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 28, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Farmers'! Week BeginsOn Gandy Strawberries LosfGOVERNOR .
Water Gushes From Depths ifAmendment Shall Be
, .' Monday, August 14 Have Finest Flavor

ON, THE NAVE IMPROVEMENT. IAnd Offering an especially. ,instructive. Every grower of strawberries in Os- CAN ARRANGETHATReap"ortionment'Will.Follow
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program the college of agriculture ;
.. cools county should grow for his own
University of Florida extends ln. I
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Tile-Laying Soon Begins vitation for. farmers, their wives'and I use a considerable bed of. berries of the ,

,. C.ndyv.riet": as they are reputed to ,
families, to spend a week; on the campus ;- '. .. '. ... -
t Cave's Well Gives Good ,' commencing Monday, August, 14. be the most, delicious in flavor-and! Matter. ''Entirely In HandsOf

.; Flow: Will Sub-Irrigate' WILL AVON-PARKERS\ Several other states have adopted 'tyhe yield Is usually abundant, The HE SAW CALIFORNIA Governor Who Has
this plan, and it has 'proven highly I Candy is a dark .red.in tint, and the'
: --=-His-Fifteen-Acres ," j- :BEbOOD-LAnER1HIS? atl.factory..nd It is expected: that flesh varies ronrarbrllllant" "next FERS-lISSIMMEE Full"Authority ;

\. the farmers' week at the agricultural the ,skin to. an almost white at the 'Papers over the state, '
F.' A. Nave has struck a flow ,of are taking +
college will be an annual event. here. core; they are not a, solid berry--and but. little interest In the !
: water; on the ten acres he proposes to With.Chubb.Pitching: Locals after proposed "
.i for that reason they-are not what. Piano Visited His Old State amendment to. the constitution regardIng
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'f.;; Irrigate Out Avon'Park The women of.the farm homes ..reespecl.ny may be termed a good shipped, al "
Shut Accumulated New Ideas ,
The history of the well. Is :f prlef.! :,, : apportionment.,Many of them
", On Mondayy-Jtily 10, this five-inch By Score 6 To 0 is invited, and a ..peel.lcoune' though'even when ripe they may be! Now Goes To'Work'"Yee are .strongly urging that the matterbe
arranged for them. This 1 handled satisfactorily a hundred miles
d.feated-becau.e the
well "spudded In." There proposed reapportionment -
was was no '
( _. belief that a flow would be struck .. (Bob Grant) will be conducted by the home demonstration feway from the field. ,I had a great time every minute ' will be,.still unfair to
-. though. within a few hundred .feet Up until about two. weeks ago Avon agents, and an excellent pro- ;;f The Gandy Is larger than the ordinary : of,the day and night all the time the' southern portion of ,the state

there is to be found a well that carries Park thought they had a ball! team.! gram has been. arranged ?or. berry, and there are, furrows, f was gene," said Harry,Piano,'manager : at the same ,time| they are relying up-'* '
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a considerable flow-but neither They were so sure,about it that someone At $1.00 a day one can get board running lengthwise.. These furrows of the Kissimmee ,,branch,of the on'the governor to insist that the next
the .driller nor Mr. Nave anticipated down there sent a telegram to and room on the university' campus. Are two or three' in number and so Florida Citrus Exchange, '' upon'' his session of the legislature take up';the
4-.w the one being driven would the Manager Story to the effect that the Those taking advantage of this are tieep are they that the berry easily return from his ,special trip' to the matter"and aee'that the work U airly

same characteristic, All that have' Cowpunchers were afraid to play them requested to' furnish their own bed splits between the- fingers as will a.Ipened Pacific, coast* In company. with Mrs. put through with no loss of time., 4 N
expected '
well sufficient-was again. A telegram of this kind requires linen, pillows and towels. '. perch: A 'half acre of the Piano and the children. "I knew much In an Interview.with Honorable N. ,'

water 'to was be a electrically producing to only one answer, and this the: However', those who prefer to live Gandys In several localities around about California.-more than many of C. Bryan,:who. has served two term

irrigate the ten pumped Home.:.Brews proceeded to hand out. In hotels or in boarding houses can Kissimmee would prove' a, moneymaking those who went on the trip because (fn the legislature representative from
property acres It took the form of two trimmings I find these in Gainesville at reasonable for those
Mr. Nave felt that if he could healthy proposition .who can t' used, to )live there: and although Osceola, countyhe'aaleil
se- for the boys from the Park. prices. There will be no fees or other obtain some of the original plants
cure.: enough water adjoining saw many fine places and "was shown "In my opinion I there is no 1I8CeMltT'for
five acres which.to irrigate he had an clean- One In Avon Park the week before I charges, and .everyone will be wel- pnd each box would create a demand every .courtesy by all members of the* this proposed ,amendment to he-

.red. ,and made, ready for tiling, In last and the other on the local park come. ,The county and home,demonstration ,jor many more. It Is probable that citrus industry from growers and voted upon. If it should carry, and the '
'!addition.up to the-ten under contempla- last Tuesday. Three wins and a tie agents are giving special attontlon .! plants could be. obtained from some Dippers I still feel that the industry' legislature should act upon it, It would,
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.K/Uon; he would be more than satisfied. Is the way SIte series now stands with .. to this event. Michigan specialist . fn Florida is always going to be'in ad- be found that' the proposed 'apporvtionment
Avon I don't think will --- --------------------
/ Steadily down went the drill; super- Park. we vance of that western state. All would be faulty,,and there r

intended. by J. C. Dibble, who h.proved have any more messages from that Entire County EnthusiasticAS soon as ,we 'of Florida. shall learn to would still be dissatisfactionamong' V!* .
an expert In his line. Never did section for some time. conserve In much of what we now the people In the'iouthem'potion'd; t
Tuesday's game was, easy, as the throw ; and It into the'"etate: lrU"'aboa1d"7be defeated .
away turn moneyinstea4
>1ae ,have to 'pull' the drill the 'entire ;;
distance sunk. Everything worked!1 16 to J>'score would indicate. Chubb SHOWN BY MANY SPEAKERS of turning it ,Into ,the trash that would be'grounds for the gevem.,

smoothly until Saturday afternoon,!'looked :after the hurling duties for the"manageriees" heap we shall all, every one of us, be: or to allow 'the matter, to go, by,default ,

after twelve working days, at a depth I(: local., and had as his Over Strawberry ProspectsMembership gin to make money and draw more. using the'vote.a: ; a ba.Ie.f0l'1
]1, of 864 feet and two inches, the water battery mate Scaggs' of Fort Meade. 'people to our state to Invest and such action.. As a matter, of Justice

a began to flow over the casing In considerable This was necessary as Manager Sam make their homes." however Governor. ..should. In-"
_ amount and with much [Story is enjoying a vacation somewhere Stock Sold Steadily By The ThermometerSaint Mr. Piano was among the group of. slat that the legislature make a' ,reapportionment .. ;

force. Not a moment was lost in in Tennessee. Chubh was Cloud People Are Most Loyal Citizens exchange managers who went as which would be fait. to
j good' as usual, setting nine men down -of this-- to- all-sections.-! '
guests great organization : T'-
sending word to Mr. Nave of the re- Only Co-operation Brings Success '
j Jon strikes and allowing the visituru of believe }.
suit; not a moment was lost in commencing California for the purposes gaining "I that some'o the suggestions
to pull the drill; not a moment -'{only five safe blows. His supportwas : More enthusiasm was shown at ail counties in the state. "Saint Cloud I information upon any land tall published have :been, wrong
. all that he could ask and Jie ,was 'ipoints,- and the managementIresdyfeels Some declarer that the should:
- was lost in the owner's making meeting on Tuesdayevening theGray.tone and Kissimmee ..re'bein&drawn nearer governor
hie appearance upon the scene of neverfnl'eal Iianger.Vryant: was where the spacious diningroom together-there is a greater spiritof that the trip will prove 'worth refuse to endorse any: legislation .
action. I on the hill for Avon Park and gave was literally crowded, than at unity; and if the little'red strawberry more than the cost because' .of the tit ths| reapportlonment has .been

"I feel pretty good over this,"said the Cowpunchers the small number .any previous meeting' upon any theme is to be the means of bringingall various things learned. made. Those people forget. possibly
i lof six hits, but his mates chalked upI for several Plans have been perfected, and the that a measure passed by both house*
Mr. Nave. "I was merely looking for j years Ir a good supply of water, and here I'm I I eight markers in the error column [ merged into action under the work for that product even though we work will ,soon be under 1\'II"y\ for the will automatically become a law-with,

getting probably more than 111 need and handed the game away. magnetic talks delivered by some.of shall at the outset gain nothing but construction of a procoolingplant in a certain period even,without,theo
(| The Home Brews opened the scoring for the Kissimmee cro.wera-tbi. :pfesi .mora signature and if be should
,for the whole fifteen acres. Things .! !the speakers.The experience! said the speaker before ;
look good for thisv project. The Ga-!*I 'io,>the fourth. Eddie Duke beat one topic! was strawberries.It ending his remarks. ent plan. contemplating an initial veto just bills simply becaustoi,jthe J.
6pt!arttap to third and Roberson get unit of three ears capacity. As soon body refused to entertaid the .
cette said this proposition would be was intermingled with plead- Rev. R. F. Hodnett told some additional reappo-
on by an error at first. McLean also the success of this plan has been tionment, there would be trouble I
:worth a million dollars to Kissimmeeand bunt ments for unity of purpose and cooperation things about the production of as ;
the county and I'm hoping thajj; :1 beat. it will.' Surely if I succeed in carry- I The trio of themes interlocked with intense cultivation and the shippingboth Continued on Page Seven) the joint assembly should "atroacIT'empha.izethe
.' .fng out all my 'plans there will be (: 'a 'firmness from which there was nc in small and large quantitties. need of,. and t\l.. desire. r
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'some good publicity obtained, and ,GET THE SOIL READY deviation; and the value of these three He had made more inquiries'In Plant LITTLE ENTHUSIASM'SH for, 'reapportionment.. Later, If no'

there will be many people ,added to was well considered by the crowd pre City since his previous talk regarding action was taken,' he should suggestmore
the population of. this county-for the URGES COUNTY AGENT what he believed"" to be the surest emphatically:a'..compliance wtth '

' ...me possibilities will be open to ev- sent.The hardest workers were Allison .crop Florida ,could produce," and he WN AT ELECTIONNames the state constitution;;, If that'was to- .i

eryone." T. French and W. J.'Steed-and there told his tale with no- attempt to lure sufficient Immediately upon adjourn, .

't .Several carloads of tiling have been Wilson Inspects Strawberry. were so.many standing second that no :his hearers by any. exaggeration. lie Suggested By Chamber ment \he,should reconvene;the* ,;entire),,

''I" unloaded on the ten-acre tract this \ Center To Corroborate one could name them ,with fairness. I stated that he was sufficiently con.. Of Commerce Selected body for the express.purpose of making '
week that : After the gathering had been called versant with soils this reappertJoamentthen '
.r adding a large footage to to,assert that the
I& '\ !fwhlch has previously .arrived; for Mr.1If1hl .I Pastor's Figures by Acting-officer French L. M. Parker land about Kissimmee, the' average ,. On Charter BoardThe there would ,havf to be awetea w..."

;s < Nave proposes to run his pipelines! '! By Leo,H. Wilson; : of Saint, Cloud,' made a stirringaddress land, was as good and productive as election. of five members to acts The'plea.:of, oom.sot' the riorthern:", .
. closer together than lithe cu.tom.1n ,' 'upon the' topic of The Spirit the average land around. Plant City; a' board to prepares charter counties to the effect that as" the leg-' v
Sanford and other,localities in Flori The growers pf Osceola county are of Unity. In words which bore no and he spoke of that city as one that be submitted to the rotors of Kissimmee Mature' has failed for the past three "l' '

da. "I have noticed that vegetation:: coming into their,own. Strawberries I misinterpretation the speaker declared ,had made good, not only In strawberries drew drew but a 'small vote oh decades to act'in, accordance with: the i

Is always the better immediately over will be planted the tune of 200 that all were brothers in the but in many other vegetables i Saturday, and C. W. Griffin, H. N. terms, of the, tatio''n.rdIq' '':
and near the tiling, and I'm going to acres this coming season. Since the :progress and the upbuilding of a community and told of the progress made by the Bratton, and John McPhatter M the expression "and each ten"'yeare.thereafter" .

Tiave this. piling done so as to bring cultureof: strawberries is a venturefor a county, a state, and Impressed bahks and mercantile Institutions, and Judges, and H. Stanley Bullock as ,hat nullified' the section ef i'
-the best results said Mr. N.vewho many of the growers here I will upon all the Intense need of I of the building that was now under clerk were! ,not, over-worked during the constitution' is( believed' by Mr.
has had considerable experience 'in give you some suggestions In.tae dropping jealousies and petty way. His remarks were well recelvel. the ,day. The woman ''vote was remarkably Bryan: and .many :eminent lap1'acw 4
- 'the work in other states. making of the berry crop this year. schemes to gain pre-eminence and I Leo Wilson had spent another day small-indicating a. lack of thorities to be' the view of extremists. .

&. The acreage he Is preparing to so Soil then unite in one supreme effort to tn Plant City; had put In all day Mon- interest in the matter which so deep- It,.Is.but common,law that,If a, kfailure i

r intensively cultivate will not be devoted The best soil for strawberries is the !force Osceola county into the lead of I:. (Continued on' Page TWO ly concerns (he! city1'-'.said the men. asa be made for any rasonto' hold
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a meeting ;or, io>> take action: : m '
. to strawberries, as many have better grade of the flatwoods. This ------------- -- general thing, failed to exercise : upon
*: expected, but to celery, lettuce/cu- is dark in color, sandy and level. The their right bf franchise. certain da to the'sefeat'and riapst,patoral <.;
AUTOS..KILUNG '
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MAINTAINING A CITY .
,. aben, and other products for soil should contain decomposed organic ARE The five 'names' suggested .by the coarse terms to: pursue Is to comply,
.-which there Is always a good market matter for good results Since the Chamber of Commerce drew the bulk with the at tbe'garliestmomentthereafterthe .

lathe early season. His strawberries berry is a winter crop, the soil should MEANS MUCH EXPENSE OFF HORSE-BREEDING of the votes although' change (if intention:,being shownto .
:" will be produced in another portionof warm up fast. If the soil is cold one vote for the low man would have remedy the lapse by as."prompt'. action w

the city. and wet, few berries will ripen duringthe I terminated In defeat of the quintet: as possible.. r ,,
...Mr. Nave is proving an asset to winter months. You will materially ' Approximate Cost of Car- Ten Years' Ago It Was Said named by the committee. >The entire Conceding that "|tlme Is the essence
benefit the soil for strawberriesIf ing For Gainesville With of all contracts"and admitting Jhir-
Kissimmee and Osceola county : The Horse:Would Soon matter was a tree-f -. -but there
striving In every way to encourage you turn under a crop of cowpeas, Some 6000 PeopleNow Become Extinct 'I was' a lack, of knowledge regardingall ty years la an extnme'lencth'' time
each land-owner to exert himself and I beggarweed, or a heavy grass crop names other than the five suggested for any "u.ence".to remain; there a
." how the world what be done herein thirty days before the to could be no" more legality ,in.:
plants
can : are that Kissimmee is consider Who knows.. how many horses are ; none knew even when casting the
the way of production to induce be set. ing a change in its form of government to be found in Osceola' county' vote, whether anyone else would qualify " to,the project by Waiting" until a;.multiple '
from other states to make anJn- Planting "a or- W.b ; of the ten years'should, ,be
men to commission form, s commission -j knows how.many horses were even if elected. .
pection. After an inspection Mr. There are two methods generally manager form. much will be in Osceola county "in 190T fifteen The, vote resulted as follows! : reached than If, speedy. .action'was-taki" '

. "'Nave feels positive they will take adopted for the planting berries in- said regarding the expense of con- years ago? I G. F. Kribbs .______._-____.___.;.._71 en. % lrlo1d'wwill"
: stepe to attain ownership. either Florida. If the land is well drained, ducting the city after such change What proportion. of equines has. George P. Garrett ____________--10 The people of South, ,,

4:. rj. rge or small tracts.Strawberries and there is no danger of overflow may go into effect: It has been declared been driven out of this county by the I I James M. Johnston __......-..- .-TO sion watch whiehm.Y'with great' b*concern tafcen'by' the Governor'concl..; ..

during heavy rains, the plants are set by some who believe they are incoming of the automobile in its various T. M. Murphy ___r__-_.__.____..- 7J -
Fruit (n 30 inch to 36 inch single rows,'that conversant with, the; proposed measures forms T I E. Lupfer ._.__._______..-- ,40 Hardee in regard to, apportionment "
''' .: Month After Month is in rows wide enough apart that, a that immediately will the taxei Fifteen years ago automobiles. were A. E. Thomas ...______..__.__,_.89 even though the unf.ir.haU'JU amendment,which
is admitted to be t
i- horse cultivator can be used. Where be lowered to,a lamentably small figure few in Florida. On the east coast This elected the first 4ven: mcd. '
-t.; ' "I have things fixed on my place so the soil is subject to overflow, the ;by others that here will be a notable there were but two can between Stuart Others for 'whom votes were cut defeat at the polls In,November.I"ri et" ,

f- ," (hat t eat strawberries every month double row system is advisable; and increase. As a-general thing ; and Homestead-according' to the were: :
CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN .
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'In the year, said R. R. Lay, yester- plant two rows to the bed, setting the property-owners are not s verse to assessor's books; and that Is a dis W. J. Steed, T. M. Clark, each bad ;
'\ 'flay, "It's just as easy that way as rows about) fifteen inches apart and paying taxes if it can' be seen that t.nce'of'' one hundred and fifteen 12 votes. ; N. C. Bryan, 83.; S. Cadel. MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION'Beginning : 4 ,

t'. 1 any, other-provided you secure the 12' inches apart in the row' With the I tome improvements are being made; miles C. W. Griffin, M. I. Stout, 6; H. M.Brattotv '
; .. right variety; and, whilo we thinknothing double what m.deare be. is : Katz .Tuesday',August .,1. and.
row, you save by' fertilizing I objections are It to be presumed,. therefore that J. Z. Roberson, H, VLt ,
of the matter, whenever we in the middle of the beds the two' under the form Joha Mc.Pbatter closing on the following' Saturday
cause, present pf government not many more than ,that number MM Miller, T. M. Rivers., u
, have company it is considered a fino rows at once and don't 1 lose the fertilizer there appears to be no one were, in Osceola county. Yet even 4; J. L. Overstreet. E. D, night it ia, the desire. of the several '

treat to place a dish. of fresh strawberries by washing during heavy rains. I person responsible for .a lack of Im then.when the, auto. was in such a KaUi. 'L-H. Gedge I.W..,D.-Ma1dn. organizations of the city, and endorsed'

on the."bl.. Each grower: must decide''how he provement.. primitive: form that more time was son, G. :M.' Taylor;, A. Rosen F r A. by the'.ntlre city council' tbat'a"gen', -
k,I .I i; ;Mr. Lay raising some! ,,pf what should plant according to the lay' of There is a little doubt the first year lost on the road by the needed repairsand Have :F' C. Bryan S. L., Lupfer' 2; nine ""Clean-up' ;.be,. made ''In. .tvejry

be terms the "Everbearing" variety: his land. Strawberry plants are set under commission-manager form of the overhauling than was con- G. W. Persona W..tC.. Baas. Milton section., of. Kissimmee.v. \,
,!',. berries. That ia how he gets that It Is therefore urged lip me, si mar1: 1 .
in ; will Dow"A-T.l'nmehJ. t
September and October to .make government proye more expensive sumed making t .mileage,the prophecy Pledger.; Alfred ;
Ii.w..71M is not.so Jarge;an acrerag.s'theis berries. The' session.' will' hire.-'. than the old format. the same time ;,was made that the daysof,the M. Willson.dark HowelL 8., H....Bullock or of KUalmmee-, most .emphatlatlhy"that t
,/i : will .be, when;behasjl shown -J ...... such clean-up1-be put', 'fosse' a !t: ; -
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great,deal to'plai,4h< the success-: pfgetting''th. accounts from ether cities have horse wet'numbered and it was aug.gested A,. S. Gilbert, 8ta11J.DocJc; ' "
t .; n ./as:'he intends to'bave'th.mf ., planta started off iweJV ;that there has been word accomplished that;f aomeon..should take a R.JC' Stanfoid.J.'R.Gilbert; ; ,:&; B. the days.above-named.' Let u4 bays

'd: .,-.ye re.ant't1mii.'ahonld'n.4gorighta *'jthere.la no ::reason' why'::at: the In Plant City tha/.grower: ,there waits Boring) that' er iod. ,......One ,C ef,Ithe.requisites good,specimen, kill iVproprr( mount AoltmutO.lientsPat3oluutonlLC.Harparj McJt.J'.j'jb.sanitary.taking.spteiit. perfectly: effort-deaa.amf ., '

until-the, son be-been:Mocked propertly at"nunager'ia; J his"abilityia lit, and place it In a nuseumtbatuttur.'geerrstlons ,, ; J.-, M. ,Hansell.) 'Lewis, 'lass
.:" ;t4toyt" else -proceed: to ac- the beds civil and filth aveS 3 VT- Oliver to'wipe out eVery,meeqvlte nest,' and
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) orzSwat are ready;to.pieat engineering reajoently nthe.'p.viag might. gaM; . OBryan, ;.l :
t '4awalate good prJcee'tor his:producer and the"soil is'ta.be,proper ...... ; of :streets, ia:"'makt !.r upon. ltr_ ..t.Ta v ":, = '- cleaning* away every! bit ef ;,nibbli*.:
'E ttf,, is the:"tlUt-of- n";,'.tllff.that; In other:'words.. aU'eonditionsmwt grade< In running lines:for sewers, it.back ,to the first questions. ,, p. B-, Shaver, principal of the Kissfmnee i Let;.the' city.* be'thoroughly '*_' ;

L. ,borings the pleasinc price,,and'there 4e,favbrabl.'tofget'tb./ plants grewIng and such -'work,:...he' 'earns at least Charles ,I.-: Bandy, :was eollector'of 'schools, returned home,Wednesday ;H., R.MayV ? ;
,Ia a great..t ture.tor Mr t.ay".If. he '' '. ;He was called Kentucky: .' Mayor: :of Kissimmee.:,? ,
well. :.The grower around; Plant one-half! : 'jM::, s ges,.:paid .him, :asOentlaaea taxes ia.1901 -fifteen years ago-and I ; \ f

: will. Inereasr'C ,-his holdings In, "this line.. (Coettaeed'c on_ 'Pasje eaves') s r'c,':.,1-(, .epj. :ran:Fight' ) ' ,ICpat/auea! .a Peer';Z'sat' 9: L:.I.to- attend .th.,funeral' of-.hi,father.- -l .Kissimmee, July i..,21'G. *" *" *.>.,r 4' .

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:'TWO 'THE"KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY GAZBTTE '7R1DAt'JULY; 20, IMS t' "

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.: .;' ; : . to ,Saint. Clouds;i prettr Uttta ,town'",b.) 'tN1th: COUNTTJiffH\JSiASfiC: ;: .' "- .. '

..j ,,' :; '7 I MfiWl TUlP a' pretty big.labe.r ,Went on' to KJsdmrnee . { water is' .callin.v.u" '
our Summer' .
or { name of which Irresistibly r.. (Contlno.d'' from Paar. On.) ,.

f J1lCillcn WROTE OCALA? EDITOR minds' every young ''man tfc> do- to day' in looking over fields and in eOn r" Com* to CLEA&WATE& ".

Lois of pretty girls with afew' of those who
i 't si pretty girl. ver ilng< had *On. '*X .rClear
there too. Couple of them taught In made successes 'in the culture of ber gaG .t,,

tSb.urset"o Chief of Ocala Star Tours Ocala 'school last year.1' ries. He had found none'' who, had < water's. Beaches offer you a most attractive place for'' -.' ":I'1 1

A Entire East Coast and "Klsaitnmee, the home town of the) made entire failures; occasionallywas your summer'outing! whero you can enjoy salt water surf bathing -' '

Right Honorable Walter L. Thorn- one found who had made less in the Gulf! of Mexico. Modern and commodious bath houses, .
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Florida'Papers
t Whcraulf' Central dyke, better kno"n.the, !Florida money than others,' but it.was usually amusement pavilions, fish dinners,,.dancing t bowling, fishing,

Breezes Blow, the state have press as 'Thorn.: For years I. had |,because'of lack'of work and care upon boating and above all, good motor roads direct to the Beach.'. . 'it'r,

throughout wanted to see Thorn, and though time' the ''part .()! the..grower,, ,RegardIng 'Zhe beautiful' Clearwater: Beach Hotel, modern' in every detail ' ' '...

t peen j the commenting"history" J most, H. Benjamin pleasingly, edit.or up.. was short 'hunted Up* his' office, In the .number. of plants set to the and. appointment I. open tho year 'rounJ., Available cottages, '.:'(1 yfor

REDUCEDrailroad Ion which I found him, and on gazing.up* acre he found some who' advised 20- rent. In spending you/ vacation at this world-famed resort, ':jj
Ocala has been writing .
the Star
y hotelRTES ) 1 of his extended, trip down tholength on his form') and features. was.not 000 others who '/Considered 22,000 you need not be taken away' from your shopping habits: .. ;'J.
nd regarding
coast from which disappointed; ,' the right...number; but a grower and Clearwater'a shops are second to none. Band Concerts are given ''; ':"tVJ
cf east '
( the of Kin f "Some people of shallow minds say seller of plants -declared that he never a( the Beach 'every Sunday. Write for, inf prination'to -
returned home
he by
,. )( r place way Thorn 1 is ugl'y, but to discerning persons advised more than 14,000 plants to BOARD '' .'.
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column in the CLEARNATER OF TRADE. .
;. .. .. I'lmmee. Some fifty like myself his handsome IntelI the acre; he did not wish to sell his "
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...... ..... been devoted to the story, '! ''
...M_; 'Star have I sect has left its imprint on his feat stock bad enough to overstock'a man. CLEARWATER FLORIDA :J 11

["Best >l5alKrn T5ea Kes"i -;-t I pach "1 Installment, interluded of which with Biglled"jhb ',urea. His\ face is distinguished I Mr. Wilson told of one grower who, .. .. ;','.
which rem-
!Florida i was don't believe there Is'another like it. two seasons ago, 801d'off'iW acres \.\\t i.
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,. I Iniscencea regarding of 'the old
many i He has a Norman .name, and If hedidn't 10,000 quarts; last year, however, because
r CHAMDER1COMMERCE2rtowlliapIj.ratwr. .Yrlenda Mr. Benjamin met during his insist on irrigating his face witha of various reasons he sold but I"f

tut Application I reached journey-the for writer in nearly found every warm town old. l smile ever and anon it would always 7,000 off the same tract; but the receipts tfi'me affffle time fa PitflfQtrp, ; 1' :

look like that of some stern old Norman were most gratifying. Mr. .i ;J

4G }(time acquaintances. Of hit homeward I baron, who from his battlement Wilson gave, also, some data a, to ...)

'" 1 Journey, he thus .,speaks: 'looked defiantly; out on a hostile cultivation ,this will be found ia another ..."

z $men ronjf, rowpRA MILLRT. "At Melbourne we took on supplies Thorn was busy. He was peck- column of this Issue. . .. .. .. ..... .. .
'. r CRASS KHU. .UHUIIUMU-Kor Im. KJsslnt- fvorld. ." .. ... .0.. . ... .
medf&ta__. Mp nent.rAll_ "I eaaonabLi ,for the fifty-six! mile run to .Ing1 out some of his inimitable stuffon When H. M. Kati arrtyed to take ,
Field and V.I.bl..ed". \Writ fur! tnthen waded out into'the wil-
Prloa List and Cataloguer' Our beautiful ,mee a typewriter and at the same'time charge of the meeting he stated that .
t' ) and Instructive catalogue! Is free \,erne... They will soon have a good and i f
to Methodist preacher. there one in the
valuable Information on talking a was no county more :1
and a/via jxoad there but good It isn't now. A IIIljT
1 farming and gardening for Florida and the proprietor of the paper, The Valley optimistic than he was. He believed .!.
today for from Melbourne came to
the South. Write to us few miles we i
S apaolal price on your 'aerd requirement Gazette. He invited me to take a that this was the'greatest chance: for S.
*. Our complete stock will en- .where a big convict gang was laying the of ta- Saint "
l" comfortable seat on edge a Kissimmee, Cloud and the entire
t abl* ui to supply you to advantage In leave the road
and had to
the
grade' :
Trio and quality, I ble, and fired a half a dozen questionsat county 16 forge ahead-but to do Such Pastries :
I and take to the prairie. This wouldn'thave .
I me. From the piece he wrote so it was necessary that there bt a
been bad if it hadn't been for the
I A. MARTIN SLID CO. about me later, I see he forgot half certain number of shares of the Oi-
bogs and streams, such as an auto !, (
.the answers. I was weary and need- cpola Growers subscribed for in order Biscuits, Pies, Cakes, as that
Ol.e.< a.< Larea aced !!.... laKlorida. can't negotiate unless it is equippedwith
him if "
I ed stimulant but when I asked that the many pony refrigerators
( I
snowshoes and
;I I .I JIC*-'ee Kmmt Bar at, JarkMavlll. *.Fie. pontoons. Getting he had any hootch he said his bootlegger might be bought. These refrigerators -
struggled -
the road
back on .j we was three daya behind on his were to be used in case a sufficient I.
through some miles of sand. Met a ;
schedule. I had no further interest number of buyers might not(
couple with a motorcycle and
young. in him and bowed myself out. make the platform a good selling-
sidecar, possibly on a honeymoon.Were t
a "Thorn's a character. He writes place; with the shipping boxes ready "
lots of difficulty, but
1 having a lot of funny stuff, and he also writes there would be no time )toe'. In ,fief -
GOINGTO didn't seem to care a darn. Girl' badly
a good deal of solid sense expressedin Ling the berries to market. ,
e sunburned but hadn't burned the i I H
sun
the most correct English He is bril A., r. FJ t-nch .hung up a ten-f<>otiherm ;.
her mechanic
smile off face. Our auto -
I liant, he has courage and he is a distinct > fix their machine, and we went;
helped asset to Kissimmee.." with gleaming red, and eacn decreemarkfi
I our* ways with mutual good wishes.A does turn out! It makes poor cooks good, and. Vaishown
a BUJLD thereon\ << indicated a share rfthe .
little farther we met an old couple { TOOK REMAINS TO IOWA ten-dollar stock sold. This was food cooks better! Your grocer handles it. ;,

who had a bad case of car trouble. I
Y not a donation he said It was nn Investment -
1QXi WAnted to help them but had no tools Died: Monday, July 24, in his sev ;

.AI,; fn our kit to cope with their difficulty enty-eighth year, at his home. No. 7 which had been made In other Bush Milling Co., R. C. Woodberr Company, \.i

4- : They could-obtain help further on Main street, John Frashier, from val cities and in every case where the Seymour, lad. Distributor
9 the heart. farmers were working' in collaboration Orlando'I
: walking for it so we reluctantlyleft vular affection' I
n L1Nima-J by with the business the stock
civil men
of the -
. .1 I them. Pretty prairie country, but Deceased was a veteran
nd had been resident of Kis immediately advanced in valuo many
until the road is finished will)) look better war, a
'. from the deck of an airplane. simmee for about three years living times its original cost. Strong! appeals that of the three hundred
Cress Pine and Cedar. Frashier. H -had were made by Howard Katz W.. NOTES FROM 'ST. CLOUD
Crossed the creek that flows out of with his son, Lee hares of stock in the association op-

Lake Helen Biases, which is the been a cripple for the past seven J. Steed and many other, and as the pn for sale Saint Cloud had subscribed '

'i We make Window and Door source of the Saint Johns river. years one leg being amputated at shares were sold the red rose in the for 75 shares and Kissimmee had tak- ii 1
Alfred U. :: has returned home f +
time and his heart trouble was tube. Twenty-five, fifty, seventy-five Cooley
Plowed on through the sand, most of that en 120 shares. It was also shown

; :;; .a-vr.. Frames. the time on low, the water in the rad- intermittent; but his death occurred degrees were reached-and the work that seventy-five acres of berries had from visiting. relatives at Clarkston. ,
still went From blocks of five Michigan.Mrs
on.
hour of the time he was xpecting -
; j 'jt. iator boiling. Ran into a rainstorm; within an f been positively arranged fcr..
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.' take ride. shares there was a dropping to smaller C. W. Earth and little daughter
better road. Found road. to a It is now to the farmers and
Found good up
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All kinds of Interior Fin The remains were shipped to )J3ris- amounts-.and the sale went on businessmen Charlotte, have returned home
Came to Deer Park, probably; so called growers to get busy. The ,
the hundred mark. Two from their visit in Pennsylvania.
I 'Isb..AtlkindsofScreensf because it isn't a dear and isn't a park, ,tow Iowa on Tuesday, accompaniedby past one are doing their part in a most
i with hundred shares was the goal set-but Mrs. James Marsh and two childrenleft
.. I but has a fairly good sawmill. Found hie son, and will be Interred, satisfactory manner-It is now only
r ',Let us,figure yourEntire good water, topped ten minutes; fed other members of the family; who when the matter was dropped for the fair that the :growers and the farmers on Saturday to visit relativesT'antffriends !i
there had been total of in Sidney, Ohio.
'House faces flivver a good drink have preceded. 'Mr. Frashier'may be evening! a shall//go into the business of producthe I
Bill our gave a
f ( several weeks in setting up one hundred and fifty-one shares dieposed Mrs. Lulu Atwood is spending,ten .
; and drove ahead. Had an intermittent absent goods. Even if there shall be
pertainiiBfc$ the estate. of; and there was one point days at Saint Petersburg and Lake '
time. Would run a mile' or two on matters one-fourth of an acre in a backyard, ',:
brick- road, then fall off of it Into which was strongly impressed upon ,let the owner put it in berries to Wales.
i 'BT: RIJEDEL Co.1lTFlnaaiy good LOCATES IN ORLANDO: the people and that was that the Mrs. Lou Waddy and daughter, of t
1 a mile or so of aand; and water swell the yield. Every acre will help j
people.of Saint'Cloud did a greater Elfers, have been spending a few days
: :. : : paste, from which .we occasionally Dr. O. L.. Buckmaster osteopathist, -.and now that matters have'pro ,
.
"l percent of the buying, in proportionto this week with Rev and Mrs: W. F. s
,Novelty, W6rks. .,I. escaped by taking to the woods. Finally I'who has been located in Saint Cloud: the number present, than did the gressed thus far' the, growers, those Kenney-on-'Carolina: avenue. f..'!f,' .t0*.,
.f' carn. unbroken stretch of good Who. are -. members to Orlando }
has removed hisresidence'to, people of, Kissimmee. . , ' Married) Saturday, July 22, byRev. ],\" ':
)rick",highway, ; ,;not so wide, but hadit where he will 'occupy.the same offices second prowers and those who are not, must
[: nThen came a thermometerand J. P. Haner, of the Chri.tlan church/-: '
'.., ': tacre ''of stiwberries' kicked : it might be added '
ant all to ourselves. 'Flivver up 'as his fath r'Jr.'IL"H: Buckmaster. get busy-And, no '
0 that.was to indicate upon the one John Childers and Miss Edith Uarrod.
'
*'*. its -heels and its pilot eased his shoulders last pits can afford not to be member of ,.
made Friday ,
TIu(.world;:has ,always+had reform: The( change was on side the "number'of acre. which were the Tilden Graham, a civil war veteran ,
Growers.If
: "s ;era, but the ,moat' efficient reformer 4s wearied with miles of constant! of aeawlierrieLMkhelin sure to be .planted this season--and died at his home on Tennessee avenue!

old **, ,. t. . .- : h', -. . ',' (wrenching.All, smooth sailing then Cultivate an acre upon the other side the names of ,Wednesday morning, and funeral services \

those who would finance an acre' or you have a well-trained con were held.the following morning ;'
science, it will its mouth shut I
V*. more of berries for someone who actually when there is a keep big profit. to be tak- ;at the G.: A. K. ball conducted by Rev. j

desired to go Into the business, en. W. F. Kenney.

Tires those who would agree to furnish _. ].

gi land for the crop, those who would ,-/ '- ''..

all of the material
supply'some or .'tReed's

: :.., peeded by the grower upon shares,
and those who would in any way aid'
"!! ";.'i.I : and assist in the work. AU these

tor* were placed upon the list-but therewas Bakery ClosesFOR -1

:.r Another 'a need of considerable figuring

Big Drop before those details could be segregated i

and at this time. the report is RETAIL-TRADE

l l :. It. incomplete.
F. A. Stroup called the attention of
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; a- .,/t. NOTE BIG REDUCTION in FABRICTIRES the a few business shares men of stock that,of merely the Aceola buying Having assumed management of the .


; :' - :, ... . . r.. Growers did not complete the work; ,
therewas a moral support needed by
"j l REED ORLANDO BAKERY
t' the men; and the business men of its .
cities in Osceola owed
two county
Fabric
1 k King-Shaped Oversize Regular

4 r.. Tubes Cord. Cord:: Cord to themselves to extend that and to work.the entire Mr.. county Steed- I the largest institution 0' the kind I

: 3Ox3 $2.45 $10.90 between Jacksonville and .Tampa
a added a few words to that insistance,

'. :30x3'2.70 $16.90 $14.20 12.75 saying that if this matter was not

: 31x.1 3.45 : 16.90 15.90 carried through-If for lack of support My Store
I on Broadway.,
', SI it was allowed to die if the '

,. STRAIGHT SIDE TYPE people who had made so good a start

MICHELIN should for a moment falter 'at this will be closed and dis.
yMICHEUN 32x31$2.90 $26.50. $20.95 $13.80 '
Critical moment-then this county; I
31x4 3.45 30.80 might just as well "lie down" a8. It mantled on Monday -

d ;... 32x4 3.70' 33.35. 25.70 18.60 had been doing for :the past half-

':: .;. 33x4 3.85' 34.35 26.50 19.00' dozen could.This; years-&J\iI berry'issue get along was..the,best one it For business reasons this step is forced,

1 ",/ 34x4' 4.00 35.50 27.55 19.90 thing that would'awaken it from 'it I but 'my goods will be handled through I ;

.,: ",' : .. 32x414.75""" 42.60 30.8Q lethargy and,would bring about oth- the merchants for my many Kissimmee

; 4. , 33x4V. 4.90 43.60 F t things- would redound to the customers

The Ineoi credit of the county; ".. must not
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.'r'r 3441/: : 5.10 44..75 lpariible35x4' .
'" 'Of let Jt ,die or. even slumber, for -one -

,.4j";t.\ -. . ".' /:. .. '36x"41/a :5.40 5.25 46.00'MIC n- ELI N. i1; f Ii' ..' moment. Various! -he committees.said. .'were' appointedto Always Call for Reed's Bread "

.. ? look after: / of :the detailswhich .
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:(!t "or'.,J., 55.50 .. '. ,. .. .' 9"-5 6.85 .FIVE-PLYPABRIC! ; .'" f rj.
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tlroe"
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r: I 'Letters Of A Florida ''Citrus: TAPPING 'THE;" THOUGHT. TANK (i(tlnually Why .shouldn't. rlpplnef the. I.Irish not keep their con-'native ., : : ..A '..'"-

I' country'' known the. world over" asTrelandT :

yN' : 1 Grower, . To His Nephew I l By THORN .. (' .*. It': :

Marriages
Keep While YeuWalt. ..
;; .Yr I'd Like To Know Rates At Normal The Klssimmee postofflce averages d.

I .1.' When a negreas aaks for 'flesh- Merely because there are now,;eight marrying off. one;' woman employee a
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Hammock
at
Arlaad.
,\ :'I 1 from Jonas Florida to Samuel colored .hose"',what tint' does Lyles V. children In the family 'of the general I year-but it i1 is an. assured fact that
Groves "
j J'';f. Newcomer Bentonvllle, Mich,, Story- show berT. superintendent of the municipal. elee- with three on the "waiting _Jisf at

;,, Dear Nephew ,- uric plant Is no real reason shy then the present time the a..raC'8'wiII be

i i i:. I am back home In Florida a little tired out after the long trip, and the Drop, DIana Ye; Drop :should be any ,agitation for any increase -I increased during, the months to come.I .

t', sad duties connected with conveying your> father and sny brother to ;his last "What; goes ''up must 'come down" 'of rates. On the other hand I presume this comes' from handling' They are

F 1 resting place.. It Is good to.be back: and. It really' does, not seem, that says" an ancient,..maxim.- Wouldn't'' of course, there will be demanded no the mafia'10 steadily,and dexterouslyand :

c." +Brother.John. can be gone. be fine if,,It'worked that way .In the ,Immediate, decrease, rates. unerringly; But Tm '..."inC this : GO

I; prices of'gasoline? 4. # ]I pointer) 'There are mails and'males. ,
r Though we have lived apart for twenty-five years since I'c.me to Florida;; '' * '*' They Need No Pointers Amen..' Dl.l0f .
il guess our brotherly, relations were rather' exceptional In the way we kept *opted In The Fight Dont tell 'me' that women 'need
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.1 'jln close touch'with each other by correspondence. It"... almost as If,1 knew schools, 'of' instruction ''in politics. We're LM" iag' In' i
Hopes .
went into '
' .. If.you a clothing storewhere J
; kat78bs"M'aalhlnYing'F.on .' 'f d :., 'j ,., -f -- .
:I-It .tlllJll"molt-.y.rrthtD: . .. > ; there 'was'green';'< clerk and Nothing of-the--seet.+'. Aiid-thoyV*j-'t4fdurJng.hI&trIpj&teago; which ,

This letter writing business has become such a habit with me that I can't he dklnt know(where the Pambeech: lelf-starters, also 'and moreover. The. is now in contemplation' President :SQf 1 Nf"lllSgtyMQ. .

t:. get away from It. 8o' you can make, up your mind to be on the receiving suits'were'stacked would you' be satlsned state superintendent 'of public. instruction Harding will give Herrin the once

0. j : ,end for a regular correspondence course, as a sort of outlet for this habit of to seersucker died on Wednesday On over 'and then! visit the, state capital q .
.. a," mina :And I ..-tnt to hear from yon pretty' frequently in response. Maybe a Thursday a woman;.wela.known: over and'd '.put some'pep;Into;/the governorof :AGITATING' CAUTION :*

:i -j; nan don't like to be talked back to but be does.. like .some. .sign. .to Indicate :This Is What's. What the state sold'her boardinghouse. ,On Illinois.it will be firmlyconsidered; 1- *. *" ?AMONG FOOLDRIVERS'i' ''
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j f" that he. hasn't. put his'audience to sleep. The Wllliston Progress, says that !Friday telegrams began deluging" the that 'his, tour has \'not- been-in,vain.!I -

.' i- On 'the down "Leon Gornto and Charles Peacock governor to appoint the1woman aa a Jf a Cleveland or si Roosevelt were, In Despite the wide publicity that has
way I stopped off at Jacksonville for a-day. Then I took
.' .....'. __ ;:another day off and ran down to that grove which John bought' last winter 'have,returned,from:Georgia. Kohllive i successor to the,late official. But- presidential chair, then th.dualstrikes' ,'already been :given ,the- subject; of
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r when he was down here; and which now Is your It Is certainly. looking \ been wondering for sometime ] on Saturday W. SP Cawthorn. of)DeFuniak which are striving to. ruin the I grade crossing''pcddentaa. number of.

':, fine. George Glass, who' used to work for me, Is living up there on the just' where 'that darned. .peaco k' hid Springs received the appoint entire country would have- ended .be'I fatalities have' occurred. .In an. case
: .. ;Place and that little property Is getting*Just a little better care than you gornto.; ment. And, that's,.what' Dong" Fairbanks 'fore they:were well begun.,, alone six lives were, snuffed out, slwply .

J ir-:'" ;aspect There has been a pretty good bloom and your first crop off this / would" "term 'Coin'" Some.. 'I *' ,* ,, because, the",,driver failed to.lOst.op., "
'; [grove next: fail Is going to be pretty fair. Of Course It I. .Fish Or" Fiesh7George ,Look and--Listen" .befog<< attempting''' 0

Says the Perry Herald; Knowledge That Really Knows Goolsby in his Wauchula |I to cross the tracks. A motor vehicle
',' ;:,1' Now don't let that set!' you up in business too much and start out spending It's a dry day, indeed, these Says the Macclenny Standard editorially I Advocatethe, neatest weekly in the fln; the hands of:a"careful!"drive Is sit

r,"f- money to expand your hardware store on the expected strength of the. net times when we don't have a I ; state, throws fit because of, bad ,[agency for"safety: :It<'can' bo''driven
I receipts from your, oranges and. grapefruit, like the average stock market nice shower to further mature 1 Fait juatlda, means in ,Span- English, and is pleased that'Mlchlpn close to the'railway"track and stopped'In
0 L. tucker usually does when he fete a hot tip and hasn't yet had time to 1 IIIr! "let justice be done tho has I
, ;. find out that be bas lost'money. instead of made It. the' bumper"crops of Taylor. I ordered! all .auto signs reading perfect safety-differing'' from:
'! c county. the heavens may fall. We I{tOo Slow'" to be' changed. to "Go horse-drawn vehicles"ID this" respect.,

, The fruit from young trees I. usually coarse'and rough skinned:' It Isn't Isn't it .a dry day up there.even wonder if Mexico'still uses this Slowly." That is all right. Then in JJut If an-'Improper person:Is' at the.

i f:.' worth'so" much' in thj markets and yours Is root going to b> any- exception }If it does rain? expression T the next editorial paragraph he. talks wheel driving,.' ear is more danger. .
', ir, ,to this rule. Owners of young troves like owners of new babies. are prone 00 Little bite of information that are about cotton..saying: ous than making dynamite.'

! f.f'. .to think they can see considerable beauty and promise In the recent addition, ,We All Meet Misfortune} *o clever will sometimes cause a During the I war cotton was Many automobile drivers try to beat ;w
v e r. s 0 hut nobody else can. Marcus F.gethe; children's friend "great deal of wonderment. What the planted in the' Wanchnla section I a railroad Bald toa'crossing.The,

. 44 ,Versatile editor really intended to and.done
,over all Florida, -was arrested lad well. ","ultII'reek.a.tralJi.mub
h If you get enough out of and fall ,
to for spring applications
your crop
pay your write
that
Friday in South Jacksonville for' was Everyone will be pleased to learn automobile and num'ber'Wled.'AM' '
: of fertiliser A'
: 9' you will be doing well, remembering that this Is Just a sort "
j j S : of token or promise of what you can expect in the future. speeding, aeordine'to a tale in the ( "Fiat Justltia ruat coelum, is that it.done, well. Mebbe however, it :,until safety becomes the' Uppermost"
Jacksonville Journal.But then Mar Latin. Literally translated, the expression had orter did better; but if George ought in the minds of persons fctriV*

t /;, 11J : Give George Glass a free hand, and let him do Just about what he wants. p pus: has been hurrying things for the means; "Let justice be done says that it done well it surely done ,lag cars, no improvement In' thesitu-

, : .Y The chances are he will be doing Just about what your old uncle taught him past several years so. it was no though. the heavens should fall." well. I thank you. atlon can be expected.1; 'Nobody'can.1'
;, ,Give my love to Etta and the youngsters, and write often to wonder. Still, what'n thunder that 'expres read the daily accounts,of fstalledl 1.

Your Uncle, JONAS. 4t-4i lion has to do with' a bunch of Mexicans -. OR WORDS TO THAT EFFECTOh dents' lm
. tf \ atcfo.sings'wltisoat'balnp: :- ;
Where's The Almanac is more than I can figure out. i with the'.
how nice and fine that newspaper pressed; fact that bt''nI Tlar
l It The Jacksonville Journal of last 'Just how Avery G. Powell get.s..that ,-when It' stretching-the ,.-majority--of-cases..the-,means v

;' .. From Jonas Arland at Hammock Saturday carried under the heading way once in a while another thing truth and complimenting, covering up of prevention' lies; In'reach ef the per., 0 r

'd- .OI"eYel. .Florida, to Samuel of "Engagements twenty-three that I can't figure_out If he had said:'',''one's--erroifSf-or-' Jumping-someone 'son at-the: steering.''wheeLWHMU - '' -
I : Newcomer. BentonviUe.. illchlDear ',tices-one of them from Klsslmmeeannouncing "Getme on equa rtas so unas poe else *.> M *MMMIM w II 4
j Nephew: [ but let it tell the honest to good-
, y,;., The Interest yon show in the possibility of marketing some fruit off your.grove -- that forty-six hearts: stole" was Swedish for "I'm mighty'I(ness truth and hit home. and alnt it Give your pigs plenty, of water and
, .> were going soon to beat as sklddoo. thlnty"then any common reader shade throughout'the'warmn .weather,:;'
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is what I suppose might be expected. After fellow has been checking hell of a sheetl! Gainesville News.I .
Yet each of them was followed by the ,would havethoroughly understood Both are essential, the best health )
j
the records
op of what money baa been put into a new grove for five years I(''A
I.; cr more, ho is usually about as receptive toward the prospect of a crop "words "no date. Probably most of what he meant. J thank you. I Finance an acre .of strawberries. and growth of the animals.. .... I

t ; as a maiden Iad7' I. toward an expected proposal' marriage. these will be nulled off when the ?'- . .
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prospective grooms gets hi. bank accounts
;; Of course, you can sell your fruit. It is Just about as easy" fOr a Florida settled and establishes a. credit .'" -
f{ citrus grower to sell his fruit as for a city man to blow out the gas Bometimes .
of the
capacity'to get him some new '
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\ 'there- considerable similarity In the consequences In that neitherparty
,clothes and tilings. ; I *
,I.. la in a position to undo what baa been done. 'J
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JTor about fifteen years after' I came to Florida and got Into this business University Gives AdviceFro6'Gainesville .. *

, of growing fruit I sold my fruitIt sold It la about every way that It-might COmetl a long dissertation .

t tt be sold, but almost every tlme I got almost as much experience thrown into regarding,, "Care of, young I I '.
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I Y the bargain as I got cash money, l calves in .umme -:- but .so far as '. ,

! : When'I'say this. I mean that I sold my fruit to other people, who 'paid I Kisslmmee .is concerned such advice \' I /

:. me for It aDd who la turn marketed it la the North. That Is evidently what lI.! wholly nnnecesary. Calves, both ?..,.';;, i 'r',',; "J . .
, .f. yon are talking about. Now I.don't sell It that way, but let It go tbrouahW old and young, are,'Well /Jooked.after*. V D ., ''; '+ >, sits .a \

our own co-operative organisationthe'' Florida Citrus Exchange., .That takes Such as are not,all right in every detail .. ..,. ;.:. ?: , :
, the burden of the picking and packing out of my hands'and then'the fruit are curtained,.and all orders ; 1. ..-
, :! :.. sold right to the wholesale fruit stores in New 'fork,' Chicago Detroit, for inspection .are nullified..And that's < .-" ,- 'e-..'.,.. ""l'W.!'\ f'n;:. \ -

Grand Rapids and everywhere thefe ,1s a fruit stole, This Is our' O"D"organ- what, Y ..um. U' ,, \' _' H'" .\ ; :, Lili "
:\! lutlnn and all thM anaritlana '.re nerformed'at coat.' It'. a rnlrhtr: economKM -: ? \II' ,4i'\'rjjJt'" TI", ,'r.l .
<< ;< I teal way of.handling'.things.: ..too; and!gets :aa'' '. '.ood cleat'more net'money l"riees .Of" Letters. .yiry ,.. .."' ; ,;,. >I I1\ ,k1 rY ;f .?>:. s' ", ,", '.. '\'$', "'}'T+ 1., -

r" for our fruit than we could expect If romebody'el.e had:make'a' profit"' ,Six: hundred ,.letters' written byCharles' I, > '. ;t. /
between us and these wholesale fruit stores. t '
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j' Dickens, the late Baroness mI. .
Of course, there are a lot of fruit buyers visible here every winter who lurdett-Coutta, sold recently in Lon- DS'I I

; are true philanthropists. At least, they are if you take their word for it. ,lon for $2,150.-NewsiUm. That is .1a. rgIf1 ., .. : : ...'

c. 'Anyway, they are always losing money and If a fellow l.e,a tightly grovethey remarkably cheap about $3.50 per '.. . .
will always pay-him more" than his fruit Is worth Just.because it comes letter.. Wonder if Conan Doyle bought ( !', :'; ... ; _
f' 'I (from a well known; grove. Or If a fellow Is a friend of theirs, they are them to bring-about a test-case for a -" '.. '

.... willing. to pay him a.whole lot more than his fruit I. really worth That sort of a scandal in his special spirit ,, " .
'is, If yon believe al you hear. It's a wonder too, how many close personal t' ,; ,. t ,
world J Every has written '
friends these fellows have when It comes to buying person .
tPra.,! crops. letters for which a price one hundred %, Let the, "Cxi' n kl': 1' 'rw." ,
: You'd think at the rate they go that our Florida poorhouses would Just times higher would have been paid : : .

naturally be plumb chuck full of former fruit buyers However lt's<-remarkable for a return to the writer. Mrs Still. Bottle beyoureuide'tothe

t':' fB... how after losing a lot of money on' practically .every crop be bought man, frlnst, would have ..willingly ? Ytr,
during a season, one of these fellows' will show up the next fall or: late in the paid ten thousand dollars for the few lay, genuine 'Cashes'' : ,
;P,:}', summer-with a new.silk shirt and a new Big 8U Just as pessimistic' .. 'TerI I< .
J lovenotes she was 'reputed to have RAr1t ,.f.
about making.any money for himself but Just as anxious as ever to do some and your guardCRUSH ..
written that serial
in famous l. "The
Y', .good deed for bis friends. Also, It's remarkable how many. of these same -
I;;; fruit buyers inherit money., for a lot of them have built fine homes and have I Lady or The Injun" and there are against'substiiu'tion. ( '
so
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: a good' bit of pro;etty. It certainly toust come In mighty handy thus .to'' others. Three dollars and a half is a > i ,.

'Inherit'money when a fellow Is in a business -where he is Just bound to I mighty low figger let ma tell'you.. i These are, the .world's, ; .f',
:
lose so much .every year.Sure '
;Tweedledum And Tweedledee I largest: 'selling fruit. ;f'': tI1
t .' Sam, you can sell your fruit this way If you "aatl; and mighty; Questioningly asks the West Palm .. .
'easy. I wouldn't'be, surprised It one of these fruit buyers! could strike up Beach Sun: i flavored 'drinks'\; .due; & '
t conddelabieclose) friendship for you by correspondence. 'If so, hell be 'MaL : a,.
K ."1ll1Ds'to pay you a good bit more than your fruit Is worth. That is, if you Thackeray:epeace llLI to their quality! purity .'

,, are Innocent and optimistic In this citrus fruit.,business as you appear to> :r
;be. To ten you the truth, I am a little surprised at you.. Get out around Thorndyke, and deliciousness.. '.
+ ,+. ,tile.lIoopeltJrla of Paw,Taw. Lake and talk some with, your berry growers Cissimraee '
rr \ and. grape,..men. ICurious .' -. Bold only In the Also dispensed ice*: I? r' 1

; What yon are going to find out Is that growing any''.sort of fruit Is Says Humorist.'theDemocrats. .' CrinHJyBoflle, cold at fountains 1 ''

'i''; one thing and getting your money's wotth out of the crop Is another. That .
la something all of us old-timers'found out before we had.our' own::cooperative ' . 41 ..f"
Of Florida .
-selling organization. It.. precisely what'led up 'to the organisation: rAre I' ,.' ;... ..
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of tbs Florida Citrus Exchange.! Why at that time with a couple of million not ..." ;,' < ..
boxes of fruit to market we 'werebeginning, to"believe that we'had .reached Organised. '- .., >
'a point of, overproduction, and that the country could *ot,taketheam6nnt.of What is '!! H .

fruit, we'were'raising, ;'At least.we;knew this was lannonnced d f lew: WIUI m ' '; 1 I J "
v of the men upon 'whom, we depended,to purchase OU1''frutt. Often' we werei Makepeace '1'r 'Ii _
: V.. i not :able losget 'the"!cost,of'production for' ourselves, and we'thought: the Thorndyke I :r
1 thing'was overdone _That seems' downright: laughable now:"when we are: Going to do ? .J .'

marketing about tUtee ''mUlloa.bozos a season, end California! citrus' prodnction About IT? .
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[ also has .lDc.uecl.laqeI7. Insteadof . T!, \
overproduction we were -
\ All I have to is '
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..suffering from'nnder-dlstributes' ):; and" It,, la our' own selling organisation'' say ; : ",' tt ,.
00 i"hich'has been abls! to overcome' this for ... ET,I1nsatloca r "
. Convince -
me '
N' When I :get on- ill.subject, I 'could,.go .on .ladeftDJtety-! ffrjolt'Alone. That Florida ..IIIpedIad8 'Dtstrtttttot txtlushxfy ty. JiCQCQCOliBOITUNG t {, I

.; I! .. rather 'like an amateur-actor. 'on first .appearancewithno: stage manager ,.-'-'. Republicanism ,' M t I In.a ,
.r> However, t have emphatically .'
"!'! gotto'Wr'oct'cot'tealghLl: Have 'to'h.'out"ppiy :In;the morning '
lookingafter'things r'' ;
r here,*-W.hen not'had any:"raw la sometime and it la about -- . .With In the this.die;same boat-.. 1 (); : .WORKS ,
I 4s drya a my love to''Etta abf.the .' err" ," : .
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u"v ,FOUR$' THE KISSIMMEE., VALLEY GAZETTE- ;. FRIDAY JULY 2S, It23

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," 'KiSS M u E VALLEY GAZETTE LET SILENCE HEAL THE BREACH I Install First Of The Unit Boy ScoutsThe t


;, PUBLISHED KVERT FRIDAY Believing that the !interests of Kissim ..
BTrTHH. 'KI88IMMKH, VALLEY, OAEHTTB COMPANY mee can best be conserved by refraining first unit of the Boy Scouts in ,
KI8SIMMKE1 FLORIDA Kissimmee was organized Wednesday .
h. from all mention of the unfortunate controversy afternoon, in accordance with a notice Get Tpgether .: j j'j

"W.. B. HARRIS B. 0.President VANS AQNKW.; {Secretary_ I which has arisen between' two local in 'The Gazette' of last ''week that it .. ,

Editor: desired that lads 'at
W. THORNPTKB. organizations of our citizens, the owners was many gather ,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES of The Gazette have determined to the Chamber Commerce at that ,

On Copy One __...:.....______.....___..___..__**- time. Captain Arthur i- Cundy, who 4.1 i
On. Copy 81' :* M..nth, -..,.._.__........,......---... .*-." close the columns.both sides, and refuse, has been 'placed', by the higher state
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Three Months --------- -
c One-Op7. to publish in future any paid advertisingor officers of th-organization in charge' The 'greatest discovery of the nineteenth '. : '" ,
Poiitorne at'KI..lrnm..., Florida, ,
(Entered. at' the *: of caring for six 'countiee, one'of .
other matter
referring the situation.We
,. aa .eond-claas matter.) to '
which is Occeola, *as present, and century was co-operation. The greatest mottoin
believe that silence is
the best
All. communications-, pt. from' a thor ..d correspondnt anti-I gave the eight boys who appeared a
4 I(4( . must b* signed by' the wrlter.h1 is "GET TOGETHER:" ;
r;;,, 4 Rejected matte..,(will b* returned If\aalled'for. dote, 'and if all citizens who are members j general{ outline of work, and what was the world today : '4';;

of either organization will cease to discuss |(to be expected from every Boy Scout. Individualism in finance is follyv This bank-will :'
mlan AdwrtMiif Rpr i>t Hv It is to be hoped that the present
\ : their differences either themselves
THEAMERICANPRE3SAS30CIATIONFRIDAY : among ( enthusiasm of the few-will be spread help you to use your money along with that ,,of ";
i or with others, a better feeling will mani- I among all boys of suitable age, and
JULY 2 8, 19 22 others for co-operative profit. '
jfestJtseJfflnLalLcan.come together ;ahd that the meeting of next Wednesday \
-- - -- -- -- -- -- - ----
work for the common good of our fair. city .aLrnoon wU1-find a large""number \ .
M ready and anxious to, join. Those "

D, : FililtE, [ IHOU6HI [FOR THIS WEEK and KISSIMMEE county. VALLEY GAZETTE. who the signed first! patrol up and were became"Bob"membersof Buck

eta, David Bronson, Edgar Beeland,
W. B. HARRIS President.
is',, Arthur Steed John Sanderson, Walton Merchants-and Farmers Bank .:
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E. G.
, 'i' j RIGHTEOUSNESS BRINGS PEACE-The work VANS AGNEW, Secretary. Tyner, Rudolph Whlker! -and Don

rA 1 of i1gMeousness'.haU, be. peace;.ald the effort of righteousness /Walker.[ ? ;
fi' quietnesi-and 'assurance'for ever. And many BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS Next Wednesday afternoon and for OF'' KISSIMMEE . "' 'I
v ;1. 'people shall dwell in a peaceable habitation, and in sure 'several successive Wednesday afternoons ',t ,.. -
4' dwellings,and in quiet resting places,-Isaiah 32:' 1718. WHEREVER in Florida there is to be found a well. Captain Cundy wiD'be here toba'rry "
\ backed building and loan association there is always< ; on this work, and Wednesday i ,

e '. r 'DTUAT' MAKES AND KEEPS THE TOWN be noticed a pleasing growth, and there are more peopleto ,bvenings will be devoted to Saint
r '1 be found owning their homes. The city where the majority Cloud, to which point he went upon
Its I e ATTRACTIVE: buildings, paved streets, well-laid of the residents own the dwellings they occupy is concluding his work here.

; It walks, pretty homes with finely-arranged frontages, always the more stable and less apt to act upon impulse;
t.E ,-these do hot: "make .the town. Schools with capable every owner becomes a booster and has less adverse CLOSES BAKERY SAINT CLOUD STORECONDUCTING ,

j i: ), faculties, mercantile establishments with large and varied critisism to offer; and every owner will take a greater AFTER LONG CAREERThe StifeNews BIG SALE '

stocks, churches with able ,..tora-thele do not interest In the management of the city in every branch.No .
"Home of Butternut Broad. at
."make the town." They are an aid_n attraction city has succeeded in forming a building and loan Commencing next Tuesday all of:
s, an asset-* necessity; but unless there shall_ be .-producers association until after many efforts have become fail No. 6 Broadway will soon be no more Osceola county will be given a treat
that Residents
as the doors are to close on establishment of Fort .
F Meyer are petitioning in the sale which will
", around and about the locality; unless there shall ures. That is the universal career of attempts.' great open on
many
tie those within reasonable distance capable of takingfrom Instance after instance could be cited where the enthusiasm next Monday. Such of ? the A. C. L. Railway to that day at the Conn .tore'in Saint
the' fittings a* mayinot be sold will be erect a new station at that place. :
the ground certain value which will be turned into brought out at some preliminary meeting has Cloud. Large posters enumeratinga "
removed to Orlando: wr ere J. II. While the and '
tarring of
n*" e money to retum'to the grower and producers in order died out with a suddenness that was discouraging and feathering vast'number'of bargains hive been y'
ftM? % to be again circulated to the advantage of all, then the then and there many will declare that it is simply; impossible Reed assume control, of the Redd the employees continue it la doubtful if:i iI circulated, and the reputation that baa:
Bakery said to be the largest con- roadwill make
1 ,town no matter' what advantage it may carry, amount to promote an institution of that sort.Finally of any attempts tocarry been gained by the Conn shop will
its kind between and
.' to but little. crn Tampa on improvement assuredly draw large numbers to that
an effort will be made that spVirigs into actual Jacksonville."I've .
, r 5I Citizens of Kissimmee are commencing to realize all activity-from that moment there II\ eeded no not gone back on Kissimmeeby I A route agent of the American Express store during the continuance of thel/ III

I ea-edalfy pleading for membership. Each young couple anxiousto any means," said Mr. Reed, "and Company has been in Arcadiain advertised saleFinance .;

create for themselves a home of some sort recognizesthat I[ have arranged to have stores handlemy answer to a petition requesting the
tested-and it baa proven good. Such acreage as ha not the carrying out of their plans is not difficult once bread which has established suchan erection of a loading platform for an acre of strawberrieiC
+; bedn't"e'' out learnof its adaptability for certainty the start is made the strawberries.
may ; and at present moment when there excellent reputation just the sameas The grower there have
"-'crops"by*applying to the:county agent-and if his ver- be in KJssimmee
; may bought many pretty homesitesat heretofore. It was .in Kiasimmee i'signed up" for two hundred acrei,
}i diet,is doubted it will be no difficult task to secure ex- figures most reasonable is the time to make ready that I made start in the. bakery :but until it la assured that all Agreements DISTANCES, FROM KISSIMMEE
+ .''"-' |>ie sion -from-those-who- have livedin this vicinity a for the bungalow. There are hundreds of .v.nabl.lots, business-and my it was on Kls.immeemoneJ' will be fulfilled no steps will Going North by Rule -
,.longer term; and should there still remain a doubt the nicely located to be found in Kissimmee which be be taken to build a platform. Miles
will take hand. may that I was able to enter business To Orlando .___..._.._.___ 18
:taU agricultural department a secured at prices which will show a marked advance
in Orlando" That institutionhas I Cultlv.te.n of To Winter Park-----___.... 23 '"
f ;With all this land susceptible of intensive cultivation within couple of years-possibly within half that time; so large that I feel en- acre strawberries To Sanford ...._______..... 42
t'r r I there should be a thousand producers added to the population and these may be secured upon the partial payment plan. tire grown time must be devoted to It--and my DUNCAN NOW TRUSTEEJ. ... To DeLand _________.____.. 412
of 'Osceola county, within no very long period. 'Every citizen not-'now owning a home should Imme- To Daytona ._________.-_ 86
.Zen'were there but one-half that number induced to that is why I am closing my retail M. Duncan has been To Saint Augustine________. 159To' ....
diately secure a site which to build one confident oficially appointed -
upon -
In Kissimmee this time. __ _
i department at Jacksonville _. ,_ _..::. 200
come Kissimmee and consider all the opportunities that before any considerable length of time shall elapse But, a* I say, the bread that has an ,' trustee of the business of To Mount Dora..__.__...._ 46
'tabs' found here and in the county roundabout, .andy there will be in operation an, association which wil enable established reputation will be foundon John Dell, bankrupt, and on Wednu.1 To Eastis __-_.-_.____.___. 62
''i vim if.one-balf that number should decide to commence the lot-owner to erect a home on terms so fair and equitable day F. S. Gilbert, Edgar To Ocala ..___.____.___.__ 107
sale-as usual at the stores of Kissimmee. ' To Gainesville ________.____ 162
a borne-building. and produce-raising campaign the great that the payments will not be a burden. The Cham- ." :J. E. Lupfer ommeneed the work of i iI I
growth of, Klaalmmee jaDd.of the business.-which would ber of Commerce should commence to again agitate the I invoicing the stock in the five-cent
.
+. S, fellow can bardly.be; estimated. Without addition*' of this question! of building; and loan aaaocigtlon-was it- has MAGNIFICENT KAFFIR CORN and ten-cent store. I Cultivate an acre of strawberries.

r sort there must herculean. effort made by those now done in- the past. This time it might be a great success; I
4 r 'here to make the soil yield to it. best. Those here must if i( should prove a failure because someone thought There has been exhibited at the Finance an acre of strawberries. tacle : lY

'i: +. make recorls. ..which'; will interest the outsider and bring "the time was not now ripe" there may be pointed out Chamber of Commerce this week a GIRLS ARE ENJOYING r .JcbK . __:
,,him b... the many instances--one of them in Lake county-where splendid sheaf of kaffir corn-and it '
CAMP SCHOOL
Mt There .is no disastrous competition in agriculture. Nature a'great percentage the handsome little homes recently is probable that no heavier-headed SUMMER,

? has .0 arranged matters that there I II never an over. erected and being erected can'be attributed to the successful samples'of this fine silage has ever! Information comes from Camp :Jo- .ONE SAID, "I. C".AJ..rr.LET '

'r production ; there i* sometime*,'and frequently an under- management"'of such an association, which not been produced in this county. It was cassee located! at Jocassee;', South GEORGE: DO, -

v distribntlo'n..but there is :'never' "surplus' when; the only aid the cities and the individuals but return a raised by' C. Schfnerer, who came''' to Carolina, .that two Kissimmee girls, tn" GEORGE::' DID.. br'' .

' ,'.country as a.whole Isconsldered."It should,be borne in handsome percentage upon all moneys invested in the Kissimme from thee north about a Eleanor Rosen and Albert (:JonnU) .AND GOT THE .,1 'r

rated; also,, that there are. better.'facilities for the distribution formation of "association., '. '., .' :. year ago bought a tract east of Rose- Bronson' are 'making excellent progress . ,I -i -'.CREDIT. ,
of a'Jarp' crop than* small :on..'' Nowesterngraingrower The project is an excellent one-looked "at from: any bill cemetery, and "went into business. ; in the severalvocationy: an ,: '7h' I. .

J' ;k could ,make success of. shipping.a half angle.And among. Its other 'propositions the local He is a man who pays strict attentionto pursuing at the camp school, and they,I
e*:r of wheat or corn;''but one ,.hundred of his. kind can Chamber of Commerce should by no means neglect this his farm, and is seldom heard of; ; are thoroughly enjoying themselves.In i
pool /Issues and send attain of fifty cars to market and one. but he Is proving that even though he athletics, especially are these I '

receive satisfactory return under normal conditions.: It Is new to this state he is going to girls' showing much prowess. I

I*,the 'same,with the onions of Texas the potatoes of BUILDING FOR A GROWING FUTURE "make good." The sample shouldbe

Colorado the.lambs of New Mexico the plums of Oregon, ----- seen by al.CIIAMBER! Cultivate an acre of strawberries. .

the apples of.,Washington.; OUTSIDE capital has become so interested in Fort OF COMMERCE GOES. BACK TO HIS SHIP --- : I .
dj .X! 1t I* because the almost certainty of good return Pierce that plans have been accepted for a block intthat LUNCHEONThe i :
'from large shipment of strawberries that the merchants Howard Bass who has been : & "
[ city which will run into a cost of one hundred and fifty visiting ;
A ,land private individual, who ,have the progress of KIsiBsmee thousand dollar' It i* to be primarily constructed for a regular luncheons of the Cham- hi. parents, Mr.and Mra. Ira Bass, i .ffh-

at heart are taking so great interest in the matter motion-picture theatre, but there will be four stores on ber of Commerce, which' have been for the past two weeks, will leave today ..

.? .of terry :culture Stories have been told of the large the ground floor and the second floor will have many thrown out of schedule for a few for Seattle where he will Join the I .

Cross returns in innumerable instances 'regarding this office suites. It will be a splendid acquisition to the place weeks, will be resumed next week battleship "Mississippi." Upon com- rj' I ,. t
"crop.-sora. of them appearing to the uninformed almost What was the inducement for capital to make this the luncheon will be on Wednesday, pleting his four year term of servicehe 1 "I ICOPYRWHT ,

;*' .. unbelievable;; but, slicing these returns directly in two, investment in a city that Is already' over-built so far as promptly at the noon hour,, and full immediately re-enlisted for another ,
,and It i* 'cafe to say that those entering the berry culture business houses and mercantile establishments are c$>ncernedT attendance is urged. Much business four years, intending to make this

r; can at least'do.half ... well a* other, there would Simply because the belief that a positive growth Is scheduled besides which the new life-calling. This was his first visit 1'lI

9 r 1.n be a sum of money'returned. to Osceola county that would was to take place and a desire to get in the game early. secretary desires to get acquainted. home for; about three year.: IPeetOCASTEs SE"K \,
be most satisfactory., Let one crop materialize in a mom Upon what was the belief of growth founded Merelythe !'
ey-tnaking way and there 'will be demand from all sections fact that north and west and south of Fort Pierce ..... . .. ... . . ... . ... Buy stock in Osceola Growers. 'Buy stock,in Osceola Grower ..

R of the country for lands of like character. Nor will were there to be.found so great a growth in urban Im- : VERSE A'WEEK :

r berries long remain the only crop upon which Kisimmeend provement;'-hundreds upon" hundred ef acres already e a .
kt Osceola county will count..There are numiroue'other ... . .. .... .... ........ .. .1
and thousand
thousand
; producing, upon being made
.things Held in reserve while the strawberry'project are . Stationery Out Of The i
# ready to become rich harvest fields, and new people being Rev. 1 '" Farmer Ordinary ,
f '+ being.,..worked out. Every effort is now being made to properly Induced to come, inspect, locate. We have the cutest little thing .
bring the berry' matter to a successful termination- Kissimmee 'has an advantage over Fort Pierce insomuch A tiny baby boy .d.\
ring
r which be done each citizen'shall act *a committee : The doctor turn to ; Often the careful businessman ,,
; can only a* a as- it has a large eastern territory which is con-' He looks 'bout like a toy. '" /
*of one to send out propaganda along this line. or the professional man,
I tributary strictly to the city-as soon as the people from : .
. i* ,other states cad be induced to come and learn conditions. The baby is so weak and small desires to use for his personal JO '

THE OLD LIBERTY BELL I Five thousand families can each find a suitable tract to J trues., though that's all right; correspondence something better -
Seems I'm not in it now at all i than and .
good
r fc farm and till and harvest within a short distance of It's "baby" day and night. common- .ta.
a t... AND now the school children of Chicago to the number'of Kissimmee. Proper advertising, and co-operation among tionery-. always in taste. The ,.ji
F many' thousands-areciameriugfthat.;: tMcold Liberty the present resident after they arrive, can do much towards But I am here-I got here first; drawback in the-past ha been '

',-t bell be .sent]to tXattitythat they mar." .. it. Only .a creating confidence in the minds of the newcomer. That baby's right bran new; that the prices were too often
!It;, few *'ago bell was carried to Chicago and If ever things come to the wont prohibitive the use of the ''
; ; ,,'; Tear cities Other counties work in harmony along the line of optimism. I'll just think what to do.
; : -' for inspection,rand to aws.kenTawe common, every-day sort of
\ no""i : Optimism Is not lying; it is merely exploitingupon cor-
1",0: ';andpatriotIsmm, and' when it 'was returned ''to ''Philadelphia truth with open eyes and receptive minds and I wander.why"he didn't grow respondence paper has been

; r w experts,declared that another.trip like-that,would be tongues not tipped with vitriolic utterances. Before he came to stay continued from day today' F.
;;R; 'ciose'tbe; 'great:''crack1'to widen( :ao.that'there:would be Kissimmee is all right in building for the future; at My I think dad and 111 mamma lor him so from month to month.' front +c

,; complete:: : break. Besides that should 'ever that em the same time let there be maintained a strenuous effort run away. year to year. j
'. blem'ofpeaee.: be taken te the vicinity of Herrin tha'bloodtblnty walkln' '
to' increase the number of growers and farmer That doctor nun came in111 '
towns, it weald crumble to bits even though and producers to the urban precincts so that."the. future" .- take him right aw.y"ne '- HERE IS'' SOMETHINGDIFFERENT "
it: ireretrensported-upon a bed of ptder-web. bntter-;; may quickly be "the present" ( put on the eemttag")
'
::fly: down,' and fresh-picked cotton. Itshould1. remain "If you wont let Put up>> i in cleverly contrived cartons. We are showing some of

i !*> .1* Philadelphia. the celebrated Hammermill stationery with a ripple finjab--ometning "
> .
THERE is one thing; that's a certain as taxes. If I guess my papall not forget1'
d. -* >B M I B HW MiB M M MHW* MBVMMWHM 1 ? the.miner do' not care to'work at their vocation His little girl do 1'OQ' that has not before been abown'iD, iLi.aba Two hundred and fifty.
+ congress -
IF STRIKERS would fields
quietly depart'Ior other An' mamma maybe loves me yet-' sheets .elegant paper-yrented tastily with a corresponding number ,
., .i ,tor. enter some ,other,'..occupation: ':or;would remain'at can let down t.1te'bata fora while and bring in vast So this Is what I'll dot ..of envelopes printed in .like.fashion will equip, office, desk ;
any ; or
quantities of forelp'coal'at as low a figure, transport .
home wives earned the for the
i gnietly'whtlo'tbeir' : living 'home with
writing material seldom
'' equalUdnever
Uon included it has been bringing. Such action III tell that doctor'' ..ueeUed-neat. '
a wouldbe man'rlgtt, IIOWWe're l
r family, this ,would,be a' mor..peae.ful.naUon:-There.Sa novel) and nic
h tnd
; arranged be clean
kept and
"" no :uch thingaaa trike-breaker.: ;..There: Is almply a great help in opening the mines with a complement going to let him 'stay;. as to convenient.WHT '.,

,' -A-....fit men:;who desire> _to.earn,.their.living,by.:,workr '" '.of :workmen.- -. . ? _, ''V -". T", r_',' An"we'D. .Cues I.wont risk: it.;run anyhow away;;,y 4 "-i r. ? -f10TCALL, ANPSEBTHI3JSTOCKT, : '. '' Y

( -.herner'theY:1Ind. : aqopeningand: when 'man '* ,. : *" to ? 4+sd l' s inOFFICE:' OF,, THE rVw t':: ...
\ WHILE men in CbieatrG'N loafing having Well l keep l1 m."tm he/gm to talk; ;
'
,ypaltalhis'. Job' there 1* ln:most..cases an''opening.; Sometimes gone oil : '
-'.; however;it .require that two men quit theti-po" on the stz ./'thelr/wlv.* and: the mothers'of their children Hear what he has to say;- ,?0"-" ''I<":-,, : Kissimmee r Gazette's ,
'' An, maybe he will learn to walk. ; Valley
:.itions',.in order.to'aaake a "job" for.mte'goad _rima.... ,are &'OID8'.outnabwo.. nr a* aMatopackeraoap.makenJ -, a* .r .,\, .. . .' ... : t
I..: '.;.. : '. , _ _'_ _ ,are ,working, m 1.undrle..nd factories In (a eu'I'll not run away/ .
faith, toward, all aatfons :cuhlvaU order to"keep.metbbs&. ,to eat in .the_house/*To par'sphrase ' ' ..N" B.- '" -- ..: _. .
Tbecoat"of
Lsrmony'wjthl r.Qeorte PWbtnoarati For Rent-Nicely' :furnished flat;; , a carton a'eonseratirerind the satisfaction': r'
1 ;j1eMr',+t.d. : .. ; .ti the Aid adage .-rb band that rock* Ue cradle,to with ftnplaee; 'three rooms and bath. lobe. gainedijs.most I: "..w .ctol'7.: I ,c ,,

.. J,J'. ., _.. /\ k. ""'-.:... ;;. ,a Ii,;: ,:.the. 'hand that. .earn* jbs grub," I.W. B. ,Harris. ,. Gazette office.. :44-tf_ . i

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THE KISSIMMBET BALLET GAZETTE:,' FRIDAY, JULY 0.'.1t1l :nyE' _.

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044000404 ': aero of' atrawberrle; Mrs., Guy, ,C.*Aljen, of-120' Breckstreet This.Couple Prefers, 1. :


MO& ,*: ''WEA.TH'E.R.... ( Farmer an has extended returned vial to for a,brief left visit yesterday; with
, Official Bulletin \ in Georgia. ., returned to Kisaimmee after an absence : '
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t 4 perature and Miss Virginia Bryan oi,, Marshall of several months- niahed by the Nicely furnished .
<0 operative U. S. cool vllle, Georgia ta the attractive guest i once more where climatic condition be "GINGHAM WEEK" at

a O Station, for the summer rates. Located of her aunt Mrs. F.. C,Bryan; of No.' are conducive to pleasure.:. They visited this store. Lots 'of new patternsto REAM

.. < Thursday;. July 20 office. W, 6. Hair 4 Stunner street.. for a considerable time at. Love select from in the small checks : ;
._. ,
o tl I lock, Nevada then decided to', .visit I .
. ;, and nice Tia ue Ginghams. Also I '
4 Date Mrs.. Wood ;THE, and chidrei : points in California for another two Beach t .. .' '
14 low prices on Yollea, Swiss
Friday, July ::
r .,']- T Saturday; July carrying; on the con and Mrs. Ernestine Rowland autoex months; but ao disagreeable did they; Cloth, etc.. We' have a lot of I Strictiy'a'HomeProduction' ,

,, 4 Sunday, July 15. new Rivers' block at to'Winter Garden Friday to visit Mrs consider the weather that their,home- Window Shades' at 60e. These are :

:, 4 Monday July indicates the completion rryner'l.moth.. .., MVs. J. ,H. B'ronson#. coming was hastened They have seconds but values,
.
<* Tuesday,-.1uly.18 : of the regular: arekglod
seen that disagreeable
snowstorms were moat
,;, \, 4 Wednesday Jnly The Christian Endeavor society: of '
'. .T.hursday..1uty 20 the Christian church will hold a social ; and damp and, foggy SHOES AND HOSIERY MANUFACTURED ENTIRELY.

t y Readings are : : of strawberries; affair this| .evening at the, homeof weather and.they, found the 'sea' on .
acre
the I that ,famous Under SwltallwDelirered
m..for "golden shore9 so extremely Compicte.
Mrs; S. Aultman, 8)7 Broadway
r .< hours. '' -who .cold that bathing was simplyan ia 'where,wo ahne.( 'Vi'a have big I'
Bearden is era --o00--- I
: I ALLISON John values to offer :you and our lines
', .Mr. and :Mrs Mcphatterilanto impossibility. Mr. and Mrs..Taw
1, C offices of Chase & Com ; : give good service and the pricesare
; leave Text week for points in NorthCaroUn.whenthey.rIlt.epende now understand :'one,'at least, of theUm.l'Ourea.OII..m Fresh Everr'DayXOo "
reasonable Lots of
.. ..+.... ., has taken advantagi new goods -
vacation to make er. alilo an. received -thls week RdOD't;
'
r in. Kissimmee with his month in' visiting' relative. ,am ant coming! to Florida.. ell)) you. .,.- both lose money.- ,

at their home, on friends., : -. \ .INSIST ON RAYINGKISSYMEE''KREAM
O Finance an acre of, strawberries. '
# "Carl 'Reidel?j is' taking _a course 'oi McCAULEY'S .

2 E Dr{ Rivers are study: In storage batteries at Tampa. WILL CLOSE HER SHOP 1 :, I

.. When he completes the course he will) FOR SOME,;THIRTY DAYS ,
' : the lower floor of the ; '
,' .' resume his duties with the .Lupfer t 'Department Store Sold at all leading drug'stores"and .
on Possell av- Mrs. J.R.Slnquefield plans to close . ;
Prather -
Finance acre
an 'garage.. at:the
the postofice. 80tf) Mr"Broadway millinery. Monday night'or
; '- .
.; If your car Is in acre- -,of strawberries Mr. and.1Joward M-;: Ira Basi and >son,, thirty days -and:, as may: be soeiy Palms CafeMANUFACTURED a

:; iF' phone DuPonfc 'at "' Bass, haTe been visiting their by A Urge announcement in this issueIs PRASKA.l\IERCRANT ,

f. vice J. M. Duncan are daughter and sifter Mrs. C. Royal, making-special prices.. for tomorrow TALKS ADVERTISING

" leave today for Jasper at Port Tampa City-making;',the trip and Monday. Mrs. Sinquefield >BY:

".. Cultivate 'an acre .county. They by .automobile, will leave for the north the latter partof At a recent'-meeting of one of the

j Born r On Tuesday them their daughter. the week for the purpose of visiting -, newspaper associations 'of Nebraska, aDair.y ,
tnd Mrs. W. A. and her child, and , Mr; and Mrs. L. C. Tyler, who have the markets in several', principal. held at Norfolk,'the pioneer clothing :

avenue, south their : 'at Hamilton and been spending several' days at the cities to select her new stock, and she merchant of that city: In addressingthe i

son. .for several weeks. :Derbyshire residence. leave today by Expects to be open for business about session closed his talk with the
rail for their home at Wooster Ohia.: :
Company
the: first of September.' Due notice Following
Howard M. Katz acre of 'strawberries. They plan to return to Florida during will)) be given in The Gazette of the "I am spending more money, that '.. .

in the larger portion tractor: with: "the coming season. opening. dsy.Cultivate . I. a larger percent, '. on advertising, Lee.It.. ...... Manager .'_ '

.ing the past week in cultivator almost The Gazette ia In receipt of a newspaper than ever'have in the past., Years :.. 82-2t

spraying of some of W'1U'.eU cheap for cash. clipping'containing the first accounts I I' an acre of strawberries.TWO ago' ad-men told ns that we should ..

_ Dr. O. L. Portoffice bnildinf. of_a_splendid"oil,find at-OldsIraar -. spend about 2 percent of our sales. -
IMPORTANT EM8'WELLWORTH dldn'tCi 't.Todaythe highly appretlatedjbyIts: : readers t.teai.
Buckmaster 82-lt with a hint tot print It. Later At .that'time J :
I I the KNOWING opinion of'the best advertisingfirm the daily. ,I think some.,Of you .editors; :
Jackson street/ David Lander left tievelopementa proved report was '
had that I know ef advocates the weekly: papers hold yourselves and {
the'drill Here
train on Tuesday for greatly exaggerated are two things which everynewspaperman
stock in I i spending of 5 percent of the sales, too cheaply.: Th. politician
.'. Buy where the pastor pro- merely entered an oily sand. every lawyer and ev-! your papers "
and not to' Include Ute salaries who b. the keenest advertiser
you are ,
,
o -: The new fish I.I a campaign for some Miss E. L. Wenner and Miss H. K. ,I ry layman should know. 1'I of the men or the office.:help in we' have, and who'generally asks for:
which that portion of The misplacement of a comma asemicolon r
f>eing equipped with Sawyer; who have, been speeding a vacation : getting out the advertising as part the most advertising for the least recompense -
.. duration of period 'in printed
or a
The) a
rent and with of some two months In northern! I 1 I..!of the expenses. I come nearer t not been determined notice ia often asserted to render the
that all needed s cities, returned to Kiasimmte Wednes ing the 6 percent today that' '' of fthe"alu' of advertising. ,, .w
hand. entire document 'invalid.. As.a. pre.: I' ever _ _ ; ;1)),'
at ,
eveniag-afteT"havingexperienced; did of-year. andI '
the 'thepercent
,
mangntreeon ago
cedent, however,_of showing the,error '
The matter of lawn fruited very a delightful trip. During their absence of.'thl..lt.Jl\ay be, cited the decision; believe it pays. .Deer Park'Resldent''ButJdtfInMeW

- new entirely up to ; Last year there the bookstore has been in'chargo: laying that ""punctuation will never. "I Tiave"--a' budget "and'"we"far *a| : U 1it"--

selves. At least one volume of fruit- of Mrs., M. C. Dupont.VENTURESOME be"'allowed to overrule the the plain I close to the'plans laid as we can. 'A
must be elastic. We I William HvKempf; r;; of Deer Park.excbllent'slt. .
apportion
there were but eight budget
should be : n
ty acres "(( CANOEISTS meaning of an ordinance: 111, 147 '
They were of the our allowance)) ai well as we can twicea has secured an in Melbonrhe -
few IA
a days.Mrs. App. 580. :
ARRIVED IN KISSIMMEE ''
s quality of flavor, and The blunder year, and we are learning to <\P1>>or- ,."and will .at'ohce'rnmenM'

W. H. Ball, specimens. Looking as if they had become Inured following regarding a tion eloser.and eloler 'rfJrf1t along. the,, erection:'of.' 'a: .taeconstructlon"building ,
also
\ I. of interest:: In Smith vs Hoyt,. '
of her "To the beat results front ad. having _; frontage of, fifty-
Ir guest to outdoor life there arrived in get ; '
12' WJs. 212 be found the decision rOn
Steed, of 111 of Miami, son of Kissimmee last evening Herbert E. may the' ' vertising one 'must consider the- dais five feet and a depth of eighty, feet;;' .
C. W.. Griffin, en his that "an inaccuracy In pub- half the building'will be fitted up,, '
that would be Interested in "
Ryan, of Boston, and William P. Har- of'people .
16c ication of a statute which doea not .
Shaves, ; ,
; recently and' ied'
.nu'.be'
the article want to sell;then seekthe for cold storage .i
mar, of Brooklyn the two you
youngmenwho'
25c<<: at Casino Kissimmee for a cou change its substance or legal effect, .' ,
; left Saint Petersburg seven medium 'of reaching them.' The largely ff1i' the:handling;ofsiderable haws
of visit his parents and will not invalidate the publication; ? 'covers'a field \of amount of meats'Mrier x..p;.',
Colvin Parker weeks to paddle their seventeen- weekly: newspaper k j
gpne to the citizen's .. At Henderaonvilla foot Old ago Town, canoe' ail thetwayto I' :! By stock in Osceola'Growers. \, Its own;-for Tattoo* reasons' it Ia wore: 'Is-shipping: : '' \" .1,1'''' ''') ,
his wife who isipend-
camp at Camp Boston carrying two hundred poundsof )" "" .- n;"I V ,4 ,!> ,
there. -
k4., .iJ for a month of FLORIDA'n luggage. __ ,'t%
fere 322 Flqrida men Osceola Growers. They spent two weeks at Fort My .

ers, where they :were royally enter- .
,
t
Mrs. Lillie w b hat been filling tained) stopped .a week at Boca --'- ,- - -, --
'. accompanied the ,, Long Island J
Grande, where they landed a tarpon
j 1'I: Matthews! family 'and will become '
,
that weighed 129 pounds and I re-
;
.
to be uriy
Monday
Merchants and Fann :
mained in metropolis. of Fort Ba.senger lE-Vvii
remains of
paid. the
Tuesday Au-
Vt' for two weeks-but their,stay "> -'.
15','Matthews.......- V, to be found in the bank there was extended it is understood, ?:
"- J
.. .rMrand: Mrs.' over, and "getting the because each,' had: ..a' light' attack'"of Your 0Wortunif

4:.Oak street,;east .." ,fever. -. .

day for a two .'A. W. Flathers, who Wednesday they were running from .' ;. '. '

Lives and 'friends in street, left on Wed- Bird Island to Nigger Ridge, in the ' .: t3

finis',, and West : summer home in Ma- Kissimmee river when' an extremely YOUR . "'" ,*'.
1 severe storm broke. The wind and .
e the after having pent a .;"'i"f
t is
, .So Cft I.'
rain are described as being ae strong .
the Kissimmee They ex- LAST OPPORTUNITY ,...Ariy)
In
F. Hodnett '. ...
., lies: that he made an here in October, and that although the. (Rosalia- Captain .i... ,,. .
Calvin Buckets within half
-
was a
"' up their occupation of ,'-" 0 >
; enty-five miles on mile of them and outside the storm's ..
1 to be jn' attendance and vegetables to : ; ;..j. "
.', path they were hidden the greater I,1 ; .,
: that evening to enc For Two Days 0 : ,, t.\i'r '
4 part of the time. Nigger Ridge was ;': : , I
:,+\ C.- C. Jordan ield, of the Broad- about a mile and a half sway-and ' f j :

: .closed a five-year it to leave the latter the storm was head on. A half : ;, t. : .oJ

Grand( moUo week for the mar. hours. paddling* gained them not a Saturday - Mondayv. : I"J..; _
;
, ter Park,: She contemplates foot-and then the boat shipped so 'c." ...1\\''... '
. the coming month New York,' Phila- much water she swamped. The men July 29 July 31 "
}
present make his points to secure the had to swim 'and tow for about half .: =,. df. k!

each week. creations for her Sep mile to shallow water. Later on t
nights tl
'. Captain Buckets picked them up c.';d YOUR CHOICE OF : ; 1 '

Co,G. Strohmeyer, brought them to Kisaimmee.The '
in Kissimmee on .Tu .. J. A. Ray at 215 canoe was.portaged this morn- .

in securing data on Wednesday Ing to Sanford, where they will have 200---Pattern Straw Hats-200 :$ ;.
of DeLand
now ,
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land companies, in clear passage to Jacksonville. '1-,( .'
through Kissimmee. A. ,
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home years ago :
lands were in close not met for full twen FORMER CITIZEN DROWNED ntid some trimmed. samples'J f" A4. p\.
railway running they were neighbors BATHING IN LAKE APOPKA --Bt-- ,;, '
and a few hours vets .
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"and Bassenger. 'Jolly Padgett formerly of this \ 1
nt oft this occasion. ::
county where he worked a number of I The Cut Price. of One Dollart' ; ,
all matters concerning years for ,the Davis people of South- \ I '

have been' amicably ad- port, was drowned In Lake Apopka, .- t 4.,, ,
Orange Spot *
is an effort elngmado Winter Garden, Saturday evening: '
One
'( on the,proposed Im- about aix.thlrtwhere.he was bath These are 'the greatest Dollar

," ON BLUFF ,Several men are: now ing.. He'left a wife and four children, Bargains ever shown in Central Florida, ;

week oat the work con- the ages ranging from nine years of,
'US per 'i,
MELBOURNE. : it is possible that ac age to two years. 'I .

noted in that locality Deceased was brother of Tip Pad- '"; ? a

.', .- / short time: gett, and has many relatives in this. t $1Your Choice .G100 ':

1: Ovenweet iai. returned county and is spoken of as 'a hardworking -I '. . -
r man, an employee of value, + .* '
.' THE THREE PY- to which city: he carried and a good citizen in everyway. He. :
?4 ..- Roll Overstreet, for thtrty-flve of He had. DO 'T' MISS THIS BEST OF BARGAINS I .' ;
was : years age.
THAT KILL a hospital. The latter _. r ; :.
been in the employ; of the one'firm for : '
sufferer for several man'r: years,' 'and was' transferred .to: '
'L. ', Pr-Uti Roach."i\ ; ere is DOW -farery belief Winter Garden a little more than a'' ; J
willsoon be mater- and in'charge'of the i 'i 1
If .! fear: ago placed BROADWAY MILLINERY SHOP ;
1';' "'' .4 I.*, 'p.uti;: fly iii< {( .home Mrs.with Overstreef the children re grove owned by the Davis people. I : .. ; ;; ; , .:

:;" --The. funeral held at the Church of .

:.l .d ,',. P,-fits fly : 'property.:'* '' ,j t' Christ'on Monday afternb, n. Rev..M.R . '. .. '" MRS.. .: J,..RSINOUEFIELD.: : '" .,. ..ct J.:: ,: .), ,,,,.; :, ,'
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; Handled in ][ lnl ,we re prof usa 'and beautiful: In- ;' .-'- ' ':: :' ., -/1> .wMsepteinbel "M""
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.: FRIDAY, JULY 28., 192J, r
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1 i, .""1 i Rosen FiSh"Bouse'Is Kissimmee Pioneer' }f ': ,J

7 Already In Us< Dies In Lakeland ..

'BJRD"S ROOFS The Rosen Fish-Company, "whlcl" Henry A. Matthews I, aged eight' your dealer you want

has long been handicapped by inadequate yuan, died at his, home in. Lakeland] TELL Fisk Tire beside any -
quarters'located on an alley am Sunday morning:, after an illness of a

in a building which should be 're some three months, and his remains, other he offers you. He has it ." -

placed by a modern structure, IIJlOW, were,brought to Kissimmee.on Mon it.i See' for T
]located in building'' situated near: : day, where interment 'took place at in stock or can get

midstream at the west end of th< tho' Shingle Creek cemetery. Ac- what the Fisk Tire' has
yourself
bridge.In the Cape nreeze'.ectlon ''of companying: remains: following '

the city.' II. N, Bratton was the eon- funeral services' Lakeland,'were H ,to offer in extra size and strength; '

tractor/: ., ,,11. Matthews, J. TV Matthews, A. II when,,
..e1 The building l is thirty by forty feet< Matthews, Mrs. J. J. Wallace.\ ; Mrs. ho w its resiliency compares

;. in size; la level] with the public high Lena Harper, and Mils\ .George E. you flex the tire under your,hand,, ..."
and the CooKle,. all of Lakeland, and Mrs H. ,
A and placed on pilings, .nonskidtread
lACq the
way
of :
the depth ,,
rid how ,
upper floor forms .a fine storage room A. Hutchinson, of Chicago, sons(
for the barrels] and. other paraphernalia daughters of the deceased: ; while H. ," looks beside other treads,
needed in the business: Oi iA. Matthews, of Tampa, attended the .!,
the water aide there is an unloading] funeral] services at Lakeland, and This is the way to. buy tires! .' .

paUonn.wlth:: rigging to Jift-thefial Shen..returnedtoliiaJiomeJ&Tampa.Mr. of. -- -7JuInI'-- -. a flslt 27r. of extra vatuftn everY.f. ; -:- '
and loading floor with Matthews was a pioneer
lwv9 to the'cleaning for car, true or speed wagonTIRES
1 little,effort, where a steel] runway will Kissimmee settling hero some forty
Y v. carry them wherever desired. Mr years ago. He homesteaded on whatis -.
Rosen's private office is located where now a part of West Kissimmee, and .

; Here's'Proof Right Here in, the breezes will continually be cool i platted a portion of -.the property .
; which sold and became the site r.t ,
ing. I was et. Tla.R.t ,
: Your Home Town While there is a longer haul for th of many homes.. About-thirteen years _

Ice from the' pant-and a longer haul] ago .he left behind the countless : .
the to the railway station friends which he had made by long I ,
PAROID is the best wearing From plant t
BIRD'S ,-the advantages gained will overbalance residence in Kissimmee and Shingle ;.
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best looking roll roofing made. these. The odors which at Creek, and since that time has Inade 1 <

: certain seasons of the year have been his home in Lakeland. The first
x I 'i'- Folks call it "Good Old Paroid" be. repugnant to the occupants of nearby -. house erected in Kissimmee is said to

cause it gives sucK wonderful service stores and offices will no" longer have been built by the deceased on

: exist, and the close] quarters in which lower Mabbette street.
6 and costs practically nothing for upkeep.
work had to be done now give way to AMENDMENT A CLEVER TRICK
conveniences. As soon at
ParolJit tho all round roofing. the greater pilings have well settled there Every man and every woman in

will be a concrete floor] laid on the Florida who favors reapportionmentof
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r ". W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY planking, thus adding much to the representation in the house and
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possibilities of perfect sanitation, and senate should] kill theeoeallledreap- T

---- the building itself adds to that section portionment amendment which will
+i 4 of the city a business appearance. appear on the ballot in the November .-
Seven years ago Mr..Rosen,.came electiona.Theamendment is-a lure]
..t'of'- S'VAT: Tliompsoarzf to Kissimraee as an employee. His\and a snare, framed after carefulpolitical

built up a business for himself whichIs statisticans had figured out

Licensed Funeral Director conducted upon business principles,, 'Lhe rations and offered as a compromise '."',

Store end Ckaptl and his square dealings with all pat- to a proposed amendment .
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.f ,t B-0"A SO c.r.. Sympathetic-, Strvlc /. R..I_d rons have been productive in securing which would have given representa- .t: ,.

; .. :: Stnoort A...,... All..fmli::n. i class of customers who have the lon: based truly on population. --- -- -. --- :
) Service at Call utmost reliance in all transactions. When the joint resolution passed.he
: y1 KlMimm High Grade Ambulance Residence: 71 last ]legislature] providing for reapportionment FISK TIRES AND TUBES z --j
PHONES
Offlo.: U' ASSET
GREATEST "
ITS it was hailed with Joyn ;
r those sections of the state that FOR SALE BY
--- ------ -- ---- ---- I' The greatest asset to a Chamber. of denied equitable] :, .
OF IDEASA ;have been ao long PRATHER
EXCHANGE W
FARM AGENCY IIAPPY Is its "man power:" "The SAM
4i-- rt.STttOUT Commerce (I representation in the legislature.] It ,
i a SELLS FLORIDA LAND small woman traveling to Florida public spirit, energy, ability, experience was thought that it provided for :re- 107 BROADWAY /"

last winter with her son-a boy very and co-operation of its members apportionment that would give each .'
un' ----- -
>As,proof of what proper advertising'will large for his age, handed the conductor i Is essential] to its success. Sickness county a representative in the house =* It
l'' ' accomplish may be mention- a half-fare ticket and a whole fare or absence frpm the city and! the i according to its number of units in FORMER RESIDENT HERE BAPTIST PASTOR FROWNED AND .
DANCING
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w- .,eel the Strout. concern, which handles one. The conductor scrutinized the only 'reasons which should] keep the I population] and that each senatorial PASSES ON AT ATLANTA: ON CARDS :X

pf Unds, in an the states east of the boy critically and said: "But madam, membership away from the meetings.to 'district would be divided as-nearly as Dr. Milton J."Hicks, for twenty-five, Dancing and raid playing] by members .;)
Li Mississippi. Last month more than .I cant pass this boy on a half-fare] Even more so, does this apply possible] to make them all equal in practicing physician in Klailrnmee were responsible for the resignation -
b a
r +.'#. seventy transfers' were made by this I ticket. HeMs very large and has on members of standing committees.! is population. And it is just recently' years. but who removed to Jacksonville .of'Rev. I. I. Roberta as.pastor of .
ifira., In t' ;Florida, alone. Many firms long pants." "> Fuller] co-operation of the member that the provisions of the amendment some three years ago, died at the the Milton Baptist church. Rev. Roberts ..
Itf "wW crawl along and complain of lack well replied the woman, "if needed that the organization may out and show
"Very have been figured\ home of a daughter, Mrs. Jessie M. said: "Women in amazingly; .' ::1!
1 s of b\Wne.sa-'bt wherever:,the Stroots that-is the. basis of-your deciiion,use continue to be representative of all that' while It does increase the rep- Wood 885 Spring street, Atlanta, on large numbers are, playing] cards for ,,
Awrtise''" ,they'eure results.: By whole ticket for him and the half the citizen. The Chamber can only few of the larger ;
the resentation in a following a three months ell- prizes and are advertising in the public I
Monday, .11.
4't j ,' :;proper! ,.work this firm could be induced for me."-Umatilla Exponent.Buy tender this service by: each member counties: that there is no relative] 'I nets; He was seventy-four years*offlge. press what prices they'win.., Such '\ ,,;
1; totake: an; .interest In Osceola' responding to that which is at once in' reaentatlon according to church and
; Osceola Growers. change re Funeral services were held upon evil influence: will help no )
+. ..coatt''J'1DaDee.\: stock in his duty and his opportunlty..chlpley population in the state as a whole. the arrival 'of another daughter, Twill\ consent to serve'Bo church .

-ri an .acre of, strawberries.-" Subscribe for The '' Valley: Gazette verdict West Florida, as'a'whole, will have a Urs Emmie L. Pearce, of. Jackson which permits such togo: on." iJ .:.

. _._ _.. .. --..- ---..-'--- ---- --,-"-_.._-- majority in the house, under'the provisions ville. Deceased was a :Mason and a '
--- ----- --- is strawberries,
amendment and it of. ,
of the I Pythian, holding-membership'In In Kfs'simmee Finance an acre '
sreasonable] to, suppose that: they expect and dispatches state that be .
'; .'., !h, -. the same,thing in the'senate as also held membership at the time of You might not guess it to see her oa
the )but the flapper is very'charming
street
: .dJ the 'amendment ,does' not' !set forth lit death, In the Kisstmmee' Baptist in! gingham;apron add dust.
:i rt: n\t; X p ,e,. Ct e ow 'senatorial seats shall be apporNews. :hurch.: cap. ' ,- '- '
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o.New US CO. HAS RUINED i

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FORMER FLORIDA GOVERNOR ..

i: BetterHeavierLpnger\Vearing, ,'. ,
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14 M Sidney J. Catts, former governor ,; .'.
' iqi Sox3e/-$IO2 NoTax added Florida, who has been indicted on a

:r"i charge of peonage, has filed a petition -
k. Sale.Now The of voluntary bankruptcy in the ":
on .
f' United States court. 'The total Uabil-

r w tN'ewfI: ItieI are given as $43,032.73, with assets '.
.' : set the high value mark of 1910. '

,M rk .; : 30 x> 3%" tires, when it ? Better. The largest single claim schedule .4.-.w '
inated the $10.90 price r
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USCO Is in behalf of F. J. Deter for approxImately -
' Fall, $18,000, in connection will
;'' today betters that ;, the Consumers' Owned Stores anc ;
c.. '4.. a. } i
,. i mark with new and greater USCO-an .nO2T 0t American Agency, of Atlanta, contracted .?J

: .USCO improved. .. in many important" ways. this year.. Most of the debts, ..
{ however, include] two loans of smal "
thicker tread-with
For instance, a a
Alabama in 190!
contracted-in
r hold the road-thicker side walls, sums
c ,. .surer on life the tire. and never paid, are of long standingOn ,
'adding strength and to
,, the real estate list is an equity
And the price is $1O.9O-..vith the iii claim] on ten acres In Washingtoi Hens. ,. ... ., .,:'
tax Absorbed by the manufacturerMen .- y.. \county under contract, for which h -

as < have always looked to i had never obtained' -title. It was val] Need Purina Chgws'w

'USCO for the biggu' ire toed at $50. . r -

i money*. worth'on the market. Buy stock in Osceola Growers.
:,' Moujt\ dragging? Your hensdon't '

s -They always'. worth get a than bigger SPENT ENJOYABLE.WEEK get' enough protein. PURINA 2 1
.tire mone
: they expect. AT NORTHERN RESORTS Feed it to them or they'll.rob CHICKEN

i I D. G. Wagner returned on Monday ,their .body-tissues ,to get it y
RW (CHOWDER{' I Idd .
from a trip which he pronounces a end:laying will come to a1 .. .,. .
most pleasant, one. He Is district .au en'stop. "Feed'Purina'Chows. ......wi-'.._" ,t.

<. .. agent for the Southern States Life Give jour hens'the' ;

: . ... I Insurance Company, and it is the custom material they, need for both't

.-. < ,,.Ac :: ; of that company: : to have ej \ and :
feathersand, you. -' -' .r
guests once each year all .t Q" eggs, y
u.a.'I1Nc.iJ.'f' '. Bft'f ;9- agents who,,,have qualified] by writing wfll-be: repaid:' many times.PURINA. ';

... a stated[quantity insurance during ." HEN CHOW
*-<; aih I cyer.MoreEggs ::
-. preceding: ,,year,.-which-end* on -.--'
r June sot and visiting point of interest Guarantee w.." r

.. This-year the anniversary meeting .
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a .j "' .. was held'.at.,Atlantic City, New ''The'Porina. tlffls JoaraatoM that you .

-.4 01,1:0I United States, Tires Jersey, ,where .reports were heard,, win (.wben. anore_you.ua-feed'FarinaQsows*r your miim ae yfceeJt 4

.. plans -laid )for: a greater campaign., ., . ,:. .. ,. .. .V ,' 3 j

'-". ,,United. ... '''Wli ," @ Ru6ber. , ,Company. ; J, ..- banquets,,served*,a&di all. met.hob-rol 7: }!
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.. ""annivecaaries'\add. seat"to other Jn: fLORiDA fEjO: :SJU ES. r

: ... "' '... l q' './' ,. '''' .L.t' ..' r 'f ',y i, jcentlves, to,all .agents.:-with,the- re-
'f\ .. ,, broaghleat.
.t '..;. ': ".' "',< suit} that,larger. business;
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Mi 'SaVes-I.Wite.
K. : .AMPSlOlf LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS J ,
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fl and Htudtou. oar. .I r Churcli rltl Nick" Tit'.'
In TeachingViolin. Will teach /
at H..... of Pupil. For appoint-' IK TRill CIRCUIT COURT. ITCH :i11D.. NOTICE' ADMIIVfllTRATOR I"OR 1 nw., \vV_H.',Preach Dl< D..-Pastor .
Went t>hon lie- Batnt Clo FINAL PIBCUAKOBIIn
loft CIA! CIRCUIT. FOR OSCBOUACOCNTV *
945 s. m.-Sunday school.: S My wife was unable! to eat: even,
04000000004004000. FLORIDA, m\' JlAII<'ICRY. Court or the County.:Judge..Osoeola 11:00-a. m. Worship and sermon the lightest' food. and bad fallen

C. P. Whlpple Complainant. ,. County of Geor State,...of. W.Florida.Marsh.' In. r* Estate ?:00 p. m,....Junior Christian. Endeavor away to a living skeleton: She could "

".. Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt not even. keep doctor's medicine on ,
.. Llda E.. Moaher' ft al. Respondent hat the 19th day her stomach 4
may concern on and
FOR'ECLOS'URE 7:00 mSenior Christian En.. was tortured with :
p.
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B. DICKERSON of July A. IA UJ J shall apply to the .
ORDER OF BKRVICH. BT PUBLIC- Honorable Comer, JudVe, of aald deavor. '. .. pain. On' recommendation of e,
TION Court, as .l-iJl: of Probate, for my' final FOR SALE 800 o. m.-Union cervices at Christian friend I bought bottle of' Mayrs
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER To the Respondents., Llda :B. Moeher.
discharge a* administrated ef the Wonderful
Remedy and .he ''is all
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church. ,
.Sermon
widow, Robert Waring and laabell by Rev R"F. ,
state of, .George Vf; Marsh deceased: '
LiiJ} U WarlHK. his wife. L. H.: McCare and that at the same time I will present FOR 8AX.E1 A 'bargain In a good, Ilodnett. right now aDd''haa gained forty
BrlcV-laylnjr. :,,,.,Plasterlnsr' and Haaef MeCarey hl.Iwlfe and W. to said court my final account young, heavy-weight farm marefentle ; 8:00 ; pounds." It Is a simple, harmless
Brack ItCramer.. unmarried:. a* Administrator of said estate; and. : will work single or double. p m.-Wednesday' Prayer, preparation that remove the catarvrhal
No..' 121 KlgslmmeeO. '* from the affidavit of ask for their approval. Halt Klastmm Florida :K service : ;
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<::t A.' Boyer, attorney and ant for C. Dated Jan. 29. A U. 1921. .- Metaedut. Church mucus-\! from ,the, Intestinal tract
P. ''Whlppla, that lainant IQ the above 1.. AIARBR. FOR SALE) Missionary atrawberryplants and allay all inflammation which
styled cause, your plac. of resi- lilt from excellent stocks I'rloe
Administrator. causes I ,,
.. r, KRIBB3 W, J. 8TKJED dencear. unknown), that there: U -noperson 1.50 per thousand deliver d parcel Rev,, R. r.,. Ilodnett, Paator-, and intestinal ailments'stomach. liver
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In th state of FIOrtdaeervte.of GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OFAPfl.ICA. post express.. Limited amount for Including ap.-
,.KRIBBS &(;STEED a subpoena upon whom would bind lioN .FOR DISCHARGE r ale. Deen Heed Company Orlando 9:46 'a. m.-Sond. achooL J.. L pendlcitia. One dos will convince or
lwnty-on you, and that you are over the age. of- ;Florida. ', II-Ito Overtreet,< superintendent. money refunded. J. Zl; Roberson, and P
.... Casiselr at La**.' IT IS ; 'Eh'tbat and'esebof In Court of the County Judge O.c.olaCounb' 11:00 a. m.-Preaching- Pastor. druggists everywhere' ? -
AtteraeyaHJ you of Florida. In' Re FOR SALE-Ford oarchickens Jersey ,
Estate ;
__ State
FIrMametleei '
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In this Court to. billh.r..ln ,, "God's .
'' you filed the of Miriam T. Munger MlnorC. heifer and calf. Call at tl Drury Subject Word.
Oraeral, vIla 1. all Mate JinePatJoba.tof -A--D-1912-----r-' on i th. 7th day. of August Notice Jierabyalvento..alL,..ho LJt_ ._venue. eoro'lr.of.Church.Klsslm,.. 4.:00D.Jonlor League. ;

It"--III'.tw-Cewrta. .' It !. further ordered that this ordor may eon'cern. that I. .. Guardian| me. x .7:00 p. m,;:;5enior7:: Eeague astir< )
b. .published once a wok, for eluht Miriam .T. Munger. will on ihs . \ :
I4lnorb' tlonal.
. .. .. Orange Spot Tnn:
FOR
consecutive weeks In The KUitmmee nth day of 1922 elsht BALJe-.tt pony strawberry refrigerators .
0.P., OAUREl Valley Gazette-a-'WFWs apex published week from the date hereof apply to I alxty-four qvartn.. Great I '8:00. n. m.-Union services at Chris
,,' In O c olii. County Florida. < the Honorable-, I*< Comer, County i bargain for quick. aal*. ''Wauehula De .tian church. Sermon bv Rev. R. K; A MODERN HOTEL '
JOHNSTON & cARRETT .' WITNR8S my- hand. and aaal-oC the Judge of said county, for my final discharge at Company Wauehula. "
Florida-: Ilodnett. ,
Circuit Court thl* 7th day of June A. a. such Guardian and shall' I. 11-lto Subject: W110DShould All Rooms With:Bath
ATTO RNE AT-YAW O.' 1923.. T- also present my final account. for ap Christians BeUeve NEAR '
'
(Circuit. Court Seat . -' proval.. FOR SALG -Woodeq washima- I OCEAN SUMMER RATES
and' Osceela 8.00
Offices:. 10,. 11. 12, ' -- ----Band- ' J.ii. OVERSTREKT. Date<\ July. 10, A. t>. 111' :..chine; nearly. now. Apply *_vl Main p. Wednesdays Prayer' .. MELBOURNE, FLORIDA .
; *' - Meeting. ."" .
BoUdlag. ? Clerk. MARK M'UNaEltT tret. EQ-tf r ,, < ,
NEWELL,, A BOTER.. Il-.t Guardian'
KISSIMMBEL FJ.$ <)ltIDJo.NEID'S. Solicitor* for Complainant.lt FOR. SALE. For Rent Furnished St Jola ', (Episcopal) Chnrck .
Room and No Trespaa Card., 10 '
) NOTICH. OK APPLICATION FOR TAX. '
In .Circuit1.' Court. Seventeenth Judicial ' DEED. cent each at The Oaaette- -of One 4t-tl. Rev. L. H. Kirkby Rector .. If GET. THE. SOIL. READY A
Circuit .of Florida In and '
'f
\ r . .,..
Notice Is" hereby given that B. 0. --- -:-- --
for "Osceola County In Chancery 9:45 : :
'* . BATIKS Myra. I* Moore, a widow. Com Hancock, purchaser of Tax Certificates FOR SALE-Fin* residence property.; mCburch school .(Continued from pace It j /
plainant.) versus "Taylor: T. Tlndall Noa. tl and 81. dated the Tth day of Apply at the of flee of The ValleyGasalta 11:00 a. m.-.Morning! prayer and ,;,-.
DUcatet: and Laura Tlndall. His wife Walter: June A. D. 1920 has filed said certificates.In . Klsalmmee. 1-tf sermon. Subject "Things Which City have made a big success in (growing .
Belt For Many Mm . office and has made application
H. Tallla and Apnalo.lI Fallls, wife my "
"
Respondents. Notice of Master's Bale for tax deed to11 Issue In accordance FOR SALElOn Bet KlectrlO WallI'late. Grow Not Old. : berries for the simple reason theymake'
Notice la > by the underlie with law.. Said 'certificates embrace Practically new.. At.. reasonable ''!it a business proposition '
,
Good bath. with waUr direct from Master The pure
ned a. Special heretofore ap following described property.situated price. Apply Valley Oaatt Chrhf s Oiarca i'
medicinal -wull. Open Tuesday, pointed the above cause that pursuant -; In Oaceola County. Florida., to* *. T-tf. and do everything 'Up'ln the best man
Thursdays. Saturday.,from 9:30. a, to a final decree. entered. In said wlt/ : 4 (Pentecostal) -j nero .KissimmeeV Saint' Cloud and
The NEli of of. Section it, !
SW14 FOR
cause on the ZSth June, 1 12. I SALBi-Two boy* suits 4-year
m. to 5:00 p. m. A short.drive from- shall offer for I.l.f. at public Township IS South, Range >T East old ., ", .Ivet. one dark blue one Corner Brack and Oak Streets Osceola county'can do the same if we q
Klastmmee. Phone 208. eaahIn to the high-, NWU of NBU and NE% of 8EV4 of dark green. Russian style, white
outerr.for on n band Tth, Section 29. Township 15 South. Range. collar and cuffs detachable. Nearlynew. Walter Loreni make I it; !a business
D., -Itll.: between the legal" hours i' IT East Apply 101 Main street. ...ar Sunday School Superintendent.
Orders for the water may be left pale In front of the Court House door. -The said land being!\ assessed at the Fertilisation '

at residence- 61-*. Patrick. street.. the JKlsslmmer.Daceola.followingdescribed. .... County.property Florida.to- .I: date the, name of Issuance of Jessie of said Clarke.certificate--- la* -.. FOR RENT 10:00.. mSundayschool.' The strawberry is a liberal t feeder

I wit:' Unless aald vcertlfIcate shall be. redeemed -- national.lea.oD.CI.fop.Il.gea.. and--Ilke'-an-orcanle-fertiu..r -
'CHAS. NEID: Owner '-Th...-Bealhwest Quarter rSW', > 'of according to law tax deed will fOR house RENT on -On*: .malt'tlv..room price $8 11:00.a._ m.-Divine worship. Special to ten percent o stable manure' 6e
; 'the Southeast Quarter BEJU! ) of Section issue thereon on the list day of July Fll1dlel avenue: (:
Twenty-four. (14). In !Township-I A. D. IUI.ClrcultCOurt.J. per month. .Duncan. Manager. bible teaching. barn yard .manuree,to"''the 'acre: thoroughly G
O'VERSTRKBT 0.4t
L 7
15
Thirty ISO) South Range" Thirty.four < p. m.-Young' People's meet
{( SealFClerk ---- - -before-
'tKr) E..t-l'ont..lnID1r'forty &cre. more ing? mixedwithrthelsoU:
Circuit Court. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished flat..Modern
Of flew, No. ft ResIdence or lessSituate In Osceola. County. 8:00: Divine Praise planting II very' desirable In adds,
Telephones- .; Florida Osoeola County, Florida. conveniences. Low rent for 'p. m.- worship. ;, lw

No. lit.Hours Dated;;July t, JOHN II-It summer. W. B. Harris. .14-tt testimony. Inspirational Singing tion use from 1,600 pounds to one ton _

: 8:10: to.11:00: 1.00 to 6:00 A.Ip..cl..1/! Master 8.In-CADEU-Cbancery.KRIRAS' NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR TAX FOR RENT--Quarter. on the lower. 2:30 p. -Tucsday. ''Women's BIble of high-grade commercial .fertiliser to L-.
class.
floor of the Wlllaon building on Darlington -
DEED
,. DR. B.'L. WILKERSON Solicitors" STEED for Complainant., avenue. :Al ready for oc. 8:00 p. 'm_Thursday. ,Praise Tes the acre. This fertilizer should be
E IO1tI Notice 1* hereby !given that F. Arthur cupancy. SB* J. M. Wlllson or Dr. timony. Preaching. applied In'several applications, say
K. D. C. Watson of Watson-Hall
&ft DENTIST of Tax CertificateNo.
Nave,
purchaser
NOTICE! ItF APPLICATION FOR TAX 1S26, dated the 7th day. of July Manufacturing Company, KJaalm- Everybody cordially invited to all one-third when you 'l>lJ>t and the remainder
Office Over The Rexall Store. DEED A. D. 112 and of Tax Certificate No. mee. 11-tf services. '"Come." "Pray." < "Be in two or three applications't'
1190 dated the 7th day of June A. D. lieve '
,
Notice hereby. given that It. F. Be-,
van,. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 120, has filed. said certificate In my LOST later. Some growers use nitrate"of '4 t

111. dated the Ith day of July, A. D. office deed to and Issue has In made accordance application with for law.tax. I LOST-Toung bird pup- ; white with STOP- LOOKLISTENWe soda to hasten the crop but the' grow. ,

\ 1916 ban.filed said certificate In my embrace the brown and with white stripeIn mutt be careful in nitrate >
oflce and has made application for tax Said certificates following spots. welcome to ,er the'use.-of

JESSIE. _D. KLEINMAN. deed-to.Issue In accordance wlth-1ew:\ .., County-Florida described property: situate In" Osceola -" ,,faco.-H. Porter Reward Wlllaonblock for return to,- Darlington Ver-- .Whe...--do--you you spendyour. our Endeavor.'''Sunday -.of. soda .f or-th-,b ,....--_ut:.
Bald certificate embraces the ::
following \.rrtb.:
described' situated In OsceolaCounty ; Beginning' at t cornerof avenue Kissimmee. 11 Ito evenings T firm berries and the:nitrate"of' ,
Copying Stenographic Work ;. r..tr. Lot T6 of the Florida Land and Im- ;
: I rovment Company's Addition to the MISCELLANEOUSSECOND Come and enjoy with us, at seven lit."used In larg* :amou t.;;will I.''
Undivided one-half Interest In 8%
Town of Klaslmrae City run south 18t o'clock, a lively Christian Endeavor berries that will not'ship
Phone 253. State Bank Building of 8K4.! Section 17. Township 15 South ;,
Range I* East. I feet, west (0 feetnorth IS* feet east HAND OOODR. bought, sold meeting at the Christian church.J,. I CultjvaUon'
The laid land being; assessed at the CO feet to beginning and repaired. The Casino. 44-tf
date of the Issuance of said certificateIn I The south 441 feet of Lot Tt of the First Baptist Church Good cultivation"is very '.aa
I Florida Land and Improvement Com GROW TOUR OWN grape plant Cut
the name of B. W. Pinch. UnlessaalA
i certificate shall be. redeemed, ac '' pany's Addition to the Town of, ;Kis tints, |6 per hundred: tie per thou Rev. 3.. A. Sutton D.\D. Pastor. for strawberries thruout the. ''
.
thereon cordingto. on the law Slat tax day deed of August will Issue, A. I simmee said City.The land being. assessed-at. the sand. Center Belersdorfer, Florida. Brother. .IS-ttx Orange 9:45 a. Sunday'school.: S. L. and bearing season.A : :

: CITYMEATJARKET D. 1011 i date of Issuance of said certificate Inhe Lupfer Jr.'superintendent. Classesfor time many-grower mulch the

-Clerk:J,Circuit X* OVJaR8TRJeJCT.Court.Osceola .I Unless name said of certificates 43. A. Tlner shall and'be Unknown.redeemed WILL AVON .PARKERS all ages. Join the castor's class. With' grass or. straw.. This 'pr .

County Florida I according to law. tax deed will Issue ? 11:00 a. m.-Sermon br Mrs, M. P. the .soil .from,,drying out,; keeps

(SEAL: ) I thereon on the 14th day of August' A. Continued from Pace One) Foster of Saint Cloud; _,,,_. berries off the ground/ ; .
D. 1912. makes a
By KATHLEEN BBARDEK. 7:00 : m.-B ,Y. P. U. live
M-Bt Deputy Clerk.' Clerk
In. Circuit Court Seventeenth. Judicial Oaceola County Florida. d'ritn) that went wronjfi: Sea '1"I* dent. . covering during cold ..weather;: ;

Meat Circuit, of Florida, In and (SEAL) doubled' center scoring Koberson .Union.service'at the
shallow''rooted'
Fresh: < and for Osceola' County. In Chancery.C. By 8. BULLOCK. 800p. at l1rry plant U a
II-tt Deputy Clerk. and McLean. Two more in the fifth Christian Church, conducted bv Rev. and :
,,'- P. Whlpple. .Complainant, versus requires very.light, shallow
ti'blest Elisabeth Oonegan,. a' single' made the total four. Buttorff was R: F. Hodnett. 9 .
tlvatioo.:: soil
The mast .
'Veg woman I.ab.lJs.Waring -and,_It. I &OIlTHATION NOTICE' ), 7:30 ..... :.be,
D. waring her husband Respondent tit for/the second time'and ,Lesleywas p. .m. -Wednesday Prayer fr.quently--eapeclall :aftef rains" ;
.. Notice of Masten Sal. Notice la herebgiven that the Registration meeting,: ,
Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned Book.' for Osceola county "safe at'lUst on a'beautiful bunt Free. seats and a welcome .to :The.! Missionaryvariety ,ti th..

Phone '44 aa In Special the above Master cause heretofore; that pursuant appointed -- Supervisor Florida, will of be Registration open at the office of Oaceolacounty of the that God"in' handled badly. Both strong-era as'.well .as' those- who ..be iy/.knwn: 1n-11ondaor.; "

to a1 final decree...tered In said Florida Monday August 7, A. moved upon a sacrifice'and scored! oil long ..nere.: '' ; ,- purpoaes,'.sndthat,, Jstl}*,;
on the th day of June, 1911, I D. close October A church' of the bible and
cause 111. and will Saturday center by.."Fanny"Roberson. for the
., .... hall offer for sale and sell at public 14 Itlt. ',' -' a timely, single to people; ; plant In Oaceolaooo**3rv.; ., ) ka""
roo outcry for cash In hand to the high.estbldder The Boeks -In '; each ;: . '3 '. ?.: J 1;" Ira j 1922.'V
: Registration t # tf)> i ties require tab**. He1 W\i"*jBsV :
"
DR. R.'.,:' .DENNINGv on Monday. August fth.-A. Election District In the will-be I i.:7- j jAllep ?
county :
DENTIST. ....'' s -1* -' D.sale 111 In ,front between.the..of. the Court leiral House hour door.of, open Monday. September 4, 111. and The. eighth was a',joke.: ".,The'vlsl-, rf:\ .''"?.','t".:, .,. CUlati.. .' ,Garda' ".....t...,:,''"'", ',,I tt fore It is too !*.,.; 'ijfl* rit*"* &* : ,
-" *
will close Saturday.'October 14.111V took' a' balloon' ascension after - .. '
-Klsslmmee ors preparation lOlL '.1tI
In Oaceola County Floridathe your: ;
Pastor ..
11 of J:
Poatof AU person-who are year age Miller '
k' '
Over the ee -
.
followingdescribed property .to- and over and who are cltlsen of the It..o. hands were down.. McLean took timeor"delay Is." :
..
OFFICE HOURS: 1 to 16:60.11 t.1. wit United and who have been 'on. 10:00 .day school t
Th* South half (SH) of .Lota One State residents advantage of Sealles, error to'get a. m._ l. C, E: '
of State of Florida for the
Usi4eae- ) Phoae 174Office Phone lab of(1)Rob.rt and Two.Bass'(1) Addition-to pf Block Sixteen the Townof '(!$) past twelve. the month*..and of the County I He started, to steal second and went Yowell. aup.rintendent..I .'MUST-. MAIL).DOGS "
11:00 -Sermon."
of'Oaceola. for the six month., a. w. Theme i
/ past are
Godwin
Kissimmee City Florida. Said :all the, to third when "
entitled to register. way "The Privilege of Man.T' . From Saturday; July 29 1922.;'
premise being In the Northeast Quarter ,
.. .. .
.
. , of the Northwest Quarter (NEW of W.- C. BASS.. threw ..to center field. The throwIh 7:00, p.' m.-Chrlvcian Endeavor. a Tuesday September 1922- ali
::
,
NW,,) of SectionTwentytwo (SI). County etrFlor wenb/through Selie and McLean ''8'oo'om-UnIOl'lllervlce.
Township Twenty five. 18) South, IS-tf Osceola da. ; Preach. running at (large' within. the,
,
Ms TILLER 1 Range Twenty-nine. (I') East. scored 'easily Not to be outdone, nr' by Rev R. -F. Hodnettt -Theme; the 'of Kisdmmee'Florida ,

_Dated:July! .{.JOHN 'CADEL.KRIBt iHE SAW CALIFORNIA. Scaggs.di4 the same thing'minute "Whom Should Christians Believe!" pity : ,
be
mnicled. uoga to
properly
: Special Master In _Chancery. : third 8:00 p.- In. Wednesday, Prayer
Real i Estate t Agency. --- :later- ne walked, went- to on '' "
A STEED. Continued from fags One Meeting. large, .without: mnxiles::.as ,prea ,
NN\NN W Ns.\MaN\\N qN\e.; Solicitors for Complainant._0-it additional unit constructed This :a bad peg to second and.scored standing We welcome you to worship .'withus. .by ordlnanee.,01- |, 'impouuded

7.. Realty;Bought and. sold. NOTICE FOR FIliAL! DISCHARGH pre-coollng proposition practically assures up' on A worse throw .to third. It _- wilt not be 'r'eleased'except upoft '

Houses ''lentedL.' - In The Court of County Judge, State nf the arrival of all fruit shippedto was nigh}mare. The production of cotton in the payment'of the suor'of one'dollar :
In the Estate of Jno. M. The"-visitor' got only one man to '
-T Del"'paid and Title. verified lee.Florida.Deceased, Osceola County. any point where the company doe V The'local'.infield' Halted States for 1921' was one half gether with fee' r"2I5c for.each:! +

concern, . given to all whom It business In' perfect condition, andit third. played less than the 1914 crop which confinement., "'Refusal._to. paY:. .A'
for non-resident :
., may \ that on the 11th day of lighclass ball .and. Scaggs. caught 'in '
believed that its introduction amounted to 16,000,000 bal...
Fire Life and ;Accident Inturance. September, A. D. 1ISI. I shall Apply is. thoroughly fees justify the killing of the n
to the Honorable T. I* Comer Judge here will return ample dividends fine shape. Eddie Duke led the batters of strawberries C.'H. Drift-era
'Cultivate
of said Court. a* Judge of Probate for an ;
the ,
ci to-all stockholders in the with two .hits and' Scare provided .
'' n discharge, as Executrix the com- e Chief "of
){Indemnity Bdnd Tai of Jno. M. Lee, deceased, and fielding feature with'a beautiful catchof
and Remember seed that
that"-at. the same time I will presentmy pany, the president' the con- corn produced Kissimmee, Florida. July 27;,
.... ........ .... . ....... final account a* Executrix of said B. C. ,Miller and the manager, a high foul right, in front of the 4 weak plant'is almost as.worthlessas Ja-8' r
estate and ask for their approval. Marry visitors' dugout. seed that fails to germinate; neither
Dated July,6. A. D, 1922. Piano, are confident that sucrose I
will
DORA'fI. LEE. will crown the instillation.. : Box. ScoreIssimmeo .\ produce cots Buy, stock in'Oaceola1'' Growers.," r'r

., 80-8t Executrix. % AD R H PO A E . .
.
P. A. VANS AGNEW fact that the fountain ,----r.BASS -- -- -- - -- ------- ------ ----- '
principal '
the 0 3 1
In Circuit Court Seventeenth Judicial Buttorff, 8b _____ 2 1 0 "

ATTO'RNBT-AI-tJLW Circuit of the' State of Florida.In drink on the western coast is Lesley; __.__ .4.1 1 .0 3 1
and for the County of Oaceola. In
Is sold in
real
OFFI8BS Chancery 8. B. Owen aa Receiverof orange Julwhlch S. Prather; cf, ---4 0 0 0 0 0

Winter Park, Florida Company the Water a corporation.*. Carson Complainant. Grocery every city. and 'town-confirmed the Duke, 'lb, ...___ 4 0 2 i2 0 0 CONSTRUCTION COMPANY R

.
versus Pearl Johnson. and embryotic idea that such a production! Robe"on, ; ss ._ 3 1. 1 3 2 0
Henry Johnson her husband R* the citru y ; M
'would
In Florida
.revolutionize CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
pondenta. Notice of Master's Bale: I WIlsonif ...;___ 3 0 0 1. 0 0 .. .
4i. Notice la 'hereby given, by the undersigned industry-as there would then be H. Prather 11; 1 0 0 0 0' 0 <1
< DR. J. J. HARVEY aa Special Master heretofore ap no l loss from culls" and ripes, -and - :JVOOD. BRICK; STONE,
pointed. In the- above caussi that pursuant MeLean", if. ._n_ 4 2 1 0' 0 0
CHIROPODIST OF TAW PA t to a final decree entered In said I there is every i indication that this STEEL STUCCO *
.
1 Scaggs", c ____. 8 l' 1 11 0, 0 .
Hotel -the tSth day of June, 1121. ,
be'at '
1' ; 'Will thep7thand The 8th Graystone' of eachmonth. :::rl'r'; cash for sale .and sell the at \11 matter: will be taken up before theopening1 Chubb; p, .-..._. 4' 0 0 ,0 1.. 0 N, ... .BASS JACK BASS* \ Ct
In band to hlgh- '
; outcry for
". ...t bidder on Monday. August 7th. A. 'of the'.coming'shipping season v -- "-- ._,..... 322 Royal. Street CIS Sp'roule Avel'u""I':
1/
D..' ISM- between the legal hours of If the Exchange concludes to en 82 6 6.27i2.2Avoi *

sale.In Kissimmee In front,of Oaceola the Court.CountyFlorida.House, door. ter 'the field it will be upon a"large (Park AD R II PO 'A EPeopleei ---- . ------. i :?

.:KISS. %IMEE, PLUMBING. \ the! following' described property. toJ scale and only otter perfection: s.. ..-__ 4 0 1 6 't 0 H. HAROLD HUME, M. P- SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON JR.., fed

....., ,," '-' : W'iet "Tw.nt(10)/,: < of Block '"A" ofWm.Bo..U.1I / rodoetion' has' been1 '..,ored. Cal GodwIit. e, --..__ 4 0 0 If :0' 3BeaUe'Sb President Vice,President"'" .., ',,Sea. .Jk. Tract- ; ,1 r
SHOP Subdivision of Lot Fifteen '
v., .,(It) of Payne and Payne's addition ifornians proved to their'visitor*from ;\; ._.-.__ 4 0 1 t 1. 1 Best Fertfluers -. buectiddeSprayers, Peulirj'SuppGes

Yo''c' !---. 1' ,.Jl' .to .the Town of .KI$*"mm., .. City Florida. that the.project,was"a wonderful Rawl..2b, ___.. 4 0 2. 4 'SUartafleld s Honest Goods '<(' Fair. Prices. Prompt Sill,...,

;::'. Nothing Too Big, Florida.Dated :July I.. A. b: till: on..nd that ,the' drink was lb, ,4 0' 0 JI) 0 t w'C .- Ask Tour Nefgfcbor-He1 Knows. t1.rE.Ta ..,' F r

:JOAN B.tCADEL fast doing 'away with 'ai'the manu Sherman 4. 0 0 2 0 0 ..r'OOt'NEW JOLT lat .Price LIV JUSTf ISSUED ,f }
:u' .Fl' ;Nothing Too Small A" Special. 'Master In Chancery., rf -._. .
'
'Y KRIBBS STEED V ,tO-It factured1 productions''which< .were Lance, ct. .....___ 1,0 0 ..1'.O"CDn1ey :r .' _, : PAINTER..FERTILIZER .CO... Jacks..Hla florida \. ; .
: : Solicitor for Complainant., _
; )t. ; ; : I flooding the. markets. L\\ cf. :_..... '2 O' 1 1 0l. 0 . ., . .

!fAliWorkGuaranteed": :; NOTICE' 'OV., APPLICATION' FOR ,TAX' .-- ... It : t 0'0. 0' O 0 . -
DEED Clarki ;,.__.. .. J .

'- : 1 VT6 Be'. ;Satisfactory? ;:r Nou .- I*- Hereby, Given That .A. :M.Chlsholm. FOR'.;TOUR$' STOVEWpOD' : Bryant. ; .....-_.... 8'0 0 .0 4, 0 . 0 .. .'.. -... t'-..'..... .0'" "...'.. .. . .." ...." ....- -\ ".-,.h.- ; ..

r7.1'r\ +. : ..- ""F' purchaser. -?'Certificate Place )our' !den -for.veneerblockiand .; .::.- '-'';''''- ,

; No., so. :dated the.Tth' day of "un.r... split blocks"at once for the om- \. "; 340 6. 24! 'J1 .II : "
S Broadway;; Telephone 143.: D. 1530.haa filed laid eertlneat In nyof INBURANOETHAT : .
floe.-and' h_ '" mad. 'tapplicatlon'for Dlet'month.. ; Block.deliwred': .. Beer. : by innings .- ,. ,. ., I .. .
: *< . Issue with $2.95 for '120 blocks vplit for'stove : ; ;
tax'deed- to Iirdance ; >. ; "R'.U' E ,
law.' Said oertlncat eiabrace. the following I full, strand $3.15. II /
'c.N. ChflU wood guaranteed .. .
"Malaria. described proierty,'situated' In AU delivered. Phone 91 618"Brackstreet. Klsiimniee ._,a 000 22< 02x-6 ;6'' 2 PROTECTS .
; ..
... ; Daieeola County "Flonda. to-wlt Boimln.- I5-U, Avon Park _. 000'000 0000S 8 .I , _. ' .. . ..","...........;. '
W% of NM" of Lot 1, In Section'' II. J.. . >' .., """ ...... tit ".
: : township-U.,South.; Raa't East.-!: . Summary i $Wo'",'beer; Vitas/SeaU, . ;;; SEV1E: ; .. \
l T.-14.I..nd being assessed at th1date t ', y:. '
L : i Kissimtnee 6 (-.
:; -of the Issuance of said ceftlfloat ,P.ople.lefton'\ llama .... .1 w1
: 1 In 'the name of 'B-i-E.. Salmanf ",. r struck,out by Chubb 9. .
;; Avx Park
If .i'A'M.ii W'to 4 >q ,,8; THAT, :S ATTSflES ,
.
/your, l>lans ft :: attend t Unless said certificate shall be redeemed .S"66. ; : -.q"
d t''...'i,! nnen' .Week at'.the'' University of according'. law. tax deed 'Will 'ioo by Bryant.'II; Bases!: nballs. off .. ,.\
Issue thereon on. the'.list ,4a.ol..4v.-. off If hit by pitcher, : l'1
And Chubb 0 Bryant
""Ji'II rida the third week id Augtrst. "

+ the wife along-"Courses' .for" ranD1.u.ti"'A.o.D' -i-o.: d9l2'.J: L. ',OVE1tgTR1aHT; :. Cares'' Malaria,' Chffls'l ; -tad? F.vel, by- Chubb '1' ''(Lanee); by* Bryant1 : .7LUPFERS' : INSURANCE; AGENCY": I ..:..; ,

.', 5411 be offered (8efU t % Buttorff >*} \ylerUlcs.hit;:Robe r.on. *" '' ., ; ...: ;._ ,.: ..' '' I,'
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.' HGHT TOE KISSIMMEE VALLEY'. GAZETTE. FRIDAY JULY M, IMS .
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\ I Elizabeth Wtorlng Katherine McKay,[ I- T T "T. .. T'. "

''t Jimmle-: Squire, Edith Dorothy, and''I RUNS HlfS', AND ERRORS.
aDd Janet Graves, Hazel Hertberg; I '
Francis Marine, Roberta Buckmaster, Captain Grant' GOODS }
ynd.; Evanda Harris of Saint' Cloud.* I' NEW
Are Here Batting ''

: They MARRIED KLSSIMMEE ON GIRL'MONDAYAt WAS played Tuesdays'averages, including': games Per I, .


the residence art the bride's Player'' At.Bat, Runs Hit. cent

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.- Isaac,M. M. Prather _._...7*' 23 29 .387 11\ ARRIVING DAILY" '
Lanier, occurred the wed- 1 1i'
on Monday
{ NEW ONES '' San Story ...ISO 29 46 ..346Duttorft' j ,
: ding of 'Captain William Lynge and i..__ 4$. 8 14326 *'I ,

[Miss Elsie, aronaon-Pat.. Johnston S."Prather-: .*,"130 j4 40 ',307., '... i: ;, :
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rj performing: the, ceremony-there be- McLean .,.-.105 29 .SOS i''
3 Are Beauties TooWHITE 32 '
They ing/present, only a select. gathering Wilson '. .-.., 96 23 29 .302 During: our recent BigSale'we'made. a clean sweep ?
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j of the'family of the'bride ''and 'a 'few Lesley ..:___ 83 '18 24 ..289 of .all accumulations of stock In' every department..

Immediate friends. Robcrson ____130 29 35 .289 We closed out the odds and .ends- and everything'' .- j
'. Captain Lynge, who was a participant Duke ____'._. ;.
x : 117 11 29 .248
} KID, PATENT LEATHER TRIM, of the overseas war, came to'Kis'-. Young' ?' _.___. 36 6 6 .167 was a Great Big Bargain. Not one of our, many. .- /

': ONE-STRAP PUMPS MADE WITH JUN- sirnmee a little more than a year,ago' Pets __-___.. 51 10 6 .118 patrons can deny that more than the dollarswortb j

to the more quickly recuperate; ando Rotunda a ____. 26 4 3 .116 was given for every one hundred cents. ., \
S I IOR LOUIS HEELS impressed was'he that he soon In- Team .
I batting average, .286.
rat ..' ,veated in a citrus grove and decided tParswasthereeiplentofabeautiful J I.We ..Quote.You.] ,on -Goods--That--Are 'Dally"Ar.iJv.lng3 t
to make this his
permanaent. resi
locket and chain on his
dence.: The' bride is a native of Kis- birthday anniversary last Friday. It I Have you 'seen the display of the latest in Women's ', t
i SEVERAL NEW STYLES IN PATENT: Bimmee, and has a large circle of vas > '
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? a rememberailce from the' Kis Hose These are novelties. Very attractive and i
friends, all of whom her
I recognize
CUT-OUT STRAP PUMPS simmee ball club, and inscribed accordingly I
LEATHER
well-made
/ charming personality and greatly admire It was also a token for the so they are durable. Not expensive. w \

.I MADE WITH THE NEW BOX HEELS her.REBEKAIIS. ? excellent pitching( done by the Cleve- These Novelty' Hose are in All-Silk Crepe assorted ,at :. I

; r ENJOY land lad in the Pal-tka series. I shades; we have them also in Wide Silk Cord.Stripe., "

ENJOY SOCIAL AFTERNOON Four more games with Palatka- in various colors. ,E
The PriceS 'these. Elegant Stylish The home of the new Noble Grand g; :That ought to be good news for the T
on fan., And a new corner in W nternav.n .
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Mrs. Lottie Dibble, was the scene of We have received this week thirty dozen Silk Hose t
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too. Here is the schedule
i Goods have been Made Right a fernoon merry, company The hours last were Thursday spent af-In as it looks today i . ; for women. These are in black,. white, and cordo, b,

.social chats and interchange of wit. Tuesday August. 1-Sanf ord at Kissimmee. van. Sell everywhere.at $1.25.: Weare.making $ 1 00 (

I tMrs. Sellna Cooper, accompanied) by Special Price of. ... . .
1<_ Miss Elsie McCoskey: charmed the Thursday August 3-Winter Havenat I
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Please remember that guests by her rendition of songs of Kisslmmee HERE ARE THREE II .
we. carry a romance and humor. The minutes Monday, August 7-PaI2tk. at Pal- I MORE GOOD ONES

sped so quickly that it seemed theflock's atka Tuesday, August 8-Palatkaat Silk Pongee, 36 incHes' Silk ., ;
fine line of POlJl'ee.
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HOSIERY-every pair : hands had not moved at all Palatka. I tAU '
.".- when the charming hostess, Airs. Dibble i Tuesday August 8-Palatka at'Pal-. "wide, 75c the Yard | $1.35. .the Yard -7;

of which may be appropriately: t Invited her"guests- into-the-'.din. atka. :"' .

fngroom. There they were served with I "Thursday" ABffust-10-Winter'Haven i Krinklc Crepe-In-Pink, Blue,.and White, For makIng -- -_ ;

M1 I -- -worn ,with these. shoes. .' ice cream, '"pun li and, among other I at Winter Haven.iMondayAugust.14Palatka. : Underwear, 29c the Yard :
- at ,
kinds; carne Ills"e Dibble's 1.-rme11 - -- - -
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chocolate cake, which is famous am Kissimmee. ,
ongthe Sisters.' THe table was Tuesday August _15-Palatka at WE HAVE ABOUT 150 YARDS OF TISSUE .;

decorated with the colors, pink and : Kissimmee. I GINGHAMS, WITH WIDE STRIPE .. >

green. From the candelabra hung: : ScBgg, formerly of Fort Meade, -is Closing tHe entire lot at 55c the Yard '
FRED S. GILBERT (suspended the three links, in pink and i looking after the catching departmentuntil "'L
green, showing that F. L. & T. were Manager Story returns from his
r integral parts of this Rebekah society vacation and Gordon Buttorff is in Best grade of Taffeta is selling at this store at $1.69

s ' Before the* farewells charge of the team. the Yard.MEN'S
: f' 106 Broadway KISSIMMEE Phone 14 were givenMrs. .
Pitching averages including gamesplayed
J t Cooper again sang a few ,
sc
,, of the that have never Tuesday: 'r'
J I songs ARMY OFFICERS' OXT "
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old In'
: grown : Com Thru The Rye,
"AnnieLaurie," and Auld Lang Player Won Lost cent ; FORDS, ALL LEATHER, ONLY . . > > --rO -

I there was the complement of refresh Syne." The guests reluctantly Moseley ".1___... 1 0 100Young I

.1INSDCleTyiS REALM ] ''ments-and every minute of the afternoon departed with the promise that, this ..--__---- 9 1 ..9DPen 0MEN'S! \ WHITE OXFORD CLOTH
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SHIRTS WITH
; was spent in a delightful man !event should not be the last one. __._________ 103 .769
ner. Numerous gifts were received by Among those fortunate enough to attend McLean __u_____ 2 1 .666 i I COLLARS. ALSO PONGEE IN COL,4.
i DOUBLE CELEBRATION OF both honorees. At the close of the affair were Mesdames Porter, Keen, Clements ...___..?. 1 1 .600 '' ORS, at the remarkable price of. . <** .... '" :

::0. BIRTHDAY. ANNIVERSARIES .. .I those assisting Mrs. Hilton and I Neal I. Willfomi, Jones, Thrasher Cob- ,,Wilson'. __nU 0 1 .000 ,\'
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a.few invited guests were served re le, Alvey Sellna Tells h.i .
)fn. John Pcgh, at her Main street Cooper Cooper I4
4 residence',Friday evening, enter I freshments' -and both young and old I Breaker Gold, and Micses McCos- Opportunity BeckonsTo I

;t talnedto comm.moratQ'the birthday highly enjoyed the entire affair. key and Oliver.CAMPBELL. LandOwnersWho i DOLLAR LIMIT STORE .

(\anniversaries of her isteiv.MIss Mauric.Hofolviry Express Full BeliefAll
RECEPTION COUPLE MARRY .
HELD .
andMiia .
Lucille .Griffln I
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'The entire house was, charming FOR MISS BRYAN r landowners in this vicinity who I' ....
MJss Sarah Bryant,daughter of,Mr. believe they have, indications'of'' oil,. I ..G. W. Persons Company I Iyear' J''
ly decorated with flowers and JapanM -, Mrs. F. C. Bryan and Mrs. N. C. ... I .
t ;t; Jantema-.nd.ariolli: : ''prizes: were;Bryan entertained Tuesday morning and Mr*. J. Melton Bryant, and Theoore natural gas, phosphate; gypsum, miler's ...................... .. ..... ... ...'....., .... ', > .
Browne, ion of Mr. and Mrs, E. earth or brick clay on their property ,
.warded to'winners,, several conThe *;;J!at the home of the. latter on Clyde avenue ... ,.::-
E. Brown all'of Campbell, were mar- are requested write to 'William -
,'test*. evening 'w>s marked upon ( in honor of their neice Miss VlrgmiaJJrvan ',
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\ ." 'ths. birthday calendar a moatbappyevent.ot > of.Marshallville Georgia .rled! In Kisslmmee last' Monday even E. Bolles Oldsmar who has the for,fifteen,years I ]$2788;: to'which thuuld be,added the'/

: : girlhood.w The/ftorahig was spent informally I fng Milton Pledger officiating. Mr. co-operation of a practical geologist Really: that report would not indicate probable cost:of the police, the-'fire1;1
w . J. / diversion //and Mils. Browne j-will; take theW to'make investigation free of charge by any means that the days'' of men, and the day labor in the .
\ being a "pig" contest, which : teftraJ
4- I 'home' In Campbells.. . and is preparing for an inspection .of the horse were numbered: i--. at least
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.CHILDREN'S PARTY i L caused much study as welas -, IN departments,,,which would doubtless t
; of this Mr. Bolles
' .;f., BROUGHT" .:MUCH PLEASURE. meat., A daInty.I ad course., JIIerriT'' 'Buy stock .in Oseeola. Growers.KISSIMMEE .- part president of county.the Pinellas County not centage,In Osceola'of.decrease county.be taken Jt'thll as a, per criterion be in excess of of.$300. Thus;the expense '::
sNearly forty little friends of Rosalie and cake were served by the Board of Trade and has accomplished conducting: the, entire city ';
.' and lUchar4'HUton. in response to ,assisted .Miss.Mary Bryan. '' L03T GAME '1 considerable for development of the. state, and'over the Unit of .Gainesville, with between 5900 aDd"

invitations from'< Mrs;, C. E.,'Hilton,,; Those present 'were Miss Virginia( ed-States, -fully two hundred years 6000 inbabfantsrwill'be at the minimum ::1
a .pthered at!their'home-on: Beaumont Bryan honoree; Misses. Katherine Til By a score of two to one yesterday: VISITED PALM SPRINGSA would be required to render the hone $soo.a. : month or $3C,XM)

F venue Saturday' afternoon ,to' enjoy her, Mary Louise Simpson Lois Over- 'the visiting ballteam from Ensue laid YI.lted'Palm' extinct. -- annually. To'' be on the safe side the.
the:birthday anniversary' party of it over ,on the Cpwpunehers -andthe jolly party Springs latter figure should be '
placed
at
street Gilbert Carolyn Walker,! 1 t. MAINTAINING A CITY $4ft.,
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r' Lake, county boosters, will be last Sunday and contemplate a like' 000. '
; ;,botth.llttlp; host and hostess There Christine May, Margaret and '' happy '"
'u" were-'games and prices,;and birthday Stanford, Lucy Lnpfer, Martha Mattle Belle)for considerable time. trip next Sunday.' Those maV ig (Continued from Far One) 'With those figures upon which.,. Jo :

t ,cakes with dimes In them; and then and Lillian Harris, LucWe,GrI1'fin' '! the trip were Mr and Mrs. 'E. L.Brown. manager. The cry of a "one-man bane cost It may be seen that in many
\8 Cultivate an acre of strawberries., .. Mr and Mrs. J. D. Cone and town" is absurd wh.n applied to the points at the present time much lower ;

family E. C. J. Dickens and son, Mr. city: thus managed There are weekly: estimates may be put in effect in Kts 'j
IIIIIII l and Mrs. W.A. Markman G. M Taylor meetings of the board of managersat eimmee. The councilmanic Wilt may v ;
IIIIIIIIIflIIIIIIIIIIinIIIiiIIIIIIiIIiIIIiIIIIIIIiIIIIIiII ll I S(
.m "IIIiiIIIIIIIiIIiIIIIII IIiIIIIIIIiIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Lr and family. Misses.'! Bertie<< Mayand which! all plans are discussed; the. be cut in two. The absence of a paid. . .
Townsehd I
Pauline Miss Lizzie hoard tells what it deems best for the fire department! would make the out* : .
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.... Mae Matherly. and Lonnie Ward, all city: along the several lines and it I lay in that direction which .Ia now \
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of Kisslmmee and Mr. Mrs.
and
sg is then up to the manager to see that graded,! on an attendance bails' los 'i:
O. W. RIsh and J. M. Smith of Or .
such conditions prevail at the minimum j'than' one-third the sum expended "
h You can not saw wood with a : lando. of expense. In the "hiring and 1 i*|i Gainesville; although the expansionunder

'i'. 4 C 8TART/ED> FOR BALTIMORE firing" line the manager is the head I I a manager form' might ne:4aIsitate *
== FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT -and, if he is the right sort of .1 some needed betterments at an

man, he insists that every employee early date-bett.rm.nb'for which thO,
,, The Bank With HammetII Mrs. James M. Willson who has butslightly shall earn his wages. I men have been aaklng.:/The maintenance

r gained health since coming Along the line of expenses it maybe cost of the electric and water
the == from the north, left on Tuesday1'' midnight well'to take Gainesville as an example plants would be less than,the figures''

for Baltimore, where she entersa because the figures for one quoted for the more northern ..city.I '
I Ability'a y more than you can carry on a E3 hospital for extended treatment.Mrs. .. year! have been given in the Sun of I I(I At a cost of maintaining Klsslmmes '

'. and business without. Willson was accompanied by that city. These -figures have been :fully twenty-five percent lower than
.> ' == Mrs. Betty (PherigoMcGowan) ,'who .made available: I(I
A Wi luvgiiesa Y has completed her visit here, and was The mayor receives no salary, but the,within year from the time such forn > .
A A Bank returning to her home in Washing! each
Account seven councilmen: are paid $10 of government- introduced It (is
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} 1 to Serve 4 ton. month the tax collector receives
e per ; believed by many, miles of paved +
$125; the office of clerk treasurer, streets-each block of whIch would
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ARE AUTOS KILLING :.,
. Lay aside a 'small "
sum assessor and publicity receives $315; bring about increased values and H!1 .
DEPOSITS INSURED (Continued from Pan One) municipal\ judge $60; The city manager ''would induce new residents;'and there .'"

: Y""E .. the county books are all'that one can receive.' $300 and his clerk $135. fI, *e general feeling that, the new'
Out of,. or11_ f.ngs depend upon for matters like these. In the fire department the chief receives ';form of government will 1HI strongly:

e Of [course it is pos.ibithat the assesor $76, his assistant $100,.drivers supported, by the voters.of Kissimroee.Wanted ..
: has sometimes missed a horsein receive $85 and $70; but it i is impos-j J,
e e 1 every day for, :;the future it :wont i making his canvass;,but if he missed siblei to be exact with the figures regarding

come an !ss. Have .a method to 'your one i in 1907 it is'Just'as likely that the for man'and the members

. ry, ',savin*: '"USE'AN AXE! HAVE A 53 he missed one during last year. of the companies s those sums vary :
Through the courtesy of Mr.'Bandy with the number pf fires. In the To
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ECK 'ACCOUNT Buy
r .: Try us for i=: :1
r / this Information has- been"obtained.. IIctl department the chief receives .
\ prompt 'attention to!). businesSB The'lnost recent,-books of;}h. assessor $100,' and' two>-'patrolmen receive' $&5 ._ ,

r ; those Just passed) uPon by: the,and respectively: ; and'the pound-' Small Orange, Grove, direct -' -
: eommllllionen,.'&how.th.re..re, now, in I.master receives' $100. Police also from
owner.' ; f
Oseeolaeountt.precl.ely'69 horses.!!.receive sums/varying from ,?:6c to. 1. :.Iffyym: '
It'would be'a most naturaVconclnsioivtherefore : i KS* for each conviction. The foreman, have one you' wish Ho'sell ;

: :Joanttosoeoia: e l .COd"y.1 ,,to'assume,that the numberof of."'the' .tn Cilclepartment'reelvea! let me know at once State ,'
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thoae'animal.. Aften-le-n ago was $100...;:Street- laborers' 'receive,1.60 acreage,. %jre :of trees1; : :,
times that number because.""the I&25 when
many toj;{{ .per' "day' :setnally&aployedandnoWsstbat.ma : number?;of, treeuIety: ;:.
i toni b1fenU:;drlven"' themTout* .made.Is .: ..
But, to the contrary: ,,' It )Is shown that the water and I li Ctt: department the eta -j: 'mean business.. ... !Address ,'

Xoara' 9 A, M''to.3'P'M., : : j lID;l SOT:there,were.bnt'-6H horse.'lathecountyAof:0aeeotal ,I chief,engineer receives,$150;, lafa,...-J J letters to LL -

,;: ; : !' ,That- means sistanVcolored) $1101:."..thltden; !i
ti ,that 'la.fifteen'' years ,the:'number-'of :l'fMer1+ and two firemen receive' a totj'al j I f "Q;? Postof nee POX 43Ktssimmee ,

{ ,horses In the county' has.lessened by: '! of $250;", other laborwt'and: guards :
''fortytwo'anlmaUriseven' ; perceat;|land helpers recelvo, total 'of.;$434.;' Floridasstt;

.leis -than-'one-n'alf. of;: one percent! :>|I This( mates* .grand menthly.toW'af' *: : f --

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