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 14, 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: VID01072
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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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'Century Plant BloomsAt Show. Houses Must SIX STRAIGHT WINS '
COMMISSIONERS MAKE Nave Planning To Prove :
the Chapter"House Dig Up More Money ,

A?' REDUCED MillAGETaxes A magnificent specimen of the Century = Forms for making returns of special COWPUNCHERS'GLOAT

', ',plant) (also' known as.the American Excellence Of The Soil taxes,'due under the revenue act . .
aloe Agave Americana) may of 1921 during the month of July, now'
Will Lowered All now' be seen in the grounds of the are available, and to. avoid penalty, Pen ,Was Worried in Sixth;

.:&, ,Over the County By ,a : Chapter fcpot House, and no.nR one especial can passthat attention Intensive : CultivationTen return be made and on payment or before of-.lul the,.,,mint i But Success,Was Sure. .

Small AmountThe to this plan It is seldom By {: Proprietors ; of theatres museumsand .Score. 8 .to. 1
these plants grow to a' height exceed. concert halls where a charge for ,', i
the entire inir twenty feet, according alth.ritlell' --- admission I.i made, having a seating ( Grant) 4
for county Boll ,
millage 'Tiled su'ppljr of watec.ready for the X f not than .,, shall
ha been fixed at a total of 28.75 for but this one shows bloalOrnsl1euJ.tl1trty'feet Acres Are Being ; pump capacity > more 250. ;The Kissimmee, Cowpuncher took
and the reservoirMr-Nave'Will: feel a tax of $50 having seating''
the pay ;
from grand '
.the.JominC-3'eALAII, : : _Jk.ViWH/- __U lth .. Driving-Five-inch-Well satisfied .. Fort Meade into. eaailyoa"Tues ' ,,- . -
ere -n ilii ir '"(down some ,re nee the- eil-shalH+nve-a >f-more-than-260( --not-exceeding' ") -Camp . ;;0
The decrease wa* an '
', SO mills .t lest after year.considerable study feet-With the larger blossoms' the For. Irrigation plenteous flow that he can handle Itt 500, $100; having a seating capacity : day by a score ,of 8, to ''1, thus 'male:.
made> only lowest. The ., advantage. With the sb-lity to exceeding 600 and not exceeding 'amend sustained
and determination to "crinkle at the century plant wa suppjnrd 8001' tag, for' ,
;a;i 'corners"a in ,every manner .posible. to bim but, once in a Jiioeiled.century F. A. Nave is.doing more' to bring carry.needed off surplus moisture water at any and t'me to supply the\ JIM more( : than having 800.a 200.Beating capacity' here some time ago. The score-U.."
but that'illusion has been
..' 'Saint Lucie county, with about decide the The sight of this pretty blossom i is this city and county "into its own"' promoter of the enterprise feels con. Persons carrying on the business of rood<
*same valuation as Oaceola, has while this well worth making a considerable; trip than any other 'man at the present fident that success will be gained. epe"*tinp> or renting passenger automobiles rery'first Inning the result was,
ed on a levy of 46 mills- of 10 0-8 and large numbers of autoitl, are time.' He I Is pl"O'Vlnjt'hls faith in the Arrangement has been mad for an for hire are required to''. pay never in ,doubt. Story's Sluggers ,almost -'
: with the tate tax
(:jaunty nst.ntly'vlewine' this plant with its soil and sun. the climate and' the con' experienced man to come from Sanford 110 for each such automobile havinga
v r Kills added will have an aggregate of long' ,. slim stem or stalk surmounted ditions, by an expenditure of' considerable and install the entire irrigation seating capacity of more than two .equalled their' 'Leesburg rout; by>
but 89 1-8 mills, by more than twenty-five si e-firmly. 'determined to yctem ''upon lines which will assure and not more than seven and $20 for putting across four runs In.tha"open
j' ,In addition, to this millage the three items, each tri.brancb.ed and each learn what may t>e.done in order to accuracy in every detail-'and his each Such automobile having a .,eatIn. Ing frame before a man was retired. .
epecial road districts were considered. bearing a blossom about which the stimulate hundreds of others to embark work will be watched with great interest .. capacity of more than.,. seven.. Pen waa on the hill for the locals;
-a" Juat of the first district was allowed honey bees constantly hovering. along the same line if his work by the many who are anxious and just five this boy a lead to workon
tor, stand as before' fi mills; the second :\Irll. Sanborn are of the Chapter should prove successful. to1 install like systems possibly on a and he is unbeatable,;, Fort Meado';
manager MADE
district was reduced from 18 to House, ia proud of the showing. After carefully inspecting the aub- smaller scale upon their own tracts. DECISIONS ARE- threatened only twice. In the sixth,
15 mills'i; and the third left as before irrigation' work at Sanford. and gathering There is no doubt' there will be hundreds they: filled the sacks with ,none down.'
.t ,.. Is. Property. owners in the but couldn't acore. Again in the
date of various kinds from manyof cf visitors to the Nave Garden ? last'K
I third district it will be noted' pay the hey"'trot 'three men on and 'scored
TUCKER BRICK PLANT the growers in that district. Mr. ? during the' process of getting WINNERS ANNOUNCEDIn .
of '
emallest tax in' the county--a total Nave set about selecting a ten-acre ready, for bu.ineaand even at all their' only run. : .
43 1-8 mills; those' in the second district tract which he believed suitable for later periods-as this will prove the The first stanza was 'a procesion' of,

the highest 64 1-8 mills. 'Last COULD MAKE KILLIN' the same sort of work. At the lower greatest attempt made in this county Misspelled Word Contestllrs tits and a comedy of errors. Buttorff.,;
year the second' district paid 68.75 end of Mabbette street.Juat within the to promote the. general interest of the first roan up. beat third.;
mills. city limits, he found what he desired ma y. Its success means the Incom- : Roy C. Graves Wins McLean fannod, but !rot on easily1' a

ffhe full levy as made by the. county Can Turn Out Finest Brick and forthwith secured it. He desireda ing' of a countless number of home- The Capital Prize when the catcher muffed the third, w
commissioners ia as below: strike. Sam Prather skied to Smithto ',
tract capable of good drainage, and seekers-for once it shall be assured
t ______ ...60 committee In the nittspeUedword ,
General Revenue strong fence built around a large tion and care and marketing there dropped the ball and Mc-< i
'Fine and Forfeiture-' _.________ JM Paving: Purposes portion of his purchase has had the will be immediate results. and slogan contest has'artivedat Lean scoring. li'olmes Prather kept"": ,

Road ____...________-i _________ 70 ground put in good tilth, and this The expenditure of Mr. Nave what its final conclusions-rafter having up the barrage with a single to center/
'Publicity ______.______*_____ -5* If there was ever a time when the week has had load after load of tile ever"it may be. will prove worth a riven! a great deal of time arid study coring his namesake, Sant Story!' '
CTIck Eradicationh____ 1.25 Tucker Brick plant should be turning drawn to the tract and distributed million dollars to' Klssirnmee"and Os-' to'the aaw a,chance to fatten his battlna; av*
.,. | ecl.l Road _______.'_______..! '5.00..out its famous brick by the hundreds over' the promises This tile 1 I. of eeola county if It ,prqves good-and' ; many ,.contestants. This' commlttee erage and also singled Holmes Pra-
"-= chool ______________________:10+ I of' thousands it is at the present moment various sizes as be needed for.' those best fitted to prophesy say there consisted o( Judge T. L. Comer. -Her scoring aided by another' error,
... may
:: --- when so many sections' of FlorIda the main pipe and the several later ia hardly a chance for failure. Only P.. '. J. A.. Sutton, and I. P. Tim- by Skagg. , ,
Total millage __ _.28.75plan are working up new road measures the most experienced men will'be engaged mons--and their work was performedmost The Home Brews added three on- ..
Hansell favored a I There are very few counties als.A free in the sixth. Holmes'
/Commissioner contract was made last week with in the work as it progresses conscientiously and from necessary runs
+* for' the upkeep of the many highways in the state but what have new roads. James C. Dibble to drive a five-inch a* it is the desire of the owner to all bias J merit being the one goal ; Prather doubled' to start the firework

in each district. It is'to engage I under construction or are planning in well at the highest corner of the tract have the test a real test; and Mr. sought and The Gasette expresses its and Hart mussed up Story'* grounder \
gangs of varying sizes to "patrol" to the immediate future to make perfect and work commenced on Monday. Nave has learned after long years devoted appreciation for the interest taken by : and the big! boy was safe. Lesley ,'
a certain extent as do the railways, highways: and while brick is becom- While Mr. Nave has hopes of' a flow- to agricultural interests in the the; several member trolled.. filling--the bag Per also
the various roads, continually labor- ing the standard surfacing materialit ing well he has been given no assurance -' middle west that thorough work good The first price of twenty dollars la 1 walked, forcing in Holmes Prather
ing to bring them into a state of per.fectionorat has been found necessary to importall that"one will be brought In- material& and men who possess the"knowhow" awarded to Mrs. Roy C. Graves whose 'I with .Number five. Buttorff singled?;
least betterment. Mr. of them. even though there is a flowing-well are three great essentials wining slogan was "Osceola Hardware, coring: Story and Lesley. McLeanwalked a''
Hanaell figured that in this manner The Southern' Lumberman a widely within a few hundred feet of' his, pro- for success in any line of trade or Goods Stand Hardwear." : but Sam Prather ended the
varying, the number of men in the different -' circulated ournal in speaking of the perty however with an inexhaustible business. There was a close tie between that I agony by; fanning., The local scored.
that not only could' road question throughout Florida, 'has ; . . . .. .. slogan and their last,in the seventh. drew
districts, --- - ------------------- the one offered by the : Story ;'
(Continued on rage _Two) this to say: winner of second price, ten dollars.I a pats,1 went to second on Roberson's (
We do not feel that we are lacking WHEN'S AN ORDINANCE HOTEL BIG FACTORIN This was won by Stanley. Chapman i Infield single and scored on;,a,",solid'
in any loyalty to Florida whose slogan wa intended for the' blow to center by Duke. -,_ !
....TRAVEL MANY MILES when we say that we must go ':'" Hansell garage: "GGc>d Tires Make Fort Mead worried Per in the ;,'
away from' home and get brickor NO REAL ORDINANCE? BUILDING CITIES Steady Buyers.': a :I sixth Hart and ,Rittenhouse singled
other high grade materials for The third prize of five dollars was i with none' out. 'and Brown stopped a.,
ON REGULAR TRIPS the surfacing of our' roads, using awarded to Miss Gladys A. Castleiv fast 00* with his. foot,' ti1lnaup\ all'

I our 1 local materials for foun Arrested Attorney Applies Growth Her slogan was for the F. C. Bryan .hree'corner! *. Skagg forced'Hart at'
dation.purposes and for the light Substantial Begins and read: "Meat That' I the plate, Buttorff to Story:a fast

r' Kissimmee Delivery Clerks i traf ier-feeding roads only, for For Injunction Against After Construction of CompanYt. ."_ h'_ play. was too".Uloual. I'
which purpose, we have a great I Mrs. John O. Erickaon won fourth.riz" and Perm'caught him'
Make. Thirty Thousand abundance. Tail-Light OrdinanceGeorge l Highplass Hotels .. of four dollar Her slogan was third. Smith went out ashy to
Year It is a fact that"brick used for' surfacing for the ManhaWz.Barb.r' Shop 'The Duke and no damage'resorted.- :' ";'
Miles Each- roads in Osceola county-- and Garrett, attorney who :ask the cities'XJIFlorid the'hotel l Best. Biggest and Busiest." The familiar "Shorty' Gray took'up '

\ ., months' the for, of course, all other roads in the was arrested for a, violation of the question,' has borne important weight. The fifth price of three dollar was the; pitching burden for Fort Meade
; ff Through the summer I state bore about the same transpor- "taiLlight" ordinance and was later Just as -the closing of a hotel in a awarded to Mr*. Clarence L. Eby In the eighth ,and cheeked-the' CowV
,several postal clerks of Kissimmee. tation expense as the brick cost at ,small community act as asetback; (\Miss Cecelia Overatreet), and her l'unchera.In the ninth ,the Torts"
both those' engaged within the city discharged without fine or cost, ha to the entire place and the adjacent
the plant. This practically doubledthe slogan was for the Manhattan BarberShop saved themselves ..hotoatWith;
*. ; and those on the rural routes travels cost' of the surface. Had the local served the mayor and the chief of police territory so does the opening of a hotel : "We Shaye and Shine Right." one way',*both. the "Battle. walked

a less distance each day than when each brick plant been in operation. with an function seeking to' a trifle better than anything a The sixth prize of two dolalrs was and Lesley loaded the cushions .by ,
,' tjkhe "season" 1 III on; nevertheless there could have been furnished far city ha heretofore possesed stimulate : Gray,
dur a prevent the operation' of the) ordi awarded to E. A. Thomas, whose slogan booting grounder
I ,. Tone covers a sufficient mileage better surfacing for one-half the nance. The document is addressed all' lines of business, brings new for the McCauley Fanned for the second out, but the

*.,Jfoir to make him think that he cost: and each county'in the state Judge C, O. Andrews of the seventeenth visitor,t circulates a propaganda'' of Store was: "Buy and Boost.Department; lard-hitting Hart beat out a grounder

.has earned hia,enormoua alary. No.' could save at least one-third the expense judicial circuit; and Is'in' substance progressionarouses, the latentener.: The seventh and eighth prices of to-Roberson, Battle'' scoring. Kitten-'
;:' Sam Lupfer. who has route using these brick and ob Ifieg of the ,citizenry to advance the the flying'
) '. with by a* follows' : one dollar each were awarded respectively louse< ended suspense. by
1 cover hi* territory a bicycle.ta fifteen tain. also a surfacing material which "Your orator, George P. Garrett a city to a higher notch, and prove a to Mrs. E.", S. Hall and P, G. to McLean. -' :
lie estimate he ride about there is, so far as indicated everlasting.The citizen and resident and taxrpayer of magnet that will draw other enter. Cromartie.The' Gordon Buttorff for' Kissimmee.:

miles each day-beside* which lightness of the material the unusual the town of Kissimmee City, a Florida pnaes.. '- j Gazette I I. confident that this and Hart for FO'rt.' .Meade'.took the.

i Pare. about.three miles in walking local from!- ,size of the brick,. the ease with municipal corporation, brings this bill The editor of the Hotel World,-.of contest has been conducted along batting honors, the former,with. three
house to house in the various which it may be laid, the negligible\ of complaintagainst the town of Kis Chicago,' a nationally know,r magazine -and that no complaint can hits and the latter'with four. -

'. tiel. No. loss from breakage both in shipment simmee City and against H. R. May, writes: be rightfully registered. Kissimmee AB R,, IIPO'A,; E
, George Gardner, city route about the 2. and in pl.c.ment-.l1 of, these combined as mayor of against C. I can say, with the most positive Buttorff.. 3b '.__ 5 t 1 a; .4. S, 1McLean.
> figures that he has just I with the ever-wearing capacity H. Driggers, as cbiefaf police of said assurance that the hotel today rf ..,._. -310. 2,00 t
same amount of mileage including borne in.].,: of the brick themselves would make is the most essential private WILL GET TOGETHER S. Prather,-cf ...?- 5 l' 1 00' ,0 A
r I's the walking. It must be leave the ', the Tucker brick the most popular city."And thereupon' your orator complains institution many city. The trav- JI.Pratht'r.lf.5 2 2, 2.0',0.'' ;
: mind also, that these tnen loaded I paving material in the entire south.It and says: eler and tourist gets his first and Story, c __ ::._... 4 1 1 7 1'-,0''

I postoffice with heavily there pouches additional - is a matter of regret that the "1. He is a citizen and resident and his last impression of every community WITH SOCIAL SMOKER RoberBont .,-,,. 6 0.,1: .0 .8 .,0 .;

, to which oftentimes of small are size. many other business relations of J. tax-payer of the town of Kissimmee from the hotel and a poor Duke Ib ._.,,_, 5 ,,0 1"., 10 ::0.1, :
bundles no router Wade Tucker prevent his paying the City. hotel leaves a memory that cannot Lesley, 2b ..-.-. 4 .1.0 2 3 1
I i L G. W. Lorenz, rural carrier with on Ford. attention to his brick plant that "2. The town of Kissimmee City is be obliterated from the mindof Chamber of Commerce Will Perz. p ___u. ___. 8 1 0, 0 2 .O,. ',
r1 d'
his trip a ":
i r No. lt makes should be given it. It is a matter of a Florida municipal corporation incorporated the ctranger. The hotel is the _" I.-J;;; i
I and figures that he addition-covers' thirty the regret also,.that others who are Interested under the general laws re- only business institution which Join With Co-Operatives .89 .8 "0 Jt'fIZ. .8

It miles every which day-in his forced to walk with Mr. Tucker are postponing latin!? to municipalities in the ,stateof hakes hand wtih all the world Tuesday Evening Box Score) .. .' '
daVtance and this an- action which would prove a Florida. and unless a community wishesto Ft-Me.da...< AB 'R"n: PO-A'B
which he"has not small), computed amount.-- splendid thing for the city and the en- "3. H. R. May is the mayor of said live within .itself independent "There 'wa. Gray 2b. p _._. 50-0 220. '
," is doubtless no route carrierNo2i tire county. city. of the opinion and knowledge of dience at the an especially large au H ark, si._.___,:_ &6'*0""' 4.' 0:2 1RittenhO'use ,
rural luncheon
Roy,,has Prentiss few, mile len-be reck- ".4.. C. H. Driggers is the chief of the outside world this hand extended the Chamber Wednesday Of there of 8b .? &6 0, 2 1. 6' ,,0 0
a police of said city. from the hotel 1 must revrebent. was slated that Commerce clans would a* be Brown. If ...___j 801' 000.

ev-ery-day is what he covers with hi* CITYIS EXTENDING "5. Among\ the ordinances of said .a cordial welcome and considerable announced by which some Kfsaimmeo might Skagge c __,.._.;_, 4 '0' O. .D j 01 '

.',"; he has to do some city now claimed to be, existing and care.: the sooner into the and Smith, rf ,_.____.., 4. 'O.0' ; 0 0.' 1'C. ywl
". car. .Then. too., : effective is the following, known as Another authoritey which is most get ring Battle, Ib ___.. 8 l' .1't, 0' 0-.0''
his .
walking to reach all patronspossibly ITS ELECTRIC LINE I at thi. time is the of forge ahead as a city of this size a (0 'O ; 4 0'' 1 1 ,
several miles when it is to- Number 230, at page 69 of the revised apt i secretary should. The deiire of the Chamber of Battle\d ._. . .'-
>> ordinances, of the city of Kisolmmee, the Chamber of Commerce at Michigan Surrencyi p r___ 8' 0 0. 0 ,I .0, '
Commerce Is to "do '
;, ?,. tailed.If to-wit: City Michigan who ..aYSIIn" something"bring MeMillan, 2b ?_,,l' 00.' 'f' 1 0
when results
some which will redound to
the generaljublic. 'Municipal Electricity For Here follow a of the ordi- all my work the last fewYea" .,- -'- -'
times trifling the credit and. growth of the munici -3-- 4.
nance concluding with ( in locating manufacturing 8
delay in a delivery would but considerall Patrons in Western pality. ." '.- i-
of .
\ and all motor vehicles establishments in our city, Score by Innings: *
in arranging the
be done J. E.
that has to Among speakers were
delivery Portion of City shall be equipped with a rear lamp, which we have secured more than RUE, .
Lupfer. M. W. B. Ma-
the letters and parcels for prompt George Taylor.
would be a complaint so placed the ray of which shall. twenty-five. I have always foundthat'evrorytldng kinson S. B. Aultman and Leo H. Kissimmee ?.., 400 003 100-8 9 2 ,,(
there never '
during the hours aforesaid, shine upon harks back to1 afirstclass Fort Meade._.;_ 000 000 OOU-1:8 4, ,f" ;
there are none; Wilson al| of whom dwelt the ?
It is possible The work ?
city department of public !upon Mt H. Prather '. U
hotel.and Two-bate
and illuminate each and part so we are now : Summary i ; f
tt i la assured that these men are do- has been the week two every ono topic of "getting something out ,p
for busy past or '
one-million-dollar hotel and Battle left on..
ia Instance.. to of the number borne upon the rear of building a of the ground." Each of the 1 double play: Gray. ; 1.
itc their best every In to the resident speakerswa "
arranging \\I
supply -lit
the motor vehicle, so that said num- and I consider it the! most bases. Kls lmme 9,Fort Meade ;
;*j,*.. please the patrons and keep their record along Division street, both north and ber-may be distinctly visible at a distance important thing for our'developanenkand strong hi the belief that only by' struck out. by Pen 0. by Surreney 4b' ,* .
at a high percentage. this method--onhr .by producing to" "
of.deliverle. south of Mabbette street, electric cur of at least one hundred feet" prosperity that" have other Gray 1} base on balk'off Pen X s "
rent. and the result of the work has all of which i* underscored in the dons have not discussed witha supply market and thereby re off Surreacy' 4: hit by'' Pitcher;"- by -
Commerce ultimately
Chamber of turn to this
; been to construct fine line money city-could K *
avery complaint. single Industry the proposition Per 1: (Brown by Surreney 1 ( - r'Lean.
be and therewas
? Hires New Secretary from the point on Mabbette street "6. The wife of your orator own a to locate In Michigan City that an success earnest sentiment gained toward' ,,Losing pitcher. Surreac1.'j?' '
where heretofore the service has ter certain motor-vehicle which i* alleged the first question asked was not '
cooperatlng'with the ,Grower Association
I t minated. '
The questln of secretaryship for the Last .a verbal application wa subject to the regulation set out in concerning our hotel accommodations In ",eve,,.. possible v manner.Leo Inter-City Express ,\ kfo" -
year of hotel
Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce has made to the council for such extension the above alleged ordinance and your ; The right kind a i Wilson poke of his, hobby the Pleased With Trade: .
which need It
orator, who i* the agent of his said in a-community *
: at last been settled. By a vote jof the but at that time the department strawberry, in 'a moat urgentmanner .; .. '
and > valuable to "
the selection wife,1* entitled to the ne of said automobile *K> important *o
several week and Insisted that it. the
., body ago was not In a financial condition to that the property was dutyof 'which'commenced ?
a* neb agent and Intrustedby a community The expma line
of such officer turned over to member' to
v wa
> undertake the wO'rk-nO'r would ,the every urge every; grocerto
. 'the board of directors which board her from time to time. and at all owner could afford to Be taxed plant berries. boafate on Monday running between.
:;i': given full authority to make the residentsthere guarantee' sufficient times,.with the use of such automobileand for' it*, construction. It &U much The principalspeaker"'was F.. A. Kisalmmee and Tampa, and doing,
wsa patronage to justify the investment.At '
the within the limHs more profitable) than a Jail, a hospital buineMt stations" i* being
uses same city .
to ,
..eIaDd arrange the wage Stroup, who.spoke of the ease ,with 'I
j this time there will be a sufficient
thatany of the city of Kiasimmee. ,- or a courthouse, well received,. and Frank'.N. Savage,
: be paid-and It'waa understood which produce of various sorts couldbe ,be
income to pay interest on the "7. The chief of ,pollee aforesaid. it &U.understood that an opportunity the proprietor 1* well, satisfied that .'
action would be final. but spoke of the trouble Indisposing ,
grown '
needed for the extension and "
sum DoW'la
ender the of the In Kiuinunee for the will be Increased ao
acting authority mayor open the'traffic soon
.. Cowespondence ha been had with 1 the.resident In that section will be of the stock after it was ,
!W. ,3. ''Bvtrougb.of Atoka.. Oklaho* aforesaid ia enforcing the said alleged erection,. of a new and commodious raised. Ha. said the merchant and that It will prove a paying proposi II" ire
"J' **a. whose name bias been under con favored. with a number. of. streetlights ordinance and baa arrested-T persons hotel-' and information has been had ,the grower weN hi every way dependent tion. ,It waa n.t expected. that, at th*..;)-"- ****
i for the violationthereof.. of a company which will operate It In outset the business would'>be large.," -'_ r
and the board of director each other and declared
V- *alderation The .poles have creosoted top. and "8. The Aid c chief 'of. police-.... a modern and high-da fashion upon upon but it has proved pleaslngand even
held meeting that should
sa Wednesday a decided fO'llow-1. bases, and. the beat of copper. wire i la caused to be published in The Kisaimntee..VsllelGazette. a lonf lease 'Florida I* to bar many 'a creator in way.H mad at town along the route new .troni' r
thsrisjncheon displayed
: :'ing being used. and th. improvement will a weekly-news- good thing offered It-If the peopleof ) every. a at* being ,constantly gained..5 There,
contract with him. Accordinglya food .addreaa anxlvcarried .a..point-
/ 'into add to the ,.l.of all in "
properties extend
of general circulation the.taU': will; co-operated in forwarding *. ia plan under'wav;to":
t now
vent Mr. Burroa ha.;-findtit : "- for It..wa*,votedthat'' a
: wire/wa* "" ; r. ,
tlla' "vfetnIiy.'f A :. 1 thars'' t
fay the< said city of, Kisslmmee. tta: t .r tha,service to Saint Clood-j-and ,
is ,Expected he wilt arrive at an .
,'" ', f .-' jfndlcatiaji that- : aclditio6lmacK' :
date. . : CATXbN' :the following notice *' SILO'.Thonia be called oft and in lleo,thereof there are an
starry .-- vLEAVlNG FOS-V MAKING.. ANEW to lie"secured 14 ,
; have
;\.> i J. D; Woodbeck. secretary forther7 '' . ; > ,i. should be beta\ a .*m ker for the. benefit 'dertanda for.th4)'
?"ST patttwo-yeara-and-acting-seeretary uidi ri iio'n hrilltibi.kha"ssltime > state law and -city ordinance ; *..Brook*. a>dCryman of oft the Growers' AMoeiationvotiTuesday :, accommodate 'the'whlch7'Ia .

V. ,r shin his.term of office'expired/. ,"watff that Rev/J-A i Sutton win'occupy I demandlghtedtaillampsoneverymotor Sator-aoddr-wbo-haa-1:about-forty anMncixig at-oigbt Mal -terri' - "J 'Jthj I.gavage
]notified.after the .decUioir. of.the'acJgsf the Baptist'pulpit until he returns vehicle running after Iran-down. good sows, ia constructing aa upright o'clock., ,Every Grows*'is urged to. be motto. : ::. ,,.. i T....lrihe .
*;;:t i There are many careless In this 'regard. .abort He and participate tq,th4 action ... r p
,Weeks' ; present
Lion of the board.; r >,r from his six vacation which a\lO"\ of Ixty-ton ; .'
<** .j, f i has been granted him by the church.' .'and thia i* to'notify that ar- will make hta.maiIa" prey' ofNapiergrass. of the meeting ,. -- .' :visitor.-and wa*'very 1s troa*>. lnhi .>.
The former.kaiser's palace in Berlin His& "itinerary-* not'.bee I-J decided. rests will follow every neglect ef the .'., '.J..'0. Webb,of Cerbin'Kentucky.; .. a compliment to a locality which isi'
-l aa been used a* a movie,studio since: but he may extend hi* trip.nearly,' to law In_th,.dty: Drivers ef cart .af- learn that only through the ue of the visitor., gavean, .interesting talk ,.a* many,',point*,,exceU sir hi*. !>>""t horns)

v Ctb"\War-endecl.\ ,- the. : Canadian. ; ...4 p7ru. R kM : .ww.Coattau.4.Mg..Tw.. )j'j"-' _" U.will-there,b* Material profit*.*Y' I to how Klsln' >mpe,was"hwing... asp to pommunity.t. .... ." "' "....,....... .-_,. -. .. '\"ft'... ,""'ti: t. .'., "
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# touching Pleasant HUL.. Nothing- will 'against" the enforcement:of sale is calling you. f **
WOMAN'S CLUB NOTES be done to the first until after thereport the'ground thai .
alleged ordinance: on ,
f fc Special i l :Low .Prices on J8PaU! \:JStanleyI basis upon of the"which engineer to.wOt'k..wh shay give the'a it will prevent a'multiplicity of'.ultathat r'fZlt- to CLEARWATEfc '

second will be benefited! immediatelyunder the. validity of said alleged ordinance "Ou.g, a1f .
I I Those club women who are keeping the direction of E. L.. D. Over- be tested in this equitable for.

GOODRICH I'up with the bianial which Is being bell street. I um, the said enforcement of said invalid .! Clearwater' Beaches offer you a most attractive place for J

c ,at Chautauqua. New York will be de- ordinance being a wrongful( .ct.. summer outing, whero you can enjoy salt ate,,'.urf bathing -

f lighted. to know that Florida is receiv. .WHKVS y.N OUDINANCET doing common injury' to many persons : your in the Gulf of Mexico.,, Modern and commodious bath houses, &*".'!
ing her share of the honors being given and further the. ground
(Continued from pair 1) upon
club women. Mrs. W. 3. Jenningsof tar lt sun-down MU T'observe this or that irreparable injury is being caus amusement pavilions Ash' dinners dancing, bowling, fishing,
TIRES andTUBES Jacksonville was again electee dinance. ' '* ed to persons and property rights and' boating, and above aU, good motor'roads direct to the Beach: '

i vice{ president of the General) Federation C.. II.. DRIGGERS. in particular to your orator by the en I The beautiful Clearwater Beach Hotel modern 'in every detail t ;' !
of Women's Club and has presided Chief Police. forcement of, said alleged ordinanceagainst .\
of .the 'round. Available Z
at several of the meetings in the orator and other per. I 'and appointment, is open year cottagesfor
"Published/ In Kissimmee ValUV your :
AL place of Mrs.. Winter, and deliveredtwo I Gazette in< issue,, of May 26. '1922, sons in' like'case in this That the : rent.: In spending your vac''tioQ..t'! this world-famed "resort ..I., ;:
> addresses. Florida has also led I page 11. near bottom of third column. reputation of ypbr orator and others ;: you need not be taken away from, your shopping/ habits, .. .. \
all'states in county demonstration "9. The said above alleged ordinance as law-abiding citizens is affected by Clearwater's chops are second to none. Band Concerts are given r'. 4 .
: work California coming close behind. insofar as it relates to the portions arrest for violation* of this alleged I Sunday. Writ. for information to :3'"
a AT Beach
FOR TEN DAYS Florida ranks one hundred pe'rcentIn underscored above is null and ordinance and that injury is. done to at the' every .'
having no loss in membership and void and 'of no effect because 'the such reputation your orator which CLEARWATER BOARD OF-TRADE ;
. GILBERT'S SERVICE STATION shows 6 percent in its proportion of same is aibitrary and unreasonable in is not susceptible of a monetary and FLORIDA
gain. its terms and the arbitrary and unreasonable definite compensation and is irrepar t

Trt'ad.$8.6G Mrs L. M. Johnson of Leesburg. -features (n said alleged able.Your t ,
-3Q-x3i4licbbyTrend-80'I I: 3 Plain ,.... 9.8G! (formerly Ivy dough of Kissimmee), ordinance are as folows: orator Is a lawyer, and as .- 'Sa ..
\ itbit'ommUl11.; j
( our-eectionafi vice president, sends-this -'-"taJ-TharlrTetms to all motor vehicles such is looked upon '
32 x SVs NobbY'freadu16.91r and tells this joke, which is whether standing peeked or ty as one who should uphold the laws ;-
tic G 32 x 4 Nobby Treadu19.75 at this time: being driven. and it i. his duty and desire to do so. i i
very apropos
83 x 4 Nobby Tread.21.85 The women of America demand the "(b) It relates to all motor vehicles And your orator was lately, to-wit en I vi&riagftme attthe time in t teanmfer_ ?:: <
: Ile Ilecj
the 7th day of July A. D. 1922, ar- ,
TUBES best: will accept nothing less than accurate within the city limits within the hours ,I
r /* information, and only the best aforesaid, whether the same be on the rested Sor violation of said ordinance ....
30- x 3 Gray Tubes_____ *! under circumstances which hadyour }
80 x 8% Gray Tubes._.,.___ 1.95 is given the one highest in authority streets or on the private property orator not been law-abiding would ..'2 {
of the citizens and residents of said .
Tubes ___. 2.31E speak And how they respond te -enlightenment :
32 x 3V4 r tendto provocation of assault and
town in the .garagesand whether .HOOOo-OOHHOtUOOUOtu. OOotoooo..oo> .
to or Ott4 D >H
all Eager
Tubes.____. 2.71.k on things. .
E, 32 x 4 Gray battery of the arresting officer. -
t Tubes__..__ 2.5r learn ready to serve. It recalls a I the garages shall be open to view or
83 x 4 Gray And orator that because
.shut. I 'your says .
f' story I heard the other day as being said alleged ordinance is not an ordinance -! .
all the of
(c) It relates to streets
r Now is the time to prepare on told by by some Jane Adams of her little a playlet foreign put said city although some of the said and and because is arbitrary the same and unreasonable .is being I 11111 .r

friends who were learning,to be !good Mticet arc- so adequately: lighted as
All Americans ,to make the use of a tail-light a nuisance enforced: and because the said chief
.a : for your Vacation Trips. ; of police threatens further to enforcethe
Scene I. One revolutionary soldier "(d) It relates to all conditions of same and because the said enforcement .
j'' newstock. We appreciate your met another revolutionary soldier. weather and affects motor vehicles is being carried on in arbitrary A ReputationThe ;\
Said the first one: "Ain't it fierce I whether or not the same are plainly and unreasonable manner by the saidLhief
we ain't got no flag for this revolu- I without the of \
visible without tail-light for a '-dis. of police, use ordinary -
\ patronage and are prepared tion?" The" other replied: "Yen. ain'tit I tance of 100 feet or more. common sense and because arrests Blish family has been building a reputation :
fierce! And they went their way. "(e) It relates to all periods of are being made without'warn for Blish Flour since the building\ of America's "', '
to give you GOOD SERVICE Scene II. A revolutionary generalmet Lime between sunset and sunrise although ng, where warning could reasonably First Mill by Abraham Blish over two and a half ;
i another 1"I'olutionaryfeneral./ the state law recognizes a and most properly be given and because centuries ago. i,'
Said he: "Ain't it fierce. we ain't eat period of one-half hour after sunset the arrests under said alleged
no flag?" Said the otherit : 4'Ye, ain'tmessage and one-half hour before sunrise as ordinance will necessarily be fre- }
;k fierce." And they went their! way. being: a period sufficiently lighted to quent and involve a multiplicity of aF

Gilbert'sSERVICE Scene III. George Washington was make such an ordinance unnecessary. suits and prosecutions, and because .
calling, on Betsy Ross. Said he: (R. G. S. 1021)). the injury done to innocent personsby ,{
"Ain't it fierce we ain't got no flag "(f) It does not provide for warning false and illegal arrests under :
And said it is obvious aid alleged ordinance the jurisdiction
STATION for this revolution? Betsy : before arrest although J
"Yes. ain't it fierce. Here. George that the provision may be violated if this court ir properly invoked for ; \
r Phone 35 hold the baby, I'll make one." without the knowledge or intent of the the; purpose of injunction. ,",\ 'I If
Main Street
41 "The considered or-
and contrary' to the premises your
The club women of the! country are owner or "
a not only making flags but are waving wish of the owner or driver. itor prays: ri j .1
"10. The Raid alleged ordinance in "That this honorable court will take ,> ,
them. Being arbitrarily and unreasonably jurisdiction of the subject matter and is the "Flour of Perfection." We stake our rep'r, ''
One of the most interesting and en- enforced by the' said chief of police!; the parties to this cause and will find utatlon on it. At your grocery. .1.2:
of the
thusiastic meetings such arbitrary and unreasonable enforcement the equities herein with the complain- .

the Chapter was held House.Tuesday Mrs.afternoon S. B. Aultmqn )at- :. That consisting he is arresting in the following: ant will and require against the respondents the respondents the ,townf and Bus Milling Co, R. C. Weodbery Co....,. : 'i iSeymour

Jin+iding. Full report! w remade (a violation) .of such alleged persons'or ordi- > Kissimmee City a Florida municipal lad. Distributors, Orlaade. ; .;; ...
by the oficers and the standing 1 corporation H. R. May as mayor :<
without warning.
Y committees and echoes from the biennial tance."(b) That he previous is enforcing the same of said city and C. H. Driggers ai 1">0>00'00 0 to 0 It.OO ootOO to 000' "00000000000"" 0'000..0000.... H 1;
were read, which put before the and has so testified under oath only hief of pclice of said city and each -
club the results of the splendid work the vehicles in motion! although of them to make full true and direct I :4 j '
the Florida clubp have been doing and igainst of and will 1 final decree and equitable. -
the ordi. answer to the bill complaint but cause by p4rma-
the words of alleged '
the important places Florida women embraces all the motor vehicles not under oath the answer under oath nently' enjoin the said respondents "May it please this honorable court: (;'t 1
had been given by the general! federa I lance and is king hereby expressly waived. That and each of them and their successors '"To issue Subpoena entitled in the S''
tion. The club believing that it is within the city in limits the,enforcement thereby of t his court will adjudge and declarehe in office and their servants above cause directed to the said respondents /.

its duty to bring high class attrac. liscriminating ordinance in favor of certain alleged said ordinance to be null void andf agents, officers deputies, and employees to-wit: JT >7'
the and endeavor to do laid' '' the terms of "The town of Kissimmee City, a &
ion; to town other alleged no effect as unreasonable and non- ) \ from enforcing; a;
r Protect !It! away with all such attractions that violators violators and and against thereby also is- and that this court will temporarily the said alleged ordinance- municipal corporation. H. R. May as :frj.; I
are not for the uplift of the community the said alleged ordinance restrain and enjoin the enforcement I I "And\ this court will grant unto mayor of said city and C. II. D riggers JV.;
decided to put on alyceum nterprcting: of said alleged ordinance your orator such other and further as chief of police of said city,' /C
course for next season and each club ) ontrary"11. The to jurisdiction its legal significance.of this court tending the determination of this relief as: your honor shall seem meet returnable ascofrdm to law.. :t t\

S.A F 'E GUARD. your member present coup ed that she .
would do all she to make it a !
home. Be careful of little success. It was also decided in a :
short time to put on a concert by talent ..1'\.1'o :
Sanford and Orlando .anda I ,
from .
that .
cause "
committee was appointed to make o ./' ':,,
4k '.f.ires and then' make arrangements for this concert. : \ I Io
The program was then turned over
sureof protection with' to the entertainment committee and ;, '
the first selection on the.program, !
'' sound insurance policy "The wren." Liza Leyman and Ho, O o i .1" '
a Mr. Piper, (Curran). were rendered AO 0 0 0 \ ,
Miriam MeC 1l..of Jasper in '. 0 O .
by '
.: "1"'.} !' a voice rich and clear. Then came a ? 0, o o ogao0 '
,; i&; Any'. 'policy will not reading Jo's Crime.; by Altha Ruth, uyYg o L ;1 a .o I -\1'

.'.11. d.,"..,y... need tin.' Ovefstreet, which was very much enjoyed. al, :: ;,

d <.Vr,I t that -'.Is' atroar-4nViThe ,. > Mrs. H. A. Zurn. of rendered Orlando ,, .v 000 O O,%! GSLY. I, .
with wonderful technique, O A 0 0 0 r / ,., s r
|Hartford*Fire r 0 .,
and :
'' (Noll I' C
Doan You Cry Ma Honey. ) 0 O '
?' .. 0 ,Insurance Company the Night Wind. Eugene Field. >lrs. OO p e ::o o 00Q 0 \'r.

r for 'xaspl4. Zurn Is a great favorite with J mee people and Is always warmly 0 0 :0o0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Italano-American," (Daly) 0 0 t
this. "The llno0i9 0
1 Call on Agency was then read by Miss Irene Ingramin 0 0 0 0 0 0 ;'
a most pleasing manner: The club 0 00 o 00
CO r
voted to disband until October at 00 B o r
Carson Farmer"The which time it is looking forward, to 0 o d 0, o'O .
the doing of fine work along a great 0 o Foo
Delicious refreshmentsof p O 0 0 0 00 -j..
3 Insurance Man" many lines. I O 0
sherbet and wafers were served by -

Kissimmee Florida Mesdames J. M. Duncan. F. G. Thom- r I '
ason. E. Derbyshire and Paul Stanley. !1 O p 0 i'


The state law and' the city law ,,
makes the driving of a motor vehicle '
after dark' without showing of a lighted 1

ty TO Everett tail light Bass a ,misdemeanor.George P. Garrett. Where Sealdsweet Grapefruitand x

BUILD and Dr. K. D.I C. wataon were haled xp
1' into the municipal court Saturday
morning on the charge of driving (

P i it. Inr.. without evening.The cases lighted.were tail dismissed lamps on the without previous Oranges have been sold

fine or _ts.
The'map shows the distribution of Se&ldaweet grapefruit and oranges for 1921-22. ;

COMMISSIONERS MAKE t Each dot represents a CARLOT market, through which has been supplied the surrounding .. ;.

., 1. t (Continued from Pace Ono trade territory.A .

t Cypras,,:Piw' ad. Cedar. the roads but themselves that repair kept on .In bridges goodshape I' train of more than forty per cent in the number of these carlot points for the season ,; ... <
could be handled in the same manner hows how the co-operating growers are extending ?

We Rate Window and ,Doerkinds at be a possible considerable with the saving.same It gang may' also to Advertising in national mediums develops the consumer demand which leads to initial i

keep the shoulder along paved sections aalee and intensive'newspaper and demonstration campaigns bring repeat orders. 'z
fra S. that ,
1 e.,4I1 in good shape at an expense

.. ,.....' will appear trivial when the accomplishment The carlot cities on the map shown herewith have a total population in excess of .
is considered. It is prob-
of Interior Fie able that this plan will be adopted. thirty-five million and the immediate trade territories they serve have at least that many '

The county also plans from this peoplo1topther about two-thirds of the population of the United States. .r rIt
.sb. All.. ktndsofScreten.. road fund. and the aid of the county
-, forces under' 'the direction of Gerald ,U because of the work of the only citrus cooperative marketing agency reaching this j
Let: us.tlgpre.yogr" : .; Ashton road commissioner, to' grade .
-. House and construct a decent toa -from the vast population with Sealdsweet grapefruit and oranges and in educating the public to eat .I

Entire h . Bill. terminus of the'brick 'p vemetlt at them that the markets absorbed such surprising quantities especially of grapefruit. : {
t : Shingle Creek to Reedy' Creek on the
road to the Lake'Wilson district. People Join the Florida Citrus Exchange and let your fruit carp the benefit of ._ \j

iEt. 'RIEDEL CO of that district direct have'communication long been- IhU distribution and jelling service. Consult UM manager of.the nearest "Jar"* }'
anxious to secure
.. with Kissimmee.' 'and ,...Tiouscommls.lonen' u.a1atloi.r sub-Exchange: or writethe badness manager at Tampa,Florida.: ))1
have'promised them ,
,: Novelty WorkSOrangeSpotInn that something should be done as soon
.. :r7 b %''. .. ", >.. .,. . ... as possible In'.thft direction.' -It '. has .
' '. f .. : : . been estimated that before the county' d. TTie FLORIDA'\I:\
.: ; hall dispose of any of Jts mules this Y' :
road-matter'-' will b.'takennp'the; ; .
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1 ; I I Every. time I,call on.the. phone: for "
I rA'ppfN' '' THE THOUGHT TANK Sam' Lupfer Junior, I hark back to I ,
the time when.I was.playing: cars on Ti
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Br THORN kid: His number Is "Too-too-toor
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I 'j Im Miami., Saint Petersburg Orlando -

Idea r Oh, I'Don't Know or any"of the other fast-grow-
Here's a Good I where man's business -
: Ing towns, every
who calls some illeavens How are the mighty fat. Il
Wlhy hot term a man J has unlimited possibilities had
number of un- lent The Klsslmmee Valley Gazette i
,'Jj 'J- acquaintance a great followed the course generally followed
pretty names when he it out of sight nominates. Honorable William Jennings of the businessmen
by a great majority
and nearing a Iradiosyincratlc repeater Bryan for a vacancy in the state i of Palatka they would not now
j road Times
T department.--.Jacklonville be preparing for tremendous progressurine
: '* Union.
twelve mOllthe.
the next
s.. A Simple Reverie *. little town In Lake They
Mont Verde a eGfOfJI
''i' ,I often think If things to me peaches' : Are Coming county, is bcginlng to make a noise ..
;Could be Just as they Died to be- 'Large baskets of white free-stone of.800. -Of this
lt has a population
And every smile and every glance I peaches' are belling In .Ulackaonvjijle number 260 are members of the cham- ,
** look at 33c-and before long Kissimmeewill
and every roguish : and time "a ,
ber of commerce, every 10
Could once ly to mine, be "enjoying the same blessing.: i held are presentWatch '
Why. then most gladly I'd resign We have lots of the other sort in the meeting Verde they ,

'fj,. My hope of heaven-and Close the city-but what we need is some we Mont * ,
Book! can eat-and gate upon. +
notemery You Remember When -
Thorough Soil Preparation * Do OgarrttteadSaOtMoae i
BJTJF this
t. e You used to get ten cents every
Not CrippledBeautyie4requsntlynin
This Doesn't Sound Good Mentally bellows 'in
cledoutfoeInsidious ::;ul.clayJor; pumping the
J__AccordingiflLjhaJadaCityBana.ner thc chlrchloftrorth"if'"Dewel; < Js -
Easy the-EordsonWay--- - people near that spot are "goingto and intended insult--and this and modern organ" just installed in it
the Slaughter school" at an was proven when'the Apollo-like pro- ARE ANXIOUS. +
open Will Baptist church? REPUBLICANS
the Free :
early date. If they desire an expertas prietor,of the Central drugstore (1 would let take the
When Dad
w BECAUSE the pordson has plenty of power end teacher in that line it is possible dislike lo be too personal) said to meyesterday old mare and th4 bugy with you one spring The independent republican party
that one might be secured from among : sweetieor ,recently organized in Orlando with the
and took
t:' e is fast running,Fordson farms are known as the those murdering miners in Southern I half-broken ride and you your driving with declaration that It was unalterably

' \-.t best tilled farms in the community. Good plowingcaabefollowedpromptlybygooddiscingbe- Illinois i "Of all the homely things I've seen- one a hand?- practiced opposed to the election or selection of
:: .
R' I "And I've traveled the country round, bit older and had any person to ,office, of public trust
t'" ii If this citizen who hag struggled to "This is the nearest looker to you!I" the When animal you so were trained a that just as the who is not an American citizen,'.will

cause the man who drives a Fordson is soon make a living in Palatka for forty Then: he gave a new "Spoof hound!I" sun went down you could put the place a candidate in the field for the.
: of * *
-4. had been at the Chamber neck to United States senate to opposeSens'or '
t years knotted reins around
would attend a similar meeting on as They tell me that Lake Alligtaor ob- in November, according"to
i This thorough tillage,of course,results in bigger I important a project in either of the tained its name because there was When you could go of to fine the oatmeal grocery an announcement by w. C. Lawson,,
and ten pounds '
yi:1ds. enumerated flourishing towns he never found a reptile of that sort in get chairman of the executive committee.
; crop right out of the barrel for two
:ii dipped
they have its waters. Once I was introduced to the ;
'would readily see why gone bits-milthty tasteful oatmeal, too, I In Osceola county republicans
and other towns have dropped, i slim, willowy sprite of a girl seventeen > declare they will place in nomination
11 Because of its scientific design and easy.handing ahead in when ma cooked it so it wouldn't bealljpuddm'y i
behind. the prettiest ever, perfect every a full ticket to be voted on in the November -
: qualities, the RODERICK LEAN AUTOMATIC *. *. detail, weighed about 107 pounds. -? womarrwho.talked.throu .election- Just_now.epecialLpressure ...
When the
,. ENGINE Disc HARROW, specially: designed Not a High Yellow; Everyone called her "Feathers"-because -. I {h her young nose used to think that is being brought to bear'en..
According to a classified advertisement she was so light and fairylike.Six "choir voice" and Frank A. Stroup to accept the nomination
forth Fordson,inspires its owners to pulverize I. in this irfsue some "dark-brown years Inter I met her. Didn't she had a splendid that couldn't for representative "the faith-
ladies" have lost a pair of Oxfords. know her. She weighed 205 dressed. used to squeal so you "Pull ful" declaring that he is a man of Tare
both before and whether she singing
afterplowing. ell was
thoroughly The finder should immediately return "Feathers" Nossir. Pig iron. I For the Shore Brother. Pull For the perception; conservative, pronouncedin
the footwear to this ofice-and thank you. "There and his convictions, and ,an excellent
II THE RODERICK LEAN AUTOMATIC is as avoid a lot of bother_for usual y these * .*. Shore.That or afely LayT"Well Were Ninety peaker. The nominating: conventions
the folks suttingly mean buiness. Thought Must Do Good WorkIf to be held at an early date. No as-
necessary to economical tractor farming as I'd mention this before Herb Felkel I lived in any portion of Polk I thought you ertlon has been made as to whetherthe

special tractor plow. Operated from the tractor I caught me on it. county and needed any wagon work do.I republicans of Osceola are of the
... done, even if I resided as far away as I thank you.WITHDRAWN lilly _. hltA". the "violet ray." or
II seat, it provides easythorough soil preparation, "To Old Thorn" Brew tl.'r. I'd drive to Winter Haven FROM MARKET merely the- ". lldard" variety;; but +R{

with,the Fordson. Strong for power require- Says the West Palm Beach Sun: to the Winter Haven Wagon Worksto they seem to be undaunted .in their
a-livin' in have the completed. That firmis given that the I
"This world we are job Notice is hereby aspirations..
...... ments, flexible for short turning, and adjustable "Is mighty hard to beat; a hustling conl'ern--and I've neverseen Newby' Inn property, located .on .
j ., ;- II to meet all. soil conditions. This is the proper "We get a Thorn with every rose- the Grand High Push nor do I avenue, has been withdrawn from WOULD PROTECT AUTOMOBILESD.
"But ain't those roses sweet!" know his name. I do know that he is the market. Realty dealers having!
disc for Fordson tractors-the one disc harrow 'the most consistent and persistent this property listed will immediatelycancel W. Short representing the Am-

preferred by Fordson owners. To which we might add: I advertiser in the entire county-and the listing) erican Anti-Auto Thief Assoc! ) tion,
with headquarters
an incorporation \
there's nothing hypocritical about MRS. J. D. NEWBY.
about him. His advertising is novel Kiggimmee. July 6, 1922. 80-2tc: In Springfield, Illinois, was In Klsslm-
/ COMPANY And every time those roses bloom and original, and if anvone in OldMan 'mee on Tuesday interviewing
OSCEOLA Some mean cuss, sure's you're born. Lee's bailiwick should advance it Newspaper PublicityIs city 'and county officlala--regarding- .
and snips off every rose- the merits of the conceThis association -
Sneaks \ !
rap i 11'1' the tiead of the firm who \merelv
II Authorized( Dealers And thus skins poor. Old Thorn. lets his candor slip out through his. the Most Valuable is formed along the lines of. f
the old-time anti-horse thief association }

Bfing Poumr Farming H.adgaartrywr unit Might Help a Little pencil. *. John McPhatter realty dealer, hasfirmly with certain modern, addition;
atuiay find Acrv uqnipmmt that .oil!da nton Every year since Marseilles, France, Angered Hix Corporeity concluded: that publicity ob- and renders the car less liable to theft, a
thoroagh work with /... ...rti_ 6y (A. dn.*t hecamo a Roman Catholic solon it Says the Winter Haven Chief: tained through the columns of the through labels attached to tbe'rtia.. ;t

; has been the custom of some bishop' It distresses us to see Thorn, press (riven from week to week, is chine-Just as banks carry in conspic
,.' .. .. of that church to be carried by boat I and Lee and Fitzgerald, and Sellers better than any other sort. He feels lous locations the label warning'
out into the Mediterranean sea some and Naugle, and a few other sure that he is right. Mr. McPhatter thieves of the protective association
I miles and there bless the waves that Florida editors: taking so much : of which the financial institution Is a
- 'w ,they might be less cruel to the sailors Interestin McCormick's.l oPeration says"When an outsider gets a copy ofthe member Mr. Short will be lnJ KUsimraee -

and fishermen. This year the poten- as it indicates they have a local paper he -reads it clear thru within a few' days and see ..
For the benefit of famine sufferers Makers of phonograph records In tate went by airplane eovering vast. fellow feeling for Harold!-John and then it Is laid on the table about forming local association.
the demand for private of that body of water and castine which will be- In touch with every ,
tjhe ADRussia1Cdntral Committee London say areas McWhorter in Tampa Tribune. For the whole family to glance over "
,, has decided to use the valuables in the discs increasing.. Persons are having : his benediction over a large idea scope.if Respectfully referred to Thorn Perhaps others see it. In this..way state in the Union. *-.* _,,, .,r
churches of all creeds in Russia. Thevaluables records of their own accomplishments H would be a mighty good wnd the other boys for answer. the group will learn much of the place LOwer
A consist of gold and silver made and are sending them to their some bishop in this country could airplane Such an urrcalled-for fling from -and they know that the copy isn't issued A government arterian well at
,t candlesticks chalices, gold-covered and friends Instead of sending letters, and over southern Illinois and see the distinguished gent from the especially for the' purpose of a Brule agency, In South Dakota,'' '"
and talk of childrenat if the same! process would have any blamed of spouts blue clay Instead of water. Before
' bejeweled icons and various ecclesiastical gifts. The prattle smoky city makes us so boom. It is far better than any the '
hereticsof weather
accessories: worth about various ages is being filed away Appreciable effects upon the mad_ all we can do Is to lump up these little folders which are glanced windy and stormy 'like
[\ according to reports. $1,600,1 I 000 : a gigantic sausage, rlalngfive or
___ dee, contain-and then thrown into (the
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feet.before toppling over.
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-- hard. basket"It
and waste
Yump Lee; yump .
Ii ''i'rm vOn . Aright be added that a newspapers .
' AWFUL SILLY ACTIONS ,'' a digest Of all the ppenlnp-
t;; .1" g'ood. bad,' and indifferent. Anyone
, froD1.Now'oD. / It is pos-i-tive-ly absurd about to change. loc.tlon.know.. full To r our'Summer:

., Sale everywhere To arrest any residentOf well that there are always to be found ,Yacaaon .
this fair Kissimmee
many community some adverse con.
For breaking fracturing, bending.Or . ditions. They know that there .are :
. .i1he aveur i USC T1ie7, even spraining, a law courts as well as churches+jails as .
Better'a Standing upon the statute books. well as schools-lawbreakers,as wellas 5bit S."Dlet
Most certainly it islAnd I lawkecpers-4mperfections as wellu
I am seriously endorsing: perfections. To attempt to camouflage -
with improvements Any and every movement conveys the idea that something 7
many Deleting every regulative measure decidedly unpleasant is being,kept in I t:.
Regarding the city's maintenance. the background. It always to
pays &uz JREDUCED.f
? remains Kissimmee would be greatly improvedif in
he price allow the truth to be known-even
could be managed
everything' trading automobiles. The truth is '
the ame By restraining Injunction.Don't .- sometimes painful-but in the end itis

you think? always the better. '
Now there' John Henry Leonard, KISSIMMEE-GIRL ADVANCESMiss railroad:nd hotel
.; $1090 A "culled" man of sporty life, '

._ It[ cost him plus ten dollars Edna Schweikart: who has \I TES :
tf, T' fight a woman not his wife; been assistant to City Building Inspector >

for the LeonardGet L. K. Doutrick for several
Why doesn't John Henry months, will resign her position to --r-

( H ,,4- 30x The out get ordinance back a "returning"his was mazuma constructed injunctionAnd ? accept plants the a axr city place transferred when in the the utility water to public ofices and own-light under hest.fathing Florida Beaches. . '

Merely for low-down trash; Mr. Doutrlck will also ba ,
ership. As
; : 3X Not for. John Henry Leonard. come associated with the utilities two '
f r And those who've paid a fine new appointments will be made in the CHAMBERCOMMERCEBROADWAY '

For bicycling the sidewalksAre building department. Orlando Sen- :J"fenlilflliJ""tll.lV al'Applic JiM-
HEN"LTSCO"announced surely missing something good
. its new low price of In not issuing: a injunctionAnd ,.'

r: ; iitci $10.90 last Fall, they snatching the simoleons KISSIMMEE FURNISHES ,
1 makers were already From.the municipal court ANOTHER CANDID \TK
so very
t- busy'developing a still Separated it from the victims. The state beauty contest bein% conducted '
greater "Usco" value. The court is merely establishedTo by the Tampa! Times is increasing GARAGE '

: j,1 The and better "Usco" as pay a judge a salary: in popularity, and so many ,
g And not to in any way i new photographs are being daily received t .
. :,'". t- you see it today-with no change Aid in upholding the law! by that esteemed daily from all DOZIER. &; LAWRENCE( ,. l'rop.-, tit
f-r. in price-and tax absorbed by Everyone ought to know that. counties and all communities that the .... 'y...
the manufacturer. will have great difficulty in Y
iIC': conductedThe "
If itisn't
t-_ r You'll note In the new and way it should function making charming the ones selection.must So be many considered very; General Auto Repairing
these features issue at random
"Usco Just
better '
establish aa"the" most '
I that
to one
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.,' Some sort of injunction. done. The .
Thicker tread, giving greater attractive really cannot be Prompt ServiceReliable rz

'r non-skid protection. Stouter side- I fully and enthusiastically agree problem might have been the easier . ,

} r \ walls. With those more, learned than I solved by having three prizes, witha .
'- That the enforcement of ordinances. toss-up for the superlative. A recent Work t
! 3 Altogether a handsomer Is just about as useless .', issue' of the Times carried the ,
that.will take longer wear both rain in Sahara; portrait of Miss Clara Ploets. of Kis '
inside and out. AalrayiDg-fully convinced simmee. a 1922 'graduate from the

-' The greatest money's worth of That until the proposedCommissionManager Government contestants.Manrs Osceola high. school' as among. the Experienced in all i, makes 4" I'

fabric tire in the history of pneu (Compositor, please use capitals) -- of cars, we can promise s I

?;. matics. / Is We jolly should well put adopted the kiboshOn Trouble Arrested"The .that every.job turned .out : ;

all,laws and ordinances will be satisfactory. Try ,

Heretofore built in Klseimmee. "The four I have been what, '.
put years us once-to prove' we
%' 'United States Tires Our laws our help in ages past. gotnr down, down down with ratarr. : ,. 't
.. Our. for to come. of the stomach, and had to give upwork say, :
hope years a
Rubber CompanyK1SS1MMEE last a year ago because of my weakened ;
United States Are bright as bubbles if they ;
t' - .... Let's put 'em on the bum. . condition.- I'.-suffered terribly Gasoline 'and_ Oil;'Service ,::1 "
-\ from bloating and colic- attacks..
=="iii "Z- Moderate for the
: Prices
.- "l"
its "cop" offend thee Mayr's Wonderful Remedy was recommended '
ix ,- >, Pluck..him and cast him ,.far- to me I took.a course of I It Best'Work, .- ,

-- For it. is.much better'That. and am now feeling fine. It is a simple ... -- ." . .t
harmless preparation that re '
no,law.shall prevail ; elroadway'Garage
.: :o .- : .' Than that any-shall. be offended. MOMS_the...ratafrfril_muma fromZJth: .
If shall be enforced. intestinal tract and.allays: the inflam-
W, YOl& LUPFER& PR"AVER Many strike-leadeis says nation which causes 'practically all ;

; . -To hell with-the law)" ,. stomach, liver and intestinal ailments .
Can Buy : . 'FLORIDA I" --- Wouldn't: things be awfully-nice including appe dlcitIs.*-'One dose, 'wUl '_,/::/, 60f? Broadway' : : i

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VALLYGAZmE: IS LAKE COUNTY Democratic Party : -[
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Is Not. Organized ,
Fifteen years ago Lake county was no better than i .,' "', h .
: OBL.ISH&D BVBRT FRIDAY many other In Florida.] From the time it was1 formed In Throughout State S . ."(,I '\ 'c :.. :' '....,,it\ 1
% M KHl VAIABTGAZETTE 1,887 from Sumter and 'Orange it had gained but little t A .' J; 1 : .

p KI8BLMMEB. FLORIDA prestige. It had about seven thousand population In What Is the status of the democratic THE SUCCESS, OF.TIIE. ,;. ;' ,.,,;: i __
in Florida today? Who is the -f _
t : *I$, )]'r..Id.iit l 1908. and Osceola had.less than four thousand but as party party leader or i leaders 7 Who composes ,

*VO. YANS AGNW.W. THORNDYKB.' Secrtturl ..Editorpyi business. county and "as a 'county having wonderful the state executive committee T .
k i: possibilities Osceola was far in advance, of.It.: 'The'192C These and' many other questions 'cart 4

: ;X ) V* UBSCRIPTIO-I flA'VEOvieVj.&r $ census shows a population of 12.744, and there, i. every and are being asked by those who are Merchants

.c04c// ___.. --. $L00 belief the population now exceeds the 15.000 mark.' interested in the party.According! and F rmersBaflk
; &>* /)4ontha. ....___ 1.00. to. the records in the office of the secretary .
. One (Oo. j Tto 4onthu 60Poatofnoe. Many 'counties are now holding up Lake county asa of state there are 50 of the 61 .

; 0' (Kuter-4 ai. tba at KI..tnme. Florida, criterion of the progress possible anywhere in Florida counties in the state without a''com- .

Jul tj v-, '1_ a s oond-cla matter.) if the people take the initiative. "How has Lake county mitteeman. .. .- '.,' .KISSIMMEE . ,
-- - ---- - --------- --.-- --- --- --------> <-W'-V-W>--- ---- --'' ' (Section 7of the primary law. chapter ',-('"" ,' ,
oommun1catffcn Y'jtcept from authorld% eorre-j>ondenti Improved! is the question asked;.and the answei. 6469 of the laws of Florida plainly -
9 muni L>< signed by the writer. is ..through proper publicity. It has required money. tc says the state executive committee I is an assured fact.A -
,,!j V' Rejected i-ia4t-i---ytn) be ..returned it called for. done there least of dol.
."r do what has been ; yet at a score shall consist of one member from

\ l =It I lars has been returned for every dollar invested. The each county in the state who shall be '

\ _t?,...HEAMERICAN For-i-n_ AdrrtUInRepr.CTit.tl_ _PRESS_! SASSOCIATION" _ ] county has "cut! a swath" which other counties are anxious elected for two years at the primary -
held in 1914' -
and two .
.' .. every yean
that there will] be left
to follow so elsely no ridges
.'" b thereafter. The. members of said executive LOCAL INSTITUTION ; -
, FRIDAY, JULY 1422, (/ In- less than one year Lake county has spent f 12.338tor committee shall within thirty

", .,"'1,, ; .",--.'. -- paid advertising newnpapew: and bookets sent days after the election meet and organize OFFICERED BX.J..OC.Ak.MEN--- ---
.4, .1'1WJltY9L .i._ ""ORTlON fEN! __ .i>,!!,--d! tor..!>!:!Je- ses ne, !slu.toJninJr.JondithJ"planned : : number by a chairman electingJrollLJlmQDItJhela and such other'officers :. -- ,;;:-' --- II _
", ''''' by the Chamber of Commerce. During that time as they may .detrn necessary ",

ELSEWhERE this issue will be found mention of't'hy'rouVam'eViilmehts'to'W'vbted ,there have been 1936 "prospects" secured, 281 have arrived expedient.. Able and-willing to accommodate -

\! upon in the November in the county, and 111 have purchased propertyand How many county executive committees I '

election- nd-the,-vote on one of them is so uncalled for have concluded to make that their home. Every: have met and organized-since its patrons to any extent in .

: and.eo unnecessary that It appears ludicrous. Why go family moving into a county and making its home upon counties the prfmary have of any June organized 6% How executive many keeping with safe .

to 'the-.expenlle! of pttblishintf1 'the few details endorsing purchased property is estimated to-be worth at the low committee at all? According to banking .
something which already exists'T, Why cumber the sta- est calculation one thousand dollars. The family produces. the records in the office of the -socre- -

) vte ,booki ,with unele.s endorsements regarding a )law buys, sells helps support the locality in which it tary of state (only' eleven counties > .

'which 'is already written into the constitution precisely resides, pays the various taxes, and induces others to nominated executive members committee of the in democraticstate the primary -

as. 4ehodbend' : has I been'there" for the past several come and inspect the possibilities; and the chances are election[held June 6, 1922. These

4. decades. that a larg percent of those.who come make purchases. areAlachua county. B.Davis. Gainesville .

... The supNme court upholds the ]laws of this state as I Some states figure that each family brought in adds ten ; Bradford A. ;Z.; Adkins Starke; - ------ -S '

'it best understands them. It is the.highest tribunal in thousand dollars to the state's wealth. Duval, J. J. Beckham, Jacksonville;
law I the lower estimate those 111 families hsve Jackson Paul Carter Marianna; Jef A MIAMIOR the handful of me71whd5tartedthern
; '!:I! Florida.' And every supreme'judge knows that the Figured at ferson. S. D. Clarke, Monticello; Osce- WHY IS THERE the
providing for 'a reapportionment each. ten years constitutional added $111,000 to the value of Lake county-especially ola. A. E. Donegan, Kissimmee; Saint A SAINT: PETERSBURG"Editorial : by great!ana prosperity Ocala and of began-Palatka'Kissimmee advertising

4 .. -just. as he, knows that an illegallyformedbody .o if they located outside the titlesand commenced to Johns. G. W.' Bassett. Jr.. Saint Augustine -' ( in Palatka News) { and working to get some of

$1 : cannot ,create legal laws; just as he knows that produce something or make ready to*get into- the pro- ; Pinellas F. W. 'Ramm SaintPetersburgPutnam. "I can remember when Miami Saint the tourist travel and business enjoy
H. M. Fearnside
not one solitary legal measure has been, enacted since ducing game. Those merely entering city and "open Palatka Union; Joe. Hill Williams,, Petersburg. Lakeland. Plant City, Orlando ed by these towns. They outdid ua

'' the time the legislature In' sel.8lon at that first ten year ing" a store are not worth os much as are the others- Lake Butler; ; Volusia, T. E. Fitzgerald and other flourishing Florida" these and pulled towns prosperity down through ;,
is much overdone and I towns were not even on the map growing Indifferent to<<
limitfailed to-- !carry out; the 'rigid orderse of the state for the "store" business already Daytona Tallahassee Democrat.If of Palatka their advantages with the
said long-time resident very success .
the "records of the ofstajM" a -
constitution. will remain so until the suburban population is vastly secretary 'yesterday. "It was Palatka.. !ssim.I that made them.
\ inaccurate
Governor Ilardee' has but to demand that the next increased.If the other are ten aj counties they regarding of 'moo, Leesburg Bartow and Ocala in .Let's work; let's boost, pull, push '
as are
left llatlve body make 'a reapportionment according to each county in Florida would go at the businessof Osceola county:!! then it is apparent I those old days.: They represented the hope, pray and all of the other things
that contribute
the constitution--and the legislative body, if there shall securing new settlers in a systematic manner in that no counties "nominated1* members larger towns of peninsular Florida. I to sucess.:
But let's do it
who .
remember when Marks. togethet.Demonstration
: .be a sufficient number of honest and intelligent men which every citizen would co-operate, in five years' time of the "state executive committeein founded Orlando. used to come back I II .1.

i : within ,it must, perforce carry! out the law as it now the population would be doubled, all, values would be it the is an primary actual held fact June that 6.Osceola 1922, did for to Palatka and the residents here then Agent ,

stands. Every member of the next J legislature failing] vastly increased, taxes would be notably decreased, and I laughed at him. They said he carried Optimistic

to endeavor to,-carry out the tenets of the state constitution there would not be an idle man in the stateprovidedhe not.What is the necessary action to be the frost line in his pocket. ju..t Strongly **

is ..a rascal kna *,- a'' poltroon or lacking sense. cared to work. taken to cure the oversight? I because he said Orlando. the young ---
below the Wilson
town he was nursing. was Leo H. county agent prefaced -
Each one of them who may be honored by an election' If matters for the moment are a bit dull in Lake 1 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS I frost line. How these towns ever got h'is report for June to the coun-
$ in November knows this to be true; and if he plans to do county the business men are doing there as in many oth- ahead of Palatka and Kissimmee I ty commissioners by this paragraph:

:l; other than follow out thia line of action he should with- tr portions of the state-doubling their advertising pro- (By J. D. Woodbeck, Secretary) I I don't know." I "Three citrus meetings were held

draw his nomination and allow a real man to be elected pcsiticn; in 'this manner is a "spirit of optimism being: I this month, and o neetaoinhsrdclmf .
More letters in favor of state divi- Down in Sanford they have starteda this month, and one truck growers",*
for there can possibly be found a sufficient number that shown to the entire outside world. In common with other I
sion are being received each day by campaign to keep everybody at meeting held at the Chamber of Com
.r, believe in fairness and squareness portions of the United States there is being made a the Chamber of Commerce. Sentiment home this summer to keep up with merce. Kissimmee. The citrus meetings :

;t Of course, the people will vote maoy'of theni, regardIng slow yet gradual recovery from 4;a fancied depression is getting strong in its favor. I the busy things that ire being done. were well attended, the growers

e : this amendment but should it carry or meet defeat brought about by the pessimistic who express themselves Much interest is being taken in the At their waterway meeting there they showing much interest in better care .\
had several hundred citizens in at- of ,
their Citrus-
constitution' I much freedom it must be conceded by all new hotel project, and correspondence groves. experts were
will make ,but ittle difference.- The of the with too yet
doctors and
tendance. There were bankers, present at the meetings, a general
in taken with number of
'stat "thus provides"-'an f'an' thai ,1s heeded is a demand : that Florida has less cause to feel depressed than any I the beinf business men up here. a Talk it and lawyers merchants, contractors, treatment and control were given. A- 4f

by the governor, possibly.adors dt by the supreme court state. If all over the state should be brought the state i boost for it. . manufacturers and farmers. They are better quality of fruit, cleaner fruit
*although that it I not wholly necessary-to bring about of optimism which is ever a great aid both in physical I The Saint Louis American League i I pulling together.Last and more money for the fruit will be .
A the action '*Pch/ has been begged 'oy the' great mass of 'and mental conditions! there would be only the brightestof ; Baseball Company has written thf) ., the Chamber night the of Commerce monthly meeting was held the outcome.ready for Truck fall growers Strawberry are getting ;
( i' ,peOp}e: foV'h,;' >ahyil'yars,' ;' ,,. ''Pia4aly) there has not. been ., situations prevail everywhere. Chamber of Commerce that at this in connection with a general mass planting is under way. and a big Increase -

,a pulm' ef.'.of.'the upper in* k 1ll'.II'hcuJe1t01! ) : the.'last ten JT CAN BE DONE IN OSCEOLA AS WELL AS IN time they are figuring; returning to meeting of all citizens to endorse and in acreage is hoped for." ,
FLORIDA-IF THE PEOPLE WILL Mobile for spring traininghowever; co-operate with Senator Fletcher in Mr. Wilson's] detailed report showed
,.an. butiiat1has< ,expressedprevious* election his ANY COUNTY IN
if we have any proposition to make his plans to secure a of the be had covered during the month 210! ..
j ;! '. f$tronji'de'sirerfor''re{ *rtiorimentj and each tnember IT'THAT WAY! they will be glad to hear from us. survey
,' i Saint Johns river for 20 feet of wa- miles by rail and 620 by auto-an aggregate '
( who hasppose'thd action or" h,s 'b '?'"rieg'tge't' in A 125-room hotel with bath In every I ter. Less than forty persons were of 830 miles-.--in J looking after .)' "..

;' l hli$ (approval. if, i it. has proved/.hlms 1i 'recreant; to his ,NEW WAY TO SELL THE EVERGLADESSOME room; major league baseball training present. These forty, or less represented the wants and needs of the farmers

.thltaken t that "would'uphold1 4nd ',.upport i the con- camp! w would that sound to start the came circle,of town hacks growers and citrus producers. It also !
off the new year? who bear the burdens of most of the showed that in the
i county were 847.
tttnMon of the"United Stated ''ud' of !the'' State' of considerable unpleasant comment
; :, ''' ;: :, : . I .. 'J: . ; years' because of Report of the Chamber of Commerce public endeavor. They have faith in demonstrators and six pig-club \'
;"tf1o 4a : ,. J. ,' I . " w sT caused' throughout Southern Florida aremark recently made in Kissimmee the town; they l see great opportunities and that the number of visits he .. '
..' 1(1 1)8IJr.1mat! arltlt; i1LtiHe e ,y qr" of;) )r,1o t. : mae;- by Congressman Frank Clark on the floor showed that things are going aheadin ; they know there are natural' ad- made to these were 63. Along boYStt'', '

can bring. abouti-the) )deairediend' very easily-'if 'he of'the'lower_house regarding the sale of the Everglades a most satisfactory manner at that vantages. and live In hope that someday roads he had conferred with .

--Will T -- -.-- .. 'I,' ., -- ...I.J 'I. fbythe1;quart," and hundreds of columns of protestswere attractive and prosperous place The it .will be possible to secure a growers' and 87 had called at '" -.
, dwelt considerably the concerted effort to f ice"for consultation he had -diltrib-,
44z:9qIud l rf : I Ili 'remonstrance that assertion Flor- report ; upon put over evfrything ; '
to '
p. .r-- printed' by tourist season lust elosed: .-and,it was that is proposed for the good of uted 61 bulletIns]) : written 83 letters,
,,,NqT ; JMt t : S !,,1i'';,! iSM jip'I idft'IpapeVswtDe l ) : western .and middle-western publi.cation shown that this has been the best the community. During the last year and six articles for the press.-andthat ,'"
: bm\ .'b1ea ved b1&dvoeste uTtU4VIU., ,(/;> J.- : Si tnad4SI.p!, 4+rt of all objections 'raised. Several ever ,enjoyed -by Kissimmee. and no there have been many recruits to this four meetings of farmers had.
; "bn1 :st a&rn c anneh..r.-J\11)\ ?'J10 Y.'Wft'eI.--requ1red'or the Everglades and. the cown- little pride was shown in the fact small'circle as older ones lose heart been held \ .'. -* : j.
that Chamber of Commerce and drop out. that there is -The i'eportwal encouraging. ' 1.
the was believing
ia rth of Ju1j9r se at'M.'rI: n.'N l':>'" rctIguo i \ lJ! ''td prove the entire fabric of the assertion :
: active in taking care of the many visitors no use in trying to arouse enthusiasm
t aaid t e *Jit t oVth, -;Thlteuav ? '" 'ak i(,.:.ere.atJ error"-and Congressman Clark had to visit and helped to make the seasona for the community. RETURNED_FROM. VISIT :*

!il fh i t4ju .Dd< u"t.J". " ,Southern. Florid* tnd make a trip through that maligned! success.-Florida Grower. .

or" d.' ". territory in'order, to learn of his error and be ready' to With practically twelve months The famed town of Neosha lay dormant Misses Mary. Margaret and Ruth,
Yates returned to their home in Bhl
....N6..IIG iIt2i m t*s'emphatlcally; dispute It, annually of growing west her.,and opportunity it woke for up.a half-century.Twenty miles until from.finally gle Creek last Saturday. They have-

st W\'t '\\.. nstl J k I or da! 1 is'the 'stjprertie;: ''Put''' ,riow', cettajn acres of the Everglades are being form of fruits to have and vegetables something In in each the of the largest cities in Indiana one it had a delightful visitwith their aunt II

: ,awAthw; ano j must L"u 0 '.,...."II..J" >V.UP ...J)... Y I disposed i'.( MM,'an ''entirely different manner. It is being month the chance for the industriousand started growing. Nothing caused the Mrs. F. O. Joumigan, at Gotha 5dat '

I p1orda wW ulckl have trJ, J grislative. ,app.rtionM ..-sold, by .thai, pound. This is not a misprint for acre intelligent man in doing: well on growth except human energy. It Bowling Springs they visited their ..
i . ., , the land in Florida hat doubled and trebled its population in grandfather P. J. Lamb. They were-
1 !m iI'' Ii\i4iir 1 ' J" eV'tniartereetfonj.. The assertion means precisely what scarcely an 'accompanied home Miss Mary .".
a few months by .
I i' U ".A load y I Governor Hardeeive )It'says-f-by' the pound. Contracts have been made for There equal anywhere Js a wide in the United of fertility-n States. value .a-hundredfold; property overnight increased Mach, of Cothar-w1Itr helped make -:

-I ta &'*1 pportiomn -,I ,:the .delivery) iof thousands'" of tons of this fertile soil- our soils, and. the range farmer needs to It made such a noise that it was heard their stay there a great pleasure.

4 o n' tp! t c ent:: and the,price varies from five to seven dollars a ton delivered study conditions and apply the knowl' from Seattle to Key West from Maine ENTERTAINING RELATIVES t ;
; I ,' Poor soils be made better to Southern California. They didn't
L 1 f-M'l when lit 11$IU right, on the-cars. edge. can
now" *. "'*; { . , 1 1E -obabty there is not ..another spot in this country and the fertility 'of rich soils can be strike oil or gold or find a-diamond Mrs. McCall. daughter Of Mrs.. X.
mine. But found
maintained-but it takes industry and something far M. Duncan, is guest of the Duncans
t as i : riow't"i ,;and)Flojr a where. a m&n:,can, go ony'Hs( / : farm, skim off about five knowledge.The more valuable-unity of effort, cou- on Bryan street. Miss Miriam Mc-

\.h 1 g*].ijemJature" !> , ,it. pq ", or six '''inches of i the son"Ioacl'" ton, cars-and then buy "75,000,000 fruit and nut trees pled with enthusiasm. Can granddaughter of Mrs. Duncan.
l V\r rr : *U| that 'is needed himself' a 'run-about or tearing.ear with the receipts. of Florida give this state first rank We all know the history of MiamI. left on Tuesday for Saint Petersburg
"' Moore'' farms the of varieties and of Saint Petersburg, of Tampa and where she 'wlll be guest of Mrs. Uhlmer. t.
f. to en.bbU ;P8ttme law 0 theptte: 'l .-;,,, 'jI'h':1.' : .'being dptie at Haven; and the ren for growth quantity of Orlando. They first
were inspired .
P 'A e1)2r JievA..t 41 Weetoi44\ .4111-I . ,ui$ Jn just as 'good cond!\Vp? i"sJ before the soil was over any state in the Union. o. ;,

2 .:;t.u, ti.t."t lJaaulHAHWU obey* an .{amended taken' away. Those selling W'". $eh earth are careful The Osceola Florida Should Development Fall In Board Here -requests I I, Ln_ .

'. Jf1 1)I 1 9 l' R A n.\t, et obey the constiCourts not'' to lower the level!of theitf property to a point where the co-operation of civic organ- I I

a'it. J '"..l.c.' .j drainage will be' ..impossible;' and,It >is shown in many izations and county officials in all

V --. ,' are. provided ,enforc, the laws Wpy" locality lit, would, be possible'1to.,'go, to''' a much greater counties to help make Florida more I Stationery Out Of The Ordinary :

I lv7.' i, depth before any damage would roll ".,, attractive for residents and tourists i

t Should a law (or constitution) be amended be. This soil Is being used?&. 'a, filler"for fertilizers by by highways discouraging for display the use of advertising.of public I {' ,

r .. I J ranee(* per.aI&e.ctid11tbat bafler its by Its violation 'some, of ;the largo plantsbecaae of
?k l J tbji| ct* t* Ust eof.ot*. tJUU :,''' :' In,its lf It' is a fertilizer for.the'gtowth'c'f' many sorts smear signs all over a courthouse or or the professional man. ,

1 The question once more comes Ito the'' front What: and it*.use:as ."filler]] supplies!, n} 'l.u441qualitiesto" other county building as to tack the pi desires to use for his personal''b t. '

,wflf'Governor''Gary: >HardeVdo''aDoi!t this"n\4tter! 'Win all that goes rmake a perfect,.product;,,in .addition to signs county on highways.trees within the limits of the correspondence something better )j" '
'4''' "' Ctf' W'LnM Which'' a quality which prevents all caking than common-and good 'sta ;
i Jt possesses : ,
for-t1p !
Held in Hand
lie a Hammer His .
? will demand tbat: ther. c ntItut1oit&l l, proVl..IQn. ga..xl,. ,,1V.hch'ijle. :ordinary, sand does,> otjn: T..i;:;1'pne:' of the --and knocked and knocked to beat tionery it always in taste. The .. 1

tug r W.iii.; ne4tl.Jt.ItlbtaU l 1 .l nd1wlU'I1o members ,handlers this: muck at Moore ...:yen, is,, planning a the band. His knocking: newer took an drawback the' past has been

that such action' must be the firflrkthe'iet' \ drie >'4flarg* capacity>> which willi* < .j ,be':JHit (in action end.-.he even knocked his closest that the prices were too often "

\ :t aIBembhriVlQ') kriiin: f r I -Jd'' 'ft"i* :1lM'op. of the,.residents .In that locality friend. He kept on knocking every prohibitive the use of the \
(, .4, ,. "J vIt' Utw "I 1 "' soul until his hand lost its control '
4 ...t h ;" iIize'p" ( f a ,IJ: t that and then the strangest thing took common, every-day ort of cor-

OF POPULATIO :.OFjILOR1DAqI! .J p !n 1t i'lIhtP.iO'' thtlnl.h 4 )TO4C-rwlc, "., '" place-his hammer slammed him in re-pondence paper has been ,

J..O\lJJP.JU.KI I : :: : _ _ _ __ "J'i" ,i i'tI"" "u'r It Isu highly i'probably that the'/time'!/ 'will-cOm-when" the face. That knock was certainly no I I continuedfrom day to day i :,
: .'1I&er IIII"" a col01skk '!'boIIt&'th;'go'I fun. It was a hard and solid one. He from month to m.nth. from : :.
Flori b e '
? QU'H! ; !{ I 1 .; ': "J..JI: '" may recover-no one cares. His suffering -
C tan, loser the past ten .years. EHLafayette. ..tljpa4If otl mjl, ;I'e I af\d'B"' peur4is I cia Y .-&o'&h: ., "i'1' ''! Its7 alone he bears. So if you havea year to' year.
Pis ,4. ; 16bl1[ >ettntrJ bt41 Imgto. Bay pou i" hi.t ? :.1o ,*n fI ..,."U hammer now, get rid of it at once ''t

for-sugar-'and- mines. ;,'I while. .Teataorafcftaoahdi.eafe somehow, and boost that isnt hardto HERE IS SOMETHING DIFFERENT'
b 'WW 1J\WII1a bainer saying "BrlnJ.<. W' .el.] f ''I'ia i ?' do. All those you boost will soon :
rrnl mr1; effUson id J JntVJWi M.- 1 of wheats 1" rfcoilTS: 'ldJ hat il '" boost yon.-Kalamazoo Commerce. Put up in cleverly contrived cartons. We are showing-tome 1U
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; \! "1 rI 1 New Apartment HouseWe 'i'j.
the celebrated Hammermill
.'4f &*: i X bJitft fh1li; ton18. percent; -Co-: But whatever I Irk happen"'_ "f ...I.Otiitt.] v ii e/ljl/ l lIn have received assurances that stationery with a ripple finish-something 4.' a

.... tmD\lWfb BddtonJ'U:: it" f iftl;' ' \ Iteybrtd'compare* \; -and so the-people- are learning. at an. early moment work will commence that has not before been show in this shape. Two hundred and fifty Z j
'''WOU ..'*Afil> -'mi-*' j I. : | ; in Kissimmee upon a three- sheets of elegant paper printed tastily with a corresponding number
t 7 Alachua { :Lt7 1' .
) percent; ; Y 'ISWORRYINQ4VERTtTY1.WOi
rfoTALtArtASSEE spar ment house of modern design of envelopes printed in like fashion will "*
equip dealt
m :.cent) Marion...11 pereintPtacU ''''''Jh-eouat -,, 0'311 'U/.It- it/iuw ) :fi.OiW-IL.U *oTuilt upon property now owned home with writing material seldom any office or 1\\ ,
4eft11tjcThhjPk H OIWd1a 5s1i'oItl4tboI e.ntJ.At' :r tint TallabaaseeItWeadi] about't >''r 8Ah--| byresident.. who has been advise ' equalled-never excelled-neat, "
''tasiij "state t t'tijt' Qat such an institution .was one novel and nice; and *o arranged as to' be kept clean and convenient .
"p. r ;,.r>> rdinc' diviaon} n eapita emof-j! ) *
dntl '.a t't: ..4'I ,' ;i ij9' 1
;;" .; ; flncl Joe it : a quail ..JJAy1JJ, srwnent.til ashington recordiati,eaifUwraalioJ shtcx pie i f north and west realize,that '
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:- d \ ', -. _ _ _ _ _ r..r-'uIT I V ,;..- }i. f ifil'k\r\) : ;' fll be a found rreater here gathering the quicker here will each) therebe season - Kissimmee' Valley Gazette Yl: ,

rtlw ,j' Ides of .. ,ml" I%leWot1U1ledtOs ,
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,y. tn.. .J.&( Ilf) th := : Ut.e';' '' ff j nished Flat for rent. 'W. B.garrfs1fflasslti lo 1e gained is most latufactory.ofia carton and'th' satisfaction,-, ; : '!-

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:"tit._ :... WEATHER Official Bulletin. REPORT of! dally ten;...1. I The courthouse TO,BE PRESERVEI roof bat not bee 3 % Pay Off That 8 % Mortg ge'3.! %

t' 'PE perature and precipitation. fur- I painted 'or ,had anything don. to dt
..<'- ., Dished"by the Kisslmmee Cooperative .. for several years-and when it wa
- 1 '. last painted there was only ordinar
-- U. 0. Weather Bureau'' '
J. H. Redditt's Station ,for the week *ndingv. paint used. Saturday' a represents Build on that Lot. Improve

b. elry will b* sold out at 0 Thursday. July-' 18, 1922.: '.. UT manufacturer. of a reliable was before' roofing the materia commit. M y your Homes:: Payoff that Church M"oney oney .
Free Delivery.- "Date' ? Max.Mln.Prep.'. liontrs explaining the merits of hi. ..;;",;:: Debt. Drop a line 'to the .

for tores. ,Phone, 250.I : +\Frida,. .July..7..::.89 72 .IS many goods, knd giving reference to
A 4 71 Trace local people who had used them. J. I.
Saturday, July
,. :Lewi' OBryan left 4t Sunday .July 9....94 74 ,. Overstreet corroborated same ofthe. CONTINENTAL FINANCE: :: ,CORPORATION
ing for h's' office in \ ; "Monday July 10.91 73 assertions mad as some of hi* Hole

Tuesday iulf 11.__91 73 .. proof had been used on the court houvaulL 'Clavto* Building Miami FlorUa. Wt iced .a u livt wire strut L! Kisshaae ,
Mis* Bandy where several attem tat| the
Wednesday July 12 89 71 ,.30. ]
f visitor to Tampa )" Thursday July 13.91, 66. 1.30. been made to have it water-tight, and
.' r testified that.since the .material had ,
made at
Readings. are ,p.
Dr. O. L. ; '
for the twenty-four been placed not a leak had been found how' My Bible "the sarth U the
preceding says
Saint Cloud., Office i hour. In view of:. this the commissioner NOTES FROM ST LOUD! r r Lord's.and the fullness thereof." bub

Miss Nettle Bowen ALLISON T. FRENCH. . agreed that if these compound. know L THE FORUM ,old Twentypercent churns to own' half

Dukes are Co-operative Observer.'Free . as Holeproof and plastic veneer shout of this township.and us poor devil
be recommended by C. F. Thrasher MnWerton that do the work han .him. ...
Mr. and to the,
in Off for vacations
friends Birmingham : pay
..e. ..... ... .o.4.'. ; -
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and Jie would_lookafterthe_applica -Baileyr Monday.:for Pennsylvania - ''' )FFER3' FIVE'MORE NAMES -I fullness thereof." Oh Lord. I wantto
' 'Miss Patricia- '- Del very Lowest prices.. Taj. Lion a'contract would be signed by: ; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morsman know if he pay it over to you?' I
been the guest of Mr. lor Stores. Phone 250. x the clerk for a sufficient amount to Wednesday for Fort Scott Kansas: Editor of The Gazette: 1 don't think he does, for I seen him sell
nan Zurn. has cover the entire roof. There are six: Mrs. Gertrude'' Rodgers and son, Jo To supplement'' the five names th. it and put the money in his bank
.j in Kissimmee.- The first brick for the River ty six squares on the roof and it Ui seph. Wednesday, for Kent, Ohio; Mi Chamber of Commerce recommende : where he loans. it out,for a. big per
, building were unloaded Monday morn estimated that of this material then and Mrs. W. M. Goodell, ,Thursday fy r the charter board to be voted on rent.
Mary Stanley, the ing. la required one and one-half gallon for Tennessee mountains and othe Saturday July 22, I offer the following Oh Lord, I want to know if you
of Mr. and Mr. Paul to the ninety-nine gallonto 'five
square-or the north. : didn't make a mistake when you commanded .
(-)0 iting a month in. Shaves,!! 15c; haircut 35c; childrei: the job. The price is $1.10 per points --- S. B. Aultman N. C. Bryan. D. C. the to collect usury
.L grandmother. 25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 18-t gallon. With sufficient plastic veneer R. D. ("Uncle Rube") Libbey. left McKay, .M:. M. Idillerand'J.'L. Ovei. from their' brethren T Somebody. is
to care for the gutters added t last for his anual trip to< street mistaken and if
on Sunday, you meant what
- of you!
Miss Lillian lI Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Boyte. now the order there is every assurance Boston and later to Maine, where hi. This is not done with any spirit of said, some people who stand mighty)
t. Sunday from her visit Orlando were greeting numerou that the roof i. good for another toyears. will hibernate for the summer with] opposition to the other men. but to high in this community' are going to
4. ? pen, where she went friends in Kissimmee on Friday. the herring munchers.-'and; roll codfish give the voters' a larger/ list to chaos hell sure and this church' will Ion- "'.......

Fourth with'' friends. The ball game yesterday: (sohed! Incidentally' it might be said that balls with the natives of Martha'. from. Now. voters snow to the world some of its mighty pillars. 1

For rent: Nicely uled with Loughman had to be nbar C. F. Thrasher stands remarkably;; I Vineyard. that you are real men and' women-b O Lord I want to know if you mad
: in the estimation of the commlslioners. .. I down .
high tying every petty personal dli to
I flat. at summer doned on account of flooded grounds. some people work and some to -
airy The contract was not, authorized I Mrs. William Johnston is seriously; I ference and until Kissimmee'* future play; some to wear fin clothe'and

rl over. The Gazette Mrs. -Flossie Gilbert of 'Tampa, i 1 Is for this roofing material "un I ill. I is decided as to'the commission-mail some* to go nearly! naked; some to '
spending a short vacation here vied less it was endorsed by Thrasher"and ager/ form of government forget .11 drive in fine carriages and some to ,
Mrs. Frances ing' Mrs. C. L. Bandy and other relatives every mention of the man was Mrs. Harry Johnston ,and small eon rel. about any factions and churches and work in the hot sun I
left on .' ., i I.'a.H. .' highly eulogistic. Apparently he III' of West Palm Beach are visiting vote for*the best men to compose! the want to know if you everr.da1't. purpose -- J
weeks'IItreeti stay at are of the few men against whom none 'Datives and friends here. charter board. Think whether it will or if these fellers are running .
H. Hull, of Saint Cloud was a has a complaint: KUslmmei raise or lower taxes; whether it will bluff on us?
Mrs. Missouri business visitor in Kissimmee on Mar Mrs Ed. Thomas was a be best to trust one man under' And. Oh Lord I want to know why '

street, left on day--accompanied by his uncle N. H.: Union Meetings Are'BeinG' visitor on Wednesday. board of three men, or five councilmen we have to divide up with the feU

where ahe expects to Hull. _____ W.iiI Attendee George E. Hunter of Sanford. i i. Don't worry about your gettina idL l t that don't work. I want to know
t"'o. month as guest I calling upon his old friends Jiere. job if this. form or that form of government why old Deacon Twentypercent live
If your car is in need of repair prevails. Khdammee"tu.ture : in a fine house which he didn't make
M*. and Mrs. S. H. phone DuPont at "77" for quick set- There was a large audience at the< Lilburn Godwin of Hastings: is hangs in the balance. and I have to live In a little old Shanty '

and Mrs. .Stanley vice. 25t f union meeting at the Presbyteriai spending a .few day here with his Cnsider it from every angle, so which I had to make I want to p.
mee. were week-end: church last Sunday evening when parents. when you come to vote you will be i In know why his gals an go off on an
home'of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Lillian Farnsworth of Sanford the sermon was delivered by Rev. J. shape to vote excursion with a lot of fine-haired
New Smyrna News. enroute to Tampa was guest of A. Sutton D. D., of the Baptls Mr. and Mrs7T H. Phippe of Kis right.G.. B. WOODALL. dudes and not be talked about while
Miss Mattie Bandy the latter part of church. The service was a very interesting simmee, were Sunday guests of thei if mine happens to speak to a youngman d t
Dor Rent: two. the week. one in every detail,.-and the< parents, Mr. and.Mrs. William Phipps THE STRIKE SITUATION they are bad medicine T I wantto

..' house, unfurnished, Mr. and Mrs. "Jack" Sparling now I meetino was most enJ->yabl<1. The< of Maryland avenue-who also recently know Oh Lord if you meant what
The' ..trkeand die coal
-406 Main Sunday evening Jessie M. Terry,
way union meeting on entertained Mrs. said when
of Orlando, were visiting in Kissimmee strike have assumed you you declared that "it
fice of The Gazette, will be held in the Methodist dangerous point
next of Orlando. is
on Sunday looking after their! points-the main centers of troubl easier for a camel to go through
street. holdings. church when the sermon will be deliv I arrived fron In"both east of the the eye of a needle than for a rich
tred by Rev. W. H. Dresch. D. D.. of: Mrs. Charles Kinerson being Mississlpp ,
man to enter the Kingdom of Heav. r
and, Although Illinois harbors of the ...
Mrs. Ellie Johnson Free Delivery. Lowest Taylor the Presbyterian church.: The reputed her Vermont home on Tuesday most
prices. en.If did nr telrSalllewhelt'
her four children left I will be accompanied intensely vindictive of the railway employees you
250.Mrs. excellence of that pastor as a bublli upon her return
Stores. Phone :x I I get Jiome; it'll do her Iota of good
Beach who has been out of who are resolved that their
Daytona and sermonizer will withou by her father
speaker .
If is
it so there'll be some mighty disappointed
will make her home Elizabeth Floyd returned on; doubt draw a very large audiencx. health for some time. places shall not be filled with thos poeple in this neighborhood. ?

Tuesday from her very enjoyable] via Sunday evening. who desire to work many othe Arid, Oh Lord. I want to know If R
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Florida Big GainerIf points in all the eastern states are refusing you
it to Sarasota. :
have got the same opinion of lawyers
family, accompanied to obey governmental order.
Persons were guests i Stratton Story of Kissimmee. pent Well Just Finished Measure Passes The proclamation of the president i I. 'you had when you was down here. 1don.t "

sister of Mr. the week-end here with home-folks,- On Lupfer Property I, unheeded and at many points when think they are any better than '
of Haines City: Plant Courier. troops are gathered to preserve they was then-worse. If anything.
City The approval of the army appropriation property
And. Oh Lord will pleas tell
it ii and prevent bloodshed the men In you
4;., !Mrs. D. C. Wheeler For sale: Missionary strawberry;; J. Earl Lupfer, on his twenty acrei. bill by President Harding of the uniform are jeered and derided. The me If you made me on purpose to

minent teachers of plants, thrifty and free from diseasef4 near the J. Wade Tucker estate hat pointed out at the headquarters An'ocia- strikers and their supporters are/ carrying work for old Twentypercent and oth-.
ange county located per thouKind. R. L. Over treet, had a well driven 895 feet deep. and Atlantic Deeper Waterway to the Jacksonvi'l' things with a high hand, the era who don't work t. I want to know'If
( much
baa been visiting in R. F. D.'No. 1. Box 38. 8-4ts.: found a plenteous supply of water tl>n. means will benefit materially! rail service is being crippled, live. Sri you intended for old Brother Skin:.,
week-greeting some ] reaching near the surface. Mr. Lup district, which harbor being taken and many are being Injured flint'* girls to be better than mine? .I
friend. The strong gust of wind at threi fer is making arrangements to bring from the annuW river and m that bill in the melees which are taking If you didn't why does the word treat '
o'clock afternoon has taker allowances as now carried them better? And if .the world is
yesterday accompanied his 'land into fruition and place in localities. Florida i ii.
remembered- many
The offices of Dr. rain and thunder the work For this it will be why don't jerkbald.-,
by lightning wrong yon
this means to commence estimates of the the only state thus far free front &IIJ'; '
now located on the < brke off the century plant tha James C. Dibble drove the well-and ,re.s substituted the to $42.. outbreaks. In some localities UK headed? A !' {

Okeechobee building was in bloom in the Chapter House. is confident, that it will prove highly chief of engineer amounting proposed Legionnaires are acting as guards Now Oh Lord, I haven't cot,anything
,4 enue opposite the 815.661, for the 27000.000 again' old Twentypercent, but'h.
; grounds. satisfactory. the I although some of,the member of the
director of the budge, '
"If'I. by the . got a note again me. I don'twant
Mils Margaret Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck and Mrs. ground that an intelligent ('stlmstewa" same organization are out on ..trike.The' to kill hfm/.but if you calkr
SCORES OF CHILDREN admittedlyarbitrary strike of the railroad men overshadows .
a. couple of weeks to one
George M. Gardner returned yesterday GOOD HOMESIf to be preferred the refusal of the miners treturnrto make him read his Bide lik.I do hellknock
and NEEDING considered. <
Winter Haven on and Insufficiently
from a shortvisit to DaytoniBeach .off some of that percent and I
be accompanied by of. this to the Jackson : work-yet it, tot Is appall
where means
they were What dress. next
jruestn can get .
\, that city Mrs. J., M. Lee and daughters-wh< you have homeless,ever considered orphan takinga 01 ville district ls clearly'shown by therouowing tag.these troubles.Besides there the loss has of been lives an enormous ii. fall. Oh Lord,.I wish you would enlighten rx
have a cottage thdre. fine little and figures: Is it for to r
me. right people
; Harris Is its ( ( and loss .
Bradley girl .into your home for care Johns'River ((3 projects) 696OOC) property money .
St.' church and show their fin: "
4'.. Palatka. where he has Miss Mary Bryant has l'eeo'Vered adoption, now is the time to \decide. Miami 'Harbor' -....-.\..,.:,..-. 46.-000 and if the government-) holds to Its determination clothes goto ? ''I*.it right to' talk scandal
' tion with the : from her recent illness and is nov to ao it. writes Marcus Fagg. superintendent West Harbor ?...?..._ 88.WW\ there will be many for ? Oh did .r
Key ? about neighbors Lord
pan He is a recent back on her job at 'the telegraph of of the.Children's Home Society Indian River *...,..,.,,-*.,. 5.000, mar employees looking for. employment your Jo toll lies
i' .' the Klssimmee flee. Mrs' M"aUleBelle Siever. wh< of Florida with beadquarten at Kissimmee River ........ 10,000 when the country again gets set,. you to give tell the truth ea .
"" for Miss Building Jackson- fc.,2. ...._ 5, 0 members of th has been substituting Bryant 428 Saint James Oaloosahatchee __. ? And now Oh Lord. I want td know'
I!. The of : during her ilness. has been trans ville. ,Florida, Homes are especially Sarasota Bay ..____-=__-._ 65.000 at many points,.with no.indicati n of. something,,about making this earthlike
. deavor Society hold f Wllli.ton-Avon Park Pilot needed for,boys and' girls from eightto Clearwater Channel ...:. 1.000AncJote abatementRACCOON the kingdom:; of heaven Old Skin.
church to a ;
are there '
-- of though __- 7,000 ,
fourteen years age River ____ EXCITEMENT flint and Twentypercent both praythat ,
tag at Conway lake Mrs. J. F. Walter announces the and children under
babies "
This is are a few wee Tampa and Hillsboro Baysand "Thy will be done on earth a. it "
o'clock. ,
six Blanche Mueller ti
of Miss I
marriage : looking for I 450.CXM1
the Reds have to "pay George, Goff. which occurred at Jack five years to eagerly claim them and !give River (3 projects) Monday someone spied a is in heaven" and then they make uspoor
loving parents cOon near the railway station.-Then a fellow that owe them work till
All pupils desiring and sonvtlle Mrs.on Goff Saturday'are at home, June at 17.811 Liberty Mr- them the love and care that have.God Intended Total. __._...____..'1.397.60"KISSIMMEE crowd appeared and drove the fellow nine o'clock at night to paywhat'w.; *:
summer school Jacksonville. that they should up a pole. It was stated that he ha< owe them. Oh'Lord U this the way'
Roy Graves and M,. street All that the Society asks of families la- CHAPTER GROWINGThe been making things unpleasant foi they do in heaven? If it Is can't yon

will please meet at Remember I will continue to do repair who apply for -these children sufficient IS RAPIDLY owners of poultry, and there was a desire put me' somewhere about halfway between .,

Monday, July 17, at 8 work-/but my entire stock of that the income of the family reasonable be Royal Arch Chapter of the .Masonic to kill it. After being the targel heaven and hell? v r "
'. per week. jewelry will go at cost while it lasts. to give: the child fraternity of Kissimmee is making fort sticks and atones the fellow came And Oh Lord last, but not least,
You will never again have a chance comfort education and .pporlunltYithat and: wonderful strides in swelling 1U down and skidded info the laboratoryof I'd like to know If: rid Twentypercent
In place of to buy jewelry at prices like these. they be of good character; and each communication the Watson-Hall Manufacturing is going! to.heaven. If hells( cant you ei
( sum Mrs W.:H. Come early and selection will provide for the child and love it. membership its roster. Monday Company-supposedly to get! some put me on th. other aide from him?
**to Orlando several J, H. Reddltt. 20 Broadway. 31-lti as they would their own. Applicationsshould IIee.n w names and upon evening saw a good liniment "good for everythini. Hain't enough for''m* to neighborwith
treatment. -This be sent to the above address afternoon ,I
for and large a under the sun him and slave for hhn. on earth?
until she Is so far The entire stock of jewelry, many Homes are wanted for a little partially most eventful initiates -were .so cared for Shouted one man: "Grab him. Doc!" Oh Lord, if him. and his family, go .. ,I
will be able to be very attractive articles among the lot. blind baby girl, another baby number of to But "doc" had lost no coon and remembered '. there will his girls tarn up their noses ,
talus by automobile and all) of them of good material now boy who has just had his club feet that it at was four found in the necessary afternoon and open but for the moment the teeth and snub my girls. whe nthey meet TWill r
pects to remain a being closed out at cost. 'No exceptions. straightened out. and for several pairsof lodge intermission to partake of the and the claws "of the animal were awfully they all have the' same kind 'ofa
J. H. Reditt. 20 Broadway. brothers and sisters who do not for an by members of the awfully) sharp. He sidesteppedSaid harp or will the deacon_ "girls have
at luncheon prepared
Cecil Phillips
but homes fug ,
Sl-lt want to be separated the session held till a the other man: "111 show you finer ones?
dent of Klssimmee. older girls and boy. are the most Eastern Star how to grab him so as not to get hurt' Oh Lord it's awfully .hard to serve
working on the Mrs. E. F. Davis formerly ,of Marl needed just now.BROADWAY late hour the hour thatB. --and proceeded to grab. However. you And the deacon DOth for your
Clay Johnson later a has arrived Klssimmee to ,It was during;
In the
anna same
the Host the coon grabbed first-and lo ant minds don't seem'to run
at West Palm Beach, make her home. Attorney Davis met NOW OPEN B. Lumbard Captain of ,
GARAGE handsome Masonic! behold, the last state Of that man wai channel but I'm going to try to do it
the foremost her in' Jacksonville and after brief was presented a .
a worse than the first. He was bleeding if it busts a gallus.And ,
schools of Pinellas visit there the couple returned to this The Broadway Garage which has fob. as a slight token of appreciation held like a punctured porker and hit now. Oh LoM, that hain't near < .
he e
visitor in !Kissimmee rest- been closed since the Eding-tons went of the esteem in which was
city to make their permanent The trousers; were hardly worth the send all. but I can see th* 'deacon is get
.. enroute by car to lance north is now open under the man- by the Masonic fraternity. Han.per. presentation -. inathe Near East Relief. In i ting restless, and I haint much on 1,?
.. made by H. or
R. M. C.
beyond. and
points* of J. B. Dozier
agement '
but if want me
who in' they
wreck two that man was going anyhow;
or pray ,
who expressed regret -
Mrs. L. M. Williams, of 409 Clay Kiislm- High Priest
Lawrence, who decided that Iwish
month III
be in next try.
about to to show how to do it will pretty to do it agin
itreet 'has been seriously ill for a considerable mee- lace in which to thatjh recipient was rain }
was a of
fair and he'll know lot would send plenty ,
with the shape-- a more you '
.f time and for the past two conduct a high grade repair shop and sever his active connections little 'that not +'t ,
to me a on
about coons.P. o as help
removal to
wrecks Mr. Williams has been her ..ole.ttendan moved here from De- Chapter because of his
consequently deacon I want to get
Orange.Spot S.-The raccoon which was an I owe the for ,
. The ill woman would appreciate Land. Both men have been long in Tampa admitted to enormous one. was finally killed by it paid before we both get to heaven
callers-those who Thirteen initiates were
the business, and Mr. Lawrence says: there'll be hard feel in'* about'it,
( ) the afternoon and. the use of firearms. so
and least .he during
irop in occasionally spend a 'We .are going to attend strictly to Chapter end his gals can't throw it up to mine.
7 ON BLUFF a t few momenta to relieve her lone- business and will give our patrons the svening.. They were F. Byron Ames I .THE;: PRAYER Oh Lord. I don't know how this I.for .
'; .:. .lomeness. Local societies might bear and at William L. Bullock, Alger E. Cowirer. .
.n $15 per week $ beet possible in every case a B. Ellis OF OBADIAH POORDEVIL a prayer but they said you would
his in mind.BROTHER Tans P. Eiselstein. James
minimum charge. We feel confident what in
Y MELBOURNE. Water give me word to aay was myheart
that we can satisfy anyone as to our J.f C. Gallatin. Dewev W. Garcia (Lake Butler Times) and I hav just said what Chonrht.
DIES IN CALIFORNIA ibility-and we shall make quick and Harris. C. W. 110110"'''. Tandv Some years ago so the story goes, ( and I hope I haint hurt no.
George A. Reed James W. Poordevil.
Pryor Obadiah who
erfect service motto. one frequently -
street our
625 : feelin' Amen.
(;. E. T. Marple, Qf Mabbette ., Sage; and Donald E. Zellers. meeting. but .ellota body's :
eceived a wire on Monday announcng PLANNING TO RETURNJoseph participated he bad
because no
, '" THE THREE the death of his brother. H. M. AfTER A-BRIEF VISIT low of language: was asked by Dea. You'I' I
le in California onunday TEXAS l
; Fullerton TO
tarp Shaw one of the re&'Ularwinter j WILL RETURN ion Twentypercent: to lead in prayer, .
at the age of 67 years. De- visitors in Kissimmee writes Borne like the north wind eh! l- '::!
THAT KILL Mr.. and Mrs Marion Carson and and was assured the Lord would pot are
::: eased was an active associate of the hat his contemplated return in hildren have returned to KlaslntmeeMrs. ht words into his mouth. The fol- Me their do not please; ?T

i jllerton Oil Company, and his death wining: November may possibly th.1 I -{ Carson and the children. cem- I owing is reported to .have been the You are like a spring time thrill >'
"L averred very suddenly and was prob- delayed because of the condition have And a nminer'br.*.B*. I
Pr-Uta Roac nt Wlt. ..Inll from Savannah, where they application[ : t
., ibly the result of overwork. Mr. Man I I.1s1If drs. Shaw who is now but tell that 'will
been making a visit of a month or Oh Lord they me you
left no immediate family, and his avaM dngi from 'a severed illness. I the feelin'a Some like atory'night- J '
words to are *
I from Mezla. give me
and Mr. Carson ; express
2r;:%, t Py-Uti fly nt Interment was ordered at Fullertony Ar. Shaw writes that .if the couple tore'exaa' ., where he U considerably inter of> my heart. Oh Lord, send 'em down I would them forget; '-.* 'cA q
% brother here.UGHTNING .
KM of
ail to return it will not be because 1
... ted .in some promising- well lrieht now for I've got a wbol.lot to You are like the firelight
: Py-Uli'Fly STRUCK HOUSE fly desire to'remain' at'Ms'hotn*the irt'eading'Pennsylv.niatbrough .They speak of thousands of dollar'''laJr: Oh lArd Ill till yon who I amnd When-the' tress" are' wet. *, },

there with' as much abandon we mebbe yon won't want to listens ; r
; rlnter.-: for and haint got Some are Ilk*the mid-day h*at-wo: 'I J
::,=1sSoldeg a ). .- Tb".l'Iaidence of W."W. Ivey.; 808ark mention alne-l dollar here. said Mr.larson. to I'm poor very ,
t.t' Handled In street .east, 'near the railroad SUDDEN DEATH ." "When I first went there I inch education. I'm just plain Oba. Take them from my sight; to' F'
lor Syaterdtof Stores rack, was struck by lightning yes.trday JARPENTER'S mouth epen in lah Poordevil.- ,haint been a.fJ' You ar leafyshadow* sweet; \jt\1
;p---: Grocery. : afternoon tearing off a I conkierable .Wl lam W.:Hancock..-'a carpenter .orprise at, the big figures used. I bad sinneQ nor a very good' Christian. Refuge of delight. "

' way .'M.nul. portion of the roof. and.dokg"minor iving:at 102. DilUngham avenue,.'Wa. Ih-LoroV mebbe..I'm'wrong'", Some discordant' -- 'tSays "
; r I. darnSgea. There were sevral orth,died suddenly )Monday night- that much money in the world; gems to me that this world Us wrong are like i
ft" it is' stated later I rich In arty[ everybody is going to the devil m* from their blight; '- a e
1. : : occupants the dwelling when lit event being caused but when saw men get
J. J J. GATES the electrical disturbance-took: place souse of a blood clot upon his brain minute I began to think It was. aUto or else I am. ,Mebbe I harent got the You are Ilk Love voice' ,'nw-foun4t, -' .. ,r*,

.aa ; -but,none 'were ,injured,to any ex: toeeased was aged about tblrt1'ftveand i the I mustard and .commenced to [g-bJUOiid of a Bible but It:_ jut Ilk -. >Mule. In the night ,I, ,,(\ OIn ..

'\6':. tent. although all,felt the effects; but has been well known thro1lBboat.the.eft '.wl into it,myself." '' H" Deacon',.Tweatypercent'a. : England ','are'600'motor.
..tIfI"I"': Successors. : U fluid passed,from the'house along ) and county for years'The fat Mr:Carson will soon return:to > Oh Lord..I want lo know about a there:
' Gate rhol ..lot of things. I want to know rucking compani** '
(if.( !?'f'mUs'. ment! took place Tuesday; afternoon., i.but lira. Canon and the children carryinri 'to-'

..yJ. SANFORD. ,' .tbe..eteetJ1c"nr.. ,with.. ,'padded..dan : i ft cemetery north of.this city; '" will remain' her" for .the present', '! youmace. -, -- thi. earth'_'for. any14 ,!, distance of. 100 a morekf.f- -
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4 CREAM1 WHITE, FINISH the Monte ''Verde school
er is ) have produced some ..
The yield. was eighty
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which for the bridge across
4 value : at Titusville is being 41Moi'ePouliryPinMon
asset ; as a large force of
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of in Okecchobee ,./P.JRIII
the the News of that : ,
hb helped make progress.." __ ,

4 1, iftIiIW r x In No this ;;; to, be going ahead u. .,
Trw line. Last Saturday d
a theatre gave away a
dlA set.v the week before
of groceries were pre.
lation ticket holders and
+ of ; is planned something. You can get more .eggs and make more 1 i
.I> been money by feeding hens' more material for j
-- "get been awarded for a'' making whites of eggs. No grain feed con t I
such Winter Contractors Haven promise that 1 tains anything like enough white-making

! elopers in advance of the material (protein A. a result many yolk are
Make a Room Like this YourselfIF such its commencement formed in the hen's body that are never laid.'
adopt four years ago.
+ k. that needs decorating be Purina Poultry Chowsfed
" you ave a room and jn age from 13 ;

"1 a ceiling to be repaired, or a new : Home night Society ran away at together, make more eggs because they .
ty or started on a trip of wp ply the scientific balance of all the elements .,
room to be made out of unused space that The with no particular end a hen requires to produce the .'
found on Doctor's In- number of whites and .
t make effects -
you can stunning yourself Cove Springs in Clay olkt which she capable.
by using Bird's eponset Board Cream and : trudged barefooted -Purina Poultry Chows are sold PURINA PURINA ,
and when night
make U1 IRu
.. both sides. "camp" wherever under an iron-bound gruaran- H EN ,:
White moisture-proof on r. to be. County Proba- tee of More Eggs or Money, eui..are '''7
Takes C. Lanier took them Back. ..-. ... .. N1hiiltt -,
well in wish
paint wonderfully case you to --
.paint it; but it needs no painting or other decoration '- \ r. ,-
because of its beautiful stippled creamy white ; .* D.purchased Johnson the and Ar-T. Sold in Checkerboard J:
f finish. and have already Bogy Only byFLORIDA
r \. Cor Mr. Hull was for
k f.Think hbw many places there are in your home I associated with the
where Bird's Neponset Board can be used to ad. : ,with and the for'Record the past

vantage. Then come in and let us tell you how : All are thor-peo- FEED STORES ;
and will with
little it costs. 11: families make the '
fi BIRD*.sot..(......(CuUUMd 1TSS Euc WWi,.b.MAN.W. cial force of the whole] 306 Broadway .
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B. MAKINSON COMPANY I info 8-00: capital of Slam con- TELEPHONE US YOUR
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bamboo rafts as a pre-
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8:00 occurrence owing to Up No 218TWOONEEIGHT
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President. Vice President Sea & Treas. :

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t OF'APFI.IOATIOWNotlc TOR'I'AIDEp : .1I..lnI or Am.icATioi.; FOR 'I'AI
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:AMPO1(. . 11 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS' 'J))1 I Is hereby' given:.. that' B. O' 1 DEED .

.. : >*'l.H.lli_ T..e.V | Hancock purchaser of Tax CertificatesSos. Notice. 'la hereby given. that R.: F. Be.van .. AGRICULTOMlPOINTERS)
and Studious O.I II and U. dated the Tth day ol purchaser Tax Certificate NoIts .'
.1..0. Violin. Will .. June. A. p. 1130. has filed Said dated, the (th day of July A. D

ot Pupils.. For aj> I"ROCLAXA'I'.OIlf. AND iforicn o*. lIOTIClit, Or ADMINiaTRATOK FOB' cates In my of Hoe and has mad c.rtlf"j 1)11. .has flied said **.rtincat la 110. Saint <:Ioud.- SPBCIAL. BL.BCTIO FINAL DISCHARGE ; cation for tax. deed to Issue In once and ha. made application for tai have aV' ,
dance with law. Said 0ertiticats.s'ecnbrace deed to Issue In acoordano with law.. new 'supply of Farmers' i

.... ........ 'T, H. R. Mar, a. Mayor' of the City ol In Court of the County Judge. Osoeoli the following described property "certificate embraces the followln Bulletins on the rack in any office
Klsalmmee, Florida. by 'virtu of tho County, Stat. of Florida. In r* Ks. situated In Osoeola County Florida U- described property; situated la OsoeoliCounty that the growers may get any time
In vested. and I. J. R. Oil- tat of General Jackson Yates, :Di I Florida, to.wlti
power m. witThe of Section IS,. Undivided Interest by callingor writing for same. Up
bert CI.rk of th* City of KIs- eoased. *> NHM of 8W,4 one-half In 8H
as City
slmrae*. Florida, by virtu of the power Notloe Is hrby given, to all-a:1 Township IS South, Rang ST East of 8B%, aeetlon IT. TownshIp IK South, to date I have 160 different bulletins
B. P1CKERSON In m. .vested, by Section 1875 Revised : may concern that on the NW% ,ofNHtt and NE% of 5514Section oi Rang IS Bast. onthervarious crops and problem
.' General Statutes of IftO of tho July A. D.' 182$. I shall apply to th. II,. Township South. Rang Th said' land being assessed at the that the farmer conies in contact with.
State' of Florida ..HKREBT GIVE NO. Honorable T. L. Comer Judge of *alCourt < IT Bast. date of the Issuance of said e.rtltleateIn
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. TICE that the City Council of the City as Judge of Probate,' for mj The said land. being assessed at the the name of B. W.: }'laCh.! Unleai Ue these bulletins. They are helpful tl.L

... . of Klsatmm: **, Florida, at It. regulaiadjourned final discharge as Administrator' of th date of Issuance of said certificates lathe I aid certificate Shall be redeemed according ;Are you preparing your soil 'for the ,
Brick-laying Lathing Plastering meeting hold: at the City estate of General Jackson Yates deceased name of Jessie Clark t. tax deed will lssu strawberry crop this winter T And toy :'
; will Unless said shall b* redeemed I.Wl
certificates '
; and at the same time I ,
Hall In Klsslmra., Florida on the Tt th.reon on .Ib day otAuguat. A...
doing will it be
Painting day of June. A. D. 19XS unanimously present to said Court my final aecowntia according to law, tax deed] will D: 1"ZS.. L. I, so ready to plant by
No. 121 Brack Street. Klsslmmee adopted lha following resolution: Administrator of said. estate Issue thereon"on the Slst day of July I. I* OVERSTREET the first of September T Th. beds
: "WHEREAS Twenty : of ask for their approvaL A., D. 1822. OVKR8TREET.' Clerk Circuit Court should be made up at least'one month
: u.'lltl. ;
t1rt 1. ,
th voters of of Dated; jun A. Oaoeola '
qualified Ub County. Florida. before planting. ao that the beds will
Klsslmmee Florida, have petitioned .E. .U.. OVERSTREET. (Circuit Court SealClark > SEAL . u
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' -O.-F. KRIBB8 VT..J. STBBlKR1BBS the City Council for .. a "_ .It Administrator.NOTICE Osceola Circuit County Court., Florida. . By KATHLEEN "SKARDEN. 1, be .well set.:firm and ready to planton.

chanir In the form of the present 1-It 11-lt. S Deputy Clerk.: Strawberries must not be set on
& STEED municipal government and the OI''l: APPLICATION FOIL soft unsettled beda. for the buds will
election of a Charter Board .. DICED NOTICU OF .APPLICATION sUit TAX
*.._?. ... ,,__.._..*. at LwKlawlsaasM appears by three certain petitions James C.Tyson. DEED be covered by dirt as the plants settle'
SVIoriaa on file with the City Clerk and by Notice. j* hereby given of Tax, that Certificate Notice I* hereby given the J. K. Th Board of Public Instruction of thus causing-'the plant? to die. Use .

r the Certificate of :I. R. Gllb.rt", as ..NoLI1ncl purchaser 6. dated thTthday ol! Johnston. purchaser' of Tax Vrtfloat( Osceola County Florida, will reoclve, all the manure available; makeup the"'"
-- .e.- :.te-a.-- ---Ctty--Cotkr--vf-jhe-Ctty-of--Kt.eim-. June A. D. morhaa; fn.d.ldoerUn... Nol 7Tr-dated-the-Sd-day-of--June, A; sealed pFoi osals-Tor-;-rurnlshlrilt' labor bedao the manures and "foplant-" -
vItd atat**
Florida said certificate In
U. has
me*" : p. filed my
for the construction and
resolved cates In my office and has mad application Ing- work in of the beds .hard.. '
THEREFORE. Be It by In Office, and has.rnade application 1 for tax addition to the school house at on top 4.
for tax deeds to
the City Council of the City of deed to Issue In accordance with law, wood ashes to sweeten the soil
with law. Said certificates embrace Campbell Florida I until 10 ". up .;
Vat Johnston O. P. OARRB1 Klsslmm That *:election b. held on the the following described property, Said described certificate embraces situated th.I la fulljwlns OsceolaTounty m., July II, ItSI at the tl-I; rkth' and add a small portion of the potashyou
an .
'- situated In Osceola County: Florida, to- .d..rto County Superintendent of Public In.truction. will need for of '
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW I2d day of July electing A. D. 1522. for wit, .I : Klsislmmee, Florida. Flans making- a berry. ,. ,
of Charter Lot Klaslmmee Heights.
th. a
purpose Lots 18. ST and SS Narooossee. S.w 115 good quality. .
Board: I The said land being assesn. il at the specifications will b* on file at the '
RK8OLVBD. Further that five tlon S. Township 26 South. Rang II date of Issuance of said certificate In office of the county auperlntendent. Remember that the growers In' Klsslmmee. -

Of flees I 10 11 and 12, Oiceola Ban< resident, qualified voters of the Hast and Lot IS of Narcoossee SectionS ; the name of Mach Brothers. Unless! Maid The board reserve the right to reject I Saint Cloud and v Osceola .

City of Klsslmmee, Florida, shall Township SI South Range 31< Kast... certificate shall be redeemed accordingto any or all bids. county must have in at lout 200 acres
4r Building.KI33IUMEE1. The said land being assessed at th
thereon ,
constitute the said Charter law tax deed will Issue -on
FLORIDA- -Board,-I o perform the tfutUs out date of Issusnce of said certificates the 11th day. of July. A. l>. 1922. By C. E. yoVVELL. of berries this winter In order to bring.
lined by Sections li'71! 16 tIIBD'both In th.* nam Unless of said C. Sackhaff cartificalea and shall H.: bredeemed ElPage. I. J U OVEHSTR KET. County Superintendent. buyers here to buy the crop. Whatwe

Inclusive, of the Revised General deed Clerk Circuit Court want are buyer. on the ground for .
to law, tax .
Statutes of 1'*0 of the State of aaoordtn I Osceola County, Florida. Onazote U a new form of rubber all
produce Let's
will Issue thereon on the 17th day ol 7-Ht we can, have some
Florida and the five candidates (Circuit Court
h'NEID'S BATHS th "\ July. A. D. ltS.J. GUARDIAV8-1SOTICH_OV. API'LICA.TIUN sponge, three times lighter than cork of that ready money that 'woes out
rdh I'onnuhblr L. anj
:fhore"t.: OVERSTREET.
Clerk Circuit Court FOR DISCHARUU, a non-conductor of heat and cold for berries every year conning Into
be thereby elected as a Charter impermeable to water. '
Plant had and
Oaceola County Florida. our county. City a one

Best For Many Diseases l3oerd.RESOLVED. Further. that at (Circuit Court Seal). S7-8I, In County Court of Slate the Count"ludl'CO.! 'Osceola R* Estate three-quarter million dollar. crop last'

said election only qualified: electors NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX of Miriam T. Hunger, Minor. year. Osceola county aa a starter
Good baths with water direct fron of the City of ICiMftlmmes. entitled DICED Notice Is hereby !given to all whom It must have a two hundred thousand
wull. TuesdaysThursdays to vote In the City :I'iSpPcl,1 ': that I. as Guardian ofMlrl.m r THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN! }
medicinal Open hall b. entitled to vole In the may concern. dollar crop this season. Mr. Grower
Saturdays from 9:30 a. Election. .Notice I. hereby Driven that F. H. T, Munger. Minor. will on the let's this anJshow
Lawson purchaser of Tax:. Certificate tilt day of September A. D.111.\ eight 'put proposition over.
m. to 5:00!) p. m. A short drive fron RRSOLVED. Further Griffin and that J.H Mc-N. No. SIS and Tax Certificate No. f40. weeks from the date hereof apply to what can be done. W. have the '
Kissimmee. Phone 208. Rratton.Pnatter flhull b* Inspectors and both dated the 2d day of June A. p.. the Honorable T. I... Comer. County FOR. SALE. soil, a fine climate.water at our diapogal. -,
11111. has filed said certificates In my Judge of said county. for my filial discharge -
clerk said who berries
Stanley Uullock I at office and has made application for Guardian and shall and growers can grow '

Orders for the water may be left electionRESOLVED. Further that In all tax deed to issue In accordance with also present as such my final accounts; for approval. FOR HALE-Trad* or rent: Klaslmmee if they will turn loos and go to' .
residence 614 Patrick etreet. law. Said certificates embrace the following property; small hou.r&r.. e and it.

at other respects shall be the held said In the Specialelection same Osceola d : -;: :4Jf. :: to-wlt, situated: In Dated July 10, A. n. 1522.MARX MTJNQER.. four .lots.and Good other variety fruits. of Value citrus,IIM banana ). Rust mites are showing up on- the.

Owner manner its election are now held Lots 11 and IS. plncdale; Lot. II and I Quardlan.MOTICK No reasonable offer. refused. Owner I citrus crop. If you desire clean and
of Klaslmmee for the Jl-St
CHAS.. NEID, bv the City It, Pinedale.Th I* non-resident. D., W. Short Longwood bright fruit, right now have your '
election of City ,'p..lrAT.OJ'OR TAX:
said land being assessed at the OftA Florida. x
Therefore ,Notice Is hereby riven date of Issuance of said certificate In I DEED fruit sprayed with lime-sulphur, one
that a Special Election will, be held In the name of I>1'. Wm. Osenbach. Unless FOR BALE-Young Jersey cow milking gallon to 78 gallons of water. Avoid.
the City of )Klsslmmee Florida. on said certificates shall be redeemed Notice Is hereby given that F. Ar- real hot else ,
Also Porto Rico on daya run
I : ISO. Improved spraying
I No. El Residence July tl. A. D. "'I. at the regular poling ,
; CertificateNo. :" according to law tax deed will Issue tmjr' Nave purchaser of Tax
I No, '18. place In said city for the purpo.esoutlined thereon on the 34th day of July A. D. 13S5 dated the Tth day of July potato vines at 11.10 per thousand. the spray early. in the morning anel-'
18'. J. N. Parker. Sltt '
In the above-quoted Resolu- A. D. 1913 and of Tax Certificate No. Telephone late in the afternoon to prevent..burnIng -,
Hours: S-SO to 1S.OO; 100 to 1:00 tlon. :I. U OVERSTREET. 110 dated the Tth day of June. A. D. I the fruit and new growth.
WITNESS my hand a* Mayor of the FOR BALE:-Wooden washing machine
Clerk Circuit CourtOsceola
Florida. and IvtO. has filed said certificates In my Apply 101 Main Use county agent. His .....J .
DR. B. t. WILKERSON City of Kleslmrnee myHand County. Florida. for tax ; nearly new. your
..... -, I as City Clerk of the City of Klsslmmee (Seal) deed office. to and Issue has In msde accordance application with law. street. 10-tt vices are free at all tunes.
Florida together with the corporate 3
Bald certificates embrace the fnllo..lnll'de.crlb..dFlroperty
seal I of said city this the 7th RABBITS-Hav* a number .of young
Rexall Store. day of June. 'A. n IBSi. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX : situate In Osceol New Zealand Reds ready now. Price "! .'
Office Over The : H. R. MAT. DICED : \-ew: t: stock. L. A. G........ St. Cloud. Fla. SEED con*. rowiieAis, .JI.L.J
A. Mayor or City, Klsslrnmee. Beginning at northeast corner CRASS BICED. s-
J. R. GILBERT Notice I. hereby given that C. A. of Lot 75 of the Florida Land and Improvement FOR SALE-Potato barrels In ariy mediate SORORV season*****)
(Seal Btraub purchaser of Tax Certificate Company's Addition to the quantity Special prices In carlots.Correspondence Field and Vegetable Seed, -Wrlt*.'forf r't
A. City Clerk City of Klsslmmee.l .. No 46. dated Tth day D.IO. Town of Klsslmmee City. run south 1S. solicited. Clearwater Price List and Catalogue. Our ba.-\
. l '. has I .re. tMcanA.\ my Feet west 59( feet, north 189 feet east Manufacturing Company, Clear- ttful and Instructive catalogue la free
JESSIE D. KLEINMAN I office and has made application for (0 feet to beginning.The Water Florida. 17-tf: and give valuable Information on i
In Circuit Court Seventeenth Judicial tax deed to Issue In accordance with south 441 feet of Lot 7S of the farming and gardening. for Florida and
Work Circuit of the State of Florida.In law. Bald certificate embraces the following Florida Land and Improvement Com FOR 8ALR For kent: furnished the South. Write to us '. today for!
Copying Stenographic and for the County of Osceola. In situated In pan,'. Addition to the Town of Klsslmmee Rooms and No Trespass Cards, 1. special prices on your seed requireFments. .
I I Chancery S. B. Owen. .. Receiverof Oaceola City. cents each at The Gazette ofH>*. Our complete stock will enable

Phone 253. State Bank Building- J I the Water .. Canon Grocery Fractional EH { SH of BWK of The said land being assessed st the s.ttHOR , us to supply you t* advantage la .
Company. a corporation Complainant NEK and NW% of SHU Park Oar- date of Issuance of said certificate In I price aDd quality.L l'
versus Pearl Johnson and lens In Section II. Township .25 South the name of 8. A. Tlner and Unknown. SALK-Fin* residence preperty.Apply .
Henry Johnson her husband. Re Range 2' East. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed at the office of. The ValleyOaiette
, pondents' ve".f Master's Bale: The said land being assessed at the according to law tax deed will Issue Klsslmmee. I.t( i: A. MARTIN SEED CO. '.
Notice Is h..rboil":1 : by the undersigned date of Issuance of said certificate In thereon on the 14th day of August. A. .
as Special Maiter heretofore appointed the name of W. J. La Ru.. Unless said I). 1821.\ POE SALK-One Bets Electric Wall IB
: ..
In the above : that pursuant certificate shall be redeemed according J. U OVERSTREET. Plate. Practically new. At a r aonabl Oldest had Largest .* **M. .

to a final ea..un In said to law tax deed will Issue thereon on Clerk Circuit Court, .price. Apply Valley O>- rterMa.KM .
CITYMEATMARKET cause on the 28th day of June 192J. I the S4th day of July A. D. 102!. Osceola I Count Florida.' ..U.. ni-see stay" .... Jaeksesivtll,...,
shall offer for sale and sell at public :J. I* OVERSTREET.Clerk SEAL) I
cash In the hlgh-! Circuit Court. By S. 1C. BULLOCK. FOR SAL.E]-Two boys suIts 4-jrear F
;:ttc.rdl:; on Monday. 'lutu Tth A. Osceola County, Florida. Il-Bt Deputy Clerk. old also velvet one dark blue. on

D \\IU' between the legal hours of (Seal. ) dark green Russian style whit .
...Ie. In front of the Court House door.In I & H. BULLOCK. P. C. No. 16!. Report of the condition of collar and cuffs, detachable. Nearly KISSIMMEE PLUMBING -"
111 Main tl-tf
Osceola. County Florida. new. Apply street.
Klaslmmee the Bank of Oaceola County at Klaslmmee : -
the following described property to- NOTICE' OF. ADMINISTRATOR" FOR State of Florida at theclose .
.. In the SHOP' .
wit: .NAL_D.SCHArGE? business June SO ItSS: : .WANTED. '
Neaxt and Lot '. (tO) of mock "A" of
.t Freak Wm. Roswellr's Subdivision" of. Lot Flfteen In Court of the County Judge Osceola. ---------$33.55O.0p- \ WANTED -:- Second hand furniture;
and Payne's addition County State of Florida. In re Estate Loans on Real '
of Payne
rockers library table. sewing machine .
to the Town of Klsstmmee City. of George W. Marsh. Loans or. Collateral Security dresser cot : Nothing Too Big'_
talking machine ,
VegetablesPhdnc Is hereby given to all whom other than Real .
Florida. a '
ItN.: : 154. 3".41 or single bed(also farming tools pullets -
Dated July t, lt. concern that on the 2 th day Other Loans Discounts NothlngTooSrnallAll
A.J: HJ' th.Honorable ll.TO and young" chickens. Drop mea ,
8. CADEL. rf July A. n. 1SII I shall apply to Overdrafts -, '
As Special Master In Chancery. T. L. Comer! Judge of said United States Bonds -- --- 7.00O.OO card. J. V. Trego. Klsslmmee.IVANTED . I,

44 KRTBBS STEED. Court as Judge of Probate for my final Stocks 8..curltl.t.etc.' ---I.L.15.000.00Banking '.
I Solicitors for Complainant 30-It discharge a. administrator of the House, Furniture' and -Toung lady In Klsslmmee Work Guaranteed
state of George 'V. Marsh deceased; Fixture -,-.-*1.85..38 I, who can and has time-. to get up .. ,
JUDICIAL and that at the same time I will present Other Real Estate *7S.l$ credit reports. Address: Orlando 5- To Satisfactory
IN THE ciHcinrr CIRCUIT. FOR OHCKOE.ACOIINTV to said court my final accounts, Due,from Incorporated Banks TS.R33.11 I Credit' Association, Orlando, Florida. .

FLOR.OJlAl'IiC'1DRW"' .. Administrator of said estate; and Claims and other,-Resources.... 1I.1".li 11-Zto

DR. R. J. DENNI'NGI tsk for their approval. Cash Item ..,.....4...._?-- l.MS.ST '.
1 C. I*. Whlppla Complainant Dated June 18,,, A. I). l'tS.J. Cash on Hand ...........,...14.10.84 WANTED' representative: In everycounty 15 Broadway : Telephone.3 S
DENTIST U MARSH. In Florida. Salary contract
.. . ..... SS1.TT
Warrants .. *
.e. City
Poatoffice. f. Lids R. Mosber et al. Respondents. 19 tt Administrator, ,..".. S 160 per.weekl. extra bonus. to rood ---- .
Over the e. FOR ECtiOSUR BORDER Totalh---------------1381,1152 men. Address: American Anti Auto S
FOR DISCHARGE 'U.OOO.OO {Office., KIsBlmmee. xWANTEI.Man : '
Stock Paid In
ReeMeetee Phone I Capital -
174.Otfte. To the Respondents, Lids E nosher, Subject to ordfor; blocks
Phone 158 widow RobertVaring and Isabelle In Court of the County Judge, Osceola. Individual_Deposits. 181.111.1'0 with car to sell best Place your' ;veneer ..'
L. Waring hlsf wife. 1... H McCarejr County State of Florida. In re Estate Check .13Demand low-priced Cord Tires made. 1100.00 and split blocks at once for the summer
and H..el'M"Clarey., hi. wife and W. of Esther Bliss, Minor. Savings grm'teJj;>--- I per week and expenses. Wolfe Tire months.- "''Blocks delivered at ,"
all' whomIt
hereby to
Notice Is given
..*........... A.It Cramer appearing; unmarried from the: affidavit of may concern that I, as Guardian ofEsther _'--. :57.00000,T3Certified Michigan.Company 60S Canal, Benton-Harbor 11-ltx, J2.93 for 120 blocks; split for stove; '
Silas, Minor will on the 24th Time Certificates of Deposit 8.207 &11L
C. A. Boyer attorney and agent for C. 8SO.OO S wood, guaranteed foil strand $
TILLER ID the abovestyled day of July. A. D. 1S3S four woekafrom Checks AOENTB WANTKD-Bell the original I 91 616 Brack
M. P. Whlpple. Complainant 2,618.46Bills All delivered. Phone ;
the date hereof apply to the Honorable Cashier's Checks OutstanUlntr .
that places I of residence Watkins Products Good city territory
cause, your '
None (
of J. Bonnln.
County Judge street.
T. L. Comer Payable -
are unknown; that there Is no still open. Get our wonderfuloffer
I Florida serviceof said County for my final discharge as Notes and Bills RediscouiitedNone. free Write
Estate Agency. I person In the state of and samples) to
Real Guardian .
such and ahall-also present
whom would bind day. J. R. Watkins Company. Department "
wn.nsnnnanflflaflt nfl you a and subpoena that you upon are over the age of mt.Id"l: accounts for. spproval.. Total________n_-__1381.61931 78 Memphis. Tennessee. J'
. June 15. A. I> 1922 State of Florida s-su
twenty-one' years; M. KATZ H. M. Kat' ..... '.
Realty Bought and lolcl IT IS ORDERED that you and each County of Osceola OOO'tCores : -,;-:-
of you appear In this Court' to the' billherein 18-Jt Guardian.NOTICE I, L. H. Oedge cashier of the abovenamed FOR RENT 1 I

,, Houses rented. filed on the Tth day of August.. bank do solemnly swear that Z;
OF ADMINISTRATOR" statement. Is true to the best I I
1922. the above
A. D.
Taxes paid! and Title verified It is further ordered that this ord..r FINAL DISCHARGE of my knpwledir and belief. FOR IffONT-One small ,fiveroomhouse Malaria Chills .sme Fever
on Flndley avenue; price IS ,
be published once a week for eight L. H. QIonOK
for non-residenU. consecutive week. In The KlmlmmeeVslley In Court of the County Judge O.ceolaCounty. Cashier. per month. J. M. Duncan. Manaiter.S04t. Denjroe or Bffious Fever. It kills the
Fire. Life and Accident In Qacette a newspaper publishedIn State of Florida. In re Estate CORRECT! -ATTEST S-
Osoeola County. Florida.. of Joseph: Root. Deceased N. A. PKRRT: ,--. ; ,
surance. W1TNF88 my hand and seal of the Notice Is hereby given to all whom It J. R. ANTHONY.F. FOR RENT Two-story six-room.
Bonds. Circuit Court. this Tth day of June A' may concern- that on the ltd day o( O. SPAIN. house unfurnished on Dixie Highway I - .. '-.
Indemnity I). ms. July. A. D. mi. T shall apply to the Directors.Subscribed -40f Main street. Apply at office : '
Seal) Honorable T. L. Comer Judge of said of The Valley Uaietto. or at SOI
..... ... .. .. . ....... .... (Circuit Court J. I* OVER3TREET. Court. as Judge of Probate for my this Sth of and July.sworn 1922.PERCIE to. before me Main street. tltf 'ii
day :
Cleric. I final discharge as Administrator of the OLIVER ;
NEW ELL A BOTER. estate of Root, deceased, Public.My FOR RENT-Nleel furnished flat.
Solicitors for Complainant. 6t and at the ..a'efl'n.: I will present to Notary 1926. Modern conveniences. Low rent for
r I said Court my final accounts as Administrator Commission expires June summer. W. B. Harris. ll-tf

P. A. VANS AGNEWATORNTATL.AW In Circuit Court, Seventeenth Judicial of said estate and ask for
Circuit of Florida. In and their approvaL No. *51. Report of the condition of FOR RENT-Quarters on the lower I
I I for Osceola County. In Chancery. Dated: Juno IS, A. D 1921.PHARES The Merchants and Farmers: Hunk of floor of the Wlllaon building on Dar.
Klslmmee, In the. Statuof All ready for occupancy ;
L. a widow Complainant. ROOT. Klsslmmee. at llngton venue.
Moore .
OFFICES Myra Venus Taylor T. Tlndatl 18-6t Administrator. Florida. at the close of business "' ..e.J. M. Wlllnon. or Dr.
Winter Park Florida I I and Laura Tlndall- his wtfet Walter June '0. 1822: K. U C. Watson, of WatsonHallManufacturing Up Quickly '
H. Tallls and Annabell Tallin hi. wife.Responde.flte. NOTICE:'FOR FINAL DISCHARGE R..a.-, Company, Klsslm "
Sale 15.017 SI m... ll-tf S. (j
Notice of : : Loans on Real Estate .. \
Notice la hereby given y"tt.u In The Court of County Judge. State of Loans on Collateral cgrty 1.\
tgned as Special Master heretofore appointed Florida. In the Estate of Jno. M. other than Real Extate. ... 11.112.111 STOLEN .
.t In the above cause: that pursuant Lee, Deceased Oaceola County. All Other Loans* !>ls->unts :31,35.85 When our lumber 1 ia used., For there :
HARVEY I to a' final decree entered In said Notice Is hereby given to all whom It Overdraft -.- :::'11.81 STRAYED OR STOLEN: --One bay stallion
t DR. J. J. cause on the 18th day of June !'!*> I may concern that on the 11th day of Stocks. Securities. Ttc. CkO.bO about three years old; black f. no time lost, in selecting 'good '., :

CHIROPODIST OF TAMPA shall offer for sale and sell at public September, A. D. IsSS. f shall applyto Banking House Furniture and mane tall and lower legs; part of board. in matching* TW Innw:
Will be at The Graystone Hotel outcry for cash In hand, to the highest the Honorable -1'. L. Comer Judge Fixtures .- .,.19.8U foretop cut short. Small white spot or op. J:

t. and 8th of each month. I bidder on Monday, August Tth A. of a&ld Court. .aa Judge of Probate, for Daw f..... lacr-.*rated naakJs.BM.rMI.llCssh over one eye: wire cut on ,right fore her sent out from, here can be, used' \ 'ti
I the 7th F)., l.ll. between the legal hours of my final discharge as Executrix. of the Items 717.81ii ankle. Reward for return or for: Information i ,I '
I sale. In frent of the Court House door.In estate of Jno. M. Lee. deceased and .. Haad-______ _______r-_1 ...3 recovery. J D.Tlson with the minimum amount of work ... 1

the Klsslmmee.following Osceola described Florida to. my that final at the accounts same as time Executrix I will present of ..alde.t.t. Profit and Los _____n______ 4.4".il Milton, Lake Qrlffln. :f.o Florida, oars IO-lt of inc op. It. us* saves time aa well' as": 'rj

wit The: Southwest. Quarter (8W":' t of Dated. and July ask I. A.for. D.their 152*.approvaL Total__________u____:_'I 1M, S4S j insuring a better building! in every, ?'ftJ::

the Southeast Quarter (SRj ) ofwSec- DORA S. LEE. Liabilities .LOST t way. And our prc.. spell economy1
Riedel l Co. _..______IJS.eoo .
Robert Twenty-four (14). In Town.hlpThirty I0-t I Ezecutri Capital Stock paid In '
tlon ___ 450.OSso :One dark-brown ladles' oxfords time..WOODWARD. 'S
(10) South. Range Thirty-four Surplus Fund ....__ _..__ u LOST- pair every _ ,
34) East, containing forty acres moreor In Cir ult Court Seventeenth Judicial ..........1 Dep.eia between Klsslmme and Camp
Ip... Situate In Osceola County. Circuit of Florida. In and Caveat -.____..._________lei-sawse bell. Reward If ,returned to (9sMte *- 'I
Florida. for Osceola County. In Chancery.C. svtaar- DeiMMUs .- __________:SIJ4 office. It-It LUMBER YARD]
Dated July 8. A. T>. 111. P. Whlpple. Complainant versus ...-.. Certificate .f De- .
Novelty :JOHN B. ADEL.. Elisabeth Doneican a single! peals ?_.__.....-.-__---___.. TWS.lrlTUM MISCELLANEOUSSECOND '
As Special Master In Chancery.KRIBB8 woman Isabel I. Waring and R. C.rtifisste. .t De|>Mlt_ __ No'W.8 Telephone 220.
STEED D.' Waring. her husband Respondent Cashiers' Checks Outstanding 1.IU.16 HAND .OOODS. boughtsold KISSIMMEE : t FLORIDA,
Solicitors for Compl.l &nt. SOiSt *. Notice of Master's Sale. Bill "Nona and repaired. The Casino. 44-tf f
Works Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned Note Payable---------------- NonoBonds

IN THE UNITED STATE COt'HT OK as Special Master heretofore appointed Borrowed _____ H Nono '
TUB OUTHKRN DIHTRICT 05FLORIDA. In the .above cause entered; that In pursuant said All Other Liabilities (-Overdrafts u .- ... $ ..........-.. ...,.,.. .. .... ..........
final decree
IN BANKRUPTCY to a Ind. Deposits).. 336.S1
not In
cause' on the 18th day of June ItSS I '

HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYALL FINISH I To In the the Creditors matter, Osoeola of of John County John DelU Dell In Bankrupt the of Klsslmmee Pistrlct -. 'outcry shall bidder offer for on cash for Monday sale In hand and August aell to th at*Tth public highest A.. *tate. .Total------------------of Florida Oaceo\a. .II3SJ4.SS/ I IN S U BA N ,CES ,

INTERIOR A'oresald: D. lilt between the legal hours of County of as. of the abole.named XL .- .'
FRAMES I that the. of->re- sale In front of the Court House door. J. M. Wlllson cashier 'i
WINDOW AND DOOR Notice i Is hereby given that I \ \
solemnly swear
County. Florida, bank do l. i
duly adjudicatedbankiupt In Klsslmmee ;>'"A1'.PROTECTS. .;.
, saM J .ohDell was 0.0.01&
< tb. best
SCREENS to- statement Is true "
WINDOW AND. DOOR on the 1Mb. day of May. A the follow. In. property. the above .
belief. :
first meeting ,.f wIt: of my knowledge and ) 'J.,
and that the
Phone 216 for Estimates I his O cirdltors will bs held at the ..< urt The South half (8H)' of liOt One S .J' M. W2LLO. ". : /
house In Klsslmmee. Florida, on to-wlt: (1) and Two (S) of Block Sixteen (II) CashUr.: SERMTOE i-ij'

t h.-' ''''ontl.thntbtd..f..SlIl"' .-._ OflBobert ofKI..lmm."C1tyF.cnid.Bass Addition to'the..-...'Town-Bald '--- '---' -CORREoT-A'l'TF..8T S.-M -_ _ __ .
1 ten-thirty (1OSI ()lock .
P 152$ at S T
being In the Northeast Quarter LEWIS O-BRTAN. "'
Darlington and Halsey Streets In the forenoon at which time creditors the premises of the Northwest Quarter (NEK of R. O. MINICK ..
FLORIDA may prove their claims examine (SS). I
KISSIMMEE r : NW%) of Section Twenty-two ,
appoint a truate. tGD70t".r-ia.: "
bankrupt :=tUn. Twentjrfive' ((15) BoutBang. .worn'
'I such other and further Township . Subscribed and
said I meetE TVenty-nln* (It) East. of .7uly.; 1512. .- INSURANCLAG&S.
Cmres. Malaria Ckffls. .property may. com: : before, I>o.t '.JIII7I"'A. D. UI.. .. \..r ..,-, ..JZ8S111'!' D. ICLETNf&N.Notary : !.UEUfRS'-:
4r. > thIsitit ..JOHN CADEI' ... Slat. of Florida 'at .
Florida 4ajrBfr f Publi ;
. 6' 6 6.F.... BiEs as Ferer.aad t etedampa, I') A. Special Master In Chancery.KRIBBSss .. mralsslon expires ;:
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former Kissimmee'resident..On* brief r .I,

J IN +SOCIETY'S REALM ]I given capping."MUs the will Minnie event indicate: Halle the and prominence J.. ., Edgar I RUNS, HITS 1 AND ERRORS # > ,.,

Bryan were principal in a,, beautiful I Captain Grant ; Mn
home wedding Wednesday .nlgbt" at
EIGHTIETH ANNIVERSARY the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Stealey. Buttorff retired the aide at Fort,
Mrs.' Susan Franeea Roberson. of The home was decorated thru. Mead In the fourth on three suceess- r Opportunity Sale I
out with cut flowers palms and fern, live pop flies., Pen,had themhitting:
{ was simulated by an embankmentof Our record
i memorate the event in a small way a now twenty-one nand
of visitors spent several ferns, palms and white gladioli In five lost. Figure it out for yourself -
? of little the group afternoon hours with the dining room and the hallway daisies and you will see that it it a winning AT THE' '.
u her longevity/ hetaklng and ferns sounded the color note. average of .807., Look ata. the
'congratulate trifling'token of friendship. "Miss Haile -wore a combination of standing.. of any league you like and
,. sal orchid and pink' organdie with trim. see where a team would be with that
KISSIMMEEITES VISIT mingrs of real lace and touches of silver average. Right up there on the top' DOLLAR LIMIT'bISTORE' {

THE MIDDLE WEST "and big.. picture hat Georgette/ rune of' the ladder. "' r'
Tiller In the same'shades. Her flowers .
Miss Tiller and Miss Mary were 1 -' .
left the latter part of the week for sweet peas in. pastel. shades arrangedin Two straight game-from Palatka -" .'
i, Cincinnati where Miss Tilter, will an arm bouquet.. wouldn't leave much doubt as to the "
join her nIece. Mrs. J. J. Phillips and best team in Southern Florida! ,1 ONLY TWO MORE DAYS OF {

io on to Denver for the summer. Miss ALL HIGHWAY PROJECTS won't mention any names, but it certainly : . -1
r Tiller will spend a month withtrlave. ARE NUMBERED wouldn't take you more than
...t,.FortJrhomas...Kentucky. -*- -' one_guess. ,
DEPARTMENTThe : -- - '
win 1
join ipend her month niece. with Miss relative Mary at FortThomas The biggest crowd in the history of f:
c a Kentucky. eight state, trunkline roads, as baseball in Kissimmee ought to be :
)t. contemplated bv the 'state road de- there Tuesday and Wednesday. The A.. "
,, FORTY ENJOY FINE attipent, are not thoroughly! understood Pals have several big league player
SWIMMING. PARTY by the general public-because :. on their roster including Epperson '
Misses Helen Bass and Lois Over- of the fact .that these projects are their star left-hand pitcher, who i 1. PRICES SLASHED TO THE LIMIT!
street and Walter Bass and MurraY practically known to the board by the property of .Philadelphia Na. ,
? Overstreetentertained about forty of numbers and are thus frequently tionala. .1;
their friends Wednesday evening: with mentioned in the public press. No .
a swimming party at Lake Conway doubt each city which lies along the During all the excitement. of the. This has been of the Sales we've.ever had '
;, and a delightful evening.. was spent. route of any of these roads is well Palatka "croocial" series, don't forget one Biggest ;
After swim. in which all participated posted as regards the number of that : that we go: to Eustis next Thursday ,

chicken a delicious, deviled picnic eggs,supper salads of, sandwiches fried- probably particular very highway few knowing; but the there routes are I I I I class, That in three will make day*. three The Cowpunchers high". and to show you we appreciate your patronage we are : I

pickle, olives and Iced tea of other roads. For convenience the need your loyal support, during
; was served by Mrs. W. C. Bass and following list should be preserved in that time. going to offer for the last two days SOMETHING
reader in order
b ,e, Mrs. J. L. some manner by every I Holmes Prather continues to punish
when shall be made
CELEBRATED HER TENTH numbered progress road there will be upon no difficulty any- that old pill and lead the hitter. He WORTH
WHILE. This Sale will end
BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY : in determining. precisely where simply doesn't know when to stop. Monday Night
1A charming little party was given the road is routedeach highway I
of Mr. There is one ball club a-little fur
the home
l Friday afternoon at showing the principal cities through .t
/ ther down the state that seems to
Drury I
and Mrs. W. B. Harris which it is to pass: I think we are afraid to play them. We \
}.'' avenue east,friends when more of Virginia than a score Harris No. 1: Jacksonville to the Alabama'have already beaten them once and Extra Special We have 75 fine Silk We have about 50 Ladies' Hats left

of the were little entertained in honor of 'the and Jacksonville tate' line at Lake Nunez City Ferry.. Live Route Oak.: I own played town.them a Actions tie game: in right this in their case Poplin Skirts. Some of these are On hand. Some of these range in ,

anniversary. Many received very by pretty the little Madison Marianna Monticello Tallahassee. seem to speak louder than words, and worth $5.00. To close them out we price as high as $7.00. We offer the '*
novel gifts DeFuniak ,
Quincy. Bonifay,
the best to treat them is to .
hostess, games were played and to a Springs, Milton, Pensacola, Nunez I no attention way to them. Talk such pay as offer them for 98c. choice of entire lot for 98c. Don'tmiss ,
time was had generally; .
? good Ferry.
they use is cheap. Baseball scores this !'
three-course ,
: which were added a No. 2. Georgia state line to Fort My- one. ,
luncheon with punch which could not I count much more. They had two One lot of White Wash Skirts. These- .
tine Lake
ers. Route: State Jasper. chances to win and couldn't make
w:, be Improved upon.over Each the guest event.; expressed I I City. Gainesville Ocala.. Lee sbu 1'1'' good either time. Nuff Bed. are valued up to $2.50. Your choiceof Spool Thread, all 'you want, at 4c the .' '
pleasure j I Eustis. Orlando. Kissimmee, Ilalnes s
FORT MYERS City. Bartow Arcadia. Fort Myers.No. Just about the most loyal supporterthe the lot SOc. spool 't Ti
'" KISSIMMEE 3: Jacksonville to Orlando. ball team has in town, is G. R. > 4-"
+ TO A.LIVE W. Swain IN of Kisaimmee. was Route: Orange Park. Green Cove Dayton. Always willing to help out Plenty of that 36-inch Unbleache'd' We have about 25 Men's- Panama I
Sunday Springs, Palatka, Crescent City, De- at any time, and doing far more than
F married to Miss at Fort Clyde Myers Jewel on Forehand, Land. Sanford, Orlando.No. his share to enable us to bring Palat Muslin, worth today 15c. This is go- Hats left. Everyone is worth more .
daughter of Mr. and at Mrs.whose T.home C. Forehand the- I Went/ ., 4:Route Georgia: State state line.line Callahan to Key I ka here pext week. ing at this sale at 9c. The supply is than the regular price, $2.50; but to .!

of that city- Jacksonville Bunnell, Ti- I All ready for the Palatka Pals limited. I
took place. The bride has Daytona. on close them out we offer the entire lot 4
x ceremony I and ? This is
tusville. Fort Pierce. West Palm Tuesday Wednesday a
a large circle of friends in and about Beach. Miami and south. +I real treat for the fans and is costing at $1.69 each.
and great fa Men's Solid Leather Work Suce the
1 tier borne town' was a No.5: High Springs (Alachua the baseball club a lot of money. ,

vorite.MJr.. .. Swain have returned county) to Punta Gorda. Route: |I The way to show your appreciation pair, $1.79.Men's ,..,.
where the is an Branches from road No. 2 at HighSprings is to be out there at both games. every We have about 50 of those $2.00
to Kissiramee. groom
via Archer, Williston. Inverness I woman and child in Kissim-
of the local telephone company Good Grade Blue Overalls with
employee Brooksville, Tampa Parrish, mee. Krinkle Crepe Gowns, which go at
"at home" at 22 ",
$ and will be Bradentown. Sqfrasota. Englewotod, at pair 98c. this sale at each ,
Rose avenue.MARRIAGE. Punta Gorda. The Pals play high class ball and apron, going per 69c. 4

OF FORMER No. 5: Georgia state line to Apala- are worth going: : a long: way to see.
chicola. Route: State.line, Marianna. They treated us well in Palatka. Let's i
KISSIMMEE RESIDENT at Jackson, Blountstown. Port Saint Joe; Apalachicola. return the compliment. But above ev- Here Is The Best
The Patriot, published the following notice I I everything else, be out there yelling' One of All! I ;
Michigan, contains I II
lungs out for Story & Co. We
of interest to many residents of 'No. 7: Pensacola, to Alabama state your
Kt- immees line near Flomaton. I I ka.played and them two tie better games ball at team Palat-to- We received this week ten cases of Men's '
If Albert G. Fuller a resident of Jack. No 8-Route: Haines City to Lake we are a High Top ,
tt eon and a prosperous farmer and fruit Wales. Sebring. Okeechobee City and day than we were then. a

grower for many years and Mrs. Ros thence east to Fort Pierce. 'Perhaps Manager---Sam will springa Shoes to retail at $5.50. By paying cash for them we 'f)
of this village were
i abel Fleming surprise on the fans In one of the ,
married in Adrian at the Baptist parsonage MASONS TO ATTEND SERVICEBy with the Pals. A good sure r 1
: bv Rev. Thomas visiting. Af- prize games package would be a double win bought them, right. They are Dark< Brown Calf Skin .
{ trr spending.. a few days relatives special I request of the Masonic for the Cowpunchers. Everybody help' ,
to, Reading fraternity the sermon at the Baptist
will return
jr' where. they will divide their time at church Sunday morning/ will be a"Message them get: itl! -- Rubber Heeled Blucher Style; also English: Toe. Noth- } :
miles of Helpfulness" directed
the home of Mr., Fuller two Pitching averages, including: : ,splayed .
the bride's to the members of the local .
south of Reading.-and especially Tuesday: ,
1, home in Jackson. .Mr. "Fuller was a Royal Arch Chapter by Rev. J. A. Per. ing cheap about them but; the price. Guaranteed all i
r. veteran of the Civil war and Mrs. Fuller Sutton D. D. It is expected that all talon Lost cent
was the widow of a soldier. members of the fraternity will be Mloseley ......' ,1 >>' 0 l.OOg '
: present and a general invitation is Young .--.?._.. 9 "',1 .900 leather. Think of it! Saturday and Mon- 98-
"Mr. ahdMrs., C.: .. Fleming earn extended the entire, citizenry. Mr. ,
Pen _..;.;;;._i. 8' > ,2' : .800 1
to Kisaimmee some ten years ago and j Sutton has made most interestingtalks McLean ___ "___' 2 ' 1 .666 $ 3.
} made many warm friends and it.waS I on Masonry, and this will be no Clements- ______,1 1 .500 day only these will 1 goat per pair -
in this city that Mr. Fleming died exception.Miss 1
some two and a half years ago while. PANTHERS AT KISSIMMEE ,
spending the. winter. Alpha Westfall was hostess at
a pleasing: dance at the club house on The Avon Park ball team's pitcher
COLUMNS OF COMMENT Friday evening:, given in honor of end catcher. Harry Godwin and Claud In going through our stock of Ladies'! Shoes this weekwe a i
rx REGARDING TEXAS WEDDINGThe Miss Dorothy Wells, formerly of Kis Bryant, were players on the Kissinu
daily publications of Austin simmee. but now a resident of Ashe- mee team when they played against
7. Texas, devoted much space to charmIng 'ville. Some two score guests were in Loughman 'on the Fourth Avon found about 15 more pair of those $3, $4 and $5
s mentions.. of the marriage of a attendance. Park Pilot. ;

i I values that are broken sizes. We dump them in the i.. :


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I Remember: The Sale Lasts Only Two More Days-Saturday and Monday "

F. Why You Should l'

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: The Bank Withthe Dollar Limit Store }

Your Depository 1

c.o Ability G. W. PERSONS COMPANY :

and Because in so doing you will have a safe .1 ,r..

Wlllingnet' depository. ., I .

We are to give business
to Serve prepared your .
personal attention. STATE TO TAKE VOTE resentatives each; counties having 80.- RETURNS FROM WASHINGTON e
ON FOUR. AMENDMENTS. 000 and not more than 100.000 population : r4

D'IPOSJjS' INSURED We are specialists i in our line of busi- Florida citizens: in the general) election ;shall those have having three 10.600 representativeseach and not more few Miss weeks Mattie in Washington Belle Harris merely, after as a ae &

t : t ness. next fall will vote on four consti- than 90.000 population shall have two a mean. of recreation and amusement..Miss .
representatives each: all counties baying arrived home' In f
tutlonal amendments submitted: as a Kluhnmee Satut'da"

Y Our system is such that we have an accurate result of action by the legislature last have Ms one than representative to.bed population each. The shall basis evening-highly pleased.. Harria'with tint her visit yb-

4; and complete record of your business year.t>ne .of the amendments provide of reapportionment as provided for to the Capitol. > ss'J
at all times for the creation of a special school in this amendment shall be the federal JS
census next preceding the of Manatee
ai district authorising a tax levy up apportionment
to ten mills for school: purposes in mad. by the le has been the guest several days this +
Because we can help you .to make and such districts. A further provision is that the goy week of Miss LoU. Overstreet. "

save Th second is a proposed amendment ernor shall by special mesage to each
money. Many of the
to Article V of the Constitution house at the appropriate session call r young women of Kissiramee .
ntborUing the legislature to provide direct attention to the law if the : are found as entrants in the +- o
for the appointment of additional clr- same shall be enacted; and If the leg beauty contest Time. being conducted by the
1'r cult Judges, where such appointments islature should refuse or fail to apportion Tajnpa
for the the representation it shall be
aN necessary speedy operation
. the duty of the OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED L
_ of tb* courts.+ governor to convene >
.The third amendment is'to Section the legislature' In special session for
t 8, Article XVI providing for the pay the purpose of making' such apporPockett A. W. BaUey American Express -
!Fh BaokOf n meat *f ssOartes to Aata official* Uo nmeat-, __ ..-_ chamber, office of, at the luncheon of the
e7oJa4CD-qnty monthly"instead.of' quarterly.The .- Commerce on'Wednesday :a
fourth amendment is to Section telephones of the wireless .the body i If it wa. considered
lr Article 7V1lraD41'elataeto..1'uPJIM' type will be part of the equipment of essential that the express office ,.
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lonmenC Th. proposed amendment !'J'-pollcemAD--n-chIC.Co soonItwlu MlllalnopenonTburadayaf."moon.. -
ollowstrThe t then b* possible, for policeman to during the season when all
"; Ho ,M. to. P. IW.oII. iai1l be in business houses closed that*
,. '.. ( f" : : legislature that meet A. communication with headqukrtrs time The during -
., D 1923 and those that,shall meet every . 'at any moment without the necessity Chamber went on record.
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.. .. ten year thereafter shall appor: of reportlSg in at the patrol action* endorsing( the ' i "
boxes as at the would work a hlrdshrp"ttpca '
tIOa the repraentation'In'the'lenate, ,. presentWhenIteomes
the whole number of. senator not to growers desiring to ship produce who
aged SS'lDem ra reoeatie.-laving to gettinghis'due*. could not make earliethfpmentai*ndr nab

"100.000 population, .shafl_ have four rep- his satanic majesty never get left. lhvpt.shut.upl,wept that MrBailey, should.

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