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 25, 1922
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01078
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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LO ANXIOUS TO CONTEST Expresses',No Interest Old State: .Bank Dsceola Growers Met

'Over Strikers': Walkout ,, BuildingSold i To. ,Select Directors, ROSTER OF 'TEACHERS

C WITH ."UNCLE STEVE? I Mr.; and,Mrs. "Dick"."Bulloek/arrlv- To I There was a meeting of the stockholders IS NEAR COMPLETION
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ed Iln Kissimmee.Sunday evening from : of the Osceola Growers held ; ,
l I" their' home in Macon, and will 'be at the rooms of the" Chamber of Commerce '.

1 41., fall Pine Gi Gay Ila-IIa guests,of the'Bullock.family for about I Plans For Desired Changes, 'To Be Made In Building on Tuesday 'evening-and the Rural Schools Open Monday'

?r'. ,,% To Proud Heron's Claims two Mr. Bullock weeks -from"during his the position vacation! in the of Will Be ,Made''Only: After Investigations of election the: most proved democratic the association order' There to be September 4: Others

And Throws His Deli One'Week Later
( l' By Company's Chief"Architect was no "slate" "be
accounting department of the Georgia ,. prepared to: pushedthrou&h"nor -' ,
!';' Several weeks ago The Gazette pub- Southern railway He takes little interest e,. --- a_ was there any action The rural schools of
j; lishqd, a'statement regarding the qualifications in the various', crises'-which A deal for the disposal of the State- head architect: of the corporation shall railroaded. wUl commence. sessions Osceola county
have assailed the Bank building, corner of Broadway make his recommendations Jevxial There'were twenty-four nominees on Monday, ;f
I!$ of The Tall Pine from Citrus railways and states I September 4 but
(Frederick Van' Roy) and The that the road for'which he works has and Darlington avenue, which has I months from this time. It Is ifenor- for the post of directors. and it was of seven -eight- whether for a term ''I!'

yr.\" Proud Heron from Lake Tohopekaliga felt but little hardship."I been pending for several months has ally understood, however, that the the voice of the gathering that 'the been or months has not yet

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!showing! that the Citrus county nominee Mr. Bullock, "so I am not fearing any receiver for the defunct .institution,]I purpose of introducing one of the votes should be declared elected. These era has been complement' of teach-
secured
.:' for the legislative honors was calling out. We have a Jittle association has signed the papers transferring to stores of the concern to this ity. below named were, upon the count, to the and schools the assignments *-
several
: severely out-classed by Osceola counts among ourselves-but it is not a the McCrory Stores, a Delaware in-1 I. This investment, adds but anotherto declared ejected} 'J.directors. for the cur- fallows: are' -as-

'.. *ty'fl candidate. knocking affair;; and this priority. corporation with headquarters new' ,Il the holdings of J. McCrory In rent year---' Shingle Creek. MI..
Now comes the defendant, Frederick proposition which is causing so much York the entire large block, together|Osceola county. He already (U the Leo II. Wilson Allison T. French, caster. Cornelia Lan"

Van Roy, and issues! the following national trouble doesn't worry us at. With the frame building which for owner of some 95,000 acres of !lan i Bennett O'Bannon Sam Brammar
Campbell \V.;
%. pronunciamento which is inveigling all. Personally "hope that the.government some years has been used as city hall.)' here,. and has just purchased two (Saint Clojud), W. J. Steed, F. A. Fannie Addison- II. Wysong; Miss ' )

f pertinent' and extremely alluring1 and .the railway board will 'The consideration named' in the deed thousand head of cattle-taking the Stroup, Frank A. Nave, J. A. McCar- Lokosee=Mrs,,:assistant,: .

-and somewhat insinuating-and not allow the priority, to go to those'. was $25,000. .. J. G. head of this It was decided that the election of Mary Alger.
McCrory great Henry Partin's cattle. Five hundred
below to'wits men who struck and that the ,
pleads with The Gazette, as menastuck.to.the Hancock Miss ..
, . J workw'ed be. retain concern which conducts an extended head weredelivere4!! by Henry Fartin the officers from the board of directors Pauline. Duggar.Raulerson .
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chain of Over Ten Cents" and; Steve Williams should take place -Mrs. Rhoda: Lucas. f'
Thursday
"Nothing even-
"I notice your challenge that your as it was promised they should be." on Saturday to) The .high and graded schools of both. '
T representative in the house is entitledto I IOn stores throughout the entire eastern the large tract and the balance will ing at seven-fifteen. Kissimmee and Saint' ,
Dell Stock Was Was in Kissimmee Monday be Cloud are to
Sold territory delivered
he is taller pn as soon as herded in.
-- . and the"TieavierthatTheTSll"Pine blue ribbon because Trom' - 'SaturdaY-lif' -.to- Jok-'earefully--over--hip--' Thevast optimism evidenced by KissimmeeStudentsSoon. ___ ...I Themfollowing: Monday....;;J5eptember.._ ..

Citrus. lie certainly is entitled to I(I chase and consider just what changes Mr. McCrory should stimulate every Soon Off For College j,gaged for the Kissimmee faculty has been. en- '
in the heavyweight class, The stock fixtures, counters, and :j I would be needed at an early date. resident of the CO'Unt3'-.QS men of hxs: school- : s
membership D. B.
but I notice.,that do not claim tables of, the 5c and, lOc store form Nothing definite was done, and there calibre make investment only after Soon will commence: the entrainingof I Miss Shaver-principal. ,
you Almena Leitner
. fast erly owned and conducted by John -will be no noticeable change until the viewing the future from'every 'ar g!.. many of the younger people\ of Kis-' assistant! :
:. that he can jump as far or run as eimmee for the various educational teacher of English. t4
Dell sold ------------------ --
were Saturday by sealed ---------------------------------- '--- --
i as the undersigned. Since he is of - I Mrs. H. Nelson '.
bids. The invoice showed valuationof institutions they are to attend duringthe MakinsonFrenchand
e the 1919 model this is explained. Some a NAVE WON GROCERIES URGE SOLID SUPPORT term and history. r ,
$1084 but some of the bids were coming there will be
; boys would that he! "runs like J. A. t
say Beeson
science
noticed considerable and mathe-
under! $200. The highest bid was that a decrease in the ,. .
an ice-wagon." Perhaps your citizens of W. Milar who is connected with DONATED BY TAYLOR FOR THE BOY SCOUTS present population as these students matics. : 1
would like to have the pleasure the Kissimmee Wholesale. Grocery i prepare themselves for their several Miss Katherine Wyckoff-Latin and''
of a meeting where all the qualifications history.

.. R of both an be exhibited. I house a lump, he num.making the figure. of $550in Nearly Forty Attended The '\Mothers Deplore Great Lack lines.Miss Patsy Makinson will attendRollins 1 Miss Annie Shocklay, -mathematics.. H"I

presume that 'Uncle Steve' is quitea Mr. Milar is already open in the old Wednesday Luncheon At 1 Of Interest In Move On at Winter Park. In the graded schools' Miss Margaret

wind jammer and as I needs need such location and is advertising a marked Chamber of Commerce I Part Of Parents Donald McKay will attend the Mas Stanford has been engaged for expression
training and the public more sachusetts and physical .culture Miss i '
reduction in all prices as may be seen School of Technology ati' ;
information on the four amendmentsto in his announcement in this issue. He Following an extremely pleasing Captain Cundy was at the Chamberof ,I Boston. +I Myrtllla I Beals music; and Mrs. '
be voted on, I take the liberty to luncheon close Commerce on Wednesday afternoon Miss toI''"George C. Steffee as overflow teach-
is anxious to close out the stock in a ( on Wednesday at the i Leah Herzberg will return
suggest that I shall be glad to attend hurry so that he need lose no time of which routine business was completed -and so,were eighteen Boy 'Scoutson. -I school at Maryville, Tennessee for I I1j er. The departmental teachers are

, a meeting in October and join yourr from his other duties. there was 'discussion regard- new member Joe Tucker being j her second year. .named below:
r 'Uncle Steve' for a rousing meeting. I ing the effort which had been conduc- 'adopted. And there was a busy I I Miss Irene Ingram will try her [| Eighth grade Mna, F. 'C. Bryan

i "Sincerely, LEA'INGOR: SAVANNAH ted for increasing the membership. of time during the meeting-as the captain 1' i first year at Montverde in Polk'coun- and Miss Cleo Wooldridge.
'; "Frederick Van Roy Mrs. George W. Persons of 303 ,the association. '* *- talked to, the lads in a heart-to-, I Seventh grade-Mrs. W. J. Tram-

,t "The Tall Pine from Citrus." Lake street will leave tomorrow for G. M. Taylor had offered a premium heart manner. 'He is doing his best | Frank Bryan will be at the Georgia well. e. ,. '

Mr. Van Roy is at present at Chau- Savannah where she will visit her of groceries to the amount of ten dollars 'to Impress upon the boys to take steps School 6f Technology. Sixth grade-Mrs. Roy Graves and

tauqua New ,York, but his address mother Mrs. J. R. Mallet. for a to 'the person bringing in the best:[Ito[' finance themselves-and the result Miss Jo Makinson will attend the Miss' Virginia XUter.I ,,,.
fter Sunday September 10), when he week. Mr. Persons will join here thereat and largest report of memberships 'hoped for will doubtless be achieved; I Sargent school in Boston. I .grade-Mrs. F. C. Edwards

t will have reached his home will be I an early date-when they both will secured and money subscribed towards.because, ; Mrs. Willa Steed and Mrs. Gerald' River will be enrolled-at and Mrs. France. Snodgrass.I .

, Crystal River. The Gazette venture'j'' go Baltimore and New York to secure rehabilitating the body and it was Wl E. Sanderson have become en- 'Vanderbilt. I I Fourth grade-Mrs. Clarence Eb,.'

t the assertion that this heavy new stocks for the various considered that Frank A. Nave was ,.*thased'over the project. I I Dick Makinson will attend the Geor- and Mrs. Ethel P. Ames. '

draw the greatest crowd of interest- stores under supervision of Mr... Per the winner, He reported aver $800 Both these women are extremely gla Military Academy. )' Third.grade_.Miss' Mary )C, Bryan
:' .i people that has ever been in Kls- eons secured and more than half that sum 'anxious that all mothers of boys-and, | At the University of Florida at'and Miss Lill(. JDaU. ,' ,

vimmee. The footrace of one hundred received the cash. Owing to the lack for that matter all fathers as well- (Gainesville the following Kissimmee I 'Second Grade-Miss Medora Va.+
feet with a handicap of one foot 'should attend of these sell and Miss Eton Gale ..J'
GOVERNMENT URGING of full reports, figures being absent, one meetings, students will be enrolled: Burton
for each year of excess in age; abroad it was believed that Mr. Nave was 'and then watch: the lads, without any Ames Addison Gilbett, John Graham,)I First grade--Mn.' I. O. Schuck. and,

I jump with a one-inch handicap the winner-and. he declared thatif regular well-drilled leader, try to carry I]Murray Overstreet, Joe Sears, ,Bryan ,Miss Edith Miller. ,
.M4, for each over year; and a fifteenminute LOCAL ADVERTISING such should be the case he was anxf1ious !: out the tactics which have' been told Simpson, and Morris Wilcox. |' Primary principal Miss Emma'Yo #

speech for each, with ten minutes to turn the entire premium !>over them. It is now proposed to Secure j At the College for Women at TatVilahassee wel. ,

-allowed each for a final argument, Bulletin From Capitol Says to the women who were instrumental four aids to the scoutmaster Leo H. I the following girls from Kis-K-Tbe! schools .of. Saint Cloud. 'will

",;ould be a program that would be instructive Merchants May Combat in serving .the excellent luncheons. Wilson, because his duties jn other:simmee will be upon the roster of pu have' the following faculty:-,. frf\ \ ,'. '

and beneficial to the thousands - Mail Firms each Wednesday noon., directions' occupy much of his time,I pile: Helen Ames, Helen Bass, Norma U.. P. Davis- .ui.tant.,. &j1', | I
Order
t' who would gather /in Klssimjnee :, ;, It appeared ti be an assured fact ,and,' ft is hoped that under the additional !* '.(Griffin Margaret Laaley, 'Elizabeth Mrs.',Laura':Lee- ''J "I1I\; ; / "

t., ; and the collection to be taken Washington, August 24_.- Sales to.tills that the. membership of the Chamber!'!! assistants better work can be 1 1.accomplished. Parker, Emily Sanderson, j\da.' Simpson Eighth grade-Mrs>;Lulu?At wood. ,' .\ .;:.;.
I'' 'would pay the expenses' of the .con! of the great mail order houses of Commerce,, had been 'considerably There Is much,to be'Iidone Mattle Stanford, and Thelma Seventh grade-To be filled."':'' ." .
testing party. I( in besides the the''Sutton. Sixth 'grade MissKatherine Sh : '
show an enormous i"c'rease. particu- increased-although no figures Were training drill *. .
By all.rmeans this affair must be larly in strictly farming sections. presented; and there also was a feel- various stunts, and physical exercise. doan.

pulled off. This is not pleasant news for re- 'ling Jhat after reports were ,in and The morale is to be closely looked af BAND IS ARRANGINGFOR Fifth grade-To be filled. '1

CROWDED OUT tail stores in our average small town I figures of the gain to the treasury ter-and the absolute fulfillment of Fourth grade-Miss Rosemary Lan- ,}
MUCH MATTER but it is what they may expect. I had been ascertained there would be every article in the Scout's oath to diss. .

Because of a -quantity-- of matter be- There is only one way in which tne ('sufficient funds to Femove all worry which .all subscribe must be. encouraged WINTER'S MUSIC Third grade-To be filled.
late I insidious mail order campaigns can be ove'r the financial and the cooperation to the full extent. Second grade-Mrs. Edna Go... r ?
ing handed in at an hour too to '
handle interesting articles are I combatted, and that is by local mer- ends of the body. Captain Cundy is very anxious that 'i Primary principal-Mrs.: Earl cow( -*.

f crowded many from this issue Up to chants frankly explaining their mer- The matter of immediately cleaning .aU the scouts of Kissimmee may be at I!Officers I Chosen And Plans gcr. .

Thursday noon it has been impossible chandising possibilities to the people II the numerous lots about the city- the encampment which opens at SilI,I Made For FurnishingEntertainments : Assistan't--Mias Ruth Bleech. .
anything in the line of pro- through advertising. which. were vacant except for the ver Lake near Sanford Sunday afternoon The county-board Is still awaitingthe ,
aecure
f.\O most important It is a well-known fact that the strenuous growth of weeds-was discussed ,, and continues until Saturday : recommendations for the third, "!
"
regarding a '
gress mail at The has afternoon-and he hopes also that fifth and seventh grades---which ,will .
length.
project-that of strawberry "culture. big order concerns maintain de- I mayor A meeting was held; on Tuesday evening "
several times parents of"boys call there be given at ,an early moment. The
hundreds of workman are busy in the partments of considerable magnitude officially declared many may in the old city council buildingto
fields making good progress and I to check up the towns where the "cleanup periods" with no noticeable and see how the one hundred scouts i discuss the matter of music by the I Saint Cloud trustees have several under -. ": j'l\'.

there (is belief that the local'merchants appear to lack enter- results; instead of following the urge-1!I who are expected to take part in progress ,Concert Band which has been a fea- consideration. II!

ing of the every ten,aere tract- financ-1 j prise. ments of the mayor the lots have in the various lines. It is believed ,ture for the Kissimmee visitors since The colored schools throughout the c4

be the field in Flo-rida-will be II 'I There they concentrate their batteries been allowed to present a still wtfrse that fully ten from Kissimmee lit j was first formed in 1911 and reorganized county will have their commencement
% largest, From the civic will take the outing-and it be !I on Monday September 4; with
perfected. It may be safely stated i of advertising! and catalogue appearance. now on may in 1914. The program of '
I that everything points, to success in I distribution. committee of the Chamber of Commerce ,more; but there is the matter of ti- ', ,semi-weekly concerts given the pea j I the following teachers engaged: '
A. C. W. i tiancing the project-and the boys to I j Kissimmee: S. F. Hadley, principal.
berry production. Some interesting The mail order hotige never pros- !: S.--Gilbert. Griffin I I pie last season were of a high order j
regarding the charter board pers in a town where the local meWh- and S. L. Lupfer Jr.-is to look after date have adopted no method of --and many words of praise were 'and Pearl Johnson, Tbeodosia McKinney -

papers will in the following issue of ants advertise consistently becausethe the matter in a determined manner, earning enough to pay for the suits elicited from large audiences and and L. R. Mitchell a. teachers..
appear
and will work in conjunction with the and their ordinary; needs. i'A.hton-Fairlister Robioson' Deer ,
The Gazette and assurances. have mail order men know they can- there" appears to be' a desire that the .
Woman's all with view I'I "If all the mothers of sons in Kissimmee 1 Park L. L. Jordan. Narcoossee .,
Club having -
have been given that next week's issue pot compete with the local store if ; JL to name condition I shall!, prevail during :
will be a real "Stra berw Num- the merchant understands his busi: the city present a most cleanly would but take sufficient interest the coming season. | Hattie. Haynes. .
appearance before the advance guard in the work to attend a few of It is next to I
and one that shouldnot be planned during season THIRTY-FIVE ELECTRIC '
t"1Ser.
: missed. ness.The cheapness with which the big of the winter visitors arrives. the meetings," says." Mrs. Steed "I'm I conduct the business of the band up- '' !MOTORS FOR LOUGHMANThe .

mail order man can buy is more than To H. R. May mayor, was assigned sure they woald be just as enthusiasticover I on a thorough business basis and to !", Hendry Machino and Engir.- '
offset the low overhead the local everything pertaining to the this end there selected board'
SAINT PETERSBURG WILL by j were a ha closed .
J I eering Company a largacontract
ATTRACT MANY VISITORS merchant can get along with. | 'scouts as I am. Looking( after these'of directors after J. D. Woodbeck for the construction of an ,i

To hold his own, however, the local tire property and seeing that it shall boys and seeing that they are getting ;j had been chosen,! as manager of the I electric plant, und the clarification ,-
The Saint Petersburg Chamber of merchant must not hide his light under be as attractive as it was last season. ,the best sort of start along the right j ji organization. This board of directors power mill Ev-
of for the
Commerce expects: to apcnl'r ore than a bushel. i i paths is a most needed thing if this,! will consist of three citizens outside I a large saw ;(
: | erglade locatednear
MISS MILDRED BRANTLEY Cypress Company,
:
$17,000 during the next fiscal is to better-and to
year country as-
The public needs educating 'to a grow of the band membership: Lawrence Kissimmee. The eloping of tM -
with newspapers and magazines in knowledge that they can buy at homeas A Polk county girl Miss Mildred sist the Boy Scout movement in every Tress chairman: A. Rosen, and' shows the outside world that "

advertising the city, according to I cheaply that they can actually see. Brantley of Lake Wales has been i j' way possible should be one of the Mrs. Willa Steed. Byron ands i" Fort contract) Myers has one of the large.. engineering -
I
provisions' in the tentative budget: to what they are buying before they pay acclaimed the most beautiful girl in great aims of every resident of Kis chosen secretary, and George P'i j companies if the stateH'nat
The "
.submitted to the membership. for it and that do not have to Florida the in the simmee. Gardner selected treasurer.
they ? by judges beauty was as I it is wide awake and on the jump for d'r
budget will provide for the expenditure ;; wait sometimes weeks for the delivery contest recently conducted by the -- --- Numerous plans were discussed regal business
of U ,945.76 of which $17,453.16will of the article / Times. The decision VICTORY FOR KISSIMMEE the the ba < i '
they want. Tampa Daily ding financing of i--I j i W. F. Lusk, engineer for the compa
be for newspaper item and magazine for The National Cloak and Suit Company was based on photographs, nearly 400 I Fort Mea-de came to ''Kissimmel I and there were plans suggested also| ny has just returned from! J.i: +.im-
publicity. Another calls $10- increase in its of'which for uniforms. However |
reports a. heavy were entered. securing as addition the
distMof !, yesterday for a game with the Cow- mee and says that in to
112.60 for the preparation and business all in the country' though it : Miss Brantley who has just gradu- punchers-but it was hardly worth this' was but the preliminary meeting I|.thirty-five motors that will be .Installed '

.1 ution two booklets. is doubtful if this great; concern carries ated from high. school and is only .18 the trouble. The focal team wipedthe and all members who will take an instrument "!\' in the plant the job |Involveit!
anything like the line of years of age will receive a cash prizeof in the organization we.re eight thousand, '
PLANTS the from
ONE MILLION BERRY p-to-j Scoreboard off clean opposite to ten ,. n'I
dote goods carried by local. $500 ,given by the Times, and her visitors-and scored eight runs to add not present nothing definite was ar- worth of conduit and electricwire. I x
AT THEMEETING, OF THE' OS- throughout the country. I picture will be published by all lead- one more victory star to the credit ; ranged. The next meeting will be He is now laying out the wiring

CEOLA GROWERS LAST EVENING : When the merchinU get ready to i ing newspapers and'magazlnea all over of Kissimmee. held'Tuesday evening, when it isv expected grams and l locating! ,. the.,equlpment h ,1//
AN' ,ORDER: FOR MORE THAN/ talk plainly te, the people they will the country.. She will also. be that all members will be present and expects within \ shark time' to' .

ONE MILLION' .STRA WHERRY. have nothing to fear'from, the mail asked_to playIn the movies._ Robert. Woodall of Lakeland- Is ?and. it U probable that practice start work lt' this1 'contrsct-J-Forflt. "
.PLANTS FROM. ONE DEALER WAS order man, but If'ther.rmal silent) ,The contest grought out the fact spending his! vacation in his former will commenceat that time, ''Mean Myers News. .I

: -' AUTHORIZED.: THIS, REACHING' then the outsider will surely burrowhis ,that Florida, is a state, of beautiful home? Kissinjmee, greeting relativesand time each! one of the band'' will be a *'

:AFINANCAL.DEAL;; ( .
;r1lAN $1,700. WILL BE A LARGE Self-satisfaction has spelled many who worked many,hours over.the bundreck'of"photoITltPIl..ubmitted isjiow.connected with the)Pplk COUD.T directors add their" strength to all from Ocala ont Saturday.m.kInC.. '.the; $

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TWO tf THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY..'AUGUST 25. 1122 _

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r I West Virginian Again GAINESVILLE COLONELS I

Letters I Home Demonstration Column | Looks Over KIssimmeeTen HAVE I INITIALS MIXED i
Of A .Florida Citrus -- I 11tareucs.1

\ MISS ALH1NA SMITH I. years ago "W T. Strain, whose An erroneous 'impression 1 that Colonel ,

Iw Grower To His L 'f, home Is "In Dawes, West Virginia, Robert W; Davis,jgf Gainesville, ,
Nephew
Guava Butter I I' visited !In Kisaimmee-and this week once member of congress i was elected

Wash: the fruit, slice into a kettle became once more. All this time he chairman of the state democratic executive ;

and to each quart of fruit add 1-2 pint has been intent in making this his committee at the reorganization 1They

111. at Hammock' of water '(If a fine texture is de- I permanent home, and it is possible, meeting ,has been corrected.?, It f- 1 1ar

.Groves From Jonas, Flor gland Samuel sired peel' the guava before slicing.) { that he will 'now find Jtome small was Colonel Robert E. Davis, oQrj

Newcomer, Bentonvllle\ Mlcb; Boil until\ the fruit is soft enough to j tract of "}and that will suit Mm. He!..j Gainesville, who was named. The,official

JearSa'nll l, r. ... .- run through a sieve pnd finish as you I] has\,seen many and"will probably! list of members of the commit
You have put a wrong
"to believe the fejtows speculating In fruit In ..'Jorlda all were! crooks and for, each. cup of pulp. I turn. Mr. Strain has kept good trackof |Robert W. Davis,"a typographical error areCOOD '.
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confidence men. Soirie' are not Shove reproach, but, there are others who Guava Butter, the values of property, for he has having been made in the second '

are just, about ordinary business men with average human railings. When canning guavas ,the .inside been a constant reader of The Gazette 'II Initial, and throughout the ,city' and "

pulp that adheres to the seed be I =and the only complaint he h4s i understood that the ;I
However, as a grower I haven much use..for any of them. For Instance, may about the is the I state it hag been 10
1 there la one fruit buyer 1 know prc-tty well. Ho la about us decent a citizen used in making guava butter. Cook paper realty dealers former congressman had been select

MM you will find; has, tho usual one wife and some' mighty moo children. ,pulp, adding just enough water to do not advertise any bargains they ed to head the committee.
If be were doing Rnmethlng else for a living he would be an asset to his keep the mixture from burning. Cook | have so that those outside the state ) ,

community. As Ilia, he In a liulilllly and 111 tell you why; until soft enough to- put through a j|I, can pick up something that strikes VIEWING EAST COAST Bag flue Cigarette a7adaceMosey

'y strainer.. Press through a strainer, their fancy.
Last December Oscar Hurland sold him bis of Valeficlna for two
crop Mr.: Strain is trained machinist --- -
dollars the bad. ,add tAl uof/ sugar to each cup of a Two parties of auto tourists, one -
on tree Oscar being bard up and needing moneY mighty;
Cook to of and has been connected with the Pure 'I! Kissimmee and from Bar- ENTERTAINED GUESTMr.
one
Now whel this Chrlxtlstu gentleman came to pick these oranges this spring |pulp. consistency buU..r.l'ork ,: !rom "
ht figured up Ms expense and considered that they cost him about three dol. in sterilized! jars end seal at i' Oil Company for many years. From ;tow, arrived,.here! Thursday and are -'
Inrs When the whole the commencing of the apu<1ding-in at the New Fort Pierce and Mrs. Herbert Lyman en! '
pltiH a nickel packed and tin; the earn. So, needing a little money right,lonce. guava is used j now stopping '
111 t but lime hmiaolf, he proceeded to take a long .(T) profit und sold them in jelly making the fruit that remains !' until the various products from the hotel Mr. and Mrs. S. L. 'Lupfer, tertained as their week end guest at

right quick to net himself\ about three ;dollars and ninety. cent a boat Now, :after the juice is extracted may be :j jrujilicxi crude oil have been marketed he is I i iivell {I Miss Lucy Lupfer, and Fred and Mc. I I their home on Webb avenue, Miss . ,

you might wonder why I should 1 kick. about' this It IH not because he cleared ,. through a sieve and uscCTtrrTmilking !! versed, and has perfected sev- iClure.I Lupfer makeup the Kissimmec Martha Belle Harris, of Kissimmee ... .:
iKhly-flv! tents profit on his investment and risk but 1 do kick because he I butter. !oral I inventtotis which have proven of :''party.' The BartOw.party includes Miss Harris is well known in Winter,

didn't know hnl the fruit was worth. Our own" Association had two tare of Storing." II III I extreme value to this important oil' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lancaster, tyiss Haven having been superintendent !

" Valenclas Just. sold In the name town where he hold his, which the Florida I Jellies preserves and marmalades company Only an expert machinist Melba Lancaster Lamar and Lowell the grammar school department oL, i
i Citrus Exchange had sold for ua to net us just about six dollars "at the pack hold :
could l the
position which he has
school the Winter
ing house. should be stored i in a cool, dark dry Lancaster.-Fort Pierce News-Tiab- the public past year -
This bottom
well meaning knocked the
gentleman just naturally j filled for -- '- -
time-but he
so long a now Haven Chief
out of prices for several days In the town where he sold thin fruit, and |place. If stored for a very long peiiod une.
cast us, and a lot of other growers considerable of time they deteriorate in texture, is anxious to leave that portion of I I I > :
money color and flavor. the country and reside in Kissimmee.ASSISTANT 'I -

I nni citing/ von a single, Instance, but each seaton furnishes hundredsof I Points In Jelly !Making !" -POSTMASTER
Instances of this sort Moot of these speculators haven't any real lln.'
'I 1. An excess of sugar or under- ook. i
on the markets and the actual north of fruit. In the last few years we COMES( FROM WASHINGTON. .
inK will produce a soft jelly which
have bad nt Imca Tenllrrknh1r1'nod1'r1tttIt"f'Ht..n -you .h<>n BllyT
i none of ua really knows yet Glint Florida oranges and grapefruit are worth. flay:i a tendency: to'flow; -- "I C. N: Phillips; 'wJ1 reached 7i e?m-' : -

.?.' as measured by the law of supply and demand just because of this hltormlsaBelling. 2. Too small an amount of sugur or mee on Monday to ,take the position .

over-cooking. will produce a tough of assistant postmaster, comes direct .

jelly.. from the government printing officeat I -
I have seen cases where speculators In some years bought seedling 3. Crystals in jelly result from an Washington-having secured a I .
( t orangea at fifty cents a box, and less, from growers who were plumb VELOUR FINISH
up
excess of Sugar. In pouring jelly in- transfer from that plant to the postal !
9 against It, and then sold them for a quick profit of maybe ten or fifteen cents
a box, when the growers' actual cost of production maybe ran to seventy-j Ito glasses, the crystals from the syrup service Fromtouching the keyboardof '

five or eighty cents a box' The big trouble with these speculator fellows with spatter on the side of the the monotype in Washington to II V'

t is that generally they have no interest In the growers' post of productionor vessel in which the jelly was cooked cancelling stamps in Ki.ssimmee la a Walls that keep their

In obtaining the value of the fruit except so far as shows them a profit are washed with the jelly into the far I"ry-yet'. Phillips feels sore

on their purchases. More than once they have furnished the paving stones glasses. The sugar in solution tendsto he will like the change. Mrs. Phillipsand "newly painted" look

of good Intentions that let the citrus business go straight to the Devil's form crystals about these. If the the three children who accompanied '4C:
Washable Walls l #'
bsngout juice is boiled until too concentrated, [ him to Kissimmee returned to t

before the is added, sufficient Orlando on Tuesday- but the family Walls that hold the charm of cokr
Once upon a time some used to argue that they served a purpose In fur- sugar and retain their freshness for yea,.
s 'nlshlng\ ready money to growers who Just had to have It.but; that time Is I inversion of the sugar fails to take : will locate permanently here as! soon with the help of soup, water and

past Allied with our selling agency, the Florida Citrus Exchange, we now place and ,then crystals form. Charles as a suitable home ran be prepared. a rag.
nave our I "of Plant Indus- --,----- -- Such walla finished with Devo
own crop-loan organization the Growers' Loan & Guaranty Com iDearing of Bureau are
t pany. Any member of the Exchange 'through it can obtain on his crop i try, states that if juice to be used in COMPLETES. LAND SALE Velour Finish (a flat oil paint )

; about all the money that is good for him, on payment of just legal Interest ; the making of grape jelly is extracted ANn! TAKES VACATION The soft,flat tints,in which this product

: other and does fellow not have to pay an outrageous rate for money through letting some i (from the pulp only, crystals will rare- J. L. Sparling-writes- from Orlando e is lending manufactured an enriching are always background artistic to

p make a profit on his fruit. Ily form in the finished product. The that he has just completed the sale of the furnishings and an air of Coed

L /.' You are your own boss, or at least that good looking wife of yours lets of the grape may be used in' making the "two" lots of ,the one hundredand U,. lute and dignity to the room.
you think you are, and It fa to pickle. Devoe Velour Finish can be applied C n
up you to make your own decision. Whatever preserves or forty-four embraced in the Wil- any interior wall orxeilmg,
r you decide to do with our fruit Is no skin off my nose. However, I am reason 4. Careful filtration of the juice mott Pine addition j just outside that d Devoe ....
ably sure you will In the long run do what most all of ( clear jelly. Products arc lime-tested and,(;
have to
us done who i ,is necessary secure a city on Washington street. The sale proven- backed by the loa years .
I bare made a real_ es8 of growing' fruit; that Is, join the ranks of the I 5. Under-cooked jelly has a tendency opened on Wednesday, July 12, and experience of the oldest paint manufacturing .
t' Florida Citrus Exchange where your own organization ins/ U. S.
will make sales at to sour. the concern in
fr. actual cost, and you will get back the full worth of your fruit as sold In the should'be nearly every lot was bought by Founded }Il4.r .
6. The of jelly glasses
markets. tops "home folks"-showing the faith the .
.1 I' sterilized just before they are residents have in the Orange county- W. B. MAKINSON CO.

i* Give Etta and the kids my love and fix things up so you can come down placed on the glasses. They often; seat. The Orlando Reporter-Star Kisiimmte, Florida
this winter all of you and pay a visit catch mold spores. adds:
toYour ,
t"r lonesome Uncle JONAS. 7. Rapid cooking produces'the light "Mr. and Mrs. J, U Sparling left ..- Paint Varnish
I Velour .1 t
Iv--- shades in jelly; long cooking darkens Monday for a two weeks' ,vacation to Polish Q Finish

the product. be spent at the Sparling camp on Lake
From Jonas Arland at Hammock
Guava fast* Apopka, near Fisherman's Parad le.
Groves.; Florida to Samuel
Newcomer I Wash guavas, remove blossom end Mrs. Sparling is the efficient head of
Bentonvllle Mich.t .
t,. Dear.Sam: ,and slice. Add just enough water to Mayor Duckworth's establishment! onOak .
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'i "f.,.'' .'Ton never were more wrong In your life than when you figured"that I and (Start cooking, and cook'until very soft. street." ;

others who belong to the Florida Citrus Exchange are warped in our views [Rub through a sieve. This is more I "

and 'bltter"ctoward: speculative fruit buyers. '. easily done by uah g' a quart flour sifter .
.
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*' 3H&uf1 '
< with half as much as you
jwJSwlThe situation Is Just' this: There (a ''only Just so much fruit e.cbcrop sugar j
tr
cook to Evaporate ,as ;
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have fruit and
r-: ,
,,ear and no matter bow hard we may compete to get fruit we can't Increase -.: .,. ... .
much water as possible without burn- ,,,. rl rlo.or.
t ; the crop. It is opt like two manufacturing concerns putting out, say vacuumcleaners ,
,? < where the harder they compete the more machines both sell because ing. In the beginning cook rapidly, )-- ,
; 'ihe market is thus enlarged. On the contrary, the more the co-operative toward the end cook slowly in a double \

)movement spreads In Florida the less fruit there is left for the speculators boiler! watching carefully and '-
r to handle As the the mixture .......;.,
movement grow. consequently speculators are bound to (I stirring constantly. When r ,
be put out of business. In view of this It is only natural that they should clings together and follows spoon \,..
:fight and fight hard In order to keep themselves in business. It is a pretty I lin stirring, remove from fire and

'sorry poodle dog that won't try to give a bulldog a tussle. it he is'caught in spread about an inch thick, on a marble -
."Corner.i .
t slab or paraffin paper. Cut into
:.
i i The cooperative, movem.ent Florida- has beenand Is, steadily growing. squares when cold. If necessary put. :

1{ 'A considerable number of fellows who have made living out of the fruit |in sun until outside is dry. Bring 't'I

t e game have been caught In corners more or less. Some of them have fought into house! at night. Drying may be --- 1 D r t I

'pretty hard and pretty bitterly. One of the favorite methods Is by "propa- done in an oven at a low temperature, ti I-
'' !iganda." That is a rather nice-sounding word the war gave us to cover a but preferably in the sun Wrap in v IIt I II

ipretty nasty sort of activity. In a big organization like ours, with about oiled paper and put in a box lined .
'tfiva thousand growers. there are bound to be a certain number of folks who cooking
I 'ul Will believe part of everything they hear. Therefore, when some of my with parafin paper.rho ,
fellow-members be done on the grate in the oven.
hear some rumor' that we are paying our directors at Tampa may

;Jtsa thousand dollars a year, Instead of a measly little per diem to cover ex-. The mass'should be stirred frequently .,.o

,peaaes that most men wouldn't let drag them away from their business, they i enough to prevent browning.
,wtll get excited and mill around a bit, until finally someone of them comes Layers of paste may be put together -

out with it, and the,real facts can be brought out and the matter laid at rest. ( with melted marshmallows. An- '

>; !These things are awkward, and at times confusing. We live them down, !!other variator may be made by .adding Thu Nape '- o I II o
Nif', '!a the course of time and! go right on ahead. Just here I want to tell you we broken nut meats to the paste be-

?;, 'are going ahead right along. I fore pouring it on the slab.

However you cannot talk .about a man, or a set of men behind his chief consideration in the creation of
back or their backs and obtain any large portion of love and esteem when THE TRIBUNE STILL LEADS THE
the talk gets known. Also, the very fellows who at first were misled by -cozy, artistic home is the way you paint' .

euch propaganda are apt to feel pretty hard when they find our the true facts The Tampa Morning Tribune is and decorate It- .
still leading the field In South Florida.In .

", I don't want you to believe we have reached the mlllenlum here in point of news service it carries a Let your home reflect your own taste by the. '
4 Florida and that our "nice" wooly grower-lambs are lying down In peace with I service than
(fuller and more complete Ask For
I the speculative interests. No not If the lambs know it. Facts is facts, how.1 other in this field. All the choice of correct and harmonious color effects. But These Free i

; ever; and the growers having learned the fruit speculators mean no good''any paper day in the Tri- whatever your needs, be sure to specify Paints that Paint Books W
news appears every .
to the industry in which the have their
growers money tied up feel justified
..R bune. From a circulation standpoint have proven their worth, because you paint to ..
r In setting forth the real state of affairs to those who, like you are lacking
M4 lbw "
to Paint| n_ _
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experience in these things. That does not necessarily Imply any bitterness I which proves a newspaper's popularity protect as well as to beautify. .-........many beautiful illustration*

ti/ } at alL | .it surpasses any other four papers ol attractively painted homes, show
in South Florida. If you want the Moor pla a (ivee apoufcationa andpllahow
.,1'e' School of Experience don't put out correspondence courses; and Idon't .news all of it every day in the to Ml Iect the right colon.
, know if you can be expected to get much good out of these letters. the
However I find the writing of them li good for me. Previously I have .I year, you can't afford to pass up "The Hodera M.ddet Decoratta--_

":'-', thought out a lot of these things In a hazy sort of way, but writing you has j I Tribune. Enter your name now and This beautifully illustrated book
'I 'let the Tribune bring the news of the in..* the late. and
beat
:, i erred to focus my mind and I see them more clearly than ever before. 11| tk ideas on
I believe I am a better and more loyal Exchange member for having entire world to your door every day. dacocatioo interior walls and
r,: written cetliaa&. I It aKows
t. 0 them. "Rates $8.00 by the year, $4.00 for six a numbe of
? .earn. designed! by leading art ts,

I Tell the kids I wore the new necktie they sent me to church last,jmonths, 2.00 for the three months S.OO, or Have stood the test of time for more than fifty years =: eiact apecificatione: for ob- .!
daily only without Sunday, | 6annor.ioa.color eQ.aa wk6 '
.\ Sunday.and George: Hopper our Tillage wit said I was all dressed up like $3.00 $1.60. Questions gladly ans- and will give you longest service at lowest cost. .... Cee f'LA.TKOATT. .
1 I a new filling st Uon. Bless their hearts, kiss the kids for me and. accept I 4.

t' .beat lov for Etta and yourself, from [were<.siaTissl tor 1'be' Meer. Necked of Rl........g

....,".' Your Uncle JONAS. OFF FOR EXPOSITION Awry Purpasa, si number of them you can: ...UJ' sad 0d"-1f"i:. *o' build Of'

., conomlcally use jreuraaQ.OSCfOLA. _Idea wilt .. ofe thishelp I\, ,
{, I. P. Tlmmona 'Ford dealer of the to .
?r These. letters constitute the second Installment of a ..rl... Aeldt- I r.: ce .:r,_:.;. :

'; ,tlonal{ ones win be published In early" I....... '* lOsceola Motor .Company,. left on. Son- [ HARDWARE COMPANY wood k ;,. ,
',} iI' day by car for Jacksonville to1.wit\ ;;:-::: take"cat.. .1 yea r; ?...

M ness the exposition to be staged 'by KISSIMMEE., "
FLORIDA
the Ford com panTIIla promised to larla.C.albrl('.,11.a ','.10.:;, .u; ", c

; ;Nearly 80.000,000 ..ba.rrela.of. flour ||I.A new copper process makes it possible : be the greatest event Of the kind ever __ c.w wa a.. .:. I
r %-could,be' added to our annual output to weld together Iron and steel staged in the southeast Mr. Timmona .... .".. "

f 'train"wheat' that pesta -and disease. \rparta. The copper penetrates into; was,accompanied T. A. Cason'-and. .. ...,

b tt'4I' leetaojr. land forms A firm weld. f a Howard Kats., -- '
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" : EXTRA :SPECIAL. The Dollar: Limit'sStupendous EXTRA' .SPECIAL '


_36-inch' Pajama'Checks ; Indian, Head, the Genuine ../ .
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And Continues 8 Days. Doors Open Promptly at t 8 o'ClockSaturday Morning ;


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0 WHEN/ WE SAY "At The. Dollar Limit Profit Sharing Sale" we mean just what'f, ,;

say. Now, when times are as they are, and school will soon start, we ,t' :

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have. decided to share our profits in order to help you 'get School Clothes. Our lines :


are complete in all Staple Merchandise, so you may get fitted out from head to foot .t 'r'ri.

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I DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT HERE IS THE: CHANCE OF YOUR M M
Free Gift ,
Package of
40-inch Organdy, in all colors, per yard. . . .29c : LIFETIME

Each: of the first twenty-five grown people enter- We have received 600 pairs of Ladies' Felt Bed- :>
One lot of Dress Ginghams, also Apron '
Checks, per yard. . . . . . <. . . . . . .13c ing the doors of the Dollar Limit Store on Satur- room Shoes for, Holiday Trade to sell for $1.50. {
At this Profit Sharing Sale we offer them for 98c'the -
day morning (doors opening at eight o'clock) \
pair. They are of assorted colors and trimmed
Best Grade all club checks,
.. per yard ,Ginghams. . . . . . . .new. . . . . . . . . 22c will receive as a present a package all wrapped, with a bow on side. '.
ready to carry home. Be at the store early and
Ji Plain Colored Chambray, yard . ... . . . .10 PACKAGE A SPECIAL SPECIAL '" S
YOUR
GET ,
, S . . . .. . .. . . . ... .49c . 50-yard spool Silk Thread, assorted colors, 9 .
White Ratine, yard <- : .. at. perspool . : . ... .. .TTTTT. :, ; ?; abc,
ONE'R' ' ., 9 , ,'v MEN'S .READY-TO-WEAR ', 'p. ,. ,
'HERE IS A GOOD + j
36-inch" Pongee, yard ... .'. .,.". .'.v.-. ,..v.;, ;., ..Y:.+'' ...69c'Your . f ",., '".. DEPARTMENT . :- ,* -. ,," ,A" ,";PEW, ,PRICES. ,d. "I FROM' .... OUR.NOTION.. .:..:,' ,:,., ','..>''. .. ,r"
-, ., I ,Blue, Overalls,'with'apron; do'ub e stitched. :'",:-'s t l' --.r",>: ::1.' ''/. COUNTER' .tlPli:' \ IV. :' '' -'

in the choice house of, per any yard piece.Tissue. . . .Ginghams'. . . . . . 49c These go at the Profit Sharing Sale at, pair, 98c Pins 2 Papers; for . . . .'. ; . . . . r. . . 5c '"

Blue Denim, the.thing for Boy's Pants yard 23c Pin-check Overalls . . . . .'. . . . . . . .$1.19 Stickerei Braid . . . . . . . . . . . . .'.. 5c ,' .

Khaki Cloth, heavy grade, yard . . . . . . 23c Work Shoes, solid.leather, Elk Skin, per pair $2.49 Thread, 150 yards on spool. . . . . . ; ,:. 'I

t Cheviots,;; for making blouses for boys, yard. .19c Also the Monkey-Skin Work Shoe, ,per pair.$1.79 Bone.Hairpins, box . . . . . . . . . !: .',"
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.. A FEW ITEMS FROM READY-TO-WEAR We have just unpacked another shipment made of to Tooth Paste . . . . . . . . . . . . \ .. ":
those Army Officers' Shoes. These are ,, .

DEPARTMENTLarge sell at a regular. price of $5.00: Sale Price $3.98 Writing: Tablets . . . . .. . . . . .
size Bungalow Aprons, assorted.colors per pair. Don't miss this one.

.each . . . *.. . . . .. . . . . . . .89c Ladies' Brown and Black String Oxfords, Ink, bottle . . . .,. . . . .'. . . . . ; Jf

per pair -. . . . . . . . . .". . . . . . .$2.98 at.$1.19"A ?'I',
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Black Silk Stripe Hose, worth $1.50; sale Cotton Batting, for making quilts, 2
price, per pair . . . . ... . 'e' . . : . .98c
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Talcum Powder . . . .'. . . . . . . II
HERE IS A GOOD ONE
We .received a case of Silk Hose to retail I for In going through our stock we find about-200 Dress'Snaps, assorted gizes;Black and . -
shirts that retail for $2.50 and $3.00. They are
$1.50, but by buying in large quantities we secur- broken sizes. To close them out we offer the en- cake. . . . . . :
Olive
ed them at a price so low we can sell them for tire lot for, each . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.69 Palm Soap per ;
98c the pair. Colors: Black; White, andBrown. ,
1 All fast colors. Don't miss this great shirt offer. Just received this week a case of 25 ) "Ift
.; Seamless Sheets. This is the chance ,
wish at
Ladies' Vests that, lOc price each.until As stock many is as sold.you Men's Hats, assorted colors, each . . . . 98c fit up your rooming-house. These go '

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I Remember The Sale Starts Saturday" Morning, August 26, at Eight o'clock I \r


And closes Saturday Night, September 2. Come early and avoid the rush. Plenty of ice water for all. . ''

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Fdr Men:, Suits left toc1--oat, for'lV
r .BlueWorkShlrts. ,the suit ,.. ... .. ,...$8.00 .
", ., at,'each't.;. : : .'.'.',, 'h, "' 49c., 'C'i'"' KISSIMMEE G, W..PERsoNS.. COMPANY, -.'- .::. _KISSIMMEE' -'.---"+' '.. , ........ ...... ..".... ;" i(.t'.
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PURGE THE ,UNION LABOR RANKS. I ., A 1''


{$." PUBLISHED BY IF union labor. wlshu'ever'apln to become a power. THE WATCHER''' I Y *. j,

1. THE!, KI88IM.MEE VALLEY GAZETTE EVERY FRIDAY in America it must rid itself of the class ignorant" \

: KI8B1MMBE, FLORIDA ill-bred! foreIgners who, in too many cases, are carrying season tor J

Il. W. B. HARRIS, President the microbe of bolshevism and anarchy;' men who' are the The busy open housewives have guavas tuned is on; THE BEST UNION : \
up ;: J f\
B, 'O.. VANS AGNBW.! 'SecretaryW. not Americans and in a vast majority of instances can their oil stoves 'to synchronize with \ ,' J
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L. THORNDTKB Editor never train theirmind and brain sufficiently. fine,to be- : j
tS: come real'American citizens, the preserving kettle,and a mysterious .. rt t, i,
t ..VDICRIPTIOPRATEgi Within odor Is abroad In the 'land. (t li
i J One' Copy,:On* Tar.-_.;._._.......;...._......_......*.00 the past twenty years certain onions have 'to Distinguish the difference between ./ ,. '. .' .',4
{ One Copy, Six ).Ionlb .....................-.......... 1.g: swelled their ranks with the riffraff from across the easy oJ .-.
One Copy, Three Month-_.;..-_.....__.-.__.--..u---. ocean, and for years some of the Colorado'unions carried a lady who has lived here some 1 .'

(Enter at the poitofflce at KUlmm, Florida, many men on their membership'rolls who could not years and the one who has not. While .

i.' as a.cond-cla. matter.) speak American--much less understand it. Then was the former fruit Is up making'her/chin the), :'in richest the The best kind.of a Uni'oiione: where every member : ; v**,
All oommunlc'attona except from authorised oorrrapondent need of an interpreter to get certain facts.and certain yellow .
must be signed. by the, wrttor.Rejected sauces, jellies and marmalades, the and every'' -"'
..returned Ifd1..4 for beliefs into their heads and these were the first to of it is minding his own business helping
matter will be latter averts her face, wrinkles up ; .
i. commence diabolical actions ,w.hen'.ny labor trouble other.member to succeed 'That is kind of Union -
Fereixn AdvertMnf RrpreMntethreTHE threatened. Without doubt there was truth in the assertions her nose and wonders what on earth ; the
>r AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION folks In to like:
that the leaders of some of the uifions selected can see guavas this bank is. A Union of all concerned, to prosperand
Well after all the Ira'
fl these men to commit such acts. guava queer
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1922 Any union composed of real Americans would.be-.oA--: thing. It looks as meek and inofTenslve assist others to prosper.
'
il las and also
-
due
a past ,
en to reason and argument-and therein would be success egg
Y
that was primarily sought by the 'early union organization resembles it In another respect.. An "

It- BIBLE T IBOrai O G T fOR IBIS WEEK commenced*' .to It earn was a not salary until that the any"walking great trouble delegate"oc- I scientific unofficial apparatus asaay'!' made.yields without the, follow any I -

curred; and then began the unionizing of the lower ing result: : .
Skinr S ... .
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strata of = percent. 'j ,
population. And right then commenced the
I, ( . SELF MASTERY:-Keep back thy servant also from leaving behind! of union! ties by ..thousands who could not 'Pulp-20 percent. Merchants and Farmers Bank : =__._- -
------"prefcUmptuotiB' slni let them not .have dominion over stand associations with the vicious and the uneducated; Seeds-31 percent.

me: then shall I be upright, and I shall be innocent from but the work of accepting such men into the unions, Smell-42 percent. '
It the. great transgression. Let the words of. my mouth, some of them, kept on. # With most people the taste for-this J J.3.-

; and the mediation of my heart, be acceptable in thy It is'a mistake to condemn all unions because thereare I wonderful fruit has to be acquired OF KISSIMMEE

1 t.' eight, 0 Lord, my strength. and my Redeemer.-Psalm thousands of good loyal Americans among them. I and real guavamania seldom sets in. .

r 19: 13, 14.MAIL. When a strike is called they walk out against their wishes I before the second or third year; but. I

t'ji.P many of them, because their oath binds them; such it Is a sizzling fact that after that ,
HOUSES BIG ADVERTISERS!
ORDER
+, -- men are not trouble-makers. But, of course, there is a I time the contagion strikes in and the'' -________ .- _- - __ n. . .:.
1 ii' THERE arrived in Jacksonville last week two solid preponderance of those easily led, of those whose l loyalty I victim becomes ensnared for life.

: carloads of large catalogs.from a mail-order house whose has been lost-provided they ever had such a qualifica- 'I There is a kind of freemasonry among .
.tion.-Jlnd.1o that class the devotees. ltbeguava/ ,that is_not: I
main-office Is in Cbi.af4.Th heavy .catalogs are is attributable- the-awful scenes
sent by freight to larger cities in order to save postage; such as have been enacted in the,recent past. (communicated by the grip or password -

,t1:'f't and from these distributing points are sent to all portions Wipe off the membership of.the unions all men not I ; sort of a class-feeling that inclines J
{ of 'Florida and info South Georgia. Were these American; all those who speak only foreign languages j! them to look down .upttn those

Kent from Chicago to Florida points the postage, figuredon and refuse to learn that of the country of their adop- i I who do not have the courage to get Buv a O7clandSpend -

the zone system would have been much in gxcese of tion; every man with whom the better union man would any I nearer the fruit than the smell

t'j the newer method used. not invite to his table to enjoy a meal; and there will I thereof. the difference
People patronize these houses in many cases because then remain an association of workmen who will be a I Some folks think that this Trent(

they desire to secure something of good quality-and are credit to themselves and an honor to America in whose I table delicacy is a native here becausei

/# not aware that the local stores can in many instances service' every loyal man should be enlisted. I i it is so productive and so easily _

\\11' furnish the fame quality at about the same price when :! grown, but such is not the case for "tS
the of delay I| it was brought into this state from ,. .
; the transportation charges' and annoyances CONSTUT10NALITV OK' THE FEE BILL
!f. are taken into consideration. But when the money goes : 'the West Indies about fifty years ago.

.tf to those! houses it all goes from this city or county; whenit FOR some years the common people of Florida have 'I'No'' one seems to know the name of the :": ,

is spent at home from ten to thirty percent remains sought to secure the enactment of a fee bill for county man who proved tb be such a public

l in the hand. of the merchants to enable them to carry officers which. would limit the wages of such officials ':i benefactor,--but The Watcher believes

and more diversified stocks and to keep up living' to a sum commensurate to the services performed. Each that his memory should be perpet- :

lager time the matter bobbed up in the )legislature such coun- uated by a suiytble monument, not so I

The same quality of !goods are sold the world over. ty officials as figured}( they had a pull that they could! ,much because he introduced a new

i It is an error to state that the mail-order houses sell drag anything they desired right off the desk and putit ':odor into our state, but for the great I J645

only poor stuff, as hundreds of patrons in every county in a pigeonhole dashed off to Tallahassee "just to tell I'I public service that he rendered by dis-
But there hundreds who 'em few In the covering this noble and healthful
know to the contrary. are a things. days of six or seven years .

I' would rather pay a little more for the goods for the Bike ago it was mostly sheriffs who made the dash; then 'fruit to our people. .....

s of patronizing the home merchant, getting immediate other officials commenced to collaborate and make the I' DIED AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS

delivery, and building up the city. Yet in a large num- trip to the capital. In that way, and because of the -- liii

ber of instances they do not know that the goods lire plea that "such an. enactment will take the bread and I Died: At the home of her parents DETROIT

handled at home. Numbers of instances can 'be named butter out of the mouths. of my wife and children," the I Mr.' and Mrs. J. H. Hansell of Clyde '

S where goods have been ordered from a distance, and thing went by default. I avenue, Sunday afternoon at two t

r when 'the mail brought the goods there was a slip enclosed But now it has been declared by the supreme court 'i(o'clock, after an illness of but a'week.

i 'stating,thot "our goods are handled in your city that the law enacted in 1921 holds water and is as solid Miss Della Hansell; aged forty-one I'.i

: by So-and-So.! But "So-and-So" had never told the public as a brick road laid on hardpan. The decision handed I years. .i \

about it. Last week a resident of Kissimmee, noting down will make no material difference in Osceola county, 1 .

S advertisement from. Orlando, drove to that point and so the officials declare-and they have not been inter- Deceased was born in Orange county -

-' put in a ten dollar order for groceries and was surpris- ested in the fight that has been made against it. But but has been a resident of Kissimmee -

;fi ed on his return to learn that he could have saved sev- in some counties where the people have been gougedto since early girlhood, and is well .

enty cents by trading at'"home. The cost of the trip the full limit to fatten some few there will be so vasta known. by all the older residents of

x', was counted as nothln,-.... he Would have driven there difference between the wages they have been receivingand this city and county. She had many

% for an outing, probably, in any case. the wages which they will hereafter earn that the relatives and frftnds, and the funeral

To quote from the,DeLand News, apropos the shipment effect! of the decision of the supreme.court will be heart- services held at the Pentecostal 1 ,

ft catalogs:' _. rending.: It is absolutely a crime to reduce the cash rep church, of which she :was a member, '.

,' .. Merchant, should look over their shelves! and turns for a tax collector in Duval county from around want largely attended at two o'clock 1"

r ass plenty of advertising now to. prove_ that., 'it, '.is the fifty thousand dollar mark each year to about seven 'Monday afternoon. There were"many : <.

,better Tall around to buy at home.----. thousand five hundred for how can a man' live upon beautiful floral offerings. The -services -

:Vhls it a'fact that-s.! being realized by all cities in such-a' mere meagre wage, and "keep up apPearance?" were conducted by Rev, M. It; R

Florida. And appearances must. be kept up if the office-holder Perry, of Tampa, and the remainswere _

w I contemplates an extension of his position for another placed in Rosehill cemetery
GETTING BUYERS AND SELLING TOGETHER
I term.It FLORIDA'S LARGEST ..INDUSTRYWhat With its many new re- I
has sometimes been used as an argument that no
i i SOME worriment has been displayed at times as to
one qualified to serve as sheriff or tax assessor or tax is the largest industry in this finements
:whether there would be obtainable a sufficient numberof and even more !
collector in Duval county would take the position at a country TMaybe
set alT ths that to
plants to strawberry acreage was
I fair wage-and they say! that the same condition would you think it is the produc- i
be put out this season in the various portions of the center complete equipment no
exist in other wealthy counties in the state; but such tion of steel, or maybe you have the >
of the state. From Arcadia, where there is to be
& :;something more than one hundred and fifty 'acres setout'there assertions are silly in the extreme. The electorship right angle. If so you know that the 'extra cost to you, the Ford l' 4
In the larger and more prosperous counties will be justas production of raw milk is the largestand
hat been a committee appointed to locate theM
strenuously sought in the future aa in the past- most important industry 'hot if
"t plants and there it a possibility that in. Kissimmee Sedan is now more than 1
fa ,, and it will be possible that better service will be render you do not know that you are not to "
; here be some disappointment because of too much
may
} ed." There will be returns made to the bounties of that be censured. ever theworld's
delay in placing orders. On the other' hand papers in greatest
if nature that will make a perceptible difference in the What is destined to become thegreatest ',. ,"
Other points are advertising a vast number of plants,
taxes and in the county improvements; and it may happen -. industry in .Florida? edclosed.carvalue- :
grown on good toil, .all good and healthy plants, ready .
that the fees for recording instruments be Dairying and stock raising.
>> may
for sal. At Fort Meade one advertiser alone states that
lower d. That has been the result in other states. Yet how little attention....has been if desired. _
he "has a half million plants of that description, and in I
The people of Florida, as a whole, should rejoice given to showing up the advantages of .
other localities: there 'are more. The great pointis I
many that the validity of the law has been declared. Florida for the expansion of this In-
to get the buyer and the seller connected-and when Osceola Motor Company
dustry. The agencies publicity have
that Is once done it will doubtless be found that the 1
THE GREAT: SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR overlooked one of Florida's most potential
supply will equal the demand. From and
appearances resources. Only a short time AUTHORIZED DEALERS ,
from notes published in many papers the strawberry PREMIUM lists are being distributed throughout all the Commissioner of Agriculture i",

crop of Florida this coming season will be wonderfully Florida for the great exposition which will be in pro- ago issued a booklet on"Dairyirg Florida -
great.-and if all plans a re/carried out in Osceola coun-
gress in Tampa for nine days, commencing Thursday, ," yet hardly any mention was
ty which are now under way and rapidly culminating February I, and these lists are most complete in every made of dairying on the lower east '\

this county will be great beneficiary from the crop. way and cover a vast scope for the exhibitor.. There are coast where it has. made more prog-

WATERFRONTS SHOULD BE ATTRACTIVE one hundred and thirty departments, which include more ress than in any other section of the .
han three thousand exhibits open for premiums. state. The story is told in the August r.,
i'h THOSE who have seen the waterfront at Daytona From its l initial exhibit seven. years ago this exposition number of the Florida Real Estate

have noticed in many spots the dilapidated appearance ) has grown'to greater proportions each successive Journal. Edison Electric

caused by old buildings and pilings which have outlived year-annually being visited by a larger numberof Appliances .

(, f their usefulness and needs, and a general collection of pleased patrons and each year becoming a more valuable ORLANDO ANNOUNCES

stuff which gave a rejyjlslve look to the entire frontage. asset for not only the southern portion of Florida SECOND DOLLAR DAY
I To th. along the river a'bad Save work and worry dignify the common tasks '
i persons passing impression but for the state as a whole. The coming exposition to ;
Orlando had its first Dollar Day
X 'was created open in the early new ;year promises to excel, all previous May 31.The and-increase the comforts and conveniences of all.

t Under the city-manager form of government the entire events--and what Tampans .promise that they always success of that bargain day was We are making a special offer for this week only.A .
waterfront now being cleared, and in few
a days perform..J
and much Six-pound Hotpoint Electric Iron
so.pronounced so gratification for $6.50! Do
the entire view from the river will be materially changed This splendid annual event has been possible each
was expressed by the people en- not miss this chance.
and improved, and the cify-ftself will be a gainer to a 'year through the strenuous labors acid the efficient acts joying the liberalities of the mer- Call up and have us deliver

remarkable extent. of a body of men anxious to bring progress to that city chants, it was decided to inauguratefour you one before they are all gone.

The :waterfront of Kissimmee is not repulsiveyetIt and the state. It is not actually a profit-making affair, Dollar Days a year, to be held f.
> is far from being attractive. This city has an advantage so far as cents and dimes and dollars are concerned; three months. Kissimmee Electrical 4H.

t over Daytona insofar as it has funds on hand withII' directly may not accomplish all that is hoped-but every TJhe second of these Dollar Day bar- Company

which to make" decided.improvement, while) that city Indirectly it brings about a publicity which is most gain- gains will be held Wednesday, August 0REIGHT, Proprietor
,had to I draw its money from the general fund. There ful. The example of Tampa might well be'emulated by hotels .
30. Every merchant, Including ELECTRICAL
is lying'on deposit,more than fifty thousand dollar. It other sections in a more ,modest 'manner .with just as CONTRACTORS
ts,true that interest 'is being' paid on the deposit but time restaurants and moving pictures (LICENSED ,
) large a percentage of gain; at the same every join hands to give the people unexpected )
'r the Interest collected is not sufficient to reimburse,the county in South Florida should lose no time.in proffering -, bargains this day. People _
on
;ucityfo: ._interest the, holders of, the bonds will receive co-operate with .T mpa-at the coming-exposition -- : -
from"a"radius of miles"swarmed
fifty Fixtures J1JPWiringfor[ -'l
; consequently, 'the sooner, the improvements' on 10ft mutual:pin;&I11i,tut advancement..._. the city during" the last Dollar Day Appliances; Light
I
the bulkhead .can.1* taken 'up and the 'eStT'thus gain \ and Heat J'
and all well that the and Power.
j l4 ):Ieneftt.t. the better;, It;;wi11be. \ MAKE: rule, and pray to God: ,to.help' yon ,to keepit Orlando were Chamber, so 'of pleased Commerce, who Edison Lamps 60 ( .

,To complete ,the"'wsrk 'started-and which has progressed never; if possible to lie down at night,without.being isponsorlng the..m ovementdecided Motor Repairing.' '..
": =to=-.-<
a', ..t. Kisaimmee--and the council should every,effort. little wiser, or a IIWeI1&ppler. or,at least.at little better "t4. Daquarterly 7 Darlington Avenue, Willsqn'Building; KissimmeeL ; :i ;

tw t .,. 'toward- "'men'. .an c ,end.- .. +.*....,=. f.>.Sty,..,,_"""-""'"U1.1 1v ,' .- :his day.--Charl. -. ', '"KIngslay.; ?...',. l... _.',.. .i. I. Buy_ tock.In,Osceola Growers. ., ''r . !;
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;i" THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY AUGUST 25. 1922 FIVE. _

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.. .......+'. ...... .. Keep yowr eye on the windows of Keep your eye on the windows of Local" Pythians'Shjow. -

. the Independent Grocery for all kindsof the Independent Grocery for all kinds
Gain In Membership
*. WEATHER-REPORT, *. fruit and vegetables;in season x of fruit and vegetables, In'season., x HAVE YOUR '

Official daily. + Splendid meeting are reported 25
1M' +O aad Bulletin precipitations of tern.peratare fur-- + Mr. and Mrs. ,J.' R. Gilbert upon William S. Graham, of the ACL, U from the local lodge of the,, Knightsof 25 ,

f.\ nlshad by; the Kissimmee CoO their return from'.ckaonvllle making notable,improvement upon his ,Pythias-and the one of Wednesday .

,w j. "* operative U. S. Weather Bureau brought\ their' daughter, Mrs.. 'Edwin residence at 105 Park street east. evening was erne that was full of percent Fall Printing .

.,6; ft1 Statien,: for the week)!: ending + '/Ipound, and her babe, who will visit Interest from start to finish. Thor.was percent
Mrs. S. of
F.
i1: Schwinn Savannah,
ThuwMbiy, August 24,1922: here and meet some of Mrs: Pound'sm.n1' attendance and the .
a good endeavors
O friends. is making an.extended: vieituppn hersister off
off
..... O Date Max.Min..Prep. Mrs. G. ,W. Persons, of. 803 to:s>cure new members havebeen :NOW ,
Ang. 18.86 73 .80 street.Miss made successful. At each DONE \
Friday, ,, Because of rain which was threatening Lake' very .. .
.. 1'SaturdA.Auc..l.. 19-81 74 .10,* ..,to" flood the local baseball! meeting there are Pages and Esquires \

0> Sunday. Aug. 20..83 72 .05 0 grounds on Tuesday, the "Kissimmee Kathleen Bearden of the of.. anxious to be advanced to higher

-, O Monday,, Aug,/!!..88 70 ";00. team autoed 'to Loughman to tryout flee of the county clerk of the courts, \Cranks, and there ''a'alys work", on '

> Tuesday, Aug. 22..83 "71 .)5 + the contest for supremacy with Fort is spending her vacation in Tampa, hand usually: in all degrees. For On All Job .Printing i Ordered

m O Wednesday Aug 23.88: 70 .01 Meade at that point but'rain pre* guest of her sister, Mrs. Scott Sou-' years the Pythians have) struggled on ,

I 1'r: d Thursday' ., Aug. ',24.91 70 .00 vented, the game. dcrs. endeavoringto make the )local" lodgean From The ,Casette/I.Offic.

O :Headings are made at 6:00 p. Mrs. Johanna especially strong one;;and"this gainis ,. .
. for ,the preceding twentyfourhours. Tuesday was the first "real rainy Ringet mother of pleasing to those who entered the .. I .

day" that. has settled down on Kis Mrs. O. P. Taw is now'visiUne .at ranks long years ago and who have BETWEEN .THIS DATE AND OCTOBER 1 '. '
O Ridgewood New where she
T. FRENCH. Jersey
ALLISON -
simmee for many months. It wasgentle ; noted the ups and downs of this lodge. ,
Co-operative Observer. I Iii of another
Mrs.
guest daughter
a- drizzle from the early] morning -for they'all reaMce the early fulfillment THERE WILL BE DISCOUNT OF 25 PERCENT '
.00.000000 ..0..0044 Harry Thompson. '
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.
when threatening clouds promised' of their dreams. At the next .'

copious showers. Miss Thelma Woodalt returned to meeting 'of the lodge there will be

I her home in Kissimmee on Tuesday- candidates for the three degrees. This unusual offer applies to 'any kind of' 'a job'and '
LOCAL. Mrs. T. M. Rivers and daughtersreturned '
after spending a brief vacation from in ,any quantity desired. If you do not understand
on Monday from their- visit PERTAINING TO CHURCHES ,
4- ,
'
her' duties in where she J.
PEt in Georgia. Lakeland was this' proposition Phone 11 and
_- A2gVgjy I guest of her brothers., j {o. a representative

I, J. A. Minnick one of the prosperous I Pint Baptist Garcia -will call and explain.You .

S. L. Millard, connected with the Rev. J. A. Sutton D. D.. Pavtor. ,
who takes much interestin I
Shaves 35c children, growers
15e)1.lrcut.; ; -clay--Thoma. lias f-
25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 18-tf the affairs of the La\e Wilson dis what is known as garage the Latta purchased propertyat 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. S. L. Will Save One-Fourth the Regular

trict, was transacting business in Lupfer, Jr., superintendent. Classes +
Miss Angle Makinson is now filling Kissimmee on'Tueed.y.. The residents 603 Sumner -street, and has already '- for all ages. Join tho' pautonrclNBs.\ Price!. by. ,Placing Your Order Promptly t""

the of bookkeeper'for the firm taken possession. 11:00 Sermon bv )Rev.J.. .
,. post in that locality still deplore the : a. m.- ** ,
Fanner. if
of the Makinson
WyB. Company.-- -'-'Jack of road facilities for.reaching the Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Louis Boh- 7:00 p. m.-B. Y. P. U. live song

Dr. O. L. Buckmaster and Dr. R. M. countyseat.A len and Robert Schmidt, all of Palat- service. Miss Grace Gilbert presi

Buckmaster;'osteopathiats 211 East discount of one-fourth the price ka, enroute- to Miami, were Sunday aent.8:00: p. m.-Union servicesconducted. KISSIMMEE! VALLEY GAZETTE :

--r------ Jackson_Street. Orando33U] allowed on all job-printing-brought to 'guests at the home" of Mr. and Mrs.j7BTMcNeilI . by Kev. Allen J. Miller. ---- -
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of BFicfitreef. .
b... L. H. Ingram and daughter,I the office of' The Gazette betweennow ; 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. Prayer .

Irene returned Monday from a two. I and the closing day of September. A discount of one-fourth the price meeting.Free seats and a welcome to We employ only first-class );

weeks visit withfriendsatJ3aint Perfect work guaranteed.Save'"twentfive allowed on all job-printing brought to strangers as well as those who 'belong 25 C .
ersburg. t-I percent. Phone No. the office of The Gazette betweennow Sere. workmen and every custoe7. _

1 11. and the closing day of September A church of the bible and'for the mer is assured of the bestquality .

Keep your eye on the windows of -- Perfect work guaranteed. people. percentoff t percent .;!
the Independent Grocery for all kinds Bennett O'Bannon, of Kissimmee, 'Save twenty-five percent. Phone No. Christ's Church.: uf work afid-mate- ': :

of fruit and vegetables in season. x brother-inlaw of Mrs. L. P. Gum ar- 11. rial. Let have order-
(Pentecostal) us
rived Tuesday and will be the guest your off ;
Following a two-months visit with of the I Coyier! Brack and Oak Streets NOW. I
Gum family for several days. I J. A. Bishop and son, H. A. Bishop
!
0ier. former schoolmates Miss Dorothy He and Mr. Gum left Wednesday for of Clearwater enroute to Jacksonville Walter Lorenz

Wells left on Monday for her home in .Kracmer Island, Lake Okeechobee 'topped in Kissimmee on Tuesday to Sunday School Superintendent. i'
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Asheville. where Mr. Gum owns valuable visit their sister and 'r .
pro- I(i aunt Mrs. Helen 10:00: a. m.-Sunday school. Inter. DONT, GIRLS; DON'T )
-- perty and where Mr. O'Bannon Perdew 21 Beaumont avenue Classes for all !
may national lesson. ages.
,
Attorney and Mrs. Alexander Aker- A mid-night fire at Ocoee Tuesday .
I locate.-Frostproof News. north. 11:00: a. m.-Divine worship. Special The news from day to day records .
man, of Orlando, were i-n Kisimmee on bible teaching. destroyed the general store of Ben
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Sunday greeting some of their many J. F. Freeman formerly managerof I At the meeting of the charter board 7:16 p. m.-Young People's meet- the disaster that overtakes young Ewing and the postoffice, which was t :

acquaintances.Keep the Casino, was a visitor in Kissimmee which was to, have been held Friday ing. women who accept auto rides with !'located in .the Ewing store and the ,
8:00 p? m.-Divine worship. Praise strange men. It is a sordid story ,Atlantic .Coast I
for a brief time I Line railrotod depot .Ii
Sundayandmet
on morning there was no <
the Windows of 1 quorum pres- Inspirational Singing.
your eye'on testimony. which loses nothing of its horror by | '
the Independent Grocery for all kinds as many of his friends as was I ent. All that remained was for T. ,2:30: p. m.-Tuesday. Women's Bible constant repetition. One might believe located adjacent to the Ewing prop-. ..'
possible. Mr. Freeman is still with M. class. I|(erty. .
Murphy, chairman, and J. M. Jchnston .
of fruit and vegetables in season. x that woman of In-
Praise Tes any ordinary .
the Southern Enterprises and is to adjourn until the following 8:00 p. m.-Thursday. r

Mr. and Mrs. John Dell, formerly spending his time in locking after Tuesday. timony. Preachin; telligence would be wise enough to
invited to all
Everybody cordially avoid the snare of the "gas hawk,"
Broadway ,. motion-pictures in varimsii cities while "
conducting a variety store on services. "Come. "Pray. "Be-
the several their I Mr. and Mrs. K.:: L. Lesley, now of but experience shows there are always .
but now living.in Orlando, were managers are .taking ieve. _
Haines calling friends victims for the tempter.As .
City, 'were on
in Kissimmee on Monday. vacation.
I in Kisshnmee on Tuesday. The fancily NOTICE an adjunct to crime the motorcar for Your Well

Miss Sadie y absent from the A discount of one-fourth the price is much pleased with the new location enjoys an unfortunate utility,
Kissimmee, Florida, August 21,1922 '
delivery window at tjhe; .;Kissimmee allowed on all job-printing brought to i I : -although !f pI'' twenty-five years Notice is hereby given that the city which every official identified with CONTRACT NOW ;

postoffice. She is enjoying a vaca- the office of The, Gazette between they have resided in Kissimmee and I law enforcement recognizes. No
the first Tuesday '
council/will meet
;
tion with friends at Winter Haven. nbW'and" the closing of Septem'- have many friends here.A on bandit feels himself equipped for,hls la. -
In September at 8 o'clock m., for
ber. p.
I
night's work. until he has stolen a
f "
:
.'" sale strawberry discount of one-fourth the the of reviewing and equalizing StrawberriesWill
For Missionary Save twenty-five percent. Phone No. price < purpose fast car for the getaway. The human -
plants, thrifty and free from disease 11. allowed on all job-printing brought to the tax assessment roll taxes vulture who makes it his pleasure '

I $4 per thousand. R. L. Overstreel, e, the office of The Gazette 'between for 1922, and will adjourn from night I I to'prey on women sits behind a Need Water, I'

,l.JR. F. D No. 1, Box 38. 344txMra. Mrs. Elizabeth Cotterman, of 620 flow and the' closing day of Septem to night so long as it is necessary to powerful engine invites his victim to -"

JIf Mabbette street, who left Kissimmee:fiber l '. Perfect work guaranteed. Complete said review and equaliza I CAN DRIVE :YOl/R
J. H. McGuire and two' chilJJren ride and the. ..police reports tell the ,
several months with her daughter Save twenty-five Phone No. "' : "
: ago I percent. '
rest. .
of Kissimmee, Florida, were the 'lion.Anyone | WELL
Elizabeth to make an automo 11. wishing to enter 'complaint j ;.
If there Is one truth above all others i
of her' mother,Mrs.: Smith, on .and : -
guests
bile trip to' Indianapolis returned against valuations as fixed by the assessor Please'',You ?
conscientious
which
Orange,ethel; a few.days this week. home, Wednesday- -coming' by"rail.. .TOMATO-GROWERS ARE SORE": i .
: impress upon her young daughter'smind '. .'
tiLakeland Advertiser. Mrs. Cotterman decided, to dispose of 'tegs. -,,, J. R. GILBERT MY SATISFIED', V
i. Because there is to be aprotective in the.e.days it ,ls ,this:.Never .
-- --; the her 'car serious while away, and_ because'travel of tariff of on" cent'pound on. grapefruit (Municipal V Seal* l') .i i City .Clerk 37-2t, under, any Circumstances anywhere, !i r : CUSTOMERS'M'' :\

outtook'for.rai1way asa means of helping the :citrus accept the invitation of a strange man I Will Tell Of'My Efforts to Please'

concluded to hasten her trip home. industry of Florida, the tomato-grow PERSONS PULLS PROGRAM to ride in his auto. No matter how ',. .
,
School Days There is culminating a plan by ers on the east coast and elsewhere PROFIT-SIHARING PRICES alluring the prospect no matter how 'i See me and "contract 'whlle. my
j'
which a remarkably! pretty spot will I throughout this state have taken umbrage ,- welcome a life would be, as you val-1 drilling outfit isf- close-. at hand. .,
be shown on Darlington avenue. It I and have sent many appeals to "I'm going to 'stir 'em up', said ue yotir safety; your good name.andl I Ii '

will be-in front of the Fleming block Florida's represegtatives in congress George W. Persons, of the Dollar i the welfare of your family and] z
Will be here. We have already Limit he placed his order for a J. C. DIBBLE
soon -the three occupants of that building to endeavor to have tomatoes placedon as friends, don't! ) ,

fitted up several Girls and Boys now lining to fill the the protected list. The claim ismade onepage advertisement which appears : There is no more dangerous or detestable I Vhone
up apace
with their Shoes and Clothing. in this issue. "I'm going to 604 Patrick Street.: 304
between the sidewalk and the curbingwith that tomatoes are more in need foe of society than a man
, 1r We can save you money on your attractive flowers of various va of protection than grapefruit becauseof give some prices that will startle ev- whose pleasure it is to inveigle KISSIMMEE'a44tx..

outfit. Star Brand Shoes are rieties. These will be well-cared for, the fact that so great a number of eryone bargains that cannot be cent girls t& their ruin. The 1nno-I

|Solid Leather and give good service and will be an attraction for all who producers are dependent up
and the prices are reasonable. passalong that avenue.A duction and have so great investments Florida. People know that the Dollar precisely, offering both a lure for his I

Gingham: and Chambray Dresses! ", with so variable a yield from. Limit never disappoints--and that ev- victims and a means of escape for 1 .e

at real Bargain prices. discount of one-fourth the price year .to year. ery price quoted is the real selling- himself. He tours the city streets Orange Spot' Bungalows '
.
Special prices on Ginghams and allowed on all job-printing brought to .. < . price as long as the'goods remain In seeking prey and makes life in rural I ,

Sheeting. the office of The Gazette betweennow WILL RAISE BERRIES stock. And I'm confident that no one sections miserable 'by pursuit of his (Furnished) '

Special Prices on Boys' and Men's and the closing day of September. .AND RETAIN HIS JOBJ. I wit visit my store during this sale criminal( instincts. Every ag-ncy ON BLUFF FACING 'OCEAN I

Florsheim and Douglas Oxfords. Perfect work guaranteed.Save without stocking up oft some of the of law should be used for his suppression $15 per week $50 per month '

Best Grade, $6.45 down to 298. twenty-five percent. Phone No. M. Bryant, of Campbell who has many bargains found." and punishment. Leader-Tri MELBOURNE

11. been. in the employ of the ,Atlantic bune, Marion, Indiana.
PRICE
Coast Line for some fourteen years, THE GASOLINE .
-- FLORIDA't
Otto Wettstein, owner of the Kis and knows the rackbed( so well that he -- noted

McCauley'sDepartment eimmee and Saint Cloud telephone can call every tie by name, will put for The an oil over trust sensitive has never conscience been ; in I"I"111:::!,t': r""VI'w',\:, '>>: '':::'''"' :''''::::]'r'CI.

systems was in Kissimmee on Monday t
in strawberries this for
some season-
fact don't recall having
we anyone
to look over the progress being tIe has some splendid land for their conscience 1 I
accused it of
hiade in the working of the local sys having a .
Store production. lie states that between
wailing at it
amount of railing or
no
tem. Mr. Wettstein is now living in be in Out ,
eight and ten acres will put at would have effect. If Florida people Closing Stock ,
prlandlfrom''Which point he can
Campbell, and he will do his share
._ __u __ _' ___ much easier: reach the numerous systems are paying first-class-plus prices for .
towards making the quota now being second fourth sate it would
or gas
he owns, and will be in this city ,sought to make the issue a successful I
for
that here is an opportunity
with greater, frequency especially dur- 'one. "If I can do even one-half as I,the seem next l legislature to distinguish itself At Wonderful PricesI
ing the several months the repair
even
well less
as many ant.icipate--or least sensible
vail l be busy at the work.A. by doing at one
gang than that-I can see just where my and useful thing by enacting lows have the entire
just ought stockof the Dell! 5c -
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JUSTCOFFEE T. French has been elected pres- future lies, said. Mr. Bryant. that will protect the consumer.Punta -
1 and lOc Store and must close it out at ,once.
ident of the Osceola Growers, and Gorda Herald.A '
Sam 'Brammar, of Saint Cloud vice- NEW MILLINERY SHOP Every article in the store WAS A BARGAINyet -
of one-fourth the price
discount
president; B. O'Bannon temporarily Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck has leased to I am selling at prices
brought
holding the position of secretary and the little store in the Fleming'blockon allowed on all job-printing
the office of The Gazette between
treasurer.. Next Monday evening Darlington avenue, No. 12, and
there; will be a big meeting of the association early in the coming month will open now and Perfect the closing work day guaranteed.of Septem-. 25% BELOW! OLD FIGURES 25% '

bet.
1 at Saint Cloud; on Tuesday,) the place with a full line (pf millinery
September 5, the'meeting will be held which is now enroute from the several Save! twenty-five percent. Phone No. and some goods with a

in Kissimmee; thereafter the meetings style headquarters. Mrs. Wood- \11..:. stilP deeper reduction '?

will alternate between the two beck will be remembered as long having I

,cities on Tuesday evening.J. :, been associated! with a like institution GROCERIESWhen Prices. Slashed Get Your Bargains- Now

TRY IT H. Whiten who was seriously injured ; in Kissimmee-"The Bonton" Lay in a stock for you'll never get '
&here an especially large clientelewas you trade with us yon
on Friday when he' was dragged gained; and she,, feels confidentin GET WHAT YOU WANT. such a chance again anywhereYou
from his Ford by the side-scraping of
her new enterprise she will_ have WHEN. .YOV'_WANT IT
: ? Independent &,Studebake'r.... and was at first...up- slmllaF"'i success." :An' announcementnext Our lln.. are complete, ,our service Know-The-Goods-Come-Take_ Themv, ;
APEOPLE'S
posed to be mortally'' injured, so far the beat, and we' are -.handling- our ._
week will give the date of her broods., on very clone. margins. }
recovered from his mishap as to be TRY US ONCE! "
- 'able to leave by train'on Monday for opening., and we teel car roe will give us Sc AND 10c STORE u' hw
future business. We deliver within :
his. home at Baxley; Georgia. IJewas Gold is tobe reduced from the city limits. '

Grn 'lfr.y enrouterto,that.point..with three. .smokeJeSyJng the..Unitedtates' assay 'Wn rh ThtaThcTCbfner...._ 'Per __a.aa I' f ? ,AJWiMILAR, Owner _

friends when the., accident* occurredat office in New: Yqrk City During the T Grocery }

a square turn' in the Dixie Highway process of redaction much, .gold dust T.' H: '0ALLOWAYCam. .

outside. the north city. limit,is lost,through the chimney. Sleek' 'K..rlrrNf ., __. .. ___ II,
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I *, Michelin Casings And Tubes Prices Effective il TAPPING THE !!!Q.UGHT TANK' 11''I'M' eo.I CItOoPIIIII auRl K! wt'ae GtTTlaa *

!ae veaDaG S 1.. AfeT Mena MILK '
LL6RaAT.. a.ae, COWS .
By THORN .
1922. ,
August .
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MARRIAGE A LA''MAID
CLINCHER TYPE"Rim I 1tl .
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Ring.Shaped On..be Rellllar Sbe' Fabric "Do you take this woman" the parson said "to care for her night '<<.'

5il" Tubes Cords,' Cords' TirN and day, *II'' .
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30x3 245. : $10.00 "Provide ,her, a runabout at the start and later a nice coupe?" r' aLI' -. "

30x3/z! 2.70 $15.50 $12.75 12.75 And the fellow said: "You bet I will, as long a. to me she sticks. PURINA ..si .

31x4 3.45' 15.50 "And later on I promise to, buy her a Supercilious Six!"

STRAIGHT SIDE TYPE MICHELIN
"Do you take this man for better or 'worse," to the woman the par. e
;A'' 30x3/z! 2.70' 15.00 REGULAR son said -

32" I 2.90 23.35 18.90 SIZE "To: cook for him his bread and 'meat-though often 'twjll be'.mere

31x4 3.45 26.45 CORDS bread?" j
"I'll take him for better" came the response, "if he's worse Jie'll go
-32' 3.70 29.15 22.50.g i V ea.Ir d_ on the run; Produce More Milk at Lower CostThat's

33' 3.85 30.05 23.35 "Though I'm Sure Shot Sal I'm a happy gal--and a queen with
m 0 r e mIleage 1 v the way to make a profit nowadays Horace M.Jones,
34 4.00 30.85 24.15 than the best of32x4irzz t a magazine gun! t extension dairy specialist of the South Dakota College of Agriculture -

; 4.75 37.70 26.45 at Brookings, says :
fabric tIres yet ,
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33 4.90 38.55' fabrIc Or Drink The Hooch 4 I One of the five commUai.mcrs "Tli. ultimate aim of dairy'farming U to prodac e \
sell a t from Profit conaUt ID ,
profit
a milking; caw ra-
34 5.10 39.50 When tl.ey: say the wicced! flee"do And tells"! the city manager -- docing lb. coat of production to UM vary lowest

} 33x5 5.70 46.95 prIces. they mean that some flea who has I To order the chief of policeTo pe.lbla point. This can.b* accomplished, not by reducing -

... ' ,- --- .. -- learned how is doing the ,jazz close "everything tight" the amount of feed given a cow, but by administering I
feeds in such proportions and in such <,
From midnight of ot
*. *. *. a SaturdayUntil
W. B. Makinson .Co. Using Lock tioxea __ midnight of Sunday: to quantity reach as her will maximum caa.'the production. cow- '- _

?w The Saint Petersburg Times says Whereat the city manager ."
that R. F. D."Key of Lakeland, is vi- Has emphatically told the mayor
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA I To slide his transmission Cows on pasture need some con-
siting that city-but failed to give the PU
cent..ate-becauae lacks the
number of the rural free delivery or Back into reverse: grass
I the box. That seems a bit Jueer. "There'll be nothing doin' a-tall," proper milk-making elements. Purina

I. _* Said! _._the_manager, just like that, Cow Chow supplies what grass.lacks.
,- J_ ATV. Thompson: Even Then I'm HungryAn "Until the entire commission'body. Cow Chow cuts-the cost' per gallon , _
of producing milk-gets more milk .spear
agricultural college says: "Keep "Gives the pistolshot'start"

Licensed funeral Director the refrigerator clean". Needn't tell Business men now howl and yell from fewer cows.

s,... ---f rhpe --.- me that. I do. I clean it out every That to close the garages Cow Chow will put the proof of

{, -011- A 51........ "...,..,,,., .,, 5..1. I. R..J.r.J night so there's nothing left in it buta And to shut up drugstores, more, summer milk profits right in
t' : Stewart Avellae All.!:::!r..ne little ice. Clean? I'll say it's And close the drink-stands the milk'paiL

a xiasimm.. High Grade Ambulance Service at Call clean when I,'m through. And the big electric plant .
.* And the ice plant
Oface: 249 PHONES R..ldence: 7er !
3 r Throwing Money Away And all the cigar stores FLORIDA FEED STORES
Some of the state papers are carrying And stop the Lake Worth ferry

pictures' of "Tailored Styles in Would work unnumbered hardships

Underwear." Scrumptious scenes they On the whole bunch of 'em. 4 ..

I are, too. But I say, old dear, what'sth' And yet they elected 306 BroadwayTELEPHONE

{! j use of'a tailor making a lot of |Lorenzo Garland Diggers

N r I I whatyoumaycallems. that nobody ever |IAs mayor of their "fair" city- US YOUR NEEDS
sees-except the wearer and th' wash- Also voted for that ordinance!

.. erlady? Mad they considered it a bit "
No.
Call Up 218
*I They wouldhave killed it-
..
Waiter Wa'm't'i.' ('
Or else they'd have beaten ( TWOONEEIGHToo. )
;
If Walter T. Candler had confinedthe
That candidate at the polls.
satisfying of his drinketiti- to oo'
v Riggers is a peculiar nut
cocola, the dope that papa made, the
And o stickler for law enforcement; i *''**'* **' "
chance that Sadie Byfield would! 'GHIIII "
are < <-
1 is one of the most askingfor I And ne thinks that nut sundaesAre
n't be a one hundred
nut Sunday's necessities. .
,thousand dollar salve to heal the I
popular cars in America today Personally I hope he'll make I
wounds she received from Walter and .
L and stands more firmly intrenchedthan Clyde in that stateroom scrap. Still, His intentions sticktite;
There's no use making laws ,.
that's of the hardships of being
one
in favor. Unless they're to be emphasize!
ever popular rich.
If it's right to sell cigars
..... HAt .* .* LAW\ And cold drinks apd gasoline MO.ther's BiscuitsThose
"MAINTAIN THE
r ft $5SO, the Overland During the hours of a SundayIt's

offer greater automobile West Palm Beach is tome wor>it dBeca just as right to handle good, old-time biscuits were made from the caw
value for the' money 'ipe of an aggravated case Shoes, clothes and groceries best grade of flour. They can easily be duplicated -
than any other' car.Aspringbane 'I now-a-days by ordinary cooks who
t Of Shuttem Titums Down there in West Palm Beach are careS -
ful to i.
Following the rules' Isid downIn On the same Sunday. specify

r its recently-adopted: charter Churches be held!
,
e may r
of 130 inches with big car-riding
h .. Evidently the people there. At four o'clock in the afternoon
,t# r comfort,:rt odern 3-speed forward and reverse Didn't carefully read the charter And close before lighting time, ,, : ;

.t ': i ',sliding'gear, transmission; a safe braking.system Before adopting'it ./, ,And picture shows needn't how; :1

4'f'a: square inch of braking surface,every, 15allsteel . Because it plainly states.?" ',,',. And if this law Is enforced :

!I-"pounda1oft.wei&ht, touring pody;withbakedon.'luatrous / "Whoever follows any,'pursuit, Such will-have to be the411&1"4'7" ; ', ';,,,. /,\
'" finish and -many other- "Business of trade on 'Sunday. _,.":", Or the case-as it may be. ';':':>,iiKI .\ .:i' Y ,fA. .,
' '.. "Either by manual labor,' '".- :' 'say: "Bully f'r Bigger*!" \ .
exclusive Overland features.
i . ,to'.f'" "Or by animal power, Even though he is a nut
.x" "Or by mechanical means He isn't -110'much on religion I
.. (' Sold at a thousand grocery stores. t
"Shall be deemed guilty That anyone ever noticed it
A day'.rc "Of violating this ordinance But he says\ he took oath

"Providing that .the.printing To have the law enforced'N' -- mist MiDi., Co., R. C Woedbery Company,

"And sales'of newspapers he's going to do 'it Seynonr, lad. Distributors, Orlando I'

"Shall be excepted." Or bust a trouper, by heck! ..000'0'0'00'00'0"0"0'0'0'00000'000000000000000S8.CITY .
And that's all of that. Yassum.I - - - I
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; Now comes th" mayor- thank you.
t at 5501 .. _ _ uuu_ CLERK RETURNED REGISTRATION IS SLOW "

,,.\ i Vast Tonnage Of Coal" crisis confronting every industrial in "I sure would have been in a pretty W. C. Bass, supervisor of registration .
the country, the seriousness of such mess if I'd had my old Ford which I | has removed his office to the. !

,i+: Used In Making CementFew a situation can be better realized. If had to wind up every time the engine City Market 117 Broadway-deciding-

obtainable at all, cement companies stopped," said City Clerk James R that it was useless to maintain an of- !
f' LUPFER & PRATHER industries are so at the mercyof must not only pay several dollars Gilbert upon his return from Jackson- fice at the courthouse at this time.
'J fuel supply as Is the cement Industry ville Mr. and Mrs.
;" KISSIMMEE FLORIDA more per ton for the coal itself, but Sunday evening. Registrations come in slowly some
{ Coals the fuel most used.A must get their supply of coal from Gilbert had been viewing the Atlantic weeks there being but two or three--

!)J'; hot flame, producing a more distant fields with' sometimes from Pablo beach, traversing'all! the but a special effort is being made to

i heat of from 2,500 to 3,000 degree. more than $1 per ton increase in highways and byways of Duval county "round up" the new voters who have

L Fahrenheit is required to burn the freight. and otherwise enjoying themselvesfor reached voting age since the last elec-

raw materials into glass hard .clink- The cement industry is the fourth ten days. "I never was exactly tion. Walter Bass, who sometimes

I.'L't; ers. The gigantic rotary kilns in largest consumer of coal and the lar- arrested," Mr. Gilbert continued,"but acts as deputy figures that becauseof

: GOING TefeverNew which the burning is done have an gest user of pulverized coal l in the several jpolicetfnen and traffic menlooked his familiarity with the young

unending appetite for coal-and still United States. 7,400,000 tons of bituminous at me pretty sharply-just as people he can add many to the list of

I TO Lefever Nitro- more coal.Coal coal were required by the if they'd like to arrest me for ,block- registrations.
or some equivalent fuel mast sing traffic; and then I'd step on Elizabeth -
cement industry in 1921 to produce
$29.00
: BUILD Special only
I4'! O. K.'ed and purchased In be used to produce the large amount that year's output. In addition and she'd shy 'round the corner EPWORTH LEAGUE SOCIALS sit
quantities by the U. 6.Navy. of required to grind the raw of the
? power just barely grazing some more
fuel other than coal
Wall finished, plants using consumed At the Bungalow there is scheduledfor
l t considering the price. materials before they are burned and more that 2,300,000 barrels of x>lice. But, oh, boy, it was a great this
.', .,, ... ASPref y' 'i I T,, Built to shoot right again to grind the hard burned clinkers cubic life-even if I am glad to get backto evening another social by the
I'' hl and stand as much crude! oil and over 3,000,000,000 league, at which a of t.
fi I ilrp 'uae as the most to finished cement. Kissimmee." program games
KINDS :"" feet of natural for and ce- j
,, f expensive sun.l gas power and music will be given and refreshments -
: Of* ," Moat durable Coal is needed to make the heat and
ment
1 l I 4::, ,' I, 'lock ever put that dries and grinds the coal burning. ENJOYED SUNDAY DINNER will be served. A like event
I" HJJHBER- ',,1,' I I In a dun power Cement manufacturing is one of \ last Friday evening drew considerable
r > a -
first lock fuel kilns. It must
in the
1 used for
industries of Mr. of Winter
Mrs.
anil Cockrane
fired ever the great, and growing audience-and sherbet and cakp
\'FI"t'" kI 77.0OOtimes, be ground to a powder so fine that at the country-employing a large quan- 'Park, Mr. and Mrs. Hummer, of Dun- were served for refreshments.

Cypress Pine and Cedar. + I least 95 percent will pass through a tity of labor in its manufacture and dee, Miss Martha Belle Harris, of Kis

1 I sieve having 10,000 holes to the use-influencing by its purchases of simmee, James A. Treat and mother, Wireless signals are most easily

"'..f'v square inch. This fine grinding is coal, machinery and other materials, of Winter Park, and Mr. and Mrs. H. perceptible and loudest at that pointon

;"" We make Window and Door proof Evvry tested aun I necessary because of the way the coalis the employment of thousands of Am- A. Marks were dinner guests on Sun- the earth farthest from the station

{ with an ..x.treme fed to the kilns. Mixed with a erican workmen in all branches of In- day at the Attractive home of Mr*, sending the message. '
Frames. load.standardized. A proportion of air it ignites in-
proper dustry. .and Mrs. Herbert Lyman on Webb
__ built only atantly and is perfectly consumed. In i
I i gun t avenue.-Winter Haven Chief.
In CO-ga.! zt In., Stand .
Couldn't
that the intense heat required is Gird
All kinds of FinS 1<-ga. 23 ,In;; and way CHINSCRAPERS MUST: NOT .'
Interior
12ga. 2a and 30 ,In. with produced. THEVRE STILL BOOSTING
141n. stock and about. 2>- Im . ENDEAVOR TO ECONOMIZEE.
it\ ish. All kinds of Screens drop. A l.fvr won*the In practically every stage of cement THEIR KISSIMMEE HOME Clothes 1o touch Her **

Olympia world' championship games In Condn at th..t-...\ manufacture, coal or other fuel fig Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. I 1'' r\l \
:"s > Let us figure; your fever has stood,for servle to, and ures as power or heat. E. Cellon, a Jacksonville barber, Fales, of Kissimmee Florida, were in "My father got me 1 a bottle o
ror ever
? Entire House Bill durability.WRITE- FOR CATALOGUE yrs. The various processes through has been" assessed jf2ffor using one town in a touring car which was almost Mayr's Wonderful Remedy for atom
I! UFever Irma Co., lOll,Hhiei. I.T. "prnloh the raw materials pass before towel on three customers. Accord a house on wheels. A light ach trouble? and I am feeling BO much

-------_. ij> cpming portland: cement require an ing to testimony in the; case when it weatherproof covering of wood was better.o since painful taking I :couldn't it. My stand stomachwas

ROBT. RIEDEL CO.. average of 200-pounds) of' COAL orlquivalent Its was tiled-bcfore-Judge-Beckham, Ol- erected.on....a FonLchassis.thgJnterior to_ ouch me._" .It is_k_simple my'Clothes '
x' InnA for each barrel ((376 Ion used the towel .on one customer being of sufficient size for two pear harmless preparation that
.Oange'Spot pounds) of the finished'cement. This and a second customer's face was pie to live in comfortably.. Mr, and the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal

: iNqyelty Works MODERN HOTEL means that-every time the price of swabbed with it. He.used it again on Mrs.! Fales left Florida several'weeks tract causes and allays practically the inflammationwhich all stomach ''

:" I kvfcMr ntAl' Boom'With Bath pcoal. 'advances: f 1 per ton, ,it costs ttnaverage a third wean, who.happeened to be a ago and. are now starting on\ their liver and intestinal ailments, includ,,

Ax.( ..... fsBsTSS Cslds. CsMtbtyasd NEAR OCEAN SUMMER RATES. 'I "of ten cents' per. barrel mono policeman in plain elathas, It i* return trip through, New' ,York. New big appendicitis. One dos. will eon. +
". declared that .the barber-if not fined Hampshire Vermont 'and to vince or money refunded. J Z. Rob-
; _....ea HtadAckss. A MELBOURNE FLORIDA make cement. ; so on .
I' _>1'N\ .-._.;; r---' -tJl-- .'i i - .' ,, .\\ ,In time,* like 'present with K co & wfll mml7'eacape by a close: shave. their borne.-Sun, Lewiston, Maine. arson, and druggists evefywbere.I '
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. ..ottOOGOOOO'tOt.ooo.. . Election;: District In the county. will,,; the a...- *mer 'or"beginner 'and' of

.JIliPON yt L open Monday September 4. 1M2 and great value to those already familiar.
S 1.7. TearkwrConscientious ,t LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS J'I'will close Saturday. October 14. l 2t.AH with Florida Truck Orowlnar.. If you

I and Studious care persons who are tl years of art are not already receiving ..our catalogue .
i and over, and who are cltlsens of the writs for
_n Teaching Violin. Will teach I today copy. Kllgora
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United States, and whO nave bean r..
at Horn. of Pupils. For-appoln. RKPOR-f. OF' SCHOOL FUND' OSCKOLA COUNTY. _dents Seed Company. Plant City; Florida.
of the State of Florida for the ..
ment phone. 110, Saint. CleudHtf I e PURIOU I NDINIo JUNH' ... lolL past twelve month., and of the County .. .to

. .. .... ... ....+.. '. 01 The following report of the receipts and disbursements of the School of entitled Osceola to for register.the pact six month. are NOTICR3-::Ajiyone suffering from tuberculosis

j Funds of O8CKOLA COUNTY for the period ending June '0. 1$22. with the W. C. UA83. ,do well. Indigestion, or malariawill
to writs me. W..F. Pope,
balances and amount of warrant. outstanding, ; and a statement of the Assets: Supervisor of Registration.
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and Liabilities. and the value of 8cho..prop.rt". of the said Osceola Countyas IS-IU Osoeola County FI rlda. Homeland. Florida 2461KTKLBCJRAPHT
F- B. DICKERSON reported on the 10th day of ..JUD.l 122. by tha County Board of Public In. -- -- ---
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ruction and the Superintendent of Public Instruction la hereby publiahedunder NOTICE FOR FINAL DISCMARGB Business Touch,: Typewriting
'- the provisions of, Chapter 6818. Acts of 191S Laws o< Florida. FOR SALE penman.hlf' Railway Station
I I CONTRACTOR AND, BUILDER ERNEST. AMOS now. Prepare
In The Court of Judge, State ot for position wlth.HallroaoT or Isle,
.. County
.....--.. Comptroller.G0T4ERAL FOR SALR-Ona 'oil stove lone -cook- graph Company. We
p. Florida. In the Estate of .I no. MLee. secure positions
BrLckIay1flLathiflg, Plastering, Ueceaaed.v Osceolu..Count* I I ,tovs. five chairs.- kitchen cabinet for our Graduates Writs THE
OCIIOOIFUND1)epoitoriy' ,washstand.
bedstead and sprlna-s. dresser -
I Painting Notice Is hereby Driven to all whom It ,RAILWAY COMMERCIAL 'TRLEOKAPH. : .

'V tNo. 121 Brack Street Kigglmmee Balance January 1. 1.2 __......_._--_?,_._,,.--......$ .11Outstanding September.may concern. ., that U. on he I 11th shall day of Prsvatt. ,bUKS-y..Limit street harness.; phone Mrs.1IT Barah two IJ SCHOOL Ha..tow..Flo..lda. ...

Warrants January t, 1922.. --------.-._' ,.-.......--.... S44t7f the Honorable' 't Comer Judge applyto : rIng IT-lto 27-41X:
of said CourL .. of Probate for I FOR SALE Good one-horse wagon. '
.. \ Net Balance January. J, ISIS -- ,...._............M ------...,.........'...01 my final discharge Judge a. Executrix of the Call at Meier's blacksmith shop, No. "WOODl! WOOD! WOOD!
.. ,0. F. KRIBB3 W. J. STEED Hreelpta far Ills Maatksl estate of Jno. M. Lee, decensod and 8 Main street KI..lmmee.Ita. -
FROM-Tax Collector Taxes and Polls.._,__-_$3I.O! .S8 that at the aame tlcne,, I will presentmy I Place orders for '
KR1BBS & STEED Comptroller Redemptions. _..,__..-_____-____J 1__ lit.80 final account as Executrix of said I FOR 8A..lO-Or will exchange for Improved :your veneer blocks
Comptroller. Railroad Tax -______-_- 2171.53 estate and ask for their approvaL Florida real estate, a splendid and split blocks at one for the summer
Attaraeya" .a' ''..._I.re at LawKlaslssssce. Comptroller. Telegraph Tax __.___----,-_ lid Dated July 6. A. I>. 1922. I movlnn-plctura theatre located In
.. Klerlaa Comptroller Telephone Tax --.-___--.- 4 72 DORA S LKK, one of the best medlum-slsod. townsIn months. Blocks delivered.
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"' Comptroller I Mill Tax ._.*_. 1,617.70 0-8t Executrix. Northern Ohio near Lake Krle. $2.95 for 20 blocks; split for stove
Oeaersl practice I. all .<.<. ..< Comptroller Interest on Hchool Fund._ .76..11' :. ; For farther-particulars call at office ,

Halted Slates Cearta.FatJohnston County Judge Hunting Licenses ._._--_ 11.75 NOTItH OK. APPLICATION KOIl TAX I of The Oautta, Klsslmmee. It-Itx wood guaranteed full strand, 315.

Superintendent. Hale _..-_"'-_,____-_-__ 26.OO DEED I Parties with small stoves can be
Bank Rebate Interest On Note_ 24.26 FOR SftLE'Complete set of Mark supplied
Q. P. GARRET parlous.: Borrowed Money -,-- 1.000.00 U.U8.U Notice I. Hereby Given That J.: L. Twain and of 'Qene Field Nice sets with any length from 12 inchesto
Aldrich. purchaser Certificate: No. In lIne condition except: that In one
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTOBNEYSATYAW Making Balance ...-.I ....tll.96I 77. dated the 2d day of June. A. 1.). 1t19. or two Instances roaches hare, lunched 16 inches. No change in price until
>l>bvm.MBtB for 8K M.B4BHIExpended has filed said certificate In m)' office on a cover. I'll make a wonderfully Friday; September 15. Get in your
for Hchool: and has made application for tax deedto low price on either or both ..t.. ; '

Offices 10 11 and 12 Osceola Band Salaries of Teachers ______________________nU..490.41New Issue In accordance with law. Said See Thorndyke, at Uasette officII.SCott winter's supply while prices are low.
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.:- BulldlnKs _._. 116.110 certificate embraces the following described All delivered. Phone 91; 516 Brack
Buildlnfc.: : Repairs to Buildings. _._,- 10.85 property, situated In Osceola .
Furniture _-_._. ,1_ 182.7T County. "Florida to-wit: I FOR KALI Scvon hundred head of street!: J. Bonnin. 35-tf
KISSIMMEE. FLORIINEID'S ? ...,.. -.-__..-Rent _._- 140.00 l..ot.'Y'. X. Y and Z of J J. Keen's I I good l stock cattle If Interested I
Janitors '-,-- 850 OO Subdivision of Parr of Kecllon 10. write H. H Henderson. Tostofnca i HALVES CITY PLANT ,
Purl -- ...-.- :0(1( Township K South Range 29 East Box 677. Ocala, Florida. JG-ltx .
Transportation of l'uuils__...-.- 4.60300 The said land bring assessed at the I'I'I I TO KEEP MANY BUSY
BATHSBest Incidentals" for School* --oo_-- 198.41 -- date ef Issuance nf- said certiIieat.4nthe FOR SALE-Or exchange fur small\ re-
Expenses of Administration.: : name of J. W. Simpson. frlcterator. a lance" I Ice 'box. suitablefor There Is being' erected in Ilstlnes
Unless said certificate shall l h.. cold drink W H. Harris. II
Halary-of-Superintendent _.._-_---$ 1.0'0.011 redeemed stand.
For Many Diseases Traveling Expenses of Superintendent.._.._. 15.00 according to law. tax deed will Uaiette office. I II City machinery for the canning of '
Per Diem and Mileage of Members> of Bsat-d.___ 109.40 Issue thereon on the 18th day of September I'I what is termed the "heart of the1
Incidentals for Board and Superintendent312.50 A. I.). 1922. FOR HAL.K- 'I
Good bathe with water dfrect'medicinal from Printing Financial Statement 22.00 J. I* OVERSTREET new with plow grapefruit" for a Arm in Indianapolis
Printing . 22.8O Clerk Circuit Court.Osceola cultivators Cheap for cash AllisonT. \ 1
-well. Open Tuesdays, .
Interest 806.67 Count). FloridaCircuit . French Postofflca Uulldlng6tf ahd the capacity will be thirty thou.
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Thursdays Saturdays, from 9:30 a. Canning Club-- 63191 ( Court Seal) 86CtftOTH sand cans a day-always provided the
S m. to 5:00: p. m. A short drive from Compulsory Attendance ..-._._,_ 61C.8K FOR RENT-Furnlahed cottage" threerooms
Kissimmee Phone208r Payment_ Loans, ____ --.---.OO 62,165,13Leaving 'K OK APPLICATION FOR TAX and bath ; also- four rooms; upstairs grapefruit can be secured. .
-- J > PREP_ apartment and bath.Apply. <".
: lIer.ld Th.
Jala'ce-; _' __:I-=_ _=_-n.n -12,01782L Mrs -A,;'-T.Morrtsoncorner Lake-and 1)ayaihLHaines.Cfty
Orders for the water may be left >r.-Warrant No. 1482 Cancelled and Duplicate nU Issued. t 75.00 Notice Is Hereby Given That J. I.. 'Aderhold 14-4 to I,outstanding benefit which Haines City
Aldrich. of Tax CertificateNo
purchaser
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at residence, 614 Patrick' street. .' $2.09283 1746 dated the 3d day of June A. FOR 8AL.K Modern five-room bungalow I will derive fri this concern is the
Net Balance June 30, 1922
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Warrants outstanding June SO 11122--------------------\ $ 898.96Depositor D. 1918 has filed said certificate In my screen porches on lot about fact that it will employ between 250
office and has made application for I 66x90 Twelve orange trees In fu.lll' '
CHAS. NOD!) Owner Balance June 80. 1922. "$2. 91.78ASSKTX tax deed to Issue In accordance with bearlnx. Apply to Mrs A. T. Morri [and 300 hands, the majority of these .
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law. Raid certificate embrace the followIng son, corner Lake Trmt Aderhold----- --
.ince-moat"OC---- ..
and
beingwomen" girls,
described property, situated InOsceola i I4-4tc
!' AM ASSETS> LIABILITIES County, Florida. towltLot : the work of preparing tile fruit for
7 and 10 In Block 5 of RObin-I FOR SALE-Wooden! wa.1lnllm..-
Telephon.-Ofll..e. No. (3.; Residence. cans must be done by, hand in order
son's Addition to Klsslmmee CityThe chine; nearly new. Apply 101 Main ,.
II!. ( eral geaewl Feed
No. Balance fnsh In Depositories $2.991.7 said land being assessed at the street. 0-tf that none of the bitter rind be taken.
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date of In
Issuance of said certificate
Hours: 8:801013:00: : ; 100 to 100: Uncollected Taxes, Including current year. ---_ 3.351-94! the name of John Howard.Unless FOR SALE. For Kent. Furnished into the pure heart. and contaminatetheir
11I..1.1. Tax. ftrheol li.trktRalnnee said certificate shall be redeemed Rooms and No Trespass Cards. 10 "
DR. B. L. WILKERSON Cimh In Depositories account* Current Expense according to law tax deed will cents each at The Oaiatta ota..,. flavor.
.. $2. 97.SIUncolle "4,
l Taxe. -- "-tr
? Issue thereon on the 18th day of September I
IJKMTIST < ti-<1 Taxes (fSp"claI.Tax. assessed for currentexpennes 74873 A. L>, 1921J ::. .. .. . . . .. ....... . .
) Including current year-----?-- L. OVERSTREET. FOR SALE-Fine residence propert +
Office Over The Rexall Store Total _---.-- .- _--- _--..--$9.793.71 Clerk Circuit Court Apply at the office of The Vallev '
I. BONNIE BELLE BEAUTY SHOJP ,i
Klsslmmee. 1-tf
Osceola County. Florida Qasettc. .
LIABILITIES (Circuit Court Heal) 36-Ct t Gladys M. Foster. ProprietorPerfect
(...,ral Hra**! Feed FOR BALE!-One Bets Electric Wall,

'arrant OutstandJniir for current expenees--------------------------$ 898.96 1m ('1.....,. .(;e.r.. State .f flerlae Plate. Practically DeW. At.a r a.-, Satisfaction Guaranteed ,.
_ UI1.onll.." ... ..... .0IltCbl. price. Apply 'Valley Gasette. HAIR WORK A SPECtJWSTT':
Time \\ "rrant. ---h - -- ---- Nr< <...tb Jvdlelal t:1. OBC* ISI .1-.1i .
JESSIE D. KLEINMAN Other Liabilities of every kind- .--_-,- 3631Sprrlal Ceaatr. !. t kasteery.Oeo T-tf. |I
Tax DI.erl..tfll..clal I 220. North Beaumont Avenue
Tax District Warrants ()ut.tandtng--------------------------I 1".61Oth..r H. Steele Complainant.. HERE ARE BARGAINS Klsslmmee ;
Copying Stenographic Work Inabilities of every kind not otherwise enumerated and for Eliza C. Steele. Defendant. -
Mhlch no warrant or other Idences of Indebtedness has been Issued 2720 It appearing by affidavit appended to ,TWENTY-flve acres rich productive .O..O..O.OO. .. . . . . . .
the bill filed In the above- tat..d land two mile. from city limits: .
Phone 253. State Bank Building cause -------- ---- ---
Total __-.-,._' .----.--'13,11'.91 that Ellma C. Steele, the defendant ready for the plow; has big flowing "C"
VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY. therein named. Is a non-resident of the well; very cheap and easy term.
C emeralHchool State of Florida, and she Is residentof EXTRA fine strawberry land. Comelet
Houses and Lots--.-_----_-.-$80,20600 San Hanardo California; that she Is us show you. 70r /our Summert. -- it
8000.00 NICE cottage five rooms: on brick
School Fuinlture - over the age of twenty-one years; It ; '
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1.150.00.Other several, bearing: citrus trees: 12000. 'J1zcaon. ,
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Hchool Apparatus ---- ----- Is therefore ordered that the said nonresident -
School Property -_- 1,67000 defendant *e and she Is hereby TWO cottages paytna8 percent on -' lIJ";
apertal Tax Dlstrlrt required to appear to the bill of more than I2SOO Only 11700. On ,
CITYMEATJPKET School Houses and Lots-. _-$ 3.28000 complaint filed In said cause on or before easy payment plan. why pay refitwhen .
Hchool Furniture -.-.- 1.175.00 Mondsy. the 2d day of October. A. such bargains can be h.dT '
(School' Apparatus __.---.- 1.100.00 D. 1922. otherwise the allocations of FOUR and one-half acres, seven blocks JiJflSh918. ; -
Other School Propert. >. -_ 750.00 said bill will be taken as confessed by from courthouse; splendid (-room !
said defendant house, two large porches besides
_. $ .00HIWAPITllATIOKi sleeping porch; large bathroom; electric
Total --- It I. further ordered that this orderbe >'
week for four lights. East front: floe shade s: I 4
published once a ; , .
OF REpORT OK SrBflAl. TAX DISTRICT FW! U", consecutive weeks In The Klsslmmee pretty yard and flowing well; good "'"' \ :

Fresh Metxt andVegetables OStBOLiA COC'NTl. ..LOR.D..oIVNE 9*. 199.K Valley said Gazette County a and newspaper State. publishedIn "barn 600. and Terms a REAL BARGAIN at I,, &rezcDIo ,; ..i'!:1

EXTRA bargain In fine stock farm; _
1922
This 22d day of August
I I J. L. OVERSTREET. most favorable terms
r I, .! c e a; Clerk Circuit Court. NELSON HKAiyrv COMPANY ( INDUCEDrailroad : )

.. 90 (Circuit Court Seal) FOR TRADEFOR !
"I ad.. .c 'S PARKER PARKER \'
I 'SOf '- 4 .! I. ;: Solicitors for Complainant 7t ana hotel l1TES2 l/
Phone 44 6 .. i.O _
4 e .j TRADE.-Complete! set of Mark
Z_ p1-f 8.01 0.0 QZ. i-O' .. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Twain sod of 'Gene Field. Nice sets \
1 $65481 $2059.23 I $101600 $969.59 $t9$61 $ tLI* S 494.5 4n fine condition except that In on* ,
2 39331 -:>' 101.11 1 120.00 176.8 $98.73 At Cesrt ef the Ca>..
.Y ...". I 263.1 I {3S.OO 1181.111 I 860.00 219.14 "' 1144.75 Cesiatr, State .f Fler4aa. ..d on a cover. Ill make a wonderfully ' ,.H. .... I.. ,", ,
DR. R. J., DENNING 4 232.91 nll.6I I 1716.00 07.42 '126.00 497.01 low price on either or both sets. .0\-_.--- ''...
1 44.63 81.16 I 88.07 39.71 IN RE ESTATE OF will swap for gasoline and. oil and t4
DENTIST e' 1 39.10 .'o1f.. e4." 1 128.82 ". 7.23 Lewis M. Whldden deceased.To . deliver the book. when the tank Isfilled Best Bathing Beaches
'-- I (4.43 269.n 8100 126.41 _ _ 198.93 all Creditors, Legatees, DistrIbuted the first time Bee Thorndykr,
4 Over the Postof '-_ and all Persons having Clalme' or at Uaiette office, <(-tf .
.
I 76 $15662 $14462 $2691.21NOTICE Florida.I
OFFICE) HOURS: t to 12:20.-1: : 0 te .. -: $16- '-46i. '8600 $7647.60 $378500 $2613'. Demands agalnst: ,sald Estate: \ /,&
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You, and each of you. are hereby notified FOR
RENT
Residence Phone 174V ) OK MASTKH'S SALK. NOTICE! OF MASTRH'S SALR. and required to present any CHAMBEIHCOMMERClrtnf : -
Office Phone 158 claims and demands which you or
In ClreVilt Court for the 17th Judicial either of have against the FOR RENT-Twenty-four acrefarm
In Circuit Co'urt for the 17th Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida In estate of Lewis you. may Whldden.. deceased two miles south of Saint Cloud : J" foratur M:4WICaMSI'
of Florida. In for County. In Chancery three fourths mile off hard road;
Circuit of the State aiid Osceola late of Klssimmee Osceola county
I .. .oo.o..oo..o .O..o.... Chlt'ncery M. O.Varlnll', Complainant versus Florida to the undersigned executrix some Implements Apply William L>. '. -
and for Oaceola CountIn: : Heel 311 Malt street Klsslmmee a :- ..
Nancy 1. Whaley. as Administratrix of of said estate, within two years from .
M. TILLER Lewis Horst Complainant versus J. M. the Estate of Alexander Edward Wha- the date hereof. $54f'JFOR t tSEflJD

Wlnstanlv)', a widower. RespondentForeclosure ley. deceased. Respondent. Foreclosure Dated August 2Sd A. U 1922 flat: ; CoRN' 'COWPBIAII! EILL.".. '
RENT-Nicely furnished
Notice of of Chattel Mortgage : Notice otlIIallt..r' MARGARET T WHIDDEN.B I .
of mortgage: conveniences. GRASS tKKIt. $0R6iI4VM.Forim.mediate
Low
Mo/lern rent for
Real Estate Agency. I Master's Sale: Notice Is hereby given Hale Notice Is hereby given P W HIDDEN.379t summer. W. U. Harris. 14-tf shipment.. All'",,-.aeasanabla
that under and by virtue of a final 1 decree that under and by virtue of a final as Assistant Field and Vegetable Seed., Writ for 'I a,
an.nannsnasaaa.an.n.a.n I entered In the above st) led cause decree entered June 28th. A. n 122 Price List and Catalogue.- Our beautiful .
.. on the 24th day of June, A. D 1922. 1. that I, the undersigned Special Master, WANTED. and Instructive catalogue la frea
Realty Bought and lold.j .. Special Master appointed In thi.cause. will I on the ftsst Monday In September APPEAL TO PARENTSGive and gives valuable Information ',onfarming
will. on the first Monday In September same being tFre 4th day of September.A. \\ANTKI J Agent to sell Income Insurance. and gardening for Florida and,
House rented. same being the 4th day of September I). lit II. at ,the front door of the and business Old strong Company. K the South. Write to us today for
\ Taxes paid and Titles verified A. D. 1922. offer for sale and court house In Klsslmmee, Osceola your boys girls a lit Morrey Apopka. Florida S6-2tx' special prices" on your seed require.inents. : *
sell at public outcry for cash In hand. County, Florida during the' legal training; now, and they will bless you Our complete stock will an*
for non-residents. front door hours of sale offer for sale and sell at WANTED--On -hors.. wagon standard able us to supply you to a4vb.ntagsiS I
to of the the highest House rlnak\\ . Os public outcry for ,cash In hand to the in the future when they are fighting} width Htate price. Postofnce Box price and Quality. t
Court
Fire Life and Accident Insurance ceola County. Florida during the legal highest bidder the following described the battle of life. A business train 424. Klsslmmee. 36-tf I -

hours property ot sale Vis: the The following East-half described of all of personal All that property stock of cattle now .ranging ing is the greatest asset parents can MISCELLANEOUS- [L A. MARTIN SOD CO.

Indemnity Bonds. In Osceola and adjoining counties, .
that part of the Northwest quarterNW give their children. Business life opens .
marked swallow-fork In one ear, SECOND HAND GOODS. bought sold I
of the Southeast quarter .
... . .... . .... ( %) over-slope In the other. branded Ace to ambitious Oldest ..>4 Largest 84 ISsues laFlorida.
.... ... .. (SE% ). and the Southwest quarter up every young person and repaired. The Casino.44tf 'I'I
(SW", ) of Ue Northeast quarter of Clubs i It offers ,
(NEK of Section Thirty-two (Si), Purchaser to pay for bill of sale wonderful opportunities. NEW' CATALOGUE-Fall edition, Contains -- East Bay .... JarkMart.,...ria.
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Township TwVnty-flve (25) South, Dated at Klsslmmee Florida, this 1st you congenial employment amidst a fund of fine Information for :

: AGNEW Range Twenty-nine ((29) East, lying day of August. A. U 122. pleasant surroundings and unlimited
P. A. VANS South of Shingle Creek. containing J. B CADEL.

l twenty-five (26) acres more or less, As Special Master In Chancery opportunities to win for yourself the : '
ATTORNEY.AT.LAW I situate, In Osceola County Florida KRIBBS & STEED.
and whole-hearted commendation : :J
OFFICES Same being sold In payment of partof Solicitors (or Complainant. S4-4T respect -

Florida the Indebtedness as mentioned In of the community in which you
Winter BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Park
the final decree. And on the siAne day. NOTICE OF EXECUTOR FOR FINAL
live and work. We receive stu-
I at the same place and at the same timeI llCIIAHGIO new

as sujh Special Master, ofTer dents time. If are ready to
or" sale and sell at public outcry for la tae ('..rt at Cesntr ....... State any you CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS .
cash In hand to the highest bidder the .f FIends Oaeeala C.mmtr. enter_school do it now. Now is the

.t_ DR. J. J. HARVEY I I I following All of Lot described Three (3)property., and all visI of: Lot In the Estate of right time-here is the opportunity. ,WOOD BRICK, STONE, . I'

I I CHIROPODIST OF TAMPA ,' Four (4) North of the rlthtofay of I David F Ravens, deceased Kissimmee Business College, Kissimmee -

Will be at The Graystone Hotel the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. except NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN to all Florida. 35-tf 4 STEEL, STUCCO ,
at Northeast cor- whom It that the 18th
on
Beginning tile may concern
2 the 7th and 8th of each month. I ner of Lot Four (4)). run West '.18', day of October A. D. 1921. I shall ap- N. F. BASS JACK BASS

II chains South 7.64 chains Northeasterly .ply to t he Honorable T. L. Comer 322 Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue ,
I along Coast Line 389U" chains: North 621 for my final discharge as Executor J
chains to point of beginning: Also except. I of the. estate of David F. Ravens :--- -
KISSIMMEE PLUMBINGSHOP : Beginning twenty (20) feet Eastof deceased and that at the same time I From Saturday, July 29, 1922, until - '
the Southwest corner of Lot 'Four ,will present my final accounts as Executor all 11. 1IAROLU HUME.President M P. HIMMONH. D. A. MORRISON, ,
(4) In Section Thirty-six' (38) Township : of said estate and ask for their Tuesday, September 6, 1922, dogs Vice President Sec. Treas. ',II''.
Twenty-five' (III). South of Range approval. running at large within the limits of
Twenty-eight (28) East and run North Dated August 14. A. D, 1B22 Best Fertilizer Insecticides Sprayer Poultry SuppEes I'f
I the City of Kissimmee, Florida, must
18.96 chains East 3.16 chains. Mouth OTTO R. BLEECH. '
Nothing Too Big 9..8 chains East 475 chains South 2-9t Executor. be properly muzzled. Dogs found at : Honest Goods Fair Price. Prompt flhlpneat"Ask
609 chains West 476 chains South Your Nehthbor-Oe Know.
Nothing Too Small 4.29 chains West 3.IS chains; All. except :- GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF APPLIVA- large without muzzles, as prescribedby Jet N&W.JULY! lit. Price List. JUST ISSUED rEo .t
I : Beginning at the Southwest corner THIN FOR UISCHAHGK > ordinance will be impounded and .
I of said Lot 'Four (4) and run I O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville, Florida
thence East 228% feet to the rlght-of- In Cobrt of the County Judge. Osceola will not be released except upon the *'
All Work Guarantee4 the Atlantic Coast Line Rail County State of Florida In Re Estate dollar
: together
the of
'rd.o thence along said rightofwayIn of Miriam T. Munger. Minor. payment of sum one -

To Be Satisfactory a Northeasterly direction 126 feet Notice la hereby given to all whom It with fee of 25c foe each day's
to the starting'point of the lands to may concern that I. .. Guardian of "" '"
t' be nerefrom excepted. thence Northeasterly I Miriam T, Munger. will on the i confinement. Refusal to pay these

along said right-of-way 106 Bth day of Mlnorb. 1>22. eight :fees justify the killing of the animal.C. .
15 Broadway : Telephone 143 I feat thence North 106 fast thence II weeks from the date hereof apply to
Southwesterly parallel to said right- the Honor.bT.. L. Comer. County H. Driggers INSURANCETHAT ..
,of-way IOC feet thence South 106 feet Judge of said county. for my final discharge Chief vof Police. .
to the point At said starting place. AH as such Guardian: and shall
In Section Thirty-sin (II) Township also present my final account. for approval Kissimmee, Florida, July 27, 1922. PROTECTSSERVICE.
Carts Malaria. CVifls. Twanty-flva (I$) South of Rang SS-'St
616 Twenty-eight (211 Bast. Containing Dated July 10, A. D. 1'22. i
6 Foyer BiB... Ftrer. Eighty-three (IS) acres, more or Less MARK MUNOER. '
Situate In Osoeola County. Florida. 21-8t Guardian.
Cow. aad. LaGrippe. Same being sold In'pay ment of part ;;S:' .

1. ;;. of the Indebtedness-aa-.mentioned. In. . ..REG1TRAT1ON4YflCE.! .._ - A , ,w
f the final decree relaUv. to that piece ((56 : THAT SATISFIES -
Each of the above described tracts Notice la hereby ..IY. that the Reg 1 f
U you haie room. to rent, a small will be sold separately. Purchaser to istration Books for .Osceola county,
pay for deeds. Dated this let day of Florida, will be open at the office of the .
'sdrsrtisemeBt in our classified columns I Aurust. A. D. 123. Supervisor of Registration of'Osceols *' aiiil'Fft.
Caret Ckfll I LUPFEiRS'
Malaria k
will fill them. 4W-tf. I 'J. 8. CADEt. county. .lorld-.KondaT. August 1. A. L .1 INSURANCE AGENCY .4 '" -

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{ You Are Cordially Invited To Visit Orlando On Dollar Day, Wednesday, August 30. ..-


a You will find Bargains in. every class of Merchandise, amusements and the necessities of life. Ask your friend who visited Orlando last Dollar Day.
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1 Dollar. Day is held under the auspices of the Orlando Chamber of Commerce. Below are the merchants who are offering Dollar Day Bargains :
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r ,1 YOWELL-DREW CO ORANGE CAFE T. H. EVANS } DRENCH SHOP MYRICK-DANIELS CO. EMERICK'S CAFETERIA
5, DICKSON-IVES CO. STOKES MILLINERY :' 'Jeweler't HOEFFLER'S CAFETERIA McELROY'S PHARMACY ,
ALLEN & CO., Jewelers PERSON & HILL J. A. SABA PIGGLY WIGGLY H. LIEBERMAN ORLANDO DRY GOODS CO. L ...
WILSON SHOE CO. o TilE LEADER DEPT. STORE JOS BUMBY HARDWARE CO. TilE LITTLE IIAT SHOP EVANg-RF.): DRUG CO. flUCKS' PHARMACY -
\ THE MEN'S SHOP L. LIEBERMAN UNITED MARKETS W. M. SLEMONS W. A. URBAN HARDWARE CO.
CAL RPERS' BOOK STORE W. :M. PIHOS, Restaurant BAKER- BROS. LUCERNE PHARMACY r.. E. McCULLOUGH EMERICH'S PHARMACY:

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Emily Sanderson Charles Bandy and 3000: Head Of Cattle Itinerant Merchants 'Club Adopts ByLawsAnd No, Six Thousand Dollar

IN SOCIETY'S' REALM son, Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lup- Must Pay Regular Tax Elects Officers
[ ]] fer and little daughter, Morelle; Miss Traded-- -For A Grove j Manager For Kissimmee"Such

nx Lillian Harris, Tom Miller-and Em- The Southport Cattle Company, R. With a desire to practically abolish Nearly a score were in attendanceat a rumor is all nonsense!" _
r (EASTERN STARS INVITED ory Conrad, of Leesburg. At DeLandthe L. flyer president has' turned overto the house-to-house canvassers who the meeting of the Professional That was the response made by
a" 4 -TP VISIT WINTER PARK cars picked up Mr. and Mrs. Eric- Jesse Bumby, known as a cattleman frequent Kissimmee and dispose of and Business Women's Club' Tuesday Judge T. M. Murphy, when interviewed
tit Members of the Kissimmee Chapterof son, parents, of John Ericson, and I of much prominence three thousand all varieties of goods to the disadvan- ',evening at the city hall, and the con- regarding the rumor that was being
the. Order of the Eastern Star their daughter Vivian, and the "tour- head of fine cattle-and taken tage of the home merchants who are stitution and by-laws submitted by circulated that in the new charterwas
c Chapter, No. 62, have been invited to ists" report a delightful day spent by in exchange the Bumby C40-acre forced to pay their quota of taxes for the committee were read and adopted to be inserted a paragraph placing
;! attend the annual dinner of the Robe the ocean. The entire party returned farm and grove property located on the support of the city, the upkeep of ,,--after which the election of officers the salary of a manager at "six
|ert Morris Association, which is to beheld home the same evening-with the ex- LaVe Jessamine, about fifteen, Miles their establishmnts, the regular over ensued. thousand dollars a*year."
v at Winter Park next Thursday ception of Mr. and Mrs. John Eric- from Kissimmee. :Mr. Bumby pro- head tolls and expenses of advertising ) The, officers to serve for the first "The mere suggestion was made by .
t I from ten in'the morning until four in son, who planned to remain there a poses to largely increase his Hocki -- publicity the council! has deemed it 'term are as follows: Miss Rhea''' a speaker at one ,of the sessions, of ..
", the:afterno n. All visitors are toy week and then spend another weekat i having leased the 20,000 acres in Os- best to recompile the charges of occupational Pherigo, president; Mrs. Willa Steed, the charter board that ,six thousand
carry .lunch baskets ,with drinking- DeLand. i I ceola] county from the Southport Company taxes and so arrange rates :vice-president; Miss Irma Holzman I should be placed as the maximum sal- -v
'cup:, plate fork and spoon for each The Southport cattiJ are that the stranger cannot say that "the'secretary' ; Mrs. Paul Stanley recording fry such an officer should draw.," :
z. -member1 of the. party but Winter NEWEST IN MILLINERY .. claimed to be second to none :.11 the can sell cheaper because he has no ; secretary; Mr*. Bessie Sanderson continued Judge Murphy. "This lip}
Park will.furnish the.drinks. state. rARIUVALS expenses." At a meeting of the treasurer. statement hat been circulated possibly ....
+ ''council Wednesday evening but little'I I Many matters pertaining to the pro- ] for the purpose of defeating I
e MANY KISSIMMEEITES Miss ,Mattie B aady has. just: re FROM GEORGIA.* interest was shewn by the merchants, posed accomplishments 'of the Club project, or to cast a reflection upon the.'I. ,;'I
.. VISIT DAYTONA'BEt'ClI turned' from the New York markets. .. < in spite of the earnest invitations a* ''were! discussed *- among which the the sanity of the. board. The remark
Leaving Kissimmee on Saturday to I and her beautiful line of hats'will noon B.'B. Adam,and family of Carters- hardly more' than a" half-dozen] appeared ''place of meetings received its share. I was made at.the,board. It is true, but" .
spend' Sunday at Daytona Beach were be arriving. The style ; are Very ville Georgia arrived in Kissimmee to proffer adviceregarding. !..'I:hese meeting are to be held on the lit \is a question I if the charter will say A; v': .
Mrs. ':'p.' D..' Marine' and daughter.: attractive this fall. and her many pa Saturday to make their home a(iJ24 the several changes.: The work will' second Tusday in each month ...:.- but 1 a.word as to the salary.of that officer -
Frances, Miss' Virginia Bryan Frank I trons will be glad to know that theyare I I Bermuda avenue. Mr.- Adams was be continued by W. J. Steed and will I I the place was not. definitely settled,' He would be employed by the .
s' Bryan andElmo: Griffin. Early Sun- ; more reasonable in price than in formerly engaged in merchandizing be presented to the council in a com- upon. It was desired to have .them I commission! and there would be trouble -
; day.another party left Kissimmee for I the past'few seasons. There will be The family drove through in their pleted shape.PENNSYLVANIA. | in some place where music could be if such an enormous sum should
; : I all styles and colors and shades-j car, and another car accompaniedthem i had when desired-and where dancing I II I be considered. I have known mana-
leaving and many of these will please the ) bearing D. O. Dooley and R. R. MAYOR could follow tile business; sessions if i gers who drew but $1800 others who
nconsietedofMr and Mr. A. S. Gilbert lege girls* who should see them COI'I Rheha-who also come from Carters- TIMES( AN EXPERIMENT the members so wished. |I draw $3000. All this talk shout high
; Mis Grace Gilbert. Addison Gil- fore leaving Kissimmee to be ] ville and may select' Kissimmee for I I| It is probable, however, that the 'salaries is sheer nonsense and I can
bert, Mr. and Mrs. John Ericson Miss In the various institution their home. I I Mayor Chauffield, of Johnztown,;|next meeting will be held at the New- assure the public that such I a plan an .
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- ---- ------ -- ---' PennsylvllI:1.I'lls by has been rumored regarding this mat- 1i"
11I11I11I11I1111I1111I11 llllllllllllllllnlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll n lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII t'ere and saloonkeepers of that \\\-1 f ia net official.A l. ter is BO absurd that it should not be .
that they- may manufacture and I considered for one moment." I(
; = good beer and if they sell poor beYr HANDSOME MAGAZINEFrom I
they will be arrested. The mayor FAREWELL SOCIAL
.; f i said he took this step to see if he the Orlando Chamber of Commerce -j
t* could not rid the city of bootlcggen comes the second I issue of thel i There will be held a .social at the
If EE: : Orlando Magazine an extremely pret. home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Aultman
T' who have been selling poisonous
I. : T'ARE THE LINKS OF 11 liquor at fabulous prices. ty little twenty-paged affair chock''317 Broadway, on Saturday eveningat
Mayor Cauffiel whose spectacularaction full of matters of general interest. eight o'clock by the member of
= in permitting the sale of beer Inside the attractive colored cover are {the Christian' church. This will be
The Bank With = has stirred federal authorities in to be found many illustrations of. in the nature of a farewell! to Mr. and

}r = YOUR CHAIN PROPERLY PLACED? Washington,, may resign. Political some of the scenes which will greet Mrs. C. H. "Mclijnis, who are leavingthe
= the foes and the church element are after the eyes of the visitor or the perma- j first Of the coming week to make .
== = I him hot and heavy. "They can have neit: sojourner while'the letter-press their home in Tampa-and as they
== Ability Having = 'this old job any time they want it," carries+n amount interesting mat I have formed many friendships hereit
aL Comfort the said. ter giving a fund of information regarding '' is expected there will be a large
mayor
== and t Saving pertinent facts. This magazine '' audience.
Mayor Cauffiel], who is a multimillionaire -
Willingness Having Is A Bank Ac- and owns huge mines in As'i- is sent free upon application to | d
the of the NOTICE TO..TEACHERSThe
the secretary expense ,
== S i" ,zona, may step down. He is heavily
= to Serve av the count = I interested in Ohio oil and gas projects monthly publication being maintained j State Board of Examiners will
!A Bank Account and has had six excite- by the Chamber of Commerce-a Jist
= years hold '.
examinations for all grades of
Result Earning is therein
7 ;''ment as executive of the city. There of e'inembership printed certificates at Titusville, Brevard
full of close-
ofV ork Toil == !has been hardly an idle moment. occupying two pages
DEPOSITS INSURED i. ly-set type. The Orlando Magazinehas county, on September , 1922.
= "I have no intention of removing I
Earning other cities to''I C. E. YOWELL,
and Hope "set the pace" for
said Governor I
Chauffleld
Sp : I Mayor 37-2tc Superintendent
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follow artd has done it correctly. '
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} in early life. To work and save i is honora- :', of Johrtstown who has per- BROUGHT HOME'SOUVENIR
$ mitted real beer to irrigate the dry "

3 = ble and right and meets the needs of your _= desert in that region. Miss Mattie Bandy on the ]last trip

e. country. A YOUNG MAN IDLE MEANS II' "This Is a mot extraordinary situ- north was a passenger on the Lenape Wanted To BuySmall
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ation, fahe governor said, "byt of I from Jacksonville boat which issues -
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'0\ AN OLD MAN NEEDY. Make this Bank :course, Ido not doubt that the county :'' each day a bulletin, cf eight

Y :, = your Bank. Use It authorities are well qualified'to cope I i pages filed] with special news notes I; Orange Grove, direct
I If with it. The district attorney of the j regarding matters on shore, taken byi, from If 'I'
it the owner. you .
county is the man to do not
wireless, and many personals gathered -
governor." I I on the boat. Miss Bandy i i have one you wish to sell

': ____ i I brought back' a sample as a souvenir, j let me know at once. State '
: ELECTRIC SHOP TO OPEN i '
f/ ; BankofOsceolaCountyp I and among the local that t.j I acreage, age of trees, f
: : Vernon Porter is fitting up the shop issue was pointed the flowing."Miss [. number of trees, 'Variety, ,
; he ,recently vacated at1 No. 10 Darling- Mattie Bandy Kissimmee\ '
Yon' avenue! in a very attracUv'man-! Florida .is enroute to Old Orchard=! etc. I mean business. Ad- j
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: ,,: .6 Y j'I! I I the' "Ill 'she will several beautiful "Q," Postoffice Box 43 '
,;.1 ; j I opening of Electric( Shop.- trip aa pas ,
1"t: 'have'the prettie.t.OhoP, of,the,kind in summer resorts along the North Kissimmee, Florida IJ.&j
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