Sutton;Reed Add, Maurice Gilbert, five pairs of odd and broken size footwear; each pair of ,;

youth, left Kisstmmee on

da the avenue Tuesday graduation, for Miami of her, there granddaughter to witness, Wilcox, Miss: Principal Almina and Leitner Lillian Mrs., D.Mrs.B. Shaver Nelson - which will go at one price regardless of the regular sellingprice.We .

Makinson, Miss Schuman,
which takes
Rose Dann,
Miss Lillie
d place this evening. Mrs. Johnson will Miss Katherine_ wyckoff. are- giving a maximum of value for a minimum o.f money.

( probably remain in Miami several FORMER TORONTO GIRL _. .,
weeks aa guest of Mr and Mrs..E, P. MARRIES IN KISSIMMEE .
Dann, Mrs. Dann being the daughter A pretty weddingwas that? performed This cannot be disputed when you note that each pair named below -
Mrs. Johnson.
of WILL MAKE FIRST VISIT morning by Rev., when J. A.the Button7 nuptial Wednesday ceremony -- will be sold at one price---$3.9S' give you the choice of

TO NARRAGANSETT BAY unlttnMiss/! Maud Isabel Mat '
I ) Miss Jo Makinson, whose trrfvels thews and Vernor Masco Morris as these high-class goods :
in the
' have hereofore been confined to Florida husband and wife took place
t is to leave on Saturday for Rhode piesence of numerous friends. Thewedding y .
held at the evidence of
Island, where she will be the guest was
the bride's Mr. and Mrs. T.
patents
Slater Reed
for the summer of Mrs. A.

.y,.. at her beautiful Bay. country She will place accompany on Narrag"a"rTsett ,; the Matthews rooms ferns, were and at 21 flowers.handsomely Drury! Captain avenue decoratedwith Grant where Here Is The Assortment : Get Yours Now

t :Mrs. Reed l, who is to spend her sum
Miss Ruth
and
in her northern home. In September acted as groomsman
mer .
Hirtzell bridesmaid, and the bride -
was
Miss, Makinson will enter Columbia -
university in New{York for a wall charmingly gowned in white with 17 Pairs of Brown Kid, one-strap Pumps, .14 Pairs of Black Patent Leather one-
orange blossom ornaments, and carried -
course in physical culture. a bouquet of biide's roses. with Military Heels. Regular values from strap / ufnps, Baby Louis Heels. Regular -

,0. MISSIONARIES TO SPEAK' Following the ceremony refresh X
values .
$5.00 to $6.OO. $6.50.
.
AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH ments were served and the elegantbride'scake' "N

s t;". been Mr.electel and Mrs.to nerve Branch as, missionaries who have and Mrs. Morris was immediately cut and served.left Mr.for 11 Pairs of Black Satin Pumps, Baby 8 Pafrsvof* J White One-strap Pumps, Baby

? in Mexico by the recent Baptist con Tampa return will for a make brief their trip,,home and upon with their thebride's Louis Heels. Regular values $6.00. Lou i Wheels. Regular values $6.00.
be
vention, have arranged to prudentin
Kissimmee on Sunday -thin to bea parents. : 19 Pairs of Black and White Oxfords and t
7 Pairs of White
portion of their itinerary covering NOVEL ENTERTAINMENTAT One-strap Pumps, Baby
the state Mrs. r>nnrh will speak at CLASS RECEPTION Pumps; military heels. Regular values Louis heels. Regular values $6.00. >
,t the Baptist church at three! o'clock in
t D the afternoon especially to women, Mr and Mrs. D. B. Shaver enter from $6.00 to $7.50.

i while in the e 'enin<>,- :Mr Binnch, w"n tained the graduating class and facul- 14 Pairs of White Oxfords, military heels. ...
8 ti address a mixed audif'nce-the purpose ty of he Osceola high school at their 13 Pairs of Black Kid Pumps. Military .
; interestin home, No. 9 Orlando avenue, on Tuesday Regular values $6.00.
to
being1 engender/ An eleven heels. Regular values $6.00.
the missionary movement. evening. from eight to .

ENTERTAINED"GUESTS o'clock The living room and dining room 9 Pairs of Black Two-strap Pumps, Baby 23 Pairs of Men's Brown and Black Ox- .

F AT SUNDAY DINNER I were beautifully decorated, the color Louis heels. Regular values $6.OO fords. Regular values $6.00 to $7.50. ..
+ t Mr. and Mrs. Carson Farmer entertained scheme being; red and white-the olaan
: on Sunday Mrs. M. A. Geiger, ,colors Baskets; of red roses, the y..
l + P who had just arrived in Kissimmee to class flower, and other cut flowers,
visit her son, Dr. H. S. Geiger. acc ferns and ribbons, were used in the Remember that these are all broken sizes, and it will be to your advantage to call early

'r 3 c companied. junior, who another has son just, L.completedhis D. GoiKer. decoration.Upon arrival the. guests/ were ushered and make selections. It is possible that later on your size might be missing-so early -

second year as assistant principal one at a time, into nn improvise shopping witl be best. Come in and look them over, anyway. :
;i of the Callahnn schools. Mrs. Geiger , studio, where their pictures, or
and her younger son will remain here profiles, were t traced from their shadows -
C several weeks.'probably until Mrs. H. on the wall. These picture, were
S. Geiger'and children, who are visiting used later in the evening in a contest '
r Mrs. Geiger's sister Mrs. Ed. which each !guest was asked to recognize -
"' ear Oliver at Savannah, shall return. each teacher's or pupil's likeness Fred S.
L. ,D. Geiger, a young man with brilliant ! Miss Katheryn WVckoff and Gilbert "
". prospects, is greeting many of Maurice Wilcox recognizing the
k,. his" forme friends in Kissimmee- greatest number, J4e'f'ivedprize.( .., .
'having formerly been a resident here. ,mall Ivory picure frames; and C. H.
Rice and Donald McKay received the THE HABERDASHER
PRESIDENT OP CLASSENTERTAINS bocby ;prizes, large red anti)! white
'" '. HIS MATES striped sticks of candy. The guests 106 Broadway K1SSIMME Phone .14
3 Saturday evening there was a pret. engaged in another contest, that of sr 4 I ,
ty reception given by Joe Sears at the forming words from the words "grad ,
110m.'. t, Ms parents Congressmanand uating class. Miss AJmena Leitner %l" *
l'oIrs. W.z: Sears; 404 _Emmett and Miss Ruby Oliver proved to be tl
t ., street'when tbagraduating class and the best spellers and received as prizes ..
the faculty of the high school were entertained boxes of candy tied with red rib I T 10I
na, most pleasing manner. bon. Lillian Hansen and Miss Beals Katheryn Wickoff, Miss Lillie Schu-j,: LEGION MEN SAVE HOSPITAL FLORIDA FEED STORES
The rooms bore the touch of the class received large red and white striped Misses Helen Ames, Clara HAVE; IN LARGE STOCK I NOTESFROM '
a colors, white and ;red,'and the refresh. sticks of candy as booby prizes. man; Ruby Oliver I'I Jersey City, New Jersey.-While a1 l I. OF ALL PURINA GOODS ST. CLOUD
meets and the dining room carried M'rs. Rice then gave a charming Ploetz, Margaret Lesley, forest fire was sweeping down ]
e'Yerywhere"the same colors There reading from Riley, which was well Lillian Hansen, Elizabeth Parker, sick and wounded ex-soldiers confined ] Under the title of "Florida Feed 1 t E. M. was
fi .were numerous progressive games I received. Dorothy Miller, Thelma Sutton, Emily in a Lakewood hospital American Stores," there has opened for business lando Albertson a visitor to Or-
carried on throughout the evening I The color scheme was carried out Lillian Harris, Joseph Legion men rescued their invalid a new establishment.....which will on Wednesday.
Sanderson.
r, and< the|contests were amusing. TheHeading i In the refreshments, which consistedof junior/ Frank Reed, Donald comrades and parked them in an open specialize in the goods of the Purina I r'',
Sean Mr.
Me-I and Mrs.
.R. G.
.j prizes,were won by Mrs. Nel- ice cream and cake. Red carnationswere Maurice field. Then they saved the hospital manuacturers-handling material Wldrig, of
f'son.Miakinson and Add Gilbert, while given as favors. Kay, Add Gilbert, from destruction. both at retail and wholesale the There Apopka Cloud. spent the week in Saint
the 'httle baskets of flowers offered The following guests were present: Remember that no dairy cow will has ;
I POEM already been unloaded in the store .
for the boobies were gathered: in by Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Makinson, Pro produce a good flow of milk unless a vast quantity of these goods which 'I I Mrs. :;
Margaret Lesley' and Principal D. B. fessor and Mrs. C. II. Rice Miss AI- she is well fed,whlh is not more than Just to show what a brilliant class have established a world-wide Jemima A. Miller has gone to
6" \Shaver." Mrs" Fred S. Gilbert, Miss mena Leitner, Miss M. F. Beals, Miss I can be expected. the present Freshman class is,we are tation for excellence for their several repu- Casey, Illinois, to spend the summer f,.y
,I printing several poems written by for which I Mrs. Lora Long .
some iof its members during theirstudy uses they are recommended; been spending;: :
of in Englisn class. and the manager of this branch in a few day. with friends at Apopka.
poetry Kissimmee.-for there is a chain of Ni,
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,) sat beside the rippling brook like establishments scattered through. homenshere Peterson died at her .,
( And tried to read a story book. out the country-feels there is to be Thursday morning Hereon :
,-= = But the joyous murmur of the stream built up a very strong concern. There ,' Bryan Peterson, accompanied by .
'==1 Led me.off in a fairy dream.I ,has been Jong-time lease taken on his wife, is here from Live Oak. /' j
.. : I the building at 408 Broadwaynextto I
;!! Holders :1 sat a golden! throne i the Makinson Hardware Company Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hedrick and ";{.
: of 3 3-4% Victory Notes : And ruled upon my fairy land alone, ,I i-where the business is to -be con with family relatives left on and Thursday for a vls't' .(f-1.
band ducted. friends In Indiana. -
A And the fairest of the fairy :
,. = Present your notes for redemption. The interest will cease Around my golden throne did stand.A BIRD SANCTUARIESWe Dr. and Mrs. F., F. H. Pope and Dr. ',;s.
I and Mrs. Ira Scott and little daughter
;::
=' 'June fifteenth, 1922 = splashing in. the little stream noticed in Wednesday's Tampa Evelyn visiting In Kent, Ohio. I -.
Awoke me from my fairy dream. Tribune that Mount Dora had been (
=-== =- But the memory of that happy rein made a bird sanctuary, upon whichwe 1--- have ar J
=== = Still lingers in my wondering brain. congratulate them. But we wishto from Nebraska.
r
-HARRY SPEIR.A state that it is not the only municipal Mrs. LaSchar was formerly Miss Alma
: '. The Bank With Twice Told Stories I bird sanctuary'in the state. Far Coble. ':;i'
.
Pleasant SurpriseIn from It-Florence Villa, Haines City .
: : the i summer when the nation shines and Lake Alfred have been bird sanctuaries Rev. and Mrs: William Landiss anjjl ..
; : become old but you will never become == bright for some time. Winter Park ,daughter, Rosemary, and Mr. atft
t Ability tired It wakes me with, its mellow light, has long been a bird sanctuary as ''Mrs. Josh Ferguson autoed to Winter 'i1
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I lie so still that I can hear have many other towns and cities in Park Thursday afternoon. '
'r" and = Strange sounds that fall upon my ear... the state. We hope that the next legislature -
Memorial
Of Your Bank Account =I will make every incorporated Day was fittingly observed ] -' ,
the, entire ,, "'
=== I hear the whip-poor-will's low cry, city a bird sanctuary by state law. during day.. There -
.' Willingnett The-wealthy men of our country were. Within the lone dark woods nearby, Live Oak Democrat.It was a large parade to the cemetery, .s ., .
r where the .
And then a step so soft and lightI might be added-that Kisimmee many graves were honored:
= '
'a to ServeBank almost all boys adn their lives and there was a largely-attendtod .
poor gasp and close my eyes Teal tight. has now been a bird sanctuary formore v : ..
gathering in the G. A. R. hall to I-! ';
'=== than a ante-dating manyof R
,..: Are Interesting And when I ope them I see that such places in Florida. The effectof ten to a splendid program-the address .
y.. Tis only my little black' cat. proper local legislation has already being given by L. Parker. ,, '.I'
DEPOSITS INSURED and known to most of us. You may not = That's ,standing there in the 'moon been felt and the number of birds and Miss Cdn Miller ,.
k 53 become millionaire but = I daughter :.V
a has
you can save light squirrels been greatly augmented. I
of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Miller' of Ms- '
I .
If p enough to keep comfortably: And Just come In to purr good-night. .
; you _KIMBROUGH OLIVER. FURNISH TAXIS simmee, has lust won the gold medal .r
; = (offered bv the United Daughters of _::'
*,
'e.: In Your Old Age Omaha.-Four years ago the words the Confederacy for the best .' '.;,
.4 ; ':.: The Lonely Man "Over There" meant a boy away from I the theme: "The Confederate essay Museum on- ,

,_ Let ui help you start today by opening an == He came upon a winter's day, home and loved ones; hardships, rain, at Richmond: Its History4 and. '. .
== = And stood'before my door, mud.,privations, fighting, wounds and Alms." This Is the third th...
Account with
f; : us. year ,
He looked with longing eyes upon perhaps death. In the "Flapper Dictionary
the medal has been student
won by .
= The children numbering four. **- of today.. according to the the Woman's College at a Tallahassee. ,Vfof ..,,'
American Legion of Omaha, "OverThere" "
He did not speak he did not: move, means a warning;: "that the ..
Ills eyes ne'er left the door'' girl lives too far to take a taxi!" The PROPERTY CHANCES ;'
i. I wondered wb.r.he looked so hard Legion! is "ttrytng to do something HANDS .> ,' ,
of Osceola ::1 I ,Upon, the..ch1dreD! four. about H.LABOR. . A communication from E A. Strout'Farm _
., County Agency, whose headwaters? '
i N : Then with a last long-lingering look' CONDITIONS BETTER in New York gives a bit of .
He turned his head: away.. which is mentioned over all Americas .. -'
..:;,Jt,; ,. And left the gate to start once more. Seattle.-After furnishing an average "The R. B. Keller farm tl..U acres ..)
'"" it",1', : c/til \. ,' ,,1, '. , I ,Upon,,his.lonely way of 660 former service men a at Kissimmee was ourchadbd by J.'
Hoar* 9 A. M. to.,3.P. M. I month with jobs front which it Is estimated E. McCUin of _
'e>. "' :: t ., , I r knew why th1aJon..mu.: they received ',in pay. more Georgia" ..''
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-", ;':- -- Who lingered on his way than $50.000. the'.American Legion Cheerfulness and:industry In pan ..
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Stopped at my door and looked"upon employment .bureau at- Seattle. bal ents spread their' influence o'Yer' thai., yJchild's !;
_ The children there so cay.'I" .' ,- been closed.,due toUhe, improved working character aa a sunny:day sheoYwT. >
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