Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 7, 1922
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01071
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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-k. + WORK BEING HURRIED Lightning Two Cows'Bolt; Man Kills Escapes, Cowpunchers; Are t 'Winners i CountyHas, For Lumber Many Bridges; SPEED LIMIT WIPED

r- ON RIVERS BUILDING nine iTo',while have two the:owner, scows killed stands by six light feet .Haines: City :and Loughman commissioners Settlement was one made Monday by with the county C. W.' OFF ENTIRE COUNTY

of one and two feet.of the other and

i Foundation Will ,Be Ready is practically which happens unharmed to.but is very an accident few- h Took Defeat, In Gdod Part Bf according, for:; 'the excess to lumber previous contractedFor resolution Drivers May "Step On It" r

By the Time theBrick, ; \ men; yet this took\ place in Kissim -, : the'-Melbourne' 'road. The award ,;With. Never Fear' Of

(, Unloaded mee last Sunday afternoon. ,. Lucky' for lumber was'made to' for Pulled '"
Are Bruns
i Being
Game Won
Firman Ponds, living in his little Heavy Hitting Loughman Laughs as ,
home on1' Alma avenue opposite the ,I lumber specified sizes and quality '
In Haines City Thursday Deluge Saves' :Another '
,Y The-contractor on.the,foundattons" residence,of.WV.X.Cold; was.leading at $27.23 per thousand feet, to be de.Ifveredatde.lgnatedpolnU There Is no speed law' ncouDtexeeptth."one'wbhb bueoi:
and the concrete work for the Rivers his two. cows;water Sunday afternoon Score:: 15 to'6 -* '3-to-1 'Score' -along 1 Ihe has-4"
block B. Dickerson. has made excellent shortly after three o'clock. There been established by the state and that;

.. progress thus far. The Southland was no rain at the time, nor were any (Bob Grant) '(Bob Grant) road.When will not count" as there is no state officer
garage on Powell avenue was leased storm clouds noticed nearby. The (The Ktssimmeei ICowpnJncherat en- Old work ceased it was reportedby on the roads; besides that, eachcounty
for the carrying' on' of making the one cow wore a chain about seven J jo batting spree at the expense Jupiter Pluviua has co friend the contractor that lie had an excess has been in the habit'ofregn-
d concrete blocks, sills, lintels, and such feet long one end .of which was of Haines. City last Thursdayr.winningeasily Klsaimmee. On the afternoon of quantity on" the skids' ready to ating the speed that may be taken
articles, but before daring to placer the Fourth he invaded the camp of .utomobi ist.. '.
wound around the driver's wrist and 15 to 6: The locals scored in deliver. The commissioners by

'z.......:... the tons of the of cement roof had Inside to be a large recoveredin section the ehd thrown over his shoulder; the six of the nine innings, and after the the roof locals of'tha and dugout perched to'remain himself: for on the the pay for it-less the price for agreed A eommisloners petition was presented to afternoon the courU: +
ty Monday
other cow wore a chain not more than fourth were never in danger which is
afternoon. figured at two dollars
order to the contents'fromthe For.the Loughman Lumber ery .
protect for dismissal
asking front' oflce
end Coonibes
: half that length one of which Young started on the thousand. .
ravages.,of any rainfall. Ponds was carrying in the other hand. mound for the Cowpunchers, but was was probably' a good thing per The commissioners somewhat. of the game warden and the speed, !sea
that he were
t'; All last week and thus far this week When he had approached to within derricked tn the third and Pen finished taken .the mornings Sluggers had in nonplussed when the county engineer cop; the former because he had not ae.eomplished'what .
bas the work been steadily'going on engagement he and
should the
of feet of tree bolt however credit
a couple -large a Young, gets
a found there
feet of.this
were 28.450 '
Loughman, 3 to .nd all prim 1
has been doing 1. were '
.l in this line. Dickerson
of lightning shivered the tall pine, for winning as he handed over to lumber latter lae was creating: ad
the skids
ed on
to Jthon>ugh| '
_. _considerable! Dl truct0'L.W'! rk at Pen-"W ththe enjof boliday.bymaking Y4rae-: onditlona.-, There were 2655names '
1A 1'&n--.dOWD-=tbetrunkr.Ianeed. iJo CrescentCitytnaDceount ; \vlieret. cow' which dead followed thechain his favor. Haines City used up four aforementioned stralghtBut; the $775.25. 'Less the estimate for delivery signed to the document: ".
one of his contracts was the construction to drop' . and over his twirlers in a vain endeavor to. halt on/the weather man turned $57, the outlay'seemed to' some Following this reading there "wait
: of an attractive station for the tap and transformed the local presented
ji shoulder to the other chain the locals. a counter petition aaking'forthe
Jumped of
ball park into miniature lake. The the board as extravagant, and
t Atlantic Coast Line, and' where he a retention of John Branson as
and killed the second animal. Mr. Story's Sluggers filled the bases In there
was some argument as to taking
i has established a good reputation for Ponds was knocked flat arose to his the very first inning', with none gone. largest crowd of the season was on it over but the records of the speed cop, declaring among) other'
and )
, his ability; and there are numerous knees, then fell again.As but were'unable) to score, and had to hand hour. waited patiently for almost meeting showed that' decisive previous things that the safety of the public :
'J' other contracts there to be taken up soon as he returned to consciousness wait until the break through. an, But Umpire Doc" Simpson action had been taken and settlement demanded it. This petition carried
as soon as this work is completed; he arose and started towards his McLean opened with a single, Gray the was reluctantly forced to cancel was made. 588! signatures. It was supplementedby
; consequently no time will be lost on home of mile Examination and Story followed suit the game when it became evident that a letter from Dolph Walker of the ;
a quarter a away. filling to play' would be of the It is the belief that the entire
: this building. showed that hi. feet and bags. Leo Wilson promptly cleaned question. amount can be used by the county mills at Campbells, speaking of the
.Regular winter visitors will note tne lower of his legs had turned them with a triple to center. Againin As The Morning Game within a reasonable time in puttingall protection needed for the people of
;:"' this change inn the appearance of entirely black, his hands were swollen the fourth. Duke and Pen singled. is usual when these old-time rivals bridges in order unless it can be that place. *>.
?. Broadway with pleasure, and the and black, and his shoulder was the former scoring on a fielder's meet the contest was a hum- sold to the stats road department in There was brief discussion. Commissioner
,' horseshoe tossers will be gratified mer, and the result is in doubt all
r. scarred; but within a few hours he choice; which case the can be replacedIn -'Wetherbee'then asked what
that there will still remain a space was back to normal and showed lit- Three: more came across in the fifthwhen thet way through. The Cowpunchers the Melbourne money road fund and will charges had been brought against the

;, %! alongside the building where their tle the woe ee for the(close call by Duke singled and Pert; strolled. were never headed but not before the not have to be paid for from the road speed cop but there was no reply. '': .' >

; contests for supremacy- may be car. death he had been through.COMMISSIONERS. Buttorff got on by a fielder's choice. seventh were they able to tuck the fund of'.the county.CROWDS The following resolution was :then
r' ''ried' The of the three game in the old bat "Red" .
-. on. occupancy and all three scored on successive singles away bag. Introduced by Commissioner- MeCle1-
: stores will vacate temporarily one or by McLean and Prather. Leo Moseley. the latest addition to the land who moved Its adoption-and the\

two places now rented, but these will FEEL Wilson singled in the seventh and pitching staff of the locals, decorated ATTEND THE motion was supported by Commissioner -

Abe rapidly snapped up by other firms scored without the aid of a hit, on infield the mound and pitched high class. Bass -, '
.V --so that Kissimmee will advance errors. article of balL He struck out eight "Whereas: The grand Jury has adIsed -

: rather than retreat; and the buildingwill NEED TWO NEW ROADSPlan More fun in the eighth. Pen fanned and was in serious trouble during only DEDICATION SERVICEBish the board of county commissioners
attractive one inning, the third. The .
be an one. as a starter. Buttorff singled but big southpaw in its general presentmentthat
"I don't wish too much said regarding was forced by McLean. The latter drew a worthy opponent in : position of speed cop In Osceola "

this building until It is complete," To Reduce Total Levy scored on Gray's double. A single by Chubb. -The latter was the hardest Ainsworth Delivers county is an unreasonable and nnnecissarv -, ;
remarked Dr. T. M. Rivers. "I would Prather, a couple of two-ply blows working man on the field, and had it p expense on the county;, then.
prefer to have it better than was contemplated V If Such Action May by Story and R beraon together not' been for ragged support they Spirited Discourse at fore be it"Resolved .-, ,>.
than to have people build Prove PossibleThe with a-sin by Duke made the total might still be playing. Chubb allowed : By the county commissioners
their expectations too high. You maysay thirteen. dust in case there were any only, five hits and one earned run. Methodist ChurchThe in compliance with the grand\l.\ f'

that it will be modern In every superstitious fans present the Cow. This run came across in the second fury presentment, that the position'''
sense of the word and that it will be county session commissioners .met with in punchers aded two more in the last. with two gone. Lesley, playing long-looked-for dedicatory ex of speed cop is hereby abolished and, '
;ready for occupancy before the season regular Monday McLean: : singled for his third hit of his first game since he broke his ercises of the Methodist church building .I that the person holding the motorcycle
full attendance. details
shall open; but don't praise it a Many regarding the afternoon. Holmes Pr.thert playing arm in Palatka several weeks and the fact that these services >r other property used in -this' poaU
t: too much." dled. numerous matters were han- second in place of Gray followed walked. Moseley. helped to win his would be conducted by Bishop W. N.Ainsworth. tion: is hereby requested and required
4 own'game with a timely double to of Macon. head of the 1.0 the in to the of..
Concerning the road asked for suit, and the old reliable Sam Story turn same --sheriffs.
) scored them both with a healthy dou right scaring: Lesley. The Florida conference brought to that lice at once."
"LET'S DO SOMETHING"HINTED the some home months of W.ago I. from Barber a pint lina"near ble. making the final count fifteen. drew Up on even terms in their house of worship last Sunday mornIng .. Roll call resulted as follows.! ,h an. a

Haines City scored In only two Innings half of the third. Chubb and W. every member of that denomination selL yes; McClelland, yes.Bass, yes;: w
> Pine the committee
to Island
; appointed -the third and seventh. They Johnson singled the former pullingup and so-many more that the house W.{Isrbee.' no. 'The mot,on' was declared .
t EARL LUPFER to investigate the matter at third. walked enjoyed what was probably the largest .
madereport.. There were two routes bunched three hits around an error Gray and the carried.< Wetherbee then questioned
.sacks were loaded. Chubb the audience yet entertained there. the understand
scored If waste
suggested but the committee advised by Duke for three runs in the,third. public ,
the adoption of the which- driving Young to the Ih fers. AgainIn tying run when Adair forced Gray at There were many floral embellishments that the limit on speed .was off-and,
';f Commercial Body Admitted direct the one terminus.which the seventh Pen temporarily lost second, via Roberson to Lesley. Mose attractively placed renderingthe if this action waa not apt to result. tn -

. It Was Slothful As went more eventually accommodatethe control hitting two men. Singles- I Je, Vas I in..a. tight, but I. ) spacious interior .the better, fitted . accidents?, Sheriff Farmer':'replied J, !
for the solemn of dedicating
,.-*j residents of Kissimmee Park. Itwas Hughes and Waters with a passedball pulled himself out if a bad good pitching and excellent the house of God.. and beautiful. than who within the
To Functioning added the final three. judgment. nilleo others kept
estimated that this would
! i-s roughly the of The Home-brews rolled uo twenty The Cowpunchers won in the sev :music was rendered by a large choir; aw-:and he believed'all speed -laws .
throwing twen-
splendid luncheon was served'on< ty-five require hundred yards up of some which hits. McLean Prather Wilson and enth.) Lesley singled and went to I while a special number was given by. should to nullified., Torn Clark.mem '

Wednesday noon at the 'Chamber of would have to be covered muck with sand Duke getting three each. The fielding second when Buttorff strolled. Mc Mrs. Stanley Bullock- Ye Not ber of city undl..aids i "As I under ,", ,

t Commerce but some faces were miss- to make it stand but it believed was of the highest variety, es- Lean hit to third but Hall .threw it Oh. Israel.1 Assisting. in the services stand it the first petition was' circulated
} ing. Little business was transacted that would not ;be expensive. pecially: a nappy double killing. Pers in the general direction of the score were Rev. J. P. Hilburn.district presiding by t faction, and that the other- w,
of communications very board. Leslev scoring and Buttorff elder of the local and signed to offset It This action .
following the reading There would ,rbe accommodatedby to Robcrson to Duke in the fourth. was up
T ,-tions\ until W.. J., Steed arose and this road, even many thought it was not Pen was in his usual good form.allowing landing on third. On a,, tap'- to the Rev.this Lawler, ,a former' ministerof Is guing to play heU Jrthe coonV
tell( of what being two hits'in six'and first baseman Buttorff was aught .,
was surfaced at present, and it could even one. tyl"Commissioner '
accomplished of off the fr corner but scored Bishop Ainsworth's theme wart: McClelland then'saidIt ,.
r by the business men tually be extended to KissimmeePark third innings and turning nine men when
Eustis.who when they see that with no great back on. strikes. Young also fanned Bullock threw wild to the plate. This "The Supreme 'Value" of The Churchof was a factional fight and that the

.-t something needs to be done along any It was decided to Instruct the county three in two and two-third innings.All put the Home Brews in front. The Living God and and this he made board didn't propose' ,to settle any far, .,
forceful Instructive.
.'\ ..line, proceed at once to grab the engineer to at 6nce proceed to give the Haines City boxmen were in 8 to 1. most Wonal fightsj! '" .. t
the Loughman.threatened in both the the Deity was brought forth from The.incident,was then closed.: .
." crank-handle and (start engine authentic' figures upon the effective. -and,I received' ragged ,support ;
the earliest skil
religious history and
in high Mr. Steed's taken eighth and ninth.' but two fast dou
already gear. when the matter will be again
talk set some of the members think Box Score ble plays behind Moseley averted the fully woven, as the centuries passed =
of the Lake up.Chairman trouble. Prather to Duke the ''own to the present day were the evU INTER CITY EXPRESS
t ing seriously The plan E. L. D. Overstreet asked Kissimmee AB R H PO A E was
of the church
dences'of the Value to
.. county business bodies was ably pre permission of the board to secure Butt rff. 3d _____5 1 1 2 1 0 double killing in the eighth and Butt
. sented by the speaker, who deploredthe some workers to help on the road McLean rf ______4 4 3 2 0 0 orff to Roberson to Duke ended the everything now existent. ThroughGod .
. Kissimmee. ____ game In the last. and His Word there had been engendered WILL :PROVE BIG AID
t lack of like action in which leaves the DeWitt Alderman Gray. 2d __ ..6 2 2 031 ,
that Faith "which
'': took the floor. Said The Lumberiacks certainly wantedto passeth , .
( J. Earl Lupfer place and ruris by way of Pleasant H. Prather. 2dul 1 1 000 ," "
' h" he: Hill to the Bronson- place- south of H. Prather, 2d ___-1 1 1 0 1 0 : win the holiday games in the worst i all understanding. In every utter '
1 : "It's all right to meet here eachweek Kissimmee. The people of that section Story, c ______--6 1 2 12 0 0Wilson' way. They presented a "loaded" line. ance Bishop Ainsworth' held his hearer Truck to ,Make Daily Trips
: I and enjoy the fine luncheon that have long been promised that ; It _______6 23 100 up, which resembled a Fort Meade : > enthralled, and that his impres. KissimmeeTampa'For'Public ":*

r: '. these painstaking women arrange. some steps would be taken to relieve Roberson. ss ______5 1 1 1 2 0 team in many ways and which in- isiveneas has never been. excelled was 7
It's all right to tell what should be their distress. It appeared to be the Duke. lilt _____-__6 03 9 1 1 eluded our old friend. "Shorty Grey." I the universal opinion.At C. ;Service. 4-
done and how we'are going to do it. desire of the board to give them aid Young, p ________1 00 001 but all to no avail. Bob Bullock went I the close of his discourse N. ..
1-;' I what has this so far in the seventh to order him Bass H. W- Bratton J.- It. Gilbert, Mr d r. Kb
< .But want to ask you -but awaiting the completion of a Pen. p -.-.------_3 = .2 030 as I John H. M. Pfann and Commencing :July 10. "
Chamber of Commerce accomplished real road a small amount 9f work self to the bench in favor of another I Istr McPhatter. slmmee will have a daily, expressvice sera;.,
'. two months? NothI. 15 20 2711' : nlr r. Bob still finds the J. Wade Tucker, trustees presented which
during the past would be a great aid to them. The 47 greatest with Tampa promises to- ,
., ing. We consider too many matters- permission asked'was promptly given Haines City 'AB R H PO A E.. 'difficulty in hittinv' port-side oitchng. I the church for dedication Wade be more prompt and less) in price than..'
.i.. and then we stop. No one here can by a unanimous vote. Walters c'f _____.4 21 110 : and fanned twice before retiring Tucker making the presentation. Then the present railway-express service.. -
t w" t&Tbrone> thing this body has finished J. T. Miller, c ___8 2 0 6 0 2'' for the day., the pronouncement of dedication was Frank M. Savage who came to KUslmmee -

1 :.' during the past two months. ]Now! I Col. Hughes, 2d___0 00 000E. Box Score i delivered by Bishop Ainsworth. from New York a few-naonthi

',' have a plan that I think will work. BASEBALL FANS WHO Miller, c p 2d -.3 2' 2 I 500) Klsslmmes AB R H PO A E since and immediaely' took .membership -*.

'_ What does Kissimmee most need Waters. If'0 1 100 Buttorff,: Sd __._'.8 1 1 110 ,. QUICKLY CAPTURED with the Chamber of Commerce;
f'. ,\( That is the question.There can be a Adair. 3d p if ____4 01 320 McLean, rf ______5 00 300 has been investigating conditions tn. r ,
iP.'". lot.of replies. Let each one betweennow PREACH ON SUNDAYSPulpit Johnson rf ______5 01 200 Wilson If _______3 00 200 the way "transportation,' andhag.

\: and; next Wednesday make a list Hoover rs --____.3 01 S; 3 1 Prather.. cf ______4 0 0 2 1 0 USELESS GHECICMANHe interviewed all merchants in regard''' S ry .

of what is the most urgent luncheon Derbes. 1st _____".4 00 501 Story, c. .________4 0 0 9 1 O.. to the same. He has studied the cost
!'. bring about. Then at the Speakers Who Root Clark, p 2d ss .___4 00 101 Roberson ss _____4 01 051 of calling Tampa wholesalers by telephone

f" I let each man make his suggestion. - -- - Duke. Ib ___-,____4 01 600 -oftentimes there. being several .
i,. There will be many replies. We will Loud and Long for 35 6 7 27 .3 5 Lesley. 2d .:_.____3 21 400 Walked Right In; Gave calls charged on the one"ord '

rote on what is the most essential The Home Team Score by innings: Moseley,' p ______4 01 000 His Check; Then Walked then' the cost of transportation and
to commence with. The suggestion RHE and where bus '
thing - - - delivery-- sees a good
'.t receiving the most votes shall He Isn't "Rev. J. A. Sutton D. D. Kissimm4e __ 003 103 152-15 21 3 84 3 5 27 8 1 Right Out AgainTen iness may be created by'giving 'proper -''; u
,:- a be the thing we'll! go at and put over. when he's down for the home Haines City _. 003 000 800- 7 5 Loughman AB R II PO A E service. ;' *:

:{' 'Then we'll tatkle another--and put .team on the ball relling' ; he is.just Batteries: Young. Pen and Story; Grey, 2b ss ____8 00 330 minutes after Wednesday It is the plan of Mr. Savage'to Uava, '.
: tt over. In this way we shall accomplish He Clark. Miller. Adair Waters .and his second bad check his office. No. 10 Darllncton'annu.. ;, ,
I :' something. When the first obJect plain "Sutton. can root as loudly Miller.. Adair c---_____4 00 910 morning' a man" giving.
t' '11.-(._ is gabled. the rest will come as can Rev. Allen J. Miller pastprof Halt, rb-____.-..._4 01 Oil Fred Behren was turned over to Sheriff In this he will be in;
the Christian churc-ho never way :
d"I r. .I easier." allows ball 'to' be pulled off ,R. Johnson cf ___4 0-0 100 Farmer charged with passing two fore nine 0 dock transacting: business. !
a game' (
Every -member agreed that this was FAITH GIVING ZEST worthless checks. With, one and one-half hours devoted ..
I. on the'home grounds without his. melodious 'Battle Ib' ___--.-8 0 0 11 0 1
i 1, the most opportune suggestidn regarding The man paned a worthless cneck to filling' hie orders.,be expects
voice the
r' the way the body should function pushing along run Bullock ss _-_..T2 0 O. 0 0 1 on he..O.ceola Hardware- Companyfor to- arrive- -Kissimmee before Jare.-
ners. Then there's Rev. W. H. Dresch. SEARCH: Falker_ .2b_ ______1 DOl 0 0 nine, dollars: then '
r \ -and the plan will be carried out thePresbyterianshurehIihe IN. FOR OIL immediately o'clock and make hi. deliveries '
: D,4X..of
t T- i* forthwith. The next: -meeting-will no could steal a minute'from' his Chubb p ________3 1 2 080 :went to the Dollar' Limit bought, .a promptly. It is stated that frequentlygoods '

r ;' doubt be the beat one of the season. numerous labors away he'd hike to the W. Johnson. rf __8 0 1 000 :suit of clothes paid for them with a orderedfrom Tampa do not:

JI. Dr.schf-w. pledged himself grounds and start up that old : Cash Backing: 'Confidence e Carrie, cf ._.___8 0 1 2 0 0 check for thirty dollars himself, then in his asked.. reach Kissimmee till the second, and
F'c permission
\ W. who Here 111 Raise My *. Interpolated array purchase even the third, day; but the Intercity
That Oil Be Found
; to come again and work something with "Slide slide ,May 30 - - right then and there. This permission Express :will return the goods the'.ame '
c off the and pleasure 1 5 27 8 3. was IfI'&ntect-.nd when he
i' on body, expressing for Klssimmee's sake!": -time' Beneath-Florida I day.
'. at; being present at this time, the he was' needed. Rev. R. F.every Hodnett. : Score by innings came from the dressing; room he looked Mr. Savage has secured a ferV attractive .

i adjournment taken. of the Methodist'church has been too To show that there: is a strong be- r RHE spie-and-span. But it was noted that" speed truck for the business w
i NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS devoted to his sick. son to pay any at- lief that oil is underlying certain por I Kissimmee __u 010 000 200-3 5 1 he asked the reardoor permission and to leave then the started store --one that is rain-proof and waterproof '
tention .to sports. but it I Is believed a tions. If not all of Florida, one has by and handsomely lettered. in
Loughman _____ 001 000 000-1 5 8 Church '
: It. Patience is asked for the decision good game of cricket or croquet or on but to read the list of'wells. being north on street. became order to give Kissimmee ruche pub-,
''i1 of the judges in Misspelled Word andSlogan the tennis courts would warm up Rev. driven and of wells about to be driven Batteries: Moseley and Story; In the meantime Earl Lupfer . deity possible;'and he feels confident. -
; Chubb and'Two..bue. suspicious and u h.knew' that he can comply with every, ds'
,>,"" eonteat-bu\, assurance is L.'IL.Kirbt;, of ,the Episcopal church. throughout the state:
Persons he
into the
went store
made.ihat.the next issue of The Ga- so that bed do some rooting.' Oldsmar well No.down)< ; '2.400feeVln'Kood hitt-Mosele; wand made upon AUIW. His office will
." settawilt. contain the full report the !Incidentally might be mentionedthat formation drilled by R. double"pUya. ; Prather and Duke; Butierff. tried to look hint up. H. wasn't there. be'at the Electric Shop; and all order,
Robrsofa and Dake; left on' bas. PolicemanDrigg' r.was hurriedly located left': at- that'place the afternoon before 7
HUI.ln. ,
winners and the awardof Rev. John N. Scott 'who filled V./ HUlsboro county-j;
.,\ nam.o 4he ; -Loughmsn.. 3j Kissimmee. Bases ., and the. two hustled up Church all t 'him In early
. the ,pulpit ..t'* church Miami well down 600 feet by.Cant or riven : the
... . There was difficulty to se -
.. balls off and finally found the object oftheir..cb ;i .wlB be
off he
but the last Sunday eveving. speaking on the aotldateci,'.OUr and.Qa.Company,. la on Moseley 21| Chubb street morning before leaves _
n: curing, competent Judges- ". :4; struck '-out. -by"' oeeley8. by on' 'Main ",,street";,stillseemingly filled the same clay: His phone num.. -
\ in their,hands theme.The. Greatness* ef Dade: county.V.v: ; wber'
matUre now. .
an .' 'i.-r:: Chubb 'Umpire. Simpson. ''' J" leave the t cltr.He. ; I !.' v '.' " . >
8y :
f lf
: thesame' aN.m'-who Fort f'. well dawn ttx: i ut WOf -
2:Publishers of. Valley Gasette....... Things"A was .
;.. ...,. ..kecljf.heJiad -
was ,,
w- -J "'" ..", played with Kissimme..Ina.:. *et.vby.. .Florida ExpOr: .lilonKSyn -'* t ' Otl er, ,
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of the'':Wo by-the commissioners! on account were h aet'out of the'C several.addition to tie. Blatters outlined
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Il,.; ) , The Ku Klux KlanLA, ,Viewed By High -Autho ities-I '

K. K. K., STIRRED UP, upon entering; a strange town or city be maintained by our members. I wood. Grand Master .of'Texea' will comfort and h.pplnestakinlr him their wily advances in the proper way...
10 their Masonic affiliations served as a "Respect: for the law is enjoined attest: Let hope he will denounce -r
us them
PERIL' TO ITSELF IN out and beating him? Trampling for x>
welcome into desirable circles. upon our Initiates .. ,the first lesson "The Grand Lode of in its
Texas him under foot Mutilating him? what they really are, order them from
1 z ', ,FAKE ON MASONRY Clarke with a sharp eyeto the in Masonry and we are bound by all annual communication of December. Breaking his spirit? Making him an that house of God unless they unmask
main chance Immediately issued or- the teachings and all the
I traditions of( 1921 unanimously adopted the following outlaw A nervous wreck ? Just because their faces and..refuse to accept
) New York World June 25)) orders that all non-Masonic KJeagles our Institutions to openly and avowedly /! report of its Committee on Grand. he has exposed; certain crooked money tendered by such filthy -hands %'
:,- 1Th. fraudulent pretense by the pro. and King Klesgles be dismissed and sustain the.duly constituted administrators Officers: members of the ."Klan". or' expressed which may have lust been mutilating
:Tt '?motor of the Knights of the Ku Klux that none but Masons should) thereafter lIf 'the. law' of the land "Your"committee condemns In unmeasured his opinion regarding their organization beating and tearing some Christian
,- ( Klan that the masked order enjoy be employed in these capacities. and to discountenance mob act iyItIes" terms, any statement by ? In other words exercised his body. If minister the Gospel so
x ,j the sympathy: and support of the Masonic Under Clarke's direction new Kleafttes -. I (From the Grand Master of the ivone anywhere that Free Masonry free speech gained for us by our forefathers far forget their obligations 'to their
fraternity has created a storm were given a course of Instruc.' Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania former is in any way responsible for: associated who signed fought for. ,and God. their flock and their country and (j 1.*
: of indignation that i is1 sweeping the tion in the technique of "approach.: [ Judge Abraham 'M. Beitler, of Phila with the Ku Klux th1fl.We won the Declaration of Independence: accept money from such *t .. *t
j Masonic world from coast to coa.t. rr/d this technique was founded on the delphia, came an emphatic protest unhesitatingly declare the use of Masonry they committing .urce. '
:, and the Constitution of our United are a gross sacri.
fraudulent claim that the of the
Knights association
.4 In the light; of evidence now accumulating against of the name in an effort to build up or sustain States .of America. Do citizens lege discrediting the church of God
Masonic the Ku Klux Klan was n suoplt'men-I lof Masonry with the name and the Klan you
in lodge. in or otbr
l every purposes any organisa of Kissimmee and all 100% Americans for the mere sake of money and goodwill
4 I : state where the Klan has attempted tary organization to Masonry; it em- of the Invisible .Emplre. tlon is a Masonic' offense and shouldbe who are not members of the 'K. of a body of masked outlaws
braced statement chat ii 'I No '
Masoniy Right to Link Name '"
to JoaeIyteon the strength of thi severely dealt with!
: which flourish
K. K. do in their in state
and not participate our and
claim this.-country., must. move with a_cautious \-! Judge Beitler wired '
,: to the l'ea1tyf1tfallonry itill'po.slble I I ; _"When.the Kleagles first_started in .
activities country.A
know that
sten end that. the Kan! :. does teach some your
that every Klan Cyclops. Gob- was organized "Masonry not hatred of Texas they laid claim to Masonic connections : Influen- warning to all well.meaning "
most business meal
:, un. KinK Kleagle and Klcsgle who i Ii2t to take u.ohprC! Majcnry race creed or color. Its members are I but have ceased doing: so I tial citizens have been men duped, into Do not believe the smooth lies; that
( a member of a Masonic lodge may be could not perform. I taught obedience to the laws of the for'many' months. The Ku' Klux haM the organization of the Ku Klux
joining organization. Klan .
or -
Invaded Masons' Rooms state and nation. The approving
expelled. Grand Masters of Mason Klan has not absolutely no connection with us. It '
,, : of several 1 states have not hesitatec The charge that the Klan agents the slightest right to link its name is not a part of it. nor is it encouragedby of it for the reason that said organization : advance their to organization you as an inducement to *
to declare to their membership that have "invaded" the very lodge in ms with Masonry which is not in accord Masonry in Texall claims to be 100% American -i join because Qnce
; I in is
of to f mi"wbfrrhlp with either and upholds laws and order you are it it next to Impossible
any Mason joining the Klan thereby Mas'iiry proselyte >r -: the aims or the) methods
commits an un-Masonic act and places - and create ')>e pub* c Impression : of the Klan." SOME FACTS REGARDINGTHE But not all of them thank God. Are to withdraw. Rfmember that you
l:i ,; his right to membership In Masonry that Masonry is behind the masked I' In Arkansas where the Klan ha KU KLUX KLAN you aware that the Klan is one million are breaking the law of 'your country I/.
..- : in jeopardy. As was pointed out terror is made in a telegram to the been charged with a number of cowardly Their activities throughout the strong in the United States? Do when you appear In public with a
'( the you not see the menace in this unholy masked face; still, they do so. Why?
k by Masons yesterday the expulsion World by Samuel Edgerton Burge. midnight attacks upon negroes, country; reputation that their
v i., penalty might be imposed on Klan of. Grand Master of the Grand Lodge oi Masonry is facing the issue squarely depredations have cast upon 'Kissimmee. organization which does nothing in I I Some states have woke up. and when .
; California. the the open believes in taking the law are we going to wake up? When thc.a'
,I flclals on two c.harpes.-that: of membership according to reply of Leonidas
,: ) in the )Cu Klux conspiracy and In that state less than two months Kirby. Grand Master of the Grand An idea as to their membership in into their own hands getting such a I Klan first organizes in a town they try
c 100 hooded I Kissimmee the of their strong foothold in- our country and to induce the public officials to join
fraudulent use of Masonic member: ago Klansmen all attempted Lodge of tbjft state who telegraphed: ; purpose or.
: : ship to promote a criminal and anti. I ; to "regulate" an alleged il-1 I "Free Masonry is not sponsor for, ganization as a whole our community Many menare not I' Why TV Simply because when then
l& American organization. licit winemaker. One of them a constable nor in any way connected: with the Klssimmee has always been popular duped into/ Joining the Klan; they I the public Officials join the K. K. K,
( ? Grand Masters Denounce It as it happened was killed whena Ku Klux Klan. Our lodges are not among tourists, being beautifully know what the real purpose of the organization : their hands are tied. If an officer ill
; Upon the warnings non-Klan constable appeared on the allowed to grant the use of their halls situated and one of the most health- is. Some join it for pro. ': a Klansman, another Klansman can
IL-, against the Klan by Grand Muter scene and:! dispersed the night-riding for Ku Klux meetings. Any Masonin ful localities in the state and always tectjon\ knowing that law-enforcers ] reveal to him, in thq solemn bonds-of
J Prince of the Massachusetts Grand mob by emptying his revolver into it. our jurisdiction who represents extends welconle to newcomers j or supposed enforcers who ere also klansmanship, that he is a thief, a
; Jr.11' Lodge. and Grand Master Wilder off The Grand Goblin of the Pacific coast Masonry as being associated with the making them feel as much at home as members of the Klan cannot appre-1 bootlegger, a highway robber, a'bank:
Connecticut. the World called upon domain W. S. Coburn. former Atlanta Ku': Klux Klan is liable to 'Masonic possible. Then in the past few months hend and nrosecute tht'm and breaker or a murderer and the officer .
the Grand Masters of'other states for attorney and violent anti-Catholic. unler discipline!! for placing Masonry in a what has hannened to harm' -th. rpmi. I I jcrod their'oath as Klansmon. Others I'i canndt apprehend him and keep '
: 'J expression of opinions regarding the indictment with forty-two other false light." tation of Kissimmee, as a t: ul'lst'city, join it for commercial purposes. | steadfast to his own oath of klansman
; masked terror and its faked intimacy Klan officials and members in connection I OhIoan Equally Determinedi and a law-abiding community? I Where will it end if a atop is not: put I ship. Do you see the menace? Our
," with the Masonic fraternity. with the killing. and now unlerstoo'i !-i \ Masons of Ohio are equally Ieteimined A series of crimes have been committed "| to their activities? Are you aware banks have been broken our poor
J. The first reply that of Supreme to be a fugitive has paraded to bar out any fact or cir. by a body of men reputed tobe i that the organization I if commercial people, widows and orphans, who
Court Justice Arthur, S. Tompkins, his Masonic affiliations up and down cumstance which might link the fraternity members of an organization called I I I Do you know that they select members I have entrusted their money to men
:/ Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of hp'! coast since he took charge there with the motives and acts of the Ku Klux Klan which shocked and only who have a regular income or in these trusted positions have been
New York, with a membership of last summer. the Kluxers. Frank M. Ransbottom. disgusted every decent sensibility I who are wealthy?. Do you know that made destitute. Crooked real estate
;; 272.000 was published in the Worldon Another Goblin who has made much) Grand Master of.that state wired the ossessed by every true American :I in the local Klan that upon becoming men have crooked humble people out
last Monday morning. Up to this of the Masonry fake and who is himself World from Zanesville: citizen in the community. A body of I a member you are required to pay of their little all; no one of these have
e ;, time the World is in receipt bf responses a Mason; is George S. Kimbro. "The Grand Lodge of Ohio does not men, 30 or 40 strong their counte- I I $16.50 That fact in. impressed upon been published. Why? Which ones
'V '. from the Grand Masters of rand Goblin for the Domain of the recognize the Ku Klux Klan nor does nances hidden by a white sheet carrying I I you very strongly. In some localities are the most detrimental to our com
twenty-one other states north southeast Southwest with headquarters at it permit them to meet in their temples deadly weapons in their hands I the initiation fee is as high us $200. munity-these men whom you have.
t '; and west. Of these nineteen de Hou.ton. Texas. He is more responsible -- or lodge rooms. The avowed paraded upon our beautiful thorough- Where does all this money go? $6.50 to do business with and trust or
clare themselves vehemently opposed than any other with the single principles of the Klan are in violationof fare, commanding some of our well- !. of it is for the white cotton sheet those poor unfortunates so lately
to Ku Kluxism and denounce the Klan xceptions of Clarke Simmons and Masonic law and teachings. Ma. meaning citizens who were either gong which hide his face from honest men; beaten by the Klan whom we maYor
,. '. attempt to associate a murderous record Mrs. Elizabeth Tyler the Ku Klux sonry will always be found opposed home, or for a pleasure ride, to (It costs probably 65c) the balance may not deal with as we like? Then
J :" with the name of Masonry.K Smpress, for the murders. floggings to any organization that advocates park their c.n. commanding them to roes to His Excellency the Imperial does the Klan stand for a better community -
.\ the two exceptions to this rule burnings Banishments} and other midnight taking the law into its own hands." I do so at the point of a gun. Three I i Wizard the Honorable Emperor. Wil. ? It does not look like It.
.' one. the Grand Master of Missouri horrors which are terrorizing Unqualified condemnation of the citizens, who were driving cars, with I, liam Simmons of The Invisible Empire SOME FACTS ABOUT TilE HOME
I W. Edward Raffety. excused himself Texas. Klan and all| its works is expressed i the required license that permitted I, which exists within the boundaryof PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATIONWe
became of pressure' of business. and Candidate's Ruse by Elmer E. Beach Grand Master of them to drive on our thoroughfare I, our free United States of America as an association, have never
the other Arthur Potterton. 'GrandMaster In that state. Robert L. Henry for Illinois who wired from Chicago: were forced to give the right of way which was fought for by your and committed any act against the law of
of New Jersey expressed reluctance mer congressman and candidate for "The Ku Klux Klan is connected in |I to a body of masked outlaws, who had I my forefathers. Citizens and Amer our country. We caution our members -
to commit himself "becauseof 2ulberson's seat in the senate, is wagIng no way with Masonry or the Grand ,obtained a permit to parade in our leans do we want: ANY empiremuchless not to agitate trouble to never
4 an absolute lack of knowledge of a campaign as the Ku Klux cham- Lodge: of Masons in Illinois or so far | city. How did they obtain this per_ I an invisible one. to exist withincur start arguments of any kind regard..
: the organization in question." l'Iion and in almost every speech he as I know in any state. The Grand mit? Citizens of Kissimmee. true boundaries? NO! Decidedly Not! ing the Klan unless forced to do so to
K. K. K. Faces Peril links the name of Masonry with that Lodge of Illinois and all Masons un- | Americans as a whole is such an organization I, How long are you going to clasp this clear the name of our organization ..
Not since the investigation of the of the Klan. except that Mr Henry qualifiedly condemn any organizationwhich as this wanted within our' viper to your bosom ? Are you going: that may have been circulated about ..
)# "Invisible Empire" last October by himself a Mason declares the virtues. assumes the right or authorityto city? Think! Search the innermost to remain) passive until he raises his. it. The statement made in the Ga.
,: the Rules Committee of the house oft of> Klanishness to transcend those of, try alleged offenders against its recesses of your minds and hearts; do filthy head and strikea at the heart of zette that we were all armed, is
representatives at Washington have Masonry and even those of his church rules regulations, opinions or you as an American citizen a law- all that you hold sacred and holy or fa IlK'V... have forbidden any members -
the Klan leaders faced a problem so the Methodist. dices or to punish sudh proju'l abiding citizen of Kissimmee. a taxpayer are :you going to put your heel on the to have weapons on their person
.i; fraught with peril to them and their Few Masonic in the United any other wavs than those prpvided electing officials to enforce the filthy, poisonous reptile the Ku Klux in our meetings, our roll call is free
4 designs as the organized official enmity tales have been more outspoken in by the laws of the land. I' I law, paying taxes to support them; Klan. and exterminate it as a poisonous and open to all. It is rumored thatwe
'. of the1 Masonic fraternity pf the their denunciation of the Klan and its "Primarily. Masons are law-abid. 'do you need a body of masked men. '. thing? have the "riff-raff of Kissimmes
: .United States; with a membership of lawlessness than Grand Master Burke ing citizens and Masonry condemn two-score strong, to dictate to you I Take it for granted that the recent in our membership. We deny that. .
i 2,500.000 citizens includftig leaders of California. In response to the t any usurpation of the processes authority what you shall do. and what you shall (!crimes, committed by the Klanin Thev>all belong to the Klan. We are
in every .avenue. of American life and World's request for a statement onthe and power of the courts to not do? If so, what do you pay taxes to Kissimmee, were pe'petrated positive that our members acting as
.. --- I maintain courts and against certain individuals who have members of the Home Protective Association
activity. Klan's faked Masonic relationship punish offenders, and is unalterably. your for public.
; ..The) ,current antl-Kut' Klux storm Grand Master Burke sent the following opposed to any organization assuming, officials! who are sworn to enforce the violated some man-made law, or law have done no vicious wrongto
broke when Grand Master Prince of telegram: such unlawful authority." written law? In a recent notice published j, of God. do you not maintain courts to I any man in our community or elsewhere. .
)(....chu.etb..I..ued a circular letter "It is not my purpose or desire to Says Trkk Should be Spurned in the Kissimmee ValieyGa-!'punish these offenders?! Do you sup- We stand for a better community
4.':. to every lodge in that state directing Interfere with the affairs of another George C. Williams Grand Masterof zette by an authorized. deputation of I I pose for one instant that even if they ; to get such we do not jto
. that no Masonic property be organization nor to indicate to Masons Delaware telegraphed the World the K..K. K.:, they state that theyare i were to< escape punishment in our about under the cover of night with .\.,..,
rented for Klan purposes and char what societies they should join or not I from Wilmington t all one hundred percent AmencanB.1Ilnd i(I courts that they would escape justice our faces masked, and maltreat perp: -'
ing. Klan Kleagles. salesmen with Join. Men may lawfully organize a "The Ku Klux Klan-is' no part of stand for law and order. How before that Almighty Judge our God i sons 'who are wrong-doers or who do
misrepresenting Masonry! a* the society which makes it prerequisite I the Masonic fraternity Any attempton such a statement can be made, in the and our Saviour Do not the Scriptures I not agree with us. Wo' want to see "
,i friend of the .masked knight. that each member shall have his head i the part of its promoters to connectit face of the evidence against them says "Vengeance: is mine, naith 1 our courts administer justice. We j
: <*>-*(Since then" no word of denial. of domed with red hair or that each with Masonry, either in its originor scunils! fishy to-every man who considers .. the Lord." "Judge not." "Let he that want to see an ordinance passed 'prohibiting , .$
p the eharcea' na.'been.heard from the member shall have been born in America I. purpose should be spurned by the their recent activities here The'is without sin cast the first stone." parading of the K. K. K. 'for- "
r Imperial Anile at Atlanta, now, pre- or any other restriction that public in general and flatly denied by very act of parading or meeting in You..who are the citizens and the now and evermore in Kissimmee. S> .; ,
aide over by E.'Y. Clarke. Vice imperial may be mutually agreed: upon. all Masons." --- their disguise. is prohibited by the, Christians 'what do you think when much of our aim locally' ; but we intend -
.Wizard since the enforced vacation His Duty to "Call a Halt- I From Hillsboro N. C.. in a section laws of our country. It Is time that you read of a body of masked men to persist in our efforts to sup
of,Wizard William Joseph SimThen. But when men organize for the where the Klan is reputed to be very this law was enforced. Their beating entering a church of God. their coun- press the K. K. K. as long as that
.. avowed purpose of usurping the pro- strong. the World received the following whipping ind mutilating persons is tenances hidden by a ghoulish mask, nasty organization exists. We can
. .' Had M..... a-* Salesmen ceases of the courts of the land, and telegram from James H. positively against the law. Does not the countenance that God gave them keep the good game up. There are
., lie was. himself, however the while professing intense loyalty tothe Webb. Grand Master of that state: this prove that they are law-breakers in likeness to Himself and hand the others who will follow our good example
,t ""Wtorld\ baa learned. responsible for the government do commit overt acts !I I "Masonry upholds constitutional instead of law-upholders Are they minister of God money. and depart and have done so in many places.
;-adopttonofthe; Masonic fake as the with hooded heads and in addition law and order. Consequently Ku one hundred percent Americans? Do ing? What do you think of such a True American we solicit your memo
:keystone 'of the "approach" to pros invade our lodge rooms for the purpose Kluxism could not be considered. much you. as a one hundred percent American I performance? WIe know that this bership. There are not fees, no dues;
fr pective..Klansmen.. .>. of proselyting for membership less supported.." SEven approve of a body of masked outlaws :I money is given to get into the good just bring with you a determinationto
.' In a conference early In 1021' between thus giving the general public to be- I -in- Texas...where the Klan has invading the sanctity of a mane graces; of the minister, and in hopes I see an end put to the nefarious
4(' Clark and a group of Goblins lieve the Masons and Masonry may be split the state and is making a 'des home in the dark hours of the night he will get the approval of his flock I activities and existence of the K. K. '
J .r district: managers it developed that responsible for such organization, perate bid for control of the affairs of disguised their countenances hidden for this outlaw organization. Let us K. We meet at the Fair Grounds every -
: 'i several Goblins and Kleaglei who happened then I. as Grand Master deem it my government the Masonic fraternity by a mask resembling. a'ghoul,,an hideous hope this occurrence will never take Thursday evening at 8:30.: as we
to be Masons had been more duty to call a halt and to commit our stands firm in its abhorrence of the apparition taking a man. or any I place in any place of worship) in Kis- have not as yet been able to obtauV
I successful: ,as membership peddler. lodges to the doctrine that law and masked Knights as the following tele / member of his family from his own gimmee, and that if it does let us a hall .in Klsaimmee.
than.their.fellows for the reason that ,the orderly conduct of society must gram from D. F. Johnson. of Brown home his only sanctuary of peace. hope the minister of God will meetN .come with us. for our mutual good.

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; PAVEMENTs SHOULD BE looked at him like a fool. Whoever much of its value. It must be h.rd. lows." I I base happens to be of the rigid kind WILL PRESERVE NAMES

.)', BUILT'.SO .THEY'D BEND heard of pavement bending I but not brittle; smooth but not slick; lie didn't notice my open mouth it may crack. but the surface won't. OF TilE SOLDIER DEAD
"" suspected that, seeing' I'was a layman tough. but not rough; flexible, not and kept right on. Your- bricks are hard tough and
,, : WITHOUTBREAKING_ he was trying to spoof me. Well rigid; water-proof not porous." "Old SoJ gets in his licks, too.' His I I smooth, and your filler waterproofand LoUisville Kentucky_The names
of soldier dead from various states of
:% ByLaymani he couldn't fool me. MIe picked 'up a paving brick and heat expands pavements and cold flexible. There you have"all five the Union will be buried in Mammoth
: I.stood by the sida of the road and "Bend Ha, ha," I laughed. "That'sa shoving it under my nose in a manner contracts: them. If there is no 'give' characteristics. Do you see? Cavenear Glasgow. by the
workmen that made back he continued and 'take' crack I smile weakly and thanked him. Kentucky
watched some sweating > pour good one. me step : they simply) must Kentucky American Legion. It will
,I- sticky substance In the cracks He looked! down at me pityingly "See this brick It Is hard smooth and crumble away. So, what you need place a monument in the a) the
J between the newly laid brick, in the started to turn away as if in disgust tough and won't absorb water. That Is a pavement that will cling to mother The cottage where George Pullman base of which will be a sealed stone
*"'IPdt. : t wondered1 what it was and then, evidently thinking there still stuff they're pouring in the cracks Is earth like a sweat blanKet. only it d-earned of sleeping!: in comfort while box containing the names of the dead.
c and why it was used.. This gave me was hop of saving me from total ignorance asphalt filler. When you're all done must be hard smooth,' tough and wa. traveling still stand* in the shadow of
.s ''an excuse for opening. conversation tried again. He was a busy: your pavement is hard smooth terproof. That filler makes the pavement the Rockies near Denver. I The Classified Columns of The
(y .of. ,with the engineer,on the job. man and said a lot in a few words. 'tough waters-proof and flexible. It waterproof and flexible. If the shoes. Gazette give splendid service. **it
!." "..- must be built to bend "A pavement must have five characteristics will bend when it has to.", .
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'without. breaking/ was ais terM re- : and if any one is absent Ouch! There was that "bend" I --- .
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? ,t.;; the pavement has lost just thatf f .
: /.- :. again. Was he kidding me ? Remembering .\
: my father's advice in early "
'_ : \ .. life to always "ask questions," I
L v :: salt water if ealll7tg "I don't quite understand that bend-
you f ing business I said. "I never sawa SWF1t
L ; Com. to pavement bend." ..
; 'You've seen :pavements crackifi: :

On, -l..4. {}ufcjt '" haven't you he asked. I said thatI =,WIii "
.: had, and he Informed me that the i IKTBOOUCCTOYOUTM6
Clearwater's Beaches offer you a mOlt attractive place for I cracking often was due to the pave. ;:

1 ; I 'yoursummer outing where you can enjoy salt water surf bathing I ment's rigidity and refusal to bend. F1NKLC TAMIL:
"Old Mother Earth's surfaceisn't :
.. '' ,in the Gulf of Mexico. Modern and commodious bath houses I' still for a moment and I'm not referring I .,:' WHICH MAC
&; amusement pavilions; fish dinners, dancing I I /V3V60OUR INTO
., j. boating and above all, good motor roads direct to the Beach. moving around* the sun either. The : 'AUTOCAc1'f' 1t : Of THC HOME Of PINKLB. -

.4, 0", 'The 'beautiful Clearwater Beach Hotel mod 'rn in every detail ground right under your feet is movIng AlCKSHBOftHOOO s I __

and appointment is o, *n the ;year 'round. Available cottages this very second expanding with 1.J t'
moisture it dries
or contracting as
: -!"":' '' In spending) ;you' vacation at this world-famed resort. out. You've seen sponge swell up. I sarow C l4 woo Sr

; :", l' ,you ,neea :not be taken away, from your chopping habits, asClearwater'a Also you've seen cracks in the clay '

I. shops are second to none. Band Concerts are given soil when it has dried out after aain. # .

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'" JSteve er fireplace?' After 'luncheon at'' one o'clock i: runabout 1,1 GOSSIP AND'.CO5S1PER3 " i

I should imagine that the groceryat the links a while chasing that I _' h. "
\ : TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK Saint Augustine that Is "FullerWood" darned little balL You know\ it's plum amasln' the
4.\ might be 'bothersome .At four sit on the yerendi and drink harm that'.done b\this 'world byoe-
in which to wander erroun and Dickout tea. read a book, and gossip a bit., sips.. II1I11'cog y.f.
' r 87- THORN the groceries one was told to sAt Yen.thirtY'e.t dinner in The's, mean, undermlnfn folks thatcan ; .

i.. I bring home for dinner. Fuber bargains lace or beaded georgette gown, ; 41 hardly talk to you long withoutslanderin'
I'd larest"ould look betterin go autoing or to a dance. somebody sight better"nthey
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r'O. of these nMda. '' .
1 Rode Everyone thing s --- are.I' dont take much ties : yY
" %Becoming Particular I I Ticks Cowback displayadvertis'nf. I They pains
the Lakeland Star calls 'em "rear I W. mortals, have to swat the fly different of garb.Think old dad!;"' I to. ret,sakes straight, either. But

fl lights. Wha'smatterT Isn't "tail1lights" From morn till dewey dark Rings la New Spelling Get "poor six-fifteen..Rake the land's People soon find 'em

}, highclass. enough Because Noth didn't swat the two Says the Fort',Myers Kewsi tip at breakfast is ready up after out an', nobody believes what they
<.. I That,roosted in the ark. A kiss Is a reciprocal co-adh wing say.
'' his
out of nightie v
: : : They Really Have' To ''-Saint Augustine Record. slon of four llabilfsed lips..-Kls- which lacks slipped three buttons l Into a, Then there's the bunch that gossipsfer
fti- ',Now the men are dubbing them. Those files did not "roost in the ark'* /, Immee Valley Gazette. Palmbeech suit which needs .pressing. the fun of It. They carry on a lot

&', selves the "fair sex," merely because If K/Shem would have whacked 'em; / Go ahead.. But if I lived where .!At seven-thirty hustles down to of merry chatter an* it's mighty en .. .
'f,' they are so "fair" to the opposite sex. They were close friends of the elefant Vou do. and had someone to kis I work in the same clothes planning I! tertainin' sit an' listen to 'em awhile

', '.A:.;. Silly. 'Isn't it I The men don't do it And in his trunk he r packed 'em! rime "I'd be willing to stay where he Is going to get the kale to now an' then. v" I
f. v" because they wish to-but because '" # right there where you live all pay the second installment on that I But somehow you' leave "em with a

they have to. ,Amen. Which Is Far Which the time.' cord tire. had taste in your mout1r.fe.r! you feel .
,. F I The West Palm Bead\Sun says that Well c'm'on! Annie.,.. there is "At noon' he hustles' 'into one 'of that'the gossip wonldn t a' sounded '1

'i It's Time v They bid the members of the W. C. T. U. of ever room. for one more-like an omni those "eye-it-a.nd-'grab-it", foundries so good to certain folks. if they .coulda' .10 ,
Says the Saint Augustine Record that city are engaged; in making bus. tossing half dollar to see if he'llgive heard it. ;

4' ,. '"Mr. and Mrs. ,Blank are to move in "Sunshine Bags." If this Is purelyfor *> it alto the slip puncher or makea Again maybe it's some .o' yer own : .

,thdr- ew-bunplow.etcO- really a philanthropic purpose- I supposeit's Sings Luta.. of..Clearwalerj fifty-fifty split-with. himself. frien's that come to, you" a-repeatin 'They:'are ..G00DITHINKS ,
.I' ...... glad: they are going; to move it In- al right; but from pecuniary I do not care for Kentucky brew- At twelve-thirty after banking his talk about you that wuin't meant togo
;,. \" it's been out there long enough. When point of view I feel assured there'd be Nor yearn for Virginia Dare fodder and holding it down with three any' further. -
,:' .they cct it moved in what's the mat; more money returns if those folks I never hunt for Ribbons of Blue- glasses of ice water,he hikes back to They: don't seem to think o' the ','
\';' ter with.their moving; into itT I would switch off and make up a couple" And for Scotch I do not care; his Job-still wearing those same'old heart-ache they. bring you-jus' seem YOUNG COMRADES,
t I. *' of gross of "moonshine carriers. Walker think is bent their
And Johnnie I apia duds. on provin great frlen'ship WILL PROMOTE LOT LIndlanapollaNation.J'
!. More .Halg-More Pep I cue. At four he sits ,and inhales a cig to you by showin somebody else up
I.- Saint Petersburg Times:. Making a New Record I'm against the stuff from the arette'and wonders hown thunder he as a, hypocrite. Commander
f:, ..;-'I' Meld Marshal Hair; will re-en- I The Bartow Record tells wheel of an accident Rhine; is going to get the electric light bill, Of course they do c It because they'reso Hanford MacNMer.;:'of the 'American ,

: ter the-liquor bu.lne.\ according where "the have rear been bunted acci-- Nor am I strong for old Haig and the water bill, the repair bill,' andYowellDrews anxious to be counted yer best Legion .has tentatively -accepted1 :ah '
that must
will and an
\ to news dispatches. Now It .
Haig bill paid on the first- friend. It mako* me plum' sick to be
I 1, be Half and Haig and Haig. dent unrivalled in the chronicles of 111 take Clear Water for mine. he- really should have another pair of treated that-a-way,and I alters thinks Invitation to peak before the national
j t Mebbe it will be like Four Roses auto-history. Sometimes a huge fly I ..of the' Grand r Army
: 4. have wheelon trousers for his one pair needs press to myself: "A dog; that'll I bring 'abonell encampment
fr ; with one Rose shy. wheel Ford will burst-but"bursted"to is a Let *Em Go To H ing-and then sighs-and goes to his carry one." But some times they the Republic to. be'held In Des Moines -
truck going
a After half-century of fighting in work. 'I the dearest frien's.. '
a ;; part during the'week'of' September 24. In
,i'1; Or Even Mincemeat some. Qulen sabe. A tire wheel blow may"dish" Ireland Arthur Griffith has made the At six he goes home to listen'to the I:I But let me tell you, the folks that I his.invitation to Commander MacNi-,
Here's grief and tears for young or break., or a may astonishing assertion that "the only collatedby do the '
; flat "bursted' current events of the day as mos harm a-gossipin' are good der. Lewis S. Filcher commander-ln-
out but to get seems
,." Pete MeQuade or ; is to fight it out." I made that other members of his takes Christian that into the I
he afraid almost a miracle!II way ; family; people get chief of the G. ,A. R.. says: "Let. me; ;
boasted :
Who was
i never
; statement ago-.but. no one ever o' those Christmas habit thmkin' out loud. I
years one cigars goes uv They generally
I I I assure that the veterans of the
si't> A train was' to the of Pinkerton took the trouble to cable it overseas. out on the porch and hears how other tell the truth as far'as it goes ; Grand,Army appreciate highly" the
4 L.' Pete stepped on gas- Worthy a It I. the only satisfying solution; kill men support their families in the style -they get yer faults, an' leave outyer :
.1C\1elandPla1n.Dw.u- sentiments of by
.: Says the < : regard expressed dtheir'
finer than
; And was chewed up marmalade off each-other like the-famous-cats of accustomed-
to' been virtues.An' that 'a no fair as :, '
'. Hatfield's body was chained to young comrades,Jn:the crest
: isle the folks there enjoyit "
that green ; i with accentuation on the "cuss. the children ;
I crossties when found. His arms say.An' war. In, a special degree we look upon
I as do miners in Illinois; then the I (Poor old dad! He has three hundred peak in' of ehlldren-do
bound and you the
and them In
feet were securely as successors
Well. Did Yea Ever
their fall
do plowing
medicine advertisement the ties heavily weighted, With survivors can I' and twelve days a year..butdarned remember about thirty years ago. lag the highest spirit of patriotism In
And now I've a and send over to America for a mess if of 'em fit him.
any really when went to school out I i
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chains which leads the authorities you away the in the' to
; which tells of a man who of ""relief funds" That'll !be the best country years come.
In the ? One day when the
I to believe Hatfield was murdered country
? "had hay fever for Gee. '
. ? thought it disappeared years every time the and the body submerged to way all 'round.* * WHY NEWSPAPERS FAIL teacher wean t a-lookln' you drew a' REVERED LILLIAN. RUSSELL '
iconceal the crime.If picture uv Jane Perkins on yer slate
\ lawn mowed-or when all the
lie's fferomlng Interested I've noticed that the folks 'Penn.YlnnlaJ-A\'lCIu.tI4
those fellows hadn't been Just .n' held it up so she eould see It. My, "
w k 't, grass widows went on their summer awful smart 111 bet that most folks Queries the Tampa Tribune: Always decrying: a newspaper, how mad she got! She drew one uv of her comrades bf the, American Legion .
'\ ;. vacations! The Kissimmea Valley Gazette An' savin': Nothing in it!* fired a last volley over the
would have thought that Hatf ield. was you an from that you got to makin'faces grave
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says a kiss is the reciprocal cohesion "Nobody reads the rag anyway!" of Lillian Russell world famous .
born that and was merely goingto at each other till the teacher
;r; "I All** Samee Ling Lardnerk way of four "labialized" lips. And all that sort of stuff, I tar, her,burial in Pittsburg. By
., Wonder who is writing locals on a candy-pulling: when he fell off caught up with you an' kept you bothIn
; Wonder what other kind of lips
Are the very first people official warrant; in' the world 'was',
Of didntstay
: the Orlando Sentinel Here is a clever the bridge. Yassum. Thorn's town I IYassuml recess. course you
!,t .,- specimen referring to a restaurantthat they have in Everyone wonders until To send some of their friendsTo mad long. They nex' day you'd Miss Russell held the rating of 'gunnery -.
the office
; "has received a large refrigerator S7mp.th7-Not FeelingSays arrive here. I fear the astute same newspaper forgot all about it. sergeant t
they When into court
they get
, which has been placed in this con- an editorial filler\ in the Tampa editor of the Tribune thought I With to "please Well it seems to me that: gossipsare "WILL NOT PRAY" J'''
a request suppress"All
cern and will be used to hold food Tribune: meant "flabllized"but I didn't. He mention of rottenness!" kinder".that-a-way. They spec .. ...* "
material such as pies, meats and etc." It distresses us to see Thorn should take a day offs some Wednesday Ain't it the truth my their time drawln' ugly pictures uv C. F,.Tyson is now:in the employ of
It I. a novelty to have a refrigeratorfor ; and Lee. and Fitzgerald and Sel- rap and fret a C Chamber Commerce You can safely it is. you an* showin' 'em all around. When Salerno as a deputy marshal.-hi. services
_, the purpose of "holding food ma- lers and Naugle. and a few other luncheon on (or off) me and And while those wager same friends you find it out !it makes you so hop- being that of traffic cop.. He- U
terial"--as so many use that articleof Florida editors taking so learn of the advantages of iCissimtnee. Will admit the offense named pin' mad you hurry up an' draw an, also in the employ of'the town of Stu--,
storehouse for kindling much interest in McCormick operation uglier picture o' them or else maybe
furniture -
as a .
I thank you. And "it should be told"- I art.' Mr. Tyson la man'of, experience
knitting; needles electric heaters as it indicates they havea And say even add with a wink. you coil up in yer shell an' say fou"lljus. in this line of work and will.not.

diamond broaches silk hose can- fellow the for"distress"Harold1Referring felt by' Both of 'Em Crawled "He sure didn't get any more let such gossips alone. But you pray on the public but will, enforce ordlnances
openers l. cockroaches soothing syrup to Says the Orlando Sentinel "Than coming to him"- feel hurt an' lonesome an' you don'tget for the protection of..others.
was .
ribbons casseroles, automobile the Tribune man was it Shakespeare it Grown folks don't
,.. typewriter The big press developed trou- They'll add: "Wlhat's the use over soon. -West Palm Beach Post.
camisoles and the who said: children. i .
tubes morning and ferget like \ :
,,' r like. But Bo long as this one is to "There can I sit alone unseen of any. ble Pressman early Sunday Land after crawling "Of telling; what we all know? If you ever noticed people don't .

,; hold' "pies meats, and etc.."I feel confident "And to the nightingale's corapliinin around to diagnose the trouble What's the use of anything gossip about anybody right before his I .
\ "the concern" will make a notes discovered a huge gopher whichno own >folks. Whether It'. so or not,
.,', e- success of its latest investment. I "Tune my" distresses and record my doubt was responsible for the Why tell of a "splendid! wedding" it wouldn't Bet well with them 'at ..Tor four Summer.Breezes *,

r t thank you. 'woes. I breakdown.To When everyone"is aware loves him. .
{b.t (. which might be added: The woman and the man married? When you love anybody you rejoice .J1lcali n. 4- I
,' When vou gopher a gopher that's ina What's the use of asserting: ; in their virtues an' grieve over their
: big press \ "The children gave a fine show faults. You pray for 'em an' throwa
\ L I The gopher will gopher some means "In the Casino last evening." mantle o' charity over 'em, an' % UPd. ;
of egress; When all who were interested you're alters on the lookout for a "Jl.

' Each gopher you gopher; with punch Were present and saw it? chance to help 'em. You feel a sight ..... -
and excess > What's the use of publishing"The nearer to anybody that speaks well ieiC
; Fords Will gopher to ruin you; use some bishop is a very fine man." of 'em, an' you can't help feelin' of- 'Whirs u)f

caress. When everyone with a bit of sense fended when a body goes to runnin' : Blo,' ,
: Knows that if he was ]lacking 'em down in your hearinV .. -

; Oh. Girl Usaenl! I In any needed qualification' Now I'm thinkin if we felt that
i.' J UNIVERSAL TRACTOR Read an editorial written by the. The blsh couldn't hold his Job? I way about everybody there wouldn'tbe ( ERDtJcEP4rallroait :

'Jkrtr liter of the.....Inverness Chronicle What's the use of ejaculating: t so much gossippin' a-goin' on. .An
after he'J been snubbed by sums sweet "Let us try to eliminate Christians ort to feel jus'.that way

';' . ,A' r.2 f to sub-deb, : ; ,\ "The mosquitoes in all Florida?" to one another, for it,was their Lord ang
., ... One day last week we saw That expression may cause somebodyTo and. Master who said: "Little children ;

',' N .1 somebody's little dear on the think that there and here love one another." RATE r.>
.. street with a six-pound bag; of) A mosquito may be found; B, S. C.
P '" .. Whereas Wat n'. Skeeter.KillerHas ... V '
'. ::11; ,. :flour smeared on her nose and. ? ii i i -.. _* >
I ,. about a gallon of barn paint on destroyed every single mosquitoThus The petition of Lady Rhondda-to ...... "
'0 her face. She looked worse than far found in ICissimmee sit in the House ,of ,Lords has been Best Beaches'
i the devil coming; out of a brush And many of the married ones! granted by the committee on privileges BatliTna
pile but doubtless the poor simpleminded What's the use of writing: ? of the House of Lords, She is a '... mFlorida.: -
"Bill Doodad's is acknowledged"To i
little thing thoughtthe ( alley '
: member of the directorates of 86 companies -
people were fools enough to be the dirtiest in Kiasimmee'And and chairman of several of CHAMBER-FCOMMERCE' I
think she was pretty. sadly needs cleanlngT"It the boards and will be the first womanto
\ Things are getting serious in In- might; hurt Doodad's feelings. alt in the Upper House of the British Jlertttiitf l tiafanatrOpkaIiaiFL9qEj

.f 1 xd verness. The only successful papers Parliament. .. .
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\ Are those which publish facts
He Sure Was )Mean .. '
About each and all
'ItI \ : Says the Saint Petersburg columnist Times: Regardless of whom occurrences.those facts '
And old
now a
I Hay hit or may include:
r intimates shrdletaoshrdl pub dlu
'" All that's considered necessary
that "optimsits" are
\ j.' Is that they shall be facts. !
individuals who the
", .. those support
tlt [institutions of horse-racing and Facts, as everyone knows. {
Are things absolutely indisputable.There .
.... matrimony.That .
Jo was certainly a mean thrust is one publication
'" iJ one could be sure what was meant. On the lower east co..tThat .
'" But what are "optimsits,'' and how do has gradually built up ; I Bums

,j . -' they"shrdle"get that stuff way what? they And use is when that A magnificently strong paper C"LEANl'neatJcompact.i kerosene. V Bakes,'1 cook: and'i: ,
Because it refused to be
f.' ""' c.., they: dope a racing Horse or anyone bought or cajoled about)anything. roasts. Heat, automatically"oofi- ''Of
K who fs matrimonially inclined? I handles; No.wicks
It ": '-:000__ If something, important happened- trolled by lever ,
1 . thought so. I thank you. Whether bad, R'ood. or indifferent .
1 no.valves.X $; ,", ". '
It was unflinchingly published;
Henry Ford It Is To Giggle And the paper grew and thrived LetusshowyouhowsimpleTtheFlorenaeisandhowitsintensdyhot .
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the Titusville Star-Advocate: .
Says .
And it proved a good; thing; '; ..
Investigation that a wo
proves For the city and for the people-
,i j HENRY FORD was 35 years getting ready for the man's clothes in the summer time : And Miami is a better city blue ftame is dirccted close up under .

4 '1" on the Ford son. He started as a farm boy. weigh on an average five pounds; Because the editor is fearless. the cooking'and why the Florence I ,
man's clothes twelve pounds. .
j 'it planning to get rid of thf drudgery, long hours and low 'I a Wonder who it was that Br'er Dob- And How has a paper well should learned function. means more heat and.less care.; .,.'" '
money return that has always faced the farmer. son has been "investigating' It is

: a certain fact that if he couldn't runa When Theodore'RooseveltCaused
He wanted to furnish you with a tractor that would not weekly with any greater success Wall Street's upheaval

"' i only do your work better and faster but at lower costs than he can an investigation the cred- Because he told the truth about it. a

--and the 170,000 Fordsons now in use have proved that itors would soon hold a post mortem. men roasted him
he has accomplished these things. I presumed that any well-Informed For ruing! and kiboshing
m man of the present era knew more The great; national gambling system.

... What you get in the Fordson for $395 f. o. b. Detroit is than that assertion implies. It may Roosevelt's sole and only reply was: ,
be different on the east coast but the "I am to blame for causing
farm unit offered.
4 I I the greatest power ever average.woman) in this portion of the "The diving; into Wall Street'

Let us show you how a Fordson will cut farm coats, sunny south doesn't wear clothing "But I'm not responsible"For "
'I weighing more than two pounds and what was found there!
bank and take the out of
increase your account drudgery in '
fourteen ounces-not counting the A real newspaper man
\ I farm work.! Write. phone or call. footwear; and those if they are the I May be responsible for publishing 1
high-priced variety will add about 12' Details of some dirty fraud- ,

1 OSCEOLA MOTOR COMPANY to 13 ounces. Of her togs are heavier But he is not responsibleFor
than that she's wearing weights, the cause of the fraud.
that's all. The Titusville man needs a That is the way to succeed
AUTHORIZED DEALERS general overhauling) -some of his cylinders Yassum.I .

A4 r are missing I might add 'that thank you.GETTING ,
Ii the clothing; of a man 1n this climateat 1
this'time of year weighs not more A HAIRCUT IS
than seven pounds) at the outside. SOME JOB IN NEW YORK

.* Getting' a haircut or a shave ina ,

9 ? Still Yowell-Drew It's Mighty> Company.Fblne. of Orlando..u"e.t New .York barber ,shop is Just, likea ; r
7 trip to the hospital western visitor -
nice for the
tome things women -
folks.that'll tickle 'em almost! to to Gotham writes. First the bar-, it \ ,,' _, .. "' r ,.. )

; death., They outline like an thl.1'Get eve.ryda7.Jlro her, washes next the.his comb hands and In brash distilled\are taken water _. ,;;J>.!_r ro... o' ,-t'r.."c, '' {yX_

g amsomething , :
up"'af';::eight"sHp:bur'or' >6alipons I' -from-oil-peper-wrappers.and.ster ....-w.---eare. ,. ,
The ,.
DFJRofl ; get into a. smart hiking suit ilized ,before being again - '
for a few.miles of trotting erroua before same thing is done with the shaving ," /:, ; .
"' brush and the 'raaor'is boiled in front .
breakfast"After ; : _

: .. -T : . .breakfast;'followed by tennis( of you. After. all this one can get W'': B .:rMAK: NsoMP NY' ,- .'

------ : work, 'crawl into the bathing suit go by.? if it's merely a'balreut..wlth .'" .. : 't. .... ,, fhJ
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In.the water and get ",clean again. thirty;.cents-by.cutting'out: : the, tip. ... .. -""'," ,

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FRIDAY TAKING from the state tax levy one-eighth of a J WEATHER REPORT. ., ,
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fiT. THE: K188IMMBB VALLEY QAZETTH COMPANY mill will never be notlce4no'matter how large or' how Official Bulletin of daily tern-'0 .. ,' ,:.. '
KIS8IJo nIm.: FLOIUDA small, be one's holdings-en*} so far as (he taxpayersare 4> perature and precipitations fur- .' " '

concerned: the levy might as veljl have been left as niched by the Kissimmee Cooperative THE SUCCESS .OF .THE .- I

+, W. B. HARRIS. ,Q.PresidentB. VANS AGNEW, Secretary it was before, 10.75 milts, as' against eleven mills of 0 U. S.'Weather Bureau t y't
0 for the week
Editor the The who last Station, ending
W. U THORNDTKB. year previous. property owner year '
Thursday, April, 13, 1922: *
paid $800 In taxes will care very little...hen he'U told 4
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j 6n i Copy. One Tear______?___.:;.--i-_______.___.1100 that the coming year with the, same valuation, bis iiill * Date Max. Mln. Prep.:> "
One Copy; Sl. Month__...,*.....__.___....,..-____ too have to pay but 899.90'nor will the man who paid $80 Friday June 80.94 71 .00* Merchants Farmers Bank '.
One Copy' Thre. Month.._-.__?______________------ .." in taxes be greatly elated to learn that on the 'same .assessment Saturday. July 1.94 71 .14'. ..' ,

Entered at th. Poatofflce at KUaintmeev.'' Florida,'' 'his-taxes 'are' to be'only $79.99. The cut.from 0 Sunday,' July 2...,...95 72 ..04 *, ', .. .1>' ';" .;
a. MOond-cliuM matter) ; 0 Monday, July 8-.i94 72 d9. '"' "
eleven mills to 10.75 mills was because of the accumulated Tuesday July 4.91; 71 '.40 < OF KISSIMMEE ", ,

P J11 communications 'except from .a.Uorl..d correspondnt funds left in.tha state board of health fund by the + Wednesday, July 6 88 71 1... ,.

d r | Rejected, .matter nut >will>. signed be returned by'thy If writer.culled for. previous board, of whlch,Joe L. Barman, of West Palm Thursday, July 6 ..85 71 .26 is an assured fact ,, .. , --" ,
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Readings. made at 6:00 ,
Beach, The reduction p.
was president. this 1
'J coming year s
m. for the preceding twenty-four .
THE Foretrn AMERICAN:Ad..rtl.lni PRE.SAS.OCIATION R.pre..ntatl..' I| comes from lowering the pension millage by"five-eighths} hours. *

and adding to the general revenue fund one-half mill. 4 ALLISON T. FRENCH.. C.

Thus the state tax will stand: general re'Venue. five and Co-operative Observer.. 0f INSTITUTION ..
. . A tOCAL; -- -
< FRIDAYrJULY 7. 1922 ----------- -- --' -- -
one-half" mills )>ensl6n; ;t w T'andT:"one-halfnu'Us;; ail :e

*V(1 f PEOPLE NOT SUFFICIENTLY, BROAD-MINDED D1i school, one mill; state board of health, one-fourth mill; 00000000000000000a0Royal i OFFICERED .BY LOCAL MEN '

....:, state road tax., one mill; state prison, three-eighths mill
'.00,' j """THERE:: is still being published throughout the state -total, ten' and. five-eighths! mills. Degree ? i

: : : .articles regarding the appropriateness of stating theconditions Because of the work of the county assessors an (increase Monday Afternoon I I Able and willing to accommodate '

,t existing In every city and town_nd the majority in state values has been made of $25,000,000 over
', Kissimmee Chapter. No. 10. Royal its patrons to any exte"W.u. , ..,.
the '
.T ,: of papers continue to tell of things as they are previous year-making a grand aggregate of $425- Arch Masons, is contemplating 'af ..I
:i found, provided there can be also suggested a way for 000000. It may be readily seen, then, that "where the fair of more thin usual magnitudenext an keeping with safe '

l'ifl r' betterment. last year.,revenue; reached the sum of ,$430,000 the Monday, when Initiatory work banking :

',\ .. Th.. Sebring. Messenger deprecates the Idea of eamouflaging amount this year with the increase of valuations, will will commence at four-o'clock in the -..:'-- '

hi -and asks: run above the $450,000 mark--which sum, it'is confidently afternoon. The Royal Arch degree ,
T, ; / will be given. At seven o'clock there ../
lif ;;. Why, oh why, does the average small town believed, will carry the state through if economically -i will be an intermission for luncheon c-

i' {,{ ;; )resent the home paper's depiction of conditions administered. -which is1 guaranteed to be of fine

+ (, that are not exactly as they should bet The Qualirv.ultimatum,The- "Everyem'bei'of secretary IIHIIIIK 'thin til. "n.

} influence of the large paper is based not only WHERE McCORMICK WAS VERY SILLY fraternity must attend; no excuses .. .. ', !"
r M 'upon its boosting for all worth-while enterprises will be accepted."
.., but by its invariable expose of things that SEVERAL weeks ago Harold F. McCormick, head of
ti" the "publie weal." .No town will the International Harvester More Cattle Dip OrderedLeo trapped at Rivervlew --
y are agUnst I Company, with offices in buejay was The main feature of the menu."at: r ,
,.:j ; ever be properly served until it can boast of a Chicago, was taken to a hospital-and now it is alleged cottage. Melbourne by William I. Lyon theChamber of Commerce luncheon
adapted to local conditions. of "" that he is suit every H. Wilson county agent, explained that had lost nearly the entire next week
1 big-town paper; to bring against paper which stated to the county commissioners upper part of its bill. It had apparently will be baked chicken and

'i" course. that there he underwent a delicate operation of grafting on Monday that the cattle dip on hand been injured at birth in a way escalloped potatoes. There. will also
other foods.
r;j One of the reasons that the public deprecates any -using a portion of a living man to make himself the was at a low ebb and advised that that stopped the upper mandible's be _

Il, or publicity along lines that may be averse to what the more perfect. He is alleged to include in his charges fifty more five-galton cans be ordered. -' growth and it ended just beyond its W. M. Angas following a week's visit.with ..
; the ills that'wires to information This was done. 'A bill from the nostrils. When handled it tried to Mr. and Mrs. Robert.M. .Angas.on
i people wish is the fact that in telling of any of were tapped secure regardinghis to '
? supplying company amounting the the others do. The lefton
same as
peck Neptune Road Cape .
.r -,.. the toes of someone may be stepped upon; that is, somemighty oper.tion-and that every unfair means were used i $292.50 was ordered. paid. _ThU_-dip bird was fat and in (food condition, Monday for his home in Jackson -f
l' , good friends may feel "sore. If any employee by reporters to secure information; and winds up by is handled by the county without pro- so it had a band placed on its leg with ville. I
J :: of the city i-neglectful of his duties the "small town saying that all reports are false. fit, every sale being a cash 'transac the following markings: 18377 Biol. .
tion; and the saving to the stockmen Surv. 'the outside and Wash. D. ,I (Mrs. A. J. Jarrell and Arthur Jar-;
paper" may fear that some of his many relatives and McCormick was very silly in seeking to prevent on '
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aggregates a very considerable sum rell. of Williston, have been in Kis ,
C. the inside. That means that if
1" {', friends may form a grievance club if any mention is information being gained regarding his condition and during the year. Hundreds gallonsare finds that bluejay or simmee this week--guests of Mr. and "'

f, 'J made of the m.Uel'-end some papers had rather endure his operation. He is a very public character the headof being used throughout the county. any any other person bird with a band on its leg:, Mrs. Mason Tiller and family 20$: '

I j in silence than to take rigid steps to have conditions a gigantic concern-and every particle of information it Is that person's duty to report it at Beaumont avenue.

ri'j"' r bettered. regarding him is considered valuable matter to the news BURIED AT CORDELEMrs. once to the Biological SurveyWash 'REPU BLICANS DELAY ACTION

{j"3 ;' Editors and space writers should understand that papers. But had he, prior to his entering the hospital, J. J. lI.n. who for the past ington, giving date, number, condi- I

> .1 k greater respect is given the paper that comes out and called the reporters and editors into his confidence ex- several years has been a resident of tion and all other facts possible as A meeting of the republican execuI -'
: all are important to the United tive committee was .held in Kisaim- .
states facts-regardless of relations, connections and plained what was going to be done, and shown them Kissimmee. Florida where her husband I I
died States government in its efforts to j mee last Friday at which the names
friendships. The gains a reputation in that why he was delicate about receiving notoriety years ago. passed away I Hof
paper way there at the local hospital last night from prove the movements and history of several candidates for offices to-
9 ., that It can secure in no other manner. There is an aversion would have never been a word made public until he had an illness from which she has suffered birds II be filled in November were presented.No .
to the "knocker"-but the "kicker" is of value-for released it. He has been in the limelight sufficiently when she came to Cordele several Mr. Lyon has a government permitto I definite action however, was tak-

the kicker always has some remedy for the ill against and has had to do with the newspaper fraternity to .so. days ago with her daughter Miss trap and band birds, as a volunteer en tioned at that time. Among those men-
worker for the Biological Survey. as possible candidates for the- .
). which he complains. To be sure there is a happy medium great an extent that he knew this would h.ppen-for the Ethel Friends Halt throughout, the communityand Last year he trapped and banded over legislature were Vernon Porter, of +

:) in telling of all or any conditions--and one must be care members of the "Fourth Estate" never break their in Vienna and Ashburn, where she 1,000 birds at Waukegan, Illinois. .I Kissimmee. and Colvin Parker of ,

ful to. state with accuracy the details upon all l subjects; pledge. was held in highest esteem will be The New England Bird Banding Saint Cloud. Both of these are young- y

': .. yet 'no,crty has ever been .injured by telling facts. But when he refused! to make confidants of them grieved at her death. Mrs. Mall was Association has been formed with' men with many friends and either' :

.i'or'I: There'are,those who would deprecate the relating in every reporter! was determined to get the news in some M> anxious to come to Cordele in the over 200 members scattered over the I I may be selected. .
O a newspaper of a cyclone, a murderous uprising a detected manner -and when such a condition exists they always she came while she was still very ill. birds banded by them must come to Palm Beach county is raising $3,-
'. craft, the presence of a false check manipulator, a get the news-and they get it right. And Harold F. Mc- Her daughter Miss Ethel Hall Florida.and more volunteers are need 500 to enable the Boy Scouts to main.

series of robberies, or the like. Those are small town Cormick now has full realization of the power.jof the three nieces and a nephew survive her. especially in Florida. If you are taro a first class council there. I'.

folk'with ensmalled visions. The news is going out in press. v' The funeral was held this afternoonat interested write the Biological Survey iPunta Gorda -has been declared the '

t .some manner-possibly in distorted shape; and it is better His suits may act as a bluff for a while-but they Chester the Methodist conducting church'the service.Rev. O.The B. Times., Washington D. C.-Melbourne permanent county seat of Charlotte 'Of'

.that facts be printed upon the scene of action The will die of senility before any damages called off remains were laid to rest in Sunny- county by a vote of 607 to 162. :

)Messenger should adopt a slogan of "Tell if it's tellable. any of the publications. side cemetery.- Cordele, (Georgia) KISSIMMEE INS ANOTHER A 'mischievous boy threw fertilizer (

-and.tell l it with.facts Dispatch: Sunday, July 2. By a score of 4 to 1 the Cowpunchers in the faces of some of the workmen .

' .' T. POINTER FOR FLORIDA FARMERS were victors over Sanford's teamin at the plant, and one of them cuffed; .
r$ JACKSONVILLE ,WRITER UNDULY ENTHIVSED: FREEMAN HAD FISHING FAD the game played there yesterday the. lad, as hot ..In'Je! j The boy WM"' 'fI
'burin his residence in Kissimmee afternoon. A return game' is jto be home,told his father James F. Perry,. a1" :.
,, DECLARING '. EXTREME costs of building silos in the ordinary way James F.. Freeman, /of the Casino, played here. J of the incident, :And il I:* father wl: 0.
% that the.merger of the American Motors -the tower form building-have'prevented( who .
many sought 'for no. other pleasure' than SAME WITH EVERY PAPER to the plant ,nd ,Jnun.< Export.Company, of Jacksonville with-.the Hanson needed such>an aid for stock producing from building.But "fishing." He couldn't catch a fish- i I man named E. L. Miller by stabbing-1 . ., '

Motor Company, of.Atlanta, "means much for' Florida" now comes a new idea--that of building pit silos, except once when he saw one wriggling Again we wish to tell the "dear' pub-shim, with a knife, although Miller told,-.,,. :
and will'prove a great benefit to all! the stockholders," originating in Canada. These.have proven no better on the doorway of the Rosen fish lie" that running* free advertising is him he was not the man who correct-_ '| ,
house but he talked about them. Last !Jed: the the time the father4! *
.the Observer indulges in several 'of than the ordinary silo-but the lessened has multiplied ; the same as eating free groceries boy. By ; ...
.Jacksonville pages expense "
Monday, as one of the guests -of E. wearing ,free dry. goods and asking ihas served-his sentence the. son may
% splendid boosting matter for the Atlanta concern. There the number of them:-.nd the innovation of using J. Sparks. of the Southern Enterprises for free bread. Every line that goes I hays acme: sense.

:: eeems .to .have been erected in Jacksonville, entire sunflowers, full of nutrition and an easily produced he was off-shore at PassaGrilleand Into this paper costs real money and
;through'the! 'contributions of Florida people, a splendid crop, has been. of great assistance in reducing the cost -- the entire party seemed boundto : advertising is our stock in trade. I Robert Houston a prohibition
'''t building'where .entirely:- new design in automobiles of ensilage. land a tarpon. When next he reaches Please remember this when you ask ,agents working'Hastings and vicinity, i
Kissimmee Freeman will tell of the For column after column of free stuffto ,'is now under arrest for shooting wild
w' be assembled. It was to be an assembling plant, These pits are built eight feet deep, sixteen feet wide, tarpon "he" captured. be printed in the Herald and stuff i:ly at the rear of an automobile passing -

4t it is'true-Just as there are a vast number of cars of and of a length to contain sufficient. ensilage for the that is advertising your own particular through Hastings. At least eight

,varied names and natures, assembled--In many wectionsof winter. Properly filled the ensilage weighs on an average OSCEOLA GIRLS WERE WINNERSOf business..-fianford Herald. bullets\ penetrated the back of the

Y .the Unite States; but there promised to be a. large of thirty-five pounds to the cubic foot.. The daily the fourteen "Itars"'.warded at I i car-all because the driver refusedto
AN EXPOSIT ARY EDITOR allow him search the without
\number 'of men employed and there would have beerLa ration is from,.forty to fifty pounds-and knowing this, Rollins last week when the club girls first showing to a ' Later on ,

good payroll establishedWhat the newspapers throughout the size of the pit is easily reckoned.It of Osceola and Orange counties were Professor James D. MacGlashan. l Houston acknowledged that he had

this stats'wishJoknow is just how this "merger" isto'bring has been reliably computed that with the liberal In camp, for general excellence along principal of the Kissimmee Business "made a mistake," and offered to have
\ certain lines the Osceola girls returned ..I. .
about the settlement of the bills. which were use of sunflowers as one of the ingredients for the ensilage bringing, nine of the coveted College, was in the city Saturday in I the gasoline tank and the body of the :...
the interest of his school The Kis-
created by the several agents of the American MotorsExport and the use of the pit as a silo the cost of dairy- souvenirs fact which speaks well simmee institution is turning out car repaired; but the owners declared '

'44* ,Company_nd when the money will be forthcoming Ing has been reduced nearly thirty percent-which.makes for them as well as for Miss Albina some very efficient students and Principal I that satisfy nothing them. but Houston's a new trial body Is would slated ,

? All Efforts to collect such bills have been futile a great saving for Florida dairymen if the experience Smith them. who has taught and handled MacGlashan seems to be a mighty to take place today at Saint Au

: in the put;',will .tutl ''8 efforts be equally barren? gained elsewhere should be duplicated in this state. fine fellow. The only thing that gustine.

Andw uld,th. Jacksonville paper, the Observer, kindly Owners of both large and small dairies in Florida, where SAW TIlE WEST COAST we could find against him is that .lie is
a friend of that homely old cuss Seventeen thousand miles is the ;
tell the, people of the state what was "merged" when the cost of milk production runs to the high mark, should Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Millard and Thorn, of The Kissimmee Valley Ga- average service car owners put their 1)

cc ,IJ the. mergering", went into effect The people of Flir- make a trial of this method-even including the sun little son, and Mr.: and Mrs. H. H. gette. Winter Haven Chief. automobiles to in three years._

ida are 'noted for: being frequently "bit" through the flower ingredient. A. net saving of even ten percent Lively made an auto trip on Sunday I __' .1;;,

effort of those! coming into the state to work some would mean much to the state. to Clearwater and other points on the io

.scheme; seldom Is anyone taken in by the home people. west coast. As guest they had R. E. I
Lively, making his first trip to Florida
Out 'Of The
fe yt\' ADVERTISING IS ENERGIZING from' Bowling Green, Kentucky.who Stationery Ordinary
"" ''GERMAN GOODS FLOODING THIS COUNTRY was greatly enthused with all he

, iv REALIZING what newspaper publicity means for a saw, and returned home determinedto >>
make his future home in Florida. Often the careful businessman
APPARENTLY. people soon forget German goods progressive city, nearly all civic bodies led by the KI. the

.are today pouring in upon the American markets-and, wanlans, of Saint Petersburg, ,have petitioned the city PYTHIAN SISTERS INSTALL desires or to professional for his personal man. 't )

d4 'what,U,more, the people are buying them because the commissioners to make a levy of two and one fourth Kissimmee Temple of Pythian Sisters correspondence use something better

,goods I are'selling at a lower price .than they mills for advertising purposes for the coining year. That last evening installed the follow i than and good 'sta 1
'furnished in this country even after the duty and the city desires to get in the same class as Miami and West ing officers: Alice Peaks P. C.; common- ...r \
transportation are paid German, workmen, are anxious Palm Beach In''the way of reaching out for publicity Grace Gilbert, M. E. C.; lien May, tionery is always in taste. The :
1:. S. Mary Edwards E. J.; Grace drawback in the, past has been .)
to .rebuild that country and in place of striking for through proper channels It may have been noticed that ; .;
Cora Woodbeck.M. that the often
Makinson. manager; prices too
t fewer hours 'ot labor they long asked that the day the magnificent of Tampa ps ,, were; ,
ago papers are strongly urging of R. and S.: Bertha Winn. M. ofP. > prohibitive the of the '
mlyht'be' ;*r a ; goods.How different from 'thistount1'7 so 'that Its gain may be as proportionately greatas abeth'" < common every-day sort correspondence <1
""" (f Straw hats .from inra .Florida.. The Senor Mrs. F. paper has been il I
J Germany are being sold any city Nearly every progressive city Grand
the Mrs.L continued from . +
C. was
Bryan l day to day
; tbe;north at ono dollar equal to anything made in this : in the state is seeking this same end. Shall :Kissimmee. R. Farmer; ; and the Grand Manager from month to month from ,'

countryselling, affront two to three'dollars..The over lag'in the procession: ? was Mrs. T. M. Rivers; while :,
head for twelve hours is no more than the overhead for) [' Mrs. F. C. Bryan, Mrs. Grace Makinson year to year. <&

i eight Jtours. and the Germans figure they will be that THE ROSTER OF THE AMERICAN LEGION Mrs. Calvin Buckets and Miss J&i
ahead of the if Elisabeth Donegan were hostesses at HERE IS SOMETHING DIFFERENT .1
iti much game can produce more goods a splendid repast which followed the .
that will return more* money to their country when marketed THERE should be no need of "appeals" upon the exercises.WITHDRAWN.
Put in
up cleverly contrived cartons. We are .showing some of TT' .
in'th's) country. America little thought Li given part of the. American Legion for membership. There the celebrated Hammermill i
r FROM MARKET stationery, with ripple finish-aomethina
"' to the government in the way of bringing back things should be no need for "drives" to add to.the roster. ? a ,
that has before been
not shown in this
shape. Two hundred and
,and] conditions to ilormal. ;and every possible sort of labor Every: man who went overseas and every loan who remained 'Notice is hereby riven that the sheets of
;: 'trouble. that xnay'serve as an'obstacle to progress is be. on this side-eligible to .belong, to the order- Newby Inn property, located on Da. elegant paper, printed tastily with a corresponding numberof
kin has.. been withdrawn from envelopes printed in like *fashion will equip office desk ,
forthby-certain'.lement.; avenue any : .
Until absolute
In* 'pat : ., loyaltycan should be eager to sign with the organisation. If he Is with ,
the market. Realty dealers having home writing material seldom excelled
equalled neat;
:,, be instilled.intoitll el .sek'gad'a.deelr&beeanied; :; : not in. that frame of mind then lie is" not worth addingto this property listed will immediately. novel and nice And -never -
; so arranged as to be kept clean and convenient
outto do the best' that cu : be done for the forwarding the association. required no. "drives' or "appeals"a : cancel the listing... r

""; of:all:;enterprises, America will 1hd..he .will continue half-century ago, to.obtain members for the ""Confed-- .. MRS. J. D. NEWBY. : WHY. NOT CALL,.A m SEE'. THIS. STOCK? ..
J. w to'laprb hh a I In thi Imptovemm! :" L'':; ._, erate-Vtterans r.the-fGr.nct-A: 'ArmTTOxVth; .-Repub- Kissimmee. July-6, 1922. r302te: ft .OFFICE OF' THE -. -k t '""'7--' .r f t
,' ,' tic"..'",There. were no arguments put''' up for-the slgna 'PICNIC, WAS TRANSFORMED \ ,. ,; -.... -
0,' z 1 -.-.KlKDwords'' p Od et'thelr'own, image in .me 's tures -of those 'men; They" ,loyal ''to their loved .' :'A'1 picnic":'planned for the evening of Kissimmeef&alley: Gazette .

ti .,.: ouls; and a beautiful Image "it i.-:< They.soothe and quiet cause. Thei' man who is, less:?,loyal;;nowreally ,isn't! .' Fourth at Alligator' lake ,, was :

.t and comfort the! bearer,"They shame him ono of his sour, worta'-the.going; after. !* \,- ;/'tt' ''. J< "' : spoiled b1'tl downpour of rain. 'The ..t'

', .; 'morose, unkind feeling, j We have not yet begun to use .. . .., affair, was' supplanted by !thing"- in : .-, N. B=;:The cost of : 'is ; "ati'YeiDd' : i "'
a carton th.
c ; satisfactionto
M' ;kind-words' J In such'abundance as they 'ought to'be eased.TaitiLt..I .. SIMPLICITY,'of. character' i it'the'natural 1 resultef l indoor picnic at;the home of Mrs..E. ' "' t
-.J-' .... J" ," D; Katfe-and "most enjoyable. .af. be\gained i is_most:satisfactory.7: .- \
",, t: profound thought) =Hazlitt.:' .';, ; T. i fairwae the result, -- : ",
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Dr. O, L. Bnckmastei ', osteopathistSaint Tine' improved strawberry farm- ;; ,,
i Cloud., Office in Conn Bldg.: tf r close in; cheap Nelson Realty Com-'

:!'iI;. LOCAL ''Mr. and Mrs.- J. B. Slnquefield paDX''.. '"' s'_ X Off th.at8 : . '

",\'III".. tn drove to Tampa' on Saturday upon ''The local 'weather bureau reports 3 % Pay % Mortgage<< :3.i j

,,I ..'-"' .16;,. matters,of business. that from six o'clock' Tuesday evening
.) ( to. one o'clock Wednesday afternoon
, Shaves ,15c; haircut, 35e; 'children there was a rainfall of 1.87 Inches

I ,:, ,W Free Delivery. Lowest prices. Tay- 26c;' at. Casino Barber Shop 18tiMiss probably the the hour.major portion. falling1 Build on that Lot. Improve !)

V' for Stores. Phone 250. :x Lillian Harris left on Sunday noon, M0ROY Homes. Pay off that Church M
*' <.. for Winter Haven to spend the Fourth. Lost Haines City and ooey, ,
Brack '
: Mrs. J. McNeill of 818 '
B.i: with ;friends. ; Debt. a line to the
I' ,. and Sunday ,; Kissimmee, lady's droop-brim sailor Drop' -
!< ?; i with.treets.Ilpent.Saturday friends at Lake Wales.. Free Delivery.: Lowest prices. Tay. hat of light blue taffeta faced with .
coral, pink taffeta; crown and brim FINANCE
lor Stores. Phone -250. :x
";:';r'u your car is in'need' of repairs ; embroidered In' colored flowers. Five "z

&>;, phone DuPont at "77" for quick ser- Mies' Alblna Smith county home dollars reward if'returned to'The Ga. ClaytoB B Ui-ir. Miami, Florida. W. meed .lire j j ia Ktrumme.; I EI :
mi'' '.. "' vice. ; 26tf agent., is spending t ; tomorrow zette office. 2 :2t ware.teat Ii
at Whittier. .Iookin. after' club
r; : '.VI + /Mrs. Harry R. Dale and her' two details." -J. 'V.. Knapp of the state sanitary

", ; children left on Monday to spend a livestock board.with headquarters at .
{ d01b1"ii; Tanlacf is Tallahassee, made a brief stay in Kis- 1I '
Y Hendersonville'. Every | for
" ... . r money' well spent., Central Drug simmee yesterday. He'was enroute RUNS HITS AND Home Demonstration Column HarrisGGazettetoffce.'ves'' W.14U'Orange
: Free Delivery. l weicprices'Tay.; Store. to Crooked Lake upon a business mis I I ERRORS I -'

$ __ .]or Stores.' Phone 250.' .. -arj ainn, __ _. Captaln'I n +rMSaS AL81Nk* MiTN'.M
,,' 'tobertk'TWeely! as returned to ) .
r-1""': Mr. and Mrs. W.' L. Thorndyke have his home in Bowling Green. Kentucky Bundles 'of old paper are for sale Spot Bungalows'
, removed from 321 Brack street, and after having spent several 'days with at the office of The Gazette; lOc. Twenty-one hits against Leesburgon 'Trip o'f Club Girls I :
>. are now located above the of ices of his brother, H. II. Lively of the Gro Better get them while there is a stock. Tuesday and an even twenty off The Osceola county ,club girls,returned ( '
"-,,Ysx The. Gazette. ceteria.' Call at once. ; they'll,never. be cheaper. Haines City on Thursday is some slug( late Thursd -'afternoon-from "ON \h. Fuml'hedf _
28-3tx ging. Forty-two hits ought, to win a, four-day camp at Rollins, in company BLUFF FACING OCEAN M
L' (Rev. R. F. Hodnett returned to hii j. Langhlin d 'her little __ -
Mrs. son j four ordinary games. with the club girls of Orange ,$11 per-weekSO per moath
f ,... family early Monday morning at or of Mr. and The contest between the ;
Courtland were guests monthly county, and report a splendid time. .
,. ". irrSc'near Clearwater. It is reported that Mrs. Hull! Bass, of.East Lake, the latter Blues and the Reds in the Christian Young hated t; leave the Bathing reading: games, lectures, and .' MELBOURNE." FLORIDATHETHREEIPYUTEIFRIENDS. :. i I r
( v*his son is lying seriously ill where the. part of the last .week--and .re- Endeavor Society of the Christian the third and was anxious to; stay in study occupied the time. About thirty ,
r(, family is spending the summer,, turned-to their home at Cocoa on Sat church is being continued this month.; there but Story,used good judgmentn gingham hats were made under the -v
<, > Last month 'the Reds forced him when he did. Ball "
. urday. were to pulling out instruction of the county agent assisted
'furnished cool
, : For rent: Nicely t entertain the Blues because of losingthe games are very often won or lost by the older girls, and on Thursday
I LocatedoverThe '
,4Wiry flats at summer rates. Tanlac is 'a family medicine as contest by a score of 287 to 388. because a change was made or was these, together with others that
lj' Gazette office. W. B. Har.rta. good for children as it I. for grow not made at the right time. Especially were taken from were placed on "
t1.::' tf folks. Central Drag Store. The display window of Mrs J. B. when a manager is able to substitutea d isplay. Our girls also displayed two THAT L THEM
f :, Slnquefield was one of the vary few port-sider for a' right-hander. bedroom sets-one in applique1' and the
; 'Mrs. W. H. Dresch. who has been Miss Blanche Davis, whose temporary windows prettily dcfco-rated on The ,
t '" extremely ill for the past two weeks, home is at Perry, is visiting her The credit in other in stencil-an organdi. hat, ;
Fourth. clever showing of . Anyway, Coombes'gets *
( ,( is having a slow recovery, and was parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Davis, rested upon some nicely arranged -' the averages for winning. This evens pine the needle nine work girls,. received and sewing.a star Eachof for PMJfeRoaek; ud WmrfBit( KHIer( 1, 't",; ..., ,
: this week taken to a sanitarium at at Sd.Dniry avenue east. patriotic-colored paper, and matters for him as he left the box i general excellence-thus giving 'our rp

;I 1 Winter Park. Bundles of old paper are for sale the window was a very attractive one., in a game early In the season in fa.' club the- first prize; and_ France Pr-Uti fly led' Mosqnito Killer \: ,..
--- - -Two- farms and several houses,, to at' the-office of" The -Gazette "l6c. -The- -W.- -C.- T. U. will- meet in regu-t. vor.of AvehieMcLeanWiththezcoretied. Skagga and Evelyn'Miller took second l

: rent. Nelson Realty Company x Better get them while there is a stock. lar session next Friday afternoon at ball but Big got Archie credit pitched for a win only as one the ,prize for best-kept bedroom. It Py-Uta fir KillerS (
Call at they'll never be cheaper. is hoped that more girls will go an.
once; four at the 1I0u.e.Topic
o'clock Chapter Cowpunchers scored in their half of .
J. J. McCranie formerly of this ,- 28-3tx other year; some who had completed
city but now o was in : "Our Young People. Good the tenth. the year's work failed to make the >ldJOIV f Money-Back Guarantee
Wednesday All members to Handled in
Kissimmee on attendingto An alarm at one-forty Monday af- program. requested trip and others did not come to Kissimmee by the Tay. r
be present and-to bring A new mem- The Cowpunchers filled the bases j up for System of Stores and the Midway ,
business matters and -
some to the
the required work.
ternoon called department a
ber, Important business. M. V. Boyer with none out in the first against Grocery.
of his old-time friends.The of the shacks On the home the
blaze in on
slight one Corresponding Secretary. Haines City, but couldn't score. Pra- way party stoppedat Manufactured )
Pleasure Beach for ; r
Drury avenue occupied by negroes. a picnic lunch-
._, offices of-Dr. T. M. Rivers are thdr: fanned- Story forced! Buttorffat '
, ', now located on the lower floor of the No loss was reported.. Miss Rhea Pherigo. having left her the plate and Wilson fouled to ein.. J J. J. GATES MANUFACTURINQ ,1

Okeechobee building on Pon .. of street, position on Friday with the expecta- :Miller.
avenue Mrs. Fannie Johnson, pak Ion that postal inspectors would keep Commissioners Meet
opposite the postofice 80tf Tuesday COMPANY
I" was called home from Daytona their agreement and be in Kissimmee Eddie Duke's batting of late has :-
." r evening by the illness of one of on the following day to "check her in" been phenomenal. The big first-sack- To Arrange MillageThere Successors to

;,;; OratorGilbert left on Saturday to her children. Lucille Minx who hada as postmaster, after having taken a er is more than m.kingup for some Ellis Cates Manufacturing .Co., ;
{r' resume his former position as trombone slight case of blood poisoning. vacation of two days went to the office weak stick work early in the season will be an 'adjourned sessionof SANFORD, FLORIDA T

artist in the orchestra of the Bundles of old paper are for sale of the county superintendent of and threatens to join the elite in the the county commissioners Saturday )
Williams Stock Company which .is aid him until the class 'morning at ten o'clock to
\ : at the office.of The Gazette; lOc. schools to inspectors .300 soon. complete ---

. now touring Kentucky.Don't Better get them while there is a stock. arrived. Pers continues to set the enemy Among business the matters items laid will over be the on Monday.makingof NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD

I suffer any longer. Get your Call at once; they'll never be cheaper. A wedding of interest to Avon batters down on strikes with great the budget and the fixing of. the ...
J stomach in shape by taking Tanlac 28-3tx Parkers is that of Miss' Hilda Ricker regularity. Although he was almost millage-which the law stipulatesmust ---

and eat what you want. Central Drug Miss'Ethel Allen, who has steadily and Mr. Lester Ivey. which took place cold when he went to the rescue of be made at the first meeting in L.avlngfor -the summer Rev. sari:1'

Store. filled the position of cashier for more in Pohokee recently. Mrs. Ivey was Young, he whiffed nine in six and July. An effort will be' made to Mrs.. p, "E. Peters;} ,Mr. :and ',Mrs./, '

Mrs. Effie Travis, who brought the than a year at the Rexall store is the attractive guest-of! Mrs. C. P. Turner one-third ininga. make a lower millage than last year. James Burton, and .Mr, and' ..
for few weeks and in that time
;. body of her husband to Kissimmee for now taking a two-weeks' vaeat10n.She endeared a herself to host of frlendbel' 'Pitching averages, including the Thomas Severn Thursday for_Chl-)<' "<
burial returned to Jacksonville Satur- plans to visit Tampa friends before Mr. is a resident of Kil- game played Tuesday: SAID TAXES WERE TOO HIGHJ. ca2'OLMr.; and Mrs. J. W. 'Francher.. ,
Ivey a
her vacation ends. '' and Mr and Mra. .J. K. .
( day afternoon leaving her two chil- Per- Houston-on.
lt simmee and will make their future
they .
E. Long owns two citrus groves Thursday for
'dren here with her mother. Won Lost cent ; Beaver FJUls. Penn.iIylvania. J
home there.-Avon Park Pilot. ; .
six-room in the of Saint
Ffor Rent: two-story, 1 0 1.000 vicinity Cloud-one : ,
' MoseleV
The offices or Dr. W. L. Winn are I house, unfurnished, on Dixie Highway -r 1 .900 of them lying "right up against" the
, / .. new located only in Saint Cloud I -406 Main street. Apply at office KISSIMMEE SHOULD Young..-------9 6 2 .760 city line and having two acres of Charier Augustln wai killed at Indianapolis -
, Phone 122. Office in Odd Fellows of The Gazette, or at 301 Main, HAVE A CLEANSINGAs Per McLean _._: 2 1 .666 trees-good trees. Mr. Long appeared j last Friday'in an automobile ,
I 21tf before the commissioners Mon. accident.. The :
'j' block. 12-tf. street. on telegram reeeived
.. 1 .500
, ,.. seventeencases of dengue feverin Clements day and gave an itemized ccourrt of by W" sister Mrs. Nell Farris of
Mrs. I. J. McCall and daughter, It should be generally understoodthat Tampa have been reported to Dr.J. .We hope Mr. Larisey will pardon the receipts and disbursements on this'city, contained no details of .they -.,
.': abolishing the speed laws thru- this place, and showed that he had casualty. -. -. ,p
Miss Miriam McCall. of Jasper are out the county has no weight in the R. Harris, city health officer he re- us if we appear to'laugh.saved The him made the past season but $278 on it. '. ..
spending a week with the parents of laws in the Incorporated cities of Kis peated his'warnings to all residents have him fresh He asked Co have his assessment lowered Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Backmastor and'daughter .
*'' rj. Mrs. McCall. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dun-. simmee and Saint Cloud.' In thesecities to trId'for ; of all possible he breedingplaces states for Ocala.4n Then order the to Cats pound him as a $400 valuation wastoo high spent Saturday: and Sonday.
mosquitoes, as
can. izr not 'allowed. with relatives at Orlando. :
speeding $:
which and his takes of $42 were altogethertoo
this disease is transmitted by- Infect. for ten hits and four runs, was
After FrfdaYJune 30, 1922, the offices For sale: Missionary strawberry ed mosquitoes., plenty to beat him. Too bad, Larisey. much. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Shambow enter:'
of Dr. T. M. Rivera will be loeat1" plants; thrifty and free from disease, Dengue fever has not reached an And now Leesburg has obtained "And you said before election, he. tamed on'The ,Foartb Mr.' an4, .J4n.:
ed upon the lower floor of the Okee. M per thousand. R. I* Overstreet, epidemic stag here and it'is .very Scharding from Orlanflo. They will declared pointing his finger at Commissioner Jacob ReifSchneider.of Tampa.; rl'
>' ohobee building on Posseii avenue R. F. D. No. I, Box 88. 8-4tx seldom fatal but it Is extremely disagreeable probably need him. Bass, "that we were'to have r
r.. ,. opposite the postoffice. 28-tt said Dr. Harris. Tampa lower taxes I You know you didl""Your BOY SCOUTT5'ARRIYED"t, R
out of six from the Lumberjacks taxes not too
Four' are high-they
;n,. '. J."F. Freeman:-ex-manager'- of tne Much extended interesting: article matter from the includingan secretary does many not beach have, resorts as many in mosquitoes the summer as Is. the record for the season. ought to' &be 'higher' came the reply A'few hours 1hia"; schedule> i : 'the'

..-'' Casino left on Saturday for points on of the Chamber of Commerce, and but there are a lot more mosquitoesthan We have beaten them every time on from. Bass. "Whathl!! you take for Boy Scouts comprising 'thev
" the west is there would be if paid their own park. Bullock & Company that place 1 I'll rive twice the assessed Tille ,
", coast. It rumored that in the rerort'of the county agent regarding everybody all the could be value! Ill thousand troop iflaking"an "All-State-,
:place of being located at Orlando the ibctinework hm attention to'' removing mosquito probably wish games : give a.
by be some
Friendship Tour, : :In Kisslml
of ,
have two dollars for it. Will arrived
won take
old played here as they you $2.000
-,: the Southern Enterprises he,win be transacted are crowded from this breeding places... They breed in
:1';: in own for it? from
:, ' in the the three contests staged our I understand you value it at nee Melbourne"'about.'elght"s;
Mexican Gulf. tin
the eaves
.. nearer issoje. cans '
; } $30001"! '
or, gutters where water can back ,yard.,: "I'll o'clock Friday' evening the delay being '

I stand several days-in fact anywhere Our old friend. Bob Bullock, continues the answer.not set"I any dOD,price t want on to it sell, was it; caused by the breaking of a bridge'

i a teaspoon of water stands. Tampa to strike out against lefthanders.Four but I think that $42 is! too high a in Brevard county which they had been ,I
'l'ri une. times hi the benefit game and tax. .But if yon gentlemen don't care assured would carry' them. It had.
twice in succession yesterday. We still to reduce the tax I'll let it go and pay .been planned that they.would be the
SAINT doubt Bob's wisdom in withdrawing the bill." guests of J. F. Freeman at the Casino -;

THE FOURTH JOYFUL himself from the holiday game as his The commissioners didnt-and Mr Friday evening,' and following that,
successor also fanned on his only tripto Long: will. would give an exhibition on"' Broad.

More than one hundred and twen- the plate, "and was a left-hand batter way. They weretooexhausted;, to'
Edison ty-five automobiles parked all over ,- too.- -DELIVERED-FINE LECTURE accomplish either event. but the fol..
afternoon lowing morning' before leaving ,for'
Saint Cloud early Tuesday
;2'. be taken as a criterion as to the Leroy Lesley looked good on secondin At the meeting held Monday evening Lakeland eave' a few minutes of
may large attendance which must have spite of his accident. He collecteda by the Masonic fraternity there drilling for ,the:edification of; those I '
been present when the magnificent hit and scored two runs as well as was a large attendance a fine pro- gathered., ... '

, parade took place in the morning. It took care of four'chances in handy gram in every way, and a splendid

{ is claimed, and upon good grounds, fashion. address upon Masonry from its earliest
that the parade taking place there on Chubb pitched good enough ball to believed inception to the present I THE FORUM !" r
day. This latter Rev.J. !
was given by
Tuesday morning was the most novel win almost striking out .
any game
H Phonograph Owners attractive and beautiful affair of the eight men. But his base on balls to A. Sutton D. D., who is well posted .
in Masonic
history and whose delivery
kind shown in the countyndthere
: ever was much thought given by the Lesley in the second and to Buttorff into was tuned to please as well as Editor of The (;ezettflt. 'i,
judges before awarding the many in the seventh both blossomed to instruct. No finer meeting of the /You will please make a' correction.,

,11'r\ ,' prizes. There was a .large-attendance runs which beat him. I craft has been held by Orange Blossom I noticed you stated that I'was elect.

J.;!;;'.' noted from Kissimmee throughoutthe Sam Story had a surprise for the lodge.PLACED. ed of chairman of the board of directors
f the Watson-Hall
encounter bat I Manufacturing
da7.UNION in afternoon ,
y' he will MONUMENT AT ROSE- Company. I wish to that I.: notified fi
rain the party. Perhaps
, .F4, SERVICES It until another day. It sure HILL the company I not accept
keep x,
(g; If you wish to get TO OPEN'SUNDAYThe looked weather like man a ruled double otherwise.Did win until. the Moses J. Crowder was busy on Sat. the which position.I subscribed I own for only" purely$100 in from stock a,, r

"1 urday unloading from the freight office patriotic ataind o1nt.. The company
'h" commencement of the series of a nandsome monument in has best '
memo but
notice that the- home boys my wl.he'l my interest y
!::{; :' into one of'our union Sunday evening services will on the you Loughman team played the I ory of F. W. Hill, of Narcoottsee, is not sufficient with them to justify' f'.

{mt )oI take place on the coming Sunday best ball The "imports" were a disappointment whose remains were placed in Rose- me in accepting the responsible position
when the meeting will be held at the and played-on their,repu- hill. The!), monument is now set, and of..a director.
I -V" with Rev. J. A. the work is complete. A. 'I ,
Presbyterian church tations. I F. "'"AVE'. ; w
Sutton, D. D.. of the Baptist church j
% preaching the. sermon, and other clergymen Nineteen games won and five lost ,
assisting. There is a general is the record today, with the following 6..... .... to ....... to. 0 to..O .. .... O .
invitation extended to every citizento games' this week and next: !,

L + N Free Service Clubs be present at the meeting, which Thursday, July 6, at Sanford. i.. ', r' '
will commence at eight o'clock.: Tuesday.. July 11, at Fort Meade. .IOOIOOI .10. ', I' .- :,
Thursday, July 13. Sanford at Kis--
Thirty Mills Levy simmee.

Was Set Last Year -
"Neutral Claude" Harper must be
glad the Loughman games are over. 'FLAVOR. 'I
That the' public may be aware of He has a tough time trying to agree
the county millage placed last year with both teams at the same time.

Come in and Register at Once as it is Fund herewith printed: Mills GAME WARDEN(! VERBALLY :
..L General Revenue _____.....__ 4.50 i REPORTS Indiana soft wheat flour 1 I. unequalled for fine '
Fine and Forfeiture .50 flavor. ,
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this offer will close next week Road -._;;__i._.___i__.;;._______ 8.00 I
warden for
Publicity _____..,....____________ .28 Ern'eat Shiver tola game
Tick Eradication .___.____.___ 1.60 this county, the commissionerson
Fair ... ___ .. ..26Special Monday that he was ready to makea ,.
---- ----- --- .
Oo- Road___.__,_.-._- B.OO written or a verbal report of whathe .. \; '"

1l. School .__....._.... __-.._.___10.00 had done since taking office. Up- .,
,' on being informed that a verbal report!
,' r would be all right he stated that he
-< Toi:1,:Mlllage ___x.8000Special .,

.mills Road Road Disirict.District No.. 1.No.five 2 of had the flIed'fifteen, defendants informations.bad-entered a Four pie : j, ...- <'i. '
Special ..
eighteen; _mills i..SpedaI-Road-DI.trtct: of'guilty.-and adbeena assessed .ol1 -- - + .--t". ,'- . ;:, : '- ,
-C nJFal DrugfQt$ each instance ; .. ,
No. 8.'four mule.,. ''& dollar and costs ia ; one. "'.
.". i
r( :.- i information bad been nolle pressed by ; \.' "lei a fancy patent l ade from tLts.uparfine. irhiat ''
4 : > ,LEGION TO, -M AREi JJtESORT' the county attorney; .and eight were the ffinest leavening
'; ..r -..., ": .... ,.. .., "- ,'.. ,, s, ,' '} 'arid still pending.- No names were given, :;or Wtnrst"flour very' ," As your =I':jgaIs. "
,Phone .AI'.i '" :: : ;.... .- Oklahoma"Clt;::Otie.hundred : Tbe.< warden -stated, also+;thatotherinformatdons ,'-, .
aN t,-I i :> ; '. sixty acres-of. 'land'near'Hobart;'Ok- -were under;way.'': He J"'t'' ,M iwM.w.i '
., I s ahoma, :has :IIeeD"'''purchased by'tb.' stated farther that' more than threetimes' Cft, R., CL,vYWberyjSeyssmuv .. >", : s'..Ii A"M
t .f." . . '. - America*" ;Legion.: Which' -win erect the usual total had been reeelred -. i 1 Ud. ,',DbtriUton, OrUuWeX' -. : I
thereon' ,. for licensee aof .
}'community resort hunting aggregate: )
"h. _"... "'.......... ._ ,..._ ,,_ . ij" _ _ .. i. $1,751.75,.having ,been'paid:in:; 't.: ... ,.. ... .................... ..., .... ...',...... ..i....
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; \
4 distance of 66 '
.. 1001 Itadlo communication started
;with live Islands in the, Hawaiian Everything U,easy sledding'at the ordinary ':..;{-.
Church .
wedding, ...
BIR group The; lint British ship Is fitted (Pentecostal) And the program mover along on 1
S ROOFS Iwlth the wireless telegraph
schedule time.
Brack and Oak Streets "
I 1002-Radiograph signals received There's the canopy creation and the
aboard vessels at sea at 1,500! statute l' W-alter'Lorenz ., maze ct' decoration.

PROGRESS OF RADIO ''miles, Signals received from,, a dls-' Sunday School Superintendent,' And a color scheme that's. usually: 1........
tsnc. of 2,000 'miles. sublime .
tE : THROUGH THE'YEARS : 1009-King Edward receives 'a ra- 10:00: a. m.--Sunday school. Inter. All attention on them centers as the y
p :silo message from President Roosevelt. national lesson. ,Classes\ for all ages. bridal party enters '
JIII.b-power'lItaUoDi[ were ordered by 11:00 a. m.-Divine worship. Spe- And a very solemn .-s- .J1-h pervadesthe '-
cial bible teaching room, .
: .Wireless, Research 'Began Long the atlantic Italian radio government sent/First.trans" -Telegraphic ,7:30 p. m.--Divine worship. Praise By her 'mother's side serenely, comer; t
14 testimony; Inspirational Singing. the bride attired queenly,
Ago, But Development Has. news service for ships at sea 7:30 p. m.--Thursday, Praise. Tee. But no one ever ;Seems to ,seethe..
Is started. Marconi knighted In Rue tlmony. Preaching.Everybody groom.
Been Swift Lately.', .sla. cordially invited to' all :J.ft.

J tf>WTijUlll 1004-The first press message was services. 'Come." "Pray." "Be-. When the ceremony's spoken and' the
I Ii "
Wireless research started many i-St'Dt,fterosa the sea Heve. spell at last is broken, ,
1; L- IBI year ago, as far back even as 1827. 190ft\-Patent suit started In New St Everybcdy rushes up to greet the'
Even the radio telephone is not a ret York between ute Marconi and De Fore (Episcopal) Church bride,

tt -r w- -r7"' --perfection |t-ratbe-U is that-Intro-|j'-' t company.. ,Rev_ L.. H._,,Kirkby. Rector, : Everybody. tries to{ kiss her' and nonawanta.Laartasher 1 laymen of the Lumap'f'j Patent for horizontal Qlrecdoaelaerial - : .,
voice and music! has suddenly' popular- Is taken out. This was a great 9:45 a. m.-Church school But the groom Is shoved conveniently
Iced something that wireless men had I"step'foYward' in long-distance work.: 11:00 a. m.-Morning: prayer and aside; y
?Y i WITH thought a psstlme or amusement. Here j 1000-International conference is sermon. Subject: ""The Light' of With his heart all in a flutter, and,
;Krt AWAY GUESSING Christian Example. his tongue all in a stutter
[ Is the chronological record of wireless :held In Berlin, at which moot of the All are welcome-especially the And his manner quite suggestive o;

: .countries of the world are represented. 'stranger' within our gates" ? a tomb
It? 1827-It was found that the magnetic 1P07-The use of steel) disks for He is so Intensely stupid, people mar-
THE wrong guess when you buy rooF. discharge from a leyden jar 'producing' notes were successfully Presbyterian Church vel much that Cupid _IP\\ "
would magnetise a steel needle ''tested. Ever thought of such a lobster for.. ::&.oif"
cost hundreds of dollars. Rev. W. II. Dresch, D D., Pastor
Irlg may you 18S1 Electro-magnetic Induction Radio stations In Ireland and Nova groom.

was discovered between two entirely { 1 Scot la were opened for limited public 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school.
It'will pay you to see us before you buy. Tell us the separate circuits by' Michael" Faraday service. 11:00 a. m.-Worship and sermon There is plenty of attention''and no .. ........

Y11' kind of building you're buying the roof for. Then we e 1887-Cooke and Wheatstone of II 1008-Jladlo stations opened for un Theme: "The Heart of Religion. - Of the end drygoods of fuss and that mention-the-lady haa "
." London 7:00 m. Junior Christian 'En .
I't "Englajid, and Morse of the IUmlte4. 'public service between Great p. --
can give you sound advice and save you real money., United States take out first patent for I I Britain and Ganada.1900Steamship deavor. Everything's, enumerated how thetroosaoo

: electric telegraph. In collision with an- 7:00 p. m..-Senior Christian. En- was create ,, __ __
Whether need! Bird' Paroid. Bird's ArtCraft'tile deavor.
you ) 1888-K. A. Btelnhell of Munich other oft the coast of Florida sue- 8:00 From the stockings to the rosebud In

' ( or shingle design), Bird's Plain Slate Surfaced. suggested that a system of wireless Iceeds in calling assistance by radio. by: Rev.p. m.J.-A.Union Sutton.service D. "u.,- conducted -, her hair.

r + -' --- Birth Ai ;Bud Cranitized Roll Roofings'orBird's telegraphy could. be established..after j 1910r-Marconi ,receives messages 8:00: p,, Wednesday Prayer, : She's perfection in each feature and
his dlecovery the use of the earth ie.700 miles while on board'blp going service. is such a charming creature
Twin Shingles, we can prove'to'you by e:. return. ,to South America Just a symphony from fairyland in

} ample right here in town that the right Bird's Roof. 184O-Joseph Henry (U. a A.), produced Spanish radio company formed. Christian Church But bloom,
no one thinks of caring for the

k'J i' ** in the long run. is the cheapest,roof you can buy. oscillations the first, and high-frequency stated that! electric the 1 radio 1911-stations Canadian tor 20 government 1ean.I leased Allen J. -''Miller Pastor. For shroud no the groom Is wearing.
one ever seems to see thegroom
condenser discharge Is oscillatory 1012 Radio distress from 10:00
signals a. m.Sunday school C. E. ,
Prices are down. Repairs must be made. Buildings 1842- Wireless experiments were ;the Titanic bring'asaleince and save Yowell superintendent.

''i j i t must be put up. NOW is the time to get busy with i! made by S. F. B. Morse by electric j lives of 700 passengers.. 11:00 a. m. Sermon. Theme: GRAND OLD PARTY GEMS
r/F hammer and conduction<< through water across 1018-Tests were made between the "How To Get the Blessings of Free W.
sawv favor reform from within and
rt Washington canal and across wide I Eiffel tower in France and the sta- dom. Come and enjoy this meeting advice
7:00: Chri-jtian our to our great party of proegrass -
rivers. p. m.- Endeavor.
JUIU st SOU.I l-.. , ,-' system for transatlantic into Central Asia an explorer received church. quit. so many things to make Cordell
communication was suggested. his longitude and time signals from a 8:00 Hull Happy.
: m.
p. Prayer
1846 Water was used as a conducting :distant radio station. Meeting.We The republican party. sis we have ... ,
'- 'f W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY medium in wireless experiments 1014-Marconi and radio officials welcome you to worship with I always said, is the party of conservation "..
across a wide river.1849IntetHglble (start test of wireless telephone be- us. and here we find ourselves on the
signals were act 'tween,' vessels' of the Italian fiett The eve of another campaign with almost ..
a sV KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ally sent Across a river 4, 00 feet test was continued between vessels on Methedut Charch enough unused campaign promises-

: wide in India, but the cost was found the high seas and voices' were heard left over from last time to see us
{ Rev. R. F. Hodnett, Pastor through.
prohibitive for commercial' use. ,with clarity at a distance of 44 miles.
1867-The electric waves that are ,One day radio telephone communlca- 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. J. L. What congress needs, and so we-
now utilized in wireless telegraphy :ton Overstreet wired" our great president in care of
12 ,
was kept up constantly for superintendent.
J.uxu :. mpsoarzst..a. : : and telephony were predicted in an hours. Great Britain declared war 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by Pastor. Senator to have Frelinghuysen. as he didn't
Subject: "Overcoming." intimidation.seem thought of'it before, is

Licensed funeral Director 7:00 4:00: p.p. m.m.-Senlor Junior League.League devotional Princeton University just characterIzed -
CAa .,
our great president as amen or .

.[-:-- A 5<*cM. s ,. ';:;;: Smrtttm, I. 1t.J. 8:00: p. m.--Union services at Pres- immense patience and self-ejffacing: ei
modesty among other things as it
byterian church.
: Sltwmrt Acwnm All fmtrm_ I handed Him
.4:00: p. m.-Monday. Literary and an honorary degree the
Ki-l-_ High Grad Ambulact Stnica at Call r social meeting of the Woman's Missionary : other day but we have our moments
1st. Society. ; depression and we watch, congress
Of flee: 14,* PHONES!: Residence: 71 : wiggling and
wobbling around from
int. t 4 4:00 p. Wednesday.; Story hour
$ ?a In The Bungalow day to day, when we wish it might
--- abnt 8.00 p. Wednesday.. Prayer conscientiously have added a little
H., HAROLD HUME. M. P. SIMMONS D. A MORRISON., r'1 Meeting something about how terribly hard- ,'
.Pr..I4 s4 Vice President Sec A Tr..... boiled he is. when occasion demand.-

Best FartiBzeraHonest Juectid Sprayers Poultry Supplies STOP_ LOOKLISTENWe Ohio Stats Journal-republican.PILLOV i, '

r ,Goods Fair Prices prompt Shipment welcome you to our Endeavor. CASE PARTY
Ask Your Neighbor-He Knows Where do you spend your Sunday ; "
yt O.t' NEW JDI.T lat Price Ll.t, JUST ISSUED evenings T Jersey City.-A sheet pillowcase
Come and enjoy with or towel was the price of admission ... +
us at seven
E. ,
Flo da
1 o'clock, a lively Christian Endeavor to an entertainment given by the American - "
meeting at the Christian church.) Legion Auxiliary at Wildwood. T Ii-
New Jersey, to acquire'needed linen: JL? ,.
for sick and wounded soldiers confined t
666 quickly relieves Colds,. Coasb'patioa in a New Jersey hospital.

; Bilioutae and Headache A More than 2,500,000 farms In this-

Fine Tonic county are equipped with,telephones.
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iSTWRIGLEYS Elisabeth A. Bergner, Radio Instructor Lane T.ohnleel! ;! High School, Chloago I of
and Her Class

address before the Royal Society In Kipon Germany August 4 and all prt-

London, England. /pate radiotelegraphy and telephony _
1880-The sending of an electric cur l Isuspended.

reot through earth was systematically 3915 Radio communication between %p.i

studied by John Trowbrldg. of America and Japan is completed. The

Harvard. It was' found that slrnat'l. (stations were located at, San Francisco
tag might be carried on over large ,!, lend Tokyo with a relay station at Hon- ..1 '
distances between places not connectedby 'I I Ofo1u. .4b
wires. The American Telephone and Telegraph "' ,

1889-It was found that telephonic company succeeded! In radio telephoning 4 i ,P r

speech could be conveyed by Induction from Arlington station at ,
over II space of quarter mile. This [Washington to Hawaii, a distance of "
experiment took place In England. :jnenrly 0,000: miles.

1880-:.Electric waves were suggested Secretary Daniels of the United i

as being particularly suitable [ nary transmitted telephonic
for the sending of signals through Mates( from Washington to the ,
fogs [Brooklyn; navy yards.1016President r .'

1802-An Instrument for the detection Wilson and the ml- e r ,

of electro-magnetic waves was ikado of Japan exchange messages "
discovered which was given the name !lover the new transpacific radio service

of a "coherer." which JI formally opened. 1 .

1804-A scientist of Berlin signaled j 1917-Senators Marconi visits the Purina" Made the Difference
e through three miles of water. 'United States and aids greatly In re-

1806 High frequency waves excite: jcrultlng for radio operators for the
r i laying ability. But the hen on the + .
curiosity of Senatore Marconi. United States army '
: right was fed a common gram ration while .', > :
1886-First patent for practical, 1918-Wireless telephony progressed :
; the other was fed Purina Chicken Chowder and lii
wireless transmitting system Is taken ( being used to y
a great extent
""raPlcU1. i Purina Hen Chow. Grains have lots of material
. V This new 4 out In London by Marconi. Afterward, [ equipment of airplanes. (1
I r- successful signaling was carried out !; Several new long range stations for yolks, but far too little for whites. As they! !' .

'< sugarcoatedgum over distances as great as one and were erected In the United States, It .:can't lay yolks only, grain-led hens lay fewer eggs. :!fr. "' '; ,

delights ; / 1. one-quarter miles. Sir W1111am' Preece [being claimed for, one built at Annapolis Purina Chow !t
of the British postofflce system Interested lis, that it was capable of communication Poultry Feed from "

young and old his cohorts in Marconi's 'wireless at 4,000 miles. The United farm a compute radon contain, :- *ChecfaboarJ ,..4 '.
:' I experiments.: States government also opened a high- material for an equal number' ,ti
t 1807-Marconi establishes communi power station at Bordeaux. .of whites and yolks.. get \ ..f
It "melts hems
u In your cation between points four miles dl.- I r In September of this 'year radio signals .tfce moat out at your andCBtthsfMdingeoatpOTdannsggB. <. >'

mouth and the gum in the tant.. Balloons were used to suspend sent from a point 12,000 miles .;] PURINA PURINA! j
antenna. away were received Ins Sydney, Aus ,More-Effgs Guarantee
f ", cent r remains to aid digestion* '- Msrconl demonstrates his wireless tralia. 'You get:yout HEN [HOW CHICKENCHQWKRK t

d 'x teeth system! before the king of. Italy, communicating 1919-With the exception of the CUcktn doat.agnbdePekerliiopaaHln.a.i l 1IMa1o.
brighten soothe
land mouth'e with two Italian warships three transatlantic nights- the Chow, led a* directed, dont pto- -1 J
and-throat "* nine miles distant. '. 8. NO-, and the British. flights ofcock duce more eggs than any other .:;;' M j
Tie first Marconi station is erected I and Brown and tn> dirigible fanon.trial when VVby should :you pat off .Mw1 ,
a take
There are' 'the other WRIGLEY on the l$. of Wight and experiments; -&f, in which) radio communication wo the risk :<

conducted over a distance of 14 mIl_ !eyed an important part In keeping .D.U"* c4 promptly by A T
"': frienda Near the end' of the the CI hips of the air their <
;to;.choose .frorn, > oos year first on courses ,
...-- *. jrfa **".* "' ,, floating' wireless station was successfully ', very great progress was made )In
i i / w t ; 'operateeL' radiotelegraphy...although,radio ;:telephony t

T. 1898-Th.,.flat paid, ttarconlgram was being pushed alone quietly. FLORIDA FEED STORES

was ,sent ,from the, Isle of Wightstation. Restrictionsupon amateur receiving

.' .? "" \ f and sending:eer.Iltled by the Americn ,.. ..
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1899Repor'mall. on lighthouseaccident , government, j "" .,

byradio-: -? First French gunboat 11920-Thiswa*' the ',ey of the radiotelephone .. 306,: Broadway'TELEPH'ONE ;/ -i
IIl1ttecJ'wltJa radio apparatus. _
< in more attention probably beln
\ : ; .Vlentta'-' communication between twoballoons' !I t paid"}U, thU branch"of radio than- '{ "YOUR ,;'
I '.is' established. New. Tork ittFlu older brother;:'elegraphyy .8.v- , NEEDS. _
Herald recelvts'Tsdlo-report of:International and; broadcasting stations .were: opened911mlayaatwu.anoter 1! : '

>; a ht races ,The Britt htgar : ; ; radio CaUUpNo.218: '
office Introduces Marconi ','apparatus ;tplepbonlo'year., ,R'was.lurked-by ; ,:

Into the ,Soa&African:! battlefields.' .th0pcnlnc 4>t numerous broadcasting. trw.p'ONEtEIGILX-, : ......: ., .; .. :!.. ;
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THE. .. ; J .- . . ;SHTEN_

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". ...o .. . ..oo..t.' .. door'.. a. jfu'dVe"of ;>r ohath-; for'my final CARD OF APPRECIATION .

:.' M.\ .to.l Hm. SAMPON TeacherConscientious j LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS, J I I and estate discharge that of at Oeorge-W.the a*same admlnlvtrator inarch time I deceased will of present the; I' wish 'to {sincerely thaftk' all l those' .,,1.I t' i

and Studious care u <. said court my final aoeounlsa who were. po kind to. me when I .,returned . .. ...
'I In Teaching Violin. Will teachat I Administrator of said sad with the body of ray deceased M .t."II\ rfl"rt"" : "ff"'
Home of Pupil For appointment .,, 1.U..f As ..._.& NOTICE Off A..rC'A'I'IOK FOR. TAX ask for their approval. estate . huaDandl.'for the kind from bf':1t? ': " ' .
phon. 110, Saint Cloud.B. DEED 1 Date June, U. A.' D H21. greeting .. 'tt'"' >!.i( :&"
: those who have known
Utf J.1. MAtitBE me> all my U",' '
e ..,..... ......... NOTICE! Is hereby given that the Notice Is hereby given. That A. 9.Reed .It it _Administrator life, and those whoa acquaintance '" .
Chamber purchaser of Pall: ; Certificate No. hal ,
of been
Commerce. a corporation 21st Is T. dated the Sd day of June, A. D. GUARDIAN- NOTICE OP APPLICAi hip shorter) for the flower
a of regular meeting held on the S n.., haa filed said certificate In my office tendered and for their presence
day May, the follow TIOI FOR DISCHARUBi
,' ing resolution 1(22! adopted, and has made application for at the services..,, I found it Impossible

DICKERSONCONTRACTOR RESOLVED: that Section 1 of deed Said to certificate Issue In accordance embraces with the In Court of the County JudgiOsceola to hear a word direct from the relatives

.... Article VI of the Charter of theKlsslmmee described . County State of Florida. In ra Ba of late husband aa to the
tat. ,
Chamber of Commerce Florida of Esther Sllaa Minor.
\ : AND BUILDER be amended to read as follow.: In Ooeola County I" to-wlt7 Notloe I* hereby to> all whom disposition }>f the remain. *-and I felt 0 .
Lot 10 of Breeae. fly.n.
The President. Vloa-Presldent The said land Cap being assessed at the It may concern: tha Guardian of it. my duty to se that:every respectwas ,
[: BricklayingLathing1) nattering1.,' and Treasurer and five Governors date of Issuance of said certificate lathe Esther Silas, Minor, will on the. 24th paid\to him at the I buriaL r
day of
.hall b. elected by the members of July. A. D. 1S2S, four we.k.'rom *
,Painting name of IB. J. Lesley. Unless said MRS. EFFIE I
the .
this such and date hereof the Honorable ,
corporation at
Not 121 Brack Street Kltilmmee certificate anal be redeemed according County "':i'r ..
t' ;, In such manner a* may be fixed In T. Ik Comer Judge of 'I , .
to law tax: deed will Issue thereon aid 1 ,..
County for final discharge M
the a*
by-laws. 10th my , 'I "
'f' on the July A. D. 1928. such Guardian \ 7""f" ' .
and shall also
4l. OVBRSTREBJT. prevent '((1! r,J"I.."' ; t
tl'i further, that Sec *. .Clerk Circuit Court; tar final account for, approvaL, .:" .'.r v 'r-..:""t.'1\ .. A /
,. G.,r. KRIBB8 W t. STEAD VI of the Sam.Charter .- Dated: June 19 A. 1>:" 1122.: 'tr/'i
Osoeola County, Florida. M. KAiZbyH. M, Kata ,,I": :,J'1,1> :. "v..
follows ;
be amended to read as .. r i" ., >
(Circuit Court Seal) "II-It ,
HR1BBS & STEED : t Ouardtan.MOT1C2S ., f' ., 1" ""if.;', <0 II';.

"The Secretary of the K .;lmm.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 2TTH JWDIClaL : .: 'V ;>" ..:.:; ,
"_..el. at Law Chamber OF APPLICATION FOR TAX ,
it tteners eel Mi of Commerce ahall be ap- OSCKOI.A K ,
'n CIRCUIT FOR : t,4
, "" III_aa_... gL.Ida-=--._ pointed by the Board of Governor _COUNTY. FLORIDA IN. HANCKHY. ..- DEED ',-, . ..

1 Seswml *.....1_ I. .11 .<.!.' and who salary shall and baven"-l'tprtlrttr1lt.-term of employment.providing -C5-P; .,,pWT lp>l:r Complainant/ < -re- Notice T -.w.-L- . ,'given. that J. K. Y
... .
t1...... IIt.t_ Cs .
such term nee' Johnston
r : however no Llda B. MO et al. Respondent, purchaser of Tax Certificate
hall be for a longer period than FORiOCLOSUREORDER No. 177. day' o' June At
until the next annual meeting of OF SERVICE BT' PUBLICATION D: 1818. tea" 1eJh"ate ,.. .. In my '

,. Pat Johnston O. P. GARRET the corporation.; office,and has mad application for tax
NOTICE. therefor given that application To the Respondents, Llda E.! Mosher, deed to Issue In accordance with law.
JOHNSTON' & GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW will be made to the Honorable widow Robert Warln. and Isabelle Said certificate embrace the following FOR SALE
" C. O. Andrews of the Seventeenth described situated In OsceolaCounty e
L. Waring his wife L. H. McCarey
Circuit:; : I'dert.O .
,:' Judicial. of Florida and Has..f MCCarey his wife, and W. : THEvD'IEMosqultoel
"J at Orlando, or wherever he tflr.ef'r A Cramer unmarried, : Lot .125. Kissimmee'Helgrei. FOR RINT--one! small five-room
I;, Of cell 10, 11 and 12, OBceoli Band the approvar of July: A. D : It appearingfrom. the affidavit of The "ald, land being asseasrd:at the house on Flndley avenue) price l(

BuildlnR.KISaiMMEH. his of the amendment to the C. A. Boyer attorney and agent for C. date of Issuance of said certificate In per month, J, M. Duncan, alaaager
aid Charter ; P. Whlpple, Complainant ID the above the name of Much Brother Unless Maid 20-4t
FLORIDANEID'S KISSIMMEE! CHAMBER styled cause, that your places of residence certificate shall be redeemed accordion
"-.. OF COMMERCE are unknown; that there l* to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on FOR SALE-One young Jersey cow;
'. By H M. KATZ, Its'President' person In the state of Florida service the 17th day of 'July. A. I>. 1D12 good shape. M. L Wages, Postoffloe and all 'other insects Juan "
(Corporate Seal) of.a subpoena upon whom 'woud bind J. L. OVERSTREET. Box 12*. Klsslmmee Florida 20-ltX
Attest and that you are over the age of Cleric Circuit Court pass away. for"keep ;when
BATHS J. D. AVOODBKCK, It* Secretary lOU Osceola County Florida.
'-one. years FOR SALE-I-room dwelling bath new '
II-It IT IS ORDEBEb that you and each (Circuit Court Seal)_2T-8t plumbing and lighting. : also twenty- \WATSON'SSkeeterKiller
Of you t !>lllherein four acre farm at 1'eghorn, under
Bet For Many D leuelGooel' PROCLAMATION AND NOTICE OF tiff.anth.ufd\ ll"u.e NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR I"OR cultivation; good house and barn. Inquire ,
A. D. 122 FINAL, DISCHARGE "at 211 Main .tr.... Klsilmme
SPECIAL ELECTION! It Is further ordered that this order 27-4tx
baths with water direct from be published once a week for eight In Court of the County Judge OBOeolaCounty

medicinal well. Open Tuesdays, KI..imme.May, .. Mayor of the City of consecutive weeks In The Klsslmmee f Florid :: :. K.- FOR SALESTounu Jersey cow milk.
from 9:30 ... ', by virtue of the Valley Gazette a newspaper' publishedIn tate of Joseph Root. D 'ce ing! ISO. Also Improved Porto Rico
Thursdays vested: .. I. J R Hu In Osceola County Florida.WITNK8H Notice Is hereby given, to all whom It potato vines at f 1.BO per thousand. ,.
w. to 5:00 p. m. A short drive from g ranc..r. ; < ofa:: my hand and seal of the may concern that on atre.I day of Telephone 188. J. N. Parker 2ttf
Klsslmmee. Phone 208. eimmee. Court this Tth. day of. June, A. July A. D lass. I to the
er In mo vented, by Section 1971 Revised D. 122.Circuit. .. Honorable T. L. Comer Judge of said FOR SALE-Wooden washing machine I is used. Made in Kisslmmee by Wati
General Statute. of 120 nf the ( Court Court a* Judge of Probate for my
Orders for" the water may be left State of Florida HEREBY GIVE NOTICE J. tlbvERSTREPJT.CI.rlc.. final discharge aa Administrator of the .treed,: nearly new. Apply. 801 Main 20-tf son-Hall Manufacturing Company,'

at residence 614 Patrick street. that the City Council of the Cityof estate of Joseph Root. deceased; .nd.guaranteed by the manufacturers)
Klsslmmee Florida. at It* regular NEWELL A: BOTER and at the same time I will present to
adjourned meeting; hold at the City Solicitors for Complainant J8-8t said Court my final account as Administrator RABBITS-Have a number of young and the following dealers] who sell Hi
: APPLICATION TAX of said and asK New Zealand Reds ready now. Prime. Bowen Grocery Company 150
Owner Hull In Kltslmmee. Florida on the Tthdtfy NOTICE: OF FOR estate tock. L. A. Ouessaa, St. Cloud -Fla People'
of Juno. A. D. 1911, unanimously DEED approvaL and lOe Store, 8.,T. ..Fansler E. 'E.
adopted the following resolution: Dated: June U. A. D. 122PHARB8 '
FOR SALE-Potato barrels In ally Brown W W. Irey Central Drue
of NOTICE I. hereby given That R. E. ROOT. ,
the ::...lfm:8o' the percent City of CTrl f fin. purchaser: r.fd Tax CertificatesNo. 28-St Administrator. Correspondence quantity. Special solfcltsd.price In Clearwater carlota. 'Store, Rexall Drugstore, RobersoniDrugstore
I have 841 and No. *- the 24 day -
Klsslmmee, Florida ) petitioned Taylor System. Names of
,-Telephones/ -Of nee. No. ell; Residence the City Council for a of June A. D. 'l91has filed said certificate NOTICE] FOR FINAL DISCHARGEIn Manufacturing Company, Clear-
other live merchants will be added
No. 212 chance In the form of the present In my office and has made ap- water. Florida. IT-tf ,
municipal government. and the plication for tax deed to Issue In accordance The Court of County Judge, State of from week to week. ;
: Hours: 2.20 to 12.00; 1.00 to 1:00: election of a Charter Board a. with law. Said certificate Florida. 7n the Estate of Jno. M. FOR BALE). For hens furnished
appear by three certain petition embraces the following" described property Lee Deceased Osceola County.Notice Rooms and No Trespass tfata-.lO;
DR. B. L. WILKERSON on file with the'City Clerk and by ,.situated in Osceola County Florida \ Is hereby given to all whom It cent each at The a 4tt
the Certificate of J R. Gilbert.l ae to-wlti may concern that on the 11th day of .'
DENTIST City Clrrk of the City of Klsslm. Certificate No. ItT: Lots taD and 426. September, A.abf.l l'l. I shall I'
mae, Florida: Seminole Land and Investment Ce m- to the n ; Comer Judge FOR SALE-Fine ld chr
Office Over The Rerall Store. THEREFORE, Be It resolved bvthe'City pany'a Sub-division of the WV4 of Section of said Court. as Judge of Probate for Apply at the offlo of Valley . ,..
Council of the City of 2 In Township 2( South Rang 20"ertlfl'cate my final discharge aa Executrix of theestate Oasette. Klsslmmee. 2-tf .
Klaslmmee: of Jno M, Lee. deceased, and --- ,"-
That an election be held on the No. 27. Begin 140 feet that at the same time I will presentmy FOR SALE--On* Bets Electric Wall ,
S2d day of July I D. 1S22, for South of the Northeast corner of Block final accounts a* Executrix of said Plate. Practically new. At a Seasonable "
the purpose of ''ettin a Charter 24 Patrick's( Addition to Klsalrnmee state and ask for their approval. price. Apply/ Valley 0asetts. ,
Board* City run West 140 feet. South to Ernest Dated July 6. A. D. 122. T-tf.
JESSIE D. KLEINMAN RKSOLVED. Further that five street East along said street to DORA S. LEE. I '
resident qualified voters of the Railroad Right of Way thence Northeasterly 20-St Executrix. FOR SALE-Two boya ..ul..r ,: ::
Work City of Klsslmmee. Florida, shall along Right or Way to Dlllln- old else' velvet" one dark blue, one : \
Copying I
constitute the said Charter ham avenue, thence North to beginning -.. } dark green" Russian style white ,'
Hoard to perform the duties outlined : In Circuit Court Seventeenth Judi- collar and cuffs detachable. Nearly '1 '1,) ;;.:;} C
Phone 253. State Bank Building by Section. 171 to ISIS both The said land being assessed at the cial Circuit of Florida. In and new. Apply/ 201 Main street 4-tf . ..: "

\4.-..-. Inclusive, of- the Revised General date of Issuance of said certificate In for Osceola County. In Chancery. ., ya i: .:.:
8'ntule. of 19SO of the State of the name of Unknown and J. F. O'Berry. Myra L. Moore a widow. Complainant WANTED. .. ,"ir.: ,
Florida, and the five candidate Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ,. versus Taylor T. Tindall AGENTS WANTED-Sell the original 41 .
who receive the highest numberof according to law, tax deed will and Laura Tlndall. his wife: Walter Watkins Product Good city' terri ; .'i: :
votes at said election shall Issue thereon on the 8th day of July H. Tallla and Anna ell Tallls his. wife tory still open. Get our wonderfuloffer -0.- ji;
be thereby elected as a Charter A. D. 1.21. Respondents. Notice of Master Sale: and free samples. Write today :' '
Board. J L. OVERSTREET Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned J. R. Watkins Company Department ," '.I' ., '
RESOLVED. Further that at Clerk Circuit Court aa Special Master heretofore appointed 78, Memphis. Tennessee. . "i'J.iJ"'i' .
CITYMEATJARRET elector Osceola County. Florida. In the above cause that , ,fo.q
aid election only qualified ; ;pursuant 8-2tx /
of the City of KlMlmmee.: entitled (Circuit Court' Seal) to a final decree entered In said ',r'r I :'I>>:..... .r.'

to vote In the City elections, \By a H. BULLOCK. D. C: cause on the 28th day of June, 122, I r ,,(y',: .;.' shall be entitled to vote In the said 26-6t shall offer for sale and sell at public FOR RENT .. "
Special Rlectton ouwrr.for cash In hand to the hlg-h- .' ..,"" o\r. .
RESOLVED Further that H N. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR' .FOR. on Monday, August 7th. A. t .
fA Bratton. C. W. Griffin and J. MoPhatter FINAL DISCHARGE DTfT22.: between the legal hours of FOR RENT Two-story six-room \ ..
shall be sale-In front ref the Court House door. house, unfurnished, on Dixie Highway .. . . .
Stanley Bullock clerk\ ecttsa11 In Court of the' County Judge. Oaceola In Klsalmmee.'Osceola Countv. Florida, -40' Main street Apply at office '
Fresh Meat and lection County, Star of Florida* In re Estate the following described propert, to- of The Valley Qasette. or at 101 .
RESOLVED. Further that In all of General.. Jackson Tales, D*. ; Main street. 21tf .- . ...:..A
other d Special coaaed. .. WThe<'Southwest Quarter S\VU() of "'
election shall the came Notice Is hereby given, to all whom It thetSoutheaat Quarter wrETV>. of Sec- FOR RENT-Nlcelr furnished flat. FOR'YOUR STOVEWOOD ,
i- YegetablesIjri. manner ae elections are now, held may 22d day of tion Twenty-four (14). In Township Modern convenience Low rent forwrhmer. .. --. '
r.'cWn y of Klsslmme I for the July. e.tnc D. nlttatr.a: to th of City Officers." Honorable T. L. Comer Judge of said (14) East containing; forty acres, moreor '
Therefore hereby given Judge of Probate' for my 'Ie. -' Situate In Osceola County FOR RKNT!: --Quarters on the lower and spilt block, at one for the *ura-> ,
Phone 444DR.R. that a Special Y ToJ.will beheld In final t.41"a" aa'Administrator' of the Florida? floor of the Willson building on Darlington liter, month. Block

the City of Klsalmmeo Florida on estate of General Jackson Tatea deceased Date' July.'.,:A. D: 19214 avenue.. All ready for oc.cup.ncy" '2.85 for 120 block; split for store
I July 22. A. D: 122 at the.resrular pollIn ; 'and at the same time I will i JOHN 8. CADEL See J. M. Wlllaon or Dr.
it place In said city for the purposes present to said Court my final accountsas A* Special Master In Chancery -K. D. C. Watson of Watson-Hall wood gt1arantudfull brand.. $8.15.

; outlined In the above-quoted Resolution . Administrator of said estate* ,and. KRtRBH A STEED Manufacturing Company.. Klsslm All delivered.' ,Phone 'If'116# Brick
) D NNING ) ask for their approval Solicitors for ,Complainant. 20-St mew 12-tf street.' J. Bonnln. A.,,-t t 15-tf
J. i. "
WITNESS my hand as Mayor of the Patedi'J i'ex'b.A.oV. Miu: -
< DENTIST City of Klsslmraee, Florida I and my : 'ET. In Circuit Court Seventeenth Judicial STOLEN' ; wrrrw..1.,
hand as City Clerk, of the City of Klsslmmee Sl-Ct Administrator. Circuit of Florida, In and it fore, Gwtt.',,
Over the PostofTee.OFFICB Florida together with the corporate for Osceola County In Chancery STRAYED OR STOLEN-On* bar stallion ..1
seal of said .,ltv. this the Tth; NOTICE] OF APPLICATION FOR TAX C. P. Whlpple. Complainant versus ,. about three years old; black ,PVps sometimes, )'OU'" been''sit
12:10 1:20 te *
HOURS: I to : '
day of June A. D. 1922H. Elisabeth Donegan a single
DEED mane, tall and lower legs; part of tln' with an'ernJoyln
ReeUeoce& Phe M 174- R. MAY. woman Isabel L Warlnpc and R foretop cut short. Small whits spot a-grosslppin' aoraebodr; (

Office Phone IS* As Mayor of City KlMlmmee. Notice U hereby given, that James C: D. Waring, her husband, Respondents. over one eye; wire cut on right for it, too), when.all of:. Iud
J. R. GILBERT Tyson purchaser of Tax Certificates Notice of Master. Sale. ankle. Reward for return or for Information den they took a : omebody: '
(Seal) No. tl and 96. dated the 7th day of Notloe I* hereby given by the un or- .. recovery. J. D.TI.o. 10v cL',,
'. '. A* City Clerk City of Kls.lmmee. June. A. D. 1>IO, has flied'.",Id certificates aliened as Special Master heretofore appointed ... Lake Wales Florida, car of you Mayb* you were. eatln' to-
*f U-1t In my o'flce. and has made application In the above cause, that pursuant Milton Griffin $10-21 Btather"' an' ..licht.dUn"t. \
for tax: deeds to Issue In accordance to a final decree entered In said want' another'. bite.I You' uhDberecl
NOTICES OR ADMINISTRATOR FOR with law. Said certificate embrace cause on the lath day of June 122 I TAKEN FROM' MY CAR on Wednesday .
dme Work tad to home to
M. TILLER FINAL DISCHARGE the following described property shall offer for sale and ell at public June IK, on. stethoscope one you' hurry; ,

situated In Osceola County Florida to- outcry; In hand, to the highest blood-pressure gauge, and a flashlight an/ you Just. counldnt ret. away. .quick
wit: bidder on Monday, August Tth. A. Liberal reward for return to enough., -
. 01.
I. C..n .f the Omaty *
Real Estate Agency. Ct y. State .. FlerMa Lots 26 27 and 28. Narcoo...... Section D., 122 between the legal hours of Dr. H. 8. Geiger office. ,over Rober-. ,
8, Township 26 South Range 21 sale. In front of the Court House door son's drug? store. Sstf
ayia'srsia- .-..-11-.... In Kisslmmeet OsceeltOeuntyr'lorida -
s-> In re Estate of George W. Fertlc. East and Lot 12 of Narcoossee Section f
!., Realty Bought and sold. Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt >, Township 26 South Range II East. the. following described property. to. MISCELLANEOUS
The said land being assessed at the
thaon the 20th day
Houses rented. of may July, A. D. 1122, I shall apply to date n.o Issuance of said certificatesIn ; The South half (S14) of Lots One SECOND HAND OOODS. bought sold 66 E)
and Block
C.-Sackhaff (1) Two (2) of Sixteen (1)
the Honorable T. L. Comer Judge. of name of and H. E.Page. .
and .
repaired. Th Casino. 44-tf
of Robert Baas' Addition to the Townof
Taxes paid and Titles verified aid Cuort a. Judge of Probate for Unless said certificate shall be
my final discharge a* Administratrix redeemed according to law, tax deed Klsslmmee City. Florida Said 'I
for non-residenU. will Issue thereon on the 17th of premises being In the Northeast Quarter I
of thee estate of George W. Fertlc. deceased day "
.. ; and that at the same time I July. A. D. 1322. of the Northwest Quarter KISSIMMEE
Fire Life and Accident (Insurance. PLUMBING
NWW) of Section II .
( )
J. L. OVERSTREET, Twenty-two ?
aooount will present a. Administratrix to said Court of my said final es- Clerk Circuit Court. Township Twenty five (25) Sogth Dag.; .r Buss Fever It IciBf Atgtnu.

tale; and ask for their approval. Osceola County Florida. Rang. Twenty-nine II" East. SHOP .
Indemnity Bond. Dated May 12th. A. I>. 121 (Circuit Court Seal). ST-it Dated July '. A. D 122. .
.... .. ...... .... ..... ... 22-lt Administratrix.:: NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FOR TAX As Special Master In Chancery.KRiBBS .
DEED A STEED 1 frothing Too
Solicitors for Complainant. 20-5t Big
NOTICE. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Notice Is' hereby given that F. H. I Go'
Too Small
DJIIID!: .' Lawson purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. No. 2(7. Report of the condition of Nothing Buildings[
P.' A. VANS AGNEWATTORNHTATLAW .*. and Tax Certificate No. 140. The Bank of Saint Cloud at Saint .,
l Notice Is offvTax that B O both dated the Sd day of Juno, A. D. Cloud In the State of Florida at the d
Hancock purchaser Certificates 11. has filed said certificate In my close .of business June 20, 122 All Work GuaranteedTo
NOL SI and S2, dated the Tth day of office and hat mad application for _......
OFFICES June. A. D. 120. has filed said certificates tax: deed to Issue In accordance with Loans OQ Real Estate -tlS, ll.22:
Winter .Park Florida I In my office and has made appli- law. Said certificate embrace the following Loans on Collateral Security Be Satisfactory .
cation for tax deed to issue* In accordance d situated In Other than Real Estate -82.SS7.60 UpQuicklY ,
with law. Said certificate embrace Osceola : edJft rrtYto- : All Other Loans and Discounts 11,12207Overdrafts

. :t:.. the following described property. Lots 11 and 12, Plne4t..Lot. Zl and -__-_ -- None; ,
situated In Oeceola County Florida to- 12. Plnedale.The UnlteA States Bonds *....71 15 Broadway : Telephone 143
wit: said land being assessed at the State County and Municipal-
The NEW. of 8W14 of Section 22. date of Issuance of said certificate In Bond. 1.1.'l5
J DR. J. J. HARVEY Township 15 South Ranee 2T East, the name of Dr. Wm. Oeenbach. Unless Banking House. Furniture When lumber l ii osel, For there
CHIROPODIST OF TAMPA NWi of NH14 and NBUof 8E% of said certificate ahallbe redeemed and Fixtures .441.01 SEED CORN COWPKA MILLET our
, Hotel Section' 2S, Township 15. South. Range according to law tax deed will Issue Due from Incorp--------------11.401.17 GRAB SEED. SOHUHUBL-for Im. I* no time lost" In selettlnj'gutidi' ,,
Will be at The Graystone Kast. thereon on the 24th day of July, "A. l>. Claims and other Resources 162.69 mediate hlpment. All seasonable '
the Tth and 8th of each month. ITT said land being assessed at the 1128. Cash Items -- 1.111.1' Yield and Vegetable Seed Write for boards or in matching-. The IOMU
date of Issuance of said certificate In J. L. OVBRSTREET Cash on Hand .__,-10,472.74 Price Llat and Catalogue. Our beautiful '
the name of Jessie Clarke I Clark Circuit Court. Accrued Interest ._ 1.26.00 and Instructive catalogue I I. free ber sent out from her can: be' used

Unless said certificates .hall be redeemed Osceola County, Florida. and gives valuable Information on with the minimum amount of'workt 1
, according to law, tax deed will (Seal) Total$202,426.31Llahlllties farmingand gardening'Florida and .
Issue thereon on the 21st day of July 2S-6t By 8. H. BULLOCK. D. C.. the South. Write to us today for U>.,up. Its use saves time aa well as
A. D. 1323. Capital Stock Paid In $15,00000 special price on your seed requirement
Robert Riedel Co. J L. OVERSTREET. i NOTICE, OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Surplus Fund -- 000.00 *. Our, complete. stock will enable insuring a ,better building' in'erefy; :
(Circuit Court Seal> I DEED Undivided Profits (Less Expenses -* us to supply you to>> advantage la way. And oar price. spec economy 1INSURANCE
price and quality.E. .
Clerk Circuit Court, and taxes paid)- 261.0* .
Osceola County. Florida. Notice Is hereby given that C. A. Individual Deposits Subject to every time.. | ;
W II-It Straub purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. Cheek _.-_ _77.1 BO.27 "-- i
65. dated the Tth day of June Savings Deposits -511..n.ZO A. MARTIN. SEED CO. . ,
'r Novelty In Circuit Court. Seventeenth Judicial 120. has filed said certificate ,t'rZ: Demand Certificate* ofDepoalt LUMBERi '
Circuit of the State of Florida office and baa made application for 1100.00 WOODWARD '
In and for the County of Osceola In tax deed to Issue' accordance. with Time Certificates of DepoaUa'.I18.U Oleeet sad Largc-at lead He*** la .

Chancery S. B. Owen. *. Receiverof law. Said certificate embraces. th. followi.r Cashiers Checks outstanding Florida. Telephone 220 IKisSIMMEE .

- Works the Water A Carson Grocery situated In. Due to Incorporated. Banks___ 2.000.00 M2-200 Hart Bay St. "............Fla,
Company. a corporation Complain Oaeeola County Flor to-wlf .. __ : : FLORIDA:
.nt versus Pearl Johrao-i and Fractional EU of daa of SW Jar-. Total$203,455.31State n --
' Henry Johnson her husband. Repondent NEK and. NWU of Park or Florida- .-ems

i4D *. Notice of Master's Sale dens. In Section. IS, Town IP II'So"Ul. County of Osceola. '*. .......... .... .. ...O..O..O..O .OO. .o..
Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned Renl.I' East.The I, 0. R. Bleech. cashier of the above-
1.' OUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY as Special Master heretofore appointed SB-Id land being assessed at the named bank do solemnly swear that '
In the above cause: that pursuant date .. Issuance of aald certificate the above statement Is true to the. best : ;
: ALL INTERIOR FINISH *o a final decree entered In said I the name of W, J. La Rue. Unless said of lilY knowledge.,and b.Uef. : ;
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES cause'on the' 22th day of Jun. 122. I; certificate shall b* redeemed accordingto ... '' 't. 0. a. BLEIICtI. .
hall offer for sal. and 'cell at publleoutcry law,. tax deed will Issue thereon on '.. ,w Caahleri' r ,
WINDOW' AND DOOR SCREENS for. cash In hand to the hl.hi the 24th day of July A. D. 122. CORRECT-ArTEBT: : . -
est bidder on Monday. August i ," 1. L. dVERSTREErr J. K., CONN. ., : T PROTCTSt i; ;

-- D-.1I22..betweenthe.legal_bQ.ur..o .-, v Clerk Circuit Court ...:. ..,.. j. WM..H:; TITNNICLIFFB ; l _Ut .
T 'Phon.-210-for-Estlmate.---; r ale. In front of the Court Hows* door, i ,'. 'Osceola..County Florida.T'( rr- "OrA BEEECH wJ--=?* TT-t- -A, .
In Klsslmmee. Oaceola County. Florida, I ,, ). '' .. '-Subscribed and sworn to Before me
''i 8 l ". the following, described_ property to- ', '. aHTBuixoc ri.. ,c.or his Sib day.of Sui" 1921.GLADYB J"" "SE:BVIE' :
Streets'c wltjJft 1 J 8AUNDERS.
_.,.I Darlington an&Hlaery Lot of Block ,"A" of, .crnc ADMINISTRATOR. ;.POR 2.-l 1" ?., Notary Public.Bawair .I .. .. -- 'Iaiu
Lot Fifteen '- .' "
SS1I1I1EE" s s. _FLORID Wm. .II" Subdivision of L.D.alIA.tiI.; Tt1AT:tlSflfs'
(12)-of Payne and Faroe's addition : " new army InaiimUwfll be '(,'the. Town IClsalromee' City,I jacourt.r Ceant 41f 8t.t.-o'thCounty..brlda fjadgre' .Jn'Geceola.....-Ba a. green. leaf on nd field the leaf .....1<. .via:.......... .,Iit..... ... .... .. .. ....'..II raytt{ evro w.w7 save...eth' list : .: .l '

!t' .K.K (S"8** Dated Jet;, l.: : 'n: '1111: tate of George W. ,. to be separated from its background '
Da..i FOTWVfVrVTc.j.1 i N& CADEL Notice I. hereby given to"allt whom : INSURANCE'AGfNCYJ;
; r v., I by: yellow piping Tbl* insignia I* tobe LUPERS' { .
special It ._.... thai. ''the S
,<: ,.a UCrJrH.ft i .'., KRIBBS A* STEED Mater. la'Chancery. 1 E r, of mar Jaly<'A.o Ek.rltS2. I shill en' apply ta to day the worn a. a shooM.r patch by officers I .; ,:; :.: ; .. n' .....:.;:.Jh;... _. ;' ;H' '.: .:.. .T ,..... ,

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Osceola Won Red Ribbon -- W.:._ '

( IN SOCIETY'S' REALM. For Bedroom at Outing '

Mis Albina Smith, returned '

; FORMER RESIDENTS promptly on time Thursday evening THE MELTING PRICES AT ,
t VISITING KIS8IMMEE from Winter Park bringing her club '. .
and Mrs. II. girl who left with her early Monday c
their .on. Earl of MIamIMorrow morning-.and all report a most de- '1
1, pending several days in Kissimmee. lightful occasion. '
Iu truest* of the parent. of Mrs. Morrow.Mr. ,The following. clippings from the '
and Mrs. J. H. Eby. The visitor: -' .
are former residents of Klsslmmee morning was given over' to 'Gilbert's Hot-Weather Sale :
a and have",a large.list of friends here. the ,usual work many ,:'Of'' the girls ,
'f hurrying in the finishing of the gIngham -
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED) hats'which' were the special articles -
H demonstrated during the meet. t "
The engagement is announced of In< yf Mrs Gladys M. Foster; of 220 Beau- are charming a* well, and when
mont avenue north and William S. framing'fresh faces 8..
young are
a.perfect Will End Saturday Night July
sl Graham, of 105 Park street. The date joy to the beholders. The girls .
a for the nuptial. has not yet been selected all colors and combinations

r made public. and Miss Albina Smith, the Osceola -, ,
demonstration agent was teacher in ; "r

-- 1N: CAMP party of AT merry CONWAYA girls went- from 1hrmanufact"un--,1-nr1lllU-were-pi work: exhibition done in sewing... well especially as much of fancywork the ton : And Kissimmee's Greatest Price Cutting Event, Passes Into History.: Those who have #

*, Kissimmee Conway days, and yesterday lake-plan.for having a to session"make as of camp"at largea several who from,is the by eighteen youngest the girls with who who the ranged is ten.preponderance in to age one not partaken of this Bargain feast will have lost a Wonderful Chance t to',Save Money A '"

quota of fun as may be possible. of from fourteen to sixteen, and
p Those coraprising-the group are Ethel too much can not be said of the splendid .
; N Allen, Gladys Griffin Lillian Harris showing on display of these goods. LADIES' SOME OTHERS MEN'S WORK SHOES A DANDY ..
Foda McNeill. Ruby Oliver", Loretta C S Group nine of Osceola. won
Snodgrass. Ettamae Suhl. Dorothy the red ribbon for second best bed- Brown and Black Oxfords and in .high and low heels, dress heavy oil tanned, |.n a $3150 Dress Oxford or high, lace, in ,
'Wells. Leah Wilcox:, and Alpha West- room and several other ribbons were ona-str&f, and white Oxfords and Sport Slippers and Oxv.lue. black or brown $5.00 value ?

v' phall. given for the work done-group four with high and military heels. fords; values to $6.60. $1,95 $2.9r.::

MRS. CHARLES LQWE of this.Osceola* taking the blue ribbon in 95cDRESS $1.95 '.

,y ba,.; GUEST Mr. and OF Mrs.HER Thomas PARENTS G. Duke Mrs.are four They o'clock left, each the most campus enthusiasticover about SHIRTS BLUE WORK SHIRTS MEN'S & WOMEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS 'r

entertaining Charles Lowe,their who will the better the camp and already.planning Value.Crepe Madras. $1.60 ful body and long sleeves, at Fine Cotton Hose- gray$1.b.00values and brown at, finely finished. ::
recognized as Miss Norma Duke, who to; come next year. They gave a ringing only i i

ti has about a Kissimmee.large circle of Miss friends Duke in was and Layton! cheer Miss of thanks May Mrs Mrs.Harriet NellieW. 85c 65c Two Pairs 25c $10.85 t .

k$ married to Charles Lowe, of Saint Taylor and Miss Smith of Osceola, -
the wedding whose untiring efforts were so successful -
Cloud, last January,
taking place in Bradentown. Mr. and in this camp."

v Mrs.reside Lowe in are Saint making Cloud.arrangementsto :.WILL LOCAL LEGION J FRED S. GILBERT I k

VISIT KISSIMMEE1 As before mentioned in these columns KISSIMMEE
;' In Went Palm Beach last Saturday L FLORIDA
the American all ,
'. Rev. C. H. Summers performed the Legion over )
wedding! service uniting in marrige his: state has formulated'plans to i
IV! Tom Frazure and Miss Marion Turner make an exhibit at the annual national f
both of Miami and on Sunday convention of that body which will ._
Mr.\ and Mrs. Frazure were visitors take: place during the coming fall at - ,/ '{
upon relatives in Kissimmee. From New Orleans It is to be an exposition KISSIMMEE\ MEN VISIT YOU SHOULD KNOW ALL ELECTRIC SHOP MOVED SOME INTERESTING PACTS msS' :
1; bet. they autoed to Ocala. where Mr. at what can be produced on Florida EUSTIS NOONDAY CLUB ABOUT STATE ROADS STOCK ACROSS STREET ABOUT AUTOMOBILE TIRES
and Mrs. C. M. Frazure. parents of under proper conditions; if the profits -
taf the groom are visiting. The Fra- following proper lines of cultivation The custom of state and county officials .While Vernon Porter who openeda There are 1723 miles of cotton fibre
+s zures lived for many years in Kissim. and care; of the vast acreage yet Several residents of Kissimmee visited when discussing the eight state high class .hoj> last year for the if placed end to end. to make the
, '' nice and have a large circle of friends undeveloped waiting for the master Eustis recently, and the Regionof trunkline highway projects of designating carrying of all varieties of electrical carcass of a SO x :S I 1-2 cord tire. Thisis
and acquaintances throughout the en- hand and mind to do and direct; of I that city thjis mentioned the event: them by number has been very fixtures, finds steady work at the over 9000.000 feet of cotton fibre.i=
f! tire county. literature of such nature that a certain "Among the guests of the club on confusing to the average citizen according electric business, he has learned that There are 400 of these fibres to the .
The bride is an attractive young woman percent of the men gathered at Tuesday were: J. W. Steed, lawyer; to reports from all parts of the business he opened in line of'supplies inch. The best fibre is 1 5-8 inches
of a lovely blonde type and has that convention may have sufficient Earl Lupfer hardware merchant; Ed- the state. Persons residing in the runs him behind, and he has removed long.In.
I'' many friend in Miami, where she has curiosity aroused to visit the many par Katz. dry goods merchant; F." A. territory traveled by the different his, stock to the rooms he occupies the 35 x 6 cord tire there are Approximately
lived' for several years. She has been attractive sections of the state with Navel real estate; A. Ro.en1 wholesalefish highways know their local road when across the street from the 30.330.000 feet of cotton
employed as cashier at Burdine's Sons a view to ultimately making Florida dealer and chairman of the bulk- designated by number but outside of Electric Shop. Kissimmee .should be fibre. That is over 5744 miles. Here
IHfeto" store. Mr., Frazure is connected ,their home. head committee of the city council of official circles few are familiar with large enough to keep up a shop such again the 1 6-8 inch standard hi maintained. .
with.hU; brother. Lamar Frazure. in Appeals have been made by the Kissimmee. These were presented to the other roads. as this has proven to be-and it is a otII. I' ..
a service station in Buena Vista. On state .head of the Legion located at the club by Mr. Mattocks and each [The eight projects the number by matter of regret the step was forced. I In the cords which go to make up ...
their return to Miami, the newlyweds West Palm Beach, to every post in made a short but pleasing talk, all expressing which each is designated and the general MISS SIEVER AT AVON I the carcass of the cord tire there are ,> ,
3 will be at home to their friends'at the state to contribute\ aid to the need. amazement over the business routes of the roads follow: PARK 15 twisted strands. Each cord is di-
$ their home on Beverly drive near ed amount required to carry the measure activities" that are taking place in No. Jacksonville to the Alabama Mattie Belle Siever, of Kissimmee, vided into three cables of five strand
.f Buena. Vista.; through in a proper manner. Eustis. state line at Nunez Ferry. Route: is the new Western Union manager each. There are 660 inches or 18 ,ell. ? .
Sums thus far pledged by various Jacksonville Lake City, Live Oak, here. This popular young woman, of fibre in every inch of this yarn.
it REPORT SPLENDID TRIP >osts range from two hundred dollarsto EASIER SAID THAN DONE Monticello. Tallahassee the daughter of Truant officer G. B.Woodall. A standard make of 6-inch cord ;
Mr. and Mr, *. W. L. Marter and children a thousand or 'more-and a* .the Quincy.Madison Marianna, Bopifay. DeFnniak of Osceola county, is reliev- tire has 20 or 26 cords per Inch Eight +
reached Kissimmee. Monday project as now planned will cost from The Kissimmee Chamber of Com Springs, Milton. Pensacola, Nunez ing Miss Mary Bryant temporarily plies or layers of cord make up the ,
evening-after having run more than (15,000( to $20.000 the immediate need merce comes out with a straight resolution while-she is 111. and should Miss Bry carcass. The breaking strength of a \ )'
4 :. four thousand miles since the day of of cash or well-guaranteed pledges is for state division. Let's not. Ferry.No.. 2. Georgia state line to Fort ant's illness compel her to resign Mrs. cord is approximately 15 pound The .w =: .,
the primary., They have been a* fart very pressing. The call that Florida. The time is not far distant when route- State line, Jasper, Lake Slaver will be here permanently. She cords are similar to a medium weight( '
.north as New York and Philadelphia is to send out is for young men. men South Florida will be in the saddle Myers, : Leesburg has two brothers in Lakeland-J. I fishing line. Each is insulated with 3
Gainesville Ocala ,
a .-sand made many side tours along with sufficient funds to at least com- and then we can recall few of the City Haines Horace and Vernon Forest Woodall- rubber and each ply separated from ..i *,
'the :journey-and the chauffeur is mence a home-and there is promisedby millions North and West Florida have Eustis Bartow Orlando Kissimmee Fort, both prominent business men in the ,the rest by a layer of rubber imula- < '.
wood of the fact that during the extended the-prolectors of this plan that no been filching from 'us for lo. these City Arcadia' Myers.No. Polk county metropolis. Avon Park tion. VAs
Orlando t
."- trip the, only mishap was afat individual locality and no special spot many years.-Inverness Chronicle Jacksonville to ; Pilot. ,is usually the case with the !9\ '
.t.ire-anc1 that came, 'Within +1& shall be especially exploited unless route: Orange Park, Green Cove, shoes on two human feet, the tires on,_<4\ '
hundred ,mile of Kisslmmee, on the it shall be ,done by 'private concerns, DIED AT OLD GEORGIA HOME Springs, Palatka Crescent "City, De- FAITH GIVING ZEST the four wheels of:an automobile do
return trip. The Marten are to oe- and then upon their own initiative. Land. Sanford Orlando.iNo. not wear out evenly. Rear tires, because .
copy th. bom,on Posseil avenue, Mrs J. J. Hall who left Kisimmee 4... Georgia state line to Key Continued from Par One) of tractive and brake strain 1'
which 1* to be vacated next week by RETURNED FROM OUTINGMr. on Monday accompanied by her West; route] State line, Callahan, Bushnell OU, Company, in Sumter I wear more rapidly than front ones. t.,
B B. Lombard and family who will daughter. Miss Ethel Hall\ for their Jacksonville, Bunnell.. Daytona TUtusville county.The The right rear tire is subject to more j.. .. ,.'
remove, ,to Tampa. and Mrs. Clarence L. Eby returned old home in Cordele, Georgia arrivedat Fort Pierce. Westalm' following companies and operators strain than the left because of the ;
the latter i part of the week that point in such a Beach. Miami and south are making extensive arrangements ring drive, and because it is lower "
BACK TO HIS-.WISCONSIN JOB from their honeymooning at Weklwa,' weakened condition that she was im No. 6.-High Springs (Alachna to drill at an early date: down on the crown of the road if not "
here where, they went directly union leavIng mediately taken to a sanitarium. Mrs. county), to Punta Gorda; route: Nome Petroleum & Gas Companyof in the rough at.the side as other cars
After; a two-weeks' vacation i Kissimme following their wed- Hall remained at that Institutipn until branches from Road No. 2 at High : Tampa, derrick erected .at Booker I are passed. In making tire tests experts J ,}
with his parents Mr and .Mrs. F. I ding on Wednesday evening. June death relieved her at seven o'clock Springs, via Archer Brookbvillie) creek in Pinellas county.J change back tires for front and ;
Hercberg-, of No. 8 Orange avenue, ,' 21. They had previously rented a Friday evening. The funeral was beld Tampa Parrish, Brajentown. Sarasota : S. Hansell of Matagorda county, frequently right tires for left. Thus ,
east Harold B., Herzberg, a graduateof furnished cottage for a week-and at evening at seven o'clock in ,
L Saturday Englewood, Punta Gorda.No. Texas- co-operation with W. E.Bo1e. the mileage of an individual tire is
.t\. Osceola high school left on once commenced "light housekeeping with interment at that place. Miss .
6.-Georgia state line to Apalachicola \ of Oldsmar, location in Pin- frequently increased. ,:
Priday> for Milwaukeefor Wiscoe ." "Far from the madding Hall who is the efficient stenographerand route: state line, Marianna alias county. :}
. ;position of the I throng." Mr. and Mrs. Eby are now confidential secretary for J. Wade Blountstown; Port Saint Joe, Apa- ''United Oil & Gas Company of Tampa A LUCRATIVE PROPOSITION .... ,
Telephone Company. While here at home at the residence of Mr. and Tucker, who was taking her vacation 'operating in HilUboro and north- ,M i
*, .Jie. greatly, enjoyed his visit and Mrs. G. W. Overstreet, 214 Vernon expects to return to Ki&aimmee andassume lachicola. Pensacola to Alabama state :tntral Polk county. Kissimmee Is preparing to engage .3 ..,.
lilend.- No. 7/T- in : 1- 1J
.tecI-m.ny-Ot-bl..lormer commercial
-avenue.I her position. line near Flomaton.No. Magnolia Petroleum Company of strawberry on a
scale and already has pledged to the ,
Dallas. Texas.J. .
Haines to Lake '
8.-Route: City

*' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiI" nnIUIIIlIIllIUIlIlIUIIUIIlIIIIUIllIIIUIllIUIIIIIIIIIUIIIII III1IIIIIIIIIlIlIUIIUIjlllllUlUlUlUimlU'' east Wales to, Sebring Fort Pierce.Okeechobee City, and ,K.of Mexla Hughes, Texas Development, Company doubt project that large it can made There a commercial is no-4.. ''yi, ,

success, provided enough .
.'1ID !! Humphrey. Oil Company of Mexia, engage ;{
in it to bring -1 ,
DROVE 1.600 MILES Texas buyers to the town dur iv, : ;
Suwanne Oil &: Development Com- ing the shipping season. It. should
rx, Arriving in Kissimmee Tuesday nany. near Live Oak, Suwa>nnee coun be a most lucrative proposition, considering
r'e == evening were Rev. And Mrs. George B. the prices which the first '
to Wetherbee and son. accompanied by ty.Lake County Oil Company in the berries bring at the Christmas sea '.-1':
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Gleason-having southwestern part of Lake county. son. None of the famous strawberry ;#; "
II driven from their home in hundred Melbourne Oil Company west of centers of the state have"any especial '
Ohio-. distance of sixteen ;Melbourne, Brevard county. advantage over Kissimmee In soil or ,. -'
Banking miles. They are guests of the pastor's I Miami Oil Company west of Miami climate. It is one of the industries of '
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wetherbee, in Dade county the state which has been too long ne llJ/
v The Bank With = and his brother Ira H. Wetherbeeand Tatum Brothers, west of Florida glected. Go to it, Kissimmee... -Tampa -. '
r Times. ''
;w family. The reverend visitor City. Dade county. ;
C originated with the Jews of Lombardy .
5 of the United Brethren churchat -
Florida Lease Syndicate, southwestof .
the several thousand years ago and today the = Lorain and his guest are members Tmmokalee. in Lee county. ,'. .) .
of his( church-the latter couple ''Brewston Oil and 'Land Company,
r Ability Bank is an having never seen Florida. The trip erst of Fisheating Creek in Glades TRY OURLuxury '
was without mishap, and after a few county. .to
and weeks' visit here the party will returnto Star State Oil Company, in Glade ;_
Indispensible Institution Ohio. county.Atlantic.
WUKngntu CIRCUITA Gulf Oil Company. Glades
county 1i: 1
to Serve request was made of the county Palmetto Oil Company, in Manatee
in commercial centers. It is functionary I commissioners on Monday for permission county. '
to extend the electric system Revere Oil Company in southeastern
r, a in receiving deposits, loaning money cash- pole of the municipal plant about a Hillsboro
' DEPOSITS INSURED ing checks, buying? and selling exchange, half alongside mile the west Dixie from Highway.the city limit The county.Aiafia Oil Company, in Hillsboro "n

:tr making collections discounts, etc. THIS request was made in person by Albert Florida Oil Drilling A Leasing Com- WE\ HAVE OTHER BRANDSDaiolyPeach <>;.. V
BANK does } business Diefendorf. who explained-that'new pany in Pasco county 1
a general banking on ALSO
patrons were asking for service. and Bruce Oil Syndicate Riverview. in .f.
square banking principles and an Account added that Saint Cloud should reserve HilUboro county.Professional .
the right to hay the pole if the extension Men's Oil Company, i '
WITH US will PROVE advanta-
: opened = was discontinued., The commissioners in Pasco'and Sarasota counties.

geous to you in many ways. We solicit I granted the privilege. county.Success Jr., Oil\ Company in' Polk; I;

your future business., ==! J Jud :,Makes' Erroneous, Pre-, Haines City Oil Company northwest ;
of Haines City Polk county.
== ''Baker Drilling,Company, west side and Pillsbury Sswi4
I i, ilidion Regarding Lawyer"About of Baker county.Tampa ,
v. Bay Oil. J.anda Company of
one clean .ldrt'ls all I 8k Petersburg: location In western :
: thought be'would ever'wear... He.had. Hillsboro county.' ,
.- 'W ,E. Boll** and .,B. K. Bolles of SOMETHING. SPECIAL IN. : ,;
1 I It I fallen away to a mere shadow: :''Was ? ,
B BantofOsceolaCountyI:: a*) yellow as saffron and often doubled Oldsmar, In Hillsboro. Pinellas, Pasco. MAPLEIURO, t
II 1tp' with'pain.. Doctors< continually .H"mando-and Sumter-countles..- SYRUP -
gay-him morphine ,and-wen 'about Frank C. Mess Syndicate, in north ,
I to"operate for: rail' stones:' )h71"1I Hillsboro"county.Stephen .
Wonderful Remedy quickly,restored Syndicate,.,east ,side ".of '
I It ia Sumter lmty.Em.ry'1Syndi. I
'"' him to.perfect health again. a C IndependentGrocery
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...... ...i( .... ; .. ).L " I IIIO'MII.the eatanhaI'mucy from the Pasco ,county. J\ .
,; i't. : intestinal tract .and allay the inflammation ..'J, McCailin.. Pinellas county. .
I which'' cause practically all (National 011. and Drilling Company. .. : > ;1
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stomach,liver and intestinal ailment Sebring. ;.. .
Including appendicitis.* One dose .will F1o *- a. ;Leasing,, Syndicate: EMMETTSTREET'1") -: ,4tl
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