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 21, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01073
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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:;: Of Strawberries: : Nan 'wly, Averted. jj Secretary: Is' In City' = Matters\..,, Arranged

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F ATIT MEETING TUESDAY; EVENING BECAUSE OF ,DECENT COMPROMISE
: Sheriff t..' R. Farnjer was returningfrom U.-J.. Burrows, of :A toko, Oklahoma, ,

Orlando "on 'eveningwith engaged to aCt as secretary of the Kisimmee -
Tuesday
Awakened High Enthusiasm Chamber of Commerce, arrived So Improvement' May Go On '
a' "
; .negro hamed George'L, Scott, yesterday,, and spent a portionof ,

... who driV s fA Dire car, about Kis<> the day making acquaintances ." -.. -., ..
,First, Social Business! :1\leef .1mm..' and who also operates;-'* which were missed upon>> his,, previous ,J City, Council Advised That
"COWPUNCHERS" EVEN pressing plant.' He was 'arrested in visit last'winter. He has the apnear. ERRORS AID PALATKA

:Farmers and .Merchants Orlando, ,;to which place .he had'fled' ance of one who knows what'will be Compromise-'Would Make;
when helearned that someone was after expected of him In his, new capacity; '
.Best"Settlement.
,.-.f.Waal f.- tw I r Successful.,.,,_.,. ,<. UP "SCORES .WITH' ,PALS him for aiding Oscar fromiClsm' and expresses much aatisfactlcn at be.inrab --4O. .WMRST GAME ,

:: vote of the KlsKimmee man-carrier-td' e.c ape' rtO"1om.-11ercrt 1nr111I. .'Acting upon-the advlce'-of-HLonis C.:, '
mee and the'sheriff was bringing him home.,. ; JJ. A' "
Camber ,
of Commerce ,that Massey of MasseyA; Warlow of Or-
.the Growers', Association should be itsguest Clever Playing Giyes Game to,this city. car the' sheriff '. Of him his home 'paper,.the Atoka Epperson Holds ;Locals To lando, the present leading attorney ,<"<
A mob held the of
up Jeffersonian has this to say: for the city In the
,at real get-together gatheringboth damage suit
a
Th e.Hits'While Pals
associations assembled in the dln- To Locals Wednesday.: and some of the men took /Scott 'J.' Burrows: leaves for Florida n brought against thf city.by the Ma-

ingroom of. the Graystone Tuesday evening Score4.tb 2 distance From the from'-the car snd'arried him some this week, h.vlng'accepted the sec 'Win-4,To lt. loney-Lupfer Company in the sum of
o : highway preparatory Chamber of"Com- for bnach'of '
-with more than .one hundred retaryship ,to the- (7S00 alleged contract
'pre.ent'r' ". j (Bob Grant))' He >lt -is alleged, >to,,, I lynching him. merce of the enterprising littio city of ( Grant)) ., i in the bulkhead" work a- compromise

".t t .? ..Farmers. growers minl.ters.blll- ,Everybody ..wore" a .smllr.around butt was of beaten when.the over the head aheriff with reach the Kissimmee situated in the ,heart of The famous Palatka }>all came to : was effected on'Monday,between the'city.nd
a gun the citrus-fruit and truck-growing in town Tuesday'and put'a' Sudden halt : the Maloney-
were Lupfer
loess men privat..e.tt1len--.1I.:: I town Wednesday,< evening. And they ed the mob and argued with the excit. : Compa
.......;-on'one common level :;.and this. "smoi had-ifood cause; because. the Cowpunchers ed men.' H. told them that Scottwas dustries. .T: .- -, to the Cowpunchers' little "'winning" ny.. '
4...; i 'ker" proved to be the most interesting' had gone out In\the afternoon innocent .of any wrong and assured i "We have known Mr. Burrows -fora streak of seven straight* But*itwun't ,The "suit"for damage's was filed on

session of the sort which Kissimmee, with their backs to the 'wall and won them if any...violence.followed they long time and know him to be a live altogether the fault of the visitors December 4, 1920 and the city denied /
has seen for two years;rand there a perfectly good ball game from the were harming a man innocent''' of and energetic business man 'and'one th.t,they won. The Home Brews that there was any breach on its part; ,

was an_ enthusiasm exhibited by every :' Palatka Pals, four to two. T .1s evens wrong; If they look his life they were of.the greatest friend maker\ we have handed the old game over on a silver but alleged substantial compliance r
speaker which foreboded a deter up he aeries 'and necessitates some simply committing murder. ever met. He has' that cordial and All 1 platter-'nicely trimmed and decorated. with all terms if'' the contract.. BjT c
mination to bring' the one matter more games In August.The Sheriff Farmer finally 'prevailed\ round friendly manner that establish. Five errors enabled the northerners to waiv.Fedand'the'haring.warld

which was to be featured to an early Home Brews had it In the'sec upon the mob to return Scott to him, es a feeling of good fellowship at once, score three of their four runs.. They ; before .
and successful termination. ; ond game.-That is all there is to it. and the two returned in safety to Kisilmmee and makes for him friends' wherever earned just'one solitary marker. I.the i judge' who: was to render judg.. y
(This matter was the production of They were..outhit two to one, but where the negro/ was given he chances to go.. (Epperson the wellknown'port.- ;went, passing upon both law and the
strawberries to so large an extent that' played superb ball in the field while his freedom. Scott was' rumored to }"The Chamber of Commerce of Kis elder occupied the' mound for the facts. - "" \ +

platform buyers could be induced to: the visitors kicked in with four fuicy have carried away Oscar Mack disguised simmee is to' be congratulated upon Pals. Although Inclined to be, wild i The hearing :"occupied he nevertheless the-locals down '
set
make thisjcfty one of their headquar- errors.. The game was a repetitionof as a woman, but this was securing cuchw an excellent, and effic- and the'testimony, when'written, upcomprised t'
tort during the season. In opening the Tuesday except that'the.shoe was with only,three hits and himself forced five hundred
found to be. incorrect. He had taken ient secretary ai Mr. Burrows who over pages of.
{session Howard Rats?, president of on'the'' other foot. a 'woman south it was shown but his l leaves this week. His family will go in\i. the only run for Story' &: Co.Three' : legal-sized paper. The 'plaintiff took

I the Chamber of Commerce declared "Lefty" Pen .begged so hard for passenger was not a man'in disguiseBut to him some time later.\; times did the Cowpunchers fill I five days with all Its witnesses and the '
-ithatthe crux of the m.tterwa. Kis.4.immee another ,chance the mound thatMan.eer ,aheriW'there jam full, and just the same defense #
"on .for the insistence of the "We ,are sorry to lose such ixcellont number took threedays.. -
desired to' know from all sides 'consented. And .his : of times they failed to deliver major t
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tiff witnesses
: Story Is no doubt that a sad reflection: people from the citizenship of At *was" lathe
tells the tale
would be best for the city judgment was far from wrong. Peri would have even a sacrifice fly. This government -
been cast upon Kissimmee oka but we wish them prosperity, success engineering depart--
&and county, and that while the entire shut in in nine innings ;of wasted< opportunity and a,JOllt.ball and
them out seven and it is a matter of congratulation and happiness in their new Inca mint, introduced as an expert another
for.
.program of:,t there ''could.aeveril fanned seven men and received beau that the mob had a belief in him. tion." _, game 'Pert; on the rubber Kis expert on m.cbirlert.wa. introduced -'
held the hard
'. .carried out would be( tiful support. Grdy. a: right-hander ---- .immee./ hitting'Pals to from Tampa. ? ' '
and handled. He Robinson's five blows but his support' was rag
:
jrood' things heard was' Manager pitching : It would seem. that the plaintiff's
spoke of the serious troubles' which choice'-He, too, was good. Only four To Compile New DocumentFive The case, insofar asany breach being
bad been thrust temporarily upon.the hitswere combed from his delivery : Cowpunchera jumped into the ..
.lead in the and should have by reason of wilfullywith
few first scored
styling
days
city during'the'past but his infield blew at a holding "
up
the certificates for work
; them "temporarily" because he 'felt point and put him in trouble. enough to sew up the game right July ; i
Members Board ,
Charter failed absolutely the
reliable real I there and then. But all they t was ; 'proof being
,
that when some good, The, Pals were first to score. Withone the clear that the city council in its pub-'
would down tot and put one. With Buttorff out of < way
men get in the third. Callahan doubled
their shoulders to the wheel the city ,gone:but was caught trying. to Lesley doubled to left. Roberson lie capacity the had nothing.whatrovev'.,
Be Chosen In FormArrangements to do with withholding of the certificate
Regular Prather and walked'in
and county would be pushed into pro- third on Robinson's infield tap. Quinn I Story In quick .ifv' 'JrI'ft.i plte--of-everythiDJr. -- _ followed.withaJong double to.Jenter. I succession, forcing Lesley Epper 'withheld. _. ;
,
Mr. Katz Introduced who read Sam his Grammar on, Robinson scoring all'the way from are now complete' pirt of any who are active In the desire --j son bags was still jammed and worried only one with down.the wrongly The principle fight.*.came'over-'the'
of Saint Cloud, paper first The Cowpunchers came back in '
Man The Farmer andProsperity for the special charter board 'election to have a new charter placed be- I But sad as it is to relate, Wilson and question of the furnishing power
Business
"The their half of the same inning and won .
fire the people to take unduea there <
he handled the which is any McLean did the "Casey at the Bat"tick by .the.dt.nd was 'a great'y
to
in which occur Saturday July
the old ball game. With Lesley out of on evidence/ '
< vantage of any voter; and the fact ma.of' on-both"sides, but'even
matter of real co-operation in a splendid ,this the --way Pen doubled to left and But. 22, and It now is declared the duty tl it after the election board shall I Again: and in both the sixth struck the out.Cowpunchers the plaintlll"awitnesses testified' '

manner. Mr. Brammar said torff walked. McLean fanned for num, of every qualified voter to take an, h ve prepared the document it will' be had opportunity blew It. that' the city-had -so",little, power .it'
w county was now In a and state the catUetick of evolution be!:-two. but Prather,worked Grey fora active interest in this matter whichis p bllsheso that all may read and Story a golden and W'il.olwere both hit by could not furnish the amount,agreed r

w+ and free range and be had pass loading the' sacks. Duke hit believed to mean so much for Kis-- st dy it before voting on its adoption I balls and .Duke strolled *But upon in the contract-it .hardly bad
were things of the past, to Callahan who threw into the crowd simmee's advancement.There ''oil rejection shows that only fairness 'pitched enough for lighting the streets' and,, ,
in the of a-hit.:
of .towards nothing doing way I *
many words encouragement ? back' of first, Pen scoring. Quinn {! are many who have not will prevaiL for1;" I lights for its inhabitants. That, e.
of -tl* Sar- I I The Pals took the lead In.the-,sec
the amalgamation ; with' weird[ ,
merchant and the business helped matters' along a peg thoroughly posted \themselves; to {Every voter in the city should go ond without the aid of a singlet hit, was) most important evidence for,the
mer and the harmonious whole. to attb: .:J>uke napping at first But- what this election means-and there,,to*the polls onS.turdaT.July 22. and I Lesley fumbled Peters' easy tap. 1: city,.in view,of decision relative Jo''

man forming one succeed. rff"Bd1 McLean counting. are those'who fancy,that a charter is 'vote for the men whom they consider i Lasso sacrificed and Quinn '''walked. the manufacture and. distribution'> Y,
which could not Hodnett but made an extends:>:> The pals took .one back in the being adopted and the men elected are able! and willing to devote a, considerable : Holden grounded to Roberson. "Fanny" electricity by a municipality and the
Rev. R. F. what' fourth. Peters opened with a single are to be officials. time to the preparation of had double play staring him -in final judgment of the court, below set.

e could$ talk be on-the strawberry by and its and took second!! on a passed balL He This election la merely select flvsv.jrharter: ,be./ubmitted to.the |peoAs -,: the face n butgo t".over anxious 'and .state*'thl Iega.'prIn.. .:
accomplished proper third Larmo'SJ sat. bunt applicable '
went .la, on men If'electedtodonate ' '
thereto.
whon
hareragreed, ppplllttt. pie
and sale He allowed the ball to go all the way to ;
cultivation production, this berry and scored on Duke's bad play on Gon- time, talent, and ability' to to who shall be chosen is'option. left field. Wilson recovered it, but After months of deliberatlon'JddgeCharles
told of the ability.with'which cold and zales.' Story &: Co. took it back again compiling a charter which, may prove al for the voter-but 'would be a threw. the fence instead of.to third. O."'Andrew *' of the'seventeenth ."
heat and dampness tq
withstood in-their half. Wilson singled to center ., distrlet-banded
task \
-difficult
what he acceptable tothe entire people. The- to select five men who Peters and Quinn scoring easily. : judicial down.
and drought-and ref> and went all the way to third'on another men selected bythrChamberof Connrmerce --wouJd-qu.lifraa- board-who: would' the 'following 'Opinion'' which,' was -
and knew of his own knowledge The visitors, rang up their only,
( had seen close track of Plant: bad peg by Quinn. "FrJtny"Roberson ,- and put forward as candidates take sufficient Interest to-labor as. the : earned run'in the fourth. Quinn "Entered at Chambers in Orlando this

, for: he the had kept eight 'and hadwatched was there' with the necessa for the position, are George P. Gar- men'elected must do merely for the singled, Holden put him'on second 8th day.of. May>' .,D.lt22:!'' .; < f E
City culture years with great ry-sacrifice fly W'Uson'scorlng afterthe rett J. M. Johnston, G. F. Krlbbs,'J. betterment of Kissimmee..These men with a sacrifice, and Gonzales scored "And now this cause came on to be' : ,,

the and berry comprehensiveness-and catch with the last- run 'of. the' E.' Lupfer, and T M. ,Murphy-yet are not of' the "Let George do it" him a double. to. right. .At' that; If heard by the'court, a jury having been'. ,.' .,
.a,, tenacity the fact that all pro- game . . .. -. their name, cannot be printed upon class; ,they'are 'willing ,to undertake anyone had recovered second on Hold- waived ,by*both," parties,';;., and after' ?
laid stress should upon be made ready for'ship The Pals threatened in the sixth but the ballots. The law forbids. a task that-.Is by-no means light and en'a sacrifice Quinn would have been hearing the evidence,'and'tbe attor ; t'i

duce In the most careful manner.His Dc)' Horn'resulted. Gonzales walked The ballots to be used will be blank trival. Others elected; might=T f use to out a' mile 'at the midway.But then neys for ''the';respective 'parties the ,
ment and most and singled with one down. and the notification made on each willbe qualify. The five named above have .. nobody,covered. court finds as matter! of ww tw......

.> talk hen.lve--and.was extensive burst applause eompre-followed But Grey skied to right and Callahan. to write in the names of the five,, agreed to qualify and serve if elected' The last-counter game (in the v fifth.Grey defendant has legal avtfiorltr;,t.D sell

his. last words'because of 'theoptimism fanned for the last out.; men the voter may seJect- he inculcated his audience Quinn of the Pals was much the beat "X"' before each one. A "sample Remember that' the time 'to cast throw to first on Larzo's grounderwas mercial: purposes' so' long,, as 'It'does,
among. with the stick. He'got four hits out of ballot" has been issued suggestingthe votes for the board that is to prepare bad,' and Eddie Duke kept the not Interfere 'with the main purpose

H.- Wilson- county agent followed - as many tries one of them.a healthy five names above alluded to.-but a document admission: in Its full' circus with a heave a mile over up third of ,, furnishing" lights 'to the city and ,t
Leo same, line of talk; regarding double. Pen got the only extra base there is no. law prohibiting the name form.to all the be on Saturday Grey walking.in. its' eittiens," but ,. the court' finds. a* ,,-
along'the
: culture. He was' not hit for'the locals.' Large crowds attended of other persons being: written in the 22. Every voter in the: LesleT' and Story were the only I locals Snatter of fact, that neither at'the: '

.anxious berry that man should plant both clean and were rewarded blanks and the "X" marked.. Thereis city- should participate In the election! to get hits,-'Lesley getting. two time entering into contract to imp .
at any Jn berries the firstyear with fast, baseball---There is no wish upon the part of the -to' indicate the interest taken in, including a double. Grey led the ply electric powerto the plaintiff,nor' t}
-
Urge acreages
little to choose between these two Chamber of Commerce or upon the the matter. at any time- 'thereafter' during the- ,
he would prefer that two hundred swatting for the Pals I
:
Klssimmee outfielded the Pals -
teams. --
< 'I work hadthe defendant such, surer ,
hundred should Box Score _
three men. .
) or an acre each until there had on'son( ,Wednesday Lesley and'by mM aeApng pulled way.a Rober-beau SHOTS BRING DEATH "GUILTY OF MURDER"SAID : -PalatkaAB-R. H PO/A'E--tract power for- to 'fulfill and its therefore alleged,.eon--.ueh"'I .
,
teen reached sufficient number of. it Butters, 8b ...u" 0 0 230 I 'power -
tiful double 3nny" starting ,
play
), acres to justify the stationing in Ktsslmmee Lesley 2b __'-__ 6, 1 2 052 I contract'for power was' ultra' virus"- "r
,- of a platform buyer. by cutting down a sure hit behind sec Roberson. ss _-_" 2 0 00 1 1 'I (beyond one's power)U *.

-. .. ,I* Allison T. French made a most imJ ond.Prather brought the crowd' to its FOB' TWO YOUNG MEN CORONER'SJURlJutS : : S. Prather cf ___ 3 0' 0 200 610 court"And tinde:.on.'forth:all.' defendant.other 'agues. :.the., p ,f a;
and'impressed I
201 j
for co-operation, Story c-----
passioned
appeal
in .
catches center.gobineon
feet with two dandy the
-.-.i* this fact,upon hi. hearers: Wilson rf. ._.__ 300 001 I "It is tberefore'eOft.ldered by '
of the'Pals robbed Pen'of INorth Kissimmee Shooting Crime On'Oscar Mack court here that the plaintiff take nojh v y.tt
,there were : McLean rf _.... 2 0 02 0 0
.4 this industry provided another extra base'blow,,by a pretty Prather ri Ing by its writ and that the defendant ,
tlike.'to H. ....2 00 100
; : go into one-handed catch in deep left center, ,Ends In Two Deaths For TakingThe Lives of f
? vFthey could be financially assisted dur- Duke Ib ._.___.. 3 0 0 15 0 1 go hence without delay .and recovef; ,
': could get just as he did the day before. Sunday Evening Two :Young:;Men "_ _ 40 0 060 against the plaintiff its costs in.this,
+t Ii 't big the first year until'they the Box1 Score'- -.""" : Perx. p ? ___ _ behalf to be taxed by the clerk."; / ,' .

.:.E' '.lm merchants their' shouldsbelievedpiatte what- Klssimmee AB R H PO 300 A EButtorif Five 'shots rang out on the' air .In. The;:"coroner's'jury: met ln"adjourn-> H3 -1 -8, -27 -16 "B The.matter" of-the damage1 'suit';
8b ___.. 210
t would result from combined action-In McLean,' rf ..... 2 0 0 1 0 0 the colored section of North Kissimmee ed, session at the county courtroom Kissimmee AB R H: PO A E against the;city beingthus:,terrains 's
tbeway'ofputting money in circulation at a few minutes after ten Tuesday morning at'ten o'clock to Callahan ss ____ I 601 020 ted. there,remained only;:the adju'
200 e
cf _.__ 8
Prather 1,0
that many or aU of.them should Duke 4 0 0 18 O' 1 o'clock Sunday evening. -Ten minutes render a verdict upon the double Robinson, cf .....6 00 200,, diction of.,the. 910. M>0 cash bond i +

.willing to finance some goodman 'alb -_,,___ 4 0 1. 7 0 0 later a call was .sent to two physicians shooting of Sunday evening-Eugene Grey, It ________ 412 000 which,, 'as 'receipts "frQlllli theelty' I
In cultivating at least one acre; and Story C 811 000 by Albert'Button. At 10:28 the Rinehardt dying instantly and Stewart - Peters rf __-_*_ 410 110 showe&weremade'?"for:the faithful, a
be urged that such be done at once. Wilson, rf u.:_;_.-2" 00 050 whistle blew tha alarm for the sher *Jvey'dying" the following after .Larso, .Ib ,__ ..__ 4 0 0 16 .0 0 carrying out of the-terms., of the eontract" -,
made by, Mr: ss J. W. "The 321 810 : the payment. f.r the .work:
Evidently the appeal 2b 801 120 iff. At' 10:40 Undertaker noon. hearing war presided ov. Quinn, C--------
French took1 deep root for Rev.,W. H. Pen Lesley,. -_ 8 1 1 0' I 0> Thompson drove to the garage to er by Judge T. 1. .Comer.- 'The juryis Holden 2b ._____ 200 040 whichfbad.been'.ctnaly; nomo1etdi'the >> )'
t Dresch.: In his talk which followed, expressed p.-T J5 J equip his e hearse for ambulance use. named elsewhere.Stenographic Gonzales, Sb .";':., 301 080 percentage held back::b7"theelty: = ,

his. belief in what had been -26 -4'421121- At 10:50 R.M. Thomas, his chauffeur reports were taken of every proceed- Epperson p ..,.,,? 300 031 on ,neh'e.timatet'and" the ownership* '

,' said and In a ''clever manner guaranteed Patatka AB R H 'PO A E was on hand to and precisely Ing.1 - - of the dredge, .t.7; -severalJthou-t i
*N. to finance some/real worker Inc 0 0 1 at eleven a wounded'man was be- Dr; Haynes Brinson told I 601
Callahan .. *
the cultivation of one acre-provided ss :. 810 800 an Orlando hospitalwhile'another : of the wounds found upon Score By laniags -. sand WU rV
/ that"the' mnn was capable: ,'.reliable, Robinson, cf: ._. 0 4 7 1 2 victim of bullets was each, of the-victims and of his trip to .,, '. RUE required had-thin HCSM. ,keen.reopened: .*'

,.an4 was in earnest.. He saw no rea- Quinnw..i.4 rf __ _. 4 1 J 0 0 ,9Larso lying dead in his car',beside the negro Orlando with-the wounded man, Ivey. Kissimmee .._.-- 100 000 '000=1' S S. the supreme court: and the litigation .i ,+

,..' tMm why a pastor should be not inter.rihated Peters, Ib -:- 4 0 ,1., 9 1 0 Methodist church. On the way-he asked the patient who Palatka ?...,.--. 020 110 00-4 b 1 which would Jam'followed ont"the }'
')n.the-materialthings aijweUas GonxaWsb. 100. 210 .FroM that time till, three In.the. realised"that-1 he was In a dangerous 'Summary' Two-base bits,-Ieesley, several minor cases regarding., ,
believed'.. that .;; confusion 'who shdt him and the Gontales struck- < Pen 4 by points above alluded to. and.actlng' opt.t,
> the .pldtu&J-.and' If .. Z. 0 0_ ,2 0 0 morning there was through condition; reply ; out by .,.. t
,
the latter would Epperson ,, + half hundred ,wake that "It nigger." Asked 4 bases balls off yenZ. on theadvice of.L.: C. -
ky aiding the former Wiim 'If -2 00000- out the entire city.- A' was a Epperson ; on ,
:be'automatically improved.'.The, remarks 801' 181 automobiles were jn use' In some way.andcars'wen who tne' man was Ivey.replied that off Epperson 6; left on bases. Kin .- city Ma..191'attom."for'th. ,
... "
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2b .
Holden. J
", in ?- f' was' hit (Lewis. O'Bryan a
of the preacher: abounded 0 0' 0 4 0 sent in .n directions it "Oscar Mack. Dr. Brinson simmee 11, Palatka { br pitcher,
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I Interests, and were well-deserving of Grey,.p ;.i.;;-' --' ,.;..., - forthe purpose. .of apprehending one could get no reply to his .questions as by Eppormon ,(Wilson,"Story Umpires his. confrere) a compromise' was made

i t/ the applause tendered him.t 31 li B 24 10 '4core Oscar Mack colored, who' was sup- to'!.-why Mack,shot.him., When witness Lupfer. anoAlvey- *and.the settlement. ** -'*was**" 4i*made*on theM I .
Remarks were made by Clark HoweU8. poaed to ,have committed, the crime.T. told him that one man had been Interesting Events* "-Wbie.; .."'in1. ; JNT < *jbt->>Tithe *
T. Fansler .Milton. Pledger, by JsmlngsPalatka R lI E ., Iw' Comer'.was summoned to' holdan killed Ivey replied "It must have been .r salt wan brought T>

George ,H.,'with lorcWt'BtMaklnson, ....,...::001:100: 000-3 84 inquest upon the body lying in the Rinehardt." Dr.; 'Brinson ...id'.Jmade' * AtiThe?Lander,;.Home plaintiff' against the'made'defendant between.to:;".. .
appealfrom contract
-t
recover >n a
most direct to be that of Eu antemortem statement"tohiar"but""when
and closed A car-which proved no
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Palatka. _. :_ .. OOU100 :'R.vc and Mrs/-DavidLenderhave the
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for bulkheading
the the said parties. n
1 H. Clay Stanford for people hits Pen, gelie.Rlnehardt. and the sheriff select ;; he 'Informed' Jvey ofhU '
to ,vet together;, stick;togetherand Quinn'iCallahan-left eci -the ..foUowi11.l'-named to serve in critical situation at the he turned young once more this week-- shoreof'.Lake: Tohopekallga andother" ,
push this berry project .until its 'nc- : on bases' Pa-bf that'capacity: -J. Z.'Rob r ou.'J'r: H. had,*''pri..te'ballr with' Fran Cot having at home their..two'grandchildren work' incident thereto andr: r '';- .
out
p(. cues 'was secure.. "Do, not allow it ,toBetT latka Pen '10, Klssimmee.,7 bases 4t struck pnballs,,off .Johnston' J.'E.,.,Lupfet 1.,1'Gre Lang
: ; daughter ofMr.'and Mn.HenlY tried the eouJtJithOJJt a jurysnd; p
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he :U- D.W.Alderman and F.h Bryan.,Such not bear. .
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session Pen" 8L off Grey 8r doubleplays, '. -Mc.Cl.Uand..the'tMltd der,-' f Aron-ParlK; )frl. Lander, and was emere4 lot the .
a
,"' the xFsrA.: Stronp to 'The--sworn testimonfof B.. IC AiS
., ,:.- During Holden Robenon workas' .was needed 'preparatory ; '''
Quinn to Larso to, her Mrs. Susie Stubbs aftera elghth if1M. ;
"" mother fondant en the At 1 ,
commnnieations of the ,
t of ,
the the day
*r:offered 'following ,r.criece"-hits the removal body hi un- man party, ; T :. '
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j; to .Lesl.yto-Duke ; home JI. "
for '
s q.J .frofe the. board;lot ,directors: of'%he 'GonsalesRobarion;- hit' by taker 'was carried -out; and the Jur't waa toithe effect that he ,search* brief Visit here left their ."1erreasr'. fplsafiffrbJ -: ." 'I"
Grey. r" left atAvon ;Park on ,s.tutda",-but the The pVpiposed /,
.. !his
Osceola Growers and moved'its'adop- until' the following morn ing-for"negr who had toftpeatlm Hi
adjourned
Ditcher, by Pen 1,(Robinson);, passed ; ? '' children,-remained. :'here.:,) Little ;Da to take a writ Lector from:.tM -: I. i"
tlo.wWehfonowewithout, : . ;. , .argu-. bail Story umpires:.Porter and Pul.f? ing. *! : . ; ? ; camp several week previous, ," occurred
'" ; '" :; ; -; Dr. Haynes Brinaon quickly r.acbedthe and that when-pe asked* negro,"sit.' vid's birthday-+ anniversary said 'Jucllll n ent'"totHesi: prejae-.agues Vi *
'l: ,e recognice\he: important action lock.: ; .. r. ,r -. -i home 'Mrs;Elizabeth Waring; ting on a i porch in'North' Kissimmee on;Saturday, and his sister observed of Florida; and,':- .*?'. .the'nIt -:

Ii', tiylakenb7/: Clasimmu ... <\ vher .:Stewaztarcydhad: fallen' after what his name.was he was."answered the same ;anniversary: on 'Tuesdayentev -<- 'Whereas The.parties to : : ::'.. ,
C n bel' of- Commerce, 101 the entire *. ;KIS81aMEBiX!. >STTO-Ey8TISH; sal'bs' walking' three blocks'.-...This body-'on byiatullet" and-h i'added "The nig- and''a;times..war "gJvan both V : ordu.to. ,:avoid.farther. U Ugation-;; ;,,_ ,
The sons of the!venerable couple, have agreed..to: 'compose: ,aDcF settle ,; t
Eiutiayesterday ;
eounty/ bythetranbnouaadoption Re shooting Questioned 0
'population Qsceola Cowpiinchen 'went to the porch'his legs on the steps .: get kept on '
4 *f Hs propoaitien afternoon and had the' satbfactlon moving*him Inside the house an examination edrby 1-1(. Johnston..as to-why he Henry -and ,Joe, -,are.expected': fromAvon theirt differences in-tb>.tetnuJrefe1n-' ',11 '''!
that-the of the agrlculrtural made his condition (the!wite.- denied, eon Monday Park to help their parents coo" after set'forth.U. .. ".x :
development of ao.incto': that team by a was ape, anniversary the J .
fiftieth by parties
: resource of. tho county was the core: of 4 to ten -,.. pronounced precariousi. ,AJs.: soon 'as morning. any knowledge of the shooting ebrato of en'BeY.Sundayihe, Land...'. of;. il lit is therefore-agreed the ,plaintiff.eo, .sldem..'J ,,'.
most vital matter to'which they.could Dr.,T.< M. Rivers arrived at that spot he .said h*' had r been told b.ou occupancy : -That J- .
devote their'attention v -J t v ftTh r rC04peratloJ' Pont forget,K'Jud'J'OGf'.hea1t.h.: it was; suggested that ,Jie. toe to' ,the in authority to say nothing.',,Mb John; the. pulpit-=and-tbe-;>hole'affair-will t bOD.of.the'nndirtakiixay of:;t.e .;

.-; "'ofthebusiness: Many- diseases start from-causes. that car:wherelay'-another wounded-man .ton a.lrecl'wh.'tM maD'w Land the partake-,the' '' .character' .: >.;famil7nunia4 -- : readh .,1'1'4.' .. '" (Coatinurd .er-'Page'.Tate.)" .Ii' easilyberemoved J, 1 ((Co pau.apar >as-.<;.Three),, Y ::,.a, 'grass, ,1-.t\,; :\"
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I' TiYO THE: KISS1MMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE,, FRIDAY JULT 21.122,
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Starting one-tiatf l4cfi From i one-end,.! BULKltEAD MATTERSARRANGED .

the 'cardboard taM :wind on the:. I saa' water .i$ caillng'you f '"$;

'i' ,22' D. 'C. 0.. wlrt within oafrfeali (Continued from Page One, ; :
Low' Prices on I r
Special: l of the other end'of' tb. 'tub*:' '' not take any writ of error or other CClne' & CLCARWATE& 11 :

'. **** ..*. *'* v,. -. one end of the winding to tb proceed inn by way of appeal from If
', '' but allow, sonie surplus,wire on.. the. said judgment and that it( doss 0110.<<. gal; ,:"ii
r GOODRICHTIRES l the; other end for making a .conuealion. hereby waive and release all errors '
How: I ., After the winding is in place In said judgment and in the proceeding Clearwater' Beaches offer you a most attractive! place ,for .... % 't'your
AMATEUR CAN give It a coat of shellac or varnish on which it it based. summer outing where you can enjoy salt water surf b th. ;

to hold the turns in place. Assemble 2-That the plaintiff shall and doe Ing in the Gulf of Me ico.- Modern and commodious bath houses, ,''tI t.

: andTUBES BUILD A RECEIVER ithe circular-cut: pieces of wood in the to hereby the defendant transfer assign all its, equity-in and set over the amusement pavilions, fish! ''dinners, dancing; bowling fishing,' ..* i fr,
'
geometrical ,center of the squareblocks dredge heretofore used by it and now boating and above all,_good motor roads;direct to the. Beach.: ; .

Setting ( "and 'then shellac' varnish lying1 on the shore of Lake Tohopeka The beautiful Clearwater Beach ,,Hotel, ..modern'in every detail ,. ,;,)
,
Instructions' for Up the .them for.the appearance's sake.: lijja. which dredge was' heretofore appointment, is open the year.rourul.. 'Available, cottages: ,
and f for When thoroughly dry slip the two pledged or mortgaged by the plaintiff jtantfie I
Antenna Assembling for rent. In spending your vacation. this world-famed resort;, .
end to defendant bill of
i blocks .into -the wound tube and. the by saleto secure -
need not be taken from shopping habits .. ../'
the Tuner. by means of a few finishing brad advances amounting to the sum you away : your :?r :
IFOR driven through the cardboard tube, of $18,000, but the said dredge l.now Clearwater's shops are second to none. Band Concerti are given \\1 tat ".

TEN DAYS AT fasten the* end blocks to the wound conveyed in full and absolute ownership the Beach every: Sunday. Write 'information to i 1..:
In order to plctcup sufficient energy to the defendant. .
1k GILBERT'S SERVICE STATION with the simple radio receiving eel tube. The slider Is to be mounted 3-That the defendant consideration CLEARWATER BOARD OF TRADE ,\
troll and be
of the
top ghouls cap
It ls necessary to connect one tenut Ion of the premises, accepts the
-net-to-an-enteine-cendeUng of one or ;able ('f making-contact- with any turn said dredge.3n fulLpayment..ot.lha ...CLtARW.A'IER..FLORIDA.'oo '
+ 30' x 8 Plain Tread__....$B.eb more wires suspended In the air! and of the wire on the tube TaT'ordcrldremove amount still due on the advances secured -' ,5' fI'
80 x Stt Nobby Tread.__.*. 9.85'' Insulated from all grounded material the Insulation from the wire ; by the said bill of sale and dis .
w- 82 'x 8tt Nobby Tread*....16.90', and the other terminal a'' ground,, just under the rod where the slider; barges( : the plaintiff from all farther W; .
F{ 32 x 4 Nobby Tread..:....19.78 the water supply The moves back and forth, wrap a piece of i liability in respect to said contract! Y
33.x14 Nobby Tread21.85 usually pipe. sandpaper around a thin piece of'' 4-That the defendant will returnto -
* TUBEs height of an antenna used with a Atwood' and using another piece of wood the plaintiff the liberty bonds, 71lN! ii Cfeanmfer : .
receiver should not be less than \
small
the Insulation amounting to $10,000, which were de- .. ,
guide sandpaper
ai
J\\ SO x 8 Gray Tube.._..__$1.76 80 feet. .As the' received energy varies from a the winding. Drill a hole oneelghth posited by .the plaintiff with the de- .-- '. :',
SO x 3V4 Gray Tubes.1.95 directly as the belfbt' of an antenna fendant to secure the faithful performances "
82 x,355 Red Tubes ...... 2.85 the higher the antenna the louder | Inch in diameter through the of the contract and will ; r.
. .' 10 82x4 Gray.Tubes____,.. 2.78 will be. the signals or voice produced. ;slider rod about cue-fourth Inch in I also pay to the plaintiff .the sum of O o. 600tU'OO'OOOUUOH OtOOOo.4 HOUU U.o ;
; 33 x, 4 Gray Tube..--.... 2.95 The length. of an antenna for shortwave ''from each end so that the rod can $4000 In cash. ?
reception should not be less than ,be fastened by. screws to the end I 5 rThat this agreement shall\ be '
blocks., After the slider rod Is fastened i signed in triplicate: one to be filed in
is the time to 60 feet nor should It be longer than
Now [ prepare minimum in' place see that the contact finger the record of the cause, and one to be III HI. n
200 feet. The wave length
be on the bottom of the slider can at all held by each of the respective parties
fer Iii to which a simple receiver can hereto.
Vacation Trips. .
,
your : adjusted for electrical resonance will Um..a make good conta* with thewlodlo. The Maloney-Lupfer Company,
; Mount po.t'on
binding
be above that used by amateurs If a By J. E. Lupfer, Vicepresident.The .
new stock. We appreciate your the receiver be connected to an antenna ;either end of the coil, attaching one City of Kissimmee, liShowsUp :
by means of a wire to the slider rod H. R. May, Mayor. -
200( feet or more In length.A By .
I patronage and are prepared simple radiophone receiver cap.. and the other to the end of the wire Attests .
wound on the tube and the tuner :Scomplete. J. R. Gilbert Clerk. The color, texture appearance, of inferior flour
able of up'radiophone stations
tr (to give GOOD SERVICE similar picking to KDKA lit East Pittsburgh '' A tuner can be purchasedalready The actual amount deposited with may seem to equal
you assembled for about $3.M to the city was $10,040, and these were
k can be assembled by a novice $4.00. carefully\ checked over before returning "
.- for from $4 to $15, depending upon to determine that the full amountwas I ,
the builder's ability to use his hands.If -- present. A full\ detailed list regarding .
the builder will construct most of i LINKING MOVIE AND RADIO I them is in the minute booksof

GilbertsSERVICE his apparatus be will appreciate it the city.It .

miich more and probably: will understand British Scientists Have Some Sueceee is possible that an explanationis ,
-more about Its operation than In Wireless' Transmission of due regarding the "$4000" given ;I.
:. STATION plaintiff. The amount of excess work h
If he buys a net already made. However : Motion Pictures. r.
the at the Instance
done by contractors -
; 41 'Main Street Phone $5tt for those who have not the ability i of the engineer then in charge, -. \I'
,
or the time to spend constructingtheir British scientists are reported to oa agreed by that official and the en-

own apparatus the following-de i have met with more or less success In tire board then in control of the city's but the difference shows un tn those dainty, fluffy \ '
scription will not only give the detail. action with that
together percentages
,
developing a method of. transferringmotion biscuits that can't be made with ordinary flour.
as to the construction of each com : pictures by radio. Some were retained by the city at each ..
'ponent part of receiver but also months ago a photograph was transferred payment, aggregated the sum of $5- Ask your grocer.
what standard ready-made part. can >00. The plaintiff' long argued over
: be purchased sod used' In its stead. by wireless from the Copenhagen this point but the council's conten- Blish Milli.( Co., R. C Woedbery Company,
newspaper the Polltlken to England tion that $1500 of that was due '
was led Distributors Orlando ,
Seymour ,
The material can be purchased at from to ,
and later England a ship as interest on the $18,000 borrowed.
any electrical supply store. In mid Atlantic so that the possibility ''It[ was enly at the last moment that 0000000000000.000000000.00.00000000000..000.0.. . ... .
In erecting a simple antenna for I of linking the movies with the hew the concession was made by the "

use with the receiver shown In the '.rt Is not remote, I plaintiff-and the matters were clos.
:
diagram the antenna proper and the If perfected the new development.of d. "
I "The council -has done the best it
lead-in are of stranded harddrawncopper the already versatile art will make It -
I could in this settlement," said Councilman a :
wire, strand No. 22, costing .
;possible for one to see on hip I own' re "We have labored
Howard Katz. -
O\lt 1 cent per foot. The Iwo lnsJrIstors \: !celvlng Instrument things }that are happening '
; hard and sincerely for the city's
) are of molded material and can nt a great distance. For I interests, even almost breaking ; ;

be purchased for about 20 cents each. instance, a ship Is sinking at sea. The friendships. We'll be condemned, HOME TRADE
f Homes Burn! The antenna. shown Is supported between !transmitting station of the vessel, Instead probably, by some who cannot under- '

a house and a pole. It may be of sending a message of the disaster stand what a good settlement we have WHY,
found more convenient to support it that with made-but 111 take my share of stand -
send a picture anyone
. between a tree and a house two bouses. ;;a receiving set will be able to see Just If a petition signed by a fair FALLS OFF
of between tw. oa number of square citizens shall request -
*, i Every 'home is full the or even same house. In bringing chimneys down the :las the present broadcasting programs,I my resignation-well\, I'm ready A- 1-

:. ;;valued possessions-famrily lead-In care should be taken that it are heardThat nil? sounds remote now but to give IU"! .

; ;,heirlodni8--Hthe gifts material Is kept as as far possible away and from when grounded bringing the telephone was considered even -GUILTY OF MURDER" It ,Always Slumps When 7
after
more so, and tHe wireless, even
of friends and ,,,8 hundred through the wall or tinder the window had (Continued from paste 1)
;; Into the house It should be brought 'Marconi'simmortal message witness replied "Milton Pledger." In Unbusinesslike '
: : Business Is
:that the-Atlantic, was generally belived ;
bridged
.things; money through some sort 'of an' Insulating reply to questions regarding the Ku
to..b. akin to the Idea of per- denied
Kliuc Klan the witness
tube, such as rubber or bakellte. : any
.cannot' replace. : petual motion. membership in or knowledge of such
.
: ... '," JD'makllli the ground -connection '. organization.A. .:.Most'. business men have this failing they are ''
:t ; ,,.\ : ':. ... the same kind of wire can be used as .- . : ,. ,
< in
r the
man "
:" -.. . . . . . . . C. Alderman only 'I'
2nsnrnee uw: 1 l ll.t inakgtwdPyonriltls !. 4va* purchased fo* the antenna. Ton the party uninjured, told nothing additional are swept off. their feet when business booms. .. : : J
.
; '*' section of the waterplpe I THE RADIOI8Tcrystal He '
11 iadthe? 11 ran clean ,a TIPS TO .. ... to the preceding witness. ,: '''':f'
\ t" thoroughly solder the !ground wire : ---=. , also denied any associations with the ,'" .
Hartford, l\Fire Insurance'' to it. I A .detector cannot be Kit Klux Klan'wJ-aen the same jnuestions - We hit prosperity. Then starts the tr uble. "Ev-; ,

'i belp"pr.:% satisfactorily amplified. were asked'"by' Juryman John-
Company. will ,. rybody buys everything in sight and the mer- ,
aerial wires .'
Y MAKING THE TUNER Insulate ends of ston.Evidence
.Wn 1t4fw : several small Insulators. of Gerald Ashton, Dr. T. chants in their start
: with are caught own trap. They
To make a tuner for this receiver, aerial M. Rivers, C. G. Tyner Mack Stratton -

1 the following raw material will be re- wires Wherever at right possible angles run to electric Dewey Ivey and Miss Ruth Ash- advertising to beat the band. A riot of selling follows i iI
added features to the
quired: ton, no new
tfaU: -on this-v** ,.Agency> Piece of cardboard tubing three light ntree.The case. Luke Smith swore that five I the merchants .OVER ADVERTISE and
4 and five ; lead wire should be the shots, and five only, were fired. He
e.--IDltlldL..lll meter ..
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1\' about 10 cents. else[ the combined-numbtri1 of was very close 'l6 the scene. - -OVERSELL'THE--MARKET; 'DenTaprd foFgoods :;
;' Inches long, costing
Carson,armor wires In the aerial.. Martha Johnson, colored, 828 .
l 100 fret No. 22 double cotton-cov Gas piping makes a poor Brack street denied having told Mar- keeps up and then comes the trip to the bank to 1 a' .f\

.."The Insurance::11ai'KilssiinmeeF'lorida ered magnet wire costing 25 cents. ground, but the cold water pipe tha Davis, colored, that "three white borrow-for expansion. \
Standard slider (see sketch) for 'A ground Is excellent.A men stopped at her place Sunday evening >

; ; by % brass rod, 40 cents. crystal detector Is never as and asked where Oscar Mack i ,

: 1 .Inch length of V4 by 14 brass efficient as-* vacuum tube detector lived Mack" Battle colored, swore that he Then what? shortage and rising prices-a riot of .,
20 cents
rod ( )
'V 2 binding square posts (see sketch) 20 no connected matter what to It.Instrumentsare was someone awakened who said late his Sunday name night was Os-by buying before prices tilt to the top and a wild t.

yenta t Within three to five miles from car Mack, and asked to be directedto spree of advertising to keep the game going.
:2 circular blocks of wood whose : Indoor sheriff the
a broadcasting station the home of the man
'.. GOING diameter is just,equal to the Inside i lone, wire, aerials about 40 feet said there had been some shooting in I
diameter of the piece of cardboard long stretched from room to North Klsshnmee and he wanted to Suddenly there comes a. halt. Buying slows up, -
,; .TO tubing and between 3-8 and 1-2 inch satisfactory give himself up. Battle did not see I
generally
thick room, are .. his face, but recognized the voice a. and timid unbusinesslike merchants CURTAIL
;
detectors.
i with crystal R
Some shellac or varnish Is also re.quired I Mack's.
I. BUILD George William Best postofflce ADVERTISING and the buying halt continues.! .

:: ..-.. ..- .. -' '-" -_. -- --.---- .- - --,.. ... .- .. change employee in,carriers made of oath mail regarding between the the Then advertising is stopped and business becomes. .' I

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railway station and the postofflce. stagnant.
d. oIthfIH"1o- + ,
t, 1n # Oscar Mack had been awarded the .. :
Y i4elann. contract. lie was to begin work Sunday
j :o1Rf morning. When Witness arrive.ed.at'the When trade needs no stimulus many merchants i- ,j

"":,. .;;. ton found Mack office there-but at an early no hour mail he buy space like drunken sailors, but when trade .

: ':;- ;:4 ,,, I .. Ees Jllr pouches* When.questioned Mack told needs a strong push they contract. '+ ,
A
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...:.... .. him that when he went.over1 to'ret ;
'.r' '
1II1 (} ." the mail he'was met by.. three white
L irtrl4w rYst
.
fcfor*.... ';. Pii -,. O: Cdr' 4 t .. -i.,.,..". ,. ? handle men who the::>.old,math.A him that.,h it to I If business spent one-third the, money In adver- .!)i
$
'od't1r '
IDAD' job; and' that 'he must'leavetown .. tising"when trade is booming and three times the ,t
"',WIl w _,:Y@oI, by twelve) o'clock. Best went "
N ; with him to see, that he brought the.. money when trade is poor, business would find j
i t.! mailbut the ,men were not in sight,
4AHtltlndnrot. ., .., ,. 1\ i> .. C, C. Collins of they postofflce, r.ye stability.

f ,, Mack: a revolver and Collins} told the ,..

) Interior Finiatf -' witness charge of that. Sheriff'he had Farmer put Mack Sunday in Now Is The Time To .

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The AIIi-.... .: ,
"! :':Atlklnd.ofScreen* night and Monday rooming. Mr. Best v l' .
had not seen Collins since! Kond.1plommtr.
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" Eetiis P >- tlguroyou> '- : : : :: ., ai+se t '''UWJ., ., Advertise ExtensivelyDon't ;
The,jury returned a verdict,which: ,
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I if : EaticeNoasaAB111: ,. ..... ." . .stripped of all legal, language; declared

1 l ..,=. ... .. c... '. ::.%._! and Stewart that both Ivey, .Eugene came .,Riaebardt to theirdeaths.through -throw chips on a blazing fire; The wood, is ;

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,' M , AI. Oscar Mack the term needed when the fire is low. Advertising now .\

-r;. l. jJ. 'BT}.{' RJDEL-C{ : c; ., ,. ,'! I I. I'.. weave "murder***" being, used in both Intsan-. means' a-real: service to the buying public. The.,' .

t *-rallllr' .' -t'! "' ,:.. F .,' teat VETERANS, TAKE LITTLEAlbany \ people want: to., know where and' What they can .
,Novelly', Wk. a .,. .
ttrt': : -.: "< INTEREST
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.... buy economically
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: .. itfT i''' .... of the .
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:Only 2.600 50,000 Jt*
G 'r 1v :. .,.... .,,' : .
i-;:.. .., -4 workKwar-veteranS"believed-t h -elU
; '.t "_-I r Q p t J ': or '; the'recently'passed 'New' York state :
,
.. J ii: r ,f Were law'which set* '..id"Iooo.oooJ.fcw
,. ,'t. '" "'''fI ..' .; .
)rOn.mr'1t '1'' .' disabled and tmemployd veteran The

.fixK.... rr _....Rooms With,Eetb:: ', Ir.:, _I''_;.'ij' ,' .;. ; stateauthorities have asked the V* ,Make' 'Your :Drive Now' )
_,_ _ .. _, ,-.: :-T-t.: .... American Legion Ito bring the act: to ?
!t 1 JOWBTOCEAN 811JD1EJtBAm: ,;' t the attention of it* memben"tn order I f.: .., ,. );

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'% THE. KI8SJMMK&VAUJCT/ ,GAZETTE., ,FRIDAY;JULY.21.; tIn ..... >! ,

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I tee.astheir: physical ailments Theyare q

\ not suffering from-the'lack< .f 'N ;

TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK I I nourishing.food-nor;for the lack Of ; ;
:care and attention everything of that F

.., sort is looked'after. .What they need I' .\1'"I"; ( .
t,. 'By :THORN 4 I'.and crave Is for a bit'of variety "j.t ...

; :, .. ,. I.u j words from a neW vote that can tell .. \ .
something smiles from Ups that are '

"TAl One' AILIapos+ ,Question Most 'Be,A'Lulapaiooeer different from those ,seen every day; :
cigarettesTheyanCOODt
the twinkle of that ,
O/i. Why is, a traffic-rule t The Tarpon Springs Leader of last eyes may carry
without words the
... .- *. *. announced In 162 sympathy mere ;
: I Due Friday precisely .sight of a dress of different color and
Mussed Himself All Up places that Miss Lula Bett was soon design from those which constantly

:4! '.. r rF6) I Young fellow: In --Tampa, nineteen to arrive in that village I don't know hover over the sick bed or the convalescing -

years old, tried to commit suicide !be- the young woman-or mebbe she's an chair; a step more elastic than

cause' hi. wife left 111m."-...He didn't old woman-but it is a sure thing that !those heard as the home folks travel ...

know when he was well off. The time Lula was the' Leader's'onebeat belt. about the house; a flower that may

to' have practised on suiciding was .* seem to shed a little more fragrance
3"
P'J when she came. back Yassum.. Not Such 'A Big 'Load I than those picked from the yard.,

xr *. A dispatch says that a shop in There should be.a greater desire to
R11 You Say It, Annie V Saint Petersburg s'. handling women's I call upon those who are lonesome '

"Senator Park Trammell leads fight !garments! was robbed recently of than upon those who are able to attend

r for lowly peanut/'-Nowsitem. And dresses, blouses"and skirts, all of.the I all the clubs and societies. These 'IO :
highest Loss estimated
' a don't !t-vve the heart to say any quality at. people are not in need of physical .
$400. That that dress
__ tthing( 'whichjwouldjev nhmt; at any means one one I gifts-what iheylongforJs to_have
skirt -
elm'j' one's"being "peanut polit cian." I ,-and one blouseweremissingthe. someone call for at least few minutes _
next morning. Us girls know the selling
.. sorter reckon not : and by so doing temporarily ban w
'
*. price of such stuff dcn't ve? I ish that lonesomeness Little-effort

Sometime Again Perhaps Coast Affects Him I would be needed to thus devote a few
And Now-Prof in Farming "German chip held-at Jacksonville. East hours each week to these calls--and IOWA WIL 'SEND.MANY
Editor J. H. Benjamin of the Ocala
the self-satisfaction the of
Dispatch,. Well,- what is there to Star is touring the east'coast and upon part New Orleans.'_ Several .thousand
the visitor' would richnessto
bring
Without the ] that?. This country had a habit some telling ,soma monstrous tales regard- great Iowa Legionnaires will 'come to the P
Drudgery the heart.,, Every such visit would
K- jMJM ago of holding German ships alt the
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l ing present as well ad the pa.t.Last treasured by the ill so long a.'life national American Legion convention -

along, the Atlantic coast.They're . week he recalled how, years -ago, lasts-and there are some who will next October .in five";special
FORDSON makes more productive * *. when ho and othere were at the ocean
-. power soon lay down the burden of life. trains according to. a representativeof
seed beds and the tractor does its work so Mighty FineThe" beach, they would find a turtle hurrying -1 There are those in this city whose the Iowa department, who visited ,
Lakeland Telegram tells about away from the eggs she had ailment will bring New-Orleans to make arnrangements
slightest a
rapidly that farm drudgery jis passing. Expenses someone In that village having "a love. deposited and how "a half-dozen of 'sympathizer-and it is fortunate many that for.parking fifty-seven Pullman cars

s. are reduced. Better crops are. grown. ly chicken dinner but it says nothing the men would jump on her back and I this; is true. But there are some who In which the Iowans will live ,while in
I k "
\ ( about what 'those lovely chick' be carried into! the wave.I"! Merelya ares just as deserving just as good the southern, city,' ,
For the job of plowing tough or sticky ens" had to eat Still, in affairs of half-dozen don't you know! Mere just as womanfied; women who have "

:- soils Fordson farmersuse the'OLIVER'DISCPLOW that sort the memorabilia is a darn- ly one turtle"scurrymg over the sand in the years that have passed had as WOULD FORGET.THE PAST- ;
:
r site better than the menu. with nine hundred pounds on her backlThat's !
d
and hive had
,
I I high aspirations hopes; St Paul.. .Disabled vnr veterans
and do the work easily and well. The *. *. all. Nine hundred pounds. And just as many dreams of what the future . P'
who have taken homesteads''on
a
'thoroughness of its work has made this plow Probably On Ills Vacation still some folks say that the east coast was to bring and have possessed up
C; Eighty-one thousand six hundredand Is so dry that they have to sprinklethe ; 8,600 acre tract of- land in Minnesota
I health- and all that went with it.
j standard with the Fordson. visited Yellowstone have refusedto accept the government's i'
equipment fifty-one tourists the east coast canal to keep down These of
because perhaps many rea-
suggestion that the various
Penetration in the.toughest soils is j assuredby NeWfcitem.. National. Doubtless: Park during that extra 1921. the dust! Poor* old* jhb.* Amen sons, have not been blessed with the plots be named for the l1'8.t. battles ;
culmination of all their and
,; ,; the design of the plow which throws its "one" all by his lonely' in the final MAN\ LOVELY MAN because of illness against hopes which, no of-ailments the world are war.sufficient-"Our wounds remind and us

weight to the cutting edge of the discs where count was a fellow who had the good one can forestall, and because of the of experiences they '
;it sense to leave his ,lifet home. Verily, verily I say unto you that have little our say.

i they enter the ground. This penetration is *. ... That the heart of a man years more heavily upon passed them bearing need a new ,
Is likened in most instances c
That Is, Inside The City and it fa'for these
soils. companionships
varied for different By simply
; easily It was so quiet over all Kissimmee To a sightseeing automobile that thewomen blessed with health '

I. turning a crank screw, the penetrating power Tuesday evening that when I stepped For as each corner is passedThere's and free f ronV cares should have a Tor y'our Summ't w
on a buck cockroach In the "bacfc-of- always room for one more!
decreased. .
t is increased or And the heart of a woman thought.It ,
ftyrt>n the concrete floor the explo- requires less gasoline to drive a J1zcalion. :
mouldboard ef- "STon loud that I feared I'd be Is ditto and ditto and ditto. '
give was so
;: Improved scrapers a half-mile, or a mile, to the homes
I But the heart of man
" well seed bed arrested for discharging fire arms a where the III ate yearning for a bit "
They leave a pulverized
feet
Undergoes changes- ,
s. within the city. Then b' heck, I'd many of variety than it does to run to a $
and cover all trash.To been fo'ced to get out a restrainingorder. While woman'em continues to believeIn lakeside picnic. The picnic is but a ''JctSbYfe"
Amen. getting young
countless like affain-
of
,: farm the new way means so small an investment *. *. *'" And then training 'em right. I the repetition brief visit to the ill would be a

that it is within easy reach of every farmer. Come in and This IB Very Clever But as!'! the years pass along. I revelation of what a great amount of iC <( '

,_ see the Fordaoh and the OLIVER SPECIAL Disc GANG Says an editorial in the Orlando As!' if on Wings of lightest the gauze happiness a simple act will carry to Brazes Alo .
Man less for youthful I
and will decide be Ford- Star Reporter; cares! that is tired and the mind ,
for the Fordson, you, too, to a Whnse Kiddy the heart I kI
World's oldest man dies at 134. ways are '
that is wearied by sameness and alack
I a
eon farmer. News head. Reads like ten reels And who perpetually continueIn'tellinK I of variety. '

, OSCEOLA MOT OR COMPANY and a comedy; show a trigle long. all they know; I Wouldn't it be a bit better to look ( EDUCED
He shows marked preferenceFor
I"ineencherkno. fine. Yet Ill
; I little closer after those who need
a
S AUTHORIZED DEALERS' confess that I dent seethe joke. those to whom experience \ ( "
railroad hotelBest l
I a kind word now and then"and a gracious .tui ?
While it is fair to that the Has given general knowledgeThat .
g A e.mp/.l. Ii_ of Standard Fordfon Equipment It have presume been the least said and hintedIs smile and a little companionshipby \ : '
reels"
"ten must enjoyed
of variety than it would be to ATES ,",
-a.III. A. ., afPotemr Farming"H.oJ. or'.r. way
k 1t r ,' before the eighteenth amendment was the most easily mended; I devote time and energy to consideringhow V,1 :

..., i' vaccinated into the constitution, where For woman, like rare old wine,, to tame the wild women; of the ,

" I'm stuck is about that "trigle long/' Is the richer when aged. Windward islands? How much bet- "'''M!'",,,,_,?
And who it who wanted to "show Thus it is now known
was ter would it be to use a little gasoline
a trifle long?'' The ol<* man "at That by careful analysisA in carrying out for Dathfngl3eaches:
134 T' Let's have an emphatic elu- maiden of sixteen-ness confine ;
r's some woman who has been FloridaCHAMBEIHCOMMERCE 4:
silliness m
cidation. And of sweetness and :
home weeks not suffer-
at for
many x
r. BUILT BY ONE MAN *. *. Resembles lady's fingers a luncheonOf and spongecake ing for necessaries: but yearning for I ''.
;
4.. CHURCH By Way Of InformationThe variety-than try to break records going -
While mild and clever
Bartow Record "The most a matron. li'
sr.ya to some bathing beach I ZtlenUinj/iJiMN-M-AppdJi:
famojs dialogue in.all-history is that Carrying herself becomingly.. The world can be made the kindlier -

recorded in the sixteenth chapter of Resembles by careful comparisonA if those who are able will care to
IF Numbers, between the ass and Balaam. slid meal of flied; oysters make it
t will be remembered the had A T-bone steak medium done, so. c
Aa ass "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto '
b.q much the better of the argument:' Some fried chicken shrimp salad,
one of the least of, these, my brethren
Black (fee cheese and mince pie
Something or somebody must have $ '
have done it unto Me.
mislaid the memory of-Record-man And a glass of that fluid ye lie. '* lie 1 BROADWAY c'ARAGEDOZIER'

::1 .. -because the dialog to which he' re* That has proved an abominationIn "
v fern does not occur in the sixteenth the eyes of those great men- A BELATED, NOTICE" 1 . ''r

chapter of'Numbers but in the twen- Messrs. Bryan Volstead Company; Wayne ''Thomas', whose genial smile .A, ,, LAWRENCESGeneral .; , .: ,
'. of that book As And though an hungry man ; ,
,I): ty-second chapter ; Always brightens any gathering, -
. soon as the Record moves into its new May have eaten his fill And T/ho has-warm newspaper; friendsIn ,
'
",: ,,) block it is to be hoped that the neigh- Of these 'delicious viands dulled . every county in'the state r I1'A i 1'
Shall his appetite be ;
bore will get up a bible shower -so .' Has recently seen fit ,
TQ.o that extent as to> forbid .- '! ...,' "
,
Gall be the > '
that 'even Binkley If'IIi"'f"
may To "take unto himself a wife.. \ = ''t: :t. '. '
better posted matters scripturaL His enjoying another meal?' '
on
it
But somehow
happened "
I Prompt"Servlte
, ,: It U said'that'the wonderful cathedral of Europe were constructedby . Verily. I say it should not! That in his spirit of economy, .
the laymen and skilled workers of the church. L. D. Cornuelle. formerly Here's a SuggestionThe Man pays tribute to woman Contemplating later expenditures. '

',- a Cincinnati man built this elaborate edifice single-handed filling the proprietor of the new local ice i And likens her to a rose He failed to forward to me Reliable! ; Work:
He worked from pencil sketch is and beggingfor Just unfolding' its petals; .
' role of architect, mason and carpenter a cream plant yearning One of the epbrstsedannouncementsWhich .' ,'" ..
only and finished the work in a year and eight months. The church a suitable and euphonious title But the real fragrance comes were to'the effect that ;

stands at Sierra Madre, California\and\ ncitlt in the foothills back of for his product, and I would suggest When those petals inhales are the preservedAnd aroma- Miss Dorothy Durand, of Toronto, w '" '3..

!' the little tow*. "KISSIKREME." How nicely wouldit And he memory is fickle onlyWhenthethfivmg Had left her old hometown Experienced ,in 'all i makes
into little advertising stunts I
; weave And, under gne title_ '
.... tIoWwellwoutcrnpllyup11lva1'tOUllways roscbush- of carsr,
-- --- - - Would commence superintendingThe we can: pronSise
y"t OF STRAWBERRIES NEW POSTMASTER TAKES The manufacturer and the Is allowed to wither and die wild wanderings of Wayne. that 'out
SPEAKING turned
From lack of attention. every Job $
.. POSSESSION OF OFFICE public generally could pull off things Yassum, Consequently, because, and therefore !
(r (Continued from Pace One) like this: I thank (Lacking the aforesaid data) will ,be satisfactory, 'Try
of Kissimmee 'toward bringing" Miss Katherine Derbyshire on Sat- you I'm unable to state definitely '
j men .
* once
IT'S A DREAM to whatwe
w us prove' ? '
i'Y farm and the
about increased acreage of urday evening relinquished posi- KISSIKREME!' A LITTLE SERMONETTE When Wayne's meal ticket
w garden products means that their support tion of acting postmaster which she Began getting a double punch; say. J

", will be forthcoming in solving has acceptably filled for some months Or try this one: "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto But I feel confident '

i' some.of the production problems .as -and the newly-appointed postmaster one of the least of these, my brethren That the date was act< recent Gasoline and Oil Service r
well as the market difficulties. ,- Miss Rhea Pherigo Was duly KISSIKREME ,- ye have done it unto Me." That. "Dear Hubby" is still "mushy." ;

."Their action In calling together for. "checked in" and at once assumed her IT'S SUPREME! That is a little text particularly applicable And, seriously, I would prophesy Prices, Moderate.for I ,the

',' a friendly counsel and.get-acquainted duties. No other change has been to all of us. Hardly a day That he'll remain that way Best Work "

... gathering this meeting is, indeed made in the office-with the excep- Here's one.that might be used: passes free from an opportunity to do For a long time. . . ":.. .
\, commendable, and deserves the unselfish tion that C. C. Collins, who has been THINGS ARE ALWAYS some good deed for someone; some Here are mv congratulations. "r r "

I applause of every citizen of the looking after general details in the WHAT THEY SEEM thing to add happiness to the suffering And that's that

county. way of checking over accounts for the WHEN THEY DISH OUT !and the distressed; .something requir- Yassum. BroadW g
I! :' tWe trust that the sister city of past several years has left the city KISSIKREME! ing but little effort yet productive .of I thank ycu. y t

a / Saint Cloud will adopt a similar program going, it is understood to Tampa. results that will-gladden a hearty .

.".' Thus working in co..o!>"ration, : CHAPTER HOUSE CLOSES There are plenty more where these There are in Kissimmee and in the 666 quickly relieves Colds, Constipation 501 'roadway' .
with the farmers of the county. doing came from-but what's the use? vicinity several women confined to Headache r,
j -- Biliousness and A e
their share vie can conceive of no" obstacle The Chaper House has closed until Rogers'll never pay me anything for their homes by reason of illness. Pos- 8 -2" ( '

.; that..would hinder success. the first of September, find Mrs. these I sibly their mental suffering !is as se- Fine Tonic. r ,

!'t During the evening there was a con- Elizabeth'Sanborn is having a leisure *. t
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tinual service of cigars cigareU1 r--- ---- -- '
time the afternoons of Why Put On'Dog?
.-1 iced tea, and ice cream- except on TIER! fRAFaE,4e?1T AL ''
sandwiches For the sake of consuming
donation from the :Tuesday and Friday. On those after apace s r? R 7in t RED 14 'flu PAC*.'Ntt bouLDN'f'',
;,' the latter being a noons Mrs. Sanburn will be at the library regardless if common sense, many ROME RVN"TH WAY. IT WILL
newly-established plant of the Sanitary for the purpose of allowing exchanges writers pad out program of concerts 'Ntlfx'f aADU' j' .

.1- DairyCompany; and a vote of of books and such other details with a lot of namesno ,one cares F . "
<
; thanks was extended to Lee Rogers, as may be needed. about. Fv'rinst: look at this taken froman SWEET ,.
'", as well 'as to the Graystone manager exchange a few days ago precisely -. o U,,

., for her courtesy in tendering the use VISITING IN INDIANA as it appeared: ...
of the hotel. ) For the evening the program HOME

Mrs. Lenora Cowger and her son, was as follows: March Pasadena .
SHOTS BRING DEATH John Cowger were in from Saint Day Vessellaf overturns Orpheus ( 'TRATa ,

.. (Continued from. Page One) Cloud on Saturday looking ,after their (Offenbach, ); Serenate (Schu- '" LO6ICCAOUOH /

-and he hastened to the spot only to property on Brack forapoints ,bert';' selection. from II Trova--
Monday l4J's. Cowger left tore (Verdi);. .march Coronation PCX PA-.
find the dead and so pronounced
man in Indiana, where. she will spend the (Meyerbeer; overturn) William -IN
him.
i, summer nth friends.CROSSSTATE Tell (Rossinni) selection. Reminiscences
__. The families of both men at Orange ;
of Scotland .
(Godfrey)
.
Center were notified and as swiftlyas ROAD IMPROVINGJ. .
the car could bring Mrs. Rinehardtand Wouldn't the following' been much .. .. '' r
her relatives'they carte to'xKis- G. Henderson of the Osceola Tur- better' : H."f f

slmmee; while Mrs. Ivey went directly pentine Company of Deer Park, waslooking March )Pasadena Day; Overture- 1) '..!,''>t'
to the Orlando hospital to be with after buslnesa matters in Kis Orph. U.;' Serena: ta; Selections from -
: '
her husband. Dr.r Brinson had made simmee,on Saturday.In, speaking .of It' 'Trovatrire; .March-Coronation; 1TLL'r "

,r ,3v the tripp with the wounded m_ and the condition of the highway .from J'turwnham Tellr: Selection* 4y..a.L + 04; {N1R't 'A' COT 'rR ." ,.
.
Reminiscences Scotland.
three Deer Park westward Mr Henderson
until about
remained with him 1 MOQ61r''ntAT,, I
o'clock"Monday afternoon 'when he stated that' it was in good shape as Following along the'same lines a.the'paddiat .. ."
MAN fClifft
returned"-home, only: to learn that his a whole; there were a couple of milesor (and about half the time CATCt t "

patient. had died &Tx>ut. three-thirty.: so not.yet paved, but they -were not those'' names are wrongly'spelled) ,,. 1 JtK'f 8RAK1 NK'rea'r'

The body was brought to Kissimmeethat extremely bad and the large pumber why not add a few lines. regarding the ut

the coroner's jury might 'view of cars mak3 between Kissimmee luncheon like this: .1
remains and make verdict-upon and Melbourne each day weremeetingdifficultiesjuststowonlyjn "Delicious',refreshments: were'- erv'' (: ,
the
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7iotfi bodies:t the one lttlng'ljr;; -

.. We Brevard county. ., Foundry 'sliced tongue-City r". .\ ., ,
'" f'if :you hav roomi to'rent."a. small "' ' Market)r cheese -- ;(Cnt-Rate Grocery y ; ,;
advertisement.'tit"OU*cJulifted "columns 'There; is ;only.-on. "'way to have' a ); 'gua.va- ';'JeJly_(home-made); pil. T 4. j .

will fill them. ? ,48-tf. good fall garden,-and that'is to start cream puffs-(Siuutary-Bakery);.j f Ice m 30.n

before'fall..Now.Is accepted time.: Jea-.Taylor. _' System,, .Stores)tri Ice _:.r :,..'i.,
.fv:Fom.}Rant='Nicely"furnished::flat, The most successful pouHrymen in the cream-(Central Drug Store*. (. ,' i

.with fireplace; three rooms:and. bath state'are those,who learn the secret 1, Bnakes' ,elbows! Wouldn't that. i l wr irkll
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p'' ':fI'..B,' Harris. Gazette office." 44-tft ,.,'Of'.$ eepm.,. their hens at,'work.v .' stor f.tuf_ bt-rwild winner, I H , e '" r ,\ .
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FOUR THE KISSIMMEE PALLET. GAZETTE.; FRIDAY; JULY Iii; 1122, i
v T .

.
PREPARING FOR PERMANENT PROS RtTY'NUMER'OUS *
KISSIMMEE: VALLEY GAZETTE ,
RUNS HITS AND ERRORS ')//oj..
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counties in Florida are showing spiritof -
BVtfRT FRIDAY "
4 PUBLfSHBD 7f
BT, THE KIBSIMMEB VALLEY QAZBTTH COMPANY progress that is most pleasing-and it is a foregone Captain Grant' .. r'' .

KJB8IMMKE.: FLORIDA conclusion that the state as a whole will heel, a won SUCCESS ..W
derful Increase in population long\1efore\ the ,l H4xt.federal 1 (Bob Grant) THE Of' THE ;(
HARRIS, President i ij
W. B. E, 0. VANS AGNEW, Secretary. census shall be commenced. Such a result cannot /ail- Wonder' who' the man was who sent

W. I* THORNDTKH. EditoreusSCMiPTION always provided that the precise truth shall be told in all the telegram from Avon Park that /

the advertising done. ,. we were afraid to play them again

One Copy. One Year.-__-...._.._.RATK9,.._..-._.___........_.,100- -' Low taxes are not too frequently the result of one of two' Also Vie, have wonder cutscored what.he has them to say'in now three T Merchants and Partners Bank
P One Copy Six Month__................?....-...-..-., reasons: either there la a spirit of nonprogress in th* locality .
One Copy. Three Month*__.-.._________________.______ .r-O games, 14 to 5. .
or the governmental officials fear they will be de- ,--

: Entered. at the Poetofflce at KlMlmmee Florida.,, ". feated in the following election., A newcomer would prefer The Avon Park Pilot says that we '
.'. ?.. ......nd-da.* matter.) had their battery working ,for us OF KISSIMMEE ,
-: .
that there should, be a' higher millage always providedthat against Lo ghman'on the Fourth. .

AH communication must except be signed from by aiithorUed lee writer.correspondent there were some real result\ gained by the"expendi- Wonder how they get that way? In ", ,;

Rejected matter will be returned If called fur.Forttm ture of the funds. the first lace, we did not have them, is air assured fact. ,
Sumter county has been but little heard of for a score and in the second place we did not .1

Ad .rtl.ln, R THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION ''
in the background and showing small desire to .
have any visitors who might, possibly, purchase ,and loCate Tony Rotunda, alias Tony the Wop -' A LOCAL--INS 'iTV 'ION-'---; r - 1
and
: FRIDAY JULY 21. 1922 played center field in Avon Park
.' From this time hence it will be much heard of and ;
'. ., .. singled to the left in the seventh with OFFICERED BY LOCAL MEN .
much talked hbout.It has awakened.to thela&tbat.peo-_ t.he-baae.- IIe-is-a-mighty: -useful- ,

GOVERNOR FAVORS REAPPORTIONMENT pi e go only where they are invited.! A. -wILor, a county kid to have around even it someonein .

is'like a mercantile establishment' ;;unless shall advertise Sanford did ask !if he was the bat- ,

9 GOVERNOR ,Cary Hardee l is a much-admired state the advantages to be gained those only' will visit bly. Able and willing accommodate .

;* head--even though some of his actions are criticised by and patronize it who literally "forced to do
are so. Pitching averages including games its to extent in ;
J , some of hU constituents. No official-not even the head The ,county commissioners of Sumter have declared in played Wednesday: patrons any

elf the state-can please all people all the time; but itmay their budget that a two mill levy shall be made for pub Per- keeping with safe .... ,i

j., be safely asserted that the majority approve of him. licity and the Chamber of Commerce, and a one-half mill Player Moseley __________Won. 1 Lost 0 1000 cent banking .

t S lie should feel proud of that fact. I levy has been made for home demonstration work. This Young _____________ 9 1 .900 , 4'

makes it very easy to keep up the latter needed work Pen _____,________10 8 .769 Tie. "

f division without robbing the publicity fund-which was never' intended McLean ______..____2 1 .6(56 I
Clements _________ 1' 1 .500 'i
to carry on that branch which has been so successfully -

-I l ment of the requirements of the state constitution than' put over in Osceola county and has paid for itself My chief worry in outside towns is 3a:

rF 1 for any other reason. It answers the same purpose as the i many times over. That county will build roads to the ex- bring to oonvin the :Inhabitakitfi
fs of of that all and ---- -- - -- ':
threat of the mother who ignorant the process tent of $136,000 commencing at an early date, and it is I we are not paid players
children in the correct manner: "Percy, that every boy on the roster is a Kis
bringing up claimed these roads will have a tendency to retain visitors I
simmee believeit.
., come right into the house this moment 1 Don't play in that who are called through! the proper functioning of the publicity Think boy.we had They better Simply take wont birth cer- I THE WATCHER I

k mud any longer! Do you hear! If you don't mind me I fund. The last census gave Sumter county a popu- tificates in the bat bag after this. S&feNew

hall tell fatherjwhen he comes home--and you'llcatch .
your lation of and the
7,851, Dunhnell countyseat, a population The old "23" must have been the
it!" doesn't come in mother doesn'ttell i War
?
Percy ; of 1,205. I hoodoo in that first game with the Who Started The
father; Percy doesn't catch it; and the incident is closed The budget of Palm Beach county reaches a total of II I| Pals. We were trying to make it our Who started the.war? the wise ones Suwannee county the past season

-until next time. i 23d win, but no luck. asked, has shipped 1134 cars of watermelonsall
53 mills-which will be increased by the state tax to an i
the of
And then with air a martyr,
y In his recent talk In Tampa the governor referred to I Roberson hit a clean single to rightin at fair prices, and some at extra -
amount closely totaling 64 mills. Of this only one mill The German arose, and looking wise, good
the
first thrown figures.
but out All
this matter saying that he opposed it most emphaticallyas has been set aside for "county publicity"-.-but this will j at first by game Peters That was sort of rob- Declared that it; was a self-starter.. brought money back into the shipments county.

a fundamental proposition. lie did not believe congress bring out $10,851.06--while for "agricultural encourage-I bery hurts, doesn't it, Fanny At The Reaches I The largest melon consumed at home
would grant an application for state division in the absence ment" there I -- weighed 68!% pounds which drew
u will be a fund $5.425,53-thill latter being for In[ !spite of all the scripture teachings, a
The series with the Palls
,,, of any urgent necessity, and does not believe the the use of the county agent. j as well have never been playel.might Nobody just- In[ spite of all the parson preaches premium for of the a sack of flour by a merchant -

people should ask for it. Other states, he said have just Florida counties are learning that honest? publicity is knows which is the best team. Some people go to summer beachesTo him. largest one brought .

I as many problems and as many conflicting interests as best for the business section of each city. But the four games sure did supplythe rest their weary brains. ..-4 ".
has Florida, yet they hang together in spite of them. fans with plenty of excitementand They go a-fishing in a dory; Bartow hcs engaged a new secre-

C Governor Hardee.stated that he was not opposing capital CHAMBER OF COIMERCEIEEDS: NEW :MEMBERS lots to talk about. Unheeded Forgotten is is the the old Sabbath's, old story glory, George tary for II its, Clements Chamber of of Jacksonvillewho Commerce--

f removal. Nor is anyone else-at this time. None are Robinson, of the Pals, can go back They're bound with error's chains: has already taken up the work.--

fighting the proposition--nor will they until there is EVERY .man in Kissimmve should be a member of' and get long drives just about as

at least a faint, even a very faint belief that those urging the Chamber of Commerce-and every farmer and well as anybody we know. He cut few The weeks Fire DepartmentA the Lake House Sarasota has bonded itself to builda

t- such action! can get together upon a new locality grower within a considernble distance of the city should down sure triples in both pnmeo. was found to be ago on fire atone o'clockin ing$75,000 seven pier hundred forty feet feet into wide the extend.sea..

k favored by the needed majority; and even the proponents likewise be a member of that' body. Clermont, Lake Palatka got the breaks in the first; the morning. All of the firemen The entire pier is to be strongly il

of the various sites have lost hope upon securing such county, the population of which is but> 552 including every Kiisimmee!' got them in the second. were at home asleep when the conflagration luminated -
screecher called them 1 to:
,unanimity.It man, woman, child and infant, has. two hundred These two teams are so evenly
Iti : matched that whoever gets the breaksis action. A quick run was made and I In four months the poultry association .
was in his talk regarding reapportionment that the members of that town's Chamber of Commerce. Kissimmee almost sure to win. when they arrived on the scene the I at Plant City increased from

governor sidestepped. lie said: with a population of 3282, and a close-by populationof big t wood building was a roaring furnace i eleven to a membership of fifty-three
The fielding of the locals in the sec in the second story and attic, I 1 ,
at least six hundred more, has less than eighty active I representing more than eight thou-
,- The crux-of the situation causing so much dissatisfaction members of the Chamber of Commerce.. There shouldbe ond game was high class. Prather and and rapidly spreading, At first .sand head of poultry. 1
z is really the need for a proper reapportionment Roberson stood out above the others. glance it seemed impossible to sal. I ;
r of representation in the two houses of the state fully five hundred active members of this body. "Fanny" was right in there all after- vage any part of the famous hotel, "ENJOYED WORKING FOR IT"' ,
noon and cut down seteral likely- for it was built of unturpentined pine '
legislature the present apportionment being basedon EVIDENTLY the 'unions throughout the country looking hits. and had been seasoning in the Floridasun From one of the recipients of the a
the constitution as adopted in 1885 when the bulk for thirty-eight year ,Right cash prizes offered by The Valley Gazette i
, of the population was in what is now known as West have been too busy In blacking all transportation of theUnited Perz deserves a lot of credit for then in the rush and hurry of a critical in the recently-closed contest

::4 Florida.. The present constitution contains a pro- States to pass any condemnatory resolutions working in both games. He held the fire our men showed their science has been received 'the following acknowledgment -
regarding the awful outrages in Illinois--nnd matters Pals to one run in seventeen inningsin and skill. In an incredibly short time : J
rJ vision 'reapportionment every ten years ac- which have followed in quick succession. If that state Palatka and to six runs in two full the fire was under and the "Gentlemen: .I take this means in a"
; '
cording to population but with the idea of keepingthe games here. That is seven runs inthirtyrflve fire fiend controll?s belated thanking you for the check received.
does itself of the allowed to be. brought ,
number bf legislators fixed. This would mean not purge stigma rounds. mention is to call attention to the It was A pleasant surprise and, I enjoyed :

".'0 'that, Ineorder'to'give growing counties additional upon it by the inactivities. of its officials no word should without real worth our city has in her five de ,working for it.. ''+
We used our own team, any ''
representation, ,some, of the other 'counties would ever be printed in Chicago papers of the'outrages taking outside help and got an even break. partment. Every owner of a house, "Yours truly .
place In the south-none of which have been so awfulas or store should visit the picturesqueold (Signed) l '
,have to,be.cut down in voting strength. Legislators The' Pals are all paid players and do "MRS. JOHN ERICKSON." '
Orlando and .
ruin' street see 1
the conditions in the southern of that state. on
portion else ball. Sometimes
nothing but play
.
dO not feel like: facing the storm of protest they what real live bunch of
himself
for a .
.
do that well and then sometimes ,,. ....
because they
In ,fact, those crimes were preventable- it was WELL-KNOWN JUDGE bEAD
done that he '
home to cut firemen. do. Having
would.neate.at ,by deliberately voting can .
don't. It is ,
they an even '
money prop-
-
'down their own representation, and that is- why the'reapportionment known that- 'the program had been prepared., ., osition., Shut your e,... and take your should stand back of the for fire laddies. Judge. Minor' S. Jones, 'among .ther ,. ,_ ;
whenever they apply new appliances
"
IMU been and the best-known circuit'
never given representation choice. s judges ever of. ;
SPLENDID in the amount of excellent material It to' perfect their equipment.They ficfating in Florida died ,
now..o balance West yesterdayat
++ !.is out of giving real asset to city and
'That double Roberson to Lesley are a our
play "
contained the Mid-Summer Number of the Florida Grower his home n..rltu8VlIl...
tAt one
Florida and'Some, of the counties of North Florida 'to Duke was so fast It was hard to should be given every encouragementIn ."
< 'at time-Judge Jones a1
published Tampa by Edgar A. Wright and Frank their presided ever .
'In South work. -
an"undu.advantage: voting power over, follow. which .
(, large district of Osceola county .
Whitman, wan a credit to the entire state.Always of high
:.'., j t Florida., ,_ class, this special number teemed with more good things Keep supporting the ball club as "Pull For The Shore" familiar was a to part all and the his older name residents.hat been

'4, f I" :'Admittedly,'then, there are many voter in the state than usual, and there was given opportunity for many all did in the Palatka series and we 'Tis past the middle of July and the "
will be able to arrange another coupleof time for the annual exodus to the seashore .
believe their representatives should violate oaths of
;who
.' progressive cities and counties to secure publicity in this games with them. Lots of the fans has come. The folks have packed They are going to kick like .a Kicka-
:s. ,ofdc'wIth': '' impunity time after time; would prefer edition, which circulated in all states to extent of Many want to see the series settled one way their heavy underwear and religionIn poo Indian, the sky will be the limitof

,. ..: those men should1 be-cackling goslings year after year thousands. A heavy excess circulation was guaranteedby or the other. mothballs and left them behind in things and everything goe.s, and
.
tr for political! preferment rather than become swians the publishers, and Kissimmee secured a nice announcement Don't forget next week's games! hope of a happy reunion later on. the 're going to wear lust as few
...,..n If tho dMthiiongtahniild follow the carrying nut. .They ha te.J.aken_the woolly do along dud* as the seagulls will stand- for
:-'- L. in its-columns which-should-bring many in-* Avon Park here Tuesday;; Eustis here sent Tommy out to Aunt Send -
ut They have also
'of their'oathsl'q squawking.
C .' quiries. Thursday. na's beyond Shingle Creek where he given the key to the next door neigh-
J.Governor.Hardee need only insist that the constltnV can fish all he wants to-and be out her so she can look after things and .

? "to tion:of the state! be adhered to in order to bring oboiti NOW that the postal department is anxious that APALACHICOLANS DELAYED of the way. They have also notified keep their big assortment of ferns,,

r, 1.i reapportionment. The people of the southern portion'f every city should own its own postoffice upon which IN "KNOCKING ON WOOD"Hailing the milkman and iceman not to call and when they return, they lr
until further will
r u -:'f of Florida+ and some of those in more northern portions rent would not have to be paid it might be hinted that from Saint Cloud or Kis again notified a good old-fashioned notice. They'vealso con. | give her their a seashell that sertves.they

may not be strong enough to carry the amendment regardingthe for a long time the government has owned a splendidsite simmee W. H. Wood came to Apalach-. science to hush up and quit yipping, picked When they up return home very they bwn will tell
a enforcement of reapportionment. Ii' that icola, and representing that he was an for they are out for a good time the
for its office in Kissimmee. All that is needed Is experienced hotel the trustees us all about what a glorious time they
'ease'th.. governor' may declare if he so chooses, that for the government to get busy and erect a building of the property leased man,to the Canuckthe next three weeks and don't want to had; how it couldn't have been more
''theribeing Insufficient of the measure the hear anything from it during that perfect without being fatal. "But d'ye .
fi support Wood flew the
that will be a credit to the city twenty years from now. Franklin. Thursday time. They have out to the know and
matter'may' be dropped-and he would be wholly within leaving behind him various and gone open that neighbor of ours went
The postal department is no more anxious for such a coop sea, open sky open everything let our maidenhair fern die? Huhl"
';.h .dehts by so doing. On the other hand, if the'amendment" building than are the people of Kissimmee. sundry unpaid bills. his R -
One merchant managed to get
fails to the insist
carry governor may
the life
by threats to
that the legialative''body SHALL abide by the constitjjMonjmdarrange AFTER all. Ireland has nothing on Illinois. Anyone out money of the aforesaid Wood Learning 4

.-..; the_ reapportjonment before! hq will who chose comfort and sought safety would rather-re- that Wbod was skipping the town other '

'ti. 'pay.any regard to the desires of that body. And in this side in dear green ould Ireland than in Williamson county parties had a race to catch the tram Stationery Out Of The OrdinaryOften
at the Y, arriving at the Y as the
1'a. ,,respect' the governor would be wholly within his 'right. Illinois, where a wild and weird and brutal camerad- train pulled out. Wood saw the auto-

because he?too, swore when he took office that he erie makes the brutes more brutal than the chimpanzeesof mobile coming and he hid his ugly car-

t ",would maintain every article in the constitution of The southern climes. The state should fence off' that cass on the opposite side of the train the careful businessman

,, ;Great .State .of Florida. county, pay the owners of the mines for all their investments fearing that he would be seen. Wood or the professional man
IfGovernor Hardee favors reapportionment and escaped and his creditors who took desires to use for hit personal)
and then let the -
wild-eyed whangloodles work out
the Y prved of the -
the ride to we-e
better
i correspondence something
> every "citizen in. the state has Implicit belief in his own their salvation.t'CI1AMELEONS. -.
"I own pleasure of pulling him from the train ; 7 than .
"e -'" ,e.sel'tion-he can bring! it about in his own shrewd and and locking him behind the bars' as a common-and good :'sta ." t
tionery i il always in taite. 'The
; careful manner. dead beat.
A : are entirely insectivorous and in
4, And that action will beblessed by all future genera- 'be fed The Times was stung for $42.00. drawback in the past has'Been
? captivity on meal worms and flies a
t\ may' says How much did you lose' Come now, that the price were too often
bona.e
government bulletin. Also, adds the bulletin: "Where teas up. DO you blame us for knockingon prohibitive-so the uie of the
: cockroaches are a pest chameleons may prove helpful Wood -ApAlachicola Times. I
,\ A HUSTLING LAKE COUNTY TOWN common every-day sort.of correspondence -
In reducing their number. As chameleons are not ex-
paper has been
tCOMMENCING pensive the introduction into Florida of about seven millions JACKSONVILLE.POLICE ,
last week the little town of Clermont. continued from day to day
SHOULD BE ENJOINEDJacksonville
4 tin Lake, county, offers to all comers through the period of them, fairly well scattered- would appear to be a ? from month to month from e

t -of: three months free band concerts and free motion very business-like action. Possibly also these little The campaign the ::: year to

I :.J>;" ,:pictures, every Saturday' evening. This has been accom- things might be trained to eat ,cattle-ticks. Jacksonville police against motorists' year. iI
after dark., without
iA -' ., ., i-pllsbed through ,subscriptions by all business men in I driving lights resulted in the proper of HERE IS SOMETHING I
appearance DIFFERENTPut
,that ,town, 'as-: they recognized that many would corn: BECAUSE the former owner of the Largo Sentinel 33 persons in municipal court Sat- ,

,from M)il nee-e'\'eD': passing through other towns- failed to settle his electricity bill before he lit out of' the : urday morning. :They were arrested up in cleverly contrived cartoni. We are showing tome of

,,i -f In orderto listen ,to the .lI.ualc.! .and see! the silent! performances"at'the city the electric company shut off the power from the I Friday night for driving 'without a the celebrated Hammermill stationery with a ripple finith-:- oincthing t-. C
: for the streets
'{", theatre.. The business-men saw that plant under its new management and ownership so that tail without light, or front going on and included that.has not before been shown in this shape. Two hundred and fifty j

|where large numbers came there in the late'afternoon the paper' could not be issued on time last week. This I all classes any of professional lights and other sheets of elegant paper printed tastily with a corresponding number ..;:

S e 'J.nd remained through the evening there would be a general may seem like business, 'but to the general public it i business men and employes driving of envelopes. printed in like fashion will!) equip any affice'desk or ';
'
,;; t 'patronage of all merchants -and in ,this. way",those seems,absurd. employers' cars without a rear light. home'with writing material seldom equalled-never excelled neat, : :
.people art initiativewhichwill! redeund to 'S, 'I The fine for the first offense la $5 and novel and nice and ,;
creating an '
.
; so arranged as to be kept clean and convenient '
costs and all but four were fined. The .
f' WHEN this country needed to lend to the over;
:their credit: and profit, money j
i i r<; % police are taking, no excuses and motorists -
', ., l'.i' , w 1r ,. 'J.. seas; people. the bankers aa well as private individualsproeeeded ,who enter Jacksonville after WHY NOT CALL AND J3EE".HIS STOCK? > : ., .
at. 'WDREDS of. churches joint in''1proUstat n i British bankers : : ;J
r- now
.,. : .dlli- announce Jhatyhey dark, without pheper lights will) -be -OFFICE rOF-THE- : I I I ,1 j
; 1I1a.aof ehrlstlane;!,..di'k"atapaWl"frp>n hare two"" hundred:million 'dollars ,to.lend to China\ ;.'but picked up-aa quickly sin others.;

fo','"' i. .',> "' 'Washington.; It might 'corns ;nearer hitting the bnllseye why shouldn't England commandeer the cash and pay the r -: RECKIVKD SAD Kissimmee *." "

:>,," i""" ?jnst'now Jt"r.adJ: ,"Hnndreds'of: churches Join in pro:. United States'some of the moneiowing us T, .NEWS ? .raleYlf (t -

. masisere .-.- ... : 'of'th'KI. ,
>4t.et: | ; agalsstnplon; miners of workman-InJUkX : + i Di'B'Shaver, principal -

;; .c-_ ** '..* 8cn'* supplication might awaken the state,aa.4noriUe : 'IF it wejr...not'for:;'ihe'brisk Weesea',blowing'/"we' similes schools, was called to Bremen,. N. a-: The 'coa of is .

. i 4" oMUInoi-r_ ..V_eTen'budge.the:federal_'govern- biff hike even Chicago"would be.ill from: the effect of..thesten Kentucky announcing, on the Thursday by a telegram'of his be gained isTnost ,satisfactory.u'a carton conservative! ,' and tLeJ,satisfaction W, ; ;,.

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,. .040400000'4000000001'. .Shn..i/ 15c; haircut, 85c; children25e I''Steel Jacket'Bullets (Bullet's Victim Was NOTESJR1JIf'sr'CLOUQ; \
Casino Barber : f
; at Shop. 18-tl ; ; I
o Are'Proving MysteryIt Buried Wednesday
:
. I.i WEATH-REPOR.T..: :The pact Mason has' *
.. O 'Official. Bulletin of dally tern- dryest that Kissimmee' and vicinltj '1* reported and the report appear .The funeral of.,''Stewart ,Ivey wai D., L. Row has arrived from North ISSYMEEREAM?
O and precipItaUons fur..1O has known 'since 1907. to be founded upon an assertion held Wednesday "morning c ten Dakota--called by illness of bli",Path., ,

"... . . perature nlshed by ,the. Klsllmmee Co'.:+ The residence; made by one of the postal inspectors,; oVlock from- he :Methodist church at I er, W, H.; Rowe.J. 'I
on Oak street recently >-H. G. Sutterfield-.that the Creak Rev. R. F. Hodnett officiating .
given Shingle
0 U. S: Weather Bureau gun
v..l. operative vacated by Mr. and Mr Ellie Johnson ..E. Lupfer Howard'. Katz. Leo
,
inter
t ,. O Station for the weds': ..ndiDe. Oscar Mack by C. C. Collins, the and the remains were .
and family U nowoccupied bj H. pner
1O one which G. W. Best "presumed" was red at the pioneer 'cemetery' at the Wilson Allison T. French all
..' O Thursday. July..:.20..- 1922: Mr. and Mr., George S. Session. taken from its accustomed place in a same spot; The casket, as It lay Ir of KlMimtnee attended the local ,

4 kitchen drawer, carried only bullet of a common the parlors\of the Thompson Undertaking Chamber of Commerce luncheon on ,
O Date Max.Mln. Frcp.< For Sale: Household and .
Wedne.day at the Saint hoteL -
character; while it was shown at parlors was literally enveloped Cloud
> Friday, July 14 __.,81 70' .26 furniture at bargain price Giving '
. 0 Saturday, July 15..87 70 '.13 up house and must cell furniture righl; the inquest that a steel-jacketed1 bullet with floral emblems-showing the Funeral services ware,held in the Strictly: HomeProduction '
,, O Sunday?:July 16-;_ 87 71.. .51 1.U away.. Phone 273 and ak for Dorothy l has been taken from the body of estimation borne by aU the people towards G. A. R. Hall Wednesday afternoon
O.Monday, July 17...90' 70 .00'. Well*. 81.1tx'MI'I. one of the victims. The bullet was dis the deceased and his sorrowed over' the remains of Comrade John.
71 .02 several times during the. In- family, and there was a large attendance .
'I'' 0 Tuesday, July 18_..03 play W. Rankin, whose death oceured Mon .
J. O Wednesday uly 19.90 73. ..05 B., T. Crosby add baby re. and was plainly een. at the ..rvlcello., this young day night. Rev. William Landlss Of. .
\L' O Thursday, July 20.91 '75 .00 4O turned from Wauchifla( yesterday Mr. Best wa' not questioned dun man whose untimely..end wa cruelly f[date*. Deceased left wife, wl\o!\ has .MANUFACTURED ENTIRELY
\ .. \ made at 6:00: where they had be.n'guesta of Mrs ing the inquest'a. to any detail regarding brought about. I the of t
Readings are p. sympathy all. .
, the .the bullet nor The widow daughter cf William H.. ? '
4 Crosby's parents Mr. and Mrs.. L. M. gun or -
t ;
for the preceding twenty-four Under Complete Sanitation
"';'" m < Stokes for a week. would he have been able, to answer, Anderson left with two' daughters,, Mrs. Edna .Cos of the' public ,

! O hours.ALLISON"T.' FRENCH. Having no use for a weapon he would the eldest of whom is about eight( schools, and her lIter, Mr*. Ethel Oo-, +.
..,. Observer, Attorney Alexander Akerman, now not have realized the gun had been years old and a baby, is the recipient Reid'.and son, Harold Reid, left on w
't. : 0 Co-operative: of Orlando} was in Klsimmee yesterday taken from its restingplace had not of the greatest sympathy from all Tuesday' to spend the summer. In. IlI-> Delivered Fresh Every Day': '
:" ,,;. 000'0060000 00000000LOCAL foe a brief visit. He has just returned Collins told him of giving it to 'thenewmailearrierjthereuponhefound who know her and cf; the entire inois and Indiana. ,' '

fT: <>m..p vimpah and_MHTOTI,-f 1 citiienry 1 -oftheounty.,,--. .-- ----.--- -- -- --+4INSIST' '
which latter place Mrs. Akerman re the weapon was missing. Mr. and Mr. N. E. Newton of Orlando ''
mained for a more extended visit with Where! did Mack get the gun carryIng Judge Asked EvidenceFrom were Sunday caller upon. Mr. ON HAVIN6,
their daughter. the improved cartridges I Presumably and Mrs V, C.- Lenox. "

Collins. had 'he possessed one,, Every Source KISSY-MEE;KREAM x.
fro-;
; JPPJZNING& Two boy Kissimmee arrived would not have J given the better wea- Rev. William Landlss and family J i

here*. Sunday night They made th pon to the, carrier and '''retained the At the commencement of the sessionof have gone to Saint Augustine! where,
I trip by canoe. The name Kissimmec cheaper one' and had Mack owned a for ,the two folio win Sunday, he
the coroner's Tuesday
reminds us of the good welcome We inquest on will fill pulpit. On 30 Sold at all leading drug- ;
gun he would not have taken another a Sunday, July ,; H
T. L. Comer in charge
Judge strongly -
,
v..1' Dr. O. L. Buckmaster, osteopathist received there while on our bike hike. -;.knowing) the feeling that exists in in the audience this pastor's pulpit 'will be occuple3by stores and at the '"

Saint Cloud. Office in Conn Bldg.:'U They treated us' royally both going this, community against the carryingof with impressed his desire everyone to draw forth all material Rev. Z.. W.: Smith. ,
:" :: and cominlr.-Boy Scout Notes in not entitled to do Palms CafeMANUFACTURED
iM3se., Cuba Nesbitt, daughter cIr f Stuart a gun by anyone evidence in the cases.He concluded George Arrowsmith returned on
;' . Judge and Mrs. T. L. Comer, is spending MessengerT. so-by a permit from the county-com his appear with this: "It Is the. Monday from a brief visit to Lake -

'.!:",- her vacation in HenelersonvUle.Mre. . B. Moore has offered the free ml.sionerwhlch body is very careful duty of each one and all of you, if you Wales, where he was guest: of ,his i :
i" use of some five thousand square feel regarding. to whom permits are know anything about these cases, to daughter Mr. N. L Edwards, and BY

1.:,... Keith Kennedy, of Jackson of lots, in Kissimmee, free of all. issued.Remains. come forward and give your testimony family. :
, vile is t.be'uellt this week of her rental for the space of two years;U Rinchardt Either do this, or,for God's sake, i
aunt, Mrs. If. N. Bratton. anyone whom Leo Wilson might find of quit this talking around the city: and The tork visited the homo of Mr.' Sanitary DairyCompany

of who would care to set the ground to Taken To Former Home upon the etreetsi" and Mrs Harry Hilderbrandt on Saturday -
is In need repairs
If your car 15 and left
strawberries. The offer was accepted. July a daughter.{
phone DuPont at 77" for quick lIet'vlce. Eugene FOR THE BOY SCOUTS
.
The remains of Rinehardt
a 25tf __J__ Clarence Farris was a KUslmmee
who shot and killed last
Mr., and Mrs. L. L. Lucas, who had was instantly Captain Arthur Cundy, of the Boy caller on Tuesday.
Short and lit Sunday evening, were shipped on
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
i' Scouts announces for the coming six
,
been visiting the Barents of Mrs. Lu.
tie son, of Tampa are guests this week Tuesday his old home in Newlin weeks he will be in Kissimmee each Mr. and Mrs. K. Conn nn-1 two
made brief
Cloud stop
at Saint a 'olthe !
Short Mr. and 'as North Carolina, where the family > Lee Rogers .Manager pi
y, < of the parents of Mrs. in Kissimmee on Tuesday, when they Wednesday afternoon to meet Boy children are spending a. couple of i
,:i'' Mrs. R. S. Roberts, of 609 Sumner were enroute to their home in Clear- deceased reside. Mrs. Rinehardt Scouts and those wishing to join the month at Point Marion, Pennsylvan \ 822t
of Mr. and Mrs. Alton L.Bron.on .
I street. crater. Mr. Lucas is connected with daughter org$nizatiol\. All lade should meet ia. ,
of Orange Center, -
\i Rev Frank McDaniels, formerly of of that pretty city, and id I the remains and will accompanied probably next Wednesday afternoon, and those Mr. and Mrs. C.: R. Cole'left on Monday ,
the Church of Christ, Brack street, Issuing a daily that is a credit to th make an extended visit there. wishing to take the Tenderfoot examination well- to visit relatives and friends at rrg.... ..... . . .... ..
do Those not
[ then .MfVERSE
'': has been spending a portion of the place.At. posted should can get in so.touch with Leo Oakland, Kansas, for the next two. A WEEK $

week in Kissimmee. the "get together meeting" at None More Patriotic H. Wilson and secure literature from months. O ..

I Fop rent Nicely furnished, cool the Graystone on Tuesday evenings i Than This Official him at the Chamber of* Commerce Mrs Harry Johnson who has been ....... ...................

J. ,.J- airy flats at summer rates. Locatedover AttorneyParker invited a committee I with which they! can post themselves visiting her parents, (left on Sunday Far From, Home

The Gazette office. W. B. lIar- from the meeting at to the be)luncheon present given oil :' Honorable Sam Griffin, of Orlando, for the examination: i I for her home in West Palm Beach- How often in those tropic nights" T.
ris. tf Wednesday noon I' her sister. Miss Gladys Saunders, ac- '.
to hear again
;; by the Chamber of Commerce of who was in Kissimmee on Wednesday, ASSEMBLED THEIR CLANC. long
} Gasoline was being retailed in Or- Saint Cloud-to talk alonir the line is one of the "real men" of Florida- companying her. i The soft, unceasing soothing sound. !

county last Sunday for 27c. InKissimmee lof strawberry culture. A committee: and it would be difficult to find a resident A. Morris, one of the regular winter Mrs. C. B. soon left on Tuesday of gentle summer rain; TIts

'i, ange it was 30c. In sixteen was appointed.W. I" that is a better patriot. With residents' of Kissimmee writes for her home in Peach am. Vermont; patter on the shingle roof it.* rue y
more than one hundred acres of from his home in Oliveburg, Pennsylvania tie in the leaves, ._,. V
centre She. her father
states in this country's gasoline was accompanied by ,
is retailing at 23c. B. Makinson, at th'eo smoker O'f' ange proves'in his possession he- or-1 that all crops r.re-promisingwell C. B. arner. .Its. mutter through the ancient spout
-- Tuesday evening, expressed' his willingness no worry regarding the if there rfhall be sufficient rainfall _' that skirts the breezes; ,

. ._ Representative S. S. Griffin, of Or- I to finance several 1 gro'WerR.in. I I things, and thus he has more time to and adds that is a fine growing C. S. AGREE A VISITORC. .Once more to feel faint steaL
ange county, autoed from Orlando on a strawberry acreage always provided devote to his endeavors to make the 1 season there. Mr. Morris forwards a from my lost'northern-skies.-:
Wednesday-.bringing his cousin, Miss they were of a calibre that world the better for having lived in it;' folder regarding the gathering of the S, Acree. Osceola county near The trailing fingers of thedamtr'Cro.1 .
Dora Bell, of New Smvrna, for a visIt were willing to actually 'worK md His plans are simple-and they are ""Clan of Morris at.the old homestead Kiasimmee motored down from homea my tired eyes)I- '

with the family'of Jt J. Griffin. were, not shirkers. There is little practical. He would do away with. all of Obed Morris, in Jefferson county, few days ago and is spending a '
doubt that the energetic and well-in future unrest and strife such as now on Friday, -June .30; and data given short time in this city. This is his Hot. is the air' that hovers Wh.rethe:
The offices ofI>rT: M. Rivers are tentioned growers can secure substantial beset this country through two mediums 'thereon traces back the family tree first trip to this section of the east punka-coolie.eowersa- .

now located on the lower floor of the aid in this work of development.] -the school and the church. He to: Thomas Morris, who.was born in coast and. he is delighted with the climate Heavy the scents that rile'abon,the. y,
Okeechobee building on Posseil avenue would have better schools-schools in Wales. in 1745. and, scenery. Mr. Acree is the garden's gaudy flowers; .
opposite the postofice. SOtf Rosalie and Richard Hilton because which people might be taught to seethe .democratic nominee for member of Harsh the poor. tethered goat's complaint -', ,
their birthday anniversaries come so error of their ways--and he would MADE GOOD MILEAGE the legislature from Osceola county. ) -harassing,' never still,
Joseph Sears returned on Wednesday close together,will have a children's have the churches more militant.. He He stopped at Kissimmee on his way Hateful the'rasping insect-oholr, monotonous -
,.- from Miami, whore he aceompani party a 1l the residence of their mother, would have the church bring the I. P. Tlmmons, 'the Ford-man returned down here long euough to call on W. and shrill;_? __ '
ei bill mother'-who remained. to visit Mrs. C. E. Hilton on Beaumont aven.ue world back to the religion preachedand ; on Wednesday from a week'strip L. Thorndyke. Candidate Acree ha* In muffled beat that must. 'repeat its

.. e relatives and friends.. tomorrow afternoon to.commemo- practiced by those of long ago. ; about the state running down a large plantation and stock farm In message of unrea ,
xs" rate both events. There promise to be Good teaching and rood preaching, the; east coast and as far north asGainesville his home county but he baa decided to A .tom-tom's futile rh hna'mocb: th.' }v
I'. Mr.: and Mr'*. A. M. Jones of Mr., after Jones a a merry gathering'at that time-and Mr. Griffin says, will! eventuate- and Palatka. He states, dispose of at least a part of his holdings throbbing in my breast.. '

visit with her parents .4 CT''I4.JlYFlJt,will follow. fight thinking and right living. Ferry modestly; that while Saturday there, secure a place here and
"':-Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones-left; oa was not -good day for Fording he hereafter spend some of his time each Through the.thick: darkness draws a'
. Monday-for their home in-Ldyl\ake W.:H.:Arnold drove down from Eus. .BOOST' FOR KISSIMMEE"A round at night when looking at hi.regl.teI' year down inr this section the-east breath that had its hectic birth"Not : :
Mr. 'Jones has the leading garage.in tis Wednesday and spent a coupleof that lie covered a distance '
on ; coast.-West Palm Beach Post. in a cool, gray heaven, but in ttierhard
i''' that pretty town. days greeting many of his old-time new secretary of the Chamber luring the day of 326 mile "That's heat-tortured i

\' : with friends.*lie was accompanied by his of Commerce at Kissimmee is earning not half bad la It t. smiled Timmons !V WANTED: TO "GET SQUARE" Before it happy memories. fade, long*.

For Sale Oldlmar tractor colt'William" Arnold and his neohew, his salary, no matter how large ._ cherished .vlsiona flee,_. .; ti,
h. ....... .plow.:disk;;, and cultivator, almost cash.a Archie Crimm. Mr. Arnold is now Ope it i. He has secured pledges from 100 A" PIONEER J3UBSCR1BER Declaring Ms claim,, for disabilitywas And on iU burning wift.Ii.bom.;'*. ,
,
"I'J good -as new. Will sell cheap for crating' a novelty work at Ensue, or more farmers to plant 200 acres of disregarded by the U. S. VeUran subtle dread to . :
:' ,Allison T. French, Postofflce bulldinf-. and is well-pleased with hi* surrounding strawberries for :'the coming aeaaon. 'Peter McCutcheon, formerly of this Bureau, Garland E. Carr, colored :The haunting fear'tirst to mj'pre'; ) '-,?
:
82-ltc of the
but resident
now a'
county;
farms' world veteran D.
The Kissimmee strawberry war at Washington, "
!fJ," there. drift
,
:rt will be l irrigated. by surface and sub.irrigation southern part of Orange was in Kisilramee C., bored a hole through wall of the i may never! soothbig, : ; .e
; Roberts
H. S. That soft unceasing JI1U'4,,
[* : Two postal inspector. The well driven on the Nave :'. .- on Monday and called to pay building in which the Washington bureau I .
..,;wand H. antterfield, were close attendants being tiled his respects to The Gazette-as well of gentle summer rain. .
place, where ten acres ate: The above'clipping from the Florida is housed, staffed paper Into the I
at the, Inqueat.Tuesday. for intensive production.' is down Grower shows'that.publication to M to continue hi. subscription. For room and then touched it match to it. i CROSS HIGHWAY'ROCK' ,.. '
but left for Orlando later in the day. nearly to the 260-foot mark. There i* be a thorough booster,' A few corrections ,quarter of a century Mr. McCutch.ton He wanted to destroy the bureau's STATE. '
Two federal officer were also in Kis-. plenty of water at the present time, however, should be under- has been a continuous subscriber records, he said. He is being held for i I u.
y. aimmee on Monday and Tuesday. but the drilling will continue.* Mr. stood. Up to Tuesday evening of this to this paper-his name being, on the mental examination. Captain Clay'Johuon went"throughWednesday e' 1r

' held Tues.-,,, Nave i is arranging for the installation week' no "new secretary"" of the books at that time; and declares that :with ,the steamer'LUIJet
i At the meeting to be the on Osceola of an electrical-driven: pump for irrigation Chamber of Commerce has been in be ""will never be without it." ANXIOUS FOR THE PROOF and the dredge that ha been working '
.:; day evening next at -as it will prove the The of the Chamber down the Calooanaatohee. Captain
purposes city. secretary .
:t A Growers and the Chamber of Commerce more up-to-date than an ordinary en- of Commerce had nothing to do with PLANNING TO RETURN TO Philadelphia.-If torpedoes or other Johnson's destination ,was.the Pain w
confined
the attendance la not NEW PROVIDENCE ISLAND contrabrand were being carried on Beach canal where the will bused
, i ,
Invita1. .. gine. _____ securing' signature for Btrawberry- dreclr 'o.
There-is-an-urgent .
the wh.
, to Vldl. -r T.n.itunlp In throwing-m a bank.ef.: .
-
.j d) all the women of the entire has been Jr"wrnc-that work will be card id Mrs.' Henry R. Overstreet, who sunk German submarines,the
tion to who ti
.1 1.... Dr. B. L. Wllkerson, by the Osceola Grower That by a rock for.us. In' building the cross
., 'W"' county to be present. having his summer vacation, spenta to on this time less than ore hundred up :came to Kissimmee last February to fact will be known to the world, a state highway from the present.end

) alx-J'Oom i few day at Cedar Keys, greatly to --bave been 'Uaranteed-l.not two visit relatives and friends was spoon Philadelphia concern which is organizing of the hard road to Belle Glade... Incidentally . ,t '
'. Hor Rent two-tory, his enjoyment, and then he- drove acres after taken severly ill with inflammatory an expedition to salvage the the;canal.will be dee OH'! )
Dixie hundred the Grower intimated. The
-I .) house, unfurnished, on at Highway of- through to Hihara, Georgia, to join of as the higher amount originated rheumatism, and for three i. $5,000,000 in gold known to have beenon and where the- slide have occur red in
I -- 06 Main street. Apply his family who had been spending the story months was confined to her bed. For board, has told the American Le- the bank and the water-made .hal.
flee of, The Gazette, or at 301 Main from' an uninformed apacewriterwho leveral weeks she has been able to get '
summer with Mrs. Wilkerson' par- could have learned the facts from gion. low the bottom will be cleaned out to
.treet. 21.u to return to about on,crotches, and on Wednesday
'i ents. The family expects ( state
the
depth..Another I
consulting the files of The Gazette. required
ihe left her Miami home to spend the PADDLED THEIR OWN CANOE
will )!!
teacher Kissimmee tomorrow and occupy also :be used far
I who i ia a drrdga'vfill probably .
Miss Jean Thomas, Outside of these fens corrections the mtll she is able to take the boat for.
?. schools of Tampa, is the J. M. Smith bungalow on Pen- item and thoroughly Chillicothe. Missouri. this work-Moore. Haven.. Democrat.
is good : Paddling .
, in the public a one- Nassau, in the Bahama Islands; to join e ........ .
.. 'J'"' spending a portion of her vacation in field avenue._ accurate. The aim of the entire populace her husband. Mr. Overstreet is manager ; down .the Missouri and Mississippi Y
t< Kissimmee with her parents, Mr. and is to ultimately have two hundred of a large> plantation on New I rivers, two members of the American As we "get" It, thetniedcan merchant , y

y..!1..,... Mrs. A. E. Thomas, of 1128 Main Opening Date Set tcres for the opening season. Providence Island, and is planning to i Legion poet at Chillicothe will travel' Inarfne can't hope for' full'passenger t,
: street. SchoolsIt cultivate some six hundred acres of by canoe to the Legion national con. lists unless.it has full passengers.
. For County I DAIRY CATTLE DOING WELL omatoes on Rose Island. vention at New Orleans, in October, i .
Sutton, of theBaptist ,
JBev. J. A. pastor -- \ .,
left Ufday_on : Leo H_ Wilson' county .
church on Ts officially "announced that ail Yesterday SYTHIANS PLAN PICNIC .

i' \ . his stated vacation that there9wee, ,oodoubt -arrangements He' country schools throughout Osceola with agent,D.finished C. Gilles a ,trip veterinarian over the ,county when AT LAKE CONWAY THURSDAY un':".""',1.\ :"u':'"'O'\f."r,':;:: ::::::" fCI. .

would be made for regular . county are to open.on Monday Klssim-Septerober' .wenty-six cows were examined. These At the regular session of the 4Y
4 while the schools of
. ,;c. services during his absence tnimals had received treatment and nights of Pythias of Friendship 1'
their
have
and Saint Cloud will r
.Y mee the trip was' to ascertain if there Lodge on Wednesday evening therevas'arguest
r ..'.'_ -'---------:-- commencement on Monday, September were any reactors. None were found. E. R. Feigan, represent- MOPS
-.I 11. All practically, hate LUSTRE OIL I L
.... been filled positions by the school board. This makes a total of 199 cows that I ng Welcome Lodge, of Orlando, whos
I have been treated within the past deputy for the eighth district, and
} j : 'Drange Spot Bungalows HAD PLANNED TO LEAVE CITYC. three months-and there has beep the meeting was a most enjoyable one.

JI' rat one case where the animal had tobe The visitor announced that a district V..

(Fumlhed) C. Collins, who has been employed killed. This was a cow that ha
: : '. ON BLUFF FACING OCEAN at the local postofflce .a*>assistant recently brought in from Georg- next Thursday afternoon at Are Different, Better and Better-Looking,, .", '

; '''.: 415 per week $50 per month to; Miss Derbyshire acting postmaster fa. > akeside Park, Lake Conway and ex-
; FLORIDA: ,' ha been planning to leave KIs.Immee' 4nded! -a cordial >invltlBtlon to allnights
:'?t 1i, .' MELBOURNE,. as soon as the present postmaster TIS HOT IN NEW JERSEY ( and Sisters of Kissimmee toe THE ONLY ADJUSTABLE, SELF-OILING MOP

bad ,been checked' in. Some whVlef > present "with a well-filled lunch- ,
.j;'::" week 'since he told a representative Frank E. WbodaJlr t'thia..city basket'and a smile." There will pJ'Oboably . ."
. him a few month ago for Butler, New be attendance from Kisimmee. .
could tell large
of-The Gasette.that no one > Feeds oil from top. It'is
Jersey, where he had secured a posi- ,
'
.; ( THE'THREE PY-UTE FRIENDS would with accuracy assume her when,duties. Miss, but Pherigo that lon in a grocery: writes to have The based 'on the theory of
,
; r;. ',1. 1 Then the'did he.' should leave the next Casette sent to him.,, He tell that her OCCURS AT GAINESVILLE '

( ; ,: THAT KILLLTTHEM.ALL days he was tired ,of explaining ofletals. rom located New York about city twenty-five,and relates as miles the Begin planning to have as many of 'the wick. used lu Kerosene '
't all the details of an office to,new -
attend the Far.ere'
the *
the he wrote family as possible
..... emperature on day was
w It is evident, however, that , the week begin- lamps.' .It distributes :
estimate what Week meeting
104 it would be easy-to 1 ,
fj ,/ l ; Pye-Ute Roach aril WaltrBcg i; Killer ila departure was somewhat hastenedy It was in that hot city at the same 1 1time. Ing' Monday.. August 14. The time 't",
had
"over which he the oil and
i. I"t .. circumstances" He adds: "Today a man asked ,f'rill be spent in meeting other people .evenly
.. ;; P>-Uh h fly\ tit Mosquito Killer no.contl'ol.. me how.much hotter it wa** in Flori-1 asides. hearing some of the beat auhorities the
'
: yarn.
'; -i;", -,.: da than it was here,.and I told him 1 1that. .in the country on important. 'freely'to Itaia TrIa.,1e"HoP'
VACATION
HOME ON .
. Py-Utt Killer vHies 'had just about made up my a gricultural.subject ,
I Py
T
._ .. Nina Bratton now'of'-DeLand, mind to.go. ;.back. to Klssimmeeu and TATE"SUPERINTENDENT -t Save OiL'Will: not Smear Floors 'Ha ReaerroirTopMakinson's .
:-. : 'cool otr.!! .
,
,, y Sold.'.:, a .MoaeY-BackGuaraate I. spending a brief..vacation In Kls ,.- .DIES. A11 JACKSONVILLE. - .
..., the immee with ''her 'parents, Mr. :and NEW ELECTRIC '- .
Handled iif Kissimmec Taylor C SHOP OPENS "
.,. Bratton. .:Miss Bratton lau . I '//William Nicholas fiheat state susrfnt.udent .
iro.
and the Midway. H.-N.
of Stores
; .;.. System instruction \ Hardware
'*\ D..i I
Grocery. : very .aeco stenographer, Henry"O Height a arrival la 1] of 't public Big ;
. -:-- -Manbfaetured'b7--10 #HVJJ md..for.eonsiderablatimawsa-the. Isdmmw-fam4oniL.Island-New ,4:lIed-at a-Jackanville-hospital-Wd' .
.t. .:. ? slued assistant of 8.: IL. Bullock 'ork, has leased a'poruon of the lowi i 1 l1 eeday,,of nremio poisoning.. 11.'wa. 'l '
> GATES MANUFACTURING; When' he was handling-? the affair cf floor t in.:the I''Wilson building-. on i 1 turning lo Talahassee,from Boston, (r@: ,. sToRE '
: J
: the State,,bank, and later with 'the arlington- avenue and has already 1]Ele[ was born br Auburn' Georgia .: ,, 'u. r
, : I COMPANY lerchants[ and Farmers bank:where I pened the places He is -an electricalntractor,6f 1 I arch[: S, 1851. )He has served. ...aP'r.iatendeftt' Near Depot " Phe.,12L:
: her service* :"iwere-ranch appreciated. I > ,considerable experience.1nd I I of Alachna county for
Ir : SueeellO to-. Since ,laving Kissimmee she baa I Ibecm will carry in stock large Una oflectrical .1 relva....years; and) a*, state .soperin-
. .FRUa Catee' ..FLORID,CANFORD o.",.'' With the firm of LandU. ,.Fish. ft I appliances and -fixtures_' of. '(:Meat for-twenty tars; and 'was : .

1.-! :: Bull.. of-DeLand.._ : .J 1 1I eWest! .designs an4 'style. *.. .' ..-i ell-known.;throughout" Flelda.. . .' .... ;: "''' '' \ .
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six "'"""""' '1 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, ,JULY. 21, 192"A 2 ti



The ftlgb>.f reqaency carren 'Ii known RF V. DAVID LANDER \ ":. :,

las! the carrier-wave and its function
III to'radl.te Into space in the? form oi 'J

i UIRUS ROOFS electro-magnetic ware and bj: Ui variation .
in amplitude carr, with It 'tb. = 2

{variation In the, tone at the' transmitting . 4r \ .5 T ' ,

,, station. / ; ,
THINGS ,BEGINNERS'MUST It Js the iicijneney Gt 'the carrier ,
ffIl J''Ue''th.t i' determines the wave-length i ,; f '

; / LEARN ttRST ,,00 a radiophone station Is trans, .-----C-:

,iinltted. By experiment It ban been : I '
: '
I found 'that electromagnetic wave "
., ; : ,
.travel at the same velocity that llgt<
. :.... .
of -Terms Used -
Explanation in !waves travel; that 1.- 86.000 mile per

Radio and of Its Basic Kecond. Wavelength la the''distance ..
between any two similar. points' on two \
,...
Principles. successive waves; for example the distance ..., j'l.

from crest.to crest of nay two, .

I sucrenRlve' waves In the same direction
Due to the great Interem taken In ra i It 7
F 'measured In meters, a unit of length
dio state broadcast Inic stations have, .
I equal approximately to one nod one-
been started, many radioterms are
tenth Converting 180,000 mile i
J. yards.
seen and heard that maybe unfumlliurOJbe..JD.dce.Boma..otthe
}
... '",.. J I [to meter*!, the equivalent In 300.000.000 ,
>oBt-t 4 tn-
'"""" ,. nieters.!' The length of an ele<"tro-mal- '
I ,
monly used terms are explained and
defined 1 I ,nell wave la equal then to 3OOXKOOO
t below. ;:Divided the Suppose a
by frequency.
I I
Like light, heat and round radio
for Men ;tatlon was transmitting on a wavelength -
Roofs Regular
Regular energy 1* propagated In life form of B I ; "
, of 360 tetera. The frequencyof <
wave motton. Every one In familiar '
want tegular roof for your house with the wave motion net up on the 1| | the carrier-wave would be approxl- r
885,000
YOU surface of jmately! cycles. 1\ .' w
a still body of water by the ; '
garage, bungalow, cottage barn or factory dropping of a stone Into It. Just na violinist tunes his instru- --

'and we'ee got that roof. Every: time's point on the mirfnce 'Iwent.' that Is, makes a certain string ,1

of the waves goes through a complete { emit a note of higher or lower pitch, .",
Bird' Roof will make good for you just as Bet of motions and start to repeat : or, technically speaking a sound wave :

have made good for thousands of others, those!' motions the wave la said to have i ,of higher or lower frequency, by ad.
they Eminent Preacher for A who $
gone through a cycle. I :jesting the tension on the string, so Half-Century, will occupy

Ij Bed just as they have made good for us. The number complete- cycles gone I :may tile electrical constants of theantenna the pulpit of the Presbyterian Church Sunday ,

through per Herpnd, Is the frequency.The I circuit of a radiophone transmitter -
for
will make good !
- We say Bird's Roofs human our In reRponRlve (to'sound be changed In order to haveJlie Morning' and will Preach upon the Theme: '
because know from long experience'that ' station emit a carrier-wave of t
we frequencies' to a few tlioummdeyries "
you
: "The Reasons fo r Our Hopes. '
; they last for years and years, and that per seoond' but I I. not capable of : ''different frequency. :, ,,
: If a tuning fork having a paturalperiod
and renpoiHlInx the higher frequencies -
like their looks 'I
folks who own them I middle be'
lsFar encountered, In radio. Arbitrarily nfr corresponding to C
interested
Impressive Speaker come in Florida's advantages
honest wear so much that they are eager to .HJu.'ncy <>f less than lO.KK cyclt'n' placed- near a violinist who is Pla'lnlt'l and opportunities. The various-

tell their friends what big value they are.' haH been called an audible frequencyone ,, the fork will vibrate when i Will Preach Sunday posts are asked to finance the work v
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}. whlrh can be hl'lIrdnd fret cian ,plays middle C but all other times with support received from businessmen ,
Whether need Bird's Paroid,Bird's/Art- junoien above 10,000 cj-cle, radio or I,It will remain qult' C"4.'ut. Thin phC'nom-l Rev. David Lander will deliver the and other organizations. I ;
you Inaudible trC'Quell..lebC"C'lluHe t they 'enon- of the tuning fork -vlbitntliigjwhenever sermon Sunday morning at the Presbyterian
Craft tile shingle design), Bird's Plain church-his theme being If all who remain lei
f ( or cannot be heard by the human ear. ; the musician plays the corresponding ; persona Flor
"The Reasons for Hopes." Rev. ida during the summer months will include
Out
'Slate Surfaced, Bird's Granitiied Roofings, The J particular. type of wave which !' note on the violin Is known -
W. II. Drench D. D., will conduct the in their personal letters to their
or Bird's Twin Shingles, we can prove that propagate radio energy, if* an electromagnetic - jas mechanical resonance. It a radio services other .than the delivery- of friends in other states a paragraph
wave. All of un have HeenbllN .receiver be adjusted so that electrically' the sermon. about the comfortable Florida
Roofs little for sum
Bird's cost
in the long run .' of Iron and at eel attracted by the illS natural period of vibration will be mer climate it will help to' correct the ,

+ the service they give. \little toy innunetH made up In the form 183 ,OOO) cycles (800 merer. wavelength NOTES FROM FLORIDA misapprehension existing in the other .
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of horwKlioeH. This attraction\ of thoIiiaiinet ) every time a xtatlon transmits DEVELOPMENT HOARD states about our climate being too hot.'
ht BIRO a>SON.fa.. (r.E.i.bikk I,..) East w ii..u.M.- for the Mis, of Iron and sled I I ]on a wavelength of 800 meters, current / Government statistics show that Florida t

showed. the existence, of a magnetic will he act up In the receiver by The first agitation in Florida to... has a milder summer climate) thanmany' y
W. B.; MAKINSON COMPANY I outlaw unsightly signs and advertisements I of the northern states.
nailed on trees growing: in '
county highways, was started by Mrs. :NO INSPECTION NEEDEDTO

1il'1 -- { Ida Gewoder C. M. Wilder Daytona> several years I MOVE BERRY PLANTSS. "
} and' that time she and her
ago at associates -
.: I T. Pansier<] and Clark Howell ten
in the campaign were successful :
J. "X' IioXnJ: son -
f .... in getting the Vohisia: county :
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t" '- '--....'...... commissioners to order the signs re I get-to-gether ...
'\ moved. The campaign was started '
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Licensed funeral Director because who ha J a.?
a photographer !I be
Star and CAopl8C permit must secured from the state'
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f been commissioned > to make some board before
plant removing straw-
:-0"A Sin"..., Sympathetic:Strvicm. Rvndttmd ratte. landscape pictures for use in advertising I berry planfs from one location to another :;t'

:* Avtnum All fall. .". the community could find no within the state without first w
St.Waft views which did not show a lot of old I I: ," ,
.JCi.eimm.. High Grade Ambulance Service at Call signs tacked to trees. reward and I having to inspection the of to the plants subjected -
I -mover a heavy penalty
: Office: 249 PHONES Rraldencef 78 j Saint Lucie countjes have joined the those men said that the state
ranks for beautification of countv I I I board had
t plant given notification that
highways by freeing the trees and
such removal allowed)
was now being
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right-of-ways "tot unsightly eigns.1 i I
without permit-that body having
H. HAROLD HUME M. BUIMONR, D. A. MORRISON JR., through orders recently) promulgated
President. Vice I'ri'Bldent Hec. A TrfnH. ; rescinded the order so far as straw- _,
by the commissioners in the Yespective -
berry plants were concerned, and had
I Best Fertilizers Insecticide Sprayers Poultry Supplies countries. sent out orders to that .'.

Honest' Good Fair Prices Prompt ShipmentS The Florida American Legion is '
S ': +t Ask Your Neighbor He Knows planning for an extensive display of j I WILL' BUILD ORPHANS' HOME: ...

ad NEW JUST JSSUKDE. Florida products at the Fourth National t Philadelphia. orphans" home-

x w PAINTER FERTIWZERCeCO., Jacksonville Honda Convention to be held in New for children of world war veteranswill
d .( Orleans next October. J. A. Dew. of'' be built by the Pennsylvania *
West Palm Beach, is chairman of the I American Legion. A survey i is>A now ''t

exhibit committee.. committee is being made to ascertain the number Jt /- .

also-preparing'a booklet for distribu of children for whom. accommodations .:
tion at the ,.convention in the hopes must be made "
that considerable number of the ex-
# " a i
,: service men from other states will be- Subscribe, for .The )' Gazett '

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Call 'Phone field about the tips of Jhe rn..J net and. !' .electrical 'resonance. Stations transntlttlng r, <
? wave-length other than
4 { n any "
this same kind of a field propagates ,".,
800 meters will not cause a current .
eTectro-iriaenetlc force that
the except .
Ito be set In the receiver.
1 up
Its
unlike the toy magnet. power comesnit
-- - - -- : The-portion i f a'rAdlo- _that
------- --- la isle form at""w5vy-motions.'file'eleclro > receiver

zr -magnetlo force propagates rajjlo > Changes( the wavelength at which It :
:;ts electrically resonant Is called a 4:
energy In all directions.The
( medium that transmits the electromagnetic 'tuner. Suppose that "A" station trans LL..rra. I

wavei Is the same medium mite on a wavelength of 200 meters
land "H" on a wave-length of 800 meters -
that transmit. light-tlie ether.
: By adjusting the tuner until tile
This all
't'.i medium Is supposed to fill n
space' even that occupied by fluids and ;constants of the receiver make it electrically i *

,., ii solids. Little is known about Its prop- resonant to a 200-meter wave .
erties.In for| a 360-meter wave either of the two w Q y .
t I stations can be picked up but both %% tar
4 radio It Is more common to speakof 'l
wave length than frequency. The :'stations cannot-be picked up almulta- 4 !
l This Is the that more
reason
wave length of any wave motion Is the jneously.
'. than one transmitter can be operating '
distance between any two successive 1
crests! In the same direction. Tlieware tat one time and yet only one can be ,, Mm-ePoultiyPinMon :
i heard on a receiver without Interference .
length! depends upon the frequency : ,,
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i ft the frequency Is high the | from the others. ,
Is short. On the other The other necessary part of a radio You can get more eggs apd make more itmoney

'"So the People May Know" '1 hand wave l If length.the frequency: Is low ,fie wan :;receiver. Is the detector. The functionof by feeding hen more material for;l I i. ::Y
this portion of the receiver Is to I
length Is long. Numerically-the wa.eIt'ngth making whites of eggs. No grain feed contains i
:[utilise the small currents In the tuner
Is equal to the distances traveled 1 I' .
by the wave In one second divided :that are set Up by a transmitting star anything like enough white-making x .

kF i The Valley. Gazette's desire is to by the frequency. Suppose for example jtlon; and make them audible through, material (protein). As a result many yolks are

print all the news all the time, bat that It were desired to know I the medium of a telephone receiver. If formed in the hen's body that are never laid.;
'f unless item. are sent in by phone the telephone receiver were connected
; the wave length of an electromagneticwave i
.. card or letter, we cannot hope to get having a frequency of 83 ,.OOOC"I'ele. directly to the tuner the highfrequencycurrent Purina Poultry Chows ,
I It all.' If yon know of any Item Ofnews' travelat I .would not operate the diaphragm -

I ;'f: } The Valley.Gazette will be very the.. same Electromagnetic speed as do waves light waves, of the receiver and even If the fed together make more because they tt ;

glad to print it. that Is, 18 .0l0< miles per second Dividing -' diaphragm were set In motion It wouldbe supply the scientific balance call the elements ; ,

: .. t", Club Society: ., Lodge Church or the 186,000 by 88 .000 tbe wavelength too fast motion to be picked up I a hen requires) to produce the -

i School notes; people going away Of would be .228 miles or 800 ,by the human ear. : number 0 )and
d back marriages, death. or I In a simple receiver the detector usjually I '
; coming ; In radio work It Is measuredIn I jheet which she capable iu .. .
yards
PURINA pv .
.. birth., items concerningvisitors, consists of two pieces of mineral"
meters. A meter is equal to approximately Poultry Chows are sold .
> >Yd /
a deals I
I building operations real.estate 800 in contact or a pleoe of mineral con- !
'4 neighbors moving In or going out, and ) : 1.1 yard. Converting tact with a metallic spring. Either under an iron-bound areatee
in fact anything that will make The ':yards into meters the wave length !comblnatlon' Is known as a crystal de- of More Eggs or tu.tsssat.) z}
r interestiag to It. would be 896 divided by 1.1 or C60 \
f' Valley Gazette more Back. e.a.e
; :tector. A detector of this type Is nothIng w. -. > '
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on
This Is the way. length
reader. meters. ,
.Ii: which KDKA operates It alto means more than a rectifier| that Is, when 0-=;- ,r'

r ,. The Valley Gazette' motto .Is: "So that the electro-magnetic waves sent I !Jan alters,t1i'g current Is applied at the Sold in .'
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\ CheckerboardBnejr
,'.. the People May. Know" and to that this station have a frequencyof 'terminals the current 1. allowed to .'. ,
out from
end we ask 'yourcooperation.. 833,000 cycles.FUNDAMENTAL. "" [mow only In one direction: B atga Oniyy'S ,"


r : F: a 'Helo' us boost Kissimmee"" PRINCIPLESIn How On Cdltor l 'U... Radio. .
a radiophone transmitter there
., The editor of a paper In an lfojlated > : .
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,' .,.. .. "' are two' requirements that must be town In the. northwest- 'using :FLORIDA FEED STORES
J \ lolled,- first there must be a source ,
, of hlfu-freanency current, sty, between '.(the radio In a moat Ingenious and effective ,
) way. AD aamateur radio friend .,o ::;

I .. *con-.acted-to 1o-a blgclty CO.miles away buys the .'.. .\. ".,
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""'.- '-:!.' T' _=- ,"r'- - - - --. : tssF'edTUowTbf'Uis cltyrpmperiris; ---:- -- --;- -JOG Broadway ;
_tern that energy In the form of electretnafnetteTraves -- .
..' ., Sec {,soon a. they( off the press nods
wfll e radiated. .
.'\. ,--' -f' '"< *'"1''t. ; ond( there must: be>some method of jttie best bows Into his transmitter and TELEPHONE' 'us. YOUR NEEDS ,::

'.. ,typist In'the country office copies the .. -
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current ja '
. controlling this hlgh-fr quency :
I [news as'If comes In-uver the office recelver'n SI J'
r'4. .r modulating It so that variations
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la the amplitude) of th*. highfrequencycurrent ' : ; eiedltor; through ..thlsJngenlous" ,


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THE!: K\SSmMEEYALLErGAZErI' ULY'2I,1922 ..
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.. Of t. ,' 0 .ponaenU. Notice ofIIs.ster's'Bale't' cupanoy.$. See' 3. 'J,(, Wlllson or Dr.
;/ OI'.s II (Notice U harebygivenby the under K. D. C. WatsonofWatsonHall "k "'H Cies.Ies
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iLE. LEGAL
My
ADVERTISEMENTS ew
I sla-ned ai Special Master heretofore ap-, Manufaeturlag ompanTr) Klsslmmee. (
.,, "Ie" Teaieswr I I pointed In the above ausei thatpurjsuant .. u-tf
Conscientious and Stud I to a final decree entered In said
; In Teaching Violin. ) cause on the 18th Janet 1921.> I S LOST 'couldn't 'eat anything: but raw'
at-Home of Pupil :For ( ) AND NOTICB 'OF NOTICE) OF ADMINISTRATOR FOH l hall. offer b I-ln.f sell atpubllooutcry '' aid sweet milk and was M wvafc

ment phone. lit, Balnt. SPECIAL ELECTION FINAL D.ICIlARO'1III. for each In hand to the hl..heat LOST-Tounar bird pup; hardly walk across the room.'
bidder
.. .. .9... H.' ... .. U. 1911 onMonday..legal August Tth, A. brown spots and with have been In tar grave today
R. May. Mayor of the City of Court of the County .Tlullr...0..01.1 1 between the boon of. ,in face. Reward. for .
.., Florida by virtue of the County State of Florida.. In re Ks-' sale. In front of the Court House door. non H. Porter. Wlllaon return hadn't taken Mayr* Wonderful
In me" vested and I. J. R. OIU tate of General Jackson Tales, D- In Klsalmmee,. Osoeola County. Florida. lington when I did. When I think .
avenue. Ktsslmmae
as City Clerk of the City of Kls coased. he following described property.. t..- I hare ,
.., Florida I by virtue of the pow Notice Is hereby given to all whom II, 1 { suffered with my stomach
B. DIC E S In me vested by Section IfS Re May concern that Oft the lid day 01 Lot Twenty" (10) of Block "A', of S MISCELLANEOUS how good I feel now I cry with
General. Statutes of 11110 of the July. A. D. im. I shall apply to the, Win. BOlw.n s- Subdivision of tot'Fif.L It is a simple harmless
AND of Florida, HEREBY GIVE NO Honorable T. L. Comer. Judge of said L teen Us) of Payne and ayne'a addition SECOND HAND, OOODB that prep.'
CONTRACTOR that the City Council of the City. Court as Judge .of Probate,. 'for my, to the town of, Klsslmraee, City. ,and repaired. The Casino. removes the catar-, S
Klsslmmee Florida. at Its regular final. discharge as Administrator of the Florida.Dated. mucus from the intestinal tract

Brick-laying, Lathing, .. meeting hold at the City estate of General Jackson Tata,. deceased -' July .,. A. t>. iitz. GROW YOUR OWN grape- allayi the inflammation which
Painting' In Klsslmmee, Florida. on the nit ] and at the same time f will JOHN a CADEt.. tings $I per'hundred; til practically all
of- A. D. IDtl unanimously present to said Court my final accounts As 8peeIatMatsr In Chancery. sand. Belersdorfer. stomach liver
S No. 121 Brack Street .rt'.t: : ollowln resolution: a* Administrator. of said estate. and KRIBBH & STEED. ange Center, Florida. / : Intestinal ailment, including, ap-'
"WHEREAS Twenty: percent of ask. for their approvaL Solicitor for Complainant. 10-lt ..: One dose will convince
qualified voters of the City of Dated:,.r IB, A. D. II!!. PERTAINING '
I .. . Florida. . have' peti n.t. D. OVBRSTREBT. NOTICB OF APPLICATION'FOIl TAX '. TO refunded., 3. Z. Robenon,.
O. V. KRIBB8 W, the City Council for. a zg-?t Administrator. ,pEED druggist everywhere.
.. In the form of the pres.nt .
KRIBBS & I municipal government and the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAXNot4.e4s .I1Jottce: la hereby given that F. Artltur Christ' Church KID WABAHUl\IHER' '\\
'of a Charter Board as DUBU Nave, purchaser. of Tax Certificate? ,
Attorneys ..< -_... .... .. ... by i>three. certain petitions _. _ No. U15, dated the Tth day ot July (Pentecostal! 'ixi"'" rizona-.Th 01'/ ." ---. ,
"Kld '
--. KiMtnaMvr- '$* -" -fH.-with-the' eTty-eHerh. and by -- hereby !Riven tl.et-r-fl; A. r>. '181 J.-ana or Tax Certificate 7 Corner, iJracK: and ualc (;
Certificate of J R. dllbert as Lawson, purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. IB 90. dated the 7th day of June, A. D. John Shoemaker, ot,,Phoenix,.
1 Geaeral. s...etl.... I. all .. Clerk' of the City of Klsslm- 839 and Tax Certificate No. 940, 11110. ha filed said certificate. In my Walter Lorens put over another knock out. This
Halted State V.u. .., Florida: both dated the id day of June, A. D. office and has. mad application tax the lad who enlisted .y S
THEREFORE, Be It resolved. by isis has filed said certificate In my deed to Issue In accordance trl law. Sunday School in the army
City Council of the City ot office and has made application for Said certificate. embrace. the following 5' sire of 14 and served months

Pat Johnston O. P. .. ..: iThat tax deed to Issue in accordance. with desorlbed situate In. Osoeolti -10:00 a. nu-.Sunday schooL. the A. E.' F.. ,has, received a.
an election be held on the laW Said certificates embrace the following r..operlY.
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F .. '
County !' national lesson.- Classes for .
appointment
day of July. A. D. lt>22, for described situated In ; to West
JOHNSTON & purpose of electing .a Charter Onoeola: County ftYlo- : Beginning Lot at the northeast: cornerof 11:00 .'a. m.-Divine A school boy when the world
s : Lots II and ib. Plnedale; Lots 11 and 76 of.th. Florida Land and Impro..m..nt cial bible teaching. started. Shoemaker '
:t.OLVE: Fuhi..r. 21 Pinedale.The .. Company' Addition to the somehow
-I that five
-.r.PffiC.I) ; 10, 11 and 12. ... .. qualified voters of the said land, being. assessed at the Town of Klmlmmee City.. run *, ,,ulh 1811 7:15 p. m.-Young. People's the' sharp questionings of, a'
of KlsslmmeeFlorida. shall date of Issuance of said certificate III feet, went 60 feet, north 1811 fee east ing. officer- and enlisted aa a
Building. the said Charter. the name of Dr. Wm. Osenbach. Unless CO eet to beginning..* 8:00 m.-Divine worship. of a machine
to perform the duties' out said certificates shall be redeemed. The south 441 feet of Lot 76 of the p. gun company. '
KISSIMMEK.' :: by Sections 171 to 1985 both according to law. tax dEe 4U-Issue Florida Land and Improvement Company testimony. Inspirational Infantry,.and was with the'out-
.3 of the Revised General. thereon on the *4th day-or July A. D.J. Addition to the Town of KUImtnee 2:30; p.. .-Tuesday. years. His home wa sin Jer-"

.... of 120 of the State of UU. City. ble class. City before the,war. His West
..," and. the five candidates I* OVEftSTU NET. The said land being. assessed at the
A receive''the ""Tilfrhest number Clerk Circuit Court, data of Issuance of said certificate 8:00 p. m.-Thursday. appointment followed a cam.
NEIP'S votes at said election shall O.ceola County, Florida. the name of H. A. Titter and Unknown. timony. Preachin". by the Phoenix American LeI '

thereby elected a. a Charter. (Seal. ) Unless said certificate* shall be redeemed Everybody cordially invited I and Major Claude Decatur Jones
Best For Many .. ZS-fit By S. H. BULLOCK. D. C., according to law tax deed will Issue services. Come." "Pray." whom Shoemaker took special,'
RESOLVED. Further. thai at thereon on the 14th day of August A. '
election onlv qualified .elec NOTICE OF APPLICATION; FiR TAX D, 121. lieve." :, . in military tacatlcs.

Good baths with water of the City of Kluslmmee. enti DEEI) J. L. OVERSTREET. .

medicinal well. Open :II to be vote entitled In the to vote City In election the said' Notice Is hereby. !Riven that C. A. Clerk Oiceola Circuit County Court Florida.. Christian_Church ,DESERVE THE_INCREASE:; .

.... . Straulj. purchaser. of Tax CertificateNo.
Thursdays Saturdays : :! ElectionRESOLVED (SEAL)
A short Further that H. N. 66. dated the Tth day of .lnA- D. By S. H. BULLOCK. Allen J. Miller Pastor. ton..By a unanimous vote '
m; to 6:00 p. m. CV. Orlffln and J. .Mc- 120. has filed said certificate my Il-St Clerk. .. of representatives aiaa
Kiaaimmee. Phone 208. .. .. ahflll be Inspectors. and office and haG made application for Deputy 10:00 a. m_Sunday Behoof bill pass
tax deed to issue In accordance with proposed by the.'American
Bullock clerk at .ald.I..ctlon.
) Yowel!
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS superinten law. Said certificate embrace the. following to increase the allowances for '
Orders for the water RESOLVED Further that In all described preperty. situated In 11:00 a. m. Sermon. to blind and dis ,
lat 614 Patrick .. O.ceola County, Florida, to-wit: The Board of Public Instruction of "A Christian Sacrifice." totally ,j
residence
d Special
}: n.b..lheld.1 Osceola County Florida will receive world war' veterans from
c.t 0 : the same Fractional &U of 8H of.SW% ot this $20
.. lection held NB14 and NWtt of SHU Park Garden sealed proposal. for furnishing labor enjoy meeting.: a month. *
nn are now :
CHAS. NEID: the Clt of Klsnlmmee for the *. In Section St. Township 15 South for the construction and erection of 7:00 p. m,-Chri'jiian ,
n of City Officers." Range z> Kast. an addition to the school house at 8:00 m.-Union services
Notice The said land being assessed at the Campbell, 'Florida, until 10 p. TO BE .,AIDED
,,1* hereby Riven ktha
; t a Kpeclnl Election will be held In date of Issuance of said certificate In m.. July 18, 292!. at the office I of ; tist church. Preaching by -
City of Ktdslmmee Florida. on the name of W. J. LaRue. Unless said County Superintendent of Public Instruction 11. Dresch. D. D. modlfi.
York
Vrt, 21. A. 11. 12.2 at the regular! pou- certificate shall be redeemed according Klsslmmee. Florida. Plans 8:00 p. m. Wednesday City.-Under I a '
Offlce. ; ,
Telephones 318. place In said city for the purpose to law", tax deed will Issue. thereon on and specifications will be on file at the of the New'York Veterans' Ee-" ,
I idence No. .. In the above-quoted Reaolu- the Z4th day of July A. D. 111I1. office' of the county superintendent.The Meeting.We Act, denendants'of disabled ex-
J. Li OVER8TREET, board reserves. the right to re- welcome you to worship
Mlours 8.SO to 12.00; 1.OD< : men in hospitals
: : are eligible
( ; !! my hand as Mayor of the Clerk Circuit Court. lect any or all bids us. '
,1I of KlHBlmmee. Florida and my Osceola County Florida. BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, a Month benefit if the veteran s.
DR. B. L. a* Olty CI.rk.o( the City of KI.- (Seal) By C. B. YOWELL. STOP LOOK maintained In i the hospitals)
.. .Florida together. with the cor Z8-6t S. H. BULLOCK. D C. Sl-Zt County Superintendent. -
government.
DENTISTOfflce .. seal of said city this the 7th
of June. A. D 1922. NOTICE: OK ADMIKIKTHATOR FOB<< NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR TAX We welcome you to our '
Ov.r The Rexall H. R MAY.A. FINAL DIHt'HAIIOK DEED Where do you'; spend your

Mayor of City. Klsslmme CORN, 4'OWPRAIJ.If...... .
J. R. GILBERT In Court of the County Judgre. OsceolaCountv Notice I* Hereby Given That A. M.ThlBholm evening BHKO. OK HUMFor tmi ..
) "State of Florida. In re Estate purchaaer: of Tax Certificate Come and enjoy with us, at shipment All seasonable*.
A. City Clerk City of Klsslmmee. of George W. Marsh No. 60. dated the 7th day of June, A. o'clock," a lively Christian and Vegetable Seeds. Write. for
Notice" la hereby given to all whom D. 120 ha* died said certificate In my at the Christian List and Catalogue. Our bea. *,'
JESSIE D. It may concern that on the 19th day Office, and ha. made application for meeting, ) and Instructive.. catalogue I. free ,, '.'
': C'lHOITr COI'HT. 1TTH .J"''l>l- of July A. I;. 1922. I shall apply to theHonorable tax deed to issue. In accordance with grlve ,valuable Information"' on '
....1, CIHCI'IT. Foil O H. KOI.AOUNT1. L. Comer, Judge. of said law. Bald certificate embraces the following St John's (Episcopal) ; and gardening for Florida. and '
Copying r_ 'Stenographic '. KLORinA. tl.Nl.a.HY.. Court. as Judge of Probate for my final described property situated In Write to u. today for

discharge as administrator of the Osceola Count, Florida. to-wit: Rev. L. H. Klrkby. : l.1 prlees on your seed require*
estate of George W. Marsh, deceased-
i Whlpple Complainant. ; Our complete stock will
Wtt of NH of Lot 2. In Section 28. en-
Phone 253. State Bank vs and that at the same time I will present .- us to supply to la
you advantages
to said court final accounts Township ilfi South RanK 29 East. 9:45 a. m.-Church school. '
j E. Mo h T. et al. Respondents.FOR my and quality.L S
t ECLOSUR K as Administrator of said. estate; and The said land being assessed at the 11:00 a. m.-Morning .
ask for their approval. date of the Issuance of said certificate '
BY PUBLICA- .
OF ,SERVICE TION Dated June 19, A. D. im. In the name of B. E. Salmon. termon. Subject: "Salvation i A. MARTIN [
SED'CO.
the. ReKpondents, Llda E. Moaher, J. L. MARSH. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed House. Winter"I
ld Robert Waring and Isabelle III Bt Administrator. according to law. tax deed will All are welcome- ,
Waring his wife, I.. H McCarey issue thereon on the list day of August "stranger within our gates" .. ... Larsjeet" See Hewte'l,
/ CITY Hasel McCarey his wife. and W.' GUAHP'AN'S NOTICK OP APPLICATION A. D. 1921. n....... '. .
Cramer unmarried i : FOR DISChARGE J. L. OVERSTREET S
appearing from the affidavit of (Seal. ) MetL.distchurch East Bay SU Jae.....vtlle.,nw .-
Boyer attorney and agent for C. In Court of the County Judrer Qaceola S Clerk Circuit Court. , .
., Complainant IB the above. County Stats of Florida. In re Estate -, Oaceola County. Florida. Rev.. R. F. ,Hodnett
.. cause that your places of resi of Esther Silas, Mlaor. Slit J '. By,/a H. BuUook..X). C. ,- .
are unknown: that there la no Notice Is hereby Riven, to all whomIt school.
a In the state of Florida service may concern, that I, aa Guardian of 9:45 a. m.-Sunday PLUMBING
subpoena upon whom would bind Esther. !!Ilia.. Minor.,' will on the 14th Over treet. superintendent.

and that you are over, the age of day of July A. D. 1111. four weeks 11:00 a. m.-Preaching b? SHOP
Fresh Metxt 4'L: *: from IbT.d hereof,apply to the Hon Love." '
tlio8tuJ rt h that you and each. IA Comer. County Judge of Subject: "Brotherly .'
appear In this Court to the' bill said County, for my final dl.char re' a* 4:00 p. mJunior League. :
.
11 .. Vegetables D.r:1921.filed on the 7th. day of August, such my final Guardian accounts, and for shall approvaL also present 7:00 p. m.-Senior League Nothing'T BIg ., ,'

I. further. ordered that this order. Dated: June 1*, A. D:- lift.It. . tional.
published. once a week for elerht : KATZ by K. M. Kats, 8:00 p. m.-Union services Nothing:. Too Small. : .,

.< k Phone 44 ."" weeks In' The Klsslmmee g-tt___Guardian.NOTJEpFADMI1U9TR&TOR tist church. Sermon by Rev. "
eMBSSBSSsscSSSIBSSSW
f" .Oatette, a newspaper published! 1fp
H. Dresch.' Theme
: ; "Wihy
County Florida. J roil S S . Work'GuaraR I *" : .;. .:" ....
: my hand and seal ot the rItA1DISChARGE Christian T" e

"" .. Court. this 7th day of,June. A. 4:00 p. mWednesday. 1 :
To Be Satiaf ;
1111. In Court of the County Judgr Osceola In The Bungalow. .. actery 4.
,': Court Seal) County, State of Florida 'i In re Estate .. .. '.. ,v '' ';*. \'
, S.
f...,, A DILL. J. ,JvBRgTR, .., '!. of Joseph Root, Deceased. .. :"FOR.SALE.S, : ,\ aoo p. Wednesday." ,. ft- '"V o'K . .....
: 1 -DENTIST"Over Clerk.' Notice Is hereby: given, to all whom It ,- Meeting." -> S - w
!
BOTBR may .concern, on SZd lay of >___ adwayi: Telephone 14$.
the Postofflce.vOrFICK .for Complainant.. 2<-tt July A. D. ta\- atr.apply to the FOR SALE*-Fifty" pony strawberry refrigerators PresbykrtaChurcLRev. __ _. -----4
Honorable T. L. Comer, Judge of said all HOURS: C to ll.JO. Circuit Court Seventeenth Judi Court as Judge of Probate for my bargain for quick sale. Wauchula Development '
Keaideace Phone' 174- Circuit .of Florida.. In and final discharge as Administrator. of the Company Wauchula. W. H. Dresch D. D., FORTOURSTpVEWOOD:; : ,
Osceola County. In Chancery estate of Joseph' deceased; Florida. St-Sto
OfBce L Moore. a Widow. Com and at the same time, rOht present to 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. . your orders for.veneerblockl')
versus Taylor T. Tindall said Court my final account aa Administrator FOR SALE-Two acres extra good
Laura. Tlndall wife; \Valter of said estate and ask for strawberry land, with splendid house 11:00 a. m.-Worship and split,blocks.at once for the; .um'
b.nl'Ta
and his wife, their. approval. well shaded and nice yard. wood barn Sermon bI.Rev.. David: months Blocks delivered .nt"

:r..n;: n Notice of Masters Sale: Dated. : June ll, A. IX 1922.1'RARES and flowing well. Price 11250. Theme:. forvlZO\ blocks0 split,for stove.
the under- ..
Is hereby given by
ROOT Term.V.. also have a small placeIn ,
Hopes. full strand .3.15
M' heretofore. guaranteed ,
Master
.. a Special ap t -8t. Administrator. town to let on shares for straw
.. -lrr thbo..eeauthat 7:00 Junior. delivered.Phone.oi>> iie,.JJraclC
: pur- berrygrowing:, where owner-will"- p.-m.--- ;" :,
to a final decree entered. In said !; OTI Real Estate on the 28th day of-June 1112.3 1 who We'
can give proper references 7:00 .
t. and sell p. m.T7&enior
offer forsale at public In The Court of County Judge State of b.ve. SlVi tract on Dixie .
. I II' for cash In hand, to the high Florida. In the Estate of Jno. M. Highway close acre to city, good house:; deavor. ( :
bidder on Monday August 7th. A. Lee, Deceased, Osceola County.Notice 8:00 Union services .
m.
:
favorable termsof p.
'"' and at bargain price on
: V Realty Bought 1P2X. between the letfal hours In hereby given to all whom it
oo"r payment. Many bargains in Florida tist church conducted by Rev. \
.. In front of the Curt House may concern that on the llth day of 6. :
Houses rested. ... ... Osceola County. Florida September, A. D. 19SI. I shall applyto homes and Investments. Nelson Dresch D. D. Theme: "Wh"
.
following described. property to- Realty Company.FOR "
Taxes paid and Titles ; the Honorable 1' 1* Comer Judgeof RENT-Fine modern home just Christian!
: laid Court. of for
as Judge Probate
Southwest Quarter (SW 4 ) of vacated: at 18J Main, street-splendid 8:00 p. Wednesday -
fed for non-residents. ; my final discharge as Executrix of the Malaria, ChilU .a.d :Y.i.r-:
SE of Sec place for permanent residence. Also
Southeast Quarter ( % ) estate of Jno. M. Lee deceased and service. _
Fire. Life and ; Twenty-four (24), In Township that at the same time I will presentmy residence; modern corner. Main and .. or BUioa Fcrer._ It kiIUta! !, -i',
(SO) South. Range Thirty-four final account aa Executrix of said Vine.. furnished. or unfurnished. See SWIMMING
,'I surance. East, containing forty acre, more estate. and ask for their approvaL F. B. Dow 7 Vine street. Klsalmmee. &.' .::, .'
Indemnity Bondi..saa . 1..... Situate In Osceola County. Dated July t, A, I). 1921. S E OF NATION.AL S ,
.. DORA B. LEE. ARE STAGED FOR. -
,
.... . ..... . July 6, A. D. 1612. tO-St Executrix.In FOR SALE-Wooden) washing machine _
4. :
CADEL.As .
JOHN 8.
; nearly new. Apply to I Main Rollins college announces
Special Master In Chancery. Circuit Court Seventeenth Judicial street. 0-tf arrangements have been ; : 1 '
A STEED' Circuit of Florida, In and Go '
for Complainant. 30-It for. Osceola County. In Chancery. RABBITS-Have a number of young the Southeastern A. A. U. .
P. A. VANS 1 C. P. Whlpple, Complainant. versus .- New Zealand Reds ready now. Prlxo championships which are to be

OF APPLICATION DEED FOR TAX woman.Elisabeth Isabel Donegan I. warlnpt.. a and single R. stock L. A. Ouessai St. Cloud Fla. Winter Park Friday and ,

-- September and 2. From all f'
Furnished
D. Waring her husband Respondents. FOR SALE. For Kent. it
OFFICES t. Is nereby. given that B. O Notice of Masters Sal. Room and No Trespass.'! Card... 10 tions this swimming meet will : '
I purchaser of Tax Certificate* Notice Is hereby erven by the undersigned cents each at The Gazette Of A. .. held in the south.
Winter Park SI and SS. dated the Tth day of as Special Master heretofore appointed n-lf largest ever Quickly
.... .. A. D. 11110. has filed said oertlfl- In the above cause; that pursuant .- from all over Florida as well P y ::1 ;
In my office and has made appli to a final decree. entered. in said FOR SALE-Fine residence property. gla, Alabama Tennessee and ;
."." for tax deed to Issue In accor cause on the SIth day of June 1111. I Apply at the office of The Valley Carolina will competo. ... ,
with law. Said' certificates em shall offer. for sale and sell at Klsslmmee. 1-tf .., ..
public Oasette, take *i, .. . ,.,". .
the following; described property. outcry for cash In hand to the high Rollina college has on t ,, "
i DR. J. J. HARVEY I Ij . In Osceola County Florida, to- est.bi4der on Monday, Auirust Tth, A. FOR 8A.LE-O. Vets Electric Wall la. probably the finest ob 'lumber ts
.j CHIROPODIST OF, D., 111,' between .the legal! hours of Plate. Practically new. At a reasonasl swimming course in the sooth *tim In. '
NEW of SW% of Section IS .ae. In front of the Court House door., price. Apply Valley Oa. ; ;, \lost selecting gOO4
I Will be.at The -ZII South. Range 17 East In KIsBlmme Osceola. County. Florida sette. S S 7-tf. ing the springboard 10 feet or in'matching "vp. The r um.J.: -
.
7th and 8th of each of NE% and NBU of SE% of the following described property to- I water's surface, the high-dive '
I .tbI on 2.. Township 15.'South. Ranare wit FOR SALE! -Two beys' suits t-year forma 15, 20 and 25 feet r. sent out tr..a-.her.-aa: be UMcI::
..l. The South half (8%' of Lots One old sis, velvet on. dark blue, one ?"
said land being assessed at the (I)and Two (!) of Black Sixteen (IS> dark' green, Russian style, white front the water and the the \1mflnUm amovat, jot :'werkx \
of Issuance of said. certificates. In ,of Robert Bass' Addition to the' Townof collar and cult, detachable.. Nearly. finish docks which are laid p.. Its Use'saves tisie as welt *f't\
name of Jessie Clark Klsslmmee City Florida. Said 4t-tf
SOI Main street
....) said certificates snail be 're- premises being In the Northeast Quarter new. Apply twenty lanes. .'.a..better,building-In eierJ" '
R bert'Riedol' according to Ir.t tax deed will' ; of the' Northwest Quarter ni1 t Winter Park and Rollins ?-,
: : thereoh on the day of Jtily. NW4)' of Section Twenty-two 't1Z'. WANTED. easily accessible from all And..our prices speU econ.m71 ...

IIU Township, Twentyfive ((28) South. WANTED--Youn. In Klsslmmeewho Florida and the sooth, being time v '
U. j L. OVERSTREET. Range Twenty-nine (It) Eaat. lady .!. t/f.: ;
Court Seal Dated July .. A. B. ..1925.TORN can and. has time to Bret. up main routs of the Dixie ,
Clerk. Circuit Court. S. CADEt.. credit reports. Address. Orlando on the main line of the:Atlantic ,

': Novelty Osceola County. Florida. KRIBBS As' Special* TKBD Master,( In Chancery.- .. Credit S Association.-Orlando, Florida.Sl-tto Line sonville.Enteries railroad 142 miles close south YARI)i .

.
Solicitors for Complainant. tvCtOVARniAN'S .
or APPLICATION FOR TAX NOTICE or APPLICATION AGENTS WANTED-Sell the original AugustZ6. : .w1&hW. Green Telephone 220 f: tsUSSIMMEE -1:

: Works DEED FOR DISCHARGE Watkins Products. Good city wonderful territory Park. ... r.L:; 1' .& 'FLOR1D&c ,
4 still open. Get our -
t. Is h.r.by given, that. R. F. Be- In Court of the County Jadre. Osceola offer and free samples. Writetoday. ,-- S .-
purchaser of Tax Certificate No, State of Florida. In Re Estate J. R. Watkins Company. Department S
\;., _- dated the Sth day of July, A.; D. County of Miriam T. Mangrer. Minor. , TS. Memphis. Tennessee. ...rvysjTjTM* vmvuvvv ..vvv... s.se..e.OO '.' "v w<" .i ..-

has filed said certificate In .my Notice 1. hereby given to all whom it .-atE :
I" HOUSE BILLS ,A .. and has made application. for tax may concern, that I.' as Guardian of \
to issue la accordance with law Miriam T. .Mnnsrer' on the FOR,RENT
IL, ALL INTERIOR FINISH' certificate embraces the following Sth day of . .ut..orbwnl. eight I N4S ,UA'N79E.7' ; :

"'"WINDOW AND DOOR ...Ibed property.situated In Osoeola. weeks from the date hereof apply to FOR JtJNT--on.! small 'fl.-r_ ,, i t; I ,
to-wlt _. : L,
t' ".. Florida : the Honorable T. U. Comer, County house en FlndUy avenue; pVloe IS < >
4 WINDOW AND DOOR .. one-half Interest In 1H Judre of said county for my final di.ohargsaa.uchOuardiann4hait.- ntb. J. M.' Duncan. Manager. :
-1"" v .t..D--U..1'o..P8blp-Sl..aou .per. m -. --5'i... I,"" -............. _.L.--r. '- :i--
%1. --- ,.! of' '144t -S +--- -S S tH
jy ---T| ; phone 218 for E .. :I' East. also" present my. final accounts for approval -
,. '
: said land being assessed at the FOR RENT- Two-story six-room !
of the Issuance of..aI4 certificate Dated July 10, A. D. KM. ,* house, unfurnished on Dixie High H 'SERVICETHATS: ::' 'V.
,,.!; ., name o( 8 oW. Pinch. Unless ,MARE MUNGER: .w.y-401 Main street.. Appl.t; office ,, !,
and Halsey certificate shall be redeemed ao- tl-St ..ardlalIn \. of The Valley Qasette.- at JOt I .
\\I.'_ ? Darlington to .law, tax deed., will Issue Mala street. SltC : (' I TISFIS r I :

. ,*.ISSIMMEE .! .:-... t :, .. on, the Zlt day of, August, A. -, Circuit .Court. Seventeenth JudU ' ., '
II'a.., ,". <' cia Circuit of .. .' > :: J. I.dYER5TRBET.: &ad. for the County' of Osceola,- I* Modern convenience Low ,rent for S

*>- . mm m_* Cur** Clerk Circuit Court. .' .,, Chaneery'. 8.t B. Owen
% I\ 6 Fnit. Iii.. : .. xOweola ,County, .Florlda.. the Waters "..' Carson Grocery >the. lowerfloor INsURANcMNcY.
) Companr- corporation, Complainant FOR RKlf'1'-Q.a on = ;- _
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!( oI" "a4 .. -'JJ,..:zAthisz'nEAnDE : versus Prl.-.John.on andBenryr S of the Wlllson buildIng on DarUngtoQ '

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"rt, bt J , EIGHT "THK KI88IMMEB VALLEYCAZErrE. FRIDAY JULY 11, 122if. '* <
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COUNTY GASH CREEPS WITHOUT STREET ADDRESS' jl"
7 BALLOT '
SAMPLE ,YOUR MAIL IS DELAYED tr -

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Ir", '-. NEAR MILLION MARK AT OFFICE OF DELIVERY :
/
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: : .' Bank,Deposits Exceed Sums The Dead Letter Office has been la ,
'r SPECIAL: existence ever line Ben Franklin' r-<;.
,' For Several Past Years .' service.
I'.,, started our. postal Oven then
$822,049.54'Carefu'l people addressed mall to !oIl''. EaeklelSmlthers
"Atlantic.. Coast" and expected ;
study of the statements of Hen to know just where Zeke .
: : the several banks of thls-county. will JlTed.. / .
.show that while money appears to be Perhaps they bad ZeVe's address la
t-CHARTER BOARD .ti2lht" Osceola can" b.,.by no means, letters up In the/garret, maybe a cheat r
styled "hard op. The people have full,of 'em, but'then it was easierto',
not merely stopped commenced spending saving1.?-they Confidence have. let Ben hunt Zeke. Today people are Igy .,

for a.> short time quit workingon addressing.I ett e" to John Smith, New .
''y schedule-but it Is now beginningto York, N. Y.. or'ChlcaJrO, III, thinking'
-- labor overtime and the followingaummarieiottturtina11ciattnati Uncle Sam CAn locate him which IsjnetssineomplataaswaaZaka'aad.
;
n -,, -. _w r
I tions of the county will show that dro*!' of.yore. The Postoffloe
k ( .. there is now an excess' over what inenf asks yo u to p4. the'
ELECTIONSATURDAY statements of the immediate past street In the address. 'It help
have given-and this, too, at a time Dep.r1 I.
of year- when "there i II nothing com. '0I
Ine in:" .{ '
The Merchants and Farmers bank
has on individual deposit $101,805.-; I .I' :
. 90; ,savings deposits, 2510.84; demand ...
certificates of deposit, $736.32; 'i' .'
time certificates of deposit, $850.00;
a total of 10717521. How do you,expect the Postal Clerk
w-- : : JULY 22. The Poineer bank. Saint Cloud, has to know whether you mean Trlaldad, .

on savings certificates individual: depocits of deposit deposit, $13,286.17, $120,774.90$40,523.08; time;; CalifornIa ALWAYS, or 8HKIX Trinidad OUT, Colorado THE NAilH < ..

U cashier's checks outstanding: $1,550. OF THE STATE IN. 'FULL IN THHADDRESS.
.
64'; a total of $176,184.79. ;:; r JM,
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
The Bank of Saint Cloud has on individual
k 0 deposits, $77,150.27; savings "MORE BUSINESSIN _.
rt 0 deposits $55,867.20; demand certifi- GOVERNMENT" \
cates of deposit, $3,600.00; time certificates ..--
of deposit, $36,318.38 cash-

I '" Write in the names of Five ((5)) Resident Qualified a er's total checks of 18222023.outstanding 9384.38; ; dent This Ha apt ruling's phrase first was message used In to PreI-i.Congress -,

The Bank of Oaceol.t County has and applies particularly In postal

_a Voters of the City of Kissimmee' for whom you desire on savings individual deposits deposit, $56,512.13$201,201.00; demand; being management Impressed where with postmasters the fact that are '.J J.'-
/ certificate of deposit, $27,000.00; they are managers of local branchesof
time certificates of deposit, $8,207.73; the biggest business In the world.

; to cast your vote as members of the Charter Board. checks certified outstanding chocks. ,$950.00$2,618.45, ; cashier's; a tonal i iI


*: Make a Cross Mark before the name of your choice of THIS 35651931.MAN LOST ALL HOPE I HERE COMES. A STRANGER! -to


4 Philadelphia. hero of the world
Let's make our post office look I: "
neat '
Your Chamber of Commerce Recommends the Following Ballot: war, five, but times without wounded work: at and ChateauThierry withno Mr. Postmaster. Straighten up the "4:. I .
prospect of government compensa- rural letter box:, Mr; Farmer. Tidyup **
tiin to which he was entitled, Daniel some, Mr. Hurst Carrier. First :
t 1' Webster, of Philadelphia, committed Impressions are leering Maybe Mr. J
VOTE FOR FIVE suicide and would have been buriedIn Stranger, taking notice of these Improvements ,' ;-
,t V N a pauper's field had not the American will come back, bringing J
--
Legion given him a decent bur- yon benefits. Start these with "POS ',,'.\\I
X iala. TAL UIIMlOVEilBNT) WEEK"
--- O. P. GARRETT '
I-6. i..1'f "'
wa An Illinois physician, 81 years of ;
: X age diagnosed own ailment and
,
J. M. JOHNSTON wrote his own death certificate which HUMANIZING THEPOSTAL .
a was signed by another doctor after
: X O. F. KQIBBS' his death. By proclamation. President SERVICE. :;a
\ riardinsr has set aside a 193-acre tractIn : to
the Nevada National Forest as the
Ao" ..:J. X J. E.' LUPFER Lehman Cavea national monument.The There Is no unimportant persoa ... '' ,
,'f '] r caves are near Baker, Nevada at part of our service. It Is a total of '.
'Ill" X the base of Mount Wheeler and are at human units and their co-operation Is ,
: WHW..1.\,:; T. M. MURPHY :an elevation of 7,200 feet. They contain the key' to Its success -In Its last ,
k ,,;" ..." ,", , stalactites and stalagmites;*galleries analysis postal duties are accommodations '
.': and columns! of rare beauty.A performed for our neighbors :

,. e : :' Stop! Look!! Listen!!! The Official Ballot shall. contain only the toy balloon released in Waukegan and friends and should be so regarded, ..1-
rather thnn .hired service '
Illinois, was found 11 days later as a per- r 1.JIf"!
;' \ Blank 1ft Altoona, Pennsylvania a. it detcended formed for an absentee employer.' .
I without The
": ';< Spaces any:: names. names of those wish .i
you in the street. The .d strance Postmaster General Hubert Week ., )

x ..to",vote 'for'must first be written into these blanks and the' X placed miles.between, the two cities is about .650 We are asked for a definition of 'I,;I; '

: : A man in Kansas courtesy Courtesy, the Missus' tells -.4.4Lis '" ,1
City 30
i before the names. got years is what t"1.
: for' stealing 30 cents worth of keeps a woman smiling r
k .4 ',' ,:', } .,'.We Americans have groceres. faults- when a departing ,guest holds the ,
our screen door and lets the ..
flies in.
but vra do hate to,see piker. open r r

SPRUNG f IT,ON EDDIE SPRINGS HAD, BIRTHDAY PIE oo.o.oo..oo..oooooooo. their many The continent of Asia, nearly six. i
,
'... '" '' .". a Despite and obvious times
""* "" <> -?" a ; the size of the United States, ,
.
r"t D"y.'the municipal' conrt EddieSpdngi .An"extremely recherche affair I was ., THORNOGRAPH [!_SOClEIrSREALMJGUESTS faults our college turn out a few good has only one-fourth the railway mfte.q :..
+, :. .. pitchers, every year. ... ,
; ,. colored wa:,;'fined',ten...and held Sunday evening at the residence O ONE REASON-- - + I age of this country.-. .;' .
;_ ,costs-Friday 'because,of his fighting of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harper 606 a WOMEN HAVE WHY SOME I : .. .:
SUCH ;
,:proclivities and hU way of demonstra Emmett street when nearly a dozenof *, ILL FROM THE
LUCK WHEN
tion. 1 The fight occurred the Sunday the intimate friends of Sam Story O THEY GO MAT. NATIONAL CAPITOLMr. ' A -
previous but the had made a called to him their RIMONALLY FISHING IS BECAUSE a t ,
scrapper pay respects.As < THEY 'and Mrs. M. D. Alexander, of
Oa
USETOOMUCH
I- .fet-eway. Chief,- f.Yoliee Driggers. honoree Mr. Story has but littleto the Orlando Road, are entertaining
s {..Una sure that be would'return in say-r-except that the refresh/Rents O PAINT ON THE BAIT. O Miss E. May Winter and Miss Violet
x, time for the ball game of hU fellows and the decorations were charming.The 400..0..0..0.0..a. Winter! of Washington, D. C., and
on Friday, slipped to his house before birthday pie bore the customary neice of Mrs. Alexander, who are FTWAreH1 .
_ f breakfast: and made"the arrest-thus candles, three.-count them, three; Some men lead a peaceful home greatly enjoying this section of Flor.
p'<' aIlO'Wb1&"th..matter to be adjudicated and that's that. The affair was chap- life and some have wIves who call Ida and the pleasures being afforded j
.
r I'IWO""e", the...', game- comp- enced., _eroned by Mrs. Harper. them "darling" in public. t t them. I,

GLADDENED ANNIVERSARY I '

',? .. .IWII III I IIIIIU 1lIIIIIIIIiI IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUil1II11II1illlll IIIx I WITH Tuesday FLOWERS being the AND steenth FRUIT anniver-I NEW ONES f .:-

y sary of the birthday of Mrs. J. B. Mc- i :
Neill, at 318 Brack street, a numberof .r.
: ,
,
,
,, her neighbors and friends called on "
"'! ," === her during the afternoon Are '
-each carrying They Beauties Too .
,:
fruit or flowers, or. both and ;
the event proved a very pleasant
shower for the matron. The affair
YOUR BANK ACCOUNT ; was wholly informal. .. : :

CHARMING WEDDINGAT WHITE KID, PATENT LEATHER TRIM,

Thm Bank Willa.is. like a tree planted by the side of the Miss DERBYSHIRE Katherine RESIDENCE E. Derbyshire, ONE-STRAP PUMPS. MADE WITH JUNIOR ..1.

. waters, it __ daughter of Dr. .and Mrs E. Derby ,
'I.
LOUIS
shire, 422 Bryan street and L. C. Tyler HEELS ;,
WILL YIELD ITS FRUIT of Wooster, Ohio, were joined In
Ability wedlock at'the family home at nine
in season. o'clock Thursday' monilDl'Ke.. William ,
Landiss, of Saint Cloud, officiating SEVERAL NEW :'
: and 1 ".. STYLES IN PATENT ,
. r -in the presence of a small gather
r Ing; of the most intimate friends,elf 'LEATHER CUT-OUT :
WillinsnssW. . STRAP PUMPS ;"
Prosperity the family. The ring ceremonywas
Fruit of Your used. The occasion was a.deughtful MADE WITH THE NEW : (
. to Seri, Independence affalrand..was followed'by.a'delicious e. BOX HEELS : : .
) Juncheon. Many handsome gifts) I. ',".
--1s In1luenee were tendered the couple-the principal
gp Bank Account offering two thousand dollars ,
being -
'DEPOSITS INSURED HappinessContentment in gold, the gut from the The Prices on these> ,Elegant Styli] "
groom ,
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to the bride;; + ,

Is' I ceremony Miss Derbyshire in beaded was.aaDdeoJ gowned red for canton the ish Goods have been Made ': r
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)4( crepe; which 'was afterward '
changed to a dark-blue tricotine traveling Right'U;

la 4 r c. ; .. ./ Place your.money' where it will 1 be safe toe for gown a ten-day and grey: automobile hat before touroi lear.

". ', .. :for".you the statothe couple going direct" to Please J remember that H
i DeLand. From that point they will TS- we carry 'a "
a y IN YOURTOLDAGE It a4-many'points'in Florida-as"can '
+ r ": Open an .Account with us.S. be seen In.the alloW period-for in ,fine line of HOSIERY- -
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about ten day their will leave for their every p ;
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; a future home in.'Wooster'where the .
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a.'U: "If > ,, may !
'1 i A 'C They, plan -to'spend next wint.erdntheir appropriatelyworn 7

: I Ik. where tiewiy)Ir.Tyler aeqvtred last spring home,In purchased DeLand. ';' :.worn ',WJ- these'shoes. '

B JkLOf: a fine grove from which city they wilt 't
: Os'q Ql .Couty *revisit CrefoinpIannInirr: alT portions :of salU this eta Ins better. :. ", ; It::...: ?

food better clothinr;better housing, "
and more,of,;e.things in I life i one :

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the scandals reported'in Hollywood, r
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