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: August 4, 1922
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01075
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: WEAKENING BRIDGE Council Would Perfect '. Here's A Chance For -

Lines On Avenue OUTSTANDING DEBTS
Ruby ', ,Some Fine Publicity .
-Strawberries'arid
OVER REEDY CREEK r Since it has been decided that, the i :" ; Satisfaction'000 F:, Hi; Gilllam who is di.trictsupertvisor

rF council can in no way grant' any ,of- <. of the fraternal order of. the OF SCHOOLS ARE LOW q

the useless width of Ruby avenue to Moose, which is. now said to be the
Strudur .,In Bad Condition I' those who would like to.purchase third largest fraternal ,organisationin State Auditor Gives

,May Cause Disaster about' .seven or eight feet of frontage Strawberry Blossoms and Strawberries green the world, was in Kissimmee yes.e'rday Good Report After County.'
Foil
At Any Moment, for the purpose of improving Tinted with blushes as each .'one-Is seen; ', for. a short time from Orlando \ Investigation ..
their properties,. the council decided where the order is flourishing'' It'

One of the bridges. In the lower por- at its session on Tuesday evening that Ripening under* the sun and the air i may be remembered that this organi ,Under date of f
July IS, 1922
_J3LLib9untypntheJDixIejiigh: ; t.i".Jnv.L cleared-fiomLUroad: . 4And( spreadin--their-richness-everywhere.. i sation recently purchased the large R. Campb.U.tat. auditor; Leroy,
creek is i in such to the dock with view LImL! y.; .
way, spanning Reedy way entrance a hotel "and grounds"Tat Orange P rk7on eito'meat
'bad.condition that there Is a'probability to ordering in sidewalks the full ciao 1 Welcome? the business they'll bring to a town- I' the Saint Johns river fourteen miles report"of the.Amos finances comptroller'of 'Oseeote;; the

that -if loaded truck should'strike lance Business that 'no little! mishap will down. from Jacksonvillee for the sum of county which is weH-worth the e.n-,
It'going at a nominal speed the This means that the office of the ice $50,000,and have renamed it"Moose-
structure would crumple like an egg plant must be set back'several t'fee t- Everywhere growers will. hark to the call haven. Herein will be cared for aged fill consideration. The of all tax-payers'; xcitizens.

e. .hell. Following that would be' a which will mean also that the.loading- Ready to plant out their beds before fall. Moose, their wives or widows, while I; have concluded report_ an appears examination below:
'If" suit for damages.The platform will have to be altered. H. the
parent headquarters for the orphan
liability for the continued ill. //R. May, manager and stockholder; Ready to go? Then let every man ._ children of member.'of the orjderHsat the and officials check ofthe'offlco'amount.tof; ;

;:-. .. ..r riondiUQat cf_tjle bridge? 'is variously"placed the\plant, has been long expectinguch / Instinctively raise the best berries he can; Mooseheart, Illinois, where ')respectfully submit of Osceola county- and'

.. upon the state and upon the action-knowing that the small more than two million dollars have report of such' :
4 w witli [ check and examination '
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t\\ county, The stet" took over the, building used as an office) extended'over i Everyone perfect never taint; been invested. The national conventionof Clerk of : ,,

: ,highway, it is stated by some authorities the property line; and it will require Strawberries picture no artist ,can paint. the order meets there on Sunday clerk of court Court'Tb. has accounted

and that contention appears to no action at law to have the \ August 20, for a week's session, and for all tax certificates .
be verified the fact that the state made. The of 111 + : charged to Mm
,. by .jbhange perplexing part THORN that time President Warren. G: Hard- and has his other accounts
,,has contributed a stipulated sum for' the charge will be relative to the) 'ng will deliver the diplomas to the to..date. :As posted op
.. | county auditor the
\ repairs upon the shoulders of the road |j ceding platform. Mooseheart graduates. Briefly told clerk
,keeps an account with the tax
'iJ.i as far as the Polk county lIne The, It Is possible that had the order for Prospects Most EncouragingFOR ; Mr. GiUiam will cause to be distribut and against the sheriff. 'collector
The clerk'soffjce
f fact also stands that when- the stet vacation of the city property been ed at that convention, where 200,000 Is conducted-on.a. y
, did an alleged injury to a vegetable ,seriously anticipated there might have 'people will "be fathered; "any folders high'plane
> +and his
OPTIMISM OVER THE accounts are all In. atisfactory .
+1. .and berry-grower close to the fair. I]been some change 4n the several {improvements COUNTY issued by the Chamber of Commerceof shape. very '

ground it vies without the province and betterments which Kissimmee free of charge-as king '"
it' of the county to undertake to exttijdl have been added to the plant with a For Strawberry ProductionSticking only that transportation shall be The county County judge Judge has :Sr

f-- ,. ,him any relief., view to increasing the ,daily output. .paid on the literature. The secretary and deposited to' the accountedfor
school fund
Others declare that the taking ov- Together and Pulling Together Right Now of the Chamber .of Commerce, all collections. to"-b.' '
g. .. the .. In required'by law (
eLof highway did not.. automaticcally !U. J. Burrows will explain ,matters "
STEEDSTARTSSTARTSWELL--' - Putting-Over- -- .0 .!Deposited. -JJL
.! call for the county to pay no 3trawbery Campaign Means I inorT. ,Tul1; - *,
' .regard to the keeping up of the Easy Work In ''Years To ComeThe Sheriff *
The
'r, bridges; that the bridges are supposed ON FIVE-ACRE TRACT sheriff has accounted'tOt, all
chief of. conversation in BERRY PROPOSITION collections and has deposited to'''the, .
t', tJ to be cared for by the county: topic had not yet entered the plan rand it
.' all circles at the time is proper fund all collections of fines
straw-
and that upon the count rests the present was believed before the day was over I ,
.,. responsibility for the -safety of the Believing In Strawberries berry culture. Just how many acres the needed number of acres could be BROUGHT THIS BUYER and} forfeitures and holds the follow... .[ '
l" bridges-even though there could be Attorney Is Now Making are to be financed; how many acres reached and signed up. ing fine and costa bond.:

no highway for the state to take over Ready His Acreage have been pledged; how many acres It is also possible that Taft, where Rhoda 'Thomas! Bond due 9-15-21,

, were it not for the various bridges. of land especially adapted for the successful things of much consequence are new Publicity In Strawberries $100.01))) *

.;t Upon whom rests the repairing of 'Another well was spudded in on Mon- growth of berries can be secured being carried on, would join with Kis .. Induced This Buyer Munchie Mainor: Bond due 8-2@: -22,

this _one bridge-none of the three i is I day. This one is on the five-acre tract from those who are willing to simmee in acreage. That plan was To Locate HereJ. 165.61.
do their part in this cavalcade marching tentatively promised months "Tax Collector ..
in first-class shape-the fart remains lying opposite the home-property of come ago _
'.' that something should be done before j A. E. Thomas and, has a considerable toward betterment of conditions; to the Osceola Growers-as the peo H. Reed of the Reed Bakery, Th 'tax collector has closed' and +

" some serious! casualty brings sorrow .:frontage on the brick road north. Of how many shares of stock in the Os- ple there recognized the i/xcellence/ moving to look after his interests in balanced his 1921 roll, and, h..' accounted -,

w to-- some. home, or expense to some j
. driver. If it be the duty of the state 7; : five acres would be too big a all these points? and many others have Already at Taft there is a considerable home and about five acres of 'nice county' taxes Including licenses 'and ,,

to do the work it may be that those I"patch" to start with even under the been voluminously discussed. acreage, and some magnificent fields land on Sunny street In the Pinedale polls. The t.x'coUectpc's'accormta.:

authorities have not been informed of most auspicious circumstances; and Up to yesterday noon there had already growth are evidencing what addition, and placed it on the market are accurately kept and are.sufficiently

, the condition-and the state should the bebop proposition is going to prove been some 208 shares of stock in the berries will do in that locality. The agitation of strawberry reult I;, I detailed.

; be made aware of the immediate need perhaps,. anv enigma that will require Osceola Growers: bought by farmers Almost at the north city limits on lure in this city and county has attracted County Commissioners end Scfcesl- ,

of work. If it be the duty of the considerable solving. But Mr. Steed and business men Saint Cloud peo the left of the brick road lie the ber- the attention of people bothin Board

county to make the.repairs quick action will put In two acres-possibly three pIe alone took seventy five of these ry tracts of Fi. A. Nave and A. E. and out of the state and the fact 'checked the reports' and accounts.

t should be taken. -:.not only to make money but to show ft was necessary that this stock, be T.IIomaa". .where the field .Is in splendid that excellent strawberry land, could of toe funds of ,the above< "mimed

' .- Someone should act" the world that Kisstmmee can produceas. disposed of in blocks of not more tftth/ and where nearly every visiting be bought here for less than one-fifth boards as kept by"*'tAo'cUrlt'oTconrt'
than five shares, in order to finance automobile that the and superintendent .(publkl"ztrne; :.
fine strawberries the steps occupants the price asked for the
as go. on __ _same_ quality .
f northern markets. the making' of pony,, refrigerators may view. Mr. Thomas believes in in other cities and counties la awaken tJon'ancl.fincI that-such,-report*'-and, "

DUTIES OF AN EDITOR There-is no expectation of securing which will be put in requisition at the the double row planting* various ing the energetic to the fact that now. accounts are,correctly keptThe
proper tme. It (s possible that some .lIOna-one that with his little I school board!} accounts are':anaioally
being i is '
a flowing well-Although <
: OUS thousand feet is a' weD of that sort of these may. be put on.rental. Invention cultivation will be easier level.. well and neatly kept and the outstanding ,

,1.RUtoSTSTREN whose flow is several thousand gallons Up to yesterday noon some eighty' and quicker. He has taken a gar- The Reed tract and home Ita.i' Indebtedness- of.this- board is,nri. f
I acres had been-pledged for berries, rake of -usually. It seems that OceoU'''
idea old-style construction and
of water per minute. The well ( passed into the hands of Mrs. Ethel' ; '
:Dearborn Jndenendent Has 'Is being drilled by J, C., Dibble with but'it was-necessary that the numberbe cut clown to "ten-inch width, and L. Jones of Jacksonville whose husband county school aff.ir"ha... been efficiently

., I Interesting Story Of the same outfit that brought a fine increased to one hundred before the has riveted to the upper site a scuffle came to Kissimmee to look over and economically' admin!*.

:;.... ,$'" Newspaper Work well for:F. A.Nave, but a few-days present plans be carried out. Less with a sharp edge.., With this he the,, proposition of the berry culture. tered ,
...t than that acreage 'would not justify claims that the soil 'be stirred .. . "
". agoibut;; there .is surety that there can > He concluded that this wcs his golden -
When the city editor*of a small will be obtained an unlimited supply the platform buyers-and shipments with but. little effort;and by'turning opportunity-and with the intentionto EUSTIS, MET' DEFEAT

? town newspaper gets to his office at before the well shall be termed com might be forced through other lines. over the tool any stray weed may put in a trial two acres of berries ,

7 a. m., he throws off his coat, rollsj plete.KISSIMMEE. Yesterday afternoon there were num- be instantly cleared away. He suggests or even more if he considered.it wise ': ;
I
up his sleeves, fills his pipe with his erous volunteers covering the districtto that all growers have one of -he made sure of this home with its FUSILLADE 'OF' HITS t;
interest some good farmers who these .
, favorite brand of no-called tobacco, WON YESTERDAYThe made.CHAMBER ample acreage.

; lights! it, pulls a new pencil from a ., Mr. Jones has returned to Jacksonville Eustls; Early" 'Streak' a-
L; drawer, sharpens it and sits down. Winter Haven team suffered .
BOOKS to close business mat-
:: Suddenly the telephone bell rings defeat at the hands of the Kissimmee REGISTRATION ENDORSES texj?} but left up instructions some to Immedi Cooled,"A s Time Passed

'a. and he picks up the receiver. The players on the home grounds yesterday ately get .ready several acres of his Score:';" '9 To. 2,' *'
*, by a score of 6 to 1. TO BE OPEN MONDAYOffice
i voice of a woman on the -other end of i, HOMESEEKER RATES property for the berry culture. This '

j lhe wire indignantly wants to knows Cultivate an acre of strawberries. ; appears to be the first purchase made It takes a lot to make :she Cowpunchers '

a1 "' why the item regarding the ice cream Open At Courthouse: Suggested That Financing because of the proposed introduction'of m.d.4" But when they do get':''
Ii and strawberry social to be raven by the cultivation of strawberries on a that way, look out:' Two atr.tl ht'cI.
Books In Precincts
the Ladies' Hope Society of the Presbyterian ' ENJOINING THE CITY Open Growers Be Handled commercial scale+nd is but a fore feats at the hands,' of,.Eustis did the'

church wasn't in the paper One Month Later By AssociationNot runner of what will be 'done in a business trick. On Tuesday''' the "Storyltss*" K
: the night before. It was such an 1m i when of berries Home Brews rose "ii: .-their" wrath,
USES PEOPLES' CASH If in Osceola I way once a crop
1\} portant item and so many friends of any person county more than twenty-five mem- shall be marketed. turned on their up-stste en.mi v'and
loses the right of franchise at the bers of the Chamber of Commerce I '
f
.:- the church were looking for it. "Can treat was the slaughter thereof., j.
r. cel my subscription"L Money Is Required To Defend coming November election it will 'solely sat down to luncheon Wednesday noon Extend White Way ..:Thirteen solid hits manufactured pine<
and entirely be the fault of the where
man there should have been
f L Injunction Suit Over seven Upon Dakin Avenue hind) which was just six more than we
the
for due
or woman notices
are ty-live-for the.
luncheon excel-
tr" page one, fourth column near the bottom was (needed. The finalcount was Klssiro-
r, of the page" replies the city Dark Tsil} -Lights being given regarding the matter of lent; and there were important matters At the session of the city:council 1 mee 9, Eustis 2. And,Euetla djdnt

" editor an 4: joshes the woman for over City Attorney Steed called the at- registration.The to be considered regarding the Tuesday evening the matter of thedark earn their tWo at that. .'nIeyeame':

f" looking it. 'tention of the council at the regular I office for registration will open strawberry issue. and disattractiye condition of| in on Gordon Buttorffs semi-annual
Some about that time at the courthouse next Monday, and U. J. Burroughs the new secretaryof I Oalcin avenue considered t
one, probably session on Tuesday evening to the fact was -some terror, a bad throw to first la the ,
Y'., when the earth was emerging from I while the matter is in mind it will be the organization was Introduced to of the members declaring that it was sixth.

..... chaos to order, remarked that variety that prompt the part legal of the action city was in nece.aryupon be well for every man and woman of the gathering and made a few remarks! not a pleasant thing for the newcomerto Per was on the slab, 'for the' J locals r

r. ..1'; Is the spice of life. He must have the for an injunction responseto to i' the age of twenty-one and over to some of his higher aims and aspirations KUsimmee to have his entrance to He allowed only seven .c.iterecl hits;

had in mind the city editor of the vent the prayer enforcement of the city pre-ordinance see that he or she is properly regis for the body and through the Broadway made objectionable by so and should not have been scored OD.. ,
small-town daily newspaper. 'What i tered to give right to vote in Novem- body for the entire city and county. much darkness. +'
Opposed to him strsnsrer who.
regarding the carrying of was a
f; --. variety is. he gets. No two ten-min lighted tail lamps upon all motor vehicles ber. The registration laws of Florida Incidentally he told of the advantageof The cost for erecting four standards went under the name of Smith. It:
ute periods of a long"working day are are complex. Many voters are the formation of a building; and similar to those.on Broadway was ta- is a nice *
in Kissimmee brought by easy name remember
the same. misled by the belief that a registration loan association which he will'de- kcfc into consideration, and it
t.- ap when
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you'are looking for'one.
George. P. Garrett on the grounds {that For'six
;1 He's the buffer between the public said ordinance was "unreasonableand vote for a primary entitles 'them to vote his efforts a little later-but; atthis peared to be the concensus of opinion innings this boy steamed '-slonV la '
and the publisher. He gets blamed in all elections. Inside the two I time he will do all in his.'p<>wf'1' that the investment would be an excellent great CoVptincher: y
nonsensical; to make answer. The shape. Only one
for all errors-typographical, cities there are frequent misunderstandings toward assuring continued interest in one, and the matter was turned '
grammatical ventured
filed before Andrews as far third. But wftwr
petition was Judge I as .
fact and if there's suit -. belief being general thatif the culture.
berry
; a over to the proper committee with he blew
they heard it 3aintCload.
of the circuit court. : in
I.: for Jibel, he's the cause of it. He's a name is registered for a city : A resolution urging, in common power to act. .. It
the for ? happened to be the ,
Questioned as to necessity lucky:
got to'know his town and what's more, election the person named is entitledto with every Chamber of Commerce in rev. r
: know the people in it. He's got to spending the money of the taxpayersin vote in other matters. the state, that all railways leading I Donegan Was Elected enth. Rnberson started the fireworks l
such manner Attorney Steed explained ,with a single and went to third hen,
: know their characteristics their likes The only" safe way is for every vo towards Florida should put in force Holmes
the entire matter. Councilman State CommitteemanThe Prather pushed through ,
on
,t and dislikes. He's got to know what ter, or would-be voter, to call upon the a homeseeker rate for those of the '
Clark asked what would be the short. Duke was safe atfirst when '
' r, print, end sometimes it'a more im- : probable registration officer and see that all (north and west who desired to see report sent from Tallahasseethat 'i. .
.
"
first sacker
\ to know what not to, print expense of "fighting the .inJunc- matters are safe. The office open- what Florida has to offer was drawnup I Osceola was one of the eleven i In I I dropp.rt"Uuow:: : ;.,
t.t.to tion to the limit. Mr. stated Roberson and .Prather '
scoring
Steed
; n what to print. ing Monday will register voters in any by J. W. Steed, and was unanimously I the state to elect at the. last primary I Ia j-l/kagsr: in
that it be between 150 and dropped safe certtr. ,
probably $ one
.gent job and one requiring the portion of the county, as all books adopted and forwarded to the I member of the state democraticcommittee L
.;1 "a moat tact is In dealing with those who $200, unless; the decision was appealedand and ,duplicates will be In hand. If proper authorities. I was entirely correct- although ,Ram Prather poked anotherthrotub.he '
it was necessary to make, oral the;Work is done will returffs [ ':visiting: hortstop 'Duke;;>nd .,;
ward free. advertising -' propaganda 0. at,once there G. D. Ache, of Dover who has been no were, made locally '
its*could be called in larger cities; but ,argument before>be.supreme. oartIn be no danger- an omission later::: on engaged by the Osceola Growers to |1 public by,the canvassing board when :Statgs.tounttnR, ; '.; ,,pets, doubled,,:to: ,,
which add'l.The deep ;
eenteiaadtieondon'a' hito"left
an'
mthe'smaller towns it --classed as"news ease there" would be at a dat.'too late to be of any use. take entire charge cf instructing and I that body completed its official count. :
Jlona = "',_ .:.:: .:... ', by; Bnttorff.. Thr-Attiny1 """. .
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reCia ratlcnsboobJiIthei.
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(p and in many places makes.u-- r { : ;[:*4vi tng berry'trow.rs'ftow to'sden? Atbar:;E:Doaepn-irtbat-offlclat; 'went'ta: T,-' .(: .
on-U.'Ji
from' ,.ene-thlrd.:to;;one-half of all lo-. council: 'voted:1unanimously: :;to era) 'precincts,of'''the,county win be tifieally carry on the business of producing -M having qualified for the jiosltlon .srer ',: W'so" \ .

y eat matter carried In the eolumne.: uphold the enforeanent.ef'the 01'll1e'lIaaees"ancI' open on Monday, September:4. This the beat strawberries! tree pot t with the- proper authorities. There th.pi.te'andaoredona/ :; oM'bnse; '
.
tbe, efficer*. in* thedis- | blow'.to'T right .by t sleyi Robernnn.up ., ;
)'op.Instance;the Old Order or'Ur- plaiT,enables those:wh 'may.find I present, kt .the ;larm agent Leo IL 1 being no;opponent to that candidate '
'
chins decides that"...te.haH'needs re- jfcharge' of their" _duties and las tiaeted' inconnaleat.front'any.e&UH.to :reach Wilson,,took' !lBson'! ..t. go into cSe. I it war mot necessary that his name be for: a' second: tlm ap'prtecfnottmercy ; ::; .. :
papering'and that possibly a .the attorney. to,take steps..*s were Kissimmee' to ., Irtoftster :: on the rattled irfsltors'snd'f .a- ioI// .
new,carpet ;: ..Oy UIAI tsuregardingtb.'p: ,that had I printed on: e.haJJob.-.the aam.wW't.bat'men '
A needed ,tot defejMl i the .city'agalnsti r read!; AH.mall It:;_ a rlerioasnlng. ..
would Improve its appearance j : the .registration--at the" precinct oftantlnafd.TsailaieEitnt been made In the way ef stocksellingLContlnsk'ee primaries being''applicable '
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TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY.. AUGUST 4. 4922If. ::: ;


.. WHERE. WAS YOUR :girl and the nice' boy who Just ,

HITS AND GIRL LAST NIGH1i your home. 'I : water is eallinq.YJIu+ y
ERRORS
I
Tor y"our Summer I I'RUHS,. !: This is as true a picture of the rsatt: .
night Com tcClearwater's CLEARWATER'M 1.
Captain Crant who. habitually goes
o t i I "Isn't my child having' a' &'J"&nd:
f\.t time,'' muses the proud mether, as down shady lane. as God Himself O"-u.ec1"V ,

Everybody came out 'of a batting she contemplates' popularityher of draw', It isn't it. exaggerated one bit., Beaches offer you a most attractive. e for

''J lbYl8Xi' |lump at the same time In only one daughter. "She is"so popular single bit, but every girl who summer outing where you can enjoy salt water.urf bathing ,
she Is out yuur
last nine have we with the boys that every
out of games
bath
our that if she of Mexico Modern and commodious houses
been out Gulf
way, were! In the
t" made double figures in the hit! eo night with 'some boy and 'doesn't i g-et
: IVhrne u e would say itss. true as Holy Mmuaement pavilions, flab dinners, danclncIowUnt., fishing,
It is wonder.
until after midnight.
there .for in
BreezeiBlo; \ umn. Let's hope we Lay ful." I didn't go ait far with my Itor boating'and above all, good. motor road direct to the Beach. a.''W\. N
the'nextnine. that could if those Clearwater Beach Hotel,modem in every"deeq
boy. couple go The beautiful ,
the
Does her popularity cause
;
If.I;I You 'won't Bee another' Catch 11ke who. call, to stay at home in the par. permitted to continue. and'appointment, I.'open the year 'rouhd. Available cottages .

\ REDUCED '/,,hat one Archie McLean made in man ny for? Where. was your little. girl : for rent. In spending your vacation at this world-famed resort '

r railroa4."tote! a moon It looked Impossible butt "Ntf, they always take her out 1 fQr ,nightT"Why you need not be taken way from your shopping habits M ,
: fell aftei little'' girl was second to none. Band Concerts are given
big boy got it although he a ride." my Clearwater's shops are
\.1 RTES. / wards. Poor old mother! Your daught dance." at the Beach every Sunday. Write for information to
i '" Sure she was there for a -
OF TRADE
time. Sure she BOARD
having a "grand CLEARWATER
,
.
..... .....- Pitching, averages, including game "My girl wouldn't-do such a
\ ... ""' is but how CLEARWATER FLORIDA
played Tuesday: Out every night on some lonesome! as that.
Best Bathing;; Beaches Pei That is what they all say,but
with the parked
4 -
road car -
.... -- -Pla-er- --Won---Lost-.ca thousands cars areoiitl.1ier : S
-- host these-Ty
: y/t Florida Moseley _________ 1 0 1000 of the popularity of the public. roads parked with .T

CHAMBEIHCOMMERCEJterttting Chubb ____-______ 1 0 1000 days is born in, promiscuous tewe.The lights out. Somebody's little i .

Young ___x______ 9 1 .900 young libertine flock where the f hei ap out there wrapped in /me an the time in Gfoa
easiest. .
: ttftraturt OH Application.KICK Perz ______ ______11 4 .'783 love is the arms. Where was your little tl
.
Is what
little is different
"My girl
I\ McLean -----------o 1 1 .500.666 you say; that Is what you all lay; ; Don't go to making alibis. ,
y Clements"1 what all think arid feel. ask yourself if you'reallyknew.
that is
GRASS!) r'OnN.EMONUIIVM.For, COWIMCAS, MH.I.IC Ir : Wilson __u___?-- 0 1 .000 Let me tell you they something. You snot she was. OOO ... ""''' ''' '''''' '' ..... ............... ; t

I, 'Xleld medial and shipment.Vegetable/ S".d.Vrlte All ..seasonal tor That double play Skaggs to Duke raising your'girl right when you Just reason with yourself a 4

Pries Il.t and Catalokue.\ Our b..u. fast Story's understudy caught permit her to go long auto rides. while.I } '
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was ;
: tlful And Instructive catalogue I* tree about the
talking
I. .. valuable Information on a low foul fly that wate'meant' to be the night. You are not giving her am
''Ii?' farming and Hardening for Florida aithe and whipped the ball i to I the chance she deserves. Your little night rider. .}. ,'
South Write to lie seed. today rnqulrments. for. a sacrifice could get : made of the flesh Where was your little girl . 1 ....,. .
r special prices on your first before the runner girl is up same as fft
Our complete stork will ei night TWas :i(
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able; us to supply you-to advantage back. anybody! 'else's little girl; your little
:; price and quality. \ girl has the same emotions and Im- she in the vast army of Don't Envy '
s Won twenty-five 4jnd'Joet eight for ed automobiles that flock the :j:
: 'else's little ,
pulses as anybody gland
_. _
J;! f. A. MARTIN SHD CO. U winning percentage of .757 is the is no different from anyboPiss's ter nightfall +
stands Wednesday. A win Every road leading out of good cooks Imitate them. For biscuits that -1 ,
it on :
that
way little girl. Every girl
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seed 1.Nlorld.
.4 l.srirest
,t" Oldest .. on Thursday and another\ on Friday; drops! to shame and degredation was city is flocked with parked cars I' are just right use

'...jJ\. MIEaat Its? 8t.. "...k_. UI.. Kl.. would give us a migh''ly sweet average once just/ as sweet and Innocent i in many of these cars some !
,. to take to Palatka on Monday. and as pure minded as your little girl, la seeking the downfall of some i

-- the difference being shejwasn/t give,!_ rent girl.1ricIt.hey.
: ... How many of the fans are going to T- say Ute worlJ(J is gc o
h' make the trip with the boys It will the protection she should have bee
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}better.
:
"t given. She was permitted to run twill
be well worth while as the Cowpuneh- Don't take my word. Go and
1-- GOINGTO era are 4>ut.to.. win both..those. gamea with any man she met in autc;; The sight-Ii SwaitTng "you : In "
,, late at get-That's the different f L'J Irw
toward ,
,. will long : rY
Support go a way bad on earth you see fity to gout !
and the
: .I helping them cop both of them. between your little girl veatigate. i iI.
little girl. They are all good to
!: BUILD Wonder if -"Brown-- Mule" Smith !start with. They all want to tight Thousands of little girls are ,

,: will report to Ernie Burke's Orlando everyone of them. And the de- there in those parked. cars. Girls : J>OIt't try to jlo( quality cooking Without} quality C ""

? Bull Dogs after that 9 to 2 lacing he< cent is aways gradual and it alwal'ollow's as innocent as ourll.I I.i Y flour--it can't be done. Ask your grocer.
I last .
ll3Yx' got here? When we think of that the long auto rides into tlw Where was your girl trud'I i
I ,
?
Are you sure MayfielJ's
AiA.IL KINDS! seventh inning we' are a little afrai' light.It Houston, Texas. j Bliih Milling Co., R. C. Woodbery Company

!ie wouldn't last long. is inevitable! I i Seymour, Ind. Distributors, Orlando i .
1 am going to break up the auto
I
JnBR' That benefit performance at the riding down darkened lanes. Cheap Roads Will 0h.< M :.$ e"9"fr "W frW" oooo oo..O.... .. :
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The picture Prove
Casino was a huge success. I am going: to present the truth i to -

; was (good, the entertainment you mothers, with the full projectile Washington, August 3.-The traffic as a basis has carefully listed "HARMONY PREVAILS"I ,

Cypress, Pine and Cedar. high class and the attendance could ev.rybit wish force of is naked hldeouaneas.I I f deral highway bill I recently pavement types in order of their du UNDER COMMISSION-

as good as the boys tell you only the truth. The fact by President Harding and rability. Starting with the most durable MANAGER .GOVERNMENT ,

We make Window and Door They all wish to thank C. C. Jordan ire worse than any fiction yet con (190,000,000 for highway I the list includes: ... ;" !,
and generosity ir the News Paladium Benton
of
Tor his kindness eived imaginative writers. Says ,
by during the three years starting ; I Vitrified brick sheet asphalt, cement '
supplying the theatre. mad with I don Harbor, Michigan: y
Frames. You may get me. 1, last, indirectly inflicts a ; I concrete, bituminous concrete. \
.F "This is birthday for Benton "< fl i i:
(''are. If you don't want to know the community that builds cheap I bituminous macadam, surface treated a '
EUSTIS MET DEFEAT don't read this Harbor's commission-manager form ;
what's going on ostly-to-maintain pavements on macadam, waterbound macadam,
.All kinds Interior Fin Throw i* away. I am writing for portant thoroughfares.The gravel and sand clay. of government, A year ago tonightthe
;ash A11 kinds of Screens (Continued from Pare One) hose mothers- who want to know exactly federal money is I city commission was installed at s''

the pesky visitors were enjoying I a what is going on. Lhe various states With the" : DEATH OF JOLLIE PADGETT the ckty hall., The began'a -

two run lead at the time. a real pic campaign of improvement, a pro'f'f) J if,
; Let us figure yourEntlr.e in the Let me paint a picture standing that each state will I wish to thank all friends both i ,
They had picked these up Lire, and you had best frame it and dollar for dollar. The gram of retrenchment in (pendingIf ; ,
House Bill its quota, and old, who extended so many
F (t.lxth with two gone. Patrick doubled lang it on the wall of your memory through the Bureau of young slashed city salaries. It1 voted,to ; t
rnment entire
kindnesses tome and to the '
Lo center and Newman singled to I am going to break up this nigh I of work for nothing itself It'a been" ;,.,.
lic' Roads, Department family at the death of brother, t
left Patrick pulling up at third.. auto parking and you had better help] lot seeking to dictate what Jollie Padget, who'waa drowned my in a bard I'Nellln&.7ear.jut...there!*,jnuch ,,.'t ",/
t. R0BT. RIJEDEL CO hit fast one towards third 12 ;
Wingfield a to show for the months,
Dt/ke'i ne. pavement be constructed in any small lake in the grove where he was gone. "" .
tat ButtoHT threw away over The nice boy calls and sits in the. specifies that the "Politics has been'''taboo through .
ommunity working near Winter Garden on Sat
Novelty'Works .lead, Patrick and Wingfield scoring. parlor and kids you along a few min surface must be adequate for the urday, July 22. Our thanks are expressed out the, year. Harmony has .,.pre :

sasily. : tea and then says to the girl he hascome fic: anticipated. for the floral tributes vailed. The commission has not hada

The Cowpunchers added three morn for, "Let's, go." \The' nice boy: However, the. government [and'for the presence many of so large a single row over a tingle thing, a '. ,
the eighth for good measure the night remarkable for hall
and your girl departllnto t list on protecting its number from Kissimmee- Orlando and performance city _.. '
Holmes Prather and Duke singled This story' refers. 'to the' habitua providing'that the various'states, ;( Winter Garden., With the exception officials. Jn. appointments, policies,' ,
with none'away, Scaggs and McLean rider. and acts the commission has voted 0))
light l
must
lof their own pocket, of one sister.. now of Miami the entire
both beat out bunts. The latter was It is as true as Holy Writ. federal aid roads in good family of four brothers and six sisters as one man. Those who have watched 4 .

a squeeze play on which Duke scored They are barely out of sight be repair. If this is not done, the : were present at the services. My the commission's detailed proceedings / i,.

ft w ,standing up. Pen skied to center fore his arm slips snugly around her srnment will itself maintain any l brother was thirty-one years of age, throughout the year say this harmony ;.
.nit Newman dropped the ball, Mc- dirt and she pulls up close to bin tot properly maintained and will and had been a Christian for eleven' has been the biggest factor of all in <.

;Lean coming in on the error. to make the hugging more conven duct the cost from the state's I ,the commission's first year" ')1 i .
90 e The fielding honors went to the lent He is doing thin unless he is I a lid allotment. sis-ters I ."
fielders, McLean and Dun. I stick" "human pill." WENT THERE TO FISIIiREMAINED ;,
two right positive or a I Highway engineers' point out ; children and a host of friends. We PREACH
TO
ling making remarkable catches. Eddie ,If he is a regular he proceeds to pul quota of federal aid to I shall\ miss him greatly -but will meet I ., .'
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Duke again lead with the stick, a lot of cuss words. No young man i:. f minister 'i
retired
the less durable pavement types him later on. Rev. David Lander, a I :'
jeting three hits out of four. 1' -fault unless he can slingXm dirty within a few years, be greatly I I Mrs. Florida McLaughlin. of the Presbyterian church, re"l i ;

"All" Lost!" Box Score The greater his assortment of"ex pie- I iened by heavy annual repair siding at Kissimmee, is looking over J:
Kissimmee AB R II PO A EIuttorff ives the more he impresses the popular naintainance costs. This TWINS WERE AWARDEDTO I Punta' Gorda this week. Mrs. Lander 1
8b ______B 12 021 .
young tiling with his worldliness ince henceforth can not be I THE WRONG FAMILY is with...him and they have rooiruwith .;M; }IJ
______3 01 4 7 0
; sley, 2b If that isn't so.. I'll quit right here the ' c
x ,. ts it too often has been in ; Mrs.. Dreggors. Mr. Lander is ;.
Many a newspaper<< .account toberson, ss _____4 11 1 1 0II. They bowl around the city, maybe, The community which builds; It seems a pity after the attending I well known in South Florida and'.ev- A

: Prather, If____4 21 000 to dance. for a short while, maybe had the details ,
of burned dwelling a rents that, while costing a little physician given regarding eral local citizens are well acquainted r
Duke, Ib __-____-4 2 3 15' 0. 0 I to a salacious picture show. tt first, will last so much lonter i the birth of twin sons to Mr. with him and have invited him to

'; .reports "All lost, Scaggs, c ________3 '11 2 1 0 And they. sail out into the night lot call for constant and c and Mrs. Benjamin D. Spence, at 422 preach at the Presbyterian church

j and only the property 3. Prather, cf ____4 00 1 0 CfcLean I lIe has a favorite spot where he generally pairing,, will escape the Main street on Monday, July 24, thata next Sabbath. lie has consented to
j ; rf ______4 12 400 does his parking. If your gir I should have credited
there
what'this of heavy maintainance charges trifling operator do so and it is expected that
.,r.'. (;;"' owner- . knows.. Pens, p ----------4 12 040 ia accustomed to parking, there is n< early construction costs. |the double addition to another family I will be a large number there to hear

means. -85 -9 -13 -27 -15 -1 rgument. If she'is not, he will find The Bureau of Public Roads, at the same location. Errors are him.-Punta Gorda Herald.
ome excuse' for parking. His mint bound to but such this
ts observations of the occur a one as
:!!!
-a Eustis AB R H PO A E haa been on nothing else since he satIn pavements under'heavy motor I appears to be almost unexcusable. \ Buy stock in Osceola Growers. ,

r Insure your furniture as [gow, If ________.4 01 000 I the parlor and conversed with you.He I

you do. yonur home. Bo Uassiter, ct-------3 00 7 2 C may have "engine trouble," or has -- -----"

1 euro that you insure in iTaden, 3b ______-4 00 1 1 0 "look for 'a flat,* or is "just simply; '

.the Hartford Fire lin- Patrick, lb _____-4 12 811 tired of driving, and we may as well I Ho-Hum Same Old Speed I :
r Newman, cf _____4 1 2 0 0 1 1Wingfield. sit. here as in the parlor." Sound .

uranee Company. 2b' ___.4 00 4 2 0 easonable, doesn't it? ,

Smith, p-4 02 0B 0 And.they sit there. ,

't Call this Ixwdwick, ss __,,3 00 222 Overhead the stars wink knowing ".....-:-...-. I '
on Agency Dunning, rf --4 0 0 2 0 (, ly at each other, and the fence post !,1.4.. I S \ "
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-,- - - stand dismally out in the,, night like } :
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-g. 'JCarson Farmer ;aunt sentinels. ' / J
Score by Innings Fragrant breezes toy with the clrlthat I t, "--,. ,: &' ,. '

Insurance Man" Kisaimmee; _________ 000 000 63x-8' drive from her pretty forehead I ,, ;Qj ".' ..'

"The Eustis: _____ ________ 000 002 000(-2 and 'the nice boy holds her closer inhia A",$;a.!f r::' ..: <;'J <;.!.. \.

Kissimmee, Florida, Summary: Two base hits Perz, Pat. arms. Why not? Not a soul I hnear I }Y.r.: !: "
: t" '
e' rick.. Struck out by Perz 1, by Smith and it is nice to be held tightlY!; .d' :

rNr 6; bases on balls, off 'Perz 2; double by one you love. Why not? There ] .f .x NEE f{ !!jS! ._,
plays, Lowdwick to Wingficld to Patrick doing it in the picture and no one, '. ,. ; ;r \ .

,;Rich Bachelor Wants Wife Scaggs to Duke; sacrifice hitLesley rinks wrong of it. Why not? The
1' ; wild pitch, Smith' 2; left on tory books are full of stories of girl; I, 'l / \ -'. : '
:, l bases Kissimmee 3, Eustis; 6 stolen love ".. '
W" ""Many people have blamed me fo: ; In the arms of the ones they "
'.. :.. mot getting married. Since childhooi bases CAggs, Newman, Lowdwick Vhy not? No one will ever know. : t.
It ,1 have suffered from stomach and livr Umpires-.Chubb and ,Grant. He vows of a love that i. tende "
;..a. '. trouble, never being,able .to' ge H.Rblapen neet ,20.' :
"J- '.ay medicine or doctor to help ms,. The' Irobb department iitqvUpped ind enduring. I 4 .. '., .
'f 6 Now'that Mayr'* Wonderful Itemed:]: e to do all kinds of Job print. things Into rapt ears. H t presser ,
.- .': ', -.ly.sLcntiml ly'curedmeJ: amlulxiou mg-on-.port-notfo.-and atreasonablmcea. ilong4enmlnot M; to--hero-tips, '
{" ',to got, wife-t It la a aimple, harm. t We ; make a specialty eloo for cheeks grow warm. There steal :: :
ate preparation that: 'removes th r leaves 'for ledgers.\ '- 47-tf roc hr strange new feeling thaomea. \
'the InteiUna.tract : .
..: h } mucus from -
:' .., k.t.ev
< t. and allays' the ,\Inflammatioirhlch a I. A.man too practical to, believe in : to' a?, maid' when-she' U aloft. .L" 7I
:: ,cause practically. stomach. the. saving power of faith usually cane rith a man and held fa hla arms. U<. $

: '1" ,. are*and.lnteatlDal.a11mta..IDclueJ.. > counted on.f4.each .the, stranger's. IdUea her, again and again-thos*hoi
-
," appendicitis. One. doae'' will. eon. .rarm kisses Her;head'; falls bad
a' refunded,1 J. Z. Bob< hCnltirit. '

', v.;.,.....-a.or sad money drnffgtatc- everywhere' . .} 'an' acre, of ,strsirberri r; ..s.1llmp'in ,hfa arm that .U your',little G. Pu.a.0s par. rat ,

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l-/FOUGf'T'1' Rev. W. A. Harp baving'secureFtbsI: : .
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job of filling the pulpit of that

TAPPING ANKI' hurch. And they do say that. he la

""''IICr' : : always "tuned up." 111"g

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By THORN # *

.. TamesIs, N.M"J
f
Buv JkrpfclandSpend
a emH. the Lakeland Start y'

Wf're'StW Bobbing Hard Tor Get TV MonA Miss Inn Grumbles of-Dun cl a arras

the difference 'The man who used to go out in the quart of milk-. ellen, who has been in tho city,

evening' and ."bob" for eels .now '1 1a 1'.. Six eggs a day- ,\\'illl'etum to, her home Sun.,,
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";; daughter who bobs ,her hair. .And Will surely keep'Cori.umption dar "
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{cn ; _.< --; <_. > try
that
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bobbed hair looks a durnsite better'n. away presume that I. the reason. ,

bobbed eels, i-teUlnC'rou.. -Saint Petersburg Times: net; yrumbie .,
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.# # ' The 'milk's. alt, rights ... *'' .'.. ,

*- *\ Too Much Power Now But f'r eggs I delve- Chle",Is Not Chick

, ..,. : A dispatch from overseas says: F'r I have to pay'f or- One of" the large advertisers ,of

. I 'Dam! on the Llffey river will gibe Ty cents for twelve. 'amps'offered in the Tribune of Sun.
.
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. electric power to, Dublin; will' coat * day a "beautiful lot of chick gowns," ::10':

" $6,000,000." What the Irish desire is Merely A Transposition and I was- .wondering if' he meant' .

t. a dam on .
+--. much electricity n the a ever, tRere been arrested'Tor "throwing Gotten'the gownTngs loo-ked'Tieiter: orTwchicJc- eya'ie COOD/, .

'. now. eggs at a colored restaurant" 'I don't na" than on those who had progressed -

't'or.r know; anything about that case, but past that age-if any there might

\! Advertising. With A-Slam upon several occasions I have been be found in "Tampa'a fair city" TELEPHONE fAGN TE";' ,

. A firm in Arcadia is now advertisingin strongly tempted to throw colored' ,* -

at rotten I Sounds Doesn't It 'L LOCATES IN ORLANDO
" the' Enterprise "twenty percent off eggs a restaurant--and Mushy .

. F.Oa on all bathing'suits," and in the same suppose those fellows felt about the Says the'Tarpon Spring Leader; h
'
I Otto
Wettsteln. owns a stringof
si : Looking over the society col
advertisement adds: "Don't 'forget )me way.

DETROIT So-and-So's sorehead remedy for! eft umn": ja..c paper just now, wecounted telephone exchanges, "throughoutCentral '
Florida =-< among' which .rt'
,And Expensive Also l different
chickens." Doesn't that fellow know eight persons -
the lines at both Klssimmee and Saint
. that the chickens that will buy those, who"who occupied responsible -
"Bathinguits Cloud has changed residence from
who homeon
positions" were
suits have sorehead
bathing never a Live Oak to Orlando, in order that he
: Gosh, he must be crazy to talk that right dear Annie. -They're gay if visits, but not one who hada easier
may be within, reach of hisvarious'
'way to his patrons! they're filled out right; and if they job. with
branches his family
*. are filled out right they're so simple Isn't that the truth Then too, ;' and -

Heart In Advertising II that the wearer has to slip 'em on what a lot of folks "accept he is now located thete.I .
POllltlonl"l There is still an agonizing delay in
I
It seems to me that the pictures in with'a shoehorn. Then after they get -just as if the folks .
I I making the promised betterments to
an advertisement ought to somewherenear ff/et and sorter clingy I don't see how working their fingernails off to land ,'
. the Klssimmee line, although the superintendent -
stick to what the heading matter (he wearers get 'em off without pliers something of the sort. Why not Say j

says. There's an advertiser in Pen- !+:unless they use a jackplane. I the man or the woman "has a job" I II I of construction contin ,
this the Leader it is always ues'to say that "within a very short :,
thank notice in : ;
suits
sacola who you.
yelled "Bathing one-
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time the Kissimmee system will be
half off" and if the picture doesn't! catering the "younger set"i i I "
of highest possible efficiency, There T
prove that one of them, was four- __ _ JACKSONVILLE, ,, FOUEYER not to_the "boys,and. girlsj! and there.I ha.-be eiHiomeMbotherlrFnoronly r
- -' ----" TpTOrcuring
fifths off and still-a-slipping nI'm Is never mention n made-of the"oldarset. !
I the needed material but in se*
of female Nossirii Merely as a suggestion ." The Leader should spring some-
no judge beauty. I
J And to keep the matter : have been attended by the curing the needed qualified workmen,
J *__*_.*_, iprings '
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' .' Betcha Would I "Def re'all disconao life waves said "younger set" and! next month'wedding 'inrtruej but the patron r-thetoeat'

1" ) Never before has there If you 'were getting fifteen thousand -' Who very frequently feel bells will ring" for one of line are becoming impatient at the

plunks wagoel\ year like B. M. An irrepressible insane longingTo "the loveliest girls of the younger I delay. ___ .

.t'' been produced, at so low Jewell who is anxious to keep all this visit a "Husband's Exchange," set." The eLader should spring something -
PLANT CITY'S SUCCESS i
labor trouble going wouldn't you I To see if they can swap about a "feed for the older set" y
a price a car so service- One medium sixty old BRINGS SUCCESS TO CITYC.
_ want to keep something stirred up I year once or twice in a while-merely to

, able so trustworthy and just as B. M. Jewell does so that the For two energetic 'thirtys, pee how the folks take it. E. Barnes manager of-the Bar*

rest of the fellows living on the bene- jl'd say that Jacksonville /* low Land ompany stated that COT--

so economical of mainte- fit fund would think you were earn- certainly the storm-center !Mane Mighty Manliness respondence received from nearly '
Sought by disconsolate females Some dar old iuid, one of the
B. M. Jewell ;
ing just as
your money [every section of Florida and almost' '
theFordTouringCar. Who longingly yearn sort that belongs to the "No lips that "
nance,as does? Yassum. .I thought you woujd.! every state in the Union indicate
To shoot the whole works'Out hold the claret shall ever osculateany
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that the the'country ) ,
bf people throughout
Millions owners Sort Out This One of their own husbands honey from mine" society saysn '
just becoming thoroughly"aequainted -
are :
A dispatch from Paris says: "Sar- Or some other woman's husband all earnestness: "No woman should
Ford with the advantages offeredin
say so. Buy your bonne's recent charge that the ectop- t And get away with it. ever marry a man until' she hart seen \ Plant City and surrounding terri

lasmic materializations demonstrated him from the waves at a
Terms if desired. emerge! ,
today. I| Something seems to draw 'em, tory. He states that from informs-
by Madame Bisson! a French physic beach resort; then she can acewhat I ",
Something seems to thaw 'em, Lion gathered through 'correspond*.
'rl the medium Eva were merely sort of a being she is contemplating
I So they get a little pistol ence, he estimates that five timed asI ,
phenomena: resultant from regurga- living with all the remainder of her
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Osceola MotorCompauyAUTHORIZED And fill it up with shot; may people will move to'Plant'' City!
tion have not been proven. It seems days." Llssen Annie; if a woman
They touch the little trigger land Plant City lection/withIn the next
all that stuff was wasted- I to consider form-and that,
a pity, too proposes '
DEALERS Give a little jigger ;six months, than have ever'come within -,
Just like celebrating the armistice too, after she has seen the critter
And the man who useter was the same length of'time before.--l"'/
. .two or three weeks in advance of its come out of the sea-then there'll be ; .
In now a man that's not. ;Plant City-Courier.' ,
happening! Yassum. ninety-nine old maids where now : -' _
Y4 -
", * hum there is )but one! Just smoke that TillS EXPRESSES MUGlI ?

h Mighty Few, I Reckon lOh.! it the funny thing -fr I know what I'm talking about.I ,. '..
wiles
; How many of those women who I That a, woman who is unableTo And farthermore and nOTeOVer.it Clearwater"' ;' ": be' adverts

.
; ( used to study about first aids only I hit ;a cat with a rock that advice is to be followed, I think I'ed liko Saint; Petersburg'andlvMlamJ. 4

'Death of "Aunt Haly"Removes Ball Team Benefit a few years ago know what to do for j Can plunk a man o nicely that it would only'' be right for the i ire until 'adopts the 'methods used,

'' 'Old Pioneer Was Very Pleasing a small boy when he gets a stone 'That his present mealticketIs man to see the; woman that he took II 1 1to. by those remarkable' :progressive' ;"eltles "'

bruise on his heel? And what has iut.sundaeon j ;; publicity tax must be levied'
of no'more, use.to him? , have a { Monday'ev.i '
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Kissimmeebaseball become of all those womenwho'usedto ; : when she all dolled' to put theBoard; of Trade on sV solid
There died last week at her home The benefit for the ening was up
MaS.T Wednesday be in the'par .and hear the,band Then the woman is arrested_'_.__,"_ L,, with those seemuch. her J foundation and enable -It 'to function
Kissimmee players on even- one o gowns
( 'on Robinson avenue, ,
_'l, bola Ganlden who will be remembered ing was resultant In'an excellent sum play and keep ;their knitting-needles !And they try to try .her;: .".'' '..'f;f-. \ t' hair.fixed up to resemble the'Duchess, is It should; '.This' business, of solicit-' ;f
,wVA, ,i 1 'distastfut(
flying' faster "than : their' tongue JHer' lawyers get a jury, I ':subscriptions Js" most ,
*by all the older residents as a negressfinl' being added to the treasury, for there : of'Sweetcreara; her complexion just ''
. whom all had 'the utmost confi. were many tickets purchased by those Wouldn't1' be funny now to see al'Con poaed'of. a lotta ginks : the very best that the drugstore j and generally "t. nsatlefaetory"The', ,:: :
+; woman'even darning her hubby's 'Like Fatty McWhorter, fewL proposed city charter: :provides for not "
orders
dence. Born in slavery more than who could not attend and bought could furnish on special a '
.
eighty years ago' she and her husbandwere I merely to add their mite to the treas socks? I thank you. ,''Of the Tampa Tribune; dabs of lipstick varnish sticking to less than one mill lo."pub1ici y'' ''pur. vposes.Clearwater

brought to Kissimmee by Mr. ury. In addition to the filmic: presentation :|And "Handsome Harry" Brown, her pursed-up lips and a winning 8un.i: +: ..

and Mrs. J. W. Seymour in 1889, and. there was a negro monolog He Should Know Better I I Of the Lakeland Telegram; smile that would have made the ser- NEW. LAW FIRM\AT.8ANFOROOf '' 'I
Just as soon as a railway force getsin And luxuriating Lee ...
white clever in danc- in the Garden of Eden glide
here she has since lived. Her followed by some work pent
a nice new crossing', with smooth ,Of the Winter' Haven Chief; ani friends
to hunt the first manicurist he interest to their ;
friend. were as many jn the years ing, and a vocal solo by Miss Laura :: away a
planking each side of and between the And Willis Gladhand Powell, like that and acquaintances 'in Tampa.Is the
: past as hey colored friends-and few Carl, who gracefully responded to an could find-yassum, looking ; ,
: rails, along comes some durnedphule ::|Of all of Lake
families were without her frequent encore-while the star performer was county; the evening before-and then see her announcement of the tforniatjloni ,off: .
'
., ... services for the many :years since she tiny Aeldgytha, the petite daughterof automobile driver who has a hunch 'And suchlike susceptibles: the next early morning wearing. an I the law firm of Lewis .O"Drf.n-ioC
that, any train will stop and wait for And the defendant coyly smilesOn three buttons Kissimmee and I. C. ,Sharon; of San* '
' came. No matter for what her ser- Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Jordan, whose : old wrapper that was shy I ,,
yicel needed she faithfully per- charming dancing received the hearty I him to get across-and then the placeIs those poor decrepit boobs and had to be held together with ford. The formation' the partnership
;-: GI. were all mussed up with Wheels and '''Proves that she rolls her own, sorter'' announcedand
while the other has been formally
entitled. one hand was ,
formed hen duties always keeping .applause to which it was "
' arms and speedometers and legs and Puckers her pretty lips, have labtiahe4..In!
up : back the "tangled offices been a
throwing tresses"j'which ; ,
trustworthy the with
willing -
q... her word. Capable She responded to encore '
things. It is sure an awful conditionthis :: While her warming'blue eyes her Seminole bank bxtflding', _
into the
were bound to get eyesor county
': "Aunt Hs y" was a favorite footwork that was still more entertaining -
_
'J,.; 'In every home-for| she knew her'' than the first-.every motion foclish strata through whichwe Show conclusively, her ignorance( the scrambled eggs or something; I at Sanford.- The firm, name' is) to be

"wl te folks" and knew what each' rythmically perfect and every move- are passing.. And when the verdict is read with stockings if any that were O'Bryan and Sharon.I" Both,are v well'

.4 # The judge listens to this: (wrinkled like an elephant's hide and: known in this city.-Tampa Tribune,
family expected of her. There weremany ment full of captivating motion. Music Then Folks Wonder And Fuss ''
honor
We are convinced, your ,
'the back running nor'-east by
white people at her funeral and throughout the evening was fur- Says the Ocala Star: "That thl..'fair defendant seams "ROLLINS FOOTBALL' ITEMS ,
she'd
: the of the event been gen nished full'orchestra of local sou-west, and looking as if
: had news by a We received Thursday a let-
the decease
erally known there would have been talent whose services were dpnated ter without postmark, date lime "Brought about Marled to run herself through a At a recent meet ing:"of the General
t } "Of the before nentioned deceased
i large gathering of members of famIlles for the occasion or signature. The first para- ; wringer and the cogs had slipped at Athletic Committee of Rollins College ;i
I 'But what gets our goat the point yessir see her :
where she was always welcome. graph is about the weather and delicious damsel halfway ; full plans for the approaching foot
"Is how this
then anjd there-and there'll be
COUNTY NOMINEE light outlined. The
CITRUS the second "Mrs. L. H. ball season were com-'
Ic CAN ANYONE EXPLAIN MUST NOT BE BOASTFUL Hall spent last says week in Jack- "Stood him as long as recommend she did. fen increase in dog licenses and a de-I mittee is to perfect details which,will

THE INEXPLAINABLET "WIe therefore; hereby d-eale in marriage lic naell. All insure the successful: launching of
: sonville with her daughter. It
have been "That hence forthwith declare I
State carryinga she
papers go which Annie, leads me to the for the Tar men.
gridiron season
Is Florida discriminated against by of the Citrus dem- is a newsy letter, and we dislike "Free and untrammelled
portrait county that there are a lot of goods secured Two of the annual state battles:'which .,..
pj /. "*the railroads T |I ocratic nominee for the Jegislature, to throw it away but wecan't "And that this court at once under false pretenses. always come in for their' share of "

: Let us answer by giving one of a Frederick VanRoy, and have been ex print \letters when wedon't "Assess against estate At Night peculation fall on holidays. The

F l thousand illustrations that could be plicit In giving his dimensions "over knew even where they "Of the /Jate very late, husband The world is very bright with Southern College' will be

r K furnished. |, all." He appears to be of unusual are mailed. "Th6 costs of this defense And dames show off game Ar..
, I played this in Lakeland on
Canned California peaches are pret- size-yet he is but six feet two inchesin Which leads me to infer that carelessness "Together with a reasonable sum 'Neath 'lectric light_ year that'the 1
mistice'! day and it is expected 5
;" ty but practically tasteless CaUf r- height 'and weighs merely 'a pal- everywhere abounds. Fro- "For attorneyfees, and bother, A beauteous and attractive sight. Methodists will give the T.ra.of, Rol. '

t' nla advertises its canned peaches-it try 210 pounds. Of course Citrus fluently; notices have been sent to the "And all the needed embellishments At Morn '
of the scrappiest of
tins games
s' puts up beautiful packages.Georgia I'county is proud of their candidate, bffice of The Gazette reading some ;j"To preserve the placid looks, There is a look of scorn, the aea one,on., is visiting
thing like this: "Mrs. Kelley
peaches are far superior for it county butit "The sweet demeanor
just as if were a young ; And dames ure'seen deyoted to Stetson and turkey

canning and preserving. Georgia is : should be borne in mind that it is her mother. Then there -is "And the lovely bearing, Abject, forlorn- rat Rollins. Both will be on the home -
sender fail to
a sister state of Florida. I of the. same age as Osceola county-. trouble. Why did the Mr. fall "That have won all our heartsr'Tholle And locking mighty badly worn.; grounds this year and the Tars not .
initials
the of Kelley
give
Georgia is right at'our doors-Cal? both having been born in 1887.
tell the home address of the vial .having husbands to kill satisfied with last Y'l'ar'I'lltvictory' of
tfornia Is more than five times the Osceola has not boasted o(its democratic to ROLLINS CONSERVATORY score a
the and initialsof Or sweethearts to exterminate 13=0, are hoping to ron up the
.
distance of the peach lection'of Geor nominee for the legislature tor, fail to give name TO GRANT MUSIC DEGREE '

the mother and state on what I Should. take 'em to Jacksonville still higher_
gia. the Honorable Stephen Acree, to bti
Music lovers will be. interested to
"., carload of California peaches of Lake street and at what number she Bred,. On a one-way ticket. \ MULE! '
!Yet. a' known, as the )Proud Heron that with the coming HEART DISEASE KILLS.
.*' California to fail to say if Mrs. Kelly! was well- It's cheaper than a divorce- learn beginning ,
;, -can be shipped from Tohopekallga but it.is time 'that) his degree :
\: .* Miami, cheaper than a carload of height:and tonnage exploited.. He known here or if this was the first ,'And' where a delightful divorcee year Rollins College will offer the -I Hood River; Oregon.-N,nety-nine

visit fail to how long, it wassince'the'two Is frowned upon of 'Bachelor of Music. Two members of the- American Legion
Georgia peaches can be shipped from has avoid id.; the .tre.mUnei' of 49fc2 say sometimes I .
had metfail to say :A real attractive' shootee courses may be taken for this degree! scaled Mount Hood at the Legion b t

Atlanta. Miami. :models-i-betnff-, like the. 1919medeletbft.the G 'em. and coming the artist course 'which 'majors invoice i climb held Sunday Ju4|
And .... sometimes wonder what's Winton ..1Ji'I'fUnde"s't" when the vi.ltor'ArrlVed' 'and the tsf going second annual. ,
.
: :
.' ,. .the matter with Florida. .Jackfon-. .{-Btartd... i.t.: ..Ii -feet.threi ,length. of'the, contemplated Visit-in Yassum; piano violin'or organ; arid prepares : ly 16.V A -party, of ,249partieIpate4 h

..... : { and tarsreei fact; fail'to realize that the' editor is I thankyou.Fu1lOthtuate. I the student for concert work or' I In the:base camp activities which beJcs'n" 4'
yIBeObaerver.at .on..hat(inches bar oot.,
: . and *. teatbin in the chosen branch; anA : climbsA
v -M-B-M-WM- < V not a mincUwiaderTand! :cannotTKiblish -- > } -'V *, *-.y the afternoonbefore' 'the" -
: tonnage,, of. 235 'pound.iwlientr.4oed'dcnotn. /
l'da 'BnndJea'of old-paper 'are for*saleat <. an item if there are no details' Ev- the public school? music-course, which : pack mule,[which 'suecumb edr W

......' ( the"office' of The' .Gazette;-lOe. '. : afte' working' f all."seasonbi'hf.cornfield. .. A ery-weekvntuch time lost In hunting Member of the Christian chiircl h! prepares the)' student for the career 01 heart.disese"at; Vn altltud of 9fW\?\

..r;...- ,Better get them while there is sr'stock { $; .. initials'which.'tbe"'WI'ltereould\ have in ;the fair cityr'.'.rof Clearwater, supervisor of publfe'masia.LCaudi; feet Itn4'plunged, down the mou&t* 4" .
'- , HI Across th dates tbi. degree ; the only
"" ',,,' __ zs..ats ? Initials' whlchthwiit&il&, have are:j-ot-NraiJIrig: { ; they,, into a.' deep ''(revasse--was' ?
better the blue-ribbon certainly "
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'. 'x furnished f with:'no>'trouble.:' All pk- Elver J'of"" :'Hope,' to "get. thslr'musical, tntrsnce 'requirements of.Rollins"College easuallty.', . "'
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'1t''C have' to rent-V small comes.'to'Osceola.Finance .-,!' ,. instruments '" 'and be abl.''t perform muse' ofmedium ," , 'f:
i rooms pen, 'desire{'n.wsll. msc.: but they ; Not they.' They have '
__.-.tlument 'In our, classified 'eel- '' there ''with them grade' In' chosen.instrumenif *. '77uy"steck'fn'O.eeels'Gcawen.'Inn
r should I thank'you'. their harp right :
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FOUB r 'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY'.GAZETTE.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4, 1922


: KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE DISCUSSING THAT. PRIORITY RUL \- -- I ,)J'sr !,

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PUBLISHED ICVERT FRIDAY I FOR years there has been carried out the.plan,which 8fdteNews q .....
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ST ",I'HJI KIS8IMMEHJ VALLEY GAZETTE COMPANY I legs always been considered perfectly Just and equitable, "

JU88UtM'1 JD, FLORIDA that when an employee leaves' his position'.for'' any reason .:- ," '... .... .' : .'':. ... < :.. .,.

'tV 18 HAJUlia. President that should he return h* goes back as a new man, The commission-manager form of A Town '-.Asset '. ... .10. ", '

B. d. VANS AGNEW. crttry and takes his place at what' night be termed "the foot &,government charter was adopted by ', : .r 4 t:! '
;
W. X* THORNDTXH. Editor of the class." Once having quit be is a* if he never the voters of Clearwater on Tuesday .' '. .. _-: ..... .: .rff:" f. ,
was; desiring to return and ,take up his old occupation ,(1', ,
RA.TID.on. by 63 majority. ,. ,
VBSCBIPTION .
(I' : ,'i 4 Cop., One Tear__.,,.....,....;.------........,LAO he comes back as a "new" man and must take his I w' .....,'I .. :,..
dr. On Copy Rlx Month.___.--,-..-.... _.______..- 1.00 place in line with others for advancement. In pensioning Pasco county has Just voted bonds ,"' '...".\ \fj!',,, .". I, f. .L.. ,
Y' One Coks. Three Month._______..__....'.._________. .10 ? '. '1,L.I:!'It" : '
employee. for their. continuous services large Institutions for good road to the value of a half "
(Bat!:: rd at tb."Po.tof at Kl..lmm... Florida" ,. carry'out that plan and If"the- term Tjervice million dollars 500000. There were ...... . . ? ?.-? ,.: '. .r... '. :*", ;-fctu\ :*,. ."'.., n

a..econd-olas. malts) shall be cut short by the 'desire of the workman he is 917 votes favoring the bonding, and This bank aims to. be a town'asset.. .. '. "
.
1. All correspond crossed oft the service; should he' again become an employee but 68 opposing.. /
Its object is promote: prosperity: and security. 3'.
the he served
Rejected<< matter. Will'b. returned, If called for. years has previously the companyare '
3 not taken into consideration when determining' the An $18,000 iron toll bridge Is to be It prospers as the town prospers. It is a civic
Forelpi Adwrtldn* Rrpr ..malts amount of pension he may be entitled to at the expiration placed at the Osteen ferry over the
THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATIONd Saint Johns river. The contract hat
of the service. This is the bonus offered"a'-an ex- force.

tra inducement for faithfulness and loyalty and ability.But been awarded and work will com- ."- -
AUGUST t 1'22
FRIDAY. mence at 'once.
the striking Workmen upon railways would have

''r'. -a change made-andnpon: .-that"-one-point.Jewell, with Dade cityjs endeavoring to arrangefor --- -

his fifteen thousand dollar annual salary, is holding out. a municipal band-and will try to {

In many sections of ,the country the strikers have gone raise two thousand dollars with whichto -. t
BIBLE TIOIIIT FOR THIS WEEK beyond the point of merely giving up their jobs and seek- buy instruments for those who can- "

ing other employment as is the custom of single Individuals not afford to buy their own. I .
when they determine for any reason to make a Merc h tank, and Farmers Bank' :.

WHY WILL YE DIET-Cast away from you all your change. There have been damages done the corporations Lakeland voters, by a majority. ,

transgressions., Whereby ye have transgressed: and make for which they have been working; there have- been lives 27, on Tuesday adopted a new charter .
. ... .
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Iff--? you'a'new'heart and a new 'spirit: for-why will ye die, taken-and injuries'inflicted upon those who sought to carrying the commissionmanager OF KISSIMMEE --
.
O house of Israel 7 For I have no pleasure in the death earn their living in a manly manner; there has been a form of government. The vote ,..11.
,
of him that dieth', with the Lord God: whereupon. turn steady attempt to block the progress of the entire coun- stood 273 to 246. Three commissioners .

yourselves, and live ye-Ezekiel: 18: 81, 32. try. New employees have been secured by the railwaysand will be elected on Monday, Sep- ,

-, the new' men have been promised that their employment tember 4 Labor Day. '0 .. "

GIVES HOLLYWOOD CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH shall be steady so long as they "make good." se
Hillsboro
voted favorably
.To yield to the demands of the quitters that the new county --

CALIFORNIA'S noted .Jlollywood has been inspect men shall be discharged: and that they-the men who upon the issue of road 'Vtnd improvement WOULD ELIMINATE NEGROES I I

'' ed by Will II. Hays, former postmaster-general but now refused to continue work-shall be taken back and shall I bonds to the value (f $300,000 I on account of his seventh birthday
vote of 2521 to 1124. Contractswill In the classified columns today appears and
by a anniversary,
numerous' presents
at the head of the motion-picture aggregation stand the
great upon same plane as before the many troubles
:' As was expected he found matters in just as good con- took place, would make the heads of the many railwaysand be awarded as !soon as possible a notice showing the effortsbeing I I were received. It was a real chil

; dition as in any other city of: its size. No doubt Hays this entire administration itself-the butt of .rid- for the work, which 'neludei one hun- made to take the negro out of I I dren's party, and nice refreshments
I direct politics through the efforts of
could segregate a portion of any great city in the Unit- icule and deserving memberships of high ranks .in the dred and fifty miles of paved highs. were served.

. ed States, taking a section to compare in size with Hol Nationwide Association of Ananias Adherents ""' what is termed the "Independent"movementat I I Mr. and Mrs.\ O. C. Knight and three
the head of which,is_ W _
-
"" > children of Thonotaaassa
lywoOd-any sec On In any portion ol tne city-and he The strike is being setUecT( every dayT "Seltleofliy securing The Arcadia News foresees. such C. Lawson, of Orlando, candidate for ,-were jruwts- - '

4 would find things much worse than he found in the Cal- I workmen who. give promise of successful holding a prospective growth to its city that it the United States I senate-and backof over Sunday of the parents of Mrs. _

ifornia play city. i down the jobs"they are filling. The majority x>f has commenced the publication of which are influential repub- !. Knight-Mr. and Mrs. William : "
"The- one Dad -I influence In Hollywood is 'talk.;' The 'the strikers were men with the best of Intentionsbuttheir tvice-n-week edition. many Phipps, of Maryland avenue,
Many new
the I II
licans. Whatever be political |
4 people there must have entertainment-If not they will judgment was swerved by crafty leaders, lawbreakers homes are being constructed, and the of may the i I Mrs: J. O. Vreeland left on Thursday -
s I'' see redFor the life of me I can't see the horrors of bolshevists, wreckers of homes and breakersof surrounding country is being filled tendency anyone, announcement '': to visit her sister, ;Mrs. C.S., )Harris

Hollywood," was his comment after spending several bank balances. These men should be taken backif with those who plan to make that locality -I dress.says, it will pay to read the ad- I I|I of Flemington, Nsw Jersey, aridrelatives ,, .t. .

; weeks there. "Talk" is what proves a bane to any city, there still remains room for them--but they should be their permanent homes. II I i in other port'as.'s of the state !

f to Any community. "Talk" commonly called gossip, re-engaged upon the same terms as any new' men have I I A CHARMING AFFAIR I'i George Gardiner, of Macon, arrived

- harms cities and localities just as it harms private In- been Those who :have participated in the riots and |I Sheriff J. R. Merntt, of Saint Lu- II I here Tuesday-called by the illnets!!

a-,' dividuals. It is so easy to preface any remark with murders and beating and destruction of property, if I rie county, Is going after the delinquent An especially pretty farewell offering I of his mother.

"They say" that the tongue proves very often a stranger they can be identified, should never be allowed tore- taxes due the county. lie his; was that yesterday afternoon I Mrs. Minnie Johnson, wifo of Wil-

to truth--and therein lies the harm. There is always enter the ranks of their former comrades. Let them started a deputy out on a collectiontour given by Mrs. Evans' class of the I liam Johnson, died at her home Sat

that underlying desire to add a little, or even seek other employment and disassociate themselvesfrom of the county, jvlh instructionsto : Presbyterian Sunday school, when I urday afternoon after a lingering ill-

more than a little, to each tale as it speeds on its way. those leaders who led them to excesses. get the delinquent taxis end the some twenty-five or more met in the ness, leaving a husband and three ,

The slanderer and gossiper stands but a short remove The railroads that have promised their new employeesmust sheriff says he means bjJinces That decorated rooms of the Chapter House i children to mourn; Charles Johnson, '

above the anonymous letter-writer. Insinuations have never deviate from the promises made in good people must understann they owe the Ho bid farewell to Miss Irene Reed and i of Saint Cloud; Harry Johnson, of

harmed many a life-have wrecked many a-home. There faith and accepted by those men who stepped into the depleted county money and he wants it. He Miss Helen Reed, who are about to West Palm Beach; Mrs. D. C. Bower,

is no walk of life free from such things; and there is ranks. (also put on a speed deputy in the remove to Orlando. Choice refr'eshI I I pf Akron, Ohio. Funeral servicesr.!" -

]little doubt; that every story of suggestive action that south end of the county in an effortto ments were served and a general good were held from the' Met d'n church .

k has taken place in that California town has been mag- DEALING WITH THE STRIKE QUESTION make the Dixie Highway safe for time was enjoyed.TO Monday forning.

nified to magnificent proportions by every writer. The ordinary travel. I 1 Mr. and Mrs W. Hinds of Cranford. .
'
t Treat reading public craves for details regarding any- POLITICS .must be played with a careful hand think: RECODIFY ORDINANCES New York nephew and niece of Mrs. '

; tblaC'.a1acloua as is proven by the masses always too many presidents-.and' too much politics creates a .LONG LOOP ON SUNDAYBY WOULD SAVE CITY MONEY J. O. Vreeland, arrived Thursday, to

f present at courts when matters of that sort are on trial; mess of cowards and poltroons.: The desire for effice KISSIMMEE DRIVERMr. spend the brief vacation allowed Mr.
w. J. Steed, city attorney, has been
and in Bitchevents'the listeners, as soon as they are out -and a retention of office--and all the future emoluments HindI from the exporting firm in .
and Mrs. .-A. Rosen instructed to have a housecleaning
'. .tthe, legal quarters, proceed to enlarge upon all facts. which may be attached thereto-brings about a accompa- New York with which he is connected. :
the
city ordinanee..Uminatingtbo y
on
nied Dr. and Mrs. R. G.
Denning,
They 3o It i aturally, Instinctively-not intentionally; yet truckling term of many an otherwise capable and ener- by nulified later ordinances After a visit to the east coast the :
left for Mel-
+' they ab l ft.Mr getic official. early Sunday morning; couple trill meet Mrs. Vreefand. ;
changing the language where the 4
bourne where crossed the
they long
Hays went to California) to learn for himself,first Leaders of unions appear to' consider that but two Jacksonville and will sail for New '
bridge to the beach to enjoy the bathing meaning was clouded, wiping; off the
y. tan it, regarding the many matters which might tend to classes of people are to be found in the United States: York. The visitors were charmed with .,, '
and the fine lunch taken. Lateron Superfluous measures, and recodify-
:harm.the industry which he is president. He has the the union man and the capitalist. Therein lies the er the climate of Florida. f .;'1'
the entire collection.
they drove north through Cocoa, ling It is claimed -
-t respect of the great public-and he knew it. He could ror. Granting that there are one.and, threequartersmillion .
that the city will during .
and Titusville; to New Smyrna to save more -
not afford misrepresent any conditions; and there ino of the former and a quarter million of the latter t. '
Coronado Beach where the first thereafter than will
"
doubt that his'findings;justified him in rendering theverdict -and these figures are certainly sufficiently ample to few hours beside; the Atlantic they spent then a be the cost of year the entire work. DISTANCES FROM KISSIMMEE : ,

= ;which he dill; cover-what: about the remaining one" hundred and ten ; Going North by' AutoMiles t
Crossed Sanford and
DeLand and
to "
"'' "The,on. ba< influence at Hollywood is 'talk. For mllliori\ people, each and all of whom mu&t suffer more :
the life of I cant( borrows of Hollywood." lees the Yet returned to their Kissimmee homes. To Orlando _-=---.._......,'Jt '18 "
me seethe if the business of stagnates .
or country
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The 225 miles were m.ade'without NOTES FROM ST CLOUDFrank To Winter Park.___.._,..:_ 23 ,.
t hj administration as a general thing,cringes and fawns !trouble of arty sort, and a most enjoyable To Sanford _____.__________ 42
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION each time the unions! make a demand-although the To DeLand ________________ 62 '
,, of that element elected day was spent. To Daytona 86
vote defeated
never yet pr a great ----------- --- .
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Lucas left f Ve-
on Monday rr To Saint 159 .
IN the appointment of a successor to the late William candidate for a great office. TO HAVE NEW "ARLINGTON77"Los Augustine---------
Jacksonville
To ___
_______ 200 j
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I N. Sheats,'superintendent of public instruction, it maybe The Ocala Star briefs the matter thus: ro.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Phipps .\n'l 1 Fred I To Mount Dorauu. _______ 46

f noticed that Governor Hardee avoided all entangling In thirty years, four presidents have had great Angeles.-A Pacific Arlingtonis Phipps, of Kissimmee, and Mr. und I To Eustis ____u___________ 52 II I [
strikes to deal with. Grover Cleveland smashedhis planned by the American Legion ''I I To Ocala 107
alliances the selection
W. S. of Gainesville
by of Cawthorn, Mrs. Earl Frank ------------------ I <
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were Sunday
\ ., to act ,"such official luring the unexpired term. with a mailed fist. Roosevelt had two mailed Posts in Los Angeles county,"California. I Mr. and Mrs William P ipPI1.guestsof i I To Gainesville ______,--_._-- 152 '

No consideration was paid to the spontaneous applications fists, wrapped in velvet, in one of which he graspeda A large plot, with space for I Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ward:! and T. (

1 and supplications from various sources-nor was hand of labor and in the other a hand of capitaland 11,000 graves, has been acquired in : A. Taylor are visiting this week at I. DISTANCES FROM KISSIMMEE ..'

there selected any member of the celebrated "flyingsquadron" drew them together. Wilson overcame his 'Glendale cemetery. A fund has been Lake Alfred. Going South by Auto
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head schools. strike by yielding to it. Harding has raised the set aside for a large monument and' Miles III'To
as a successor tothe of the
Mrs. Edna Goss and Mrs. Eth..lReid
I Haines City_________ __ 22
The appointment'seems to be satisfying to the people- voice of advice and a hand of warning; if the voiceis for the upkeep of this burying ground who are visiting is the north, To Lakeland ________uu.7 -

.s the new official appear. to have all needed qualifica- disobeyed and he ,strikes with the hand he will be pf. the west coast's. soldier dead.. have been called home on account of To Tampa _________________ 79
L tions. the greatest of all. To Clearwater --_________-- 111
the illness of their
mother Mrs
} George .
LEGION LEASED PLAYGROUND To Saint Petersbursruu 136
And it would that the Star is
appear thoroughly cor- S. Burtner. To Bartow ________--_----? 46
rect in each and every assertion regarding the matter. Oklahoma City. After spendingtwo Almon Daniels entertained about I To Arcadia 97
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years in acquiring funds for a forty of his little friends on Friday-- I To Fort Myers ____________. 160 Y

r DO NOT SCOFF AT THE LAWn WHY OVERDO THE GROCERY BUSINESS ? clubhouse, the American Legion post ,
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n in Mangum, Oklahoma, decided the

'At PLANS are on foot to open before the first of the children of the town needed a.. playground -
| the recent meeting of the American Bar
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Association, held in Cincinnati, the judicial, sectIon coming year fifty groceries in as many cities and townsin worse than the former servicemen Stationery Out Of The Ordinary
Florida under the name of "Piggy! Wiggly" stores, did a clubhouse. Accordingly, *
of that association adopted a report of /
0 and have been taken in ten the Legionnaires obtained an eight-
which the already steps eight or placesfor
\ is obedience
following regarding
4's a part
t' to the law such propositions. The plan is to have Florida, year lease on a plot of ground and Often the careful business -.

:t ; Georgia and Alabama honeycomed with these stores- used the fund they had been so longin man or the professional man, '

One plain statement should be made. The none >of which will be located until a stipulated amountof collecting to purchase playground 2, desires to use for his personal .t- v

4. prevalence lawlessness in all its forms and stock has been sold locally; and Kissimmee is "on the equipment. correspondence something better

hi among all classes is alarming to all who care list of prospects." A Jacksonville man, recently in>Kis- iv than common-and good 'sta'

for the welfare of their country and humanity simmee on a stock-selling proposition, and who left very ONCE MORE AT HOME tionery is always in taste. The '.. ;

d The congress and state legislatures are suddenly, it reported, because of transactions which Leonard Williams, of Kissimmee, drawback in the past has been

t. trying to suppress it by increasing the num'vI would not bear close inspection, is now engaged in and his son-in-law, William Wohlhuiter _S S. that the prices were too often '\

ber of courts and policemen. The judicial section manipulating some of the placements. of Loughman, drove to Daytonathis prohibitive-so the use of the

p' "of the American Bar Association: venturing Kissimmee has a score pf groceries at the present week and returned with their common every-day sort of correspondence

to speak for all the judges, wishes to time-and it is conceded that prices of all necessitiesof families, who have been occupying a j paper has been ;

s express this warning to the American people life just now are made upon the closest of margins.No cottage on the beach for the past two continued from day to day, 4

Iv : Reverence for law and enforcement of store could be established in Kissimmee for the sale months. from. month to month, from ':

yg law depends upon the ideals and customs of of groceries could make lower or better prices on the year to year. .,

ay those who occupy the vantage ground of life goods handled--and all quantities are handled. As in NOTICE TO STUDENTS >

'w in business and society. When, for the pro- the majority of cities the business is overdone, and to HERE IS SOMETHING '.:
Beginning Monday, August 7, I will DIFFERENTPut
motion of their interests
lawyers, bankers Introduce another claiming a "chain assistance,*' boast- .
e, great merchants and manufacturers and social ing that a cent might be saved here and there, and be at the school building three or up in cleverly contrived cartons. We are showing tome of
until
; leader both men and women, disobey backed by a score or two of stockholders, would mean lour days during; each week the celebrated Hammermill stationery, with a ripple finish-something ( 1 J

r and scoff at law, they are aiding the cause that someone would be forced from business.The school opens, and shall be glad to or- that has not before been shown in this shape. Two hundred and fifty .

'.. of anarchy and promoting mob violence, robbery is ganize and teach classes in algebra, sheets of elegant with :'.
Gazette holding no brief for the\grocers ofKissimmee paper, printed tastily, a corresponding number

S_ w" and homicide. They are sowing .drag- The number who endeavor to increase business students geometry who and intend history to for take high entrance school of envelopes printed in like fashionwill_ equip ,any 'office. desk or _

;t; Ton's teeth, and .th.y"need.of'"be.urpri ed through proper publicity is very, 'very small-although home with writing material seldom equalled-never excelled-neat, '

w ;tX'when they'find that no'Judicial or police enthority it is realized that those advertising in a paini- examinations in these subjects. There novel and nice; and so arranged at to be kept clean and convenient 1
-/ save will be no charge for tuition.
can our country or humanity
taking manner receive good dividends from the Invest
,from reaping.the harvest .D. :B. ,SHAVER. WHY NOT CALL AND SEE=THIS STOCK? .
." -,3 "f _' ment. But at the same time. this paper would deprecate -

+-:.- :No- }tier-In-what-section-of-ihe-coontry:; _such- au..1)'mn innevatlon..yp..fh lilnntMytay::tltleWOnld-indl* : -MOVED .TO-HAINES CITY- -- OFFICE- SHE; - ---JL -, ....g j---- ,.--.
', conditions cote because of the ill-effect it would bave .....-- :
;" may prevail, r,under' what circumStances -. upon merchants '
H \. those conditions are'brought aboqt,there ,1rp already established.. I Mr. and MravE.! .L. Lesley and family ... Kissimmee, Valley Gazette ,
moved to Haines City on Tuesday, .
Is in that paragraph a fund of,fact which should 'il:
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w $ interest alt : ," : .that had'na 'ptt long where Mr.Lesley will enter the realty

t. ' ", IeAm.riaisowing'draan'iteeth; ,T. would- it take to sharpen an;ax e T And, 'affairs that hao business., '.The familywill be greatly' N. Bw' Th*: cost of a carton is conservative, and the .tiaEac\ioQ f t tto

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THE:KISSIMMEE, VALLEY GAZETTE;; FRIDAY, :AUGUST;4, 1.22 FIVE, _

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\,,, 440000400'400004004r Cabbage at Independent,,,Grocery. 34 Born: On Saturday July,29. to Mr. Charter. Board Meets Boy Scouts' Roster fi:

r .' WEATHER REPORT J. D.,Newby, of the Newby Inn, (is and: Mrs.?;, Nathan Bryan, a daughter.1 For Its First SessionThe Steadily Increases

; 'Visiting relatives In Kansas City Miss Jeanette Griffin, daughter, o( '
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: : Official Bulletin of daily tern-,* 1 C. W..Griffin has returned from Hen I first' meeting of the charter Captain Arthur Cundy was promptly Farmers'WEEK;

> perature and precipitation fur- Fruits of ,all Vin/ds'at Independent dersonville, where she' bar. been'vblt.' board was_ held at the city hall yes. on hand at the'room. of the Chamber

I'> nlshed by the Kissimmee 1Co- ** Grocery., 34Miss' tag relatives. terday morning, when the body organIzed of Commerce Wednesday afternoonand
'
operative U. S. Weather Bureau # ,
by T. M. ,
selecting Judge Murphyas
who
so, were ten new boys
O. Station for the week" ending ,
demonstration ,
Albina home
,VThursady, August S, 1922:, Smith, The local Chapter of Eastern. Stars chairman. All members were pres. wanted to become members. Each
t ;-> .. agent, returned 'from'a business has closed its sessions through August .: ent. Plans were made.whereby sessions name was, presentel singlyand enght

Date Max. Mta.Prep. trip to Whittier on Saturday.The --unless sooner. convened ,in case will be held each Tuesday'and older members voted ,on each: candi 1

,* '*r* Friday, July, 28.___96 75 .00 members]"; "i'b. Sunday school of emergency. Friday morning at nine o'clock, commencing date. N'b.boy was,rejected. ,The pa- .

J' Saturday. July 29.95 76 .10 Tuesday, August 8, until the trol now numbers eighteen, and It is
,of,the Christian ehurch'planne( for a .
\, :': Sunday,'July 30_.. 6 71 .00,* picnic yesterday afternoon at East Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rose Mrs; Agnes proposed charter shall be in full form.It the hope'}hat by proper drilling and AT'THEONIVERSITYOE' ,
: and MissMartha
Miss Rose
Rose Orpha ,
Monday July. 81.96 74 .00 Lake., was decided that George P. Gar. instruction the patrol will grow In

I/'; %i *,Tuesday August,,1.96 74 .00 Belle. Barrie spent Friday rett should procure additional copies of usefulness'as well as In number.,and FLORIDA

>:'o1', Wednesday Aug. 2.94 72 ,03 Rutabagas at Independent Grocery.Mrs. .,with friends in Winter Haven. charters'adopted by various.cities }in will take rank among others In, the

, Thursday Aug. 8.93 72 .17 '' The offices of Dr. T. M., Rivers are Florida, carr'lne'the commission- state in,thoroughness and manly at' 'Opens On -
" , Readings... made at 6:00: p. J. G.cook%of Saint Cloud, was' located'on the'lower floor of the manager form of government., tributes. Upon ..uch'organizations '

,, '.... ** m.hours for the precedingtwenty-four! ** a Tuesday.business visitor to Kl )simmee on now Okeechobee building on Posse!}} avenue It was also decided that three members depends the future of this nation. MONDAY, AUGUST 14 '

V. ALLISON T. FRENCH. opposite the postoflce. SOtf of the board ?should constitute Captain Cundy Is pleasing In his'man* ,

*. Co-operative Observer. E. P. Hanson has been spending the R. S. Floyd, A-, S. Gilbert, and J. C." a quorum, and that Roberts' rules of ner'of handling; the lads-and they For A' .six',,Day Session '

:--:-.-----**********.*****...** major part of this week looking after Griffin autoed to Daytona Beach Sat- order should govern all action The like him. t rEvery'
'," his six-acre grove at Finny P int. in complete records of the actions of the The new members accepted on Farmer In Florida
urday and spent Sunday having a board ,be inscribed in obtained
are to a book); Wednesday were Earl Babbitt, Ed-
i LOCAL ;For rent: Nicely furnished, cool good time in the_sea.. b especially for the put'polle.'I, win Barnes, Howard ElAm, Clyde And Every Farmer's Wife'

r' J 'airy flats at summer rates. Locatedover S. B. Morrey, one of the leading' According to law these meeting are Harris, James G. Hawkins, McClure} should attend-theTfull'week..

If _.. The Gaxette office. W.' B. Har- business men of Apopka and Orange' of public character, and the sessions Lupfer, Ward Lorenz, Daniel Minx "

1: ( .pjwri ris. % tf Centrej was in 'ssimmeo! on Wednes- i of !the board must be open to the public and Emerson Squires. The- College the idea of Agriculture |I. spcntisoring "
of the week and the
at all times. law'also the city
By : -
-v Ralph Philips, of Crescent City, is Iookingafter, : matters of business._ program for thejr.yeek__has beend-! .
'" "' "'cleriC'' <'' Osceola Growers.MeetNext -
muat act >
8II 1 eeretary'Of."th3bOard
i Okra at Indepepdent Grocery. 34 vided into three sections ch"rnvera
visiting his uncle and aunt Mr..and ,
L... which has been held
. The Story Hour at each session..' _ .Tuesday EveningThere horticulture, fertilizers and bees,,
'. Miss Gladys Griffin is visiting relatives l- Mrs. George S. Sessions of. Oak at the Methodist Buhgalow, has been I Just what length, of time will be livestock and poultry home economies

f': at New Smyrna. street. discontinued through August-and : needed to complete tbs document cannot is to be, an important meeting and health. One may take otne,

String Beans at Independent Grocery will be resumed the first Wednesday: now l be estimated, hue the fact of the Osceola Growers at the line of work throughout, or divide,
C' Shaves, 15c; haircut, 35c; children' in September.N. i that the charters of varijus citi'lt in Chamber of Commerce 'next Tuesday !.the time as they see fit. Dally programs --
i r 25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 18-tf The _._ will oive. opportunity to knowin
regular monthly meeting of the the state are before the hoard will be evening,and the officers of the association -
J.L. W. C. T. U.;will be held afternoon Mortimer McNeill who formerly advance what will be given in each
i, Mr. and Beaman have on Friday of assistance in the compilation cf; the declare positively it is most
conducted a vulcanizing plant OR line of work at every hour of the day.
: returned from their automobile outingat : August 11, at four o'clock. new charter and will be a factor in les- essential there shall be a large attend The best talent has been
Dakin avenue, but is now located at very secured -
\, various points in Georgia. Captain Clay.Johnsort arrived from Bradentov/n, has been the trUest of his jiening the work. The public is invited ance. Matters very important\ to( for handling" all these pro
't to. attend these session the individual growers and farmers grams. Not onlv the Agricultural<
I Green peas at Independent Grocery. Okeechobee on Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. MeKeill|
and to the entire city are to be considered Institutions of the University are
I home-city, and remained until Tues- of 318 Brack street. Bought Fine Timber taking pin, in this occasion, but a
81 four- -and there is need of the pretence .
Born Monday,* July at
: day-when he returned to Okeechobee. '
j number of from other Institutions f
experts -
' thirty_ n... the_afternoon, to Mr. and A nice little shower yesterday < And Will Open Mill of every member. "-s meet yyiU attend. S

r' Mrs Jesse Yates-a son. DrrOrETBuckniaBter, and Dr. R. MT shortly after noon helped along vege- F. II. Lawson and associates have ing'WiII'bepen-to--all-citizens-who 'Roomer in-Dormitories and Meals at jc --

Buckmaster, osteopat.histn, 211 East tation and cooled the atmosphere. purchase! the four-Jiundred-ucre tract are hereby invited. .University diningroom at $1.00 a day.
11 If your car is in need of repairs Jackson street, Orlando. 83-tf : Notify H.
The rain was accompanied by an oc* Of land located-"SauthofKisshnmeeand K. Graham at once. Rooms
t' phone DuPont at "77" for quick ser. casional roll cf thunder. LEFT FOtt-f nni-CAROLINA at pnvui'-l'ioulel $2 to 3.50 the ...
well-known the Waters & Car-
Miss Dorris Nickles and ]little ulster, as
25tf week. Meals at restaurants 35c and
vice.
I Rev. and Mrs. II. .
W. Dresch and
Ruth son tract On this acreage is a large
Helen, have returned from a ROBBING OF CASH BOX 50c each.
...l The regular August meeting of the ,pleasant visit to relatives in KiuHimmee PROVED HIS DOWNFALL.Little body of fine cypress timber which the two sons left on Tuesday after lunch Many Prominent Speakers

4'r county commissioners will be held at ,' ,-Tarpon Springs Leader new owners plan to saw and place on for Asheville, where they expect to remain Professor Dan T. Gray dean and

the courthouse\ next Monday. - negro kids had better give all the market. To this end they have until the expiration of the director, Auburn, Alabama, will discuss .

Mrs. D. T. Crosby, of Broadway is a wide berth after this. They bought the mill formerly owned by month's leave of absence given by the Livestock Problem.: Jesse M., "
of Rural garages
Miss Jennie Upham, her two sister from I church "We Jones, Industrial Agent, Seaboard Air
entertaining have been making it a point of hang- Bratton & Hansell, and are putting it Presbyterian certainlY
Route No. 1, left on Saturday for Boi- Wauchula-Miss Maud Stoke! and ,: I in good shape for the work they con- appreciate what the church has done Line Railroad, will, discuss Farmingas
court, Kansas-called there by news ing about these places-picking up Relates to Other Industries. H. E. .
Miss Susie for in said Mr. Dreach
Stokes which is the manufactureof us every way,
Last week template--
of value.
I frequently things Field .
of the illness of her father. : Savely. Agent, United State
lost about dol- timber, lath, and crossties. as he was leaving. "This vacationwill .
I the Spier garage eight cypress Department of Agriculture, will discuss
For sale: Missionary strawberry Mrs. Florida F. Bart mother of',lars in cash and the Hansell garage The name of the new firm will be F. give me a diversion, and will aid Fertilizers and Co-operative

plants, thrifty end free from disease, V7. L. Marter, of Posstil avenue spent lost its cash box with about twelve H. Lawson & Company. Mrs. Dresoh, I hope, in recovering Selling. W. C. Lasseter Editor Progressive -'
the latter of the week and the I, health." Farmer wiU discuss Cooperative
$4 per thousand. R.' L. Overstreet, part dollars. Saturday afternoon Clay
R. F. D. No. 1, Box 38. 34-Itx early part of this week at the resi- i I,and Thomas garage found their,cash- Decreased City Debt: They will drive through, making' Organization for Southern
ience of her sonMrs.: Burt has box with and checks missing $4000 Paid This Week die trip In easy fashion, and plan to Farmers. Wallace: Park. Associate
Everett Bass, Jr., made a proffer to money is Chief, Division of Agriculture: Iowa
now returned to her home at 210 '' determined take the Waycross route, which
to i and the owners quickly Under date of August 12, 1912, Kis- State College, will discuss Principlesof
the council Tuesday evening
from
city to be the best Jacksonville. To
Pennsylvania avenue, Saint Cloud. his .
the culprit although Dr. J V.
'who was ] Bee-keening. Knapp,.
the simmee issued a series of notes to the
buy the timber belonging to city name was missing, Monroe Thomas the suggestion that it might be possible state veterinarian, will discuss Management .
inside and about the grounds of Rose- Leon Chapman is once more at hisplace and the chief of police began a systematic aggregate of $60,000portion of. for the clergyman to hear some 'of'.Dairy 'Herd 'from"the'
Mill cemetery, and agreed to pay at in the Dollar Limit Store-after* hunt .for the fellow-but at which was to take up standing: Indebtedness "good"' sermons while away he merely Health Standpoint. Dr. J.N. Harper

the rate of ten dollars per thousand having spent a couple of weeks of vacation had accomplished nothing. The and the balance for paving. smiled and said: "Well, I certainly Soil improvement Association,will +
/eet. The offer was rejected. with his parents in Georgia. night These notes were in the denomination hope tol"f Mild In.the fertUiservMrogram.. Dr.. v
His brother ,Jom Chapman, who is next morning Thomas and D. N'I I of 'f 4000, with payments extending' J.'G. Fish.Bureau of A.Dlmallnd *,
.&,.. manager of the Persons store in Fort ("Speedy") Alvey caught sight of over long term of years. The first HOLD REUNION try.' Waah1n< .
child as he sped,from them. He distanced Tuberculosis '\EducatloJW'Work fa
Meade returned with him. of these notes was taken up this week'
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their ,car, ran Into the alley New York City.-The men who Dairy Cattle.,
FOR ANYTHING !-and the four thousand dollars have
Mire: Clay Johnson of 404 Vernon off Dakin avenue; and in avoiding Al ,been paid. i iSHEPt fought with the 78th Division of the "

avenue, south, has returned from a \vey\ ran' directly. into the arms of American Expeditionary Forces will Buy stock in_.Osceola Growers. '.

t In the Line of two-months sojourn on the east Thomas. The kid, aged about ten, >>ARD.TOWER ACT hold their annual reunion this year s

i coast. Mrs. Johnson visited at Miami. 'was turned over to ,,Chief Driggers: TO BE DEMONSTRATEDThe at Atlantic City September 80 and I Foe'Rent-Nicely furnished flat,

fort Pierce, and Daytons-and.reportsan and It was a'n hour before."Ike" Thorn*, October 1. Although' distinctly separate with fireplace three room and batfL- ..
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first W. B. Harris Gazette offset ,
-allotment to Florida
1r Fine FreshVegetables exceedingly pleasant time at eachpolot as would lead the chief and Thomas under from the American Legion,the \,

where she.has many friends. to.where, he had buried the spoils under the Sheppard-Tower' Act h..been veterans of'the 78th worked with the ,Finance an 7 acre... of strawberries; : 1
4 . the house on Main street formerly received. The work of promotion of organizers of the Legion In Paris,

:} AbC1lt-fifty members of the Chris- occupied by D. M. Boyte., Of the the welfare and hygiene of maternity 1919. It Is estimated that more than
tian Endeavor Society of the Christian and infancy with provided by ,
money
; $14.40 stolen (the checks having: been seventy percent of the division personnel
church recently held a social at the this tAct started July 1 under the direction
previously found) $12 were recovered, [ is now enrolled in the ranks. '
CALL AT THE home of Mrs. S. B. Aultman, 817 and the lad's mother, Jennie Thomas, of Doctor William B. Keating, of the Legion. IorYour Well
Broadway', at which there was music director of the bureau of child welfareof
I of Robinson avenue, agreed to pay the I
I by Miss Mae Winn and Rev Allen J. officers have the state board of health.It HAD PREMONITION CONTRACT 'NOW' '
t missing 240. The a'
Independent Grocery Miller, and a variety of game Refreshments is contemplated that four nursesto
good clue, they think, to the thief Boston.-While assisting his Amer. -
served. act field workers will be
em-
\ were as
robbing the other garages. "Ike"was ican Legion comrades in decoratingthe
: -000- 'I ployed and assigned to districts into Strawberries
Miss Norma Griffin has returned turned over to Sheriff Farmer. which the state will be divided. The graves of Dorchester, Massachusetts i

Our stocks of Vegetablesand from Salt Lake City, where she was a ex-service men last Memorial Will' ', .<'
work of these nurses will include instruction Need tater
delegate to the Chi Omega fraternity I To Make Improvements in prenatal maternal Day, Jen Frederick Lang, Jr., of :

High-Class Groceriesare Fifty colleges and universitieswere At Local Packinghouse care that city placed a flag on' an unten- ..
and of the child '
clean represented there by two hun- I care to two postnatal care anted grave and asked that it be reserved ; I CAN DRIVE:YOUR; ,

always new, dred and fifty delegates-Miss Grif- I J. J. Hillsman, auditor of the FlorIda up Information years.will be disseminatedby for him. He .has just died of WELL .

and attractively priced.foOo fin representing; the section of the Citrus' Exchange has been several war wounds and has been buried in
these to and'Ple
mothers
expectant sc'You.
I chapter from the woman's college atTallahasse. I days in auditing the books of the Kis- mothers nurses and midwives. Classes will the plot he picked out but two months -.' ..,

simmec Citrus Growers Association, ago.
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be held for mothers and expectant MY SATISFIED ,
and reported there was not an error
, mothers for the of Instruct- HOSPITAL
I Ira H. Best, son of Mr. and Mis. to be found. All of which was pleas- purpose RETURNED FROM CUSTOMERS'
. ing them in the hygiene of infancy
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IndependentGrocery George W. Best, 403 Verona ntreet. ing to the manager, II. C. Piano. and maternity proper, demonstratingto The many friends of Mrs L. B. Will Tell Of-My Efforts to' Please.

Is now. in the employ of the McKay There is a plan on foot at this timeto them the method of hand- Tyner will be pleased; tOlearn of herr .- r '
Construction Company, of Ocala-and install a preceding plant at this proper turn to her Kissimmee home from See me and contract while, my

is at present superintending the construction exchange and to that end W. H. An- etc.ling of the baby mothers, dressing will feeding be ad- an Orlando hospital, where she wentto drilling outfit is close at} hand., '
of a fine $40,000. school engineer of the Expectant :
I drews, consulting undergo a major operation. Mrs.
Emmett Street building that is being erected at Wal- Florida Citrus Exchange, of which vised as to the proper care of them- J. R. Bronson her sister and Mrs. DIBBLE.
selves, their diet, exercise, bathing, {
do in Alachua county. Mr. Best is the local branch, i is a subsidiary, spent etc. Lola Allen, her private nurse, broughther J. C. ..
his worth." week in into the dressing, '
--- "proving this going .
--- -- -- two days home in the former's car. Mrs.
804
604 Patrick Street.Phone
---- -- -- details and making estimates. These well and
-- GILBERT GIVES GIFTSA. Tyner stood the trip is now
It :t. Henry C. Lightsey, of 621 Emmett will be presented at the annual'meeting doing nicely. KISSIMMEE 34-ttx Its

street, has returned from points in of the association, which is to be S.: Gilbert at '45 Main street, is I

: Orange Spot Bungalows Georgia where he has been looking held at ten o'clock on the morning of to do his best to boost the automobile .

, (Furnished) after the peach industry. He reports Saturday, August 12, for approval.It business, for he is offering to give .
that financial and business conditionsin to add coloring 'away gasoline in five-gallon lots to
, ON BLUFF FACING OCEAN is also planned ,a
the localities where he has been are his Not to one cue'
the local to patrons. merely
$15 per week $50 per month plant for packinghouse Kissimmee Electrical: t
MELBOURNE, FLORIDA gradually recovering from the severe use the came methods that have proven tomer-but to, all of them; the only ( .

depression, and sayi: "Things all a success in California. stipulation being that the customer .

. around are really looking a great deal There promises to be a large attendance shall buy a stipulated amount of (
> -- --- -- better than they were.; at the annual meeting. goods at the marked-down prices Company

' which will be maintained during: his n
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THE THREE PY-UTE FRIENDS R. J. Roliff is making but alow STRAWBERRIES AID ten-day sale which commences,.tomor- 4

, progress upon his new hotel Blockon TO LOUISIANA GROWERS row. .A large advertisement in this "f.It
THAT KILL THEM ALLPyUle Dakin avenue. When the work Electrical Contractors
It is a fact well worth knowing that issue gives the details' of the pjan, .
commenced there was a ruch to manufacture and also gives.some of what. Mr. Gil-
the blocks but after few the strawberry crop of 1920 returnedto
a bert "the best bargains everoffered
} Roach and WaterjBog Killer says are
the of Louisiana the mag-
work growers
hundred of them were completed
: in KJssimmeet"WEINERWURSTED!
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.. was dropped. If the block if to be nificent sum of 7607500.) This sum Fixtures Appliances CALL( UP Wiring for' Light I ''

1!- Py-UU Fly .Id Mosqnito Killer completed before the eomin euon was taken from 7,700 acres-and it is AT EAST "* Power. .

trade an extra effort will have to be easily figured: that there was nettedon . LAKE. and, 60"leat'an .
-;--. .- Py-Uti fly Killer made. an average $975 1 to the acre. Seven ( Edison Lamps ie pafiing' :
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t ,. '. -. i and one-half minion dollars flowing Tuesday evening saw gathered at; : \

. Sold en Money-Back Guarantee The' city council has decided that I back into the channels of trade in the' East Lake members of the Kissimmee ":" .
Handled in Kissimmee the Tay, ,
for System of Stores find the Midway there Is a great need of a suitable one state from producing and shipping ., Business College and their.,invited Why not .I.lets. estimateo J1 nyourElectrical:: Work: ? :
tl" Itshould guests to the number"of about forty, r
Grocery. sign In the vicinity of the Christian the little strawberryand. I
.. --- -.." -,':Manufactuned by: %* charcjrwhlch I -direct.the..sntolstto -be-reusembv.d,-,also;that-the wher*--there-was...._web e..I'out-P4 We .can. -sav>,4ral4-:;.money/.Wiring. ,;tbnjgagy. payments -, t _

, the proper,paved highway;to take to Florida crop of berries 'will be In advance a swim'' by' the. light of the' silvery : Terms to.suit'your convenience..'. : .
1J.CATES' "
.. : MANUFACTURING reach Orlando and points north. Many ,of,those produced in Louisiana. moon. ;There was spent:* merry evening :: "I"f'

COMPANY now will' drive..up on Brack street, What! the:berry has proven for Louisiana by the crowd, which, In reality ESTIMATES, 'CHEERFULLY. .. GIVEN" "' .".. ,

4k r i. :Successors to' t'' than;retrace their way::.;-not knowingof it may prove for:Florida and chaperoned_Mrs: and .Mrs. C. E.HO-, Darlington ri Avenue, Willson' Building, K1ssIn l tee/ : ,

r M Ellis Gates? ) M FLORRIIDA'Caw., the;turn at Vine street -The, sign fore yean'toeemsI I there. .,.wm I be?no ton and.Mr.; ,iud- ,, Mrs. :Barnes. ;G. ,. :, ., .;- . . -." -. ;'

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SIX: THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY ,GAZETTE. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. 1922KESLSfl 'f

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PERTAINING TO tHURCHES Ford Builds Own .,

Methodist Church Windshield Glass :

.BJRD-S. ROOFS Hey, R. F. 'Hodnatt, Pastor The Ford Motor Company, Detroit, HOME TRADE '.

has begun to '''manufacture its own '

.... 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. J. L. plate glass, and already has1 in operation -
WHY ,
Overstreet, superintendent. the first modern glass house ,ever '
:
4:00 p. m -Junior League.>

4C. tional.. 7:00 p. m/ -Senior League davo- for equipped automobiles.especially to make glass FALLS OFF


8:00 p. m.-Union srvices at Presbyterian As customary when taking over ", t

+ church.. Sermon by T Rev, Al- the 'manufacture of a 'new' product;' '
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len
J. Miller.
Ford has applied his own principles' It' Always When
8.00 p* Wednesday: Prayer Slumps ;
Meeting. production, "and, as' consequence,
the methods and machinery used I it '

Presbyterian Church making Ford glass are a radical de- Business Is Unbusinesslike

Rev. W. H. Dresch, D.D.:, Pastor' parture from established -practice. I


t 9:45: a. m.-.Sunday school. features I'The Ford the continuous operaticns conveyor so that system from II III Most business men have this failing they are
7:00 m.- Junior Christian En-
\V 'f" deavor., p. the i time the glass leaves the furnace are swept off their feet when business booms.

1: IIt 7:00 p. m.-Senior Christian Endeavor 'until it becomes a polished windshield,

i l| it is always moving. We hit prosperity. Then starts the trouble. Ev-
8:00: m.-Union services.. Serv-
tif t- I p. | Glass making, when viewed in the
ices Rev. Allen J. Miller.
8:00 by I Ford plant, looks to be very simple. rybody buys everything in sight and the merchants
I : p. m.-Wednesday Prayer
service. The raw materials are Introduced in in their
I Ito are caught own trap. They start
furnace where become
the
I they amoften

: JZkI '. Cbriitian Church I mats. Drawn from the furnace .advertising to beat the band. A riot of selling follows ., .

: Allen J. Miller, Pastor. in a semi-liquid state, the glass the merchants OVER ADVERTISE and .W

.. . passes under aL roller! ,--\YJLi.: J1.gi'q: it ..
- '" -- . 10:00-a. ri Sunday...school :G... .
; EYowell .
-" - --- -DVERSELL
.. superintendent.-- ,"Width-aJld-t..hidcand on.toaing -_ : ..THE MA R1CRT. .Donned) (for gOQd ._ _

;" HOW TO BUY ROOFS RIGHT 11:00, a. m. Sermon.'- Theme: i conveyor. This carries it for keeps up and then comes the trip to the bank to '

"The Spirit of Gratitude." / 464 feet through a gradually cooling r

TAKE the guett: out of buying roofs by Inowlnl111S! wealhcr- 7:00: p. m.-Chrhzian Endeavor.' furnace. At the end, it is cut and borrow-for expansion. : ,

,- I ,vvaicr-tighl.. durable and good looking before you buy it. 8:00 p m.-Union services at the placed on another conveyor which carries .

Presbyterian church. by Rev. Allen J. 1 it through the grinding and polishing Then what? and
shortage rising riot of
prices-a
.t Tell in the the kind of building you are to re-roof or bwlci Then Miller. Theme: "The Greatness of :
after which it is for
,',tf' I we will how you building near you covered with- Bud Rood.II / ,nfluence." I This adds a new link ready to the fast use. buying before prices tilt to the top' and a wild
c} 8:00 p. m Wednesday. Prayer
*, J' Patoid it the roofing you need we will show' you Paroid Roofs Meeting. | growing chain of Ford industries, spree of advertising to keep the game going. '

(that have Hood wear and weather for more than 20 years with We welcome you to worship with which are being established and ex-
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.& t (,Out reprr.t. . us. I panded .from time to,time in line with Suddenly there comes a halt. Buying slows

.( Talk U Ih* _I. who awn '.,Did pro First Baptist Church I the Ford policy to achieve complete and timid unbusinesslike up,1,> .../
merchants
independence of outside material CURTAIL
>1 ttclW building* and leant .. tra economy.We | ; '
+ ... s Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor. j sources in manufacturing Ford products ADVERTISING and the buying halt continues.

!: will unroll a good retch of Paraid for you to ee its bright, 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. S. L { and at the same time are the -- .. _

pay surface and feel ill Ih,,"" ...... pliability and rm_ Lupfer Jr., superintendent. Classes: means by which Ford is enabled to Then advertising is stopped and business becomes"I

for all ages. Join the pastor's class. I use in the production of motor cars, stagnant. }
:)i. Paroid n an allound quality roofing espeually adapted for lowpitch 11:00: a. m.-Sermon bv Rev E. A. trucks and tractors, material of un- 't

:... ; roofs, but good alto lot deep roofs or siding. It is cheapest" Milton. i I .
"II '? in L.I long run. 7:00 p. m.-B. Y. P.| U. live song ]I usually the famous high quality Ford prices.and sell themat When trade needs no stimulus many merchants "1

service.: Miss Grace Gilbert presi-
BIRO A SON.inc.(EcUbbtkod. . IT.SJ EM W&lpota, a.t .- dent. I buy space like drunken sailors, but when trade ;
8:00 p. m.-Union services at the Kikiyu Grass Proves .
: W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY Presbvterian church, conducted by I I! Boon To California needs a strong push they contract. -..," J.

Rev Allen J. Miller. ]
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.;..\." meeting 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. Prayer i I: Stockmen of California have had If business spent one-third the money in advertising -

it.' .. ---- -- --- -. Free seats and a welcome to their attention, called to Kikiyu grass, when trade is booming and three times the
strangers! as well as those who belong I which I Profenaor Kennedy, of the University ::
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here. of California when trade is ''business 7;
highly recommends money poor, would find
l J. 'W. Thoxxzg son A church. of the bible and for the after a series of experiments stability.
people
I|with the grass in that state. :
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I St. John's (Episcopal) Church j Kikiyu comes from the Belgian Kon
Licensed Funeral Director .
$ron and Choptl! I Rev. L. II. Kirkby, Rector | go and it is! a carpet grass though Now Is The Time To W 1 1J

[ much sweeter and more succulent
tt fi.wonA, S"" .r., Sympathetic ..Srrrict RinJeriJAlt
- 9:45: a. m.-Church school. than any of the others. It is a per- '
Stturart Aveitu ..!:::!:--> 11:00: a. m.-There will be an' administration ennial which spreads rapidly over soil j) Advertise Extensively. ::

i Kiitimrni High Grade Ambulance Service at Call of the holy Communion by'means of running stems or stolons,

i Office: 249 PHONES) Residence: 71 with tian Religion sermon. Not Subject Acceptable"The to Chri The<- which carry a large quanity of leafy Don't throw chips on blazing fire. The wood is i


; I\-\ _--__..- _ _ _- .-_ -_ Unspiritual." t of material fodder., thus. The providing grass a grows bulky mass very needed when the fire is low. Advertising now: ; ,

:c j&rr NOW WORKING FOR CITY f. rapidly and forms a dense! turf which means a real service to the buying public. The ,

Herbert W. Weaver, an aged nogroliving j stands the tramping of heavy stock. people want to know where and what they can ,1
There is no danger that the Kikiyu t:
; at 104 Robinson avenue, was ,
EVERY before the municipal court on Wednesday may become a pest, like the Johnson buy economically.
(' It seeds and its I
roots
'grass.' never ,
in his
p yl charged with having
J are shallow. In Australia, where a
possession two quarts of hooch, "corn- i
number of tests we're made with the ; Merchants Get Busy :
monly called moonshine. Only once t
grass, the Kikiyu won over all competitors YI.
in.court fore
before has Weaver been I:

is said to' be "about the slickestold :South .Africa'but the stockmen Hungarian indorse Brome.this Make Your Drive Now t IJT:
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fellow in the city, and on that j !
grass as highly as the Australian :
occasion his sentence .was suspendedpending j 1-'il
I stock raisers. It is supposed that
to"rP' gpn OOnanaR good behavior.. Chief Drlg-. I southern California will,afford a favorable fl/> gers on Tuesday while looking 'after.
climate for this latest comer. f
'
rpq matters sanitary in that locality saws "\
ti Ili/oOll1{ Attention of stock-raisers in Florida! ,
car drive up to Weaver's home and )I.
'1 is called to this Item-for there is>every ';I
a white man carry what was .presumed .
reason to believe that climatic %
I to be hooch Into the place. The *
conditions in this state would Be far
chief made a rush into the house justin ',j
more '-conducive: to a rapid and excellent -.,
time to note that the man had
growth than those of California. r J ,
dropped his package beside Weaver,, ...,!
With conditions as at present exist- r/ iI I ,
and 'rush out another door. Ascertaining -
i ing there is every incentive to experiment v Fun ? 1i
the contents the chief startedon r ;i
madei with all varieties of forage in
horseback after tho man who '''
order to bring out 'the best, cheapest, '
the deposit and quickly caught and
and. most nutritious feed for the vast. f .
F. arrested one Howard Tyson on charge
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number of cattle in Florida. ,'
of selling or delivering illicit drink. J,'

Then he went back and haled Weaverto Buy stock in Osceola Growers. !

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jail.
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Juicy: Fruit, Peppermint Weaver made a strenuous appeal to DANCED TO SPITE MAYOR ..."'

the court for justice, and told a story ,
and Tacoma.-Because the mayor of
Spearmint are certainly which would have passed almost anywhere ,
Summer, Washington, could give no
three he wasn't known. He is an old ,
delightful flavors to, legitimate reason why the Summer
man; some say that he is eighty; but American ,
Legion should not give a
choose from. he is"very spry except when a fine
w r dance on the Main street of the city,
stares him in the face. The court after forbidden
he had strictly such
And WRIGLEY'S P-K -the stated that as he asked for justice he frivolity, Legionnaires obtained acourt MoultingoHens' 4 ; t

? should have it, and sentenced him on "
the from
writ
restraining mayor Need Purina Chows
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new sugarcoated peppermint the previous count to serve thirty interfering with the celebration.Citi- ;
kt f days in working on the Streets, with V.iV
is also lens of the coil nunity and visitors "
gum a great the proviso that If he failed to workas YourhenS
from towns danced M
... many nearby up dragging
treat ,for your sweet tooth. he should the charge of having and down Main street in response to don't get enough protein. : -.a.'T. "
liquor in his possession would be added yPURINAL :1
the Legion's invitation which reed:
Feed it to them or they'll l rob
to the penalty. "Dance with the Lewis-Guill post No. CHICKEN
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All from the
are Wrigley their to It.
Howard Tyson appeared in court at 53 of the American. Legion by order of body-tissues get '

I, factories where perfection the same time. His attorney Pat the court.. and laying will come to a' CHOWDER ".i

Johnston, asked tha the case be postponed sudden stop. Feed Purina' --,.'..,- :,'.
r r is the rule. until Saturday as he was not FIRST AND SECOND CHOICE
Chows. Give your hens the ,
ready to plead-and consent was giv-
J 1 n-his appearance bond holding good Lincoln, Nebraska. Shell l.shock, material they need for both
'caused Thurman K. Williamson, Lincoln j
feathers and and
until that time. The case will be prosecuted eggs you
R veteran of the world war, to forget -
II I wt' by City Attorney Steed. win be repaid many times PURINAover.
Save the girl to whom he was engaged.He .
I the.
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HEN CHOWnnnn
1 married another. The district
,\ i MORE ABOUT BERGDOLL
:; wrapper.i court has annulled Williamson's mar- ,j n.o)

' ., Good for W .CILEY Philadelphia. his series of articles riage, leaving him free to carry out mor -Egga, Guarantee ?w:=S.- '

$ "The Truth About Bergdoll," his first 'pledge, if the first girl feels
Invaluable "y .l 'I. Th Perms Mills .rmat.. that
: te ga f yon e
,' H Charles R. Fehrlin, of Philadelphia; that way about it. win c" moan eggs or roar moa y
\ 'premilmis describes the present appearance of back, when,-001-.4 Purina Cbows
''a a*
America's arch slacker as that of a ... .+.. ..... .. 0 .0 .. dI-=- ...

rf fat middle-class German with .'a O' f':
i : VERSE A WEEK
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'". hatred eyf' everything American." 0 0
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'f.r. ,' : C31 'ehrlln was one of the party of array t..o.. ...oo .t.O..Oto..o" FLORIDA FEED STORES '.'

.., ntelligence ,operatives who recently)
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I if .ki, tried to kidnap Bergoll .In. German7. Perhaps-..-Goodbye: - ...., __ .. ,',, H &
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sou : States Government Jo j-etum.Berg-, ,If none of,all our dreams come true. : Broadway: VTELEPHOMfcf
-a ;T tyitoek.In. OscwL trowels. ,:.Bundles' of ioSd pape'r'arefor' saleat1 doll to..thlaDt1")-serve-the-sani" atence If thereVftO.pathway-for, Tnjrfeet; .

t"+ /:the'?6fflce 4>f.',The 'Gacette;. lOe. LTbatJeads at l.st.w.IOve-4nd\'; US; QUR; NEEDSyg&JJp&o. ' '_ (
of ;
tiwb'erriei. imposedor.th violation '
-an .acre of .s tts have ,
;Perhaps I'might ,xbmvghtryoqgrlef : ., .... ,,_ ..,
Better get them rbil*there If m stock. .
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: ;Ir" .O .II '* .. .0.Ot I . ". And heY a booster himself'1 because> .The editor know their reII.TI.bYo

:.E.A1O1 I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS 'If he bell.,... In Tils ton and Iii future 1 been' ""fed up" on that' kind of" stuff

Vtellsi
I.'M. .:, I 1- In Conscientious Teaching-Violin and ,Btudlou will teach oar. .I""i. He treats local propaganda 'as .new 'W ai 'editor attempted to read carefully

., at Horn of Pupil For" appoint* Tn Circuit Court. R Tntiith Judicial The couth 441 feet of Lot Tf of Company the because !. news in his I town H. all of the jt-rapaeanda (which
Florid Land -
meat phone 110, Saint Cloud. Circuit of Florid. la and and Improvement
-, ant for OvoeolaCounty.. In Chancery. Addition to the Town. of KJs- goes on the theory.:that' an Ice-cream I came to his desk he would do nothing .

........ ......... Myra' L.* ".r.o.Moore, Taylor a 'widow T.. Tindall Complainant. I Irarnee The said City.land."being ***esed at the social in the Preab'ttrianchurch; ...a '."*, the day would have. to be lengthened -

and Laura TlndalL hi. wlf: Walter date of Issusnoe .of. said, certificate In good thing for the church. Its m...* and he'd have te forego eating
H. Talll and Annab.il Tallla his wife, the-name of 8. A. Tln.r. and Unknown. '
cIr Respondents.. Notice of Maattr's. Bale Unless said certificate shall be redeem ben are known all over the cItyTbeylive and sleeping. .

,B. D1CKERSON Notlce.1e hereby Master irlven by heretofore the under ed according to law. tax deed will Issue. in all the; wardi. Therefore., if .He" cal tell almost by looking "at _
A.J.
.- lirned a* Special ap- thereon on the 14th day of August .
polnt.d In the abore cau.; that pur- D. iflL. FORSAlE he doesnt ,boost thslr affairs, tbeTwon't the envelope,whether. the letter eoatabi. -
\,1 CONTRACTOR:; AND BUILDER luant to a final decree entered In *aldeaua L. OVBR8TREET. '
on the ISth day of Jane. 11. I Clerk Circuit Court SELL THE Original Watkins IToducls. boost his p pft.: an appeal for the famished .f 1

I BricklayingLathing.- ; -, Plastering. I'hall offer for cmah for eat In*hand and tell* to the at publicoutcry hth4set SEAL) Osoeola County. Florida.' our Good wonderful city territory offer.still and open.free 'a amples. Get- In the pagsant-gjvenJy) the ,thne China, the starring of,Poland, or describing .

I r Painting bidder OnMonday up.t '7th. A. S By. 8., H. BULLOCK. Writ today. Th J. R. Wat girls, there may have been 100 other the conditions of Armenia
I No. 121 Brick Street, Klsstmmee D., 111. between the legal hour of Il-St Deputy Clerk.' kin. Company. Department T',. Mem-. And his press association carries all .
eelS In front of the Court House door, phi, Tennessee. . S4Itx girls .whose names could be used.

,. ,_ii- In ZlI..Imm.. Oaoeola County Florida REGISTRATION MOTICB.. Theseglrls like to see their names In that his readers want to know about. _
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the following' decrlbd property, to- fine
.' ..... .0. :... KRIBB8 !! W. J. BTKBOKRIBBS rlt{ ' { of Notice I* hereby given that the 'Ret.istr.tion r FOR;condition SALE I-electric Six room llffhtaj house, good In'wat' his paper. .And he makes friends by those conditIons.. His printing ;of _

; The Southwest Quarter (8WU Sec Book for .Osceola county _er; four lot; some furniture; chick putting them therelong .. they additional. information would not help
) of
&. STEED the Southeast Quarter (SE% Florida will be open at the office. of the enhou* and ; M fruit tree: .
U). In Townchlp yard.i' alleviate the suffering. If it would
tlon
'. Twenty-four ( Supervisor of Registration of Osceola 11000 for .. If Interested. are spelled :eoneetl .
AMenM ... #.;--ler* .t..Law Thirty(8t( ) East(10)containing South. Range forty acre Thirty-four morer county. Florida Monday August 1, A. write Postofnce Box It*. Saint.Cloud. he'd print it and be 'glad of the oppor
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KI.--.... rlerl. lee.. ,..Bltuat In Oeoeola County, D. 1(11 and will close Saturday, ()etob.rUT ."Ftorlel-.te..nt..atb street andMaryland Courtesy; and aa'evcn temper In anyone tunity. -, .

......I:r.*.. >* !. .llUsU .<... ... florid. 111. each avenue. 14tx are admirable; to a successful city
... .(.._ Oe-irt. Dated July S, A. n. 111. Registration Book la ,, An editor recently kept a record of
the will be RENT cottagethree editor
JOHN a CADEL. Election District In county. FOR -Furnished they areindespensable.. But
At Special Master In Chancery > open Monday. September 4. 112. and room and bath; also four room upstairs there occasions when loses his letters of purely propaganda material
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RftTBBS *..8TBKIl ". will close Saturday October 14. 121. apartment and bath. Apply ..toMr are : he coming,to his desk." A'"very careful
Pat Johnston Q. P. OAIIRBT 8ollcltorafor Complainant. 10-St All persons who are' 11-year of ago *. A. T. Morrison. corner Lake and temper, and one of these' 1 is when an
I and over and who are, citizen of the .Aderhold. 14-4tc sifting left 147 pieces of mall In which
JOHNSTON & GARRITTATTORNEYSATYAW United States and who have been. resident - alleged friend will come In during his
NOTICE Or APPLICATION! rOR TAXNotice the sender sought 'free "advertising: .
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of the State of Florida for the FOR SALE-Modern five-room bungalow busiest time ''and Insist on unloading .
DICED past twelve month. and of the Countyof screen porches, on lot about for some cause In which they'w.... Joterested -'

Offices:. 10, 11 and 12. Osceola Band I. hereby rlren thatR.. F. Be.ran entitled Osceola to for register.the past six. month, are bearing.SSxSO. Twelve Apply orange to Mrs. tree A. T. In full a lot of gossip for an hour or more. or some condition which they
of Tax Certificate Na. l.rorrl-
Bulldlnjc. purchaser W. C. BASS.Supervisor Lake and d r Six months..sgo.arepLnntered the
lit: dat.dth.'Sth day of : D. .son corner thought should be. given .publicity.tTljw.u.excluai.t.eLthstJegM;
eald dtl.I- my of Registration.U.PL $4lIeFO18ALEPurnlture offce of a ctT( editor cfloVri .
FLORIDAINEID'S lilt ha* filed 1
-.,. _Jg8! !.- otteeandnasin.dq.ppUctto.dSed foi _Oiceola-lJRu u..D rJd . .
belf..and and lianded him a,1
also
accordance with law. ; newspaper. mate "free advertising" which II 'a '
to Issue In '
NOTICE OF-MASTER'S SALE.In calf. "Must be sold. House for rent-
Said certificate embrace the following; I Apply at SI Drury avenue corner I box of good'cipn.. < concrete help to the newspapers and -
,
.. .Ituat...In Osceola .
crlb4 property, :
Circuit Court for the 17th Judicial Church street. x <
BATHSBtt "What's the ideaf asked the readers.
: County Florida to-wlt Circuit of the State of Florida, In man of Interest to.the .

Undivided -one-half Interest Zt In 8H and'for Oaceola County. In Chancery: FOR 8ALB.-On briCk street. Four of many tasks. t The stamps, envelopes and printingof
of Section South. .
1 Township
8BK. ?.
Ft Ma. Di ea... Lewis Horst Complainant.versue J. M. rooms, bath lights water; several
y Range l' East. Wlhstanlvv, a widower. Respondent. bearing orange and grapetruiltrees. "Oh. Just a little appreciation of the this propaganda easily toet $5. .

late The of said the land Issuance being of assessed said certificate at the Foreclosure of mortgage: Notice of A real. bargain. S. B. Morrey. Apop. help you gave us on our musicale," And there are more than 2,600 daily
from !. hereby given Florida. 14-2tx
with water direct Masters Bale: Notice ka.
Good bath
In the name of B. W. Pinch. Unlesssaid replied the man. { America ''and nearly
Tuesday that under and by virtue of a final decree newspapers n
medicinal well. Open certificate shall be redeemed acBordlng -
deed will Issue entered In the above styled causeon F'OItSALE Missionary strawberry It I is not recorded that the city editor 16,000 weekly and. biweekly ?
Thursday, Saturdays, from 9:30 a. to la'w, tax the Z4th day of June. A. D. 1923. I. plant from excellent stock. Price papefa.

m.to_ 5:00: p. m. A short .drive from D.thereon,.U2I. on the----.L-list day._of August_ A. Master appointed In 'thiscau.ew1lt'mttlm4frstMmidT ,a.lo per_ thousand delivered parcel ever revived. lie seldom gets Figure the cost. .- J i . . .
4 1
- -- In flep LHmltad a..ountloi '
Kissimmee. Phone 208. J. I.. OVERSTREET.' tembr same being the tth day of September -- post sale. oi"Deen express Seed; Company Orlando any thanks lor his free publicity. He Not one percent ofthis propaganda

) Clerk Osceola Circuit County.Court.Florida. A. D. 1121 offer for sale and Florida. 11-ttc. doesn't expect them. reaches ,the public; probably less than
Orders for the water may be left sell at. public outcry for cash-In hand
,
That Is about all the editor ofa ;
614 Patrick itreet.CUAS SEAL) to the 'highest front door FOR. SALE-Wooden washing ma' city five percent gets even cursory exam -
at residence KATHLEEN BEARDEN. rinak\I\:
ll-5t. By Deputy CI<; of the Court House Os- chine:. nearly new. Apply 801 Mainetr.et. 10-tf daily in a small town has' to do except Inatlon by the _edltori. especially.ln,. _ _
rk'l ceola County Florida during the legal ;;;..and'thfs new ,. .
.houaa.-of. sala. the-following; described -- exception If Jhe is the small towns.
fID-Owner: !n eTnIt1.lh Kaet-haif. of alt of r7OR SALE. For Tten FurnishedItooms
Vis The
In and' property. : to the task, his greatest bur.den.
[lal Circuit of Florida. proves
and N-o Trespass Cards 10
.
of the Northwest quarter .
that part "
In Chancery.C FOR TOUR S10VEWOOD
For Occeola County. .
cents each at The Gazette ofAre.41ti .
8outheast
< of the quarter
!?. P. Whlpple. Complainant. ver. .f.'t \ .
sue Elizabeth: Donefran a single ( and theSouthwell quarter VTAe editor knows without going
I I. Warlnn and R. (H\VS4) of the Northeast quarter Place your orders for Veneer blocks)
1-nbel
Tel.phonesOtne. No. 58; Re.- woman of Section Thlrty idence. No. US.Hours . D. 'V.rh."'. her husband. Reupondents. (NEV4)) Apply at the office of The ValleVOazptte and 'split blocks nt once for the sum
I Notice of Master's Rale. Twenty-five (25) Mouth! months Blocks delivered nt "
Klsslmmee. 8-tf m'Ttybe one or two letters worth reading mer _ _
I : 8:30: to 12:00; 1.00 to 5:00: Notice Is hereby given by the under- ; Hanira. Twenty-nine (III) Bast lyingSouth
for 120 blocks for store
RlHrned as Special' Master heretofore appointed of Shingle -Creek containing ; 'others/reprcsent efforts to workMnvtrrid J2.95 ; split
One Electric Wall
WILKERSON In the above cause; that pur- twenty-five (16) acre more or less FOR SALE- nets. wood guaranteed full strand $3.15,
DR. B. L. l'late. Practically now. At a reasonable lhe he represents for
final decree entered In paid In Osceola County Florida.8nme paper
:i luant Jto n situate Apply Valleycette. AlUdelivered. Phone 91; 616 Brack!
the 28th day of June 1922. I being sold In payment of part price. free
IJKNTIST cause on : 7-t advertising or pleading for a 15-tf
\ atr et. J. Bonnln.
shall offer for Bale and sell at public of the Indebtedness an mentioned In .
Store. outcry for cash In hand to the hljfh- the final decree.. And on the same day urrfs. cause in which the sender is interestedbut
Offtco-<)ver The Rexall Iron 8 ALB-Two boys 4-year
put bidder on Monday August 7th. A. and at the sametime CATHOLICS COME THIRD .
( at the same place old six, velvet onajdetrk blue, one very few others.! .
n. Iftli. l>..twe..n the leiral hours of I will as such Special Master.offer white MEMBERSHIP
,nle. In t1 i ont of the Court House door for sale and sell. at public outcry for dark collar grojerr and culTs. rrtrmffTan, detachable.style Nearly Some one recently suggested that a IN CHURCH
In Klsslnimee Osceola founty. Florida rash In hand to the highest bidder the .
-tf
th.., foltowing described propertj, to following described property. vim: new._ Apply 101 Main' street. 4 "drive, against drives" would meet According to statistics- th.rd-by. ",

wit: All of I-of Three ((3). and all of Lot r- with popular approval but a society _____
JESSIE D. KLEINMAN I The !Houth half (sm of Lots One Four (4) North of the right-of-way of FOR RENT the Federal Council of Churches: and _
ID and Two (2) of Block Sixteen 116) the Atlantic Coast Line Kallroad. except for the suppression of propagandawould printed in the Year Book of the .
Addition to the. Town .
of Robert Bass Beginning at the Northeast corner FOR RENT- -Nicely furnished nAt.
Copying Btenograp-jlc Work of Klsihnmee City. Florida. SaidPremises meet with the unanimous sup- which .has been issued
II of Lot Four (4), run West a." Modern conveniences. Low rent for churches just ,
of the being Northwest In the Quarter Northeast(NBVi Quarter 0-( chains, Mouth 7.64 chain. Northeasterly i summer. W. U. Harris. 14-tt port of every editor In the country.In of every 106 persons in the' United
Phone State Bank Building of the Atlantic
the
253. parallel ;
alone
Amerioa there be
of Section (12) seems to a society -
)
MXVU
f Twentr.t".o; ) South. CoastLine 3.694 chains North B.tl MISCELLANEOUSSECOND States, 10 have no religious affilatlon ,
Range hiPw..n.n ) ((29) East. chain to point of beginning: Also, except " for everything and another so- and 96 are affiliated through men. -; _____
Dated July 6, A. O. 1922. : Beginning; twenty (10)) feet Ea..tof HAND OOQUS. bought, sold claly to counteract everything. An '
.ap, JOHN 8. CADEL.As I the Southwest corner of Lot Four and repaired. The Casino. 44-tf ., bershlp, financial support. attendance'
Special Master In Chancery. (4) In Section Thirty-six (26) Township organization for a high protective other ties with various reliflWs
KRI rW & BTBKIJ. Twenty-rive. (25). South of Range GROW TOUR OWN grape plants. Cuttings or _ _
Solicitor for Complainant. 80-Bt Twenty-eight (SI) Hast and run North $5 per hundred; $16 per' thou tariff will attempt to broadcast to bodies, as follows I 1% ,'4,", _ _
18.96 chain East *.!' chains South Orange !
CITYMJARKET sand. Belersdorfer Brother the world through the editor that
IdrrlCIC FOR FINAL D1SCHAHOHn '.48 chains., East 4.75 chain. South Center Florida. Jl-Ztx Protestant ..-.____.........TSv,
I ..0' chains West 4.76 chains.' South unless n wall is builtabout certain Industries Catholic : .18 '
Roman ......__ ,..:. y
[ The Court of County Judge State of 4.19 chains West a.1' chains; All, except AN ATTEMPT to eliminate the "'NegroQuestion' doomed 'the -
they rjfor
Florida. In the Estate 01 Jm M. : Beginning; at the Southwest corner ha* been undertaken by are : Other faiths _........... ... ,. ,;. ,'i'
: Iee, Deceased. Oaceola County. of said Lot Four (4) and run Florida business men for purely business scrap heap thousands of men will bethrown''out amu.tlon..1t.
Notice I* hereby given to all whom It thence. East S1IV6 fet to the rlght-of- reasons. If It succeed FlorIda of work 'and millions of No religious : .. 4 _
may ranoerr that on the llth day of way of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad will probably reach a higher.stag : -
. September.n.frabI IIt I shall applyto thence alongsmld rightofwayIn of development during the capital will be sunk without a trace. _
1: t Frcsh.Mcat.and the Cpmer Judge a Northeasterly direction IS5 feet next ten year than she could attain Total ___..-.......... _.-1M '
of said Court.. a* Judge Executrix of Probate 0"t.for.." I to the starting point of the land to In twenty year under the existing The editor, after being bombarded The Year:' Book Of the Churdbe
final as : .
discharge '
my estate of Jan.. M. ...... deceased and be berefrom alongafd excepted right-of-way! thence Northeasterly 101- political condition Every votershould Avlth these appeals for two or three gives the tOtIcbUrkOpUltiOlO: _
I read Lawson's address on.Independent
VegetablesPhone that my final.tth.tlftt..1 account a. Bxecutrlx-will present of said I I feet -thence North m feet thnc '. Republican, and theirOnePlank 'weeks,. will about be convinced that th.country'as.follovsj: T. "' _
I Southwesterly parallel to said right- "
e Address
Platform. DOS- these industries should
ask for their approval. perhaps get
state and .. A. of-way 101 feet, theno South 10G feet tal to "Independent" Headquarters, Roman Catholic._. .17,88u,846
Dated July
DJMl10lt to the of said starting place. All protection and that' something should '
44, 8. LEE. point Orlando, Florida tor a copy.x Eastern. ., .ll.O&t
% Execu.rlx. In Section Thlrty-lx: ($') Township Orthodox ? l
be 'them. He has almost '
/ _-_ Twenty-riv (It) South of Rang NEW CATALOGUE-Fall edition. Contain don.to'sipport Latter. Day Saints..-- .; 687.918 ____
Seventeenth Judicial Twenty-eight (U) least. ContainingEightythree a-fund of fine'Information forth made his mini to write something : '
In Circuit Circuit of Court the State. of Florida (II) acres. more or less. new-comer or beginner and' of about up when come letters Jewish ., :':.....,:.1........-;.I.600"oot>

In and for theCounty of Osceola InChancery Situate In Osceola County, Florida. great value to those already familiar along ; Protestant .. ::.z..1'5O9,4b9 .
DR. R. J... DENNING 8. B. Owen a* Receiverof Same being cold In payment of part with Florida Truck Growing. If you from another j"I'.niaation that ,:> ,' ., j _ _
the Water Carson GroceryCompany4 of the Indebtedness as mentioned In are not already receiving our catalogue "" '- "! r.1.
DENTIST. Complainant the. final decree relative to that plee these industries are overcapitalised, .J i2k r.j ,
corporation. for Kllnrora
a writ
today
; copy. Total y L.:; _;; :;...MJtltoMVrOn .
'
" versus Pearl Johnson 'and Each of the above described tracts Seed,Comp.nT. Plant._City. "Florida. their dividends huge. .
i Over the Postofnce. Henry. Johnson. h.r' husband. Reepondents. will be sold separately. Purchaser to It-tto find this basis ''the Methodist and _
OrriCB HOURS: t to 11:10. 1:11 t. I-: Notice of Master's Salet pay for -deeds. Dated this' 1st day ofAugust To enumerate,' the. propagandawhich :
churches have a constituency
Notice I* hereby given by the undersigned A. D. 1521. / Baptist greater
NOTICE-Anyone suffering from tuberculosis -
..... Phone 174 reaches the desk of the .
.ee average"
a* Special Master heretofore appointed J. 8. CADEL.As indigestion or malaria than the, Roman' Catholic
.-OfBee Phone 15Se In- the above cause; that pursuant .. Special Master. In Chancery. will. do well. to write me. W. F. Pope. editor would be an endless task. The ; ,
to a final decree entered. In .aidc.u.e KRJBH8 STEED. Homeland. Florida. S4-5tx church the figures beings
on the 18th day of June 122. I Solicitor for Complainant. S4-4I public little realizes the tremendous
, 'shall offer for sale and sell at public Methodists> ,, /.,.;$: .._.22.111,96t .
.. - .. for cash In. hand to the highest DUTIES OF AN EDITOR lot of bunk that is carried In the '
outcry August NOTICE! OK MASTKH-M SAL.H.In Baptists -__...".._.._-21,938,700" _ _
bidder an Monday. 7th A. IIaUs. Very little of it gets into the
M. TILLER D.. 111 between the lefts hours ofsale Circuit Court for the 17th Judicial (Continued from Page One) ( Roman Catholics :......_ 17,885,64d
In front of the Court House door Circuit of the State of Florida. In columns of the papers. Some will .

In Klmlmmee.1 1 Osceola County Florida: and for Usceola County. In Chancery benefit is decided upon. The city cf course for even the most' hardened Buy stock lit.Osceola GrowerPrayer' :
t"-
Estate i the following described property. M. O. Waring Complainant, I ... .
versus free advertising
Real Agency editor is called upon to give sometimes .
wit: Nancy T. Whaley a* Administratrix ol propaganda wrecker will H .I J ::1" .
. Lot Twenty (20) of Block "A" of the Estate of Alexander. Edward Whaley matter not only the spacein ; ,
*
j Wm.' BoswelT's Subdivision of Lot Fifteen let an itempass., is powerful I If it is tIZd

.' Realty Bought and sold. to(15)the of Town Payne of and Klsslmmee Payne's. addition City.- of deceased Chattel Respondent.Mortgage: Notice Foreclosure ol the paper, but in nine cases out of Only recently there were "weeks"of with equal parts of .weat': ':"/ ., -

': reuses rented. Florid. Master's. Sale. Notice I I. hereby giver ten he baa to write it. The Order will observance for a few things. For _ u
that under and by virtue of a tln..1decree -' '' -
1922.JOHN
A. D.
. Taxes paid and Titles verified Dated< July e. S. CADEL. entered June 18th. A. D. ItSS spend $2.78 for paid advertising and instsnce. there was a "smile" week

A* Special Master in Chancery. I that I, the undersigned Special Master in return will receive $50 worth of and "be kind to animals" week. A '
: for non-reiidenU. KRIBB3 & STEKD will. on the first Monday In September Orange Spot Inn .
Fire Life and Accident 'In- Solicitor for Complainant JQ51NOTICE same being the 4th day of september. free advertising classed on news. few years ago these would have been f .
: ; A. 1) 102. at the front door of'the The senior class at the high schoolis '
this '
; suranee. !) OF APPLICATION FOR TAX court house In Klsslmmee, Osceola given some publicity. But not A MODERN:HOTEL
DHKD 'County Florida during the legal to present its annual play. Formal Hundreds of didn't
year. papers even -
With Bath.
Bond All Rooms
Indemnity hours of sale, offer for Bale and sell at( announcement is made and the city .
Notice. I* Hereby Given That A. M.Chlsholm. public outcry for cash In hand to the carry an item about them, although NEAR OCEAN'' SUMMER. RATES .
I .... .. ................... purchaser. of Tax CertificateNo. I highest bidder. the. following described editor writes reams and reams about thousands and thousands of letters . '

, <0, dated the 7th day of June A. personal property.All :MELBOURNE; FLORIDA. '
'
; it.
0, D. 1(20 has filed said certificate In my that stock of cattle. now ranging were sent ont urging! theif observance. '
I office and has made application for In Osceola and adjoining! counties Three girls in a small town con : '

lax deed to issue In accordance with marked swallow-fork In one ear,, ._- -, ---.- - -' -. . -- --, -:_ ,-
-: P. A. ,VANS AGNEWATTOBNBT.ATLAW law. Said certificate embraces the following over-slope In the other. branded Ace ducted dancine. readinsr.- and so on.

described property. situated In of Clubs. They decided to give pageant. It I.., .
! Unceola County. Florida. to-wlt: Purchaser to pay for bill of sale '
OFFICES WU of N% of Lot 2. In Section 23 Dated at Klsslmmee Florida this lilt was a grand success and as the reviewer <: -

S, Wiater Park. Florida Township The said 25 land South.being Range assessed 2* East.at the day of August.. A. U. J.1SIJ.S. CAbEU. said, "a good time was had by I BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY .

date of the Issuance of said certificate As Special Master In Chancery. all." The girls paid about $7 for advertising -
In the name of B. E. Salmon. KH1BBS: ft STEED. columnsof
and received several
AND BUILDERS
\ Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Solicitor for Complainant. 14-41 CONTRACTORS
:: according to law. tax deed. will free publicity.

I t DLJ.LIJARVEYI Issue,. A.thereon D. 111.. on the list day of August MUST MUZZLE DOGS Every city has' its booster organizations WOOD, BRICK, STONE, ..,: .

CHIROPODIST Of TAMPA J. I* OVER8TREET. and the small town is no exception STEEL, STUCCO. ..

, '(b. Will be at The Graystone Hotel (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. From Saturday July 29, 1922. until . Plans are advanced for N. F." BASS JACK BASS ', : _

: I the 7th and 8th of each month. Osceola County. Florida. Tuesday, September 5, 1922, all dogs I all ?
this that nearly
. and
improvement; 615 Avenue
322 Street Sproule
.' -, S2-5t By 8. H. Bullock D. C. Royal ; ;:
I IA running at large within the limits of have more or less merit and nearly all _

OUARDIAN 8 Kronen!' OF APPLICA.TION the City of Kissimmee, Florida, must. of -- .. .
FOil DISCHARGE would add to the beauty or dignity ,, '
KISSIMMEE PLUMBING be properly muzzled. Dogs found at the .
g the town. Civic centers were
Judge Osceola 11. HAROLD HUME, M. P.'HIMMONS. D. A. MORRISON.: **- ,
of the County
In Court
i 7 County. State of Florida.. In Re Estate large without muzzles, as prescribedby I rage a few years ago. but the craze, I'resident. Vic President Sic *c ,!Treas.- -

SHOP of Miriam T. Munger. Minor. ordinance willbe impounded and I like has its; force. They "
Jazz spent
si.
" Notice I I. hereby given to all whom It Best Fertilizers latectidde Sprayers Poultry Supp&es .
may concern. that I. a* Guardian of will net be released except upon the I would have been a wonderful improvement Honest Goods Fair Prices Prompt ShipmentAsk .

Miriam T. Munger. Minor. will on the. payment of the sum of one dollar, together .
I ? Nothing Too Big; 8th day of September. A. D. 122. eight. for nearly every city I Tour Neighbor, He Knows .
week from the date hereof. ; apply to with fee of 25e for each days ,But, and here's- the rub. they cost Ot NEW JULY 1st Price Lift JUST ISSUED -
Too Small .
,f Nothing the Honorable T. L. Comer County confinement. Refusal to these I I I_ _
Judge of said county for my final discharge pay a lot of money.It'a easy to. plan E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER. Jacksonville, nerlda ,

a* such Guardian: and shall fees justify the killing of the animal, wh should' be done but it'. not so )

also present my final account.for ap C. ... --,.
, All Work Guaranteed proval.Dated. HDriese. easy to get the money to do it.

.. To Be Satisfactory July 10. A.MARK D. 111.MUNQER. Chief of Police. Then 'also there are organizations i.pi.us..s.O.14ss.. .II( ...... .

', tl-8t Guardian. Kissimmee Florida, July 27, 1922: in various parts of each town to boost :

-4.. ... 83-31.,
*
certain section. Parksj jplay
KOTICB or APPLICATION FOR TAX S J ;
143 . INSURANOETHAT ;
,15 Broadway :Telephone I
IMUBD, grounds, schools, better streets, all ;
Advertising( I. of:110-.cwo import wanted.

Notice'Nave I.*purchaser hereby given.t Tax that Certificate F. Arthur sate to a merchant .Uua gaoUn,,.ito 1 are.And.tnrerj one of these projects Is : : : ' .. > '. ) 4SERVICE

..
-' 'c.r.i"'M 1125. dated the 7th day or July sm automobile. > .
I No.
: >
local
Calls.iFenr. In th*:
unlimited !
A. D. and of Tax Certificate' No. given .pace'
666 F.....; < ; i25&dat.44 t..IUa.4& of June.-A, .D. t newspaper.+ .And they*should be;far I -"
; tn ,
said certificate -
I -"'_I sad I ,;;I'!......... IBM ethos ha and filed*a. ..*. application for Hex my "';' : If .all/or eYeD one-tenth, of the-plans :.. .

-. : deed.te Issue In accordance, wit.law. :. i brought to fruition it would be II' _
Bald .eertlfle**'*na*>.* the-followingdeertbd'property . : 6' S.6..1 w TIIATSATISfll.S: .. ....
t ., the mall towns '
,! .tc.aa OceelaCounty. p. a big thing for .
:.;;....
; their .. .. .. . ; "', -
.There,are eroctjrS'.who collect Beginning. .'at.. !-.o-wUt the northeaat'eornei- r : AM tbe mall town folk are proud "

l !bills>> ptintpt17..a1iG those that.sell.toi of Lot 'ft of ta.'Florida Land and,1_ cft..KhIe; (O-ffl. ':n-I Ferr. of thai town. :;Thejr. boosters;one : rrUPffRs'1NSURANCf'AGiN: : >: t .
Addition to the . . ..... .
.;.1..I'" faaW... i. Town pr.v.inent of Kleelmraeai Company City. ran _til"1 I -::;"*T Jftw. FfT* V' : J: *'Ufc'Ar p and. alCindltlMi.eltr: editor Is;'ih.- . .' '' ... . . ,. : : .. .t.t _

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. ItM .. J
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ANOTHER BIC TEN DAY' SALE PURCHASE I
*' TO' THE FIRST TEN LADIES WITH EACH ,$20 .
DURING THE SALE
STORE -' l' t
., ENTERING OUR Y I
.A.'t> ,45 Maim S tr881C '
aw SATURDAY MORNING, WE'LL GIVE THE BUYER (
; :


Yards\ '" Good AUGUST Gingham 1 5 for $1.00 The A. S. .Gilbert ,Store FIVE FREE'GALLONS,OF CHARGE.GASOLINE ;Jt. t't


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t. SALE STARTS SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, AND CONTINUES TEN DAYS ONLYr, :


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CREPE DU CHENE Everything in ,L This Sale at Below DRESS GINGHAMS ;

40 Inches wide; regular value $1.75; SALE Market Price. Come Early 32 inches wide; well worth anywhere 35c I

. . . . . . .25c :
Y PRICE' .. .$1.29 the yard; SALE PRICE . ... "
and Get Yours "
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DRESS GINGHAMS ;
TAFFETAS
.._
-*."". -ONLYAPARTIALLISTOFJTHECOUNTLESSBARGAINS '" 2Tncberw1a te 1-V 1
- 6'1nche dt-r; gu1ayvatUe-$2:00: ; SALE ;; .,
; ARE GIVEN HERE. THIS MEANS t. k!""
PRICE .:'.- $1.59 I yard; SALE PRICE & v
THAT YOU MUST CALL TO LEARN OF MANY .

loll SPECIAL AND TIMELY GOODS YOU WILL .
ORGANDIES f.
l GEORGETTE CREPE NEED WHEN YOU LEARN THE QUALITYAND -

40 inches wide; regular value $2.00; SALE PRICE. White and Colored; 40 inches wide; actual '

PRICE .$1.59 HUMMINGBIRD SILK HOSE. THE BEST ONTIIEMARKETTODAYFORTHEPRIGE.AL value the yard 50c ; SALE PRICE..38c W.
- -
-
'
'' EMBROIDERED VOILES LEADING COLORS. WE HAVE CUT THE LOW ORGANDIES ,

: 40 inches wide; regular value $1.50; SALE PRICE OF $1.50PER, PAIR TO $1.35. SEE THEM. Better grade; 40 inches wide; values up t9LOOtheyardSALE :

PRICE ._. . . . ..L.L.., L' . . . . . . .$1.29 PEPPERELL 9-1 SHEETING, REGULAR VALuE -_ ._-- $$ : PRICE-69c--: ... ff
55e. SALE PRICE 45c.

COLORED VOILES EVERY PRICE ON EVERY SHOE HAS BEEN ALL TISSUE GINGHAMS ,

rl'' Values run as high as $1.00 the yard ; SALE RUTHLESSLY'SLAUGHTERED. COME IN AND Values up to 75c the yard ; we are making 5'
BE CONVINCED THAT YOU HAVE NEVER
e PRICE. . . . . .'. . . . .'.. . . . . . . . 38c SEEN SUCH VALUES AS WE ARE OFFERING. SALE. PRICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49c ':;"

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> R. Squires-having arrived with her caused 'a great deal of merriment. At church met. yesterday afternoon at IS MURDER LESS A CRIME land I I avoid all possibility of losing It&
: sister, Misa Anne Squires, from Georgia the conclusion of the affair punch'and home of Mrs. J. M. Johnston the FOR BEING WHOLESALE '. on election day. V
fiN. REALM I where the two visited relatives. cake were served. I event honoring Mrs. Scott Glore,who I I:
,Mrs.' Floyd contemplates remaining Those present were Misses Alpha is shortly to leave to.join her husband Washington, Aug. S. (Capital News ,CHAMBER ,ENDORSES
until bez't-busband, who 'accompanied I/IRose' Helen Bass, Kathleen Bearden.IL11Iian .I I in .East Saint jLouis, Illinois. Mrs. Service).-Development in the coal (Continued.from Pasre On) I |
'RETURNS'TO .HER- -HOME Dr. Phillips'to'a convention in 'Seattle .i I Harris;Dorothy-Well v Vif$*'"A31ore7 with-her mother;*Mrs-'WT H: and railroad strike and the:problems and a"ecurinaof acreage and the name* jf f
FROM BOOTH CAROLINA. shall return home. la Harris; Mrs.. John EHckson, Mrs. ,Jones, had been previously invited to arising from them have occupied so of those who stood ready to finan<.o '
Hiss"'Anne Sgaires.returned to her . Glenn Rose; Messrs. Egbert Gilbert, take supper with Mrs.'Johnston-but much attention in Washington that I- stipulated acre..e. There are BtllL '. I
L, .liome'inIlsdmmeelonSunday< evening MUSICALE AND ' '' '. ':"'">, . .I Allen J., Miller, Gordon Buttorff, f f was.,. unaware that the entire . from a vacation of several weeks SLUMBER PARTY ; .Glenn Rose!, John Erickson,' Donald .was to join them in a' fine supper pushed to one aide. It is the ceola Growers to be had, and when
pent in South Carolina and Georgia. Miss Martha Belle Harris delightfully McKay( D. A.: Bailey, Archie 'Mc- :I with a varied menu' on the lawn. As' belief of men prominent in the gov-1 I I those are disposed of there will 'be no \. ,
v Harris Holcomb) president of the class she llly filled\ 'ernment, however that tha question
btl.s Squires was the honoree at num- entertained a few young people Clean, Clyde ; Harry more sold. 'i '
i :(troUl, social events during her ab- Thursday evening at the home of her and G. W. Newsome, of Orlando. | her place and as tokens of remem- 'there raised is too vital to be long I I There is still a crying need for a f
I that either
forgotten and Illinois or ,
sence., parents, Mr. and Mrs... W. B. Harris The girl guests remained for a brance was presented with a hand- 'the United States government must' greater acreage, and it was decided I a
in Cape Breeze. During the evening slumber party. | sane bouquet and a "Friendship that Thursday afternoon there should
-RS.: : CAROL FLOYD __ take some drastic action before the i
Book. | I "
several piano and violin selections by ( ( be a number of missionaries drive
GUEST,OF PARENTS ,.American people will allow the mat-
1 Miss Helen Bass and Allen J. Miller CLASS HONORED I The following guests were present: I I i through the country and solicit those ;
Mrs.:,Carol Floyd, of Orlando, isy' 'were greatly enjoyed, and a diversionof I DEPARTING MEMBERThe Mrs. W. W. Bell Mrs. A. C. Chapman, ter to reat. 1!who had not yet signed an agreement I
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y', guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. the evening was a taffy pull which Dorcas class of the Baptist Mrs. Max Croxton, Mrs. M. B. Carson It is pointed out that the condemnation ito put in an acre or so. It was be- '4r.: .;
Mrs. Margaret Fortenberry Mrs. horror and indignation
that
I Jlieved the number could hi
; i 11lilllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllll II \ { 'H. S. Geiger, Mrs. B. M. Hall, Mrs. I aroused by the wholesale killing of 'brought up to. one hundred acres by* : !
1111111111111I1111I111111111111I n 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I !!: W. H. Jones Mrs. Belle Modi, Mrs. 18, the wounding of 54. and the disap- ,)this means. G. M. Taylor strongly ;
pearance of workers, on June 22,
=! C. T. Moore, Mrs. O. C. Nelsbn, Mrs. advocated
=: is not confined to any one section of getting busy Imrr.cd'a'clyKvith .... i
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J. B. Reese, Mrs. Ransome,
; Emily
; s:=, the farmers and
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getting their
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press
=i'Mrs. W. E. Sanderson Mrs. Guy I
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53' strawberry
r : Stroupe Mrs. Roy Stroupe, Mrs. Elizabeth States i ia practically a unit in its field. !
You can not saw wood witH a Waring Mr*. A. A. Wemple; anathemas upon the heads of those Stanley Bullock
,I' e= : Miss Ethel Wilder, Miss Lizzie responsible, in disgust with the find 'I there those suggested that .as j
ing of that coroner's jury, and in its were standing !ready to i
3!I Thompson ? finance an acre provided they could be '.;
demand that justice be done. A significant -
.1 Hammer NOTICE TO 'THE PUBLIC- fact it is noted, is the absence I assured that the proper man.to take .. :
,: The Bank With !! l of much if any comment from ,on the work could be obtained to enter ,
Owing to the prevalence of dengue labor papers. the deal, it would be well for all ,,\
the C fever in the state it is important that That the cause of organized labor deals to be made direct with the Os- !

I' Ability :: any more than you can carry on a. energetic efforts be made to reduce I tae been dealt a powerful blow ia ceola Growers, and that organizationcould I
business without == the number of mosquitoes. The, resIdents conceded on all sides} that the United see to it that only good men L
==, andWillingne C of Klsslmmee can help by see States government must act if the would be engaged_ and,work would! ..J
'E::! ing that there are no tin cans, buckets, state of Illinois will not, is a demand |Ibe done under the supervision of the '
=' ** tubs, bottles, rainbarrcls, gutters, which comes from leading journals in general manager brought here for the *!i
,'r::=: A Bank Account {troughs, etc.. containing water! in many states. If newspapers repre- purpose of instruction. This appeared -., .'>
W :::::: to Serve flvhlch mosquitoes might breed around sent public opinion then neither the to be the best method thus far suggested -- ',
It Lay. aside a 'small sum C their premises. If it is thought necessary murderers nor the attempts to mini- and met' the' approval of the
= == I to keep some water on. hand mize the affair have any sympathy meeting. -:
DEPOSITS INSURED ===: Jor use in case of an emergency, oil from the great bulk of Americans. S. L. Lupfer was elected on tin "*,
Out of Your Earnings i :j my be sprinkled over the top every Editorials from leading papers in board of managers to fill the unex- i
pired term of B. B. Lombard, removed.id'Toj .
qr, !: day or BO. All mudholes or pools of practically every state, and many ,
i water around premises Provinces in Canada, voice vehement
standing! any so -- -- .
-: e every day for the future. It wont ==: should be filled with fresh dirt or" a settlement for punishment for I '.
r' :C come amiss. Have a method to your sprinkled with oil. the guilty, that, as one senator put it,
;c- savings. USE AN AXE HAVE A H. S. GEIGER, M.D., "The federal government could not ;
.e City Health Officer. ignore the matter if it would." .i
,= ..: CHECK ACCOUNT!. Try ,us. for == ,, ,
r . prompt attention to business., CITY READY TO CONTRACT 'how Adam and Eve got along without $
rf' == -==; FOR WORK ON BULKHEAD ,somebody to run errand's.Mediums Small Orange Grove, direct ,
= \ admit that nearly all spi. from If :' '
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Publicity through various sources
have brought to the city council numerous REGISTRATION BOOKS haveone'you; '' wish to'sell ,

-YA. i : : I Io the requests work needed'for for full details the carryingon regarding i. (Continued 'from Pave On) let.me know at once. State. :< ,;.1
acreage, age, ofc trees,
'Q n'tPlQ' c.b County; Jof_ the bulkhead improvements;'" i sthe tame legality as If the work wai number ',, s' ..:.\
_ : : but In-each c.....word.ha.'benl sent done i s>t the, courthouse. The'feourtlhouse : o ,;treesYUiety.: f"' .
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; : : "bat the Pl'o,Pective bidder mat come office makes it.convenient for etc,. I mean business. :AcK:. l

.... ... 3' "J".t.. "., k.oHisaimfae.xanap.rsonanyInspect those who jnay be. going on vacations, dress letters' to "" ::U"Q
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r : atey",there!,:are,to;:be 300.000'yards :alp from' ;j their memory' 'KissimmeeFloridaEIGHT 1.1.rt .,'
r4 of,fill,{o;bema, <{e-butjio! details. be-*, a registetw-aad'lkave It'over.'' .'* .;;.., e ..- ','':J1

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