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 23, 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: VID01069
Source Institution: 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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t "' Kissimmee Mays, FormA Union:Church Meets DESIRE' '

L', ,ADDED DIRECTORATE Boy Scout Troop "Oh Ye Little Faith' .Through'the.Sumnier SWIS'.D F FACJSREGARDING

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i a WILL HELP' PRDJECt A meeting; looking toward' the -for.!I '. As,has been the custom during the FLORIDA,
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: oration of one or more troops: -or patrols : summer months,,four churches will .,
bald soon commence to do a"'with the
of. Boy Scouts- was at..the .

r: Greater Success Promised-. Chamber evening at of which Commerce a.considerable on Monday audience . Theman'who, cutsouthis! ; advertising up'the. one individual, union evening meeting-service-the ',meetings and Join to in Anxious ;to Colonize Thej;;

'r.r r ,For,the Watson-Hall was present.. ,Rev, WijiamLandiss. plea :that.-'b.u isn't very' brisk" must be a' close pass about from one'church to another Hesitate' Because of
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.: Organization of Saint Cloud was present ;: This plan.will have its commencement Ancient Data
; as was also some official of the Boy relative'of the citrus-grower whre 1 SeE to'fertilize on the evening of Sunday, July '
l Since its location In Kissimmee and Scouts interested in forming;:an ..organization 9.wien service will be held at' the T,Because.x>f.fear: *c.rated'bJ" the "

,,through the'"aW -<>f proper"'publicity which would- tak in at 'hisngroW''beciause Jt:;isn't'ft.uiti !r ery well !1" "- Sunday Baptist:.vening'church.-.snviees.will' On the following b. held circulation: of rusnon spread by those,
group of counties in this locality. totallyuninformed.. thousands of
j" the,Wtson.lIall"Hanufaeturlnc Company The Stuart Scouts were present in at-the Christianchurch; the next at< Swiss fear to take advantages offered,
'; has seen a gradual growth of full force.-- Kissimmee has already "THOHN the Methodist church; and the following in Florida;, where some twenty.two '

(& business in all the lines'of goods that raised one hundred 'dollars, towards Sunday evening at the'PresbyterIan. thousand acres have been purchased

fr it ''puts up and .handles through thet' constructing a central camp-and the -.--. . . . . . . . .. .'. .- ....-------.. . --- . . - . . .. .-. .,, The program will then be repeat, for .colonisation purposes. ,The projector
many branches and through the hands people,are strong-.in: their belief that I : ed wxtll the close of the summer. The of the enterprise are ins fairway "

stt agents.: These goods are of manysorts such an organization., would be a CHURCH DEDICATION KISSIMMEE. BALLPARK : morning- services will be held u customary to lose out on. the proposition+
f", and varieties all household n!cessaries splendid method of bettering the as well as the various schools and the' Sterling Florida Land Com-

...1 and all .are of the standard youth of the present day The organizer : and other.societies of each denomination panT./.with '.headquarters-..Genera,
toy 4, of purity which the manufacturers; stated that as soon as five responsible HOW BEING PLANNED FOR LEAGUE GROUNDSBig -the union services' to"be con.fined'exc1ieively witzerland, and a branch office at
claim. business men could be secured to the:evening sessfons. Jacksonville is now asking, that-:all
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,I I',' At the same time there has been felt ,who 'would pledge. themselvesas :.... commercial bodies in the state will: ;,

so" much tha'matertal'neei 'imisl sponsors for the local organise Methodists Will Burn All : Teams Are Sought So toke steps to set right the Swiss who
*" be bought for 'cash and i disposed of tion he would return here and see that are desirous of coming to Florida and ,
y d'r> in a manner' which keeps n considerable all detail. were carried out. .and the Debt Obligations At That Kissimmee May Be. POSTMASTER PHERIGO make this their home. The loc.al'Chamber

sum tied up. Some of the common first patrol placed upon a proper Early Dedication Training GroundsJ. of. Commerce has received a
stock, has been sold co those eager footing.. OFFICEPostal missive dated' at Geneva couched ,in
to buy upon their own initiativeand Members ofJ the Methodist churchare D. Woodbeck. secretary of the WILL ASSUME plain yet a bit grotesque language,
that has led_to the Issuance of much elated because of the fact local Chamber of Commerce* has which is self-explanatory, ? '

more stock with a view to having' a KISSIMMEE THRILLS that on Sunday. July 2, their splendid written to-the secretary of the New Inspectors Plan,To "'W.'bought'22.ooo, acres of'landln
Dr.JhVIi D.Wataon1 Levy county and are Inducing' Swiss
greater moral backing. building will be in condition for York Nationals regarding the UII8 of
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president-and btu!-ine man. the dedicatory services-because it is the baseballs grounds-In Klsiimmee -- IltdaetMssPhanSaturday counter difficulties: to Florida;-but en-
:oger. of<: the concern, has made 'arrangement LUMBERJACK RIVALS a rigid rule in that-denomination thatno for training quarte s. In the letter is I with the Swiss;
( with 'a financial concern house of worship can be dedicatedso .urgent request that at least an investigation July' 1'::, i federal' emigration. office at Berne to s

to sell. Immediately the stock yet long as there shall be one cent of of all conditions be made Miss Rhea Pherlgo, the successful : whom everybody' .intending to settle.
and that work. I. -ox. Impetuous Crowd Witnesses It and the abroad applies for information..
f of- encumbrance against fact! before'the proffer shall be rejected: #
auto be completed within a couple Loughman Team Fall that every cent of indebtedness is now and there are added these facts: applicant for the position of postmaster "Th director of the office seems to"be
oC weeks; and this act will strengthenthe cancelled' permits the long-desired '"Klssimmeerbelng but a small city of'Killimmee. is a native of this : misinformed about the climaterlcal
organisation ao' well that there For Kissimmee ceremony' to take place. there would be a scarcity of the manyadverse city and is a graduate of.the Osceola conditions of your state-, u be..tatu. ,
I
,'. bother funds. ", Some ten there was felt which that it ie rnoet.unhealthyand cannot
regarding
wUl be no - years ago propositions are so high school She Is an accomplished
.1 'This week there hat been a partial "A, base ,n balls to A. McLean, a the need of a new house of worship often
I? n- !"&,anbation: of the company, eacriflee-an>error together, with' a among the, Methodists; and that feel- ", ","Kissunmee located'' on one of the, recognised-able.-...is tant. to,the hGtJ') he :'pretends .the-'Jrr0'Uft4If'beIaI','-j ',>
(' caused by the purchase-of-stock by triple,by Sam Story'and schoolboy; ng'grew-until arrangements: wen the flahingest' lakes in Florida' legalfirm of Johnston & Garrett -for swandW-and.feven'to-' 'be .n ry.corn-', :
,- '1 P.'Ai: Nays O. W. Persons W..A..HU. muff.of R fly ball by outfielder Brook.er. made for the erection the presentedifice. s ,"Kissimmee has as fine a nine-hole some years' Her segregation-'from': e ,. jWe '
s' and'"Raymond Lanier: and these four of the' Lumberjacks netted four But the cost of the buUding golf course a_ there is to be found in that office will be long felt. believe It -would be :'worthwhile 'l
names have been added to the diree- runs for Kissimmee In the fourth Inning sorely <)pver- 1 torate which has previously consisted .of the benefit game played here when it was completed It" was found "Kissimmee 'climate Is equable candidate for the position for post to the said office refuting
**;, of Messrs. Watson Hall and last Friday. These proved to be that there still remained a debt of and this locality is especially free of master and for some time it was believed those assertions that hurt' Florida- al.uover' -
Brown making a total of seven. Of enough to win. and the game might nearly ten thousand 'dollars. It was all Insect pests which are to be foundin that she would make no effort Europe. "
these F. A. Nave has been chosen as just as well have ended there as a sorry condition-but it could note the state."Kissimmee. for the post; but many friends Induced Thanking: you in advance, we look.
chairman of the board, and the first neither team threatened srlously for > helped. So the debt was carried is located but a short her to make. application. She is forward to your newsand" are'- ,. gen..
act was to have an audit of the affairs the rest of the afternoon. along and the interest was paid for distance frmom Orlando Lakeland of republican falth- end held,to that tlemen yours very" truly! ;
This work is The visitors were three runs to the About sufficient and ::. PLEUGLI;.. ,
of the company. manyjrears. year ago a Saint Petersburg Leesburg, other belief even when there were but a .' .. ".
i; being done by A. .E. Thomas, and will good when the Cowpunchers came to amount of pledges were ob cities always filled with tourists dur- handful of "the faithful" to be found .Pr .iclent.
be soon completed. T. C. Exura connected bat in the fourth. This lead was due tained one Sunday to assure the stewards ing the season-and these tourists are within the county] and republicansand Swiss"P. S.ambassador Kindly Jet, it know to,our,
with a Jacksonville firm is to some solid hitting by the Adair and the finance committee that always lovers of the "great national democrats' alike have been congratulating .at Washington
now engaged in placing-the small remaining brothers and Chubb aided by a little (Continued _on Page Two) I i. Continued on Page Two) her upon her appointmentto and 843 Union to P. U; Xhalman.'Swiss. Consul, .
the locals. After --- street New Orleans. Their
loose
lot of common stock. fielding by the ofice.Arrangements.
the addition to the the third Pen tightened up, and in informations about Florida are twen
It I. felt that have been made by
directorate! of thdie four' ;excellent addition to sEtting eight men downon PROFITS ARE GAINED SUPERIOR ICE CREAM Miss Pherigo to be inducted -'into office ty There years should old. wrong be and misleading"
allowed two scattered no difficulty in securing
strikes
only
{ men will add confidence to the concern on. Saturday. '.Ju.ly 1, at which
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d
.W and will set at ease .those who hits and issued only one pass. time the will be in proper information regarding, -
postal inspectors {
t't have keenly'worried lest the plant Loughman out bat ted Story's Sluggers '- BY SCIENTIFIC WORK MADE IN KISSIMMEEDetails Kissimmee and see that she Is checkedin. every condition in, all portions, of
there doe-
L should "tro to the wall"all of which to the tune of eight to four, but with everything in order.Whilj Florlda-wTor are wonderful .
needless could not, bunch their hits to advan- ynipnt..sued, annually bjr the various
have been
rumors .entirely her been 'In '
legal appointment has
and have harmed the plans. The May 1.ttfge...'i mis.'
transactions have been much in excess the five games played with -WadeTucker's By Intensive Headwork To Make Ice Cream Of take over the- fice.till a' complete leading information secured from. the ,
and the two to
while the June saps have Pets games
of should
havebeen made
April, Inspection by .
sources antagonlstlcal .
been more than double both those 'played: on the Fourth- July are. And CultivationM. i (Unexcelled Quality: the federal officials ..condition of.these from to SwlturlancLt the remov.alv ,
the talk of towns, people
both
months. ""' which will render all matters better
At the meeting of the. holders off Score by* innings: DD. dueler, who. has a propertyon Kissimmee is ; have a wholesaleice for Miss- Derbyshire who' has been The bringing of a body of energetic
'. men and the fact that .,
? Bermuda they ar. anx
-4 common stock which has been called RUE avenue, is one 6f the cream plant. several months
acting postmaster
400 who has made his land furnish eus' toreach America -and Florida,
at Kissimmee ._ 000 OOx-i 4 2 men
for ten o'clock next Wednesday
For than three months Lee as well asvfor the incoming postmaster.
more proves .they.are '
e..rptio-would"'
the office of F. A. Nave some of the Loughman 021 000 000-3 8 3Yatteriei him a good living keep himself in (
Pen and Rogers. of the Sanitary Dairy has a most invigorating project....:No
by-laws will be altered or amended : and Story. ; Adair good shape lay away a bit for a It .U understood.there is to be no "
>'. and there,will be a broader policy of and Adair. stormy day. He believes in- having beeu working out a plan of manufacturing change made in theclerical- force of scattering' of.'smIll' colonies ,'and no. '

"""r' business, .established Immediately his soil in good tilth--and in keeping ice cream for the wholesale the office-AIM) that-matters will run matter where they"commenced theirtomemaking ,

,tk' following of'the'directorate that session there *will at be the a LEESBURG. .SHUTSg |' UT Some: something think, the growing"M.' D."all in the his name time. trade; :'In securing the latest, machinery along so smoothly that the general ty-and they there-would would create be en.incen-prosper;)! ,r, "
.j., / meeting public, will hardly I be aware that any '
.- place when arrangements will .\ stand for "Methodical Demonstrator ; in finding a qualified man to lve; loroth'.to excel them.U poeel.;
same been '
1 be.made to create'a successor to Dr. but perhaps that. Is not .a ,fact. do, the.'.cfentlflo"work connected ,with change has made. bl. ij 1'J",." , if f
Watson'and leave hint to look after LOCALS LAST'THURSDAYCowpunchers I'ie has been cultivating onethirdof the class -of a-plant which he desiredto The Japaneseiin, California have; ,

," ..publicity and sales. an acre onl-Just a little tract of install' and now all matters have KISSIMMEE. PULLED done more to encourage great business
'w The Watson-HalU, Manufacturing .4,620 square feet-or a piece of reached that state where Mr. Rogers than"ordinary. people 'COD.idlJl'loo-oaDei'
Company has already done 'much for Suffer First ground about four hundred feet'long has made public a portion! of his the vast acreage-they have reclaimed

Kissimmee. and there is every belief Appalling Knockout and less than forty feet'wide.- About plans. "POP" FROM APOPKA and the great crops they,have raised!
that from this time on there will be the size of two city !Ibts. As soon as his machinery shall be ,, have encouraged' others to start In on; >
'
.. a m.t.rlallncrease in the monthly retort Score: 8 to 0 In less than a year he has produced In place at his dairy farm the workof the same line. Just so ,would these.

The of the originator of and sold considerable stuff. -besides supplying all crearn.INnjf'sta- Young Holds Visitors Down Swiss rbuild up"fine homes and produce -' '
of idea goods Is a good Too many errors and too few hits feeding his dairy stock and keeping{ tions in Kisaimmee will begin and crops of magnitude by the most i-
one and as'soon as a sufficient num- b y Kissimmee together with some its.land in better shape. :He sold off there will also be.- trade worked up I To Four Hits MakingAn Improved plans, and the whole' of ,

ber of reliable agents: shall have beenecureo4here splendid box work by Pitcher Larisey, of 'nine rows of tomatoes four hun- in nearby surrounding localities. Easy Victory Florida;would 'soon be beggingthatmore >Ii a
should be at least two of Leesburg. enabled the visitors to dred feet long a sufficient quantity There will be no retail trade solicitedor i might come.. d,
hundred of them-there will be a considerable apply a good old-fashioned coat of to net him $265. Preceding these he supplied. The wholesale trade will\ For the fourth time "succession
revival of trade. There will whitewash to Story' Sluggers on planted' August 12 Irish potatoes be supplied for the early period from Coombes Young was too good for '
I : '" NMANkCER'FORM.WELL''ENDORSEDG- :
:.t:: be, established a payroll of no small Tuesday; 8 to 0. and'produced a bumper crop although the cold storage section at the ice Apopka on Thursday and sent the $
proportions-for not only are these Leesburg played the best ball and h. did not k&p an accurate financial plant.and it may be that for some visitors home on the short end of a
good compounded and bottled and la. deserved to win. They trotted dut account. He knows however that time that will be made the delivery 9 to,1 .score. Story's Sluggers had I : -T
aUedin: < Kissimmee thereby needing the best battery seen here this seasonIn he made a good crop and made some point. their batting togs on again, collecting ]

.".:' considerable help, but there must Larisey and Porter. The formers In rood money-besides supplying. his The machinery being placed will be twelve hits Including doublet by : ...;.. ... ..
; .be .aid in the packing and shipping addition to holding the hard-hitting home. sufficient to make two hundred gal Buttorff Dukes .and Prather. Words Of, GivenTo >
t!V, i;, rooms.; All of this will be-a help for locals to four scattered hits did not While his tomatoes were coming lons a day-but the preliminary service t The- locals scored in every Inning :Approval -
ati..lmmend all should be pleased issue a pass, and helped himself to oft Mr. Casler put in sweet corn-ami will not demand that amount, it except the sixth and supported YoungIn Proposed Change: ..
t the business making rapidstrides three hits, almost as many aa the the Quality and quantity harvested ; is believed.. A little later Mr. Rogers hifrh-class fashion. Eddie Dukes -
\':hM1; t towards success. entire home team. Incidentally he netted him a nice sum. No{ better will erect a plant within.the city that took all the honrs both In fielding and In"CIty Charter'The :
fanned eleven. His battery mate Por. corn has been seen in the markets of ,rA
will possess all the qualifications cf batting. The big first baseman cr.ck-
'chicken' luncheon 'served btri
ter also collected three .afetl l. Cisslmmee than what he produced; I a high grade f.ctory-one tfiat will out four hits in five times up and the
Chamber Commerce ,, Wednesday
f CONTEST MOW CLOSED The game was settled in the second large ears and fine rows of perfect be a credit to Kissimmee and to the pulled off a sparkling unassisted doubleplay 'feature on
of the -
was day.'and'there
inning. Fallow Porter Olesbrookand kernels. There were stalks from ten I Ito stockholders In the plant; consequently in the seventh that simply
Larisey Singled In quick success fifteen feet tall and these have : were many in attendance.'Tberewas
there will be no effort made in the had the enemy bewildered .but little '
REGARDING sion. Welsh doubled' to add to the been through cutter actual business transacted -
p4 SLOGANS put an ensilage temporary plant except upon the Young was in trouble on more than -the prlirclpie feature ',being
;: confusion, and three runs trotted over for his dairy cows. Within three the ground of cleanliness! sanitary: ,one occasion, but was at his best with that the committee ', '
the plate. A fast double play Rober-I days from the beginning of feeding toaelect'n.mea'of /
.n conditions, and'a high quality of out men on the bases. Four times the candidates
five possible to be thewen '
Replies Should Be Hurried son to Duke to Miller, ended the ag thIs ensilage in conjunction with put. visitors filled the sacks but only once
charter
as board asked for
a
Inasmuch the Cowpunchersfaked other foodstuffs, Mr. Casler declares Says Mr. Rogers: "W are going to were they able to cash in at the plated; time the more',
t': So That' Committee May to secure names and malting
to score during the afternoon he had an increase of'milk amounting shall Welsh
turn out a product which we This happened in the sixth.
the that
stipulation P. Garrett.
'|V: ,| Commence, Work these three markers l looked mighty to thirty-two quarts a day. guarantee will be excelled by no firm walked.-went to second on a balk and should be one of the George nomln....' ' *
', big. The third weeuneventful, but As thecorn came. along' he plant.* selling to the business men'of Kis ,scored on Schopke's hit to right. A. M.-' Nicol. a.fluent.Scotchman;
.j: The misspelled word and the slogan two more were added in the fourth.: ed cowpeas between the rows in o.r- simmee. It we did not know this fora Buttorff broke in nicely, getting with "bonnie braes" his ',
accentuating
r. ? contest closes this week_that is, this Porter singled for the second time, der to turn them under when. preparing surety we would be foolish to -makeso three hits from five trips to the plate, sentences, was Introduced; and ,told '. ;
went to second on an and then its land for the next -thus _
v W "week will be the. last issue In which error crop saying heavy an investment as we are and handled several fielding chances of the work he' to do for the'
was
: "i- there will be the misspell i word cored on Olesbrook's hit to center. in his bills for fertlllterand giving doing. By doing this Kissimmee can ,cleanly.. He and-Roberson worked i ilL'ood In of Klasimmee in connection'with people
rl' found and the slogan to be suggested. The latter went to second on the his land precisely what it neededat keep much of her money spent in this syle around the keystone sack, the Orlando 'Reporter-Star one" of,
;
? Contestants will .have, according to throw to the plate and scored with a trifling expense With this .con. line right here at, home; and as the Score by innings: whose owners was present., He spoke' ',
out the aid of a hit on two successive start- variation :Mr: Casler is '
the published! stipulations until next crop reputation of our. cream shall gain RUEKieeimmee of the reorganization. ,the'Eat.urn
f''. Thursday neon in which to make re errors. kept busy,. it is true; -but he is demonstrating publicity we will secure some of the ___ 121 1X0 12x-9 12 3 Products Company, ,of Orlando< | of;;
turns but it will be an accommodation The sixth added another. Fallowwas what can be doneby .any outlying trade and thus add to our Apopka _____. 000 001 000-1 4 7 the plane of that organlsation-one of
% if these replies are sent in at an safe on an error by Duke' ,:stole one if proper enterprise shall be used. payroll. One thing we now' want is Batteries: Young and Story; Schopke them being$ the establishment' of a. ,
second when Roberson droppedStotTs MY. Casler "I have advan-
f: earlier date. says: one an attractive name-one that we- can and Harris. '
; branch of the plant here once it shall'be ,
'
ft In the next issue of The Gazette will perfect throw and scored,, on Cage over many 'growers, W'Is'true'and use as a' slogan--and we shall be Run Hits Error. established and had Its.
Porter'sthird hit of the afternoon.The that.is artesian well that will proven
'appear the names cf the judges woo: an pleased ,to receive suggestions along' Kisfeimmee ran wild.on the bases- 'great value; and-of the extensive.ad. d
:. will pas* upon the zvrlies sent in during - vI.itors added two more. in the furnish two hundred gallons a minute this line." Story and '}!UIOft pilfering two each. vertlsing of the merits of Kissimmee',
';; the past twelve! weeks, and the ninth for good measure.' After Oles If needed. Others who maylack that Air Rogers should :receive the cooperation Young pulled himself nut of'n had that he waste' tender free of charge, i+
issue of The Gazette of the date'of brook had fanned and Boyer had gone feature can sink a well and attach of all- local dealers-which hole In the second He walked the merely to typify the friendly' feeling"

.*. Friday July 7, :.will contain the- names out Duke Miller to Duke- Larisey hit doubled. pump-and-gasoline engine. --This will he has been promised; and If the quality first batter and the usually reliable between the two citiee-Orlando'and'' :; ..., e"
1.; of the winners of the prizes. ; mussed up Welsh's long make a little-added cost, it is true, of Mf products shall be kept to the Sam Prather put him further in trou- Kissimmee. HI. .remarks were pleasantly -'
\,': _ !'beer will be an honest and Impar- enough' to put him on first. Gillespieent but it would be a paying proposition point promised then is very. 'little ble by dropping two fly balls In( sue. received--and it is to .be b peCI. r-
1. al ''declt<'loW-b, 'the Judges-wh-, will them both in witha'longtripleor I am planning to, tile' my one-third, chance of failure. The time of his. cession, .Young, then settled down, that the establishment of the plan Jn,
:;: -.do their best to give fair play;'and Itit1 the last runs of the game. .ere-which will give m.,still better openlngwill; later be announced. struck I out the next batter-anet later which he is interested may.prov.he.;.!
KUsimmee got plenty pf men on and that is -i ;
i. to be hoped that each award will, crops; when ; done pre- retired 'the' aids' without damageRoberson's ;, .
,bi; ,be*, receivedin''the sange". spirit inwhichitis the and bases'couldn't'; but hit had Larisey eight left when stranded'hits; ume.\ .Ill get,a larger; tract.'of' goad .:". WiLL, ." TAKE.. 'A VACATION'..,._ ; *I : play on Welsh was''asinter. contemplated* O.. D. Broasier success! ttf! ;.Miami.whrtad'much "' .'*'
'''Yen.. i The Gasette'hasnothingto i ground and' run that in Just as careful : (' that 'It looked like a sure hit, but 'te'de'with the adeptJolnl''Ilth*
.,;.. ; do with the matter.'after meant runs. Pen fanned seven and a manner.' This fs a good.country" ., lie, Baptist, ehprch has'voted/ Fanny.picked it'up'from nowhere and / '
of
; no free*transportation.but al- It 'makes when Ita putor-.Rev.J., '''Av' Sutton... shall eomniaaion-tnaiuger-.form govern
; and
gaTe t mad
'= that the be.t.j' ; me.'fighting forced ;
to for
thla.week-oniy
see a"runner prettyfly.:; : mentjn that,city a fund of information
,, ?;
...; In hot 'weeks- fare
." ;",men possible) shall be secured for the lowed(Kou rteen- hits. and ; E.hear ,someone..say-that; no. one can have a .vacation "0( several : :
tatsubecfi
c', Judges;...and/' already''' this.' publication water-in. -almost'every 'Inning.. j make, a livingJterel". : 'AFootstepaiijr the than to be selected: at his option. :RETURNED TO GEORGIA; .. his jmduly regarding'brtef"remarb.H.'fet", ,
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by innings: i" He hu'not' ; precise "
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totaDU V Yeady the',victors.to.[extelld. oongratulaV7 ",". _- ,C ", f :-t.R"HE, ,'*, house'"',fly;: booming time. 'the e. week'will! be"taken; but "Mrs. W.; M'Coon-and.Mhe Dorothy sore that Kissimmee would.. 'never. regret .:-.. f '
.. g Kissimmee ,,*- 000 000 000-U): 4,7 oat like thunder as it walked across a doubtless they-will' commence during Coon-who ,have.been eattI.of their snakier the change .end xpre' oJ. .'
:: .Each acre! of walnut trees "la'bearwill ' LeesUnrtf 'w : : 030 201' 002=; 8 14 4B.tteri.sLPars piece of ,paper: have been heard ".bJ'. the Doming monthm-and Just where hfs. sisterand 'aunt, Mrs LI B. Tyreey of sed his willfngneas iendef-saen.''lai! :, ', w t .,

:-:: c produce every-,'year food ap- and.Story. ].'Larisey. aeientlata,.vlaltm.., the BellTelephoneystem's Journeys'will extend he has not made Emmett street/ left on Thursday-for formation as hr might )have uponjH' rj\. _

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.:. KJSSIMMEE: : VALLEY GA&ftt I: THE" CAREFUL CROSSING. ., CAMPAIGN, Boostlngr'For' Florida don'manager'I.I president and Hiram. Branch W. Mason.Rickey.treas.U I. ', .,i

'" !,'" Through New England! 'The letter signed by"ltnmalIOD.treaa1l' I
minds" 'drivers urer: ,
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) PUBLISHED EVBRY FRIDAY upon' '' has the following" to say : ,: -,;, , .
1 8T THE 'KISSIMMEH! VALLEY GAZETTE COMPANY of all varieties of vehicles but more especially ,of auto- I The 'Union"of ;:Manchester, New addressed}, to the secretary. of the .7... .. '" ., if, '
FLORIDA uobilesrtbcrojs ;being1 conducted a .campaign by Hampshire, recently carried a .threecolumn .. \' ., .
KISaiMMBK. now: Chamber of Commerce: .'At . 1 1<\ ....
t all railways of the country. looking to, greater' care.in 'illustration of the. cleverly ".1 havayoor letter of Tuesday;; June "' \:,)11'f"", t .". ,, .. ."r. .. .,...."" .,...L "............. ,
W B. HARRIS.!! President contrived automobile-residence in attention to Klssinv "j". }" " .. {, .. ''
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crossing the iron raga Suggestive posters ban been 18. calling our ..; >.1' 1
N, B. a.- VANS AQNBW. SecretaryW. which Mr; and Mrs. Charles E. Fates; training.. for our club '11 .,' .f'..,,' 0'"
TMOHNPTKB. Editor!: issued In! vastquantities and circulated everywhere foi mee as a camp I
L. et Kissinunev have covered many for the of 1923., we have not < ""w" -
the" purpose of the the thousand miles, and under season ''t.. ' ... nJ'f.I'I
SUBSCRIPTION HATKSOn impressing upon public neces. a special yet closed for our club for next year -,;. .- ... ;' ,.
Copy, One Tear_...... ... .. .- _.------........ sity for' care" in crossing intersections of the"railway date from Franklin the same state, and I will bring you letter to the attention ' " ..... ;
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+ y fUx > -- _...._....--. rigoht-of-way-althoul'b the public has.. >eeJ 'Veil aware: the following appeared *>s a boost forKlulmmees of M'r' Breadon. our president iti 4- :,: :.
On. Cop" """ 0 ...
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: On. Copy. Three ; ? for decade that danger lurked in carelessness; .and. "Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Fates of and Mr. RIcker our manager, and you / 1: 1'Z.. ,..:. :,\ : .. ;. : .. ".J'
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hear later g
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''w the Potofflee at Kleclmme. Florida, has been taken these will no doubt u r ;" ,, '
Entered at and i
( while possible safeguard ) ; ,,
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aeoond-ca.. matter.) every Kiasln nee. Floridamade a brief visit Thanking.' for bringing' this matter ., "' : \I::" ;"" I\j: .,. ;
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safeguards have Deer perfected from )'eal'to year.'then in this city Saturday in their unique to our attention I beg to remain_ .' -'; .
communications except from authorlud correspondent II increase in of drivers:"ol overland dwelling. Mr. Fates several "",' '" *. '' .
e All writer. still a frightful negligence yours very truly. 1 5' "' v.' ir. ' '..' .? ., ' ""' '/S
mud b..ign.d by th the the Gor : ?
owner of
was
automobiles when approaching a crossing.' years ago "IMMASON; Treasurer. ,,-t.'
Rejected matter will be returned It oiled for. Minstrels which annual visitsto ......
( t ton paid 1 .
I hF be to secure one \ .
If it shall possible .
r From this date to the first of September is there to Franklin and he had ,

( L Fenian Aot.ertl."R.,.r..t.t1w I .be kept up a propaganda urging greater caution by drivers several acquaintances previouslymade here. And of the major'would team.doubtless in'Kissimmee be justified. the I.,, '.',',. '.. .'.:., I '1

y, THEAMERICANp11Ea3AssoCIATION .of, all .varietleslof. Vehicles....Of:cotir.e.thlsTnean. since retiring-from r the theatrical heavy.- outlay Th.ere-would be-needed=expenditure : }, -- -:. --_. Ii
that the campaign I is to,be for the benefit of motOr. .world he' and his wife have made ; of several thousand dollars ,

; f FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 122.r driven vehlcJe ?-for rarely"is there a casualty attached! their permanent home in Florida. unless condition have changed
a' vehicle. ."To enjoy the northern climate in since West Palm Beach sought' to secure !
R'V to h ra -drawn or1 mule-drawn The drivenof the summer Mr.: Fales constructed the stipulations .
such show which is too often found such a team. After
wagons a sense the cleverest portable dwelling 'which
made by the 'club as to
lacking ainong Mie chauffeur -who are ever in a hum has ever visited her. On an elongated would were have be furnished in
what to
BIBLE THOUGHT! FOR HIS WEEK to get somewhere-:whether there be need of such haste chassis a regular cottage' has that city in order to make matters
; been built and inside Mr. Fales used
or not. There seems to be an Insane desire upon the satisfactory the city bonded Itself :
.. quantities of ingenuity to provide ev- 'DiE
thousand dollars with THEY
\ part of the driver of an automobile to "step on it" ai reasonable comfort which could for twenty
ery fence
often and possible and such drivers should which to place a high plank ,
forcibly as
RICHES HAVE WINGS-Labour not to be rich: as ; be: hoped for in a home of the kind. about the grounds, to install a water
cease' from thine own wisdom. For riches certainlymake' have cars possible of being pushed only at a twenty-mile Cottage house, windows provided with system with many shower baths in
gait; and then there would be no difficulty in hesitatingat hades and awnings grace the sides well-built bath houses a grandstandof

themselves. wings; they fly away.-Proverb. every crossing, noting if the track was clear and encased cf the structure.articles Along for the household walls are large dimensions, and several other Mosquitoes and all other bisect..Ju.t v' q
23: 4, 5. then the The driver who will many things-and then the club failed 'to for when
,y continuing journey. 'cross '' interior which pass away keeps .,
L use, leaving' an pro- The of
close the contract. manager
immediately in front of a speeding locomotive, which always vides a comfortable-sized living? room. hotelsof "
insisted that the local
the team
# a LIBERAL PUBLICITY BRINGS RETURNS. has the rll'ht- fway, and boasting; afterwards that "A couch and chairs for Mr. and West Palm Beach should split prices WATSON'SSkeeterKiller

t must "he just barely cleared it," is a friend of the undertakerand Mrs. Faleii, electric lights, a sink and directly in two-declaring that the h.'. -
PROPER publicity] must be preached and be should be working on a commission basis. toilet facilities are among the conve- large number of men together with
if city or county is to forge ahead. niences. An oil stove and refrigerator who would '
practiced any Handsomely illustrated posters are now on display the many newspaper men
.. times that Jt should are so encased that the room they them to send forth daily i ;
been
This has no
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proven many in in all cities and towns well) accompany
every public place our as occupy is not missed. An electric
y l.e needless to make it a weekly or a monthly ext. i as in the vicinity of grade crossings in rural districts )push button at the door of the but has would stories as to the progress that could of the be men,
give publicity
The city or the county which builds an almost pro- These posters point out the hazards incident to crossing often been used by persons who would in.DO other manner; and obtained iI. i-

d hibitive, wall about it from lack of publicity will fall railrdad tracks unless proper caution is exercised. It is I reek\ interviews with the Fales. A was, without doubt .upon this one is used. Made in Kisslmmee by WatsonHall ."

behind its neighbor Who .1. a believer in printer's ink. believed by many people that the only safe plan is to Scotch terrier dog. is also a passen- feature that the contract was never Manufacturing .Company,
ger In the car. and guaranteed by the manufacturers k:
Florida has many advantages, possessed by no other "Stop, Look, Listen," before attempting to cross railroad "The Fales left Florida about a completed. that the I' and the following' dealers who sell it: ':
t state If section of the state decides to hibernate It must be conceded se-
-yet
: any tracks. month ago end intended to travel the teams Bowen Grocery CompanyPeople's 5o
major
for it will\ require large sums later to curing; of one of and lOc<< Store, S. T. Pansier, E. E.
r* a season It is hoped in view of the many serious accidents through the White mountains and into would result in much publicity for the
forge to the front. Canada and 'then will make .a long Brown, W. W. Ivey, Central DrugStore
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which have occurred at crossings, involving loss of life city caring for them-but whether I Rexall Drugstore Roberson'sDrugstore I''
before for ,
A dozen there was no more flourishing sewing westward heading could fulfill all the de-
years ago and property that; every person operating' an automobilewill Florida." Kissimmee | Taylor System. Names of ,#,;,
'i town in the state than Kissimmee- nd it was recogniZed realize the seriousness of the situation and' resolveto mando. U a question to be seriously -' other live merchants will be added r'

I as such a community by every city and all authorities further the campaign literally following the slogan Government's Fiscal badidea considered to. In any after"event everything it is not in a' from week to week.
"go
spoke of It. as the place where the future was close which has been adopted: "Cross Crossings Cautiously.. Year Will Soon EndAs sight-if there be even one chanceIn I .
at hand. one hundred of securing what issought 1:
i Then, suddenly it commenced to stand still-at leastit WE NOMINATE WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN the government's fiscal year I,1 ,

did not forge ahead; and people began to wonder why ends on Friday, June 30, all govern- -- --- I
with so fine a location-such a centralized position- WITH a firm belief that he would make a mighty ment taxes expire. of that date. It

there should be a cessation of growth where everything good official The Gazette submits the name of William will be necessary for taxpayers to'
make application and tax duringthe .
e( :, had been conducive for a city of much importance. Jennings Bryan as a serviceable, safe, and sane succes- month of July or pay be subject to 1 Willson & Aultman

k It ' There were a number of reasons-some of which will sor to the late W. W. Clark, who was one of the mem- p nalties. : I

.r be spoken of later. One of these reasons-possibly the bers of the state road department. Using some of the All persons holding permits under ,

tM % chief cause-sllll exists to a certain extent; but this ar- arguments which have been placed before the publi: the Harrison Narcotic Act must reregister Real Estate tL'J.

ticle Is intended for an urgement for the city to taker during the past year Mr. Bryan would bring to this i before strict Saturday, July 1. Thisi and '
a requirement AND :
: very :
it* up a system of gaining publicity which will destroy that state A reputation which no other state in the Union should be fulfilled. All manufacturers I.

"" t evil-even ai the swift gliding water will, by. eroaion.c could boast. That he knows the road question is with- producers importers of beverages INSURANCE :

Wear down cnrightly elevatlone.i . out successful disputation-because he has traveled for unfermented fruit juices still 1

i i ;MImi has by its recently.published budget drawn at- the past twenty-six years over every sort of a road to drinks, mineral or table waters finished II Darlington Avenue .-
fountain and carbonic ,
tendon from 'nll.portlons of the United States-for the be found in the United States-and other countries.The or syrups r
acid to avoid being penalized
gas FLORIDA
a :figures have been taken up by the Associated Press and wonderful publicity that' would be gained by the should make application for registry : KISSIMMEE.

**!M ""Widely scattered. The publicity budget of the Chamber fact'that Florida had an ex-cabinet official in chargeof on or before the same date. ,.r'

"{a ,t!>f'Cojnmerca'of! that city has been filled out with five its road system would redound with great applause j'"F

,.J.fl&\Jrea."tw''.the one year$91,000; a sum stupendously throughout the entire country and with William overseeing CHURCH DEDICATIONContinued t

r,; r Urge even for a city the size of Miami. Yet that entire and checking up on the cross-state highway be- Orange Spot Inn 1 "

' 's sum.wllleome; back into the city-to a host of bene- tween Kissimmee and Melbourne both cities would over- ( from Page One) '

g ftclariea-before: the 'year shall have been closed. flow with enthusiasm 'n' everything.Let the debt would be collected within a.. A MODERN HOTEL .

r Ninety-one: thousand dollars-think of HI! Yet think reasonable time. All Rooms With Bath . ___ ) ,h

!'-,'**(s. '.hat.will result! r" Of,this $36,000 '!goes for employments all write to Mr. Bryan: When the debt was contracted there NEAR OCEAN SUMMER RATES Ten years ago' the annual production l
s ,: band winter advertising booklets" "For we've been a-tryin' were several of the members of the MELBOURNE, FLORIDA of automobiles in this country
a .next $20,000 years church who were relied upon to look was' 181.000 and today the capacity i
,520.000 Advertising in newspapers and magazines, "To get a road completed so we'd see the broad Atlantic' ; after-the lack of funds: 'John M..Lee is 2,760,000. .: 1

;, I$.000 for billboards in the, north, such as the "June"in "If you'd'take this position , /.,$&' :$&%; ; was one of these; and his death removed -> -. '

Miami" board on Broadway .in New York City U. OOfor ',"On a, ten percent' commission); pp'>{:. \. from the roster one who 'was FOR YOUR sTonwooD I .

: ,.' billboards near,Jacksonville-Waycross! Savannah, f'We'feel' sure you'd make it perfect j and[prevent >our ever ready to contribute any reasonable .
. i " .11 .. ."!. sum; and financial conditions' and Place orders for veneer blocks I .66'"S' ;
for for'publicity"work growing :frantic!I" > < your
_ $5,200 blghwaysignsy and $5.000 ; .
"" _' ,;:'; "'.', the failure of financial institution and split blocks', at once,for the sum- I \
q ....jjij the home office. .; ... ,-. rendered smaller contributions. necessary mer ,months. Blocks delivered at .n 3". "
91 ''The, budget, for publicity last year for all Osceola '"We know you wish to'rate I'ood-: from- many others, All of this $2.95 for 129 blocks; split; for stove Cares Malaria, Gills and Fever, ':

raw -** county.was sliced in two-and some twelve hundred dollars l- "And seek to do the state I'ood- served to prevent an early liquidationof wood, guaranteed full strand, $3.15. Deapie or Biliont. Fever, It kills I tfctem b
e. was appropriated for "publicity." Yet even of that, "Why not accept this proffer md thus settle future fate? the debt-and at times the church All delivered.. Phone 91; 516 Brack .
& officers were sorely dismayed lest a street. J. Bonnin. 15-tf ( i
,.trifling' sum not.one cent wasspent for publicity. The "Thus you'd benefit the nation- total failure might be made in placingthe 4"

;'Year'prior'to that.there 'was but one thousand dollars "Gain a splendid reputation"And building free from debt. J

11' ,. uzed-for publicity." And< what the harvest is to be for : possibly, years later, you would represent the state" Much credit must be given those .
the "coming year'"lor publicity" it is difficult to state who have so valiantly stood back Of 1 Best Fertiliura lasectiddei Sprayers Poahry SoppBe J:
the finances and have labored Honest Goods Fair Price
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so strongly Prompt Shlpt
And. that for the entire countyl I ABOUT THOSE HOLDING BACK BUSINESS ;:
R to bring' a surcease of debt Ask Tour Neighbor--He Know
Osceola with .Miaml 'j.1
Compare'the'county" county
u' from chaos of
a obligation
E. 0. PAINTER
fit- ;'.:progressive way. Miami, with 29,000 population, THERE are newspapers ever ready to "advance" the But now all things have been ad- FERTILIZER CO., JacksoiriDe, Florida

' J-alses $91,000pf which some $55.000) goes for publicity cause of the working man by trying to create trouble. justed. The last note has been lift- Get NEW March 1922, Price Lists before bsyiag. N e w furmlskwj .1

,. (_fi'i, the balance for music. 'That means about $3.17 per capita. One of these publications is the New' York American. ed.The final) accountings have bean "SIMON PURE sad "GEM BRANDS"INSURANCE

.Osceola county,,with'.7.00Opopulation, raises lDOOfor; -Hers-1 e a tiny: clipping-showing the policy of that against made. There the.buijding now remain'eomn no Ittee-nor claims : .)

k" .4 'publicity-or'-.about .fifteen cents per capita-of which widely- ead paperJohnDLkaya: the church building-nor the Bungalow. (II B
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"less than $800 was used for publicity. If Osceola county *-,-. in an interview that the financial And on Sunday with a special .oo. otOOOO..O O..t.O..OO..O..OOO.O... 5 3

'c had 'd"otecl.tb..ame pro rata as Miami there would outlook is very bright. What does the guy program all these mortgages and

,have'beef'more' .than $22.000 in the publicity fund; if on the park bench say t pledges and certificates of indebtedness ,

'Miami had made the same pro rata as Kissimmee there "The guy on the park bench" would probably will please will help every make communicant a bonfire of that that f

i; would, have, been but about $'850 in its treasury. say 'What the writer of that article has known for at denomination.On PROTECTS:

ti ,No one'"would for a moment expect' Osceola county least ten years, that "John D." has nothing in the :world that day, Sunday..July 2, those THAT y ySERVICE

,; ;to raise a'sum anywhere near the amount of the city of to do with the directorate of the Standard Oil- any more attending the moiningservice will 'f.<

the,lower east coast; that idea would be absurd. But it than the man who sells automobiles has to do with the have the pleasure of hearing a mag- 4'

4, "should by ,all ''means set aside a sum equal to perhaps selling price. 'While the outrageous price of gasoline Blshon nificent W.speaker N. Ainsworth..and sermonizer Bishop of, oM'

one-sixth of that amount-say fifty cents per capita, deserves the contempt and contumely heaped upon the Florida South Georgia, and Alabama THAT SATISFIES

rt, which would give $3,600 as a nucleus with which tor makers of that price-because it Is simply and whollya ) who will make his first official visit ;..f.IUPFERS' .

r ommence some 'publicity work which would bring such case of robbery-all John D. does is t'o receive his to the state. He comes here at theinsistence

'zO results that the) people of their own volition would share of the immense dividends just as other stock- of Rev. R. F. Hodnett, pastor : INSURANCE: AGENCY: ';::1
of the church and of the
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desire Increase it another receive and in the country presiding L
; to year holders ; possibly every man rider of the Orlando district, Rev. J. r
.. not a stockholder wishes he owned a block or two. P. Gilbert, and will preach the dedicatory 'I:t

LIBERALITY OF. THE RAILWAYS. In olden day. "the guy. on the park bench," instead sermon and conduct the ser-
;\ continuing to loaf at nothing' per day would take vice. Bishop Ainsworth was for

Yt ,*...NOW.,th* railways are feeling' that they can 1er. a.job at something per day until he could better him. many' years president of the the first female -. '
*% : columns of boost- couldn't the two dollars he actually college, in America- Wesleyan
liberal 'and are sending out numerous self. If he get' was college at Macon-and has al-
- .. ,frig propaganda, all of 'which Sa i "released upon receipt. 'worth he would take the dollar he could get-on the prin- lilli'

If you please, the railways would like to have all this ciple that half a loaf was more advantageous: than TK, eminentapeaker.

f-" stuff printed in the columns of the paper--and they, bread at all; and no &'I'eat.lencth of..time,elapsed beforehe fortunate as to be present at these .

p, -ach of them will be just simply delighted ff after the was making good The clock-watcher rarely roakei services. will ever remember the'occasion. A

:J matter is printed. a marked copy of the paper be. sent a success; the' minute-quitter not a job-holder; th Cheap fJour

-. ;ito them. jnan who works'with merely pay-day 'in view is not the KISSIMMEE BALL PARK

'. /f The Seaboard has very kindly sent out couple; oft employe who makes good for "the boss" or for himself, .' 4i
is some '
t ;columns "prepared by our president" regarding YeorganlUation It is the workman who takes as much interest in matters (Continued from page 1) Rising.used. by In appearance manufacturers it may deceive in- making experts.Self 1: 1(.

: of the whole mix-but fall.t nay: "Enclosed as the owner-who tries to save at'eTery cornel Sport. Protect your table by siding '
please,find round-trip ticket Jacksonville to Somewhere,, for the good 'of the firm-who ask for fair play and not{ "Transportation to all points ir dd -S ,

;Which we trust you will rind it convenient to use When for special favors--who makes the. success. And 'those, Florida from Kissimmee Is most ex.eellent4lt.her ..... .I
rail
4 by or by automo--
1 ;;we hav our train' aU,rnad* up and_ready to start the 'men,are not found"on,, park. !Sench." r&, :.'I''

c additional "weight of on* passenger doesn't amount to bile."We can furnish you with any added ; .41
,: r. much; so get right on and make yourself at-lio n.." Information but believe it woul "
THE happiness of life maybe; greatly increased P
x fThe general' ,''pubHe 1 Is about '_ much interested. in \ be better for you to personally" investigate j ,JI
there lane whose vole
small courtesies in which parade,
conditions
yourself or b .
] 7.r
th Seaboard the- Brtatolboard
'- reorganization of ,. or .
still tease and which manifest themselves bj :
fa too to ; representative.'l :
Q'.n'
your
, as:It'I&.II\ the increase"of! th.. price of sf nd 'to'.make tender and affectionate looks' and little kind acts of 1.. :'\" '* feeL that Kissimmee would bian .. ..
sand'Vlehes the'aoliees of Sahara 'and ,TheXJatett .... \ -: .
down la
.v\ : tent.owed : : : : *. Ideal,:;location 'for* training"camp, ,.' \
'Xl- *,would. =v tai*;that'ltssdypttldng; 'rate* are '..ven ,,' ,;:'. and believe that when )-hav'fam, ,. .,... v ."
. ; ,
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A; 3.t ; doUars srcolumn.Thr. having been no -check endt -, Uiarixed .yourself, with;.aib.data ,yo twill I which.!. the highest quality throughout/ backed '
r WEI seatter'the'M cIa of courtesy and k'llboatau'at'Bttle / > ...
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may be inclined to the'same Idea.1pUeate.le&ten"were '
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the several sheets by a firm 'I': '
conununlcaUoBrtli of with
t with the revere ,' ?
reputation to sustain. At ,
your:
,. : ezpepsi." ."Sou* of them will fan; 01 \ written ,, fc ., ,. .
d4 of,tIJIe1ttter xre'belnf' atflised'to' 'wrlttsumiroatter. : ,.oiU good ground'and grow.np Into:be benevolence th* mind other secretaries,, and while no repl] grocery - ''., JLL LIL'U:, -'.... ._ .
'V
{t't.. ener4intrteat.' . '. -/ ., of others aMall..of them will bear fruit' of happiness is has been received at this writing fron:I BSsfc Miffisf:" C-' .
'v New York: a eommnnleaUon i bees, '. ac., W*. ff" '
'. z J.; .. n'>4.. )rJ0 I1iMVCa. 'more simple',thaafreatne :, .Indeed. ,, the bosont.vrbenee they;spring..,, One*Ablest are.allttwig -hi teosived, from- the ."Cardinals." 'oj f .. SqeerL''. Dutrilmler*,. Oriaa*'* !__oj."

s _('.. ,'to b ,aeaple uio b1t pea aeaar., .;. ..0;. .virtues, bjest,.soaaetlniesv-Ceathanu Saint..Louli. ", 'of which Samuel' ..Bra'*. 0. <-' OM. <-> ,M- .. ..-".,!-' -' ,. >iio "? 'e ,, ..-. ..ii'i.. !Sjerrfi

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3 % : Pay? Off That 8 % :Mortgage : 3:%: : W.of A.Kissimmee. McLaughlin'Again'Visits y.;more'who'was than' Scenes a a dozen resident I C&SMQ-- ' " ,TJAIRR.- i ': iI'I V'i. ' "


> I. years ago was in this city: on SaturV; Week *
d.-creetine many of his old-time Commencing d y, 'Juno 2G ,

.. b..: 3uii4.on that ,I.ot.,, ,I, m,prove friends "Mac"' went from Kissimmee '
'" ,i M one. your "Mone'y' to Sulphur Springs; which is now anactual d.
8.Payoffthllt Church '
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,. : suburb of. Tampa. and com. MONDAY
Debt. Drop n line to "he" menced to accumulate a little proper. .
ty then.h. saved little TOM.M66RE.
; a more money . in ;
l j : and purchased .0me"Jnore realty? was "
., CONTINENTAL. FINANCE. CORPQRAtlONClayton made postmaster; and now that.Sul- &: BARNESOF NEW'YORK" "
phur Springs has become a .town of Tom: Moore win'you'with'' his Irish
,j ;" B.ildi.f, Miami, F1 rid.. W. seed a lire wire agent I fa Kissiamee' considerable size has commenced to Smile, his

.;::...- build homes for himself and to ""con dashing personality, his ""genial ''good, humor. And
. tract to build for others. "M..c". has ''
the lotwi1Ikee '
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,! 14 made good.' He says:, .edge ,.your seat in la
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Hemstitching: ,ddtb: 'Mn' J. J.:C. Dolley: of Miami, representing "We have a nice'place down there tremor of excitement I ALSO I,
( ,D, Woodbeck.: 28tfMrJ the Continental Finance Corporation, and we are Incorporated; ;. and .,
LOCAL; with a capital $100.ooo.wa. in Kis- when the lines of Tampa are extendedas G"GET-'EMHP'l': H"
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fr 'and. Mrs Roy O'Berry;. "ML! almmee.on -- .
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;Wedn..dQy-maldnC' a we"belleve'they-soon-will be, then -- Episode No. 6--and .
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,\ ;. ami. are visiting friends and relatives hurried trip upon business matters. things will take boom. Things herein -t ti ,
,', ,i in liissimmee.yVideckhemstitching.. j A very attractive advertisement' regarding Ktsslntmee-look about as usual, but SENNETT COMEDY: .
the proposition is to be found there Is no good '.. the ,
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Mrs. 328 elsewhere in this issue.,, should not be-several times as large
'" Free Delivery. Lowest prices. Taylor as I find It. Some time when I feel WEDNESDAY
I r.., Stores. Phone 250. jcMiss' : Attorney James M. Carson, who un that I can' spare a few "weeks from 1 ;f* t '
'Mn.'Lens Van Duzer. Kramer Van derwent a major operation at Mayo o business I'm going to write some reminiscences "NORTH OF THE RIO GRANDE" \ ;
( Irene Ingram spent' Sundaywith DuzUt".nd'loin. Eleanor Gwynne; all Brothers' hospital in Rochester Minnesota . of Kissimmee, and It.will --Tremendous Western Photoplay; Co-starring
friends in .Winter Park.: ando, were in Kissimmee on several weeks ago is now in be interesting-'for, 111 have In it the '
.. Shaves. 15e; haircut,'86cj ehtldren, Friday-enroute from a.visit in.Mi Savannah and is expected, to return names of all the older citizens and JACK HOLT and'BEBE DANIELS \t '
: ami. While In Kissimmee they were to Miami next week, it was stated toll what, dl -
they A Paramount
, 26c at Casino BarberShop. l&.tf 1;
; guestsat' the home of ,Mr, and Mrs today at his office.Miami Metro p it and I'll rake up scene old'matters '. " Picture-Also' ks
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1 : .c Mrs. Fannie Minx and children of W. I, it'r 'or or Oak street are to remove next week chip in and buy 'the whole edition t.
f; to Dayton'Beach; The Graves House5 now has a few Fish Slashes SwimmerOff rather than let them get into cir-
vacant rooms. Now is your chance Saint culation. I I know a lot of things about ,
$\J: If. your car: is in need of repairs to get in,on monthly-'ratea for room Petersburg the older fellows those much older MARYiPICKFORD; :. '

,t;, vice.phone. DuPont at "77" for quick .25tf ser and board. '25tr ; And Death Soon Comes than I-and I can tell 'em right; too.":; In Her Newest and,Most Endearing Picture

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: and Mrs. Robert McKee -
'\' Miss. Wattle Bandy has been spending Dyer on Tuesday June 13. a Miss Dorothy McClatchle cham:' 1 Extremely Lucky "LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY" ,
, If- a portion of the week with some son. pion high school swimmer of Florida, On :Philadelphia' Tripe ALSO
, friends in Tampa. < was so badly cut by'a fish last .Saturday t
:,.". Many, times Tanlac has done what afternoon while swimming uathe Another card from W. L Marter,, NOOKn? ; TWIN TRPUB ES"
Bad debts collected or no pay. Results was thoughtto be ,impossible. It's channel buoy at Saint Petersburg this time dated from Philadelphia,
guaranteed. J. M. Willson. district worth your trial. 'Central Drug that death followed within a few tells of the extremely pleasart trip he ,No, Advance in Prices
" manager. lo-tfe Store. moments. The victim was in com and his family had from the start of "
, pany of her chum- Miss Mary Buh the 'journey at Kissimmee. The p>rty SATURDAYBUCK
: !JJpnorabl.'W. J. Sears left on Tuesday A. A. MeNeill of Arcadia, and Johi nor, and called to her for aid the moment left here on Tuesday morning at ....
for Washington to take up his W. Clark of Wauchnla. were guests the attack was made. Miss 0 elg'ht-thlrty-fmmedlately. after JONES in"TO'A
duties in congressional halls as of of the family of J. B. IIcNeUlof 818 Buhner rushed to her asrtstWnce- fund they could nit vole In the ther.1 *'. t
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yore. Ilia nomination for reelectionwas. Brack .stree Tuesday and *. edne.-. even realizing that she. too, might be -and arrived in Phila I FINISH"A

!, obtained by a very. pleasing day.Don't made the victim of the same fi.h. and I dells at seven o'clock the following i Western full of Thrills, Action, and_Per>-Also''
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' ; figure. kept her afloat until a boat reached Monday evening= having covered '
wait until your horse is stolen them. The. last words of the "KISS AND MAKE UP"
thee 'dying 1.533 miles. The distance included .
Think of itIn a few years before locking the barn door. Pro-
girl were:: "Kiss me Mary 'Is 136 miles of detours. There
my leg was no
fame of Tanlac has round the tect health
gone Tan
your now by .
taking
gone-and I am going too!" and she effort
at record the
,. world. The reason is merit alone.- lac. Central Drug Store making on trip
e fainted in the arms 0'her chum. A when they arrived at a hotel thatnom -
Central Drug Store. ,
John Z. Roberson will leave today few minutes later she was dead f "looked !good to them7 it was right .
Mrs. George Persons Mrs. L. B. for a ten-day vacation ("to get away the loss of blood. there they bunted the hay; but in the Bass Now Has Post of ROLLINS COLLEGE, CATALOG: '
Tyree, Mrs. W. M. Coon. Miss Dorothy from work. he describes it)- and will It is presumed that the many entire run there was no trouble-no Registration OfficerW. The
.Coon and Miss Harris formed a visit his daughter Mr. B C. Dutton. wounds were made by a barracuta, tire- tinkering-no punctures-and no 1922 catalog for Rollins college
is .
party taking; an outing to Tampa onFriday at Statesboro. Georgia, during' his sometimes spelled barracuta,' which rim-running. All of which added C. Bass has received from the out and contains a number of new '
: ; absence. is a long, slim fish, something Uke a pleasure to the trip ant helped along governor his appointment as registration developments., Christian education .iaemphasized
__ pike but which is considered as dangerous the mileage easily made. officer for Osceola county- by the requirement: of
Bundles of old paper are for sale Bundles of old paper are for sale as a sh.rk. and sometimes; at he having been strongly endorsed for two-year courf in Bible and Chris
at the office of The Gazette; lOc. at the office of The Gazette; lOc.; tains a length of six feet. Examina PERTAINING TO CHURCHED the position at the primary The Lien religion. Physical education occupies + '
Better get them while there is a stock. Better get them while there is-a stock. i Lions showed Miss McClatchle had I official desired to be relievedof previous an Important place'la the'new
' Call at once; they'll never be cheaper Call at once; they'll never be cheaper. lost a vast quantity of blood from the CkrUfs ChurchPentecostal the work, and the recommendationwas schedule, In addition to football and
I.a 1 28-atx 288tTue.day I two deep wounds one in her upper ( ) Immediately sent to Tallahassee the other major sports provided:If or
r thigh and one in the calf of her leg. Corner Brack and Oak Streets resulting in the official the men,'swimming and water sports
.1" Mrs. W. B. Crawford, of Thomaa- appfointment to have
was the twenty-sixth anniversary The wound inthe are special attention. Women'sathletic
?: wife Georgia .has arrived in Kis.simmee of the wedding of Mr. and used more than fourteen upper thigh inches.meas Walter Lorenz _, Bass. being at once information Mr. activities will-emphulp.thaaesthetic.
long .Air.desiring
r-'' ,to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.: Green-and Mr. Green returned on the lower side of the leg. while Sunday School Super ntendene--: < ', rcglstrattoir.' should regarding I. and graceful activities, at..
make
{ ilrs., J. M. Gardner and other relatives to Ki.simmeebor'the'comme gashes were made.by thirteen school. though ordinary games will '.t114, be
separate 10:00 a. m.-Sunday their inquiries-of official. .
new "
friends. Crawford's : > -
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!?- : and moration. There was a special din- teeth on the upper thigh. Another national lesson. Classes for all Inter-I 'I played - '*;
'children accompany her. ner enjoyed by a few friends- deep wound .The business administration/woric
among extended thrde-fourth s 11:00 a.- m.-Divine worship. Spe VISITED THEIR MOTHER '
;, For rent: Nicely furnished cool them being automobile Foster and of the way around the calf of, the leg cial bible teaching. 1 has been placed on a college ,basis and
"' airy flatsat summer rates. .LocatedThe an 'extended trip. just below the knee. 7:30 p. m.-Divine worship. Praise Albert Bearden'whq bolds a responsible three' majors offered'In.fti with.specLal <'
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Gazette office. W..B. More than twenty imprints of the testimony. Inspirational'' Singing. pssitioawitlthe '. ris over. tier house JJo",,&, unfurnished Rent: two.tol'7..r.room- Dixie fish's teeth were''visible on. the up. If 7:30'p. -m--Thursday.,Pral .. .Tes. | At .!Sanford'pnH.his brother, Kay. degree in this subject. two-year'
.f.-.::: 40S Highway per part of the leg between the two timony. Preaching. mond':BeardeD,'who is with Chase A secretarial course ia offered for those,
Main
Main street has been, blod'ift flee of- The street;; Apply at of deep! 'wounds. Everybody 'cordially invited to all Company in the same city spent Sunday who:wish to:prepare-for. ;daassecretarial
'" full week'by the moving of the large street .. Gazette;or. 801 Main' service 'Come." "Pray." "Be in Kissimmee visiting. their mother : work' \ti''and many ?"new.
frame residenc from the ccrner of 211 Debt Wholly Removed lieve.. ." Mrs. C.. V. Bearden. of 805 Emmett courses appear in Bible pageantry.

f' Lake to its new location; corner',Main Mrs. Ellen C. Livermore: mother of From Baptist CKurch street; and greeting their. ,many. aesthetic and Interpretive ..dancing'
.!lP. and yine streets. Mr. E. G. Vans Agnew.. and Miss St Ma's (Episcopal) Clench friends.. ] AH students will-berequired, to:talce.

"' ,' Id. Z. Mattie Bejle- Harris daughter.of Mr. The Baptist church'" now (In-a position -.' .Rev*'L. H. Klrkby.Rector'' 'The of'The public speaking ana all undevclaaa
Classified
Hemstitching : Columns students must take
any. ,.width and Mrs. W. B. Harris, left:at 'midnight where it can have 1 one aesslon,,.;.per
D,"Woodbeck. 28tf Saturday for the north. The conflagration/ of ail claims a general againstthe 9:45 a. m.-Church school. Gazette_glv..splendid service. week in current. tvents, ;1" w,

tjfJl1""' Miss Alice jver.treet.l daughter of former will tour"New England durinir buildin*-or, rather it win.be on 11:00 a. m.-Morning- Prayer and ;
the ,.umm.r. while, Miss Harris will "1'11\011.;, -Themes "On The Way ToDamascus"
'. Mr. and MrsS. Overstreetr visit Saturday July 1. ''It I. the custom of '. .... ,
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Washington and
other northernpoints
;: forme reslden4 of. Kissimmee"- ,..ar all denominations have no dedica ; A. I
"M rived early this week from Tampa to : ,- and _return at'an earlier. date, tion of,the building coo long as,then stranger within our gates .
F" act'in. the of bridesmaid at la an indebtedness ,All, .-velcome-espediaUy .theo < .
capacity Free Delivery. Lowest 'prices. Tay'for ; against it; -but the
the wedding Wednesday evening of ,,, Stores Phone 250. Baptists feeling that there was n PreabytertuChurch :
her cousin. Miss Cecelia Overstreet. 1 1 11: debt because of the fact of the many The TaylorWay"WE
ii' I Mr. and Mrs. L41burn Railey, nore.idinQ w vledjres for funds some time since had Rev. W. II. Dresch D. D., Pastor
Free Delivery. Lowest prices. Taylor
in Miami were greeting of dthe dedication. But the funds were '
'" Stores. Phone 250. x time Kiasimmee friends on Friday! not forthcoming art had been expected 0:45 a,, m.-Sunday school.
{> Miss Irma Uolsman, who has been and of these there, are many. They -and there has remained this en 11:00: a. m.-Worship and sermon
were cumbrance. by Rev. R. J. Sprague. Dean at Rol-
?if 4V bookkeeper for the W. B. Makbison former residents of this city ,
t"' Hardware Company, will!! take n position but for some time have been residentsof Now, however, arrangements have 'lins.T:00 SELL. IT FOR.LESS"WHAT J: '
with the legal firm of Johnston the lower east co.at. where Mr. been made to make full liquidation on : -p. 1n.-.Jonlor Christian En.
,j A Garret when Miss Rhea Pherlgc Railey has established an excellent the first of July-special effort hav deavor. ,
:; leaves to fill the office of postmaster law practice. Mr. Railey bad been in ing been made of late .to urge full I I 7:00 p. m.-Senior Christian' En .
f'\":\i of KUsimmee. 'attendance at the state session of the payment from all who had made their deavor. WOULD _OUR TOWN BE '!VOmIt }WITHOUT
state bar which was held in Orlando: guarantee and to secure enough added $:00 p. m.-Worship and sermon ,
tt:... 7' Th offices or Dr. W. L. Winn are I' funds to take careof those who by' Rev. R. J. Sprague. Dean at Rol .
: new located only In Saint Cloud. Wide hemstitching. Mrs. J. D. had defaulted. Whether or not there lins. J t' i. A 5tOrTHURSDAY"FRIDAY.SATURD?
& Phone 122. Office In Odd Fellows Woodbeck. 28tf will be a rededication of the 8:00 p. .Wednesday Prayer: Taylor : j
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12-tf. building when service
block. _______ ,I' Mr. and Mrs.'V. M. Edwards, Russell indebtedness shallbe the certificates' v < -:_ ,
Rev. W. H. Dresch.D. D., is spending Edwards, and )fr.. and Mrs, W. L. which will be as '' soon In as,ban the d. Christian Chan' "
some ten days on the east coast Thormfykewereamong; the'many cash has been turned to''those '
: over Allen J. Miller; Pastor. -
far south as Miami, engaged making an auto trip to Melbourne on
going as holding the claims; has, >iot been def )
; w- In doing extension work lor Rollinscollege. Sunday to visit the:ocean.and lave initely stated; but in any event there' 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School. AY
lie will return in time to in.its waters. ;The road while- better .
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will be breathed a sigh of relief when ; 11:00 a.m.Sermon. Thome: ThIhreefoldness MVkVMMMW*VMWaMavsvaa. fX "-'- d
than
conduct services jit the' Presbyterian In. the past js not good; and it is known that of the Kingdom. '
church on Sunday July 2. I I while it is patronized to'a large extent -. ists.I no debt longer ex Efficient Character." 24-lb. sack Pillsbury Flour ... .., ..," -..1! : .

I .t the present time, will enjoya < '7:00: p.. m.-Chrl-jtlan Endeavor. 24-lb. sack Best SelfRising,4 *&19
We are still booking orders for all wonderful patronage when nearer INSPECTORS TO MEET 8:00 m-8ermon. Theme "The :
good milk and cream as can be found completion. Need: of p.the Church." : < 24-lb. sack Good Self-Rising . . ." . . . >; //.>; *:.98

night in Florida or -morning delivered at a at price your lower door !I I Bundles of old paper are for saleat dairy An Inspectors Informal meeting sanitary of inspectors food and .We. welcome you. to. worship withus. 10-lbs.. Granulated Sugar . . . . . . . . .:<".:.f':69?:

than'ever before Satisfaction;guaranteed the office of The Gazette; lOc. the Florida live stock sanitary board. No. 21-2. California Table Peaches . . . . .-254 '
Sanitary Dairy Lee Rogers; Better get them while there Is a stock. and all officials of that sort, together Methodist Church No. Good Corn . ,
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: Jf',' proprietor. Call phone 27 two abort J -at once; they'll. never. . be cheaper.283tx. with their deputies la to take place i in : ;
f::t. one long. 20tf Orlando on Thursday\ July 6. It i is Rev.: R. F. Hodnett, Pastor Large Premier Salad Pressing .. . . ... . .. ;, T.35<;,

hoped at:that time to make a-permanent IC5.. m.-Sunday school. J. L.: 6 Cans Potted Meat . .'. . . . . .'s .;. . ..f .25c a
organization looking to the stan. '
J dardizing of'all -work of that nature., Overstreet, superintendent. No. 2Pork. and Beans . . . . .10c<<

and make a start toward securing leg 11:00 a.."Forgiveness.nu-Preaching" by pastor 2 Packages Macaroni . . ... . . . . . ?. ,. .;;15
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lii Low .Excursion Rates lal.tlon'Wl1Ich state. will be 'beneficial' to the 4:00. p. m.-Junior League Maxwell House Coffee .' . .-. . . . . . . . ,..p.,:35'c. ,

: ATTORNEY BASS LOCATES tional.7400 p.' mlV-Senior Leaguedevo Half-gallon Can Alaga Syrup . . . ... i. .... : ,v,29<- '

., \ OFFICE AT, NEW SMYRNAGeorge 8:00 p. m. -Preaching by pastor., Best Creamery Butter . . . . . v.,' . . . ".45c

Tickets will be .old daU, 'u tu September 30, limited returning Subject: "Faith.' 6 Packages Toilet'Paper '. . . ... . . . . ;.. .; .25e\ ,, '
I. Fullerton
until October 81, good to.stop-over stall stations On either'the going who recently 4:00: p. m_Monday. Literary and _
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'' opened an office in this city for ''the social meeting of the Woman's Missionary 3 Packages Waldorf:,Paper '. . .'. . . . :. ,25c,
or return trip or both, at the!If oil owing fares: < of ;
practice law has taken a partner Society. Campbell Cigarettes <. . . . . . . . . ..r. .,15c? ;

' r t. To Baltimore. .....$60.24 To New 'York.' ,e.. .,.'$69.88 ton and sit the Bass.new firm Is known as Fuller In'4:00 The: p.Bungalow m.--Wednesday. Story hour 2 Cans,Red ',Kidney Beans . . . ,.' . .'. .,<. .'. ,25c : '

r To Philadelphia. .$65.70 To Boston; all" rail $86.40 The new attorney is Z. Bass, origInally 8.0tkp. .Wednesday. Prayer 3 Cans!; FranklinT Syrup . . .. ., . . ;. .. .. .25c:;' ,
,, Boston tx>at from New York $82.44 from Ashburn.. Georgia, but Meeting / '
; : who has been practicing law in Kin 7:30: pY m* -Friday': Examination !e! FREE DEAL ,

Tie Atlantic Cpast Line operates slmmee.for seven years prior to com in teachgrsMraining course. Thursday morning, tq everyone buying one poundj'):" '

.1 ,,,3 ','ROUGH.TRAINS. TO THE EAST 3 :hi.lug family to this here city.from:Mr.,Kissimmee Bass has moved and OLD-TIMERS VISIT KISSIMMEE Helen. Lawton'Coffee' at 45c, we will give a quarter: I

? ; wi *excellently, : ,., arranged. em;of .sleeping.. and*dining cars, they are occupying the Langford Mr.1;' and Mrs.. James Cochrane were Orahge'Peko''Tea' FREE. ,r ..
Sound
details regarding which,-together,with a splendi4.seorte ent of l thus"trated house !in Ronnoc.Park.- New Smyrna .' .
visiting a'few of their manyfriendsof'Kisshnmee s SmallOctagon'Soap: : ,39c
ti'I Newsy .. ; ; .. . .:. . . ,
descriptive matter..eo erln.,Ealt m-resorts,,may be obtained'by to"""- r Saturday and '
+ caJ1IDC'OQ. _. -''' I ;**-*' .'(r '-* t -.. , SCHOOL. OF EXPRESSION! ami.fcaving' a general good time. "Jim"left' '..,:7'Package'VYashing'Powder! : "e *> *M "' ... -r>

a- -X' ,; *_-, -; ,-.W. S.-. GRAHA rrkket Agent1.' t' *, "I" n>- '" -t g f *.. Klmimmee*some-*-twenty-eight ree '
,, 'De"livery$2OQOr"More '
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:k Phone 87* ',". ,.*'' '*'"'""' ** ,: : .' !inrExpression: -' commence Monday five'years 'ago'' returned' to'' Florida j
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a --' '4 morning' June) 26,rat'..ny thorn 821 and'.ttJed'.t.Tampa.' ,He is'now,inthe'automobile
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JT* : Church'' street. The number of pupil battery-service: and '
; : TLANTR i.COASTS LINE I will be iimUed=and 'a-f.w vacancies!making good-andhe still remain.' I .shall. be' pleased to seew6.t,had become,of some of his '. .
( : /" !>}StANDABD} _;RAILROAD, ,OF .THE'.POUTH; immediately consult with parents who old-time frlen : -' ... a ''2..at.: lDaYbe'intereRedf;;. -/ 'It rane prGmbe,to beeonle.,frequent yis-;;, , ., ;; : .
.. ,MISS HELEN: Y.-,$AS .,- Ito? Ift''Kissimmee> ), .-' > a ,.,
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all sizes ....: .. .. 75c 95c .. "
iy l : Khaki Pants, good grade and BROTHERS & COMPANY HAVE BEEN MASTER TAILORS'FOR MORE THAN FORTY ,."...
Boys' Beach Cloth Pants, all sizes . . . . .-. . . .'. . . . ..98ei' :
;17'' Boys' Heavy Weight Overalls, sizes 8 to 16, at . . .'. . . . ..85cI YEARS, AND THEIR GOODS ARE KNOWN. THE WORLD OVER. .

1 Youths' Overalls sizes .28 'to 32 . . .: q . . . . . . . .$1.25 . ., WE. HAVE A SPLENDID LINE OF THESE GOODS IN PALM' BEACH. TROPICAL' WORSTEDS' ..7 ..--'.'" '.AND- ... --
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0"- Unionalls for-Boys'ln.KhakJ- weight'=rmn>-i'FIl.35 -- 'IN' VERY ATRACTIVE 'LIGHT WEIGHT BLUE SERGES. .

, Boys' Sandals 4. . . . . :. . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.35 .

Boys' Bltie Shirts . . . . . .,. . . . ... . . . . . . . : . ..65cJI The ,Prices Are Very Satisfactory : '


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1 aL 1-,, I DOLLAR LIMIT' STORE FRED- H HABERDASHER S. GILBERT .. : _


;t I If --
G. W PERSONS COMPANY -- 10OROADWAT--'---,- u. KISSIMMEE TELEPHONE 14 . '

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RULES GOVERNING THIS CONTEST
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"' The mf"Pelle word last week .waa "kh hl." found In the advertisement Spring Is Here!
ii of Greatness of Lylpi V. Story.
The Measure I ..
i ,: The ml pll d word this week .h a. seven leUere. .
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.. RETURN ANSWER BLANKOf
: t \ I the Mi.-.pelled Word and Slogan: Contest AND SO ISGrantham
' J!. v l. TWELFTH WEEK, JUNE 23, 1922 .

.i ADDRESS _._._ Furniture Company

t,,. t, '. The Merchant & Farmert Bank "ME ____________----- ,+-----____________=____.._._.____________ HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNISHINGS

The Misspelled Word Ii___________________________________ STOVES, RANGES, AND TALKING MACHINES
tk=' of Kittlmmee
?; : In the Advertisement of_.________.._____________________________
.
My 5 word slogan le! ________.____________________________________ EVERYTHING TO FURNISH '
r has one fundamental purpose-to extend and broaden its usefulness
(; tf!, to serve. SERVICE IS THE BEDROCK OF OUR BUSINESS PRINClPU'.S. -. THE HOME, FROM PIT TO DOME
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yvv pv pvv p Kv-P-w-wwm-f.AAAAAAAA W kAAAAe W W >W WW9WVWW1FWWwA. 4
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. '" GILBERT'SDRY Perhapi you want to replenish some odd piece here and there in the

YA yl t * 4 i GOODS, SHOES,' NOTIONS home. If 10, we shall be glad to serve you.
,; ;,; ; The Merchants and Fanners Bank of Kissimmee, is a great bank because J ;
it'i. a useful bank. We not only shall serve but shall understand J ; THE LOGECAL PLACE TO BUY

; I and appreciate the service of others. We shall accept usefulness WALK A FEW BLOCKS AND SAVE MONEYIt YOU CAN'ALWAYS DO

of BETTER AT OUR BIG STORE
the greatness.ii
gc "; ; as measure will pay you to come in and visit our Store. We Sell It for Lees.
Our Shoe Department Is complete. Let us fit you up. All the PHONE 291 ;
latest styles can be found in our Store.
.. Come in and inspect our Remnants-a new line just received. Geta
.
Dress cheap. '

0 ,, '.... ... .............. ................. .... ... .. ..' PHONE 35 JOHN A. ERICKSON, Manager. .0000.000.00..0.00.00000000000.00..000..0..00.0.- .


p' ft' '\ 'instant Belief from HeadachesMost **< ,


'II. NOT CHEAP GROCERIES
cases of Headache that come to 'us are distinctly traceable to Si00for
;' Defective,Eye-Sight or Weakened Eye Muscles Our careful exam- BUT GROCERIES CHEAP

{ination.'wiD disclose any,, trouble. ,

<0 ., Ii ISN'T THAT GOOD? '

:: : :SANDERSON.., Optometristy- -' Our Phone Number is 176' and we DeliverThe .. a Large. Roll of Matched .Remnants 4This

' Phone 289' Goods .
.i' 5 OJ,4', 26 Broadway'1;.:' ....., . ., . .- "
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FLOY = '
= Ru : : : ::>> is
.J. .' ..... ..; . a big lot of goods for your a...:,
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1' A A .AAAAA A A_A c: : 4G4$4$4 a
...........0..............: .T.TTT T. TT T. money. Come and see them. Only
4 .'!: _ - i :
; YOU ARE MISTAKENIf
65 rolls left to at this
., go price
you think we have no bargains i MANHATTAN BARBER SHOPDAKIN
for you since the Sale is
trY
it over. Lots of things we are AVENUE-NEXT TO NEWBY INN I LYLES V. STORY & COMPANY
running.at the same price.
w You will find everything in our NEATEST PLACE OF THE KIND IN CENTRAL FLORIDA DRY. GOODS. snbEs. MEN'S FURNISHINGSAND

Store priced lower than any- NOTIONS 'f h

r where elee. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
J JRp Every week we get in poire- Good Service and Cleanliness S '
OOOOOOOo.oo.oooooooooooooooo.oooo.ooo
i thing new and up-to-date. . ____._....... . t.o.to.oo.o.ow .
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Shoes andHosiery I o.oooO'OOOOOOOO.oooo. .oo OO..OOOOOOOO..OOO: .OOtO.
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Shine while wait
you

HEY! > +
We have big values and low

. Times When You prices latest.on Shoes; Guaranteed that are the altsolid Cigars, Cigarets and Tobaccos

Appreciate very leather. Why pay more When was the last time you Kissimmee
Your
than our prices! More new treated the folks to some ice
hunt Well, .
week cream how about
'.' ,Brunswick Most styles coming every giving them a surprise by taking -
-
.home a quart of Tampa's Plumbing Shop-
p .Did yen'' ever atop to think The Manhattan famous Frozen-Rite Ice Cream. :
McCauley's Dep't. Store
that a phonograph 1* on of chuck full of fruit A different
flavor each day., with Vanillaall
;, the few. things you can boy Sells It For LessEMMETT the time! And it's only 50c Plumbing, Heating, Repair .
+ that an good 365 days in tba
a quart; pints 25c; dish lOc; We SpedalUo laContraciing
'
,year., rain or shine cone 6c. Frozen Sodas, Cc

} ,,Not to own'a phonograph or _ . . _ . :. _ _ ."'- ter.Sandwiches All lOc; pie 5c the quar. |&, Repairing i :
.. .. 20c cigarettes
4 f 1" 'I to buy one without first hear ..o..o..... o..o..... 0000 .9 .O..O.O' packages for 35c; $1.50 a car.two y
ing'The Brunswick-the ao- -TH&Peopl :- ton. Roasted peanuts hot all And we Guarantee all Work 'to
-t' --cepied phonograph f>l the QUALITY AND SERVICE the time. 5c. Other articles in Give Satisfaction. No matter
l 5c & lOc Store i
., ; ,musical_ world-.is a.tnistafca, SERVICEGARAGE[ <& Is. what you always get atf proportion.our motto.Courtesy Next and Casino Service how small or large the job callus
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Theatre and we it be at your service.

.'J Silkateen. Silkeen and O. Casino Refreshment and | Phone 143

N. T. Crochet Cotton ___5c
f BRYAN 6 o.
: [ Men Pen Checked Pants $1.25Wide : Sandwich Shop
Hair Ribbon.per yd.llSc s Now 'Under New Management 4-
;-: Bath Towels .__-'___.:____IScLadies THANKS AWFULLYASSSSSflss. '
: Fancy and familyGROCERY ... ._ . . '
White Stockings .,.,. -S.- A .
ri ST. PHONE"171 T H -n. aT. no U900. I 0..0 OOo-tO 0. 0..00...000..0. ...,. ,
_.___. .lOc '
pair ,
per
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i Y 1u GENERAL REPAIRING .;
; Children's Brown or slack
a "f''I" L Starter. aad; Generator Work A Stockings perpa_...1OcBaby's
.. .' ... Specialty Rubber Pants per -. HANSELL'S GARAGE"
; ,':, . . ...__SSe
\\, '"'' pair _-:.. -::- :: : Our,.ayri Ii always {to please and .
: I ;
. ,; WlLDER'S', 'STUDIO, .X C: STORAGE BATTERIES BUT TOUR SHEETS NOW : .; :w0>go.the limit. to' do it. DISTRIBUTOR FORKELLYSPRINGFIELD __i..t"i'.. ..:.: jo k I'

+ ........ ... "1":. .c..l., .. ; Ey for; .- ; ., .rll. !',t., : TIRES.;
It's"the .
+; : Fr J" "t. ... .. : Real_ Battery, Every PeppereD Sheeting. peryL:5Se: ? 9" { .I . ' ,
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,! It.t: .w '" '1' ,'Car', Pepperell Unbleached SbeeU ", ,Prices'.RUktt: Qmick.DeBvery THE, BEST SOLD. ;
. r ing 'per'yard..s&; .. Tae Best.v ;
wy Service
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'We
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": - \ repair, aad, recharge aO. ':.Pillow'Tubing,:142-inch; ,_. ..' , '
r .f. "makes of Batteriee'and give Freef' [ '. ier'-' :. . Ow Repairfac Dep rt. mt utjie best in KistSmAII'wtirk, i done by:' \ ;>f
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:. '" .( : :: Motor'Testing. Our prices ire 'skilled mechanics with years of experience. Every given *'
-.. ';!,,J'.L:'" yy : ":i Ie. !; JfEI. }: ear,. ,our per ti
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.lowest.. .PRICES! %. CUT IN Tw : ... \ : ,,venal attention. ,Our fig Fire PrW : .,'' .' '
m positively ; b I' . ( . ;.. .. ..'.Garaf. .L, room. .for..Uorag* .;.
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;:! GAZETTES BIG EDUCATIONAL) CONTEST] IN SOCIETY'' '' 'I REALM,- on Mr residence*their.''Kby, return,of left the.by will automobile rid.be'.at:parents.Mr,home., and at;; 1ap.the: .,' ...


and Mrs. George W. Ot.ntreetr! 214
Vernon '
,,
t ... ............. ...... ........ . .... .. ......... CITY OFFICIAL RETURNS Mrs.,Eby avenue.la a native of Kisslmmee 'I

; FROM BRIEF VACATION. and here received her education-be
s' ::-' : 'Jtrs. ,Willa Steed Is expected to return -big a graduate of the local high
MI1: : : :Id .
I WOODWARD YARD -, the last of the week from a brief schooL For several! years she has
LUMBER vacation spent at Daytona where ahe been employed as teacher the same:

r ., The ass** .-Drugstore. .. __. ". was guest of ', her daughter. Mrs. school. which she was educated and
) '. Steed of the water and light office, bas proved so well her worth that she
ADVANlts NEW PLAN 'FOR======== ; I DISTINCTIVE TOILET PREPARATIONS. CARA NOME AND \ \ is entitled to two weeks'. vacation-,, I has been. re-engaged for the coming
but chose.to take them at different Intervals A
i year. very large elrele'.f' warm 'r'
ASSOCIATED; .:ARTICLES. 1'\\ '. i -and will soon have another. friend. tendered their admiration Jor

BUILDING HOMES: t -, i week of lelaure. | her in every way,!and kind expressions ';

, t. GET OUT .OF THE OLD RUT CHRISTIAN ENDEA VORERS have been many. She has been
active in church work in which ..he'bee.me
HAVE A BEACH FISH FRY
acquainted With the .
groom,
WE. WILL BUILD YOU A HOME TO YOUR ORDER Tht Senior Christian Endeavor Society who moved to Kissimmee few
120 Broadway .P1.1. 3 a year
r '_ , ,of_the Presbyterian church: au- ago-from which acquaintanceship:

'. - AND MAKE IT SO EASY FOR-YOU TO PAY FOR-ITThat ... . .. ... .. ...................._..0..0.0., .... .... . ... toed' to Joyland. Beach. Saint Cloud this wedding' resulted. Mr. and Mrs.Sby .
ast Tuesday evening,whirr thejren- have received wiahes'or '
many good

| t You Will. Soon 'Easily Own., Your'Homo, ... ........O..ooo.o.- .o. .oo..oo..o.... .o..o.o.o.. feast oyed bathing war a.pleasant and served fish-frying.on time a long in'boating A table-the bountiful' and been' their fully future merited.-all of which I have n'


.AUTO REPAIRING. table being.furnished by Fred Snow GAVE''PRETTY"'SHOWER. 1,
the accommodating proprietor of the. FOR .COMING BRIDE
new pavillion at this spot. '
afternoon there
COME IN AND SEE US .And will the plan Thursday was amost
we explain to youBUILDNOWL shower
for
! YOUR CAR GIVEN OUR MISS SQUIRES HOSTESSAT interesting the bride-
,
o-be.. Mlsn Cecelia
SWIMMING SOCIAL Ovoratreet. given
I 4 PERSONAL ATTENTION AT Miss Ann Squires wasthe charming jy M>sa ,Louise\Thomason and Miss

I CLAY &. THOMAS I hostess on Tuesday evening at a Hand Thomason at their. home. No; 3

bathing party held at' Alligator.lake, Orlando avenue," when the reception
.
GARAGE ''
''
rooms decorated
with Shasta
when a merry;party carrying a:plen- "were
4'-- AND HELP: 'K J S5 I M'M"E"E GROW You get an honest job.'for an honest price. No job too 'small or too eous picnic lunch autoed that point daisies and many guests participated V:
for' l'oUowlnar,vocat 'solos by:Miss Lois ,;,
S an evening of
pleasure bathing
for We and all make of Batteries.; -
large us.. repair recharge being the principal feature, with r.n Overstreet and Mrs."Stanley Bullock
... .. ..... ............. .. ....'o..o.... .o PHONE Z2 excellent repast playing.a clone*sec who wart Instrumentally accompaniedby '
Miss Helen Bass little Winifred
ond. There was a general pleasurable ,
-- oo.oooo... oo... .oo.. ...o ot..oo.o.. oo.o..oo.... time-and the guests of Miss Squires McCauley' brought into the room a rt,

. . ..........."............... .. were Misses Margaret Branson.; Lucy large yellow box,'tied with' ,festoons
Lupfer, Dot Makinson Kathryn Mc: of white ribbon-which was presented :
44400040 .. Kay Jeannette Squires Francis'Tress to the honoree., ,The box was found,
; ; .1 by the recipient to contain many very
Carolyn Walker and Elliott
..>! r j Neponset 4 Gilbert, Bob Grant, }Murray; Over- leasing and.useful' fte-for 'the
LAKELAND STEAM LAUNDRY street. L. A. Pers, Gerald Rivers1 lome-the invitations having hinted
toscoe Roberson. Bill Smith, 'Sam hat the event was to be of the orderof
Story. a kitchen'and dining room "show.em. ..
."
Rugs JJ all KEPT MARRIAGE SECRET IA salad course: .with iced' tea'4 ..-
TELEPHONE US regarding. laundry work you have after j ; I FOR TWO ENTIRE DAYSOn served; "

S i' the truck picks up- Monday. Packages tent out Wednesday will bet Sunday the marriage of ,Miss (The invited guests were. Misses

delivered Friday. Rush package picked Friday delivered SaturdayR. Margaret Kenton of Kisslmmee and Helen Bass, Roberta Bronson. Lucy
up Lloyd C. Hettinger of Saint dloud.; I Suckles, Grace Gilbert, Elon Guice.
Neponset was announced-the ceremony having i Wattle Belle Harris, Emma MOI.ler.I
; been performed in Orlando at the I Elsie Norton Cecelia Overstreet, LolaOverstreet
H. RUTHERFORD R. A. SNYDER
Lucille
Presbyterian Manse on the Friday I persons VirginiaSmith
I 1f ; i Special Agent Phone 49, Kialimmeeo..o..ooooooO.O.O.O.Oo..oO.tOOO..ooo.o..ooooooooo. revious. Following the ceremony! the ; Mesdames R. M. Angas. ;John-
couple sep.rated-th. bride returning : R. Bronson, Stanley Bullock., Calvin 't
F Floor I Coveringa to the home of her parents, Mr. and Buckle. M. C. Dupont, ;John, Erik..'
.. Mrs. L. M. Kenton. 610 Broadway, son.'L. R. Farmer: S. L. Lupfer-Jr.,

..oo. oooo.oo.oo.o..oo.OO ..o'OOOOOOO..oo..t..oo.. and the groom returning to his business J.. E.. Lupfer. H.. R., May.A..M. Me,
occupation at Saint Cloud Cauley, 3,L. Overstreet -W.O.- i
CORK ROBERT n lED E L COMPANY The bride is one of the attfactly.young street G. W. Persons... M:.Rivers;.
.women of. Kisslmmee. and has F. H. Tyner. L.B. Tyree, L' H. WUoV r?

NOVELTY WORKS a host of friends throughout: ,the;city M w. ..w...-v-, e '
,--and the news of the marriage was a ..
LINOLEUM ,
surprise. / .: j : .: .. .

: w eM Everythiiif r la- LITTLE BETTY NEWBY RUNS HITS AND ERRORS"Captain .< ,
I ,
e ,BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ENTERTAINS FRIENDSIt ? .
was a pretty little party Friday
M x W. B. MAKINSON ; House Buildiaf A Specialty.ALL afternoon which Mr. and Mrs. J. D. ,

Newby gave in honor of their.daughter
", INTERIOR FINISH. WINDOW AND DOOR SCREENS. Betty Newby, who had reached Lesley and Grant;; ol' Kisaimmee..

I her> sixth birthday anniversary. and Holloway. Lougnman/Msh to- >
-eo DarGartoB Avenue-Near Freight Depot. PHONE 21$ I There were numerous games played thank the players of both teams, a*
and there was a "Tom Thumb Pie** well ,as their IUPPOIt< from which each child received a'giftt'hlle thoughtfulness displayed ,on Friday., .
-'\ ,many gifts were received: by It is little thing like this that make ..

U was evident the men did not hear' the young hostess. "Refreshment It a pleasure to,play ball in,Kisslmmee. .
F.A.NAVEI : the threat and kept at -work. A mod NOTES FROM ST.; CLOUD pleasing to the children, were served. .' -. _
*, 1 ment later the man fired three shots The list of those present and particL would'Tather .
the first of which the Dating'' included Jacqueline Aultman. "I beat Ldughmaa.than
passed through
kf heart of Mr Little while the others Leaving for the summer Mn and DeRheta Alderman Winifred Brooks beat the New York Giants,". remarked -
\ struck her father. Mr*. ;J., I. Cummings Kalamazoo Edna Floyd Virginia Harris/Rosalie a-fan after the'ram Friday. .

,' Mrs. Little wrote that she was togo and Grand Rapids; Mr.- and Mrs. H. Hilton Claudia' Harper Laura-Har. Wowl Look-ont'for those mea,,
.
I ,'r.. Otceola. County...Bank Building to Toronto with the remains, leaving 0.'-Brainerd. to Chicago; J H., Tow. Dorothy Katz, Hilda Katz Edith on the Fourth. Be there early *

,. .,"'".....'/ '.',,"',--''/'',.:.J.,,''.,," ,"r'r:,'' .'" ., .' evident- her father the murderer at Charlotte was promptly and it is lerton to PC.. to Moines Forf Wayne; Mrs.; ,Sarah'E.Fennimore Indiana.. Leslie son, Jimmie, Joy .Farmer Makinson, Harry, Carol Hess Makin Willie "Doc"in Simpson 'bancWT !a. hard ,
q. game splendid shape but ought to *
. ; rt ; ;(; arrested because, ahe adds, that she .P. D. Marine and cle Josh" Prather, Robbie Minick, Jack: Ty- be reported to Landbr
i' ; i !' ; ;i/High/ Class Investments will have to at once:'return to attend : nU were, ree Billie Tyre, and two little cousins ,Commissioner. ,*, -- '
Klssimmee visitors for i
t Wednesday.Mr. being late
on
.. , . ,
.
\'rf; 17i!! ,.. ,'." I ;. > the trial. The friends of the family from..Orlando-.J.nico'' Wilbur '
I will receive the news of the tragedy and Mrs. Charles 'Denig'havereturned Zurn.,,_ KUslmmee. ought to.be proud of'a
., . .. OOOOt..... to..t..o.OOOt..oo..ooo..0. with much regret as all were well!, from their visit to Tampa. ENTERTAINED GUESTSAT team composed: entire V '"tf home

.1 thought of.LANDS.> SWIMMING, PARTY "brewV who'can go out and wbr.fif
::1 .: BARTON LAKE teen out'of nineteen games,.:with] mbr"'
000400460400
--too o.uoo.ooooo..ooo.1 In compliment to her sister-in-law.
A GOOD POSITION .Miss Grace Williams, who has beena to .copae.. r
tI'1
Miss Estelle Persons, who has just !
pupil in the Orlando high school,
The Clarence E. Woods, a former editorof has returned home removed to Kisslmmee from Ameri- Four,hits beat,Lougbmarc but It-.:
OSCEOLA the Eustis Lake and cue. Georgia and to Miss Dorothy wasnt nearly enough.against-"Lees-
-1 Broadway of the live wires of the Region Florida Press one Ben Stradley and family have located Coon, of Thomasvllle, Georgia. Mrs.G. burg.- Anyway;;-Larisey had,'one of
Association has secured the post of near Barton Lake for the sum W. Persons ,entertained a swimming his good days.Welcome .,, : +
"
Millinery mer. party at Lakeside Park Monday .
secretary of the Sumter County \
evening. A very pleasant evening home to Gordon-Buttorff.
Chamber of Commerce at a monthly Loyal L. Lane radio operator from and excellent lunch HI. batting and fielding In
was spent an >,will\come
1 Shop salary of $ 250. The Press Association the Philadelphia yard who has ,
+' navy eon was enjoyed. The guests for the mighty-handy' In, the -resjk'Tof" the-
of Florida will be much
, gratifiedthat been spending his vacation here with! '
HARDWARE honorees Misses Helen Bass .'
.fr. were game' ,
the star orator of the ) t
fraternity hia parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lane, "
Kathleen Bearden, Evelyn Hill Patsy
:; is to remain in the state left Kissimmee on Sunday to return Makinson. Lois Overstreet. Elizabeth Pitching'( ; r'"".Including genies,

, Pleasing TAMPA TRIBUNE LAUNCHES to his duties-going- by the 'way ofCharie.ton Parker, the Misses Duncan of Orlando played Tuesday, <...5. -.. ..
t. Richmond, and Washing ; Leon Chapman, Elliott Gilbert. Per'Won ,'
and NEW PICTURE PUZZLE ton. I Donald McKay Lee McLean, MurrayOver.treet. ', "'+ .'1' dLiteent: '

li COMPANY ChoiceMillinery An another page of today's paper ::1!. P. Suhl and family, of kissimmee. Ward. Joe Sears of Mlamlt.William Rex Smith.William Con-,Young. Per ..-4' :.:..'...__!:;;'.!.'...1"ti" 7i'' 40', d t''' .1.714'.875' fi

announcement is made of the TampaTribune's .. spent Sunday here with their" well of Boston; Mrs. W. M. Coon ofThomaeville A. McLean .;..... _..._2 'I '.
. R-Word' Picture Puzzle friends, the Lane. Georgia; Mrs. W", H. Clements ...._...;..._;.. I, .1 .666'i i
Game. This is the second Puzzle
Game The Tribune has conducted and 1. T. Williams of Orlando spent Hill of Orlando; Mrs. L. B. Tyree, of Twe tythree'pmea without;;being--

\ J "THE EFFICIENT STORE" ; ; all those who took part in the first Sunday here with the "home folks"'The Kissimmee. shut out. The old "21"- must have

game will eagerly welcome the second families ;tiL P. Tindall, 'and WEDDING CEREMONY been the old hoodoo.;! ,And'just remember -.,
full of fun and amusement for W. C. Williams autoed to Narcoossee FILLS METHODIST CHURCH that it takes' some twirling.

HIGH ,CLASS All Hats go this week everyone. The Tribune's "R-Word on Sunday to attend church services A large audience at the Methodist to keep the Cowpunehera' away from ,' .
: i I atHalfPrice' Game" will interest all of our readers. conducted by Rev B. Atchison. church on Wednesday'evening witnessed the plate.. : .* y .
.. . Fifteen big cash prizes are offeredfor 'the beautiful nuptial l.ceremony With Buttorff and Holmes Pratherback .'
the fifteen best answers submittedand
/
HOME ON A VISIT uniting as husband and wife Clarence
one place can take part. There in the line-up, we will give LaH-
any LeRoy Eby and Miss Cecelia Overstreet -
: STUFF! ; is no cost: attached to playing the Puzzle Miss. Angle Makinson who has both residents of Kissimmee soy something W worry about in Le s.
{ .
Game. I been with the Johnson-Dallis Advertising Rev. R. F. Hodnett officiating Floral burg Tuesday._ < rHalnes ,n
Over $2.000 In cash is offered 'as Company, of Atlanta, for several -
MRS. }. R. SINQUEFIELD decorations were profuse, yet.modest:! City next 'Thursday gang
,
prizes by The Tribune. First prize. months, has arrived home for a huge banks of touched
We refer to those New Progress $1.000second; prize, $500, etc. Turnto visit with her parents' Mr. and Mrs. here and there with greenwere daisies, and cut What there about for the the whole afternoon town movingover Sap-'
? Refrigerators. the announcement of the Game in W.., B: Maklnxih. n. in evidence. .
flower were frequent from the fan
port helps to
1 win ball'g:
Made of All Metal. this .issue and see for yourself whata g
and the services
Preceding during
. enamel out- Irving Little Killed DROVE FROM NORTH DAKOTAMr. j (Tame*. <
4: Green and White fine chance you have to make as Mri. Stanley H. Bullock
): side and pure white. enamel in. On His Journey Home much as $1,000 in a very short time and Mr. R. E. Krause and two 'A.t. Dawnlnc" ..1)d"Bec.u.sweet..;! there sang For sale: Missionary strawberry: -
side. and with little effort. Remembersome i children have arrived in Kissimmee. violin solo Frank Reed with
was a by plants) thrifty and free from disease;
ai They are pretty as a daiey.SS Meagre details have been receivedby one will get this $1,000 and it after a nineteen-day automobile run Miss Helen V., Bass accompanist" >and $4 per thousand. R. Overstreet ; .
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Highest grade of efficiency. Mrs. Clark Howell of the killingof might *s well,be you. from North Dakota. They came to an instrumental duo by Mr Reed and R. F. D. No. 1;dot: 88. 28 4tjp;111
, More durable than any"other. Irving Little at Charlotte, North join their four sons, who preceded Miss Bass-"Love's Old Sweet; Song" .. ,> =. ,
,? Let us Introduce them to you. Carolina} and the} wounding of Mrs. MRS. WARING VERY ILL them, and are now located at Kisgim- Two dear little flower girls Evelyn. .. .

'Oh yes, another thing! ,While Little's father. The family came to Mrs. W. J.. Waring, of 809 South mee Park where It is probable they Wchtendahl.;, a cousin of the.bride,
you are in our store let us demonstrate Kissimmee from Toronto by car and will purchase property: and make and Margaret Steinbaagh. dressed In
Detroit Dakota avenue, who has been very ill their home. THE THREBPY-UTE: : FRIENDS
6 the Red Star
left here in somewhat straightened for the past eight weeks continues in white tulle, were the centre: of attraction
b' Vapor Stoves to you. circumstance to work their way back a serious condition, and the physicians AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH at the ceremony. ,
> THAT KIU THEb.AU
home. There was in addition to Mr. hold out no hope for her recovery. Because of the absence of Rev.,W. The bride waa gowned in white can- : ..
and Mrs. Little and their daughter.Violet Mrs.; Warlng's many friends continueto H. Dresch. D. D.. the the ton crepe trimmed with Chantilly lace .---. ...' .. t
the father of Mrs. Littleandwhilst hope however, that a change for Presbyterian church rulpitof and carried a bouquet of daisies,while Pr-Uti Road aeWsatu< Bit'; ,taller"
here they bought land and erect- Miss Louise Thomason. maid of honor,
the better will soon take pfacev Sunday morning and evening by Rev.
f.7 otl' ed a home near the Howell property] Lakeland Telegram,. R. J.'Sprague Dean of Rollin. Col. wore white georgette over-yellow silk '
: n but desired,to return,' to, their former leg*. A general invitation is extend .- gain. carrying out the daisy scheme Pr-uti ny; ai MomB* ma nr
home. CORRECTING ERROR __ of-tint. '\ : .
'eld to the public to hear this flpent !'I
; mSQ : ..They.stopped atvarious, points and .BecausexHowad M. Kate; has .received and able:.rsermonixer-' these ocea- Six maids were attendant" upon'th. * "' PT-UH fly Kiii.f 4
the men worked to secure provicions =his appointment' as member bride; each of them: prettily gownedin T

, = .'. .,. . I and to, provide' for the needs of thesutolthey.drove. of the.board /:public instruction for 1it"s ; yellow organdie. ,es. were Miss '
) : .. At. Charlotte they thai! first district, and has assumed the I .-THE OLD,HOME Nina. Bratton., Mia Johnnie,Bronson, Bold oa it.Meswy-Back GaaraaUO ...
i t IIIIIIDWIIBE engaged saw some log* in the duties of,that position,, there war a Mr..and Mrs. ;J. G. Sparling, now of : Miss.Lucy Buckles, Mrs. Ro7.Gr Y". Handled In Kisslmmee by the Taylor s ,,
'. : woods nearbr.. and were.running. atwoman'saw. confusion 'of names aa published! upon Orlando spent yesterday afternoon In :. Miss' Eton Gulce. and cousin of the ., System of Stores' ,and the' Midway
; As the day-was ending another'bage of this issue.'r1tLthere visiting some of, '-theirK6ssimmeefriends..Mr. bride Miss Alice Overstreet. of Tarn .. Grocery.' ,
Mrs.1 Little and her J daughter atated that W. C. .Baa had assumed Sparling has been so ill pa. :Miss Helen Ames' Miss Elsie Manufacture by'JJ. .
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started to.the lot to meet the. men. the duties' of registration of that fore several weeks he has>been Norton. Miss:'Ruby.Oliver., and .Miss' ,"" :
OOJll$1JRfa.ua .As they. neared the spot..'Mrs., LKle flcer. :relieving Edgar.MV Katz,'. who confined,in, .Tamp.ho.pital..but is Lois Overstreet. wealing white can. GATES, MANUfACTUfrHGCOMPAffY
I writes,_they saw a man with'a'gun was not..a,-carrtidate,for,the.position. now able to be about although he is ton:crepe, and bearing dalsies/acted: ' .' \ .
I standing. a abort distance ,from the The appointment haa.beeq received by not.welL .. Ha bas secured *boat eon- aa ushers Murray Overstreet served # 7 olIO) f("' r 4 1 .
"'Utter by *'. ,sawyers.: They heard the man 'says"Get Idr ..Ba.s',,.DeI he has forwarded' his eession'at Lake Conway atLakeside ,as ftroomsman. ;; "-tooo ,
: alway. yes out 'of/, here or Ill shot yonl" bond; but.trot'until its return,will;II(, Park'and''Is commencing upon a boat Following the;,ceremony'' 'andl ',vie! Tails:' Cates, .taeteriig C .."

t1i' > .J.'fI bat the saw.made so_much; noise that1 be in,fulj. 1arp..j'; - o..tJ large,capacity to tour: th>,:wat.....' subsequent pwngratulations'Mr.lnd,,,, ) ., ; ,_... 8ANVORD. ,.FLOJUDA. .' !' ,,+' i

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Y 1fXaI I' _... ., L. t Definite steps toward the enforce -
..... ment of the no-fence law in Pinellan
Written Before Tuesday Tweedledum .Tweedl dee county, has been taken by Sheriff'W,

Muh fren', Albert Gilchrlst,. 'Says.. too Zolfo springs Herald: s.' Lindsey who will swear in one deputy \,;
When passing the buck, s, An election was held in this .sheriff 'from: each commission
0cFz Declared that Park Trammel!. county last Tuesday., er's district-each of whom most be
,Was but a "dead duck I" > You don't sol There was a a horseman. These riders,will covet h a '
,* "primary" held: in Oiceola county. the entire county and will impound all +, lip 1tHOW'S

Written Since'Tuesday last Tuesday. ,I thank'you. cattle running:at large. All towns in

Muh. frien', Albert Gilchrist, that county are reporting considerable -,
Was sure out of luck; ." May the Winner Win .damage from roaming cattle.,
For it wasn't ,Park Trammel Saint Petersburg residents are planning ..
That played the "dead duck!"\ for. "a fly' campaign." No de. The'defunct Eatsum Products Corporation '
: {- * tails are given as to what office those at Orlando, is.to be revived YOUR STOMACH? '
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.IRD 4 Why Be Ashamed? flies are running for-the only em- under' the charter name' of Florida Any; Weakness. o'Dlstred:

i AR NL- "Navy developing new fog screen phatic part of the tale being that there' Food Products, and as quickly as pos Copper Hill...Tenn...--"I suffered for
Bible will
to hide behind," is a heading in-an ex is to be .a campaign on. delicacies commence of the to send out table eight years from stomach trouble and
same quality as the
change. What has the navy; been do- mother corporation,. .By reful-man- truthfully can say that Dr. Pierce's
-that"it-has-to ,Jude '-Is-It SleepingWith.CroakersJacksonville : *
doing. now Golderr"MedicaI-Dtseo..ry: more" 'JJ
gement and a fine grade of foods the
tZ; ashamed of something it has or merchant is advertising "
really feels for me than al],. the doctors I ever
new that it
concern
I pajamas, "many of them with silk will be a '
hain t done thank you. tried. One of 'my'neighbor. said
great help to the state.
a? frogs,' at a modest price. One would Kissimmee 'Why don't you try Dr. Pierce's Gott..
Tell Me naturally think that silk frogs wouldgo might easily have a similar plant. '
\ I'll Bite; den Medical Discovery? I sent and

I The Clearwater Sun ftaidi "H. E. bettejajjftfi a bathing suit. Who'dwant White Springs, the deadest town in got a bottle and I can hardly tell hand 14

Our AdviceWon't : Tooke to Build n Beautiful Home." to" VB"with. a croaker, any'! the state yet beautiful spot for an much that one bottle did for me,
I on; what was it "IL E.",took way T has come to life a' bit. A when I had taken three bottles I was' -
0 Cost You Nickel I to build a beautiful home Money? # chamber of commerce has been organized able to do my washing. I couldn't dO ."

a Liberty bonds? Or what? And from Reserved Seats Extra and a four-column advertise all my housework before I began taking .

\ whom did he .take it? Eh, what? Mrs. Doris Brunen of New Jersey, ment graces the columns of the Jasper the medicine and now I, can do
: COME In and let ut figure with you the cod * widow of a circus owner, has been Mews. anything I want to and feel good. IT

: !... roof. Naturally They Would arrested charged with murdering the > Pierce's Golden .Medical" *
The"Saint Petersburg* Times.says: man who was shot and killed on Sunday The Largo Sentinel has changed Discovery to' everybody."-Mrs. J.. A.
Because of their !honest quality and rich appearance "Third automobile stolen this week March 12. Evidently Doris is in hands-and is now owned by Sydney RusselL -v, '

'you"woiIld like to have a'.Bird's Roof. in broad daylight; police ask eo.operation. 'for another circus-and" will put up L. Ang ll, he who made such a plea.. Co at once 'to your"neighborhood:

that ,Bird's Roof wont ." I should think they would 'a mighty good show. ing success when he was in possession drug store and get the TGolden Medical
Maybe
cost nearly as of the Tarpon Springs Leader. tablets
the in
but of whom do they ask it: cat Discovery" or liquid. .
much: as you think, because we can tell you just owners or the fellows who've been No Regrets-Everybody SatisfiedOld Mr. Angell is an excellent newspaper ,Write Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in

the right Bird's Roof to use for( your particular stealing th' darn things? T John Speedway always used to man.with half.pushes--pleasing pencil-and Buffalo, N. Y.. for free medical advice -
building. hurry a chace will give Largo a .
Please Write It Over Drove a big car that he knew could. mighty good' paper.

'f" Oar advice won't cost you a nickel. We arei. I am in receipt of a "song" from scoot; Spraying Profitable Five Constitutions

willing to spend the time to show you why al.J. > Okeechobee entitled "Oh You Kis- Raced with an engine to a railway Fur Florida To Date:
crossing, Against Fruit Pests
. Bird Roof will make good for you just as it has simmee By some, with means a the request writer to uninten-print it. Funeral was yesterday Toot! Now Needing AnotherFlorida

for others. tionally uses the word "indiscreet"in Tootl! Toot Under Florida conditions spraying, -,-
endeavors to which Jias been consistently recom- .has had five constitutions.
Whether you need Bird's Paroid; Bird's Art- rhyme the wrong"may place--and be" with Kissimmee Dirty Dairies Disgust mended by the bureau of entymologyof The first one was adopted by a convention

Craft Bird's Plain Slate-Surfaced, Bird's Gran- and 111 have to paas.it until it shall Orlando has twenty-nine decent the federal department of agriculture held at what was at one time

ized Roofings, or Bird's Twin Shingles, we be better written That's all. dairies-and, acoording to the health for many years is the most ef- a thriving city, Saint Joseph in CaLhoun
fective county 'in 1839-40. Under this
officer, fifty-six dirty ones. What method of controlling citrus .
will show you how little it will cost to do your Any Old Excuse Goes in the world can a city the size of pests. While no exact estimate is date the state was admitted in 1846. .

m roofing right now. Constance Talmage has secured a Orlando do with all those dairies made of the profits to be expected On January 3, 1861, a convention
1 ? Must be that from money expended in adopted an ordinance of secession by4
totalling eighty-nine spraying .
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. BIKD*SON....(JJUUbfcW, nil Eut w.lvol.M.- divorce from her latest the experiment ground of, every man in the city who has a heifer growers find that the returns are entirely a vote of 62 to 7, and the constitution ,..

John"mental Piagloglou..upon Most wives suffera or a cow, or a grass-widow bull, real and appreciable. The gradeof was changed by inserting "Confederate
cruelty.
; W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY financial c.ruelt.y-but this one might imagines himself in the dairy business the fruit is raised so that it bringsa States" instead 'of "United
better price and the States. In 1865 a new constitutionwas
W been reckoned as an alphabetical T. If that's the case it is no yield is increased -
have
cruelty and I believe Con would wonder a lot of the places are not as by preventing devitalization adopted, and the. ordinance of secession -
her I thank spic-and-span as they should be. jf the trees following. insect at- repealed by a state convention.In .
-- have won case. you.
1868 another convention
adoptedthe
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tack.High
The Sim Eclipsed grade fruit can be sold when state's fourth constitution, and'*
That's Some Bungalow the owner desires to sell it. The low that was in force until the present"
s Says the Eustis Region: Occasionally the West Palm Beach er grades can be sold when the buyers constitution framed in 1885. submit

wrI I PURE FRESH SWEET CREAM S. J. Conley a retired bankerof here Sun makes is a case a corset where "Mac"quotation-but want them, or when the market calls ted to popular vote in 1886 and took
has let a contract slipped
Chattanooga Endeavoring to quote from William for lower grades. It has been shown effect In 1887, but is known as the-
for a FORMER RESIDENT in. the "Constitution of 1885." The
Cullen case of other citrus crops that present;
Bryant's "Thanatopsis. he
If you are not using our pure fresh, pasteurized sweet cream WINDY CITY,modem stucco bun- said: there was a loss of over $500,000 due constitution contains nineteen 1U'ttj
galow which will be erected on to the lowering of the grades of the des, and while comprehensive, it has: i:
? wire or write us to ship you a trial ten-gallon can of thirty or forty percent two large lots. fruit caused by easily preventablepests. I been amended several times by pop-
"He who is the look of Nature,
by. first express. The quality is unexcelled: and we guarantee it It would seem to a of common that sort lay- "Holds communion with her visible The reduction in size of the ular vote, yet there has been much ,.
that dwelling
man a fruit talk of convention for the
caused an additional loss of a new pur-
to_arrive sweet and'cold, packed in iced tubs. could very comfortably occupy three "She form, $475,000 and the reduction in yield pose of a general revision to meet ex*
it speaks a various
crowd language.
but mebbe they can
lota caused loss conditions. The constitutionshould
1 a of $760.000, making
:Ezell-Griffin a bit.: total of be read citizen to
Company Creamery $1,744,955 which practicallyall by every get
:f'' Sounds silly, doesn't it? This is
could have been'prevented easilyat an idea of how the state is governed. .
Ring Came Back the way it was written and published ''
Catonton, Georgia The a nominal costTo spray this -Moses Folsom in Jacksonville Met- .
J. a when William was twenty-two ,
Woman in Sarasota lost an eight years crop at 6e the box would have cost ropolis.' *.
old-and it has been
hundred dollar diamond ring and for never improved $456,000, l leaving a profit.of 11,288.- "
several months searched in vain for upon; 955. or 2827; percent profit on the Investment i NOTICg"TO' HORSE OWNJRS.1.

it. Last week a"man in digging outa "To him in the "! All who horses in the .':
the who love of Nature, persons own
found at
drain jewelry a
.. ,J. 1. 'Thompson I.. bend in pipe the pipe. Any woman .who "Holds communion with. her visible "FOOLISH WIVES"Mrs. Johnson Island pasture leased by-us, J{
that forms, are requested to meet us at noon ofj i.
wilt .drop'a ring> like into the
"She various L. B. Tyree and Mrs. W. II. Monday July 10 at Jim Hancock'a '
must have been washing dishes speaks a language. FAll
: e': fsr.rJIuI .'jicensedfuneral: DirectorEM'A sink and woman who will wash dishes . Coon autoed to Orlando on Wednesday horses whose, owners are not i
taa..I any \
when sfTe is dolled up with 'a ring I'll Bet He Descent to witness presentation at one of there to identify them will be put'Ollt'.

\/:4/: : :" : $ _... Jrw.,.,;:;;;Sn.l..1.R..J.rtl of that'value, deserves to .regain it. I Sheriff Spencer of HiUsboro.vowed the motion picture houses. They were of. the pasture. r.''
a" .. that he would of accompanied by; Misses Parker. and GEORGE c. BRONSON, e28.2tc'
gvie
y *.'5<.uwrf>4,,a.. All" 111 say. she.do. .\ Tampa a couple .' It. CARLYLE
"blue-law to Coon. BRONSON.T
'. Sundays. Just show the ,
'9>:: :JKLeb..r.,.. High Grade Ambulance Service al Call Some Valuable ,Property folks what the city will be if some of
the fool laws are carried out. I had :'"
Office
: 349 PHONES Residence: 78 Says the Gainesville News:
The Lake House at Kissimmee hoped ,to do it so there'd be no streetcars .
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. . fire for that means labor, and there
damaged ,
# .. '" ,. -------- -- -- was recently by
the blaze being one of the most will be no electric lights for that, .J
difficult ever handled by the Kis- also means labor. All places of business .
jcM for Jour Summer simmee fire department. The and amusements will be closed. ,t
; H. Stanford fire was not extinguished until Cold drink joints will be closed-for
. lQcalionj Clay .,
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J : J many hours after the alarm was there is labor in conduting them; cigar -
j \ r' shops will be taboo supplies of
'f turned in. The loss is said to be ;
YI ,e ,rd about $43,500, and is completely gasoline and oil will have to be laid ',I,
insurance.The in Saturday, and a man who gets a
uJJp covered by
; r : estimated: value of the Lake flat tire will not dare to fix it himself -

.. ; Life Fire House seems to be picking up interest for fear of arrest for breakingthe ,;.,
as the tale travels. I'll say so. law pertaining to work. Drug- Time fore 1 1ahow'down
;.. iBlvw stores be open a few hours a day
p Yassum.
L ." '' --Buret .and. for mar porous plasters, little liverpills. ; t .. <:

Ir' .'Sister Sue's Salve for Sore and ,
Splitting Fifty-Fifty
..,. 'I)1 Sorry Stomachs and a few other necessaries ,
The Clearwater Sun advises its readers
-. :: REDUCED ) AccidentInsurance to go to church in the morningand only and Sunday papers may You've probably seen this ;
to the beach in the afternoon. be printed and sold but work cannot Purina Double-Development .:

Either branch of the advice seem. commence on the Monday papers till Guarantee time after time. -
.h railroad andhotcl there is lifter midnight. I really wish, that
very apropos--although the !aw might be carried out to the Surely by this time you must .' :
doubtless mfcre general carrying ,..
a
feel that the Purina Mills
'. RTES out of the latter portion than of the limit in every city and town in the
.1 :. former. State from this! time till the legislature could never make this wide-open }
meets-then it would be.possibleto moneJ-bsck guarantee twins .7.

REAL ESTATE AND To lie upon the sands and view the get some decent laws! passed-per- Purina Chowi do. exactly as thegwnatee .'
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Best hap". ,, .
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RENTALSOffice * *
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cloud to
To watch the shifting .
Florida sometimes nod Mister Grouch Grouches PurinaDoableDevelopment ;

Y I As birds cut capers high and far Says the Orlando Sentinel: v '
K '. CHAMBER'fCOMMERCE, above us- There ought to be some law to :
Over
'A 9strr.i1mf id.ratar.M.fpola'ahoii To "look through Nature up to Na- prevent a woman from assembling Guarantee .. 4;,
'a
ture's God. her complexion\ at a restaurant }:: "
\ Bank of Osceola County table. It adds to 'the ner. Purina Chicken Chowder and s' d
1 Speaking About Kiesimntee"Scone / vousness of those in the immediate Purina Baby Chick Chow, fed a* ..' ..,
Subscribe! .for tae. Valley. Gacett. of the publications are askng vicinity. directed, are guaranteed to make ., tV,.

c ., .-- this question: Can a woman's, love Isn't that a silly grouch 7'Nervous? your chicks grow twice at fait I "
y I' during the firit six week '...
at
be stolen T' Nervous .nothing Why I can see aman ; 1
1'' SEED C0hl, COWPRAH.; MILLRT, "Of course it cant, silly. If it could his teeth in between when fed grain feeds, such: a* s .
CRASH SICKn.: BO HUH DM_For Im- pick courses '.i.
mal tale ::
& .......Iat. htpmfent.' All seasonable Orange Spot .Bungalow I[, know some women,that could swearout -and not even shudder; but I honestly ( bread cracked ,
,y .ld and Vegetable Seeds.' Writ tat a warrant only for petty larceny."You do dislike to see him. as soon as wheat or other cereals. PURINA PURINA a f
Price LJit and Ctalogue.I Our beautiful If w* fail to this
I prove !
'. and Instructive catalogs 1* free (Furnished) cant steal a woman's love his lOUD has been escorted with a musical statement we will refund BABY*' CHICKE .-
.and srlTM valuable Information on ON BLUFF FACING OCEAN any more than you can steal a kiss. accompaniment his esoph ,
+ your money v
farming and gardening for Florida and One may read about the latter circumstance remove his lowers and OftKCHOW
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ey_ ..the South. Writ. to us today for $IS per week $50 per, month ague, uppers CHOW
and believe it-until they
in his
? 'em
roll hanky"and place '
on your require ? -up (Dlldlruo) x
=t "J eoClO 0..0'1.4. : MELBOURNE. FLORIDA: comprehend the meaning of the word; 'em beside his plate until ice cream ; a'+-
.nat then they know th*' man who'made time) Yes I do. Sometimes I fear Order ,se QAsi ettirtai.

.; ,tP the; assertion was a foolishment It lest he 'shill, absent-mindedly and Now 'Ij

606_ qty reIi.-.* Colds,. Gmstipa- isn't a kiss to peck away at a woman's ner-sightedly, raise the roll, investigate .

I) 'f. A. MARliN Sf D CO. tios,. sm....... aid JUadacae*. A cheek; that is about as satisfactoryas ,,lad then think they. are pearls .au'r' :

Fsa. Toak. ', trying to suck *porcelain nest egg. and pr ieeedto separate 'em. Uh-hnh. '
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1 Oletort.,' mmt lrsr*.t Seed' He.M UBIeHJa. : ,"A; kus is a reciprocal: coadhesion But when a woman pulls the clasp on ,
r oI four labialized lipsither; with or o' them silver thingumbobadanbs : 'f
.(JIM asi. .... Bay It.; ".. ..........?.. SELECT RIVER ISLAND. the addition of a'kick.andlose.y one her and ,
without on ''visage
..... FOR THEIR .VACATIONS figures proceedsto
r -" '. ; : interlocked a space of time place the powder, why I jes like

a .-. ., -' : Toledo.' Ohio*-An' Island In'' the :sufficient to mentally run through the 41 r Besides' when shVs doing rthat F.LQ f ;

t. :: .., Ckffls.. Manmee river; twenty miles from. Toledo first,.two ,stansas of the Declaration she tan't .talk. can"she T .Sometimes : : g : .

666"BiI.;" ... Ftver.. Ohio.will furnish th* .setting of-Independena.lndueed: by love and II expect to see,*thus busy buffer drop 1AC''V; .
for m.aD"_Robinson ':Crusoa :outing supported by into-the soup and spatter th'.atuff- - : :
I I7. 1.. ... : ;' .L:Grippe, of a Toledo post of the American Le."C one thinks uultation..AncIIt.aftY-1: but goodness( me, everything goes into'the1 -

; .r .'. rloiu This( poet'has bought the /.- tolen-or' '... soup nowadays, and even then :

liii.! 4+:,' '- A'London'new* vendor Claims the land outright. and is.srocting thereon that. faaht.n-tbey'tus. certainlynor. *' it tasUs ;Just as 'good}or better.'It'* : :
.I "worlcr.noord.fo. selling1! newspaper., tent* am-barracks 'so-that Legionnaires ices at'both arta.:" .'"jr ., -; 1 when".be-nltelta under the table to T ;; ', : i

p.. ff" *with'a,total of '118,000,000 copies of .and their families may pend r "Nosslrj' 'lav* cannot be stolen-nof ret'.av: five-dollar bill to,'help m. out .. ( :::"' '
,t ,.sr..f..(..tbrJI.nDID&:8tc-U..beea..wq: : i their vacations 'thtn.I' - t e.nxitpo bought; ;.it just happens 1 when;she's eaten more, thai I'd'flg- ,. J", "'! : { "
'papee' ninco'January, :JS88'when! the 'f'"* *ll*BMs aBaBea*Ba> S B aisBaM sV that's .ail there is about it-raves old ured on that.:I'get .nervous-because .... ., P O. : j'

".,.. ":' ,, etai' was first DD"III\l'\; On.August ,.Tku. ;ar..,uw"operatingIn-Eng; : ,manThorn; in' the rKISS-....>.: 1 dont know "t what'* going on, or: In, .. ,..F. \

,, tl S.. 1114, b1 sold 21,000 copies to crowds. JaD4-. number of.motor.basee.equip MtUPhlL7II.. Armstrong'i|n''(Ga.l or erround.. .The Sentinel,man t..eds ..- .' 00: ''<(T.WOONE.SlGHT. :-. . . .)) . .. .. ':

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B. DICKERSOH" J 1 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS OVAJIDIAN- TION.STOR"'NOTICE DI8HAaOIll':or' APPI.ICA.': l s.l ifHe: .''Mil... TcJfeef -5. ,- '/


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In Court the Judge. - denekmwsktfm\
CONTRACTOR BUILDER .. of County ." Oaooola .
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., County State of Florida la r* Es :
;PidCUOrt tate of Esther. 81..., Minor. . f f 'sReceVeJ1 I
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Briclc-layingv:Lsthtns;, 'plastering? JfOTlCID or BALK. my final discharge. aa Judg a.of Administratrix Probate for It Notice U hereby givn. to,all whom : MISS. ALBINA, BUITHCeMl rConUfioo

Painting TO, MAY WILL COHCBRNt RULLIVAN. AND wHOM. .IT, of the estate of Oeorg W'j; : :Esther may concern 811 .. Minor that, I will. aa on Guardian the 14th of( "He'suffered considerably from gill I . .: "'
No. 121 Brack : eaad; and that at' the I
Street KlsjfmmeeO. day of la
July A. D. 19U four wka stomach and colic attacks 4
NOTICE is hereby riven 'tbatunder will present to saidCourt. ray final 1 I from the date and at 1 eatante-RM.
and by virtue *( a certain, final. Judc- account .. Administratrix of said .. orabi T. U"Comer hereof, apply to Judge'of the Hon- times was very yellow. His doctors; Th. disease called ronp" by pool

I Hancock meat entered plaintiff.In' the case' of W. W. tate and ask for their approvaL said County for my final jCouDty discharge a* diagnosed. his ailment as call bladderiroahV. trytnen U a contagious catarrh.:,' MIa. -
F JCRIDBS.W.\ X Vera Will SulU- Dt,4 )ta'.1ih.'A." D. 1522.' .I, such Guardian. and shall 1",1
.tmUBDKMBBS van. defendant. rendered In the Justice RIrTIE FERTIC. final alaopresent and that an operation' wasnucestary. I resemblIng the more maUfnan -

A: STEED Court First District Osoeola County. tl-lt" Administratrix.or my Dated. June accounts .for D.'' approvaL. Some one persuaded him form of InfluMiM in th..larcn .nltnal -
Florid. entered on the Cth day 411 Sep M. 1'WA.by un.J(.t.. to try Mayr's Wonderful and in man. It tUck
prioei
4. tember. Remedy ,
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1(11. and '
Ky Virtue -onQl : "
f a ,oar-, ; janrncATiosr .osi :: l-lt
, AMoraera'. as>d CMS.**!*** j Law tain' 'W1tot m.ecutlont.ae.4 on. 'said ; onmo-, .I'AJI Ouardlan. i SIn taking it bn4 year ago he tells I pally the mvmbrMiM Uninr the .y.

, ,Klsslsaaai*, W1sru Final Judgment. attested the ,5th day -- NOTICE] OF APPLICATION me he ha* been able to eat anything." the sac below tli* ey (infnorbiu: !

; ....ral r-siitl.. .a all tete a.d .of f September 0.1a 1M1 That, I. .Sheriff, Notice la hereby jrlvcn,. That A. S. OBBDNotloe FOR- TAX. It: 1., a, simple harmless preparation sinuses) the AottrU*.. the Urynk. and
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" VaIt.d S the
., . heratofor leTied upon the hereinafter sir dated the Id day of .Jun*.. A. D.: Is ha-reby srlveif that that remove the catanraal : mucus It.is Attended with hi**
Monday In July the same betas ,the fie! *, aud bee mad.. application for No. 177'dated
pat Jobneten. Id day of 1.., the Sd day of June, A. the inflammation which: dsuses Symptom: The 'J'1IIptoJu'tintAeft
0. P. OAltHaTT July. offer for .ale and tax deed t. Issue In accordance with' I,. isis. has filed said certificate In practically -
all at the Court House door In Klsslmrooa law. Bald certificate embraces) the office and ha>s mad application for tax my all stomach liver and intestinal are Terr similar to thoe of &n

JOHNSTON .at GARRETT Osoeola County. Florida during. following descrtbdproprty. cheated deed to issue in accordant with law ailments, includinr. appendicitis.funded. ordinary cold, but there {is more fever -

ATTORNJCY8AYAW. and the local but hour of Bale, to the highest In Oceolar County Florida, io-wlt: & Said ..certificate embraces the following, One dmsa. will ......W'I.._ ..... _....1._ _. .dulln.... and.proatratlona.Thej
"' .' ., '. ..., .bidder for cash.In hand the Lot IS 'Iac.rb Breea .i, rty situated ID.OIIceoli n -- '- ---: .-:-
Offices: 10. 11 and"12, O.e.o1a'Baad following deaert.....-property to-wlt. i Th* aald assessed at the aeaCrltHI4pf.ro. to--wlf L-- : __' ,- discharge from the nasal. opening\ ,Uat .. '
'ONE) MOTOR BOATJNAMHD JIO--', I date of. Issuance,of...aaM.oertlfleate- L.otli5Xlis.Lmme.. HelghtaT.-....- -first U n.aa4 watery tat in, two '
rBuDdlnjr.t SALlE.- now'.located at the City the name of K. L. Lesley. Unless said <
Dock In Lake certificate shall date MASONS"INVEIGLED > thlck'anel' .--
Tohopekallira. In the b* redeemed accordbig of Issuance of said. certificate In
JUSSIaUCBB.. FLORIDA' City of Ki..lmms., Oec ola Count,.. to law tax: : deed will Issue thereon the name of Mach Brothers. Unless said obstructs the breathlnr. ,Th. inflani'. ,
Plerlda.I on,thslOt'ii day of July. A. D. I(St. certificate ahall ba redeemed according BY. KLAN 'ENDANGER mation, which berin ia the namal ".
L. R. FARMER, .1. '10. OVKRSTRBKT.: to law tax deed will issue thereon paagos ,
At Sheriff of Oeoeola County Clerk Circuit Court the 17th day of July *. on FRATERNAL RIGHTS soon extends tt.h.. eTH and .
Willson & Aultrhan M-lt State of Florida.. Oscaola. County Plerlda. J. L. >v1 rPsTli 'I'. to the spaces which exist immediately
(Circuit Court. Seal) .. If-tt Clerk Circuit Court below the'' eyeballs (infraorbltal ainu.

Notice .of AaaeMsseat Osceola Couaty.. Florida. Grand Master Tompkins fthe' ...). The -
eyelids swollen
IN TUB cinrirrr COPRT. irrn JUDI (Circuit Court Seal) are. held

REAL ESTATE:' NOTICE li hereby given that the (:CIAL CIRCUIT iKOR- O CHOI>A IT.ltj j I State Lodge, 272,000 Closed much of the time, and may be ,. '

?:..m urafr r.rct.t.c:.':[ the' t Slat, C.COUNTYVE.ORIDA.P. Whlpple.: Complainant.. IN 1IAWCBHY. NOTICE, OP FINAL* ADMINISTRATOR DISCHARGE! FOR Strong:, ..Thunders'Against clued secretion.together.The birds by the sneeze accumulated and -
v. shake
day of
May IIM, ,
11 Darlington Ave. KissimmeeIID' : resolution: adopted. the following Llda E. Mosher, et al. Respondents. In. Court of the County Judge Osceola Ku Klux ; their heads in their efforts to free the '-

RESOLVED, that Section t of FORKCLO8URK County. State of Florida. In r* Estate air',passages from the thick
.. Article ,VI of the Charter of the ORDER OF SERVICE. BY PUBLICA. of Joseph Root. ,.,Deceased. \ The mucus.' ,
<7'" Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce TION. Notice Is hereby given to all whom It "Should a Mason so far forget his appetite is diminished, and the
be amended to read as follow! To' the Respondents, LIdS B- Mosher, may concern. that on the lid day of obligations to his fraternity his God birds ait with tJielr heads drawn I In
"The widow Robert .Waring and Isabelle' July. A. D. 1821. I anaU apply to the ;,
President. and their ,
$ BATHS and Treasurer and five Vice-Pr.g4ent Ctovernor" L.t Waring, 'his wife. :. II. McCarey Honorable T. L.. Comer, .Judge. of sVld to his country and his fellow man as i >'wings drooping, having % -

hall be elected by the member of and HaselMcCarey. his wife, and W. Court, a* Judge of Probate, for my to become affiliated' with this anti- I general appearance of.depression and .
thle A. Cramer unmarried: final discharge aa Administrator' of the sickness. '
corporation at such-tlm. and American .
organization known
\ the
Beit For, Msay Diseases In It appearing from the affidavit of i estate of Root as -
such manner a. b. fixed In Joseph deceased; Treatment
may
I' the by-lawa." C. A. Boyer, attorney and agent for C. and at the same Urn I will present to Ku Klux Klan his right to remain a : The medical treatment '
P. Whlppla Complainant In the above said Court my final accounts as Admin. member in good standing of the Masonic of this disease may'' be very successful -,
Good bath with water direct from S -- -'. that Beetlon styled. ..cause that your places of istrator of said estate and aak for fraternity. would be seriously if properly ap /fed..The sick birds
JP.Clu. dence are unknown;, that there I their approval. .
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well.- VI of
medicinal OpenTue.da3rs the 1'41.1'1 should be
Charter ba amended toread came person In the state of Florida .. Dated. June If,. A. D 1811. questioned. removed from the-flock and .
Thursdays. Saturdays, from 9:30 a. 10....: "r aa, fol- of a ubnoAna. upon whom would -rn-TAnvrn--' .fu-.e.. These words were spoken at Ny- put into a warm, dry and well venti, -

' m. to 6OO p. m. A snore drive from "The secretary of the Ki..hnmee' you twenty-one anj that you'*: are over the ace or i 8-5t Administrator.FOR ; _ck. New York. Sunday, June 18 by lated room which is :free from drafts.,
Chamber of ...
Kisslmme Phone_208. pointed t>y the Commerce Board of shall Ooyeritors b. ap IT IS ORDEREb that you and each Supreme Court Justice Arthur "S. The affected ,mucous membranes

who haU have the right to fix hiS of you appear In this Court to the bill Tompkins, Grand Master of the Grand should then be k treated by applying

Orders for the water may be left alary and term of employment, A.herald D. 1111.tiled on the 7th day, of August, Lodge of Masons of New York State antiseptic and healing mixtures.."The '

at, residence- -, 614. Patrick-, -street.CHAS. .._-. hall providinghowever be for a longer. no period such term than It is furth.r-ord.r.d that this' ) order embracing 272.000 members to a reporter best method 1* to use a good spraying'apparatus -
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until the next annual meeting; of, be consecutive published weeks ono a In week The Klsalmmee for eight. for The World. The Justicewas but lacking this, a small. .-

NOD Owner the NOTICE eorpor tberefor.Uon.." riven that Valley Qasette a newspaper published discussing, the scheme of E. Y. syringe' an oil can, or even a medicine -\ ..
ap In Osceola County Florida. Clarke dropper can: be made
plication will b* mad to the lls-nor- and his Atlanta Klux associates ) to answer 1

able C. O. Andrews, Judge of toe Bey* Circuit WITNESS Court.my this hand Tth and seal of the! to construct a nation-wide secret the .purposeor.th.bird'i head may

at enteenth Orlando.Judicial _Circuit of Florida, D. 1552. day of June. A., political organization aimed at the be plunged into basin or bowl of the
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Tel.pbOu.OffleL-No. II; Res- the 4th dayof or wherever July, A.he' D.may lilt be. for on $Circuit: Court Seal\) elimination of members of tbe Roman mixture and held there a few seconds, --

Idenee. No. 111.Houra hie approval of the amendment the I .7. L. OVERSTREET. Catholic church from-places public but not I long enough to'cause' suffoca' .
Clark.
: 8:10 to 11.00; 100 to (:.00 said Charter.KISSIMMEE: CHA11BER NEWELL & BOTER I preferment-and particularly.from -the tion., :- -

4 OF COMMERCE NOTICAi Solicitors for Complainant. S6-8t SALE public schools Of course: there is The remedies most suitable for such

DR. B. L. WILKERSON By H. M. KATZ. Its resident OP APPLICATION DEED FOR TAX also a price of admission. treatment are: Boric acid 1 ounce I.

(Corporate SeaL. ) bath, Particularly Justice Tompkins referred water,, 1 quart. Or. permanganate of
DBltTlST Attest: FOR SALE-"- <;>om dwelling- neWplumbing
.1. D. WOODBECK. It. Secretary Griffin NOTICE I. hereby given' That R. El:, and lighting: also twenty- to the vnipssked effort of the potash, '1 dram; "water. 1 pint., ,Or, -
purchaser of Tax 'Certificates
OfBce Over The Recall: Store. is-5t No. 541 and No. 8>7. dated the Id day four acre farm at Peg-horn undercultivation Kluxers to deceive the ignorant Into boric acid, 1)4) ounces; borate of sods, "I., -..
house and barn. Inquire
In Circuit Court for the Seventeenth of June, A. }). 1515. baa filed saId cer.tificates at Ml. : good Main atreet. K.le. .e. believing Masonry was Involved in the % ounce water, 1 quart. Or. ])e1"OX." '

-Judicial Circuit of the State of FlorId In my office and haa made ap lnyn plot. His o-eneral attitude toward the id of hYdronn.. 1 ounce.. water., these :- -
plication for - --' -- ----
; tax: : deed to Issue In ao- :; :
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In
and'. for Osceola CounIn cordanc with law Said certificates: I lan was expressed in the following i ., ounces. -
Chancerj Minnie B. Rector. as ad- embraces the following described FOR SALE-One cast Iron' r.nll'8'1 one statement Where the inflammation baa. '
jntnlstratrlx! of the pro.r..rt"l : progressed
: : cattle of A.
H. Mc-
4bu.rneroil stove one fire- .
JESSIE D. KLEINMAN Cormac dea.ed'l Joined by her b.... situated- in- Osceola County. FlorNOTICE leas' cooker, one Ice: chest Duplex; all In 'goodcondition "The attempt in sonic parts of the I to the eye excellent,..ulta,

\band., W. J l. Rector complainant. vsV Certificate; N<5. 547: Lots 410 and 4SS and the prices are "low.Lyles United States to link Freemasonry. Have followed the_use of srgyrol., Oner
H. Jones and Ellmabeth
Copying: Stenographic Work Jones hi. Seminole Land and Investment Com.pany' V. Story. n.uo or two drops of 16
wife, respondents. Foreclosure of mortgage. with the activities of the Ku Klux a percent solution
Notice of Maater'a Sale. Notice Sub-division of the W%.of Sec Klan is ,infamous and : is introduced between the two .
eyelids
tion t In Township IS South Rang 10 FOR SALE-A] bargain In one of the holly= inde .
lit
Phone 253. State Bank Building hereby Matter given by heretofore the undersigned aaSpecial East. beat five-acre farm homes, anywhere. fensible. Masonry cannot be its ally times daily for a,' period .of,'Several
appointed Certificate No. around Klsslmmoe; In high state of
11I1. Begin 140 feet days.
In the above and must be its because the -
cause that pursuant to ,
a South of the Northeast cultivation: a going business: Isaac enemy
V I'final decree entered In said cause on t4 of Patrick's Addition corner to Kissimmee of Block Hall West Oak street, Kissimmee Ku Klux Klan is un-American in Before applying these remedial it -
the Ulh daiy' of April. A. D. mi. I City. run West 140 feet. Florida. :*: : Is well to washth. and mouth'
South
hall on the *d day of July. A. D. 1522. to Ernest principle. Freemasonry has no sympathy eyes

t between the legal hour. of sale, In Railroad street.Right Eaat of alongaald War thence street Northeasterly to FOR SALE-Light truck and good. with any movement dogma or with a warm water containing one ;

front of the Court House door at KIs- along Right of Way to Dllllng- mare or will exchange a* part payment propaganda that antagonizes any teaspoonful of common salt to on* -
CITYMEATJARKET Immee, Oaceola County Florida offer ham avenue thence North to begln- on city' property or small tract class sect, creed or race. quart using a pledget of. absorbent -
for sale and sell the in erect of W. H
of W have splendid
land a
city -
nm
Jones and Ellaabeth Jon.... hla wife a. !The g. .ald land being: assessed; at the strawberry near ;: farm well Improved. "Masonry is tolerant of every creed. cotton and rubbing gently; while ,at -

said interest appeared at h10 date of date of Issuance of said certificates In at a bargain.; lrllI dependent uponacreage Its underlying doctrine is the Father. the same time pressing and-massag-i. :,
the .. :
the in the signing above of styled mortgage cause or at anytime the name of Unknown and J F. O'Ber- kinds of Nelson Florida hood of God and the brotherhood ,of ing about the.nostrils and under th*
and Investments
Unless said farms
thereafter. In the following deecrlbed deemed ry. according certificate to law tax Shall deed b*will r.- Realty Company! Klsslmm.ee. x man. We believe in a universal brotherhood eye to.loosen the-accumulated ,secre-. -

property located In Oaceola. Issue thereon on the 8t Ii. day of July and that 'of on* blood made tion;; -
County. Florida. to-wlt: All Lot Sixty( i A. D. IMS. FOB SALE-My five-acre home farmor If the '
disease
lIe all the nations of the provuofMTona
five (Iii) of Plnedale lying and being! .1. 1... any part of It; two acres of goodstrawberry world. Fraternity
Fresh Meed andVegetables North of the right-of-way of the Allan Clark OVKRSTREBT Circuit Court land ready made up; and brotherhood peace and type it is often,better to kill the entire -

tic Coast Line Railroad and of the Osceola County Florida.. fine two-Inch well, nine-room house| good will among all men, of all classes flock and after a thorough disin' '
shown recorded
public road a. by the (Circuit Court poultry yard perfect abstractAm .
Baal new
plat thereof.. The term of ..Id sale ,.By 8. H. BULLOCK) DC notable. to care for place aa It creeds and ,races is one of the Section and cleaning: of the premises
C
.to be caah, with the requirement 1I.lt should be. Call on or write 1". O. great aims of our democratic! frater. to:begin with now birds.; ", Thls'radlcst;, -

payment In caab .or depoallU "In my Howe, West, .' Vine street. Kissimmee. nity. method avoids the retention' of birds'
discretion seems beet at the time of .* fife -
the making of. the bids.. Purchaser to OF FIN'ADMZNI5TRATORFOR L PI8CHABOB M.BOnle-- Ah..I&aiiea- which' may harbor the contagion and .t -
Phone 44 for deed. This the flrat day of : cause the development -
.nay FOR BALK--Young Jersey cow. milking "Respect constituted authorityand ,subsequent: -
..n.. A. D., liSt-OIW.a C DEL. In Court of th* County Judge. Osceola ; ISO. Also Improved Porto Rico obedience to law Is good Masonic outbreaks, ,:' ,__ '! -
County) State of Florida. In re Es. potato vines at $1..1\0\ per thousand. - - -
doctrine.
A. Special Master In Said C u. tato of General .JaoksonYates I hate the spirit of bigotry
JOHNSTON OARRETT. ceased. ," De Telephone 18SJ., N.. Parker. Slit and prejudice against men because of- POLICY OF' SUPPRESSION '

DR.. R. J. DENNING Counsel for Complainant. Bt Notice 1* hereby. given. to all whom It FOR SALBJ-The 'White Kitchen Caf.Now' ..' their-race, color or religion."Freemasonry . ,TOUCHING. BANK FAILURES;
mayv,concern, that th "'
: on SSd day of operatingLocated- In the business WRITER ASKSWHY SOT:
DENTIST PR'LAMAT'ON AND NOTICE OF July A. D. im. I shall apply to thu section of city, on Broadway. recognizes the rightof '

SPECIAL ELECTION I Honorable T. L Comer .Judge of said Well equipped. Kla. lDme.. Florida every man to worship God accord. (Daring;the calendar year, 1021,the
Over the Postofftce.orricto Court a* Judge of Probate for I
my tStfFOR ing to the dictates of
conscience. ,
Freemasonry
1. 11. R. May a. Mayor of the City ofICisuimmes final ell."h..r.Aelmlnl.tr.lor of the : doors of 528 state and private bank. -
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HOURS: S to 1110. ii ,. .. lorida by virtue of the estate of General Jackson Yates, deceased SALE-Wooden washing machine insists that all men. whiteor were loeed----- -
KesMsstce'Phoae 174- In me veetel.' and I. J. R. Oil- : and at the came time I' will KOI Main black Jews and Gentile Catholic: '
nearly new. Apply Of these 163
Cert present ; >were able to
168M. as City Clerk of the City of Kis to said Court my final accountsas street, 10-t< and reopenor
Offies Phone of the Protestant areequal before the 'to make
simmee, Florida. by virtue power Administrator of said estate apd satisfactory arrange
Section 1.18 Re- ask for their law and shall not be discriminated ; *
In m* vested by approvaL number of ments. .. "
RABBITS Have a -
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Stit2 of General Florida Statutes,HEREny of 120 GIVE ofthe.NOTICE '. Dated- .JAneL.ub.A OVER8TREET. D HI*. : New Zealand Reds ready now.young Prime against because of their color, ancestry That left 805- failed- banks.- : .

that the City Council of the City tS-U Administrator. stock. L. A. Gusssas.St. Cloud FIn.MOlt or. religion. Freemasonry isa Liabilities, of ',these :failed banks .-
Kissinimee.Florida. at. H. regularsdourned broadminded brotherhood whose charity
of
totaled
TILLER SALE-Pot.tl barrels In approximately $e6OGOOOO.
; aily
hold at the Cut NOTICE! OF :
meeting AFFLICATIONFOR
TAX is bourxHes
t >. .. (I Hall In Klsslmmee. Florida.on,. the Tthk DEED quantity.nelc.IIf.n In: carlots as : as the wants of our Thus, the average. 'per ,bank, wa. '
Clearwater
day of June A. D lUI. unanimouslyadopted Clear-- fellow creature. and whose tolerationof '263,00G.a'"'w. ...,. .. ,*'. -
Manufacturing: Company.
Real ,Estate Agency. following resolution: Notice I. hereby the conviction of all others ,
tho given that James C. water. Florida. 11-U 4s unlimited In the.southern:geographical division , -, ,

-...-.-.--......--...................... the"WHEREAS.qualified voters Twenty of the percent City of of Noa.Tyson tl, purchaser and Si, dated of Tax the Certificates Tth day of so long as they obey the law there were 131: failures.. In the

Realty Bought and sold Klsalmmee, Florida. have Petitioned June. A. D. 110. has filed said certificates FOR Rooms BALE.! For 0 Trespass Rent furnished Cards, 10 and are loyal to our government and western state 'tth.er. iwer ,122. lathe v
I the City Council for a In my offloe.-and baa made application cents .:''helaf The Gazette otftee. its splendid institutions. Pacific states there 43 and '
were
Houses rented. chansr In the firm of the present for tax deeds' to Issue In accor
will not toleratethe
government. an the dance with law. Said certificate. "nv 4-U "Freemasonry in the middle states ,there;:wer 60.. ]?I

Taxes paid and Titlei verified municipal Charter Board as brace the following described property FOR SALE!-Fin* residence property. doctrines of the Ku Klux: Klan There were but five in the eastern
appear by three certain petitionson .situated- Osceola County, Florida, to- within its sacred precincts and shoulda '
,
for noa-reiidents. file with the City Cler ., and by wit: Apply at the office of Th ValleyOastte. states and but four In New England.

Fir the certificate of J R. Gilbert .. Lota Sf. IT and S3. Narcoossee Sec KIsBlmmee. itt Mason so far forget his obligations The facts regarding the failures. -
*. Life and Accident In. City Clerk. of the City of KI..lm.m. tlon 8, Township 25 South Range > 11 FOR to his fraternity, to his God, to his of stats' banks were made available"-'
SALE One Bets Electric Wall
East and Lot -
II of
Florida Narcoossee.
Section country and his fellow to
man as
surance. b" 9, Township 16 South Rang 11 East Plate. Practically"new." At a reasonable to the press by a statement Issued by .
Indemnity Bonda.I th"cit1V'co1uTcllBofltth of Ths said land being assessed at the price. Apply Valley Qaetts. Become affiliated with this anti-Am the comptroller of the currency 'on "

Klssimmee: date of Issuance of said certificates, T-tf erican organization known as the Ku April 17. 1922.. A ,diligent starch of'
S...eS..I..pO......*...4j< That an election Ab'DheM the in the name of C Sackhaff. and H.: E I Klux Klan his right to remain a mem. '- '
FOR SALE-Two the of
July for Page. Unless. said certificates shall. b* boys suit 4yearold newspapers that and succeeding -
t'h"purpose of electing. a Charter redeemed according' to law, tax deed dark sis. velvet, one> dark blue, on. I. ber in /good standing of the Masonic days fail to reveal,any u*e of, '
Russian white
will Issue thereon the 17th green style Fraternity would be seriously
Board: on of
IIESOLVFiD day ques
this It
Further, that five July. A. D. 1881.J. collar and cuffs' detachable. Nearly tioned. statement. appeared, however -,
P.. A. VANS AGNEWATTOHNEITATLAW resident, Qualified voters of the L. OVERSTREET. new. Apply 101 Slain street 4tf in certain confidential services to.
City of Kissimmee, Florida, shall Clerk Circuit Court "The movement of the Ku Klux bankers. -
constitute the said Charter Osoeola County Florida Klan is vicious, dangerous and -
: l repugnant Rotten conditions cannot be 'r.medied !' '
Board to perform the duties out- (Circuit Court Seal\). 17-Bt FOR RENT to the ideals and traditions of -
OFFICES lined by Sections 1171 to U85 both' when necessary information is ,

Winter Park Florida Inclusive of the Revised "fn/r l NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX FOR RENT Two-story ..Ixreomhou.e the American people and the existence lacking. It: was this policy of,fvprpression -
Siatutes ot the DEED of the Ku Klux Klan is, '
wholly
Dixie
and"the five ea-d'ld.t.. unfurnished on High. of vital information that delayed '- ?-
,
who receive the highest number Notice Is hereby given that F. H. .ay-40.of The Main Valley street Qaaette Apply or at at SOI office unjustifiable in this nation, governed i the organization of the federal. .''y-
election shall Lawson by law and generally well governed. .
said purchaser of Tax
of votes A.t Certificate
Main street. **tf I reserve system* -
be thereby elected as a Charter No. ta9 and Tax Certificate No. '40, "The Ku Klux Klan Is composed --
Failure of bank '
1921
both dated Sd a a 'cIa"In'
Board. the day of June, A. D.
DR. J. J. HARVEY RESOLVED. Further, that at 11 It. h.. filed said certificate In my .FOR Modern RENT conveniences.-Nicely furnished Low rent flat.for of fanatics and religious bigots and reveals an appalling condition,- 'that ..

CHIROPODIST OF TAMPA said election only qualified electors office and has mad application for summer. W. li. Harris 14-tf should be denounced by every true should be remedied and that the fed '
of the city ef KIII.lmm. entl. tax deed to Issue In accordance with Mason and loyal American. There -
Will be at The Graystone Hotel ) eral reserve system did not; remedy.,
vote 'In' the City' R aw Said certificates embrace the tol. -
the, 7th and 8th of each month.. ih\dlltb. entitled to yoto ne\"et'\ aai'dSPRE80LVETnFurther. Osceola lowing described.., rrtyie situated in FOR floor RBNT of the---Quarters Wlllaon building ort the on lower Darlington abould men who be, no room masks.in this country. for The policy suppression would b4, .-

H. N. Lota 11 County ; avenue. All ready for occupancy. wear fostered by a bill nOW' before congressproviding
that and Pineda
l. ; Lot II and I Paid'
Advertisement
Bratton. C W QHffln and J. McPnatter 22, Plnedal. K. D. C. vrataon.Se..J..f.' of Willson,'V taonH.IManuf.cturID" or Dr.\ ( ) for the fine and imprisonment . r
shsll be Inspectors and The said-land being' assessed at the of any individual who make a
Klaslmmae.
Stanley Bullock clerk said date of Issuance of said certificate In Company I VARIOUS VARIETIES .
the of Dr. Wm. ll-'tf statement that may injure the creditor ,
election.' name Oeenbacti Unless : OF COUNTY' AGENTS
KBHUuvn-0. Further. that 1 'In .n said .certificates shall b* redeemed reputation of any bnalc.. This puts

rR.R R. 1 ether respects. the said Specialelection according. to law, tax deed will Issue MISCELLANEOUSDELAYS There isn't a real live county agentin the Golden Calf on a higher plan ,-
shall b* held In the same thereon on the 14th day of July. A. 1>. "
manlier as elections are now held **". IN DELIVERY-Those who the country who. cannot get valuable I than any Other institution. "Thou, ,
y of Klsslmme for the J. U OVER8TREBT. have placed orders with m* fdr roods assistance from his local papers. shalt not take lit 1"- name ,in vain" la
.r..cUnC JLV City Officers." Clerk Circuit Court from the Grand Union Tea Company And tha elfll"fen of the countV' this case would be .vMtnfohahm iMr.*rlna -
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rtierefore' Notice I. hereoF given Osceola county Florida. will please b* &tlent-a. sickness .,-. :-
I that a special Election will be held In (Se.Iit" __ In my family has caused delay indeliveries. agent increases In proportion to the and imprisonment. 7- -
I .Ray'sL the" CIty of Klasl/nmee., Florida' on, "- By a: H. BUULOCK, D. O .' J .am how In position to number of people he is able to.'reach The office of the comptroller Of.
July IL- A.' D I the regular poll- mence filling orders. W. A. Chap- and help. Florida Grower. the currency admits that state banks1 "-
Inl pfac* In said olfr. for the, pur_" NOTICE) OF APPLICATION FOR TAX tell agent. x .!' '
: 0I&tl1o.4"JII. the above-quoted Resolu- DEED Crevard, has a county agent Henry throughout the United State* severely

:ROAGH: RODltR Uon. &BARN TELEGRAPHY. Touch, Typwriting *-' R. Tribble, but be- hasn't been: seen criticized and objected in _'eiy'concehrabla .: '
VITNE9S my hand as U..oetth.. Notice lehereby given that C. A. Buslneaa Penmanship, Railway to th '-,
in Brevard office manner publication of, *
a county
newspaper
Straub ,
..ofKieeimm; .. FlqI'ld. and my purchaser of Tax: : Certificate Station : .nd night '
City Agep0'Day -,
r .' ; : GUARANTEED TO hand as Cft,.. 01.........' tlwC4tof Kia.almme. No. $itr.\J'\ Tth day of June. .A.D. class.. Enter any Urn. Positions :I since his Jok. display at the Tampa I facts of bank"failure ,-'. ,-
I .. pIorld. Logeiher with the rerporate 110. said certificate In my Quaraatead _Promotion certain. References fair-a display that. made the best I Statements of the bank failure. -

H, RidIYo..r.Pla) ;of ol'Jun'.elrof' .,"p.sId"a4lltl' hy'tbe TIhdl office tax deed, and to b.lean. mad la aecordano application .with for required upon -, entering county Florida the laughing stockof during .1922 are ..Yailablo. but since -'

._ .",_e- ..w'l rr .1LRMAT.I law. Bald certificate embrace the fol Writ for special anmmef rates.. Ad. the' state.\' While the county; paper newspapers will not print fact. And
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., --. 'L AA Ma.ytOf Ctty-Ki..iinmee.- lowing described.property, leel..: IFrutlon.1 .',dreas TmB RAtLWAT OOMMERCIAUiTBLBORAPH -, *' offer the county agent- ::free dare not because.of 'objection* by th*.. -
Roaches"r -' Osoaola : SCHOOL.! Bartow
County, Florida-to-wlt
R.: OILBBRT": : : '
t..av. i...T\' '' T'' .' '" Rof S3-ofaw34! ,Fla.CDpetalre. -over Drown'sJewst.ry ,. spacenothing from hLe'pen apPears financial Interest* bckIngiww.p.por ', :them,: ', -_ _
Mon-pobonou to- Persons;An m b AS CU,". Clerk City,,C Klmlmuned.NDTIVE NEt and ,NW% of SEW Park Oar- 8tor.). : l.-.tGOODS. In th*'county press, and w. bear farmer ''men are of' ourse, not ..

,' .' tTt. ". -- dns.'lneectran. II. ,Township, IjTBoutb' ', *' almost every clay'ask: "HsaBrevard interested in.digging up facts.. ;.:' ..
; : Fowls Range 9 Eut.'I'll. -- , I1DCOND-'R AND, fcOBS-M sold .
: "* ADMINISTRATOR., WOBDUCaCAJMHB / saidian& brfng'asssa.d'Sttn4' and .rella'red.or... .Cajlao.: - ,...If a count7'aCOIIttTltuniUoS -' . I L. 'Wireless: . aUtlon '.ar't:' ? .,'f.t.,.......
<*/ .Sold u".J'01U'Groce, :"t; .'. '( :, . nJlAl. \ date of Issuance oL-aai4..certificete. IBr .' ,- :" telephone ::;' ,,-,,;>
the W 3 -- .. .. 1 Installed la all yottintaerire' .4? -
Rem. Dt : LRua. Unless saidoerUfi.eatd"ahali NOTICE.OF NEW VOCATION'Alter '
Sold : .
by your'ThggIiti tac.rt.a: ... 'a.d... OeeeeiiUGSSl1 b. red.eensd 'Motion .. .
c..atr ascending picture, which:tell visually gin company 'house* in .AlIeC"" ./ \'i'I-: -
nt25csud&Oe'LbflbZ: ItaI. ci Piseeds. I to us deed wilt .sli. 'hereoet .0. .. .
; c . I tn Ia'WC.. P'rlJa1JWtd 20, 1 22.-the office the story--of athletic "classrooms' t01IfttJ'-; Penniytvsn' 'aftd"'tJr.tbe,1".f.iPlttaba ; :_ _

: Tin Pc- ;t.t. of Qeor./F.rtt<<.. I' . ::'\ 1'4Tia.-: '',.: of Dr..1'.MWvers wiU b>>* locat- dormitories.fraternities, and campus 'nr' *!department. $15>. ,: :\p.'t:"

Notl Ia.hereby ert.... to .n'whom . I dark Circuit Court., .. eel apon.'the lower floor:'of the OkeeanobM of WHtenburr College.Springfield. of Mrioos'fir ,immedtto. ou14tatln ;/; '\ V' '..
.Furnished It may COftOSTfl. that,,011'' -th. 30thof' .,ay 'Oseeqla., ;0,ountyrlofI4*, '. Ohio .....to b.'abGwn..to'pro.'T.tudtnt ,throurbeurth./Pttt.berr/ ....::'iitrict 'i-' _
,'Klst!! for- rent. ''WB. July. A.. D.. IPIL I iball to (s-t) 1" : fcnilcttnc1.. ; 'GE .Po.U: ftDae.. : : .

arrU. f Gstett' *. office 14-tf UlJ' iiooorlf ZI..comer,'''apr "ofJ I, r _"It.. .B-' '' _'',''''''''-''I''''''i', pposlt th4J! st.ff1ee. ., r' 28-ti , at'the- college. .;, < aDd oun'. "can-i)L:a b>.,*:(.bad::}'....at. \Oncl.i "V!..'e .a.'. f.r'7>-.,i..,

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' t THE..KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. JUNE 23., lt2
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not been and there Is a detour
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of. about plat.mile which ismot/ of .
;
r the,best. THE TAMPATRIBUNE
'
However in order'to prove that the OFFERS'YOJ{ "
road across country is not of the ;
I i worst it'may be said that W. G.

Hanktos. of Kissimmee. left, Delray
An Attractive car i aturday:: morning at seven ... ..
V clock, stopped in West Palm Beach '
Educator for,breakfa8t. continued his trip and "
for* *. landed in Kisaimfnee a few minutes :
GrowingGirl' after' two o'clock jn the afternoon
That will average "close to thirty

'Be Straight miles an hour with luncheon also out, "
r. BonSS and over ,a road which the Chicago +
, Bones Gr. Tribune said "it was with difficulty a 4
That W.rUnices that ) j
than five miles hour
freight In pace f.f more an
8
y- Pont y EducatorSho could be made." Either the roads'are
i Shoes *>a in good .bape--or Mr..lIanklns is a '

f. genuine pace-maker. Possibly both. ..... .

Will Ask CommissionersTo .

4 r lN Discharge Speed Cop Letter "IT :CanYon

r 4I Petitions have been circulated during How Many'' Objects_ $tatinK'With-the \

.. '-the- eek asking that-the-county ':
commissioners shall at the next regu- Find in the Picture Below? ' :

lar meeting declare vacant. the office .
of speed cop.thereby discharging John "
VISIBLE
AU need to do is FIND THE
BrOnson from the position of deputy; you 1
like stamped this rh r sheriff and speed cop. It is reportedthat OBJECTS IN THE PICTURE WITH THEe ;
I
at least seventy-five signatureshave
it ii not .n been secured to the petition.To LETTER "R". It's easy to find them-at a ,
EducatorYour ( offset that supplication other petl, t
w '
"
lions have been circulated urging that glance you can see "Rooster" "Rabbit, River, etc.

Branson shall 'not be discharged. The other objects are j just as easy to find._ A reading

CITY CLERK IS HESITATING glass Isn't required to find the objects and there is\absolutely no trick to ..J.\"... -.

p Whether or not J. It Gilbert city the ''puzzle whatever; you do not need to turn it upside down or tilt It "
, f -- clerk, will decide on taking a vacation listed be-
'41 this summer has not been determined to one side to find the "R WordsTHE BIG CASH PRIZES

He recently made a trip to low will be given for the best answers sent in. The list having the largest
Jacksonville, to look after financial first prize
awarded
Words" will be
matters for the city-at which time and nearest correct number of "R

contented feet he saw mere real money and looked second largest and nearest correct, second prize, etc. You have an equal '

I daughter wants at more and genuine all varieties bonds of than all denominations he had, chance ,to win the $1,000.00 reward. Start your list-NOWtKg .

wants shoes that will made to "let the feet grow as previously supposed were in existence:
; SHE her tender growing they should." She will never On his return he admitted to the city: Clear."RWord" Picture Free on Request '
council that after having seen all that .
t know the foot ills that
foot bones and let her feet grow many money he was satisfied that he'd call

i! _.__:!!!ppk.and healthy. have to suffer. off his vacation-..as his personal holdings -
x 3 ; Shewantsshoesinwhichshecanwalk Try comfortable Educators were so greatly inferior "to what

d t ;: : comfortab1y'acefu1ly.. yourself. And get them for bed been accustomed to."

;; Get her Educator Shoes beevery member of the family. OFF FOR HER VACATION ..,' "...
:cause besides sturdy wear and Don't let your feet suffer -.-"' 7 7'f

; :jrteasing,,appearance they are needlessly. Miss Cornelia Lancaster, one of the / /
4 d teachers of the county schools, who _
1- has been re-engaged for the coming < ;
year left on Saturday for a brief stop] O j,dd
at Clearwater, from which point she '

A t } EDUCATOrV will c.> ::0 Waihintrton, Philadelphiaand 1 _
Baltimore; and before her return 1
to KlfEimmee! she will spend reverawccks i
f
@ with her sister Mrs. N. B. Miller .

: .St.lQ ot Berkeley Springs.PRENUPTIAL, .
or* --EVENTA --- r y

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4 FOR MEN WOME.N AND CHILDREN very pleasing affair took place '.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George

W. Overstreet, 214 Vernon avenue, on
Tuesday evening, when Mrs. Over
Fred S. Gilbert f'tieet entertained the entire wedding! .7. .
:: party in advance of the ceremony on "' .
the following evening. Much- enjoy
1i ment was the result of the evening. '

MAGNIFICENT FIG TREE ' I
1ft er .I;
John McPhatter is commencing the ,
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0 harvest of figs from the huge tree r .rl, a kt
Shoots ,.Her Husband I *'I couldn't help but shoot Mrs. I in his yard at 203 Emmett street- -:' .
Herself |' Travis said Thursday. "I 1 didn't wantto I said to be the largest tree of the kindin .1r
To :Protect I shoot but I just had to. It was the state. A ladder twentytwofeet --

Mrs.Effie.Iravfs, of Jacksonville either me being killed or me killing: in length will not suffice to allow -
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I him. I thought and I fired. the gathering of the highest figs, 'i
.
L. Travis..yesterday 0.
:+ p who shot her husband J' .
| Travis chased her from the bed- -,
at1,the ''residence occupied and the bulk of the tree will cover a
room to the hall, where she fired at
P by the 'couple is'well known in Kia- .i she asserted. space fully forty-four feet in dialD-
bim
where ,she resided with her eter. The crop this year is not so<
., ..aiminee Miss I I Late messages indcate, a possible large as in years past-yet the yieldis
She 1
for was
parents .some years. TRY ;
N Effie Cason.before her marriage, andJtaa chance of recovery for the wounded very. satisfactory; and home folk COSTS NOTHING TO ,;
man. are buying the fruit as fast as it get
'lr .sisters and relatives residing hereJ.
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L. Travis.was also well known and Made Fine Run, From in condition. HOW TO WIN THE $1,000.00 PRIZE
has made visits to Ki.8immee. I .
frequent
yeufHERE'S'
1 '. Delray to KissimmeeDhe I COMMISSION-MANAGER\ \ I oIu.t of "R.. Word." and .."d It In. It costa nethlne try. If'tho Jud.. o
find PRIZE WINNER, you will bo .w.rd.d In oven though you d.n't send .,
Mrs. Travis claims she shot in de. -'. (Continued 'on Page El!: -ht). In a .ubMl-I..tlon to the T..mpo Trlbuno. You Can win l3a without sending a .ub.orlpUon, it j
fens of her life: Blanche Johnson distance from Delray on ;the but If :you-want! to win 53,000.00 .or another I.rllo ,prize, road the followlnll. "
''ar 'in 'an' adjQiningroom about I quest from 'anyone interested. His and In'on. six months( subscription to tho Dally and Sunday Trlbun'O at ...00 ', e' maid ;-who was cast coast, to Kissimmee is 196 brief remarks elicited much applauseand and win th* Tlret. ,price :you! will receive 'SO.OO Inetead of .only SS5. (Read second oolumnIn ..
w when the shot wag fired told.the miles. About thirty-four miles of prize Met.) .
police that Travis threatened Mrs. this distance between Vero to Mel- all were !gainers of much Information YOUR BIO.I' OPPORTUNITY It made poeelble by oendlng two six month aubtorlptlone '
alt' Travis' life. upon the important topic. (one of which mu.t ba, > a new aubaorlptlon) at H each or one new yearly subscription at SS
j' '., bourne, is of the "washboard" Variety The meeting was an excellent. one to the Dally:! and Sunday Tribune, then If you win first prize your reward will be S1.0O0.OO.Reed '
."Mr. Travis has threatened. his just about as bad as it can be; ( feat column of prize lit.) 1\
\ oi ,wift's life -on a number of occasions" indeed many who make the trip declare in every respect.: Either new, ,.n'z' or aubecrlptlone to atart-at any future date canbe accepted.

', the maid said. "I have never seen him it worse than from Melbourneto A car owner ef Yuba county California -
i strike her, but Mrs. Travis has come the Osceola county line. Coming while jacking up his car on YOU CAN TAKE PARTi< >> : "
to me crying: a number of times. She east from Deer Park is a stretch of account of a blow-out discovered
told me he had beaten, her." several miles upon which paving has good-size gold nugget. Oat In the fun. You have an equal opportunity to win SI.OOO.OO CASH or one of the ether ,::s

i ,__ _._ n .n ..__--- -. _____ pattlm fourteen :you!big cash will ever rewardi.find. Th.n, too, the game le the moat educational. and fun providing .1.;

:; IIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIiiIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIiIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIiIIIiiIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIiIIiIiIIIIIIII"" IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIL Observe These Simple Rules l ijft
II II 1. This Puzzle Game .. open to any:! man, woman FOR YOU!
boy or girl who I I. not an amployae of The Tampa
Morning Tribune or a m.mb.r of an employee'sfamily.
:!. It ooata nothing to take part In the game.
2. Answers should be-written on one aide of 'h.p.p.r .

.2!!; ==== 1 :2. 1, eto.only The' and kender'a word. name numbered and .cons.cutlvstyd be 1. :
;::::: = Iri the upper right-hand corner of each ..ho.t.I. .i
;::::: = All answers must be mailed, before Midnight,
== == Monday July 17, 1BE2. CASH PRIZES '
,= 4. Only' those word. which are found In the
=- Engllah Dictionary will be counted. Do not use Winning' newer will receive ,

; ;::::: 'If you want to know who will compound singular', hyphenated or:! plural can or b*obsolete used but word.not both.. Eitherthe according, to the table"".1 pr''J ,
B. Word of the. same apalllng can ba ud only Price Price . I
The Bank Withthe .
one* oven though ueed to designate\ different obJ.ota.The given given 1 .
Ii same object oan b>e named only once althoughany \ I I/ n* enesubeorlp. If twej
BE BOSS JUST WATCH : part of the obJeot may also be namad. Where aubcprlp. aubaorlM I I ,
there I I. more than one word equally applicable to tlene tlen time
=== the object any one of thorn will count. are cent Is tint are H" n
Ability = ..j-The person sending in. the largest and nearest let .rte ........"00 S1BO.OS
= correct list of worda l h .al"'IIwith' the latter
'nd ..
Pets. .
: eo.oo RCIOoo
the fellow that is his ".." will win'first prlzoi ascend naret nand I.d Prla.' .,.... tS.00 100.00 "
: ;. and saving money, The prize, tent eta 'In One and point one will point bo given will be for taken each off correctword for 4th ..rl.l ...... JO.OO 10.00
= man that saves his money today will be the = each Incorrect word or omltelon. Neatness, style or Mh Mh Prize rl.. 04.... 10.'0. StOOOi ... $y>
!i "' Willingness handwriting will have no blaring' \ upon. the deciding lilt I Prize area ,. n.oo ..
'M head of the corporations and industries = winners.
z ,. large of 7.the All answers will receive the same attention 'th I Prla. ...... ..
to Serve tomorrow. = whether or not a aubaorlption to The Tampa Morning' Ith 'rlaa!"' "...u... lO.ot .
x' I. Tribune la sent In. 11th !I Prlgenoses 1ft I..00 ao.ot,
Candldataa may work |In anawerlngth g-
5.
s together Utb [71seLucas s | VjHOME
puzzle but only one prize awarded to anyOne !19.ft
r The Other Fellow houeehold. Nor will more than one prim be fSth Prize 2.00
S.OO
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DEPOSITSINSURID :: awarded to angroup' outside of the.family:,. where 14th Prl.o ..."A.O....I. 2.00 a.oo 10.00 10.00
two or more have been working 1IIth ...... 2.00 '
.. In the event of a. tie for any prize offered, the .00 10.00
a, is not interested in your business. You will full tI.d.amount of the.price will be paid' te each person
== .0
N'' 10. There will be three Judges, having no connection
have to look after it for
:
yourself. Begin = with The Tampa Morning Tribune, who will I
NOW == Judo the ."..w."d award the prizes at the SUBSCRIPTION RATES
; by opening an Account. ;
end of the Puzzle gam*. They- will ue a* referenceWebeter's '
New International Dictionary and partial DailyPrize and Sunday Tribune
panta agree to accept their decision a* final and {
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'r With Us ; conelu.lv.
I'e 11. Theee Judge will meet directly following the 12 mot. .$8 6 mos. $4
.. = close of the conteet and the name ef the price r:
= winners and the winning Hat of word will b* .(Two t rnos. subscriptions count
published In Th Tampa Morning Tribune Just .* .,
= quickly thereafter ae the Judge can complete the Mme as one for. 12 mos.) .
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checking. '
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< I r ...., ADDRESS' ALL W.ANSWERS 0.., STOVALL TO ( ';"fI' : I' I

iC 1 I ::8ank'\.of.Osceola r
County }. TAMPA\
ask : . -., ..... TRIBUNE. '
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'' Hours 9.A. M.,' ,.Y.. RETURNS', ; { P : I' 'FOR;THE;SUMMER- ' '
A,:__ .. .:. ,to' 3.P.. ,M.... WJTHJB.VA.DEGREE: ; w.-.1 '-r 1 ,i{ PREACHING SERVICES ofI t ,.,
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litss Amy'Makinson.who recently : ,
student,at the -
Ber. M. :: V I
.rsitSof theeSSouth c. '
graduated at..Universityof,of,Wlsonsin Univ ,'at Sewann...I Belew of SanfonL ."wttl) '_
,at Madison..hu .retarned:: to Tennessee, reached his home In XI.. preach at the home ofF, B. Dow. No.1 'n
ef1 her XiMi m.. home bringing with simmee on Wednesday: and will spend 7 ;'Vtas 'street.; Sunday;*?tvenfa,..' at' 'reight'p'cloelr .'

.- bfttM.--'olJJ.. 'A..:"\'AV-v'f ',"v .his.summer- ,-vacation.." here,' "-... r .- '., .' All are. welcome. ,,'!.I'"' _
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