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 9, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01067
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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** : ,QNCE : Bass' Katz' .v SHORT. .COURSE.
Carry The County .
OSUAL..JUNE'SESSION W. H. Dresch, ' the .. 'The proudest boy in Saint Cloud THAN CONSUMERS BUY

_____ ,.. Presbyterian well a* occupying church thchair of Kissimmee. of philosophy as Official Record JWade Wednesday returned&,John Cecil from' ,Outlaw.Gainesville He.where has just he .

t.. ,Either i Perfume. FishhouseOr and psychology. Rollins college ,.participate in 'one of th.short courses Municipal Utilities Prove
.'Winter Park was given the de 'Three Votes ,Margin in Fifth
.' Commissionership ;and gIven tt the agricultural coll ar#-
Move It Afar Off ' .
v n"the 01 Doctor of'DlvInsty, last I year Seven. In 'First District; Counting Second) and his going there came as a prise Very Economical For"rf
University of Colorado, Last because of iue the
Is The : standing Boys'
Request week at the' 'closing' of Rollins be was Cholce"'Yotes.' Acre; Leads Sutton by 14 Pig Club of Osceola county. It,was 'All- Tax-Payers: .
given the ..m. degree- an occasion, determined by the county agent that .
At the regular adjourned' session of' greater moment because Mt.came Rainy and threatening weather kept Member school board first-district: he had made the beat showing in the AJori'bacic e'In
:-"r""ofrthe city council'( held-Wednesday, 1r .llL1haLquarter-whel'Lhe.e.JnO.t.;I many tender'men from'the"poll en H. MJc.tll; 355; F.-H. Lawson 157r interesttaken-'and the profit--mad.of< electric 'lN1. when the JocaJ' '

evening a request was made by-F. A. Intim.telyInown.\ His immediate "Tueaday.buOrMlgbrbrftotecttbatthe : Member-school---.---board a.cnd'die-; ; i

Nave that accumulated back taxes congregation a* well.a* the entire women were not fearsome -of trict: J. A. Bronson, 92; H..E.- Brown believed. that with the added knowledge ._ _
I e' deleted' upon a piece of property citizenry of ..Kiisimmeeappreciates dampness and they gallantly went to 78. he gained at the' agricultural ;:
,hedesires to secure for contemplate the honor thus presented him-believ. the polls and voted to their hearts' Member school board. third dis collegM while he was Gainesville ., ,'

ed .Improvement. The tract adjoins tag 'it -not to be an empty title but content.. There were .comparatively trict: Tie .Bats,. 178. ; Sam Brammar will be a great incentive for still better HRttent
other property he owns and' he has one highly deserved. few women who neglected to do their 299. work. "

'. secured the tract, paid the>1lty and duty as compared with the men. -')County /commissioner first district: -
*' : taxes,,_and now desires to be There were some surprises-..*nd K. L D. Overstreet, 95; J.' E.' Sharpe.
veleased in part from the taxellwhich' IMPORTANt.MEETINGS! some disappointments--when''' the returns 88. GRADU TIO SERVICE : '

been accumulating since 1901 were complete-and It'might'be ,Count,... 'i-ommissloner. third"'dis- ._ ? -" Seciir * "modern _a _.y.*. .
amounting to $200.50. The taxes I said that haste was made in every j 'trict! W. W. lvey.-65; Henry O, Par. At the --

,h f< have become so large he said that FOR, CITRuSGROWERS case to have the records before the j ,W'. 131; I.-11. Wetherbee, 29. ,CROWDED AUDITORIUM electrl present time toe municipal' _,
*.. no one will buy it; the previous owner _, county election board' at an e.rlymoo I I {County commissioner, fourth'' dis. fine hundred plant 1 I. giving the city ..
ha* refused to get; a clear title and ment. K M. Edna brought in tho1 trict; : A. F. Bass, 285; H. H. Hull 151. neIcc thousand. kllow.t ,.nun.reel
Mr., Nave therefore made an offer of Speakers of Ability Will return from Lokosee and Kenane-'j]I County commissioner fifth diatricU Sixteen Given Diplomas eight thousand each yesrlittle nOt'e tun' the 20- Discuss AH .Problems ville. so early Wednesday. mom tc John H. Baisden 80; 'G. C. mont ..... kDowet hours each
.. Address l\d
Following \ for
year bill. The matter was referred to that it was--evident that he made-J iMiller,27., By Plant has the peat 'Par' the ,

the finance .committee and the city Of. CitrusGrowers' very early start-or had packed his The counting of second choice votes, ProfessorSalleyTerminating portlnlf. Few been -practJcaUyaellsup_,
attorney. and they will endeavor to car and started the night before.Aside ;(there being but three offices for an citjz.n realise what
form some precedent upon which all Important field meetng have been from those two .precincts and wpich there were three contestant, the school year the In aten..e lighting system II now' ' .
claims may be settled. arranged by the eounty. agent, Leo the two precincts of Kissimmee it was would have ,made no notable change class of '22, together with friends mends ua--.nd there are constant d. ,' ,
Councilman Rosen felt sorrowful at H. Wilson In co-operation with the 'declared impossible by members of except in the one instance of repre. : and interested spectators completely .for .tree made upon It for .xtell.fOIUl. ,
delay in a reply to a letter he sent state extension work in agriculture the board counting the returns Wednesday I sentative. Acree had 466 first choice filling the auditorium, listened to the along ; Ii"JaUnK when the .identa
Maasey A: Wlarlow. Orlando regard and home economics,.. the project morning to give the figures{ and 28 second choice votes from those closing exercises on .Monday evening buy the line will not even alr1'8e. .
IR<<' the status of the case of the suit promises to be well attended by the for each precinct-this being the first''who gave Johnson their first choice: received their long-sought diplomas. The service for domestic "fIe.. c',

I ". brought by Maloney.Lupfer Company host of those intensely interested in time The Gazette has ever failed to. i]I[This made a total of 494 for Acree. then stepped from the stage to receive month municipal la water' plant in' earls .
'. 'I against the city in whiclwjudgmentVs. citrus culture--ifor one entire day -secure them. .J J t 04 the first votes east for Johnson the countless congratulationswhich million supplying tree abouteight' .
Vs. given the city. The clerk was instructed will be devo'ed to the essential points The tabulated return from-the four there were-32 giving their 'second showered upon them. It -was retei5 gallons 4)f water for which Ie '

to write and request an im- connected with the industry.. There precincts named are a* below: r.holce'to Sutton-giving him a total a gala event-and gave a fitting close keep not a cent. This f. given to, !
mediate reply to the matter under will be present and participating a The totals as furnished by the coun- I of J: 480-and still leaving .Sutton 11 to the..year* of study,and.-clo.e'e" Sot' tank sewers... ' . ',
'$, .consideration. tody of men well-versed in all the ty supervisor of registration, EdgarD short of tieing the result. tendance-an evening which had for ; public' lprlnkftng a..c1. ,,,
A communication' regarding;; the problem which annoy and vex. the Katz are. shown.below ** The primary' election of' Tuesday been looked' forward to with eagerrtess whitenr uses It 'be,iieeded

ditch close to his property w.. for- lrOwer-and It is the desire of the United.'States, senator: ,Albert 'W., passed off in a quiet m.nner-in every and expectation. Gf l.ld..that'therrls"a lmmbot ,,, __
warded by Pat Johnston. He stated state officials that every grower 'hi Gilchrist, 831; Park'Tram nvell, 771 polling place and aa a generar thing The graduates were-fortunate .t th n.fIre-plugs..mainta.j'of the I all.lloc" '
__.fftthat stagnant water was remaining Osceola county-and even In nearby Representative in Congress: W. A. I there seems to be no recriminations or. so able a speaker had been securedto in other city wit.... eolt-where
-' there caused by the obstinacy of weterto counties-shall be present and help McWilliams 285; W. J. Sears, 877. 'hard feelings among the candidates make the address of the evening each cities under private ownership "

run up-hill and said that the the experts to go deeply Into every State attorney: Joseph H. Jones The findings of the ballot box are as Professor Salley is known through. by the pluC has to be established ,,'
matter must "be remedied. Referredto obstacle which attacks the grove 408; R. -F. Maguire 740. something no one ca) predict with out the state as an impressive orator, about city-and a"rental..rvtN .'' .
the di\h committee. num.f. Railroad commissioner: H. S, Bowden any accuracy-but once the votes are handling his every subject In a -with forty dollars a year '. charged"
Johnston & Garrett filed a complaint The day selected for these meet. 263; A. D. Campbell 287; R. L. counted all interest in the matter manner most impressive and elo Water an additional charge for ,the: ,
against the present location or ings Is next Tuesday, June 13, and in Eaton. 279. seems to die away-and the world is quent. i The during/ a tire. :
the fishhouse of A. Rosen declaringthat order that all growers may attend Member of house o I representa- one more running smoothly. The entire program rendered was given free that!: much more water U '.'
the odors emanating therefromwere ,"ere have been arranged two sessions. Lives: C. S. Acree, 466; Claud F..Johnson Precinct l' (Kissimmee), gave the as below given: to' each month than is..,sold. --
decidedly unpleasant to the olfactory These will be held at widely 238; J. A. Sutton 448. lowing official figures: March from Athalia High School( conaumen should convince the enereI -. ',,
organs>f tho...e visiting their offices : separated localities in order to accommodate Supervisor of registration: W. C. 1<0 .. Orchestra. lar.ta public that the two municipal '

,I or who were engaged therein. I, .L. .. the.. larger. ,numbdr-alrougn ,Bass 636; C. W. Griffin 602. _-__' Continued on' Pace, ,Two) Inv".linnR..v.- ;; VLF TF-' f-li-Aamh- ft n' .Imee. .TS a good Inv.sth..nt for.,Xli...
toward u is the ; -------------- h.h..UU.u. Chorus-"Roaes :" .
The season was progressing nope that aa many From tire South. "
that time when every breeze would I growers as possible shall attend both' Solo..-J"Rolling Down to Rio/ Chamber -, )
be laden with odiferous unpleasant. I meetings. The morning session will : GRADUATES PLEASED GRADUATES LISTENED Address-Professor N. M. Salley. of Commerce

V ness-.and each breeze would be aimed be held 'at Shingle Creek commencing enior Quartet-"In Chapel Hall" Meets For Luncheon
towards their of Ice. Referred to the at nine o'cjork) at the fine grove of Messrs. Sears McKay Reed Gil

sanitary committee. George Bronson. The afternoon ses. ENTHUSEDAUDIENCE to SPLEjjDID( SERMON bert. At the regular weekly luncheon' '
Another ommunlation from Pat I ion will commence at two irty. at ... Overture-"Light Cavalry" High I l h. Chamber of Commerce ,held '
Johnston was to the effect that while the grove of Z. W. Wetherston located School Orchestra. Wednesday there was & pod on.:
he desired the Rosen fishhouse rer'' 'at the point. where the road to Sketch for Entertainment Baccalaureate Address Was Presentation of Diplomas and the a nee. and two visitors' ...attend"Introduced. 1 :

moved from its presentlocation he was :.Vatcoonpoi and to '-'elwur" fork. Written by Graduates Given Awarding of Medals-Superintendent President Howard Katz ,
averse to having it located some fif.-i In order that the best results may Sunday ,By Rev. C. E. Yowell."Commencement of ris attefldance at the .pok

ty feet from the bridge at Cape be recured It will ben cellll"ry that WonMuchFavor ,, J. A. Sutton March"-Misses Em. Municipalities ,at" Jaekacnn1l1e-.ftd.League: Of".
where there residences these ineetlnlrs'IIhall ily Sanderson Helen gave much praise
Breeze were no commence Ames Thcl- to that .
and where It would be several promptly on the time announced' because I I Friday evening satiw the school auditorium Rev. J. A. Sutton, D.: D., took for ma Sutton Elizabeth Parker. which he predicted would assoclatioss
.hundred feet from any landing place!' on of the fact that but one day weJl-fllled $o witness the his theme as he addressed the graduating much good in all 'aceomplI.h. ,

the lake-directly out in the channel; can be devoted by the experts visiting ,program of "Class Wight" by those class of the high school last A Dastardly Attempt affiliate* wui,01 KiMlmnii should.tate.

far from anyone. Should the council psreola county. There may be a to graduate when the final exerciseswere Sunday morning "LeadersMp," and To Wreck Candidates I. the league to: Neura.
allow this to be done he hinted thatt.f multiplicity of problems to be dis- held on the following Monday, proceeded to depict the crying need ome of the benefit! -to aeerae'and
he wojuld enjoin the construction. To cusKpdnd it is the desire of tho and! none were disappointed at. the for leaders, in every branch of.indus Sometime between dusk of urlled that aU memben of'the eham.'

;,.,' ..the ordinary layman it would appear speakers that no subject shall bfolighted. entertainment which followed the' rise try and in every profession. Leaders ;i dawn of Tuesday there Mondayand scattered her should| attend the next '
,;. .W th.t.n previous love-feasts betweenthe Among! the.aubj cta to be of the curtain. The sketch ''1492" with profound thoughts-leaders: with thousands of were which wa to be hold at-QrUndo meeting.

lawyer and the fish man had been handled will be fertilization. cultivation. ' which waa the result of the' collab- sound judgment-leaders with the ,, several, voting precinct small'of dodgers Osceola In Re*. ,Allen J, Miller,'who:Jito'cupy oc.
placed in the discard and .a >pruning.-soils adaptable, to cit- oration of three pupils-Thelma, Sut- power to grasp great ideas; all these county which doubtless had effect the ChrlUan,church pulpit 1for
rue culture, control of insects 'tons; Helen Ames, and Joe Sears- were needed In walk of some the ...
had been made.The plant || eyery life.' He the vote cast. These .ummer./ ,
<-' council passed a motion that diseases, general grove" management I I was preceded by {instrumental tyid drove every point home with decided read upon, something like dodgers pressed his fntroduce-d"raDCI'Q."
'. f'ti.. -A. Rosen be given as full permission. and Much*other' 'matter. as, may. be vocal music, in which latter number emphasisand buoyed up graduates 'endorse the following candidates"We In sent to'' Kissintm.e... "h..h..alre.d1: ,
tas. it was possible for ,the, council .to brought up. _" i I there were many voices-proved to be with the belief that there was still I the primary of June 6. and will felt at'home'.. : '. .
tender to erect his fUdibouse on the :cleverly conceived original in thought plenty' of,work to' do and plenty' of appreciate ElIIa F. Dav1s the new twaitnerof "- M' '
site he had selected, some distance CAMPAIGN IS CLOSED T\'\and successfully presented.. Perhaps be accomplished. The entire the your supportThen each appeared Milton He ,' from the bridge named and a cUll BY ABLE 'it i was a trifle too brief-for there address was a most worthy one.The I the title following of the names office, being under I in a brief peeeh b told tome of the re-, -.
farther distance from shore line. CANDIDATES were numerous incidents which could following i. the Ions which had
any complete program caused him to \
ought O. Partin
"Henry Claud F. remove
';. A bill from the former city attor I have been prolonged with credit to as carried out Sunday morn ; from the northern '
Aside Johnson J. A. Sutton part of'th.. state
from th 'excellent or C. W. Grif
speech by1 1 the performers and ; ,
pleasure to the to Klssimntee. '' '
ney, Lewis O'Bryan for services performed Congressman W. J. Sears ing at the school auditorium the fin; A. W. McWllIiams." The circu I : -
"- was presented. The bill several i audience. three churches whose pastors participated l lar P. AJ Van Agnew; ofVlnter Park
'ago there has was signed "K. K. K. .
called for the payment of $430, with a been a marked j' Those taking part were all the I in the exercises having abandoned -, The intention of needed introduction, ..' for'
paucity of candidates the printing and :y.are
seeking to discuss members of' "Class of
22, and the he had been
credit endorsed for $84.89. It was j their morning services: a resident of
distribution of these crculars KiMlraraee.
\ referred to the finance committee. !.. matters pertinent to the Issues ,characters assumed by each are herewith Song -Doxology. is very and all were pleased that he had
of the day and their plainly obvious. The authenticity of rUd-
personal excellence presented: I dened
l for the positions sought. No
BALL ] c have occupied the band-1 Margaret -_ nett. Gazette feels safe in asserting that were mannminlacelJeel Jae
LOCAL PLAYERS Lesley Actress "Ye Shall Dwell In The Land"CharuB. might have told 'of nameroos.......'
in not written
tiflnd the they were nor circulated
park and
perhaps 1 1was Elizabeth Parker .__ Old Maid I! hers of the
,' owing to the remarks made by any of the candidates-nor with lonjr before Mr.:
at Thelma Sutton __.._ Congresswoman I
Prayer Rev. W. H. Drell h. D. D. Volstead .volplaned, his-
a Chamber of Commerce their approval. Some of the members upon untold
luncheon by ]Emily Sanderson Widow' victims ..
"FOUL" but
GIVEN BANQUET I Trio "Lift Thine he confined
Eyes. his
;. : ,I.Mrs. J. M. Duncan that spurred the I Helen Ames ,_ Janitress' Announcements. of the K. 1C K. are most IHIvllre 'In to'saylng"good remarks.
thing about
meeting of their disapproval of the action. One ,, Kissim
.1', Saturday evening. ]Lillian Harris ___ Farmer's Wife Sermon -'"r-dershlp"-Rev. :J. A. mee.
Remarks originated for man in Kissirome said yesterday that JI'L
, Fans Approve AppreciationoC 'an ]Dorothy Miller Missionary( Sutton.Hvnn"IIe. '
purpose had been circulated con- ]Lillie HansenSalvation Girl I he would "give one hundred dollars for
f Kissimmee Team By I''.cerntng the Army Leadeth Me"-Congrega- information which 'would convict the
I'I'i party affiliations of J. Martha Ordas __ __ Duchess COWPUNCHE8S'AQAIN' "
-- tion.
i I I A. Sutton candidate ? guilty parties;' and others
., Chicken Supper ,I for nomination ]Ruby .Oliver _-_ Snake Charmer Benediction. are fully
for representative, and gaining in ]Frank Reed ...__.-_ Musician as disgusted because of the. Action. '
$1 To commem-.t'the record the s strength by constant circulation there ]Maurice Wilcox Prize Fighter There is no doubt that votes were .
f ;' Kissimmee ball team made at Palat-|I was felt that an injury was being Add Gilbert _- Farmer SAD..NEED OF WATER changed: by the circulation of these SCALPJAINES .
ka on the previous Tuesday and on ;done. The supporter of Mr. Sutton Joe Sears __ Patent Medicine'Doctor circulars-and that is why The Ga- -
r. < Wednesday the ball enthusiasts of urged that he make positive where ]Donald McKay United States Senator xette warned all voters to beware Kisimmee Fans: Got
he stood between the last-moment charges which might :,Crazy;; '
the city concluded to contribute as as democracy and FOR CEMETERY USES '. ,
?'v their share toward Indicating approval reoubllc.nlllmlInd he cheerfully Householders Must be circulated Over Local Victory. : '
i'' of the outcome of those games a I yielded to the request. During tho Connect With SewersThre Florida laws have this to say regarding Yesterday .. "

'., "victory luncheon" in which chicken afternoon of. Saturday he had expressed Think Driven Well WouldBe such .' circular: v.
'I. '" hould hmiself at Saint Cloud-in or- "Section 9. Any person who Haines
an important feature. City loaded
prove was for bear '
f But a few moments were required's,der that there might be mlsunder-, that are a will score be forced or more to of connect residences An Incentive For publishes or circulates any campaign terday when that team, tackled yeJ the '
to raise the needed fundnd but f.tanding; and Saturday evening, after or political advertisement Kissimmee ball
r- with the sewer system at a early club on the local ,-
being introduced very Better GroundsFor without the name of the author and '
by W.
Attorney J.
another few moments to arrange with moment thus the' grounds witI an imported pitcher and
I complying with .
of the
I Steed Mr. Sutton told in words wh'khbore name printer or publisher
," Cafe for excellent first baseman "
an and
sup- ordinances of Kissimmee and rendering a while .
thereon bv th.1.
i4 per and service, for Saturday even- no sign wavering and no tingeof condition far more sanitary. Asa : some time the matter of supplying shall as conviction required : this section visitor made the locals carryfarv:
.Ing. All the concomitants which'add untruth precisely where he stood matter of for the the upon be punishable away look with the score at 5 to 1.
\ I I I as between the two parties. He economy city Rosehill cemetery with a water by a fine not exceeding one thousand '
1&.1.: to a chicken supper/ were served f briefly told his story commencingat very ordinance will be enforced where the I service has been under consideration dollars, or by imprisonment not exceeding But the whole story took a sodden ,'
t and. evenice cream and cake were change in the '
residences are located within the limit lucky seventh when i

: the the country school and terminatingat by the city council.' Years ao there one year or by"both such three : ,
not Music
throughout I of a sewer connection. The'matter fine and imprisonment." w.Ik..J! one error and a passed. .. '
i evening was furnished by the Kis the present time; and Jilt language is to at once be taken up by the sanitary was driven a well and an engine was The Gazette record and was replaced by Miller. Six hit,'4,
showed that on ;
his election to the position goes aa
.Isimmee! orchestra I tend interspersed I Jt committee the subject having placed there fbi service-l ut the frowning all acts of this three walks one error and a. passed "'
of nature
:,:; were remarks from some of the team 'Inapt i or representative a mistake. could not be been considered at the-meeting of he I pining was poor and the money expended and under upon no circumstances will it ball gave Kiaiimmee nine run*..Per
Li. with just enough retort to make mat. council pitched a magnificent *'.
%, the ,I At the close of his. -remarks which on Wednesday evening. At was well-nigh wanteJ. ThereLack len4 its column or its service to so Haine. game-holding' .. '
terse interesting. Following to
iapast th e present time there are 214 buckets I City four lone hits. '
the entire party were. guests of j'!were frequently (Interrupted bv ap- which must be continually cared for Ir I was a of interest shown by those scurrilous. an atatck. upon' any candidate ,"The game was featured by the hitting .' ,

., J.-F, Freeman at the Casino. The af-i,plaus.< Attorney/ Pat Johnston Intro- by the wagon-and in addition to the I having: relatives there and there; waswe1.perfected _ _ I of Waters of Halnes City, and ,.. '
:' fair was a happy onnd ''duced one of the two candidates for no plan by whicn the : Sam .
very cost of service the cost of disinfectants by Prather Story, Archie ,Me.Lean
.I t -
: formed a bit of enllvement to 4>e not state attorney, R. F. Magutte, of Orlando run close to' $100 a month. city kept (up the graves fcr II modest Gazette Sued For Libel and "Big Eddie Duke". each, '

,:'1 soon forgotten a young attorney who graduated Much of this expense can' be obviatedby I frice per annum. In nearly every $25,000 Amount Claimed : getting two hits. The biggest feature ,
with highest honors at the state 'I'.r there ia schedule for *
( a yearly
enforcing the ordinance-and the p ,f it all was the rooting of the, Klssimmee .
't J j New Man qer For university in 1915. and has since succeeded 'result will be a more sanitary city. service-or one can 'p* a stipulated Summons was today served on Wi fans. This should be'done, every ;".
in establishing an exi llentJ Slothfulness is expensive to the rria... one time and nave the lotcared R. Harris to answer the complaint of gemit being a factor in 'giv,
> entire
: The, Dollar Limit |J practice" in the county where he was' community, and there 1* great I: for as.long as the plate.U malntuined. Claud F. Johnson of the Saint Cloud ing our bo8 confidence beside upsetting
born. Mr. Maguire made an excel need of Tribune against The )KIsslmme Val- the of the '
action. I nerve '
George W Persons has secured as J l lent'talk; corroborating the assertion It is now purposed to tnca- morearrange' ley Gazette) of Let' be there next opponen "
Company charge Tuesday'whenFort
: : .
;: manager to after several ..depart.ments -.]made bv the Introducer that he was BANK CLEARINGS INCREASE for water service by linliitg libel 'and the dauares placed at Meade'comes' her tohave'an.
p ;. of the Dollar Limit the service I I the recipient practlcally.Gf'tbe en'dorsement a well of,a'she sufficiently.... to $25,000.,"" Pledger Davis are other-reel ', .. ."". -
4. 'of his sister Mis' Estelle Per. .', of the entire bar of the That business is Improving in'Kis:' give an ample supply..of water install L :,for.complainant i ,are: and ajtorneya the- .' Batteries gfli*.Kaines City" ,.Overstreet't "'! "
4 o
cone.' who has arrived from -'Buena .seventeenth judicial district. His rmarks , simmee should be indicated by the fact t an engine and' pipe additional terri summons is roade returnable Monday Miller; and kMJUes JlnlfOmPera

\. 'Vista.;Georviarand will make'.her-residence -wereuelLreceLye4-an4.made that the clearing between the Bank tory.It will .b* well to .rranije. a July. 3.",, on. .- and tol'J'J1mp: ; 're*-..A'VT' .*:' n ',In' Kissimmee.. The interestsof g'marked impression upon the large of OsceolarGoontjnand; the' Merchantsand sChedtle4-Of.pnaes. .peri annum.,by , : : ., score: 'i. "<- _' ;>" .
..' Mr. 'Persons .are diversified the audience.. ,/ Farmers' bank'of Kissimmee onTuesdaylast which one man will proper'y care for : Pacific coast sea galls show antagonistic *i'' rheJ. ., .. :RTarTc7Haine : '"
extent,that'he I I.' forced to be"often touched the highwatermark all grounds which the owners I spirit toward the English sparrow City...230 OOO <>00; -6 Mk:4Kissimmee' > 'a"
;k': ;absent ;,front his;this.;city- >A maid"in a'New''York;hotel l died of 11,412.89. This, U an excellent In a- reapectable'condltioa" along the wharves and docks of .. 001.000 0x.--1011: :*$,,
,__ .and he'I Is congratnlating: himself that JectlItly.1e.riIIlr an estate of 115,500 I showing-.and to a certain ex lD.tt4Ifr'-'tume4 over' to the eeme- 6eattIe'.Tbe guile drive the sparrows :. :
:... he ha now secuerd one-who I II de penfi. : earned by her own hand Her pay 1t'U L tent 'marksthe amount of business' tery.committee' to present plan and I away because,.they fear competition '.There' nothing 'quite,like'Veing' .on" ' >-

LT, .,. -\able- -! to- .'look-- after!'.-hiInterests.. . ." 916.,week.. '' '- '.'P 'r.V:! '. being..:'transacted. 'in,'Kissimmee." ;' ...1 I I I.COfIt*'of each: "improvmnts.. ,. '. la.their dally quest* ,of food.; :,,_,-- time,.unless) it)is beio, .on the. nay roll."I .' .41 '

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!. riJOIllDA r small, will detract from publicity gives to this attractions Rate Attorney by a very large. v !"tr..1.; '

W. 0. HARBI* .........., r aDd: 'nteJJe ces. 'are sadly in error.'In. tnes write*--The Gazette to say to the pe . '" J
i' Jed JC. O. VAX AOWtTW $aWretarr of enlightenment the public i* not to be fooled regardIng 4 pie of Osceol eountys : ;
W. I*. Tllonlfr r c Uttor tb* situations in .U portion of the country, and "I am deeply .grateful for the ,
did ... on Tuea .
.IK..rno". aATICe endeavor if'opinion! that *nly perfection. slat.1d which irrealize I I. the result of /
: 0.. ColI,.. 'floe Tear-.... .. .. ...** locality'' usually. result in the distortion of (act. of"m
.1.1 i. -r any ; earnest and faithful endeavor !
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p t 0.On.. eo"Jf.Cott' TII sw I:&,.* m**"*-....-..__...._*.fc.>".w.._..-.._'..-. "*., Suppression of fact usually results in 'the birth. friend throughout the circuit;
i' error*. Up to this time.the only spot In AJDeI'ka.rfed ...- .1 this etompDntmUry a expression 1
r, as .eoo4I-c... matter.) peace prevails, where no errors occur: .-

.AJJ ,_,".alc.UOD. .s_pt from eerrospfeodent slander i* minus 'and only. excellence' i* plus* .. in I the mindful term of of the my,trust office,and make, confld'nc."poNd me ( WfJI s j
e '- .. ...., be .ICB" "* the writer, cemetery' -and there.. no live one'there located .1I In me, and will be an t ''f
: "' RJet4 man.r' will I* returned If called for. Even so great a paper a* the Chicago Tribune Incentive to perform every r'r:
.- not hesitate to condemn some of the condition of that trust with conscientious .
,acesa. -W-.... I prevalent I r oughness. No effort . 1 .wl( i
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I THE AMERICAN FRJgasAaaociATioM J in that city by the lake, and baa frequent be lacking sincere ,...\
express my
t from one of which the following is an extract preciation, in term of service to i
FRIDAY JUNE ., I.22. It I.i time for the people of this town to take oeople of the Seventeenth ' '
,1 .J.__ _ __ ,- the city back into their keeping. It i* time to put f I Cirewit.' I I 'I\ i ia
'more crooks!, behind the bars-not the little ,
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ftI but the big It is time to pot 'more killers '

s - _Jgllowv! _It.the Jaw.cannot saves .we. croou.j l :
OUGBl-fORIUlnm- ourselves. Every officer of the law from v4 Stationery Out 1 ;

i constable who will) not fight for us In this Democratic Party I .
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1 go. I ola County From'I I .
THE GOLDEN' RULE:-Whatsoever ye would that Hai civilization been beaten back into the jun- I I ; ,

men should do to you. do ye even so to them: for this I gle'! Is it to be anarchy= t Rotten oolitics.. rotten anarchism I SEARS, MAGUIRE ---------i '
r ,.; i /is tbe .law and the prophets.-Matthew 7: 12. with the allies they have ;made with the human j. Iw '
1 leasts that atalk the shadows of the under- I :.
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i 1'y; 1 CARELESSNESS, NOT RAILWAYS, TO BLAME I world who have done this. The crime wave is atill I front Pap .0...) iF : '
weeping" the country, and we are trying to brush I ':, r
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FOR Several years there has been a cry of "the it back with a broom! r i
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rl x { grade-crossings! must go"-merely because a considerable I All of which.= goes to prove that n'o matter how \ ) _-___-_._.-- 60 I:
number of careless drivers of automobiles have been or bow large a city may be there can be po harm in tellirig !: -------.- 237 1 1 1y 1y
t maimed or killed while contesting right-of-way with j I the truth about it. i iBLUNIJERSOME .:_- 88 ;',. '
d locomotive. would be far and much more ___ __._______. __ 203 ".
a It cheaper \
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r t effectual to safeguard all automobiles with safety devices will be the effort to foist-upon > 35 "

t preventing: a pare greater than twenty-five miles i Henry Port] the nomination for presidency of the United -_____ __.-- 178
an hour upon any motor machine than to force a still! !States Possibly he could be elected, were the electionto ____uu.n- li7
''r greater debt upon the railways, which would mean more I be held tomorrow, for he ia the most popular man in ____. 131

watered stock, upon wriich divldenda are expected to the country today; but as a president there is every bebelief :.----:.;.: :- : --- 220 72 HeRE IS .
1; materiallwhich!' In turn would demand higher tariffs that he would be a (failure and of not half the valueto ( --- )-, gave-- the

fr both freight and passengers. The fact i Is that careful the country that he is proving in his special and several ? figures: Put up in cleverly contrived r,
I drivers have no trouble with railways; only the foolish way. 1.- 11 the celebrate Hammermill ? :

s .i. and those anxious to "show off to the passenger : _______u.__ __ 24 I that has not before been shown \
; lose limb and lives through accident of that nature. BOTH the and the multitude of _------. 7 i. abeetwo4 elegant ', printed :'
postoffice department | _________. ._ .__, 38 ; paper
1 Possibly one-half the live lost in automobiles are banks scattered over the country desire the money i: .' 16 I of envelopes printed in like .i

j ,f y through the carelessness of the drivers in passing others the common people to be deposited with them. There is ,I I ------- .u' _uu 23 home with untmg material \.
/(Fan at a terrific pace regardless of the rights of others. a difference however!' between the two as to how to induce 1 __ ___._- -|6 novel' and nice; and so arranged :

t 'r A case in point wan that of drunl'.n driven near Jack: that deposit. The banks go after it in a businesslike ', 15
SOfty-me'la.t week; another case of serious accident was manner and pay for all the publicity they get; !''I -- '- ..-- 3'

r that at Pinecastle last Sunday. Seldom is' there a daily fiostoffice! department is a beggar, pleading for pub- : ::::: -- -- 8

r st i Inu. of any newspaper but what there!' are related!' licity which it needs but is too "neaand close to buy _. .__..- 30
serious and usually fatal accidents; and ninety-nine percent as other enterprises buy. Throughout the period of .-_-- - lj> Kissimmee
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i of from the bank in the -
railway crossing mishaps come irrexponslble war the
every country was liberal to
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' drivers. Why demand that grade-crossings! point of xtravairance in its publicity stunts-and all the the
f when' other and economical methods of reducing time the mendicant ( ), gave N. B --The cost of a carton
flt v s go more postal service was a holding out itshan figures: :
' t the number of mishaps are the more readily put >K, palms up, for what might drop in them I, ( _u-----. . 59 ro be !gained is most tatisfactory.
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ONK; of the Boy Scouts rescued a Chicago resident i I _.u__u'_ __ u.-- 176 --
liEU EVES HE CAN AID LONGEVITYn from drowning in Lake Michigan. The rescued. to _- 83| I
] |. .. -:> show hn appreciation of the noble act, gave the Scout : -_-_-- _-. .r... .u- 145 >$6 qmiddy relieves Colds, Constipation : .:..

tR APPEARS now another reason why Henry lord 1 a If-dollar... The boy l looked at the gift, then at t"aivtr Bilioaneis and Headache .

! + t should be given the Muscle Shoals project-togeth< r remarked: "I have no change! and returned the 36 Fine Tol c. {,
/ 4. with all that pertains to i although the contemplated .entire four bits. Good scout! :1- 94 I -
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i r plan may awaken still more political animosity toward I .-- 89 '
r him from sources that have heretofore!' been silent. I IF all the candidate were as good an nome of the -- 13N Tor our Summer' :
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said they were to the .. 85 .
He claims now that he can make an unbolted flour newspapers previous primary it ------ -
)' ; which will have all the soft whiteness of the flout now is a real pity that all were not nominated.. On the other ( ee). gave. .the rol.- ; ,

in common. use which has had its strongest!' health-giv I, hand, if they were!' all as poorly qualified as some of the!' figures-______--... _n 2 I. C"'byrg'e'tetL :
err ing qualities ,taken away from it. The flour we eat'I newspapers said they were it is a wonder how any of COLUMBUS__-- ..-- - 10 o'5 ;
r res. daily-or that the most of us eat-is admittedly robbed j them were. nominated. ___--____..--- 2 '
of a of its factors the I _-------.--.-- 10
great percentage sustaining
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wild desire "have the NOW is the time for all good editors to sacredly t .
R to whitest of white flour" go into \ .--____._ 6 aloly'
'' the bread wv .at;.w. have sacrificed! quality for the ...kel".ppe.ranc..1" pack away the carefully wrapped half-tones of the pastiros'pective _____._._-- .--- G t .i
e. '. candidates. Some of them will be needed ___-______ ---- 2
j But now come Henry Ford with the announcement during' the ante-election period: some will not be.needed _...-..._.,....---- r
that-,he will. allowed to take over the junk pile :at till "next time." ; -......4..-*...- ( REDUCED j
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Muscle Shoals, place on the market a flour retaining all i
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tM good qualities( of the whole! wheat yet possessing all I EXPECT to pas through life, but once..J!''If, there. I -:ji.-...,:,...-. ......r--.,-.,'..,''-"."i12 raUlroadan

the araelvenesi of the finest and ,whitest,patent l1our..DeI. .,- fore there be any kindness I can showr, or any good thing ...._.__.:..,..___. 3 TEV ; z
.. ... J[ dd to fellow-being let do it _.._. __.. 7 i
;i ., dec:1ar: ,that with such a food life will be re- can any m now, and not -- ---- X.Best} ,

; ;: a tamed many year longer. No longer will the good beobliged defer or neglect it, a* I shall not pass this way GIVES THANKs ..
47 to "die young" If fed on the "Ford Finished Penn. ... .... .... ...." ,
.FIoat," and It shall become the finished food of the I honorable and candi patri Bathing Beaches : '

.r R ,Multitude.. Longevity for all clssses means longevity for LIFE is made up not of great sacrifices of duties, but supported from my Osceola 1nFloridaCHAMBERafCOMMERCE 'i,jj;

, i Henry Ford-and that 'means*still greater things to be of little things, In which smiles, and kindnesses, and legislature: I thank ;'it-
accomplished [through his inventive genius. Health i I. a small obligations, given habitually are what win and ,
. '. 4 wonderful blessing.: -and the producer of the Economical preserve the heart and secure comfort.-Sir H. Davy. I J. A. SUTTON. :
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Elizabeth is proving bit belief In the efficacy of his J,1eredtng 4.rdtw v II" rlpplreafion

'C new flour by being a consumer of the product in order KINDNESS is the golden chain by which society VOTE *- R

i to show the.people what can be doneby a bettered food is bound to..ether.-Goethe. Park Trammell:

that the people of G .
;d BUSINESS MEN GET A POINTER ANOTHER writer leaves the daily field for the week- I j I an overwhelming-

F., -- ly. Gilbert Freeman news editor of the Tampa Tribune to serve them for a !

t t! sw 47 NEARLY every city where there is a large wholesale and a splendid writer-forceful and to the point--has United expression States by sen-the

'I . 'competition there Is1 an organization which pools its is- bought the interest of George W. Adams in the Avon of Florida of their

'' J. cues, subscribes for all the country weeklies within !Its Park Pilot and the Sebring Messenger and proposes is profoundly appre- THAT ii :

territory and engages a "cllp- lrl" to study every Issue make those papers even better than they have been in \ to assure every vo- '1

,; : ,Clf",each,p.per. The girt has to clip every a..tlele'per.. the part-a most difficult thing accomplish.. While the sincere gratitude. It ;
' ;" 't,' tafning to the merchants of each city and town; to note papers of the state deplore the retirement of Mr. Adams honor state to'.Florida be a sen

rry. the price mad which would Indicate that something they are pleased! that so versatile a writer as Mr. senate In the THAT

might' be' going' wrong: '; get announcements of new Indus- Freeman is to supplant him. my present! term my 1

1 trloa-N-elOier Immediate or prospective; and to" report purpose shall beto t I;
when a constant advertiser "drops out" his publicity. THE most: agreeable of all companions is the simple faithfully and effi LUPFERS' 'jI
the token of confi
{ There are many other. notations which this operative frank man. without any high pretensions to an at the ballot box to-
r .4 ,Y' mast do to meet the requirements of the men !hi the pressive greatnessone who loves life, and understands and moat treas I ,
In the of it obliging' alike all hours above all bestowed - ,
pooL : another coluny today will be seen a notice use ; at ; of could be
n ks' which' has been received by the Florida Development ''golden temper and steadfast at an anchor. For such -people of my state. ' a

Board-In which one man "proposes to learn for himself one we gladly exchange the greatest genius, the WINNERS
, q whara" way be found the. best location for a new business. brilliant wit the profoundest thinker.-Lessing.
' ) f ,Mercantile establishments nowadays make careful examination were awarded the pu- I ,
schools Kissim-
of all condition of the city and of the locality ,MUCH amusement has been lost to the people through evening.' of The Rose ;

'] where they expect to locate-and come to no hasty the just ending political campaign because Albert W. general excellence
1 ., conclusions I Gilchrist failed to rejuvenate his "Three "
M1 ; ai iff the days of old. Monkeys. Mary Stanley. The
it be that Albert has renigged from his platform of "Eye given by Katz It's

CATTLEMEN TO 'URGE TICK ERADICATION they have-yet see no evil; ears they have-yet hear Fell awarded medal to', Lewis which

.. -- evil; tongues they have-yet speak no evil ?" of the senior

ytl .CATTLEMEN are In earnest along the. east coast best essay, was You a
+ Jail '' 6 for the enforced ridding of that territory from the sad PURITY and simplicity 'are the two wings Emily Sanderson.
which above the
earth and all
man soars
and cattle tick
i sorry are forming. an association into
which all cattlemen: will be drawn for the ol Simplicity is in the intention; purity in the affection Masons

f '"' 'driving'.from at least A portion of' the state that purpose backset ; Him.simplicity Thomas turns to God; purity unites with and enjoys Jacksonville a
to i 1 business. Including Palm Beach county in its en. Priest
as High
tlrety the territory embraced In this action will extend DAYTONA hat contracted to pay its city Bryan, as Principal
; "a far, north as New Smyrna, and will be bounded on tour thousand five hundred dollars: a year. local Chapter have

} th* Wit in 'Saint Lucle county by the branch: railway of those east coast folk like to jiave the best that is goin.or from Jackson
'the Flagler System, known as the Okeechobee road. Sam'tvJ coming.' attended the grand r j12
8ommrlin/who. .* become far wiser within the 'past Mason They are f> ca'ul !
1"HE. aerie of
r.f! two years, j Ja at .the head .of-the procession, and It .1.1 are* ** }ruthi seethe simplest;' are of the election aes-of .
....n.d that *v ry'stockman within the prescribed dls- greatest" men.- Hare,. of West Palm tion t i
:.'.f'c' Met it .to cooperate In the movmnt' to ; : a visitor in Klsiim.
j get proper l gislatlon A MA>i' '
there but
push if takes
.. ,. fan get ; a m l post of Grand High j.
.!. through th* nxt session of the legislature. with"character tq iherew a r
stay beplberd. the KissSm/ne
r::}.v' DoobtlMt the will be aid In the movement etTen'fro" Initiated into the repre Or Bfisk Miffiag
.all /Mctlona of"Florid* where theta may b*. any. consld-I SOME folk see nothing hetrld'dust: in the Pl"r.lthooeJ-on. Syi ,
,4' t bli'guanuty of, stocky rals.d,- ., &.ad .ch'o! grief because ,th." ca\ father at.Selectcep of one of the sessions. *
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i", PurinaChowsare now on the job to help you make more prof its from your Cattle, Horses, Hogsand Poultry ; r

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better from their claims hal made the Purina Mills-the largest milling organization of its kind in the .
1.\\ : Chows is bated upon that policy. If we can't help you fgu/e{ out a profit ., ;' T

:.r feeding them we have no right lo expect your business world ___ "
,f li; All we ask is a chance figure with you-not just on the cost of feed, but on the cost The Purina system of feeding challenges every feed and system of feeding] of whatever '. xa7

; of results: We.want to sh* w'you how to lower the cost of production per pound

; 'l" 1 per gallon of milk, per dozen; of eggs. We want to put the proof right in your milk pail, FiTS. We are Interested in nothing else-our future business ,depends' upon making sr tJ .'

tt,.. your'egg basket,'or-on your.weighticketPurina Chows are delivering the proof day good, on,.that basis. ,Your Profit must come first,,then ours come,as a_ matter! ,of coups. ,.{>. JL., .

I f: .. . So come on folks -I't us figure it out. together. f'If ,

." r We don't expect 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 .w. '

' 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. We're ready... . '

;:y How about you? Come talk it over We won't do so very much talking. We will let the Purina System do'the most of it. . I .
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PURINA O-MOLENE is grain ration composed chiefly of cracked .corn and
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I HERE ARE THE CHOWS PURINA PIG CHOW is a cbmbinatioA of pork-forming element that comply with I :

_, PURINA CHICKEN CHOWDER is a poultry feed balanced to be fed with PURINA the most advanced, practical and scientific knowledge of swine feeding. Indispensable.
I' J 1 BABY CHICK CHOW (Chick Feed) or PURINA HEN CHOW (Scratch Feed). Sold for breed sows and pigs. Used by the best breeders and feeders. ::01

: 0: on money-back guarantee produce double' development in chicks and more eggs from PURINA CALF CHOW for calves. PURINA PIGEON CHOW for pigeons..and ..
t.: laying; hens. PURIM CHICKEN FATENA for poultry fattening; ; -

+' PURINA COW CHOW is a balanced ration that supplies the milk elements in the Stop in and Examine These Famous Chows 1
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:, '.' Furnished rooms for rent. W. B. Miss Foda McNeil leaves today Mrs. George Remington and Mrs..-I sented the amount of time certificates TOURING. THE.UNITED STATES
Harris, Gazette office. 11-tf for Ocala and Gainesville where she E. Remington, who were called to Auburn of deposits, amounting to 37724.62 '
I will attend summer achooLMrs. New York about two weeks _a sum which brought the total of Miss Mary Rafferty.., of Phoenix,
.' LOCAL Wiih but two members of the l nard ago to attend the funeral of C. H. that institution to $205,837.44. Arizona, has been several months in'
of c< untv commissioners pre,.mtt at E. C. Dusenborry, of Avon
Amerman, returned to their Kissim- ; ,
: AAJPPENINCfS. the. operintf hour last Monda:"- -the Park, is in Kissimmee-guest of her mee home on Sunday. hOOKING FOR SITEOne making a'.tOut.:bOf this'countryye.
( chairmen., E. L. D. Overstreet, kiiil I. parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. Z.' Rober- solved 'to "See America .Flrst'V-and
:: H. \Vttherbee-an adjournment was son. 'W hi-remembers when John Wr:Watson -- on Monday arrived:in Kisslmmeei;to
} 1r t-ikcn until I Wednesday. 'IDon't I was running for repr : -
itt I Miss Alblna the Florida
Well, )), who'd a-thought Smith hopre-agent, returned Development Board
t in thin and noatvn .
county- Charles N of 614, street.
wall etet.-
: lose hope Tanlac has helped to Kissimmee on Thursday for information was from a man in Patrick '
thousands' who had almost. after spending several days at Whit- That II'. he was beaten intll the"terturns another<< state list of Miss Rafferty will remain in KUslmmce'a -
d If your car- is in need of-repalraphone ) given up in from Whittior, putting desiring a newspapers will then visit
come week or more;
ser in despair. -Try it. Central DrugStore tier. In all Florida cities
H77"'for'qulck havingmore
DuPont at
Wa's',, tu"y: a score in tho lead other portions-of the state; and later
25tf than thousand population
L\ vice. I | Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Moseley, of 212 "'h.ttier8S the pivotal point. he can take short-time subscriptions, so pursue, her 'way northward in order'to

The June term of the county court 1 "IPVCS last week entered th. nth-e Rose avenue south; left on Tuesdayfor and learn from the news and advertising see< all that. section of the, many,
l will next Monday-with Judge of O C. Tigner, at Davenport, so the Scooba, Mississippi, where they Estimates regarding a suitable well columns which cities offer the Iinterlylnc' states.' Miss. Rafferty I.
open own''i-" reports and made a! (t''hWJY expect to spend the summer. one of about three inches in diameter best for with.this, her first,visit,
T. L. Comer presiding. I opportunities a dry goods < J
i i j carrying about two hundred d..llarq' driven at the cemetery with a goad< store. He wrote that he- .to--FJorida.' *- -
j! The family of Attorney Alex Aker. grade of pipe, show that it will cost has ample',I -C.r". -ti l"
Shaves 15c; haircut, 35c; children, worth of his most expensive gcMMJ cash capital to finance his business
man removed to Orlando this week. I between $500 and $600-but the pa- Cara Malaria 'Osifls..,
25c at Casino; Barber Shop. 18-tf Ni" clue to the robbers was found. I and will in stock ,
; I put an entirely new ,
:;J where Mr. Akerman has long been in I tronage which should follow would of 666 F.nrBM.ei; : Fever.
Married: Saturday evening, at the The 'offices or Dr. W. L. Winn are business. The family will be much lessen the expense as time rolled on. goods The list was furnished to i ;
Baptist Rev. J. A. Sutton, I I new located only in Saint Cloud.' missed. i. him. I, ". dC'oIds.. and. ,LaGrifp; ..
parsonage I '
.. ceremonialist, H. L. Tyner and Miss Phone 122. Office in Odd Fellows I Mr. and Mrs George W. Persona, I ... .
31 + Edna Sophia Barthel, both of Pine- I block. 12-tf. I' I. J. McCall, of Jasper, Hamilton and little daughter, Mildred, have returned I I"T""';' -::- ,-: -,-,-, -T"""' : -
:It county son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. J. from their outing at Moultrie .
.ii\ castle. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Simpson, of Orlando -' M. Duncan, of Kissimmee, was nom- I and other Georgia points-making the,I
:-- For rent: Nicely furnished, cool were in Kissimmee on Tuesdaythe inated on Tuesday for the position of I round-trip by automobile. Miss Es- CASINO '

,{, airy flats at summer rates. Located i. former coming to vote. Because sheriff I,telle Persons, sister of Mr. Persons, .THEATRE':
'. over The Gazette office. W. B. lIar- of a lack of attending to earlier returned with them to make her home I __ ,_ '" .
+ ris. tf tails his vote was denied him; but Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Donegan have here. )
.h'.! enjoyed himself otherwise. de-I returned from Winter Park to make I Week Commencing Monday "Jaaa'12' f J "
,ap Mrs. M.' B. Carson and children left their residence in Kissimmee. Theyare The Three 'Py-Ute Friends kill '
' 1 0, on the midnight train Friday for Savannah If you feel half sick, tired and worn occupying. the Carson home on them. Not a fly mosquito, roach, or
r+;' where they expect to visit out-all the time it is nature's warning. I Clyde avenUe. ant left in your house if you use the
., 1 ; relatives for a month or more. Avoid a break-down by: taking Tan- Py-Ute Friends Sold on money-back MONDAY 5 Jt' ,
g t. lac. Cen>fal Drug Store. J. H. Baisden, of Whittier, who was guarantee. Call at the Taylor System '
: f- < Dr. Davis is still at the Park Hotel .1 nominated last Tuesday for county of Stores' Kissimmee and get a I BARGAIN DAIS . i .,. ,'
testing eyes. See him for glasses for l' .Htlcl! and rain prevented quorum commissioner from the fifth district, supply. Manufactured by J. J. Cates i TWO SHOWS FOR ONE ADMISSION ': '\"
;,1 f4: vision. 26-lt nt the regular session of the city van looking after matters of business :
headache or poor Manufacturing Company, Sanford. Come and take advantage of the Biggest Bargain 'ever, offered in -
council evening Conit-- in Kissimmee Wednesday.Mrs. .
on Tuesday on Florida. 26tf .
k John M. Hansel 1, candidate for commissioner Motion Pictures a "
t" que t 'V President A. S. Gilbert! the 1.i'
L in the first district way crly inembci of the board there pr<'tpnt Belle lIe>rnaby and 'family, of A. L. King who farms across the MABLE NORMAND ,. ..
t,:. the only : voting .for himself. ing. by automobile for their summer homein the raising of waermelons-and yesterday "HEAD OVER HEELS '. ,
I Germantown, Pennsylvania. They took ten loads off his .
wagon J
> :if", v .ij. Bad debts collected or no pay. Remits ,!I We are still booking orders for as were accompanied by F. S. Ledbetter, vines. His products are consumed in ALSO % ;
4 guaranteed. J. M. Willson, district good milk and cream as can be found junior. and about Kissimmee-and the sample Episode No. 3 ,-- ,
p.I manager.- 15-tfc In FJo'rida-delivered at your door : brought to the office of The Ga "GO-GET-'EM-HUTCH" t'! -" I'
night or morning at a price lower Wayne E. Allen, connected with zette that his melons are of : n., *
Grantham and three I proves AND; -
C. II. who -
Mrs. local
the railways as telegrapher
than before. Satisfaction guar- :|
ever '
if t children having learned that the hus.I anteed. Sanitary Dairy, Lee Rogers, ; has been spending his vacation with fine quality. TURPIN COMEDY .. ',':Ii I
bandand the father had turned farmer proprietor. Call phone 127 two short relatives in Ohio, returned on Satur- I Because his many duties with and for
left the latter part of the week to one long. 20tlJ. day,, and has resumed his duties, at the local ball team demand practically WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAYA 'i
r visit relatives at Ilazelhurst, Georgia, the station. all his time, Sam Story has quit '
for the summer. L. Overstreet was called to Tampa the service of the Central Drug Store
on Friday because of the serious Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reed, of the until the ball shall close-and GOOD PROVIDER'i. .5
1' The Graves House now has a few illness of his mother, who was in a. Reed bakery, left on Tuesday in their until such a time season as he shall find more By Fannie Hurst ,:
/ vacant in rooms.monthly Now Is rates your for room hospital. lie remained as long as new car for an extended tour of the leisure Story's place at the soda fount I If you want to weep a little smile! a'lot, ,and have your heart .
get on business would allow him, and whenhe northern states, and will spend a cOn-
and board. 25tf left the patient was somewhat siderable time with relatives and will be filed by Donald McKay. Theyoung filled with happiness, see this picture! '!l.l'AL'5O 1
, man is already at his work, and N.
', Mr. Snodgrass', "Kissimmee, was improved. friends in Pennsylvania.Rev. is' asking his friends to call and see '" i

1 a business visitor in Haines City on Rev. William -Landiss, who has been hi. C. Ballou pastor of the him. "STEP THIS WAY" .i1 lq
Wednesday and addressed the Chamber the Free Methodist church at Sanford,
" : groomed for the nomination upon recently ,f
1 Crush
of Commerce regarding; establishment will preach at the home of F. B. Dow, The Orange
.- antthe republican ticket, was over from Saint offered a number of prizes for the SATURDAY i
of a fertilizer street'corner of Main, on next
Cloud on Tuesday, and spoke to the 7 Vine sentence
i ;' .. Haines City item in Lakeland.. "Tel women' of Klssimme upon the matter Friday evening June 16, at eight to briefest"Accompany and most a picture applicable,advertising STOP AND LOOK! ..._ ".._"..__ = -r
"' egram. __ -? of the Boy Scouts. .Th session o'clock. All are cordially invited.F. ;i its warea, For the sake of .amusement A B I G' D A YI :

.' In:every community there are people was held at the Chapter:,Rouse. S. Gilbert of the haberdashery A.' E. Thomas, of Kissimmee, TOM MIX ANP CHARLES CHAPLIN{ ARE COMING atOM

,. who have been wonderfully restored _The drying-rack for the use of the returned today. from Jacksonville, answered the-announcement by send ':1 ,MIX (
to health by taking Tanlac... department is practically coraplete where he had been in attendance upon ing.In,his, solution and suggestion in .- <* ;
Try it Central Drag Store. .: ,It is now located on.the music.1pafgrounds. the sessions of the Southeastern Shoe and,rt6 his surprise he waa declaredone His Latest Picture
baa"been Retailers' Association where dealersof of the winners. The sentence,beaUI' ''f
Mrif W.; :i.1norndk *. who and the* fire department Missing a U THE ROUGH DIAMOND ,
k all the southeastern states were ted"waa: "He's "
estimates that it will a successful g
visiting her two sons In :Eugene of business .. Good.Thin;* ; > ALSO 'k;.
' reached.her Kissimmee home method for extending-, life. > gathered fbr purposes [ _
'r Oregon V
, 1 Y Sunday evening after having been .the, hose already on hand. The. fine tram -residence on Main f (K: ,It; ''Bleech. cashier 'of1 the Bank s ,
In'm.. Latest. ., 3.i
: Very
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the trip. Kissimmee ,
hour on iq
F one week'and.tbree brothers:of.Carson Farmer street which has been advertised for.of Saint Cloud waa '
:p.e.{wo 0" '
t Miss'-Mattis-: Belle Harris,. who met who were entertained last week sale, by A. S.'Reed with the stipulation t matters of business. Incidentally "PAY DAY"I ;. ..
i itsatwl
her in Jacksonville,returned ,with, bert by3 Mr;and: '')In." Farmer,..have ,returned that tbe-;buildlnC must be removed .be atated that with all the WAND .. ,- ,*" w
.bt to their homesvrJCiA, : Farmer to. make way-for more,, extensive I care used 'by-mie Gatette In compil- o4J 1C> --aoBIN-U-E'!* .eo ..: 'J!" "'"...',.", v.. ,

l w , Bar Bent unfurnished! two-on tory)Dixie Hiha fOMhouse left onFriday afternoon for his improvements as been purchased -,''ing, Ihe figures pertaining to the ', ...... .. '.-. ,,; ..... . ...' .:frtt: ;..cpllott.', .; .

+ ''..... ....,.40fl Main street.: tAfply.t office home ''in'Miami the following and C.:day L. Farmer for his his by propertycorner-F. B., Dow who will locate Main- it'and; on bank made In of leaving the county out of an th error*' list had of been cash .. .> ,
ain on
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j : ::y'': ::."; New Goods Arriving .Daily' i "THE, CLOTHES ,BEAUTIFUL '" :, 1l\

__ 'Ve Have Just Unpacked This Week a Fine.Line of, Bathing Suits' \

for the Whole Family: For Father, Mother, Brother, Sis r-in: Made by Schloss Brothers. ,& ,Company' '. '

t 1 '. eluding those for the Little Tiny .Tots. Don't Miss'.theaeBIG : :-, '.- r., s ', .., '1SCHLOSS '
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We have also received a Fine Assortment of Triming for Organdy IN VERY ATRACTIVE LIGHT-WEIGHT BLUE; SERGES..'

". I Dre.ssesjn All the .New Shades. . 1 .

+ t' JI __ .. WHITE SHOES FOR LADIES ARE SHOWING AT$1.98.a Pair:. .. The Prices Are Very Satisfactory _>-_

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Li I,#' I / Spring Is Here! J
of Greatnesst
i : I The Measure This contest will appear,every Friday for 12 consecutive weeks. ;
In one of the advertisements cm Brie er the opposite page a word1baa ..,
t been intentionally misspelled. To lad It read every ad. very
,. .u."J ., : carefully., AND SO IS ;}
,t t ,___.__.__ ; \ .!. :,, A fire word slogan must be sent .in when sending in return ans-
-N'--A-llIoca in .the contest 1 be sent in for any of the advertisers represented Grantham Furniture Company }

?+ The Merchants & Farmer Bank family But. each one week.Webster's answer.' blank will be allowed to bo filled from" any.. one HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNISHINGS ':;

i.1' of Kistimmee Dictionary must be 'used for the correct spelling of STOVES RANGES, AND TALKING MACHINES
'1 : the words. AH slogans not to exceed five words and must be new ;
-- and original. The blank below must be used when sending in tho
answer, scaled in an envelope.All EVERYTHING TO FURNISH
'. has fundamental -to extend and broaden its usefulnessto .
one purpose .
answer must be in not later than Thursday 12 o'clock.
T serve. SERVICE IS THE BEDROCK OF OUR BUSINESS PRIN- The contest editor has selected 12 words which he has intentionally. ;

P :IP1LS.i I misspelled. Only eve word for each week .is recognized.In ".'.
the event of a tie for any. prize offered.. a prize. identical in all
i .. Perhaps you want to replensh; some odd pieces here and there in the
respects to that tied fen will be given to the tying contestantEight

prize are offered: $20.00 first prize, $10.00 second prize home. If so, we shall be glad to serve you. .
M + .: The Merchants and Farmers Bank, of Kissimmee is a great bank because 5.00 third prize $4.00 fonrtk prize $3.00 fifth' prize $2.00 sixth prize. .A
understand $1.00 seventh prize, $Ito eighth prize. .
shall e.'but -
only >
useful bank. We not ser
f it is a I Contestants most tara in answer blanks for sock of the 12 weeks. YOU CAN ALWAYS DO -
{ r' f h'+ and appreciate the service of others. We shall accept usefulness The misspelled word last weekwas? "Vanilla," In the advertisement -
of Casino Candy and Sandwich Shop. BETTER AT OUR BIG STORE ,
as the measure of greatness. The misspelled word today has eight letters. \
Now get busy, put yonr spelling ability. to the teaL You will PHONE 291
thoroughly. enjoy the task.

\ : ..... .... .... ..... ... 'O.O..OoO.O..O. .. .. *.., In and the the awarding best slogan of the* Mbntittcd prizes the will answers be considered in the misspelled together.contest .ooo.o..o..t.t .t..Ot004000000.00OOOto. :.. '."

r ., ', ''" Oi OQ6N00'40i090fPN Of.. to It to .. .. 00 .. .. ...

;. Instant.. Relief from Headaches Of. the TENTH Mis-spelled. WEEK Word, JUNE and Slogan 9. 1922 Contest l. Right; Prices At Story'sTen :

of Headache that come to us are distinctly traceable to ADDRESS __________________.._____________________________----- "
fk <, Most cases ...
k Defective Eye-Sight or Weakened Eye Muscles. Our careful exam- .. NAME __________________---___.__________________-___-________ percent ijeduirtlpn, on anWomen' Boys' and Men's Caps-the latest .

';, ,inations will disclose. any' trouble. The Misspelled Word is___.__-.__________________________________ Dwnscs and Aprons. reasonable' prices.Men's '.

in the Advertisement of_--h_____________u_________:___________

WI E, SANDERSON, Optometrist '- I My.. 5 word slogan .is. :.___________________________*.,_____________ Big reduction on all Chi1dr n'r. pants. Pincheck Our price. and, Khaki per' cork pair,, /
ST.itf. Phone'189' Fill oat this Blank with ;your answer and mail or bring to this and Girls Hats. $1.29 ,
r; ; r' ; \\26'Bro.dWa'- office sealed in an envelope not later' than NEXT THURSDAY NOON. '.
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,,;(,, . . .. . This contest owned controlled and prepared bCha..- .. Edward. I '/<"
.to o .
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1:: .' . .!.. t .! !OO otto"OO''U'OOu.o 0 c Jones. -. I "" Tenpercent reduction: : on'all'Women's Men's Summer Suits, $5.09: I
;" 0 '',".,._-."_._,_".,._,,p.,_, d-- ., ... .'.. : White, Canvas:*Ojc- 11.95,. .and $15.00J'. ", I "<..", ":' ,1.,,; .4f
...o.oooooooooooo .eoe' 00' 00otOOOoooOoo'tot.eIf ...O'o ;OO .OO.O..O..O) and . ",
iy 1 I fords Shoes.
Ii Topis Union Suits for $1.00
I here. The best value for the
II I You Chunk Silver MANHATTAN BARBER SHOP Reduction' on Tissue' Ginghams. money.

} I Dollars to the fish down at the !

; .I but City lannot Dock we stop are you.sorry If you for you pay .DAMN AVENUE-NEXT TO NEWBY INN LYLES V. STORY & COMPANY 1 1DRY

< more for your goods and do nut I GOODS, SHOES, MEN'S FURNISHINGS

take advantage of our Fill E D- ., AND NOTIONS<< .
4 r4 '( IM\ MAKING SALE we arc sorry i KISSIMMEE (!vi .
but cannot stop you. Only a few Good Service and Cleanliness i FLORIDA':

a ic' r F u y more days up to June 17th, and U 0 0.U .0 0 00 0 0 M-O 0f 0 0 0 00 00 0***-0< 0****0*0 0 0'9"*0-fr*<-' ''ei '' :'!"..
'" we' are offering you Bargains.We .. #.:.t' ..-
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are selling goods at prices ft
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cannot them since
we buy at #
Shine while wait *
the advance. in Wholesale prices you S-
;:, !, But we are good as our JustOneMoment 4

; word. We have advertised to Cigars Cigarets and Tobaccos J i
.1'.' sell these goods at these prices '
r. Let's reason a bit. If you k.
; The Young up to June 17th. Better can "get by" and save a little .
a- Jlurry.McCauley's. money with the best qualityof Kissimmee 1 Wk:
j Folks at goods, isnt it to your inter-
est to trade with me? I have .
c., ;. HomeWfcen been asked to "raise my price" ', ', I Plumbing Shop | .

ice t : Dep'L Store \ The Manhattan -just but I to prefer keep to in win the procession confidence; < > \".

you have a Brunswickthe and trade by selling at a lower
Sells It For Less ; Plnnspiar, Heating, Repairs '
accepted phonograph of margin. If you will call and .
the musical world :your investigate my goods and my | i We Specialize U ,'R

; daughter and her callers usually .... ... ..,......._._. ,,_._ _.,, prices you will see where I ,
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1 scale to the lowest figures. I'm .
: &
; find evenings at bornemore Contracting Repairing -
I t"4000"00"00'o"0" anxious to build up a larger ,
'Y' attractive than "going .. business; when I get all the : 1 <*
T' out." -TMHPeople's :- business I need I may raise And we Guarantee all Work to # 1i'
; ,' QUALITY SERVICE rices-but I hardly think . Give Satisfaction. No ,
$4t so; matter
5c & b 10c Store j ? . ?
I I ; l I. what you always get ..tL gave may some make prices them last still week.lower I'll I how small or large the job callus | ;

t 1Lr : .. do it again next week. In the and we'll be at your service j -'
SERVICEw meantime cone and trade with 't Phone 143 f :;
'ticy ( Silkateen. Silkeen and 0, : me. .>c"p",

N. T. Crochet Cotton ___5c : L 6e BRYAN 6 O.fillll'Y O. ....

icy Eir U Men's Wide Hair Pen Checked Ribbon per Pants yd15c$1.25 i Casino Refreshment ShopNext I 4- :: .

Bath Towels ._________15c. Casino Theatre I, ,
and FamilyGROCERY . "
EMMETT ST. PHONE 171 Ladies' White Stockings.
****> +'" "e0"0w>".O""to"0* .
per pair ------------1c. __ __ !-, 1
REPAIRING. --------- '
] Children's Brown or Black ( .:

Starter aa4 Ge.eralr Work A, Stockings, per pair..____10e.Baby's I: '
'!! Rubber Pants, #' ""-'- HAI'ISELL"S'GARAGE' i
'I' Specialty. . per,
WJL U'S STUDIO I I.f t pair ..-.m------. _35<,_:' Our always to please and
+ .f Kissi.aNa .' "- BUT. YOUR SHEETS.NOW f f'PeppereD we.go the limit .to do it.
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\ Car.,, Pepperen Unbleached. Sheeting. -' +< Prices Rights :QsJcfc DefiverySerric THE'BEST" SOLD.. i ", ., '
+ ' -.1: .. ... '
:f Tke Beat: I
.... .. recharge : ; :
., .. t i ; We repair aad aJI ,. I'
makes of Batteries tad give Free ; -- Our RepairiBf Deparr s4 isthe best in Kissimrnee. AH work'doni by'*3 *"fc::1.
; ; i- ;per yard ... -+.......--3Sc'.p rPHon.:: .. '
Motof'TCItiD.: are skilled mechanics with year .oF experience. Every given our Per ''J .
| Our price. "' car :-' ; r
, >;positrrery a the_IowaLit i ** .... :eR1cESCUT IN TWO.. 1 fi .. .. :Atonal Attention. ,Our Bi=; Fw: ,,P Fr.f Garage ha..'.,room'!| r1il>, o.r.I t.s .- ''\ .i".t i/:.

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8fdfeNews '

../ __ _ u _ u_______....:.. ___ ____ __Ud_ __. ____ ..", ________ Of her horn in this-city, at'the iag..,
,- aeventy.four years, occurred tl -

I .... . ......,....'. ...L'........... . . .... ...00.,-. ... .Oi0 J death Mary Yates-more on Saturday familiarly morning">of known Mrs..,

., t' The fifteenth annual cession of the aa "Grandma. Born in Madison
: 1Y.CE: :N'X, 0 ." S : -- Florida Bar, Association's to be held county she cam to this locality more
;, WOO WARO' [UMBER YARD at-Orlando Wednesday, June 14. han; sixty yean ago arid until twelve

y r The afesatt Drugstore The Jacksonville Metropolis, whichwas slmmee year ago sh./when-was a she resident moved of Into Shingle Ki_-
bought about two'years ago by ..e
Creek and for decades
has been
''r ADVAFIUS NnY PLAN roR_- DISTINCTIVE, 'TOILET FREPARATIONS-CARA NOME AND, been the S.sold A, to Lynch a Enterprises of ha known by the older,settlers for SCOT**
group newspapermen
of miles around and .much be10ved.Funeral' .
".wwvv+ ASSOCIATED'ARTICLES. of New York and Oklahoma, who
services held
BUILDING HOMES: will continue it asa, six-days-a-week morning at ten o'clock were; Rev. John Sunday J.
' The been
:" GET OUT OF TH.E OLD RUT I publication. paper 'has farmer officiating, and the remains
the late ,
... vastly improved man-
placed in the Shingle Creek cemetery
... ; . M agement. The name ha been changed . '- Two daughters, Mrs. Will Sullivan of

',: WE-WILL, -" BUILD- ,YOO'A-. HOME"TO..YotJR. .. . ORDER" .. 120. Broadway Pkeae 3 ; ; to Jacksonville Journal.Judge ., Jupiter and Mrs G. S., Sullivan ofJacksonvillewen ,
John M. Cheney, a most'valuable in attendance at the-
AND MAKE IT SO EASY FOR YOU TO PAY FOR 11 citizen of Orlando'died at his service-besides otter immediate relatives

. home in that city Friday afternoon residing in Kissimmee. ,

:-; -That t=You---Will-Soon-Easily- -Your-: Home 0.O.O..OO.O.O.006001.- .. .OOOOOO..0..QtO.OO.O.AU.T --.- honorsSunday The funeral was, .afternoon--at-tive held with- Masonic __ CARD OFTHANJ_ __

I REPAIRING o'clock and in respect to hi.'memory We wish to thank the many friends
... all of the public utilities were suspended and neighbor for their.. numerous' ' -
for thirty minutes at the time seta of kindness through the .lllnoa

COME IN ANn SEE us And w< will uplaiD the p3.n t. you YOUR CAR GIVEN OUR of the obsequies ' and following the,death of dear moth"r '
Mn. Y.tCl.
. PERSONAL ATTENTION AT : Two Packing destroyed, Gar. "MRS. G. W.'SULLIVAN.'
den were totally by fire on
,,... : CLAY & THOMAS Friday night with air estimated
BUILD NO. W -of $60,000 .It is thought the fire 'originated SERMONS WE SEE -,
: by-a gang of gamblers who

'f AND HELP. KISSIMMBE GROW You get an honest job lor an honest'-price. No job too small or too complete had entered privacy one of the houses. for (ByEdgar- A. Guest), l' Y

> Urge for us. We repair and recharge all makes of Batteries. \ ,I'd rather lee a sermon than to hear

.. .....o.. ... ....... . .. .. . .i..o.. o..tooo. .. PHONE ,22 stroyed Three within packing eighteen uses months have been at I'd one rather any,day one;should' walk' with' me
j .. 4440'P0400' '" 0000'0.0- 000.. tOto 00.00 .000.. Of cadia-none''of which have been rebuilt. than merely tell the way. .
: The.last. one to go up inflames The eye' a better' pupil and more '
.. . . . .... ..... . .... . ......... .. . .. .. .. was that of Chase A\; Com* willing than the ear "

'ooooo.oooo..oo..oo..o..oo..o o+4I pany-which burned last Friday. Fine counsel is confusing, but. exam

W., B.. MAKINSON COMP'Y A. S. GiLBERT"S The first carload: of onions to be And ple's the always best of clear.all the preachers-are

DRY GOODS SHOES NOTIONS be shipped from .Suwantrlse county men who live their creeds.
was .shipped from McAlpin tothe For-to-see-good put in action la what

Kissimmee's Big .Hardware ; ; THE LOGICAL PLACE TO BUY. SATURDAY AND MONDAY the State-Suwannee Marketing Truckers'Bureau last Association.week by everybody needs.I .

SPECIALS The onions 'were of the yellow Bermuda soon can*learn to if you'll l let 1
< Seminole Unbleached Sheeting 15c value, at _?_____lOc: variety grown and matured to me see it done; ,
I I Ladies' House Dresses _,-:-_--__---._ 98c to 189. perfection. Growers.;who have been I[ can watch your hands in action but ,.
Thread, 150-yard spools _._6c<< shipping in small toes for the past your tongue too fast may run
1 Voiles up to $1 values going at ___.._..__Sc! three weeks have realized good prices And the lectures you deliver may be
How Is Your Roof All Ladies' High Top Shoes ->._ _,.One-half Price and are perfectly satisfied with > very wise and true ,I.
Ten Per Cent Discount on all Shoes 'in Store; the very latest the results. But I'd rather get my lessons by observing
Styles .from J3.00 to what do
$10.00 you ;
The little of has
city Sebring
Walk Few Blocks and Save Money Seeing Is Convincing For I may misunderstand you and the
? bought a proper site and is to erecta
These high advice give
Rqiny Days you
fIf,' 'OOO.tOOOOO.O'O' handsome city hall of a size large But there's' no misunderstanding how 'f .,
for 'the next :
.. enough twenty years.The
:you act and how live. i
.JUi't received a carload at roofing in the various designs and board of trade will have accommodations -
in the building.Mrs. When I see' a deed of kindness 1 '
weight. .. suit yoM taste and porketboek.Wo' .
NOT CHEAP GROCERIESBUT Connie Summerlin, who was to be kind;
alee have .a ;full line of Roof Paints and Cement for Preser- dismissed from the position of post- : When a weaker brother stumbles,and '

master at Fort Myers last January a strong man stays behind'Ju.t
vatit! and Mirror Repeira
GROCERIES CHEAPISN'T because of serious charges is"believedto to see if he can help him then

have committed suicide. If is said the wish grow strong in me 4, ,
the To become 'as big,and thoughtful as .
she although
swallowed poison--
MAKINSON'S BIG HARDWARE THAT GOOD? evening before her death she appearedin I know. that friend to be;
rOOd spirits The family was And all traveler can witness ,that ,J'
Our Phone Number is 176 and we. Deliver awakened by her screams at about the best of guides today _
NEAR DEPOT PHONE 13ff three o'clock Saturday morning, and Is not the one who tells them but the' ,
The Goods fifteen minutes later Mrs. Summerlinwas one who shows the way. '

. . . ,. . .. ....... ... ... . .. ... .. .... = R..FLOYD: : = pronounced dead. One good man teaches mao"y' to be. .

t- i DOCTORS AND NEAR DOCTORS lieve what they behold; One deed of kindness noticed, . worth. ...
forty that are told. !
The public Is ever impatient of the Who stands with,men of.:honor learns.
-, physician's doubtful diagnosis. Of his to hold his honor dear,* .,
F.A.NAVE inability to explain disease in a word For right living speaks a languagewhich
I I Notice To Merchants and cure it with a word. It is ever to everyone Is clear.. :
I .... eager to welcome* simple statementof Though an able ,speaker charm sue!
why we get sick and how roe get with his eloquence I say .
-000All well again. If this statement has any I'd rather 'see a sermon than,-to'hear'
degree of inherent plausibility it will t
w one any day. <
merchants having ads. in our MISSPELLED WORD AND SLOGAN impose- upon large numbers of intelligent
Oaceola Bank .
; Building CONTEST are requested to have their change of copy in at people. Wild horses,. In bands ,of 200 'or
; 't A case in point is the newest school more, may be found in southern Idaho -
office WEDNESDAY of week. Copy coming in later be
each cannot "
of' Healing, "chiropractic. Every especiallyalong. the Snake. River' ,
,;r' I Class Investments changed for that week. We trust all merchants will-take this notice physical process is of'course directed In the more'arid and isolated sections. ,
j'1. High through the nerves. Then lie in, par4 These animals are aa wild as deer and..i
. in.the lame kindly spirit as it is given:
Pi'.:", '., in the spine branching off to theirdestinations. have no owner; It 1* said they have :
" .
dislocations leadto
:;... .. .i. ......... ''.'.'......!.. ..... ".. .. ... .... '. ., pressure.of bone on nerve Inducing a habit from of ranch.entlqing! ( : domesticated'horses '

;:';. ... .o..0.O paralysis and. other disorders. J' orA t4
.0tOOo .oo
t ':.}..4P6000644044906f66t .400 0 U UO-O 0 00 00 0 0 t tOoO ,; Aside from the specific cure which resetting new' machine gun'capable i "of firIng ' ,
000'1 : will effect it is clear enough
3,600 shots a minute Is the invention ..
The o..ot..oooo. oooooo.oo..o..oo..o..O.O.60rot that spinal massage will be of much of a Spaniard..Th.'JrWI is ;
general value. posed of 50 barrels"each barrel t
OSCEOLA So far, so good. But the chiropractor able of firing 70 shots a minuted
Broadway LAKELAND STEAM LAUNDRYTELEPHONE makes the generalization that all men are neceasajy. when the gun com,1';
i II disease of whatever character is due operation. "' ,

Millinery. to spinal displacements of a mild sort . .v.. .. : .
:for 'which he has invented the name '

Shop after '"subluxations." He proposes to cure! .guarantee that"If 'he'does 'they-'will .
US 'regarding all laundry work you and to prevent all illness by fingering certify him a.ihVtnt met' any new
HARDWARE the spine and setting right ttrsubluxations. retirement*'which', be. enacted- r
the truck picks up Monday. Package sent out Wednesday will be blindness may
He treats '
he graduate. :An"investigator
Pleasing delivered Friday. Rush packages picked up Friday delivered Saturday and deafness in this way though the taking course at one of
nerves to eye and ear never leave the was careful in 111*, final, examination "

skull. Germ diseases that are too in chemistry to answer every question ,.d
and R. H. RUTHERFORD R. A. SNYDER well established to be attacked as such incorrectly-and still he "passed.

Plicae 49 Kissimmee he meets with the explanation that Half and quarter,.hours are substituted .
ChoiceMillinery Special Agent infection proceeds onlv in the pres- for full .hours'of study Jo conceal' '

COMPANY ., . .... .... .. . . . .o ence of subluxatlons we but have the extent to which an .adequate
perfect spines we may with complete course is not given. Graduates of cor. '
Immunitv carry capacity cargoes of respondence schools are' certified. to'
..f .to.ooooo.oo..t..o.tOO..O O.oo.oo..o.o ooo.o the deadliest bacteria. The chiropractic practice though they have never seen '

{ '' : EFFICIENT STORE" novice locates wjth the touch of the Inside of a classroom -or-;clinic. x
"THE ROBERT RIEDEL COMPANY the finger "subluxations" o'f which The testimonial factory at Davenport

' ", trained anatomists are able to find no Iowa circulated 100,000 :copies of a, r.
k All Hats this week
:.:<..,.. go I \ NOVELTY WORKS I slightest trace. The spines of investigators document attesting. to a miraculous)
OUR STOCK OF HARDWARE at : have been X-rayed before and cure in a case when investigation

,' >s complete' in all its branches, after chiropractic treatment.with no showed that recovery was had, only
. w; all Everything la- visible change. As more than an ad- I after the chiropractor had failed to
and we give our customers HalfPrice j : lunct to orthodox medical practice the give relief and had been discharged.The o '
1: I K' the benefit of the falling market BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND LUMBER OF ALL KINDS thing: is absurd. recorded cures in any event follow *'
I Now the M. D Is compelled by law the
> chiropractor's own diagnosiswhich
MRS. J. R. SINQUEFIELD 1 1i House Building A Specialty. to be of good character; to have a at best Is Incompetent.\ a
: YOU WILL BE SURPRISEDat i education admitting him to At worst e
common is deliberate
our stock of up-to-date ooo.o..oo.ooooo..o., .. a university of standing; to study The gentle art "selling"" his ware,
- medicine for four years or more;' to I to the prospective patient. a large ,
FURNITURE WINTER HAVEN ISPLANNINGELABORATE ; : Dariiartoa Avenue-Near Freight Depot. PHONE 216 pass a stiff examination in his entire part of the course offered the ehlro-;; ,
Lots of new goods recently pur- CELEBRATION I field. Then and only then is he free I prattle student who in one case is recruited s
'." chased. Let us supply your' to "diagnosev treat and claim( to by means of streetcornersoapbox "' ...
needs. Winter Haven is making preparation cure" under state license -era ton. A member of the ,
Remember we have three. kinds for the biggest Fourth of July MARTEns .FOUND LOWERED THE ACTUAL PRICE Anyone lacking the full equivalentof New" York County Medical Society' i
VERT ROTTEN ROADSMr. I these medical requirements should found a chiropractor: -who had been' 'y,
: of Oil Cook Stoves; the PURITAN celebration ever attempted there. An
; Through last week fine
and tho an error a be excluded from diagnosis, treatmentand highly recommended to be a' man :
1' RED STAR DETROIT elaborate program has been arrangedwith and Mnr. W. L. Marter<< and piece of property within seven blocks claim to cure in no matter what whom he had knowri six months'be-' }
w wonderful VAPOR. a beautiful and spectacular parade children who left in their Nash on of the'court bouse was advertised by guise: one who without this training fore a. a chauffeur. ,
them to consisting of (t'gorgeoUa: floats Tuesday write from Valdosta Georgia Nelson practices in any way on the human These are but the high spot*. The
a'M Let us demonstrate and flowered autos, together with a under date of Wednesday ((457. the Realty Company at $2,600 mechanism, 1 I. a menace. We cite a reason why chiropractic ha--attract' w
' you. grand array of marchlng'legions representing miles distant-Including detours and -and the firm never noticed the incorrect typical case, where a thoroughly honorable ed persons of such caliber I ia because
"$? events of history and national back-ups) that "the only good roads price until prospective buyers practitioner of one of these it affords a quick and easy way to> ,-
affairs followed by a woKidrous we have seen end close to the Orange commenced to call for it. Then'it required newer schools was treating a troublesome -, let up a pseudo-medical practice that' ?
display of daylight fireworks. county line. From there on to'Deals -considerable argument to con knee. The case was diagnosedas : will earn specialists' fees, without
There will be auto polo water sports they are rotten.: From Madison Florida vince the people that the price namedon calling' for ordinary manual treat i meeting the requirements of honest r '
baseball, prixto contests and: band con to Valdosta we had to go eighteen the copy sent the printer' was ment.-m.81age. to call a spade a medicine. As long as inch an opening r,
cert. The evening program will consist miles out of the way' on account of $3,500. Member of the firm finally spade. For six months it got this; is available will bo-used. To prevent ''Y
yi.lSCEDL of.magnificent: and glittering i two swollen rivers and have passed convinced all callers that the propertywas and the bone tuberculosis which was this sort of "professional service -
firework display on beautiful Lake i many a car stuck. We have helped actually worth much In advanceof at the>root of the matter had been diffused from gaining an established ;
Howard' followed by a big masque several but neither of our car have even the $3,500, as first, written- throughout the' patient' body footing as well a* to protect the Indi-j
street dance from nine o'clock to mid 'been stuck., It must mean either good and every refusal to sell at a reduc- 8 0 that she U now dying of pulmonary vldual patient, it ought to be a definitely .
Plenty of. music all day. tuberculosis. Treatment without established principle that no substitute ; .
night. cars-.or !food drlv ra. tion of$1,000 was handled aa carefully ;
w If' I competent diagnosis of the most' In for 'doctor advise or
: a
IIIIRDWIIBE. ; Iri f.! r- "" --- a* possible to provoke no prospective may
nocent-appearing malady necessarily treat without doctor's consent .
"ACRE OF1 who wanted '"big a ant'
ANOTHER . -. '-, purchaser, involves.risk or error a* serious as less ha baa learned at much. a doc' .
'- r- .
:" :* Vf:? .....-STRAWBERRIES_.. -- -" . :Orange' SpotA Inri bargain..J .' this, ; /;- .- tor must learn-and.has, learned,It a* w
Seven'million uale yards of canvas Anotheraspect is even more vi thoroughly a*a doctor must- The; proposal -,
? : ;;; nOJIlpujf) "'J.. W.'Oliver; bra'puvrchased the old -\ ,MODERN.HOTEL duck'received by.the Bureau-of cious. './/Frankly '. ,th..-. chiropractic now-mad* In New, York to li-' a
Fansler?place.Immediatelysouth of ';\ Rooms Public;Road-, UnitedState-Depart; schools bold out the lure "no preparation .chiropractors or exponents of,
J "' : Kissimmeeand: -la breaking ground ... ,...AU With Bath. mentof ..Aggr culture, a* surplus war needed.,beyond'the'ability to read other cults after 'rump' preparation'
.. : preparatory.tat.a tall erop.", M '. O1hrer.exbecti -. NEAR OCEAN SUMMER RATES material; is to be. d trlbuted."to the and write." They urge ,th*, student of -year or two Is in every way bad.,. 4
.*, c..i'aI.. *- *, *. *+*. ,*.. &; .*:' : to' ..t'out at-lfast.on. i *',,MELBOURNE.IFLORIDA1,; state highway department for use In to register DOW before the state steps Editorial.Scientific. .,'American-. '","May a*'
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By THORN :* '

Merely a Suggestion :' OH. YOU WHITEWASH 1 .'

> In a spirit of all fairness, is it'askIng ." "-
too much of the Orlando Sentinel .",
Some of muh valued exchanges V M J
MB that it send A sorry call to.the boy Are now publishing
who does up' the valuable, copy of A fine formula for a fluid '
said daily witty about one- pint len To renovate poultry places :
paste than ordinarily The- publishers And] fix up farm fences ,
can save money if this request is In a very fancy fashion j- ]
complied with-and I can aave my impatience '. But the article is Jn-aJeU)
ii to use it where. it will do In a misleading style! : }
more good. In other words, it pasteto "Government recipe whitewash!I'oodnesa Don be enslavedhy
t s K tit be careful in the 'ulle of paste. ; gracious, Annie,
_ it f i *. *. lasnt the

e....Why 1LIt..Thus1 _.___ ", ..Done....enough government..:w.hiteEaahin --- :
i. On its hook and a WringerI1! 1D
; Why is it that a woman is so awfully own line .
reticent as to telling her weight ? Without circulating propaganda
?o*' Every blessed one of 'em ought to realize Giving its favorite-methods
that in these days when there is One way t to do it
so much scenery anyone with, thirty Is to appoint a committeeTo ON'T !give your strength to a pair of greedy, destructive rubber j

; + Cti ::::: cents' worth of judgment can intensely investigateSome rolls! Don't feed clothe*-through device which squeezes. '
make mighty good estimates. Whena of the thousand thefts wrinkles into them, and crushes the button! "
B fat woman 'tells me, "WSiy. when I Under guise of high finance f

was married ten years ago It Itwas as Then have another committeeTo Why not save yourself, and save Let us show you the Lauo-
; . thin as a rail," and then a thin one investigate the first one. -- the clothes tool' The LaunDryry.Ette Way" washing:. Let'
tells "Well, when I marriedten And then for full
me, was! measure
years ago I was certainly a big Get a third committee Ette makes this possible. It is the us how you how this machine., ?

NEW ROOMS A FEW HOURS Tat, overgrown girl" all I say is: I To compromise the findings most advanced type of washes, rinses and blues vj .f.
"Yassum, it does affect some folks Of the other two electrical washing machine in its own tub--no ex
Jut way": -and then I make a home. And split the money three ways on the market. It tra tubs needed.
l li | \O you need another room? Do your, run, and try to think up some excuse.' Thus the entire group of rascals hat n, wringer- tnJ
t I thank Are white
you. painted so Come and see for
i *- walls need redecorating? Neponset *. *. That by a'careful comparison need ntne.The yourself how this won-""
Figures Altogether Too Low Mary's dear little pet lamb Laun-Dry-Ette
Board is just what you should select for Says the Plant City Courier: Would look like a big spatterQf not only washes your dcrful wringerless machine -

The state tax equalizer recently black, black black ink! clothes but whirl them doc all the work:
I of for
making two rooms out one, replacing was quote} as saying that a Of course there are other ways dry for the line. It for you-and enable

i ." old,walls and ciling.J>r for wainscoting. fourth tajcdodgerSjFr.omreporis of the citizens of Florida_ Of Because whitewashing some of the fellowsRequire cannot injure the daintiest you to do an entire

r two heavy coatings, pieces yet it washes washing without putting
it that almost half of
Bird's Neponset Board is both appears TML. ..D'r 6e" WN '
moisture-proof N
on !them have failed to pay poll tax And each individual case and drys the heaviest your hands in the water.
sides.. No painting required its stippled cream white thus raising the estimate almosta Requires a different application blankets and comforts. In seven .

finj'h is really beautiful,-but if you wish to paint it, i fourth! For everybcdv knows years no Laun-Dry-Ette has ever If you can't call, please phone

it takes paint easily and economically. Comes in sheets f owner Can who there will be return named to an a property assessor That Needs the a stringent woolly aphis remedy different' broken a button or damaged a or write..

4 s I ready to use-only hammer and saw needed to putit the actual value of t Jus holdings? From that used for !lt l'D-end rot; fastener.

y u,'). Artistic interiors made in a few hours. Has such a man ever been seen or But from the acts of congress For Sale By
.1 noted?! The chances are that the assessor During the past five years
{ ,5 L Think how many places there are in your home where wouldn't accept such a report It seems that a large sign. JOHN A. MCCARTHYELECTRICAL
when it cut to the fifty Fhould be suspended
$trd'S Neponset Board can be used to advantage. Because was .
Above the doors of those halls
!it would make his returns :
Then in and let tell how
n come us you little it cab. pear ridiculous when compared with "Coin' out whitewashing"Done

'l BIRD.SON.... (ErtaltobW: I real C- WtlpnH less the figures placed on other properties.But in here. !" SAINT CLOUD, FLORIDA""tfUkfit
if such a plan could be made universal Yassum.I
it would-lessen taxes and more thank you. wrimfff Utt 't a z..DrEIU"three
; A1t W. B. MAKINSON COMPANYGet h<*iegtly and l impartially distributethe
burden of taxation.
* I OD
I Merely Took Hi. Word THE WATCHER C

Says the Macclenny Standard: I a
Your Job Printing from the Valley Gazette The editor of The Kissimmee electric wa.slin machine

Valley Gazette says that 'Baker Our city council has startedin e DRIES WITHOUT A WRING E R ,
-} r -- -- - - - - --- -- -- -- county has gone to the dogs. new
to reform with a bang; having ,
We'll stack old Baker against
J. W. Thomp son "Cow-shimmy"up 365 days out of painted all the fire-plugs a straight \J,'
any year. staring: and undeniable red thus.givIng times; den shoot"No department will beheld next Tuesday
I'm the feelings of that each alternate street corner a evening at the
sure sorry : Chapter House.
editor ruffled but I burning-brush effect. Now if they hln& Doing Mrs. L. II. Ingram first vice
merely chairman
Licensed Funeral Director were "Mandy I thinks
will buy ua a pale-blue fire engine of gwine to put
Seer. .ml Chapelon said what he said several months ago.Of I on bes',clothes an' will act as chairman during the
my down
latest design all will be forgiven. go to de
absence of Mrs.
-on- A .5i..__. .531M/c. Serei_ I. Be..ttI.rettl all the roastings and lambastinga" theayter ternite to see de chorus ladies Hornsby.
+ 've ever seen in any paper against tell of old gentleman in dance."
They an up
Ml P.f..w.
a Stewart A_.... I Club Song
its own town that editor gets the ,
New Jersey whose ability runs largely "Rastus linen heah. If dat -
am '
'Ie........ High Grade Ambiance Service at Call blue-ribbon badge lie told of the to hair and his beard is so long what you thinks youh'd bettah think Composed! by Mrs S. H. Bullock ;
number of former citizens who had that it reaches the ground. He is again. Niggah You hear ,
I ain't about the
1 Office) 24* PHONES Residence; 71 you gwine put Board of Trade r
r , moved to other localities and just very proud of it and likes to have it on nothin to go no place no time to And all the things they do,
a -- where they had gone-having been admired. Sometimes he wears it see nobody do nothin', never nohow Hot watch the Woman's Club end see
i forced to leave because of a lack of showing at full length,.sometimes he an' not at all. Does you understand! ?" That we will do things too.
a"a law and order and progress; told of tucks it in his pants to keep from
+ others who were anxious to go; mentioned stepping on it, and again he use it No Rough Talk Then I let us all together work .
the lack: of co-operation found to conceal and carry things in. We "And now, Gordon; said Mrs. Mak- I To help our fellow :1r j I
." ;PURE FRESH SWEET CREAM there; of the non-desire to see that don't want the old geezer to come to Jn8n. "tan 'you,tell me.what is raised To make our town a man better place
: 1 in Mexico ..
a 'a r laws and ordinances were enforced; Florida for he'd be whisking whiskey And do the best ,
,'" "f \\IrJ"\ : ". and a lot of stuff like that. It Is to in those whiskers in less'n a week. ."I could," said Gordon "but I don't" we can. '

:\;I, ," 'C',""..t KSwj; If d.t :you:are not using. our pure fresh pasteurized sweet cream be:''will hoped correct that Editor me if he Avery does G.not Powell find Did you ever think of a dietician as want you to run me ,Tagged.WOMAN'S ."- We stand for all that's.. good and true, .\

J 4';" 1 .i fl.wire or write us to ship you a trial I ten-gallon can of. thirty! or forty per all these matters alluded to In the being lank, cadavprous and poorly Yet We are not so very great
The is unexcelled and it-. files of his hell nourished? If 80, /'u were mistaken we are federated with v ....
quality own paper-provided
by I
,. 'cent fit express : we. guarantee for about the sleekest chap a-going CLUB NOTES The club throughout the state. * look. I thank ,
_ to arrive sweet and cold packed in iced tubs.EzellGriffin 'CC. Is he who button-holes you and look' Mrs. Paul StanleyThe
m ing straight into imploresyou all together we can makeA
r S Very Foolish Question to change your style eyes of eating change throughout the land,
\ .. Company Creamery Some of the publications are asking and live henceforth on turnips, oats, regular meeting of the Wo If we will)) pull together!
his question: "Can. a woman's love bran. prunes cabbage: onions and other man's Club was held at the Chapter And take a rightful' stand .'
l Eatonton, 6eorli$ B be stolen ?" Of course it cant silly; kinds of 'vegetables and to eschew House Monday afternoon. There wall
If it could I know some women that meat instead of chewing!; it, a splendid attendance despite the And thus we sing about our club
could swear out a warrant only for and incidentally: to buy his little book threatening weather. After hearing And may It live no long.
petty larceny. You can't steal a wo that tells all about it. the minutes reaj and reports of the I That we shall.tire of singing this,

rri G "'W nl'Ads" the Work i man's love any more than you can In the good old days the prune was standing committees, committees were And make another song
Gazelle Do steal a kiss. One may read about the supposed to be sacred to the purlieusof appointed to perfect arrangements
latter circumstance and believe it- the modern boarding house; the for Father's Day next Sunday and Fraudulent Masonry t l,
... -,. until they comprehena the meaningof :bean was the actuating; factor in our Citizenship! Day on the Fourth of Exponents Sentenced
, the word; then they know the man 'army and navy and oats the Indispensable July. The meeting was then turned
,_ -- -
? :, -oso-- # who made the assertion was a fool- thing for the old hoss. As for over to Mrs S. H. Bullock chairmanof Washington, June 8.- (Capital 1 ,'

6 t t r ishment. It isn't a kiss to peck bran the Watcher had always regarded the music committee who being requested News Service).-The many Masons in ;1I F
,1' \" away at a woman's cheek; that is it as a feed to promote the giving some time by the club to the senate and house of i
? ,: MOW THE GIUtA TEST AUTOMOBILA VALUK IN AMKRBCA't about as satisfactory as trying to or milk and aspirations in produce a club song had Mrs. Arthur are highly gratified representatives at the ,f

". ', suck" a porcelain nestegg. A kiss Is that direction had never used it for Cooper aijig the one for the club that tion of the federal court district ae.'j'j
.' A reciprocal co-adhesion of four lab- food but now, behold it in a place of she composed. Great applause was Utah, which has just sentenced I,
R :":.J : ialized) lips-either with or withoutthe honor on the table daily In companyof given both the composer and the sing- Matthew McBlaln Thompson, :Thomi
.Y addition of a "stick'nd closely the festive bean the succulent er. Mrs. Stanley Bullock l
iyr in her
. .' y.d.y's O.>rta.4.- U emus to _*. gmllamt .U-.,'".ff Interlocked for a space of time suf- cabbage and the inspiring turnip. usual sweet voice "Where sang My Caravan as two Perrot and each Dominic Bergara, ,to ...

f- t w:- Adis ....,., ._....1 Jt....", ,.-Me" Ifring ba _::.;: icient to mentally run through the Some of the menus put out by the Has Rested' and Mrs. Arthur- concurrent years sentence on )ten for counts using each the 4.

., ", '. .-.... first two stanzas of the Declaration food sharps are fearfully and wonder- Cooper with a rich, rare voice sang United States mails to defraud. The,
'/. . : of Independence induced by love and fully made and run about as follows: a selection from La Traviata. Then men were convicted of operating the .e,
supported by exultation; and If anyone For Breakfast: Rev. William Landiss gave an inter "American Masonic Federation" and I
: . ,.. thinks of these be Bran. esting talk
'. ',.' one things can on the work of the Boy of having duped some ten thousand
a 1tl 1 '. "stolen" that love be Three soaked Scout.s.' A social l
: iJ ._ -or can gained. hour followed at persons in this country and abroad
', In that fashion-they are certainly One egg (yolk only). which delicious punch was dispensed Into buying "degrees" of all kinds. '
. novices. at both arts Nnnftir love One Graham crem. by Mesdames Puarh. Minick Anti It
,1\1\ 01 't. coot; be fdi n.nro. can; 'tt-/(ft be Maple syrup fa( trace). Newby.As ---- they was claimed proved for the "authority" which,
r, :, .. IL : ' TT TAKES really great bought, : it "lust happens" that's all I Just how they expect: an "heir of degrees - working: the .raft
: : > : about it. Ya aum. all the ares in the foremost files of has been announced In these columns Louisiana was a negro organisation J Vh

;" .'_'4 ,. *. *. time" to do half an honest day's work the club is expecting to celebrate and that the alleged Scottish ,
- organization which
engineering-to-'turn---------- ton! such meaLpasses all understanding Citizenship Day they claimed
: A MIXPP (,>SHOT _: on July Four, '
Their dinners aren't any better. in accordance with :program as as authority conferring the higher
(Item in a Minneapolis paper: John ,Witness the following: sent out by the Florida Federation of degrees was an organization' origJinated /. '
4-- -vJk-;, out a really .great car at Schott is now on trial charged with For Dinner: Women's Club. Mrs. J. M. Duncan by Thompson himself T x '

: r' . i v* hooting William Nott). I Baked potato (skin and all). appeared before the Chamber of Com Witnesses came from all over the '
a price as low as Here is some hot shot! Cottage cheese on,lettuce leaf. merce and secured its co-operation, United States and from Scotland. The ,4
Of course Nott was shot Whole wheat bread ((4 ounces). and? a committee consisting of J. M. judge scored the defendants unmercifully .,
".*a. But whether Schott shot Beet tops.Buttermilk.. WJlson Major T. M. Murphy and H! and in edition, to' the jail sentence
1 k1 The shot that shot Notbs C. Stanford was appointed to act with imposed" a fine of $5/00 and .,.
s problematical. The above .doesn't look like a very the committee from this club. The costs
Sehott says that he shot i not formidable meal for a big sureenoughman committee for the club is now work. The convicted men were not particular ! 1
' The shot that shot Nott, but they keep insisting that ev- lag on this program and it will soon as to what "MasQ tc"' degree '
: : j. While, on the other hand ]I lerybody eats too much. Mebbe so. be" made public. Kissiramee has the they sold; "initiates" were made in
Nott feels certain that the shot mebbe so; but after a few days of best chamber of commerce and the the blue lodge, the Knights Templars
> fat did harm when he was shot .1 that sort of living a man's very soul Pest woman's club in the state; and the Scottish Rite, the Eastern Star, .H<
t; cries aloud for old-fashioned "haman- now that the Mystic Shrine; all the "initiates"had
' : Was surely a shot shot by SchottI I we have gotten together on
,,' ,, ..:r tat even though Schott avows aigsl"' this matter, it is certain that this program to have- was cash. ,
The '
4 "' i... ', .: That Pas not the shot shot that by Schott shot Nott, SCHOOL STUFF __ -_____ ____ .-- anxious will i for be evsuccess. We of are Kissim very ified to postofflce.have vindicated authorities the are integrity graU,'9, ..

'V;.' J And Nott' Is Just a* strong "JOKESThird mee to be interested in this event, of the United States }mail which caiug *
\ : TII his declarations and if not ot-be made a tool 6f fraud with 1m- "3
. Time Unlocky you are a member of the. "'
: '.,"...J..,'.1<, ., .." \. 'fc.5 That Sehott shot the shot A. colored soldier in the American Chamber of Commerce or of the WOoman's rp'ej ices; that and malefactors striving wfll V
;. ..1''"<"< .',f' That shot Nott-., ; army In France was on guard for the club, be a big enough booster to '
_1 II, ; There will be,without doubt first time.. "A.' .dark form approached for Kissimmee to come -out and enjoy bring their organizations into ill ;repute 'J
1- have
,.Io ," I met their i
.'' ';...".". Vanv manv difficulties in proving him. -' this celebration., '. Just deserts 1
:7. t ----:0': ." y ;; :: That Schott shot the shot '. cried in threatening The regular meeting ofthe,.
ffit 'Haltthe Subscribe
p'" 0'\' ,, N '.v _.. fJ'fV ; a civic "for:.ta.-VaDq.-Gazette.t. ; :?
+',11'.e.\ \ ..' .. "._ "" That shot Nott because he shot not tone.. **Wliat' are you T1' .;
'tr:"' : ,.' : '- ,' ' '.r ".,stated/Jt' this way: "A ana." c Bed '
{ ...';y' LOPFER;&RATHERa ; ,;: If Nott was.shot ".,'. *. r f' The.of fleer1 advanced;but before h. Fa6Gaee', LactkidraimmPn7q" \; r ro.Jir, Sa,;&;' .w

L '...' ;.1' '. :, And Schott was not shot had proceeded half-dojen) steps the Hos+est'Ooeda, 4"' !tFalr : '.".w v K Pr M,t 8 hip t .
i", ',..l'. \A, "'" Yet,Nott. sweats he'shot'not,. -t.: ., dusk.aentIy..apin. cried TIaUr ,'>'1\ olwsi t rlAattT"'NaI.1Ior-Be Ka.wa ; :,.
';' ,- ;, 7A""v,9i\ >lMu..I. '&'1.QRiDAa;' ..... y .......,.. The'shot jthnf shot' SchottOh. *' '- '. ', "'1'I11a"II :u.. .second time ;Son'haft .... .; t r.t..pI.LG.PAll'CTEllFUnUEII
.. .. .. 4 .tri CO
.' h ..;; . = ".- 't
..; 1I, ; .",,1 .11'; -:,,. neck;: settle it yt/wlf; : .. halted' me, observed the?officer: Get NEW ; :
.j., . .. I'm. hal/Tshot ahreadr.. (' -What are you.-going to' do DUn? March, 1922. Price Ustt. War., tmriiu t ,N. w, lfanhhiq .J.;
.1.1i '- : ... I 'Yassnm.. I ,,"Never:you mind what ah's vonna I "'. '"SIMON PURE and
.., / .Q./ir. ', 7 thank! .you f. do. JrIah'ord.n', are;to,:call. "Halt-. ", .. "GEM BRANDS'.. .. 'l ,' ;
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( not kitfcntMBE AUTAI1% FRIDAY JUNE *. t itB. -

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= A Prominent'.Nurse


..CONTRACTOR BUILDER So-atetklntT Worth Readtag -
N-j -' NOTICR 'Or ALB .aid ''Cuort:) ..' -Jndre of probate, fort 1 FOR LE" Athena, TetiBv-"I * frees '' ,., "l. .. ,
Brick-laying,".Lathing. Plastering my final discharge as Adiatnistratrixof ; I
Painting . TO AND 'WHOM IT the estate of George W. Fertlc. d.-,\I' "chronic brotnchktl for six year "i ,
Klstimmee "MAT CONCER't ceased; and that *t (he, earns time I FOR SALE-Brand new steamer trunk: and,when; had the flu in .1919. .IK" ; '
_No.' 121 Bra k Stregt. NOTICE U bersby alvtn that under will. present to said Court my final never used; will cell at absolute my: couch grew woraa.'_ I soon,developed . r .' 'f,
and T,jr ortrtuea.. .oru.lnfinal udgTnent aooounta as Administratrix. of .ald estate cost. $11. for quick sale flee Mr. asthma. I. had offered 01>'1.\\ '
entered in the cue of w. W. ; and salt for their approval.Dated Emma Mach. I0. Bramett strest.. Kla- 1' ;
Hancock plaintiff. versus Will Bull ,Mar 12th. A.- D. 1521. .Immee. l -ltx terribly> and was aura I bad cons ., Ii .
O. F. KRIBBS VT. J. aTBBD van. defendant rendered In the Justlc* Hm.BI FJlRTTC: *nmpuon; I bad a bad color ,
very .
". :KRIBBS A STEED '. Court,' First District.Oeceola .County, Si-It , Administratrix.HOTICKiOr FOR SALE-The, White Kitchen Cafe. could not 'sleep at nignt' and had t
'", : Florida, entered on the 6th day of Hep- Now operating. Located In the bus. ,
temberItsl.. and by virtue of APPI.ICAT40M- TAX.: mess pain In roy breast and shoulders.
a certain seotlon of -city on Broadway
At *,-.,. sad n.......T.'mi .LawKlasilsasaas Writ.of Execution Issuml on said DKKO Well equipped. Klsslmmee., Florida. I Also my anna would be numb. I
Wtmrtm final lud..menatte.t.d the Ith day 8.1 II-U
"of i eptember. 1)21. That. I, aa Sh.rlft'' Notice Is hereby riven. That A. began taking, Dr.. Pierce' Golden hi . airaietlc* ls> sill at. ...dVaIt.4 of Oaool County. Florida-- having Reed purchaser of Tax; Certificate No.SIT RABBITS-Have a. number of 'J-oun.1 Medical Discovery" and wa4 curedof .. lt
". atailvsi V..n.
: .heretofore levied upon the hereinafter dated the 101''day of June AI>. New Zealand Reds 'ready now. Price my cough. I worked all laat'winter "' -,\, '
deeerlbed property will on the "1 has flled.aald _('tlflt. In my of- .toe L. A. .
Urat: St. Cloud; Fla. y
made' for wm at. night, with..,my.. :; .
,Monday In July, the aame belnxrTheSd floe. and hes application .up . "'\"''-'''''" .
qAltRXTT of mi tax deed) to Issue .In' accordance with patients and did not have cold .'. P' "" ,"'" ''''-' ,
pat" Johnston .Go P; day July ; otter for sal and FOR. SALE-Potato barrels In any a # 'F
cell at the Court house door In Klsslmmee law. 8ald ertlflcat embrace* 'the quantity., Special prices In carleta. al winter. Would ask all who suffer .1,1' 'i. . , ',
h.JOHNSTON it GARRETT Oaoeola County Florida during property.' situate Correspondence solicited.' Clearwatier .
: '
'- the legal hour of sale. to the hlhat of'b..nt Florida,*.to-wlt, Manufacturing: Company. Clearwater. from. weak lungs or thoat trou It ; ., \ "
<(ATTO RNE YS-AT-YAW and best bidder for caah In hand the t Lot 10 lanl"belnlr.s*. Florida. -,- 17-tf ble to try Dr. Pierce Golden Med., ""T. ... ,- ( f'\It

face.(10. II and '12. Oseeolm' Band following- ONE *MOTOR Inscribed p..oP.rtrL'D'to-wlt mi.SALIE J The said taSuanee eC .akl'sss.ssed"atth.dateot certificate In FOR BALE For feel Discovery.-Mn.- .W4, .C.',Carter .. I. '.JI
I IB. U. ,...Ie/'. Unless said Kent. furnished Route 2. '' ..' .
Bnttdlnic.XISSIalMEK. now i, located 'at.'the City the name of / I Booms and No Trespass Carda.- 10 ; -j : : \ ,
rf I Dock InvLake Tohopekallira, In the certificate ahall- be redeemed accord cents each at The Gazette ofAce.r Obtain the Dl eonry-"n 'tabletsstore J> .
FLORIDA City of Klialmmee. Osceola County log to law. tax deed wllpl..ueo' thereon .
I or UqVitJ..a1i.: earelt'dmc, "
Florida.tThfEZ- .on, =tb.''--=anD-clay-'- .J.-'L'1)VEI' L.JulYL 8TRJlICT.A. D.: UII__ FOR SALE-Fine .residence--. -- property. -or-end -lOc to Dr.-Pierce's'Invalids' .' : :; - -.. :.-....-.--.......- :: .

i. Am Sheriff of Osceola County 1 Clerk Circuit Court Apply at the office of The Valley Hotel in Buffalo,' N;-Y.,
&' Aultman 25. t State of Florida. Osceola' County. Florida. Oaiette Klsslmraee. S-tf for trial package or write for free
WiUson (Circuit Court.Se.J) tNoricnf :

Netle ..._.. FOR 8AL.F5-Two boys suits. 4-year medical advice.PERTAINlNdrp.
of As OF" APPlICATION ron TAXI : : ...
I .
old sise velvet one dark blu. one .- --- --r ----- -
NOTICE ,Is hereby given that the. DEED dark Russian style, white CHURCHES JHEyD,1E -
REAL ESTATE I Chamber of Commerce a corporation NOTICE Is hereby given. :That R. K.Orlffln collar and cults, detachable. Nearly
at a r 'iruar m.rtlnir held on the Slatday c Tax CertificatesNo. new. Apply. ._SOI .Main street. 4>-tf ,
of May, 1$ZI, adopted the following .rlf;: "
(47 and No. d the Id day washini'machills First. Baptist Canrea ,
Ave. KissimmeeREID'S rrxolutlon: of June, A..D. ISlt,.has filed1aald.c.rtificates -Wooden >--' - :
Darlington ---
that Section tot : nearly n.w.'Appl" 101 Main.t..t.
RBSOIwVED In my office and has made application . ' Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor. I sqitoe1'and"
Article VI of the Charter of the for tux deed to Issue In accordance I M 'all othettn'ect'l Just
I Klsslmmpe.! Chamber, Commerce .with. law. Said certificates I '
be amended to read aa follows: I I embrace the following described pro FOR SALE-One Beta ElectrIc Wall All are welcome. to the following pas away for keep
"I'he President, VIce-PresMent, '. situated I Oatteola Florida Plate practically new. At a r.a. cervices the ; '
I : pert) in County at church-house Sunday '
: BATHS and Treasurer and five Governors io-wlti oiiaibt price. Apply Valley "Qaette. WATSON'SNEE ; '
shall be elected by the members of 'Certificate No. icL4Lots 4SO and 4S6, '-tl : .
this corporation at such time and Seminole Land and Investment Com 9:45 a. m.-Sund. school. S. I* ,

Belt For MaD' DiMas I In such manner" as may be.,fixed In pany's Suh-dlvlslon of the Wty of Section WANTED. : Lupfer, Jr., superintendent. Classes
I. the blaws.. I In Township It South..'Range SO for all Join the castor's class, "
Ea.t. WANTED-Private pupils for the
Good bathe with water direct from "RB8OtVKD. further;; that Section Certificate No. 17. Begin i 140 feet mer. High school work preferred. .11:00 a. m.-Sermon-by.the'pastor. Ske terKilil

medicinal well. Open Tuesdays, 8 of Article VI' of the ,.aameCharter South of the Northeast corner of Block See Carolyn Frlpp lit Beaumont 7:00 p. m.-B. Y. P. U. live song :
be amended to read a follows -
S4 of Patrick' Addition to Klsslmmee avenue; phone >0s. S5tf
Thursdays, Saturday, from 9:30 a. : City. run West 140 feet South to Ernest : Dr. B. L. Wilkerson 'pre ..
ni. ,to 6:00-p. *.,. A unnrt drive from "The Secretary of the Klsslmmee street. East alone said street to FOR RENT dent. .

JClaslmmee. Phone "208. I Chamber*of the Commerce Board of shall Governors l.. appointed Railroad Right of, War, thence North- 8:00 p. m.-Union services" at the f.'u ed. ,'ade In :KUsimmee byWat.sonHall ..'
essterlyalong & Way to Dllllng- '
who shall have the right to fix his ham .avenue thepce North to beglnfling. FOR RENT Two-atory' sir-room ..Methodist church on "Fathet'a Day" Manufacturing Company '" .-...
Order for the water may be left! alary and term of employments -house- unfurnished.on Dixie' Highway '1:0'pnt: -::..i"Wednesday: "Prayer and'guarfcnteed by the manufacturer*- -

at residence 614 Patrick treet. providing however no such term The; said land being assessed at the -40 Main street. Apply at of meeting.. and the following dealer who sell it! '
shall be for a longer period than fice of The Valley Oasette SOI
In or at
date of Issuance of said certificates '
until the next annual, meeting of the name of Unknown and J. F. O'Ber- Main .t.......'. SlIt Free seat and a welcome to Bowen Grocery Company, People' 5a f ,
-the ..orpor.tlon." ry. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed Btranger as well a* those who belong and 10c Store S. ,T." Fansler. E" E. ; .
CHAS. NOD Owner NOTICE In therefore liven that application according to law tax deed will FOR RENT-Nicely furnished list. here. Jrowinv--iWJ W. 'Ive',.' Central *DmgA 01/
will be made to the Honor- Modern conveniences.. Lowrent for
Issue th< on the Ith day of July. '
able C. O. Andrews. Judge of the: Seventeenth A. D. ..yeon, summer. W. B. Harris. ! A church of the bible'.nd-fOt">.the StoBs9-RtZalI vDrT>i''e aa'fj: Robafaou *-.w

Judicial Circuit ofFterLds.. j, L. OVERSTREET. people. "! Drugstore,''Taylor System;"'.:Name. of*- 'fI 1.
at Orlando or wherever he may be on Clerk Circuit Court.Oeses3County. FOR RKNT-Quarters, on the lower other live 'msrchaats.wfll \'be'. added- ..
I .I.pbon.-Olft.... No. .S'i R.I ..- the- Silt day July., A- .D* lit*, for .. Florida. Coot-of the Wlilsvon bulldin.......I>ar" St Jo..'. (Enacaaj Caarckv V
ldencer-No*. his approval,of.the'amendments to the (Circuit Court HeakaW.By ling-tort, avenue All reitdfv (or"oo. ) from. week to", week.--- 1 : , .
said Charter: 8. H. WOL.LOCK. D. C. oupancyv. Sa..-J.- M. Wllleesv-or Dir
I Hours SSO: to 1S:00: : 1.00 to 1:01: KISSIMMEE CHAMBER S6-Ct K/- D, O. Watson of Watson-Hall. (Rev. L. Hj-Kirkby-rRector)' n .
OF r Epr'.ld""t.Corpora Manufacturing. Company Klsslmme -
) DR. B. L WILKERSON By H. M. KATZ. Its IN THE CIRClilT COI'RT. I7TII JII>IriAi. *. M-tf 9:45: a. m.-Church school. ..
( ).- SeaL. ) rmctiT. roE OWCKOI.A 11:00 a. m.-Morning Prayer and .
J. D. \VOODBECK Its Secretary.In C. P. Whlpple. Complainant. !Sermon. Subject: "Tn The Name of \ 't

T' Offlce Over The Rexall Store. .' U-It Y. HAND' OOODR.' bought sold God." I '
Llda E. Mosher et al. Respondents. and All welcome .
Clrrn't Court for the Seventeenth FORECLOSURE repaired. The Casino. 44-11 are -'especially the ,

Judicial In and Circuit, for of 0..011County.the State of .FlorIda InJChancery. ORDER OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATION I DO REPAIRIN-n. plMterlns ..Insideand stranger within our gate -' 2. ,. '

Minnie B. Reotor. aa edministratrix -, outside painting ealso iining. ",, '.
To the Respondents, Uda E. Mosher.widow. .
Ed C.
McKee. 10S Orange street. Presbyterla.Lirck ,
of the estate of A. H. MC-
Waring and Isabelle .
JESSIE. KLEINMAN I'Cormac deceased joined br.h.r hueband. I l_ \ 'rl.b his -wife I.. H. McCarey North Klaslmmee. tS-4tx I"< '
Vf. E. vs.W. Rev. W. II. Dresch D. Pastor ":
e..t'I..: and Hasel McCarey. his wife and W. YOU Can Swim Easily with our remarkable D., -
Jonva Jonea. his
A. Cramer unmarried: a
Work .
Copying; Stenographic I'',wife respondents. Foreclosure of mort- I It appearing from the affidavit of tions. Sent device postpaid and expert for 75 cents Instruc Inlamps. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school.
Kaa-e. Notice of Mimtpr's Hale. NoticeIs C. A. Boyer, attorney and agent for C. Satisfaction .
Phone 253. State Bank Building: I hereby given by the undersigned as 1'. Whtpple, Complainant ID the abovestyled Baths. Palm Beach. guaranteed.Gus Florida.* 11:00 a. m.-Wo..hip and sermon. .' '4
Special Master heretofore appointedIn Subject "The Soul's Instinct ,'
1 cause that your places of resl- : Homing ,
the above cause that pursuant to a !i dance are unknown; that there Is noppr..on NORTHERN Practical Nurse Is ." ,. '
final decree entered In said cause on open
In the state of Florida serviceof
the IIIth daiy of April. A. D. 1522. I j a subpoena upon whom would bind ing for engagements Terms; Hospital train 7:00 p.: m.-Junior Christian Endeavor : .fl
shall on the id day of !. and that the of moderate. IXntance no '
;r'.IY'tA.'p'.U21: von you are over age object. M.
Matthews SI '
; ; In Drury avenue .
between the legal t
front of the Court House door at Ksimmer. !.- twenty-one IT IS, ORDERED years; that you and each corner. Church( phope 19: KIsslmmee. 7:00 p. m.-Senior Christian En ' -- ; ;A. '

r Oaceola County. Florida offi,r of you appear l In this Court to S
CITYMEATJARKET Jones for sale and and Elisabeth sell the Interest J-onea his of wife W. herein filed on the 7th day of lhu.l: MJ'N, and women to handle city trade I 8:00 p. m.-Union "Father' Day"
A. D. 1922.
and retail the original and genuine service at Methodist church.
at the date
said Interest appeared
It la further ordered that this orderbe
the .In"I.: mortgage foreclosedIn I published once a week for eight r:: tin.R Products. Toilet, Remedies Requisites"; Ex 8:00: p. W-ednesday Prayer ",
led cause or at anytime 4
t consecutive weeks In The ICisaimmeeValley Household Soeelaltles, Automobile service. .
I In the following
ecrlbed thereafter.properly located In ..".. Osceola Gazette County.a newspaper Florida. publishedIn Accessories, Etc. Over 160 guaranICed 8:00 p. m. Saturday. Session ,

County. Florida, to-wit: All Lot I five (86) of Plnedale lying and Circuit Court. this 7th day of June. A. Quality Is In 'l"
claaa bv Itself. '
a Write .
today for
I Fresh MeaJ andVegetables North tie Coast of tile Line rlght-of-wav Railroad of and the of thepubC I D. to
The _
rt ad, shown by the recordedplat means you. .
> aa .1. L. OVERSTRFF.T.
.' thereof. The terms of said sale I Clerk. J R. WatkIns Co.. Dept. 77. Memohls. Allen JMlller, Pastor. .
be cash with the requirement! of Tennessee. S -Stx '
payment In cash or deposit ... In my Solicitors for Complainant. S-St It-00) a. m.-Sunday SrhooL A.'WfLt?
the time of :
best at
discretion seems --
the making of the bids. Purchaser to -- J J :00 a. m.-Prsi "hlr.frler :". ,. ,
ol -
14Phone' 44 pay for deed This the first day of 7:00 p. m.-Chrhzian: Endeavor. .

un.. A. D. "": Home Demonstration i Column 8:00 n. mu-Union servIces forF.ather' Stiawb fry' 'growers ,and .t buck
; A_ Snerlal' MusterIn Raid Cause. i IAGRICULFURALPOINTERS( J] Day"" at. the. Methodist. growir; |* need ,irrigation, I make! ":- .

,JOHNSTON A, OARRETT.i church. / .
i Counsel for Complainant II-tt ; ,/MISS.LDINA., ..SSflTH : a specialty two-inch.thrce-iach.- ..(or .,.

i 'DR. R. J. DENNING ,, MetL.ditch.rcI.,: and four-i :b weU'"dhe.t! : cO.t
PRO<'LA M \ .
DENTIST; I / ,',.ICC-'IA" IC..E..ION croon Tomato Pickle . !it not ire t. .See ,m. before'p1a' ->! I.

Over the Poetof flee. :?. I. H. Rl Mar. as Mayor of the 'City of Two. day ipdnthis! "month with six Slice onions one peck green tomatoes and I' t Rev.4..R.'-,Fllpdntt''I- .IIoiNo'J""J, i Pastor" '" ,' .' ing contract.-; .:, .'- ,,'(.;!..WI$ --, t

oI ICIII HOURS:' S toIEO. 1:10 te .. I'Klaslmmee' Florida, 'by virtue of thepower growers from Osceola In other trucking ; sprinkle with cap oi salt I' 9:45 a. m.-Sunday achoot'J J. L. ;' ,
I. J. R. Oil- and soak .
In mvested and over night.- Next morning* -
lUaideace Phoa*. 174- I sections Overstreet superinteivdent. LAWRENCE.MCCAWSTER'
and ,
of Kls citrus section studyIng
bert. aa City Clerk'of the City boil in.
one of .
quart vinegar and two
-Of Ice Phone 1M slmmee. Florida. by virtue of the BOWer their 11:00. rp.-Preaching by pastor; 'Y ,.
In me rested by Section 1171 JR.- system "Irrigation and quarts of water for fifteen minutes. I 4:00 p. m.-Junior ..League.7iOO '.4-.i 4Z JdaIJ..Ue.Streel---- .
vlsed General Statutes of !**<' of the drainage. Grower in Osceola county Drain and cook for 25 minutes in two p. m.-Senior, League devo- K1SI11E:. ; ; ;; .f1.ORIDA'
..... . .. 4) >*).'. . . .. 'I mate that 01 Florida.the City HEREBY Council of GIVE the City- realize the necessity of proper irrigation 'quart of vinegar, two pounds brown tional. .. ; . ,

I(of Klss'mtn Florida, at Its regular and drainajga and the time will suffer, two pound clove*. two'pounds' 8:00 p. m.-Union meeting for _. '

M. 'TILLER'Real adjourned meeting hold at the the Cltv 7th soon come when all will seo a large of celery.seed two pound. of mustard Father s Day." q-- . ,
Florida. on
day l1ill of In June Klsalmmee." A. D. 101 unanimously acreage in this county under tile irrigation Heed two pounds of ground mustard 4:00 p. m.-Monday. Literary and '- 4; .. .. :

state AQ nc adopted tho following resolution: and drainage and twopounds of allspice. Pax-k in social meeting of the Woman' Missionary
l. ., WHEREAS. Twentv percent of : sterilized jar and seal while hot.
Strawberry plant growing fine Society. Willson &
the qualified voters of the City of l . : AullmanINSURANCE. :
Klaslmmee. Florida. have petitioned !- now since the rains, and grower report -I Corn Relish 4:00: p. m.-Wedneada.story" hour .
,Realty Bought aDd. sold. the City Council lora many new plants setting. I trust In The' Bungalow \ : .
f of the present I Two quart corn. one cnbbatre 'f
change, In the rm quart -
House rented. the berry grower are preparingtheir ,7:45 p., Wednesday. Prayer f1
municipal : 3.t one pint sweet red pepper. pint RettIitae ;
election of a Charter ; asappears land now for fall planting. We Meeting. ,
verifi- .
and Titles !
Taxes Tweet
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paid '
certain petitionson green pepper. one quart white '" ;: ..:" !o, .'
'. by must make a strong effort fer at 8:00 Friday. Teachers' j
m. \
11 : p. ,,
ea for nonresiaenU.Rre. file with the City Clerk and by least vinegar-half pound of sugar two t.I .- ,;"ANO", "" 1-" e'"'.
hundred .
one acres of strawberries training class.
R. Climert. as
Certificate of J. b'e" ..
the I poon mustard one tablespoon of '
-. Life and Accident (In City CI..rk. of the City of KlsslmmTHifRKKORIS. for this season to interest buy- xalt. :
one tablespoon of celery salt. '
Christ' Cfcarck
surance.. ? :. Be It resoled 1 by : Blanch corn f\r two minutes and : .
of the City ofThat"i Many citrus growers are pleasedover (Pentecostal) ,
Indemnity Bonds. tho City Council drop Into a cold bath cut twice from "
K I : the prospects of the new citrus Corner Brack and Oak Streets I 11 I .: ."
Darlington :;
cob. but do .
...... . .. .. ... .. .. ....'election be held on the for crop while tree that lost most of not scrape. Cook all in- ,; : '
D. IMS. rredientv for
td day of July A. twenty minutes. Pack Walter Lorenz FLORIDA ;,: ,
electing' the fruit in the dry season .
Charter are nowputting
the of a In '
purpose iterilir.ed: Seal and .
jars. processten Sunday School Superintendent. '
: on a June bloom. Since the '

1 P. A. VANS AGNEW l B01KSOIVKD.qualified Further voters that of fiverealdenU the rain grove are showing more fruit minutes. ------ f 10:00 a. m.-Sunday school. International I = : '11 ,.' 4

Cltv of Klaslmmee. Florida shall than expected and.. I trust the growers Rummage pickle lesson Classes for all ages. ,1' t:
constitute the said Charter will not be in a hurry to sell at Two
quarts ,
ATTORNET-AT-LAW the duties outlined green tomatoes, one 11:00 a. m. Divine worship. Special -
Hoard to perform '
'. OFFICES: by Sections ten to 1'RR. both the first offer but wait for better quart ripe tomatoes, one pint celery, bible teaching.

Florida I Inclusive of the Revised Oeneralnatn prices. Join the Citrus Exchange one flint onion. one pint sweet green 7:30 p. m.-Divine worship. Praise
Wiater Park ._ State of .ndlI.fe H. Stanford
Florida s, and of 'P20 the of five the candidateswho and market your fruit' the best peppers one pint sweet red peppers.. testimony. Inspirational Singing.: I Clay :

receive the highest numberof way. one quart cucumbers four tablespoon 7:30 p. m.-Thursday. Praise.' Tes.
I votes at said shall I again wish to call the citrus !grow salt one,quart vinegar one pound of timony. Preaching. '

I b.. thereby elected as a Charter ers' attention to the citrus field meeting 'brown antrar. nne table..noon Irrn....
A DR. J. J. HARVEY 1 "RESOLVED. Further that at to be held next Tu sd.y. On that : mustard, 1 tablespoon! cinnamon. Put services. 'Come.." "Pray." "Be ;*,

''CHIROPODIST OF TAMPA } said election onlv. qualified ..lec- day at nine in Ute morning we will vegetables through the food chopper lieve."' Life Fire .

Will be at The Graystone Hotel tors of to.the vote.In City of the Klsslmmee.City elections entitled meet at George Bron on's grove at nrinkle with half-cun of salt. anti I "

the 7th and 8th, of each month. shall h. entitled to vote In the said Shingle Creek station and in the afternoon allow to stand over night. Drain well For Rent Nicely furnished flat

Special Klectlon.RESOLVED. the meeting will be held at Z. the newt miprnin r and mix thoroughlywith with fireplace; three rooms and bath. and "j

Brut ton. C. W.. Further Griffin and that J.H M.Phatt..r N..- W. Wetherson's grove, located In the! all ingredient Let stand several W. B. Harris, Gazette office. 44-tf :

shall be InspeCtors and fork of the Narcoossee and Melbourne hours mix again pack in '
A balloon released in W uke-
Bullock clerk ot said roads. Citrus will be tov AccidentInsurance
Stanley experts presentand process and se..l. "

*1RKlBni..VEn.; Further that In all if you have any citrus problem* Anv combination of vegetables my gin in Altoona, Illinois, Pennsylvania was found 11 days aa if later descended ''jI

other said Special" in your grove bring them along and be nut into this pickle. For the given ,
R.Re R. :'eld: in the street. The distance .,
electlonShall In the sasne get more light on control) and treat amount of seasoning.. .only five '
.; manner na elections are now held ment." between the two cities is about 050
bv the City of Klaslmmee for theelection quart of. chopped vegetables. mile. ,.
of City Officers." WatcIT your grove closely now, and .
Therefore Nt/tlce Is hereSY etlventhat be ready to spray for whitefly scale' Uncooked Tomato Relish i

Ray's'KOACU a Hf>ecl of Ial Flection Klsslmmee.m-111'be Florida.held on In inseats and rust. mite at the proper 'Three quart chooped ripe toma- '

' the July tl.City A. V. Ittt. at the regular pollIng time.' Ito are in doubt call on your toes. one quart white vinegar, one I Wife .Doing I Good Work REAL, ESTATE AND

place In said city for the purposesoutlined county agent. pint sweet green peppers ore pint < ..

ROUTfRARANTEED In the above-quoted Reaolutl0WITNESS Plant some rice. Makes mighty sweet ret} peober, one pint chopped RENTALS ;,
my hand aa Mayor of the good feed for livestock, and will growon onions one pint chopped cabbage "I have been bad off with stomach .

City of Klaalmmee. Florldn. and my land too wet for other crops. See two tablespoons celery seed, one tea- snd liver trouble and bloating for ' )

''TO. City. Clerk. of the City of KlaJlmme" agent about dome good rice trround cloves! four teaspoonsmuntard many years. No doctor or',medicine
j. .. FI<1'rlda.' together with the corporat..1 county spoon
On advice
the of druggist.
of said .city this the 7tb 'seed. seed, five tablespoons salt. my OEE'ac. OYer ,

idYourPlaceof day OfJune, 4.. D. tltf.I. I Every farmer'should have -a' patch half-pound brown sugar. Scald and I bought a bottle of Mayr'sWonderful -!

I. A. Mayor IL'R.City.MAY.KI..I"'m. i of .weet potatoes -planted during this noel tomatoes, chop all ingredient i to miss Remedy dose.and I It don't ha givenme want' Bank of t Osceola Couflty r .
I oj a single *
Roaches Re GILBERT. ., fine growing season. Use only the fine (do not put through food .chop- ,
.:; more benefit than all the medicineI _ ; ,.',
Seal ; '
( ) best the best ) add Beaconing and mix welL -
I vine.tro yielding, pot per _
I I A. City of Klsslmmee. have taken. I feelI doing
Non-poisonou to Person. City Clerk.. 'tatoea. Add the -rlnetrar'and allow to stand ever am < .
.. i u-
' .U-1t. good to recommend: it to others.1 It .
,'ourGrocer I I ; Sow cjowpeas for hay and cover over night. Next, morning bsrless.preparsttoiCtbatremoves' . ,
I.o . or ADMINITRTOR' FOR L lmple. -
-* ..-.*--- .. ;'-- FINAL DICCflAROE' .crops Thi.-vrop-w11I-enrich---7ou; 4nt.smsflsteriIIzedjar'proceuenminutes the mucus'from the intestl- i '
I I'-- hnd. ,-.'i' and '-seaL. 666 "T7c
Sold' ,byyouEDrugg1st-, >. Ie ' s.f .heCe's.t1 ....... ....... Clean but the old ditches,'and make i mal tract and allay the inflammation .t
.' ... ... whlchcauses practically all stomach .
it2end50e tbe'Box I r eSRt7p Stale .1 Fier neW' to'allow I of 'Sn.elalv'constructed( baths are now
poi <: .. j jFarnlallecl"Fl.t Oeorlr.'W.f.r.rtl! ones' good ;drainage available for-the dog aristocracy of liver t and intestinal .ailments',',incJlId,. 'Mabtaj'c&wg"aa4 Ferer
[ ; *.' landa. drainage of ,
'Tn >e E: t teof your/farm ; Proper, log appendicitis. One dose .will .convince .' .
NoticeIs herebr given to an wholll the aoil i .ential.- Paris with'carefully-trained BXau F... It kith tWi .
very aa J 'A, Deagee er .
refunded. z. Rob .
'1t on. the .aeth day .. 't antseiI.mirs. and or money ... . ... - i,'
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the \<
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Commissioners. MeetIn Left For Californla,' I 1 ?:;v)1!
Kissiititnee Business College Monthly Session Yesterday: By Special i

wants, twe.nty young people to take instruction adjourned''The county session commissioners1 on Wednesday me,!and' in Mr. and. Mr;*. H.' .Piano and. two i I Wonderful: si

children afternoon for
in Touch Typewriting' the com left '
transacted considerable routine bus 'I $i ii
ing months. Results guaranteed. The'rates iness. For the first time In several points in California-making the trip '
month Commissioner G.) McClel with three solid pullman ,of Florida 1 >"
for the, 8umme 'nro\belng made five dollars land was present.-thus forming a folks the entire dlatanee."HappY' .. *,

the month, full board. Most of the work;: carriedout Marryf| wa. surprised and .
of routine nature
was a delighted when a recent meeting of SpecialsHigh
A 'report was. read by the county i ,
The first plipil'to enroll will receive one demonstration agent*. Leo II.' Wilson, the Florida resoluted Citrus that because Exchange of resolvedand the ,

month's tuition free. regarding the profits off,the county excellent J
work he had done. and of him
home from Ita ha -
cronand reported
faithfulr/ess and fealty to the 1N.I r.
th t-atter-al'-bin. organization .
had been for
paid he was to be sent on this trip .. .. .
the experiment he had a balance of I.

(tIN SOCIETY'S REALM j SUNDAY Sunday"FATHER'S having IS SELECTEDAS DAY"been designated as. ordered$84.68, placed Brans the ]'bank in"was the pre.ent'to That general sum fund.C learn was. to California there, and all fort to condition'assimilate the purpose'.a* they such of,exist Investigating information Class Feotwear1.!

"Father's Day" there will be a fit about the lumber he had been furnish betterment a*of might local be condition gained .for the.

$ ting union commemoration of that ing for the cross-state road, sayingthat .
ENTERTAINING SISTER day at the Methodist church, at eight. he now'had on his platform stock When the announcement was'made -
-= -COMING-FROM MIAMIMrs. -- -a.'' to-thervalaeof between $600(> and $700: Mrr'Piano-could"say:-not:.-:woP .. ..
nomination are invited to come and which was more than would be needeJfor astonishment was equalled only by .
of 22 CI
Robert M. Angas, herr worship with us. the curbing of .the road to the I his delight.. Formerly a resident of "'-
U entertaining as guest We have selected from fine stock all our odd and
t avenue, who MRS. J. M. DUNCAN. point where the funds will be ex the Golden State he still has many acquaintances our

d"t sitter, Mrs. Carl her Miami Ellis Dunaway home on,Sun. MRS L. H. INGRAM. hausted and where the state will take 'whom he will see during broken-size footwear each pair of which will go at ) '
arrived from his ,,
month' absence
MRS. J. Z. ROBERSON.WISCONSIN up the work. Matter were adjusted and he will be
i day for a limited atsy.i t UNIVERSITY. satisfactorily! and an effort will be in a better position to gather information one price regardless of the regular selling: price. We

i made to sell the extra lumber to the I than though he was a com.
yA MEASURING SOCIALBY GRADUATES HUGE CLASS state when undertakes to completethe plete stranger to that state Mr. Plano are giving a maximum of value for a minimum of.
BAPTIST WOMENThe I Miss Amy Makinson who has been has made an ideal of the .
Baptist Ladies' Aid Society is attending the University of Wiscon-, ment.highway according to its agree, Kissimmee exchange, and manager ha friendson money. This cannot be disputed when you note 1

to have a measurnig soclal next > on- I son, is to graduate from that Institution The afternoon was spent by the every side--all of whom will learn that each pair-named below will be sold at one price :
day evening at the home of Mrs J.I ., next Wednesday, winning the deftfee body as an equalizing board. with pleasure of his' travel gift.
I M. Johnston, 220 Bryan street, com of B. A. The beautiful bro.t'hures Mrs. Piano and the children: will 3.95 will give you the choice of these high-class .
p, mcncing: at eight o'clock, to which the which give"this'announcement'are Picnic extend their visit in California ifter ,.. -- ..
general 'public is invited. A charge splendid samples of the printingart several month visiting their relatives .goods.

will be made acording- the height contain forty or more pages, are Proved Enjoyable and the many friends of othedays, \ *
:; of the patron.ANNOUNCEMENT. bound in leather, and contain the : but Mr. Piano will be home in timeto
.,; names of the fifteen hundred who will 'I The annual picnic of the membersof attend the July meeting of the Ex In this assortment will be found Brown Kid, one
OF graduate this year. The Wh! ("'>nm the Methodist church and Sunday change.
COMING MARRIAGE university Is considered recond to school was held yesterday at Alligator strap, Pumps, with Military Heels; Black Satin ..

::1.J Invitations have been issued announcing none<< 'in this country, and has t teen Lake, and was enjoyed to the full Baby Louis Heels Black and White Oxfordsand '
the wedding of Mian Cecella foremost in introducing features that limit by several hundred. Scores of Pump ; .

,Dverstreet.juid, Clarence havebeen,_adopteiaiv-Stalea automobiles ware,,pressed into-ser: i CHMIDTTVS 'SYNCOPATIONS- : Pumps, military-heels};'Black Kid Pumps, -
which will take place at .LeRor..Eby.. It was from that institution that Flor- vice to care for those who had no I I ,
y let church on Wednesday, June 21. The ida secured the thought; of its extension l means of rapid, transportation. and Military heels; Black Two-strap Pumps, Baby Louis
j bride-to-be is a Kissimmee girl, a service--which is proving sucha no one who cared to go was forgotten.At .
graduate of the local high school, and great success.ENTERTAINED. the lake there was a general Baseball is still the center of inter heels ; Black Patent Leather One-strap Pumps, Baby

has a very large circle-of friends; a merry-making many the est in Kissimmee. and will continue Louis heels -White One-strap Pumps Baby Louis
young woman whose personality is AT TEA I I cooling waters of.the lake, while others to be for the balance of the summer ; ,
1; ever winning warm acquaintances. HONORING HER SISTER amused themselves in numerous months. The attendance should in- heels ; White One-strap Pumps, Baby Louis heels;
afternoon Mrs. R. M. An- !
Monday Possibly the busiest men crease to a great extent-for there
The prospective who has been ways. pres-
,y t" a resident of Kissimmee groom but a few gas, of 22 Clyde avenue, entertaineda ent were Ernest Green non Wilson, 'I' are lot. of live roSter( ; and fans: White Oxfords, Military heels ; and Men's Brown ;Nand ,

Jx year, Is an ardent worker in church number of her friends at tea in and John Beaman-for them among us now who have returned Black Oxfords. ...
1 circles, and has made many friends { honor of her sister, Mrs. Carl Ellis Seemed to devolve the work-of seeing: from various college; and it 1 I. hoped
during his residence here. I Dunaway, fonperly of this city but that was left hungry when the they will all give our winning club
) now of Miami. The invited guests Included luncheon served. From some- heir suppor. .:
? ENTERTAINS HER CLASS Mrs. Haynes Brinfton, Mrs. where, as was a dessert, dozens of watermelons Remember that these are all broken sizes, and it will ri
r FROM SUNDAY SCHOOL Stanley Bullock, Mrs. Ralph Bevans, were produced as mysteriously Kissimmee now has a complete(
I be to advantage to"call early and make selec-
Mrs. Marvin C. DuPont, Mrs. John cities builded the robbingof schedule for the coming two months your
: as were by
I Mrs. Celeste J. Fripp is the much I Erickson, Mrs W. J. Fripp, Mrs F. S. Two games each week--on Tuesdaysand
T I admired teacher of the "Daughters ofWesley" the lamp of Aladdm-end' then tions. It is possible that later on your size might
+ Gilbert, Mrs Lewis O'Bryan Mrs. II. was an oversupply of the ovals of Thursdays. This gives us a game
class in the Methodist Sunday Clay Stanford, Mrs. Willa Steed. Mrs.F. green sweetness. As a whole the affair here nearly every week-and one be missing- so early shopping will be best. Come in
school, and Saturday afternoon + G. Thomason, Mrs. J. J. Tucker was pleasing to everyone-anc away from home. A complete sched-
entertained Mrs. J. Wade Tucker, Mrs. Mason Tiller nothing marred the festivities of that ule will be found in he window of and look them over, anyway.

Mrs. Dolph Walker, Mrs. D. G. occasion. Roberson's pharmacy.The .
mont avenue, south, with Miss Helen J
Wao-ner. Mrs. Lei Wilson. Miss CaroFrip" ,
i. i Baas and Miss Ada Wagner as honor lyn ,-Miss Lottie L wlerJ -Miss locals have now won twelve t
,: .' -, guests. The rooms were rendered attractive Lola Lawler, Miss Almina tanner; I Sears Was AstonishedAt games, lost two and tied three. Two of I
i by a profusion/ of flowers. Miss Elsie Norton Miss Matt ie, Stan- Magnitude of Vote the ties wee played with the Pals
and nleasinc refreshments were served ford. Miss Tille- :MISH at Palaka-and the other at Avon "
Mary Virginia --
...' during the afternooh. Those entertained I Tiller, Miss Mamie Tiller Miss Louise By a practically two-to-one vote Park last Tuesday. Avon Park had \
') were Misses Helen Ames, ThomaBon Mtas Maud Thomason, W. J. Sears, of Kissimmee., won his imported five players from Fort -
,Johnnie Bronson, Gladys Griffin, Li-! j': Mins! Ada Wagner, Miss Carolina congressional race against W. A. Mc- Meade and other neighboring dubs, Fred S. Gilbert \ :
lian Harris Neva Lester, Mar are' Walker. Williams on Tuesday_-and it was believed and put up a very nifty tie game with
McNtill, Foda McNeill!, Elizabeth -- that the Saint Johns county the locals,-score 1 to 1. Young, whit
Parker Etta Suhl, Lauretta Snod- BRIDGE LUNCHEON man was the most popular opponent pitched for the Cowpunchers, held -
prass, Kathrine Tiller, and Katheryn FOR MIAMI GUESTAn which "Our Joe" has had during his them to five hits,which is doing very

j .,, ""* ,Wyckoff. unusually pleasant bridge party : terms as congressman. Practically well with a wet ball. THE HABERDASHER
end luncheon was tendered Tuesday the flood forSears I
barely failing to stem \
Talk about ball! The Cowpunchers
by Mrs. ,Robert Moore AnRax\ at filer standing high; y
e' !MucWilJLams, 106 Broadway KissimmeePhone 14 ,
showed the Palatka club .
home at 22 in honor of .
Clyde avenue, ip his own county in politics I circles, ...
a )r. Rev. W. H. breach, D. D., and Mrs, her sister, Mrs. Carl Ellis Dunaway, of barely failing to stem the flood for that they weren't the only button on I .
Dresch. recently gave "reception to Miami, formerly of Kissimmee, who is Sears in that county. The handsomevote the shirt. They played a scoreless
theo membership the Presbyterian her guest. Cards commenced a eiev-. 'I Sears received.must have proved game in the first and a 7 to 7 tie
chnrch and their many friends-the en o'clock, and at one a charming two- I, pleasing-for it sometimes hap I game for ten innings in the second }'
'affair taking place at' the Chapter course luncheon was served. The two : very that a prophet is not without ., and darkness called the -contest. They I FLAPPERS. ARE HEARING 'BUNDLE DVYIS CLOSE -
'?" Hourwhich wa,.prettily decorated high score prizes were won by Mrs. honor pens save in hia own country.'' slammed the cream of the Pals' pitching PRAISE OF THEMSELVES FOR NEAR EAST RELIEF'Wednesday -:!,r :
for the occasion.The pastor expressed M. D. Alexander and Mrs. Claud MacWIU staff to all corners of the lot- .
Latest compilations give .
the "lew.that'1n thef Jew Harper-while the contsolatio-n gfft Hams 11,252, and: Sears 20,468. while our.Mister Pen was feeding: the June, 14, &as been del :;
year.which covered the residence of was donated to Mrs.-. H. Bullock. Pal batters with the so-called "dope. For months past young women ignated to be "bundle day" and every.
#' the ,family in Kissimmeethere had The invited guests included Mrs. REPORT OF MAY BUSINESS' ball" after Clements.was,squeezed:! for have been hearing many thing about one In this county is asked to take or'( 't'i

been such a large number of kindnesM M., D. Alexander, Mrs- S. H. Bullock, GIVEN. BY COUNTY AGENTIn .ilx: .of theven. runs. II) the ...ooJldranie" themselves which ridiculed them in ship all cast-off clothing to Mrs.G.W. '
'' shown them and suck number because of their mannerof i
a a Mrs. Porter ButtorffcMrs. J. S. Cn-- many ways Best 403 Verona street Kissimmee..
of warm friendship engendered that dell, Mrs, Walter Coble, Mrs., Arthur the report made to the county Here, is what the famous Cuban dress, the manner of the way in that,.she may make as large, a shipmerit ;
... H was time that a little gathering be Donegan Mrs. Canon Farmer, Mrs.: commissioners of the work donedur "ortstoo of the Pals said of MisterPen' which they wore their hair the man as possible to the army base at
I }O"dto express In part the appreciation George Mrs. Claude Harper, ing May Leo H. Wilson, county agent .. "dopeball"Theea: leetle fel ner in''which they garbed when bathing Brooklyn. Mrs. Beat is anxious to
'felt to the people of Kiasimmee. During Mri. Thomas : ;' the, manner of their methods of receive
C Hornsby, Mrs. Edgar D. made the folowing summary ler Pen who come here wit dee Cow- ,the evening which was-pleasantly Katz, Mrs. Howard M. Katz, Mr*. Demonstrators in county, 344; Pig he da "dolling up, and many things along gloves, boots, shoes, shopworn garments -
pitcha gran' yeat'day
r>asp tf.> there were violin solbs by Nelson Makinson, Mrs. R. G. Minick, Club boys, 6; visits to demonstrators bqys, he hava .theeng in game da worl'-. I that: line. In a desire to be facetious sheets for bandages, new garments
tr. .., R.,O. Rolfe: piano solos bv Mrs. R. Mrs J. D. Newby. Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan 68; visits to Pig Club boys, 4; farm- Me ;strike no ata hall an' mees him a I much has been said-and the papers or clothes and any heavy and
'n. ,.Mlnick'and.Mis L. E.-Waterman; Mrs. Harry PIano Mrs. Fannie ers conferred, with on road, 10; in foot strike another an' Aim have greatly enlarged upon the matters warm clothing in which there is still
vocal solo by Miss Patsy Makinson Powell Mrs. Starbird bulletins distributed,... 68; ; me mees ; and young ;women have considered
a ; Roy Mrs. W. J. town, 61 j "nother foot. Da nex'.ball lika some wear. The lack clothing was
and recitation by Mr*. C. H. Rice and Steed and Mrs. Bence Floyd, of Orlando letters written, 41; articles writtenfor he roll on a Btreeng me wait for ball themselves the butt of much un- so acute last winter that,in spite of '
Miss Carol Makinson. "light refresh.: ; Miss Ethel Hall and Miss Ada 16; farmers' meeting and know nve. could; pat heem on da called for levity.To generosity of the American people-
'menu were served.- Simpson. held.papel'lll; Ie. traveled, 532. back three time when he passa me. the relief of these flapers there hundreds of little children were found 1
have come several to plead their cases who had dragged themselves for miles
------- Me think hit 'em over de fence. Me
swing ate ball, he spilla 'gas'an'Mister and to uphold the young women. suffering from acute rheumatism and
; a 111111111111111111111111111111! nlilinillllllllllllllliulllllllOO IIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIILIr II Umpire Poole He say to me, The latest of t.hesIn/ an importantway pneumonia, simply for lack of cloth-
Vallarino, 'You are out!" De like in Josephine Baker, the woman insr. Others just froze to death The '
dot!" at the head of the children's bureauof Near East'relief can not use laces, ;
)New York, and she places. the matter silk*. veils.., chiffons, evening clothe, ,, ;
"I === Now, fans and rooters show the In the plainest and most common- satin slippers, muslin underwear, high
.==: ====== boys of the' Kissimmee club that you sense manner. She has much to say :heeled shoe, straw or frame hat, or ,
are with them. Come out every time in her report as given to the press silk stockings.
r of
It.Holders 3 3-4% Victory Notes they play here. There will be,a !game regitdin the matter, and concludesher a
here once a 'week--either on a Tuesday article In this wise:' CONGRATULATORY DINNERNearly ,

or a Thursday. We'have a winning "The old fogies, both men and women
; Present notes for
k your redemption. The interest will cease of the n
=== club-and let's attend the games who never see good in anything, a score neighbors and ,
'' f June fifteenth with .a winning crowd. now have the modern girl for their friends of Honorable'. S. Acree '
= 1922 nominee for
== favorite topic, morning, noon and representative, gatheredat
+ '>= CALCIUM CARBIDE RESIDIUM his home- south of Kissimmee last
night. These same people were justas
,= LAND with "
SWEETEN evening
---- USEFUL TO fifty the quantities of fine cook-

of y ; :' The Bank With. :11 Many owner of acetylene lighting. must young busy. have people a subject years of ,that;ago to decrying about They It ed was meats needed, cakes to make, honey a,, splendid and all that dinner I

Take The Weather as : plant throughout the county have -and surprised "Steve" with furnishing f *Ji
used to be the girl who wore corsets
been informed that the-residue left by him "
the time of his
L the ':= the calcium carbide after it has lost now it is the corsetless damsel. Never -' life-merely to congratulate him young
were girls dressing so sensibly and up-s.
its gases form an excellent fertilizer, his
on victory of Tuesday. And thJrnominee .
a Comes getting such a good viewpoint of life ,.
Ability It and is rich in many of the acid need- was certainly appreciative. s
c ed In such material. The county agent *s O"' sfirU of today. They are better .
-: and. = ha repeatedly been asked a* to thiselalm.d able mentally and physically tt FOR YOUR STOVEWOQD ,::
Lea bear and revfa children than their ....J
to settle the question -
Crawling at I the sky is'poor and unprofitable business. =
J Willingness H. Wilson wrote to the state chemistfor mothers Place your order for veneerblocka .
,= "I have witnessed ,but,a few and '.
full particular young split block at once for the summer :
McRJte state chemist, women the extremes drinking. month Block '
William A. delivered
I *t
., : ;. to Serve Make the Best of'Your' Time advise. that he has been forced to Smoking is a matter of manners rather $2.96 for 120 blocks; split for stove ': '!t"
than of morals, and will not hart wood,
_ ,=== many time answer this same query, guaranteed full strand, $8.1R 1 f
== and be asserts that its fertilizing heir children. They only pet fn public All Phone 91; 616 Brack
r. INSURfDSave while you have the opportunity, and the help of :- content is of no use whatever wore whore girls used to pet in private street. J. Bonnln, 15-tf !$
,DmOSITS soil. "This Their dress Is sensible and allows th-n (
Keep company with those who save: and you will ._ than to sweeten sour re-
idium is simply slacked lime-hydrated t.luse their body as God intended I TO LATE TO CLASSIFY I "J.
'I' soon be saving your earning. Many of our welltodopatrons ::5 calcium oxide. It would be them untrammelled by skirts and "-
== urbelows., still LEARN TELEGRAPHY. Touch Type!, ;
.' lime. Better they know
valuable soil requiring I :
What on
started with small account at first. they == writing Business Penmanship, Railway i;
outside of the life and what it means. That I III their f
The many farmer ) I Station Agency. Day and night ". ,f.t-f.tI
ire >=== e e did you can do.Don't == city limits who ban been informed best protection. clBuea Enter any time. Petitions' ,
e that this residjum/ I I. of much value "Their children will be wanted and Guaranteed. Promotion certain. Ref ,'. l'
Delay == a* a fertilizer may reckon this Infor- welcomed. Ism for the *.M of today, erenc a required upon entering,
.: Any Longer! mation as being 4/fflclaJ-.even though the mother of tomorow." dress Write for THE pedal RAILWAY summer COMJoIERCI.rates. Ad.-V,' j ''.
i ,
it, may be disappointing AL 'TELEGRAPH SCHOOL B rtow,.Vj5t t
THIS PU. Upstairs over Brown's .r.w.l :*,9,
SUHL OF'KISSIMMEE.- liAS RE EVENING ry .Store). |(.ttl ,

SOME HENRY FORD IDEAS At the'home> of Dr. and Mrs.. T. M. FOR BALK I> ..r.",
-T<>un,*' Jersey cow milk. (
fl iBankof eola.C"Duoty1\\1 The Verb' Machine and Supply Shop Rivers. No. P Mabbette street there Is InsM; *. Also, Improved Porto Rlo6 .Os had' added a. new line to It* already to be heM a greeting this evening to .potato vine at jl.BO per thoubnd. '

; : ; : ettenaivs'busineaIItwill'mangfae ture the ,-Suhl'8 x WJ l iv-a-.n >* t welcome Rev.pll.t.or.of Albert Millet the Christian who. Telephone 1SS. ,J. N. Parker Ut J,, +

thing:in truck development;. commenced his summer pastorate- in.
Orange f
Klsaimmeelast .Sanday. 'T- Spot Bungalow!
that is upected.wlU nark a new era
( ? "
< !
; x :l : : flours, ,Ii. .A.;. M.;,.t'o'.3. P.M.r_ d ..t'' in truck manufacture-and "use.. The"sixwheeler" "CREDIT 'TO FLORIDA" I Furnished/ ,. "
:: i1"1 ; '' i'' r < I* the ,Invention. of H. ( ) ,, \\11
." _. ,. .....n '""' h' .... -" I' P. ;Subl."of KlsBimmee,. and will be Editor Thomdrke Is'' making ,TheKissimmee ON. BLUFF'FACIN4, OCEAN; ; -

manufactured only] by the; Blended Valley Garettes: most Jlp t jreet,-_ 450-per-Mont at
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