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 16, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01068
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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STATE DIVISION IS Frightfully When Mangled Caught by Belt OSCEOLA, U RT BOY ,SCOUTS Many Deplore Casino ChangeIn Management SAYS, HIS SAY THENROASTSNEWSPAPERS

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STRONGLYENDORSEI, John Farrell)\ a negro pn r.ilywell IS NOW IN $STOP AT KISSIMMEE Just .as the film-lovers of Kissim.
liked by all the people of Saint Cloud mee have !grown ,to admire the pies.ent .
was the victim of, an accident last management of the Casino motion _

j Capital Removal;; l Seems' To. S.turday'while at his work at. the Entire Stock Is g Coast to Coast, picture house J. F. Freeman, Decries Tick Eradication 4

p- 4 Be Forlorn Matter ice,plant which will incapacitate him By. Tampa Remained Over Night to the Lynch Enterprises have decidedto Yet Gives No SolutionOf I'
a
; for a long time; and will never permit' "let go" this show house-which

Divide Florida him to resume ibis former duties. Will \ See KissimmeeThere mean. that Mr. Freeman will be Vexing Problem. ",
Farrell with others was attempting I transferred to some other point. Thaiing "J

There was a well-attended luncheon to belt, a flywheel connected with !. Charles II. Brown and was a. bunch of tired Boy the recent,.months..th. showings i --The-followlng-eommunication "

-.tTheChamberofConmercergoniWednesday: the-ics-machine,-when. hewascaughtin l'elfdentJand-: ....- when.,aru-aulo-.lruck-stoppex at-this.Jiousehavebeen-eapeciaUr-in Ram Summeriin.-aecretaryvf"
the belt -drawn in, and tossed about 8roadway late afternoon teresting-i-and has tie Raisers' Association of
noon, and the audienc Monday every program Florida,
the of Commerce of
heard the report of Rev. J. A. Sutton till the machinery could be stopped. Bank there were seven more who soon been clean; and he has taken every will prove well worth the studying
who had on the previous day attend Then wiNing hands extricated him of the very important red riding their wheels. The lads opportunity to make friends. The and carefully Considering.) Ther.
the Capital Removal League meetini from Ills plight and physicians were tutlons of that city are from Stuart, Palm Beach coun public will remember.that'he has been seems to be a lack of sticking to the

at Palatka. where some sixteen coun called. Examinations showed he waswtrunded.in ers of the Bank of and made the hike to Melbourne tireless in arranging attractive lob- subject which The Gazette brought upa
ties were represented. Mr. Sutton de';: many places his jaw was the transfer Sunday, and from that point to' by di.playnd will wish for him short time ago; but it is being
dared that, there was an .pp.rent broken, and so:: serious was the condition having almmee on Monday. They were success wherever he may be located.Mr. printed in full because of the fact
lessening of interest in the matter oC of the victim's,.right arm that yesterday. By this .un-lnu ned. for the trip had Freeman says: "I have become that a large number of citizens in 0..

the capital removal the people relizing amputation was necessary. Pouts, of Lakeland will a hard one. and there were sev firmly attached to KI..lml1\ee-&nd ceola county 'are interested in cattleulture '
.a that .uch a project was actually!] Another patient. Jack Brack: was as president of-the miles on the cross-state road I[ like the people who have been ever :
impossible--and Mr. Sutton declared cured for by the attending physicians by Charles H. Brown it was impossible for even the courteous and kind to me in every Just a line to correct youf editorial
also that so long as the personnel of; Dr. J., D. Chunn. Dr.. O. L. Buckmaster. thony will be succeeded of them to ride wheels. way possible. I shall leave.here with under date of June 9, in which you
the legislature was of the usual clasi. and Francis French a medical ry as the vice-president But no sooner were they landed ,regret and wherever I may go I say I am leading/ the procession of
4 there would be no re-apportionment student at the Gainesville university.FarrelV Spain one of the there commenced some embar I shall not soon forget those l who have tick eradication in the Fort Pierce
Wihile every voter in the state realize! had been thrown BO strongly i will be retired. &, queries. Where are the head been universally kind to me. Meeting-rather in the meeting held
that for thirty years every act of the against Brack that the latter' shou i The institution is now of the local Scouts? Could The lease of the place is reportedto there recently.I : .
legislature has been illegal-becauai dot was either badly dislocated or regated from the I get a shower bath there T Was have been secured by C. C. Jar- was invited by the citizens of
of its being an illegal body and while broken. Both patients are now pronounced banking concerns- a Y. M. C. A., so the visitors d.n. who has bought back what he both Saint Lucie and Broward counties .
they know that to comply with thi as getting along as welt as of Osceola County will use the shower bath ? Wasn't disposed of to the great syndicate to meet them at Fort Pierce witha
law a reapportionment must be made could be expected. nection with the any place where a shower bath more than a year ago-although this view of forming some plan by whichwe
each ten years, the voters still con Corporation, by which its be obtained? Might they rig. a has not been confirmed by him. How. could satisfy the croaklngs of the

tinue to send as their representative!. always Insured. The about one of the revolvlnar spray-_ ver. Mr. Freeman states that the .newspapers-and---at--th-,-:-- une--tjij -_.
men-wholly-unfit tG-fill..tbe position!.'. CITRUS-GROWERS.HAD recognized -that--:ilidn'tnyOJ"irrthe: : -park fi ferfrmancejjdjrh1ianage- eliminate some of the friction with the

_inasmuch as an honest man would Tens of Tampa and they Broadway, and take some shower ment will be given on Thursday evening state sanitary board-aa well as put
zealously labor towards a reapportionment. plans under \ there? June 29--and that the new management ourselves in a defensive position.
FINE DEMONSTRATIONSplendid add to the popularity Finally they were piloted across will assume control immediately Any man with average intelligencecan
Following remarks by Judge G. F of the institution which bridge in the Cape Breeze section thereafter. read as he runs that the next

Kribbs and by H. Clay Stanford, i just j purchased.Said they made camp-and founj) I legislature will pass some kind of a
motion was carried which placed this Meetings Brought Vice-President to their hearts' content-but tick eradication measure regardlessof
body emphatically endorsing Much Information to immediate present there : showers. In the evening the entire FLORIDA IS IN DEBT what may be the.result to the ones -

"State Division Only and the secretary change in the force of were guests of J. F. Free who pay the bills. When I say., the
was authorized to notify. all Many_Attending which ia in an extremely manager of' the Casino who "next* legislature I speak advisedly .
Chambers of Commerce to"that effect, ,' tion. Within sixty or them that,he "wished there were TO EVERY NEWSPAPER for novr there la, and has' been for
Reapportionment might be considered More than forty growers attended we shall have a least a hundred more of them so sometime-, a move on foot tocall a'
as a secondary point.-and. possibly,,, the first real field demonstration in mit to some of the might extend the courtesies of his special term for the purpose of trying
later but citrus growing ever held in Osceola of Kissimmee and and most Especially Timely Paper to tick law well
4 might meet approval on; saw a performance pass a as as some
4 that solution seems wholly improb. county last Tuesday morning at Shingle which we shall offer and left early this morn- Read at South Florida other measures, but the tick law is. c .
able at this time.A Creak, where the meeting was stock in the bank at for Winter Haven enroute to the object, and I feel safe in saying
communication was received asking held at the grove of George Bronson they cost us, in order to and Saint Petersburg. Press AssociationAt the movement is fostered by our governor
that aa many of the organizationas -and more than one hundred were flavor and to furnish a roster of the visitors showed notwithstanding the meeting '
possible should attend the meetingof present at a like meeting held in the tore that will following; Howard B. Bailey the recent meeting of the South of the 1923 legislature is in sight.I .
the Wild Life League at Orlando afternoon at the grove of Z. W. tions. We are anxious master; Lee Willes and Mark 'lo-rida Press Association, at Lake- am not now and have never been 2
Wednesday evening. This brought upthe Wether,ton. located at the fork of the bo considered a local assistants; Joe Backus, sen land. the members were fortunate in an advocate of tick eradication-because
question of "Was there not a JarcocHsee and Melbourne roads east every sense of the word, patrol leader; Kenneth Seymoure having present Isaac Van Horn, of I do not believe that it is practical.
branch of this league once formed in of Saint Cloud. The attendance was reason we shall of Beaver Patrol; Leon For- Haines City, the county and state I do not say impossible but
Kissimmee ?" J. M. Willson replied pronounced as far better than had some good local men. ( leader of Wolf Patrol; Ted Lu- booster and editor and publisher of Impractical, because of physical conditions
that it "died a-bornin"-but he be- been expected-and Leo II. gratified Wilson;; start we wish it leader of Tiger Patrol; Fred the quaint publication termed tho of the country. I do go far
lieved that it was a good thing and I (county agent was greatly shall cater to the local ., Sammy Lane Hugh Stu- "The Florida Bull. The title of this enough to say ticks will not be eradicated -
should be fostered. The chair urged >ec-ause MO much interest was shown. far as possible, and we George Parks. Broster Schroe-, monthly paper is but an antonymfor in Flordia during the presentcenerstion
that some of the members attend the William Gomme, gent for Polk press this point as George Thomas Fred Walton, there is less "bull" than may be (< either of man or beast.
(county spoke. of the necessity of found in the ordinary publication; but
Inhering. be done. Wille. While I believe this I am willing to
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Leo H. Wilson was endorsed as making a better display of "bright"fluit as the name may have been selected lo my best and have always been .o.
establish in the state-in stores and cafe because the aim of thd naprr is. to
leader in the local movement to but J d.Iin"that inasmuch a* the cat.tleman .
and the like and then told how to secure "bull" the value of all sections of the
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one or more patrols of the Boy ROSTER OF OU N TY COURT TAKES has to pay the expense'that
''Scouts until such time as there might this better fruit. He added that .1.atspHlally all of Polk county- he is entitled to some protection,,all
cf the the growers were too apt to send the its appropriateness is not to be ques
be established a strong body of which we asked of. the governor .
boys.S. best fruit from the state--a fact that FOR OSCEOLA FINAL ADJOURNMENT tioned. before the last legislature met but he
L. Lupfer J. W. Johnston. andC. frequently caused visitors to exclaim :: Mr. Van Horn is a believer in public refused to recognize us; I aUPPose on -

W. Griffin were made a committee "Well, I see that I'll have to Ira buck t* .*" __-,_,_-__j_.--._-, tl!. He recognizes that only the grounds of economy( ye'h.l i. .,
to select the names of five men north 'to, get some of your fine or Eight Vacancies Bar Association through publicity can ,great successes ready to call a pedal term at ,a
voted at the coming election nnges! Mr. Gomme spoke also of be secured; and to remfo'-jn the ad of .
be cost to
to upon $60,000 $100,000 to put a;
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4- aa a charter board-whose duty it the branch experimental station located To Fill List of ,Gathers at Orlando vt.'rtldnA' through the re! {uiar channels measure through at the behest of.hi.
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should be to compile a document that at Lake Alfred-telling the growers . Fifty For Three Days he has caused to be establishedhis friends. WJiy? \
might suit the voters of Kissimmee that it was not a Polk county affair -- own publication in which he may The Fort Pierce meeting 'an "entirely

relative to a new charter. carrying but was for the good of the The list below l is the June term of the county court say precisely what he pleases regardless local affair. Jt.was originated .

'JIout the plan of a commissioner form state at large.iProfea.or for tion of teachers for the rl"S opened on Monday, came to a of any self-elected censor. lIi. and fostered by the citizen there and
IL E. Stevens eight association
paper read before the was '
afternoon
government.The conclusion Tuesday was joined in by other counties at the
years pathologist at the agricultural of the schools of of length-yet not tiresome; and a .
""A. ( announcement was made that the announcement was made request of the people there. "I will -
at the next regular meeting "of the, college sWke in a most' interesting decided by the school boa the State, Bar Association was |crlon! of it is herewith ropr-xlucc-l/: tell you why. .

Chamber. on Wednesday: there wouldbe fashion of citrusinsects and diseases- be seen that the board commence a three-day session in I consider the. newspaper, I mean The state sanitary. board 1>....ct Kruling'that -
served a very fine chicken dinner-r and their contrQl. on W\MbIe.d4ynd every the community newspaper from the tlcky eatt1e'allould be '
no ,
cessful at this early date
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of the tate sheet
John R. Springer, ?, plant City daily to the smallest little
followed. it
and applause in the state felt necessary transported into or through tick-free
.-excellent roster-and ) : .
board, with headquarters at Orlando, Bfl his emphatically havirig a public circulation especially! (Continued on Pas; .JI'h'e) .
gavethe.. growers much Information doubt that the few presence the entire meeting. in a state 'like Florida which is not --_-- '
during '
regarding the rules stipulations of the faculty will be only blessed with great natural busi- I
FOURTH the would
PROGRAM JULY the absence of attorneys
of that board/ and suggested many For the Kissimmee the sessions of the court far ness resources but which is one of CONCERT IN HAVANA
points of value regarding the removal following have been be and Interest. the few winter play grounds of the ,
quiet to enjoyable
1 cf plant life. D. B. Shaver, principal.Miss the one greatest essential to ,
nation
HAS OFFWoman's any and as the judge desired, also, to .
BEENJALLED state E. ,W.also Jenkins gave, some district interesting agent of the in- principal Almena and English.Mrs. Leitner.. present aC the taken-and law sessions it ,is an prob-ad contradict its proirress! this.and I believe no one .will HEARD I.KISS"IMME', *?

Club Concludes to foimation and in the evening at the H. ;N. 'Makinson, that no was other cases will be taken What does the public owne its newspapers -
Chamber of Commerce showed a half- History. until the next regular term of the ? First: Liberal support in the Fine Program Given in Cuba
Assist Saint Cloud in hundred stereopticon views which Miss Katherine way of advertising patronage, that Heard '.

Patriotic Program were ?f great value to the large gathering History. the cases coming before the its publisher may Improve his sheet Plainly Sunday '
present. To be filled were the following-which were and thus give the community'the v..rv Evening at .Story's
Taken the gatheringswere To-be filled. Science. But this is _
; as a whole at. best publicity. patronage
After having devoted several weeksin of great value to the citrus men For the graded schools pressed by the prosecuting a business proposition and not a char- The radio plant that ha* beenset
preparing plans for a celebration of this all of whom were not mee the following have : : contribution men
county- L. Oaken reckless driving. itable as many up on the second floor 'of the Story .,
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ign Tuesday, July Fourth in accordance slow in proposing queries along every Mrs. F. C. Bryan, 8th Mach-running trailer with. seem to regard it. and when placing store is working very nicely-even. ,
with the suggestion sent out by line and it is Miss Cleo Wood ridge. i the
possible of thought; license. their advertising,treat: publisher though all the attachments have not
the headquarters of the confederation highly probable much good will result Mrs. J. W. Trammell. Lanier running with- a patronizing way as if riving him been installed-and there are c times
the women of Kissimmee have concluded from this affair. There will be num- To be filled. 7th grade license.- car something which places him undergreat when Lyles V. Story will "pick up"

to accept the Invitation of the erous calls for "repeat meetings." Miss Virginia Tiller, .proper E. Palmer operating trailer and lasting obligations to play matters from far-away points.. Sun. -
skater club at Saint Cloud and thereby Mrs. Roy Graves 6th up every business matter in which the day evening he was vainly struggling

have a joint celebration which will YOUNG COUPLE ARRESTED Mrs. F. C. Edwards. M.license.Bass -passing worthless advertiser is interested in the/ news. columns I- tu hook in on either Tampa or Jack- :
prove far .more satisfactory than to CHARGED WITH ROBBERY Mrs. Frances Snodgrass .. and, make special mention of him ronville: -when suddenly there "came /H.. "
have two smaller Ones. This is done B. the members of his family every ' Ha l
E. auto or t the vord: "The program we s> <
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Stokes Largcnt-running
with the that reciprocal event Mrs. Ethel P. Ames. 4th visit the townor
hope a of Saint Cloud were under arrest license. time they neighboring offer this evening is being given l I.Y -
placed
be staged at a later date. Miss Cecelia have him roast the for lack Cul
may on Saturday and were lodged( \ in 'Davis-running auto without paper th- Radiograph Company. of i --
The fact that the other entertain B. for his advertising -
> before . of due appreciation with, headquarters at Havannl"! The
until morning securing -
jail Tuesday
ments for the Fourth had been scheduled Miss Mary C. Bryan worthless patronage. ords were as plain as If but a fewsteps
release bond. They werecharged J. Reed-passing
for some time in advance at cities a with an old soldierof Miss Lillie Dale. 3d Everyone should understand the uletant; in place uf tpjrj bring'

within driving distance of Kissimmee I $400 robbing and other objects.Mr. Miss Medora Rusiell. Reed-having liquor in his space of a newspaper is just as valuable ..onio four hundred miles of wirelesssj'H .
nearly
was a factor, so the committee state, Miss Elon Guice. 2d just as much a real asset justas e intervening.; -
Stokes when Tuesday
seen on
in calling off the proposed entertain is Miss Edith Miller. of the much a commodity as the goods on Then commenced the concert with
ment. There will be a point of internal said: "This charge against us a Mrs. Iris O. Schuck. : following were heard some the shelf of the merchant and to ask the Cuban national air In the lead, and
there to be
because some :
put-up thing are coming on
far baseball is Miss Emma Yowell, to sell
in KisBimmee so as the man marches
or expect newspaper of Sousa's world-known
people in Saint Cloud who do not like L. Nelson speeding; $5 and the one
ftncerned, but it is believed that there who for- principal.Miss it; on any other basis than the merchant following. There were piano BOlos
number of members of me and dislike my wife was Myrtilla Beals, his is insult, and !
be sells an
will a large Mrs. Donald Davidson. of Kis A. Hughey. keeping child out of goods, vocal polos and special numbers 61 .
the Woman's Club of Kissimmee in merly Miss Margaret ; belittles the merchant, just as muchas various kinds before the announce- -
attendance at the exercises planned at simmee. We can both prove our Innocence sion*and physical culture. ) ; not guilty. it would the man, if he .,
when before found newspaper rint was: mae: that "th' re will now ;
this liquor
selling
of charge we are Terrell ;
.
Ip. Saint Cloud-the of which For the schoo's! of into the merchant's store and
program came which c
after
; to brief intermission
the cOUtt; but we do not Tike the Notice of motion made for a
will at later date. following-named have because he was publishing newspaper .
a
appear publicity that has been brought upon of judgment and new trial wo wit! resume the program given by ;
To be filled principal. advertising the'merh.nt's townor '
us. We have had no occasion to rob ... by Johnston and Garrett. the Ifndiograph Company of Cu..a I -
Local Band to Play at To be filled first the factor in
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\ of city and was greatest with, l-eadquarters in Havan' Litter, --.
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Joiner plea
L. speeding
anyone--as we are getting along very To be filled second ; treated, him in a patronizing \
Haven duly Four its progress, for minutes were the numbers!
Winter ,
nicely; and we shall prove all this in Ms. Lulu Atwood, 8th entered and judgment sus him to give Innry:
:;\ way and expected kept for the pleasure of those "11..-
court at the time. ur
proper To be filled 7th grade. attention
Winter Haven will probably see the Mr. Stokes succeeded in making Miss Katherine, of Saint Cloud versus Joe himself and family especial. tenmg in" on Mr. Story's rracnine.

largest crowd ever gathered there bond in the sum of $500 and was reeaset To be filled. 6th grade. A. F. Bass and J. J. Padgett;' as. rather superior columns persons.The to advertising Th't. i who had never heard such an -

? when the Fourth of July arrives, -asi Tuesday morning; but up to Miss. Rosemary Landiss damages, $250. Judgment newspaper for sale to open those who ccc'irrence could h.rdly'Mliev.* it- ;

there will be a large outpouring from Thursday morning Mrs. Stokes had. Mrs. Jessie E. Holden, for $260 interest as stated have business are sagacity enough to realize although their ears did. not Je.-vlVti' f
the entire surrounding country. The perfected no bond, and was in jail. the note, and $35 attorney's fee. business- andno then :to
conditionally) value their
( to
their
Kissimmee band hall been secured for versus Charles Garner intox: This week Mr. Story is planning to
''. the occasion, and if the weather is KISSIMMEE BOY WINNERAT Mrs. Edna B. Goss 2d Bond of $25 forfeited. self-respecting publisher want remove hid receiving plant to 1.1, -
Mrs. A. E. Cow er other basis.
promising doubtless fully half of Kis- TilE GEORGIA TECH any one'slu.lne.8 on any i homo on Mabbette street for thrg'o.iter
(To be filled assistant Second: The newspaper is what hi,uli .
srmmee will be present-to see how the :\ ARRIVES convenience of both "
\t. Jolka there "put it over." At eJeven AtlantA June 16-(Special to The To be filled, domestic FOR MISS PIIERIGO moulds public opinion; chronicles the and family and for all who m ty deiin
O'dock! in the morning there is to ber Valley Gazette)-Daniel Buie Mc- The several precinct news and keeps the world posted on to rail anv evening and lui,* rat .
Vsr Hi with beautifully decorated Neill.! of Kissimmee, Florida, was been supplied as follows: Rhea Pherigo this morning current events, both locally and na hey pick up. There are times .
parade may
i 'floats and autos, with various oth- g'lven.a certificate in the two-year Shingle Creek: Miss her commission as postmas tionally. The local paper'gathers it when th. audience may '"j't it-aiiy
-r'f novelties. Water sports, auto po- architecture course at the closing ex.trctses caster. of KUslmmee-.-but will probably up-and like a snowball rolled In the minutes Ix for* hearing .a v,rj or si
li Jo er auto races, prize contests baseball of the Geol'Jt a.School of Technology Campbell: W. H. assume her duties until July 1. sun. gathers size and importance as it note; then, when once the dal.-ao: siparatus >- .
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The Fannie Addison other
on Monday, June 12. Miss taken by publicationstintil ,
up
the ii tune all hearer ita. h'.fh-i -
In a .
evening
In the afternoon. 1a :
else
.
the communication printed becomes .
Mrs. Carrie and city
argent class in the history of the :Xxtkosee: reach town locality Ir. -Stciyfe
fireworks iy As.
rapidlys
beautiful and spectacular school 198 number, was graduatedttovernorHardwlckdelhrered'thead' The colored schools of in this issue, written by Sam familiar to the public at lar e.U's1he repaid. h.wiitidd1r'ti
Howard followed by U thathscsndoao
Lake
displayon on -the-Tiame-of-Kel- -- ." thatis
have-the-f \ publicity orthe-up 'e. .
!
." street-dance and carni -: uMparatns he already hi, .wit:
big masque Jress and the other speakers in- ton: .. as'having had something to do making Southern Florida-It's the all \I.
.a\ Everything on the programis KUfiimme 9. tie- fencing proposal in Duva'l of its opportunities u.i affair shall be complete in ,
"-"" eluded former Governor N. E. Harris. .North ; : truthful statement meantime there : be
'( / ;.t! be free..Paintings. Chancellor David Barrow. Dr. K. G.I principal; Theodosia A telegram from Mr. Sum- poured forth from day today., tails; in the entertained if tbey.wlfl mar Uk .

); by well-known Russian Slath-eson. president of Drexell Instl-I Mitchell. Pearl Johnson. (ata, .late moment. asks .that and'week' to .week;,'going forth into hundreds toake arrangements':...',-
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the trouble to. .
1. "artists In'some cases are selling' In cute Philadelphia and formerly. pres- Ashton: Fairlister name of "Coa'chman"\ be... Inserted every corner.of.the world that; Is makings wltlr-MrrStoryfor elesiTedeIng. : *','- ..,. -- --
presIdentofTeeh.n4N.Pi'rattactlng .Deer- - .#*-Kelleyt' ; >artha-message possible and which -
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'y KISSIMMEE VALLEY: (jAZtIllI sTO: OBEY THE LAW OR NOT TO OBEY

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PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDAY THERE are counties law on the statute books, of : ..

ti BT THE- KI8SIMMEH! VALLEY: aAZKTTEKlBSl&IMliE C'AfP.un! VJorMa: of which the common, people-and ,the "common If'oIIA It bj

-FLORIDA._. people" are vastly In the majority do not approve. The ,

W B. HARRIS. President claim is mad .that the enforcement of them will be I j

'.K. a. VANS AQNBW, Secretary great disadvantage to the';'state, would render life less y .,

W. L. THORNDVICe. Editor worth the living, would have a.strong tendency to drive -4FIFTY
t .
'teople'.from then state and would out
sUnsCRIPTION: RATE : 1 carry ruling to .

One Copy, One Ye.r. __ __ :: .,__ ___.._._ .tL04 maker Sunday a hated day and the church an'organization '
On Copy, tits Month...._.,........'__..._..____._._ 1.011 .
t t On C Three Monlhs-... __________..__________ice .&0 ; less strongly upheld; yet the Law, if it i i. to be upheld ;
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: in any one part should be upheld in every jot and "
( Entered at the Fontofflo at- Kl..l nmc.. Florida. ,
/ M ..."ond-d..... matter.) tittle-else thejxi will be a lapse into anarchy, bolshev.
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ism, and other "isms" which will overthrow any systemof ,
All communication.. except from uthurl.od correspond-
ont muit be .."....d by the writer. L.n government ( "
; >J''ctd rnnttvrwill \\i. turned I U bailed for. Because the Law Is as it is it i Is probable that ninety J .
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porcent of the resident of Florida are breakers of the YEARS AGO

w I THEAMERICAN Forafrn Ad...rtl PRES.ln. R:.ASSOCIATION>or.Mnt.tlve ]I| Law-and that breaking is winked at by all classes and A young man who practiced medicine r. Time to lie-dr.? <

all peoples. The people/ Jtnpwand: know,full wellthatif in Pennsylvania became famous and (Bus Fi.k)
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wn called in consultation in a.Na.ru.ara.oe --
FIJrld.Law I U to be upJield citizen would havebutfewoptionsregardingSundayFollowingthurch many I rt :
.. ---FRJDAJ.JtJNE 16, 1922 every towns and cities because! of his unc- +

- .--_-- -cpsr-Jrrthe-treBtment' mease.-This" t' -- --- -
he might walk about or remain at home to read, rest vas Dr. Pierce, who finally' made up I
and ruminate liid mind to place some of liia medicines ,
e ; to do aught else would break the Law. C

Nor could reading be carried on after the evening shad- Buffalo before, N.Y.the public,what and moving he called< BIBLE[[ IHOU6Hr fOR THIS WEEK
ows fell, because of the labor necessary to keep the :Jiis "Favorite Prescription,"and placed

homefires burning under the boilers by which electricity it with the druggists: in every state.

!is obtained. Sumnvng' the matters down to a pat proposition Dr.Pierce'.Favorite Prescription ha t L
long been recognized as a tonic for
SAFEGUARDED: shall! give his angels chargeover we are. a date of Jaw-breakera--ani "health is .licenses peculiar to womankind. After ..' iREDTOP

thee, to keep thee in all thy ways.-Psalm 91: 11. not in us." guttering( pain, feeling nervous, dizzy,
It would be worth a million dollars to Florida, pos weak and dragged ,,' by weafcViccses -

sibly several millions, .if law on the statute books of her sex-a woman is quickly '
every 30 3%
? FINANCE THE CHAMBER COMMERCE restored to health by its nso. Thouni x
should be emphatically and unbiasedly enforced from ; Js of women test!fy that Dr..Pierce'* #
this date till tIe legislature should assemble and Favorite Persorlption lias
entirely
7 PRIMARILY, the function of a Chamber of Commerce mote some -Jecert laws-something that the people wish pro crndicated their distressing.. ailments. Extra Ply of Fabric-Heavy Tread
a in to Stimulate growth of the city impro hll More recently that. wonderful disro'ery
and the jiK-d. The who attends I
people person church in I
conditions, bring about a spirit of co-operation boaut'fy of Dr. Pierce's: called An-urip
the morning and "goes riding" in the afternoon breaks (for and Price $17.85OR.
kidneys backache .
j i ), has been
and better the environments, stimulate payrolls! !:, and) I
the law-fc.r the action necessitates work. Buying n successfully used by many thousandswho

gain publicity in every legitimate way. If the institu | tick of !rum is n Hw-breaking act-for it causes some- write Dr. Pierce of the benefits1iTP.iviil poor roads for heavy loads, for hard use
tion rlii thin thpii- notijil improvement .
fnn ilLb a. P""j'Y'w"h Hint their backache, rliou."mnilsm"and"otJier'syniplonis
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oneioWWK.. i-uisu-iouuan-or \l'e-maJ either incoming the Fisk -f7lpzatimytlgotaledanywhere : :
re.--'Th-'re; wir"T! a T ei for ieeling'exisUnq In ev'-y.;' .. of urio -
or outgoing-is against the law. The acid deposits in for small An of fabric and heavy
1 quarter-between all faction and all elements. person I joints or muscles havo cars. extra ply a
who buys a piecn of ice on Sunday is a law-bre3ker- bees, completely conquered by its use. tread of extra tough red rubber make a strong tire
To accomplish lee for which an organize:
purposes Send lOo to Dr.Pierce, Buffalo N,Y.
,
for he reused others to work, besides his own labor is ,
I tion of this sort is formulated and. maintained requires for trial pkg. of any of his remedies,or built to meet exacting conditions.
used in : the
after needed
gong article. Pages could be
a liberal amount of cash. Better organization than i write for free medical 1 advice.
a no filled with axsauHs! against the Law. Time after time one Red-Top has outworn three

one with a penurious purse; and no institution of this The sheriff of Hillsborough county made a threat ordinary tires. Its distinctive- looks indicate your

sort would be better than one maintained by con'tu.n. selection of high-grade tire while its extra mileagemore
that he, last Sunday, "would close everything in Tampaand a
r begging or by delirious drives. To place a certain
upon
than choice.
the remainder of the county. Admitting that he justifies your
coterie of loyal citizens the entire brunt of the upkeepof .
f was doing this in a fit of pique it was an unlawful action There' a Fisk Tire of extra value in every sloe, .
n body whose only aim is the betterment of the entire
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for a judge to refuse to cooperate in the effort to for car, truck or speed wagon
and is unjust ft is unnecessaryandsoon
city county as as
have the Law carried out; and the governor should very
produces an apathy even the liberal.
among 4
promptly sucpeivi that. official -or any other officialof
i The subscription list of donors for the maintainance -- 4
other in the -- -- - --
any county state who refused to lend his
of n Chamber of ,Commerce is a drawback to the work
aid in seeing that the tenets of every law were fulfilled.If .
that should be brought about by the institution. It meansthat
Carey IIarde is so strong against the playing of FISK TIRES AND TUBESFOR
n secretary whose time should be devoted wholly
baseball on Sunday why should he not be precisely a3 I
to :'coking matter! of importance, to writing specials
up
SALE BY
fet the
firmly against selling of gasoline and oil, the
to in the !< to carrying correspondence
get puv c on
p press disposal of cold, drinks at drugstores, the running: of
calculated to bring to the city those seeking new 1 locations L. E. ALFORD
ferries, the lads at the shoe-polish stands, the occupancy
to getting !in touch with those planning to visit
of the bathing beaches? What is the difference between ___ ___ BROADWAY _
Florida-as the be from -- - -
names gathered journals -
f may hitchin' op the old mare to do a little plowing in I
of1 the north,; it means that this work must be slighter
the garden or hitchin' her to a carriage to visit some I -
a for a onsidcrnMe portion of the time in order that the
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FOR YOUR STOVEWOODPlace
secluded pct to enjoy a picnic dinner? Is there any
secretary must play the mendicant and keep passing the
difference between loading an auto with family and
a up V
hat until his salary shall) be safe...forthe month-and youi Orders for veneer blocks 666 Ea., .
friends and hiking about the country or loading an auto
only Providence knows from where the salary for tai: and split blocks at once for the sum
truck with a few logs which one desires to get home to: mer months. Blocks delivered nt

Z following month may come. prepare them for the fireplace? Or loading the truck $2.95 for 120 blocks; split for stove Cure Malaria, Chill and Fever,
b There are two ways by which this trouble may be wood guaranteed full strand, $:)i.l'">. :
with household goods to remove them to a new location in Dengue or Bilious Fever. It I kill the
4 obviated. One in. to have the Chamber of Commerce All deliverer! Phone 91; Ji16 Brack I,
order to save time on the next day of the week? ,erms.
financed by the business men alone who .will voluntarily street. J. Bonnin.. 15-tf
Let every Law on the statute books ba rigidly en I
contribute one percent of each day's receipts to the work { -
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.j forced. Let ever)' Sunday after Sunday be-in, every<
-turning the money for the previous day over each city, town, and hair.let. so still, silent and tomb-like that i THEY DIE 4"><"W" '4"S"W> 4"0"> "W"0 >*CRose's .J.Ji
morning; or making tax levy upon the entire .city- 4-
the dropping;; of a cent on a sidewalk would seem like the -
thereby forcing citizen to his share-and seeing -
every pay
thunder of an approaching storm. We wish the laws
'to it that the money is devoted entirely to salaries, enforced. Taxi Service
against stealing and robbery of all sorts If ,
legitimate printing and circulating good
expenses, prop- ,
some lazy, shiftless husband abuses his wife and will
t Mosquitoes and all other insects just
aganda. ,
not add to in of her .
her'pleasures
place promulgating :
'.And, of the' two''the latter Js by far the fairest and pas away for keeps when
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unhappiness we Declare the law must be enforced and he
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the best tha easier accomplished. Anywhere-Anytime
and shall '.
be arrested. If a man tommlh.any act of indecency WATSON'SSkeeterKiller
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; ; or sets fire-to a building, or mutilates publicor

'.: 1,LAST., ,. .<,,,'WEDNESDAY, 'WAS .rFLAG.:' DAY". : ..I, ,..--, private property we insist that the Law-:-THE CAW; Day or Night I. .,,; ," ,:' .! p'';:

-be put to work. I .
EVERY flag in every county of this state should have '
-r waved in the breeze of Wednesday-that being "Flag LET EVERY LAW ON THE STATUTE: BOOKSOF i With or Without rider Phone 231 Park Hotel

Day" throughout the entire United States. It is note in FLORIDA BE STRENUOUSLY ENFORCEDSOLONG

actuality a legal holiday for the nation-because of the AS THEY REMAIN THERE. THAT WILL BE Is used. Made in Kissimmee by Wat G.ooo ooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooo"oooooo..ooooo.Best .

fact that some year ago when the labor unions were THE QUICKEST WAY IN WHICH TO MAKE THE son-Hall Manufacturing Company,

demanding that "Labor be declared national legal and by the manufacturersand
Day" a guaranteed
? STATE A BETTER AND HAPPIER ONE IN WHICHTO
holiday congress blunderingly declared away all the following: dealers who sell it: Fertilizer Insecticides Sprayer Poultry Supplies
LIVE AND ENJOY THE COUNTLESS PLEAS- Bowen Grocery Company, People's 5c Honest Good Fair
Prices
national holidays that demanded "Labor
except one _
Prompt Shlpneat
and lOc Store, S. T. Fansler, E. E.
Day."" By., congressional enactment therefore there is URES OF LIVING. Brown, W. W. Ivey, Central Drug Ash Your Neighbor: n e ..Know

but on. national holiday; although there are many days Store, Rexall Drugstore, Koberson's E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.,' Jacksonville, Florid.

"kept" a* such by governmental and state and mercantile DELAYS MAY PROVE VERY DANGEROUS Drugstore, Taylor System. Name of Get NEW March 1922 Price Lists before bur .,. Now faraubJ.fr ,... ..
other live, merchants will be added
l Institutions,- they are recognized only by separate
from week week.Willson "SIMON PURE and "GEM BRANDS"INSURANCE
to
.
"UNLESS action be taken to rid of in
ay states-.end not nationally. Even Thanksgiving Day rumors graft .

ha to be first declared by the president and then ap- regard to the taking over of the Muscle Shoals proposition .

proved by all state governors before it is observed; by Henry Ford," it is asserted President Harding 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000..00000.

f. while ;Fourth of July, Christmas, and several others are Is opposed to any transfer being "hurriedly" made.

I merely taken for. granted when so desired. By mutual That is late news from Washington.

:consent Mother's Day and Fathers .Day and Flag Day How did the president get that way? Is it not :

;1,\.bare become recognized as holidays-and the complete plain that nothing but graft has constantly postponed

,v oJebaerration of Flag Day should, always be held. such a transfer There has been graft after graft interposed THAT PROTECTSSERVICE j

.The flag of this country.stands for all that is goodin against the disposal of the entire proposition ,

the cause of humanity; for equality of justice and fair to Henry Ford; delays after delays have been caused I Iy 1--

t dealing; for courage to support the home and every public by> those who are regretful that this great industry may -

instatutlon; for respect for every law on the statute pass to one who will do the square thing and thus pre *x THAT SATISFIES

book., The flag stands for better men, better women vent the "graft" which attracts the pap-sucker as the I {

better conditions and one immense nation bound to- cent of carrion draw the irrepressible buzzard.To .

w gather" by bonds which tend to make life the better. queer that. effort of graft President Harding can | UPPERS' INSURANCE AGENCY -

r worth. living.} take no easier method than to urge upon congress that ,, .

the proffer cf Henry Ford be immediately accepted.The .0000 0 to 0.0 to 0 Of 0 00 0 0 0 00 00 0 00 040 ij '' .

c' WHO COULD HAVE BEATEN TRAMMELLT matter is a huge one, that is well understood .

Dig that only a Henry Ford would have dared tackleit ....... .. .. ... ... DO.. i i. . ;. ... DO' ... ... ..
but it is not that careful committee
THERE were many discussions several month? ago ; so great a can- '

.In( lorlda a* towho; could beat Park Trammell! in theenatorlal not see that all agreements made by Ford are so worded .,J.

? contest-and especially was there a division that no graft can follow. As a general thing the public .o

r 1 ef,sentiment when, Bryan was delivering five-hundred- has faith in the Father of the Lizzie, and the fact thatno

dollar lectures' over the entire state free of charge in offers were ever made by any combination for the I i.

f order] to create popular uprising in favor of the former property until after Ford had figured it out for the prob-

member of the cabinet. Many declared that Bryan could able grafters should go far in giving full confidenceto Fine

' "win.hands down," were he to enter the race,"and while the proposition under consideration.There & Aultman e s silk ,1 f
has been much todoo made.over the "backto
this cannot be proven as a fallacy there is every indica cry I .
tea "" tion that Bryan would have taken but a few more votes normalcy." If the present administration desire Every Ounce of +,.
such a condition brought about in the least time no more Real EstateAND
than the number secured by Albert W. Gi1<:hr llt. This I

seemed to han been a Trammell! year-Just as it was a far-reaching plan can be instituted than to immediately -b J

,: Seri year. The former did more tu scour publicity accept the Ford offer. There would at once be a won- "
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N derful elevation of all lines of business-with no financial a
for he realirej, tr.rt he na 1 opposing him a man who had
formerly held the highest position in the state; but flurry; there would be an army of men--capable men INSURANCE "

traveled' his circuit asked In their various lines-put to work; strenuous conditions ', c
Searmerely once over no r
publicity through the press-in fact rather discouraged now existing would be Wiped out at a faster pace 11 Darlington Avenue "

,1 It,and felt in his bone tat he was ticketed through toWashington'to than. by any other mean; there would be a stabilizingof KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA i)'
wages which i I. now most desired quickly followingthe
look a* closely after his constituent a* :
a republican congress will allow a democrat to do. taking over of this immense proposition which I faso ,

large that few can comprehend it and man ii sifted
i L ; every through ailk. Nothing but. the _
EACH'on. of ua U bound to make the little circle in would receive precisely:what he.earned-and none would finest quality goes'into very .
Orange Spot Inn a Honey Boy Back, Lead- .
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Which_he lire bitter and happier. Bound to see that out receive more. ing retail grocers sell it. i ,I

.-. of.'that.mall; circle'the: widest 'good may flow. Each 'If.President Harding imagine for-on. moment that A-MODERN HOTEL -.o00-----);f ,

'may have fixed In' da' mind th. thought that out of a postponing what the entire_country, wishes and urge All Room With Bath --

z ; < 81 rle.houehoJd.JD. ,. flow*influence that ahall stimulate will wipe"out rumor.and graft he ha been either mis. .NEAR OCEAN SUMMER BATES Bush Milli.f c.J R. C. Woodbery Co-pa.r, i'Sey iIi. i f:" .:.

..... the whole commonwealth and, the. whole ,civilized quoted misinformed or'mUled.; Ia either instance it i fa MELBOURNE, FLORIDA, i. .,mrI.d... DUtrib-ton, Orland.r \ \ :v' t.. ".
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THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY' GAZETTE FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1t22 THREE .

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Bad debts collected or no pa,. Results capable 'of filling any position he '' did everything that the federal' law] .

: guaranteed. J. M Willson. district might' assume, I required, but consult the. state veterircarian. -

LOCAL manager 15-tfe \ When we went to consult
Kansas Jayhawkers him he gave us nQ encouragement to CASINO THEATREWeek
''PE. A. A. McNeill, from) near ArcadIa' Tell Home Folks of go on with"our? plans because he
was visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs
thought it would conflict with federal
' < J.. B. McNiell}, 818 Brack" street. on Florida's Excellence regulations. 'This all transpired on Commencing Monday June 19

. Tuesday. March 14. On March 17 came the ruling I ,

t Furnished' rooms for rent. j B. Be well and Be full of .Mr* and Mrs.) George W. Carey of the state sanitary board, Why
Harris; Gazette officer 1-tf strong. were for thirty-seven years residentsof waa this ruling deferred until we, (invited -
life and Tanlac will do this
energy. the Sunflower state: -and everyoneIn by the citizens of the sister MONDAY .
Mr. and Mrs.' James WT Goodman, for you. :Central Drug" Store. Montgomery county knew of them county) had our plans ripened for .

p now,?of Orlando, ''were/ isiting relatives 'Mr and Mr. W.'J. Griffin; of New and dealt with them They were good work? It look'to ''us as if it .was :
and friends /Kissimmee on Smyrna were guests of Mr. and Mrs. citizens-and would be almost unbe- fired .directly at .us; anyway it had BARGAIN DAY
Sunday.If .. McNeill lievable'if the vast amount of business the desired effect so far as we cattlemen
J. B. !, 318 Brack street, on be "HIS BACK AGAINST THE WALL"with
they transacted) there were to were concerned, who were
your ear is I*/ need of repairs Wednesday. placed on paper. As the yean passed honest in spending our time and 0111'money RAYMOND 'HATTON

y4 phone DuPont at/ 77" for..quick ser- Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Bishop and they concluded that it might be for selfprotection.incidentally '
-Vice. 26tf ,;Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wood were the well to tee what Florida had to offer we note that there is A thrilling comedy-drama in which the angel of'

Norton HiggAia, of Sanford was guests of Mr. and Mrs. John*.A. Erik. in the way of a home for those who going up a plant over our dead: ashes. Love conquered the Devil of Fear in a Man's Soul.
winds
, . ofvthe faintly of Mr.. and Mrs. son on Thursday. had long stood against The hot Poes the owner stand with the powers
rest Me sill. JU8 Brack street, on and the cold storms of that state- that be? Or do fools rush in .. ALSO"LEATHER'PUSHERS"
Sunday. The Graves House now' has a few that state made memorable by Mary where angels fear to tread? ,
? ' vacant rooms. Now is your chance Helen Lease Sockless Jerry Simpson.Carrie"Nation So far I have tried to show that
Shaves, l&c; haircut, 85c-; children;1fe>getln on-montliIy"r tes for" ;-roam ; and other''world-re-' lbrough\hose-aame-powert --, -_ '- ,- -- -, ,

26c; at Casino Barber Shop. 18-t! and board. 25tf nowned celebrities.In prohibited from shipping south yet Round N o.2-and:

February Mr. and Mrs. Carey those same counties bed been tick-free "GOGET'EMHUTCH"Episodes .
William rJenes of Georgia, a near Born: To Mr. and Mrs Sam Pra- arrived in Kissimmee. and from this three or four and thousands of

relative of Sam Jones, an evangelist ther, on Wednesday. June 14, a dau city diverged to all, sections of the cattle had:: been years transported to Cuba ,Nos. 3 and 4, .
has been a guest of Mr, and Mrs. J. ther. on Wednesday, June 14, a state Nowhere did they find that over the same railroad that we expect.

B. McNeill. of 318.Brack street. daughter.Mrs. which pleased them better than the ed to use.

. .. For rent: Nicely furnished cool L. E. Livermore, of 301 Main county seat of Osceola; and upon Now cornea our north outlet. Duval
WEDNESDAY
has been their return they purchased a nice passed a vote lime .
airy flats at summer rates. Locatedover street, making numerous county some _ago
The Gazette office. W. B. Har improvements to her handsome property residence in the Cape Breeze section of that she would fence and start systematic .
ris. tf and arrangements are being the city-where they now are "at dipping and get on the free WALLACE REID in
home." In letter which Mr. Carey ,
made to remove the ancient garageat a counties list. The commissioners discovered
Ir Mjsses: Albina and Clyde Smith. an early date. wrote to,his old home paper he -tells that they had not sufficient "ACROSS THE CONTINENT"The

Mae J. B. McNeill. and Mrs. W. L. all about his visiting: the several pot. funds to buildtlhe, ) fence. Steps !in W. most thrilling' and funniest of all Reid
Thorndyke were guests of Mrs. Lenora Mr. and Mrs. James A. Eriksonand tans of Florida, and of his finally) J. Kelly, president of the ConsolidatedLand Racing

Cowger at Saint Cloud on Monday.We daughter! Miss Vivian Erikson settling'down in Kissimmee and.then; Company, and offers (so I am Romances, with Wally at his best, and a great sup
of DeLand Mr. and Mrs. Hollis M. adds: informed) to advance the money to cast
porting
have a six-room, aa eight-room Frier, of Columbia, South Carolina "I expect to take up some line of the county commissioners, at least including' Theodore Roberts and May

and two smaller houses for rent. Also and Miss Hildah Willard. of Miami. business here merely to keep my mind I half of it. with which to build the MacLaren. Also '
good farm land. Nelson Realty Company were over.Sundav guests of Mr. and' occupied-and here are a fewreasons fence. His cattle interest is in Os-

--- .,_ y.--" Y Mrs. John A. Erikson --_-_--- why-we concluded! tr"> Wat* l In Flnrida.and ceola county; -why ...houfen __ _- ----_ 1TQRCHY'S GHOSTS ,__
I
Kissimmee: Duval. 200 miles north!
Miss Lola Lawler and little niece. During the absence of Miss HelenK. "Florida has more surface water, in Now Mr. Editor with starvation on ,
Katherine Norvell returned to thecity and Miss Emma L. Wen- ,
Sawyer rivers and lakes than any state in the the south, diminution on the north, SATURDAY
Monday from Kissimmee, where ner, of the Wenner-Sawyer Company Union, except Minnesota. This gives! the Atlantic on the east and no outleton
they very pleasantly spent! a few'days' the store is in charge.of Mrs. Marion fresh water supply which cools
us a the west, what are we to doT We
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade Dupont. Misses Wenner and Sawyerare the breezes in summer and tempers are raising the best cattle on the east DUSTIN ;
FARNUM
Tucker.-Lakeland Star. touring by car to points as far the winds-in winter. coast that Florida boasts of, and we in .

The claM of people who indorse sire north dictates.as New York-stopping as de. "We have more growing days than want the citizens of the market tc "STRANGE IDOLS"A ,
any other state in the Union. Cropsare know it. If don't ourselves
we help ,
Tarvlac is n convincing: guarantee of
the medicine's merit. Give it a trial. The offices or Dr. W. L. Winn are grown heie every month in the the newspapers will see that we are stirringstory ofa lumberman's love and its seq\}el. ,

Central Drug Store. new located only In Saint Cloud. year. than damned, and sent into oblivion with ALSO"STOLEN I I
- Phone 122. Office in Odd Fellows\ "We produce more turpentir.e flags flying and bugles playing our
O. R. Hleech. cashier cf the Bank of block. 12-tf. any other state. dirge. GLORY"I I
Saint Cloud, was excused from service -- "We produce! more Fuller's earth 'With thanks for your patience I ,
6. upon the county court jury Monday The sales of land for delinquent than all\ the states in the Union. am. youis ''tfi"

morning because the duties of taxes, which was held last Saturday at "Florida has tb-s! largest pecan truly.SAM SUMMERLIN. --- .-- -- . _.. -.--- ._ ,- ., ,! 'r},I
his office necessitated his continued the court house, resulted about as grove in the world. By the way. don't forget to tell\ the i "
presence at the bank. usual-and a considerable! number of "Florida leads all other state in the people that we hold a meeting at ,

sales were made. The number of certificates average crop values per acre per] Fort Pierce on Saturday. June 24, at Tor
Customers come to us every day issued bv C. L. Bandy, countytax year. noon, and interested\ are invited to i our Summt-
and say Tanlac has been a blessing to collector, touched the llf>3! mark "Florida has the largest frame ho- I be at the pow-wow. S, S. I H. Clay Stanford
them. We advise you to try it. Cen- whereas the number issued a year tel building in the world. Without the slightest desire to enter i .t
tral Drug Store. ago was 1048. "Factories; in one of the cit'e in into any controversy it might be I Vacation.urn
Florida send out to the smokers of editorial I r"
well : the which
___ ___ LeQ..IL W51sorvcountyagent, left Fine farm with mont.h"Florida to< reprint '
strawberry good the world 2",000000 ciu-ars per raised the ire of Mr. Summerlin. The 1
yesterday for Arcadia, where he will improvements and flowing well for has the only sponge< fish- article follows {

take part in a field demonstration for I sale; also some fine small tracts on ery in the United States. Cattlemen: are in earnest along Life Fire.

citrus growers. The demonstration easy! payment! plan. Nelson Realty 'Flcl ida has the only camphor the east coast for the enforced ell Ulhen.G1eI !; ,
" ,will be of the same nature as the one Company. x plantation in the United St'ites. ridding that territory from the .
lr* in Osceola county on Tuesday.The and '.
"One requites less clothing: ani leis Dneze1BJou '
and cattle tick and
sad sorry are
Herbert Lyman of Winter Haven, fuel in Florida than in other state
broken and cracked glass which J any forming an association into which ,
was in Kissimmee on Monday, whena w
has been in the windows and in America. catt'ement\ will be drawn for AccidentInsurance
showing deal made for the services of
was
"Florida still his bear, deer, wild ( ,
doors of the Merchants and Farmers the purpose of driving from at ( REDUCED
the local band for the entire day of t
ducks squirt .
turkey quail,
geese )
bank caused by sudden breezes harbeen the Fourth of July at the big cele- and '. and than six least a portion of the state that
replaced by perfect glass-and bration at Winter Haven Mr. Ly- hundred othej'aml.varieties! ; of fish more are to be backset to b'usinessj.\! Including: railroad and hotel
once more the appearance has been mpn says that the relebrat.on' to be Palm Beach county in its entIre-
found in her fresh and salt waters. It
improved. pulled off in that place wJl; be "the ty the territory embraced in this
for the hunter and the
is a paradise action wll extend as far north as \JATE5; /
greatest: ever.
fisherman. New Smyrna!, and will be bounded / '
We a-e still booking orders for as "Florida is 1111 large in(! square mile on the west in Saint Lucie .................. 1 I' REAL ESTATE AMD
be foundin PH Maine (33.040)). Massachusetts the branch of
!good milk and cream as can county by railway
Florida--delivered at your door (.315)). Connecticut ((4,845), Rhode the Flagler System, known as Best Bathing Beaches 'RENALS't,
Island ((1.250)). and Vermont ((9.B65)),
night or morning at a price lower the Okeechobee road. Sam Sum- Florida
than ever before. Satisfaction, guaranteed having 58.680 square miles. Those merlin, who has become far wiser
Sanitary Dairy Lee states have! more than 14,000,000 population within the past two years is at CHAMBEIHCOMMERCE7Urtiti'f
proprietor. ,Call phor.e 127 two sort while Florida has less than the head of the procession and'itis Office Over
fr o one long., 20tfThe one million; therefore'there is roomin asserted that every stockman liftratun; on,,/ pic4iMSubaer1e ? .
\\ID Florida more millions within the prescribed district isto .
Three Py.Ute Friends that kill "Come to Florida"Father's ) co-operate In the movement to Bank, of Osceola c Cowrty
.
"
them all; Pv.Ute roach and Water hug proper.legislation through the ...' j ,
get for the Valley Gazette "
) Day Service
killer Py-Ute fly and mosquito killer, next session of the legislature.

Folks Used to Py-Ute ant killer. Sold on money- Proved Huge Success Doubtless there will be.aid in the -
back guarantee. Call at the Taylor movement given from all sectionsof
System of Stores, Kissimmee and geta Through Woman's Club Florida where there may be ""
supply. Manufactured by J. .J.Cctes .
Because of the efforts of Mrs. J. any considerable quantity of
Manufacturing Company, successors -
"Chip In"la to Ellis Cates Manufacturing M. Duncan Mrs. I.. H. Ingram and stock raised.
Company Sanford Forida.! 27tf Mrs. J. 7.. Roberson all\ of the Woman's Some months ago at a meeting of''
the association of which Mr. Summerlin -
there union serviceon
Club, was a
for Rent: two-story six-room Sunday evening at the Methodist is secretary held in Kissimmee,
the day before dependable house, unfurnished, on Dixie High church in commemoration of "Father.'s he told the gathering of the result of

way-406 Main street. Apply at of- Day" and the edifice was comfortably his trip for investigation as far to
fire insurance neighbors used to fice of The Gazette, or at 301 Main filled when the program opened: at the south as Havana and of the futility -
street. 2ltf o'clock. The church hand- of an effort of establishing an ,
eight, was
"chip in" to help a victim of fire "mely adorned with flags and flow- outlet for the stock held in this state.
Charles Johnson, who, with Mrs. attractive contribu- lIe carried the idea that until the
ers-the most .
jet started again. Johnson occupies Logan Villa Mrs! tion being a cluster of calln lillies stockmen had complied with all the Time fore 4

i Johnson managing the place, was ar- sent to commemorate the late John requirements made by the government show-down f ti -'
rested the charge of his wife acceded to in all other states x
has learned upon his ,
Today this entire nation Lee by members of family. i
en Sunday for unbecoming actions and The musical numbers were rendered there would result only hardships and
that the Hartford Fire Insurance language. The case was not broughtup choir of the four financial loss. In his article above
by a composite You've probably seen this
is less in court, but the sheriff and other churches and printed he denies that he is an advo-
Company Policy a expensiveand participating one young Purina
Double-Development
officials exacted from him a promisethat from each denomination. Miss cate of tick eradication. That i ia the }
a far more practicable: wad of all unseemly actions would be woman Leah Herzberg. Miss Edith Miller, only contradiction made to tha edi- Guarantee time after time. .

paying fire losses; abolished in the future, and he was Miss Lois Overstreet and Miss Irene torial in The Gazette.Mr. Surely by this time you must p j4 ,

turned loose Reed, pinned upon all comers charm- Summerlin speaks of an extra feel that the Purina Mill
That it Service that session of the legislature at a costpf could make this i
I a Allison T. French, who has been ab- ing boutonieres. A special solo wasjejndeiedJjy never wide-open, "
from $60,000 to $100,000 which is I InOW"
M>'SJ, Stanley pullosk.a'Pd money-back guarantee unleee
> for several
'-- .-- entand not voting '
; counts. Call 1\-th'e-1)rtnlC"bf-belng called by Purina Chows do exactly theguarsatea
or there was also singing by the au u
months during which time he has
dience. the governor. It might. be said that states. .,

phone.Carson teen doing government work in the The pastors making addresses were three or more attempts have been 4
middle-west-has returned to Kissimmee.
Rev. Allen J. Miller of the Christian made to have a special session of the PurinaDoableDevelopment
and has been busy greeting his
the i
legislature called during present
church Rev. J. A. Sutton. of the Bap-
old friends.) Mr. French was an important ;
regime--one of which it was assertedin
tist Rev. W. of the Pres-
H.Dresch.
factor in the Co-operative :As. ;
L FarmerAGENT sociation at the time of his leavingon byterian; Rev. R. F. Hodnett, of the the press had cattle been raisers strongly who urgedby stood GuaranteePurina
prominent
Methodist. The address of each was
vacation but has made dec-
his no
ready to a portion of the cost of
laration of his future plans. He isl from a different interesting.At viewpoint. -and each such a gathering pay but every applica- Chicken Chowder sod "t' '
was very Purina Baby Chick Chow, fed as
tion has been solidly turned down by
the dote there was an offering directed,guaranteed to make
} called for and the ten dollars collected Governor Handed. At the present your chick grow twice as fast
there be little credence
to the Woman'sClub. writing should
was presented during the first six weeks ai
given to reports that a special session when fed grain fedi, such
ai
was to be called-especialy to act in meal .
stale bread, cncked
Low Excursion Rates
APPRECIATED HIS FINE VOTEI a matter which the cattlemen can settle wheat or other cemls.If PURINA PURINA f
among themselves in an easy man fail to this '
we
wish to show that I am gratefulfor ner. If the cattlement desire to take statement we prop refund BABY CHICKE
,
the handsome vote given 'me in steps to eradicate the tick there is no .

r .. Tickets will be sold daily until September 30, limited returninguntil the primary for the position I sought, I needfor legislation to force them to your money.Order OHCKCKOW CHOW

., October 31, good to stop-over at all stations on either the going. and through The Gazette I am thanking do ao. (Decarses)
those who supported
so strongly Mr. Summerlin makes weak
' a argument
or return trip, .r both, at the following_ fares: me. My additional thans) will bE regarding the state veterinarianand was ..rest '

To Baltimore To New York given by a careful carrying out of the sanitary board, when he says thatin Now es1Q
. . .$60.24 . .$69.88 duties of the office and by continually preparing to establish an abattoir

f To Philadelphia. .$65.70 To Boston, all rail $86.40 looking after1 interests of the voters he consulted all needed authorities"except" r i
in every legal way and I believe those bodies and deploresthe
,
: To Boston boat from New York $82.44
;. my work will meet the approval ol fact that when everything. was

t.f "" The Atlantic Coast Line .operates every voter in Osceola county. ready those individuals stepped in and

.: 3 THROUGH TRAINS TO THE EAST 3 WALTER C. BASS. 'held up the project. his Without confreres doubt n
Mr. Summerlin and
; with an excellently arranged system of sleeping and dining cars Passenger in relieving'cart housing play an congestionIn importantpart knew they should have done business FLORIDA FEED STORES

details regarding which, together with a splendid assortment of illustrated the large cities. with those parties, and to complain

r? descriptive matter covering Eastern resorts, may be obtained that the denial was a "shot fired directly 4

Jby ,calUnjpjon _ [ : SAYS HIS SAY THEN at ntT is like getting all the
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and
-- - material the ground -
1rfl11' building on 306Broadwayv .
GRAHAM?
a ;:Ticket .
block
the contract awarded for a new ,
Phone 37" Kissimmee, Florida (Continued from.Pace On*) and then going to the city authoritiesfor

[3 I : counties either for slaughtering: or the .permit- and scolding that TELEPHONE US;1 YOUR NEEpSCall ,
trade. This ruling in the archi
foreign jxuised body because illegalities '

.. ATLANTIC ,COAST LINE: vard after and the Browards citizens of countler Seminole fonnnUt-Bre- the tect'permit.plans forbid the issuance of .'Up-No.218 .. ,. .; .,


, (THE STANDARD. RAILROAD OF THE .SOUTIiii ed plans for an abattoir and went so iBut''Mr. Summerlin' article makes .. r
: ., 87-t 'I I'far aa to buy options on the ground good reading-no 'matter if he does (.TWO.ONE-EIGHTl'.. . - ,, . -. . .

1T' - II ,|I jth ..t they. :wished. ,for a site,, in fact: .wander!.}away' from,the point .at igLJ ; r' i" ',. ',. are
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THESE ARE PURSESAVING PRICES .


Made by Schloss Brothers & Cotnpany ,'.,

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We are Making Special Prices on all.Boys' Wear. -

Boys' Khaki Pants, all sizes, good grade , . 75c and 95c
SCHLOSS BROTHERS COMPANY HAVE BEEN MASTER TAILORS FOR MORE THAN FORTY
Boys' Beach Cloth Pants, all sizes 3.'
Boys' Heavy Weight Overalls, sizes 8 to 16, at. .85c YEARS AND THEIR GOODS ARE KNOWN THE WORLD OVER.

Youths' Overalls, sizes 28 to 32 ..$1.25 I WE HAVE A SPLENDID LINE OF THESE GOODS IN PALM BEACH; TROPICAL.WORSTEDS. AND

Unionalls for Boys, in Khaki. heavy weight -. $1.35 _. .__ 1NVERY,_ ATRACTIVE LIGHT-WEIGHT BLUE !RGE.$.. ___
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Boys* -Sandals . : :.- . % --r. -- :1.35 .

Boys' Blue Shirts . The Prices .Are Very Satisfactory

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RULES GOVERNING THIS CONTEST

of Greatness Spring Is Here!
The Measure This contest will appear every Friday for 12 consecutive weeks.
In one of the advertisements on this or the opposite page a word
ban been intentionally misspelled. To find it read every ad. very
,..t'.V.i carefully.A AND SO IS
.:;._ ; five word slogan must be sent in when-vending in return ans
wer. A slogan can be sent in for any of the advertisers represented Grantham Furniture CompanyHOUSEHOLD
in the contest.

I The Merchant & Farmers Bank But one answer blank will be allowed to be filled from any one AND KITCHEN FURNISHINGS
family each: week.
of Kissimmeea Webster's Dictionary must be used for the correct spelling of STOVES, RANGES, AND TALKING MACHINES t
i the words. All slogans not to exceed five words and must be new
,. and original. The blank below must be used when sending in the
answer, sealed in an envelope- EVERYTHING TO FURNISH tiTHE
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extend and broaden its usefulness .
has one fundamental purpose-to All answers must be In not later than Thursday noon, 12 o'clock.
i SERVICE I IS THE BEDROCK OF OUR BUSINESS PRIN- The contest! editor has selected 12 words which he has intentionally HOME:, FROM PIT TO DOME
; to serve. misspelled. Only one word for each week is recognized.In .
CIPLES. the event of a tie, for any prize offered a prize identical in all
Perhaps ;
you want to'replenish some odd pieces here and there in the
i respects to that tied for will be given to the tying contestant.
Eight prizes offered $20.00 first prize, $10.00 second prize, If
are : .home. so, we shall be glad to serve: you.
,'f The Merchants and Farmers Bank, of Kissimmee is a great bank be- J ; $5.00 third prize, $4.00 fourth prize $3.00 fifth prize, $2.00 sixth prize,
JJ.OO seventh prize, $1.00 eighth prize.
useful bank. We not only shall serve but shall under- J ;
cause it is a I Contestants must turn In answer blanks for each of the 12 weeks YOU CAN ALWAYS DO
others. We shall accept useful- J ;
'stand and appreciate the service of The misspelled word last week was "trimming." In the advertisement
:; of the Dollar LImit Btore.The BETTER AT OUR BIG STORE
ly ness as the measure of greatness.Instant misspelled word today has five letters.
Now get! busy, put your spelling ability to the teat. You will PHONE 291
thoroughly enjoy the task. .
oo.o.ooo.ooooo. ooooooooo oto'o o'ooo .' .Ot. In the awarding of the prizes the answers in the misspelled contest 64 44040

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RETURN ANSWER BLANK

" from Headaches Of the Misspelled Word and Slogan Contest
Relief Right Prices At Story'sTen
ELEVENTH WEEK, JUNE 16, 1922 i

I distinctly traceable to ADDRESS _____________ ___________-_-_________-___1-------- 5' .1
of Headache that come to us are
+ Most case t
,y4 Defective Eye-Sight or Weakened Eye Muscles. Our careful examinations NAME ________________--________-__--_-----------------__----- percent iteduetvfin, oil al! Boys' and Men's Caps-the lat i'

will disclose any trouble The Misspelled Word is--__n__uu____n_.uunnn__uu__ t Women's Presses and Aprons. est tylcs-at reasonable prices. X thfen's

in the Advertisement of.-;.,--_ ___.__.__.____________._____..___.
T .r.L
;, Pineheck and Kahkl work .
: ,,W. E. SANDERSON, Optometrist '. My, 5' ",'ord' slogan is..___..______._______.,__.______.....__...... Big! reduction bn all Children' pants. Our price,. per par'l.20. : ;::: : ',
: Fill out this Blank with answer'and mail or bring to this ar.d.Clrls' Hats "
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f your ,, "
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26 Broadway ,"e, . Phone 289" office sealed In an envelope not later? than:NEXT THURSDAY NOON. .r; >i ri , I, .,, 'f'., .. '{'
j.:,,:\Ii;"" dr b "kPl'sf: J ::4.A; .J, ... ''i Y" " " ' This contest: owned, controlled: and prepared by ,Chas.-Edward, .' t ti, -, iiKMtmT */.!*/ "A\, p. -.'''''...." "c"....., ..,. ; "'t..." .", i\iI\ '
..OOO 1000'O.0000006. tO' dines. V :.... Ten percent" reduction] : ; allY ';Mt'n's'f'Summer Suits, $5O' ""t.. !
--"- $11.95 and
V $15.00
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.. Women's White Oanvas Oxfords -
i. -- ., 04840.50404.4 r
64604600-'i4664{ ..O O COOt.H+O..O O
.e... ,0000000..00.0.0-0400001:0,, "::1 : and Shoes. Topla Union Suita for $1.00 .
"" .7 p' ""
; 1 Our here, The best value for the ;
':. i'I I' MANHATTAN BARBER SHOPDAKIN f Reduction on Tissue' Ginghams. money. t i

FriendMakingSale t
AVENUE-NEXT TO NEWBY INN LYLES V. STORY & COMPANY
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NEATEST PLACE OF TilE KIND IN CENTRAL FLORIDA i
DRY GOODS, SHOES, MEN'S. FURNISHINGSAND

f Has been a big success, far i NOTIONS [ y
which we thank ev.ery person KISSIMMEE --'
you attending were it fully, and reaid we are in sure the Good Service and Cleanliness. i o FLORIDA '

reduction in Many .
big prices. - -
1 1 items were sold entirely out, .. -

J but we haVe -4.060 I>++0 0.. .. 0'.. "

NEW will GOODS open them IN TRANSITand up Mondayat Shine wh le you wait :: .
the lowest possible price. JustOneMomentLet's ;
You will always find: our price OJ
A the lowest to be had in Cigars Cigarets and Tobaccos
"When You and (good qualit" merchandise. Star reason a bit. If
. Brand. Queen Quality, Flor- you
: can "get by" and save a little .
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t I Were Young, sheim and Douglas Shoes'; ; money, with the best qualityof Kissimmee
Holeproof Hosiery, and first goods, isn't it to your Inter-
.
MaggieTIM quality Piece Goods.Mccauley's est to trade with me? I have
been asked to "raise my price" Plumbing Shop
a The old folks, who often prefer The Manhattan -just to keep in the procession;
to remain at home, will Dep'L StoreSells but I prefer to win confidenceand
e- appreciate a phonograph more trade by selling at a lower
; than yon think. So gladden It For Lean margin. If you will call and Plumbing, Heating, Repair
investigate my goods and my We. Specialize la
their old hearts with Bruna-
a o oooo.ooO OO.0004000000.oooo o.tOtooooo. prices you will see where I
b. wlck-the accepted phono- ... scale to the lowest figures. I'm Contracting &:Repairing l
graph of the world's leading o c HO. ..oot.oooooo.o o .oo anxious to build up a larger .
.tO O o .OO. O.O.OOC oQo.1I9.00.OOU
business when
m.siclsna.eti' I ; I get all the
-TMEPeople's business I need I nrnjr raise And we Guarantee all Work to t
AND SERVICEIs
I QUALITY prices-but. I hardly think so; Give Satisfaction. No matter
5c & 10c Store I may make them still lower. I
how small large the job callus
or
,
SERVIGEGRRRQE[ I what you always get at gave some prices last week. Ill i.
and we'll be at service.
-- -- -- - do it again next week. In the your
meantime come and trade with Phone 143
Sil tateen, Silkeen and O. me. XHANSELL'S

N. T. Crochet Cotton ___5c 1 F1 C1 BRrA o.
J
I pn A G [ 4. Men's Pen Checked Pants $125 Casino Refreshment ShopNext
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Wide Hair Ribbon, per yd.-lSt .,..-- +

Bath Towel ____________15c and. Casino Theatre
EMMETT ST. PHONE 171 Ladies White StockingsL: ... fancy 'FamilyGROCERY OO O.t..ooo OOO COO
;fir per pair ____-.________lOc ..__._.. ....- ___u__ . .. ,

'f''t GENERAL REPAIRING Children Brown or Black, 00000000000.. 00..00. .. ..... 0"O O"I 0 0 t. 'I '.
Starter and Generator Work A Stocking, per pair..___-10cBaby' ,
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SpecialtyA. *'Rubber Pant, per GARAGE

WILDER'S STUDIO 1 pair __ __ _____-3Sc and .
;; njL aL T-T Our aim i i. always to please
,", 1' .''" "" .1.1V' I C STORAGE BATTERIES DISTRIBUTOR FORKELLYSPRINGFIELD
i"-1< ." Kia.rse. - BUT YOUR SHEETS NOW We, go the limit to do it,
NEVER FAIL ..
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It's aLe Real Battery for Every Pepperell Sheeting .per ydJSSc; -.' TIRES

I ... Car. Pepperell Unbleached: SheeU .Price. Rifkti Qakk DefiVerySerrke THE BEST SOLD. '

. .... .r ing, per yafd.:!___.___._.5Oc'Pillow The Bat. --t"
t
: g. t. We repair..ad recharge all *
,Tubing, 2-incb, ,-! Or Repabwg Department iithe} best.in..Kisslmmee lAD work done'by .
;{snake"'of Batteries and give Free rd. 'ne ; ,... .:.
1. l" per.7& ------ killed mechanic J witH
( :* yarn experience. Every (given"our'peroasl .
"" t. '-- Motor'TeatiD8'Our prices tri '. ,' u
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-',positively";the lowest; ,PD1W.rciJr"1M TWO."' : 'HOMEh. -I ./ .! attention. Our Big Fire Preel Garage'hat' room for storage:: '=',';
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: ,t .GAZETTE'S CEr'! !.I.LCO'NTESTI PERTAINING Christ's TO Church CHURCHES NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD


: __ (Pentecostal) Visitor
to
., ', "" r. nn Corner Brack and Oak Streets Kiasimmee: Monday-
v Mr and Mr. George Gould J. A.
I O ..O 'O .O '.'O" ." ..."O""OO r Walter Lorenz Watson Mrs. A. ''U. Cooley.. William f''(

. Sunday School Superintendent. Wood and R D. Libby.

1Y.IE: : :aQ: s == ; 10:00 a. .m.-".Sunday school.. 'International Leaving .this week for summer ,;
WOODWARD LUMBER YARD homes i Richard .twood. with relative ;t
lesson. Classes for all ages

. the ,Drug Store! 11:00:bible..'teaching.m..-Divine', worship.. .Special " points In in Illinois Michigan; A.; Mr.U. Cooley and Mrs.F..ton, ,

'1"': FOR } 7:$0 Divine worship.: Praise J. Raymond, for joints- in Michigan
-- :ADVANCES NEW PUN : DISTINCTIVE. TOILET PREPARATIONS-CARA NOME. AND p. my Mrs. Miller
testimony;. Inspirational. Bin in;. wa called to New York
ASSOCIATED ARTICLES. 7:80 p. m.-1-Thursday. Praise.'Tea. Sunday evening; by a wire telling of
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HOMES' timony. Preaching. the death of her husband.Rev. C.."A..
BUILDING GET OUTOF, THE OLD RUTI! Everybody cordially invited to allservices. Miller.
., 'Come" "Be D. ,.
: r, "Pray.7 Eiselsteln. who had been im At ,
lieve." lanta upon business matters arrived s

,WE WILL BUILD YOU A HOME TO YOUR ORDER 120 Broadway. Pili. . ,3 St JokV. (Episcopal)'Church. home. on. Tuesday-Mrs. ElseUtetn
,..- meeting; him in J ackso ville.I t

AND.MAKE it SO EASY FOR;YOU TQ PAY FORIT! ..o.o .. .. ... ..i..o.o.ioo. !! o. . Rev...: 1/H.: ,Kirkby, Rector A I for-West. Miss Uarda Bass left on Wedneeda'y l : y
.. - --- Palm-Beach. where she Will

--'- --That You Will Soon Easily Own Your Home i ....... '..'00'60" ,'..' ... 0... 0 0 0..0..000. 11:00 9:45 a.a.m.m.--Church Morning school.Prayer and Johnson.be guest of .her sister, Mrs Harry.

Sermon. Mrs. Earl Cowger and Miss Rosemary ' i
AUTO REPAIRING All are welcome-especially the' Landiss left on Sunday to attend
'
stranger within our gates. summer school at Tallahassee
+ I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Prentiss and
COME IN AND SEE US And we will explain; the plan to 'you YOUR CAR GIVEN OUR Presbyterian. Church daughter of Kissimmee. were visiting .

i friends in Saint Cloud on Monday.Mr. .
PERSONAL ATTENTION AT Rev.. W. Hi; Dreach D. D. Pastor
... .. and Mrs. J. L. Overstreet and
t CLAY & THOMAS 9:45: a. m.--Sunday school. two daughters accompanied; by Miss
i BUILD NOW 11:00 a. m.-Worship and sermon. Bass, all of Kissimmee were calling
GARAGE, 7:00 p. m.-Junior Christian En upon friends in Saint Cloud on' Sun.'

'1 4-. AND HELP KISSIMMEE GROW You get an honest job for an honest price. No job too small or too | deavor. Oay.An excellent was rendered
m.-Senior En program
I' large for us. We repair 'and recharge all makes of Batteries. .! | deavor.7:00 p" Christian Sunday morning' at the Methodist

PHONE 22 8:00: ...p._Worship and sermon. church In commemoration of Chil v
I, 8:00 p. Wednesday' Prayer dren's Day. The affair was well at-'

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.o to.t'OOO".OO..t Dt.'OO'D'O"'O"DOOOO.OOOO'i Christian Church .ADDITIONAL LOCA,S.
t..OOO.O.04..0..oo..o..000..0..00D.OOO .oo
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Angas' are now
Allen Pastor
J. Miller
i W. B. MAKINSON COMP'Y A. S. GILE3ERT"S residing in the Thurman bungalow,

DRY GOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School on the Neptune road in the Cape
11:00 a.m. Sermon. Theme: "The Breeie: addition.A t

Kissimmee's Big HardwarePAINT THE LOGICAL PLACE TO BUY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY Efficient 7:00 p. Character.m.-Chri'ivlan" Endeavor. letter received at the' office' of c

SPECIALS 8:00: p. m-Sermon. Theme: "The The Gazette is still awaiting the arrival
Seminole Unbleached Sheeting 16c value, at __lOc Same." of the addressee. The missive 1
Ladies' House Dresses ___ 98c to $1-89 We welcome you to worship withus. is addressed to H. D. Ashford. care ,
Thread, 150-yard spools __"-,_6c .. of The Kissimmee Valley Gazette.P

r Voiles, up to $1 values, going: at _- 3"c Miss Margaret McNeil left this af:-
All Ladies' High Top Shoes ____.___One-half Price DEATH OF PLUCKY MAN ternocn for Gainesville having spent
Ten Per Cent Discount all Shoes in Store the latest WHO REGAINED LOSSESThe
on .. ; very the week end in Ocala the,eueld, of
.
Styles ---from $3.00 to $10.00 weekin I Mrs Green. Miss
death on Thursday of last Emily McNeill will
Walk a Few Blocks and Save Money. Seeing Is Convincing attend the teachers' 1
!J a Tampa hospital of R. D. Fuller normal 1 this sum
, We handle Paints and Varnishes for All Purposes-
various mer.-Ocala Star.
e y' .O.OOOODOODOO.OO .OOOO.O. OO.OC..OO.OO.O..OOO.. formerly of Kissimmee recalls
Outside House Paint. Inside Flat and Enamels for Wall. Varnishes episodes of his life ,which would
for Floors. Li no.eu ma and Furniture.Don't have proved disastrous to the great Miss .Almena Leitner. one of the
Paints .
.
000...... ...0 majority of men-but which served public' school teachers, who (is to return ifs
forget to Paint your Screens. to make him the more vigorous and for another year is
Stoves Stove-pipe, and all implements. NOT CHEAP GROCERIES determine Mr. Fuller was. fatherof I her vacation at Swanannon. North ;
Also'Roof Paint Cement. Pitches for that Leaky Roof.MAKINSON'S Mrs. E. A. Neimeyer. of Kissim Carolina-to which point The Ga
zette is being forwarded. ih
BUT GROCERIES CHEAPISN'T
.- mee.Prior to the "big freeze" of 1895 One of the assurances that Dr.. TV ,
Mr. Fuller was considered a man of M. Rivers is to the
out
carry plan. 'V
THAT GOOD? consfderable wealth-his investmentsin
BIG HARDWARE of building a handsome block cornerof
citrus groves promising elegant. returns PossielT avenue and Broadway is
He was en what was termed: that the several which have
Our Phone Number is 176 and we Deliver trees sr
"Easy street. Then, as was the case been the site have been
PHONE 123- standing upon
. $ NEAR DEPOT The Goods of thousands of his fellows-the cold felled during the week. ;fr
of one night wiped out everything he
40 DOOOO'Oo"'O""OOO'.O " 000006 possessed-except his determinationto Anyone can now enjoy the low cost1 i?
R. s. FLOYD: -- -
"come back." Vast numbers W of living-as a dime ,'ULbuy.afinr.
men who found themselves in the waterme bn// which 'will furnish su
..o Oo 0 tto o. totO.0..0.0..0..00..000000,0000'0, ><1' '0 same predicament never made any effort meal for three. And there is 80m.... v
to regain what was lost to themin thing wrong with the person who can' '
i ctoODC.O.ooOto.ooo..o .oo..co.o..coo.co. a few hour's; but Mr. Fuller though not make an entire; meal from a juicy
NAVE I at the time well along in years, saw I red-hearted melon.
F. A. no good: reason for despondency. He >
Notice To Merchants
.0 was in Orange county at the time of There was a very pleasant picnic
the disaster, and he came to Kissimmee. held yesterday afternoon by the members -
-000- He-e he conducted several hotels of the Presbyterian church and; 't
with but indifferent success. Then Sunday school. The weather was pro., v
rs't All merchants having ads. in our MISSPELLED WORD AND SLO- he went to Polk county .where at pitlous and there was a large gather;

Otceola County Bank Building GAN CONTEST are requested to have -their change of copy in at I Winter Haven he again started to I enjoy Alligator lake to thoroughly
make his living and a competence. a well-arranged program ana" ;
office WEDNESDAY' of'each week. Copy coming in later cannot be. And he suceeded to that extent a finelyservedluncheon.. -

'changed for that week. We trust all merchant will'take this notice that at the tIme of his death last
; X'"I;\ : High Class, Investments : week he was considered among the J. W. Wynn -has completely renovated -
spirit it i is '
,
: : in the same kindly as given. and improved his display w'n-'
\/'f/ ", ','i 1I'j""r, , " prosperous fruit producers. Financially '
" ", /' ''' t-""" ' ; - .-- . THE PUBLISHER.LAKELAND he needed dpw at .105. Broadw.ynd added .
h'e where
.. was once more
.. ,
' .. ..HHOO..O. 0.. 000 cc.ddUd -
stock of
tOoU'oouu a sporting goods to hisspecialty
H 0 UOoH he'I
U.
.00 U _ __ _ not to worry for the morrow, and of .'
bicycles. lie is to
O O"40 U"O" .OOOOO o..tO O.HoOwHo....... ..OOO+t ..... I had the confidence of all who knew his lines to baseball and fI.hlnll'materialand confine
1 him. He proved himself a man in
.. I| every way-and more than that need has already'. secured a'' ,
The :I not be said of any man. Hill very nice patronage.

| death will create a void that will be F. A. Nave has established In his

OSCEOLA Broadway vacant for a long time. office above the Bank of Osceola

[ STEAM LAUNDRY I' SON OF FORMER PASTOR' County, a fine radio-receiving plant, ,
HOME which is the second one in Kissimmee.This +
Millinery | DIES AT ILLINOIS
is a mosf complete plant, and
1 I The many friends of Rev. and Mrs.J. many have received invitations to
Shop TELEPHONE US regarding all laundry work you have after G. Waggoner, who have resided In caD at the of fide ,and "listen in." ,
HARDWARE Kissimmee the According to expert advices it will be
- I I through past season-
the truck picks'up Monday. Packages sent out Wednesday will be while Mr. Wagoner lilted the. pulpit: difficult to obtain anything more ;

Pleasing : delivered Friday. Rush packages picked up Friday delivered SaturdayR. I of the Christian church-will learn complete in detail than the one belonging . .ei
with regret of the death of their son, to Mr. Nave;.
Rev. Harvey G. Waggoner which occurred -
and H. RUTHERFORD, R. A. SNYDER, : I Thursday. June 11, at Dixon. BOY SCOUTS NOTICE

Phone I Illinois, where the pastor had been Local} enthusiasts have been informed
Special Agent 49, Kissimmee ,
COMPANY ChoiceMillinery i confined in a hospital. Funeral ser- that Captain Arthur Cumby, district ,
OOOOOOOo.oo .o ... oo t..o. .. .o.o..OOO ....: vices were held in a nearly completed scout executive, will be in Kis
I .. I church which had been financed en- simmee next Monday, and it is the
tirely through the efforts of the de- hope of the Woman' Club and 'LeoH.
O. .tDDO..OO..OOO. OOto.o..o..tOO..O..OO..OnOBERT ceased pastor and interment was .
Wilson who was asked to take v

t "THE EFFICIENT STORE"HIGH $ R I E DEL COM, P AN'Y' 1:,, 1 made grew to at manhood.Eureka Illinois The deceased, where left he active forming participation as many tfoopsas"in the, work possible of Jo'' N

All Hats this week a wife, six children ,his parents and that a large' number of boys between ;
CLASS go NOVELTY WORKS :. I I countless warm and sincere friends the ages cf twelve and eighteen will a
atHalfPrice ] scattered over a large territory to gather at the chamber of commerce'.
I : mourn his death.ARRESTED eight o'clock\ to enlist In the good work .
'
Everything' La- which may be brought about by the
i FOR STEALING
i STUFF! BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND LUMBER OF ALL KINDS GUN AND) BICYCLE"Buck" formation of a--strong- -membership.W. -- .

; House A from Kis W. Hark, of WalT Springs mem*
MRS. J. R. SINQUEFIELD Building Specialty.ALL Jonea. who hails beT of the ante road department
arrested here
simmee, was Wednesday
We refer to those New Prog- ....OOOt..to..o.t.o. .. INTERIOR FINISH WINDOW AND DOOR SCREENS. night by Policeman W. B. )Dormany, died suddenly Sunday at Hogg fsland., f
near Wall Springs ns the resu
He
Refrigerators. charged with grand larceny. was
,
.. ress Made of All Metal. Municipal Court Darlington Avenue-Near Freight Depot PHONE 216 : taken to Tampa Thursday and in default paralytic stroke. Mr. Clark went to ; i
Green and White enamel out- Transacts Business of bond was- Rent to jail rb Hogg' Island on an over-Sunday trip t
side and pure white enamel in I.:. <->-> :., await trial in! the criminal court i I sleeping on board the boat on which
I he made the miming
side. Recent cases before the city courtas 1- ----- Jones, it is charged l. took a rifle belong'njr I trip. Sunday '
he went in and short time
bathing a
They are pretty as a daisy. shown by the docket: LIBRARY OF NEW RECORDSFOR this all\ owners will be notified to call t/> Chief of Police Hamptonfrom later suffered the stroke that. resulted r
Highest grade of efficiency.More Walter Tyner: violating traffic or THE MANY OWNERSOF for their first sets. the latter's car parked near the in death.*
durable than any other. dinances; pleaded guilty; $1. It is important that' every Edison citv hall and a bicycle, the propertyof F
Let U introduce them to you. Frank Snyder: violating traffic ordinances EDISON PHONOGRAPHSThere i owner make sure that the Edison! Thomas Guthrie. a messenger boy. Mrs. Norman Swanson of Sanford,
J Oh yes7TV other thing' While ; pleaded guilty; $3 fine and dealer has his present a'Ureas. A I II The gun and wheel were both recov aged 22. shot and killed hefather,
,,\ you are in Jut store let us demonstrate fl costs. is being perfected a plan of I postcard! tp him jit once will twist in I ered.-Plant City Courier. George McDoufrall" aged 58, lost Sun
the Red Star Detroit Lloyd Fleming!;: doing business with- placing in the homes of all owners of the work of organrxsiipn' and will secure FLORAL CONTRIBUTIONS:' ) : day morninp- when he was attacking
Vapor (Stoves to you. out a license; dismissed. 1 Edison phonographs twenty of the recreations the owner against the possibilityof WERE MAGNIFICENT his blind wife with aknife. The murderess -
LeRoy Rivera and Joe Chisholm; of the best and most perfect being left out. A farther free service who wan seen to commit the .
fighting end striking; $1 fine and $1 records free of all cost, and allow\ to be extended by Mr. Edison to Recognition of the Masonic fraternity. vet by her husband was place-i in '
costs-or three days each in jail. these to be retained two days. It is his owners win begin within a few of which the late Gay C.i Allen\ jail to await a hearing; but if her tale
., K. D. C. Watson: discharging fIre- believed that this plan will\) allow months. This will be done by means was a faithful member, regarding his is substantiated it is probable that noU '
7 k arms within city limits; entered plea many to hear-records which lack of of recitals to be held by the dealer. worth was manifested by tame charm- \ 'gal action win be taken. Later:
. of guilty; $5 find and $1 costs. time to be spent with the dealers has who will notify the owners of the ing floral offerings for the funeral Mrs. Swanson was acquitted by- the
Oscar Cook. discharging* firearms, frequently prevented and will give time and place. These recitals will\ services. The Masons of Port Tampa coroner's Jury.
"i "' OSCEOLUt within city limits; dismissed. the phonograph owners an opportunityof enable them to hear the advance supplements I to which lodge he I belonged, for-
John Schmidt: riding bicycle on/ selecting such as he may desire to at a musicale. without obligation warded"an emblem of gladiolii, roses 'Jerome E. Wdeman state commander -*
'; sidewalk and add 'to his if interested Ja thevarioWi of the Florida American Legion -
concrete ; $2 fine. purchase library. although I and asters, together with a large
-Herbert Schweikart;: riding bicycle This plan Is being strongly endorsed new selections, they would : standing wreath showered -with-roses i* backing a movement to.cot., t
: "llllllOWflllE. 'eonerete-.idewalk2-fjne-finer by the Edison! representative in have the-opportunity of placing or: and'e.l1a lilties.\ Egypt Temple sent feet from the seventy-eight post in ti..
H. W. Weaver: intoxication; continue i Kissimmee.; the .Central Drugstore den at once to insure early delivery" Shrine emblem and Orange, Blossom Florida a fund of from ten thousand'to '
*. I and any of those connected with.) the so that they may keep their libraryup la lodge of Kissimmee under twelve thousand dollar, together''
H. W.. Weaver: disturbing thepeaeo2& establishment will gladly rive full _to.th> minute. :\ I whose auspice the interment was with a vast quantity of souvenirs of
"pguv, 'fine and $2 cost*. ; explantaion of-the .method: >y which made contributed an emblem' com- various sorts, fruits nuts and the. ,
'CDJ ; H., W. Weaver;,'.conducting a disorderly forty selections ;ma>' be secured for Miss Cleo Woolridg one of' the nosed; of daisies. and'asters. There like in order to make, a proper showing ..'' t'i i

house;:thirty day in Jail., close'examination. Within week a teacher .of the Kisaimmet public were'also many offering of flowers. of th..entin state at the, a.rnuaIconvention 1'
''I "t .. , -' ' '. God Bay: drunk and disorderly; $15 j special;'representative.of the Edison: achopla.-who has been re-engaged for {rom;privae'individuals. : to"be. held at NenOrleans'' .,( 'r
; ';- fine and $1 'cost*., .. -- plant,will be at this tore and will the jnext school year,,ia'spending> hersummer' next October---The plan U to be work- 'oJ
s ':'?: : .fJ. W.. eau alwrnyi 4o.;> ttt. r,by yea;-.; Will' Jackson:'riding1,.t cyc1e on try.to' YialtlJ( ,;every:Edison phonograph, -vacation( at.,her home..* '&! :Furnished' 'rooms' for rent.: W. B. .J out so that alt portion of the-utt. ti

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SIX THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY: GAZETTE. FRIDAY, JUNE! 18, 1922

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TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK the ,

BIRD'SROOFSe J t :

BLTIi4RN _
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DESIGN
ART-CRAFT SHINGLE
.. Continue It. Please Business College NotesThe \
J It'. a kneesy way to'keep a bit :
,
cooler during the cold weather when. fact that the KIssinunee Business Way :
she rolls 'em. As Old Bill Rood used* College la becoming afixture, in '
to say:,,"litre's lookln' at you!" '''this city, and is filling; a niche wh'ch .. .
*" *" nothing else will do is being well as the '
Where Vice Versa Hit sured. At .commencement there J.s greatest labor-saving system :':

The Saint Petersburg Times head! were predictions made that "it would of washing that has ever been ;

an item "Graves Invests In lots." It':. not Jast.10ngbut it has cont'nued to devised. For the LaunDryEtteis z.
so everywhere, though they frequently grow and
thrive-because it la undo '
n l put it "Lots invent in graves. Yas good management. With Pipfesscr; both a washer and 'a dryer. : :. i

sum. James D. MacGlashan as principal . :
*" *" and Mrs C. E. Hilton as the master No Wringer to Feed
Tell Me Oh. Tell Me hand .at stenography and the type_ .
'
Is a driver of a car that runs at avery writer, the pupils have made excellent: .._ i The Laun-Dry-Ette has no : JTI: ::
reckless on the &evfI.1t..iday T
!
pace in instance. '
of the week, going nowhere after progress There is now every a membership ; 'I wringer. Instead of your having u\

nothing one of those things that may" twenty-three in the school -eiirht new to forcethe clothes'through a wringer one or two ,?
properly be termed a "nut Sunday? members Monday and ,
entering on ,
whirls them
the
*" *" businessare pieces at a time, Laun-Dry-Ette
for
prospects a good summer
Memory I* WonderfulTen excellent. dry in one minute-a whole tubful at a time. -j

years from now, when Madge, Professor and M$. McGLashanwere '
May and Lettie guests at the home of Mr. and No Extra Tubs Handle.
to '
Roof Cost Have donned long skirts-they never :
A Handsome at Little Mrs. Rull Bass at East Lake over .
need fret; Sunday, and Mrs. MacGlashan remained The Laun-Dry-Ette washes the clothes quickly
"cornfed" or'
We'll know if they're
out there through the week.
built like spaghetti_ and thoroughly with remarkably efficient vacuum
ART-CRAFT is the wonderfully 'Cause well think back a decade- SECURES BUG-EATERS
and all
Washing rinsing bluing ,
are
cups. per- ..::,.. ,
-
j; and never-forget -- - n -TO EAT-OTHER BUGS
popular roll roofing that comes ; *" *' formed in turn in the Laun-Dry-Ette. And instead : .

natural slateredand A Mistake SomewhereSays Through the county agent, Leo H. of wringing the clothes after each operation, you
in shingle design- Howard M. Katz has ordereda
a dispatch from Washington: Wilson
"Four gasbags headed south" All colony of Sicilian parasites which' merely! press pedal, turn a switch and the LaunDry -

slate-green. our senators' and representatives have he will locate in his grove to control tte whirls the clothes wringer-dry.
been here for some weeks; all fully the mealy bugs. These parasites live .
Al little cost Art-Craft adds beauty to residence; accounted' for; so, begging your par- off their enemies-and kill every spe- No Buttons to Sew OnIn
ding those folks must have stopped cimen of the mealy bug in a grove-
barn. It won'tcatch
bungalow, cottage, garage, or somewhere enroute. Not in Florida; then they seek other groves to find !
fire from falling sparks. Costs much lest of. noss l'. more. If they find no additional food ''I seven years no Laun-Dry-Ette has ever broken a button or
*" *" of that sort their life is ended. The injured a fastener. This is because the LaunOryEnesystem
than a wooden or asphalt shingle roof.If SeidfJz! Powders Always Bubble. grove where this work is being car of centrifugal drying: makes it impossible to injure the clothes in '.

I notice Miss Dorothy Jean Pet.> ried on is located at Finny Point. any way.
desired can be laid right over old wooden. tUB von Seidlitz is going to be married If the
you want greatest laborsavinaelectrical washer will
Sheffield Alabama. Bet she'sa BOUGHT TWENTY ACRES you
shingles. happy in girl to be, divorced from that The twenty-acre--tract located one buy the Laun-Dry-Ette. Please call, phone or write.

cofrnomen. Face powders are all and one-half miles east of Kissimmeeon 'L For Sale By
I If( good-looking roof at as
you want an extra right properly adjusted-but seidlitz the brick highway formerly owned
'
i l little cotlas it is safe to pay you won't go wrong powder'!. it seems never can be Nos-adjusted by C. S. Crowder, has been purchasedby JOHN A. MCCARTHY
in buying Art-Craft. in any pleasing mannej. Lester E. Alford and his mother
sir. Mrs. Ida D. Smith. This property hasa .ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR AND DEALER
*
BIRD*SON./ lac. (&&.b........ Ut5) .....w......l..Mu* Surely An Easy* Wife nice citrus grove of about five acres "' SAINT CLOUD FLORIDA
-which will be extended and enlarged .
Curtis Ward! has
"implicit Because confidence"Beryl in her husband, by the new owners until it will .'1/a AM vHmgtr II ill.a',a Lmmm-DtyEUt"
practically cover the entire acreage.,
W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY the self-confessed
Ward
Walter S. ,
The transfer was made through the

her murderer picture of is Clarence being printed Peters,in a all sailor the, Nelson Realty Company. rLLiru1 I? O JDRYcrnTI1fl]:;i

I !great dailies, together with the few LEAVES FOR NEW ENGLANDMrs.
-- facts. So few wives have "implicit -- _
onfidenre" in their other halves that I L. E. Livermore mother of electric washing machine
the Assocated Press considered the Mrs. E. G. Vans Agnew, plans to '
fair a very notable incident. I'll af'j leave tomorrow for points in Connecticut WASHES AND DRIES WITHOUT A WRINGER .
from which location she will
PURE FRESH SWEET CREAM 80. I -
*" I tour for several months through the -- .- -
Ble"s 'is 'Ittle 'art New England states probably re.

", If you are not using bur pure (fresh, pasteurized sweet cream Says The the Lakeland Ocala Star Star:devotes fifteen turning to Kissimmee in November. J. W. Thompson: '"

wire or write'us to ship you a trial ten-gallon can of( thirty or (forty per lines of editorial space to NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY

cent by first express. The quality is unexcelled and we guarantee it complimenting a beauty parlor The public library in the Chapter Licensed funeral Director
about to open in that village.- [louse has been the recipient of some S.or. end CAe"
to arrive tweet and cold, packed in iced tubs. Kissimmee Valley Gazette.Let's new books for which Mrs. Elizabeth
hope that Bloom will bea Sanborn is thanks. -011- A Sinc.r.. J''Ia.'i. 5"ic. I. R..d.r.d
expressing Among
Ezell-Griffin Company Creamery regular patron. these books were a nice assortment Stewart Avenue A' Perron.Kia.imm. .
Oh. Bloom! Dear Bloom: Com from Mrs. R. C. Peterson and there
.. High Grade Ambuluci Service at CII
tell! the tnith: are you the noted
m Gatonton, Georgia are five volumes donated by E. G. .
V Bloom of Youth? Vans Agnew. It is 'hoped that these Office 3ft PHONES Residence: 71 ..., ,
4 -- gifts may induce others to act in a
-
.. -..... -. Glady In Obstina'e similar way-until there shall be a
John R. Roberts a millionaire oil- necessity for more shelf room. Everybody Wfco) Is Anybody Advertise Their -Want in The Valley Gazette
man of Texas has given Gladys; .
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Veils, an actress, furs and jewels to -- -- ---- ----- --- -- ;

MOW TUB GREATEST. AUTOMOBILE VALUE IN AMERICA the value of fifty thousand dollars
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and .Gladys made a get-away with T.
I.I'" ,, ,:". the whole bunch. John claims that
'.'.',I''t'il" \,.;_ 'I'\ \t.' '. j, ,"' , ....J"II'K he'Is\. his oWl ty-ounty, and Gladys is :
;: peeved about it: says that "findin's .. t
r t lodai.ci;erland/7T fall**in;ra.'aoAont;! all-tml- t.n. t-ffIj'r tui are' havin's".and 'she' proposes to When look at ,
'. herself and the The courts a3O "
"t; bdyl broad ..... /laiifi'lJO-lnth it-ring |XMI r keep; gifts. you
-::, will decide It-but it looks as if John
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4S had a cinch.

; Haul* *" x 3 Va USCO
Long and Short
t A Lynn Haven man is about to get .
buy'! with a duck farm with which to .
I supply Florida with the quack-quackers. I
As Lynn Haven is away off inthat at $ 10.90 /

TT TAKES really great portion of the state which should -
belong; to Alabama it is difficult to
iN see how he l is to furnish the east tire dealer USCO has always sold
engineering to turnout coast with the delicacies any cheaper I
tire of known
naturally
than the birds can be secured from .OUR as a quality ....
nearer points in other states. The standards and perform
really car at
R a great Gainesville News gives a slam at-the he shows ance.
Jacksonville hotels by saying that the M
a price as low as determination of this man to enter you the 30x31h Today at $10.90 it

.. .t the business "was the result of a USeD at $10.90. fixes the worth of
.... "
,, "" '-'"' rip to Jacksonville, where he saw
.
'J. '; To him USCO has alyour tire dollar at
t'st
w." ." 4 Y .... solid carloads of foul from the north
., (' 'A. \ and east going to Florida." If this ways represented a tire a new maximum

.' be a fact wouldn't it be a good idea value that he felt more by reason of its 36x3%
; for the state hotel inspector to look
than justified in offering own d i s t i n*
after those hostelries that get "foul"by
the carload--or else reduce the his customers. g u i a h e d

;.J percentage of their cleanliness? values.
I At the $10.90 price he
* *
Kraut Versus StrawberriesThe can hardly be blamed for USCO

Lakeland Advertiser clips from putting it to the front as

The Gazette and makes an addendaas he would most .
r below mel
The :Lakeland Advertiser says be remembered by.

that "strawberries will replace $ .
} cabbage." Mebbe so. metbe so; y
.. Lwa.ToWoOUStR1O 1O9! .$ '
. ,. t ,?" .. Net M1. but kraut if made a man out evert saw strawberriesthen any. good mind This-much to keep in '1
!
: ROADSTER
he's more'n I have.
f.- sure seen
caun . . M*
Ii Hot dogl!-Thf>rn in Kissimmee
SKOAN ... M y.,7. }
-/ -- "./*/. _' _ Gazette. -.r
Perhaps. But who is there that United StatesDrtsare .;\ I.

LUPFER & PRATHER the will world question if "good the betterment kraut"' is replaced of- Ges4 Tires cVo War-Tax charged j.

\ with batter. "strawberry 1'1.n(4.
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA shortcake Answer that other- ch1a.arw.oa (
wise than it yihould be. Thorn +.
and darned if we won't be sorrywe *
broke into your old "Anna- /i
-- if
I nias Club.
United States Tires ;
The one great trouble is that too
SRBD CORN COWI'KAB. MH.LRT. many are trying to live a strawberry
OHAS9 $ICR ). S>OHt HUMKor Ira. life on a kraut inome. Kraut is a United States Rubber Company -

.nedlate Field and ahloment.Vegetable Beeda AlP. avaaonable Write for Orange Spot Bungalow solid substantiality; it is, so faras t ls..ww w7Nxld TW**.*.*rt mod ..t.f
r Price Llat and Catalogue. Our beautiful tint cost is considered, of medium Oro.ww lathy{ ara.oMN
and Instructive catalogue la free (FurnUhed) price; It is filling and satisfying; Its ilt''p 1u
and
five valuable
Information on ON BLUFF FACING OCEAN solace of the manthe 4" '
farming and gardening for Florida and thC. poor i ,
the South. Write to ua today for $15 per week $56 per month comfort of the rich-the nourishmentof .'jeJl
4 peclal prices on seed
your requirementa. the middle classes. Strawberries
q Oar complete stock will enable MELBOURNE FLORIDA
us to supply you to advantage |la I are a gift from the gods; delicious in
price and quality. every form from that in which Na-

666 qaickly relieves. Colds, Cotipati4W,7BiEmuieM < u re.produced them even down to theme
L A. MARTIN SEED CO. + aad Headaches. A wbetr"the-are encased in short
e . dough and embajmed in a covering oflunlshed"cream

'' ..' bl e*! ..*.Imrse.t Seeel Heaa !. Fw Toms ; always delightful'tohe \WUrV\\11.\
Fl....... palate; a Jubilation to the eye: an 1
d '9ei..i..:Ba8t fay $L. ".e"-YW"' FI.. ""Ear-worms,". or ."but worms," of exultation to the'nostrils; a pacific ;
:;', corn may ba prevented largely by I on.'to the running gear; carryingexqulsfteness all W LpPFER &
a3t dustinglead arsanata thra thej>erforatext 'to the 'palate rarelyequalled : B you : PRATHERn
:' tin can'into corn buds. Do this aDd rnever excelled.-r That's KISSIMMEE
'f ,Care* ,,Malaria. :CkOb.. in time to kill the first reiteration'and why'the berry nerer'"replace" the U. S.Tircfj ,
d: ;r 66" F.rer, ....' Ftrtr.Cold. '. then will not be much of a aeeond rrant.,' The rose can never "replace" j
treneratlon. Mix the ]Jtad arsenate he*cadish "the take, the .
/ ud ;LaGrSi ; or ptja.ch + Jj;
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I '''.'V, . .. , .. . with equal parts of 'airlaked.IlnM,: place of the_pumpklivI'thank'yourj 't it
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THE KISSIJXMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. JUNE 18 1122
n__ ._____ SEVEN'
.- .

!' ,1 tificates In my'office and has mad ap' BABBITS-Hav* a number of young tnarkabl device and'expert In.truo-
l B. P1CKERSOH 1'1 ADVERTISEMENTS pit-ration. for tax deed to Issue In accordance New Zealand Red ready new. Prim Mona Sent postpaid for Tf cents Instsmps.
I II
y LEGAL i with law. Said -certlfleatMembrace stock I.. A. O..e ssu. 8t Cloud Fla. ..', Satisfaction guaranteed.
the .
following
desdrlbedprod Uus Baths Palm. Beach Florida. .
CONTRACTOR, AND BUILDER perty, situated in Osceola Cpunty Klor. FOR SALE-Potato barrels In any
'
Br I 'NOTICE OF* SALE! said' Cuort, as .Judge. of Probate (for Ia&rllficcate No. I4T_ Lot 410, and 4SS,, Correspondence quantity. Special solicited.prices ".In Clarwatn carlots._ NORTHERN for ..ne..m.nt.Hpltal Practical Nurse U open,
laying,' Lathing, Plastering, my final discharge as Administratrixof train
Seminole
Land and Investment Com Manufacturing Clear-
Company, Ing.
Painting TO WILL SULLIVAN AND WHOM IT th*. estate of George. W. Fertlc deceased Term rnoderat IX eta no. no
pany's
Sub-division of the W ", of Sec. wateriorldq--" _.1hW:. .obJ.ct.)1 atthewtill1)wrya..
J .. -
MAT-COJ-JCIUiN.-
-" : .apd that- the sametlm I
Mon-l in Town. r"8oUthrftng..
Pfd;1U'-ntA trStreetTJCllsimmlr hlp; S( ,
enue
corner Church KIs-
I NOTICE I. breby given that tinder will' present to said Coart my final East.Certincale FOR SALE For hens Furnished slmnea ; phone III;
invent i by virtue of a osrtsln tlnal Judrr- accounts as Administratrix of said estate No.,. 117. Begin 140 feel Room and No Trespass Cards. IB I JUts
entered In the CM of 'W. W. ; and ask for their approval. Booth of t3aaa.tte ,
the Northeast corner of Block cents each at Th* offlr MEN and women to handle city trade
Hancock lalntltf. Dated May IJth. A *,
rersus Will Sulllvan. 24 of Patrick's Addition to Klsslmme 4tt and .
TillI r retail th
O. r. KRIBB8 W, J. STEED original and genuine
defendant rendered In the Justice : tTJC. City
ran West 140 feet South to Ernest < Watkins ..
KRIBBS & STEED Court, First District Oaceola County tt-lt ..A..mhtl.tratrls.1'fOTICID street. East along said street to FOR 8ALR-Fin* ....Iden... property tracts Spices a .Ul/t Toilet Remedies Requisites, Kx-,, 4'
Florida, entered on the 6th day of Sep Railroad flight of Way. thence Northeasterly office of Th* Valley, Household '
tember, itll, and by ,blue of a cer Or APPLICATION FOR TAX along Right of Way to Dllllng* a:: rt..atKl.. m <-tf i Accessories, Specialties Automobile
Eta
i"' ...1....*,. ..* *!..._1... .1, Law tain Writ of Execution Issued on mid DEED ., thence North, to b.ln.TT teed Over 1guaran
Our
: products. '
Klsolsass*. flria Final :tnm.av.nu. nQualUd -
Judrmtnt attested the tth na1ur.J.
day FOR SALE1-On. Bets Blectrla Wall and W
Q..*r.l prsede all a..te ... of September Itll,' That I,. a* Sheriff Nolle la' hereby jrlren.; That, A: a ;. Said land being assessed at the Plat. Practically new At a r.... class by itaelr? today for Ina
*Bile Stal .,of Oaceola County Florida having. Reed purchaser of Tax Certificate date of Issuance of said certificates In sonabl free fu'tir <
I V* r 'described heretofore levied upon the hereinafter 11171.':.':.t:1.I the said td day tl of afe"r'mt of.D. the name of Unknown and J. F. O'Ben .U. t-te. offer and what It means to you. Th
property will on the first ry. Unless said certificates shall be .
r* yORSALE-My flv-acr J.
Monday In July the same blnath* floe and has made application for deemed according to law tax deed will of It;. two acre of rorodstrawberry ....R.2'- InaMaa "
", 'Fat Johnston O.; P. GARRET Sd day of July., i.u. offer for sale and tat deed to issue In accordance with Issue thereon on th*. slit day of.Iuly, land ready mad up) -
law. Said certificate -
sell at the Court House door In Kissim embraces the A.. MJt 1 9 4k Z t fine. two-Inch wall; nine-room house .
JOHNSTON & GARRETT mee, Oscola Count 'Florida during following described situated J. L. OVERSTR BET ;
,
I r.ropertr. new poultry Perfect abstract.Am Has
ATTO BNE YS-AT-YA W the legal hours of sale\ to the hlfhrstand In Osceola County po -.. Clerk Circuit Court not abl to ria..* for place a* It MiraacalnsEscape
best bidder cash In hand, the Lot 10 of Cape Breese.Th Oeceola County Florida.. should be. Call on or writ F. C. I
Offices 10 II and 12 Oscsola Band following described property to-wlt: said land being assessed at the lClrculy Court Heal) _ _ Howe*.,West. Yin street.. KUilmme .
"
ONE MOTOR BOAT NAMkD RO. date of Issuance of said certificate Inth .By 8. H. .BULLOC"-. 0, C f Was o'
x I Mi J family tan'
our phtal s.i
Building RALI Eo now located at the' City name of EX L. Lesley Unless said .).|t -4 ,
Dock In Lake Tohopekallga." In the certificate shall be redeemed accordIng FOR SALE-Two boys Butts. 4yearold that I coW not Jive without an opera
KI88IMUEB. FLORIDA City of Kissimmee Osceola County, to law 10tH tax deed will. Issue thereonon NOTICE. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX a..... velvet on* dark blue one ation. a. my flYer and rail sack were
the July
day of A D.
Florida. 121. '
L. R. FARMER, J. L. OV EIISTREET, DEED dark collar rrcn.and cuff Russian detachable.style.Nearly whit. I in such condition. I set the day togo .

Ai Sheriff of Osceola County Clerk Circuit Court, Notlfj, Is hereby given, that J.. E. new. Apply $01 Main street._ 4tf to the hospital, but then I saw the.
Willson & Aultman t5-5t Stale of Florida. Osceola County. Florida. Johnston, purchaser of I advertisement Mayr's Wonderful
(Circuit Court Seal) J'-it No. 1977. dated the .4 l.XoieJ: A.
Ntlc f Aaseatssserst D. 1918. has flied said certificate In my Remedy. Since taking I am feeling
IN TI1K CIRCUIT tOl'KT. ITTII Jl'l)l- I.r"t and 'has mad application for tax WANTED. like a two-year-old. I am sure I never ,

REAL ESTATE Chamber NOTICE Is hereby given that the CIAi. CIRCUIT. KL.OHIDA.. FOR IN HANCIIRC. UMCEOI.ACOVNTT. : \', Said certificate issue In embraces accordance the with following law. WANTEI>-Prlvat* pupils for the Summer er could hare survived' the Deration. tI

... at a regular of Commerce, a corporation P., Whlpple, Complainant described property, situated. In Osceola High school work preferred. It is a' simple harmless preparation
meetingheld
on the Slat vs. County, Florida to-wlt I : See Fri pp, 116 Beaumont that removes the catarrhal mucus.
day of May 1811 adopted the following Llda., E. Mosher, et al. Respondents.FO but lit. :Klsalmmee Heights avenue; phone 106. Sltf '
11 Darlington Ave. KissimmeeNEID'S ":)ItESOt.VED R ECUOH&R K The said land being assessed a't the from the intestinal tract and allays
Article ,VI of ,the that Charter Section of I the of I ORDER OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATION date of issuance of said certificate In FOR RENT the inflammation which causes practically
Klsslmmes the name of Mach Brothers. Unless said all stomach, liver and intestinal
.. Chamber of Comm.rceb. i To the Respondents. Llda E. Mosher. certificate shall be redeemed '
. accordingto .
amended to read follows FOR RENT Two-story ailment
as : six-room including ppendicitis. One
widow Robert V"arln-g and IsabelleL.
law. tax deed will Issue thereon on
BATHS The President .Vlc..Pr..ld..nt. Waring. Ms wife L. H McCareyand the 17th day of July. A. n. 1921J . I' house,' ,40A unfurnished On Dixie Hlchay dose will'! convince or money refunded.
and Main
Treasurer and five Governors Hazel McCarty, his wife, and W: L. OVER8TREKT. street Apply 'at of-
shall be elected by the members of A Cramer unmarried flee of The Valley Oaiett. or at SOl
: Clerk Circuit Court. I .. '
APPRECIATES THE SUPPORTI
this corporation at such time and It Main street. tilt :
appearing! from the affidavit of Osceola County Florida
Best For Many Diseases In such manner as may be fixed In C. A. Boyer and for Circuit I
attorney agent C. ( Court Seal) 27-St I
FOR
the bylaws""RESOLVED P. Whlpple, Complainant ID the above I, RENT-Nicely furnished "..t. wish to thank the entire voting:
styled cause, that your plaoa of residence ,1I Modern conveniences. Low rent forsummer. whether not I received their
public or
Good baths with water direct from t'rth.r.;; that Section unknown W. 13. Harris. 14-tf
are that there I.
medicinal wull. Open Tuesdays, 8 of Article VI of the same In the state; of Florida serviceof noperson vote for the support given me at the

Thursdays Saturdays from 9:30 a. lows Charter: be amended to read as. fol a .ubpoena upon whom would bind I JIHE CLASSIFIED COLUMN 1 II FOR floor KENT of! the-Quarters Wlllaon building 4>n the on lower DarlIn"ton primary on Tuesday June 6. I believe -
and that ;
you you are over the age of that all have rights reprdlnc'the
m. to 5:00 p. m. A short drive from "The Secretary of the Klislmmee twenty-one years; avenue. All ready for occupancy -
Kissimmee. Phone 208, Chamber of Commerce shall be appointed IT 18 ORDERED that you and eachof 8e*- J. M. Wlllaon, or Dr. polls which are not to be questioned
by the Board of Governors FOR SALE K. D. C. Watson, of Watson-Hall I feel that
you In t to the bill i and enough valued
who shall have the right to fix his herein ;flied; on h.thC's'::. of August Manufacturing Company, Klaslm- my past work to give me the nomination .
Orders for the water may be left salary and term of ..mploym..nt.providing. A. D. 1921. mee. u-tf
at residence, 614 Patrick street. however no such term It Is further ordered that this orderbe FOR 8ALK' -Toung" Jersey cow milkIng. once more I shall try to do my i
shall be for a longer period than published: once a week for eight $50. Also Improved Porto Rico MISCELLANEOUSLEARN duty at Tallahassee-Just as I have
until the next annual meeting of consecutive weeks In The Klsalmmee potato vines at $1.60 per thousand tried
to do
always
the corporation." Valley Gazette Telephone 188. J. N. Parker. Ute it.S.
( NEID OwnerTelephonesOfdcaa a newspaper published TKLBORAPHT. Touch Typewriting -
NOTICE In. therefore given that application -. In Osceola County. Florida ,_ Business Penmanship Railway C. ACREE.
will be made to the Honorable WITNESS mhand and seal of the FOR BALE-Brand new. steamer. trunk; I' Station Agency and
O. O. Andrews Circuit of the Seventeenth Circuit Court this 7th day of June, A. never used; will sell at absiolut classes Enter time.Day Po.ltlon.Guarant..d. night. W. C. T, U. MEETING f
Judicial. of Florida, any
D. 1921.IClrcult. cost, $18 for quick sale Rer Mrs
at Orlando or wherever Court Seal)\ Emma Mach .0. Emmett street Kis Promotion certain. References
.heD There- will
Net. rjt.f..r; be meeting of this
SI; ResIdence the of July. A 1 J. L. OVERSTREET. .Imo>e.." 24-Itx required upon entering. l
No. 113. his approval. of the amendments to the. Clerk. Writ for special summer rates*. Address union-/ at the Chapter House' on the

said Chart''r. NKWBLL. ... DOTER; FOR BALIS:-Th*. White Kitchens. Cat.' THE RAILWAY COMMERCIAL afternoon- Friday Jane 23, at four
Hours: ISO: to It:00; 1.00 to 5:00: KISSIMMKK CHAMBEROF Solicitors' for Complainant 26-8t Now operstlng Located In the. business TKLRORAPII SCHOOL, Bartow, o'clock." A pollf na' will be J
I I COMMERCE NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR TAX section of city on Broadway. Fla. (Upstairs over Brown's Jewelry program
4v DR. B. L. WILKERSON Rv II. M. KATZ Its President DEED Well equipped. Kissimmee Florida Store*. t -ltx furnished by the flower mission d..
(Corporate Seal.) it-tr partment and all members are asked t
.
DENTIST AllotJ : NOTICE I. hereby given That R. E.Griffin .
SECOND HAND OOOOB bought en1Aand to be
D. OODI3ECK, Its Secretary purchaser of Tax Certificates FOR SALE-Wooden washing present.MRS.
i repaired. The Casino. 44-tf
I Office Over The Rexall Store. i i.I 28-bt No 547 and No 887. dated the 2d day I chine, nearly new. Apply lul ma-I M. V. BOYER,
1 -- -- of June A. D. 119 nan filed said cer i street. YOU Can Swim, Kasllv with our re- Corresponding Secretary fi
In '
Clro-lt Court for the SeventeenthJudicial }
Circuit of the State of Florida axI1
In and for Osreoln County. InChancer
\'. Minnie B Rector an. admlnlitrotrlx .
I of the estate of A. H. Me-
JESSIE D. KLEINMAN II Cormac. deceased joined by her husband .
I \\'. E. .... alnant. ,....
Copying Stenographic Work i W II Jones and Elizabeth Jones, hi.
wife" respondents Foreclosure of mort-
I "'.."'... Notice of Master Hale Notice I
Phone 253. State Bank Building II I la hereby given by the undersigned. asSpecial
I Master heretofore appointedIn
the above cause that pursuant to a 1
final decree entered In said cause on ,
i the Uth day of April. A D. UZ. I
shall on the Sd day of July' A. D. 1022 ,
between the legal hours of .al... In
front of the Court House door at KIsnlmmee. .
Ouceolw. County. Florida offer I .... \. ;
CITYMATJARKET for sale and sell the Interest of W H. ;I : .
.:::
Jones and Elisabeth Jones his wife an _. \.
said Interest appeared at the date of
.
the signing. of the mortgage foreclosedIn
the above styled cause or at anytime .. "f. .. ..-
thereafter. In the following dfncrlbrM .' ". . )
property 'AlllnLotOf: .J .
County:: Florida t -
five (IS) of 1'lnedale lying and being.
Fresh Meat and North of the right-of-way the Atlantic .
Coast Line Railroad and of thepublle .
road a. shown by the recorded
plat thereof. The terms of said sale .. '
VegetablesPhone .
to be cash, with the requirement of '" : : : .
payment In cash or deposit as In my
discretion seems best at the time of "

.r the making of the bids. Purchaser to .
44 for deed. This th* first ,day .of ... '
Say., ,A. D.. 1922.JOHN 1. -..., .-..:., ." .
8. CAD10L.As .;.... .-I I
Rnerlal Master In Said Cause. ... ,..... )
JOHNSTON & GARRETT i '
Counsel for Complainant.. '. ". z&-4t '.lr,' ; { i :
DR. R. J.. DENNING ;: j., J
1 I Iti 't i-> The dollar growers get The hitth'dollar received. The dollars returned by "
NOTICK Of l4;
'. DENTISTOver PROCLAMATIONAND 8PKCIAI. ELECTION! ., ..., from speculative buyer by the' cooperating travwrs COS--------I---t.-.c! -___a$.i>cic.. -

the PostofOce. ( .
I, H. R. May .. Mayor of the City of ':::-- "
OFFICE HOURS: 5 to II:$0. 1.10 t..s: KUslmmee by virtue of the L '
Residence Phone 174- power 'Iorld"d, and bl/. R Oil ( .
bert as nCI''ye: Clerk of the of KIsslmmee. -
Office Phone 158 Florida, virtue of the '
by power '
In me vested, by Section 197* Revised Why sell fruit for less when
General Statutes of uso of the I ;
State' of Florida IIRRKBY GIVE NOTICE it ,
that the City Council of the City i I
.M. TILLER of Kissimmee. Florida, at .Its regular
adjourned meeting held at the Cltv "

day hall of In June Kissimmee.., A I>. Florida 1032. unanimously on the Tth : the dollar? I

Real! Estate{ LdHy? ? adopted the following I resolution: l you may get high r '' s
of
... ............ .--. : the'WHKREAS.qualified I voters'Twenty of the percent City i of ," v,

Bought and sold. Kissimmee Florida have petitioned i 4: ;t
Realty the City Council for a 'f When you sell grapefruit or oranges to a speculative or commercial buyer you ; .
House rented. change in the firm of the present .'
municipal government, and theelection 4,ilIL(4' get less than he believes it is worth. i< ._
Taxes paid and Title verified or a Charter Board. as '
:
for non-residents. appears file with by three the City certain Clerk petitionson and by f J w4;1"1 *. The purchaser of your fruit expects to make a profit and the am.ant he agrees r. '.-qI'f ,,.

Fire. Life and Accident In the Certificate of J. R. Gilbert at -: ..:. ; .f.fI i '
i City Clerk of the City of Kissim to pay you is figured just that much below the anticipated selling value.

surance. ::1 mee. Florida: I \t."... 'I'I
THEREFORE. Be It resolved by More the owned marketing must sell the fruit it handles : .
privately J
Indemnity Bonds. I the City Council of the City of I ;:;: average agency j ; ,

Klaslmmee.. : !I -:. r:: for lower than obtained the '.
.... . . ..... .o..... . .>*. That an election. be held on the prices are by co-operating growers: in nine cases ,
Std day of July I n U21. for ; out of ten '
le.,1in 1..i f;
if
the purpose of a Charter I ; ; ,,f'f'j-l"- t, .

Hoard KKHOLVEP.* Further, that five l ? ,! ', Why? Because the speculators and commercial buyers have :. )t been able to '.
P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNETATLAW voters of the .
qualified v
mdett. Kissimmee, Florida, shall j I ..: ":, establish the reputationfor dependable grade, pack and quality that is had by Seald"r': -
constitute the said CharterHoard
OFFICES l to perform the duties outlined I .. 'i" sweet grapefruit and oranges in all the markets. ,_ _
by Sections 1)171) tot IIN5. both

Winter Park. Florida Statutes Inclusive, of of tUB the of Revised the State General of : '-, . Because, too, the consuming public is slower to buy the comparatively unknown N &

Florida receive and the the highest five .candidateswho numberof . r and non-advertised brands than it is to purchase citrus f Mits sold under the nationally #.; .... ,'fil_

.I votes at said election shall .. ?;' advertised and well-known Sealdsweet trademark. "
he elected as a Charter. . ) ..
I.I I. Board thereby .a)
I S CHIROPODIST DR. J. J. HARVEY OF TAMPA I said RESOLVED.election only Further qualified that electors at- '... ". -._'" When a speculative, or strictly commercial marketing agency buys your fruit it-

l., i ,Will be at The Graystone Hotel of the City of Klxnlmmee. elections. entitled .. ", must therefore, pay you enough less for the crop than the expected worth at' time 1-. ca I '
vote In the '
to City
.. "'* '
the 7th and 8th of each month.R.R.R shall Special' be Election entitled to vote In the eatd s : : of shipment to provide margins for price-cutting and for profit. I .. ,


Bratton RESOLVED C. W Further Griffin and that J.H Mcrhatter N.- .e The growers' own marketing agency can sell the fruit of its members for the i ,

Stanley Bullock shall he clerk Inspector. at said and high dollar, because it deals in advertised goods, which" consumers buy quickly, and'x:: ;. !I '

fi
.
electionRRSOLVED.. "Further that In all because it sells under a brand that means something to the trade. :,!"'j. .

other respects the said. Special. w ; , f

election manner .shall.. elections be held are In now the same held The Florida Citrus Exchange has no stockholders and pays no dividends nor x d?

by election the City of City of Klsalmmee Officers". for the ."' profits. Every dollar realized for the fruit pf the members, less actual cost of sell'i'i ,

. Therefore Notice Is hereby given .;:. ing, is paid to them, through the sub-Exchange and local associations. They .k '
f-hat a Special Election will he held in xJ *&!
Ray'sJOACII the of Klsslmme, Florida on worth when ,f
City '} what their oranges and grapefruit are marketed. ,
July It A. D. 1S22. at the regular"' pollIng -
place In said clly for the purpo.e.outlln..d .
Rcsolu- 1'J .. .. *%
ROUTER t"n. In the above-quoted Join the Florida Citrus Exchange and receive the high dollar for : +

I WITNESS. my hand .. Mayor of the
\0 City of Klsslmme Florida and my your fruit. Consult tbe'manager of the nearest association or sub- _
GUARANTEED TO hand a* City Clerk of the City of KIs- #"
I
1 slmmee, Florida, together with the cor- 'I Exchange or write the business manager at Tampa, Florida. ://1 .
i f porate seal of said city) this the 7th .
Rid Your Place of i
day of June. A. D. 121.H. *+ '
R. .rA T, < '
As Mayor of City, Kissimmee. f t
Roaches :
J. R. GILBERT.
Seal ttwoswwt! > '
.. .Non-poisonous to Persons' Animalsor lh7t'M..pity. Clerk-Ctty of.KJsslmme. ; T e FLORIDA ,r. ; r

Fowl ..t'- I I f .;

Sold by your "GroeerSold NOTIce. Or FINAL ADMINISTRATOR DIBCHARQB FOR '> t S : '

by your Dra-rtrist-
I |...e....* .. ... CommtTIsdcr.. O-ls ;? CITRuSEXCHANGE
at 25c and &0e tntt.Box C*>sa>r. eau .( rl.rW .

.t. i, [
I In'r..'E.tal.of 9eorlfe W. }ertie.Notice *.
I. hereby .given to all whom'It ," -.-> .-. c.x.._Jam.. us. ._. _:. '"v .._',"' ,.- __ :. : ,,"7-V w.- \"'' ''; e,....,: Yn

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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEt GAZETTE. FRIDAY1, JUNE 16, J.J2 1 14y r .

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[tIN SOCIETY'S REALM ] SEVERAL FOR A JUNE SOCIAL BRIDEI EVENTS ,

I Several very pretty social, events
n'Ar have been given this week honoring. '
Miss Cecilia Overstreet daughter ofMr.sadMra.Geotg.w.OveratreeC QUALITY DID IT ORLANDO, FLORIDA.
.JiNTERTAlNING: REL'1TIVES. j : '
AUTOING FROM GEORGIA of 214 Vernon ..v.nue.who will 'on '

Mrs L. B. Tyree;of Emmett street, Wednesday next become the wife oT '
: is entertaining- her mother and sister, Clarence L. Eby. Both the groom and e
; :Mrs. W. M. Coon' and Miss Dorothy the bride have been active workersin YOWELL-DREW
x Coon, of ,Thomaaville, Georgia, whore the .Epworth League--and ,their TeCO.\:
n touring this section of the. state. many church friends are much inter,
anted in the coming nuptials . Miss .. .
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GOES NORTH FOR Overstreet has also been employed In ,f ,' Orlando's Lalrges : ,
" HER VACATION "
the Kissimmee schools, and has been
1 Miss Mattie! Belle Harris, daughter re-engaged for the coming year. One . ,
of and Mrs. B. will of the parties where Miss Overstreetwas '
A Mr. W. Harris
leave tomorrow at midnight for Wash guest of honor was at a shower YOU'VE BEEN WATCHING AND .WAITING--.AND HERE IT IS

t ing-ton, D. C., where she will remain given at The Bungalow. on Tuesday,
:for a time as guest of her aunt Mrs. a very pretty affair, while anotherwas
J. C. Ferguson She will, after a vIA a linen shower given yesterdayby I The Annual June Clearance Sale.P
s 'it in the Capitol City, then spend a Misses Louise and Maul Thomason, i
few weeks Asheville before returning at their home, No. 8 Orlando avenue. | ,
to her home in Kissimmee. __ BEGINNING TODAY
PLEASANT RECEPTIONFOR .__

GEORGIA RECIPIENT VISITOR OF HONORS .the CHRISTIAN home of Dr.PASTORAt and Mrs. T. M. Friday June 16 to Saturday June 24 a

Miss Dorothy Coon, 'the attractive Rivers on Friday evening,the' mem- .
niece of Mrs. Il B. Tyree. of Emmett bers of the Christian church held avery '

street has been the honoree at o' pleasant reception in honor, of .' "" .

this swimming week-soiree and other and a events theatre'are party being Rev.arrived Allen in J. Kisismmee Miller, who for has the recently purpose -. ; This is the biggest saving event. on the summer store calendar. No mat ..:,

of acting as pastor of the Christian I
planned for her entertainmentThose
1; guests participating in these months.' pastor during the summer ter what sales you have attended or what bargains you've seen, this is ..
two events were Miss Margaret Brun- ,
0 eon. Miss Virginia Lesley, Miss Lois I Expressions of welcome were given the sale must not miss. This year's sale will be than'
Overstreet. Miss Elizabeth Parker, by Dr. T. M. Rivers --on'' behalf of one. you greater _
r Miss ''Estelle Persons, Miss Carolyne the church, C E. Yowell on behalf .
IV Walker; Walter Bass, Elliott Gilbert of the Sunday school, and Stratton ever---prices are lower---stocks are larger---each day 'of the sale will be '
Walter Griffin, Donald McKay. Murray Story on behalf of the Christian .Endeavor

;i1 Smith.Overstreet, Roscoe Roberson, Bill with; to a brief which talk.Rev.Among Miller responded the out-- as interesting as the first. These are a few of the many Live Wire Items:

of-town guests was Rev. A. M. Chis-
"? FORMER KISSIMMEE MAN holm of Orlando a former pastor of 81 x 90 Seamless Pelza Sheets . . each $1.00 Men's Summer Suits at Special Sales

r" MARRIES Announcements TEXAS have WOMAN been' receivedof the Christian his pleasure church at here meeting, who the expressed 72 x 84 Heavy Crochet Spreads . each 1.65 Prices . . . . . . .$11.50$19.50, $26.50

the approaching wedding' next members of his former congregation 18 x 38" in. Double Nap Bath Towels . . . .25c Boys' Right Posture Suits . . . $6.50 to $16.60
Wednesday of J. Edgar: Bryan, of' on such a happy occasion. The fol-
Kisstmmee, nephew of F. C. Bryan Icwmg program was given: Red Salvage Linen-colored Kitchen TowelChildren's Ginghams and White Linene
and N. C. Bryan and Miss Minnie Vocal solo ______Mrs H. M. Devoreo
Hade, of Austin, Texas. The two Reading __.- Miss Katherine Miller ing, . . . . . . . . . . . . yard 7 l-2c Dresses, sizes 8 to 14 . . . . . Half-price
met when Miss Halle went to the Quartet __ Misses Mae Winn, Madge One Lot $5.00-to $8.00 Pumps
+ Cincinnati conservatory of music last Rivers. Eunice Rivers, and Vivian 2S- n. Dress and Apron Ginghams . yard 15c Strap Slippers -
a summer in which city the prospective Floyd. and Oxfords at . . . . . . . $3.90
groom was attending the Cincinnati Vocal solo ______ Mrs. Lyle V. Story 32-in. Lorraine Ginghams . . . . . yard 50c
university. Mr. Bryan is an especiallyable Reading __________ Miss Mae Wlnn Specially Attractive Prices on Furniture,
and excellent young man-and < Violin solo _____- Rev. A. J. Miller All Trimmed Hats at Half-price. Rugs and Household Goods.
has a large list of He-rids in this Reading _uuu Miss Madge Rivers
.a county. The wedding will take place Vocal solo ... ___.. Miss Laura Carl
't+ at the home of an aunt of the bride, During the evening' refreshing .
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Mrs. T. E. Stealey. next Wednesday. punch and home-made cakes were
served.

LOUGHMAN WOMEN STAGE --' --'- CARD OF"THANKS FLORIDA IS IN DEBTContlnu..d mty., support loyally our own publication port of the community that it la impossible
+ MOST DELIGHTFUL EVENT GUY ALLEN. ;: ]PASSES ON:
)t //The Polk County Federation of Women AFTER. LOX;; LLNESSDied : We wish to express' our sincere ( from I'ave One) everyone will find that othermblicntions in this brief way to expressmy
will take
-. Clubs held thanks and heartfelt appreciation for up our work feelings as to the great responsibility -
an all-day session on will make Florida In the to
years
and extend the hand
glad of
: At his home at 120 Brack cooperation I feel that each individualowes
the acts of kindnees, anJ heauti-
at which the of
't Tuesday Woman's Club many come one the greatest commonwealths 1o the end that shall
street, Friday morning last. Guy C. ful floral friends we prosper the newspapers and those en-
of Loughman was host. A large number offerings by our of this wonderful country.
and be known
Allen wife and favorably as progressive in this line of
leaving children gaged work.
a two
be-
of and especially the Masons in our
women from all portions of Every man, woman and child livingin and
Polk county were present and a 'de numerous immediate relatives, reavement in the loss of out husband Florida is unconsciously benefited co-operative all over the My hope and prayer is that every
and a host of warm friends to remember and C. Allen. United States because the papers of editor and publisher will feel his responsibility -
;s9' lightful luncheon was served on the father. Guy by the work of the "Press" in so many Florida are circulated and read almost
hotel with the his many finer qualities Funeral Mrs. Guy Allen and Sons, in to his community for I
would
porches, young women ways it be useless. to try and
in the
ilt of Loughman serving. The Woman's services were' conducted by the Guy and Robert. enumerate them. every. community greatcountry fully believe that there has never beena
nlj Club of Kissimmee was invited to be Masonic fraternity at Rosehill cemetery Mrs. R. G. Allen' I Every public question every char- time in history when the influenceof
and Saturday afternoon at three Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Martin. In conclusion: I am personally such publications was needed' more, andit
present, among those attending'.were o'clock. __ ...,.... __ __ __ _n.' itable effort every religious gatheringor a believer in the newspaper and the is my firm conviction brother news- .
t > the president. Mrs. S. B. Ault- work from the big corporation to 1
man. Mrs. G. W. Best, Mrs. J. M. For nearly three years deceasedhas TO LATE TO CLASSIFY the new wm been sufferer from continuity of advertising in helping while of the United States
Duncan Mrs. L. H. Ingram Mrs W. a consumption little village store, are atten ; people appreciate -
given
r cared for I the circulation of the local and honorable efforts to meet
B.. Makinson assiduously by his paper our
Mrs.
George T. tion.
:Mrs. Paul Stanley. Mrs. Emma Sigler Therm devoted wife, who is a daughter of .FOR plumbing H.M..B 7-room and llichtlnK ilwelllrmr nIKo'lw..ntyfour bath new- Sympathy in sorrow and trouble In placing. behind it the moral sup- I our responsibilities; I thank you.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bass. For the past Acre farm Hi IVshorn. under I
ason and Mra. M. E. Turner. Many condemnation of public evils, eulogiesover
three weeks he had waited rultl\Htlun: good house and hnrn InQuIre -
words of praise have been given' re- calmlY'for al 311 Main street )KlHfllinmee\. the departed' kind' words for
garding the charming hospitality of the end-having no fear, and glad to 27-/lx men and women working in the boardsof
enter the Unknown. The
the Loughman. women. the deceased, from Nashville mother and of a I&>ST--On Wednesday( . on or near ll.*-r-:I trade women's clubs and a thou-
# muda avenue, one army tarpnlilln sand different things receive senti-
MISS pVERHOLT TO sister from New Smyrna had been at Reward fur return to W H. Junes: mental attention at the hands of the
TAKE VACATION the home for several weeks realizing at store of l> c.ola Hardware t'om-
i Miss Irman Overholt, who has been that the end was near and a brother, -pan)', KlMslmmee. -xNOTH'H newspaper Does anyone man.think to buy his adver. a
connected with the Dollar. Limit for Roy. later came from Lakeland. There
,. OK APPLICATION POM TAX Lising space ends the obligation for
nearly' a ,year and has made many was a large attendance at the final DICED this personal service? Not at all. Thill-
e warm friends-both for herself and services at the cemetery-for the fam- is business simply
simply a proposition,
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for the ily had a large circle of Notice In hereby g-lvrn that James C.
establishment acquaintances
during that Tyson purchaser of TaxCertificates the purchase by the advertiser ofa
time severed her connection as man in all portions of the county. No. U and B. dated the 7th day. oC bargain offered for sale by the
ager'of the dry goods and women's Following the concluding rites Mrs June, A. D. 1950, has filed said certificates newspaper man, so the town, the coun.. tJ
and has made appll.
a, wear departments on Saturday last. Allen and her two sons accompanied cation In for.ta my office deeds. to Issue In ccor. try, and the state will know that the
Her many friends. will miss her from relatives to Lakeland and will probably dance with law. Said certificates embrace advertiser is on earth; he buys that
t'f the 'counters] where she has been so remain there several weeks seek. the following described property, because he needs it, to keep the
space
Florida to.
situated In Osceola County
ajidumi and :painstaking in attend ins recuperation after a long period of wit: weeds down in front of his store door. ... ", .
ing to ther worry and watchfulness. S8, Narcoonne, Section '
numerous wants, and ? Lots a6. a7 and But there is an obligation every resident -
where she, has proved herself efficient II, Township 28 South Range SI .
so his home that
s.
owes -
Section newsnaper-
REPUBLICANS ARE HUSTLING East and Lot IS of Narcoonse
iii ayoung; saleswoman. 9, Township 85 South. Range SI Kant. of being a regular subscriber, to help
Miss Overholt has been Instrumental The republican county committee : The said land being aasesaed at the increase the circulation and to keep
of said n>rtlflr t "s
data of Issuance
during her residence hero in held a meeting at Saint Cloud on Mon In the name of C. Hackhaff. and H. E. posted on local news, but it does not
;y building up a strong Young People's day afternoon. At that session! plans Pane Unless\ aald certificate shall be end there. That newspaper is the
_t, Union In'the Baptist church, and she were made for perfecting the organi- redeemed, according to law tax deed mouthpiece of the city the town or These Are Wonderful Specials -
will Issue thereon the 17th day of
y, will be missed. in that department, zation, and for calling a conventionfor Jul>'. A. I>. 1922J on ruraldistrict.. It tells the story of( _
also. She will take a brief vacation naming candidates for the several I* OVERSTRHKT.: : progress, of opportunity to the newcomer -
in her old Georgia home before resuming offices to be voted in the Novem- Clerk Circuit Court.Orceola and helps more than anything
work. ber election. upon (Circuit Court ,Seal).County. Florida.S7-6t else on earth to make the future ol: We have selected from our fine stock all our odd and

--- -- ------ -- -- each community and it's the duty ol( broken-size footwear each pair of which will go atone I Iw
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.._.. -- ---- - - everyone to assist in extending the ,
circulation of their local paper to pay of the We
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIiIOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL up subscriptions and send to parties price regardless regular selling price. ;

-= regularly liable to be interested are giving a maximum of value for a minimum of" 7
=. induce every non-resident visitor and
=- =- property owner to subscribe for it and money. This cannot be disputed when you note -f

". -== ==-= ditions not only themselves keep in touch but with to show local it con-to that each pair named below will be sold! at one price ..:..

',::::: == their friends. --$3.95 will give you the choice of these high-class 1
==. = Third: Moral support. More than .
= = all this, the local paper is entitled to goods. "w
= = the moral support ,jn the strongest:: 4
== sense that this word can be appliedof d
== The Bank With == every individual in the community. In this assortment will be found Brown Kid, one- .
== We each have our own personal viewpoint
the =-== on all public questions-there strap, Pumps, with Military. Heels; Black Satin '

are always two sides to every queaion. Baby Louis Heels Black and White Oxfords
= ( We want everyone to give u Pumps, ; :- .t
=== Ability = the right to express ourselves and ac and Pumps military Black Kid Pumps \
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I.. .. heels ; :
as our own conscience dictates. 'We)'
Safety Service and =
== and. let us give this same right to the ed Military heels ; Black Two-strap Pumps, Baby Louis .i
" =: iter. and not get mad and roast tin
',to- Willingness Secrecy afforded == paper every time something is sail<<: heels; Black Patent Leather One strap Pumps, Baby : I

ae '=-= are that don't suit. There is no one who Louis heels ; White One-strap Pumps, Baby Louis x
== .to Serve knows it all and is infallible; not even
e:::: all depositors whose =ss the wisest of us. as important as we heels; White One-strap Pumps, Baby Louis heels ; .., ':: .1
i may feel ourselves to be, and if the ,
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White Oxfords Military heels and Men's Brown
-iI editor and anyone do not agree on ;

DEPOSITS INSUREDBank dollars -I public questions, don't go off half- and Black Oxfords.
are at the 1 cocked and commence to bore holesIn I
the bottom of the ship that it sailing -

captain to a is safe a crank harbor in just your because own Judg-the Remember that these are all broken sizes, and it will rt

i.. \ =--= )'I.( .. . '-=- ment; but forget it and read the news t, be to your advantage' to call early and make select -
telling of what a great city, town or
== country we live in and get so full of t tions. It is possible that later on your size mightbe
C- E3 == enthusiasm over that, that we can
( -,' -== e .== forget any little thing about the editor missing so early shopping will be best. Come in I'r

a' = 1 or what he mar write. Does any- and look them over
anyway.
= ,
== .- one think they could run their home ,
I ,'p == paper and please everybody? We can't ""
= = do that in our own private business. \ '
,- Just let all of us holler our heads off ;
for our local paper-that will interest .ei
: others in it, and so the circulation will
I increase and it will gradually grow of
: greater. assistance in letting theworld,

OsceolaHoiinty at'large are.rDon't; know, who, where and ,whatwe Fred .sGilbert

4? ;forget,: the-editor-1* human,, .
t. like the rest of a8-ba. his town trou- 1 '
.. ': p.. .;, cI : bleabas'liisi own'personaLfriend.Ms'own .-- -. .*.
4' .. .//oar 9. ".A. M.. tor3'P.; ':, M.. == convictions and many times I
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jI"" '. ', "" "' ): '. ,( -_. 4 ( I "... U harassed and worried betwixt; lore THE HABERDASHER, 4 { ,
'l" ,.,. -' and duty and as a citUen.interested In
your' 'community stop long enough tq ;,106 Broadway Kissimmee Phone-14. ,

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