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 11, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID01076
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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.. 1\Iost'Trite Suggestion Good: Reasons 'Why Commissioners. Voted I CITY' REVENUES WILL

(*1*.UNTY WILL PLANT. Regarding StrawberriesThe ; EveryoneIN $150 Aid To Legion .

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'AIL: :OSCEOLA COUNTY Earl Cow er representing; the American HAVEINVETIGATION.
TWO ACRES BERRIES Kisslmmee Valley 'Gaette is
.. Legion Post At Saint Cloud .
: l playing up"the strawberry industry in the';''only active post in- Osceola 1 -
fix* Of Suitable. Land,At There that Should Aid In Berry Culture .
I , Plenty ; great shape. is one thing county," asked, the' commissioners on ,Charter Board Will Closely

'County-:Home: Inmates' ,. they must' not overlook-that .is the Monday ,to extend Aid In the publicity I Inspect All Finances

Can Aid ''In Work[ marketing feature,. :'Strawberries can : fund being raised throughout the For Past ;Years
Made\
,. ; Through United Efforts Can Markets' ''Be
be in.
; grown: ,in rany places Florida, Only, \ ,, state by ,the 'posts in every county;

f The county m Moneys) are takInc'an but the success of the,industry In any Available For; Strawberries: .For All Garden. The fund ia being raised to create an With the exception of 'J. .- M. Johnston N'

w p'' interest in the matter. of making :' community depend, as much v on the advertising display at the coming national all ,members of the charter

'thl* county, productive ala the initial marketing end as u pon- the:production < Products. ....Raised, .,In.Quaniities convention- .that< ,body which board. re present, at the. ''regular

'year,of''strawberry culture, and -Plant:City C urler. r. _.,C..- ; will be held! in New, Orleans,:at which meeting on Tuesday morning.:;It was f
have Authorised' of ,The Osceola Grower, have every BT ALLISON ,T; .1\1izfGJI: ,,
the setting out. J' more than one, hundred thousand members decided that J. .M. Johnston should investlgate -;
two acres .of 'plants at the county assurance that if the,, henries, shall be )QI. mmee.'Salnt Cloud, and Osceola county; individually and collectiveIy : will be present, in Addition ,to the sources j of revenue' of -

'home., "... produced thtrej'will be founi'a'roadymarket.lwsya i are facing,,the dawn of A' new-era. The magnitude of the possibilitieswhich vast number of visitors. ,All sections Cisslmmee for several past years and '

.'tt\\' This was done upon the solicitation conceding that there : are lying; \ ,waiting=-just,waiting-to be taken hold of is I scarcely able of, this stale are to be promotedthe ascertain the Items expenditure,.

I. It),of the:county agent who brought the can be furnished sufficient Quantity. to be comprehended' at the present jtimev, Just .now the business men of the chietld6a being to Induce ,. A and in his:report will, state the _valuation

_, matter before the''.board atthe session Many the.plans have been formu- I two citiere pinning their, faith to.the;strawberry. Probably such enthuehserir.rheen great'number to. visit Florida. before of property, the.total rrrenue +

l JrJ/tonclaY---l1/ expUlned"that' ome; fatedfrominfeematioi.eeyredfree' : shewrt eve-aey' laca..u-.iUaa..t..mory 1'et1Jm11T'b1)m-a:--'A'tpetti f-lagway: totuld'b.recdved'em'tnf'coheir ,

'4.t: : bty acres had been ''pledged 'the Plant City; it Is'true rat the semi time .oldest. citizens.. Those who have not been' In touch with the men.who" are rate .is to granted, And it I U the belief tions of, taxes,.the different-heads of: *

t -. .,"oofltaty1 for strawberry"'' culturebut there ha'ye, 1 been:reliable:assurances ., bending every-energy' to make the strawberry campaign sV success'and .have that many thousands ;will take advantage taxes and the amount of mID..,' assessed ."

'therewas: need of, at least one bun.I. given'by menin the business of buying not: yet felt,the urge to get In and take' hand may :wonder Just ,why there of. the opportunity"to. view, 1 ,,the amount of taxes actually

;:'dr'ed'".cna. Mr. Wilson' -believed 0.the\ platform that If the propergrade Is ..0Yital'an interest, taken.A.'. little' r'analysts--""-, of--. the-situation,,-.---- e may- -not'--, some,sections of Jhe tater; ;T'he.commissioners I eollected,_and_.the principal_us ':,_-to_:

:t 'that there"would be money made on .of berries Is produced and the : prove,.amiss. at- 'appropriated..' $150 which these taxes are put-with.stipulations .
I. : 'this proposition, and ..keel'that one proper''pack U 'given that reliable A banker'in one. of. the cities:'said the other, day that this proposition -the, sum Mr. Cowger asked. The, and explanations .1" '

(acre' or more be p'fUn condition;if it buyers. at this station will' be,found. It was 'so important to the businessrm.n i that every individual business man .saInt Cloud post has eighty-six. members ,.J. E. Lupfer was authorized to AScertain -,

fir I 'should be that no'' great 'amount' has been;Impressed upon the growers ; In the county ought -lo be willing to dig down and "donate $100 to insurethesuccessof enrolfed/ the most efficient policy;for '

,: s I:"-"" tthould-be-netted-Um mere fact and-=upon all wbo'! an becoastng later. tb..nt......"., .; Fortunately 'donations are needed But the . improvement' of-KUslmmee. that; oould-

r 'I that such was being done would prove cited In the promotion of the berries 1 moral, support and the financial b.eldn1f-'n the nature of Investment and Saint Petersburg financiers are arranging .be best fostered and adopted and';:to

avrgmM.. bit sot publicity --tot*Osceola .,.that only the lack of a !sufficient( qaantlty' not donation:-are .needed from every business and professional man, every to ..e.tablisb.severai, make a ,,report of his findings. '

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,: .:j The board felt the same way, and it experiments' have proen that quality The anawer you may get from the business man who;has.. thought outtthe ,will be'five cents for children and ten : Knight of Tampa; and,,Louis C.,

:; ;; .. Is"'believed that the Inmates of the will not be kicking-and 'practice inpacking question and who is-putting energyInto U-wUl.probably "Because , cents for,adults.- M..of.O..lando. have_been Invited

"home'can boot use in this work. By .will. create experts, It will mean more money in circulation more business, better prices to address the board at some eoDveftl.I

I" : this method* there can' be light em- cash buying and a balance on the right aide of the )edcer.-- But,few though SEEKI8.G : ent.meeting upon the advantages'and ';,

+ > ployment for. those unable to under.. ARTESIAN LEVEL HAS they be and far 'between, occasionally hear the doubter. He.U-honest.He 200 ACRES disadvantages! of a city manager form, k

".. J"4 v-r Ake any heavy work.-and it will be iisnt! J.bt'knocker-whlch'breed!; is .almost .extinct'and .eo ernlnc. whomwe of, government. >

,} :! possible for 'even parentless children -preferto say' nothing and mighty little of, that. 'The honest doubter is FOR BERRY CULTURE An especial invition was extended

t-l! .,fho, may be, located there. to aid in the LOWERED FLORIDA open "conviction. lie may not see why all this furore over a little berryIs all citizens( to be present.Tuesday'and

;: work. : when not I in! school.Accordingly going to mean the rearing of a great city, the passing the drawn face Friday mornings at nine o'clock.

: by unanimous. vote It and the rounded shoulders And the care-worn, features of the women on the Plenty Of Suitable Land Id ,

was decided that a full two acres Investigations I n Osceola (a.-m.Ue_ may not now be. able to see the vision ot the "home," spelled and At Hand But Many Are '

.. -ihould be undertaken at the home, i Show A Fnll'Of'About pronounced the way he used to dream of it, until-well, until he gets to the Still Hesitating TEN ACRES BERRIES

Baas he was willIng Inches of actualities
Manager declaring eighteen serious study '
",
,
j' undertake the work under the He' knows--we have-grown-exeellent'lueumbers-eggplant. peppers, celery Because of lowering sky and IN ONE HUGE- 'TRACT .

,;,,.; direction of the county agent and the to the beat'authorities in potatoes lettuce, melons, and all-thd long lt'of things for which our of rain there smaller prospects
was
According a held a
Work of preparing the ,soils admirably adapted, but-he Imay have been unable to market
so
berry expert. are
" this county,there has been a general attendance than usual at the meet- ,'
Plan On Foot
' area already commenced.. 'them' at one time or another when his.. need for good prices was pressing. Tp CultivateSplendidAcreage''lust' ,
of the artesian level. which of the
Osceola
h.l. lowering Ing Tuesday evening
:;:, Hell remember how the railroad got most of'hls profit, with the commis.Ion' ; '.
underli., a great portion .ofvthe territory Growers; however tht chairs of-th.
;", digging into the pile his stuff really '"
ducts"
the "de
and all rest of
:
man Outside Limits',
City
HOLDING UP PAYMENT ; -and this lowering has been the obliterates his Chamber of Commerce ,""e' filled
I! more perceptible during the past ten sold for. And the time that happened overshadows and in when the meeting was called to older' rf' 0 ,.....,... ;r
all the other times It didn't. For it hurt, and it brought disappointment .
years. This statement Is not to betaken I memory Rollcall showed there was more thana ,There was a 'larger attendance

? :DELAYS IMPROVEMENT I aa an assertion that no more and mayhap, suffering.' And"* now they. talk strawberries, lots-- quorum present. Z -i I t.he.T noon' luncheon by: the 'Chamber

flowing t wall* are to be found in this of them, 200 acres of them!. It was the meeting for the electionof Of Commerce on Wednesday than pit.

The State Road Department iruy\ttoV'W the adjacent acreage-but He may have had a strawberry patch..and made good berries-he knowswe I' officers, but because of the small ,the* preceding affair..:..:..yet there were, "'
had and did somebody -
do that but the next his neighbor some so
it is the belief that there will be less can year attendance- was decided postpone preparations for'' at. least a.score
"' Demands Full Itemized else and of his customer .were weaned' And now" they "
some away ,* ,i:: \JI {- w
f.- pressure'upon tin best "gush- the election until Tuesday evening, more.v. < 7-- > / :*!
even!
fr Dill'For Repairs : want to put In a hundred .timed-what-y,nsd to han;.nd'be sometimesgoes I A that' the Chamber
wKkh is request ,
map drilled.
era" : be make mone.1t the other August 22, at which: time it hoped j' pass s
to hia old of thinkingthat h8i"c.n't
back
To Illustrate: the well. 'near the way there will be-A .complete Attendance. 'a. set of ,resolutions.eondemnirit.tbe ,
:. .Some'thne since the' state depart- .
in building
.. fellow, does ferpttlncthe big outstanding fact of all, successes. r
t.. ment entered into agreement with' bighschobrbuilding which some years A change WAS made.in the- by-laws,,outrages_atjlerrln,'tlllnoU,'_the most! .-
an that ,
'fact
cities communities- no city ever--grew-nor--an
empires: ; or In''America'andurging
,6 butchery
sent out stream with which broadens out the associationandwil'permit frightful
the commissioners 'of Oaceola ago A good considerable ;
cour.ty' which ani-
country; where theydid not progress together. 'The principle that Governor-Len"Small. recently '.: r
that' force. then gradually commenced others than farmers : !
that In' convicts'
/.i order: employed business discovered and developed
natea'the Osceola county man today was .
to dwindle to that point and growers', to become members: .: acquitted of robbing' .the Illinois
' In the Dixie Highs I lookedlike'
bettering would have
when, attire of some flappers today
",-rt between Klssimmee and' where there was a mere flow And was, eons. ago scanty out A. T.French mAde A stirring Appeal treasury, should ,tab'eopiunee .6f,' j'
way thelJ there when went
arctic bundled up'costumes Back men
-
. explorers' '
with f the"needed thatas the Affair was laid OB the- table:
then capped and allowed to;stand or> i acresge.-iayeg
Polk Bnemight be released to die
county : I them home the, hair they
and. for and dragged by : '
roadwork the the level -water-About ev n,with the fought- thelr''WIvea the business men.had come so fairly I 'Congressman W;J.; Sear spoke-of
"go on'other department! covered the-could not It alone, and families came intobeing. Commu
'go '
would three 'thousand surrounding ground, uncapped to the front it was now up to the ,what, the federal department'eonsiderea ,:
appropriate I
m.ny
which people today
and Co-operation,
nities followed empires
: -dollars' for perfecting the.'shoulder*j.1 some Urns since In place'of finding look: sit -abnegating grew.virtue came into being thus purely selfishly growers not to fall down in any particular. mean of sure'destruction.. of the

of the highway. The commissioner the water at the level where, 'It was upon a 1 advisabilityof ., There was plenty of land for,;water hyacinth; an.ae.alo.sgrowth. ;
'. -because they needed it.. And, while today we recognize the doing much tit the"i waters':>f ,
the it harnv
capped it w.s' found that water strawberries; possibly some of : ;
accepting the offer immediately commenced it '
still need selfishly
co-operation.from the altruistic polnt'of"'Vi.: '' we ,, ,
: done stood,about eighteen inches below the could hot b8.whlpped into'shape'for Florida and..b.:. agreed to procure'the."onputa'
work. When the work "
da without it. And that's one reason why
because cannot
if
please, we ''
you in order that it might be tried
top of the pipe. the present .ea.obut there couldbe
s f had reached something above half-way thrown themselves into this campaign, '
t. the business men of this county have Sean'
out Lake'TohoPekalip.. Mr.:
little than. This is merely one instance! wherethe found at least a thousand acres in
mark-when a more $1,600
it will only indirectly.
and why the man who doesn't get into profit
h had been expended: -bill was sent pressure has diminished to a The business is determined to make a success of strawberry culture ne.l'by.that could be easily prepared. :also' expressed'gratification st'thi'aF '

to 'the department; the plan being I marked extent, and the same condition in man because, it mean. more money in circulation He has Saint Cloud had come,forward nobly; ,don taken by: tjie body.reprdIIlW.the, "
exists in other portions of this psceoaa county he"said, and Kissimmee should do her creation'of'asummer, , home-seekers"*
when that sum was paid to complete
; forward and bought stock in Osceola Growers, Inc., because it not
the work. I district. Wells directly In' the city come share. Growers Taft where' were rate by the railways';;' and, suggested'
show the marked depreciationof only means .profit through increase but because; it means individual profitsas fields to also that 'it: would' bar well .leant i
A communication was read 'by the same following splendid was ready cooperaate ;
the inevitable rise in value of the stock comes. The farmer may not, ".
clerk on Monday to the board wherein force although continuing to flow with the Osceola Growers-and why transportation, 'chargeson the
be in to gain in exactly the same '
:", the unusual season past, a position
the state road department stated that showing no lessening of quantity but even at Pinecastle there was evidenceof railways were' a great; deal, higher on,
But has the big chance, not only to get in 'the game and make '
.
there is marked decrease of way. Jie desire to in. Already there Inctth-boun'c cars than on thou southbound
the bill at hand far from'corn- pres- a get
was
,. of the unified effort, but the big
fc> I his own. future brighter' by being a part ,
an
and wells elsewhere financed said Mr. --with/ 'view to hiding /; In-
'pUte. It was desired that a complete sure; are prow are more mends I : /
have terrors
other Freight rates need no '"
opportunity of selling his crops. *
,
that the of the artesian French than there to vestigation. -, l7" ,
ale: itemiiation be made; the price per ing lowering acres are growers
.. for him, commission men need not worry him IF-If we get our 200
level is universal.No } the.offers.J. The most Important informitlon at
..$fday paid each class of men employed practically advantage of I j
in the work, the price for hauling the I one seems able to give a tangible of etrawberdes. Again why strawberries F. Bailey, of Saint Cloud, not ex- the luncheon:=in'- .the_ dayt, when, '
when the 200 of t '
Ir its simplest terms, because we get acres
.ahae) 'fo made from them in unexcelled:
In addition to the big to be our '' '
excavatingt5 make ready .for the has been more marked within the few money says,''real things, made interesting, central topics of, dUcnsslon-wae
soils for their culture, well have the competitive buyers here. These buyers'
-fthtfulder material, the number, of days I past years than ever before. Some take talks;! but: hi. work" ,is not confined to that divulged when, It was, stated. that
which the tOtbl..bank.
'of :each .man, the cost of te/uns and assert that drainage, operations his pay store caeh.. ,They his pay real and money take it the day"grower he gets can It. And here's the that line. He'is to put in three acres |'Arrangement had r been 'witli\U"'H.;

the distance of haul and, in fact, complete i through the southern \ part of the or idea the, or buyers garage not only will do this''with; strawberries, but they'll do of berries-four, if his back, knees ,Ingram regarding,hls....ten-acre\ tra timmediately .
details. Upon receipt of these state are the cause-yet it must be. big and fingers hold out; and he is showing adjoining the city limits,"
I It.with all the other which, we can raise to such perfection hereabouts. j '
factatherbill. would be paid. When realized that the drainage is only for crops the "horticultural paradise" energy in every possible manner. I which', is alread, .in' a' _high'.tate, ; of !
Osceola county will not only then be potential '
i the bill was primarily, sent It was surface work; intended only to carry' There were remarks from many cultivation, by which, if 'ten;. men
thought that to state the various items, away surplus-water found in marshes which we know, it. is, but the actual one aa well. present-All encouraging and All tending -.could be. found to finance the'project, q
hare But his efforts will be in vain .
The business is 'doing his
in the abstract would be sufficient. and small ponds and to care for any man ( to show the vast importance of there could be put into cultivation,the p,

The department will be furnished excess rainfall. 1I carrying out the strawberry projectto largest field 'of' strawberries, ,. in :the,. !lei
;
precisely what it desires-but All of "I believe the lowering of this level I the limit. Before the meeting adjourned .state. It. would prove .a splendid bit ,

3.; these delay. postpone the completionof has nothing to do with the drainage . there were pledge. from many' ,of publicity for the clt'nd'" A profitable .' x,

the work which 1* sadly needed operations which have been underway. "EXCELSIOR that special days would be devoted to undertaking for the Investors. '

more and more each da"y-as there are for a few years," said J. C. .Dibble, missionary work among those- who | The attempt will be.mad.to put this

many dangerously bad spots on each the well-driller, who has driven A 1 -OU _.,-' I have"not yet "pledged to go Into thebusiness plan into- action G
.
for several mile. large number of wells with very satisfactory all working to the end that '.
side o{the ,road t A. B,. JarelU. of WiUiston; endp3.. yc;., .
results. "I'do'nt see when Kisslmmee Saint Cloud and the In. '
alone ;
Throughout the
country went : l ;
r'' [ edbetter, of Oxford, both well-known
: County Has Agreed there can ,be any. connection between terlying country may .become recog '
; Khsimmee
;z .:To ,Help Luncheons .this surf ace.drainage and .the streams With a banner on his shoulders strongA nised, AS one magnificent trawber-- here, spent Wednesday of

... ) .which underlie the surface. at depths youth who with'. stentorian voice ry ce tte.1" (looking over matters- business' '
!I.n..Q.'W. Beat Mrs A. T., Morrison of' several hundred' feet and 'deeper .. (pleasure, -..,.L. .

and Mrs. WV B. Makinson appeared Yet 111 frankly confess that I ean"t.ex..plain Cried :. "Lend or plant:-jus{ take y'r choicer"Strawb'ries -: L iAaAsh's
: One; the other ,
rd as progresses
the'commissioners without the grower. rw except
,before on \ this steady ,lowering,-of flow, ' !I" I tool. etock'lf*the Growers'and finanecrojet'ln'
Monday-Mrs. Best making sin appeal ,. Mrr.'Businei Man, buy ; | ,
which, I know-I. continually going'on l' '
The Grower Association has employed an expert;G. D,
an acre of berries.
for aid in conducting the' lunchroom ,
.: *for school pupila >during welja striking .
served except.the.eating, and he's here right not,, on the job. .Phone is. to the -
,
when At
11"7.term, "warm meal.are. "Aint ; such since'.Old .Hek died!
; .strem...ThI might produce seen times, Grower or" to the Chamber of.Commerce secretary that :)011'11.! i
secretary
,o& the noonhour. 'She explained that
,:'' .J,.; ilt was" impossible'.. : for the women td one.I the,present co 'suggest condition that. It would II't1le f ;"sound only. The :youth ..yelled: "Oh, 'KO 'on,,you< wop I I.THORN I( invest'; In berries' and pros erft"a.nd tM right land min,',and you\ willJx :

,- Iforniak -xor ten cents' the quality, of hav eezi don't'. trtr to'.stop brefIIrt'together." .,, ,Talk strawberries put in eome .ta yourback yaSd.oryogr'front.ard
because
reasonable-yettirata.untenable ' "Iy ou e .
'' ; ... and don't let anybody getaway'without your-'having urged, .
;
luncheon*.lly needed: and pay .thetint' r ,t' : ; ,
': the!buildingr consequentlythe: of...the'considerable. dl.tanee'tween bee j" '- )'.(i 1l}.. ,... ', 1jf tj"Strawb'ries\ . bW-o-'doT.likewbe;' .EneoaVag*, the'Janner: wh&dobiuinese; ":with'yrotl'togtaw
f' { therelU" that 'show"the de.creaa."oeforee ) "", ..:.\ n" ? UrrUs *
.corsioriera 'to' contrib. t' t.. : H An acre.xlf you're In doubt .whether your land wHl"grow .:phorn-

;nte't reat'forthr irer.'askeil-months- ($60)) solution' then : wit: is the correct -. "1''lie's1: ;cker ''ied i Tljht on thes'pot.: : '..' to'tbe'coontp.agent(so'he" or. Mr,Ash" cfcn pass on j-our! "land.-v ,

underground 'river . -'Mr/Grower/groW'strsiwberrie' .' Grow AH' acre if' roll/C4 ."!U*. Mr.Wlson'andMr"AshyIttak.anippintm.ntarhb3heseonntyeb .,, ..
"
noreli.v.the .1
c. .
: .; ;women-of. that o or"'wiateverlt"m.y: be ... h1mouta "' .
4 f.ake- ; mist ... tfleyRburled, ''lot-: ---- forlSr_ ., '
-' :
.1 '
t.... {[aDdS, t Thie" commisaioner" granted' "eO'" considerable proportions., . .*! ,. .,, : '' cultivate them-at toUeet, .
i ; ropiiatlod.a i f. 't ." i *- . -.MM W PB HH*. Jv ", :r' } ::1t T fertiliied.ol3( !lenjltJtY / wMd -= \ r .kelp?:"And'as yoouplant: strawberries', ,: -a .
The-lunchroom, will be by The newly-created post:of probation ,, your money',for.:them. emember''teb: strawberries ,are but tkegpyitnVwadye ,
managed : ed l' '
n '
.
j i"-i then o'er1iim-tonim' torowfin "
: ,: '' other ..'i rt i'' '
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markets-tor ill'" your erop :
cash .
: 'Hra.tW' Li' officer'', bb'.b.en''tendered ', ':Fred to
t>
.s-jtefen\> C. Best 'a1\d. < I
.....,., .,
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: 1. THE,, WATCHER .j 1.Home 'Defflojstrati'a f iTl'Ii I Ij Will Subletting Located-At Holopaw, 'Called- Democratic Meting State!;:'Committee. : .. salt water cscalli'7tgy 1 : ou 'f ;


j > MISS A1.B1MA''., ?j I, A, deal was inade.nMflaaiby.flee n> George' P. taney,of Tampa, chair- "r.e '.Com* to ,'CLIAR.\iATI!
county colftDinlonen.b7 which the man of the state democratic executive ''OA .
The Collapae of Bill SaithersOU CULL YOUR FLOCK I Osceola Turpentine Company Is to be committee, has issued a call for that. : 4. flKr
Bill Smithers came one 'morning given the right to erect a warehouseAnd body to meet in extraordinary sessionat : ClearwAter' Beaches offer you.a most attractive place .for r, r
From his home'far down the river August and. September is the best loading-platform. In size about Jacksonville on Thursday, August I your summer outing, vhero'you can enjoy salt water 'surf.bath-, h

He wan riding on a donkey. time for such a yearly culling', 1 be->> }5x25 feet, alongside the'track; which 17, for the'purpoie of "deciding"what ing in the Gulf of Mexico. Modern and commodious bath house,
ct' ''!'hat awls pray, ld'lame, and aged I Ruse at this. time it is easier-to pick was put in by the county at the Ho- action the. commlttee 'should take to- amusement pavilion; fish, dinners; dancing', bowling' fishing, I
'And he wondered what'the dickens i lopaw crossing of the cross-state ward providing a party, nominee for boating'and above silt good, motor 'roads direct to. the :3Beacb. ,
w" ;,Made the people look,so funny /but the egg-producers, weed out highway. : the office.of state'"a p rintend ni of The beautiful Clearwater Beach Hotel,.modern in ,every detail.
y When they gazed in his,direction; 1 i the non-producers. Hens1'' that are This sidetrack was put in along the public, Instruction,. to be filled at the and appointment,, is open the year 'round. Available cottage i

.Looked'and laughed at his appearance 'laying; at this time of the year are Florida: East Coastline to 'facilitate 'general election in November; to elect 'for rent. I; spending your vacation at this world-famed resort, ..

' ; those that have been high producers the unloading of road material for the officers of the committee for the ensuing you need not be taken away from; your' shopping habits,:"as ;r
, ye And they called to one another throughout, the year. There pullets' cross-state highway. The county had two years; to arrange for the Clearwater's shops ore second to none. Band Concerts are givenat r
Asking what might be the creature, to pat the expense .of construction Insofar campaign to be made by the party's the Beach every Sund y. Write for information to '
that lay heavily the first will be
What might be the apparition year
as grading and furnishing the nominees preceding the general election
That had come to town that morning'? the ones who will produce largely the : ties-and had to pay as a year's rent- and to aW In the election of all CLEARWATER BOARD OF TRADE
second year. Those that show indications al the sum of $1,324. The Osceola democratic nominees. CLEARWATER FLORIDA ]

i Now, the fact was old Bill Smithers of good production throughout Turpentine Company, through' its representative There is1 a diversity of opinion regarding
; Had been, living in the backwoods the year should be kept without C. A.. WTiittaker: agreedto the right of the committee to
Ever alnce the fluent Bryan regard to age, but it is io be remembered -I enter into contract to pay this usurp the right of the voters.. Among
Ran for president the first time. that the egg' profits come mostly amount as rental for an indefinite others W. A. McRae, state commissioner

All the while his beard was growing' in the pullet year. Early molting ,, period, and will make( bond for' the of agriculture. In a statement '/are game time in GeantuferZ I
' Getting longer ev'ry minute, I hens should eliminated in July if carrying out of the contract. In this issued at Tallahassee said:

P ''' TiU his gray unholy whiskers hey have stopped laying. I I way the continuance-the'sidetrack cannot see"where the state"committee ..
'1 Could be tucked into his bootleg. I How To Cull-Of the points to be is assured. has any right to nominate .a .__. i

r Sleeping| In the Catskill mountains- considered in culling the- -.f I w.n"'j! -The-deal- will-save-tlm company a candidate.: I feel sure -would be verjF qualifications, and the party thereby' three r'aWflfsTTtayi Sunday (included.
Till the world had got beyond him, are most Important: haul of its products of from fifteen totwenty for ,
unwise the committee to nominate suffer a loss in that official. I Gerald Ashton is deputy, county ,- ,
And his energies and talents Sickness and Lack of Vigor-Listlessness miles. well-worth *
/ (I I point considering even though it could In a man judge, deputy county clerk, deputy 1'
''Had been used k in growing whiskers.k ; inactivity, ; tendency to stay in a financial way. ner justify the action." ALMOST TWENTY YEARS sheriff, deputy assessor," deputy tax- I

1y f on the roost or under it during the SAPPEALTQPARENT3Give On the other hand fear has been ASHTON'S LONG RECORD, collector, deputy dip. inspector,,and
-jn-bls-home-lardpwn-the-river' day p orappetitedunere.daror: expressed by democrats throughout has at& fee 'simple of all,.the public ;
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Bill had heard a passing rumor bluish color of comb, long toenails, your boys and girls a business the state'that there will be a free-for- Nineteen years ago the pr'eesnt superintendent 'highways In the county-excepting 'a "J
? That our great and noble country snaky or crowhead, and the tendencyto I training now, and they will bless you all contest for the office among,democrats of road construction, 'few not yet built. lie was also the 1'of
1 Was at war with all of Europe, go to' roost early and get off the fn the future when they are fighting -possibly half a doten getting *Gerald Ash ton, commenced his work { president of the first prohibitionclnb .' l' I

And he came to town that morning roost- ]fate, are the usual' the.battle of life. A...businesstraining -. their names on the general election. for Osceola county. lie has never ,formed in the county- twenty-fire -----f.
was"winning: of sickness(
rTo InqulfVwhlch" or lack of Indicauon.j is the greatest asset parents can ballot by petition. It is pointed out been off the job since he started. He years ago '..1
hens are unprofitable. give their children. Business life opens that with the democratic vote thus knows every foot of ground in the | And it may be said, incidentally ,i !

I, -- ""Old Bill Smithers well remembered Molt-The 'molt is one up to every ambitious young person divided| it would be passible for a ,,county. He counted every brick used that he is considered. a valJ.bln_ __ 1 ..
Wheel K)>. I ft'"WnTvmaAJld : ;- valuable" and moat easily applied I' It offers or -and -
wOliderlulpPortunltle" strongrepubilean independent can- in the highways in recent years, each his positions. it :
t' the famous Billy Bow-legs, tests of egg production, for .flena you congenial employment amidst didate to secure a plurality of the ,it is said that each brick if it were 1;, f
SVith hissoua-In! pommy.. practically_ cease IayingjlurJng' the I pleasant aur.roundlnge.nd'unUm1led ',,"ote. lifted from its present bed would be NAMES ARE NAMES ,> 1w t
:Used to hunt the deer and otter. molting. The best producers I.ylate opportunities to win for yourself the Then, too, it is urged that if the found bearing a consecutive number 1
He had courted MVa. Smithers"When in the fall and therefore molt late. commendation Palace Gum who has been ,
respect and whole-hearted state committee takes the initiative |with the initials "GA" scratched on spending ;
: a group of Injun wigwams These molt rapidly as a rule, while of the community in which you and throws out all but one candidate, the under side. He knows every man, the past few weeks visiting;friends i. i
''Formed an interesting picture early! molters molt slowly.- Keep hens J live and work. We receive new students that friends of such candidates as 'woman and child In the county, and In Miami and Kraemer Island, je- 1
, ; Where the Baptist church Is standing.Up '. that have not molted by August or I any time. If you are ready to were placed in the discard would, in 'tan tell about Tom who married Lucinda J turned home Tuesday. He broul'ht. I j

September or October and discard enter school do It now. Now is the a spirit of retaliation, give their vote who was the daughter of Jim { ftvith him some of those enormoueav4i_ ;
the street came Old Bill Smithers, those that have finished molting in time here is the candidate who and Martha and what darned ocadoes their TI.;
right opportunity. to any might get on a good grown on property, sev- ., I
i?! Y, And his jaw dropped In amazement August. Those that molt last, pro- I Clsiimmee Business College, Kissimmee the ticket by petition or otherwise, time was had at the wedding before feral I of which weighed close to four
When he saw the great improvements vided they are otherwise desirable, Florida. 85-tf provided he possessed all needed Mr. Volstead commenced working- pounds each.: -Forstproof New. 'l\
_4 ; are the best ones to save for breeder' (t. .
1 Saw the Graystone and the Annex, A soiled and worn plumage is an evidence -

.1 i Saw the growing Rivers building, "of not having molted. Culling <,
Saw 'the Rosypunk and Causeway, early molters, just as soon as they ,"
And the courthouse\ In the distance begin to molt, is oneof the easiest
;' In amaze he stood and wondered ways to weed out poor layers.In ,\ '

o 'Ai he saw the well-paved! Broadway yellow-legged breeds the hen, "

4' ,". Park chuck full of automobiles. I before she begins to lay, hall bright -- salnsu i
AU these changes in the city I yellow Vent, eye-ring, beak and G ISLF pR' +
Made. him feel croas-eyed and dizzy. shanks, and bright red comb and wat 3
I I tles. The yellow color gradually disappears 'NI ON j

JThis all made Old Bill feel lonesome as the laying: season advances. OF .')
And be asked a passenger stranger, The changes! occur in the follow- CAN pA I ;c"
%i ,Where, he'' might goto discover ing order: ..
"'' ;Some reaa''gooOld red-eye liquor The comb! of a laying hen and of FRANCEt tIi
Then the"'stranger paused and. told one about to lay 1s large, full of
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r .', )him blood and bright red in color. When, ',
.M r ...:.;r -That-hootchwasoutof. fashion the hen is not laying the comb is -
+r :That there'was 'rio jug' orbugJuice small, shrunken, pale or dull in color, +.; c4 sV'1IV'I a
;In the limits 'of Kissimmee,. comparatively har and covered! with I n t Tyt. rs s \
And the gentle/art/ of stillingiWas' jtwhltlsh scales.! Dark bluish combs [
,,forgotten' by the people: (indicate sickness. -.I' .?
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(Also this the:stranger' added, | 'The hen tends to put on -fat when r, .. \,'"
'That.'therwoinen.how were'voting- laying,',which'' 'can. be told by feeling .' 1 r / e. "TsAna MAna 14.1-- ;f t, fy'M t p : "r ". ;
F ,, Just' exactly, like: thejmen; folks. .. j Ith.. pelvic;bones' .tfie.two:bones'that ,:':'!\1 ter ,. y' '
,Old'\Bill's(soul;was\;,rent1!with'.sorrow.fan; be felt on, elt.her'side of the. vent. I'1"'<<' I>> ; q 'r" 4./-l

,. .,By1 the>:words the.tranger uttered,pi i 1 1! {They! t are'thin>.and j flexible f:when!the I' f .......,- ennl nune11O : '(l11: t l,. 'i + 'I
lAnd b raised nis'eyrs to'heaven'' !; hen Isl: l laying and : are thicker' and ... t
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,e "" .,Up.. ward ''stretched. his 'hands' imploring less flexible when the hen Is not laying "
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yt thtk r, '.And he cried alou'in anguish.! fat about( them. . I

The distance apart 'of these pelvic

(' Then a', thought 1le, to him quickly, ,bom'H is a valuable guide in telling
I* He 'would seek once* snore the Lake whether a hen fs laying: or not. When The flung line of. r*

*. ,House, jwide apart it is an indication that the I *.
3 ;That most' charming pa cake foundry, ,hcn is laying, when close together'j
Where ha ''ate.his -hash and doughnuts that she is' not laying. .
'"' Back In>eighteen eighty-seven. pprcrul: is two fingers or less apart,

M... He' approached, the hotel; sadly, the probabilities are that the hen is Sealdsweet distributioni k
i And he cued with eyes distended not laying, while if they are wider
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When;he saw its blackened rafters apart than two fingers, ahe is prob- ;

4 That were left from recent burning ably laying. However, the size of The cooperating citrus growers of Florida this season successfully\ sold considerable .
1 i Pointing skyward In the sunlight, the hen must be taken into consider- "
; ,And: he noticed that,, the color ation. quantities of Sealdsweet grapefruit in England. :

.iHad-been*changed from white to yellow -, The abdomen of a laying hen is Five or more years ago the growers' organization began to investigate foreign mar .

!, ,large, loose and very pliable, while kets for jfrapefruitand by the time increased production indicated the wisdom of opening i
-.Then hi. noble heart was broken, ;that of a non-laying hen U smaller, '
:Old. i Ssnlthers shrieked. and fainted firm and not so easily manipulated, up these it was ready to function efficiently. ;:$
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., 'lowing to the accumulated fat. In the The connections and standing of the Florida Citrus Exchange are such that it -

s (|small breeds, the'dlstance of three or secured the cooperation of the largest'J stores and best merchandising ability in England, 4
,. :Buy stock in Osceola Growers.
:. more Angers between the rear end of
for in that "country. ::
Introductory campaign
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...tTr"r ,= (the keel and the pelvic bones, '
four or more fingers In the larger Plans for further extension of foreign markets for Sealdsweet grapefruit have been ',1.

breeds, indicate that the hen is Inlaying tentatively worked out, arid these. wilt be' completed and carried into effect whenever .
I' condition. .
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found be such to them.
to justify
I Cull the hens that are sick, weak, conditions are as '

&' |locking vigor, lazy, poor Waters, molted By no means,*however, are the Florida growers who cooperate neglecting the domestic +

{ : or started to-molt in August, wit.h' field. New channels of distribution for Florida grapefruit'and oranges, new uses and new t
BUILD .mall, puckered hard, dry rents, with .
,small shrivelled, hard, ''dull colored users are,their constant aim. They arc now-quietly' developing" avenues of consumption s

r1 V. tombswith; thick or coa'rser-sUff that will absorb immense quantities. and at the same, time investigating others.. cp-

Jnr.. (pelvic bones, and pelvic bones close The growers' cooperative organization is ever on the alert. kits members do not await .;.
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{"toother; full, hard, small abdomen;; .
,- small spread between the yearend the arrival of a crisis before planning to meet it. They will solve the problems of the .. ,
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f t r lof keel bone and the pelvic[ bones. Inbreeds state's citrus )industry ,because first last and, alt the time their work is for the growers ;
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i LU R1k I( with yellow skin and, shanks, of Florida, all accomplishments benefitting each of the members of the Florida Citrus JI

,. {I those which show yellow' shanks, Exchange. proportion to his production. '
beaks and vents at culling time'
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Pine and Cedar. ( \ / I
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Cypress should be discarded.
There are .. stockholders, no dividend or individual profits no Initiation jI:
Save the hens -that are liealthy, :
: fees or due'la the Florida Citrus 'B cha.... -Yon, tan become a jtfember .
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"We make Window and Doora strong, vigorous, alert and active! .. '
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If you will bat cooperate. 'Consult the taanager"of tha nearest association $
good eaters, lIot'moltlng' Just beginning e
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or sub-Exthaaie: .* write the bualaeW manager at Tampa, Florida. -
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franies. molt In. September; with ,
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,large, moist vents; with large'brlght- , J -

,All kinds of) .Interior PlnifshrAgkiaddofScreen -,'red well combs, spread; thin between; pliable the pelvic rear'endof bones, ; ." .' .. lIlI .. "...
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: House-Bill .pale-or.white\ beaks allerventl. 'at cut i IlIA kI :
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,ling time "should-be *saved '; rljlrRU' 'S .EV E'O!
:> ':l'< """..' These rules for r culling I are t taken /, '... '-' nW

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'ins .evangelists. are' accountable .for :

.t'OO.I.r.I .. TAPPING THE THOUGHT (the':consumption et.abon, \ .halt,, tnn.'
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''-, TANKI,Illon decks because,every time ,they ,

C fcC>t'', ., ." ".r"It.,... ', ,. a Dr o N "drive,.the devil" from community 1" 1' t r

. t' 0 .i.. ,'.ift. t'I": ,: ; , 1=);" .'''..? .. !.,t. 'L ., ". there'll :T* a number of families wholl II

: : "go straight home (and: burn, all th* _J
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i Appetizing ,Name For.Uor'' Roll llete'.An Easy One 1 cards in the house;" but I've noticed

. ;.. Frostproof has a maD named. Palace ' : 'An advertiser In the Saint Petersburg that th:old deck: sizzle: in the namesftnt&ncl '
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Gum. I presume .he Js sort of a
Times "c. Buck "
says Turner 'a.chap! may come "o'er,
What is more appetizing than nice. light fluffy Royal; Chewer. Well I'd like to-merely'to hear what I the spirit .before'the Dice new decks

I ,."\- hot" biscuits r ** Ocala Must Be Lively;
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localitythe
The Ocala Star .tejls>;of a man arriving " Must Be Mighty, 'Flae get away
have
druggerles a run on playing They-
inthat the areGOOD
town "at about ,
", I thought that"when Mister Ford. card.. ,But think of 25,000,000 packs!
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., f time the picture.show let, out. Well ''
J Jj car, and Mister Lincolncar tied up to. Laid end-to-en< those cards would !
,.' by heck I Do they.have a motionpicture
gether there might be a sort of,a dis1 make a, continuous'' line 83,650 miles i .
show in Ocala l'I've scanned,
j 1 position to let a Lincoln .buyer down long-more than sufficient to encircle 10 k
1 the Star over and over and have, failed \- ;
somewhat
to j ; easy -especially as I've the earth three times. Enough' cards;
note any display publicity regarding -,,,
(never been notified by Henry'that.theLincoln to cover, a !driveway from Washingtonto "
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{ 9 such an .entertainment. I '. .- "'" .. .
; was superior to his firstborn Seattle nine feet wide -and it <,
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find that they'' are still maintainingsome Bay tkuiClfaretttAGRICULTURAL .HM. i
but when' It, comes, to would of
a $6000 car, require 1,320,000 gallons
good entertainments of that
: will enable you to> make them in a jiffy-just like' in Orlando. nature well, that's that. It is evident that glue to make those cards fast tovthat:
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that For sale at good grocery stores,, Henry isn't going to devpte the profits concrete driveway of automobile

I, f WWMNMeW- i Quick, Watson.*To The Cellar on his peanuts to equalize any 'Width. I trust that Motes Folsom .

,' Bush. Milling Co... R. C: Woodbery Company, The Gainesville News in telling of, losses on the' bananas: And that'' will\ verify my figures on these.asser.\

, tit Seymour, lad. Distributors, Orlando i an explosion at the local electric plant more of !it. lions although I'm sure that my, POINTERS 4v

P when a cylinder head blew out adds: 'i '* problems were correctly ,worked''' to a
i' oOOOOo+H>OOOH10oH .Uoooh.ooooooooo 0444680. ((V Additional Words I
4F "It,Is thought something worked loose vJThe ? frazzle. My, my! Think of 25,000-

on the inside of the cylinder." With- !j 1- I notice that the Clearwater Sun 000 decks. Placed flat one pack up- There has"' been lots of talk ''about'strawberries n

put that suggestion the general opinion (i..Meads one of its.columns "Interesting on the other, there would be a stack for psceola county this
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:. ',News from The State of FJorlda. extending skyward eighteen 'hundred' season What we-want now ts action!-
doubt
no would have been that ftbjtlt :
farmers I THE>> FORUMThis J lacing broke or that someone had Wliy not make It "Interesting News times as high- as the Washington, I urge the support of every1'grower'and "

pulled the fly oft the flywheel. It i From Florida Everyone knows ''Monument-and that structure is interested party in ,Osceola coun-t

F is always I best to go into these little that Florida Is a state-not a- river DG5.5 feet tall! I 'thank' you :. :i Uy to seethe berry proposition. ... put.,,

Woman 'Is Lonesome details, don't you think T j a town or a village;. yet why *o VANT-DIPPING-VAT: "''over this season. Call. on the county
tor use the useless RE.HOVED"Carl agent"or-Mr; x>ur' rtrawbejTjr 'i-oo
Editor of The Gazette *" j verbiage of .
: OO ooo o..tO state of" Is what I've never been expert from, Plant City to look ove,a.; j '
who
Timmins recently bought
t'V\/'E Tap the "thought tank"-tap it hard, O 4 4 able to make out. It would be your land for berries and advise, will
Just : )
i \ And think a tract of land from Lem Stevens at
What- '
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K you *-- IF THE. -COAT-[ ITS- .f1fr'.en8ible about the of
Were you to live for four long weeks fr ;;; to head snitspateh, "Chlca-s ICe;:unsvlJle, found that a' dipping- you culture! the..berry.Lll._'
< I up
On :i go of the state of Illinois,' :wouldn't vat was located thereon. Thenew Open the ditches ,and drain put
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Findley avenue. The man who sits 'round with I '
? I'm the low places the farm.. Don' '
jit merely mentioning this to on \
I owner has asked that the vat be'N ;
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AT..1fHEUNIVERSITY"OF his bands in his pocket, and [
:>, 'wise up the Sun. That's nil. I thank Interefe.-witb"hl. wait.until the.water.backs'pp.on;\ you,,, "
of it
And not a_single call receive hollers J '"By heckt! it orter be. *l 1you. _... Moved plans. _and ,then try to ditch the, water off,.
From O "' This it one ofthe many-vats'through-
friend
{ FLORIDAOpens or neighbor-near dtne! 4
; ,We may continue
having heavy rains R
Would you "tap the thought tank"Till Is really the man who'll secretly too > I .out the county which were built some for some time so'give the drain
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On it bursted? Oh, dear! dear! knock it-yet howl In the fl- "JUST TO FILL UP WITH"It years ago when every stockman was of your' farm the proper' attention '

nals/: "Just see what we've O enthusiastic over the prospect of get- ;I
No, well tap it firm but gently C done!" is a proverbial fact ting rid of the fevertick. These vats Are )you keeping your fruit sprayed
AUGUST That more people try to for rust mites T Clean. bright fruit
F/ .MONDAY, io14It J As long through life we go- No man of that class can he fig4/ ;{Off a newspaper daily or graft weekly, were located' at any point where it will demand the best price this 'win
considered convenient-but in
That some learn their duties ure-i an asset he's 4* was no
may merely
a .
ter.
For A Six Than Lime-sulphur
. Day off all other industries spray one gallon;
instance far' known deed
From seeds the 'tank" 4 boil that's not come to head > so as was a
j may s.cw. a : | Were the totals aggregated. (to: 78'gallons'of water, Is the spray to, a
"I THANK YOU." When his name is reached < of the location given to the countyto
L Every Farmer In Florida I O all it. While committees the- .0- (Hardly any one line of businessIs ; be recorded; consequently these at.. 'use. If you have whitefly the ,.
r
pass the
:And Every Farmer's Wife (The name of the writer is sup : man doesn't know it, he's pos'- there to be found fairs built at.a cost varying from grove agricultural, order some fungus, from
That doesn't experiment station to
pressed, but the avenue is not a very O o very frequently |350 to'nearly three times that sum '
: attend the full week tively dead! 4I
f should Jongone and interested .[(Attempt work over something control it. One culture of the fungus '
ones sites which the
may OO.OOOOO..O..O. ,are. placed! .upon over
I ..will ...aJL.acr.-
'easily Thai will oyer _
= go _
determine the prove a benefitAt oLtr'eeaQrdeL:
The College of Agriculture is spon- correapondeJlt.Editor. !County has no control. As the dipping = -
eorine the idea of the week and the .) Was Tickled Too the newspaper's expense is again being taken up the the Red Aschersbnla fungus fol',the;

);.. program for the week has been divided Says the Tarpon Springs Leader: To its good reliable patrons :commissioners placed the matter in control of the common whltefly ,and.

t' into three sections, which covers !Advertising: Is Remedy It -is such a rare thing for The newspaper is usually pleasedTo the hands of the commissioner from .the yellow Aschersonia fun&'UII'for the
horticulture, fertilizers and bees, extend control of the cloudy-winged whitefly;
-
For Business any brethren to throw a bou- every possible courtesy the fifth district to see if a compromise .
"\ livestock and poultry. home economics AilmentsThe the The cultures will cost 75 ''cents pluai
Upon well-known ,
that principleOf I .
quet.our when the .
r' I and health. One may take one I way could be effected whereby the ex, .
divide Largo Sentinel placed us In a Til tickle your ribs. pensive vat need not be destroyed i postage.I r
or
line of work throughout, man who cuts out his advertising j How wilCattend'tbe
oiass with Old Man Thorn the "If you'll scratch my back: I many growers
Daily
fit.
.01 the time aa they see programs -
i Ion the plea that "business isntI For RECOMMENDED farmers' meeting in 9USP
will .Hve opportunity to know other day we clipped out'tbe reciprocity is ever a winnerOf ENSION .,
,." ?"' in advance what will be riven in each I I very brisk" must be a close relativepf r paragraph. and carried It over friendship and of business; OF COUNTY GAME WARDEN I i;week? A splendid program has"been 1

line of work at every hour of the day the citrus growerwho refuses to and pasted it on the bulletin But what seizes my nanny 1.rranged-for you.. There' will, ,"be

,;, The very beat talent ha. been secured ,.fertilize >\is grove "because it isn't board in the postoffice',lobby, Is,to have'some near-stranger Affidavits regarding actions of thecounty courses of study for women and inei\; ,

for ban mnll" all these pro- | fruiting very well!"- Thorn: in Ktasimmee cutting few steps of the buck Oil-some! heavy spender' game warden, Ernest Shiver,'(lon all agricultural l topics. The ,eounea.

grams. Not only the Agriculturalt' Valley Gazette. and wing to draw a crowd. For pubRcitr somewhere else which had been forwarded by a group'are( free and board.and"meek. .Very ,. '

', g.; Institutions of in this the University occasion but are a I He is like a fellow that gets. sick Well, I didnt do that way. I merely Bring me a tot; of advertising of residents of. Saint Cloud to Cover ,:.reasonable.: Make an effort to attend

, number taking rpart of experts from other in-j,and when the doctor comes to attend kissed the thing, had it framed I Absolutely l legitimate! advertising nor Hardee were returned to the this'gettogether for, the, ,fa'mers'irnd.

. :f' .atitutiona .will attend. shim I I says; "I'm too sick to see youtoday then called up my "man" and told 1 1I '..And.suggest,_ .veryNinctionsly: .. county commissioners-and were be1fdre I wives next. week:.;... i: .

; Room. in Dormitories and Meals at Doc. Come around as soon as I him to make that order ,two quartsIn Just as If granting me a.gjft7 the board on Monday., .AccompaJnylng '' GROWING H

+ .. University dmingroom at $1.00 a day.I I recover" and then 111 take your med. place of one. Then r let Nature I I"Here's something to fill up with!I" the affidavits was a letter ,from 'I -' 1 \ :yCoIINTY'POULTRY''CL '

.. Notify K. II. Graham at once. Rooms icine. take its course, The"newspaper announces his birth. the governor to the effect that the official . JB; ,.
-.; 'at private homes $2 to 3.50 the | Tile average small town businessman Chronicles all could not removed from office I I .
"-'week.. Meals at restaurants 85c and I I leading life eventsThat' be Through the, efforts. ,.eftbe.home-- ,
looks
'T'" :50fc'each. '. ' .. : upon advertising'as' : Another Speeder Killed are fit 'for publication, *aa the affidavits' prayed until "demonstration agent, -.Mtap. ,,Albinai'' ,

Many; Prominent Speakers I bility rather than an ...et.'When the i Running at forty miles an hour at Recounts all a man's virtuesIn such removal was recommended bythe'commissioners ...;Smith, there .,*re-, being frequently F i'
.
is and more' '
brisk :
season he has bus-
Professor Dan T. Gray deanand:' midnight, on 'Sunday a Levy countyman collaboration with th' pastor'I who had atfirst, held m..tln..of. the.".Osceola(.Poultry1

-director, Auburn Alabama will' discuss mess ..lmo.t"than he can attend to he was killed by the skidding"of his I i j I As the Final Curtain falls;:::.'- endorsed his appointment IAseocistIon--and( .'.bhe.em.e.... ae>.- '
:
: Livestock Problems.' Jesse-M.,,twill advertise Jib r UYlnyting; :more cat. > :Tae:.accident was caused by a J;. And considers Its duties done-i-1: "' '*'" Discussion brought; out certain facts growing importance.. ,Members aw -

Jones, Industrial Agent,Seaboard business, but .when the dull summerpnanths bug which new'into the eye of he And all free of charge which had , previously' slipped the faking more interest !;a.'ne.,plans,

Line Railroad. will discuss Farming ( arrive he loses his nerve driver with' such force as to cause That should be wholly satisfactory. minds of the commissioners and they Are developing which will function for
>. .. Relates to Other'induetriee. II. E. j jSavely. [withdraws into his shell,and
> drowsily '
.- Field Agent United States the driver to release his hold on the There isn't a good newspaperIn recommended the suspension Shiv the general good. For years.the b m. r

Department of Agriculture will discuss awaits the awakening of trade. steering: wheel at an abrupt curve of all this broad land er-which recommendation will be .supply t t" ggs hal'beeryln.uffltienti '

Fertilizers and Co-operative )i. Advertising) in reality the doctor the highway. Two men with him were But gives freely In each Issue submitted to the governor for final to satisfy the local:consumption-and:
*
(, Selling. W C. Lasseter, Editor Progressive .- for sick business. Indications of illconsidered ,not seriously hurt. Deplorable the An amount of boosting stuff action. The game warden was appointed for this 'reason,. 'especially through,

'.' Farmer, will discuss Cooperative I advertising at any time in .accident wan=there being left wife For the city, and of month .
I! a county, state at a salary $50 per the winter'bays .1 large:;;quantities. of> r
-. '' Organization for Southern o like a wrong prescription.'and fails to and six children it Is but another That couldn't be paid for- upon his own application! -but it was storage eggs been :shipped (in. This "

t Farmers' Wallace Park. Associate! bring desired results. Good olh erliY-I warning against speeding At twen- Because there'd be no way reported at the session of the board-, fact is being.Impressed uponthe poul- .

f'"" Chief, Division of Agriculture, Iowa ing is always effective, provided the ty miles the driver could have thrown Of estimating its worth.If on Monday that he is now working at 'itryraisersiand i. aerye. as, an,-extra'
will discuss Principle. ,
State College, has the
merchant and the
II t>f Bee-keemng. Dr. J. V. Knapp, goods put his clutch and applied the brakeno measure is contemplatedThat another occupation. inducement' for a.greater eglf-produ '
with
which to back it
: state veterinarian, will discuss Management ': prices up. The matter how severe the pain; but means for improvementThe tion from abetter,qua1it,,of fowL ,

P..' of Dairy Herds from tho bOlt successful merchants keep their at forty miles, which means more newspaper pulls for it; SUPREME COURT AFFIRMS I I Growers .area, recognitinff- the ,:fact,

; Health Standpoint. Dr. J. N. Harper names continually before the public. than 3500 feet a minute or nearly six If some grower produces CIRCUIT JUDGE FINDING ,that for many,years .the" demand"for.J

t. (Soil Improvement Association, will However, the next best thing to continuous feet a second, why-but what's .the ''Something above the averageThe IN KISSIMMEE BANK CASE(/poultry and' poultry,' prodVC\-CIf8' ,-
;' assist in the fertilizer program. Dr, advertising is to persistently ? I've heard of accident the
use not yet an newspaper gives the details fryers, capons.-; .!and like -jln thin
J, G. Fish. Bureau of Animal {ndust" advertise when you are most needing ( slides The suprem'e' court has affirmed '
where the driver was attendingto And In more dope ,county will: be, greater; th n.the'sup-s:
1
discuss
D. C., will i
Tuberculosis try Washington Educational', Work In the business: his duties at a twenty nile! gait- !''About how it was brought about. the judgment of the circuit court for 'ply; and. they also'"realize,that [there: *

t": Dairy Cattle.t Walk into the store of the averageman really and truly twenty miles but j j; There are "a thousand things Usceola county in the case of AnnieB. will be a .constant.;deroend.Jromj..

u. who doesn't believe in advertising just as long. as there are sixty mile ( The newspaper gladly does Bryan, joined by her husband, N. : side sources for 0 quality eggs'put: \ ;.up

His shop is old and shopwornand cars made there'll be someone to j I Month in and month out C. Bryan, plaintiffs in error vs. S. II. ,( in a quality manner,at, prices t which..

GRASS!linED! ) ) SHtCD.CORN, COWPEAS IIonaliUllfFol'MILLET Im. there are dust and cobwebs ev drive 'em. For the public benefit' Bullock, as the receiver of the State will yield good J'e urP411, .these,

. mediate shipment Seeds.All seasonable Write for erywhere. With continual advertisingand I Withno thought of gain- Bank of JCissimmec, defendant in er- things\ are be Impressed o by..Miss r

,'. Pl'lee'LI.t rI.Idand' Vegetable and Catalog-no Our beautiful sales at small profits he would be Merely About Iced Tea'Speaking Save the self-consciousness ror. j I Smith and those who' are a.at.tlne.I"1

:, and Instruetlve catalogue Is free regularly turning .over his. investment of nothing in particularwhy In this decision whiA written
and gives valuable Information on ,tot having done its best; was ',the work; and as soon as supplies can,
'"+ farming and Hardening for Florida today andthe for several times a year, but likethe is it that iced tea is so much,1 1 But the direct; advertising by Judge Ellis, the court has. sustain be bought by the association and'fprr'

especial South.prices Write on your to us seed re uir.ments. .- { spider that weaves his web in called for? It is about as interesting I Which some slick fellow ed the validity: of the act of the legislature jnished' the members at. conservative,
Our complete stock wUl enable home remote corner and waits for Ks of day.bet l"e-yesterday the state l- ., ?
us to supply you to advantage In a a plate {Tries to run over the paper authorizing comproller prices the association will;,be,..found,;
price and quality. chance to fly: to come Into his net, he fflapjacks, ,as exhilarating as state ,Is always wastebasketed. to appoint receivers of insolvent to be of still greater, use.. ,. Ci

sits around and waits for a killing, soapsuds, as enervating a piece of One''fine.businesl college state' banks. The opinion also sustains -

f. A. MARTIN SEED CO.Ol '. prefering to make one sale at a high dried sponge well-chewed and has a Located some distance away the liability of married women BELIEVES' IV MISTER ,"FORD. '

profit than many at a small margin. disposition as happifying as water in Sends a pretty catalog owning stock in state banks to the I ..

*>sf of Lal'lrdt'Florida.Seed iros.e, !. Business, as a rule, does not go which the eggs were poached. The And says '"a nice wrifeup assessments against such stock pro- For driving eight years-personally-started J, R. Gilbert baabeen 4

903-304 Ea.t flay St. "a..n.! Via. around butting in on anybody. If you only excuse for it is that it ia found ,Would be highly appreciated," yjded by law.MAY Ford the' same car originally, .
chance to be the only merchant in a a trifle weaker than w.ter-butl,more And might (mind you "mlghfj :pur-
*
chased. It has commenced
given line in town business after it has received RE-LOCATE ROAD towearlout
I will, of expensive several I Lead to an advertisement
little : nd has lost ita'originalglossy
necessity patronize you more-or less. spoonfuls of sugar. The flakes I"When the lists are revised. PINE ISLAND SECTIONThe a J

Woman finds Remedy But with the coming' of competition, bf ice, inserted in the glass, also, The mistakfe that boss made. 4 matter of the contemplatedroad ( timates appearance.that in,that time Mr. he.has Gilbert'a.lost:i,
business goes to the store where activity make the drink little stronger. Iced I ,
Was not first
ip "revising" extending from the Saint Cloud through his efforts at cranking about!' w
reigns, where stock Is fresh, tea has the texture and the firmness I
Worth Fabulous fortune i Then- ending'-copy for display- road west of Carolina to Pine Island fifty-six minutes a week or forty*

where prices are right, where courtesy o( a fourth cousin of near beer six 1 Accompanied, of course by check. came before-the- commissioner on I''eight' days of 'eight1'.hours-in1' all: ''to-.
;
is the rule and above all, whereit times removed. When cracker crumbsare ,
Then he'd
have demonstrated The estimate the
Monday. of completed :
[ of other .
I :
nothing bi'Z':1' lost
wouldn't take million dollars Is invited I Advertising-is invitation lodged in the throat at some say : : la
,' "I a an [Tbd all his"business" acumen road, as made by the county en-, He-
(when' the peak)-thine was sulky
Wonderful Rer-
for the'rOOd Msyr's to the buying public to visit gatheringwhere charming refreshment Wasn't 'confined in the college.
', gineer, was 1800. Henry Partin explained
added bis
still the car'Qi has to
Ik has done for me. I have finished owns
; , edy your store, and if followed up',by an served iced tea will remove Such grafters make me sick.Yassum. that- almost half that
T the'course and can say I am entirely sum string another ear of the same name,
cored of very severe indigestion quality: goods, low prices courteous them-and will also cause drop ." could be saved by having ,the, road .but.this one.has all the latestimroinnUSreacb -,,
cello attacks I suffererJfrom ; treatment and'efftde t service is 'always moisture to fall from the '
bloating and I th.nk'Y01l.. leave' the' brick road at'a. pointcloseby provement1 i.and he.. Is'.spending ten
for It is a limp 'elfeeUve. 'V Into 'the the.,.drinker! thereby :
many years.
* *
< harmless preparation that' .removes =., :.... '. leaving. .pott1] upon; :the, liearilk: What Becomes Of 'EwRevenue the'"cemetery road".and run'along I ..,, r.I:; iq-.tapping .on it'I
the to reach"Pine Island-anddeclared"that
the eatarrhal mucus from the tntes- pn ridge and stopping it;,-.i.'recover Ute.plea-,

oral tract and .allays the inflamma- -Flnance'"p'.ete,, ...... ...... .. -.I of._, strawberries.___ ,_ jskirt; The Ides of iced tea; originated statistics declare that last ( such aroadwould"a: !- .urea.be, .hasJost Jn,eight:'years*,
a' ,j i ,tion which' "practlcallr' t by the'English.. : as1slmInsy t9f-eon- year:: th.rrYanra2b,000,00d-1raelu: of corgmodat.more-peopb-that;; the-"one / .
.' -m stomach.' liver 'and intestinal ail- Occasionally a small ,boy."wondersrits sum ing'time ..nd..u..r.(1.hasV been playing cards sold /in the'United first contemplated.. The')natter'was ''Bundles: ) of old paper are-fof?.ir4J I 'i '

I t.....-, nents'Including appendicitis.i(: One ntra-cliargrt: ; Death .. apparently ,frightfully,,takeifxa.fad JnAmericajf States .nd. fr th life of me, I'cant taken,under advisement and 'confer* .at the -office 1Gt'-'n."Gasette; ,JOd-
doesnt chanr'folks a
&!tel.u. 1]: .
.. dose-'will, convince or money refund 1," ; ::'-;and.T seems,,tot be, uoIlIA'theplaee see where'they'all p.1'.. seen packs eace-will: "ba"held '1>yall;Interestedparties Better get them while there .is stocks .
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::: : Robenon:, . i;and.!."""drnggisUverywterev - eitf'qmidJy: reCrrw Cel4s; C'.1Iip at th..head of,the table.f oraer? that" :'"I'm,:'naJ,.'eoatfan4j had ,bten ;CJi.taldnetlna| aetion$ CalV at once' ,;'they'll pear be-.becheaper.t 1 1i
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(.j FOUR% < ,.tt 'r THE KISSIMMEE!: 'VALLEY GAZETTE.: FRIDAY, ,AUGUST:U.s itn,, r ... .. ,

a ..' .- ..

GAZETTE POOR', ; QUAUTV OF GASOLINE IN FLORIDA .
KISSIMMEE VALLEY ?

.
PIISLISBEI'EVER'A'RjDAT AUTO-OWNERS are well aware that the gasoline sold' S&feNews .

BT "'"THB .xnsiMMKB VAtMJT OAZBJTTB COMPANY in Florida Is of the poorest quality and handled ait the ,
: ......... '"('
K18BIMMEB. FLORIDA 1 highest price: Car-drfvers from: the north and west .
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laugh at th* lack of its power -yet .they buy:it- along A Good: =Time: Coming. '.
"
PresidentB < .
W. B. HARRIS O. VANS AGHili"", ,S cr larr with all others, because there Is nothing else procura- Bartow people are, endeavoring to .

W. I* THORNOTKB. :Ia4Ker1 ble. A doxen years ago gal lIne of "94 'test" .*ed to revive the Chamber of Commerce : ,. ? J .4\ .,

,. retail in Oregon for one-half the price we'of Florida are which has been a long lime dead-and '. '

." ,. One .U..CRlPTlOf.. ...sATE.. .,. -..-..--' :: now paying for something that is around'a "60. test." various,committees are laboring hardto t ;
O Cop -- '
0.. Copra 81x Month.---.-_-__.-__--_.4._....?....._..,*- That means "w* are paying at least three prices-If not secure membership gathera ,
no' ,.. Thr_ Montha--__.___..____________.__- .10 ,I,.. r
e> Cop ; four. No retailer knows the quality: of'the' {gasoline fund of $10,000 to finance the proJect ,, .._.j_.__' 1 ."' '.
; Entered at 'the' Poatofflo at KlMlmmee, Florida.as . he handles;'h* sells what is delivered to him; and it Is through the first 'year. ,'

A P secon4-ela matter.) ft question if the state .expert knows any more about it Th re's.a good time coming. Be ready for"it'when
_
'' authorised correspondents ,Bartow people are. endeavoring'
j. .Ail communications muot except be slcnod from by the writer ; .,,' than the retailer. will k state revive the Chamber? J.r Commerce '-it comes.: ; : Set"your' affairs 'in 'order. .And one of the.
Rejected will be returned If called.for. Th Standard Oil Company pot deny these ,
matter ments. It knows it sends to Florida the cheapest ,of which various has tcmmittees been: a long time dead--hard and! most 'i important items is to form the right bank; !'
ON laboring
know. there is a's much difference in
r SOCIATION: its products. It
T THeEAMFAN ANPRES9'L' I
I
to secure a membership and gather a This bank is at service.
its products .. there is between tires and tubes. Prob- 'connections. your ,

1.1 ably more. That.great trust has no hesitancy in decry- fund of $10,000 to !finance the project' '. ".

; ? FRIDAY AUGUST, 1922 ing some of its products while praising other brands, through the first year. -

Notice the irony displayed in the following advertise ,
Governor Hardee has requested that
ment published in a Connecticut daily under date .ol
each of the sixteen circuit judges in

BIBLE THOUGHT fOR 'IBIS WEEK July 23: //the state assemble at Tallahassee on '

What the great majority of motorists want in & Monday, September, "Your coming

gasoline ,is all-round dependability. And that'Is together," reads the letter, "would Merchants and Farmers Bank

what Socony has given for over ten years and whatit furnish a forum for discussion amona-

offers today. That is why so many thousands of !yourselves as to the various judges,

+ PEACE AND TRUTH: Thus saith the Lord, Can motorists use Socony and nothing else, and why so and, after such discussions, your seasoned OF KISSIMMEE / -

unto me, and I will answer thee, and show thee great many who decided to "change gasoline for a while" dingaandfieeommendatiwould l

i and mighty things which thou knowestmot-- eventually came back to it. naturally go to the legislature e "

'a, Behold, I will bring it health and cure, and I will cure All gasolines''' are not. alike. The refiner know. wish more dignity and power," '

,, them, and will reveal unto them the abundance_ of. peace, this So does the petroleum_ rhpmint.. and the *Tnrt:, i

and truth.-Jeremiah 33:2: 3, 6. automobile mechanic. And here is the. secret of So- The legal fraternity of West Palm ,. '

cony dependability, the! reason why Socony is always Beach is much wrought up over the - --

*, LETS FINISH TilE BULKIIEAD IMPROVEMENT \[easy starting, always high powered and always ec- assertion claimed to have been made PLANNING NEW GROVE: Little Helen Perdew celebrated her .

in theo onomical wherever you buy it: it always has the cor- by Joe L Earman, municipal judge, to WOULD CHANGE ROAD eleventh birthday anniversary last I:
which has been
LITIGATION progress over rect range of boiling points and In the right propor- the effect that lawyers nf West Palm Monday afternoon. The Misses Viv-

o funds voted for the improvement of the lakefront in the tion. Beach had "mulched the city of $2000 Marvin Miller appeared before the ian and Mildred Lee assisted Mrs Per-

way of bulkheading. and back-filling has now been drawn _ "Boiling-point"ij a.--IOMmcm..t..1'1n \In {ha p ./>lina, *y -Appealing -oases fro n-the-p<4)ee- -eet'Mft' 1l81o n-Menday with-a re-. dew in serving refreshments. ...,

'" to" a 'close, And.tJ'eJluou'etfortiahoU14'"b4f"purfoTfth; testing laboratory. Most liquids boil (vaporize) court." Whether or not he !said it quest that a road in the Lokosee district -

the council to make progress upon this measure which at one uniform temperature. In the case of water the assertion is admitted by those which now trespasses upon some Nathan Blount, L. M. Marsh, and

} n means so great an improvement to Kissimmee. this temperature, or boiling point, is 212 degrees who have kept track of proceedings property he has purchased: (With a' R. L. Vanhorn, for killing deer out of ..

Since an amicable settlement has been made wit] Fahrenheit. However, every gasoline has many to be true. Consequently one!' yjung (iew to setting out an orange grove seasonwere each fined twenty-five --

rr the former contractors many suggestions have been boiling points a whole series or range of them in lawyer arrested for speeding has tried Nave several slight changes made in dollars and costa!: by Count Judge G.,.

made as the best method of taking up the work where i it fact. It is this range of boiling points and the proportion to secure an injunction on the 'groundof jt. route. There was a dispositionupon F. Kribbs.

was dropped. Every citizen is a unit in a. desire for this of each group of them (low, medium and "class prejudice," but lost his casein I the part of all members of the'
ye is what method shall O. C. Daisy, of Wichita Kansas
,
enigma ,
The now
completion. one ,
-high)r that really determine the quality of a gasolineits the higher court. board to grant the request-and the '
be pursued to bring about the desired end with the cut one small branch off a tree in the
volatility, power and mileageeconomy.You matter was delegated to Commissioner -
least possible outlay; ? I ALL PEDESTRIANS SHOULD Lee-Parsons grove at Southport oa'
can be sure of getting the most that any gas- McClelland, in'whose district the
t Under date of April 8, 1919, there were-4 Hied bond I] e USE LEFT SIDE OF ROAD which there were a cluster of nineteen 4
r oline can give by using Socony all the time. There land!: lies, to make the proper changes. k
of this city, according to the majority vote of the people large and well-developed grape-
; must be some reason why the majority of motoristsin Pedestrians roads .
of Kissimmee, to the amount of $97,500. These were I' along county SCHOOL "LUNCHEON fruit.
ri New England and New York state prefer it. I
and those who walk in the streets at
sold. at par and a premium of $4,844-making the entire -
r t sum received $102,344. This proves the excellenceof This advertisement from the headquarters of the trust I night in pref'rence to using the sidewalks '' Mother-Teachers: Club has arranged Rev Bunyan Stephens was pastor of .

the standing of Kissimmee-many issues of bonds -long since "dissolved" but stronger than ever-at :2i! > can contribute materially toward 'I to conduct the school lunch- the Baptist church;,Rev. A. M. Chis- ,

\( in state ia not stat the reduction of automobile room during the coming ;year. Needed holm was pastor of the Christian _
of a like character this bringing frond buyers Broadway, New York The volatility_degree ',
Occidents by walking on the left aide additional equipment will be purchased church Rev. David D. Kidd was rector -
:: tut 95, with no' bonus. ed-but it is fair to presume that it is around the nine ;

Jv* Of this sum the city has a full one-half remaining ties-because it is the "be!'t for New. England and New of the road, facing the oncoming traf- and arrangements will be of the Episcopal church; and Rev s
j 'fic, according to D, II Lewis acting completed to furnish for ten cents a James T Mitchell was pastor of the v
have the baser
shown far than
+ .. added to which is the dredge which was to York. It retails for a less price I
cost the contractors some $18,000. It was built, however product sells for in Florida. "The engine of fifteen |,executive chairman of the American better luncheon than ever, under the r i I Methodist church. 1s

4 when all supplies were at high ebb, and is probe years ago would not run with the quality of gasoline Automobile Association. 'I management of Mrs. Lane Poulk and North Kissimf t*
A. S. Gilbert of the
,
"Courtesy on the part of the automo- Miss II. C. But. | I
t ably worth considerably less just now. handled in Florida today, said a member of a manu- ',
mee Bargain Store, sold through air *
,The council had at one time considered the plan of facturing concern. "As the engines were improvedthe bile driver demands the use of dimmed advertisement in The Gazette ''

:4 making the ,needed changes in the dredge at a cost of companies commenced sending out a poorer quality -lights} at night," said Mr. Lewis, "%
\" \ possibly two thousand dollars, then engaging a man of gasoline to many parts of the country. Florida \\\hls factor, while it contributes to the I f KISSIMMEE TWELVE \I Glbria goods to Cuba--and, consequently, he j j|

thoroughly competent to superintend such matters, and should demand'the best-and it would then come and at safety of passing motorists, make it < the and *
tabor: It believed better too." exceedingly difficult for the automobile YEARS AGO spoke highly of great far- ,
continuing operations by day was prices, I \ reaching benefits of legitimate adveriff' :- J
i' that such a plan would eliminate the customary twen- This may sound like an advertisement for this certain driver to see a pedestrian walking -

ty-five percent which contractors' usually add to their brand of fluid. Perhaps it is. The intention, however, along the road in the same direc- 1 1tlllini,

estimates to cover anything overlooked. The traffic is to agitate"the inferiority until the state shall take up tion the car is traveling. This dif G. B. Woodall was,advertising eggplant i I The Home and Sanitarium at Nar-' .

a dock has been 'completed according to the original plans the matter. If the press will help, such a result can be ficulty Is increased if the pedestrian and tomato plants ready for the'cootsee, between Lake Helen and East. ,

Lace;been improved upon; the pleasure'dock ii presumably brought about. That's alt happens to be wearing dark clothing. setting out. Lake, reports that but two deaths' ;:
nlahedf and the concrete wall has been put The result is that the driver is prac- ,
: have occurred there thethree"! %
Lewis during ,
Jones purchased a car of irrigation 1
7 the before
far placer'and'were the dredge of a character aa wasIf tically on top of pedestrian -
: DIVERSITY OF DEMOCRATIC OPINION tiling for his garden in the years the place has been running. Tptf t
the latter becomes visible.
contemplated:there could be placed wftRbut the service. ti
eastern portion of Kissimmee.A .officers were J. M. Wlll.on,president; ,
the left hand side of
they "Walking on
of an expert, ,thousands yards of backfill from '
; many lilies A.. "
SINCE the death of the state superintendent of pub- Elizabeth Sears, vtee>-president :
'
the road for the
is just a* good pedestrian
1 &buttinglakafront? '. lic instruction and the appointment by,the governor 01; : car of irrigation tiling 'arrivedfor ; Mrs.. M. L. Ennis, ,secretary and i
{
':, Th 'council is;now considering the awarding. of a w:;. S. Cawthom, of Gainesville,'to fill out the present and enables him in to time,see the to step approaching W. S. Nelson-to,b* used in the treasurer; Dr. John E.. Ennis,' restf, J
automobile
i : contracts providing someone accustomed to such work two-acre garden he had just purchased t 4'
year of service, the state democratic committee and dent physician; Dr. M. J. Hicks'and
can come to suitable figures and can back the figures side if the motorist does hot see him
up front .S. Bk.T. Cun. , -JL- -
leading democrats in .all portions_of Florida have been in time to ---- < ri--To-M.Rivers, consulting:ph7afi..weiana. .
and contract with w a suitable'bond. 'Advertisement to swerve. .
: seeking the easiest way out.of the dilemma. in which i it "The should remember] 'lost ' bronze L': I
3' .J this end have been published in several papers, and re pedestrian. Malcolm Murphy; a i "t'
I. placed to' elect by the voice of .the people'a legal en that the rules of the road medal f-I 1
plies have'been received. But it will be necesSary for require the presented him by the state '!! Bundles of old paper are for sale .
cumbent that office until elec-
of
each contractor to visit.Kiaslmmee and study conditions the-following general autoist to keep to the right and should I field s of New Jersey-and was offering at the office of The Gazette; lOc. \

for himself ,before any definite action will be taken by tion. contribute to the factor of safety by a :reward. (Query: Was it returned Better get them while there is a stock. '

j 'the'board.' There appears but one feasible and equitable. way in keeping on that aide of the road which T) Call at once; they'll never be cheaper.
which be chosen and that plan is being .
a successor can -
enables him to the .
On baa received pert escape oncom-
:offer': been stating the price per I ,
endorsed generally. That is to allow as can. -
yard at which the'fl'.will be made and the sum of .' very many ing car and especially the occasional I I1odayr II i iI
didates as seek the office to have their names placedon
; $10,000 will be allowed for the dredge as it now stands. may peed fiend or fliwerboob who cares I I I
the ballot through petition and allow the expression
This, offer, isbeingseriously;' considered by the council nothing for consequences and speeds Ii
of all Voters to have weight.
-and if seems:to..be the opinion that if proper termscan' regardless of the rights of others i '
The chairman of the state committee has held out fora I
for it has been said that -whether
be mad. and a'suitable bond executed that the acceptance truly
candidate to be elected to that body and the one '
would be a Ana thing for the city. The estimated you were in the right or not does
name be placed on the ticket but the precedent which
; after in the hands T
amount of All is 800,000 cubic yards. By the offer mot matter :you are
would be established by such proceeding would be a most "
f the undertaker.
mad* the resources on babel would in full for
t' pay
disastrous one. If the state committee has that right in r
IN more :than 860X100 :yards of it-unless there should bet "
) his one instance to delete all contestants, or would-be COMES FROM SUMTER COUNTY
'"some extras" needed in the work for which the city S.O' ;
contestants save the one of its choice then.would that at
,
.
-would b;. obligeSto -and it is to be hoped that the r J. B. Newsome Itos. removed from r rf.
body have the right to select from the list of candidates
; 'council will'"' seriously consider this proposition if the Oxford to Kissimmee, and has leased
1< for each particular office an save the one which might
i. ,,proffer is made in good faith and will be properly backed a portion of the five-acre tract of LJI. '
I
,4 be agreed by that committee in which case therewould
upon ;
.>vp by: contract and bond. Ingram, where he will enlist in the 1I
be need for primaries elections
no holding or aahe" I
ii :"l"be 'Gaxett ,has ever been a firm booster for the army of strawberry-growers. He was
action would be merely perfunctory, pJUIS.'I11e' .
? bulkhead from its first inception. It has never lost faith drawn to this locality because of the What Does> Your t :
democratic party of Florida is.too large, too determined -
;Y, ,that' th* completion as planned will be the greatest asset perry culture prospects, and the mod- ,
and too well-informed to have its committee
,; .for: attraction for the homefolks as well as >to the I Ito eat price at which good land can be Overland Dollar ?
assume authorities that have not already been assigned Buy ;
vhdtor'.and will be instrumental in bringing many newpeopleto bought at the present time. It is understood ,
it. There have been occasions! when the placidity of
... this city and county. It hopes that the council that MiL( Ingram will re-
and r.
the party has been sadly ruffled wrinkled over the
will use every means possible to carry out the origin- serve a portion of his tract for his
restrictions and rulings formulated by the state committee Luxurious Riding Comfort-That's the !' .
wonderful -
,"al desires, of the people who voted for the bond. own n.e.AMERICAN.
and such result would be
a certainly again
;aldeslres'of, the people who voted for the bodns. patented Triplex Spring suspension. ;
brought about If there should be an attempt to limit the LEGION WILL ,

number of those making application to have .
f" proper UNCOVER MANY FRAUDS Economical
PUBLISIIING OpeTation-That's the Overland
GRAND JURY PRESENTMENTS their names on the ticket. l .
'i I Syracuse: :New York.-Personll who .
'ii ,I Several candidates have already published announce- have world motor-25 miles to the gallon of gasoline. :
suddenly acquired war
'l. .
; FOLLOWING( the custom established in the more propressiv ments ef their intention to make the race for the position -
records wound and desireto
Zt.r. counties in Florida Circuit Judge M. F. Home of state superintendent of public instruction-and stripes a Minimum Repairs-That's the sound con-
other disabled veterans
'j t ordered that the presentment of the grand jury of Hamilton there is no doubt that others are already.circulating petitions help to by soliciting struction. The all-steel body for instance
subscriptions equally bogus
V ,
: county be published as a legal document. In that to obtajn the needed five hundred signatures to

,,1t ''W.rthe.: : presentment becomes widely read and is heldas entitle them to have their names printed on the official magazines have so aroused authoritiesat the American - permits stronger construction and the

;"i a matter of recordind is easily referred to when allot. Legion and municipal hard-baked enamel finish. "

')' needed. Such publication also stimulates the grand jury official election Syracuse that the two forces have !'
To be sure the call for the November such fake

to'make better report on* that delves deeper into makes no mention that the office of the state superintendent combined against soliciting.sell Compare the Overland at $550,point by point
license to
,1; matter.'of ,Anyone seeking a magxinea I
public interest. The presentment publishedlast of public instruction is to be filled-and there is turned over to the Legionor with any car selling under $750. Thin lee lie ''i;

week in the Jasper News strongly score. the state might be construed in such case that the election'might take you for a ride In U--over any kind of toed i.1J j jI

t:. Voad! ::department for breaking contract'wlth .the conn >e, illegal; but the supreme court and the next legislature investigation. I : __

Y r 'ty.by, diverting the bond money poted- by 'the couYity, for' if need be, could "validate" the election and things AMPUTATED HIS FINGER ,,'
roads to I localities. ..
:; other would pass on in a smooth manner. In any event the J. W. Busby, of 220 Beaumont avenue 1

'I' "t. : democracy of ,the stat would frown upon any attempt north had the misfortune Tues-

-- :AMONG the best"newspapermen in this slate may made by a state committee to "close the list of noml- day. manning at therfReidel planingmill .
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,: .' 4 ff Obmentioned, Robert: W,, B.ntleyhewhohas for thpast atfons" before, the people had exercised their right of to lose,the seeondr finger on the 6 ,' "Si' ,I
i. sbt ....'Clone hi. ta.k editorJto'mak. the .. I ,
. 7. ,as managing ? ranchise. right bapdjand it is possible that the u-p..

Y *''I,, !Paa.pa 'Tribune stand out so' brightly and 'brilliantly.: Let nomination. be made Jra-ailepJ'manner through forefinger:.will: .have to'be taken off I, : I

:J !, J'....N ow "Bob" la to 1 leave that great'dally,_having:purchased plgnatureifavoringtheyariopsiandldstak! : Then the a*_tt.is adlvwoan.decL..Ji:: __ .. -T_ .-......+

npm'Intererinlhe"Bradentowri, Herald with'*'vi w of' i-' voters may decide as:they deair. The' state committee I 1 He was....cbfn.r.\Jnder.. '\ a saw'frame : -. I.

;n. "<.(.. ... tablUhhig,an:i iev.etngpaper! at' a .fty 'earli.dat.: in 1 I should keep,its fingers out of the muddle *. to'tighten a nut, and missed his calculations ] \ ..LUP ER &',PRATHER ,\ .\ #

'r' thati; . Manatee,county,. ,TJie\TribuaewW; miss ., ..'.t" 'at to,, distance. Mr.; Busby I \. KISSIMMEE .FLORIDA 'Im

'*?.'Wm. .;its''readers.win 'ml.. buns.,-butreverynewspaper.; ,.THE Us portion'of sf good man's 'lif* iajiis little, hU'had many 'aeeldats.1n the put' -: .t: '_ ,, .' __, !

'ma* in; Tlorida. will ,wish .for. him' the greatest. measure I nameless; unremembfred' acts"of,kindn M;;and revs.'i ..,;. few:years=loving suffered sis*many: 'I ,,. ., -" ,->#"- .. >' -,- .. ..- ,I',.". ,.,-. 4r;':

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I ''044000100' 4444044,4. .4 String Beans_Independent; t Grocery. U' your car' U .In need of: repairt For sale:. Missionary' 'strsw b
.:, , r7"a
phone DnPonfc? at i7"' for quick . plants and free from di.....
s ,
+ WEATHER REPORT' B. O.,Hancock, of Lake Wilson distrlct : r- thrifty: ,
was transacting business. at the vies, ., ,Ut $4' per ,.thousand.. R. Lip:, OverstreelR. ,(

,. .-** .** bfAc1a1 and Bulletin precipitations of dally 'ternperatnre far. 4td courthouse: on Monday. *' Orlando was represented.In Kissira-. .R.- D.:. 'Io., JTBo" 88, .844Atruckload :. Industrial l EffiCiency"Great

4 nished by the Kfsslmmee* Cooperative .'. For Sale nee;on Wednesday byxRepresentativGrifflri. .. of colored workmen ai
: Wbodstock typemiUr In '
: s..B. ., .
4 U.S. Weather Bureau 4 ri..atrom'Santord,Wednesday'to la y;
' 1 '4 for the week" good condition Call Dorothy Wells, Demonstration'Ever'InTlk, South
Station undine > .
tiling:Ion the F; .
tenacr tracjt of
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4 Thursday,-August 10, 1922; 4r phone 278. 85-1U 'Mrs.' L.' H. Ingram and daughter, '
Irene, left on Tuesday for a twoweek.visit : Nave. These men are expert at the< .. . ;
M O U.. J: Burrows of the work-and yie work U progressun
. ''* Date .H n.Prep. .secretary: with relatives ahd friends at
> Friday. Aug. 4..-89. 75 Trace 4 Chamber of Commerce, is expecting Saint Petersburg.Mrs. . at' a nice rate.. As, rapidly as the INDUSTRIALTRACTOR EXPOSITION ,'w

,'-4 Saturday; Aug S...88 70 1.32. his family from Oklahoma. within a ground. Is being, peplsred strawberry] .

.+> Sunday, Aug. 0...._88 71 ..21. short time. Clara Hollenshead, 'of Saint plants are.t being set out. Iliindreds''of' ,

> Monday.Aug. '1....,..t.1 70 :8'7. Petersburg is'a guest'of her ldtlmefrle Commercial Illustrating Uses of w,

\,4 Tuesday, Au* S..92; 71 .03 > Two ears of good gravel have.been Dr: arid Mrs. E. Derbyshire, Secretary.

. 4 ,* Wednesday' ,'Aug,:9.92 ,'12 ,03 + ordered by the commissioners for fan 422,Bryan: street-over Sunday. Makes Urgent Appeal THE FORD'ON, TRACTOR
of the highway be
provement county .
I .
+Thursday, Aug..10.90 70. .44 iR! ,
r and '
Mr. Mrs.
tweenKissimme. and Saint Cloud. ,,Robert Angas, of the
' p/*> U. J .
Reading. are made at 6:00 ( Burrows)
m. for the preceding twenty-four Shaves, 15c; haircut,35c; children, Cape Breeze section of Kissimmee, A membership drive for the mem- Will Take Place In
left this
morning by car for Miami-
< >
> 20c at Casino Barber bership in the Kissimmee' Chamber
hoursALLISON ; Shop. 18-tf I
be
T. FRENCH. -- expecting to. absent about two.
of Commerce will take place next JACKSONVILLETuesday
*; Co-operative Observer J. C. Dibble ha*completed the well !weeks visiting': relatives.
:44'4444444 ......... he was drilling for W, J. Steed, and Tuesday afternoon from one to four '.
During my absence in the north my o'clock. ,Four committe i oftfiv Monday .-
announces plentitude of water. It WednesdayAugust
a << ,
members each will visit place.
hemstitching patrons, may have their every .
is .. v
not an artesian wel. Ltr-.
LOCAL ; work done in neat manner by Mrs. J, of business and all private Individual August '21 '22 August 23'No '' ) ,

Miss,Ilartha Belle Harris leaves this
AJPPE.Frnlti afternoon for Winter Haven, where J. R. Sinquefield. 352tcMr. hip to this organization. Join for

she will be the guest of Mrs. H. L ; Ussimmeet It's your city; it should Florida Farmer or' Grower or Industrial Manager 'j
.
and Mrs.
t Lyman.Dr. J. R. Persons, of be your Chamber of Commerce. You '
;
----- --- ----. - -' I MCultrw..nd.. ..Mr.. and JVIrsL.Charles wiU..urelybeproudIf you can say can afford.to,miss this,this.showing.. Y.-
or aTF kinds'"aF'Indepehltnl' t. O. L. Buckmaster and Dr. R. M.: Persons, and eon, of Waycros: are hat Kissimmee has the best Cham- all
By attend .
Grocery. 84 means one .day or day and'
Buckmaster, osteopathists, 211 East I guests of George W. Persons and bar of Commerce: -baaed on popula- every

I TTTta Kb luiicneuii of tu0 O'lUn Jaeksen etrect, Orlando. i : 334f- family. Judging from the similarityof ion-to be found in the state, .!. learn the meaning of'"Etl lciency, .** ,

of Commerce-wil be held next Wed Miss Cubah I IJudl'8 the names the trio are supposed to The winning membership team willbe C
Nesbitt of
daughter
'noon.Rutabagas be brothers and men of Georgia awarded silver while the
nesday ; i a cup- .
and Mrs. T. I*. Comer, returned I .
at Independent Grocery. Wednesday from a two-weeks vacation County Commissioners Ira II. Weth- lOlling team will banquet the Chamber .
spent: at Hendersonville erbee was absent from{ the regular at a celebration. Think over the memterahip OsceolaMofor-'Cornpany.! .

Born On Friday August 4, to Mr. meeting' of the commisioners on Mon..' matter as a business proposition ,

and Mrs. Roy E. Smith, near Hilliard's A plan has been formulated by day-the first time during his eighteen -and be ready to join when one I ._

(eland.'-a-daughter--'- whchJeyeraLcommit.teea.wJ: : n- months' -encumbency," He- has been-" ofthese _committaee.; meetsyou__ nextTuesday I '. - .EOROJQIEAtERSI. -: _ .- ..... - ,',

deavor to increase' the membership of confined to his home by illness several P. TIMMONS J. E. GILBERT .
Hemstitching* width. Nettle the Chamber of Commerce. weeks. W. B. Bates says: "The soul of a city
Newton. 85 tf is-a wonderful thing. It isthatindefinable --I

Mr. and Mrs.J. M. Duncan returned For rent.NiceI7' furnished, cool Mrs. B,. C. Dutton, of Statesville, spirit that sets -city far,I I
Georgia,.and Mrs E. C. Duzenbury, of apart from other city. It b the
yesterday from their visit to relativesat airy flats at summer rates. Located any AGED RESIDENT PASSES CITY CLERK DEPARTS r
Avon Park, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. composite spirit of the people who i
Jasper. over The Gazette office. W. B.Har- TO THE LIFE BEYOND 1 "ON ANNUAL VACATION
1'1.'i tf J. Z. Roberson, arrived In Kissimmee live in the city and represents their I I .' v

Mrs. J. R. Sinquefield expects to ,last evening to be present at the funeral ideals, their aspirations their hopes i Died: At her residence, Thursday: City Clerk J. R. Gilbert left yester- '

r start for the northern markets i next I Mrs. T. N. Clark, at 811 Mabbette I services this morning of their and their ambitions. A city cannotbe I II (I morning August 10, at the age of )flay by, car for Jacksonville! accompanied r t
'
Tuesday ts advertising some extra nice guavas grandmother, Mrs. Susan. F. Roberson. greater than its .inhabitants. It eighty years' after an' illness of some by Mrs Gilbert- and expects

J' in this issue-making this a good opportunity I invariably reflects their habits, ideals, : length, :Mrs Susan Frances Rober- to be absent about ten days. From
f ", has been ill 'I
who
J. D. Woodbeck, for
securing a supply :for
I hopes and fears. No city can grow son' Jacksonville the .couple will visit Pablo -
for the past two weeks and confined. household as well as for table use. Miss Alice Dorsett -home demon- i in advance of the ideals of its people. beach and numerous points of lnterest + '\

,; to his home, was able to be out on They are an excellent product. 'stration agent for Suwanee cou ty, 'They must first mark out the way,I I Mrs. Roberson, then a widow came the.Idea being to spend the
Wednesday for the first time. was in Kissimmeg yesterday and irtwJe march to
their onward
then begin from time In sight-seeing as well as rest
Americus
-- The offices of Dr. T. M. Rivers are fc I : Georgia, accompaniedby ;
Emory Akcrman: is temporarily employed now located on the lower floor of the a brief stop to meet Miss Albi the goal." j, her son, John Z. Uoberson, in 1883,}{,ing. Mr. Gilbert carried his credentials -;
Smith. Miss Dor8 _who it of-Li'A
tt. of Kissim
We believe in the people
has to-ehowthat-he-wati-flxturea.
at the local postofficeandwill Okeechobee building: on Poise! av-1 f Oak, was making an automobile tripto for '
mee.' We believe your ideals are city clerk of Kissimmee be used'
and established circle
remain on duty whilothe several nue, opposite the p lItofl e. 30tf a large of
employees are taking their annual vacation Fort Pierce, and was accompaniedby better things, better growth and better friends. She has ever been a zealous I I in case of any arrest for spading ors;<..
A. 8. Gilbert and family of 10 Park her sister, Mrs. W. B. Allen, of business, for better civic: conditions I, '
I blocking traffic. The document
lie is qualified to cover,the member of the Baptist'church, and wassigned
street, east. are entertaining relatives Vero, and a friend, Miss Eva Lanier. to work I
,, chat ready '
several departments of the office. ; you are until failing' health prevented always by Mayor May
prom Dade City-the Mimes iTieim pf Branford. > with your -own fellow citizens and ""took a prominent part In all -services I I lJ.::0.;.._ _. .

S, 4 The Chamber of Commerce is fig- and Vera Gilbert, as well as a friend) I townspeople to this end. The resources ,of that bod7.Funeral HIGH GRADE TIRES AND

; uring upon buying some of the furniture of the family, Miss Leila Boring, o( 1. and Mrs. Dcvid Lander, of for milos around are a part of services will be held at ten I Ib'dock TUBES.! ALL KINDS OFACCES p

with-which the office is equinned. Quincy} . Kissimmee, after a pleasant sojourn us and must be developed in order this morning from the late'SORIES FOR YOUR FORD CAR.p.
\(
This furni* a'deTanct of ten days here, returned home I !I PROMPT SERVICE AND ,SATIS*
; a 111 the lfroperty of that we prosper. home of the deceased 212 Orlando
I The big sale\ 'instituted at the S. I II .
A.
:. Moos lodgfe-the surviving Thursday. They were accompanied We are for the county, the country avenue, north, conducted by Rev. J. I FACTION GUARANTEED. O8CE.PLA
Gilbert store at 45 Main street, is to the latter's sister 'Mrs. Katherine FORDDEALERS.
by ,
whom MOTOR COMPANY
members of which made very !people, for all and everyone be
. have a I I.J. Farmer, and the remains will, '
be continued through next week-closing : West, of Kissimmee, who came Friday benefit. Join us, KISSIMMEE. FLOJlIDAI' .
liberal offer for cash. we can help and placed in Rosehill cemetery, under direction r ,
I next Saturday evening-as maybe night and. was their truest till the Let's all niarch I '' 35.2t';
Be one bf: us. ; onward I ., of the "Thompson Undertaking
announcement in another time their ,
- .- I seen by an of departure.-Punta Gor-
,
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a. column. da Herald. to the goal.Much Parlors. Besides her son and his family Buy stock in Osceola' .Growers: r

other near relatives remaining -
fOR ANYTHINGi I ,Mrs. Sarah Prevatt has leased her Two defeats in two consecutive days Cheese Each WeekIs I Frank Bass and Mrs. Sarah Prevatt, -

+ i i home. at 509 Mabbett street-to F H. at Palatka following the visit of the Sold In Kissimmee nephew and niece of the .deceased '

I I Walker, who comes from Orlando to Cowpunchers to Palatka. On Monday for Well!
: YourY
the Line of I make his home in Kissimmee. Mrs the score with the Pals stood 7 to Physicians .declare that "people do MIGHT. HAVE BEEN

Prevatt will remove to another property 0,and on Tuesday through,the eighth not eat sufficient che'ese"-but it is "PICNIC TWIST SMITH CTNOW ,

she owns on Alaska' avenue inning the score stood'1 to'1-but in evident those' authorities, have..not 'CONTRA . t
'; ::fine FreshVegetaBles The womenof Kissimmee already the ninth the, Pals 'made the decidingrun. figured the quantity eaten by Kissim "If Manager Ernie, 'Burke is still . .,"_,, ... 1 f '.' >"<:arra; ' iii.
are ,
for Pitcher Mule'Smith
.',. Several of the fans from Kissimmee med residents and those living in theeuburbe.iQuestion looking /Brown ;
formulating plans for! the "fix. J'the'ordinarY' home. the writer 111''the opinion that :'Mrawbr'riesyViu

,-l ;, t ) !ing up" of the croquet. grounds on the Palatka..accompanied' -. the 1 1- local teamto buyer as'to' how many cheeses are sold he i might be found in ,Eustis," writes '1V'eed' Water":' "'. 't 1 S 'I
and )
lot' Possiel
government corner here'each"week'.rid' the 'chances are la Kissimmee baseball fan.. "The

Church, and contemplating the barnyard Miss Orpha Rose has secured the that he would say: "Oh, perhaps a team from that city' played here last .

CALL AT THEIndepentfent'&rocery golf grounds on the same tract.. post of dietitian at the hospital in dozen!" Tuesday and their' pitcher was' announced I CAN'DRIVE1'YOUR

Other attractions are contemplated Orlando--and-will assume' her duties It is safe to say that more than as 'Smith'. He had not ap- "

there Miss has ful- size appeared in their line-up in- any of WELL ,.,,
Mrs. George T. Sigler and daughter, on Monday. Rese one hundred 'Cheeses of ordinary "

., Virginia, autoed to Tampa on Tuesdayto ly qualified herself for the post, and are disposed of in Kissimmee every 'our previous games: with them and we and. Please" YOU ?
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be absent two days. The trip was is a most estimable young woman in six days. One grocery alone sells on were given to understand that he had
-000Our made ostensibly for the purpose of every particular She has a host of tin ayerage eighteen each week-end 'only been t in that city a day or two." MY. SATISFIED: J

... ;; stocks of Vegetablesand consulting an oculistregarding: the friends throughout Kissimmee, who there are "more than a score of gro- "However," continues the fan from CUSTOMERSWill
Kissimmee "the locals batted him .
congratulate her upon the appoint ceries. Possibly there are some '
daughter's' eyes. I Tell Of My Efforts (o Please,
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HighrCIass Groceries ment i stores selling well into that number.If hard, getting thirteen hits and winning '

41 Because. the speed cop was hired by all lIold'onehalf that number the easily by a score of 9 to 2." See me 'and contract while}: My %

arealways: new clean. the" month and was discharged on Howard Tyson, appearing in the sales would run close to the two hun- Hold "McDufTl" No team ever drilling outfit ,U dose'at lutnd.J.CDJBBUc. a
5 the commissionerson mayor's court on Monday, charged thirteen hits off "Brown Mule." .
Wednesday ,
and attractively; priced. July dred mark; but there are some with got ? :_ r .
i J Monday granted John Bronson pay with delivering hooch to one Weaver, limited patronage that sell only two Besides the- "Brown1 Mule" has got ] ,

..{ -oOo foe the full month upon which he had of Robinson avenue-greatly to the three each week. too much mule sense to stray into a '
,
'(; commenced when the office of speed surprise and mortification of the said or Even with average summer sale territory guarded by cowpunchers. -

cop was abolished.Mr. Weaver--was turned over to the coun- bf one hundred ar cheese each week Perhaps if was "Picnic Twist" Smith 604 Patrick Street:' "' Phone' 804

IndependentGrocery ty officials, as it would, appear that doubled duringthe who played with Eustis.-Orlando KISSIMMEE >4-4tx
and Mrs. G. M. Shearouse and ,the ordinance. the city was wordedIn an amount practically Reporter-Star. '
I winter months it must be add*
t little daughter,' Joscelyn, were over- a manner that would prevent the .
Kissimmee
mitted is some consumer
Sunday guests at the home of the conviction, or even a hearing of "

mother of MSrs.! Shearouse, Mrs. Sarah weight. Tyson gave bond for his ap- of the compressed curd.

Prevatt, 509 Mabbett street. The visitors Wired -
: Street Is Your House.
Emmett pearance.S. DEATH OF MRS. PLUMMERDied ..
: returned to their home at Palat-
. .
J ka on Monday. W.- Porter, of'' Saint Cloud, was : At the residence of her 4 f

Improvements have been made in before the commisioners on Monday daughter, Mrs Gertrude L. K.tz,116 Electricity?.':; :

j !anxious to learn just where the division south, Tuesday? August : i
Vernon avenue, '
the office of county at the
judge
.1
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Orange Spot Bungalows line in that town 4
occurs regarding -
courthouse. The walls and ceilings 10, shortly after the noon hour, "
: Furnished have been brightened in an attractive voting precincts, and which precinct Mrs. Elizabeth R., Plummer, who IF IT IS NOT GOOD FOR TEN DAYS .
, .'-4' ( ) of the two recently created will of 83 .
FACING OCEAN and l the change has resulted in would have reached the age ONLYCOUPON : 4
after '
ON BLUFF manner bear the old number. By referenceto Miss Louise Cut out this Coupon and s ;
23.
'. $15 week $50 per month an office which now presents an attractive years' on August .(
I per the minute books it"was shown that Plummer, also daughter of the de filling in mail it today.

: ..." MELBOURNE- FLORIDA appearance.An the precinct west of New York avenue ceased, who has been a constant attendant It will! save you one dollar Kissimmee Electric: Com ,,'r .

r extension of a road l in the Boggy will hold the old number of 4, while .fftr years upon her mother, each have pany. Gentlemen: Please ":
j f ,er + of that Jine will have the on room you r
creek district was asked by W. A. east new was with her when death came. your representative to
i .. FRIENDS Hughey -on Monday of the county number of 11. This information was Funeral services will be held Friday wired and fitted with, fixsend on my residence,

: .. .. THE THREE PY-UTE commissioners. This extension is sought for correctness in registeringvoters. '' afternoon at four o'clock from tures.' It means that if your with no obligation on my !;,1

but half a mile, and passes throughthe the Thompson Undertaking Parlors, home has five to ten rooms part to enter contract.: : .

J THAT KILL THEM' ALL lands of the petitioner, Pat Johnson Rev. L. H. Kirkby, of the Episcopal ; :
__ Proft and.Mrs.,.b._B. Shaver, of Kistaimmee it Twill:; save you from $5 to
._ .n. and-Marvin Miller. All of them were greeting Wauchula| churchofftcl.tlng. and Fixtures.SIgned ____._ ...-__... .- Y'
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proffered the land to the county free be shipped at midnight I $10 on Wiring
._ .". Pr-Uli Roac>lid Wail Baf Killer friends Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Shaver The remains will) I "
of charge and as soon as the title to Portland, Maine, to be placedin : "This Coupon good for ten "'!
taught for in the Wauchula Address ,. .. ..
years ,-- -- ----
PMJte- fly Md MosgniloKiller_ shall pass to 'the rfght-of-way the school and are among thejjpost popular the family plot. The body will be days only. 'd.
"' t road will be laid out. Mr. Miller teachers that ever'dKht in the icompanled by both Mrs. Katz and ,,1 :

i 1r/-!' .' PT-UI nr Killer ? stated itlgbt-of-wayfifteen he would donate to feet the public wide local schooL: -WauchulaAdvocate Miss. Plummer. Kiss riimee Electrical Company !
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,"Y" ill.' .vt a .> a' : { Captain Clay Johnson hat been in
OWNE SiET'us '
.'' .t.! '' Sold on a' Money-Back,Gii.rant.e .roun4e; very-quarter section he ownedIf the city: a fewdays' this weeelc NOTICE: TO FORD ELE TRICA4.rCONTRACTORS.: Jr :
:'.; Handled in Kissimmee by the Tay. the county would build a road Jthere. hi. 'fleet .on of ; EXCHANGE THAT OLD _ ;
business connected with
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the'Midway '
for System of Stores and ,
'),"' ., . ' TIRES'-AND steamers thai ply the waters'of+Lake BATTERY FOR A NEW ONE. LIB "
'' nIGH GRADE .
; Grocery. : .
.t -,:. .- _'_- by,...._ ...wxr'D4anufaetgred TiIBES r..1L.JUl'JDs.' ...OLACCES. Okeechobee.. .The ..captajn :has; also ERAI/'A' .OWANCE' FOR\ .YOUR Fixtures,. ;'-:AppliancesEdison WIMP: Wiring.for. IJgnt'': i. . ."..

'CART made a trip ta-Blronne-thee"i. t )LD"BA i B0RIES FOR.TOUR.FORD nel' .
: MANUFACTURING ; \\a . '
r : J.J;GATES PROMPT SERVICE-: AND SATISFACTION week. visiting Mrs. Johnson and the RIGHT.. < ': -
? 'MOTOR COMPANY : -\\o. ',Lamps, :60 Motor Repairing;: ;. '.. .. 1 i _.
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: r V "COMPANT' GUARANTEED- OSCE home folks;-:Okeechobe*:Newsy OSCEOLA- ,. -, "

-- . Successors to,. .. OLA. 'MoTOR ;; COMPANY.-. FORD '" ''t :i iFORD DEALERS. ' J
. .. famished flat I"
.: - For "Rent Nicely ("" :: r.' '
i. FLORIDA"a52t"
kr E111o"Cate= .c.1 KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA KISSIMMEE; ,, WUfaon Bulldlag'Kissimm i./ ,
Mannfactoria :
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"t :"- -' 'ments,lie';'tiiner, the'cryitaT'detect '-

ROOFS : and the telephone condenser, cap": be
BIRDS mounted. on a stained base of wood,
; say eight ,;Inches square and one-hal i : : TRADE.
4 Inch, thick, This will keep the com- HOME
'I. ponent parts ot.tbe set together makIng :
a compact unit of the whole and W. II'
CRYSTAL DETECTOR also be odvantageous In that It. will '' '
.. hold. the Instruments while adjustments FALLS OFF iT '

EASY TO CONSTRUCT are being made. ;
The Sketch' shows bow the Instruments -
b % connected with each other
,are ,
1g' r and to the ground. The condenser 1. It When T
Always Slumps
Telephone Condenser and Receivers connected to one aide of the tuner and

Can Better.Be' Pur; to'.the crystal;''detector. The groundIs '
.IA. connected to the other side of the Business Is nbusiness ike I.
: ;
.LLij chased, -Mounting the' Set tuner phones, and the condenser. and the . ,

Lamp cord Is excellent for connectIng Most business men have this failing: they are "
The material needed to construct a up small radio sets of this kindIt 4
: Ample, crystal detector Is as follow: being a good
Piece of silicon or galena molded kited and easy .to handle

In a metal button, 25 cents. We hit prosperity. Then starts the trouble. Ev- /'
HOW TO LISTEN IN
( ; Two binding post, 20.cents." : ", "
'A block of shellacked or stained I' There are two variables In our radio rybody buys everything in sight and the mer- >

wood 3 by 8V4 incite receiver that require adjustmen' chants are caught in their
Our Advice Wont Cost when it 1 bl desired'to, listen-In ; first own trap. They start
1,. A thin strip of sheet) 'copper 01 the.detector, and second the slide '
brass % Inches wide, by two Inches position advertising bent& the band. A riot of selling follows l -
on the tuner. Once the slider
: -' You a Nickel *"'" 'Io'.lg. position fins been determined for any the ittm'Kants! OVER ADVERTISE' "and .,
Mount the two binding posts on the given transmitting station It Is only ..
block of wood aa ..hown. fastening uu necessary to adjust the detector to OVERSELL THE MARKET. Demand for goods' '

MAKE die old buildings just as comfortable as.the --one-binding poRt a strip of copperor pick up that same station attain. keeps up and then comes the trip to the bank-to'
t' new ones and just as good looking by putting on brunt*-see sketch-and under the To operate the receiver for the first ,
handsome, fire-safe weatherproof and long-lasting- other binding post a coiled up spring time _It Is best to wait until some borrow-for expansion; .:..... -
BIRD'S ROOFS. of flue springy copper or brass" wire. station like' KDKA In transmitting between -
By placing the button of' metal con- 8:30: find. 0:30: p. m. Then adJust -
-r Then what? shortage and rising prices=a riot'of

{ Whether/ it is a dwelling barn, garage or factory that you want to buying before prices tilt to the top and 'a wild
re-roolld .u* show you Itow' lade il will tar to ire the right Bird i; .
Roof. 0,.,. spree "of advertising to keep the game going.
d.
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. -. Every dollar you in verf in Gird Roof.will turcty return one hundredl _ _ _ _..Alrtr/_,!,,.'i",M'F.'T "'" :"" ..Suddenly there-comes .a halt.Buying slows up- _, ,_ 4'
I L .cents in satisfaction. as honetl value ia i Lull into every square. foot and timid unbusinesslike 'merchants CURTAIL
of Birds Roofs '
,. J9rr
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J- ADVERTISING and the
buying halt ,continues.

'Whether you need Birds Paroid Birds Art-Crai, Bird. Plan Then advertising is stopped and business becomes
Slit Surf faced jd'. 30
rag Cranitiied Roofing, or Birds Twin Shingle #
.r' our advice aa to the correct roof to elect for your' building won't stagnant.
{ tool you a nickel. We know from experience that Bird'* Roof 1 O /rrrOrnbPoJTJ ,
nuke good and that il the reason we tell them. When trade needs no stimulus many merchantsbuy

BIRO SON .... (E.UbUiln4. I7'ty)Lost W..lp>l*, MM' space like drunken sailors, but when trade

The Crystal' Detector. needs a strong push they contract.
it W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY .4.tr ;

If business spent one-third the money in adver- ''

-- - -- -- ---- - tising when trade is booming and three times the
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TUNtaS money when trade is poor, business would find
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J. Thc>> XX1PSC> JD. stability.

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Licensed Funeral Director ANTENNA CAeuriD Now Is
Stort and Clrop.r The Time To

E j' d. rr-011- A $ilc* ... Sympathetic:-Sftvic I. RinJmrmJ
M.n( Advertise Extensively '
t Stewart.Av.na. All Pallif DLTCTOa' toa.ax. '

Killimm. High Grade Ambulance Service at Calf n w

FF .T, Office: S4> PHONES Residence. : 71Stationery Don't throw chips on a blazing fire. The wood is

needed when the fire is low. Advertising i now
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: : ? means a real service to the buying public. The

'"'' people want to know where and what they can

Out Of The Ordinary TH. RCttlVCfc buy economically. .

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t x-. .t - Often the careful business Set Mounted on Base, With Connection Shown. Merchants Get Busy -
man or the professional
man. taming the crystal of silicon or galena the detector by changing the .
,a, desires to' use for his personal on the strip of metal and allowingthe point at which the spring and crystal .
correspondence something better spring to make contact with the of the detector make contact until!, Make Your Drive Now I It' ,;
:
it than common--ancl good 'sta. ,
surface of the' crystal the detector is when a nearby electric light' Is snapped .
tionery is alwayi' in taste. The complete'and ready for operation.A on and ,off, a click ,U heard In .. I
s i drawback in the past has been complete crystal detector 8"] be the,head phones. The detector Is now I I
that the) prices Were too often' purchased from 75 cents to" $2, depending adjusted on .a sensitive "spot 'on the ,
prohibitive-so the use'of the upon the type. '" crystal. By changing the slider position

,common, every-day sort of cor1resppndence Two other. pieces of apparatus arenecessary the transmitting. station should ( .'.
''r r 'paper has beencontinued that cannot be readily constructed be pickedup.. ,
' + -they are the telephone condenser After a station Is once picked up
from
.
day to dayvfrom ..
,'___ fJ month to month, from and the receivers. A telephone It Is an easy matter to adjust the detector .k, ,!t
r condenser to be used In shuntIng and slider position until maximum
x.' -r' year to year. across the phones can be purchased response la obtained In the 'telephone r$
j for about 50 cents; receiver With a simple set 5'M C Ci"5 "
HERE '1St SOMETHING DIFFERENT For us* with a'radio receiver of of the.kind described In this and preceding st ,;t
this type It la recommended that apair articles and a little practiceone .
Put,iip yin cleverly' contrived cartons. We are showing some of of 3,000-ohm. Murdoch type No. soon becomes adept at picking ulr) "'"
the celebrated; Hammermill stationery, with a ripple finish-;something NJ receivers, costing $6, be'purchased. a given station. The entertainment
'that has not before been shown in this shape. Two hundred and fifty These are all the necessary. parts derived from listening| Is usually 4" \..
sheets of elegant paper printed tastily with a corresponding number needed for the complete receiver. well worth the time spent and the '
of/envelopes. / : printed in like fashion, will equip any office, desk or If it is desired, the three InKtru- money Invested. .tJ /

home with' writing material seldom equalled-never excelled neat, r
novel and nice; and so arranged as to be kept clean and convenient. 4Ji '"
. NOTICE TO FORD OWNERS I School Will Open ,jl <
;" .:,TOry NOT CALL AND SEE THIS STOCK? Creek r ,.lOc
At Shingle
d.
LET US EXCHANGE THAT OLD' :
OFFICE OF THE BATTERY FOR A NEW ONE.: LIBERAL . ; 5 :"k"t
At the meeting Monday of the county ' ,+w. ,
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Kissimmee ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR: 5. '
Valley Gazette OLD BATTERY school board it was decided that _
OUR PRICES ARE -
RIGHT. there should be a school maintainedat Hens _
Shingle Creek during the coming Moulting
,. :N. .-The cost of a carton is conservative, and the satisfaction OSCEOLA MOTOR COMPANY"" term to be opened on Monday, Sep-
y'M to be gained is most satisfactory. KISSIMMEE FORD DEALERS tember 4. Some time since Miss Cor- Need Purina Chows' J

35-2t FLORIDA nelia Lancaster had been engaged tentatively 'j

, ..' ::.T- ------ -- - .. --___ _.___ _.________ ___ ______ _._ _._ ____ as teacher for that school, Moultdragging? Yourhens .'.
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i I'T : but a petition was received' by the
4 Y-y MrwtpeNea board asking that the. pupils in that don't get enough protein. ,
HOME IQ district be handled by the Kissimmee Feed it to them or they'll rob CHICKEN '.A

vf schools. The board tooV the mat- their body-tissues to get it 1

..SWEETSOME 8 .... ter under advisement. "*Tn Monday and laying will come to a CHOWDER ..
.... another petition bearing about the
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sudden stop. Feed Purina -w,..... ,
same number of signatures was pre-
Chows. Give hens the
sented praying that the school be con- your ..
.I _'- material need for both'' ,.
o they
tin 7' y. ducted there as primarily planned.
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.TA aI :;:: I'fOT 'j"VrOCA 1 1. ,,, .t 'yam Miss Lancaster will therefore, teach feathers and eggs, and you
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t eA K/N6 ; y the pupils in that district. will be repaid many tUnes PURINA '
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.;. Jt WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! over. HEN HOW ,.<

...cum... not
Place your orders for veneer blocks MoreEggsGuarantee ::' :
and split blocks at once for the summer -
months. Blocks delivered Itt The Pvrina Mill 4u ,....,..*"that yoo i.,.:,
F ., - $2.95 for 120 blocks; split for stove wffl gt moss egg. or ;your atoatf

t OM.I"At fAN s I Wood, gI1ara"teed'fun strand, p.16.Parties Chowsdlr.r .
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60 OUT.-MD ptAYAtOw! j OK SAN 'small stoves .
with can be -
supplied
: ,tt -c.L'. YN. -W6H--' 4, [OATH oMe /AND t'ATi' with any: length from 12 inchesto .4.-
L '
:: --r- -18 ,inches.; ',No'change in price. unfit FLORIDA FEED STORES is

2: Friday! September 15. Get in your w ;
winters: supply while prices are low. ,

All delivered..} Phone'p1; 616. Brack .
street, 4;..Bonnin.? $ -tt 306 .Broadway -
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..Tbe'I''GasetU's JOb department nt U 'TELEFiHONE 'US.. :YOUR NEEDS
-1 equipped to do all kinds of Job printing ; ,
<' on short'notice: and at reasonable '
oj prices. We make a specialty of :Call, Up;:,No.. 218, .
loo**:Jeaves for..Jeq..1.tf: ,.
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.....,. ah ..M sa; fo. fwy,.,,.. t- S :r..", -:' { ,i i'L ,"*< Buy." ,.<.atock-IJI", :i ,.,..*Osceola'Growem. ..* .-r- -' *._J -
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THE klSSM&tEE[ 'VALLfiT GAZETTE.. FRIDAY.. AUGUST 11.1'22.' ':. -,C- _

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: 'fF.! AMP'01V ( Democratic' Nominees f 'Epperson, WHlI--.

- ,II) ... Conscientious Vi....and Tq.cr stndloiia.A car :, .ADVERTISEMENTS! : :FoV THe Legislature I torn: . 'c. ..

In Teaohlnir Violin. Will teach'I" IEISJI Liberty-R.. H. Weaver; BristoL
at Home of Pupil.. -Fer appoint- : NOTICBTn or ATR'I.. .A.LIa.. NOTION'OS* : MadisonJ.. E T
meot phone 110, Saint, Cloud. ,:1 '( ', ) Herewith are given the complete .Whittyj:; CiM/r-/
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. IItf' 'Circuit Court for the iftn ludt* chant, Madison. _
*. .... +. .*. .. .. Cal Circuit of the State"of Florida. In Notice I I. hereby list of democratic nominees for state, Manatee Wallace Terviiv}: Biden-
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'' I : land for-Osceola.. County. Inc Chancory:, van.' purahaaert of '
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senator from
the .
aeveral
I Lewis districts town. : Horst Complainant, versus J. M. 118 dated the fth >
I Wlnstanley, .a widower, Respondent.j 11lk. has filed aald the Marion-Nathan
liat i also "
including the' holdover .Mayo; Summer-
D1CKERSONCdNTBACTOR Foreclosure of mort....: Notice, of of loo, and baa mad*> ; ],
B. .Ma.t.r' Bale: Notice I. hereby given deed to Issue In the, .latter being from :th. 'district: j'field; Fred Hocker. Ocala. .
that under and by virtue .( a Anal doors > Bald certificate f
't', AND BUILDER entered In the above styled cause described property, FOR SALE ''.which hare the odd numbers,, with the' onroe-J''r"., .Busto; George: I.

-. I.on. the Special 14th Master day of June.appointed A; D.-In*521 this, 1,- County.Undivided,Florid.' ..' to >.1 exception of districts' nine and twen1Jtyee jKnowles..Key WeU ', j jI

'Brick-layingv. Lathing Plastering' cause, will on the first Monday In Sep of SB*. Section IT- ._. ).--Quavss.. at' to ;the several quart.varieties Hurry.! j en-...whfch'were,Vacant becanst''of I .NaasauS; A.'OffUvie/ ; J. Hampton,

Painting tember same being the 4th day.of Sep RangVast.. . T. N Clark. 911 Mabbette' : death .Jon.CaUahan., ..- ..,'. >
tember,A1: D.> 1832. -o"er for sal and .. ": : I
No. 121 Brack Street, Kisslminee.O. The id land .'< n. (
City. x
.. : ell at public outcry for cash In hand date of the Issuance District Name. Residence) Okalosa-Paul 0; Adams, Crestview. -
0 to the highest bidder, at the front door la the '
name.of B. *
Seven- hundred head of .
of the Houssln I-W. H. Mapoles CVestvi.w i <
Court
Klsatrnnre Oceola *- aid certificate < stock cattle. If Interested ,
. F.. KRIBBS Vf. 3. STEED. County, Florida, during; the Irral 1 cordlnr to law, .* .u:.- *Henderson, .postofnce I z.Jc.hnPo: Stokes, PenaacoIa.: ,'Okeechobee-D., R.. MeNeill, Ok...
' hour of sale, the following described thereon on tb..Ibt '
: Ocala, Florida. 16-6tx
chobee. *>
KRIBBS &: STEED property Vii: The Bast-half of all of D. 1"1. i I 3.B: H/Undsey, Bonifay. -
. ? that part of the Northwest quarter i. t Orange&.S. Gr1fn'Orlsn4o; ..
| !--Oldamar 'Tractor; almost 4-W. J. Singletary Grand Ridge ; H.,
At..r..,.. sad n. jaslera ...Law (NWYI) 01' the I Southeast quarter Cle k with plow. coulter, disks, and '
K....__ .........; (SEl'). and the Southwest quarter Oceol. ," *. Cheap for cash. Allison 5.-+w. P. Shelly, ,Telogia.4 H. Wetherincton, Apopka.;

...."' rietlrei la all at. ..4 (SW NBU%)) of of. Section the Northeast Thirty-two quarter(II), (SEAL. ) By : Postotflce UulldliiK. 6-tf r lt.-:.3. W. I Anderson,.,Greensboro. Osceola-C. S.-Acre. Klsslmmce.,,

.. Vlte Stale* Ceeirt Township .fl:1) (11) South SS-lt Original Watkins Product. .T-Oscar M, ;Eaton. Lakeland.. Palm BeachM. D. Carmlchael
Ranse Twenty-nine East lying city territory still Oct West Palm
-W. C. Hodges Tallahassee. j ..Beach.
South of Shingle Creole containing NOTICE Of offer and free s m- ,
Pat .Johnston O. P. 'OAnRJIIT twenty-five (II) acre, more or leas, i Write today. The .J. R. Wat- 9-;. ft- Mitchell .Elf era. Pa co-Edwin S.. Dew Puad. Ia.
situate In Osceola County Florida. InCircuit
Court
JOHNSTON & .CARRETTATTpRNEYSATYAW .. Same being sold In payment of part cial Circuit of the Company.Tennessee.Department. 79 "Mem-.Ux 10-R. H. Rowe Madison Pfnenae-M.1W.. Ulmer; Largo.

of the. Indebtedness a. mentioned In ,and for,Osceola -'- -t L -__ _,,I 1 1-John- Sr Taylor Larboro.- _PolkThos..... BryantJ.akelandi B._
the final decree. And on the same day 1 M. Q. Waring, -Six room house In -fine ; r .
4 : Band at the same place and at the same' timeI Nancy T. Whaley. .. :' electric light: irood wat !12-J. H. Scales, Perry. K. Bollard Lake.,Wales. >
'Ofce.iIO,. i 1 and 12,, Osceola will, a* such Special Master offer' the Kstat ; lots;, some furniture chick Putnam-Henry S. McKensie C. H.'.*
BuildingA for sale and sell at public outcry for ley deceased .. and ; tree'; 15-Tom Campbell, WVst' "Palm Beach. ;
cash In hand tothe..highest, bidder the I ure of Chattel : for a llkari..1lrr 14-W. W. Phillips, Late 'City. KenMr ..Palatka.TSanta ., .

JCIBSIMUEBL. TLOIUDK, followltl.'de.crlb..cI/prop.rty.All of Lot Three (I), and all via of: Lot that Masters under Bale.and by Poatoffice-Seventeenth.Box lit street Saint Cloud and!L 15-D; E. Knight Starke. : .Rosa J. H.? Harv Il; J. C.

.. ... Pour (4) North of the right-of-way decree entered .June avenue .14-ltx: 1-Jamcs.E. Calkins;. Fernandina. M ttRae. Milton. -n -r'--- .
the Atlaatlo Coast" . _
Line Railroad, except -I that I. the
: : Beginning rat the Northeast corner ;I will on the first -Furnished cottage- three ,T-J.- B. :Johnson, Live Oak., .. .Sarnota-4jf. Lord.,Sarasotaj"
BATHS
:REID'S of Lot (4), run West S.lt same being the.4th
and bath: also four room up. 18 J., Turner Butter Jacksonville. Seminole-Forest i Lake Sanford.
:
chain., South 7.64 chain Northeaster.ly j A.' D. nil at the apartment and bath. Apply to .
Bet For Muy Dueases along the -parallel ol the Atlantic court house In : : T. Morrison corner Lake and I Id-M. O. Overstreet,"'Orlando. St.JobnsH. Jt. Piper; H. E.,Mahr,,
I Coast Line 5.69k chains, North S.S1 County--Worlda 7 -
14-4to St.
I ' ((20( -N. J. Wicker Coleman. Augustine.T" :, -
chain to point of beginning: Also except hours of sale offer __ .
Good bath. with water direct fronjj' : Beginning twenty (10) feet East public outcry for : !-Modern- five-room bunga 21-W.:. J. pperson, Bronson. St.. Lucle-A. W. Young, Vero.Snrater .
ae;: : :
J of the Southwest corner of Lot four highest bidder, porches, on lot about .
medicinal well. Open 'Tuesdays, I!1(4) In Section Thirty-six ((3$) Township I personal property: Twelve orange tree In full 22-T. T. Turnbull Monticello. -S. W* GetsenWebster.-

\Thursdays, Saturdays, from 9:30 .a.j jmto00p.m.J..A Twentyrflve (16), South of RangeTw.ntyelght All that stock of Apply to It 1''" A. T. Morri ?3W. M., Igou. Eustis.24.WsIL4aIOflerKi7Westr. -- Suwannee:-:A. W.: He ,->Will.Qab -
shortdrlvdfromlKisslmmee. !(I (II) East and run North In. Osceola and Lake and Aderhold. .
:-t1 r,S0halns.Zaat2.13-rbatnat1touth! marked- -...... -- - . -' -I4-4tc: --- ...D..Mucer..11W'" ,. ., ,
TBona 208. If" chain. Bait ....76 .chains. South I over-slope In the I Taylor-G.- T. Jlendry.1"erJ7.., '
'- (.* chain. West 4.76 chain. Mouth of Clubs. !.-On brick street.. Four! 25-H. .H. Wells, Chipley
Orders for the water may be left 4." chains. West I." chain: All. except Purchaser to pay bath lights, water; several I 28-W. A. Russell. Crescent City. I Union-C. H.: Register,,.Lake But
: Beginning at the Southwest cor- Dated at Klsslmmee, orange and grapefruit tree. ler.
.
street.CHAS.
at residence, 614 Patrick ner of said Lot Four (4) and run day of August. A. J,) bargain. S. B. Morrey Apop-: 27-Dr. E.J., Etheridge, Sebrln .
thence East 118 U feet to the right-of- ..-u.: 28:-Howard G.: Putnam, Oak Hill. 1 I Volusla J.' A:; Harper' rsonE.'

NEID.: Owner way of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad UB felaIB : - .LK-,Shear- Daytona '_'_ __,__ "
thence along said right-of-way K Missionary strawberry 29-T; J. Knabb.;:M lenny: .- -- +

In a Northeasterly direction 115 feet Solicitors for from excellent stock. Price 80-Dr. D. N. Cone, White Springs. Wakulla.-Chsries. J:; -FerrelU.Arran. -. ;
to the starting point of the lands to per thousand delivered parcel .
: be herefrom excepted. thence North PERTAINING TO express. Limited amount for 31-W A MacWilliam, St. Augustine I .

Telephone. -Of flee. No. 51; Residence easterly feet thence along( North said 106 right-of-way feet, thence 105 .Deen Seed Company. Orlando IS-ltc 32-Dr. J., H. Colson, Gainesville. Walton-Herman Bludworth De-.

No 118, Southwesterly parallel to said rlKhtof.y Christ's Following is the list of democratic: Fun iak. Springs.Washington '

Hour: S:10: to 11:001.00: ; to 6:00DRB. : to the point.J05 feet of said, thence starting South place.105. feet All ( ; nearly-Wooden new. Apply washing 201 Main ma nominees for- the position of representative . -L> A. Brock, Chipley.STATEMANSHIPNEEDED ..
I
In Section Thirty-six (IS) Township 0-tt I
L. WILKERSON Twenty-five (J$) South of Range I Corner Brack from the various counties, and : /
I Twenty-eight J8) East. Containing For Kent. Varnished I their place of residence; -
DKNTISTOfHce FJlJthty-1 hr.. (83) acres, more or I..... Walter : and No Trespass Card*. 10 Alachua IN LEGAL PROFESSION
Situate In Osceola County Florida. Sunday School each at The Gazette office. --O. M. Tillman, Camp-j
Over The R.xaU Store. Same being sold In payment of part 4-tf ville; J. L. Mathews, Bland. .
of the Indebtedness. as mentioned In That the failure of the bar is
the final decree relative to that piece. 10:00: a. m.-Sun< -Fine residence property Baker-R. Powers, Macclenny.
Each of the above described tracts national lesson. at the offlcs of The Valley: BayEd) Stokes Panama largely due to a lack of proper' education -:

wUl be sold separately. Purchaser to I 11:00: a. m.- .... Klsvlmmee. 1-tf City. |! and tbe influenceof .tbe ima___
pay for listed this let day ofAugust Bradford_E. S; Mathews, StarkeJ'T. ,
JESSIE D. KLEINMAN 1.-8.'ul I cial bible teaching. -One nets Electric Wall B. Pinholster Brooker. ', terialistic spirit of the age Is the' belief :
,
J. S. CADEU 7:15 p. m.- Practically new. At a rea
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of Willjam Gibbs MeAdto'former
As Special Master In Chancery. ing. price. Apply Valley Qa- Brevard.-J. J. Parish, Titusville. -
Copying Stenographic Work KKIHHH .. t-" of the In '
HTEKD I 8:00 n. m.-Divine ., Broward-Carl P. Weilding Fort secretary treasury. aa
II Solicitors for Complainant., 14-4t testimony. -Two boy' suits. 4-year interview for,the Dearborn- independ.ent -
.Phone 253. State Bank Building ---- .. : Lsuderdale. I
velvet. one dark blue, '
NOTIOH FOR FINAL.. UIBCHARtJHIn 2:30 p. m.- on. II Mr. MeAdoo who Ja :
now practlcing -
I I --- ble class. green Russian style white Calhoun-A. J.McClelland, Bfountt-' .
The Court of County Judge. State of and cuffs detachable. Nearly I law, said:
.- Florida. In the Estate of Jno. M. 8:00 p. m.- Apply 101 Main street. 4tf, town. [L "When I studied law In college In
I..e. Utceased. Osceola County. timony. Preaching. Citrus-Fred Van- Roy, Crystal
Notice Is hereby given to all whom It Everybody I FOR RENT I the south the law was looked 'upon' as '
I may concern that on the, 11th dar ofS..pt.mb.r. River.: .
I"
A. D. 111. I shall apply .. 'Come. an honored profession :which : gave"
-Comfortably furnished II Clay-L. E. Wade Green Cove
CITYMEATJARRET to the Honorable T. L Comer Judge lieve.
with running water and prl- /great opportunities for ptablij service.
of said Court. of :'
a* Judge Probate for Springs.
I my final discharge a. Executrix o'th" ChrUtian : entrance Church.;. 21 I'osslel avenue, I I ICorda. We were taught that upon our "houi-
I estate of Jno. M. Lee, deceased and 15-ltc Charlotte- W. Shelly, Punta
that at the time I will den. was a great responsibility
; earns presentmy I
final accounts as Executrix of saidestate Allen J. -Four-room modern flat, I I!the public welfare.'* Statesmanship
and ask for their ..pproy.LUat.d bath front porch close-in Columbia-I. W. A. Rivers, Lake
10:00 entrance. See Mrs. H. J. was perhapsthe. most .Important
July S.'A. D. 111. a. m.- : partof
DORA S. LEK. 112 Beaumont avenue, north: City; Perry Witt, EllavlllDadeBeir :
Yowell our course; The ideals,of the *
10-ftt Executrix.NOTICB XI pro
Fresh Mcjxt and C. Willard Miami
11:00 a. m. : fessionwereas jmporaittL.Ctb.LIit: 1
OF. APPLICATION FOR' TAX "Obedience." -Twenty-four acre farm I I DeSoto-W. D. Bell, ..Arcadia.Dixie .
DEED .. south of' Saint Cloud; cucation) of the technique of the-Jaw,
VegeiablesPhone 7:00 p. m.- 'r'L:1 mile off hard road:; -Thos. A. Fletcher. "Fletcher.
f Today with law, schools turning eot:
Notice fa- Hereby ''Given That A. M 8:00 p m.-..Union I Implements. Apply William D. Duval-F.tJ--MiUer.: A. Y MHam
Chlsholm. purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. Baptist church. 11 Main street. Klsslmme lawyers'by'ihonsmnd* 'inneh ai'; Ii
Pc '0. dated the 7th day of June, A. tUx: Jacksonville. business
44 D. 'UO has filed aid certificate In my 8:00. p. m. I 'Escambla FrankX.. Carroll JohnClay college 'torniouiiosk-keep-:
office, and ha* mad application for Meeting- -Nicely furnished flat: : :. ers'and stenogtaphera i b aroall
tax deed to Issue In accordance 'with We welcome conveniences.. Low. rent for o Smith;,, Pensacol *' ;
lawi Said certificate embrace the following you I W. B. Harris. If-" opportunity: for: the-student to Imbibe .
us. -< FlaglerrFrLV'Byrd! :: ,;'Buhnell. .
described '
property situated In t -tradition<;and ideals:tat are ao "
Osceola County. Florida. to-wltt .1 WANTED. .Franklin A J. '
DENNING' Cues Carrabelle.
DR. It. J. '..WH of NH of Lot 1, In. ...tlon SS, M..u.t necessaryto ;prevent i Mm r frmn''becoming
. DENTISTi: Township. 15 South. Range II East *.?" 3_iy-,. -Man -of ability as. renre-: Gadscfen_E.,, Paul Gregory,l If;Quincy a mere fb Mi.ytthakacai4dbe.toriety .' ; i
t >,v The said land belns assessed .t.th. Rev. fl.:;F.:' iln your county for high, ; M., L. Hinson, IIln.on.J.:': \ "
Oiei..'the Postoffiee.OFFICE : date of the Issuance\ of said c.rUftcate proposition. Salary and com seeker,_ ,Aj.:return' to the ,old
(. In the name of B. 'R. Saimon-. 9:45 ".'* Write A. H. Stanley Dis" Gl de"--D. W/ Stephenson, ,Moore of 'educatl 'atudent'course ,
HOUnS: to 11:19.: llt: te a. m.- .. system : ;wheD the
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed 100 Bishop Building, Haven. (
Residence Phone 174- according to law. tax deed will Overstreet Florida. 26-lto ,mbree4' wide.range.of.cul
Office Phono 158 Issue thereon on the. list day of August 4:00 p. m.-Junlor Hamilton-J. B. We,herington; I, .'
tural subjects welL
as as': thorough
D. : a.
A. 192% 7:00 m.-Senier -One-horse "wagon standard
J. f.. OVERSTRBET. tional. p. State price Postofnce HOT J. McCall Jasper. I course l in political' ltIit Jj'.nd iclenc.would' ..
Seal .. ....
( ) IS-tf r Hardee S. D. Williams Wauchula.Hernando '
................... Clerk ClrculC Court. 8:00: o m.-Union -- do mucb't purge the bar of
'
Osceola County. Florida. -Hugh Hale, Brook lville. '
Baptist church. MSCELLANEOUS the spirit of materialism that Is
M. TILLER 81-61 By S. II. Bullock l I' C. 8.00 p. m.- Highlands-Rev, John A. Taylor., meating 1t" , per..

HAND GOODS. .
sold
Ul'AIUJlAI0'1'1] ] (''') OF APII.lA'l'Il'f Meeting. bought Scbring.
.
The Casino. 44-tf ,

Real estateRealty Ae FOR DIMCMAKtiK! Presbyterian )(] -Fall edition. Con. HilUborough T. Stuart, Tampa Advertising Js of no :-mor. ,Importance -,

nannoa..ea..flflettfl..t ..In Court,of State the of County Florida.Judge 1 In OsceolnCounty lie ..;,,- fund .of fine Information for: ; C. II. Taylor, Plant City. I to merchant J than; ,.gasoline( ,..if

Bought and sold. tale of Miriam '1'. Munger Minor. Rev. W. II. Dresch. to those or beginner already familiar and of Holme!!-A. W. Weeks, Bonifay. to an automobile. ..*
Notice. I. hereby given to all whom It I
Truck Growing. If Jackson-Dr. E_ Harris; Amos
Houses rented. you
9:45
that T. : a. It
may concern as (luardlan of m.- "
' Miriam T. Munger. Minor will on the 7:00 m.-Junior already receiving our cata Lewis, Marianna. :
Taxes paid and Titles verified 8th of p. write today for copy. Kllvore ..
day September. A. D. 1922. "thtw.pk"
deavor. : riant Jefferson D. II. Monticello
for non-residents. from the date hereof apply to City, Florida. May., ; ,
; ;1 the Honorable T. L. Comer County 7:00 p. m.-Senior 34-4tc I W. B. Bishop! Capps.! I '
Fire Life apd Accident In- ; ;] Judge of said county. for my final dlnI deavor. Anyone suffering from tu- Orange. Spot: Inn
I. charge .. such Uuardlan: nnd shall 8:00 p. m.-Union .'.. Indigestion or malaria Lafayette-D. 'C. Geiger, Mayo.
turance. also present my final accounts for approval Lake Dr. W. A. McKenzie Lees-
'Indemnity Bench.P. Baptist! church. well to write me. W. F. Pop,, AMODERN HOTEL .

Dated July 10 A. r. IttS.MARK 8:00: p. m.- _._Florida._ ItUx'n burg; L. D. Edge, Grpveland. All Rooms With Bath .'

.S...... ,\ .o..oo.+.... Jl-8t MUNGER.Uuardlan. service. IN SMASIIUP Lee-S. A. Henderson, Fort Myers. NEAR OCEAN SUMMER, RATES '

Leon-A. II. Williams Fred II.
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HtCUISTRATION NOTICH I St John's. ( Reeves, of Klssimmee,, Davis, Tallahassee. MELBOURNE. FLORIDA '

P.. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYATLAW Notice Is hereby given that the Refcilstratlon Rev. L. H. injured last night when .
_. .,,.
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Books for Osceola. county. h .-- - -- -
in which she! was rid- J
l I Florida will be open at the office of theflupervijor 9 45 m.-Church a.
of Registration of Osceola a. in a smashup. on the Or- t ': ,
OFFICESWinter i -
county. Florida Monday, August 7. A.
Park. Florida U. 19U. and will close Saturday, October First Baptist road.: Miss Reeves
14,. UU.Th. to the hospital where it BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY .
.. Registration Book In each Rev. J.. A. Sutton, _
Election District in. the county. will be that she will be able to re

: open Monday September 4. 1922, and 9:45 a. m.- her home today. Orlando CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS .
.
will close Saturday October 14. 121. .
,) DLJ.J.HARVEYCHIROPODIST All person who are 21 year of age Lupfer, Jr., Sentinel. __
OF TAMPA and over, and who are citizens of the for all ages. Join WOOD BRICK, STONE, '
United and who have res4Idents .
State been 11:00 .
a. m.-
,... Will[ be at The Graystone Hotel of the State of Florida for the Farmer. an acre of strawberries. STEEL, STUCCO ....} ,
_
month. past twelve months, and of. the Countyof
the 7th and 8th of each
I I Osceola for the past six month, are 7:00 p.an.-B. Y. MUZZLE DOGS N. F. BASS JACK BAS3 '
entitled to register. service. Miss : '
j W. C? BASS. 322 Royal Street 516 Sproule, Avenue.H.
dent. I
Supervisor of Registration. I L '.
Saturday, July 29, 1922, until .
''13-I2t Osceola. County. Florida. 8:00 p. m.-Unlon :
KISSIMMEE PLUMBING Baptist church. September 5, 1922, all dogs '

NOTICK: OF' APPLICATION FOR TAX 7:30 p. m. at Jarge- within the limits of HAROLD HUMK M. P. SIMMONS D. A. MOKRISON." .
SHOP DEED meeting.Free President. Vice President Bee. Tress, ,
of Klssimmee, Florida, must j
Notice Is hereby given that F. Ar- seats and Best Fertilizers Luectiddes '
found at : Sprayer Poultry SnppBet
muzzled. Dogs
thur NRv. purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. strangers well ,
as as!
,; Nothing Too BigJfothinirToo ( lilt dated the 7th day of July, long: here. muzzles, as prescribed [Honest Goods Fair Prices Prompt Shipment/ _
-, A. D. 111. and of Tax Certificate No. | .
1290 dated tho.7th.jjay of Jutl.e..A..I A church.j of, the j> ; will be impounded and . . Ask Tour N.I.ber-He Kn... "' _
-
.SmaU. 'I.1110. has filed said certificate In l my'ofllc" people. I>'released excepl'TipoiF fIle "'O.t-NZW-4ULY--1at--Frtce lA tf JUBT USDEDTHAT : T. _ ,
i and has made application for tax
;
'' 1 I deed tb Issue In accordance with Jaw. of the sum of one doHarj-to .- &PAINTELSERThiZELCO..JacksoasiIIs-fIodda' ____. ___
; rAll Guaranteed Said certificate embrace the following ONE COUNTrs S .. .
< ; ;: Work fee of 26c for each days '* --
I described property situate In Osceola --I',
: To Ac Satisfattory County, Florida, to-wit: BY Refusal to pay these .

.-: l I Beginning 'the northeast corner the killing of the animal.C. _
of Lot 71. of the Florida Land and Improvement In 1910 Manatee ;

: ;J5Broad way : Telephone I .143 Town of Klsslmmee Company's City..Addition, run; south to' the It* ulation of 9,650, U. DriI'' er., ;
I feet ...t.IG feet, north la r :feet. east Chief of Police. 'I'I IURAN: GE-I.
/ !
JCO feet to b.gianittg.Tb.uouth were $5,452.209. Iii Florida July 27 1922. ,
.
: ;
i-:; j I 4.. f..t of Lot TI .of the POp latlon' of 17,712; .
f
r;
) aa-at
.I Florida Land and Improvement Corn ';J \ pRpfEcrs ii
brtr .'Malaria CWJIa.Jpany*'* Addition to the Town of KIs- values, were'. $ :, IJ. .; ____
.slmras City, -.-, ten, ..ars of'9,172 in '
'ie:666'F. ; BOotu V.,.,. F I Tb. said-land being assessed at the y ;. "
... : .. ......!. .0-: ,
date 01.. .anco-- f said-certificateinthe arain.of- $ ,a.4j,22iS- ,I.& ---"< ':"''Ji.- -- SEaV.tSE
.;,.. .-; ..u.4 iAGdpy. name of &.A. Tlner, and Unknown. adth1awutzgbt: S ; : : ,.;I ;r
:Unless ,said certificates shall be redeem- : ,
r ] i I ed according t. law.tax deed will Issue penditure; 'of less :6"6' ..... .R' .. _
a; bare roomto .einall I1 I th.r02,on.. the,;JLUb.. day of, August, A yertismants'In '' -'SAJISFH5: 'i 1 ,\
... It jroa rent a L.. ;UII. : .r.1: I :f'.J _' _
-' adv.rtIumsnt'noui<: ''classlflsd eollwM 1 I I -j. - J. L.6VKR8TREBT;' y the distribution of'. ) C'.c

:.. ',t.imu fill the L: -:" ; 48-tf. I i,*'.e**,- --, -Clerk Oc.ola vireiuiuoarv.-County., Florida. -' -,s'*' anel., b.'... ,-............;,....... ; ** ; ,. GiII.; :sal ;Few : ..1JSUMNEEGNCY; O
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_CRT THE KISSIMMEB,TALLKT GAZETTE:FRIDAY. AUGUST' 11. ItU _
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'( IN s lETY'f REALM Disclaimed ,Liability New -Road For'Neld High SchoorFacplty .:.t.r ,

t' ? |I' For Damage By, Water Is To BevSurveycdA Has Two New MembersJohn .


N OHIO PAPER TELLS County commissioners on Monday' peN%jot<< war presented .to the : A. Beeson, of Atkins, Arkan-
received a. communication front 11. M. unIa.lonerl'en C *as, has1 been engaged'by the county :
'OF FLORIDA WEDDINGThe
county Mondaybearing
fO More
frequent. trip made by L.. CT'ler"'to : Breaker asking $160 as damages toa >flve' ignaturesof'interested; school board as tutor in science and Eight Days
second-hand billiard table which he
for the coming 'and is
Athletics year,
sunny Florida are now revealed land-owners asking that -a road be
dad stored In the Southland garagein
coming highly reccommended. He Itof'
aa being: more than aim plythose constructed due east fromNeld'amlneral
t the current year. County' Agent a family of teachers, all of them
+ of a business nature, for Sunday wells to the brick road leadingto .
Wilson explaine I that when the garage welt: brothers
evening',he reached Wooster in Orland ranking -one of his being -
: distance approximating
with bride; was proffered, to the! county asa principal 'of,the high 'school at "I "
whose name about and one-fourth miles.It .
a one
company
place In which to hold a fruit andve..etable Just'Elg'ht More Days in Which To Take
until July 20 was 'Miss Katherine E. .appeared to .be the opinion.of the Manatee. Mr. Beeson has an 'A. B. ,

f V'' Derbyshire, of Kissimmee.! The marriage display early in the year he commissioners. that the. road joiningthe degree from Meridan college of Mississippi Advantage of This Attraction Of'' '
/ had found no place In the building .
as will ai a B. S. degree from ..
was performed on the morning brick highway af'thei. residenceof ,
c' of the above date In the home of her where the roof was not subJect'to Clark Howell should suffice for all the University of California; and has, OFFERED .
leakage-a fact substantiated by the BIG VALUES BY
parents, Dr. and> Mrs.. E. Derbyshire, need of dollars toi needs-as that would make a route also, .a. special Florida certificate in . r
paying nearly fifty .
r'r \by Rev. William Landis, pastor of the only half-mile longer, and the countywas I science.
i have a portion of the roof recovered.
Methodist church at Saint Cloud. Miss i forced to "keep up" that highway Miss Annie Shockley comes from ''
He had told his men to move back all
Derbyshire is all only daughter, and no matter what other roads'might be Lowell, Florida, as teacher of math '
besides being a woman of decidedly objects in the place so as to allow created. ematics. She Is a graduate of the A. S. GILBERT[
space for displays, and the table was
State College for Women where she
attractive personality and graceful !I The chairman of the board said .he ; t
:.; bearing, is also gifted with considerable -I probably among the things removed. had looked up the route proposed by won her B. S. degree, and has alsoa '
Mrr-Wihron added that he had ,
t business nccumen. The romance ''Mr. Neld- and that it would run 1 state certificate. Miss Shockley has 45 Main Street .
.thought nothing more about the mat- ,
between and his bride be. several taught one year in Florida.
\ Mr. Tyler through cypress ponds] and I

.Iran when they were introduced by a,I ter until was a few called days to"the ago fact when that his wat-attention asked if the owner of the wells.would -The school board .feels.gratifiedthat 1 ..,... .- ,, -.J....
k mutual friend and former Wooster' be satisfied if the older road it has secured a complement of :
was put
ter had leaked through the roof. The IF YOU ,
teachers for the Kissimmee schools FAIL TjCLJELUY JHESE
woman, Mrs. Charles Funk. The I''hi proper shape for travel. Mr. I .
matter discussed
by
was thoroughly ,
; c bride is of northern birth, her former 'I Neld negatived that proposal; said, which will commence on Monday, '
the board and the attorney, and thedecision '
home having been in Indiana until was reached that neither the that he had expended much money on September 11. GOODS AT THESE LOW PRICES'YOU ',

twelve years ago when the family his venture and was to,spend an additional -I I .f
county nor its officials Were In any Chia
; went south. The couple took an auto '' large amount In the way of La/ ARE

t trip of several days to various places way have liable been for inflicted any injury upon which'might'the table opening a sanitarium if he could geta I Guaranteed To LayR. MAKING. A BIG ,MIS--,'. ;; t

Jin t the state including a visit to Mr.Tyler's road. He was willing'to pay' $100 ffl
the months which had'elapsed ,
during seven .
R.
outside
Lay, living just the
at DeLand. I' towards such TAKE.
grove personally an end, and J
since the closing of the exhibit -'
limits
City: ,is determined to"build
.
r a Mr. Tyler is proprietor of the L. C. declared the entire road could be made upa

Tyler Company, and has built !up a It was considered that it all storagein 'for $200 additional. I| poultry plant which will not only bea ......
the building where was .
credit to Kissimmee but will
fine business extending over a wide riskasere"th The county'engineer"was instructedtoanake i prove SPECIAL SATURDAY
I AND
tendered at the owner's MONDAY .
was :
to, good financial investment for himself -
-4 territory, yethelping.tomake Woosi -a iurvey-and estimate and.l'e-i)' .
-
fA*1\y exhibirs made byi Ifs '"--" -"-- '
i' ter better known by having his head. ''the county at the owner's risk. Some port at.the next session of the board.Ohio stitution establishing" su h n-T> Ten yarl3s"36-lncirSneelIng"for. . . .- :f.MF( 1
time will
.' quarters here. His firm is located on I aa rapidly as per- Only Ten Yards' to A Customer.
r of those were' rained upon--even mit, and has been securing some baby
r
brick
south Buckeye street in a new Man To
+ //structure which enhances the value though a large section ofthe' roof had Improve (chicks of the best strains-believing Six Yards of 27rinch Amoskeag Gingham.
.
of that the,been repaired. I And Occupy Property that highbred stock is always the better $1.00
r (hand appearance partof Twelve '
Only Yards to A Customer.
and realizingthat by careful 1
city. Mr. Tyler and bride will remainin
rrx Wooster until about January 1, OSCEOLA COUNTY PLANSTO j Frank Vilwock, of Cleveland, Ohio,I breeding he can still make better than t

-when they will return to Kissimmee GROW STRAWBERRIESHere 1tvho recently came into possession of what formed the foundation of his Another Lot of those

for several months stay. They will today to look over the straw- :'the old J. W..Miller home, and the fine flock. Another Lot. of Shoes" 1
J Magnolia street, east, and the fine There are few locations where Elegant HummingbirdHose
divide their time between; Woosteri berry fields and gather such information j I very '" ;;,

and Florida.Record, Woo i I as will be of benefit to them, is 'grove lying just northeast of and! in- better profits may be obtained from just in. Splendid that sell everywhere 4. ; J

4 f a delegation of Saint Cloud citizens 'tefE' ted by the corporate line of the poultry than in this county-because Goods, Well Worth '\ "."

TAFT LANDS SELLING headed by L. M. Parker, chairman of I limits of Kissimmee, has recent! II of the fact that the poultryman must $1.50: Price during at $6.50 the pair-that '

thfcjJChambcr of Commerce of Saint viewed his purchase and taken PM raise about three-fifths of the food *.

i J. F. Ange, president of the Orange Clo'Q. I session. He is greatly pleased with consumed by the fowls to show well sale only . . . $1.35 is the value. Close out .'

> Bank and Trust Company, and promoter Farmers and truckers of Osceola .this acquisitions, and will make num- I on the ledger. In this locality such .'.. ,

.t., of the Angebilt, the million- county expect to devote more atten- erous improvements upon the residence 11 thing can be done with no great Five bath towels, real at this sale for .1
/ only
dollar hotel now being erected in Orlando tion to strawberry growing the coming which he plans to use for his {kJft'ort-one man and an efficient helper good ones, 18x33 size, ";i

4$ was in Kissimmee on Wednes- seas n. This is true not only of winter home. Mr. Vilwock has ar- being able to 'care for from eight for . . . . . $1.00 $2.98. 'i
day, accompanied by a Mr. Hutchinson with work hundred to thousand head and
Saint Cloud, but especially of the sec- ,ranged M. J. Crowder a \
4, who is. connected :with an im- tion including Kiasimmee, where there his grove and .to look after the en- raise a large proportion of the food. ':\
"
portant company promoting the sale is considerable activity in strawberry : tire property. (The fowl-that ts cleanly fed will produce Don't Miss This Chance To Save I ''f|
of lands in the Taft section. This production.The The purchase of this property and a better egg--and the discrim- Money.
3';+ promoting has recently disposed I is Hundreds of Bargains on The Counter. ". }
company berry acreage in the Plant City',its occupancy by Mr. Vilw< ik meansa inating person always willing to .
of 10,000 acres near Taft to section will be increased over last great deal for '{;Miimmee, fo there I pay a higher price for that sort I

Polish capitalists who will. colonize i it< I will be much publicity given by the .
season, and growers as a rule report
with Polish farmers.ACKNOWLEDGES the condition of plants as fair to good. pew owner among h.d Cleveland 'Newcomer Has Leased SALE CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT AUGUST 19 ..

; CONTRIBUTION Rains have caused home damage to friends, and as is usual in such cases, Vacated 'Reed BakeryT. ,

., low 'it means that others will come(' to -
plants but
on land, generally the
Mrs. G.:W. Best, who has worked condition of the crop Is favorable. ,JCissimmee with a view to making R. Bennett, formerly of Bowling ,'r, ,

long-and strenuously to aid in mak- Plant City being the center of this their winter home: It means Green, Hardee county, has leased the

,,'' ing collections for the Near East, Is strawberry production in more homes, more groves, and more room recently -vacated by the Reed T+H

in'receipt. of' the following communication and permanent residents. bakery, and as soon as the desired
shipping almost as ,
many
w 'F1Orida// ,Changes, shall have been made will A. S.
s r, .' from. ',headquarters at Brooklyn as all of the balance of the I GILBERT
''
a
: bined, naturally attracts in ERRONEOUS ASSESSMENTS open a general merchandise store. j
'
f "We gratefuUy"acknowledge the receipt tions when they desire information I Mr. Bennett's family, in which there '

: of year' '' package of clothing, regarding this Il\dustry.-Plant City A. E. Donegan appeared before the are four children, will become residents -

f *bIch:Trill be' ,included in the next commissioners on Monday and called of Kiasimmee and the children
Courier 4, 45 Main Street
August phone :
cargo of supplies we ship to the Near' attention to several double assessments -/will tike advantage of the excellent ,Kissimmee. .., ; 35 4

East,*.Y; Your.tf.eO- JNjratlol\ will help INDUSTRIAL., EFFICIENCY" and to one erroneous assessment schools here. ,Mr. Bennett is very

r , save>hsman'iljYssyaed> \ !i is appreciated '.he claimed to have found among{favorably I impressed with Kissimmee, ,
+
.by:thia i committee.",' ?. "; , Commencing on ,Monday, ,August !the properties,he represents.In' one and the fact that there was promise of -. .
'f ... .; :- :..?,.' Io: ,....... ,..... " 21: there is to be demonstrated lease he stated that he had been.pay.Jan early and; continued interest in the County.Agent Wilson I Dangerous Conditions( % <

.,.l + "Af" METHODIST' CHURCH, Jackionville' more than two 'hundred ,ing on 320 acres of land on LakeCon- I berry culture was one of the attractions Talks About 'Berries Need State AttentionThe r

uses to which the Fordson tractorcan Din-but survey of the property had, causing him to decide to invest i _

r The, M pulpit will be sup- \ be put, and there is being extended 'shown there were but sixteen acres,this capital here. During the past month my time has crying need of .attention .q
to the '
.
,
pled} :at the Sunday, morning service to all\ farmers and growers and industrial the balance lying in the lake; and been given mostly to the culture of bridges spanning Reedy creek '\ M:;'f
; near 7
y ,by Rev. LeRoy B. Overstreet, of I managers an urgent Invita- stated that the assessor had admittedthe Business Women ',jBtrawberries. Nine meetings were the Polk county line, which has

'" 'H ine. City. Mr. /Overstreet is a tion to be present at this event which error. Steps were authorized to Will Form Club held to increase the Interest among oral\ times been related in sev-
the column.
1;' I
'?t former Kfssinynee boy and will no is chronicled as the greatest motor have the matter! corrected by the the farmers and business men of The Gazette, occupied the ,J
i commis
.k' doubtreceive- a hearty welcome by exhibit ever held in the far south. comptroller well.as to have some A general invitation Is extended to throughout the county, of the importance sioners' attention ,r!
t
r'- ,. ,the members of the to do' ,
'
ito the Inn ao .
invited to attend. meet at Newby on Tuesday : ;
.calls
attention 'fcside.
. to the event. It is an outstanding feature that had posted the Dixie -
Highway at each
/
evening, when it is that
: planned steps x
'will Che welfare of the people of Osceola end of the: long fill as "Dangerousbut ,"/ > ;5
"Business
be-taken to form and ) :
a
I
j1ll1ll1l1llJII11II1II1I1II1I1I county lies in the soil, and the tilling it determined
01111111111I11111111111111111111I11I1111111111111111111111 lllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllliliilllllllllfllllllt. II L Professional Women's' Club," as a was that it was the ''1\.1\
and production of crops in the county duty of the state road department "
ranch the national
,== == I of organization 'Twill( bring a market to our door that'!remove all elements of ;
== I .... == which has existeU for a number of will always serve the grower. 'nected with the bridges.danger The cdn,1:
= years Typists, stenographers. bookkeepers ev-l ::
With the support from
c proper was instructed to immediately notify A
clerks, and all who
women
= ery district in the county in furthering that body, laying special stress of the :'*
are in their ,
== engaged earning living the agricultural interests of Os-I I need for immediate "
A start in life i is half made. i= are'ellgf1le! to membership-and it is 'eeola action. The'entire :*
right a career county, we can make, our county distance through the is
swampIs] :
the hope that all such will attend. I ; l
While children education Ia banner producing section that will. dangerous to automobile driver got r.
your are getting an JThere will be several women from
Jive forever. I acquainted with the conditions' _siv- +'
The Bank With help them to = Orlando present who will address the I In the last month Osceola county,eral accidents having happened th.re ..""K
zs gathering and explain the chief ten
.== has received more publicity through -and the paving should be relaid; but) .:-
: : Ia == eta of the association. / the introduction of the strawberry] that work is entirely in the hands'of' .
: L"t
N Get Understanding vulture than she could have receivedin the state road ::
_ k = 'A i tY' I HELD FAMILY REUNION any otherjray. People are looking departmentNOTICE .u:

,.==: and C A very pleasant reunion of the out for good truck land,inquiries come OF BANKRUPT SAtE .t: ;: rf;

-' To know what it is to save; to know t h- Barber family was held last "Sunday in from many other sections everyday .,:)
e::::;: Willingness at Narcoossee, when there gathered about the county, and all papers .Sealed bids will be received u4ul !;:
,
value of 'dollar, and what it costs to earn == at the home of Mr,and Mrs. W. C. throughout? the state are,making favorable ,noon, August 19, 1922 for the JohnDell : .)
i i' )
to Serve one. If you do not teach them, this you.have I Barber Mr. and Mrs; ,W. J. Barber remarks about what we are Five and Ten Cent Stock,at .Xisstmmee "". !

E C. M. Barber- Beth Barber, Miss doing. Let's keep the good work going Florida, consisting dry. "'

not done your duty .>== Gladys Barber, and Mr. and M1'II.G. and the results 'will be astonish goods, notions, etc., and in voiced( at i.:

,' : DfPOSITS JNSURfD = A."Case and daughter, Miss Lois Lucille ing.The $1,094.62. ;,

AS A' PARENT:: '. Case, of Orlando. The affair present number of demonstrators J. M. DUNCAN,r'

.., 'a::=::: was very pleasant-and a dinner with .in the county Is 348, and during 85-2t Trustee.Wanted v
: the past month I have 'made sixty J t
all the delicacies was served In fine
M 5 The men of this country were boys who I ,
2' I style. :Before. the gathering separated visits There are six pig-club boys. .

,e learned to save. You can teach them to i=I in the, evening ice cream, and cake, On'the road I .have met and conferred : ,

........ : nrere served; .. rwith-eight-farmersrand hare-met-49- J
f.\ "i
10 = = - save-by--saving-yourselr-a: example. farmers 'in' town.. I have distributed
.
}' -- : e- for 'them. Put your, i in i GOING HOME FOR VACATIO Li .86 bulletins and circular.. to the- pa1jWs. To 'Buy J:J

m- .-OneNvi lt"by a' specialist resulted ) :
Ii THIS I IBank 1 fl i -. Mrs Augusta Carl and her daughter, In testing. 26 dairy'cows for tuber- ?
Miss .Laura Carl who have been living Small
.
Orange Grove direct
I eulos ia arid there were no restore: A.
r/1i/ l.I' ,
;< the Osceola since last Decomberrleft.yesterdayfor ;
.
at '
__ 'J '
\ i ,
.
-" : \to. === During the month I have travelled from ..owner. .If you: : H
their'home in
; i i lUtfield.: Massachusetts.. Their -initial 797 miles.. j have'one'tiu; :wish to sell T--' .

:1.aBOII' her haaf:been so,pleasant EASTERN'{ STAR'ANNUAL'PICNIC! let me know at once.'.State .'. t1ii'
: .
: kufoe:' $ County I f' : I and'ko, ,much enjoyed that,the,intended The Easterq, Star Chapter, of; 'SainlCloud 1 acreage;' age* of..-,,trees \.t;.. .!

: ; m nth'.-stay.11"1.peen prolonged and the Chapter of 11.hnmetl. 1ber.of '
from'week to week-,and'fhe fact that arc'planning tneir.1'1mIcJ'a'(;' ;JjifcrAV! J .\ es;;variety, .-!t ;

i they;'return north1 :'oA,,V-.)'o1lJ'd.tripi ligator jiext ,Thuisdayafternoon'The': etc mean.biisiness/Ad-: *'
.
'
# "' iNoart.9.:A.M.'to,3'P.M'- , : . ..4," ... i ticket*Is: ,sufficient proof.,that they members"of, Kissimmee- Chapter': i dress letters to- : '.- ::::1" .. }':
i I will eome,back --to Kissimmee for'the urgently requested to'attend.'yAf will I 'io.

. .... ..:- .:/.... , -- .. it next.iieaosa., ;'.':::ea '.''tt'. ",',v-,.. be.upected! ; 'to:1:. anr: 'a'w, -AUed ri'QPdstoffice; S oii3r: ,

v r if: t'I''ithat It is so difficult'to'earn'living. basket, leavia&,'.ICIa.hmne..about,'1:80 T ,-Kissimmee

: '' The'"hird 'part'Is to'get it .tatting,4om'Fraternity.hall.. All ... ,U-tf' '""
Illlllil l lA ,
:,after Loa ha. :earned.it; ";should 5nr :A'eoffee'en": .: "",;' I;" >. T : Jf 'I aa

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