Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 30, 1922
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01070
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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' L' ,Returns: .to-. ', Local Attorney WillPractice WHEN CIWPUNCHERSWfiRRIEIHEESWK:

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'. When Wanderlust t Whets Wishes "
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.O'U( L. H. Gedje will assume Lewis 'O'Bryan, who has been city :
at the Bank of Osceo attorney'' .KUslmmee for several!
position which, he I has 'I want to be, want to ba.;want ti be fir.te.aIJ-... spending several d each -. .
orth with domplete uc- Want to... out where* my acts mly be square. to all;", reek InIs Sanford, where he hays Just Startling Reversal Form
c. 'in.,that capacity .Want te be tiprlght-or know that I dare to fall-, .. formed a partnership with J. G.'Sharon -
. in the r minds' of Never term 'wool" what I new.,to be cotton;, rI and to.which point he will'rem4vc, ,Shown When L ca1s'mnasily'12
,:+ Cf of that ill.Utati.-d '-want to be placed to tell.thing* as t see 'em; Illi. family within a few months.1 to 0

., :; from that post when Not take up with rascals and try to squeegee 'em; I The law-firm In that city of Uicknson' '
; ,Ownership was 'made e. Nor-roll. up myeyes and commence a, TeDeum '' A'.Sharon'II'to be dissolved because .Who was It said; revenge' is sweet;.
; 'For Hv agowas a ,blunder., I it v.Never say !"fine!1" when I know a thing's rotten. of the fact that '3':: J. Dlcklnon Whoever' lie was, he certainly had the
'made ] the- part of the poe Is to'soon take his'place'ontheench right dope and'everybody in KissinimeelwhoJa i
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through present owners, who I want to be, Want to be where those about me and. hla..interest-with. J."''G.; : at_all interested in base > "
1 s : of., some ofthe stock ........Ma-d-something-other than-f inle and-.f1outmehinp'CO ,---- ? tall will agree with him.' Wh.fSilpply'
Mr.
.. looking to Sharon has been secured by
decided that the re along better when folks .re'without 'me; ,
because Story's Cowpunch--
capital to .Mr;'..Gedre was due to I long to be,free from the?hell of it all!' O'Bryan-the new firm to be Q'Bryan: era' Journeyed to Leesburg hotel Osceola. county.; Folks think they -clever .they can but me A Sharon. ..
e large use ; however lay and plaYed rings around the Up-
l who ,will retire to Than later have naught to but abuse For several months, Mr.
they do me;,
dred and '' Stater! to .the tune of 12 to 0.: ,Ta k;
O'Bryan 'will continue resident of
attractive .position'of cashier has In fact they'd'be happy if they could but lose meNo -. a about .a come-back! (This was'' one
In each.capacity; matter the, eeasonaplfingsummer;'eri'fall., Kisslmmee; as It will require some of the ,old-fashioned kind that .
r1 to..dOle affairs in whichhe ) you
time up.all
That at the bank, has made a read about in books but seldom
s I. ? .hostelry-,in in business and social I'd like to be. like to be off.where itVIflulet- is1 now interested-still'occupying' .... 'And'rightin the fac.very"-of an 8
't |*has been his departure, from Kin So when there's eome'' quel'7" I'd not have to shy 'it; his offices except at such thus-.* he to O'defeat by'the same team on our' '
I.t doubt be deeply regretted. Af Perhaps I'd not like it--but I'd lore to try It- may be In Sanford. ,. '
own back-yard week
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). upon ,lines he will go to the Off where there's squareness ,and fairness about; JUr. O'Bryan''considrtr' 'Santor (. the stars would agoTo be. difficult '
.* state in Tampa whose I like a fair fight; love to be> in'the thick of it; right in line for considerable advancement and pick unfair. edblehe1a.e -
: J for the major owners of the I hate to win out andthen learn th' meap trick of It; in many ways, ant feels that the ball ,.Not Everybody'a single pla.error e
",publio \ County-his ability; I, want to just quit-for I sorely am sick of it-. change will ,be excellent one,for: by the "Home-Brews." Twenty-one: ,
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When him a post. And go' where the backbiters seldom get him *
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Ji' *, out.THORN. I solid bid base-hits.1 including:* mam.'
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moth' home-run' over-' the screen In ,
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after that Settled 1 'I t LWATSONHALL Casino's Last, Evening;. deep left field by Sam Story tells the
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people, All Iz Made Up" Under Old ManagementClosing tale of the twelve markers. Just look'
. was felt' I ; what.happened in the very: first in.. '* ;
better. of last week the wife of his last showing as manager nlng ;;' -- - .
.: lived its toll the city officers MANUFACTURING COMPANY of the Casino' J., F, Freeman will After. Buttorff had'' been -thrown / ,
It will had proceeded to take today present a': return of "Little Lord out McLean' 'singled/( Gray doubled,'
entele' as ; government into his own Fauntleroy" at low prices of admis. Prather. Story, Wilson and Roberson"
: .there is proceeded to pound' her HAS PERFECTED ,ITS RE-ORGANIZATION lion at both matinee and evening' per.ormances. singled, and five luscious runs trotted ,.
i i ',,,lyiear, .''. ( -*and 'wanted him . Announcement made in across the plate. 'Jarvis. lathe box"for 4
a' Something a-50011 as possible: The, '-J these columns last weekstated that Lteaburg', had nothing but pray.Jer ,
:'....I ..1: for : hunch that George' had Nave Heads Directorate'Optimism and i over the entire sputh-the reputationof some feature would occupy the house and a glove.. But they.left him in f:
+ shall be. that he'd come back; Feature/ the excellence of its output being' on Saturdayand this will'probablyte there to take' his mecUcbie.1co! <;' '/
; 'decades l ,. he had the man in well recognized being readily the case; Buck .Jones in "To a Fin. /Ths Cowpunchers) 'been.on' :the .
::"_ ',:,tben is a do-nothmV. was.the PL the' Meeting, handled by the many agents ..nd.tonll' .h.". and a special comic- being the. bags'tn4he'seeond i thirdand:fourth; t; t tbut
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y to the .made when arrest* bill.. .waited-until the fifth.to "again
",..'. asth Monday the wife of the stockholders 'in .A.;. B Vail and T. C Exum of the "
jr on The meeting Mr. Freeman is to be transferred to break through. Sam ;Story -started !k,
Jackson
i4" nleted. refused pe.i i the Watson-Hall Manufacturing Company Securities Sales Company, Orlando-and from that point ntay be t. The big backstop had had his eye!
t' "We ''don settler all held at the offices of.F. A. Nave Nile, have takenover the selling of switched off to almost anywhere the on :the left field fence ill all'afternoon.-'
t cpr ," was her assertion on Wednesday resulted In some beneficial the stock so fat unsubscribed, and are Southern Enterprises Is Interested; With two strikes on him; he lifted the ;t
" > d made up." But the court; changes in the .and making a success of the work. It but insists that he shall always havea ball'bighand far'onito the 'railroad s
t .fsskiag. If it that way, and fined brought out a most enthusiastic confidence should be borne in mind by the peopleof good word to say for Kissimmee and racki-;-. 'It, was" home-run'\son 'any to
1 would be dollars .and the 'woman in the future of this home institution this city and county that this is a the treatment he has continued to receive : field.Wilson and Prather ,followed e. t
finance tb which it is believed will home concern, and that in offering the here.SAINT. with'singles.'Eddie Duke got on-by I a 1 l lJ ?
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r. about one greatly. strengthen and advance -itsbusinessalready stock for sale there is something tangible an error and Gordon Buttorff made it 4
each room on an excellent upon which to base values; it is with ''
bur for the inning a neat single;
1 be of steel basis. not alike floating stock in somethingat CLOUD OFFERS to left, Nine runs in and more' to'
.: every way It was voted to increase the membership a distance which I. yet in the air come. '; '
cost about BOARD of the board of directors: with and may never settle. The men at Talk about bunching your -1 hitef'!'' td( '
i. here would the result that this body now stands the head of the concern and now all PROGRAM FOR FOURTH More trouble for Jarvis in, the'slzth;
I., scribing as follows: F. A. Nave chiarman; deeply interested in its progress and and'> alio .a cool shower as \be only ,
,; of the cost <<: Session Was Slim J. E. ("Dad") Montgomery W. A; growth are men of dependability lastedpart of ,the inning, 'Prather':
. ', t .apolis Hill Raymond V. Lanier. Howard G. and each feels assured that every dol Splendid Parade in MorningBall and Wilson singled after'Gray had
*. Ing would Luncheon Half, E. E. Brown. Dr. K. D. C. Wat lar invested in the Watson-Hall Manufacturing gone out., This was enough for Jar'
/; .1'Jf+, In his son. At the next meeting of the Company will return large Game, Swimming, 1sr 'As 'a matter of fact: ,.he'should,
.:;;-Vested' his Wednesday board to be held on Wednesday there dividends. Prize Contests have" been derricked long before. Car'.. 'i' t
;,k. of stock presided at the lunch: will be selected four members to act Every share of the stock has a basic r c'a'. pentptefeved him and was; greeted
.possibly>> of Commerce as an executive committee. value-Hind the placing' of every sharein (Saint Cloud purposes to offer-1 the withU V solid hit to right bv: Duk.
Honed IQ absentees. Some The Watson-Hall Manufacturing this county will build up an institution entire worH/ an entertainment on the ). : 'three more. runs; .brlngmg' ,/J
": and went many were out of the city- Company is capitalized at 50000. of ;jwhich will become a factor in Fourth which will suffice to properly the total to an even dozen. ,

importance by and entered not. But which more than $30.000 has been sub ', creating of an enterprise which will commemorate the Day of the Nation In the meantime what about .Lees*. a
the- business transacted scribed The 'company has already establish a fine payroll and will bringan. and jpr several weeks energetic com burg' Page XI':Fera,.please; He i*
r'which ( read by Secretary worked up a considerable patronage excellent publicity 'to Kissimmee.Promptaetioirshould DI : hsve.been.In4 sttjouajy.werjcing | .. he answer Tht.light-haired boyv Kc r *
ee.a.' 'short time- several chambers' of 'wrtr'FloTUUas'' 'WeIr as--4n- "betaken: "Raysthe up from' Cleveland was never better.'' II*' '
"s \ stone, the information some of the middle-west states, and directorate in these subscriptions thing doing nearly all day. set them downwith just, two kits
., ,'*"*he price I regarding' the policy of with the increased capital which this --as each day's delay means a loss of There will be land and water sports one of which was very .nateh,.,- and J
f,' be 1. state division-and reorganization will grant it will be I profit for the concern and to all In- il\ profusion-one of the features, be. fanned ten. Only one did) ho allow. .,

:. 1 outlay of ( to be favorable. .possible. to extend_ its_business.. scope...,' terested. . Ing' a struggle between the ball teamsof a runner to get as far as third Lees\ I
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'for. chosen to select the. that town and Melbourne which. burg was simply eating' out of his
.' ';iL>!lace an men,capable of filling MOURNS WHITE SOX POSTPONE promises to be a good one. The pea 'glove. Not on. single batter hit the
;, "Tfrovided t.1'o willing to qualify,.to act SAINT CLOUD ole of Saint Cloud promise to please ball. to the outfield exceptPorter-It *
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':,4- .iZrhat the board were placed be- the public,-and there Is no'doubt that the fourth.. Fere-had everything needed -"' 't
4amed i will be the result, v. ;.1''
: .' .These names were KISSIMMEEPlans to make a high-class twirlsrand
VISITING
however, .. G.,F. ,Kribbs, T. OVER AUTO ACCIDENTStruck The people there have"also prom- cut the corners of the plat*;:iirwwa-:
really a J. E. Lupfer. and J. M. t. teed> to furnish certain eatables free ny faihion."ftX; AF., "v L
J.f new .hotel Ch.mber.ol Commerce for CompletedPrior of charge not .a' complete dinner, of Roberson'and WHW, Uk tfct'""a4-. .
inir these-men-for the post by Car.Aged Woman 1923 course, but some of, the solids that ting' honor They boVt. helWWteni-,,...'J."
WIle there Is no doubt of their .Is' Knocked Down;'and' I to, the: Offer will be filling.' No,one will expect,. selves to four .&feU";," whW.Is,.:!'a

';; firm .is.: : fairmindednessthey,,: will' .' Ensues' 'From Kissimmee free I1veeoune.innerunl, ,"they good day's work for'anybody.--*:Gray *.
t Death '
the. 'vote of-every . carry four courses .with 'them; butt looked mighty good w at second and t
a change in the exist is (an assured fact that none will collected two healthy. doubles Jts'bis.,
WORK: Shortly after' the noon hour Son. The letter received 'from the man- need 'hungrry.Itwill '- share. Every man.,on' the'team' get i,1
day following' the dismissal of the agement of the White Sox Of Chicago be a fine act if there'akallb ,
hits. .
that committees) one more ; ,,
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agreed(
\/" Chamber of Com Methodist church-services, Mrs. Elisabeth by the secretary of t the local l /a large crowd from Kissimmee tp. Box.Scorer > /' *""JI '
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ON the Rotarians of that Hart an aged widow residing Chamber of Commerce Intimating show the good feeling existing Klssimmes f l- AB.R'H ;,to Am.. I

invited to luncheon at at her home, 105 South Carolina avenue the many advantages of for Kissimmee that famous Twenty Buttortf. Jtd;,?___V6 ;0 3', ,0 2 0 4 '
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for training quarters
was struck by a car driven by McLean rf..a..6..1; '8 0" 00

.t Block ) the matter of locks in Andrew Stokes, and. the suddennessand baseball from organization Charles'A., was Comis-followed To Brick PavementThe Gray. d..?,..?,,,,0',1., 2" '.,1 :3 0 e *Ili
shocked her one
the blow by
of
) Bett ; river which matter severity Prather. cf.i..4 .,,2 ,1,.' 0..0 ":0 .
', ,::05. so severely that death at once ensued. key, owner of the aggregation.The the o ..0 ,12 0'0'a
; <> tL conversed with a -feder !Stokes is not- an experienced driver "Your kind letter Of recent: date from comer of Main and< Lake to the Wilson I If :Ya.w.S'13: i4,; '' O.Roberson .'. 'O..O:4
and that .official had and. confused by cars approaching thank new location on Vine street-wasnet ,/ s -_.'.'-,.5 .2' .43 ,4.. ,1' O, .
r- ..J ctual recommend the installa from the rear, as well as by"the has been received and I wish Invitation to .unaccompanied by considerable trouble Duke, Isf ..::';-fitSu i, I, ; 1 'lfr, ,0 ..0 ,
., block to water-control and pedestrians ,who .frequently used the you for the-"generous' ex some lo.s. and a "near-serious" 4- 6.0 ,,
gates, Perx.n * 1.9,4 O.\ .3w
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'I' the'walks tended
ns your
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: ers,.-> . an appropriation would paved accident;: 'For some ten days Main ,. -- -'__ r. .3T
.leI ... miscalculation the sand in However we have practically com
1 the government. for that made a on but street was unpleasantly! blocked trees 461221.27'10'.0.: ,
,nearing which one side of his car was running pleted arrangements for 1923. were shorn of limbs, lawns were damaged Leesburg YAB -R \H'.PO.A; : K:
[ there be change I will be I i \ : t:
Ustweek. and it is thought the car stewed.He should any .
reported for the with by cars the drivers of which Porter. c ..*...-X4 .0I..,'0.10., ;
'.1. \twiUb.; that he had been success was not running at a rapid apeed'iand I delighted to take up the matter. disliked to retrace their run to some Gillespie.Sd .rw-C4, 0 .1'';; .1,2,0 J "

//1... 'being put five men who would stopped his car at once.vThen-almost I -"With and best side-street, and one man had a serious Medlin. Jd ._-....4 O. 0> 110OUebrook. ,,
: the .Balsa ) erased by the enormitY..At.the my kind regards .
for the organisa' I' fall. cf __..4 00 .2 ,0.\0i:
r. the as soon as one accident, started on a run for a physician wishes, I am. yours very truly, While endeavoring to lift some of Keslin. If-_._...,.8 0:> 0 '2-T.0: 0.: r ?

.plete. . B. B. Lombard, -',4hinkina nothing his car. (Signed) tbe limbs of a monster liveoak-the Fallow, lit _--__2 0 0.. 800' "
'The selected as one of that A coroner's jury found Stokes guilty "CHARLES A. COMISKEY.VIt largest and most attractive trees of Wilson as _______2 0' 0.., .1 '0.'O.
i'" height been forced to withdraw of the Involuntajy act, and he was I was feared when the l letters were its kind in the county-John If. Hobbs Friedel, rf ..'____2 0 0' .' 2;, 8 0 t
v ness .. of his early removal arrested to Kisslmmee sent to the various big league clubsthat made a misstep and fell to the brick Jarvis, p ______8 0 0,, 0.0'4"; 't.. ,
of ample where he made an appearance' bond : arrangements had been previously i "0 0-KO'::
-and the Uet. of pavement, a distance of about twenty Carpenter, : i.-: .Z O, 0, ,
f,s .been ; in included Stanley In the sunvof 11.000. and was released. 1 made-r-but there was no harm in feet. It was at first feared that he J '-J-' -r '
it .. of' them Farmer F. A. Nave. lore a the accident termflnated making an offer. In some cases the was seriously injured-but examinations 30 0 11! 27ll: ;;

;. S. the others and Allison T. de it seem.)to be the general training quarters are literally put on showed that no bones were broken Score, by innings.: ". ""' :.i jKisslmmee "
;., .. abll be body agreed to endorse opinion of the citizens of Saint Cloud an auction basis-the locality whichcan and only severe bruises. and contusions .1,. R R.I!;, yh'f
/f ,lo On the the post. that it was unavoidable and Mr. offer the best bonus, climate and resulted.\ 500.043 000-12 21 0

'many .In of the Inland wajier Stokes, an employee of the city has other' considerations being .about The. building reached It. final site Leesburg ___u_ 000 000 000-i. 0',' 21 JE'Batteriesr tr,4
making it up for cone ere. received many words of condofeneeover equal being the spot selected. Tuesday-but on Monday evening Pen and Story; Jams.,, "
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f :: building1 ? was determined, ) have the casualty. there was debris scattered all along Carpenter and, Porter. .. ? ,
; '".. "Four of to learn if'it was an COMING BACK I ITO Florida. Income Tax Main street in the way. of boards and
fi POULK BOY SCOUTS HERE TODAY
baths
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for actual usinese or IllS HOME\ CITY Shows Big IncreaseThe tree-trimmings matter very unsightly
''t the member./Tne, matter of and perhaps dangerous to the J. D. Woodbeck received a wire thlk- .
:;/ 'portion There is : /mosquito-breeding' The many friends of. W. L. Poulk number of federal personal In- automobile .traffic. morning from Scout Master Partridge f ,
'.1, 1\ f membership at ten be to greet him his calendar
S. will pleased upon come tax returns for the stating that the "All-State Friendship
.> i The ity was also briefly arrival in Kissimmee early in this year ended December 31. 1920. filedIn New Ownership ForVulcanbing Tour" of the Boy Scouts.would arrive :3 >r

f. : coming month. It is expected that Florida was 42 210, representing ant PlantThe in Kiislromee about five o'clock this at,. '
1", red cry .b.rck.: WITH BODY he will arrive here within ten days or. income amounting to $141,105,124 evening.' Owing" to the .absence from f ,

&' plans .- two weeks. and tax (normal and surtax) of $5- i vulcanising plant formerly this city of Leo Wilson others stepped ;'l.
A i be a Travis was acquitted by TOURING THE EAST COAST 242705. owned by "Jack"_Sparling and sold by In and commenced to m e.arranl'8-'
the word. jury of the murder last As compared with 1910, the above 1 him some eighteen months ago to ments.to meet them. They,will camp
t atulated ( her husband, and Wed Rev. W H. Dre ch who has beenas figures show a growth of '11,103 in returns Lester E. Alford. who has since con- at the tourist camp. It is expectedthe
Displaying she returned to Kis- far south as Miami, has been. received filed as well as an increase in ducted it; has been purchased by Sam visitors .will five a demonstration,
*' 'J the remains; with everywhere in .jrtost'.kindly the total net Income amounting to W. Prather, of the Lupfer-Prather of their workth, evening at about ,
1 Should'' handsomely., gowned in manner. He has spoken at Cicoanut $33.742.148 and an, Increase In thetax garage who assumed control of the nine o'clock on Darlington avenue, .a.f Y !
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J greetingher relat., Grove ,in the Congregational church of $870.616- plant on Saturday. The new owner 'fir "
'''Dr.'fo1 at(the station to meet and in every place of note he has ad _, propones to increase the (;capacity' oi NURSE-. .....RETURNS,- i''r' ;MQME\.' _
'k 'his new ; firmly to the car provided dressed audiences upon ;Oils', theme. : [CLAD.. TO BE HOME the plant add some...later and more Mrs,.:E.:*R-r Smith, who has been ear v-.
to ,.Ing a good .;'iT; J: 1 V/-.,*: '. !:'1b.,-Ideals.of Rollins.College." complete machinery;. and 'make :IfaStrict1y Int' fol'.Hn..W..C.'\,Se sibaf"lf 804 *
.. held -yester F. S. Ledbetter: Jr.. who accompanied b,
were plant. For jthepresent'theplace -
"' ,simmeer_ . 'SEERi in t-to-date) Main'.tnet.'fot' the,
and
iG-UALTU1 Hornsby family
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f cbur..a jf at' three-thirty::
:' r .banding" church airdd'th.'many -Miss*Ethel.',Hail and hex ,mother.Mrs. their'Kissimmee:car to, -Wednesday, Philadelphia..returned. He.;spent certain extent by =V!
sufficient
::: Travis'were ,
made
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there-- been-with Alford for couple her husband They ,
: who has a by '
Hall left
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i-den r .., ., : I: ,vrer..kQdiene.* besut.tu The.and floral. the 'old 'home att COrdele, Georgia, the nine Quaker day..ln'City; had nl.th.'a .fine trip golog' of-months; but will ''be ''directly in the trip by 'ear.Soh)e ,.ean'ago Mr; "" ; . jri,
fence u' nd : ; Smith resided- in this cityY
Mrs.
who"will and 4
.: to"" remain' several 'and and learned a' great charge of Prather. give guarantees > '
; coming
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would be mostMmpr 1I monthstheexpecttrip glad of the opportunityof I'.r ,.
turned out. and they were
all-work thatis. .
made chiefly vows'that he on ;
after all he.
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the entire ; th visit Mca.3enslba, '
Mr. Alford has mad .no announce
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SOUTHERN VIEW op "Kt..4 t FIGHT AGAINST" THE! KU KLUX the Elks the Knights of Pythias and tht Manumic fraternity..andev.ry..Individual MASON DENIES KU KLUX KLAN sixtieth: district wart- ;111* grounds I
. KLAN SPRKADIXG every otfrer one is openly and avowedly who approves of law and order ,IS SUPPORTED. BY'THE'LODGE. that his official oath as sheriff U '
Commenting on the recent revival engaged in the service of human are losing in righteous anger j contravened and contradicted by the <"* :" ,
of activity on the part of the Ku Klux Following the lead of similar) organisations ity. Their ideals, their meeting places against the obnoxious acts committed Boston June 16.-A letter declaring oath of the Ku Klux Klan. and thus V1_ .'
Klan after several month 'of'acquUesornce. Iq Florida and other and their membership areknown.Not by the Ku Klux Klan. In our lit the Ktt Klu: Klan an on-Masonic Masonic organization constituted official misconduct such ;

Thomas W._LoI.*., editorof states, and the"statement, at the Masonic an atom of similarity exists. tie Ity''of' Klssimmee crimes have 'utterly without ss appeared to the court sufficient.'to,
the Columbus. (Ga-) Enquirer-Sun ,head in, Massachusetts, a committee Neither( is there any similarity in been committed by the Ku Klux Klan support or sympathy, has been sent to remove him from,,office. I. 4 i{,. ''in.
[ of the Birmingham Bar Association Masonic lodges 'of th..state by Arthur The judgment of the "court; came '
u.k.: federal legislation against it the conditions of today and the conditions that 'have been a detriment to our
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had issued denunciation ,of '-'D. Prince; grand master of''the the closing of. '#
-rD an Interview the New York a of the reconstruction' periodIn city have made the'name' of Klislm- Immediately upon .therelator
'Mr;! Leyless I. tihsparlng In the Ku;Klux Klan which vivlctly Impresses which the original Ku Klux Klan mee a. stench to the nostrils of people Massachusetts: grand lodge. '* side of the case and before '
"World, Amerlran" The+' letter'' made public\ here' todayseyt had theIntroduction f
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Ms criticism* ef the object.. and meth- upon every loyal was founded. The order was then established who are law-abiding. Why should the respondent begua
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ode ef the Klan., Federal ''leg1elation the necesity of fighting the "Invisible : to mitigate the horror of this be? Our town beautifully situated that *. a grand lodge. we of testimony. The'GOurt held ..f. j :
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law empire" which threatens the very situation and should take too interest In'this'" organization that the evidence showed Mr. Carne .*..
he i* "the on/) kind of, that an impossible to restort aperfect paradises Why ..
say.. officers
foundation of the republic."If bat for the claim made by its had subscribed to the oath of the Ku
y the clan of people who now make the government into the'bands of such a condition exist We, membersof islargely I I'
up
a the Klan In this countrywill respect. the Ku Klux Klan will take those people whom God and nature the Home Protective Associationhave and.organizer that Its membership Klux Klan, and that the oath' was In
While the newspaper exposure of.the their masks off; if they .will cease had intended should exercise it. The organized for the sole purposeof Masonic and that It has Masonic evidence. The court''held.that this !

organization last year, he says. "cans. their attacks upon the democratic mask was necessary in those days, making an end to such acts aa have approval and support. letter evidence could not be contravened,
." -cd.such right-thinking people as happened 'party or_g-et J>utpfjtt4t they' :wi 11_ not- -because.Jt....wearersfeared. the been .perpetrated by the Ku Klux i"This ststement. Mr. Princes and inasmuch a* he deemed that sufficient -. ;
to be members of the Klan to submit' their grievances to l !F.r authority face of man but in order to escape Klan fn oUI'-tlty.' 'We-are for promot eontinues"is i absolutely false as to- remove the .sheriff -he-directed ":- -

'' of it and warned .all other per- we shall be satisfied nays military trials where every ing the prosperity and safety of every the Klan has no connection with and the verdict to that end. '
get out the committee of'fifteen < the dosIng them: neither does' It have the.support of of the rest in final 1
if aons of Its real character it also.had n of the law was denied Individual in our city. We do I The disposal case
the effect of advertising the Klan paragraph of its address "If not where they would have no chance to not believe in law-breaking or mob any: Masonic Jurisdiction. determination exclusively '''upon
y+ among the class of person who were the fight I I. on and will not end untilthe.e protect themselves.. Both white su- violence in any form. Certain preposterous I .The avowed principles of the Klan. the question of law as to whether th*

looking for just that sort of organi things are accomplished. This prem.cyand ; impartial" trials are falsehoods have been circulated 'the letter; asserts "violates M.-I oath of the Ku Klux Klan is an obligation -
S ",;, anti-Jew, anti- country will not have. invisible gov maintained today. about our organization Baying sonic law at every point and it which contravenes the 'constitutional -

I.lk s.\Iontl-C.thollc1--working in the dark with the ernment. ."The history of the fall of the Ku that if we could not suppress the Ku be impossible. for me to conceive of hIs a oath which public officersare .. .:i
negro sanction of 'invisible government." | The commitee quotes from an ofi- Klux Klan," says the address "In. the Klux Klan in any other way we would Mason who- could so far forget with required to take before they can r-> :

He hold that the lOan.,deapite itsR jcial 1 document recently puhlixhed by history of every other similar organ commit arson or mob those thought Masonic teachings as to affiliate taking i, qualify. If affirmed by the court-of '1f.
Dr. William\ Joseph Mahoney an officer an organization which advocates last resort it will mean that no officer 'ft:
patriotic claims is '"the greatest ization. Begun first for the advancement to be members of the Ku Klux Klan. ,
for evil that has ever grownup of the klan to ehoW the efforts of a cause which called for the Such statements area) emphatically' the law into its own hands, con- | of the stats of Texas can hold office ;l
t agency of the organization to .leatroy tho demning men and women in secret and at the same time subscribe..V<
< in this country" and that "unless highest exercise of patriotism it soon false-made to injure our organization. of ,
it meets a speedy end. it will afflict ; democratic party in the south und the degenerated until good men had to We stand for nothing but law trials and Imposing,the punishment unlawfulbanfehment" to the oath required to become a mem. '
the North and East u it already has 1 republican party in -the north and to leave it The bad men remained, and and order and to' assist anyone in the whip, the tar bucket or ber of the Ku Klux Klan. In other i

the south and west if not more so." substitute a new 'arty'or the invisible finally it remained for the good men danger of mob violence-whether he how words, if this judgment is affirmed
The great danger from the Ku Kluxat 1 government 0 It shows to rise up and destroy it. There Is no Is white or black, and regardless -ofcteed. The letter after asking long"it citizens the higher court, every.offlee,bolder "
present, he remarks, is "its effortto that the Know-Nothing party and use or necessity of'such as c confronted We have approximately 200 will be before the law-abiding dire in the state of Texas will be subject i.I::.
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secure political control of the coun- similar organizations based, like the UK then. Government is recognized. members and are still soliciting more. of this commonwealth to removal upon proof of having
try." He regards political domination I klan. upon prejudice, have failed in White supremacy-la"ali.ured.Ir the There nocharge'forMnitlation' ; and punishment upon those who forget 01'flout subscribed to the Ku Klux Klan oath.
by a secret organization of mask the past. "History repeats itself." I sole purpose for which the klan now no dues. We will continue to solicit the sovereignty of the law. concludes Ma.- That sounds logical and now' the
r ed1 men as "worse than anarchy." I I In fact history is already repeating I exists is the advancement of those members for our organization until with a declaration that "no be question 'presents itself if this U ;f
itself. The recent defeat of tho Ku : sonic temple or apartments mu.tUlled the law in Texas, is it not1'' also the
Its evil Influence has been thoroughly -' things which it professes why did every m.n. woman and child can retire ,)
ly demonstrated in Georgia, he says, I Klux candidate for governor of Ore- i they adopt the name of an organization -, to their bed at night without fear for the Klan a purpost'Tamp. law throughout the land? t
I' and "Texas and Oklahoma are now gon indicates that the American peap'e which professed an entirely different of. being awakened in the dark hours Times, June 16. /Sufficient investigation would probably -

a, (lent by it." are awakening to the peril. The purpose however necesary at of the night by a body of masked snd MASKED MEN BEAT UP develop that many county and .

The danger is certainly &'!'e.t.- not removal of a Texas sheriff who aLlowed the time and which had degeneratedinto armed men,-and-taken.from the sanct- v, PUTNAM COUNTY BOY: ___' municipal officials are members of.
w much because of anything that the membership in the klan to interfere an evil which almost wrecked our ity of their homes and beaten, mutilated AFFAIR IS MYSTERY the Bb etlRhmler.-.It"II'1I1Identooct
Klan has yet done, as because of it* with the just administration country?" and perhaps killed. Our purpose be the practice of the organizers to '
potentialities, for harm In the hands of his .lutles, as it must of necessitydo Growing numbers of reports of acts! is to end the activities of the K. K. K. Palatka. June 24.-Percy Gllsson induce as many public officials as can '

_; of wrong-minded leaders, and because is another indication. But thereis of violence, perpetrated in the name through the. proper channels. Any son of John Glisson, formerly chairman be persuaded' join. ,'
k' of the'Ul'ioua.and racial prejudice ample room for action in other of justice should convince the most citizen of Kisimmee who has been de. of the board commissioners.of The action of this-upright f..r0. ...,
;. it ttateK.. Others,_t.follow t.IweJDIIIe' good skeptical:that the. eviKefth klatuto- luderf.as-to: the-purposes and ldeels* four Putnamt=co nty>.--- caltsd.from.hi. less Texas judge J i. .........- .oheeeo Ow>
v Gongrsw aftev perfunctory-invest .f.th.- Birmingham lawyersand day la,far greater than*th..U.that :: organisation.bV"thefalse. sasss latil..otuma..at.no.twiok last. nightat taref ol.consideration-of-those-In, authority. .riIIe'lI',
the-Texan judge; o'clock and seized by a partyof .-Editorial in Tampa Times.HERE'S . ,
.' tigsAioirof.the-Klan: last'yeardecided led to the destruction of the original tionsr circulated about us can cast 11 -
to let it alone. At that time it seemed The government that approximatesrafety organization. The Birmingham lawyers such tales aside. WE STAND FOR masked men. When he resisted he C. ,
to be disintegrating, under press exposures. : and justice Is the governmentof are right in their demand that PEACE ONLY."INVISIBLE was shot in the arm and beaten over A QUESTION 'I
If It continues growing in the state in which the people have the members of the klan must takeoff the head with a pistol.! Glieson was If the masked and white-robed
number and boldness at its present a voice. Whenever a man is to b*<< their masks and exercise only the EMPIRE' carried some distance from the house, men.
.. rate congress may not be able to punished it must be by the law of the legitimate rights of a secret society IS SEVERELY SCOREDBY where he was left by the roadside un who do not show their faces, are jury
..:: evade the issue.-Editorial in Tampa state and not by the law of the' if they wish to continue ss such. JUDGE CLAYTON conscious. judge and executioner in Anderson

4 Tribune kln. nor the law of the individual's/ The "invisible empire" as it exist today Investigation by the sheriffs office who besides in that city is so conscious -
nsEicps.. The only American" group Orlando June 19.-Declaring that that Glisson's attackers
is a serpent in the grass whichis has developed only of innocence, who is armed so.
KU KLAN ARE that has the right to determine whena striking at the very life of libertyand there is no place for "an invisible em- came to Palatka after the assault
citizen: shall die' for crimo suf- -Johns river strong in honesty, that he may not
PARED FROM MASONRY a or justice. The klan contends that pire" within the United States and and crossed the St.-
fer for his wrong-doing is a legally Palatka. apprehend assault?
; its motives are justice its methodsare bridge here toward East
: San Francisco, May 9.-A letter empanelled jury of his percs. Usurpation bearing the fruit of;injustice.WE characterizing the usurpation of Glisson. who was not seriously Injured Where is the citizen.anywhere so
., discountenancing admittance of members of that authority is un- meri- ; government functions" by the Ku said he had no idea what had righteous that heis sure of his life
of the.Ku Klux Klan into theo c.n. unfortunate and unjust.Dr. STAND FOR PEACE ONLY Klux Klan or any other organizationas prompted the attack. and liberty in the presence of a masked -
Masonic order was ordered sent to all Mahoney of the Ku Klux, however mob .:-1 ,
member in California and the Hawaiian contends that his organization The only achievement we know of destined to inflict an inestimable KU KLUX SHERIFF FIREDA Who in South Carolina ha faith ,
Island Monday by Dr. Samuel E. is justified by the practices of other that the Ku Klux Klan has accom- wrong to society. United States Judge enough to believe in the virtue of invisible .

w' Burke, grand master of the California secret societies against which no complaint plished in Kissimmee has been to array Henry D. Clayton assailed the policies special dispatch from Beaumont men?-Columbia State

jurisdiction The letter asserts has been entered. The argu- father against son, brother and principles of such societies in to the Galveston News, dated June 9. council has
that the "Klan tenets are.inimical to ment is absurd on the face of it. Thereis against brother citizen' against citi. says; The Chicago city pro-
the tenets of true Americanism and no other secret organization existing zen. What is the cause of this antagonism fiery phraseology In an address be Tom H. Garner sheriff of Jefferson hibited parades of the Ku Klux Klanin

Masonry and therefore have no place which takes the law into its own ? This is the reason. Citizens fore the Florida State Bar Association county was removed from office today mask. Why should not Klsslmmee

:within the.jM-gan.lxatlon.) 'J, hands. The Masons, the Odd Felloes. of this country, leading judges. by Judge Robert G. Street in the have a similar ordinance? 1 1r.

"" _. -. \ -ADVERTISEMENT PAID FOR BY fflflE HOME' PROTECTIVE;...ASSOCIATION.) ..-..JIN ji'r. .. :

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CHAMBER. COMMERCE," NEWS vilel 1 is riot as long as that requiredto MEMORYOF
., '- reach a European port but it is \1! '''''''''''''''

N (871.( ,(D.:Woodbeck, Secretary. ) equally as pleasant and very interesting !MRS. IDA L. PFANN r
.. '. and don't cost nearly so much. -
:A number ofetter.; have been received It is safe tosay that if hundreds One year ago. May. 12. she left us. 'How did / ,
ID reply to .the circular. letter come from the north to Florida this It is rather difficult to adequately your neighbor'slast '

sent out by the Chamber of Commerce summer/thousands will come duringthe express our' esteem for a departed 1
endorsingstate division. All are in summers that follow. Summer friend;< it Is better while the-heart" tire turn out

harmony with our view. time. here is delightful With alwaysa is pumping life blood in the "veins," bargain 7 .;:t
breeze and the sun shining longer sending light to the eyes, smile on .
V plane nature that are now on pa* and warmer in. the north than here the lips, to hand our" beautiful "flow- ,. ':1. I
_ per, Kissimmee will,have a ,one hundred there is no other .place quite so gooda. era." The writer has purposely delayed ::: OBADLYyouknQw 'An. .t6.opeadn.'i6.dder / I I .; :
,4a, .twenty-room hotel each one Kissimmee.' > this "appreciation/ homesin tle..tol\ecar.owner >selU you confidence not erica He 1
with private bath, a steel and concrete our city are there Which haven't ;' wants you satisfied wtob performance ..:
structure _iWhen the road to,, Melbourne We Wish to Know felt the tender hand of this selfsacrificing it always on and value. The only way he knows r F ,

,is'' Completed Kissimmee. the One of the strangest reasons why \ woman sinking: self into "du- lookout.for the to get your business .1* to des ... t r '

. junction between the ocean and' the the Chamber of Commerce should be t,." When her own "body" beoame 1 tires heaD serve it.This V'Q
gulf/ will be .the principal stopping better known and better understood prey to ill-health she still continuedher mail
I He likes them by is the "Ueeo" Idea.Compared .
find. to
get
place along the lira ,Hotel men- are I bv each and every individual in KIs- path of love.and kindness to those .
not slow to >realize what'a demand. simmee ,.. the fact that closer acquaintance around her in trouble. Mrs.. Pfann or at a Bale or 'at 'some>t>Uce tax ,.., r:

n there will be for a real hotel and in- : with organizations and was a big-hearted friend; a devoted where they have big red bargain with the :
;rolries are coming into the Chamber. men disclose merit and sincerity of wife and mother; an earnest memberof the door. chargedontnis' 4
1 of 1CommercarJg r' *' I purpose which cannot otherwise be the Methodist church for which signs over ta'mfanite thrill of .

'yleiedred.' I. appreciated.This! she labored year in and year out. It would be fine If he could the: 'bargain appeal J.... ';i'
Summer
This :'
Comlag the "Usco" U jo* '
''Jt; 1* that hundred of >eopl Chamber (pf Cofcnmertce 4s I get "the edge" (in every tire '..
expected
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j plain commoo-
ready to consider all problems for the "I never stand beside a bier and see I
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r from other state will visit FlorId '
common good; it is an organization The seal of death stamped on some trade. R 1
: during the.coming summer. Not of the people for the people and by well-loved face the dealer can't afford to 36x3'' %
But
?; all who desire to .... Florida can come ;
the people, inasmuch a* the civic, social But what I say: 'One more to welcomeme i
in winter and now the railroad and J let him have it. .
ana Industrial factors of the city .
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steamship line are making it easy are inseparable."What When I've crossed the intervening usco
and for them make :)
pleasant to a summer of :;
does the Chamber Com-
1\.1\ .trip to the Land of Flowers. The merce do!" This question has been Of this fair land and that one over Even if a man saw any slight. .
from New YorktoJackson- "
voyage : and always will be asked in every city there; percentage in shopping at, ;t ;

having a civic and commercial organization One more, to make the strange land all-it disappeared when the: 4s .,
C A and frequently is asked in a seem f.irl'! .
1t tone which implies that it does nothing "Usco" brought the price
y to justify its existence or the Let us keep Mrs. Pfann- fresh in down.'\ !

payment of dues which support it. our memory. Astosdardproduct-.otths ; . >
There are some people who do not believe -
they receive the value of their Speak to us. guiding star! dealer sells it with pride. .; I ,

money unless every individual member Tell where our loved ones are- Agooddre.Thedealerhasno 'if
of the Chamber of Commerce For we soon may cross the bar."REE desire to trade you&.to l"alargcrpro&forhimselr 41

gives his entire patronage to their individual FRIENDS." d ;j
stores or that the almost: Mrs Helen Perdue, (writer.) . .
I impossible is accomplished within an Mrs. George Nickles Tarpon Springs. t v- .
impossible length of time. !I Mrs. J. H.' Phlpps. <

Time Is An The work of.an. organization of this I I United $IdeS'lira) r i ,
-t When. kind is a mane of details affecting are
industrial Are You An Ailing: Woman? 4u.
and promoting the civic, I ...: ,>
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"' <: Element and commercial welfare all and prosperity vital- Here I* Most Vital and Important : .
of the community are
... I to maintaining the ;credit; dignity and Advice C1 k y 1rr' httii i+1"

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harmony of Kissimmee and Osceola I
; Yo.t get qsick actioa at thisjyrtBcybeca '_county and to presenting to prospec- Jonesboro. N. C.-"At one time 1 -.. ,.,

M bay protedioa plo M t I live residents and visitor our resource was greatly distressed and had to I g "
yea and attractive features, to the walk tip-toe for fear of..J.rrin& my- 44t
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'I active service that b eat el th. srfiary. end that they be induced to come and self. The doctor said I had an organic 'a

remain with u*. i, trouble. He doctored me for that United States Tires .
.. To impress the entire community and I received some relief from his

with the aim and spirit of the organization medicine enough so I could do a lit- United States O Rubber Company ;.(
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.A* -agents of the Hartford Is one of the foremost desires tle work in the house, but for,two .' ,
L of the Chamber of Commerce; it Is nota I suffered with that awful'achy' XSSCT M
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:Fire -InsuranceCompany' "closed door" body nor is there any years Finally a'friend heardof "J
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.; desire that its officer and .committee ..
service mean year-;round. my Illness, and told me what Dr .. \
their and the accompanying '
monopolize positions, :
ci personal 'Attention to- policyholders wo k, to the exclusion of |I Pie-ce's Favorite "I Prescription bad y y .1
done for her and 1 decided: I would .
"' and in other interested citizen*-those who ,
promptness! it. The first-few doses helped
r"*. : will fight for fhe city's good are more try
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:.' 't. all thing i? than welcome to join and get in hework. j me, and by the time I- had taken, two
' '.. bottles I began to feel all right again
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member 11 have.great faith in Dr. Pierce'. Favorite : :
\Wheny'tZtiiteii'rleaaured'" by" If. you are not already a l BuyLUPFER <& PRATHERTJ. -
,I, ,. ; you should be.' 0,When can yon spend .v PrescripUon"-Mrs: Hannah : ,
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hour' and familiarize' yourmelf -
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1 35*$ ; : pairs 2 Hose Cotton Good better. nothing Calfi..Oxfords 95 -3 J1EN.pmI'BEAcH.PA3$ ; ;
; ,( Brown '. .... ,. Pumps strap and Oxfords white all LADIES' '
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-.)$2.8.1)$5.00$;.?< ir.*!& ro s values $3.50$ . .. .. . .. ... . ... ..t ;" .. ..or.".,'... .. value $3.25$ ,2 to 111.2 model sport Oxfords white heels, military weight light l ''iexiure fin a. SERGE BLUE t
i:.. '!* :, women-: and men For : atheels 2.15 value 11$2.75$ to 81-2 8 with Pumps strap brown and black heels _
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,; '; 1.1(. |'* Price, Sale Our Qtt CO Value left these of many Not sizes Sandals. Barefoot-CHILDREN'S- 5 9 Cl last they while ,$5.00$ to value. ,. . ,', t ., 'lid'. "' ,.
C' $235$ at Cheap .
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shoe work Extra 'YaIue I'
military Pumps t-.t.
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made. overall, any than less shrink and . . . ) ,at $6.50value$ arrivals $10.85$ ; : ;
$15.00( $ a tailored finely !
$4.85$ ; Spanish new with! white all and white d and black Pumps.strap -
stripe express value$2.50$ shoes work latest heels
to Guaranteed Overalls.
t'' fadeless t ; gray ;
and blue union-made standard heavy MEN'S' \ 5 9 $1$ heavy ,strong ,good MEN'S' Pumps I leather patent strap'Grecian 'LADIES' one- and l;< Oxfords black and brown 'LADIES' brown .and in colors BEACH PALM,*: :1: "


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KISSIMMEE: V ALL GAZETTE WOULD GREATLY IMPROVE CITIZENSHIP. More Ticky Tattle CUNDVS LETTER STIRRED 'BOT-WEATHER
UP BOY SCOUT ENDORSER!;!I
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PUBLISHED BVBRY TKJDAT WITH the ,desire to'. make cltlzen.blp' thlt t the Over Ticky Cattle Arthur Cundy. who is taking active jDetermined to SALE"i i

J, BT THB: XI8SIMMBB) VALLBT GAZETTE! COMPANT' term tails for the ,Miami Herald puts forth a blat to The Gazette is in receipt of a brief participation{ in the forming Of _Boy : for every man and :
. KIS3IMUEB. FLORIDA legislative action which appears t :.merit the approvalof communication from Sam Summerlin Scout units or patrols in a group of I up" on the Fourth, F. S.' Gilbert com. .,%'
pre.leI.nt" ,the general public secretary of the Cattle Raisers' six counties' of which Osceola is one,' mences today a sale at which astonishMWf, ; SfIngly
W. B. HARItla, Association of Florida locatedat has greatly stirred other leadersof i low figures are' being made onHB yi*
E. a. VAM8 ACJNEW. SecretaryW The Herald proposes that a law be passed directingthe ,: now up ...
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the varieties of lines he carries. t'r
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Cocoa which says: the movement because expression all What
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THORNDTKB. Editor clerk
t elections Immediately after the general election "I am enclosing you a letter which made in' a letter he wrote to the use of being-'dressed up'" Mr. > ;';:
SUBSCRIPT'IO RATES. to ,cross:' of from the poll lists the game of every was received too late for your last is a woman of Mount Dora. In replyingto Gilbert asks, "unless you are dressed \\C/V
", t' One Copy, One T..r--------------'f.t: : person who did not vote at that election: Persona who sue. As It is self-explanatory it needs her query rel'ardiJlf.the: use of : right -and have a dollar or two lef*, l'f
One Copy!, t'lis' ) ... failed to vote _.would. be requiredunder, the proposed no comment from me.' I am sending whiskey, Cundy wrote: never. in your pockets after the bill is paid" 41:
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One. Copy Joonth.1. : law, to register before the next general election, The it as a vindication of the assertion I used It-never had any desire for it; : The sale began today--and as may be "V
(Entered at' Poitofdce at Klaelmme*, Florid. of the dead or those who : made in an article 'published last but nevertheless I hold no particular I. noted in his large advertisement in ",*?
names have .
ate.econd-cl. .matter.) removed from the week. feeling against those who feel it ,necessary this issue, he is making a notable reduction _. "" \,.-
county would automatically be eliminated, the Herald The enclosure was a, letter from the to their enjoyment of, life." in practically everything in.V, 4 rj
All communication must except be sinned. ,from by authorised the writer. correspondents cites, without 'requiring the, county commissioners go state veterinarian. J. V. Knapp, of the 1'Immediately the Mount Dora peapie stock. He is "overloaded' and pre-' !
A the State Live Stock Sanitary Board, and to think in coiflflSctfon with fen to let the goods without
:JcUd matter. will be returned If called. for. over lists every year to purge the lists of names of seem go pro-
those who have gone away or who have died. reads as below: Cornelius Christiancy president of fit than to hold them for a legitimate "; ,:
I I Foreign A4rrtlfnff R.pre..nt.t/_ I There is the idea as suggested- and .jr.iIl llt.lt therecannotb.producedbaegood "I intended to see you after the cat the central Florida council of the Boy profit; and he feels sure that everyone -. .V.;
I TVIE AMERICAN PRE33 ASSOCIATION | tlemen's meeting at Fort Pierce l>',t. Scouts that the remark was slurringtheenderand enterin slgsotrehstasohrdluetao
i I argument,.. :There-may-be a.--tl1e-"Weather-was--tl1n.Z\tenlne- : ; papers-that-print -nteringhls-.tore-will-leavelt-4n. -I
FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1922 some additions made-there doubtless would be-to the you probably had some distance to ed the matter have been-called upon a happy.frame of mind because of thesaviftir "
outline given; but tHere should be no strings attachedto drive. I presume you left Immediatelyafter to apologize. The.Eustis Region after made and the quality of goods
ry it. There should be no clause made which would permit :- adjournment."You having found out that the statements secured at this "Hot Weather' Sale." .
will recall that during. the were facts, reiterates the, pre.
illness absence from the
or city or the state to
meeting the question was raised' relative vious remarks in an editorial item AN ANNUAL OUTINGMr.

BIBLE THOUGHt (fOR IBIS WEEK serve as an excuse for the non-voter-.aa that would to the probability of an extra and scoffs at the idea of there being and Mrs. W. L. Thorndyke and
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tend to introduce complications in. too many cases., The. session of the legislature. I am not. any' insult. to the Boy Scouts. friends, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Edwardsand
same course! of action 'could be extended-and should yet in position to say that such extra AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP son, drove over from Kissimmee "-
a. be-to primary elections and to city primaries and elections session will be called; although it MEETING BY MASONSAll Sunday and picknicked at Indlalan-
well. is strongly rumored here. I do not Beach. While there "Thorn .
as tic / whois
BETTER RUBIES Search the Scriptures
:THAN :-- ;
t know where obtained information
you your Masons are requested to attend the versatile editor.of The Valley-
It is acknowledged fact that citizen
an the does
for In them think be have eternal life and they are who but it authentic
ye ; regard as the celebration of Saint John's Day Gazette, took his annual bath in thsT'"'
they which testify of me. -John 6: 39. not use his right of suffrage is.not a full "hundred percent any other and, therefore, consider an and American Citizenship meeting to ocean. The Times editor acknowledges "
American." Every man an "t IS TIllS A NATION OF BARBARIANS a duty participate in the control of every departmentof "In the event an extra session is 80. at the Masonic Lodge Monday mee visitors at his horne--Melbourne'
government. Neglecting do so indicates an apathet called tick it is quite certain the questionof evening, July 3, at eight o'clock. Times. /
eradication will be presentedto All wives mothers and ,
ic-condition which result.-pradlcalJ in daughtersof
patriotic paralysis -
imtJTAtlTY has marked every !step of the union state where : the legislature for consideration; Masons are invited to attend this RETURNS FROM TENNESSEE
a will suit me--no
; "anything matter therefore it would
miners in the coal districts of Illinois-ahd the fearful appear necessarythat meeting. A program has been arranged -
what happens. the Cattle Raisers' Associationat Miss Alpha West fall, who has been
consisting of short address
; cruelties perpetrated by members of the union- The suggestion of the Herald would result in money- ( least, the executive committee) by Dr. J. A. Sutton,a together with attending school at Maryville Ten-
') .both men and women-have settled once and for all saving in many ways. It would avoid the publicationof and representatives of the State Live instrumental and vocal musical selec pessee. made an extended visit en-
the rights of that body of thugs and torturers. The Stock Sanitary Board and this office I tions. route at Asheville with Mrs. E. E.
C. those voters who were dead or removed from the ,
and
confer with the in view of Wells her daughter, Miss Dorothy
purpose There will be
careful conservative in social
and
Associated Press always a regular meeting
county; as the list of voters in each county or each cityor drafting an adequate tick eradicationact. Wells. Miss Westfall arrived (in Kis i
'i its presentation of facts, has Kent out to the entire and light refreshments will be T"
each precinct: published some twenty days prior to served. simmee on Tuesday, bringing guest
world a partial account! of the cruelties found existing the closing of the books would show with an accuracy "In this connection Mr. Summerlin, W. J. STEED. i Miss Wells, who is enjoying herself "
upon the part of union miners towards those men, obtained in no other way all who were legally eligibleto I take the position that, if any effective Worshipful Master. in greeting her many friends. '. "
i not of the union, who ;desired to earn a living by producing vote in the next election. live stock'! sanitary work is to - ,;"
Following of
publication be
the mediumof .
accomplished 'through
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the world needs and -
what requires. >
e; that list those not named, could easily go to the proper this office it "will be greatly en- .
Herrin and its surrounding territory has been the official and make registry-thereby being reinstatedas hanced by the cattlemen of the state ..
L scene of horrors-for it was there the union miners. legal qualified voters. actively cooperating with this department .N,
on strike, did their worst. A correspondent of the There should right be to effect such legislation as
by a penalty attached to every
i'' Associated Press wires: will promote co-operative tick eradi- t
legal voter who fails to use his privileges-but such can- cation and relieve the strained condi- THE r-v
/ Out on a road near the mine, six men tied not be made to stand the test. Consequently! only tion confronting the cattle industryof SUCCESS OP THE

together, all of them wounded by bullets, and penalization! to the slothful or careless voter would be. Florida."I .
wounds, lay in a sCOT'Chlnesun while scores under this law, the simple effort of going to the regis- assure you that this office holds
itself in the service of the cattlemenof
of men IIn<* women roughed :at their plea for tration office and proceeding to get right. While there the state of Florida for the purpose .

water. One of the men, his face bloody and might be a small percent of voters who would feel peeved of offering relief through movement Merchants and Farmers Bank

a his shoulder shot away, was apparently with over having been automatically wiped off the voting and effecting general tick eradication
.; ( in a few minutes of death. lists and might refuse to re-establish themselves, such! for the development of said industry .

"v "Please, boys, give me a drink," he a feeling would soon wear off. and a fuller vote in each United States with the Department cooperation of Agriculture of the- i OF KISSIMMEEis

s moaned. case would be the result .

A laugh from the hundreds of spectators Such a law should be taken up and pushed throughthe "I will be pleased at any time to. ,

was the only, reply. legislature to the point where it would bt ready for confer with you or other members of I an assured fact.

The men apparently had been dragged// the governor's signature at the coming session. The the Cattle Raisers' Association of :..

down a rock road behind an autom' bilc. Their carrying out of the stipulations would result in a bet- dicated.Florida for tbepurpo.ea above In- I .

clothes were torn and pieces of gravel were ter citizenry and a deeper Interest in the matter of municipalities I

;, imbedded in their manglej flesh. counties, and the state as a whole. CAME BACK TO RELATE i A LOCAL INSTITUTION
illS ELECTION SUCCESS i
re The newspaper man hurried to a nearby house for OFFICERED BY LOCAL MEN
., water to'relievo the distress but upon his return a gang REALTY DEALERS SHOULD ORGANIZE Mr. and Mrs. Josh Barber and the I I -- s'

of"armod'tnen 'drtov him from the spoU % baby now of Okeechobee, are visiting .
OTHER cities have progressed because for one friends at Finny'Point, and Josh I j i .'
JWJien' the man" again begged for water "for thing, their realty men were organized on the Golden was in Kissimmee on Tuesday !greeting Able and willing to accommodate

K ''God's sake.9 a young woman with a baby in her Rule principle because they played fair, and because some of his many old-time friends, : its patrons to any extent in
who congratulated him his election
arms placed her foot the mangled and upon
on body they believed in proper publicity. Several cities in Flor- to the position of supervisor of .
said: "I'll '.ee you. in hell before you get ahywater. ida might be cited as proof that so long as there was no registration In Okeechobee county. keeping with safe

a, ." unanimity among those who were handling realty, either banking tj ,
TO NORTH CAROLINA _
SCHOOL
j. "-. And all ,this in America where the Constitution city- or suburban or both progress hung beck. So longas .

/'iina'! every I man Jhe right to earn his living and the there shall be variations in prices of properties shownso Robert Wyatt Mack is leaving this :..

;'>(government has ,undertaken protect! every decent -. long. as one dealer deprecates la sale made by an week for Hendersonvilld1 where he e "

_ ,[and i legitimate occupation I In Colorado, in the 90's. other 'thereby propagating a ..spirit of non-confidence will enter the Blue Ridge school. for a .
term of six weeks. !
'LtlM Western Federation of'Miners and the I. W. W.', among buyers-and so long as. handlers of real estate .

,, '* determined to. control all affairs-but within twenty- fall to use printer's ink as a means of encouraging sales ,

t four hours Governor: Peabody had the entire state -Just so long' will there be a hanging-back among the . .

,I h ,militia' on the grounds-and no acts of cruelty were ob buyers.
't ... served;' There' were some men killed, and somA were Take the papers published In other portions! of Flor- r

i driven.;from the tate but those men, even at the very ida, localities where there is evidenced a steady growth

height, of i',their violence, never showed cruelty. which and scan their columns and there will be seen a plentitude -
I of"what are styled bargains. Visitors from outsidethe .
would put a Turk to shame.So \
long as Acts of this sort are palliated and condoned state depend very little upon what may be written ,"

1 aDd the perpetrators of these awful indignities are perm upon bulletins outside a door, if they are anxious to see INi4ff
mitted to assume work in the plants ,they have endeav- what it being offered. If one stops at all to view the

ored to destroy Just so long will acts! of violence and listings he, fears that the dealer will appear outside the

Awfulness continue. The horrors noted in the oversea.war' door and, like the cheap merchants in the celebrated >

lc_ 1 were worse along some lines than what have been East Side" district of New York, drag him in and talk '1'j

: taking place in placid ,old ly-but it would appear him to death. The majority of investigators who come .

's' that a fear of losing political prestige keeps those who I' to Kissimmee to look over the city first are attracted to ATerror to Flies,Mosquitoes and other Insect Pests .

should act with Instantaneous and insistent protection the office of The Gazette, where they ecure a late copy

'. for the laboring men from doing their duty. If a crisis of the paper.-for they are looking for special snaps or Sprinkle a few bed
... mast come it were well that it came quickly. : good, bargains; and the frequent absence! of .many propositions =- drops on linen

,I loses sales. or curtains or around the
4.SHARP CRITICISM AGAINST STETSON I I'f' Every week requests! come for "sample copies" of spray 1 :'.

The Gazette. These are sent. Then will come a requestfor ... room Does, not stain: -
the names of realty men in the city; also for AmeS ,
i;, '. COLLEGE) graduates always stand firmly for the of hotels and lodging houses, with the general' rates. I

?, Institution whence comes their diploma--and1 never ist i This request comes with a return envelope, ready- 1

'there tolerated.one abusive word agalnst.it. The camerderie stamped, enclosed. The reply returned is "that unless

Inborn during years of close association during the information is to be found in :The Gazette there cer- .

the college career sternly forbids an utterance of con tainly is nothing of the sort in the city." Whether or ...
demnatlon against the alma mater. Every graduate will not inquiries are made elswhere is not known with any

?% i t caustically and pugnaciously resent a word of sarcasm degree of accuracy. Papers In other cities carry these t 'I', ;..

or abuse or ill-criticism! regarding that institution which I items in larger or smaller spaces-and the effect is felt. a I:1):
f gave him opportunities to accomplish all he has gained! I There should be a realty association in Kissimmee. ,i,! Ii "
and even more. All this is recognized and realized. under ) "
running : strict rules and by-laws. Each member
t 'Consequently when the Tampa Stetson Club--its name I should o deposit one hundred dollars or even :fifty dollars ...t .

is moat plainly indicative of its membership-declaresthat1 : in the bank as evidence of good faith, and the-first ) w '.3 ,.
Ii "Stetson is becoming too much of a one-man afr failure to comply with all the tenets of the organization .s ':
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fair. and "deep regret is felt" that the administrative should be followed by the forfeiture to all claims to the _ .

policy "formulated by Lincoln J. Hulley" has forced the money and the dealer should meet with expulsion It '

*+. resignation of a preceptor who has been beloved by all. should be made public that purchasers would be safe in \
vin there must be strong very strong, grounds for such assertions. with
dealing the membership that each real
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_, Yet this has taken place-and in Tampa man, whom dependence Ili '
upon might be placed; and that I 'pi
where there are doubtless. a ,vast. number of graduates I the association would take up and correct all shady or J
of that
'" university.
.' i I tricky work or any misrepresentation made by any of its
b When an alumnus of that instiuttion Julian L.
"r Hatard. members; and emphasis should be placed upon the fact
county judge for Hillsboro county, "sharply criticises" that rub unbusinesslike actions in
form
i any or shape .
,? Rhilley, and his criticism receives no dissenting would be tolerated. I e _

M t 'I'Voice from any member of the Stetson Club, it is time With an association of this sort and a sufficient r &{
ti' proper, authorities be invoked to make a change amount'of '
publicity.there would be
seen an improvement
ra If, Investigations ,prove him to be not the man for the : in and Kisaimmee. -:
j through It is to the dealers Will
.l up realty
i Last All
plats.-':.There:have been times
when
1Ip; .j !! state JIM made the'assertions far less emphatic the} press against of the whether or not this city and county shall grow. Night :

I Lincoln*J. IIuHey-=erpeeIallyrregardinQ: the crude manner THREE men. Tocher, Jungbluth. and Bredvad. have

wx in which'he: .,conduct*!-his political campaign-and 11 been on trial thla',week for the murder of F. B. Pitt at ,TRIPLE Contents/1oL PRICE .
i. .' there has arisen howl of indignation because of the his Punta Gorda home fifteen months ago. Just offhand ,
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,... "Ignorance newspapermen'but) this,recent verbal eastlgatlon [ lit: 'would seem tli these three from the antiqueness and ---- -

"<. 1 ft: :comes:from a body of men'who are bound to somewhat similarity.,their: names must be guilty-of SIRENGTH MOkmfeeay 25CENIS ,=

,;.:. < JaA",$the'kindliest' feelings tor.;the Institution. It the crime and should be }handled,according to the severity .

j .' ""' f IISay be not because they love their alma mater less bat of the crime.. :, _, Sleep Insurance :
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good &ameof. the .4- t'
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state
.. more, that"such, criticism is
pfedrortbi'bat'wlatever: > "NINETY percent.of an'automobile's ailments 15 EastAAdanis; Jacksonville.Florida "
.. ti; ; may be the l'eUOD.torlch electrical aw :
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JLOCAL t,, Christmas the'Tim firm'flies.; half'shopping of This the is)early year.the' last. Do day your of Sarasota.The Mrs.. monthly1 Elizabeth. ._." 3 % Pay Off That 8%, Mortgage '3 SiMOne


Shaves. 15c haircut, 36e; d.ildr8'l'! man's Club, which ...
25e3 .t Casino, Barber Shop.. 18tf held next Tuesday has .
Build that Lot.
Free Delivery Lowest prices. Taylor on Improve I
Stores Phone 250. S R. E.. Olds 'of Oldsmar. 'was in on account of The. ,
Friday.Mr .' y Homes. off that I M f
Kissimmee fora few hours on' Monday your Pay Church oney
r .. Born On' Monday. June 26.-to, Mr. enroute his home the west and '
to on Mrs. Debt.
and Mrs. H. O. Parting a son, Ira Drop a line to the
eo.at.'For. .. are visiting relatives )
Tanlac a scientific triumph: Results 'rent Nicely furnished 'cool. and Haines.City for a CONTINENTAL FINANCE CORPORATION
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prove.it.. Central Drug Store. e Locatedover ;
airy flats at summer rate. Bundles of'old )
Lester E. Afford,returned'from his The' Gazette- office. Wt B. Harris at. the office -of ; ChrUni BiiUiiff, Miami,.Florida. We M.d,a live win agent !inNOTES'FROM E .:..-..
Jacksonville\ trip on !Saturday. tf Better get them while -
tans Call at once; they'll
.The baseball that ItIa
Bad debts collected or no pay. Re- say
suits guaranteed. J. M. Willson, dis probable that the Leesburg' team '' I TRAVIS SHOT BY'WIFE '
Furnished {Flat for
rent W. B.
knows more about 'the :real thing MY. and Mrs. CLOUD
IL ST.
trict'manager.. .. 15-tfe I DIED MONDAY AFTERNOON Harris.' Gazette office. 14-tf
--;-- since the! loes.of_ Tuesday's: game Portsmouth; Ohio, .... ,
Mr.. F. L. spent"Saturday - '" -
Graddy day to look their
over
her Mrs. Bundles of old paper are 'for sale .J.I Lewis Travis, 89, of 1011: .Laura .
and Sunday; with daughter, on Main '
f, Av C. Pruitt, In Orlando. at' the office of The Gazette; lOc perty bought early In the The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Hart, street, snot uy: ma wile, Jdr*., .juLftejravw :
Better get them while there is a stock. left yestel'dyfor who was killed by an automobile Sunday ltd, e..17' 'la..i7 morning Orange Spot BungalowsFurnUhed ,
If your car is in need of repairs Call at once. ; they'll never be cheaper was held at the Methodist churchJXuesday axed in saint Lutes hospital ahorujafwr '
phone DuPont at "77" for quick service 28-8tx Mrs. J. E. Hicks morning Rev., William Lan- three o'clock yesveruay alter- ( )
,. 25tf villa and..Johnnie, diss officiating assisted by the Woman's noon. ,1 ho woman claims celldefenseiravw' .ON BLUFF FACING OCEAN
Bom: : To Mr. and .Mrs. George A. Relief Corpsand at thegraveservices "
,. Mrs.' H. S. Geiger and children have Case of Orlando, Monday June 19, Mrs, Carrie visitors Law all ware held by the Daughtersof body ws removed to toe $is per week 1 $50 per ssoath
City in
returned to Kissimmee\ from their ex'' a daughter_Lois LucilleBse.. Mrs. were Veterans Deceased.was; a womanof est iMi um Sunday with relatives
tended visit;, with relatives. in Savannah. Case will be remembered as Miss Nellie sterling character-and active in Marcus Conant: whet it will be prepared -
Virgil Edwards.,,515 for' interment., MM.,, Travis
Barber. the Methodist church. She has beena i
'I Many.from resident'of Saint Cloud since 1911. wishes the body: buried: in Kissimmee.
big-val.{ ; There' no excuse for getting half the Fourth at S.int coming from Nellgh. 'Nebraska, and her former home.
; StoryX lick and run down when Tanlac will excellent program has one daughterjvvMUs Emma Hart is Mrs. Travis is confined (In the Du. THE-.THREE PY-UTE FRIENDS
Company make you well, sturdy, and strong.* Other' celebrations the only ,near relative to receive the val county:jail where she. has been -
Mrs Florence Babbitt has brought Central Drug Store.WinterIfaven . a considerable condolences of the entire public. Mrs. held since her arrest,shortly after the rThAT'SKla"' THEM
to the office! of The Gaiette 19221ieenae 'Is planning a great mee,. but long-auto Hart was eighty-two years of age. shooting. Her plea is that het husband ALL,
tag, which the owner may have celebration, on' The Fourth and the sive in warm Mrs Lidena Shaffer left on Wed frequently beat and abused her '- r.
by> paying for this notice. Kissimmee band has been engaged for Hor Rent nesday for Quebec, Tennessee. and had threatened to kill her. She Py-Uli Road mWitif Big Klllir'
: she shot
him
says while he
the musicalportion of the perfor was attacking
Mr. and Mr. John Beaman autoedto mance... house, unfurnished, Mrs. Mary Spencer left on Monday her,fearing that'h*was aboutto
Melbourne on Friday. The road is way-406 Main to spend the remainder of uie summer kill her. The bullet took effect in h-Uti fir ii, MosqtttB! Killer:
used and visitors Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ward and fice of The Gazette, the
being largely many I in New York. / man's head. "
frequent the.beach at that point. son will leave on Saturday :for Hen- street. 'Mrs. Travis has two children who Pr-Uli fly Killer f
dersonville Ion several weeks' visit Mrs. E. J. Browne- Mir. and Mrs. H. C. Stanford and are now with, their grandmother in
The offices of Dr. W. L. Winn are and from there they will to NewYork.Orlando of
go daughter, Miss Margaret Stanford
KisBlmmee.
with her son, ., : Sold'on a Money-Back Guarantee ;
new located only in Saint Cloud. Sentinel. .
Phone 122. Office in Odd Fellows Campbells Kissimmee, were callers here Tues.day She wept bitterly yesterday after.noon Handled in Kissimmee by the Tay.
block. 12tf. Free Delivery. Lowest prices. Taylor their two birthday: afternoon. when her attorney notified her lor System of''Stores and the. Mid "
i. Stores Phone 250. x Browne has reached Alfred U. Cooley, who left here on of her husband's death. .way Grocery.:
E. A. ("Gene") Bryan of Haines two years-yet if still Monday, June 12 arrived at his homein 'IwialrthatI were dead. with him;" -'M.nufactured'by' ,1
City. who is building up a fine trade Next Tuesday will be tho Fourthif py and in health. Clarkston Michigan, the follow- she said. -
during the season in cryatalized The Gazette is a trifle late In making Professor Janie -Ds ing Tuesday evening and writes that It is said Mrs. Travis would have JJ J J. GATES MANUFACTURINGCOMPANY
'" :fruits was in Kissimmee on Mond.y"I its appearance Friday morningthe the he Is greatly enjoying his visit with killed herself afttr shooting her hus-
I> ra visiting his parents-Mr. and Mrs. public will understand where the made Kissimmee busines a strip
y N. C. Bryan. ,1 ,blame should be placed Winter n.ven-which is spending the time in touring by snatched the revolver from the Successors to .
automobile the adjacent country_ woman's hafnd. Jacksonville Ellis Gates Manufacturing' C*.,
Throw off that tired. run-down flay Ball: The Manhattan Barber "a very pretty little Tlmefl- -
;' feeling and build up your strength : Shop offers one :free service for each Glashan now :finds traveling over localities where he was Union. SANFORD FLORIDA
by eating nourishing food. Tanlac home-run made here during balanceof tion is able to cope well known twenty years ago. He --
does it. Central Drug Store. season. 29-1t state along the lines has also visited the Ford factory
taught. spending some time there. .
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Ellle Johnson returned Saturdayto : The Chamber of Commerce on Wed- "
Kissimmee from Daytona, where I nesday passed a resolution of regret For sale! KISSIMMEE WINS AGAINBy t j, Y
he is holding down a job. and pn Monday at the resignation of B. B. Lumbard plants thrifty and a score of 15 to 6 Kissimmee kH
returned to that place accompanied from its directory and at his removal $4 per tlioucitnd.! R. yesterday afternoon "put it over" the ,
by Mrs. Johnson and the children from Kissimmee. He has been an energetic R. F. D. No. 1. Box Haines City team in their own ball
-+>who go for a brief villit.I' worker at all times. I
C. A. Bennett grounds. There was a very large gallery EdisonPhonograptOwners

We are still booking orders for as Bundles of oldpaper are for sale eral educational from Kissimmee. H
...i good milk and cream as can be found at the office of The Gazette; lOc. ida, was in Kissimmee
in Florida-delivered at your door Better get them while there is a stock. ing after new pupils, PERTAINING TO CHURCHESChrist'
night or morning at a price lower Call at once; they'll never be cheaper, .the many advantages\
than ever before. Satisfaction guar 28-3tx rolling the many Church
anteed. Sanitary Dairy, Lee Rogers, are in line for higher (Pentecostal)
proprietor. Call phone 127 two snort, The Kissimmee band is getting in Corner Brack and Oak Streets 11
one long. 20tr good training for its date at Winter Wlanted' -Four pa
Haven on Tuesday. July 4. The bandis tona Beach, leaving Walter Lorenz
Leslie R.. Squires, of Kissimmee to furnish music all day; and it ispossible day morning at eight ; Sunday School, Superintendent. .
:formerly a popular young businessman that its services may be in ing Wednesday. .*10:00 Sunday school. Inter
of Orlando, spent yesterdaygreeting demand during the evening. J. L. Seaman. a. m.
national lesson. Classes :for 'all ages
old friends in this and -- -
city George Gordon in the municipalcourt Leonard Williams 11:00 a.. nu-T-Divine .worship.. Special -
attending* to business interests here. ,
fined tenner and William bible teaching. ., '
yesterday was a > f. .
Orlando Sentinel. "' .
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and costs amounting in all to $I1b0. are spending this 'Wo'I! 7:30 p. m.-Divine worship. Praise '\ '..- . ,? ,
The proper thing to do when approached because of his jumping on another families at Daytona testimony.. Inspirational Singing. : '
by those engaged in selling colored lad the previous evening and 7:30-p. m.-Thursday. Praise. Tes
;, stock in outside enterprises is to ascertain trying to scare him white., Policeman Lost-Between timony. Preaching.. If wish to "
...- how much stock the agent has Driggers stepped right into the scrap Kissimmee, lady's Everybody cordially invited to all you .get"
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f bought aid for. Much the evening before on Oakstreet-- hat of light blue ..nices.J.Come.. "Pray, "Be- -,,' TI ., '
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q money . ..
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1 save coral taffeta 7 ,. r ... '
the who pink ; into '
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could be in "drives" if this plan and is after others of ,, group. embroidered in : ; \. I' one lofour: :
was followed out. made their escape.. : :: '.- " \
. dollars reward if Christian Ciwca ... ,: r :1'J. ,. : ,
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; '.t. Allen .J. -Miller, Pastor., '. ,I "i"i&,. ,:.>.. .' .: '"*:.. $.; ,,'\\0\-.... ', '."','"
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MADE PLEASANT 'ltt:00 a. m-Sunday school. C. E. &:.? -' .J.>'

lrr DOWN THE 11:00 a superintendent., m. -Sermon. Theme:

r Niijioriy"WE' returned their Judge daughter and on Tuesday Mrs.Miss T. 7:00 Desire p. m.-or Chri-rtlan Man." Endeavor. Free SlirviceClubs

{ the 8:00 p. m. Sermon. Theme: .
down east coast Shall We Do With The Bible?" -- -'
tired, yet delighted 8:00 p. m Wednesday. Prayer \ '
They followed the Gulf '.' ,JJ..
SELL IT FOR LESS" vard between Palm We welcome you to worship with ,,f) : '

i'.", yi they looked took at in the all ocean the ; .. ''to, .

beach they witnessed Enter .
; Presbyterian Church
: What would Prices be ery turn in the road; your name; ,
.r the Rev. W. II. Dresch D. Pastor -
great growth D., '
in Town 'without points. Judge Comer ONCE .1: = : ;; :' :
;i# ;: our the result of ; 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. AT . i f fk

':,:. eral desire to boost." 11:00 a. ra.-Worship and sermon ....,<;", !&: 1 : .' ft
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:... 7:00 p. m.-.Junior Christian En- ( 'r. '.'',0'. ."
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A TAYLOR STORE? CHILDREN PLAY . I : I\'\ .\' -

1 : There was a large 7:00.p. m.-senior Christian En- .- '. . -.000- ... .1 ';'.,'.... : : .' ".'

, Casino last evening to 8:00 p. m.-Worship and sermon .'. : i., .
program rendered by 8:00 p. Wednesday Prayer
:' Good To 4 the Methodist Sunday ': '
J': July affair proved very

.j .' children was a playlet was of a three St. John's (Episcopal) Church Central DrugStore :

11. ,',' Applebud's dventure. Rev. L. H. Kirkby, Rector ..

; 24-lb sack Pillsbury Flour . . . . . . . . .$1.25 "An AfternoonTea," 9:45: a. m.-"-Church school. ,
Then came "The Sick f
24-lb sack Good Self-Rising Flour . . . . . .98 11:00 a. m.-Holy Communion and
.i. act, by two girls and ; ".. Theme: "Individual. No- Phone 41Housewives '.

} 24-lb sack Nancy Lee Best . . . . . . . . . 1.19J' by five girls-"Rock ."
My Old Tucky Home
; All welcome the
.I Creamery: Butter . . . ,. . . . . . . . . 45 ter', Call." by four ; are within our especially gates.
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?tf\1' ;: 1 gal. Alaga Syrup .t . ..' . . . . . .' .65 "The tists; Best and the Plan program" by a Methedut Church .

';:!',,.' 1-2 gal. Alaga Syrup . . . . . . . . . . . .35 a drill by eleven girls- ,

jjt'' Small Alaga Syrup . . . . . . . . . : . . . 10-- efit The :for Pinks.the Sunday The _. Rev. R. F. Hodnett, Pastor ..!... ...... .........!... ......... ...i .

J- Maxwell House Coffee . . . . . . . . . ..35rL4" 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. J. L. :
LEAVES FOR superintendent.
Dollar Brooms . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69 11:00 a. m. Dedication and ser. .i.ii. : -

( 10 Large Octagon Soap .'. . . . . . . . . . .59 Mrs. F. W. (Jessie) by Bishop.Ainsworth.
coossee, will leave on 3:00: p. m.- Preaching at Shingle
7 Grandma's Powders . . . . . . . . . .25 extended visit' to her ,

21-2 California Table Peaches . . . . . . .25 England. Mrs. Hill 4:00 4:80 p. m.-Junior League Conference.
her son, F. W. Hill, : p. m-Qu.rteriy
8 Ibs. Snowdrift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.50 New York, arid will sail J. P. Hilburn D. D.. presiding. Quality plus" : ,

40c Lippincot Jam . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 la she Saturday will visit, July in 22. 7:00. p. m.--Senor Leaguedevo )

packages, Macaroni s. . , . . . . . . . .15 ham, and other I 8:00 p. m.-Preaching by pastor like the fine flavor peculiar to Men-: ?
4:00 m.-MondIlY. Liter.ry.nd grade flour, and prefer the "easy to fix" festureL ,
Tomato' Ketchup . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 !has run friends.over1 to Wales The date meeting p. of the Woman's Mis.ion.ry of self-rising. Therefore they are' delighted with.'

Large Tomato Ketchup . .;. . . . . . . . . '.25 i. .not known;; Society. .

10 cakes Lenox: Soap : . . . . . . . . . .25 NEW?'SEED HOUSE 4:00 The p.Bungalow Wednesday. Story hour .

:, No..2 'Pork and Beans; . .'. ; .' .". ;, : . . .10 ... 'OPEN IN 8.00 p. Wednesday.. Prayer
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2 cans, Corned Beef . . . . . . . . . . . .35. Mills, the''florist-, .7:30 p. m.<....Friday1.: Examination

2-lb Jar Heinz's Apple Butter, ... .- *':> .. . . . . .49 the high class goods :teachers training course.

I 25c.Jar; Armpur/fl Apple Butter . , , .. .15V.. moat attractive shop STOP_ LOOK- J
.: ;'!. !.!" >. nouncement that-at .-. -- ._- LISTENv ..,. . --:0.: .

Jacksonville will have' We welcome you to bur Endeavor ,
: plete seed store to be 'jWher do. you spend your Sunday ,
( The city. The;;ne. ; ?' ...... . ,
; c Taylor Systemi dle fi )ld\cUden. and Come and enjoy with us, at seven, the "QuAUtpPlua"',, flours;' It I Is.sold'byleading I e a
and willbe, in a ; a lively Christian Endeavor ,!'*'grocers' .q r -.'. .-'-/" -, .#- ,-... """ - ,I
1..L :> i .f:5 --STORES. ..B \ from anT portion of the at the Christian church4) '.. ." 0 0 .J; ; .I 1
curacy. The name of Mm' C.l: R. C WM BMIT c. '
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XlSSIMMEE ... td L HAINES CITY construct }
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Y l iw o ,. '. i. \ attraction; and if Catholics;rare to" a'S SO. .,...,;Iad.. """ 'DWribsteer t'p. -

\ . . ,,.- . there will-be a ..t < school :bunding' at 'Orlando-4h4 :. ; '. '. . . ... q.n 5 -.1.: .ill j 1
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we are offering the people of Kissimmee and, Osceola county for the next, fifteen days to buy Dry Goods," (

Notions, Shoes, Ready-To-Wear at: the extraordinary prices we. are, making will not present itself Again soon :

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Three months ago Cotton was worth 15 cents-Today it's worth over 22 cents and still advancing, and it does not take a Mathematician or wise man to
know that Dry Goods will follow. In fact the leading mills today are asking more for their goods than we are selling for. We grasped the opportunity
offered us some time ago and bought, and now we are offering you the opportunity to do the same. Come early and lay in a six months' supply. ,(

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_ t SALE STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 8:30: A. M. : :


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; FREE! FREE! FREE! Here's A Wonderful 'Bargain : Hf ;

f For the first 25 women entering our store at 8:30 Friday morning we will Special! for Saturday morning! second day of Sale, 9 a. m., we will sell 15c
Percale for 5c yard. Limit 10 yards to ..
customer.
give a ticket entitling them to a pair of $1.00 Silk Hose Free. Be here and .

;f get yoiire. Don't Miss, This
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36-in. Silk Pongee, worth $1, .69 Men's Palm Beach Pants, worth $5. :

Dry Goods Department Opportunity price . . . -. O portunity. $4.49 Shoe Department :

-*-.. .[ . price .'. . : . .
f"' 4 S6-i >unbleached muslin, good qual- Men's B. V. D. style Union Suits, Men's Solid Leather Work Shoes, ,
,ity; 3,000( yards o"n hand. 'Op:- '9'c worth '75c, opport ri y'.69'" Special: Thread, all sizes black worth $2.50. | .

1 ..portunityprice; ; ,-.';s.i-,,. 4. f.ty 0; .. -price. . . . . . . . . . . and white, 4 Opportunity price . $I 1 .79 .. s
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Opportunity price . ... Men's Army Shoes, t
Munson last,
Genuine Indian Head cloth, worth Men's Undershirts
:iw Balbriggan longor worth 450. *> AO

., .Prl'ce\-25c, Opportunity,r' ...iVV.; ;- .' .,//oF'. X9 ..... .. 18 short sleeves. drawers: "'to match, Ladies' Krinkle Crepe ,Night Gowns, Opportunity price.. . $3.O -
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worth 75c, : :. \ ): .39: colors, <
1. '-;-,., 36-in.Pajama........,.. ,'....l''>/'Check:- ;(OJ-''illf.'J!,.;,best: .804" ,i square' ..Opportunity, j SI;e rti,..WN'"A4-t'v,.t*H;\4-V .. },," ,$2.."Opportunity,price:. .. . . . .welts, rubber Brown" heels Oxfords.. worth, .Goodyear$5.50. ,
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t goods Opportunity.price.. : . .'. .-. ..'. f .. JT Men's'IPepperel elastic Seam drawers {- Big' assortment of Ladies' Hats' ordered price "... ;.,. .-. . .:.,. .. $3.98
J'' ," worth $1.00.Opportunity 59 especially for this sale. You Men's Tennis
price . . . . Oxfords, worth $1.25. '
will grab 'em at the price. El Opportunity
Apron Ginghams, 12
1: Opportunity price . . . . price . . . . . . . . . .98
Men's Dress Shirts, neat style pat- Ladies' extra size bungalow aprons: ,
terns, worth $1.00, Men's Tennis Shoes
} "9-4'.Pepperell Sheeting, worth .A A Opportunity price . . . , to 19 beautiful run of patterns, 89 Opportunity worth $1.75.
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". ;.60c, opportunity price : . . worth $1.50, opportunity price price '. . . . . . . $' I .4 O rj, I '
Men's Mercerized Pongee Shirts, 1I
'. "36-in.: :Bleached Muslin,worth .1 3 with buttoned down collars, worth Men's officers' army shoes, plain toe, Ladies' one-strap Pumps, low heels, a
..f :20c.opportunity;. : price . . . 200. Opportunity < 1 AQprice rubber heel, worth $5. 3.98 I black and brown, Worth $4.00.
. . . . ... . . JJ 1 -r Opportunity Ladies'. Vests, summer .10 Opportunity price price . . . . ..' . . . <&45>. if

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weight . . ,7.; Men's Blue Serge Pants, worth $5. Men's Army Officers' Oxfords. All Bathing Suits reduced. New line
Opportunity $4 69 Opportunity just received. Also Ladies' '
:Tissue Ginghams, .59 price . . . . . . . . price . . . . . . . $3.98 Caps. Diving y
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BIG SHOE SPECIALIn
c ,.Bilk'Taffetas, Crepe '$ I 69 going through Shoe
our Stocka
de Chines . . . . .- Extra SpecialsMen's few days ago we found about 100 .

,J 'Best Dress worth blue Chambray Work Shirts; full cut, faced sleeves, pairs of of,Women's Shoes, one and two
grade Gingham 49 pairs a kind. These
y' 25c. ,Opportunity t f. . . . . . . . . . ' . . . .. . Pumps, high and low heels consist, and Ox-of
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.... . . . . . . Men's 220 Weight White Back blue overalls 1 ;union made, S'i 39 ford Ties, some as high $6 in .
price
.tT.t.t worth $1.75, opportunity price.. . . . . . ,'. , . u . . . . We aim to close them as out and price.they ....<)'.
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Good grade Dress Ginghams and will all be on a table at 98c *your ;
Chambrays, .wo.rt-h" 15c, choice. Now, if you miss this one,
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.Really; Fas Setter Miied > I !a"4..'rt.'ut.e J :: i publisher .
t (The Winter Park Post cettsmences "ear.. correct
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I THE T80UGHT TAiill( )an .editorial. "Unless y. have 'faith : 'lB.un pr'a7 tJwr.'.feelings of > .
ye are but as sounding brass and ,.U.at'.edlwr'ruUI\ I 'of I
a tinkling symbols," What I wish to merely said what 7"'y he- said severalooonths With ; ( ,
{: BT>: THORN I know. as soon as possible Is this: Did ago:" Of aU the coasting' ' 1 'flier
. ..rL.t' that ready writer' rneiyt "symbols"r and-lambasting I've-ever. seen in (regret .t
"cynibalsTT thank ou;. (I'd 'any paper against its own.,town. a "
.AU Try It Difference Without Distinction already figured it that way. Yassunt.Vaeatio&iag . that. editor pta the blue 'ribbon' caused a
Early to clean-up Man in Lauderdale is going to start larAsuas. badge. He told of the numberof able #' '
W And early to p*tats 1 .h a'farm for the raising of the bird of 1 former citizens who had movedto .ions of !
,.iWill; make all KUslmmee s Paradise. 'Many a black "bird" in The Winter Haven Chief-gives,notice other, loaliti.. and just The ,
Look what it now alnt., this section,of the state gets caught on Tuesday June 20, that where they _had ,cop haying *lei that .
*,, .*. ,' with a pair .' dice-and he either has Dr. Nellie' //Stuart leaves today been forced to leave because of a en earth '
Wa' News Is Valueless, to pay a fine for it or go to jail. .> for a vacation and. will be at her lack;of law and eider and progress '" ed by J
'Dispatches'state that "Pusstyfoot *' office in Winter Haven Thursday : ; told of others who were anx.. we Will ,
Johnson Refuses to Travel on United Who" Is She. Anyway June 22. to resume her practice :- ions to go; mentioned the lack of kind
States Rum Boats." Well it "Hollywood co-operation found there; of the Fourth .
appears to See
A'dispatch'aa, i ;
toe me that the vessels are to be con.* Motto Prosecutions' / Bl ramyI :All f have to say is that,if Nellie ,non-desire to see that laws and of the' ,
-Jmtnlated. / has & hobby of anY'lOrt it must centre ordinances were enforced; and a chosen
: # j cI ft't seem to remember "Big AmY"! in extended vacations. Two daysought lot of stuff. like that. It is tab. lug the _
Arbuckle I 1
but if she la as huge as was
' hoped that Editor G. \ :
Avery Pow heart
to suffice to around
The* I Was "It 1 walk'way
I'll there is a lot of room, to
say pressthose ell'will if he does (
correct not ,
the "thousand me
Says, the Reporter-Star v one of lakes" if there any
I Don't wait for things to turn'1' charges.. *;:Yassum.* was. no loitering'along the journey.Boaiaees .. tint all these matters alluded to place carelelsnell."J'' '
uP-turn them while wait.That's .. In the files of his own paper_ tion
up you Commercial Editor Puffs Up I
; the genius for this rapid *- Before Sympathy provided he'll look. I thank you. |lAnd the !
Says the Leesburg Commercial Candor is'one of the attributes of i -- -Kissimmee-Valley-Ga *tte __ ling_eo
Uh-kuhl ape. I My mother believed that 'Thom remarks that ao few business. In the Bradentown Journala The editor of the Standard stopped scarcely
way, too; sometimes three. She'd wives have "implicit confidence"In widow, Mrs. W. R. Riles, publishes looked and listened; then came back long. .
turn 'up things, not only while ahe their husbands that the newspapers the following card-which ought to with, this fair admission: NOTICE 'i
make dumb those who would You said what the.former editor '
.waited but while I waited. She believed print her picture whenever sympathizes ?
in "pare the rod and spoil the they can find one. Trouble is. said, Brother Thorn, and lookIng All
e'hltd"--and from later results in muh.lile Thorn, too many husbands are While I appreciate your sympathy over the files' of the paper Johnson i
in the loss of dear husband !we find you are rlght. Knowing
'-. I'm half-inclined to think that like you and McWhorter. They my are
'she actually spared<<; too much, after. blurt out. even in print some of I would rather you would yott the for many years as'being one'of Monday ; : ;
all. the things no woman wants to ad. not talk to me about same, as it fairest of newspaper men All ,
readthe
mit her husband thinks about only keeps- the wound bleeding., we were rather surprised to there to
Fura, Always In Demand even if she does know all the time and unfits me for business. paragraph referred to in your of the ; !
,* Th Hastings Herald says."Em man. he is thinking about them. Maybe :And there I'd always supposed that interesting column. ; .. i
net Carter Buys Fox Farm. Well, that's ri.h. but it's no blarney. sympathy was a bond that drew closer We have lived in Baker coons 28-2tc ; ?
there's in foxes, and if Eman all peoples! ty for a number of years and we
money .
uel is an adept 'at handling them, and The meanest thing about that par *. have yet to find a more hospi- More ;
has the place so tightly guarded that agraph is that it' puts me In the Merely Took His Word /table law-abiding people. Baker in fires in
the foxes can't' get out and run all class of the big fat? heavyweight! Says the Macclenny Standard:, has been the worst maligned the five y :
over creation he should do well. In iconoclast-McWhorter. Outside of The editor of the Kissimmee (county in the state and the ef which ;' 9i
mentioning the industries carried on in that everything is' all to the allspice. Valley Gazette says that Baker greater part of it was entirely ble to ,I
this state however no mention has *. 4 county has gone to the dogs. uncalled for. cigaret

been noticed regarding the propagation Jurymen Love SportIn (Well stack up old 1 Baker against. It is the aim of the present and other ,. .- ' "
of those cunning little fellows; but Fort Pierce where they have been 1 1f '\
,i with some pure strains and careful conducting baseball on Sunday the ,<
breeding. I believe the. idea is a goodone. chief of police arrested all the local I Ilea
Go to 1t." : I players and had them tried for break.
*. ing the law-because they played on x
Time.Needs a Bible Sunday. The jury every man of 'em, 1
Says "The Philosopher" in the had seen the game, brought'in a ver- .
i Tampa Times: dict of "not guilty." Of course those --
1 have been young and am now players. might have played about as .
old; yet I have not seen the righteous the Cowpuncher Kissimmee, did s ; ,
forsaken nor his seed begging when the team from Leesburg came t ti
, for bread.-Psalms.f down recently; and any man presentwas f ,
There's no Bible in the office of willing to testify that the' Kis- of, ,
*X"The Gszette-because we are all so simmee team hadn't played ball all'
well posted-but I'd like to call the'. day. The verdict reminds me of the ( .
attention of The Philosopher. to this time at West Palm Beach a few years Health I '< : ,J
when Karl Kettler his Bijou ?
point: the original of his quotation ago ran
closes with "nor hie seed begging motion picture house on Sunday even- '..- ..
bread." The interpolated "for" was ing. Everyone in the city was' at the

entirely superfluous, buddy. performance except two of the pas- ',. .., ItI
*. *. tors, who had over-exerted themselves , iT
le Racemes Monotonous during the evening preaching to almost ;
Why I. it that some "charming ten- I empty seats. Kettler was arrested .;. .
contralto;' or "lovelymezzosoprano for breaking or cracking the
is always engaged to law. The jury found him not guiltyand -
sing touchingly! "Oh. Promise Me," at the case was dismissed.
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a wedding? It seems to me that all
W" that "promising" has been done be- In Re James Henry Benjamin ) .
fore they commenced spending money Because of lack of: space last week 'n
for the finals-so what is the use of mention of the arrival, the brief stay,
it to the folks jus' to III I Ill fir' .
throwing up aggravate and the departure of J. Il.i'" Benjamin I I *
'em? Some charming little editor of the Ocala Star at the officeof i &
ditty like "We'd Better Save Our The Gazette had to be omitted- f" oarnw, \
Money. For We'll Need It Bye and more's the pity. Brother Benjamin i Mvm / 'i
Bye or "Don't Throw Rice-We Pre- dropped! into the office with the soft e ,
fer Tapioca," would liven things up a ness of a "Pussyfoot Johnson apparently ! ___ II
great deal more. having cloned a hunt for the _. ) /.
-L- same substance that "P. J." is con -.. <*. ,
I've Changed< Somewhat' tinually seeking. Sir Benjamin resembles I it
1 have always believed in tnu e> rood old Horace G reel'!y. lIe "
cellence and sweetness and the kind- is peaceful-unles there Is good opportunity
heartedness and the compassion of to be perverse; arfrumtm- ; .'f? .J'
women. They are supposed to have tive rather than pacifying; absolutely :
J characteristics worthy of all kind non-hypocritical; is as tender as an
words. But when I read of a ;young old maid; and as touchy. a kid with rf
.... woman hugging close to her breast the hives; :don't givadsrn -what he Solving thePro-bleQlo.f J :
her babe, spurning with her foot 'a how he says it; and is care :
man offering from 'wounds, bruises, lara--or and when he uses his brain\ : ..:- ': -. i

and lacerations, who Is begging for a because' the expense of upkeep. .y...: ....,....... ...- .. ...
."drink of water for God' sake.and Except through the columns of his <: ,',' wST?
telling him that she'll "see him in hell paper I'd never met him-but in ten > .'," .
before she'd give him a drink." it minutes I had borrowed his last two Sizes GrapefruiPr '
eeems to me I'd like the fixing of a dollars, and told him he'd better Large in ; : :
penalty for her offense against God meander towards his home, for it was

and humanity, I a long drive. Somewhere or other he .. --- t. :,
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# # had picked up- a car and a companion j .
Bounced the Board -ijhd, although; he didn't bring The successful merchandiser anticipates conditions and is prepared for them when / %
Since Lylei V. Story add Frank A. her in know he u an excellent judge. y
they arise.In ,.,.... -, ;
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Nave have commenced working their Seriously speaking 'J. H. Benjamin '. I {-
radta hear-everythings"they have quit has made the Ocafa Star a paper up the sale of their fruit, the co-operating Florida citrus growers operate along : ':
using their Weegee boards. Mr. Nave on which dependence can be placedand *" '
1. has been using! his Wee,.. so steadily it was a pleasure for the force of sound merchandising lines. W & '

in determining- what stocks he should .The Gatete to entertain him-even __ The over-supply of large sizes in the Florida grapefruit crop for the past season was .,' ail iV
buy to get an immediate increase uponvJtls for the brief period he was on the .. -
investments, and Mr. Story has payroll. anticipated by these growers and their sales department was ready to meet the situation :. ._ .* \ \ *?

been working his over-time to learn if when it became acute. . : '" I
such-and-such week would be a good I DEAR OL' BOSTON i i ,I,
time to close out the balance o{ his Twenty-five thousand of the "Buy Big Ones" color poster,'shown herewith in a very, i4
of Boston
less Evidently women V
than aluminum invoice ware price at ninety that percent the durn Are just as full of pep small reproduction were on hand and quickly placed in retail stores throughout the). ' .:

things are about worn out. It was As when long ago I. would eat country for .the information and influence of customers. :1 .: .
either re-paint 'em or get a radio re Three great bigfa I portionsOf A. ,,ri
celver--eo they concluded not to re- those fine baked beans' Nearly a million color reproductions of a "forty-six", grapefruit containing direc* ,

paint. And attend "codfish balls' tions as to how to prepare for eating were distributed in the homes of cities where ;
*. *. At least three times a week. *r
I'd Like To Know Mebbe they're really more "so- demonstrations of Sealdsweet grapefruit had been arranged. : ; ... 3 I

_ "Bingville Whatever Bugle became" which of the for celebrated so many For From I read that a wonderful recent dispatch city Other forms of 'secondary and specialty advertising{ were utilized to supplement the :.

years was the most-sought-for portion That really positively shocked me. magazine and newspaper campaigns, all the advertisements in which were illustrated so .'. ,) ,.J \'l"as

of most tho Sunday wonderful newspapers creation? of It I certainly Yassum.John did.. to be suggestive of the larger sizes in grapefruit, and 'much educational work was .'' .',.
was a
wit and humor-and its "take-offs" Conroy. an Irish policeman done with the trade. .....- -i.-* 4

,'on the old-fashioned weeklies was Entered 'a swell apartment Hundreds of thousands of housewives demanded Sealdsweet in sizes _'4
grapefruit large
fi wonderful. There are a few papersIn Occupied by three old maids : "' "
Florida which carry fully as badproofreading And secured a bottle of real likker. .. and thousands of retail dealers specified them to fill the demand. Many! retail stores cooperated '
But when he tried to i.;A-A-
get "
. are through as did ignorance that paperbutthese and not Those three dear sweet women away by displays of large sizes similar to that in the window photograph of whkliis .

'. because of cleverness. The "Bing- Sat down upon him with a fury reproduced herewith. Through a single one of many similar outlets, more than one i

ville Bugle" was far in advance of That was excessively reprehensible. hundred and fifty-cars of "forty-sixes" and larger were sold at prices netting
growers
And he
the major portion of what are now was kept as busy ,.. I
.termed "the funny papen"11 there As a freak armless wonder satisfactory, figures, !
but few Of the later artists hawing Possessing a severe case of hives
are the a ability to create the stuff.A Trying to walk a tight rope. In its advanee work along this line there is a typical example of the efficiency of the

* They proved that advertisements growers' own organization. Other like problems which may expected to demand sola ,_ ,
Announcing "Clothing Half Off"Were
Isn't W01 it silly Slash to speak of a little actually correct; tion in the future will be handled in an equally aggressive manner and for the sole. ,

girl, say one under eighteen years, as For when the help he called for advantage and benefit of Florida growers. ..
"Must** And to mention a boy under Arrived on the spot r.. ,..,..
the same age as "Master When I Those dear sweet blondines Don't let your fruit meet that of your neighbors in competition'-J". ,
trouble to write out Had torn off his pantaloonsAnd
take the a program
I always desire to learn the were attacking his shirt! f that crucifies both. Join the Florida Citrus Exchange and get' the :., ";

ares. of the participants so to learn Yet we call 'em, from pity, high dollar'' for yourself while helping others to do likewise. Con. '
where to eliminate that confounded The "weaker sex?"
.
"Mlss"and"Masterw there is no John saved his likker sample cult the manager of the nearest association or sub-Exchange. or write _

' use in loading down children with titles And some of his hide- the business manager at Tampa, Florida !
which only their elders should But he borrowed' skirt .w .., .
carry.- .The law holds that all boys From one of the "ladles" -
and girls-.under twenty-one are but To scoot to th' station house.If , . .".;, 'I'
"intanta.."and legal proceedings must John Isn't already married ifieFLORIDA ..
be :conducted by a second party_ The woman who's now after him .. . .;.... #',.1
either .. complainants or defendants. Following his warm experience- j .
Will have to,lasso him- __ _.
"Giuhwriters delight publishing i - :-L__ __ .".:_ "
a portrait .of, an .infant about four/: And drag him hog-tied, = --- '-- - """ _- -- :.7" }.
r' months bid and labeling It Little KiN.FUlsandfeathera To-where they'Mil licenses -- -"-'...-"* ------ . ... .' .
;" and when" that kid I Which permit free travel : CITRU/ ':: CH Jo N".68.: ? t -' ... r.rf1' -'-:0": .",', :1
rp. grows up and looks at it she will say: I Along the.flowered! pathway ; .
X "Weren't they a lot of sillies to mate I Leading to. the.divorce court. !

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FATHER OF HADIC J819 Marcel t was appointed plenipotentiary , ;,

I. ,d.l.to ,the peace) !o -- :
conference at J"ltrille and,la this''capacity ,

Story of .the Gifted; 'tt lfan'. signed tbe .peace. treaties with : ..
+ '' Austria and Bulgaria.. ,He"-was afterward '
., rwa Work. In Development of f'AirCommunication. awarded the Italian "militarycross. l a :
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Till very Important figure In 'tinwireless 0 1 :rdi ;ttt
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t While experiments 'along the;, line all .tile,lIowr, possible for the "' a
*( radio really started as far back m ai-lentlflc world to bestow upon him I tI
1t21'arid; ) baadreda of dentists wen I TIRES
Interested in solving' the'prgblen.s. In.Tolled c:
\ for many,jear., It waslxtt:un- .
ill 1866 when Senator OugllelnM/ (

1, ., Marconi look out bin first patent thai ,
the mastery of air communication 'golili

... \ Ii.....' great Impetus. HI. life his. rt

t Good Old Paroid for; In of to radio all praotlOBTIDtenta communication. tbe history \]'HIGH' is the big mileage

Senatore' Gugllelmo :Marconi. G. C tire of today? All over the ....
OLD PAROID"that's jV./ 0., L. L. D.. D-Sc. M. 1. E. E':. wet .1
eCOOD born In Bologna, Italy, April 25 18T4 country men are talking 'right .
what they call the best His mother a'ee Irish while his fathei
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i was of a family WhOM mechanical now of the remarkable,wearing I ,

all round.rol).roofing tver. rrfade: .ability at'u Leghorn marked.and. After Bologna. an ,..education the quality of Fisk Tires. The reasons I "


ii! For"more than 20 yean Bird's fold has young problem man of wireless Interested! telegraphy Iilinaelf In starting the-' L Na 1y, are obvious. Look over I

of roof for and bin research In 1809. lie went to off for ;
,olved the problem new any Fisk tire and judge your
England and lu 1806 took out the nrt pL '
I jold I building. It wears wears, wears. all. patent ever granted for a practical at self. You are 'bound to find .:
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of wireless telegraphy, by the
I S has made good on farm buildings, depots system J
I use of elevtrlo wave HI* early'experiments extra size strength and resiliency
'a.rid manufactories. It's the ideal dependablejfoofing. '' lu England were made at '
.. - Wettbourne Park JJIiortly:! afterward and with these good looks r

Marconi saw W. H. treece and
at his request made some eiperlment v and a tread that gives realprotection. t

; i (come in and let us tell you fcfcy it's NOW for officials of the poatofflce. Some "

: ; good buy and why we bark Bird's Roofs May further 1887 experiment In the Bristol were made channel In .

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k' ....IOrf.WP, b.,ya.7'Ht'' __ wt U.la,,-:. r .Down,'a dlata nee.rof.nloe.mllea/ 1.Inrludieg the Nobel. pete r bee. not .'r
OD the Invitation of the Italian given up attire work but Is even now
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b Marconi an.rw.rd.w..nt engaged ID radio telephone' experiment -
W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY government a .
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to Specie where a land station wa .
""*""* erected which wall kept In constant I Itadlo enthuslaar have Increased
c KISSIMMEE FLORIDA communication\ with too Italian bat tenfold within the lat few months it''
r lleKhlpM!' working from a distance of : appear from a survey conducted by FISK TIRES AND TUBESFOR
----- theItal i the Associated Press and covering the
------ 12 mile For thin oucces SALE BY
Ian government conferred upon Mar central next. Kentucky and Texas. At
cons I the honor of knighthood. After I I \lrlunlly nil points from which re- SAM W. PRATHER
a return to England further expert'mente i portii have been reielved. there are
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PURE FRESHISWEET CREAMIf were conducted and on July ''J/0/ I iliouKHixl", of radio set, particularlyfor 1 107 BROADWAY '
I where at
of I
1897, the flrM radio company'.." uurponea telephony
there hundreds before. --
formed and two permanent station.erected. most' were 1------------ --
you are not using our pure fresh, pasteurized sweet cream In 1898 wireless" report of I While the set are used chiefly for Everybody Who b Anybody Advertise Their "Wants" ia Tks Valley Gaxett

wire write to ship trial ten-gallon of thirty or forly yacht rare!! In Kingston were" made pleasure!! mid experience, they are beIng -
or us you a can per- In -- --- - L -
to prucilrHl UHOH manytears.
tlie usefulness and adaptability put 1 ,
;; cent by first express. The quality is unexcelled and we guarantee itto and proved to which the svslem, lends It I :Numerous farmer are recelvIng FOR YOUR STOVEWOODPlace

c arrive sweet and cold packed in iced tubs your orders for veneer blocks I er-

and split blocks at once for the summer -
Ezell-Griffin Company Creamery months, Blocks! delivered Itt I
j2.P5\for 120 blocks; split for stove I Caret Malaria Chills and Fever
Eatontoti, Georgia IIILI [ tfw wood, 'guaranteed full strand, $3.15. Dengue or Bilious Fever. It kill tLeferns.
All delivered. Phone 91; 516 Brack .
street. J Bonnin. 15-tf
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Best Fertilizer Usectiddes Sprayers Poultry Supplies
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FSe Licensed funeral Director Aak Tour NeI.hbGr-U. Knows
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L 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksonville, Florida

J.-VS- A 51_..... Su-serill..I. A.iuhiW Get NEW Marco, 1922, Price Liats before baria,. Now fnraukiae '4 ,
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Asap. 1, "SIMON PURE aid "GEM BRANDS" ,
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Life Fire elf commercial purpose. In December. ''{ market and' weather' ,reportaand' f .

1898.! Murcoul Installed apparatus police are ret'elvlug bulletins. Spsr- II
Mere y.t: to provide communication between moos, concerts, health talks and ptyte
BruztJ and the! South Foreland lighthouseand talks are transmitted. Universities" :
.- f} Io'A a lighthouse on j I lie aoulh coast and professional operators are crop 4 .
In 1890 Mirronl. read a paper on"Wireless crating. j''r
IRDUCEDl\ Accident'Insurance Telegraphy" before the Institution Approximate flgures are reportedfrom

) ... of Rlectrlcal Bnglneers In various state and centers Indicating -
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[xtodon.Karly. the present number of radio
-r I .railroad andhotcl) In 1801 telegraphic' communication _tll. According to A. L. Benson 'of

was established between two Bt. Louis, division manager of the !

.MTES points more than 290 miles distant American Radio Relay league, about _
1 and *t tbe end of that year Marconi ;90,000 radiophones are used In 'J our rye i
-- REAL ESTATE AND transmitted signal. from Poldbu In :stales as follows. : Iowa, 28,000; 1'H1a- t ,
.r Best Beaches Cornwall to St. Jobna, Newfoundland.In aonrl, 2 .OOO; Nebraska 22.000; ; '' \
Bathing RENTALS 1902 he received on board tbe Kansas 90.000. In Bt. Louis a,one Made the Difference

r I Florida eteaniahlp Philadelphia In the presence 'there are some S.20O. The radiophones w
of the' officers, good message chiefly carry concert music but Inmany EQUAL in laying; abfflty. But the hen on the
CHANDER-/COMMERCE -
.. Office Over on the tape when at a ar Tance of localities farmer have Installed right was fed a common: grain ration while >
1ltbrr/Y jldaafarv M rfppl tafioltBttb ever 1.00 mile from the transmitting them to receive market reports. the other was fed Purina Chicken Chowder andiPurina
station and signals at over 2,000 Correspondence from Teas: reports: '
Bank of Osceola Hen Chow. Grains have lots of material
: County miles. In December' 1902, the station 268 stations In Dallas, ranging Inlslse
far yolks, bat far too littte for whites. As they .
for vUia Valley 'ai ..u.. established at Cape Breton Nova from J/i K. W. to 20 ".U., and alltoatqnal
: bens fewer
.. 8c tla, under a contract with the Canadian '', numbers In other cities of:.the .can't lay; yolks, only, grain-fed y eggs !.
gorernmenr for transatlantic .......
Purina Chow F
Poultry
wlreleas f telegraphy, was put Into Cleveland, Ohio, reports probably.15000 -.i.
communication' with tke Cornwall ..a- << radio enthusiasts. 1,000 sending darn aeeaaptoM ...-.____ s.. "
Low: Excursion Rates tloa at Poldhu and Inaugural mecaagea :stations In greater Cleveland, virtually. tiDe material lot an equal namberof
I were transmitted to the King of ,all amateur and 10,000 receiving(seta white and yoota.. They gut
,Abe aeon w of ...-. and
: ,j 7l England the King the Len"1'1-. In October 1903, > xelod. commercial. aets. Cincinnati emtboGdiagaatp.rdoara.gga. 1

rPr, 1 Jckets' will be sold d;i'tiu tU September 80,.limited returning the steamship Lucanla published a ,reports ,000! aets. | ;:.Mar0-Egfs Guarantee "
until October 31, good to 't6pver: -at all stations on either the going dally wireless bulletin from roesaaget .Indiana has 4,600\ amateur radlo'setsand To.gnyouttaooiyb.ekifp.rbustgkkencbowd.randPudreH.o:
Marconi station 1,000 rac110pho$ ,. I ICIIDw
from tbe Indianapolis
both at the fares received
t or w urn. trip, or following :
I A powerful station at CUfden on the Wisconsin: has nearly 1,000 stations, .fed as directed, dent pro- s os..s +
To, Baltimore. .$60.24 To New York .$69.88 west coast of Ireland was opened and the number U said by MalcouJb P. daoe oxm eggs Own any other me.""'
1907 for the establishmentof Hanson, University of Wisconsin operator. ration. Why aboold you pal off u
To hiladelphla. .$65.70 To Boston, all rail $86.40 early commercial In relationwith On to be Increasing at the rate ofjflve a KM. whet, we take the ibkfpromptly .,

: To Boston, boat from New York $82.44The American continent at Glace Bay. day. Nearly 1,000 sets are replied D.luw.d by .1

Afltntlc Cpast Line operates :Mr. Marconi's work baa \been recognised Jn Milwaukee and 'VldDtt,. ,
by many governments and i i North Dakota baa a number of re-
I THROUGH TRAINS TO"THE EAST 3with aeat Gf learning; be baa been dec- I stations and a few fairly : V
Jan. excellently arranged system of sleeping and dining cars, orated by the King of Italy and the powerful telegraph and telephone i rad- FLORIDA FEED STORES

B ; 'r: ' I 4!d descriptive matter covering Eastern_resorts, may be obtained Vary doctor of many universities, Including tedteralcoilege' Is planning to In rtall .
Oxford Glasgow?Aberdeen, W 100-Watt service.for farmer pThejvacnnm
J7ron. : Liverpool mad Pennsylvania: besides tabe Is displacing older < tp- 306 ''Broadw.ayTELEPHONEltS ?;
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f '"IIICnceIe4.. the fi. don .of the _t la the Mat. :
., 'v ,Phone]i 87 KlsslmnMe, Florida. .:.plAndpal lt.1aa= tleIL.JL.Jt14! _ho 4 Marked- _growth.reported -- t YOUR :
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ti .. l THE STANDARD RAILROAD'.. OF. "THE SOUTH. Upon th., dedawUoa of wajr by ] to amateurs la Nebraska, ft Mth (.TWOONEEIGHT) :."
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THE Jt KlSSmMEE';VALLEY-jGAZfTlTEH, FRIDAY JUNEMxl t<' .' .. :NtWK


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NMM4/NNHO I Court'is Juds-s 'of hobite; for;mjTfl.Inal .... .. STOLEN'TAKLIFROM 1 1/1 W._ l ,; ...... '

., discharge .a* administrator' { the ,..:, ..; :. ... .. "
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LEGALWOTICBOT
...IID. SAMMON- E ADVERTISEMENTS estate of George W. M.r.ht. deceased;; MT- CAR on' Wdn.sday .
V..... T..ek.e and that at the cam time-I will pee.fsot June tS, one stethoscope, *n.
,' and Stud orCon.olintlou. to Mid court mr final account! .
blood-praaur and flashllsht '
4T-'- Will teach Administrator of said estate and sraua-e. a ,
ta T.'cblnc.VloUa. ;, Liberal .'
I MOTICK or .Am-ICATIOl FOR'TAX for reward for return to ,.
,,at Home of Pupils. ForePpolntptent BALDTO their approval Dr. M. B.-Oelsrer. office over Rober-
T phone ,110, .paint Cloud. DEED 'task June It, A;, EX till eo,,'. drug store. s.tlMISCELLANEOUS I'I
WJI.L
RuiULIVAN. ANP'WHOM H '
** Sstf J.I MARSH. < !,
'td00.0000:00. ......0x I !MAT CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given ThatX flReed jt _. Administrator t ,'", fMM'J**:'. "
I I NOTICB Is laer.bf..a that under purchaser of Tax Certificate. ,.,.A.* JM (8
land.by.v/rtue'of a certainfInal'Judr-! l 7'dated-the Sd'. day' of Jun.'Av D.Dab Va; icntjmi PETITION FOR DISCUAMUSB .1. i '* "
" 'mont entered In- the case ( W. W has filed said. certificate in myoffor. -<< AND ORDER OK NO.' SECOND -i AND GOODS, bouajht.. sold 1
Hancock plaintiff, -versus tWill Sulllvan. floe' and has made application : TICK. TMICSUaOtt and repaired." The Casino. 44-U tt? .

B. DICKERSOM ,, defendant rendered In the Justice, tax deed to Issue In accordance will "
Court First District OsceolaCounty. law. &a4 certificate embrace the IN THE'DISTRiCT' COURT or1 THE: NOTICE OF'' NEW LOCATION
Florida, entered on the (th day of Sep following described rrop.rtt., ..Ila.t.dID : ',jN TED: HTATKH ' ;: CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 't.mb.r.1f31, and .virtue of a certain Osceola County, II' TMstrlct fit Florida. In the. ,Matter. After Friday Jane 80 tne office .
.. .- writ of R*.ori Issued on said Lot 15 1tlfr Breese. ,..of H. C. Stanford Company,' Bank- .1922. -. ,
'tick ( 1 Final.Judrment, attested the Itn day. Th being assessed at 'th. 'UP t, No. tilt tn Bankruptcy. *'of Dr T..M. Elvers will be located ,
;1 i.yinga 1n=, Flagttrins; of,,,,pt.lllb.r. 111. That I, as Sheriff date of Issuance of said certificate In ORDER OF I'tOTlCS-THEREON upon the .lower floor of the Okae-
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of Osceola Coun 'T. Florida, havlna: the name of EL I* Lesley. Unless said Southern District of Florida, as. '
'Wo. 121 Brack Str:t,,Rlsilmme. ::heretofere levied'vpon the hereinafter certificate shsUI be l"Odeeme4.t.. On this IItb day of June. A. D. 1131 chobee building. on Posseil .,.n '",,
., described property. will on the firs! ing to law tax deed will Issue thereon ea reading the Petition for Discharge opposite >the poatof ee.. ,284A
1 Monday In July: the same b.ing.th. on the lit" day of July A. >D. Itll. .f the above-named Bankrupt- I* "
>d da/of July I.U. offer for sat and i .J. U OVEkSTREET.. ORDERED by the Court that a hearIn WEIGHT FORMULA '. .

-o)I. t#. KRIBBS W. ?..SjTBBDKRIBBS ..na. the Curl House door In Klsslm- i Clerk Circuit Court.Clroujt . be had U the Samson the. 8th 'r :: .
y .
mee. Oseeola County Florida. ] County, Florida day .f Aua-uaL A. EK 1.SS. before the .
ft STEED 'the legal hours of sal*. to the during ( dO"Ro Seal) .3a-it lIK aid court at Jacksonville, In said dletrlcU 'Are ,/'You 'the- rift-fit- weight T Dri: i'.' '"\:'yt, .

and best bidder for cash In hand,' the noon: and that notice thereof. bs Royal S. Copeland Sawn this i formulafor -",... e py r. py''i'' ,4 1 1r ,. d.

A<<....,. ... ".. ....... a t.L**..' following BOAT NAMED to-wlt RO-: THB CIRCUIT ciRCurr.COl'RT.FOR 17TH JUDICIAL '. ICO11MTT newspaper published In published The Valley In said Oaxette.districtand a men to determine.if they are ear- >!" ;,'
ONE MOTOR ,
Klsslsasssa, aTlewlda SALlE:. now located at the City FLORIDA. IN HANCKRV that all known creditors and other tying the right amount of flesh: .. '\\r rT .,"", .ksal
: .,.;.- Aia.r.t" *sMll'i*' !:'all-'Be.li a'4' \Dock to Lake Tohopeksllca In the C. P, >)Valpple, Complalnant.-l-, rVB persons In Interest apprar ,at-th fTske:the: -ofInchs.-yoe-are - \ ---------r------; ; -
11..... a>t.le> c__ City of Klsslmmee, Osceola County.Florida. said time and place; and show cauae, II above five feet" he says,' "multiply
Llda K.i Moshelr-et al., Respondent.FORHOLOAVRE .
; any they hare, why the prayer of the
L. JR.-'"AIUER;' ; -'--_, sai4"petitionershould-.not t>. (rented.. it by six and add this to 110 pounds. ?O(f
As Sheriff of Osoeola. County. ORDER' OB; ,.BKRVICB BY PUBLICATION And It I. further ordered by the Ths veeu'ttyIII be what your-weight
Pat .Johnston O. P. GARRET tS-t State of Florida. court that the- clerk shall solid by "
To the 'Res*..ndentsr I.lda :E. Mosher,. mall to all known creditorsopies* of should< be if :youare' In health.
JOHNSTON ft GARRETT widow, Robert WarlnK and Isabelle said petition and this order, addressed
ATTO RNEYS-AT YAW Notice ., AaaesaB( U. Waringhis i wife, L., H.- McCareyand to them at their places of ,....oJenc. as t..OOO.. r .ee4)e.. .e .6. 4)....i T'
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Haa1 ,dcCarey his wife and W. stated. E.v DIE

I. -, Offices: : 10, 11 and 12, Oiceola Band NOTICE I. her gby riven that the A.It'app.artngtfrom' Cramer unmarried the: affidavit of Call WITNESS Judge of The the Honorable said Court.Hhydon and the it : VERSE WEEK to l

..I BnUdinje. Chamber of Commerce, a corpor.tlont C. A. Boyer, attorney and agent for C seal thereof ..t..Jacksonville. In said -- -- -- -,a
at a regular' meetlnaheld: P. Whlppl.'Complainant ID the above district on the ZSth day of June, A. D. .... . . . >. .'eVo?o >a | a
KISaiMMEHL FLORIDA'NEID'S day of May 193e adopted the followln styled cause, that your places of-resi- lUI. '
.. resolution: denco.sr* unknown that-thtro,.-is-no -- 'KDWItf R. WILLIAMS, Do you 11M. little'girl, how the lilacs \\1/
"RESOLVED, that-Section S of person In the state of Florida serviceof ("Seal of the Court) blow. Mosquitoes'and, all other Insect: :'J-st
; Article VI of the Charter of the subpoena whom would bind llt '
BATHS Klsslmmee Chamber of Commercebe you a and that' you upon are over the ....-of _ Clerk. Blow in the moonlight'! and fro' ,,,_'pan. aw.y.. forkeep, ,wbeD.; .

amended to read a. follows. twenty-one years; GUARDIANS NOTICE; OF APPLICA. Do you hear the song that the fairies
"The President .rtce-Pre.ldent IT IS ORDERKD that you and each T10N FOR DISCHARGE W.ATSONJjSSkeelerkiller
and Treasurer and five Governors of you In this Court to the bill sing; ,
Best Fw Maiy Diseases shall be elected by the members of herein filed on the Tth day .of. August In' Court of the County Judge, Osceola Sing in the fragrant night of spring: :

this corporation, at such time and A. D. 1111. County, State of Florida. In rs Estate . By the brook in the m nU&ht.trtow!
In such manner as may be fixed In It further or4ereb that this order ofc Esther Bn... Minor .
Good baths with water direct from the by-laws." be ubll.h a tvotlce' Is hereby given to all whom

medicinal _IL Open Tuesdays, .,.. ... weeks In The Klsslmmee It may concern: that I. as Guardian of Years will pass, little aid and. the
from9:30 a. "RESOLVED further, that Sec Valley Gristle, e. newspaper published Bather Silas, Minor will on the 14th lilacs blow. i
Thursdays, Saturdays tion of Article VI of the same Florida of '
I day July, A. 1> 1' '. four weeks _
m. to I 6:00 p. m. A short drive from Charter be amended to read as fol- CIroulCourta hand and sealof from the date hereof,apply to the Honorable Blow in the moonlight to and frog .I. .. .. n .. .. ., ,, .
KlssImmee' Phone 208. low.: Tth day .the. T. L. Comer, County Judge of But the song will be hushed, for the
The Secretary of the Klsslmmee D. .i.... said County; for final discharge as fairies sing, .is used... iMade"in-Kiasmin! 'Wat
Chamber of Commerce shall be appointed (Clreul_ Court Seal) such Ousrdlan., and shall also presentmy ;! ee by *
.
Orders for the water may be left by the Board of Governors J. L. VVERSTREClerkET. final accounts for approval. I' Just to the child in the night of son-Hall Manufacturing Company

at. residence, 614 Patrick, street. who shall have the rich to fix his } Dated: June 19, A. D. Jot Spring, i and guaranteed by the manufacturera ,
salary and term of employment NmWELL' 'BOY M..KATZ. by H. Kats. the brook in the ] and the ,
Itl..t By moonlight glow. followll\fl"de.leta -wiioselMt
providing, however, no such term Solicitors for Co. I pant'; lt-4t Guardian. .
Owner shall be for a longer period than NOTICE OF APPLI: TION FOR TAX Bowen Grocery; CompanyPvopUVte d
CHAS.
NEID until the neat "annual meeting of 'DR NOTICE OF ATPI.ICATIO FOR TA.XDIIIiD But If through the years, when the lilacs and lOe- Store; 8. T.. F.n._. E.l E. a

the NOTICE corporation.Is therefore given' that application NOTICE) Is hereby given, That' R. B.Orlffln blow Brown, : W.--W...IftT.-.Cea1traLaa=..I\ .ter

will be mad. to the Honorable purchaser of Tax Certificates Notice' I. hereby given that JV K. Blow in the moonlight',to'< and1 fro,. Store,.;Rex ll .Dr tan,a RoM el F '

C. O. Andrews, Judge of the SeventeenthJudicial' No.SiIl and No. 17. dated-the Sd day ; Johnston? purchaser T."C.rtlflcat.lU "" You 'would hea*,'the' song' that, the DruastonTllllloa.BpwteIn:, t N..t..........
No. IS; Re.4 ,
dreult. of Florida, of Jone.A.TXtll'hms filedsaULow Wo 'day -June A. .
,I ed-OafiN0.' US.Hour Orlando. or wli iei'' h......,...be- on ,..tlf1as>t.tnn Hoe.ani siasi.me> .._1 l> bastt.dwald rtlMctsv, la-*my fairiesBinaBy -. ottb. tl1'84( "'W l be ,adiMiIMlaa t ttrorn19eel.rto.tWeelnpes

th.' Ith. day of. .J.lyA."IK, itttz for -plI' tiom.fortax d.e9rtmtseeari.-.e 4 offlon-svmd- httav msKtg'apyllna-tlaii "tat: tmr Be....'.-cbi1d! :nigI-of ''SpI'hta' ,
4 *.-.$:l" to'' 11:00 1.00 to 1:00- his approval or the amendments toth cordsvnev-with-. Said certificate deed 10.1._> In aesordanv wlthlawiRaid the brook'' in the moonlight-glow.
said embraces the following; described, ro.C.RYl certificate embraces the followingdescrlbd .
) DR. B. L WILKERSON artKisSIMMEU CHAMBER situated In Osoeola County Flor rty, situated In Osceola.
..., OF COMMERCE : County, Florida to-wlt: A break In the-circuit of the wires

I DKNTIST By H. M..KATZ. It. President Certificate No. 147: Lots 4SO and 4SS. Lot IIS. Klsslmmee Hela-hts.. of a., new burglar alarm caused by
(Corporate Seal.) Seminole Land and Investment Com The said land being assessed at the
of window door
Office Over Th Remit: Store. Attest: pany's Subdivision of the WU of Section date of Issuance of said certificate In any moving a or pulls
J. WOODBECK.. It. Seoretarr'6tPROCLAMATION S In Township 1* South. Range 30Certificate the name of Macrl Brothers. Unless said a telephone receiver down and sends a
certificate sCall'be redeemed. according( voice over the telephone wires to th.
NOTICE No. S(7. Begin 140 feet to law tax deed will Issue thereon, on ,"': .
ANn OF.PRt.AL South of the Northeast corner. of Block the 17th day of July A. D. l.St. exchange switchboard. giving the 4i
:. ELECTION 14 of Patrick's Addition to Klsslmmae J. L. OVERSTREKT. street and number the house and f .: '.
City run West 140 feet South to Er. Clerk Circuit Court announcing that it I.! being entered . '\.,. ,
JESSIE D. KLEINMAN ... East along said street to Osceola County, Florida. \ i'
of the City ofKlsslmmee.
Mayor b Central then switchesthe
T. H. R. May. Railroad IT-Bt bJ' burglars.
Circuit Court
Right of Way thence North ( Seal ,
Florida, by virtue of thetower
'Copying Stenographic Work In vested: and I, J. R. Oll- easterly along Right( of War to Dllllng- I call to police headquarters and a : '.
me '
bert[ as City Clerk of the City of Klsslmmee. ham avenue, thence North to beginnlne' NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR patrol wagon is soon on the scene of ,;, ,..
FINAL DISCHARGE .
Florida, by virtue of the power actiylty.Plumber. ''':J. ('
said '
State Bank land beingassessed at the ,
Phone 263. Building The
1I7< Revised '
Section ,
In vested, by T.
me ( '.
of 110 of the date of Issuance of said certificates In 10 Court of the County Judg-e. OsceolaCounty .
General Statutes HEREBY GIVE NOTICE the name of Unknown and ;J. F. O*Berry State of Florida. In re Estate '', .;S ,
<, State of Florid said certificates shall be of Joseph Root. Deceased. Thought ** "
.o1t of the City Unless redeemed : .
.. that the Florlda.nect, Its regular according to law, tax deed will Notice I. hereby given, to all whom It , ,:; ': .:, o of '
of Klsslmmee. flue thereon on the Sth day -ot July, may concern, that on the lid day of ... .
adjourned meeting: I Florida hold atthe on the CJ Ito: A. D. 1911. . July. A. D. till. I shall apply to theHonorable He Needed New Pipes"My '.' ...
Hall In Klsslmmee unanimously ;J. L. OVERBTnEWT.Clark : T. L. ,Comer Judgeof ..1014Co.rt ( ,j., ""'" '
A. D. Itll \
of June,
day '''
Circuit Court as Judge of Probate for my '' '
CITYMEATJARKET adopted the following; resolution: final Administrator of the -- .. .. !';'''' '
Twenty of Osceola County, Florida discharge as stomach and intestines were . ., :' .\
: WHEREAS percent of (Circuit Court Bealt.By estate of Joseph Root. deceased; '; ,:.: "l'i'x.IP!
of the City /
the qualified voters always full of C.I.nd lofteD had
8. H. BULLOCK D. C. and at the same time I will present to
Klsslmmee Florida, have petitioned'the said final accounts Administrator and .. ,:. f I.w.t,>.I '
for tC-Bt Court my as severe colic attacks. The pain i' .'
A City Council a ', .. ,, '
of said estate, and ask for ""
chance In the .form of and res. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR theIr approval. soreness caused me to think I jieed- ., ... .

ent municipal of government Charter Board the as FlgfAL\! DISCHARGE Dprrej!: ,June U, A D. un. el a new set of pipes. Since takingM.rr' .. "'"'1'w.: .......
election a \
PHARES ROOT, "
of.
certain petitions < Wonderful Remedy all this ,' .appears by three In Court of the County Judge: Osoeols I.-It Administrator. .
!-' Fresh Meat and I file with the City Clerk, and, by County, State of Florida. In r* IBs- bal disappeared! and my only trouble ) r I.l I.-
of J. R. Gilbert a.
the Certificate of Klsslm- tate of General Jackson Yates, Do- T- now is to make enough dough ,
City Clerk of the City ceased to buy all the food I'd like to ..t." '
_. Florida : .
m Is all whom It ,
Notice hereby given, to
VegetablesPhone.44 THEREFORE Be It resolved by that the 'Sid day of It is a simple, '
on
the City Council. of the City of July may eOllo.rnJ'A.- D. &'U. I shall apply to the that removes the catarrh mucus; II

Klsslmmee That an :election. be held on the Honorable T. L Comer"- Judge of said from the intestinal tract and allays Robert RieHe tl ,
Court, as Judge' of Probate', for. my '
I Std day of July A. D. Ill, for final discharge as Administrator of the the inflammation which causes' practically .

the purpose of electing a. Charter estate of .General JacksonYates., de all stomach, liver and Intestinal ..'}{ 't .
Board: Further.'that' five cea.edand: at the same time -I willpresent ailments;' iucludintr'.p&Sendicitll..
; RE80LVED.. to said Court final accounts
resident x1u.hfled voters Florida of shallconstitute the .. Administrator of ray said ., estate and dverfit One dose will convince or money re Nortelw : : : ;
n City of .
said dharterHoard ask for th.lt'! epproval.Dated funded. ." :. . ,
DR. R. J; DENNINGDENTIST the : June 1', ,A' D.:1111. ; .
to performthe duties outlined ,Jj1.1."r.aTk' 'OYERBTREET; y ::;;(.-, -- .. -
;
by Sections 1171 to 1 86. both I : : .
'
IS-tt 4. AdmlnUtrator.
; ,
: Inclusive, of the .Revised General ; r ,' .;>" te4..areWiIIson& 0 Tft.'ri{.. "
:"< Over' the Postofflee.OFFICB . Statutes of 1110 of the State of ) ,
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OTICB OFyaFFLWATION'FOR TAX _
: "r ,
HOURS ,' t* 11:10.: 1:11 t*> I. Florida, and the. five candidates sue; "FOR' '. r ,j'. '$toO1\\' :
.
who receiveth* highest number r.PpaiD'\'" ,; -?:, -,f SALE'. Audi .. , . ... '" ..
sUeUeace Pbooe 174- : said electioni shall '. .'. -
of votes at James
,Offtce PhosM 151 be thereby,' elected as a Charter Notice Is hereby given, that' O. ...room "- \... "" BILLS1, 'SPECIALTY ,
$ Tyson 'puro5aderrof'Tax; '-CertificatesNos. FOR- RENT <}ood '' bun. 1 HOUSE, > A
..... BRB80tVEb.' PurtJter. that at .1'; and 98. dated the 7th! day of low, _nown' .. the Or*.n. place, onMabbette o ,
electors Jun. A. D. liSVhaa filed Said certificates street: $10 per month. Also Real Estate ALL urreBioBtpiNUHv "
said election Only qualified In my office. and ha mad appli- one small flva-room house on Flnd- I
of the Ctly: \ of Klaalmmee.. entitled cation for tax deeds to Issue In-ao or.dance leyav.nuer pAce"i per month. J.H.1)apan. WINDOW AND.DOOR FRAMES '
.
. to th*'. City elections, ..; with law. Said ortlftcates.embrace '"< ,Manager. 1,-6t 'AND WINDOW AND DOOR
:
.hall< vote the paid'Qg.rial SCREENS
1f TJ :L be entitled.to In the following,described property,' '

j. '' Election.RESOLVED Further, that H. N. situated In OsoeolaCounty' Florida to. FOR 8ALJft-7-room dwa lint, bath new ,Phone'8ie firEstimatesDarlingUn

Real fstite.ADeRt'e, :: Bratton. Gt.. Griffin and J. McPhatter and- w'.t.' : i.. ST" and SS. 'Narcoossee.\ ":- Section four plumbing acre and farm llsjritlnir at Peghorn; also ,twenty under. INSURANCE - yr

shall be Inspectors I, Township 15 South. -Range $1East. cultivation; rood house and barn. Inquire
: 1 l -uu..:&&&__ Stanley Bullock. clerk at amidFurther and Section '
4. } t Lot II of Narcoossee. at 111 Main street Klsslmmee.FOR It' Darlington Avenue 4
.Itlon. I, Township It South Range II East f7lax and'Streets, '
Realty Bought and sold.Houlai that In all .
RESOLVED
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Th said land being assessed at thedate rr -+ FLORIDA JJSSIMIllEE I' 'FLORIDA' +
said KISSIMMEE.
Specialelection
other respects the t
of Issuance of said certificatesIn .. .
,rented L shall beheld- In the ...m.mann.r 8ALE-My five-acre home farmor -- ', '- -- ------;-
10M the name of C. Baekhaff. and-H. B.:
and veri6.el .' elections are now held Unless said certlfiales shall b.r.ele..d any part of It; two acres of stood -- .
Tares paid Titlts of Klsslmmee for thee. Page. atra.rberry land. ready made up; j. .eBuildings
: according to law tax deedwill .
r..CWII Officers.Therefore fin two-Inch well; nine-room house (
of City
for non-resident. issue on the 17th day of abstracL'Am
thereon yard. Perfect
poultry
Notice' hereby new '
.Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. that a Special Election will be held given In July; A. D- 1913.J.4. OVERSTREBT. not able to car for place as It KISSIMMEE PLUMBING Go D'
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the City of Klsslmmee Florida, on should be.. Call on or write F. C. .
. July IS. A. D. III. at the regular poUn Osceola Clerk Circuit County Court, Florida, How. West vine street. Klsslmmee.. SHOP '

Indemnity Bond.. aplace In. eLid city, for the purposesoutlined Resolu- (Circuit Court Seal). 17-tt ., lltfo8AL.E ,
( In above-quoted. ,

.... .........*..>..<<..(.. "WlTNERS my hand as Mayor. of'the NOTICE: OF APPLICATION DEED FOR TAX FOR tog; f(0. -Also Young Improved;Jersey cow Porto milk-Rico Nothing Too Big ' '

City of Klsslmmee. Florida, and my potato vines at 11.60 per thousand. : ' ,
:
iv hand'a. City Clerk of the City of KIs-cor Notice Is hereby given, that F. H. Telephone 118. J. N. Parker. I6tf Nothing Too Small Up Quickly i lWileh ,:

pporate'sealrs tOt.th.r this the Law.on, purchaser of Tax Certificate ;
Tth
.
FOR 8ALB-The White Kitchen Cafe.
P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORMBTATLJIW Say ltl' No. 'aI and -Certificate No. 40, \
of June A. Located In the bus.Inesc

Now
i91 both dated. the Id day of June A. D. operating. ,
JL MAY. 1919 has Tiled said certificates In my section of city on Broadway. All Work GuaranteedTo '" :
A. Mayor of CIty. KII.lmm. Florida. -
Well Klssimmee,
office and .has mad* application for equipped. "
"fV OFFICBS Seal) .J. R. OILBERT, tax, deed to Isiue In accordance with 36.5 i Satisfactory ._our lumber! Is.!' Wj: rather..,..:; "
( Said certificates embrace the following '
law. -
.t Winter Park, Florid.V' A. City Clerk City of Klsslmmee. described ro situated in -BALE-WOodeit'4 washingma- Is no time losifln selecting''good,

lt-7t Osceola County rd'rt.to- : ) nearly new. Apply01 Main
Lot. 11 and 11, I'inedile; Lots 11 and street 10-tt 15 Broadway : Telephone 143 boards or in matching up.. >The'lon la:

NOTICE FINAL!DISCHARGE FOR II, Plnedale.Th ber sent out. from here ctn .bemused
.' said land being assessed at the RABBITS-Have a number of young ; ;
date of Issuance of said I certificate In New Zealand Reds ready now. Prise i with the minimum 'amount.of.-working -

;. DR. J.YCHIROPODIST .[. Court ef tke C..t Judge! Oeola the name of Dr. Win. Osenbach. Unless stock. L. A. Quessas.. St. Cloud. Fla. HKRD CORN OOWPRAS, MILLET Its ass saves time as well as
..'. OFTAMPA: Cosiaty. Stst..3 Florida said certificates. shall be redeemed w I GRASS SEED, BOHUHlJM For Immediate up.
according to- law tax, deed will Issue FOR BALE.-Potato bards in any seasonable :
shipment. All/ insuring a better"b'uitdinl"fn erlfi':
. J Wi11 I be at The Gcaystone Hotel In re ":.tat.%1 George W. Fertlc. thereon on the 14th day of July, A. D. quantity. Special prices In carlots. Field and Vegetable Se. 'a, Writ* for !
;-. the. 7<,h'and 8th of each month. Notice. I. hereby given to air whomIt 1912. Correspondence solicited. Clearwater Price List and Catalog Our beautiful way, And 'our'priees'speil' economy r
" may concern, thai on the I0th day J. L. OVERSTREET, Manufacturing Company, Clearwater and instructive catalogue Is free time '
V 01 July A. D. 1IS1. 1 .""-1 apply to Clerk CircuIt Court.Osceola Florida. 17-tf and gives valuable 1 formation/ on every ,
the Honorable T. L. Comer. Judge of ..County. Florida. farming and aurrtfsntnexjlor Florid /and
; laid Cuort as- -Jud e of ,Probate. formy (Seal) FORBALE..sTr':::: Furnished: the South. 'Writ* toSus to :" : final discharge..as Administratrix lt-6t By. a,H. BULLOCK. D.'C. Rooms '. Cards. Itcnts special prices' on your Iaie* r-qulr WOODWARDiilBErYARpTelephone
of George W. Fertlcde. The' Oasetts of nee.:
": 01 the estate I each at' ments. OUr complete xtock will enable -
:' ceased: and that at the same time I NOTICE, OF APPLICATION' FOR-TAX: 4s-tf As to supply you(to\aavntage in
IT pvlll present to said Court my final PKBP prlc-and quality. v X 220' ':-t
K.K.K." accounts a. Administratrix of said estate l"OR' BALK-Fine residence property. f .
FLORIDA666
1 : their Notice is'"hereby:: given that C. A. Apply at the 'Office of The ValleyQasette KISSIMMEE t : .
tgdM" : lih
mh.HA. D. Air.TIC Strsub, purchaser of Tax Certificate Klsslmmee. $-tt L A. MARTIN SQD CO. *
No. ft. dated the Tth day of June. A. D. C.UM: MaJada.iCt': mINSURANCE
ISStAdministratrix.. 1110. las (lied said certificate In my FOR '8ALK: -One Bets Electric Wall .. "v
office. and has made application for Flats. Practically new. At a reasonable Oldest sad I..rirt Seed Bow la Fever am.. Ferer.
r NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX tax deed to suite In accordance with prloe. Apply Valley Oa- PI.... u ere,
-x Ray'sROACH DEED law Said certificate embraces the following sstte. t.t'. CeLIa LEd LaGdppt.;
described_property, situated In 1>1-ass East Bay .t, Jckea"u...Fla. "

Notice given that B. O. Osceola County, to-wit: FOR' SALE-Two) boys' suits. 4-year' -' ..
ROUTER Hancock, purchaser of Tax CertificatesI4os. Fractional EU FIOrld'j of 8WU' of old else, velvet, one dark blue, one -". -- '
(1 and IS. dated the 7th day of NEVI and NW 4' Park Gar dark green Russian style white .
June. A. D. 1IIO. baa filed said certificates d.n. In SectlolL I.. Township JI South collar and cuffs?, detachable. Nearly "
In my office and has made application. Range .1* Ea. new. Apply" Main street ltft ;
. ,. ; GUARANTEED, for tai.deed to Issue 'Inacoor- The said land being assessed at the :
1 dance with law. Baldcertificates embrace date of Issuance of said certificate In '

Ril.your'l( ',Place of the following described property. the name of W. J. LaRue. Unless said FOR: RENT \
shall [
situated lit Ososola County. Florida/ to. certificate o* rd.emed'aceordingto. ,
,, law, tax deed will -Issue thereon on. . ., .
: Roaches. !.TAe I. 'M1II' ''of SW 1(' of .Section' -'ti.' the 14th. dajlvo July A. D. l ts. FOR' "vRKNT ,_- Two-story six-room 1- .TI1AT PROTECTS .
'c *, : OVER8TRBBT unfurnished, on Dixie Hlarb- : I :
.,. ; 'Township :1* South. .Ran.. 17'-East. -V. L* house, : office ,
at
Clerk Circuit Court way4t Main street Apply ,
NW ( O' NEIL and NEK of 8mv. .of o
Non-poUonous to Person, Animals Section 01 Township I*,South. Rang - Osiwola County. Florida. of Th Valley Uasette, or at Set "e..... > .. ,
v- .
v' ...... 4 ? y, -. grlltf e. ---- 1 -1-1'-
--Main-.tree. r- Go
-' 4............. ''Cl1"-F'OW" : .. IT, Th East said*.- IadrieinI"aaeemed Jz. -wJ i at -tb f (8a1). ". , ,-,'''''H.'Bm.t.ocK.' :. ,A'CNwrIcI '' : -r- , .' ,S. "EI"1- ,i'' : J.

flat. .
-ii' acid In FOR :tlCltNleel furnished ; \
v' 8oWbj'your Groeir of Jessie ClarkUnless OF ADMIWISTItATOMl ,,,FOSlIn' Modern fcon.enlncea.Lowrent. for'summer. '
the
name .
. 'n'k W. B. Harris .- 14-lf TJf 1Sr S' : : +
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..IKAIrD.8CIIARU.
redeemed
1< shairb .
'goldbyyourDrnggtstt --
\ : -K said certificates -RestLUPFERS' ( ,
aee.bww.a4 .
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........ :. .-.+'.t'2& '' Box according to law, tax deed will 'if rhl 'IT" 'f.on the lower ,-. '>; .
.. nd'60e4be Court County 'judg*, 'OsoeolaCountyrfltt B RKNT Quarters :-t''h-: '
of July
Isstie ,thereon on th* ,,*lst 0 yr ,!: :
j' .. ' " 'of Florida In r* Estate foor of the Wlllsn bvtldlns on Oar: :
" '!:J.' - -.D.. .jiss.CircnU' 'I: L. : o{.a.W. MarshNotice "-' /,_." __ ," line-ton! avenue ,AU- ready far occupancy. f ; '' INSURANCI5':AGfNCVI ,. : 'rt
OYERSTREET. See J. M. ,WIU.oa. or Dr. .
( Court \ j\ la hereby (given to all whom ,. -
.Tb . Clerk Circuitourt.- '. . It.may concern that on the S.th dayof K.'D. &: company. -Hall ;;10, -.-. _. ..
Classified ,Columns'of''The; shall the Manufacturing ,' "im- .. "
Ososola County .Florida! July A.'I > I apply to '
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, Gasette civ splendid errlcjs.: .It-It L Honorable T.- L. Corner, of said .mew -
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: REALM' World. Happenings, RUNS HITS AND 'ERROfiS' : .

SOCIETY'S \ Worth RememberingThe : .- --L **

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Captain Grant 1 .

death of William Rockefeller I "
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MARRIAGE ,OF FORMER brother of John D. Rockefeller .'., .
younger ; '
KISSIMMEE RESIDENT one Larlsey warmed' op a couple ,6f . .
The following announcement hat removes from earth whose times but roust have decided that the' ',. ,

been received at the office of The Catena wealth was estimated, to. be ,second dugout was the best place'for his rep- .\ --
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$. -and duplicate have been re. only'to .the riches,of his brother utation.': lie eouldn't have ''I. .
atop ; \ \ '.
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eived by some of the many friends :* Republicans in Florida -are not the Cowpunohers on ; ; 1'1' '1' > '" ):l\,,"li, .
r ; 'of the groom willing to let well enough alone They body could. ;':r'\Mi\\'h':\ \ : f< ..;" 'n
Mr and Kr .-Stephen Edgar Crews have taken preliminary steps ,to ,.r 't't.':: "T . ,
; ;' announce the,marriage of their niece, form another branch of the'orgsnliation Not one fly ball to our outfielders. ',' /I""r" : '! ,
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Minnie Barre, to JackEdgar Bryan -the first meeting having -been They might just as well have remained )"";\--l;',:. :w'tie! S', ;:":r:. f"

r y ,bn Wednesday. June 1. at Austin held in Orlando-and thus serve asa in the dugout. But they all/get r -, fs .

Texas. At home' 4835' Janius street means to weaken the p.rty-al- good ,batting practice Y' .''. .,b,. ,.. on, i
a+ Dailas Texas.MISCELLANEOUS. Florida. It ,'. > , .
ready not too strong-hi Story remarked before 'the game .;: 1lg4e"
all helps to give publicity to the par ?
that it would take a healthy swat to
4 v SHOWER
tynd the same time-tb. movements :
clear that screen in left. Then he
FOR "SURPRISE" BRIDEAt looked with glee by the democrats -
upon proceeded to see just how much of
the residence) of Mrs. L M. Ken. stick .a
who always together.
ton Tneseday evening there was held e, ,. Governor Len Small of Illinois poke it would take. And did you notice CJ\USH
; shower for Mrs. LloydC. ( -his smile as he. trotted. around .
l a miscellaneous under charge of robbing that
the basesT
Hettlnger of Saint Cloud former. state,,of several million dollars has .

4 ly Miss Margaret Kenton, of KUslmmv been whitewashed by the jury aftera Gray seemed right at home between .

.The event was originated* by deliberation of one hour and thirty Roberson and Duke::Tie fielded
1 *' Miss Leah Wilcox and was *ery five minutes. Rev. Donald D. his position nicely and cover a lot \

,a pretty affair-with a score of the Stewart, a temperance worker on the of ground when he has to.
honoree's friend present, and many Pacific coast, is under arrest, and '
y pretty gifts were presented. Light seven women are claiming him as Klssimmee filled the bases againin '

,refreshments were served. husband. His marriages have covered the ninth after two- were out, but Let the "Crinkly" i

lw a large scope of country rang Gray decided it was time to go home,

: G PLEASING PASTOR RECEPTION MOST ing from the Boston to of Indianapolis.the "We'llMake Hewas so he skied out to second. Bottle be your guide to .liti., .,

1 1 A; second reception' was given the California composer Dry. .song* JohnJ. Pitching .Averages, including'games the "Crushes"O'NGE .
,
Christian pastor Rev.. Allen J. Miller Lewis presiident of the United MineWorkers played Tuesday: artsttb genuine I-

on Monday .!evening,when fully at luncheon with President W n Lost cent
seventy-five enjoyed the event most Harding announced that the miners' Per. -and your guard :.t'i' :

4- S thoroughly. It was a. "kid" party union opposed to all federal efforts Young ____*___ 8 1 .C88 'CRU&H
? ' the participants being dressed largely to was effect a settlement in strike Per __________ 6 2 > .760 agaInst SubstltQt.Un.! :t,
...
; in the attire of childrenand games matters. No definite plans were set. McLean ..._____ 2 1 .66ft BOTTLE --- ;--

;' and sports were generously program' tied upon to equalize conditions-but; Clements .'______ 1 1" .550 I er These are the world's
med. Guests from out of the city were
there seems to be a general desire to
N Zurn of Orlando, rendering' Leesburg beat Palatka three>> in a
present-Mn. have all mines taken over by the ov- largest hl2'Jruit-
Kisslmmee beat 12
y several musical ..electlons.whil.ithe row. Leesbure- flI
; ernment; in which case there might; to 0. Now where do we stand with the
Mr. Miller
; honor guest, be worse conditions than those whichare I flavored drinks-due
Pals You take .
? never can anythingfor .
'
', created much amusement by giving1 a ; of
existing in some portions
now
granted in the old ball
game.
a ; mind-reedCng'exhibition. Charming Illinois. Mexico is reaching out their
to quality purity
k I
served. The affair
refreshments were after American money. Bandits there Seventeen wins out of twenty-two '

took place at the Newby Inn. have capture'a chief .of the federal starts is no mean record. Any team and deliciousness. k

t NEWLYWEDS RETURN FROM bureau of investigation, A. Bruce Bie- that travels at a .772 clip is playing

:' AN EXTENDED TOUR laskl. and propose dollars to hold him have till been five mighty good ball. Sold only'inth. Also dispensed ice-
thousand ransom
Morris Hill
r and Mrs. Victor re-
Mr. 8 Six straight hits is enough to drive
paid. The great graft of a
home, Narcoossee CrinklyBoU/c
in fountains
turned to their cold
pitcher off the mound but I at
the
; .rte..ba.inc.toured several ship subsidy bill is agitating entire any guess
on Tuesday, country> wherever the matter has Lee bUJ'C' knew, they would -.u look '. .
Eaglaad.states.andd "
44 ''of the New- alike to the 5t.
Slucgen.
visited in,New-York, at-the 1 home of ,:been, investigated- At. first glance ".

']I".W..HiIL Mrs. Hill was Miss Leila the plan seems a good one, but. when. That batting order is a Veal Mur- ,; ,
d. it an.l.ized
factors entering into are
the
Love Johnson, dusghter of the recelv derers' Row now. They are liable tobreak
A er of the defunct bank at Saint Cloud there is shown nothing but graft it out at any time and pitchers l

: several years ago.who later removed -with the federal forces pushing cant afford to ease up at any stage. +' '
It should\ to the people Lmi n-CRUSH
2 to Hearae Texas, but has been teaching along. appear 'J
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'at Saint Augustine, and the wed. 'that this government has been skin.ned The game was delayed for twenty
John's sufficiently in the past--for it is minutes rain. It looked if
ding took at tht Saint by as we ti
Episcopal church, in Jacksonville on plain that for the last four years were going to be cheated oft of a lotof .LiirneS$ ,;d
t Saturday, June 10. there has not been one bit of honest fun. but the old weather man then NI .'

The groom is merchant and post. legislation in congress in any way, changed his mind at the last minute. -
; master at Narcoossee, and during his shape or fashion. Every action has .'J

,absence his deputy, Miss Emma Tyson been perfumed with profiteering: and The "Burgs" tried waiting out Perz. '.,
baa ably carried on the duties of infused with imposture. * * The and were only swinging after two ,

the,' establishment.} j I wife of-Governor Len Small, of Illinois strikes had been called on them. Itdidn't Ingredients Dutribgfed XdIlSM/y 6 I ; :

+ >. died'of a broken blood vessel on matter to the chunky southpaw The three Crush" drinks ,
y i BUSINESS COLLEGE Saturday evening at a reception given as he had them in there wheneverit lid their eaves from the t.

# GAVE FINE BARBECUE "in honor" of her husband a acquittalfrom was necessary. lIe will never pitch delicate fruit ou. pressed lfI'f'fI

; t r In honor of four graduates P....- very grave charges. * *The any better ball in a long time.! from tbe fresh. outer= "tf 1
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ther Gilbert Bradley Harris, Ettamay navy will expend more than fourteen to which I COCO-COLA BOTTLING WORKS .
Suhl and'Helen Schmidt-the man- million dollars experimenting with Our old rivals in Loughman have from Ihe.e fruit.. cane ,
e been going: great guns lately, and are sugar.U.S.ee>rtlfied food "','.
of,the Kissimmee Business air craft.
*g ment > Eight years ago when c r ted water I Kissimmee Florida '
at all primed for the two games on the sndndcicantnc acidthemturaladd ,
w' College-entertained at a barbecue Congressman Claude L'Engle of Florida ,
Fourth. The whole town should of kmoos
,
move oreuges I'
AlligatorlakeWednesday\ afternoon. ; asked an appropriation of one and limc..
there for the "
There -was 'plenty .to amuse-in the hundred thousand dollars for the same down morning game get
p 'line 'of: boating: and swimming; but purpose his fellows at Washingtonhooted home early for lunch and turn out in '!'he"Cnoah"fI......._ epwetbthnre.4Sai.Ca1 ;.
HomeBrews Claa- ,
the afternoon tto watch the nlpe.and oo.Sendfortre.gmphMfe
best'of alt was the luncheon which I' him downOEas: a -wild theorist. make It wine.Wouldn't 'HowOr.na rwhU M......N '
+ carried ,with It,all that could be desired two more I 2
Wallace Stevens, formerly editor a double win be a dainty <
'" in- the way of eatables and a
,of the college issued at Rollins holiday morsel?
headliner paper
splendid; barbecue as the on '
|.vy, is now in charge of the Moore Haven "
the menu.' The affair.was a pleasant
? FLORIDA RESCUE HOME :. ,
Democrat the new weekly which start 1 I j
four
one- .Be.ldel.the Jrl'Adu.tes.there HALL.
9 AND ODUM'S
HOPE
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ed in that three .
placesome months
'I + were 'present' Mrs;,C. E.,Hilton; Mrs. ,
w E. Holland i Misses Nellie Bowen Lis- ago He is making a good. paper out Major L. A. Odum who, for the .;Jt..

r r *!. Mae ''Matherly, Elizabeth Carter, ofl it. past ten year. or more has travelledthe . .. , . ....
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;$ Lauretta Snodgraas Wilmai, Wilson; state in the interest of two noted I
TOO c LATE TO
CLASSIFY lOff-With Girl
Ilobert .Amoss,, Walter Baas, John ; charities-the Florida '' Rescue Home KNIGHTS OF, PYTHIAS Her Sale of Land Made :.,

Graham,* L.. E. Pert;' Gerald Rivers, SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY ld you and Hope Hall; has been in Kissim- i For ,'f}'
>rOle; Sears Orrick. SuM, and Jack b. interested In purchasing an Inter mee this week to secure needed assign ;PROMISE, GALA ,NIGHT Four-Day CampMiss At Shingle 'Creek >
set In a concern that there I I. '. ',
everyr.a.on * ,. _J'
{ Whldden. . to believe will" pay from 100% tance. These are wonderful spots, -' Albina Smith home demonstration ",
to 100%( profit In the next two yea,., these homes for betterment, and are The Knights of Pythias is a growIng 'A. R. Dennis has disposed of a por.i
Miss, Henrietta Fairweather was A ft-olng.concern..five olds netaaeta proving of great worth for humanity order in Klssimmee and with the. agent, was a very busy woman ,
Book <
tlon of his nice home at -
over 1100.000. value of Monday morning in getting two property
drowned at New Smyrna last Thursday.
stock per aharo |1SI. ... _Flor and are being recognized byall people subsidiary order has a large roster. Creek at the terminus of the -
entrain her forces of Shingle ,
.. 'With three others, all of whom ida, real estate and raortracea. Additional 6f all "classes. Mrs. L. A. Odumis That order has a reputation of "doing can ready to Dr.
coald'swim she.want capital wanted to make the girls--all of whom were highly interested brick road-purchasers being
superintendent of the Rescue Home things right"First
shoreeAaeeing profit mentioned possible In next in to Winter Park where I R. Denning and hls brother. L. i.
., It' second,br4', P. pJeon two year*, for a short time Interest located at Jacksonville, while her husband it might be stated that on going who to this
eleven
'the .party'was"in troublel"went toR' In this company will be sold for *"6 still continues at the head of the Wednesday evening was held } the at Rollins there was to be an outing Penning, plan bring
t ,theirv.Uef, and u succeeded.:in saving per share. Beat of references can be Hope .Hall, located at Hampton which election of <|fficera which resultedas for the club girls of Orange and Oa.. acres,-DOW carrying a number of
ft-lven. rull Information then to ola counties. They planned not to citrus tree into as fine a grove as it '. if,
thosewho could swim then when a In vast amount of din- follows A. S. Brunson Chancellor .
F ; those position to purchase. Bankable gives a help to : ."'i
l ..arch was, made for Miss Falrweath paper can be used. Write Box charged prisoners and places them, if Commander; A. J. Sutton Vice-Chancellor camp on the grounds, as they would' possiblle to make. The location .U
only her.lifeless body wa. found. 116 Orlando Florida. Slt Prelate Victor occupy the dormitories there and very convenient and as soon as the-
er Stanton
they will once more 'upon their feet. ; Story ;
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l k n Hill M. W.; W. S. Graham M. A.', there was to be a regular program of brick road'-.hall 'be, extended toward


.;' 1""lIilml"" .l ll li I lmHIIIIIIII"IUI"! "" lllllllllonllmlilUllnnlnnlllllllllllllll"nill(( ( ( 11111111111111111UIIIIIIIIiI(1111111Banking l ll ( lI G G.-;L.;F.; Gross Carson C. Bryan I.Farmer G.;, Stacey Master Keeper Brunson of of Exchequer Records O. work The and girls amusement leaving' Kissimmee and getting Mon-Rose acquainted the a fine Wilson on road two the lake side fall district*. length there of the will property be, ,"

day morning were Edith.Bass.
and Seal) and Master of Finance. LlciU-
These officers are to be installed Dnggor Cassiebelle Hlgdon, JUDGE ANDREWS SPOKE r

== next Wednesday evening and the ,e may Matherly Evelyn Miller:, :Kate HIGHLY OF THE PRESS 1
FrancesSkaggs
Sancer
Partin. Marguerite 1 1Bar
has been a live committee of the
'. . .', == Knights and the Pythian Sisters to and Etelka Stroupe.,, At the recent session of the State '
'M .;
; ,, = Association at Orlando. Judge i
r. \ look after detail. This will bea
every ALL ARE INVITED TO HEAR
:t'. Charles O. Andrews president of the
'I ; :::::::i public affair and a general invitation BISHOP AINSWORTH SUNDAY association paid 'tribute to the press
: ia extended. There will be an
.. entertaining ftrtignm rendered following Invitations have been sent lo all of the atai:. in his opening address
when he intimated that without the
The Bank the work of installation, and the denominations by tie Methodiststo
With = vocal and instrumental music of mer- come to dedication service Sunday newspapers of' Florida the lawyers
'
., originated with the Jews of Lombardy it will be heard. The Knights pro- morning at 11 o'clock. would be handicapped.He .

J: the thousand i Dose to have this affair'the best one The public Is cordially invited to declared "that the association -
several years ago and today the = 'the lodge has yet carried one. crme. The bishop is a great educator should have, its own magazine or bulletin .

Ability Bank is an = having been president of the old- conveying supreme court decision

: !'i OPPORTUNITY NOW WINKS est chartered; female college in the to members of the bar immediately
and == AT- DOLLAR LIMIT STOREA world for and.making one of its after they were rendered and
years
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after not have to depend upon the newspapers
Soon
most successful presidents.
Indispensible; Institution ; full-page announcement today serving this noted college,so ablyhe to furnish such information ;,;

Willingnetfto. from the Dollar Limit store calls attention made a bishop of the Southern which often times came in as late as t)
was
l' 'of the public to what Is styledan Methodist church. As a speakerhe thirty days after the decision The
L I Serve = "Opportunity Sale/''which is to be 'and newspapers however, print the decisions -
ranks with the most eloquent
J;; ? ., in commercial I centers. I.is functionary ;;;;;;; conducted on the lines ordin.rlly used fluent of any denomination. There Is as a matter of news and we believe -, "
i. in by George W, Persons when he desires in the that a large percent of the readers
j receiving masterful preacher
deposits loaning cash- no more
.. .
money old
= to:'make new friends I and'cater to American than Bishop Aim- peruse the decisions. If the
: pulpit
DEPOSITS INSURED ing checks buying and The store has marked down to been of service
:7 selling exchange, ones. worth. We are: delighted that Kissimmee press as to the bar
.. .' ,. making collections extraordinarily low ; figures everything have such a treat. in this one particular we feel that
can
;r't discounts, etc. THIS .--. -:: carried in: stock-and' there is REV. R. )g. HODNETT. U ban performed happy service.!

'rr BANK does a general banking business on also being offered com* special features Sometimes- newspaper is a source ...
,'. for the early shopper;. "In one FROM SANITARIUM' of considerable bother ,
; > .. RETURNS or annoyance
I . . ; 'I. '. square banking principles and an Account = case he has taken an assortment of to lawyers! and jurists who feel that ;!

ffJ! opened WITH; 'US will PROVE advantageous :::: shoes where the previous values have R. S. Roberts has returned. from an enterprising reporter has collected -
the two weeks in Tampa sanitarium -
where spent a
high-and
been seemingly the evidence, selected the jury and
t : ,: to you in many ways. .We solicit == quality has not deteriorated and where he underwent an ,.opera rendered the verdict! Sometimes this

1 11 '. ,.' a your future business. == placed them at what he terms giveaway tion. While he feels greatly improved is the case but reporters besides be-
draw-back he is still weak aa a result of
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r prices; and the only very in? meagerly -oaid at best, do not receive -
1.- == is that the sizes are not complete in the work: of the surgeons-but is any legal fees." r
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:.t'J: =:::I assortment. Mr. Persona is confident gradually gaining. As soon as he may

"- == that this sale will be the greatestevent be able to stand the journey he will, ORANGE SPOT INN Ytb

he has yet staked. with Mrs. Roberts leave for a two.
; : months' stay in the mountains. \'charming: place at which to stop
LONG AUTOMOBILE TRIP when In Melbourne a pretty little t
: r BOYS WILL MAKE CANOE TRIP hostelry where the attractions of the

BRKofL : Osceola : ;':Miss: Evelyn Elam daughter of Rurrc-undinga: excelled only by'the
: County Mr ...,G. B. Elam, 108 Vernon' street Nearly a dozen boys canoe enthusiasts extreme neatness of the entire
"' and; the dock in Klssimmee intert
left' on Tuesday with her nncle will leave ior; is the Orange Spot Inn., -
aunt. Mr and -Mrs, G. W. Brown;who early the coding week for West Palm iently located as to every spot one .f '
extensive visit Beach and Miami.expecting at Stuarto
... had been making ni may wish to reach, of an elevation
.. A j. ,. In Kissimmee'for Portland;Arkansas pick up young Barnes, who formerly' -
'" .'" where, each breeze. that. stirs,.brings 1.. '
n9A''M.' : ; to3 P.'Me' ivH where she,'will.-visit'mveral: weeks. lived here. The trip 'planned t
,_ ; ..,. : : the tang of the sea or the aroma of.\,
,' .j Th 'trip was made by'automobile'by will be free from all danger, and the. the Powers! the place ia rapidly beeomlnll" ,

r.. ,t, e ; ,e V '. easy stages/ and covered .consider- lads are'expecting to have a "great a mecca for., those _merely''.t .
able:; territory,' Following a month's time." Among; those to make the .
"passing through" or those who would 4 ,. ,
visit there Miss:'EIam :will return to trip are'.Buckles, Bullock.Schweikart remain for a longer period. ' ,

Atlanta'where; she will remain until. and Thomas, son of Roma Thomas, ", -. -- I..-... <._,:'/ *.'

".. OEM. time.ia.. September.... formercashier, of the State. Bank. Subscribe for The :Valley 'Cut"r:: "
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