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 18, 1922
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01077
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Come.From Toronto' . *Charter r Daily SerVice' From *
ti. .;:)}: IN. And Buy Property: Kissimmee To ,Ocala

:. AS INTENSE'FARMERS! The handsome, property at 406 AFTER CONSIDERABLE'URGINGAreHeardByLargeAudiences\ Kissimmee raw as. a daily, boss UNDER PALATKA'S' FIRE
H j Main street,, formerly *occupied by service to Ocala and intervening

Mr. and Mrs. D.;Mr Boyte, has now*anew points by which a passenger may
'!": ;, Prospects Believed Good To. owner In the person of W.VH. Ran= leave here six-thirty in the ,morn- I Locals Hold Palatka Level

1,. .,* Have'Acreage Handled nie, who .has' closed a deal with'' the lug and arrive at Ocala at noon. The Up, To Eleventh Inning,

'fi "By Dutch Farmers owners ;:1:' H., HlIlebr.u d.' of,,; :Saint ,Planning That :New Charter; Will Stop:. Many Leaks: route 'followed.haa. been" announced Score: 6 To 3 0

ir ... ',", T Cloud,. and 'will'' Immediately' occupy. : Must Be,An Annual A udit Of All Accounts: :,car by way of Orlando, Apopka, ;'Mount f -
r, There is now-strongprobabthty; the'Preml... .with Mrs. 'Eennie. ;The ." I Dora- Eustls, Tavares; Leelburt.Wildwood. , '.. (Bob Grant)
Believe All Taxes May Be Lowered The oW
saying that "there are
'!T'that .',tract of' some two thousand new .residents I come,from Toron.lthough .' Summerfield and 'Belle- ..

acres'. lying south of Saint Cloud will they'';have made their home The, meeting 6f-the charter, board--reduce-- the faxes and acity manager I view, and the management' 'states more still ,''lIold.'cood.ways' than''one The of killing Palatka a'Pal cat" s

t be ocCupied,by Dutch farmers.. : at, various pl.ce.aneludiDC'"New'York : which was'to-have been'held Friday form .was about the only method he; that should the patronage <> justify It
t The plan is,being formulated by r.. (;city; but Toronto le, the,poin morning was postponed until after knew by which taxes could possibly there will be an extension trip to Sfl- proved ,to, everybody's satisfactionon ,

C. Samwel an American of'1'Dutchdesc.nt they style their tint' home.. ., ,The the; luncheon hour because_of_ ,..f un- be reduced. *:;.We are_now-. t.-a time ,ver" Springs.' This Innovation Forteninningi-they Monday at the local Bbl ball,Lp.rc-! ,,
.:.:.::.=. > ,-"-whoknows what, ,-Holland< transferrof.pi'uperty"was""' made; by; seal all business l -was,suspended, when ,the prosperity of the city must that will[prove popular especially for re to gar. "
J four
I produces in the' of men and 'D.;'M. Boyte; now connected with-en the;.winter visitors all along the linear pee only', Chubb!>> doing
,, ,. way but when the 'board convened allmenibers either'go up or down and this is .thetime the mound work for the Svc
it i irftmftn"wllrt .**n yof-.4mm_tha'fti f,-.tha.largafirauolOrCARLOADSTOFCRATES; preen .' and "'routine to.,ma -the change. We 1-[= the riP.will..b.otlmed 'that So ',.Cowpunchiers. ..
Manager Robinson of the
more than anyone else-unless it may] business was taken-up and completed. try the method 'out for a year and visitors will be brought to Kisslmme visitors after much consultation and
f 4 .cratching dedded
\ 1to,i Leo' H. Wilson regarding the tract' ,, board and spoke of' the '..dvantal'8of Hs stated all he owned was, located lAs a sight-seeing trip from Kissimmee the old and his'try method out o
*. r'that'h4' has secured,'and'seeks-his-cooperation arid 4t will be a revelation to hundreds saying change t'
I"' a city 'manager form of government int}$:issiramee he believed hietee I of 'attack. His judgment.\wa good. w'
in the matter so far as look NOW SHIPPING DAILY\ which he considered:excellent. : es were too high. Some, solution who have never visited the territory If tits'Pala -couldn't hit
Jng atttaesoil- and expressing hii .. suggested that'the charter should should be found for this situation and through which the tour will be they could bunt. ,
.Right again, they .1
candid opinion what canbe done Warehouse'' Addition :'Neel.ed fix the maximum annual salary to be he,7 believed a city manager form of made could; They filled the-sacks ,.wftnone .
there., At the same time Mr. Sarawe paid! manager 'at $6000. Mr. Stan- government{ was the solution He out three
on successive bunts In
makes an appointment with the county To Store Material Now Ford thought the present method of, hoped the charter would make it clear IS OSCEOLA COUNTYTO the, eleventh. Lano; their diminutive

agent. Being;;Shipped Out government was unsatisfactory be that the city manager' Job lasted_on.ri . __. backtop'iNnt"Sdnny"Cubia uri8d'It.
. Quoting':.from _.letter..written.. bj -'- '- >- the lime ae long.- to ,
.;. -- ca'use councilmeif didn't give satisfactory the com another, ; .
; the
Gpnsales : :
The Lakesider ) AID F
Mr. Samwel regarding the matter: Veneering-Company, necessary to the condue _of'the business mission. TAMPA FAIR' ? did likewise, but was safe-:',

? 1 ,wish to settle .these .lands will which was established wean ago bjBucklesjtReodr of the city and were I-I' Judge Kribbs interrogated the speaker because, Manager Story'"

,tj Dutchsettlers: }direct from Holland' : thenlater bought J>: about the finance- .He safd that a. to whether he-thought a- provision To Make\ A Winning Exhibit "rroPIci. pick the }ball-up.. .Epperson,; ., r.

:. Although .I have been many years' 1n A, S. Reed:and I long conducted: by him present form was probably satisfactory .z providing for a yearly audit of Growers Ought To Be : jinx of the,Cowpunchers1
Canada and the United States -am fifteen or 'twenty years'ago but the"clty's! books would tend to keep '
? has recently added .n extension to its laid one down, filling the base"a.full;
a Hollander-by birth have good con. warehouse which doubled the town has grown and valuations Ehejcouncil or commission in line-with Notified Early, .,'as the well known "sailor* on shore .
i'/ sections' in Holland for this purpose practically have increased ana that under pres reference to expenditures and Mr. Through the various Florida 'leave[ with pockets filled ,with money.)
: and have the support of the Dutch its capacity and from the .floor to press
-r circumstances, a change should been Staaford answered that he did. t '
counties are making public the fact Chubb tried ,to stave in one of Hold-
government. the ridge-pole twenty-five feet 'above > .flct.l. Too many people were W. J. Steed spoke on "Proper that they will have an exhibit at the en's ribs, forcing home {fAno..Pitcher'?' sy
The advent of such a colony would the I. packed solid with the purchasing for the city. The chairman -, Metjiod of Special Assessments." Mr. ,
space Tampa fair'-and there is a constant Fowler helped his own cause with', a,,
'. be of vast benefit to this county itit of each committee bought with- Steed spoke briefly but submitted a
'material the Florida
'j crate for Citrus urgement that the fact be not overlooked single scoring Gonzales, and Holden '
.,' is firmly believed-as the residents of. Exchange-into whose hands the concern out reference to authority from .the draft of the kind of provisions he believed by the farmers the growers came In'on a fielder' choice* V. ; ;
that country are everywhere recognized council and this The should be incorporated In the
passeda couple of years ago. city was wrong. of everything the poultry fancier, and I It was, a aad ending to a beantifsl;:
as producers be else very six high million of Every day the shipments are pass whole point of a change would be"to t (Continued on Pave Two) the housewives whose art in a culin-. ball game. For ten Innings Chubb .-
They ing out to different subexchangeiunder ----------r------------------------------- ary way is usually of high quality i was almost unbeatable, He struck''
could make good on an
people area one-fourth never the size of Florida the general management of the WALLOPPEDTHE"PALS"THE PHONE SYSTEM BEING The commissioners of Osceola county -{I out ten men against rive for'Sanfofdand
Mr ,Exchange although up to the present have made no special declaration .Fowler'combined But bunts beat
with its million population.
one there seems no diminution of the him Fanny. Roberson undertook to'
that this county will be representedat ,
confident that he c.n.
SamweV out his Intentions.. ,stock. A force of thirty men under BOYS "CAME BACK" ENTIRELY REMODELEDPhone : that great fair which gives so much t play--first", and held' down thinitlaj} "

carry the land in question Mr. direct management of Mr. Reed,-are I publicity to those counties and localities .J i sack,like'a veteran. Hart a friendly
Regarding intensely striving to turn out aa have enemy from Fort Meade played short; "
sufficiently progressive to
is Brilliant Pitchers' Battle Gang'sAll
large ,
Wilson states acreage
much of this crate material as possible I. an attractive display. When the !and ,helped himself to two mammoth! .
adapted for Here To Correct
i. culture especially and other trucking strawberry crops, but I, -for it Is realized that the sea- Won By Pens In Ten ; ManySorryConditions publicity agent from, Tampa was in J .triples- to Veep right. !I'j
i wouldbe ,.son's. requirements will be great. The' Innings: 2 To 1 Kissimmee several months since he ; ? The 'Pals opened fire In thecthiJ'd..',,
believes that drainage system
needed .a the best satisfactiona Florida Citrus Exchange demands and I met so he stated, several offldaJfwho ;Chu!, b gave Golden a"pas."a'an op.,
to give an receives and-uses the best crates sentfroin''the''itate 1 (Bob Grant) Work I in remodeling the Kissimmee expressedtheir desire to have .ener, Sanford sacrificed and.Callahan 1, '
point that would tend to be' / ; there is not a sharp On Tuesday, for the third time inuccession telephone line so that its service will NOsceola, county represented at that .I I fanned for the second out. Chubb 1I

attraction to the class here If of the people measure that edge to be found in any crate,' and ] the Palatka Pals and,theCTssimmee I be ,thoroughly.up to the. times is..nowin 'I largely-attended; exposition and 11e I put himself deeper: in the holt by Wt:t
would be
brought .
the In red which appears Cowpunchers were unable progress. Robinson t .*- pals*
imprint bright felt so sure that official action would sting ; Bug -Erynh
shall go through.HYACINTHS I on each crate must be free front declare winner 'In the regulation This will be glad news to the patrons be' taken that he left_for other points most recent addition from,the-.Lake*

-flemish_perfect: in every way. The I number'innings. It again required of the line and should prove an greatly elated ) (Continued oa Pare Three) .

MUST COt I.appearance of the container must bean (fcn extra frame to settle the dispute. incentive to a large increase of subscribers Both the county agent and the denuonstration ': i', ,

index to the fruit found within. But thistime the old worm 'turned as soon as the promises' have ( horn.. agent are anxious PRE-COOLING 'PLANT

THE LAKEFRONTV Frequent betterments and enlargements -'I and the Cowpunchers ''hi on the been fulfilled. that a proper display be made. They
,: FROM of'this mill In'T capacity: line Joni end of a two to'one 'score::!:! Pen The system bas been allowed to have expressed themselves as enthusiastic

are to be' noted The sidetrack 'has and Sanford hooked up,in what probably badly deteriorate since ,its constructionand over the proposition. There TO BE ESTABLISHED$ ,

:' Spray: Small AreaWith been extended some-two hundred .was, the prettiest .pitchers',battle ,it,is ,said that ,the primary are 'm.ny. in the county depending / '
,f Formula Guaranteed By alongside the enlarged storehouse to staged on the local diamond in many construction was not'installed :with a not only upon'a 'repetition of the exhibit Local Growers Pleased Over.ReportsMaclef4tThek' ?\

The GovernmentThe facilitate loading 'of'. material, and years. view to permanency, but merely" ameans held last spring' in Kissimmee : ;f ': '
, considerable ,calculated Sanford undertook comeback after of conversation'about the city ,
new machinery but having a showing by the ''
question of the extermination ( to speed the work has been receiv .havingb.en;knocked out of the and the nearby ,outlying districts. (county at the greater point at Tam AnnuallMectingU.. : ;I' .;"i .

oftf' water hyacinths which completelyline (ed. Some of this is In place""on' 'each: box on the previous] day. And he W. F. Glrtman manager and supervisor pa. If the exhibit i* to be made or The>f the Xb i"m-;

.the shores of, the greater portionof I I floor and other machinery' is soon to certainly made a man's-slze job of,It. ,of construction acid main is not to be made the people are anxious I mee Citrus Growers Association held'
Lake Tohopekaliga and nil all the I lbe installed; all tending to 'make this But he paved the way for his own defeat I I tenance under the new ownership arrived to learn and some decisive action last Saturday' was' the' best attended ,

Indentations those waters was taken ss complete a "small mill" as can be by walking Buttorff in the lo in ..Kissimmee on Monday bring should be promptly made. I: gathering of the kind'thathas .ever'' "
up by the small attendance at the !found In the state. It is a distinct asset ' cal's half of the tenth. McLean laid ing his crew of men who -"know how"handle been held'and enthusiasm '"..' continually .

Chamber of Commerce luncheon on 'i: to*the Florida Citrus Exchangeand down a neat sacrifice putting But- to just such cases as are to be at high;tide.. So well :satisfied

I'I'Wednesd.y. I its output never .falls below the torff on second and bringing up Hart.: found jn the local line. They have re RIGID RESTRICTIONS were the members'; over .the, reports

The government formula for the quality-which the Exchange demands. The red-haired boy had two triples to built the lines at Winter Garden.Oak- made that it war decided to make
'a which would his credit Monday. Perhaps San- land, Umatilla, and other towns-and .
V! preparation of spray on REGARDING DAIRIESState no change in the directory-ln; fact i .
secured ford all about that. Or mow those places have as good a system x,
kill off the growth had been forgot perhaps no one cared to take any of flee 'for a
'"f -through the services of Representative KISSIMMEE CAPTURES. he wanted ,to walk him but was as is to be found in the state. fear that 'te'previous, records could N

W. J. Sears, and advices had afraid of Stewart -and Story who fol- The same conditions will result here, Official Will Close not be maintainedThe'entlrs'i ;dlree-

x Ja\irJen received from Apopka and TWO GAMES IN THREEPals 'lowed. Anyway he elected to pitchto states Mr. Girtman, who will keep his Every Dairy Found To tory was.therefore.?te-ele ted:.B.,C.. r
had been tried the visitor from Fort Meade and forces here until the work is com- CadelYloe
Starke, where the plan I I Be UnsanitaryTo Miller president; 'John' ; ?;
out. The Apopka officials stated that now must be sorry that he did. Withtwo pleted. president; C. W. Bruns'C..A.'dart G'
it; proved a success there-although Lost Heart As Well As strikes against him Hart poleda "The Gazette can tell the' people, carry .out the.state law regarding ' rett, and C. H.: Funk:. ;MucKsatlsfae:.;',
.. Game And Bogged Down: between center and left that ware' commencing these im the of milk in large or
,it was not known whether the. hyacinths long drive disposal Lion was also expressed.ore the' work; "' h
:would reappear another season Score 10 To 1- far out of reach of Ery. As Buttorff provements* directly from the exchange small quantities Leo H. Wilson has of Harry C. Piano,'managerof; the- ,,

:. but they questioned the advisability was on second it Only went for a dou itself," said Mr. Girtman, been .notified that between this date exchange, and 'he was .engaged, T
that enough. 'Gordon "The imperfect service will be first i and next Wednesday representativefrom "
of trying the spray in the large Bob Grant ble. But was a without remonstrance. 1. :
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scored with the winning corrected, and then the work of putting the state board of health under < -
v lake here. Sorry, Mr. and Mrs. Everybody, easily The meeting also decided that John I
However it was decided that' a but before your humble writer could run.. I In the new cables will begin. The the direction of George W. Slraons Cadet should be a director bn the Orange ;;

", quantity of the spray should be tried i get a slant at the score book on Wednesday As is usually the case, the Pals workmen.will not be taken from theContinued < chief sanitary engineer will call County Citrus sub-Erchange'at,

on the growth lying between the high. : evening somebody ran off to (Continued on Pas' Thr.e) I, ( on Page* Six) on every dairy in the county for the Orlando. "

way and the railway-in the Cape Palatka with it for Thursday's double purpose of investigating{ all conditions Work will commence Monday',on

'Breeze section as that was a spot header. So- Ill have to do the* WHEN ACREE ACTED AS LOUGHMAN'S NEW MILL snrounding the place. Mr. Wily the. pre-cooling plant which, will be ?

where no cattle are likely to feed jest I can from memory. "stunk urges that every owner of one or of five-car c.p.elty-lt being\ ,.PPIU'-.

_2nd it Is. thoroughly understood that The most important thing is that STATEMost more cows where milk may be sold or ent that to obtain best results'sucH., a,, i i
he spray will kill cattle. The ma- the Cowpunchers won thus taking COUNTYCOMHISSIONERHunting TO 'BE cream may be handled to immediately plant will be a most necessary,:adjunct
less than put the place in shape to bear Inspection establishmentWork
.terial isvery Inexpensive two; of the three games from the to the
: / a half a.cent a' gallon and. should it Pals. Jhe score was close-close to Up Old Records Modern Mill In Flori-, and thus avoid having. the would'have commenced 'at 'an earlier1 "...- '

J e> 'prove a success on the area tested a a burlesque-only ten to one. And Proves "Steve" Acree's. da Will Commence Cutting dairy, either small or large closed'un.. ,date but delay in .' securinglumber; "- t.
will becleared. til sanitary precaution shall
l: large mosquito-breeding pest the; Pals didn't even earn their one.'Three of November every vented.
''The matter was turned over Base Hit" Hart let a roller' go Studious Care First have been complied with Mr. Wilson In view of what was learned when ,
to,, a committee consisting of Pat through his legs for Palatka's only of the democratic Replacing the mill which was destroyed also calls attention to the recent many members of the Citrus'Ex.pechange "4-,
;Johnston S. B. Aultman,and Hi Stanley .ftjly.] As usual it, was the first score The present candidate fome time ago by fire thereIs closing in Orlando of more than sixty recently made a western;trip ,,

Bullock.< '. of the game and once again the HomeBrews Osceola county for the being"constructed at Louffhman by d.lrle.-.onae of which have not\ ,it has been definitely decided thafTCn""

communication was received -,In had to come. from behind to position of representative 'In the rom- the1! Everglade Cypress Company the been re-opened-whleh works a' hardship cooling plant is a necessity... Last, \' ,

? J !answer to a letter from-the Chamber ing legislature position which he most complete and perfectly\ equippedmill ) upon the owners and. the patrons. year this work was. tried out' with a, .

bf Commerce seeking information as win..And.. it.didn't tak.-them any extra has twice filled -"was at ono time to be found in the state-the preliminary Milk is a most wholesome food, says somewhat crude affair--but now work'

.. fto; why'freight charges were "about innings to 40) It this time. Fowler, commissioner of Osceola county. That work having been underway Mr. Wilson, ; but to be so everything will commence upon one of a design( ?

,twenty-five percent higher on northbound working on the rubber with Manager was _a .score_of._years_ ago-buthels lor..vera months, and the-work-: and the met.hod-4f- %that""wail-function cuii'ectijr Ift everyter. +'r
> automobiles than- 'on--southbound Robinson) ,' 'got' along weft enough for just as careful ,of the rights of the of erection of which will be made handling must be done In a sanitary detail and will prove a valuable.aa'* *

cars, It 'was stated by,the*..u.r four innings. ,In the ftfth the locals people and the rights of the county next week. The plans have been manner, and he urges;that special 'ef set to the local exchange *

; *1Ih0ritle'i! to whom the' query was. sent rave him a dose of his own medicine. now as he was when he was looking worked >ut .by the manager'of:' the forts be ct once made to comply with The matter j)f crop insurance 'was- i

: I..Vat.the,(.matter was being' taken' upbyrailivai U 'you.'remember, this 'same boy from directly after the actions of the county concern," J. Wade Tucker who, will the state:'regulations. brie: laid over until the September meeting
"' heads in' .ea.lon.t'.Alh.- Madison'was'on the mound on Mon- '-and .eeing'that no l'eckl..x.. personally see that the entire plant is ..Herewith are. given 'rules and because'of''the'" press ,of other''' bust,-",

'vU1e.,and, the ',ul'l'8stionW.I made pay when the Pals bunted othe r' wayo penditures'were'being .made.. : <**' equipped., with what, may ''be termed regulations'governing! :the< production ness.. '* "

;* :"hat:::riotl1 n,.>--farther'! =:be v one until. ( victory. So .In'.the fifth.the'Cow. 'The following, extracts from a' the 'the verylast' ; thing in the, way: pf and handling of ralllc and, the management It l expected)> ,, hatth.. .entire r >, E

'"* ,.thattbody ac1'Jiaad.'lta.ded.lon.1.,, p unchers,tied,'the jseors: )','on1'four con-, county.records.under-, ,ancient L dates th.,bent | of Dairies: :In"Florida-and'pro- modeling. the. exchange building '

,* ,Secretary::Burroughs,,itatedthat'ho; .lecntive;,safct.buntivThe.:;; last', was ''..aperfect' will. prove"of.interest not tpnlyj:to' the "etruct rt.are.tobe.'ericed.totakethc vidingfotithL< eB.fbrcementLviof-" : will-be-eomptctod-by.. tht-fintoiOr+ "' , ,

'-iI- had], received/ 'twenty-two: )Jnqujrt! squeeze;pia,.....:. Fowler;looked to1der-re'ldelib-'W.h recall. the 'events e."pla e':)of the;,,}>ropertyJ: deg same:'' ?;; ; ';' :Ijr ,, tOber, t 1", ..," '- a'w..... .->
i e d-li.-thb
?, from the advertisements inserted In had,;.and felt woraav'' Jle'.mu.t', hare But to the'younger residents who have stroyed.,1The": mainTmill! ,'will,- be -;; Section 'Adairy, as:'u food exhibitever. 'held-
_)'the-Florida,Grower,"and.:he felt lure danced too'muchthe: ('night" before ,since.become voters. --There''' ire ,but a-1 60x160feet]: ta'size'andwiUbe what regulation. i ls"any place wtere milk'or :The,"greatest :, $hs,_ ..r''k:

'-''. that;f good ft.plta''w::;' to?!be<*
{that publicity. _Other means :ofpnblkity"were4 o'the right of him bunts to'the left' raised bid I voice ,f or,f airplay andecon-I daily ,capacity.of i 60,000 feetof, lumber given, away. Al"dairies*Ll. > _s becbetlnuQ of 'vegetable: kingdom preseatndmbered _: s "
shah ftha
,,,, :. suggested. and* ; win" be e) >f.(.him, ,.buntsall.. .. around .him."- 'It omy.' ; '/ 4 I ? In this bulldlng'will. be installed "SectionIV" "*... .... '; : : more-than'250,000)Uema.Y ,'90' -1! '
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F INTO -DECAY provided with a pure water supply]
charter relative to the subject of
special: assessments. frequently examined and approved by; i '

Howard Katz spoke of the the :State!! "Board of Health. ,
Once The Scene Of Gaieties present Sestion III. be
I .. difficulties in the 'way the city's finances Every dairy :ii

Crumbling Homes Show are handled, 'saying that he provided with. a sanitary sysUm of:

spoke out of his experience: ai a sewage or excreta disposal, either a LEAD &ZINC PAINT
tense Senility'A such
member of council.: : His k experience sanitary privy or septic tank ,
.'-' design as fs approved by tile State t.
was that each year there is a 'defi '
dozen years ago and even less Board
of Health.
ciency: in almost] all the city funds. '
We Guarantee
than that Paradise Island, lying in Section, IV.,' Every dairy shall be ipocket
14 '' There'are one or two exceptions: -the
Lake Tohopeksliga: two miles south provided with a milk house which: / actual cash in
Sparks fly' electric: light fund and the publicity / mean your
of- Kissimmee was a muchsoughtspot : shall be locate '
; separate building
fund., Otherwise''the city: overdraws to take advantage of
g ; and in the past there haveb_ t>encores contamination
from any source of -
before the end of each fiscal away
: this
year. offerlAINT
t of excursions: carried to that
and for a single cow dairy shall
The rule] is that the ts
t' deficiency; carried -
Your neighbor's fire may place: for picnic. and general food into the ensuing year and the have a minimum floor plan dimensionsof hell roar hen with '0.Zine .-'
.1!!: Limes. In those days one could drive six by eight feet and at least ten a LM and Prttti PI M the oar
f mean your own loss. ensuing year has to take care of the half with day otixr paM rM chooM.V .
his launch. as, straight as an arrow Deficiency: by reimbursement. Thus by tea feet for dairies having more Dm *MM> .... fomnocMy. ...... eiI .
Flames have been carriedfor from where the city dock: now stands '
y4 when the the millage than one cow. The milk house shall I w. said mW BO chars*
and ]land on the northern border the : figures have a cement: floor shall 1 be properly for > ''",
miles. Build wisely; In September this year, it will have I If Dm tatiat OTMT ar..rcetweruww .
Island; now it is necessary<<: to take a /Ito take ' c : be careful, and insure. circuitous route to avoid the sand chargeable: against certain overdrawn outward provided with a suitable (lv* run nevcta Dm to do die jc.*_. i .,

spits which have been thrown up- spring to keep it closed at all times. I Or p.lm hen your houMm\ funds caused by transferring from' .
hag Dvo In lhn yw* teed.
F ,. .All insurance. -. la_not andsome, four miles of a run are re3uh'ed"t ione-fund-to--another..- -At the-time- Interiorconstruction_ ---.shall. be.l1. .......... half hungry. lot man. MM.with .'
loud the decaying dock on racksfor Dvo Mill ouod.If
finish. There shall be
alike. You need the best.The they decide the millage the clerk will, smooth r'
- the south side. bottles not w.H (lv* ra mart for t!. ......
and built that
Hartford Fire In- state how much: was expended the. cans so a--.
? While hundreds of residents of Kis-
snrance: Company, forstrength ;:'preceding year and council: will act: on I when these utensils are inverted on Drs,......,..,,tnd pnen
rp r simmee are well] acquainted with the them their mouths shall be to by cis 16
and fairness. :the basis that as much will be needed open = :.L--:: == '
4 there still who p.Nt
; spot are a. many more the air. All milk shall be
> __ .. for:. the.ensuing..yeat..Thls.resultsinpyramiding. rooms U. a rau...... 171'- '
i. "" '
? hsv ]
III Ul s- nererexplored1tand'diseoveredthe washed f out with"
frequently water
containing -
A. result] out of the
richness to be found there ] : a B. MAKINSON CO.
-only W.
Call this : of lime. .
on Agency I Ito 28 mill levy only 12% mills remain
awaiting the hand and purse of man Kiisimsate Florida
+J after paying interest and overdrafts Section V. The dairy barn shall be ,
make it a beautiful spot for a winter .
reasonably clean, well ventilated and i
-which: to run the city. This does
I" Carson Farmer resort 'or an all-year home. For not allow for any satisfactory Improvements shall preferably have a cement floor. (.'..rrle..-<.'
real'llt occupied and it : a
was : upon were All
newly constructed: dairy barn.
as 12V4 mills runs in acc Here Q Aero
+. "The-Insurance Man"Kissimmee expended much: care and large sums, tual collections at about $25,000. Col- flhall be provided with cement: floors. c

of money to render i it attractive: ; then. ''Iet' been-better1J1lder-tht Section .VI.-Following each milking -. ,- -' .. -7"I
---- 'Florida'c
; as it"was "coming into its own"the ,new act with reference to collection: all manure shall be removed from tho _

owners forfeited all that had been 'of taxes. They haven't used this act cow barn to a point at least 200 feet
done and left it to the ruthless hand I distant and 1J
these accumulations] shall
--- : :
but know it and
: (generally- people ;
of Time to turn it as rapidly as poses
the collections have been better. be removed often enough to prevent I"I'
ble back to its original tangle of I ',,
\3For Summer There are .in which the finances fly breeding.
many ways I
c \ y' ur weeds, undergrowth and wilderness.So of the city could be conserved Section VII. All cows shall be healthy they shall be sterilized either with I nearest city health \P

I J4zcalicn.'J far as historical] data can be se. ,as he knows of a number of leaks in and free from disease; they 'live steam or boiling water. Strainer'[.officer' or to the state board of health, ',,

cured the first owner of the place was ; that shall be tuberculin: tested. They "cloths shall always be boiled before giving details. '::
the sense more money was spent (
Bill" Patrick who once conducted than necessary: but the only] way in shall be kept clean] ; the udd.ers and luseand dried quickly. When not in'' Section XIII Any duly authorized ter

lbYl8o" a hardware store in Kissimmee. A which this conservation could occur: teats shall be washed and dried witha use all utensils shall be kept inverted representative of a city: health de- .?

survey gives the area of the islands would be to fix upon the city officials clean cloth before milking. and they, together with strainer !)>artment or of the state board of 4 J'[{ '

eighty-seven acres, but with the the responsibility for expending more Section VIII. All milking shall be cloths, shall be protected from flies health shall be permitted at any time )t

e 'increase all about the island] there ,than the millage allows them. "Un done with clean, dry hands into a and dust. I any dairy to see that the [tJ
BrezcJBloMLa must be fully one hundred acres. Later Section X. All shall of this \
I der the present system the city is not fishmouth milk pail having an openingnot pasteurizing I provisions regulation are car- iw;
'On the place was in the hands of to exceed eight by four and three- be done between 142::! and 145 degrees ried out. '1'jj
'really getting ahead and there is no .
( ) Jeff O'Quinn, son-in-law of Patrick.At money available for permanent im fourths Inches.: No other types are F., for hot less than 30 minutes nor I Section XIV. Any person, firm or ?h

REDUCED 'J one'time Ben Cobb squatted on a provements. As a matter of fact the approved. more than 4JT, and a recording ther- ,'I corporation failing to comply with 'r!

section of the island, and produced Section: IX. Since dairy utensils are mometer shall always be used on the (the foregoing provisions shall be :\%
t railroad a..dhotel / only feasible way of making permanent -
\ J some fine vegetables with which he improvements under present con- a highly important source' of bacterial pasteurizing machine. Temperaturecharts I deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and .:;

.. supplied the residents of Kissimmee contamination of mill it r U rc- shall be !kept for at least six when convicted: shall be fined in the. 'r.?

iT ,DATES f frxy I proving the excellence\ of the soil, all ,Lsessments.'diticns: would Of be by course way of I it special should as-be qui rei that hey be washes and sterilized weeks. I(sum of not less than $5.00 or more ";j?

: .... ..........-.,.", / of which is underlaid with hardpan (borne in mind that the city has been promptly attar using; / t>.em, for Section Xt. All milk shall be de- : than $50.00. or, shall be suspended /:
which in perhaps a couple of acres I for' instance otherwise bacteria multiply in themin livered within two hours from the tfrom operation of the dairy, and each ,'x ,
father fortunate, as, I,
: Best Bathing Beaches crops: out and leaves the areas free of |when it lost its paving money in the such numbers as to inak-3 it almost time it' is drawn from the 1.0'I'r it rtime that such person, persons, firm J

inFlorida.CHAMDER'1COMMERCE. natural growth except little carpetof (State Bank of Kissimmee." impossible for the dairyman to shall be cooled and held at a temperature I or corporation neglects, fails or re"t'" ;

grass. It was upon these spots | A vote of thanks was extended the sterilize them with the methods he ; not above 50 degrees F. until ,,fuses to comply with any of the pro- it

that picnics' were held. speakers for the. interest shown, and I ordinarily has at his disposal. All' delivered. No milk shall be delivered rvisiong of this regulation shall be \,-

art ; iftlli.l'tItlA"...4Plic4tion. Later on the place] became the prop- adjournment( followed. metal dairy utensil shall be in first .: from uncovered vehicles unless the I(;deemed a separate offense and pani ***t;

.. _ rty of Captain Stratford, an Englishman I' .clans condition and the seams filled packages of milk are covered wish a ,')fished i as herein provided. ';, "

a a who immediately erected a fine flush with solder. Previous to use, tarpaulin. ,)f,
two-story residence, equipped with all all utensils shall be rinsed in ]lukewarm Section XXI. Every case of communicable The Gazette' Job department la ,,
IN BANK TRANSACTIONSThe equipped to do all kinds of job printing
modern conveniences. There was an or cold water they shall then disease occurring in a dai- on short notice and at reasonable ", ,"

< "Someday.": Our hearts keep dreaming artesian\ well drilled which brought be washed in hot water containing an ry or in the family of any person ,prices. We make a specialty of :";: ,
f:' forth a heavy volume .of, very fine cry of "hard times" in ,Kis alkaline wash powder after, which .handling milk shall be immediately loose lea"e. for ledgers. ,47tf. ... 4. ,
; which piped to the house simmee and Osceola county appears to r Uji-J.
4 water was .
Of beauties .be '
yet be wholly without foundation. Merchants < .
and baths aDd lavatoriesn ,
From a tank,
t When o'er the heavens streaming who avow that they "cannot
: >G ax rainbow bright'we'll' 'see plenty made the'home more com- .
; times dull"are
afford to advertise as are
Stratford had set .
"Someday"-when life is'brighter. plete. Captain ,
z uninformed as regards
apparently '
aside a ten-acre: tract: .at the east end
: We'll'l d the happier thing conditions for this is' no timeto
And of the Island for a finer residence as money Note these New
: where the rote is whiterWell a speculative: proposition-and.-his' "spoof." 1) I
learn to laugh and alng. .
During the first five days Augustthe
all his needs.
house sufficed: for
"Someday" is,alwayi: ;luringOur and hemortgage clearings between the, two local Prices's
dream'to nobler] ,skies But somethingwent wrong reached in' of $18,000 on r
banks excess
to Bullock A : .
the property : '
;Where raptures"more enduring indicative' of many transactions. Dur- 's
dispose .
yo Carr, who were forced later: on to -
Grow'goldenfor.our'eyest4 ; of the island to protect the fin. ing the first ten days of this month ON July 29, 1922. the lowest Bear in mind that these prices "t
'We gaze beyond the present the Merchants and Farmers bank -.
And wonder' hide nneial] investment they had made. As prices ever quoted on U. S. apply to the most complete )
where you into Kissimmee in "new monty -
:. 'With'all: .the sweet,;and pleasant they did not care to hold the place it brought; transactions" nearly $30OOO-on- Passenger Car Tires went into line of quality tires in the ;t ,'

Contentment. side. was offered for sale] at a low figure- effect-Royal Cords included. world. Remember
by your actually other point that goes to prove that too- in
far below what it was -
S '"(Someday"-Oh not tomorrowOr a price worth. !: people have A considerable sum of These new prices should giveconfidence as you read the follow 1

by, some distant dawn to where it can: be done 3y
money table that U. S.
Soon after this the property was to dealers and caring: .S,
:w By magic than our_sorrow't : to greatest advantage.gained I h

'? From out our souls] be:,gone; purchased by Frank Vans Agnew, __ _ _ u u _ _______ __ owners! that no lower basis of quality has been positively h :! -
h A .The only "Someday shining who saw the possibilities of makinga ------- quality tire prices will prevail. maintained. ,
i fine place-one that would be self- to a broad porch through a .
With power to bless and cheer
a,. supporting and even profitmaking.Things multiplicity of French windows.
,Is }:O. Then cease repining Hoy' 1AB1UCChun rf12E9 .
t The'.best "Someday" is here. began to happen. From oneend I All this is now there-although in CorJ2Z.9 Nul-h. ; USll .. PI.ln r K (i'i'r

of the island to the other extreme i sony need of repair. From miles down > '
M J JO .3 <'::1 55 Sll 4013OO '1.1'' $ 25 t;
t'; Twenty-nine' men were trturderi;i there was a splendid grassy slope] I the lake can the red tiles of the roof 30a3ya"\! $14..5 15.AO2I.OO h).....' Y _

'r, last 'year ''In the half-mile between from the water's edge to the body of 'be seen by the boats plying north- 31x430.3V.SS- -1..C'5 -:- 21-JI -III...' 2n t,

t the Tombs prison and police headquarters the island] with a verdure so thick 'ward-with the tank towering above 32x3\! "' I ZO45 16.90 11.7D r, '
3 '. In New York city und only] that it was kept in condition only] by a I the whole; but there are leaks here 31x4 U lit 4 .H. 29.15 26.45 -24.35 -22-45 -20..5 y 1

li lour ,}I1en have been convicted: for horse-mower. All about the island and there and some of the interior 33x4 3<.'.<'5 25.55 23.65 21.95 lf \ .
' I flowing electric 34x4 30.85 26.05 24.15 22 4O 't JU.41t
crimes. were there crops growing a fine finish has loosened away. The \ H 37.70 31.95 3O.O53I.CH w }i

well with 'strong pressure fur- '' plant is still in the house made 33X4V434X4V4\ 38.55 33,OO ..
,irM nished water for domestic: purposes ,for it; the pushbuttons work but no t" 39.50 34.00 32.O5 M
73x444" 40.70 35.65 33 ,134X'O .I
as well as! for irrigation when needed; blare comes forth; the fish fountain 36.4\\ H 41.55 36.15

; and there was one continual scene of is in condition for water but carries 33.5 "' 46.95 .

Ii GOING mirth\ and frivolity.As naught but weeds; the force from the 35.5 37.5 "H 49.3D 51.85 41.2O 45.75 41.70'39.10 a... .

TO the home was not run under the I flowing well is as strong and furnishes Federal.EXCIM Tax.n.h.aboiM haw biabtorbcd ..... o x311 .
supervision of Mr. Volstead, the natural I a splendid quality 'of water; C>7 t3.vna.a/."uwar :" 'j.
] bent of every appetite could] be but the utter desertion of the prem- ;
BUILD could be =i, ises have allowed the fruit trees of The dnl r with >fuJI lln.o*U.8.Tlr usco ..; t\\
supplied, and the guesta .supplied ...(th- new price c>..,..- p
? with< all varieties of eggs/: from I various sorts to "go back"-and weeds ba you baitu vcrved r than befor you In hav th.*Eie-.v r FABRIC la /'

,,those of the common' fowl'to those of shoulder-high and undergrowth almost lorr at the ausonioWlc. :'t

1il e j the famous peacocks.: : : Officials from I impenetrable! give a forsaken ap dad II ,.dn.taae..... any'"- "f lO 65 .:,

t KINDS !lover all the state, both of high and pearance. round for lire* It d....... _

p lower culling', have spent many a I, It is a "Paradise Lost." Sometimeit pcsr.donJuJr29.1921! 3Ox3Vz Clincher {1

y nm/R' week at that secluded] spot enjoying will be a "Paradise Regain '." and '

every delicacy desired-"far from the Sometime there will be someone who Straight. Side t,

r look into the future and determine
madding crowd"Fully : can t
; Cypress Pine and Cedar a dozen years ago the fine section what can be made of the magnificent Royal Cord$14$? .

: of about ten acres' "Vas disposed island.] Then there will, be a transformation u. a a r

.., pt to IV W. .Meil ejon. who ImmecU which: will make a more 'ra

Vemake Window and .Door ('late), commenced the erection of a attractive spot than anything upon

handsome,home. Every modern convenience the east coast of Florida at an expense / United States Tires f:'' .

g : frames. was installed. flowing well which would be put a trifle of '

with strong fort and a heavy flow op- what it costs to beautify the spots /. II United States Rubber Company a, ;

. Alf kinds of InteriorFlu- crated a rem that carried the water to along the Atlantic beach.: With a t::= _"'&. ':' I
a large tank set above the tile roof speedboat it lies but fifteen minutes .':

r; ?t Ish'Atlkinds, -;. ..* i Screens:... of the two-story hone and continually from Kissimmee, and it. possesses alltheaedWlioD _xqs: J aWI

filled a large.concrete basin_for sever that the most retiring 1

_.-+Letaus: flgureyour: ? al-varieties'of fish.;: An electric plant could.-deire;_& ;the-&am'_time there V\W i .

!. Entire. House Bill lighted the (srounds. tad the house,wail ia, sufficient area1'of, splendid soil *o i

equipped, with many-drops, chande-, produce;the most luxuriant growth of Where YouGm.Buy LUPFER & 'PRATHERKISSIMMEE : ; f

I' liers.and bracket'lam pa., An"' immense fruit vegetables,''flowers, and shrubs.:: , .
: '
kOBT.REDEL. :CO: Jiving' : :.-00111'n and''diningroombedreom ',-.It is capable of being made the most ;.FLORIDA*" .:i I;; ;
: ; U. S.Tili. ,'
ttt' "
.0">z aa4 and aJJ the room needed attractive home.In Central FloridaA- iO '.. - : f!:;: .'

,i for culinary serrlce'occupied the.lowed and tome'day Paradise, Island. will be, ti .. .,.. .. ,""'I 'i'I. I 'Ji:
;, ''Novelty Works: '> ''floor from' which-. -, ,access, was. properly:ex.plo.ltfd 1 .,
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y ti r\\r:: ; '\t ''TB; KISSIMMEE ALLEY 'GAZETTE... FRIDAY.' AUGUST"' i*. ,,1t21'' ,fBaa

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>F' -
: ..00 0 OOO 0' 9 u..OOOot... to..o.. O. "0..'.' 'COWPUNCHERS. 'TUMBLE" ,-
TAPPING THE THOUGHT; TANK (Continued. from Pa'On: *)' '

land club of,the state league,. doubled
*wt t IIIII: r otf.: 'I'of, to ienter. scoring Holden and Robin.. ill ac
: ,
( ..
.,, 'hoax
. .t .. "oo . son., "Bugs" counted" himself o_ n ; : ..
< ; Peters' ;
iL- "... .
t < Th' Good O' Th' Order Very Natural Happenaode The Cowpunchers tied'the score in .settee

The BetterWayHousewives . John Gunn [recently furnished a'delicious (. The BushneU l Times in telling of the the fifth and drove Sanford to the ,

..... luncheon" to;, the Klwanlani birth of a son- to two of its citizens peaceful ,IOU tude' of the, dugout. .
ti' states "the has 'namedWIl Robinson and Chubbboth, singled tocentel'
the members been
of Pensacola. Because boy -
used to.order "A sack of flour but
; Buttorff forced Chubb at
fcf that order are of the most sober liam Alexander after his grandfath second -
l the more'discriminating1 one now order : ,
11) on a bat went to thehalfway
and sombre .disposition It" fo be er. It naturally follows 'that any
,. hoped that John wasnt loaded. boy, would have to be "named after station himself) when CaRl

... : #, -* his grandfather" To name a boy before han ,threw' to the fence, try ing for a

Again In The Limelight his grandfather sort ofan double play Roberson scoring.. Mc I
fit'! n And they do say that Harold McCormick upside' ararngement which 'wouldnever' Lean strolled.. Hart drove Buttorff

he of monkey fame; has gone become very popular. and McLean' in, and drove Sanford Out; 4

x and married Madame Wurtzburger # with a, tremendous wallop to, right IO' ,

something over in Frenchytown. As Just Think Of ThisI. good' for three 'bases, and'tying- ., ,the .

my* Chinese- washerlady used to say.: P. Timmons understudy for Henry the score' +. .They ''
rIt .Plitty gland time allee time." Won- Ford, says there's "notbine'a.Ford The locals almo.t'tOok the game in :are 000DI'a

der how his sixty-two'suits''' for a million or a Fordson, cannot do from dehorning their half of; the [ninth., Hart again
is out .of' the "just flour" class. Ask your dollars per suit are gliding er- cattle to laying a fine fresh tripled over Eppenon" 'head but unfortunately

grocer. long goose-egg." Well-- mebby so; mebby there were two out 'at FORDSONS. WILL STAGE' -

* so. But if "I. P.-will tell me how the time Scaggs' grounded sharplyto 4 TRACTOR EXPOSITION '

Bush Mining Co., R.. ,C Woodb ery'Company, Nothing At All Wonderful he can .JcLahrd-storta couple! of short, butwas, killed off at first ..- a
-, Seymour, Ind. Dutribotori,"Orlando A writer in thT Leesbvirg dommer- nice straight ruts, on a road that's on afast play,: : The.ForJ;: 'Motor pany-with-the-

!!! c:. ....... cial questions the truth of a state- just been smoothed and rolled in The Cowpunchers outhit the Up- co-operation of all the Forddealers''
. Ot'OOO 0000 OtO "O 000000000000 0000000010 .10000000 .. in Florida South Georgia'and South.'
: ment that a young man made one place of the customary soggy ones, Staten by twelve to eight and also ;

." hundred and twenty-five\ miles in one 111] buy TJmmons for his own personaluse fielded in better :fashion 'until the east .Alabama; will hold a' mammoth'Fordson )

WALLOPED TilE "PALS: day on a bicycle. Evidently that one of those open-work casserole's elevnth. There they cracked only : expedition >t. Jacksonville;

T writer ''never heard of the. Century with ribbon suspenders and baby-blue slightly-but just' enough to .allow_the for. three. days, ..commencing. nextJMonday
IJ t I THE FORUM. ** -
(Continued from Page' One) Cycle Club which In the 90s had a insertion all erround the summit. It ,Pals to carry off the, honors. ;

scored i first.In the fifth Holden singled large member i in Colorado.. To maybe don't-man-casserole-f'r-I .. _'_'_'__ ._._ -...JBox:: Score.Kissimmee ._ -.:. .... .. . An enormous tent 'will- ,house -the
'. -went 'to' ..eeo')1d'on) Epperson's become a member one had to send a always get mixed on those names. AB R II PO A 'E show; ,; whichrwill consist of approximately *-

1' Board sacrifice.and scored "Hartford's. time- sworn statement' that his cyclometer .* Buttorff, 8b ______6 11 2. 1 0 sixty industrial and commercialuses
Charter Hearings
;; ly single to right. registered one hundred, miles made An Awful Penalty McLean, rf ___:.-4 12, 000 .. of the; Fordson tractor.- .
rt- Editor: of The Gazette: Up until the eight this one run "between) sun and sun.or" each Tis said there is a wonderous spot-- Hart, ss _____-___6'' 0 2 1 1 1 The local Ford dealer 'can4'furnish,
The charter board meet In the Wilson If ______ 3 00 8 0. 0 full with tho
looked as big as the Woolworth buildings century! run thereafter made a bar W'hen.once 'tis known 'tis_never._for- ,informstlon regard to '
;._,:_.=..council.,chamber-on.and 'the.jnomJngsDt of each week at The' show:."which wit nIl UfgfTnanVHOv-'

r Tuesday' ,. Friday had not even threatened to score. no uncommon thing for an amateurto Where rich folks go an awful lot- ,-, c .rrri-.rrs 0 1 10 8 i el and unique demonstrations; Including

; nine o'clock, and i its hearings are by. But Hart was jitill in the.,game..and -make the hundred 'miles between The three-mile limit! Lesley 2b _______5 0 1 .2 2 0 a big street parade of 'tractor ,

law required toxtfe open to the_ pub. once:more:started the fireworks:" He "sunup" andl two" In the afternoon S. Prather,.cf .--,5- 02 100 drawn units daily during-the exposit.

lic.The signaled with one.gone, in the eighth.> thus leaving four hours or five hoursin i'Somewhere in France/ we used to Roberson, Ib ..1..5 1 1 12 0 0 tion. Another unique, feature will
board has extended an Stewart was called out on strikes but which to have made that other write Chubb p ________5 0 2 041 be the tractor_drawn busses which will

p'.'' to all citizens interested should, and every be- ,Story drove a hot grounder right twenty-five miles had he cared. A To those who entered in the fight; "H. Prathe'r _.__1 00 000 operate on regular'' schedule betweenthe
citizen man or 'woman,
through Robinson's legs at first. Hart - - - union station In"JaoksonvUl.'and' w
dozen miles an .hour over a good roadis But this has blurred that out of
interested in this matter, to appear at 453 12 8 ''
t 83,11 demonstritioni'andwhich'
pulled up at third. Manager Sam easy for wheelman so the .!J'ht- the Scene "pf the ;
these meetings and submit advice and Palatka AB R H PO 'A E '' .
: then called for a double steal and set Commercial querist should be satis- The three-mile limit! will make connection; with all
it the best /Cal&han. a-----6 0 0 262 '
to /
suggestions help
sail for second himself. At this point fled. trains, for the purpose of/.carrying''
.,. possible charter. These should be reduced '!enter Robinson.. Ib ..___6 1 1 16 0 0 :. '
our little darkcomplexionedfriend visitors to the exposition : }* .
To that Britishers will
..1, to writing so as to enable the spot 'Ery cf __________6 1 2 200 ':
Larto. The little samplesizedbackstop FLORIDA CAN GET ALONG The stuff that really pulls the "mend"From One of the unique exhibits;Will bit
,:; board to consider each at tJ.le proper ;Peters If _______5 01 000 into"'a: loc :.
the converted
i bluffed a throw to second off the "ment" the end- tractor motive
time in its place. All and upon :Larzo, c---------4 1 1 6 2 0
proper suggestions -'and Personally particularlyI 'a short
then whipped the ball to third to The three-mile limit! with railroad showing
" will -fee\ considered but all don't care six cent's worth Conzales, 3b _____5 1 0 0 1 0 machine
catch Hart. Ills idea was all right the feasibility of using
be that would I rf _____5 0-2 2'1 0 '
cannot adopted, as How long this. strike.fad Epperson '
but Jie made the fatal mistake of know for logging and mining operations,
Would I could take some men I
make a very contradictory code for On the nation's railwaysAnd Holden. 2b _______3 20 522 '
. into the road construction work a nd by large
throwing dirt and Gonzaleslet
Who dun me for each cent I owe ...
the government of the municipality.The in all the coal mines"Keeps Sanford, p-------0 0 0 040 '
it go to left field. Hart scored I'd place them there, at sunset's 'manufacturing plants. .
Revised General Statutes authorizing along in active being. Fowler, p------3 01, 000 "
the parade of tractor-
tying run standing up in spite of glow- enormous ,
the election of charter Neither are removing cuticle : - - -
much interference by Gonzales. my The three-mile limit! drawn units( will feature'the 'show,
( 42 6 8 83 16 4
c boards for the amendment of existing i The Pals also threatened in the From any of my knuckles. I and It has been arranged to have trac
, charters or for a new charter limits I Aside from the Score by Innings
eighth and had the fans on pins and Felt Sorter Grouchy Kissimmee ______ 000 030 000 00-3 tor-drawn busses, making cOnnectionwith
"r o, scope to the and restrictions the of the statute states :i. needles. With one man out of the way The lack of fuel will cause Young woman asked me if what I 'Palatka _______-_ 003 000 000 03- all the, Incoming .trains( for the J

constitution general Robinson and Ery singled. With runners The children and poor women wrote about a "Paint-Up Campaign"had I Summary: 'Two base hits, Ery 2; purpose of transporting'visitors .to

; or to the special charters granted by on first and second it looked anything I'm entirely and wholly careless.It any personal fling at her. I gave three base hits, Hart 2; struck out, the exposition.A '

f the legislature. The resolution adopted i but rosy But Perz had to be would be mighty fine her the twice up-and-down and I by Chubb 10, by Sanford 1,by Fowler large number of equipment manufacturers t
;: asks for a change in the present If no beef or pork from Chicago (
government which reckoned with. The port-aider fanned could see right there that she had a 4; bases on balls, off Chubb 2,' off I will have representatives on ,
form of municipal Peters and made Larzo hit into Could be brought into Florida grievance. The fragrance about her Sanford 1 hit. batter, by Chubb :2 the ground with. their equipment 'on

2'-r does not necessarily require the employment I a force at second, Hart and Lesley. For\ the next six or eight months, was like what one gets when the drug (Holden ;Robinson. ); sacrifice,_ .hits Idlsplayand| ; ; the:Ford.-company:\will

. of a city manager. That I This is just one example: of the way For then the ,markets would handle clerk opens the perfume case, and Sanford 2, Buttorff; left 'on bases,' (have a large number of representatives .
The citizens of the '
will be decided. Pert was working all afternoon. The The local products exclusively from) .the priming-coat to the gloss Pals 9, Kissy 11 hits off Sanford 6 on h.nd'.o that visitors I.r'p
: municipality will have a voice in that obstinate cattlemen ;
And but
i lide-wheeler was never better. He happy finish from her neck up anyone could in 4 2-3 Innings off Fowler 7 in I 6 1-3 Into details regarding any of-the
:;- decision. The board is anxious for- set eight men down on strikes and Could sell their surplus stock. see the touch of a master hand. I innings winning pitched( Fowler.,.. Umpire equipment'shown. There will be ,ou-,:

i. fall expression of opinion of our people ,did not issue a pass. Some 'control If no.trains of any'sort merely shook my head and said: Clark.; I venire ,for all _. visitors( ', to.,the show,.

4 so A8'to enable it to act for the i for a southpaw. The Pals simply Should reach Florida i "White girl, n.yl! And again nay) which will be free,to everybody ,who-

; best of all.The'result: could not bunch their hits. He had For the next sixty days The propaganda of the paint-up era RETURNED FROM HOSPITAL' is interested hi seeing:' many uniqueand

obtained will be submitted them i popping up infield flies in the The people here in this state would bees useless to you as' window William L., Klckliter has returned Interesting operUons'' the;

for approval rejection at an'i j.most,amazing fashion ..Right behind Wouldn't starve or go naked. mosquito-bars would be to' a' roofless from an Orlando' hospital where he tractor., : ?. ,

election to be called for that purpose. :'him was Leroy Lesley.. This boy And if no mail was received. restaurant. You have beat'me to it. underwent 'a successful operation for Ford 'deale'eeywben .hay-s.Mi aye ;

': Now is the time to get together for''played his bestgame o>, ,the year. There would be no, need To' chide'' you would be as ,futile .. appendicitis,'and .is now rapidly pro- information' )' prl"ra' **;' ..W'; and,

., '. progress and good government Eight chances without a'slip and To send away checks .in 'settlement.- sending a shipload snowshoes to pressing toward health. He was tak, wll be;glad. to. **. *H:JuMUe!w* n

fI r,J G.' F. KRIBBS.. most of them twisting fly. balls .or There are plenty of supplies the Sandwich islands. Tuck in those en suddnly ill and within two ,hours called- .pou. .: -, .,,':.\ .T., 1.: ".t .:........"
hard hit grounders.. The most recent On hand in the warehousesTo I two ,hairpin. a little bit.and you are was ordered to the hospital where the "

:May Market Cattle inhabitant of Haines City certainly, last the'next six or eight months- ''all to the good. Paint is a great pre operation was $Immediately performed Kenmore, the \ home, tofGeorge,

By Legal Methods took care of hi. share of the after So there's no need not a bit server--and at your present, --as the exigency of. the case was ex ;Wasbington's'slster., Is to be preserved
,noon's work. Stewart, in left field For any ofusto_ worry. eighteenyears you'll be onlytwo treme. as a'national'shrine' ;. t$..

Following conference in Jackson Ifor the Cowpunchers is a, real out- And before strawberry time yean older than you are now. But '. .. -- -, ', .
ville'between' Dr. S. J. Home, inspector The roads will be readyTo < -
fielder. Sanford showed him white be keep
I proper girl, you your I ..
in charge of tick eradication work I respect by walking him on his first carry all our productsTo dues paid up in the painters' union! ,
-, for the United! States Bureau of Animal .two trips to the plate. His hit was where folks are yearning I
: J. V. Knapp th' fruit KISSIMMEE CAPTURES .' 'f.
, Dr. a 1 lusty double to left. To slip tongue-cruched
r".,' state veterinarian regarding Inauguration Down into their runninggearWith .. .
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of systematic tick eradication Kissimmee AB R H PO A E the utmost gusto. was the beginning of 'the end for the .
Duval during August And if there coal a
work in county was no
': 11. t Buttorff, 8b ______8 11 .130 pride of Madison.In "'!
,', Dr. Home said: McLean rf ______4 02 300 In any northern market the sixth the Cowpunchers added .,
Stock Sanitary crowds I
Live Think the vast
"The State Hart, ss _________5 12 110 of two more. The seventh was a farce
{ Board; Chat promulgated an order establishing Stewart, If ______2 01 200 That would come to Florida- Five markers went up and Fowler retired -:

;. systematic tick eradication Story c .______-__3 0 0 801 Even if they had to walk "ungracefully" to right field. ;

work to become effective on Tuesday, Lesley 2b _______4 0 0 440 And wheel along their baggage! t Hooks" Robinson pitched the .eighth i Overland is one of the most ,
the bureau has fulfilled the thousandsOf .
15 and Just .
so long as
r. August Duke, Ib ____,____4 0 1 11 0 1 for the Pals and the locals scored two "
ls :" : Us promise to co-operate, bystationing Prather cf _______3 01 0.0 '0Perz workmen refuse to labor more before they gave up, completely I popular cars in America,'today', ';
In the county .
Dr. Wirthlin If is assured fact
tit p _________4 00 051 exhausted from running bases. We '
Z to supervise the work. :- :They'll get just as hungryAs would have scored more in the ninth and stands more firmly intrenched.than ( : ;;:: i
I?' "It'W1U take a. little while to get the balance of the people; '
32 2 8 80 13 3 but it wasn't worth while rubbing it .. :
I the forces fully, organized and when Palatka AB R H PO A E And while I'm extendingTo in. So we didn't bat. We seldom do ever in ,popular f avoir. :;

that is accomplished and there I is evident Callahan sa _____5 0 04 .2 0 them-or to the rich- (when we are ahead. It'isn't done. I .. ., . .S! b f

a.sincere effort on the part'of Robinson Ib _____5 0 1 11 1 1 No sympathy of any varietyI'm Against Fowler and Robinson we At $55O. the Overland , ,.,

the cattle owners, county officials and Ery, cf __________5 0 1 1 00 declaring that men bad a real pitcher who didn't stay. offer greater automobile '

'g others to co-operate with the State Peters, If _-______4 01 300 'Who will, calmly and deliberately, out late the night before. His name falu for the. money I "rep,
-1 Live Stock Sanitary Board and the Larzo c---------4 0 1 510 Cause hardships and sufferingTo might have been Jackson but it than any' other car. .
,, bureau it 4s our purpose to facilitate Gonzalez 3b _____4 0 0 2 1 1 : fall upon the poor wasn't. But let's call him that. He .

:+ the interstate movement of cattle I Holden 2b _______2 11 121 And upon the innocent children gave the Pals only four measly hits ',' I
through the two local stock yards by ,Epperson, rf -____0 00 000 Those being the two classes and no earned runs. He got three' A springbae 130 inches with big car-riding

: inspection and certification", where the Fowler, rf ...?, --* 00 100 Unable to reach spots safe ones himself almost as many as i comfort, modern 3-speed forward and reverse ; .

,', cattle ,are handled under proper pro Sanford p-------4 01 0,50 Needing no artificial heat. the visitors put together. And how; sliding gear transmission a_safe braking system..:..:.... .w;,
cedure. - - - Because are lacking that boy did field his position! He surface 15 '
with inch braking to
connection it might be well .* soul small square every
"In this 85 1 6 28 12 3 Have a so extremely must have had million assists. .
that the 'One That eleven hundred 'of 'em a pounds of weight, all-steel touring body with
for all parties to.understand out when winning run was Leo Wilson got back into the lime .
opening; of inspection and certification ,scored. Could crawl through the eye light with vengence.' The well. baked-on lustrous finish, .and many'other. x' -

F ; privileges and continuation of Score by innings Of a very small needleAtoneandthessm known county agent had been warmingthebenchforthepastfewday.- exclusive Qverand! features. ;1 ,

same..depends.upon._a !Vbole.heatedcooperation Kissimmeei_' tOO- 000 010 1-2 ,.time -- -- .......

in systematic work by Palatka ________- 000 010 000 0-1 And never for one InstantBe and decided Itun't much fun. Three T' .of.
the cattle owners in Duyal county, within speaking distanceOf .
Summary: Two base hits. Hart times he came to.t>.t with runners on
so that the work can be successfully Stewart; struck out by Pen 8, by each other. I've said it the path. and three times he delivereda r_ ,.:J. b

(, 1' accomplished. Thisoifer.,to the cat. Sanford 6; bases'on balls, off Sanford If the railroads.cannot bring hit.: His fielding was also high i : ', if

.: t-, tlemen in other sections of the statean 4; 'hit' ,. by pitcher, by Pen 2 Any mail or any freight class, one catch in particular robbing ,_ tr .

' &.. opportunity to get an. outlet for {(Holden, Epperson: ): ,sacrifice hits, Into ,this sunnyful state pry: of a three base hit. It_ was a >
: 0. .""* if effective workis Oh RobIn ,
; but all
surplus cattle We can get erlong I :
.Story, Prather McLean Epperson J n>. .
not:notaccomplishing I ;bureau mays IHoldev;, left on bases, Kissimmee;9, the words of Woodrow WilsonSo Score By Innings r L : wi't .5O .' .

! feel-Justified .in withdrawing our,.lnI Palatka 8; ampin,.Clark. why..must'we.' worry,?' RHg> r ; aa : _
I" I 'spector:which'Vill: terminate the cert Well not be losing as much Kissimmee 000 01,152x-t0 14'2 u e' rr h

tifieatlon"-of cattle for interstate" .HIGH ,GRAPE TIKES,, .A-ND As the'strikers .will'lose. Palatka 001 000 000-4 14. ( _f w -. t, ,

1, 'movement- _ TUBES. ALLTKINDS;OP::ACCESSORIESr And.>we're not agitating. --"""J-- .JBatteri* ,Jack*en inn_StoryL.Fowler ; :....::. ___ ". ""'7'r' ...,-..-... ,"
Or".Jl the OR--TOUR; 7"Fo ..CALPROMPT' About. any,prioltXriih; Robinson .and.Lan .rPvt -* .*: -4-; 1.-; "' ":* *
Install "
will .
i New; : ; 8&RVlCEA.W> :SATISFACTION At the breakf..t,table. H .y.-.j .'.. -i i .- -i,. ; e :
-matic.:phone .pte L.' -# ,1 *rlclJtnUens \GUARANTEED.' OSCE- It's the man.whojtlcks tilght < .8qM: >kinj>'any nf the women' of. Eng .e '.'' .FLORIDA '

J&& PLA ;MOTOR. ,COMPANY.FORD (/WJ1C-,wIU- get the syrup """ Increased,ta.'such an extent :..... -'-....: : : .
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'POBL'8HBD' EVERY FRIDAY MANY residents act upon the principle .that it is I. Another Strike Possibility ; ,:

BT THE KISSJMMBB VALLEY GAZETTE COMPANY. their right to "get all they can for nothing" forgetting -

KIB8IMMKK, FLORIDA that In'the end they must pay their prorate of all

expense. It 1s this with the collection of garbage .,
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1, W. B. HARRIS Frslen t
!::. O. VANS AGNEW, Secretary about this city. ; : : :. ,

w. I* THORNDTKB. Editoreus.csIP.rloN There (is a vast amount of material thrown in the ,' iWr vow 'BOUT" 60''''' = \\SCHOOV -.,'
e "
.KATESOn garbage cans--or, in the major number of cases, in the __ ; t. BACK to,, SCHOOLEPME* I-; HfR 1 J .. ,

One T.*r .. _. ..;. ;. ;. -. garbage boxes-which could be the more easily disposed 'WHILE vrr- )
Copy ?? -- -- -- -- a:: rfc QUITE .A ,
One Copy. Sl: Month._._ : .: ... of and to greater advantage by burning in the fireplace ;t R t tA' K&1 i
On Copy: Three Month._:_:::::::::::::::_:_:.10 the .. ''SOMCTMiN'' MKJHT HAPPtM ? !
stove. Discarded
or rags, emptied cartons of many -M"

(Entered "at the a. eond-eUs Poatoffle at matter.Klulmm) .d Florid., sorts, mutilated newspapers paper sacks, wornout'footwear ,".. It THfc 'TEACHeR'LL.. -' '!\,. :.

1- and many other articles capable of'being' destroyed ,:,:.;0,, STRIKE f r. ...
All communication except from authorised orrepondnt by flames thrown in '
must be. alcne4 by the writer.Rejected . are carelessly .the rubbish"heap, : "
v ( matter will be returned. called tor. to' be .carried about the city by the ..first heavy breeze; '% .,
>y while if a bit of carefulness were shown all could be I .o 'W1 -

' For.( n Ad .rtUln Rn>r**.ntetive I placed in stove or fireplace and a match applied. ''Even
s food that has outgrown its usefulness bones of'both

fish and meat, and the like, can be turned to ashes with

g ' FRIDAY. AUGUST 18, 1922 but slight trouble ..- and the. ashes will do the growth
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about the premises some good if rightly. placed and Immediately -

: t If all householders drenched with would water.think over this suggestion .

: I BI11E110111 _* FOR[ ilISWEEKJ a considerable sum could be saved the city each month.- 1-

Really- there- should Toe nottirig place
except material that will not burn., Then the 'city J

would not be littered with stuff that is blown here and : '

J GOD WILL PROVIDE'lake: no IhoughT saying, t.bereoreven lifted from wagons by-the-windr i +I ,'J

What shall drink? Where- Another point to be considered is the practice of
l j e, What! shall we eat? or we. or _
} withal shall we be clothed? But seek ye first the king- throwing upon the street the trimmings front trees, .

,, dom of God and bls 'righteousness: and all these things bushed, and plants. In improving the yards all this : '

{ '+ shall be added unto you.-Matthew 6: 31, 33. trash is left on the street line oftentimes one yard '
throwing enough in bulk to make a wagonload the 1

WHY CANCEL THE ALLIED DEBTS __ plea of "Oh well, the trashwagon will get It that's
V why J pay my taxes." Ten minutes' work would burn it.

As it is the men have to spend considerable time
in each
NO one knows whether the debts owed by foreign powers : '
,r 1. to America shall be cancelled. Congress does not case picking up the stuff-and unless it is raked there .
wlLstiLremain\ .
thesmaller KUrimm .
''" "" 'know." The admbrlstratlon-doe..not-1rnow.-. "blta.Probably'
advanced is the only city of its size in the state where the wagons I.,
see why the -
nary; taxpayer can no reason money '
t are allowed to gather such materiaL "
,' l as a loan to the warring countries should not be up uTOCArralaI

repaid as just the same as other debts of either private If the owners and taxpayers would, do their share .,,
in keeping things clean the garbage men could devote -
or public natures are settled.
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one-third their time in other ;
work the city needs In
Yet those high in the ranks of finance are taking the
I ; view that those debts should be cancelled-should be many places grass has encroached upon both edges of RUNS HITS AND ERRORS
the sidewalk to such extent that I ,
% an one-fourth the walkis
wiped off the slate entirely. Here is what Otto H.
not clear--and these 'men could correct that appear Captain Grant!
Kahn one of the highest in financial authority and one
a ance during the time saved from the
wagons. street
the adminlstratlon-re-
4 who has ever stood close to
commissioner could find plenty of work to keep them Here is how we stand with the Pali.
S: gardless of party-has to say of the matter: Who Are Your
Associates ?
busy if- time could be saved the
By means of gold, raw materials and other assets garbage gatherers alone: Palatka won 4, Kissimmee won 3.

f usable by us only a small fraction of the debts could the lines suggested. It is time Kissimmee stepped out Runs for Palatka 30, 'for Kissimmee 4: .
of the small town class.Let's 28. Wonder what the fans who t
j possibly be paid. By means of services and import say

of manufactured goods we do not want them paid, try this plan. used to think we were going out of .

j .j because that would be disastrously destructive to WOULD PROHIBIT I class? In addition to this add two

O { our commerce and industry. REVOLVER-MAKING I tie games. Four:, of the nine have

Otto H. Kahn is without doubt the smartest Jew now i TJlIt=. American Bar Association, assembled at San gone extra innings. The Pala are

j in America. He is putting out this propaganda because Francisco, has adopted a resolution recommending that j paid to play ball and nothing else. That is a question that means much sociably.It .

he knows the carrying out of his suggestion will mean ; the manufacture of revolvers throughout America be I This before the result'of the doubleheader

much to him and the class of capitalists he represents. prohibited-on the ground that such II- large number of in Palatka I. known. A dou- means a deal more in business and finan ,e. .

Fes, He is smooth, clever, and far-seeing to the tb-degreenet crimes -arc committed by those weapons. The resolution ble win would be a juicy morsel. Evena This bank offers you bank connections that will ,

':, the public may be assured that he understands precisely does not recommend that the sale of these goodsbe split would be acceptable.

., ,/ just what conditions will be brought about if his restricted to those of good character thop \.occupying Pitching averages including games be valuable to you in the business world.

: '. 'advice is acted upon. positions of trust, guardians of private of public played Wednesday: ..

;f J. P. Morgan, of the banking interest, stands\ shoulder properties, peace officers duly elected and qualified/ ; Per-
y ''t' 'v to shoulder with Kahn. Morgan says: 2nd. that the sale be made only upon favorable advices Player Won Lost cent .

iMoseley ___ 1 0 1000
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t 't':. 't'A's a practical proposition those debts can never from some. official; but it recommends the sweepingaway Jackson __ 1 0 1000

', "$;Jt>e paid,''but they.should be cancelled for another rea- of -manufacture of them.It Young ___uu uuh__ 10 1 .900 1

3; I ,son. Thts money war loaned our'allies after ween is not probable that such national.legislation will .6
Pen ___-*_.*.__. 14 .736
rs .J< 'tared the ware at which moment we pledged all our' follow the recommendation-although the1entire coun- >IcLean ___uu 2 1 .666 Merchants and Farmers Bank '!
will admit that the careless
i b strength'aDd resources to winning it. While we try distribution of firearms Clements 1 1 .500
is a bad thing for the country--and that if this hip. u-u
:* were sending dollars the allies were sending soldiers
Chubb _______u- 1 2 .333
:until'oars 'got:' there. I look upon these loans as pocket practice could be .done away with much crime .Wilson ______-. 0 .1 .000 OF KISSIMMEE t:
could be cut off the criminal docket. There is alto-
being; the same sort of contribution to victory as our up-state-umpire handledall
gether too much freedom in "gun-totin';" Too many Clark an ,
sending 2,000,000 troops.
the and complete sat
people are quick to anger. Without a gun they would
It will teVoted that Morgan says that while the debts walk' : isfaction. There was very little m
away'or indulge in a knoekdown'arrument-wblcb t. _
easf 1ner" :b.' paId .they:,should. be cancelled for anotl er would: mean merely "five and eo ts" to prove that tbepolntl' squabbling by either'side.. .' . ," \ ..
reason.' : :His arguments are silly. America was loaning Epperson had the misfortune to -
; taken were right-or''wrong-as .the testimony -. : ,
..y the money i it the request of the countries which wereabout'to mash hie finger during Monday's I -
showed 'i ,,' MUCH RESPECTED MAN GOOD WOMAN PASSES {;'**::*"' ***", .
y : b. )whipped; we:were giving our ..ld, in the game 'and was not seen in the 're ;
.' Asa. guardian'of the home a revolver is"all. to the : '' :MEETS SUDDEN DEATiiDied ".' vv\rAFTER' ) LONG'tLLNESB-1" :
". the: murderous the series.: He wi l'not .
cause of peaCe and for prevention of mainder-of .
good-but it should be left in the home as a safeguard '
r ,nil that',threatened the, entire"world. countries be able to play for a week or more yet. suddenly at his home 208 f.!
'all classes of
'a ford then against marauders. In fact, in these later Died In this city the home of her'
a,i were charging ws transportation troops years, the revolver in the home-especially where only He would no, doubt have twirled on Cherry street: east, Wednesday Aug son, George Steffee 305 Penfield'
,that went to fight for the cause ef humanity; were sending Wednesday had he not been hurt '
women are to be found for the greater portion- the ust 16, at one o'clock. Lewis H. Whid- avenue, at two o'clock Thursday ,
,, bills for damages caused by American forces in several Our acquaintance with Outfielder den aged 63. Funeral services
Jme-has become almost a necessity, and the knowing were morning Mrs. J. II. Steffee, at an 1
n initanc"America heeded the call for assistance Stewart was short This classy gardener -
I to it should largely attended at the late residenceat
iow use as an accomplishment-that not be age lacking one month of 72
>k; 'both by enlistment t and by draft, and sent across the water lacking. It Is the carrying of the weapon upon the was sold to Galveston of the ten-thirty Thursday morning Rev. Funeral services were held from years the;
miJ1Ions of men to take part in the hell that everywhere Texas League on Tuesday night. He
person at almost all hours that brings so great a num J. J. Farmer officiating, and the re house Thursday afternoon conductedby
abounded with a desire of bringing it all to a close.. take. with him the hearty congratulations mains Rosehill ,
Mr into court-::-and frequently carries them' still far were placed in ceme- Rev. Allen J. Miller the deceased' i
: American fil'hten.'at an expense of life and limb turned then .. of everyone; here on his step ,

W .the tide defeat. which, was fast engulfing the allies into The measure adopted by the American Bar Associa- up the ladder 'of baseball fame. tery.Mr. having church held,membership and interment: in the Christian held"-
was ::,>
and its
baseball club .
a victory.America The Whidden a native of Polk
tion would have borne much greater weight had there at the Creek
': 'rushed into debt upon the impulse of then been some limitations as to the disposal of firearms sympathize deeply with Mr. Rober-' county has been a resident 'of Kisim- Shingle cemetery. '

.'moment' to furnish funds for the necessities of war ov- rather than attempting to wipe out the industry. .Incidentally son and the popular "Fanny in theirrecent mee for some twenty-five years, and Mr. and Mrs. -Steffee--- .this.- .
erseasand ;;this""country rushed into debt to fit Its were bereavement. has been known over the entire southern came to .
every legislature would do well if it to in 1883 from '
.. fighting -go'abro d -To wipe out the financial authorize an order thus making it compulsory; that The double play Buttorff to Lesley portion of Florida as a very prom- county Kentucky T settled Georgetown, :
an< at Shingle-
t ;debt'' whkh'forelp nations owe America would mean to Duke will soon be as famous as inent cattleman. He established a
should '
sheriff -In "frisk"
every every county every man I Creek where have
they since resided
.a.doable tax tpon the United States which for years will without the old Tinker to Even to Chance reputation for square actions and fair ,
to' least
regard position, standing or color at
be paying the.debts it owes its own home people. and week and that be I combination. The only difference is deals! There is a well-known saying until Mrs. Steffee's illness forced her i i
once a remove every weapon might to into.
f 'would be which would be disastrous. I the old Chicago Cubs throughout move Kissimmee to the homo- i:
fl creating precedent : found. The issuance of a permit by a board of county I that one was Osceola county; "Every- of her *
The debts:were honestly t assumed by foreign nations.. commissioners "to carry a gun" does not automatically and the other is the new Kissimmee body liked Lewis Whidden." VThat. look after son leaving Mr. Steffee to J>
his holdings at the old
There is no reason why France should not pay the three give the right to carry the weapon "concealed. It powpunchers.I expresses much.Wednesday home. Mrs. ,

44 anj one-half billion dollars she owes America; any more merely allow. the carrying of the Weapon the state I Kissimmee has won 30, lost 11, tied morning at about eleven ; Steti'eewas .recognized'k, k r\
as a teacher of marked and
;,, c than she should wipe* >ut the claim! of eight million dollars law forbidding in no unmeasured terms the carrying of 8. Winning percentage 781. o'clock he was at work in front of for ability
filled <
;, that Germany Wei her. concealed his home when he was attacked by s many years appointments ,
weapons. - : GREAT PUBLICIST DEAD I ,schools. in all portions of this county ,
4' ;jit Is evident that Kahn and Morgan know what they : I II dizziness! and was helped to a chair. !;

are vdoing' when they advocate .that America "wipe off WATER NEEDED AT THE CEMETERY I Viscount Northcliffe, owner and editor -,Medical aid was at once summoned, -and besides was everywhere loved. Three,
sons, the husband; bereaved
the.Slate." As business it is doubtful .... are -
men, however of England's greatest 'publication, and the stricken man removed to the
+' >if they,would forgive a personal debtor who was-owing house. The action of the heart : Harmon Steffee of Winter
s' ADMITTEDLY there is need of a water system at the London Mail, as) well as more Haven, who was here at the funeral 'J
either of'them so vast an amount of money; and a good other 1 could not be maintained-and death ;
Rosehill if Klssimmee desires that hundred periodicals,
cemetery; ever silent than one Steffee
1, George at whose home she- ,
American citizen should do his best to this country
run ; sombre city "where even the great find rest and blend who. died in LoncteB'TMi Monday, was occurred at one o'clock.
and is-
passed J. who
+ on
v and he would conduct his ; BSteffee ,
:'as''carefully: economically A wife, ten children and brother
ed lie the oppressor and oppressed., to be a handsome the .son of an Irish barrister became a now in Hawaii. The entire county '

-own" affairs.. well kept spot. The city council'recognizes this fact-but editor at 17 years owner and publisher tire| the near relatives bereaved and will regret her death.BOOSTER vfp "

without co-operation the of the lotownersthe of the London Times and Daily all were present at the funeral ser- '
--r [ LITTLE upon part
city cannot afford to make the investment. With Mail, the moulder of public opinion; vics. The children are Mrs. L. H. FOR FLORIDA }j

'" UNLFSS "advertising paid" when it was correctly 'water supply of proper dimensions the place could be ,a man of powerful -influence in the Schuck, of Lakeland; Bemtfry PWhidden .
We had '
y. ofl Orlando Miss a call last Friday from
done could the Yowell-Drew Company have forced the made a beautiful! spot. making and the unmaking.of British I ; Myrtle
;little'. business with which the firm started in a little The plan adopted in many cities is to charge every 'cabinets and who with David Lloyd I Wlhidden! of Kissimmee; Mrs. J. V. Jack Osborn, the veteran editor ofthe {

building into the great business in splendid quarters lot-owner with a stipulated sum, a little trifling amount, ''c.orge. contributed in a great measure Morgan of Okeechobee; and Jack' ,, Eaglet Times, published at Atas- 'J

this is at five dollars the I England Margaret, Lois, Gwendolyn, and MUton cadero, California. He severed his ,\
+- -wMch'ie now 7 Liberal 1 per year. Usually placed year. to arousing to a more '
r '' advertising and keeping every agreement made to the In case: the_owner desires to-pay for* "life/ service thecharge ':vigorous action in the war. Wlhidden, all of K) simmee. The connection with that paper'about a ;
1 of hundred dollars for the of theo it has been alerted only brother is A. J. hidden of Avon year ago and since tnatlme' has -::1raveledabout16,000milestouring !
.:jublit!.J leave made that shop one whose reputation has one pays care In no country, --- :
I7 reached over all of South Florida. It .is a greater asset as long as the cemetery shall, be used. .This money did a .man in civil i Jife so constantlyas Park. ;
t ,Orlando than' is the Cohen store an asset: to Jack goes i into the maintenance fund and'-.psya for water Lord Northcliffe occupy the public Deceased was a conscientious mem- boost states. He gives, Florida a big ij

sonville. 'Other establishments in Orlando have bad in and keeping down weeds and mowing'the grass and keeping eye or labor so 'consistently for his ber of the Baptist church,.and will be by declaring it ahead of Call,1 fI ,1

{:. years' past the' same opportunity to' advance to great .matters in good condition. country and its allies and to' bring missed in many circles. fonda, especially in the summer. when ftI |

;* .proportions-but they lacked one polnt,hat of knowingbow ;' Ifsuch; method could be hitrodl*Kia 1mmee confusion and defeat upon the Ger .. CARD-OF-THANKS everything l is dried up for'six monthsIn {&* :}

.::4 , to:get publicity,*of continuing to get' publicity,"and it would be a simple matter for the eitjr to drive a good! mans. Of the attitude,of the British the year; while Florida ,is 'green $v'

..VI 4; ;keeping their patrons by giving ,them,"everything that well, erect a lank, install an, by electric current .. people toward him ,it. has .been' laid I' Wto return to the many friends and and blooming. He likes,our'state' somuch'ihath -' $I

... was rom1aed. ,No,merchant In all'America has made from the.municipal plant at* minimum figure, and "they hate him and they admire him; neighbors who were so kind to 11s dur- has'bought propertyatSaint : j'

". .,.,.,,. :J utyfspecialsuccess- .....In:-.butlnesJpFwithout"uthe' TaW by piping ariouI.aet1oal of the'grounds and attachIng but"try:as"they-m they;cannot-be ingper-rbcent-and: very sudden bereavement Cloud,. and intends locatlag'there.New'Smyrna"Breeza *//JV

.j'J .. 'of liberal space, '.In the n wspapers'-4nd :theYoweilDreat proper sprays Rosehill] cemetery'could be beautified 'Indifferent to 'him.TV ;. V I <,our most sincere thanks. rr,:-:7T :t':
,.: ".:: : Company had,the"" ow'ho "''aJontr these at a nominal eoat. The total'expense" would come frontthe'lotowneit'In -'He. was 'born .AJh d"char1u'WitJIam' : : :Words: Illy;; express ,the appreciationwe STRAWBERRY NEWS'a'

fj r.. ; now such : -the grounds-Mind 'would J;entail no Harmsworth'and was 67 feel to 'a1J-7et. this is the .
alb: That's whythere is.snob a ;why; years ;onlymeans Matters 'regarding;the strawberrr'1: "' ,JrW
t >! i Ta doing's growng a -rj1 : of .:; ,present our propaganda are .now t drawing to a T
;<::: ." :;Ji Mr .M i' ,,1 i ,'. .' T in" UTj. ed Itjs doubtful if.the dty will'feel financially:abl ,to gratitude to the people of. Klssjmmee' head; and,the issue of next week wilt t
\ ;vJ; ONCE to ery"'lD8Ji'' and nation come the moment tei introduce such methods: .IfN i trictg'eould'b.'secured; :For:rentsNicely> Tarnished, 'cool: where we haveso long lived' '

i in the strife of tra. ?with falsehood for the.'good" Off from all present,:.lot-owners'agreeing:"to ''this 7 the airy flats at summer'rates. ,,'Located { ..'" MRS.( / "N'; give some interestfng'nerp refr rdipBF'the .,
,i! .. ., ... ... "M plan office. tWe'B. Bar- MARGARET WHIDDEN situation.:-which' .Is'"JlOW".JOOklDC .
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.. -- - TBEIUSSUdMEE'VALLET, ; ,, GiAZE'rrZ. .FRIDAY'AUGUT.13,1932. ., '' ., FIVK
00000000.0 000000'0004 Keep your'eye on the windows of Keep your'eye.on,,he windows of Women Take First Steps .. e I

.. '' the'Independent Grocery for all kinds the Independent Grocery for ,all kindsof -
'WEATHER REPORT o oI In Formation Of Club
1 of fruit and vegetables In season ,x fruit vegetables in season ,x A 1
..I .Big' Reduction On All
.(; '
terra All drugstores .closed on Monday Mrs. J.. M. Willson, who went from Nearly ,thirty women gathered at ,

and,Tuesday afternoon of this week In Kisslmmea to Baltimore; expectingto the Newby Inn en ,Tuesday evening

.. O Station, for the week .ending -es with the Palatka,team.v that such was not necessary, and organizing .;. "Professional and Business
..... .., Taursday, Aug. >7, '1922:. -- Women's Club,' and the ranks Su-rn.m.erCoods
she Is in Atlanta for "short season -
1 .
O' ; Out of respect to the,deceased all
Date .. :Max.Mln.Prep. business houses' were closed Friday :'of :?rest and recuperation' before were_ swelled by the!, arrival of, a score-

,Friday, Aug.- 11___.88 72, ,.17.0 morning for one hour during the funerasserdces'over returning to her ,Kissmmee home. of, women front. Sanford and Orlandoall

1. Saturday, Awe. 122.. 70 .11. the remains of Mrs. of whom were membere'of aim.lar' -
'* SundayAug.. 18.88' 70 .37, O Susan Frances RobersOn. See me1 for KLIM the powdered \ organizations in their respective .

,*.Monday, ''Aug.: 14.90 73 .00.0 milk." Always sweet and absolutelypure. cities. Among ,the. visitors was .At :

4 Tuesday, Aug. 1$. ..86 73 .22 There was a' finely. attended benefit Mrs W 'L. Poulk 18 .Mab- Mrs.. John Leonard district organizer Story's'WE a. .

Wednesday,Aug' 16-flJ, 72 ..02 O dance at'the' Graystone Tuesday belt.'I.treet: ., It who urged at"the,, club when '

;-0 O ,Thursday, Aug.'17.86 72''' '.63,* evening at which the Cowpunchers: formed should ,ally itae'f'with' the .

j *. Readings are mad at 6:00 p.:* entertained their guests, the Pals Mr. and Mrs.. W.. 'H.' Arnold,William General Federation-as well as'with ,

m. for the. preceding. twenty-four and a large number of the local dan Arnold, and Archie Cram;all of ,the State ,,Federation, and explained rHAVE
hours. :. "' '- .O ,een.. The.'music was' excellent, and Eustis, spent Sunday in Kissimmee the advantage of such action..Anoth ;nits- r 'R. DUOTIONSONMen'sSummer .

..ALLISON: FRENCH. the affair was a > as guests of Mr. and Mrs J. M. Smithof .er visitor was Miss Grace,lIolt. president '
!eI'Y'1 pleasant one.
Co-operative Observer. the Osceola.. They were former of a'club.of the same nature at : Suits', . .,, . . .." .," -; $9i95Men's ,
1...4440400000 OOOOOOO00LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Best will leaveon residents of Xi. lmmee. Orlando, who explained the work of .

Monday for Ocala for brief visIt the J ..
a organization and the advantages ,Panama Hats- '
and.from,that, point the route to be Try KLIM once-then, you'll always which accrued to the members when .

I \ 'taken during the time of Mr. Best's have it in the house. Sold by Mrs..W. visiting other cities, and ;related the Men's Straw Hats -

vacation from the postoffice has not L. Poulk,. ,'6 Mabbette' 'street., It results gained .by the organization in '' 4
v&i pJEmiG$ been determined.: Orlando. :: ; M en .S ummer Caps"; -- v '
.. .. ( I' have the sole agency in Kissimmee -
It was then decided that a club of
-_.-- William H. TunnecliflTe, vice-persi- for KLIM.' If you haven't tried the same character should form in Men's'Palm\ Beach "r use iwrrWomen's r :" "T.TL$4.45 '

Hemstitching; any width. Nettie dent of the 'Bank of Saint'Cloud, left this milk, call and let me demonstrate !SUssimmee, and Miss Rhea Pherigo .....; .. 1 : '
Newton. 85 tf on Monday for a northern business for you. Mrs. W. L. Poulk 10 .Mab I "
.. .... k - land Miss Irma Holzman were re
trip -during which he will' Chicago bette street It spectivelychosen chairman : '
temporary .
Born: Wednesday, August 9, to New York Buffalo, and various ""

Mr. and Mrs William B. Graddy, a other points. lie expects to be Mr; and Mrs Frank Kay Andersonwere land' secretary. Mrs. Nelson Makin- ., .. Canvas" Miss Ethel Allen and Mrs. Willa
daughter. i absent about thirty days. on their way from Orlando to Steed;son, were made nominating, commit- Pumps ,And Strap..PumpsGIRLS' }y.
Tampa on Tuesday and stopped over
Keep' your eye on the windows of in Kissimmee Just long' enough toigreet pee; lo select officers to be voted tip; '
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Russell AND CHILDREN'S HATS '
the Independent Grocery for all kinds whoarrivedJrom the force of The Gazette in (on at meeting to be held Tuesday .

- ,_f.fruit-and-vegetablee.-tn-Ma8Ol1.- .:x OcalayonJIondaytoyie: -eveningttK,hall, -at-which I- -_-1.__ f.
their ueial "manner: MrrXSoersoffis '
it the mother and sister of Mr.
Born: Friday August 11, to Mr: and -Mrs. E. A. Russell and Miss Medora a forceful and clever ,writer-a ,$(Ime the will constitution be presented and for by-laws consldera'tion to- ,.

Mrs. Cleveland H. Davis, of Orlando Russell-have returned to their home newspaperman' who thoroughly knows his business- nd can draw w T -plc-
avenue, a, eon.Workmen accompanied by the mother and sill Mrs. F. C. Bryan, and Mrs. Paul Stan- can be used all the in Florida
ter who-will make,an extended visit. tures which! few can .!'xC:4Iorequa: .year' .
on Tuesday commencedto Jey.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angas have Following adjournment Tuesday ev- .
lay the timbers for the second floor For sale: Missionary strawberry
of the Riven Block. plants, thrifty and free from disease, returned to their home irt Kissimmee ening a social hour ensued, during

-- I$4 per thousand. R. L. Overstreet, after spending some time in Miami which refreshments were served by Just received a large-shipment of Women's Sjlk, '

Shaves, life;' haircut 35c; children, R. F. D. No 1, Box S8. 84-Itx 'visiting Mrs. Angas' mother and sister Mrs J. D. Newby, and the affair was I
25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 18-tf -- ', Mrs. C..A. Carson and Mrs. C. E. pronounced a decided success. Hose. Some wonderful values for $1.00, $1.25, '

Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Boyte, together Gilbert D. Leach a newspapermanknown Runaway. While in Miami they were The local women who have thus far $1.65, and' up. We now have the Elastic'Rib-Top'' l
_. in all sections of the state, delightfully entertained, ,just having indicated their desire to become charter -
er with a party of friends, drove over Silk Hose in size.
out 'l.
of the
publisher Leesburg Commercial returned Monday morning from a two members of the new organization I
from Orlando on Tuesday. In Mr.Boyte'e I cial, prime factor in the great days' fishing trip on the "Scurry" I are below named:

new' Lexington.Dr. pulp paper industry Which he located given by James M. Carson, brother of Miss Ethel Alien clerk; Miss AlBerta ,

O. L. Buckmaster and Dr. R. M. at Leesburg, was in Kissimmee Mrs Angaa.-Miami MetropOlis.VERY Anderson, teacher; Mrs. M. V. }

Buckmaster, osteopathists, 211 East :.on Tuesday, greeting some of his Boyer, real estate; Mrs. F. C. Bryan.. : Palm Olive Shampoo with a cake of Palm Olive.

Jackson street, Orlando. 83tfE. many friends. NOISY SHOEBLACKS teacher; Miss Nellie Best, school Soap, 49c. You can save .20 cents. j

I Complaint has been made becauseof lunchroom; Mrs. Lillian Deyoreo, .
Mrs. W. L. Poulk, of 16 Mabbette
B. Morrey and J. O. Buck, both
clerk, Miss Irma Holzman, stenographer
the noise created by the colored
street has
Secured the exclusive
of Apopka were in Kissimmee yesterday ag-
boys who assemble at the State bank ; Mrs. C. E. Hilton teacher of .
looking after matters of business. "ency for Klim, the powdered milk, and .
corner each Sunday morning for the stenography; Mrs. Jessie Kleinman "
Mr. Morrey, who formerly lived in ;will handle the product all size con-
Itainers and of the various purpose of shining the shoes of pedestrians stenographer; Mrs. Nellie King,
has friends here. I qualities V. & Co.
Kissimmee many Mrs. II. N. Makinson, teacher Lyles Story '
e ,made. Mrs. Poulk anticipates build- While they are a necessityfor nurse; ; : r
and usually do thriving Miss Edith Miller, teacher; Miss Liz
Otto H. Bleech, cashier of the Bank 'In'lf} up a large patronage in this fine many a
of. Saint Cloud was a business :visitor -'of goods.! business from about eight o'clock tie Matherly, book-keeper; Mrs. J. D. .. .
He. until noon they themselves a Newby, Newby Inn; Miss Elsie Nor- '
in Kissimmee on Monday. reports -1 prove Dry Goods, Shoes, Notions
the strawberry question as one Miss Elizabeth Barnett and Miss VI- disturbing element in frequent instances ton, postofAce clerk; Miss Clara and Men's-

that is creating much enthusiasm in i Ida Barnett, of Riverside, Jacksonville, -and annoy many who do not Ploetz, teacher; Miss Rhea Pherigo, ,, Furnishings 4 I

Saint Cloud. I I reached Kissimmee Friday afternoon care to become patrons. They are postmaster; Mrs. Bessie! Sanderson' ,I Broadway- .Kissimmee i : '
and remained over 'night"as the guests clever lads, and they do their workT.reU clerk; Miss H. K. Sawyer clerk; 1dlssAlbJna ? .. t ,

Xeep your eyes on the windows of of their uncle, Leo H. Wilson, and but their disturbances may be Smith, county! demonstrator;

the Independent Grocery for all kinds wife. They left on Saturday for Bar- heard a block or more from their Miss Mary Spier, clerk; Mrs.. Paul .... Rt
of fruit and vegetables In season x :!tow, where they will visit their grandmother ''shining-grounds." *The gang,which Stanley, stenographer; Mrs. Willa J -- .- .. -.

:Mrs. C. W. Griffin who was taken ( Mrs. C. L. Wilson. has grown from 'a couple of lads to Steed, clerk in city office; Miss Frances Two'Business Moves

m I several times that number, should not .Tress, clerk; Miss 11;. L." Wenner, Planned For October '
to a Tampa hospital for an operation During my absence in the north myhemstitching For Your
Ethel clerk Miss Well '
clerkMiss Wilder
occupy the full width of the sidewalknor ; ; j
a' has :
the removal of tumor returned -
for have their
.':: ? may foundations the Rivera
--' j thatis any Thelma Woodall, stenographer. Before;,the .
: create disturbance ., ,. .
a J .
is .
'J ;.home,and now'nicely con.valeseing -,work done in neat manner by Mrs. J . block were complets'a contract
and on the road to her usual ' I. Overstreet, 824 Main street Mrs noying. CONTRACTOW .'
UNION SERVICES WILL had been made by George Dayson to ,
.:::'" condition of health. ,R.. Slnq efleld.;' {' 85-2tc BUSINESS TO MEET ' CHURCH his \ I. .
,. ',,' > , MEND BEAT, lease one of the storerooms ;; r
.n ll. ,
_ '
:" !. '''tiFor'Rent-Nicely furnished flat Rev. W. H. writes from Bilt- '; ',, ON'IMPORTANT: .MATTERS By&, special"i 1 arrangement MM at the'last cafe-and he also agreed to take over StrawberriesWIll'NeedWater';

'with replae4w.three rooms and bath. more, North Carolina that the family the upper floor,'or,so much of it
The ordinances of Kisnimnioa are moment.. change: has been made in
Harris Gazette office. 44-tf :
W. B. as had not been planned for office.,
,lie I nicely located in the mountains, and to be revised. and re-codo-i. and some the union services which are announced .
:Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Boyte, formerly that Mrs. Dresch is improving. He of the ordinance*-especially that one elsewhere to take place at the for the purpole'of conducting a room- -- ..

residents here but now making their'says: "We are enjoying the scenery relating 'to occupational taxes-ere to Baptist church, and the services will ing-house. He has been perfecting 'I CANLD: YVi YOUR ,

home in Orlando, were in Kissimmee I fresh fruit and vegetables, and the< be made more complete. It-is the take place at the Methodist church. his plans to that end, and expects on ;
the first of October to a cafe.on \\WELL .'.
Saturday. They accompaniedby refreshing change and we have heard open!
were ,
on ;
general:, 1 sentiment that a tltargo Rev. L., pastor.of the Methodist -
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Rennie, of,some good sermons However we a larger and more complete scale and' Please:foil l
should be made for licenses for peel- church at Jasper, will fill the pul- ... .
New York, who were highly pleased {are looking forward with pleasure and than heretofore.
lars hawkers, and those agents pit of the Methodist church at the '
with this section of Florida' and the our return to Kissimmee." who take orders for "future delivery" morning service-and will conduct the As soon, as Dayson removes from MY:rr"SATISFIED.:.

splendid opportunities which are to and 'the committee upon the subjectof union meeting in the evening at the his present location Mrs. Marvin Du- CUSTOMERS .
lto Mn and Mrs. Wayne.Thomas, Mrs { pont will,' take possession, and after ;
be here.
a bride of but a few weeks revision is anxious to secure the same place. Rev. Munro is a strong the alternations contemplated by her Will Tell Of'My;Efforts to'Please.

in Kissimmee on Tuesday, en- opinion of all business men who pay preacher, and his sermons will be edi- have been made she will reaopen the .
taxes for the carrying on of their va- fying. All are invited.IMPORTANT See ,' .
route by automobile to Winter Haven place as a thoroughly up-to-the-tiraes me and. contract while .my '
GROCERIESWhen I thence to Plant and rious lines. Because of this desireall "JU .drilling outfit is close:''at band.,
Bartow City NOTICE cafe. -The,date of the' opening/ will ., ,
business men are-urged to be "
Tampa-making it the third fourth pres-
or be on or about October 1. The Graves
'trade with
GET you WHAT YOU WANT us you %[bridal tour the couple have enjoyed. ent at this meeting. Strawberry culture, in 'Its various House will continue to cater to the J C. DIBBLE:

The Gazette,force again extended ita ; will be thoroughly discussedby
WHEN YOU' WANT IT WRECK' WAS COMPLETE phases public, and will remain under the ,

Our lines are'complet. our servicethe congratulations to Wayne Thomas. __ OF FINE STUDEBAKERA G. D. Ash strawberry expert for same management.WILL 604 'Patrick 'Street, -Phone l 804'K1SSIMM
toot and w. are handling our Osceola Growers, at a meeting next "'..
Stood on v ry clo*. margin*. HIGH GRADE TIRES AND Studebaker license E" 84-r 4t.x
a new bearing Thursday evening, August 24, at OFFER COURSES
and w. cure you will rive u* TUBES. ALL KINDS OF ACCES- ;tag B82035, weight 2800 was broughtinto eight o'clock at the Chamber of Com- IN CITRUS COURSES , --
future builncaa. We deliver within SORIES FOR YOUR FORD CAR.
city: limits. Kissimmee Sunday noon as com- merce. Everybody intending to grow r \ ,
Watch ThU Spate F.r BarcalM PROMPT plete a wreck as one ever sees. It berries should attend this meetingand Rollins College, located in the great

The Corner GroceryA. GUARANTEED. OSCE-FORD was picked up this side of'Pinecnetle.It ask questions. Even those who citrus belt of the state, has completed Here's a Businessfor
H. GALLOWAY appeared to a layman that three do not, intend to grow berries should plans for extensive studies along the .
Car*** Blek Kl..l.ree DEALERS. 35-2t wheels, although but two were on the come, anyhow, and the chances are latest and most scientific lines ,of Kissimmee

car, and the license tag were about that they will want to grow; some, Florida's great orange-industry. New MOOD KOB /

,1- all worth saving. Report has it thai. too. courses are announced in the natural $6,000-to: $12,000 'Yearly!

the driver, some say he had a companion and artificial propagation of plants, ,

was coming towards Kissimmee OSCEOLA GROWERS WILL subtropical fruit growing, grove management An Insurance man' In South Carolina : .!.,
a farmer In Wisconsin butch '
a .
..- WE DO Saturday, passing through Plnecastle ELECT BOARD TUESDAYThere floriculture vegetable grow- er In Minnesota, other all over tha, qa
with everything "wide open" when the c ing, home gardening; plant diseases U.real B.-these melt-" .wanted to, own ... El.e'e
catapulting commenced and the grand is to be an important meeting trlk-Mald ,;
\' All Kinds Of and pests and means of eradicating Bake Shop. rave them

." and lofty tumble took place. It seemsa Tuesday evening at the Chamber. them, etc. These courses will be their many opportunity.other own their Today own, they proeprrou and- tl ; .

pity to use a good car in that manner of Commerce, and every member of I composed of lectures, laboratory and ttlectrlk-Mald Bake Bhopa.;
Electrical the Osceola Growers is urged to be without having; known a thing about b
Repairing -but no doubt the owner could field work the visitation of groves the bakery business before. You .:t .

.. :well afford the experiment. !present and participate. At that time and nurseries and will be built upona hare the same ohanc. right her*. A y
will be the election of a new board of cash buclneas; no charsr; no de.. o
/ Motors Electric! Fans, Washing Machines. Vacuum Cleaners Flatirons thorough foundation of courses in 1lv.rie.b; your pro Ate In the till every ->
directors, and there will be many new and nlrht Everyone who eats to a, '
. .Toasters, etc. Bring all your Electrical Appliances; if they chemistery, physics bacteriologyof .customer.Buslne** good all 'u
.......... . member of that body present-a.all year
can be put in good shape we'll guarantee the work at a low price; We wish to express our thanks and the soil. :yound. W. supply all equipment
stock in the aft and Information. -
of those now holding t s
If ot-be-1'epalred--we' tell you so and there'll be no charge. .appreciation to all who werje! :: Uiey., to us during the illness,.and death of sociation are entitled to'it' vote. The LESS THAN A MILLION Write'orWlrcfT diiy'7

our mother and grandmother, and for selection of a board of energetic men WILL GET TO FLORIDA for fall pirtloulara. Act now to eb- "fo-!

Kissimmee Electrical Company the beautiful floral offerings. t lea an essential matter. The taln .ta In KlMlnuneevElectrikMald
many I. final allotment of. thirtyfiveand
' -. JT. Z. ROBERSON YET,PEOPLE WILL FLOCK one-half millions of' dollars appropriated ,Bake Shops._ .
t', H. O.. REIGHT:, Proprietor And family., by congress'' for river and ..T'r.. "
arbor improvement work for the
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,I.).f':; ELECTRICAL- ",, CONTRACTORS' .' :' > NOTICE TO FORD OWNERS Accident ,' took 288 lives fat ,the,:five fiscal',year of 1923 has been' an; -'

LET US' EXCHANGE THAT OLD borough( New York city luring nouJae cL. The amount, which will i.;; '

...:"r . Fixtures ,?:Appliances: CAlL UPS. Wiring for. Light, BATTERY FOR"A.NEW ONE... LIBERAL . July this:year,'according to. the,;Safety come to Florid .wIU be close to$840- Oraftge fit. Bps. :
j".' ,.. .. :ALLOWANCE 'FOR :TOUR Institute,'of America. This 18 Jan 000;which;: will Include., the .Saint '. ;
Heat and Power (Furn shdf ;
, ', .. j;; :. ; ,"aild, : OLD BATTERY.OUR; PRICES ARE. increase of M' deaths over,theacci, Johns .river;;,$580,000Tampa and ON'.BLUFF' lI'ACtNO'.oCEAN' _.

"",.)1 !.,Edison Lai, lps. GO Motor'.Repairing:, IUGHT'OSCEOLA'MOTORCOMPANY.. w. : :' -. 'a.: dent toll.for ;Jui e. Exactly the same Hillsboro:bay*;I250.000J:r the:Kissimmee -. $II''per'we.k'' $Sf.per math'MELBOURNE.FLORIDA
'- ". ''' .'. number were,the city;.July ,river:110,000; the .
:;;; .. . ,FORD DEALERS...*' "' 921 .a'this year. 'The: ,;number I'.of $25,600; Clearwater,,harbor anelBoe..c.lea'Bay$14OOO.removiDc "'-, " *,.. ...',..tip!.,,.<.

:; .7, 'Darlington r.AveUueWillsalli'BUI1dIng. ;: Kissimmee ,KISSIMMEE,, FLORIDA. *' .P children killed. .increased.. :from :: : '""" kr

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;;,. .. WHERE WAS YOUR will have I II
BOY.LAS1'"onGJIT1 j.. a '' I

I1 ravening ,
k'z (By'.W. U. Montgomery) !virtue

(Prompted by the article,' "Where /unto the ,
QLL.CQO.CLEAN Was Your Girl Last '
Might 7" in recent ;with

c neatcomp- cL;min. issues of Florida: papers.) This is
You say you are going to breakup You
,7 : Bakes; cocks: :and the auto riding down darkened moving '
roasts.% Heat Automatically *ootrollediby lanes. You say you ate going to put thwart ,

"i handles..No.wado; a stop to this night auto parking..You by lockfn I

a no valvesX J r. say you are; but how .. at night. .
You place the blame upon the indiscretion .. Fields ,
Zj M Let us show you how simplewi '
Floreneeil.andhowitaintensdyhot'blueflamelsdirected and duplicity of till mother. tlvated, :
Are you getting at the real source .1) Homes
r close up under and seat of the.trouble), T You sincerely time by I
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3 the eooking and why the Florence and truly think, that you\ are;; but guidance :

'. > means snore heat and less care. are you? fer ;:
w. '? Is not the correct a'nd proper Diagnosis gentle

y .,"' Of a disease to first find the underlying soon .
.r cause and then proceed to For
.1 >(,i tear it out by the roots T ly have

JT' Would it not be better to ask:' be found

:ItJi.\ "Where was your boy last night?.' stands, .r
Did he, not say as he started out .i,
:i)!'f t ., to .the garage after supper that :he (nerd

.;: I was going to take the car and run I else '.
oi..J. 1 1I down to the "Y" or was it the picture side the

;; I show. or-maybe-the--ewrnming-poei,' Reeking i "
..,,' ;; rW" he ealdT .'!
';'/0. ,' .' show of :
...!.. Jn; your cross etupid1ty;"" ?'Sack girl, who
1:41K1 i ii Interest, you believed him, else didn't their guilt ;
,:. :
care but did he to of these
!.. ; go any er the
1 yy, l 1 places and if he did, how long did he I I I zephyrs : .:
stay? Was not his real aim and in the
objective to proceed with all speed toi I the car as '
fC the home of some little girl, bundle I reached .
.. I. "
____ her into tiis car and then on to the lane." "
4 .- darkened_lanes_ .
>, --I you emu --I- would :..;.
1 into effectual operation the sinister remedy .

More He t'. thoughts his mind has been continuo they shall .j
ously dwelling upon for days in advance !range and ",

x Less .CarowI ? He tells somebody's little girl sasses ,.
although this may be their first meeting gets ; '

lye, ._ of his everlasting and undying: er who l':
love for her. She accuses and twits Where
W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY him of his love for Mazie, Annabelleor If he

Inez and the liar and libertine .ceiving
hat he is he refuses her aousation I
every Ing and '
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/ and as a positive proof of his he was;

i r declaration Bays he will never spead (been in ; 7 b.C to those Janes again as long as he ,'returned
r eIJ. i : >> mp JOn
Net 1 ti' lives, and with the trust and confidence '!and purity

that God reposes in all good little ones. :
Licensed funeral Director little girls, she believes him. With
S'or. and CAP _
ll y. prpmises> of daily rides-visits to theaters
; R, I onA Si".,... Symp&A.tie:Servlc.I. R."J..J dances, cafes coupled with his I I II ,:

i'' :' S'r' Anu. A'uKiuimm. .. . preferred love such as maid never I I I\ ( .'

.. HIgh Grade Amtulance Salute at elllOf I dreamed of before, she sees in herself I I
" nee: 14. PHONES Reeldence: 7ed .the adored princess and envy of all : I "OC&1 I ,
feminine eyes; and her capitulation

, -- to which may be truthfully added Anthony ,.
i Y; destruction, is complete.You Graygtone a.
say you are going to break it The I' .
up. But how? By imposing a restricting i
Stationery Out Of The OrdinaryAPPEAL order upon all little girls were Meek in was

against their night-riding? sion and ':<
Perhaps you know of that which will *
+ Often the careful business Southport '
provide a barrier of protection for all
I- ty people.
man or the professional man little girls against attack upon their ;
h desires to for his personal Sears
use moral strength? ; :.;
of the
1, : } correspondence.something better Would ttf God' that you did; but ; *..
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than common-and good stationery you don't
is always in taste. The Harris,
''Have, you ever given study and '
r' drawback in the past has been thought to the relative ages and' de- Donegan,

4, that the prices were too often velopment of the boy and girl? glowing
Board of
prohibitive .the..use of the
Do you know that all youth possesses '.
,have I
everydaysort of correspondence a.
.. common three ages, viz; Aronological, biological I Gazette. ;
:. paper has been'' and mental, and that the male > I,
; Thi.J continued from day to day, I.
I', Is in ascendancy over the female In Three ;
from month to month. from the two last named;provided they are I veyors left

.{ year to year. on par of the first t In association of I Ing.' : '

this character the boy is usually the marking ."
is HE E SOMETHING: DIFFERENT senior of the girl, which makes the 'feasible -' I I N

hazard all the more grave. igator i
,*' Put t.up .in' cleverly contrived carton We are showing some of This-being true, which it is, how in on the I !
'th. celebrated Hammermill with finish
stationery, a ripple. -something
> the name of heaven are you going to ,ty mile's
that has not,before. been shown in this shape. Two hundred and fifty permit the association of boys and land from I '
,sheet.of elegant paper printed tastily, with a corresponding numberof girls and keep them pure? The ; I .
envelopes printed in like fashion, will equip any office desk or Not by their segregation.Not I on a direct I: .:
.:,home)\with; :writing ,material seldom equalled-never excelled-neat, by frantic appeal to mothers. :Whittier' I'I'I r
novel and arranged as to be kept dean and convenient.vWOTrNOT I ;
.ehud.lO; Not by a fanatical crusade against county, !I ; y
CALL AND SEE THIS STOCK? cars parked in shaded lanes. tance I .
o'i I Not by signed petitions praying for lalnds of : ;
added and more strenuous' Company; If!
r" Kissimmee Gazette But by return to that adage of .prairie- I .h
( Valley I
civilization when the growing boy was gan and ;
looked upon as the future bulwark of through I I o .j
7 the nation. i
iN..B.. .-.;.The cost of a carton is conservative, and the satisfaction
had the been asked:
't When question
lo be gained is most satisfactory.
..' : . "Where was your boy last night t"
could have answered E t
f -- you truthfully : l''
4 "He was home studying his historylesson .

./ TO PARENTS Housewife as his examination comes Friday
(rw _ and he wants to obtain a' high

3q Give! your boys and girls a business New Woman mark on all his work so he can enter

"training now, and they will bless you college in the falL"
in the future when they are fighting' Where was your boy last night? I
.the battle of life. A business trAin-I "All of our best doctors had given He took his mother to a lyceum '

-' ;ing..Is .the greatest asset parents can : me up. I was unable to leave mybed course lecture. Bi u''
.4'' give their children. Business life opens for 16 weeks and was yellow asA Where was your boy last night? ,

up to every ambitions young per- pumpkin, besides the terrible stomach He was one of the basketball team ,
._ son wonderful opportunities. It of- pains I suffered. Our druggist playing a championship game downat
: fete t you congenial employment amidst advised my husband to try Mayr's the "Y."
i .pleasant surroundings and unlimited Wonderful Remedy' and it saved my Where was your boy last night?

\opportunities to win for yourself the life. I am a new woman now;" It is a He took his mother our neighbor,
respect and whole-hearted commenda- simple, harmless preparation that Mrs. Jones, and her charming daughter -

r 'tion of the community in which you removes' the catarrhal mucus from out for an evening's ride. I
UDd work. We receive new students the intestinal tract and allays the I inflammation Where was your boy last night? ...

*r ) any time. If you are ready to which cauie. practicallyall His work yesterday was of such i! 4

,1.j do it now. Now is the stomach, 'liver. and intestinal_ ailments strenuous nature he stayed home I
:right time here Is the opportunity. Including appendicitis. One reading and visiting with the rest of ) WELL, I KNOW ALL :: 1'
: '" 1,. I f !6HTl IT'S THE 4E ONE IN eQ
.Kissimmee,:Business i College, JCissim- doae. will convince or money refunded the family. E -'
5 nee, !.1dL 35-tf. J. Z. Roberson and druggists. ./!" Were you able to knowingly answer I I ANIMAL 6OIN' 6Ol'THAT'S' PLAC.oa' ALWpIf5. ( THE CIRCUS -
everywhere. these question in conformity withare I"A THAT ALWAYS $

'I: OODl. 'WOOD! WOOD1 foregoing, your little girl, my MAS HK+'rRUNK ,

r. ,' wdk..*5i.i !. .v MANY ARE TO ENTERS little girl and everyone else's little : WITH H1M t ts
Place*'your orders o veneer' block '" >SWIMMING: CONTESTS girl would 'safe from the advances i I
'i'fl. ""and for'the ,. the human vultures : + tt ( see
/split block .t' ilCte urn- *nd attack* of
r crier months.,Block delivered'"** ''Thei southeastern'"iunaUor# 'athletic I that'' the present, home environment
x t '"' '"ftflS for 120 blocks;-split,for: sio.. union'swimming 'eent.eta which sow.and Inlquttious social atmosphere aredaily ,

,..t''I r wood( ;;,''gnaranteed fun "strand,..$3.15. staged or'Ron *Cofege'at;' Winter I II propagating with the 'numerical.
fts ,
Parties'with small stoves can be,sup Park,;for Frilay and"Saturta'Bpe1einb strength ,of:microbe -- t :jY'1 ..1J

plied with any/length from 12 inches o 1 and'2;;'will draw'*hundreds; of I ,And'you..know this. '' Is. true' ,. every .
t* 1q< Inches. ''No change In price until I..thl.te.'"Pot.. These will word"of.. it.. ':;;,'" .-. 'I It+ Itlr 4' i

.Ffjday,:September,18.NGet in your come'froaiI' \Iportion.'/of Florida,i Ton cry out, the alarm' but -fail.;to,, iI ..cti

-, W iter**\\8YPpl..,.'while;prices .are 1oAq1 A, L'many trophies' are to be awarded. provide4bk r .esn, '447.>__' _'___' .' .." -'.1
ti delivered. J hbne. 91;". 616. ..Brack 'The.::"events are ieh.duled'. ,to .begin. Under the proper home government,
:>'!I !*,'Gt.J'. ; BonnW'. *; 85-tf" ,.each. ,|rfternoon> a\:,three 7 a'dockt : guidance. -"and inativi'tion''your'boy; ; Ar
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Teach ChrisUa-i Cfcarch {Continued from pace 1) I
i. Conscientious and studious care '
September, 1901.--"The report of;
Teaching Violin. Wilt teachat .
Horns of Pupils. For appoint. or .9ASTEIVaBALE.. NOTICE ..\"*......, '".N' ro{ TAX I Allen j. Miller Pastor. the viewers of the road from .Campbell -;'

meat. pbone 110, Balht CIOUa"ttf f . )111- 10:00 a. m',_Sunday school. '&. ; E. to the county line, through Reedy

p040000t 0 000004. +0 .0 III Circuit Court for the 17th Judicial In Kotlof .. hereby given that R. F. Bee rerf 'I Yowell superintend '* :creek, was read and accept and,th.'
Circuit of the State of Florida. .
van ef'Tax Certificate No.12S7 : C '
I and for o.oeola County. |n Chanoerjri dated purchaser the lilt day .f July 'A. D. I 11:00 a. m. -"Sermon. .'Theme' J viewers dischargedand: on motion// ?

J Lewis Horst. Complainant. versus J. M. 111. has filed said certificate In my "The Lord's Dsgr. of'C. S. Acres seconded l If. S. rare
y .,
Wlnstanley. "a widower
Notice erica and has made api>U.e.tlon for tax 7:00: p. m.-cbrl'lWLn. Endeavor.
B. DICKERSON) Foreclosure ,of mortgage: ofMiner' deed to Issue la accordance with law. 8:00 4Jnion services theBaotist tin, thesame, was ec:1ared.lbllc. ,
: ntf
Sale: NoticeS hereby riventhat I p '
Said certificate embraces the following
under and virtue of final decree I lroad'to be opened up ...soon as DOSsM -,
.AND' BUILDERBricklsjrmg by a described property, situated In OIIoeo"Un.I.I. FOR'' SALE Church. Theme: "A ReligionThat
entered In the above styled eau.eontb. County Florida, t Is Not. In Vain." v" .
Hth day Of June, A. D. IMS I. ... Int.t fh .
one-half BH
SALE Good one-horse wagon.Call '
Lathing; Plastering. a. Special Muter appointed In' this of SB M. Section 17. Township XI South.Rang at Meters! w blacksmith shop. No. 8:00: p.. BU- Wednesday:: Prayer I No-rernber,, 1901-ft.: ( motion of C.,
Painting eau... will; on the first Monday In Beptembar. M Vast.The t Main street. Kissimmee. 4-Ito Meeting: 8. Acne, seconded by J. F. WilUams.
aante being the 4th day of Sep .
No., 121 Brack Street, KUalmmee timber A. D. IMS offer for sal and .f said the land Issuance being of assessed said certificate at thedate FOR SALE) A pair of youfiK canaries I W... weJesokas yon to worship with it. was) ,ordered;; that"tho proper,-auithority I

sell at public( outcry for oaah In band in the name of B. W.Pinch.. Unless male Just beginning to sins Will ',us. examine the road book and to
to the highest rlla\c the front door said certificate shall be .redeemed ao- sell the pair or separstely.Male *. ,
-. /' of the Court House I Os.- cording to law, tax deed will Issue .| female 11-60.' T, U., puke, 40S First Baptist: Parch :have put upon said book all public-
49'T.: KRIBBB W J. BTBKDKRIBBS cola County Florida, during the legalhoaru thereon on the Slat day of August A. Pleasant street 4-ltx .
j of sale the'followlnir", describedproperty.'Vli ' r roads It any, that may. .hare. Been
': Rev J. A.
t;STEED Sutton. P.. Pastor
] The East-half of all of J, I*' OYi RSTREE'1'. FOR BALE-Boy's bicycle, Rolltast. In I omitted therefrom."
that part of the North weat quarterNW small l. Low '
avtsrs>eys mm. "...-..>rs 'a* Law < %)'. of the -Sputhaastquarter Clerk Osoeola Circuit County Court FlorIda..' .' pries fine condition for quIck.for sale. Apply 17Poasell 9:45: ',It. m..;...Sunday': school. S. L. C. S.: Acree introduced the ,.follow-.,,

ItJsslsasstt.Vle. >ridail <8BU.>, and the Southwest quarter SKAI.) '* avenue, Klaslmmee. St-lto Lupfer Jr. superintendent _'Classes ttif resolution *
.._... Txvetle* ..' all Stale ..*, (8WVO of the Northeast: quarter By KATHLEEN BBARDRN. for all ages Join the pastor's et....
II....* ,States "' .. V (NEW) of Section Thirty-two (IS). l.'i t' Deputy Cleric. FOR 8ALK-Or will exchange for Improved ., 11:00 ... m*Sermon by Rev. Zr JT. Resolvedt'"Tbat ail public'
Township Twenty-five (U) South. ,Florida real estate, a splendid '
Ranre Twenty-nine (It) East, lying; NOTICE' ) OF EXECUTOR! FOR FINAL moving">plctur theatre located In Farmer.: '. roads leading; 'to 'the courthouse N'
"" ,South of Bhlnrle Creek,' contsiningtwentytire PISCIIABOJ3 one of the beat medium-sued townsIn '7:00: p. -m_B, Y. p TT. live 'none posted! by ''the;' road supervisor andthat' .
Johnston O. P. OAIUUBT (tS) acres more or lose, Northern Ohio, near l..k.Erl.. a
GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW situate In Osceola County, Florida. J.'' the C mrf l' Judge !State! For farther particulars call at office prat.sent. all individuals doing work* on''
JOHNSTON: Same being sold In payment of part .f Florida!. Oaees'la Coeisity. of The Oa..)t.. msslmmee. i/-alx ;the pnblic roads mast,'' in making'out
of the Indebtedness" aa mentioned In :
the final d.or.An4\ on 'the same day In the' Estate of FOR BALE! Complete set of Mark ed by Rev. Allen, 'JL Muter r their I bills,' name .the road on which '

Iff i Office: 10, ,,,11' and .12, Osceola Band at I will the same aa such place Special and at the Master same otter time NO.r.elI'H) Ravens: deceased.GIVEN' to all Twain In fine and condition of 'Gene except Field.that Nice In one...... 7iSO p. ml; :::- Wednesday.. ; Prayer the 'work 'was done, and at: or near ,

Building. for aale and sell at public outcry for whom It may concern that on the llth or two Instances roaches have uunoh- meeting.:. what mile post and by'whoae'-OI'der.*'
KIB8I11MHC. FLORIDA'NEID'S cash In hand to the highest bidder the day of October, A. D. 1IZS, I shall apply ed on a cover.. Til make a wpo4erfully Free seats and a welcome to June 1902.t'On. motion of C. 8.1
followingdescribed property, vise low price on cither or both awts.See .
to t h* Honorable T. L. Comer well those who belong
'All of Lot Three ((). and all of Lot Judge of said Court, as Judgs of ,Probate Thorndyke, at Oasette! 08.**. strantrers as Acres,.seconded by J. F.: Williams:,
Four (4) North of the right-of-way of Met .
for final discharge Executor *
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. except of the my estate of David Ravens, A 'church of the"bible and for, the clerk was,instructed' to adnrtia..for,

: BATHS Beginning at the Northeast corner deceased, and that at the same time I FOR BALE-.Seven hundred head of people.; sealed bids'from competent surveyors
of Lot Four .(4)run West 2.11chains. will final accounts as Executor good stock cattle. If interested _
South 7.K4 chains Northeasterly present of said my estate and ask for their write H. H. Henderson., Ib.tofaceBox to,aarveyj.the, :public. .l'Oadl.ot' the
But For May Diseases alonir Line' the parallel oft the AtlanticCoast 171. Ocala Florida S6-6tx Mdledlrt (luck'Rev. county :and put the same upon. the
...*U chains North S.I1 Bated, 14. A. l 2t. '
chalni to point of beginning, Also, except August OTTO R. BLEECH. FOR SAL.H--Oldsmar Tractor almost It. F. Hodnett Pastor plat book'the' board 'reserving-the, . r
Good baths with water direct' from : Beginningtwenty (10) feet East new, with plow, coultel'dl.ka, and *
medicinal well., Open Tuesday, of the Southwest corner. of Lot Four J .It Bxecutor.LOUCHMAN'a . cultivators. Cheap for ....... Allison 9:45 a. nx.-Sunday"school.. J. L. rlght.toreJect anyol"al: ( bids

Thursdays, Saturdays, from 9:30 a."iartoToOO (4) In Twenty-five 8"tlolThlrly.lx. (15), South(II of) Township Range. \ NEW MILL T. French Postofnce Bulldina Ss-tf Overstreet, soperintendcnt. C On motion of C. 8. A cree,1 seconded .

-p.V; m. 'A short-drive: -from Tw ntr= IIfInIEa''n4'"n1nNorttln. ) ------'-" ------ BBUr-TH! B Orlg-lnal-Watklna-Producta. .400p..meJunioy( .Jeague. __ by H. S. Partin,,JjF. P3rIT'! E.
Kissimmee. ,Phone 8C8. ." chains* Fast S.K chains South Good city territory still open. Get 7:00 p. m.--Senior. League. devotlonaL J_ Brown and William Bionson were"
.4S .haln.. East .TI chains South (Continued from page 1)) our wonderful offerand- free sam- - "' .;,..
6.0S chains Went ..'11 chains South Dlea Write today. The J. R. Wat. appointed "a committee" to 'examine
Orders for the water may be left ...* chains West .... chains; All except a nine-foot band saw, white the carriage kin. Company Department 7t, Memphis 8:00: o m_Union services at the and locate sito for a'bridge'on
at residence814 Patrick ,street.CHAS. :: Beginning at the. Southwest. corner Tennessee 14..ltx Baptist church. Sermon by Rev Allen
win be of the heaviest with '
of said Lot Four' (4) and run type J. Millar.:\ Theme "A Religion Reedy creek, in, lobnat n'l.1and: ;
thence Kast-JS8V4 feet to the right-of- steel roller.bed.ateet conveyors anda FOR RENT-Furnished cottage. three :
NEID Owner way_of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad -rooms and bath; also four rooms upstairs That Is Not In Vain. 1 land estimate the'probable cost'of' ''
thence along said rightofwayIn ten by twelve nigger. There will apartment and bath.. Apply.toMrs. ''8.00 p.- m.Wednesday.Prayer the- same;/avid to:_report=-to-tbIa board:
a Northeasterly direction 1U feet be au66-inch edger, and a trimmer of A. T. Morrison corner Lake and
to the starting point of the lands to Aderhold. ...tto Meeting. _:. at its next regular meeting"July
be herefrom excepted, thence Northeasterly ample size, with what is termed a 1902.-c.. S. Acres otjered the' I
Telephones-Office. II; Residence along said right-of-way 101 Shotgun feed and 17-inch hog. All FOR 8AL.E Modern five-room bungalow Pr b""riaa'' C" rcli '
No. il feet, thence North 10* feet thence a screen! porches, on lot about following resolution J
Southwesterly parallel to .aid right- of this machinery is new, direct from .4x 0. Twelve orange", trees In full I Rev. W. H. Dresch, D. D., Pastor Resolved 'That when member
5.00 106 feet, thence South 108 feet Mrs. A. T. Morri : any
Hours: .:.. to 11:00: ; to : of-way bearlncAlPP'y to
to the point of said starting place. All the plant of the Prescott Company, son corner Lake and Aderhold.24Ito 9:45 f*. m.-Sunday school. wishes to address the board he mu.t.
DR. B. L WILKERSON In Section Thirty-six (II) Township :and is all now rolling towards Lough- I ,
f standingwhile
: Twenty-five (t6) South of'l, 7:00 p. m.-.Junior Christian En. rise to his feet and remain

IXBNTIST!! Twenty-right (IS) Kast. I man. Some of the machinery has FOR SALE-Wooden washing" machine deavor. so doing,' and must receive the
Eighty-three (II) acres, more or already reached its destination. : nearly new. Apply 101 Main 7:00 m.-Senior Christian En. .
Office Over The Rexall Store. Situate In Osceola County, Florida.Same 1..1 street i I0-tt p. attention of the whole board.
being sold in payment of i The second mill will be 80x60 feet I deavor. Resolved Further: "There shall l be '
,. FurnishedRooms 8:00 Union services at the
of the Indebtedness as FOR BALE For Rent.: p. m.-
the final decree relative to that plf'e.1 in size, and will carry machinery to and No Trespass Card. 10 Baptist church Sermon bv Rev. Al- no, more work on' the public roads: In'
Each of the above described work the smaller stuff. There cents each at The Gazette of floe. 1
up been ,
will be sold separately Purchaser to 4i-tt len J. Miller. Theme: "A Religion this county. untll-the same have

KLEINMAN pay for deeds. Hated this tat day ofi'I will be two lath bolters, two lath That Is Not In Vain" properly laid out and"recorded >.0 the :
JESSIE. D. -A. D. 1SI1. FOR SALE-Fine! residence property.
August. machines, single saws, equalizer, and .
:J. 8. CADEU Apply at the office of The Valley 8:00 p. m.-Wednesday Prayer plat book. , .

Copying Stenographic Work As Special Master In Chancery. other needed machinery, and it will Qasette, Kissimmee. S-tf ser ce. September, 1902.-"The chairman' 4'

Solicitors KR1BBS for at Complainant.STEED ..-.t I have a daily capacity of 20,000 lath, FOR 8ALBJ--One Bets Blectrlo Wall Ckrisf Ckorck announced that the term of office/ of
Phone 253. State Bank Building the same quantity of car strips, and Plate. Practically new. At a reasonable superintend
W Overstreet as -,
price. Apply Valley Oasette. (Pentecostal) George ,
NOTICE FOR FINAL WISCHABGK!! some 6000 feet of lumber to be worked T-tf. '
I I Corner Brack and Oak Streets tont of roads had expired, and that:

41 In The Court of County Judge, State ofi I jap into box material. It is in this FOR 8ALK-Two boys' suits. 4-year necessary to have an election or

Lee.Florida.I Deceased In the Osceola teC of nt.o. r'l:I smaller mill that shingles will be old dark slse green, velvet Russian, one dark style blue white, one Walter Lorenz take some action in the' ,prem......:

Notice Is hereby given to all whom It maufactured and Chipped. collar and cuffs detachable. Nearlynew. Sunday School Superintendent. Whereupon on motion of'C. S. Acree.
CITYMEATJARKET may concern that on the 11th day of I I Both mills will be run by electricity ppl.01 Main street. 4>-tf
school. Inter- by-IL'S.PaitiD the follow- .
September I shall apply 10:00 a. m"--Sund. seconded ;, ..
'I to the ntrabf.l; Comer Judgeof -eve.y machine having direct connection FOR SALE national lesson. Classes for all ages. Ing resolution was' passed:' > td
said Court as Judge of Probate, for
my final discharge as Executrix of the I fend carryingan individual Splendid modern 6-room house, nicebearfng 11:00 a. m.-Divine worship. Special Resolved:"""That the office of's '
estate of Jno. M. Lee, deceased, andthat motor thus adding an element of fruits on brick highway; bible teaching.
at the same time I will presentmy Iteoe; naif cash, balance like paying; 7:15 p. m.-Young People's meet. perintendent, oiLvfoads; .be, and the
final accounts Executrix of said safety which, few mills in-the state re*>.. is hsMby far'the :
,, same dJipsnsjd.wltb
estate and ask for their approval. this there is Fine strawberry farm, well Improved ,
Dated July S, A. I.3921. +I I possess. For current close In; very cheap and terma. 8:00 p. m.-Divine worship. Praise term of one year from t ::this 'dale.!
Fresh Mea.1t and DORA R. LEE to be installed electric Sin *
S0t E ecutrl*. a complete. Twenty-five acres exceedingly well rich testimony Inspirational The' abovI would indicate.that Ur.Acree '
land with elegant flowing ; very
of 650 kllowat capacity, which 2:30 p. mJTuesday.: Women Bible -
IPlant .
cheap. and easy terms. h.dbeenftnn..and'+ a..latent
VegetablesPhone NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR. TAX jl will not only carry .all machinery atone We also have IIft acres land adjoin' class. : : I "
g DEED 1 and the time but will create lag O't..... on shell road well Improved 8:00: p. m..Thuraday4 Praise Tes. worker. for the-pnbS.'good.. : ,
----- same '
fine house and barn; exchange timony. Preaching. .

44 Chleholm.Notice is purchaser Hereby Given of Tax That CertificateNo. A. M. air excess current sufficient to light home for Klsilmtnee here. Come property see us.; owner,,-wants Everybody" cordially invited to'. all Buy. .'stock. in .Osceola' Growers; ,- ,.. ** :

60. dated the 7th day of June. A.. the offices!! and stores of the company, NELSON REALTY COMPANY' services.<< Come."' "Pr.)." "Be- -
D. has filed said certificate In . ..
11ZO my Here. "
fell the homes and thoroughly H-ltx: .
In .
office, and has made application for _
tax deed to Issue In accordance,, with illuminate the entire town : '1/. ; .
FOR TRADE $t Jesm's (Episcopal) Owe-!
law. Said certlflcat embraces the following !, .
DR. R. J. DENNING ,:. described property situated In area. By way of comparison,in or.der .. "

DENTIST "'':' Osceola County. Florida to-wlti that the size of this electric plant FOR.TRADE-Complet. set of Mark x Rev; L. H. KJrkby, Rector, ,' .i, ; '"Inn a
f WV4 of Ntt of Lot 1. In Section 13, Twain and of 'Oene Field. Nice acts Orange:9-po-t
Over the Postofflce.. Township IS South Range t$ East may be understood .the better, it may In fine condition except that In one 9:45'a.: m.-Church school. : . I
The said land being assessed at the or two Instances roaches have lunched .. JIODERNiBOTEL .
be stated the :
OFFICE! HOURS: I to 11:10.: 1:'0 t. date of the Issuance of said certificate current produced will on cover. I'll make a wonderfully A
Residence Phone 1T4- In the name of B. E. Salmon. equal 850 horsepower. The municipal low price on either or both sets MUST MUZZLE,, DOGS AU Rooms.With. Bath [
Office Phone 158 Unless said certificate ahall be redeemed Will swap tor gasoline and oil and i 'a
plant but 360 NEAR
according to law. tax deed will Klqsimmee deliver the books when fhe. tank I.nU..4 Is From Saturday, July 29, 1922,until RATES
Issue thereon on the list day of August kilowat capacity.; the first time. See Thorndykc, MELBOURNE. FLORIDA
A. D. m*. at Qasette office. 38-tf Tuesday, September 5, 1922, all dogs -
'. The Everglade Cypress Companyhas
running at large within the limits of
(Seal) already completed a fine office FOR RENT i
M. TILLER Clerk Circuit Court. the City of Kissimmee, Florida, must .
Osceola County. Florida. directly on the Dixie Highway. It -
11-Et By S: H. Bullock r>. C. FOR RENT-Twenty-four acre farm be properly muscled.: Dogs found at SEED: ronnr., COWPMAH. MILLET! ,''
I is an attractively constructed build- two miles south of Saint Cloud; CRASH, SEED OltGIIUtS'for-,.
Real Estate Agency.NleNNeNNN. : Gt'AIiniNOTIfM OF APP'U'A.1 ing, built of modern and three fourths mile off hard road; large without muzzles; as. prescribed mediate shipment. AU seaeenaba.
cypress, Field and Vegetable; Beeds.: '
TION FOIL DIS'IIAnO, some Implements. Apply William L>. by ordinance, wllL-bS impounded and Write for
covers a ground spice of 45x60 feet. Seel all Main street KlaslmmeeVOn . Price List and Catalogue. Oar beautlful .<
In Court of-the County Judge Oaceola a5..tx will not be released except upon the and InstruetlTS, catalogue Is free i''
Realty Bought and sold. 'I No expense is being spared to have and Rives valuable information enfarmlnir -.
County, State of Florida. In Re Estate of the of dollar together '
payment sum one (
I and gardening for. Florida and
Houses rented. of Miriam T. Munjrer, Minor. this entire institution thoroughly up RICNT-Nicely furnished flat.: '
Modern conveniences Low rent for with fee of 25c foreach day's the South. Writs to ,las today for:
Notice Is hereby given to all whom It A
Taxes' paid and Titles verified ', )j may concern that I. as Ouerdlan ofMiriam'T. to date in every way convenient, well- summer W. U. Harris 14-tf confinement. Refusal to pay these special ments. prices Our complete on your. stock seed will require en-i*;. 6able

Munger. Minor, will on the equipped free from fire danger and
for non-retident
us to- supply you to advantage Int;
h. fees the of the animal. .
.Sth day of September A. 1 2S. eight WANTED. justify killing price, and '
Fire. Life and Accident In- ' "weeks from' the date hereof, apply to so arranged that the maximum of << C. II. priggers, Wf.
(the Honorable T. L. Comer County output may be obtained a minimumof WANTED Agent to sell Income In
sursnce. Judge of said county for my final discharge surance. Old strong Company. K. Chief of Police. L A. MARTIN SHD CO.
such Guardian and shall labor. .It is located so near the B.
Indemnity Bonds. as : .Morrey., Apoptea. Florida. 8-tx Kissimmee, Florida July 27, 1922. . ,
also prevent my final accounts for ap- county line that it Is considered a Kis- '
..... .........0.......... proval. WANTED-Sap pine and cypress tim 33-St Oldest .. ... Largest Sd Hs.e. ,lai, tY
Dated July 10, ,A. n 1922" (slmmee asset-and Osceola county is ber suitable for cross-ties. Address>: ......- '. -

31-St MARK MUNOER.Guardian. proud of it and the manager as well- Postofflce' Box 134. Kissimmee. :X Cultivate an acre of itrawberrlei. ea-aos East Bay St.,"..k.II'. .r....

.J. Wade Tucker. WANTED Man with car to sell the "

P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNETATtAW IIKUIMTItATION JtOTH best low-priced Cord Tires made; _- u -. .. _0. .. "_ ._
---- - - -- "--- - -
$100 week and Wolfe
Notice Is hereby given that the Registration THE TRIBUNE STILL LEADS Tire Company 608 Canal; Benton .
.. Books for Osceola county.Florida Harbor Michigan. x '
OFFICES will ;*>e open at the office of the The Tampa Morning Tribune is -
Winter Park Florida Supervisor of Registration of Osceola WANTED-One-horse wagon standard BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY "
I county, Florida, Monday, August 7. A. still leading the field in South Florida.In width State price. 1'ostofflce Box 7
D. 12C. and will close Saturday October point of news service it carries a Ute ''Klaslmmee. 35-tf
a The Registration Books In each fuller and more complete service than MISCELLANEOUSSECOND CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS .
Election District In the county, will be .
other in this field. All the '. '
Monday. September 4, 112 and any paper :
J. HARVEY open '
DR. J. HAND GOOD bought, sold
will close Saturday, October 14, 1 22. WOOD, BRICK STONE y
CHIROPODIST OF TAMPA news "appears, every day in the Tri- and repaired. The Casino. ...If "
who tl of
are yeara
persons age v
Ivlv Will) be at The Graystone Hotel 'hand I over and who are cltlsens of the bune. From a circulation standpoint, NEW CATALOGUE-Fall edltlon.'Con- STEEL, STUCCO .

' the 7th and 8th of each month: I'i I United of States the, State and who of Florida have been for residents the which'proves a newspaper's popularity I talns a .fund of fine Information for N. F. BASS . JACK BASS '

t \I past twelve months, and of the Countyof it surpasses apy. other fopr papers great the new-comer value to those or beginner already familial and of 322 Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue ; *'

I entitled Osceola to for register the past six months, are (tn South Florida. If you want, the with Florida Truck Orowlngr. If you .

KISSIMMEE PLUMBING I' Supervisor of W.Registration.C. RASA'!, news all of. it every day in the are log-lie'write" I\OT already today rec.lvlngour for copy. KllKoraSeed cata- .

Osceola! County Florida. year, you can't afford to pass up the CompanY. .,.I'hmt "City' Florida. IL HAROLD HUMSM.- P. 8IMMON3, D. A. MORRISON. ;:.:....
) 4-4tc President Vice President Sea & Treas. -
SHOP and
Tribune. Enter. your name now ,
Jud'l- let the Tribune bring the news of the NOTICE berculosis.!-Anyone Indigestion suffering or from malaria tu- : Beat Fertilizerloscetiddes Sprayers Poultry Supplies

Circuit Court for the 17th : entire world to your door every day. will do well to write me. W. F. Pope.Homeland. Honest Goods Fair Pl'leea' Prompt Shipmeat.
* "Nothing Too Big del Circuit of tM State of Florida. In ..
and for Oaoeola County. In Chancery.M. Rates $8.00 by the year, $4.00 for, six Florida. -Itx Ask Tour Neighbor-He' Knows r
f Nothing Too Small O. Waring... -Complainant, -versus Oat NEW JULT lat Pries List JUST ISSUED
Nancy T..Whaley. aa Administratrix of month,'$2.00 for- threemonthII', or ENDEAVORS WILL PICNIC .r'

.- . the'Estate of Alexander E4..rdVha.- daily oaly without the Sunday, $6.00, E. O. PAINTER'FERTJUZER' CO:. Jacksosivnia. Florida > .
... I ley. deceased Respondent Foreclosure The :Christian( Endeavor Society of
All! Work Guaranteed of Chattel Mortgage Notice ofMa.t.r' $3.00, $1.50. Questions gladly answered. - .
the Christian -church Is to indulge in .
Sale. NoticeIs.. giventhat
'. hereby Samples on request: JtS64t.IAS '- .
, Jk. 'To-Be Satisfactory under and by virtue of a final another picnic this afternoon al East r .
decree-entered June Sgth A.' D. 1131- ....00..0..00.0..0.0.0000000..0..00..0.0..0. ...
-C4. ... ) that L the undersigned Special Master COUNTY SECRETARY Lake-this- -time the Blues being

will, on the first Monday In September :. forced Reds The winning : a
to."treat" the
'pL5 rOad ay.Telephone143: samedeing the 4th day qf September, Karl Lehman. hag been doing : I.
.'y; A. D Mil at the front door at the of a contest during,July result INSURANCE'THAT I I : : :
. '. -- court 'housen Kissimmee. Oaoeola some pod work in th4 publicity neat honorees.' ,
I Florida. the ed in tIM.Reda.belng'U: e'
County during legal
'" hours of sale, offer for aale' and Sell at ',' )Montverde", has secured the position . . <,PROTECTS ." i
r.Cwes .Malaria*'' .CkiWFiver. :. highest public-outcry bidder.the for,cash following Inhand described to the of secretary"of the Orange Coun Finance'; an.,acre ,of. strawberries.. .' :

, 666 ..Bffiou Ferer.!personal, property:, '_ tyChamber o.f Con. gere.'and has 'aiready -- -" : i

All that stock cattle-now-ranglng. S' SERVICE I : .
Js : onarnencedTiis'workr"-Orange : ;
,CeJd,: 'sad LaC Id ', Oaceola and adjolnms.. 'ountlea, .
: .' j marked swallow-fork In .' on. ear county saw the progress being'"made : lfLUPFERS' !
over-slope,>in. the -ftther' branded Ace .
In'Lak. because of Luck-iin'of- *, THAT SATISFIES
of Clubs* V, :- i ) county r : _
; .c -
:.iIfiu' 7 v liaT "rooms to r.nt'a : small Purchaser to pay for' bill.:of ..I.. ficial- and' 'fig ncl' that': Lehman ..

'*-.dnrUseipent t iq?.oar classified :'eal. dayot Dated at,AUgW4 Kiestmmee.7Florldae'ArD19i2. this would vvery''"acceptably fill:;the bill.The Gnrh : Fever : AGENtV ::.
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"' '' : MalarLlad. ,,
: ,: 41 :INSURANCE
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,'trOI. 'I"U.eII.i. S J. S. CADE4'. instltatidnwill be .well flnane.d.lCi1tlnt.'an .
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: A.'ebctel'Miater I. . Bdi.U Fiiv It kiUs tb. u
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''KRlBB8.'A 8TEED.
. ,m.' ::1W 4'k"stock in.Osceola''Gro era., Solicitors,<< for.Complainant., 44tf acre of..strawberries.ft' . . -
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.( ; The State Committee More Interest Needed '
(PH ] j
"Recommend"'C9wthonAt Regarding- 'Boy.Scouts. } ',7.r ..

4 "MORNING PARTY' j 'a called Meeting of the state In a'city of this size> with M many : Fordsonludustriail

FOR YOUNG FOLKS demcratie executive committee held boys eligible age there Shouldbe t

There was a gay little party at the yesterday at Jacksonville,' when 85 of 'a strong 'following in the,-Boy **" .* '"' .IiJ
the 61 members were present, Robert Scouts '11 of-the / :;
% place- meager membership -
: home of Mrs. W. A. Winn, 221 Or.
laindo ', W ,Davis, ',of Gainesville, was elected which now' greets the director Tractor if'J
avenue, Thursday morning:, Exposition
r when a group of young girls were Invited chairman' vice Georg P.- Raney, of ''Captain Arthur Cundy, each :
Tampa, who has served eight afternoon
to meet the clever little neice years Wednesday as he is makinghis
in that capacity, resigned. rounds for the several counties
of Mrs. Winn Lauretta Burns, of of .; '
,Jacksonville.. There was, a general In the matter of acting on the tangle which he 'has charge There was, a'' Jacksonville Florida August 21 22 23Under
caused .by the death of' Superintendent liberal subscription among the business ,
enjoyable) time. .and,, punch, and cake
+ Sheats, there was little disposition men to.further.the project-with
t were served.<<> Those Invtted to meet
,i the honoree wen Carol Griffin, 'Geneva 'i to "nominate" a candidate to the'.hope that a full half hundred the auspices of the .? ?; See the Fordson Power ta.o
G Roberson, Evelyne Poulk, Louise'4 be ..the, party the Novem- would quickly enroll, and because other Ford Motor Company; and Transport'Unit In ov1er ; x 1

McLean, Carol Makinson, Joy Makin-I ber. election, and the following .section communities are succeding 'Jn an: various equipment"manu sixty different 'com tf.i

s;'.; son, Estelle McGinness, Jacquenette of a resolution introduced by W. admirable manner with the organization -i facturers, and the Ford mercial and industrial_ operations. .

"t Aultman, Allenfe .Dayson, ta. Crawford was considered, the ..IM.flelt KIssimmee should have!>> sufficient 1 dealers of Florida, South ' .

Newby'and Betty Newby. solution of the problem) loyalty to do its best in. the same line. Georgia and Southwest 4 I
by the democrat! state, Of the present patrol, styled the Alabama. a CONTINUOUS

t 4P GAVE LUNCHEON FOR ] that it approves the ap Flying Eagle, Leo II. Wilson is t DEMONSTRATIONS' $
"' JACKSONVILLE VISITOR made by gOvernor of the scoutmasterand is doing his utmost Under canvas on the vacant r '
of W. S. Cawthon to- be ] lot of Ford Motor ., 10 A.,M. to 10 P. M. '
'i A delightful affair in the way o : state to swell the ranks to a size proportionate +
vj, .t1 a luncheon and reception was held of public instruction, Co the number of lads who Company at 735 East Bay t" 3\ ;l rt AAILYADMISSION ,

the Winn! home on Saturday, when land that it. heartily recommends the should belong. Emerson Squires-'Is I I Street, opposite the Merchants r FREE

Miss Augusta Winn entertained for 'j 4icf-W. S. Cawthon to the favorable senior patrol leader; David' Branson, A. Miners Transportation '

? + V her cousin, Miss Ruth Bums, of Jack-j///consideration of the democratic v t- leader; Rudolph Walker, assistant; Docks. .. SOUVENIRS ; ,

e "..a't BOnville Pleasure reigned supreme 'hers I of Florida as a man eminently and Arthur Steed, scribe. The members -
A throughout the entire affair, and the!I I qualified in every respect for the important hope for a larger membership
luncheon consisted of the following duties of this office, and as before going into camp and are doing ,A Demonstration ,of Industrial Efficiency L, .'

, ro menu chicken. salad, cheese balls,)I la! consistent, ever loyal, and faithfuldemocratrwortbyoL.theunhedsup their, best to perfect themselves in '

beaten biscuit breadandbuttersand1 [' .. p "- -- ---Big -Street; Harade _of Tractor-Drawn; ,_Units_
tr %Wches, olives, tea, orange ice, cake. port *-he party of Florida.. when the patrols gather. / ,

r Those who met the honoree were Come and how the Fordson reduce overhead cut time cut I la- '
the Misses Helen Bas, Leila Boring, PROFITEERS TO THE FRONT DEATH TAKES ANOTHERMrs. see can charges,

x: Violet Bullock, Catherine Carr Grace bor costs speed heavy Work-in industry.
i Lack of coal in this country has up every
.' ,Gilbert..Vera Gibert. ormaGrliinj Jane Outlaw,aged 74 years and .
caused- --lIudden'demsllil--upon--Bri

;;.' ,Lucy Lupfer.. Amy Makinson, Dot ish! coal a mines,. which in: turncaused twentyetght"d ;;passed' "away at ari Tractor- wl1B iaaking, "nonnectionrwithalltrains -f or-carrying-visitors-- ,
I"; ;: Makinson, Margaret Stanford, Mattie early hourSunday" morning at the "
I. sudden rush for ships to the to
a carry Exposition.For.
)home of of her William I.
one sons,
:; w Stanford, Ethel Simpson, Carolyn I coal to the United States. The Im- "
walker, Lois Overstreet and Bowen 228 Emory avenue, after an
gut mediate result has been an increase in information authorized Ford dealer listed below.Osceola :.1
illness full
; Maria Wilson; Alpha Westfall and from to of several years which became see ...
7* " 'CU 8t"Drot.hW. n,; ----.- fhe ocean"United freight amounting rates England to hundred :jei-imia.jibotit thr<*...n+onha, ago... ,- - -- -- - ;s,1"\
I Because of necessity funeral ser-
f and fifty percent, or from seven '"
}yices were conducted Sunday afternoon Motor
to seventeen shillings a ton. Company
I Rev. J. J. Farmer officiating,
-i Miss Grace Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. A ship's journey is there and back. andthe remains.were placed in Rose- ,

e F, C. Bryan gave a most enjoyable The unusual amount o( freight space hill cemetery. FORD DEALERS "

9 event Thursday evening in honor of available for the return journey has I! Deceased was born In Alabama, but I. P. TIMMONS' J. E. GILBERT oJ(
their four visitors-Miss Thelma Gilbert caused a great drop in freight rates came to the northern part of Florida h
for the of grain from DO IT WITH A FORDSON j
transportation :
Miss Vera Gilbert, Miss Leila I when she was eight years of age, and
the United States to which has
Boring, Miss Virginia Gilbert. The had been a resident of Kissimmee
been aided the inability of American '.- '9i
event was a swimming and by ,
party a I/about twelve years. She had many -
S splendid luncheon at Pleasure Beach railroads to promise grain deliveries friends, but her illness of a few years 1
at due, of i '.
course .
1 -which was followed by a dancing shipping ports has deprived her of opportunities of "
the railroad strike. In England I GOVERNMENT" EMPLOYEES operation. He wired that because of .
j party at Lakeside Park; and the entire jto {going about.Three "Fee Bill Is Valid" .
affair of much coal, a demand from America, NUMBER IIALF MILLION this reason his visit to this city must
a'' was one unalloyed pleasure sons are the immediate rela- Supreme CourtThe
and of ships freight rates be delayed-and would date
sen< no
q' throughout the all too-brief even- quota I tives left: E. A. Bowen, R. A. Bowen, Official figures inserted in the Congressional give ,:
In America, too many ships anda as to when he would be with the lads
Ing. up.
_ and William I. Bowen-all residentsof county officers' fee enacted Record a few days ago
T.betOests/ participating were Misses scarcity of cargoes send freight Kl simmee. by the 1921 legislature has been show these civil employes in the gov- wh6 have thus far joined the organiration.

Margaret Branson, Katharine rates clown'from 14c a hundred poundsto declared valid by the supreme court. ernment service on December 21, :

Carr, Lorine Donegan, Gladys Griffin, 11 W, with the prospect of goingto CARD OF THANKS The case was a legal fight waged by 1921: Radio accessary factories of Cana- ... .

i Thelma' Sutton, Margaret 1-aslsy, Emily I lOc, which figure is much below the county officers generally to prevent Department of State__-______ 3,121 da are runing under pressure, with
Sanderson, Martha Hello\ Hiirric, pre-war minimum. .We take this means.of thanking the I the prescribing of their earnings Department of the Treasury.67,492 three shifts for each 24 hours Conditions '

Lucy Lupfer, Francis Marine, Kath- MARRIED AT BARTOW I Generous people for the kindnesses The court's opinion held that Department of War __,,_____. 61,242 prevail similar to that in the
'erina McKay, Foda McNelll, Elizabeth shown our mother, Mrs. Jane Outlaw, ;the provisions of the law including :
Department of Justice_____ 5,598 days of the war when factories were P'on
Parker( Mattie Stanford, Ada. Louise News of the marriage of John C. I during the latter days of her those fixing the maximum compensation .Postofflce' Department _______301,779 munition work. '

q t' Simpson, 'Lillian Karri, Jeatiette Wilder and Miss Olive Harvey,I for the attention paid after her death and providing for making the act Department of the Navy___-- 61,488 ;. j

tie. Squires, Annie 'Squires. Katherine ,('daughter of Mrs. J. G. Harvey, both --as well as for the floral effective, ara "reasonable, complete Department of the Interior.___17,400 TOO LATE TO CL.AS9IKY '
r, Tiller, Elizabeth "Waring Dorothy .< made I tious which added a sweetness to the I and 'prescribing
[; -I of this city, has just been pub- services. appropriate regulations -" Department of Agriculture __ 18,680 FOR SALE-- ; exchange for small refrigerator
l+ ''Wells, Alpha Westfall;. Messrs. lic. The ceremony was performed Jit, funeral and fixing the compensation of Department of Commerce__ 11,488 a large Ice box, suitable '

.'. Frank Bryan, Dewey Bailey -([Bartow on Monday, August 7 butremained E. A. BOWEN.R. county officials a subject within the' Department of Labor _.___u 8,686 Oaiette for cold office.drink stand "'.. B. Hnrrla. '. '

; F. H.< Brown, Homer Fincher secret until this time. Both A. BOWEN. law making power, not shown to be I The White House...._____... 88 I I "
Elmo.Griffln,. Elliot Gilbert, John: ':-. room and bride are well and favorably -I W. I. BOWEN. violative of organic law." General Accounting Office ___ 1,400 NOTICB or APPLICATION FOR TAX 'J

Graham. Walter'.Griffin, Donald .Mc known throughout Kissimmee and TRADE-MARK -FOR---FRESH EGGSA The case marked the second attempt , Civil Service Commission ,_.. 420 DID "

.Kay. Roy Prentice I Gerald Rivera, Albert f I r Osceola ,county ;"" Mr. Wilder having I I . of the county officers involvedto Smithsonian Institute '....... 479 Notice la Hereby oiven\ That J. 'I*,*'i,rvi

V Sutton, Jo.seare, Stratton Sto-i J|I been in the photograph business here'.sticker is now ,throw out of the. statutes any limitation Bureau of .Ef cienc,..:........ 52 Aldrich 77, dated. purchaser the Sd day(of Tax June Certificate, A. D. 1911>To ..i"

!'J''Adcl"CPberti"fr.;' and 'Mrs. John for some years, while Mila u.rveYI; put on all egff old by members of the of the emoluments of their of. State>, War and Navy Buildings 1,140 and has has iliad made said application certificate, \for my tax office deed

; riUOD,;Mr.and-.Mrs. >B.f. B.<"Smith,!I:has a large circle'of;: friends:' Mr.:and I North Haledon Leghorn Club in Pas- fice. The first fight was waged on Interstate Commerce Com's'n.::: 1,680 to Issue In accordance, with law. Said

'Charles> Bandy., ,v', .. (Mrs;.Wilder are now "at home" at the sale county, .New Jersey.' This organ the act of the 1919 legislature and 1 I Commission ,of Fine Arts..:.L.: : 3 I scribed certificate property embrace situated the following In Oaceola- '11.' .
'* ( I Wilder home, 401 Mabbette street.: ization was formed as"a result of a the officials won. The 1921 legislature Lincoln Memorial Commission 7 County, Florida. to-wlt:
e Argentina beef can be placed on the of of the tackled the and Lots W X. Y and Z of J .J. Keen'
meeting poultrymen
community measure
again' Potomac Parkway Commission 2 flubdlvlalon 'of Part of Section 10,
i ,:American market for 12 cents a pound Manufacturers in Sweden are makIng with the extension court's de- Town.hlp,11I
I agricultural according to the supreme Federal'Power Commission__ 1 South Range M Kat. -
d with a good' profit to the dealer, according a new type of cut glass, cheaper agent to discuss the developmentof cision today, enacted provisions that Federal Trade Commission___ 297 date The of Bald Issuance land belno of said a..certificate.... d at the in gyp',
'py ; to a ,Newyork. banker. They than plain glass and more beautiful. the, of W.
the poultry industry in that section. will stick. I I I Advisory Com. for Aeronautics 71 name i' Simpsonunleaa '
are killing cattle for the sake the I certificate shall be
More than 17,000 school children in redeemed -
Each member pays 2 cents per bird (Employes' Compensation Com. 81 according to law tax deed will I
4 hides and the best,beef is selling for!Harlem a borough of New York, I I issue thereon on the 18th day of -
I populated owned, 8,000 birds being pledged at : S..ptemb..r
cents MAKE READY NOW FOR [Shipping Board ____uu__ 5,401 A. D. 121.
even ,p pound.. Cows bring $2 chiefly by alines, are addicted the first meeting of the club. All members -: :J. L. '
THE FALL VEGETABLES 'Ieterans' Bureau _______.__ .18,277 OVBRSTREET. .
'In:American _
ow money and sheep sell for to the. use of drugs, to Clerk
according and !
police the trademark guaranteeeggs l.flr
use tntuPlorld" '
Federal Board of Vocational .
91,a head. ., I I ,
p statistics. I I'
I Bold under it. The list of fall vegetables that can I' Education ____.________n_ 78 '(Circuit Court Meal 3'-8tOTUK ;,f 1

be is one, and Profess Tariff Commission._________ 95 :> oJl'-A PPl.teATION Jl'O"-rAX: .

3 II UIIUlIIlIllIIlIIlIIII II lllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllUlllllll I llllllilllllllll1l lllllllllllllliUillljljjlllllllllll' s planted W. L. Floyd a long, of 'the College of I I i Office Railroad of Administration Alien Property -____ 1,219 Notice la Hereby DEED Given That J. L. ",

gives tire following suggestions -
Agriculture I Aldrich, purchaser of Tax Certificate
.. . as to the time of plantingand Custodian ________________ 155 No. 1746. dated the Sd day of :June, A. ;,.:.
= I ID. 118 has filed said certificate. In rnv
+ culture of some of the most Important Interdepartmental Social Hy- office, and has made application for
T gient Board ._____uu 69 tax deed to issue In accordance with
: Railroad Labor Board_ __ r<6 ('law. Said certificate embraces the following -
Snap beans should be planted so -u described property altuated In
that they will naturally be throughby Government Printing Office.. 4,369 Oiceola County, Florida to-wit:
Lot. 7 and 19 In Block S
the middle of November. It takes Library -of Congress ______u 687 aon'a Addition to Klaalmmae City.of Robln- }

Wiih' If You Are Working six or eight weeks for them to mature Botanic Gardens __1.________ 47 date The of aald issuance land being of said...certificate.......d at the In J.Xr

'. The; Bank l so they should be planted not -- the name of :John Howard.
t later than September. Total ________________--__688,018 Unless aald certificate. ahall be redeemed -
> = according to law tax deed will
and issue thereon on the 18th day of September -
W the' St Beets are cold resistant may
S = A. D. l tl.
: : be grown throughout the winter. COWPUNCHERS LOST :J. L. OVERSTRICET.

s4 i Ability for a daily 'or monthly wage you should s They do not germinate very well In AND WON AT PALATKAIn Clerk Otfceola Circuit County Court Florid, .
m should not be (Circuit Court Heal)
warm weather so they It-it
_ :. and endeavor to put a certain per cent of your =_;; ;;; planted until September or October. the two games played yesterdayat NOTICE OF BANKRUPT SALE
Palatka Kissimmee lost the first. ; ,
: I : Willingness earnings in the Bank. By so doing you The cabbage seedbed may be start The Pals made ten runs, ten hits and Ii
:"r. ed now' where it can be watered and Sealed bids will be received until r,

'If i. to Serve will have protection in old age. You may partially shaded. Such varieties' as live errors-and Kissimmee noon, August 19, 1922, for the John
made I
four hits and four
runs, seven
Five and
/the'Jersey Wakefield and the Premium Ten Cent Stock at Kis
; K ) not become extremely rich but you can ==, Flat Dutch. are desirable for early In the second game honors re. ,simmee, Florida, consisting of dry-

I planting. versed. The Cowpunchers madet goods, notions, etc., and invoiced at
: q DEPOSITS INSURED -' seedbed ,three runs, ten hits, and three ,
, Onion seed planted in a
while the Pals made three
no runs,
'; I. BE INDEPENDENT AND and pulled out when they are 'the size M. DUNCAN,
iii hits, and one error.NOTICE .
the 85-2t
SELFSUPPORTINGCommence pf a lead pencil, three-fourths of Tru teer
!T tS '
top taken off, and the roots cut backto TO" SPEEDERSThe }
. === - -----------
. a one inch, and planted in rows 4 to '
S _' : 8 inches apart will. grow well, through city has secured a stop-watch k

..: __ _, a new business-the saving = the ,winter. whereby the police can determine the
r e Garden or English peas 'may be rate of speed you make from one Wanted
business! = I To.
t = planted any timefrom September to block to another so be very cautious Buy : ...

.' t February. The Gradus, Prosperityand about the rate/-of/ speed you trAVel:
== Thomas LexCon are desirable varieties This applies to all parties going to Small Grove

,.which mature in 65 to 70 days. .And, from fires and ball games as welL Orange ,. direct -

Radishes mature in SO 'days7 and This. traffic ordinance will be rigidly from owner. If you ? :

: Fj maybe planted any time, throughout enforced for the, safety of the public have 'one 'you' wish to sell

Ht Il .1 the fall and winter., It 4s',important H. R.' MAY< let me"knowst: once.:State }
Bank of )

Osceola c County pithyx that watered.they...,' or",be,they grown:'-'will,.rapidly...beatrong'and.. ,;,-,.a-d" .well 36-4t, BO"SCOVT, MEETING Mayor.. %.: ,acreage number,"of'age' trees of;',variety.;)trees, ',.

%. a. s. awl ,"*. .', , . .- . r,, Rutabagas should; ,be_planted the Captain-Gundy. who has been,.making -'j I etc;;1I, :mean'business.:..Ad_

"1 > .,- :.Hourt. ,,9:A.'3:; P.,M.. ab -- ; .. '-. ' == I latter-\part, of, ;,August;or,early,.Sep weekly \\tI'I9a': '' to'Kissimmes: each l dreSs'letters.. to '''- ;
'' --
'e tember. as they require:a,longer time Wednesday afternoon for. the"'purj: j -

to. mature.-than, tJ1l'l1tps"-.Tbe com; pose.'c-t/creatingan/interest,Inthe -Q. _Postof&e nox43-: r; *

: ; ;; ; (non-rari; Uemay;' b&;V planted imny formation, ol1 .._otrong troop'of_Bor ;. , I .

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