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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: September 1, 1922
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01079
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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f'f )FREQUENT :MEETINGS\( Arrest Gazette Editor: Entire, If<< 'Gratified, .ri1IUer'aSd1Kribbs'Trade': I I .

,, : On Political'', Charg: s County Their Homer9om.rnonth UIG S ORGANIZATION'
,W." \ OF CHARTER'MAKERS Upon two complaints'made on:,the AND br-MMISM PREVAILS :'! : ;afd; ; the statement .' : ;
dateilof Friday, July 7,'W. I- Thorn .J; was made','' M..',Millar'"'and .

... .t. .. dykiaeditor( of'The' Gatette' was arrested > Ov -Fin : Berry O&lodk, Judge}! G. F.,, Kribbs: had.-exchanged . v
Routine" Activities on Saturday -August 26 upon properties; :>nd that,"each family; :.was) State Realty Board e

Besides : information' jflled. by MUton ..Pledger. j f' .,. .- to at,once moveAfthe'last' moment .Would.Visit '
r Board$eiiirs:Numerous, county". prosecuting'attorney, and ;One Million 'PIaz4S' In One ,Order Breaks AD Records a'trivial technicality trop' apd ,since &k
Talks And:Papers '. is now'out on appearance boncL'! that :'time there have, been made.i efforts , Upon Invitation : It
; "OiWjof thechafgesle'utpted-a. be. -t. And,, Insures. Osceola- County: A' Full Supply to arrange matters In a way that.would i i i

!, jAt each of the 'semi-weekiy Cessions Ing', 'pubUsbing"ampaigalIit.nturi ', ,Of; St ng'Stoc.K AsA. Starter be satisfactory to both'partJea. In a late, issue of,Tne>Gaaetto>then'a d-

'f Moifthe cnarter board there is a; certain without .being marked "Paid'.political 5. ,i,. The matter .has been,. cleared and appeared an editorial. suggesting the .. d
"' amount'' of routine work transacted, advertising."' the 'other'aJpubHshingarticles /By Allison"1';.li? ndy President& ',O.ceola;; Growers) ., ,::1'; this- week the changes''In ownership' t..tion.'of an association of allrealfydealers

.-t-nd '......t care isbeing taken J;to have opposing''a 'candJdaq without Eighty-four''' thousand .d of,business per year brought' intoa became falta--in'place;of- taere* sos.. Along lines which would' r7

mo' nhetic ... '.' giving the stipulated eighteen:/:daJ'l' courtly.' :'before* whle'... la attracting: :Jt. is fairly under;way. certainly sibfllties.. Mr.- Miller's\ former homeat make every one of them a booster' and '1f"" 4 '
In the compilation of the charter to be nptlee'/'tO the candidate' in'(question.; .would cause optimism!' Wbt, h v-shall, we say if that!amount was 423 Church.:street show"occupied would prevent any unfiir--' pisctiefwhich f'

\t: presented to the..voters for their cone]I Th.' iHtnesses named'for, the. latter brought into one city: only f'the' .county, in that coining into the by Judge and Mrs.. Kribbs,.while Mr. .Is sometimes .alleged'' to take

i,: r", tpjodderation:. only matters, of:j.moment ,case are Claude :F.. Jointer. T. surrounding cities: and towns? -And. yet It the;'ptatisticsl expert';Babao Miller's nd family are enjoying them'I place.If such an organization,
and matters so worded that there. ,ca>tr o of '!l Burckhaltor: and'. W., :J. Steed;' has been correctly: quoted that Is the-conclusion'we sari draw" for Klaslmmee selveson Vtnstreet' at ,the former should be formed under proper lures,.

ji .'be-but,on ,' construction placed/ upon| i1$ ..Z..Steed.;nanaad as the"-wltne. already, a,re.u1t/.o .,the .strawberryi,terpTlse.. ,And Saint Cloud Is," If, handsome'reaidence-of'the Kribbs. after the adoption'of suitable by-laws
fI"r':: : anJ"'of them. The. meinbers of a the.. in:thin'rnattehnide statement t on :Wed'.nesday that be po..lbt'e"enmo".trawWrJ"c:1':: ..""_than Kissimmee" and 'at' Both properties are or--considerable and a'constitution'such ails universally
1 r: t "'kard. pride themselves''that all ace. .that he hadbsjiot been consulted this, writing. we havent'been.abU ehe'ck'up this 'phase in- Saint .Cloud.9 Value-and! as both' parties to the'exchange used throughout the state, Kissimmee

,, tfons are open;to the public; and that 'and knew,nothing'of. e'ca.-e.: .-as This sounds like big talk..: Let'a see .where it cemes from.. |V ,,, : appear .atldled it maybe con.sldered would' largely benefit In the '

i" only the very: best,..f. motives guide. to what matters htf was to'te.tffy.WORRYINGJw'LEST Babsbn says'according'to people who ;claim to know ;,hat*every-ninlty _-that -both :proflttd byj ,the the opinion, of}eome' of those, now' .
.r. .. every: i portion the'document : In a town; means a thousand d lan"w rtH X!Or> bUslttess:> year.Ile alsojays < ' handling' propertles-; matters .,
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.r;fiery recent'ipbeting ot the i that every: dollar spent turns over six ttyies T moreAlready, before even1the : would run,much more smoothly. and .
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,. board the' following paper' "Concern- .'GOIF'DRIVE planting season Is'fairly under',way ,41 least twelve families of which )tn"C1"e&ter..volume., -

lug The*Commission-Manager. Form we have,record-ha vejcortei toJCiaslmmee'.to! on.atra wherries., ,Twelve OPTIMISTIC'.OUTtOOK The.Gazette U Ji"t.ree| fPt of a com.. r

- x. >f..City-Government? .prepared. -by : : OUTBASEBALL U.[. families .teh'ethC.1UapcDIollan.uTum.: over seven_tlme, eighty iourJ.hou." ,, ..i-.---.r--i i -...i : .
'; ;a Mrs. Caroline Murphy'was read by sand dollars' worth'of. business, already attracted to Kissimmee, by' strawberries BUSINESS .Nnfl, : Realtors ,.Association J. L. s s ,
( W J..JL..1ohn.tono and was made a part. .I I ,, I ', ''I ,- before the: strawberries are' In tbe'J"Und. Sounds good, doe.n't'It'' i . Wallace,:which has'been'turned over
r' .. of the records: r. - Golf Grounds Very Rapidly: ;And'speaking1 of getting-them in the, ground that end of-it looks'mighty.good !' )" : : ok I to-,th*'.secretary' of,the Chamber ofCommerce

::: .. . This is an age of specialists. Increasing In Number too. Dr. L.; C.\ Riddle,.of. Saijtt Cloud,'and Rev. WilliamLan.' "You Can Get If.,You ,for?actioaL' ;: The. .letter. '
Henry--Fyrd--: would male.. -.- poor ,. d.....:wlU1.Mr: ;.Ash..our !strawberry; ,expert.went lown_:into, he_:Plant.City : :Good Printer's' = 7' ;;; .;J'" -+ ''f
[t' ,showing as a college professor, and a ThroughoutCountryIs region a weekorsoago'to reeormoiter. ;They were in quest of,;the! best 'Use' : ; Ink"t H"This.hasbeen t ..J.:. M-eea4redltoroCDdlami'; :; : : : ; .

y-college professor-'would soon put the available plantar and',enough, of them. ;Whey: saw all kinds'of strawberry ,.,L.,.Declares. .Persons. .::, Real_;;"Estate ;Joermh} haa':forwarded' .
''''* ,tfvast industries of Ford Into. the disard. golf going; to tak'e thi place of plants, all.methods: of. .getting 'thenv ready to aelL They: came homewithralproposltlon'tobuymillion ; the beat and ,most m..dlpplna-Gf.; editOrial which

; "***<- < basebaUL'as; oUr' foremost, national plan, extra flne' plants, the kind of successful 'Sals' I,'have put on," appeared in :your paper, under'recant'
If a man.knows one business,thor- ."rtt: Sporting goods msnilfactur., plants we need to,fit in.with.the* kind of,spirit'we hay* blOeC ..county said'.'George..:W. Persons,ever as he closed date -- titled 'REALTY'" DEALERS

.' t uchlJ',..he does well, yet-untll recent.r'o -I,era estimate that .t,1e&ft ;2.000.000 row. It involved,getting .cash' raised;aa4 .I4.These plants'were selling I the doors of'the Dollar Limit'"'Store SHOULD ORGANIZE.* 'v "
Americans golfert
'.. ly it has been"taken' for granted that j are And that then 'at ''.00 a thousand' ..the grotand.." :By .buying.the whole bunch.they, at, a .late. Jiour.:.Saturday*.nlghC. .*'I .t: assure. :you..that;ft,.,wo 1ct"jade| ed tState
s .almost anyone who> has mastered the his 1"onlJ'.11o beginning. .Any one with could be delivered to the crower.-In'oa e county,at $3.00 per .thou..nd.i reaJIzed:that many Jrere.''yiD '.ti14tr be a tYlef; .offieer-,pf.Ut.;.
"3 R'." in his education and who has,'I eyes open- realizes that a golf'craze The Saint Cloud people reported home .and'hi .a' very brief space of. time !there was,no business but 1'irf tolling Association would be. &'Iad.0. n $ '3
is' I
presumedly at least, the good of ;Abe sweeping the 'country: like aprairie they' had their:, money tit the bank ready;to draw from. Thursday'evening'jqrou, that I"'didnt. find ,It that"way, have a-Realtors Organisation in Kssmme >
fir!. In popularity- golf ii at the strawberry meeting the matter brought to the here.. 'I ..X 1 We in the midst
I J town at heart would be competent to /was' .crowen There'agemedto be pl.ntJ"of"1none" are,now, ,
'' run the complicated machinery: of ci- j growing far faster than baseball grew Noon the next day Was the date '1M:. tb ,make :the Initial '.PaJ1; erit for tho j -the patrons ]of my'place were please4td -! of a-scrsp.?> Homeseekers'"Rate for ;:{

!' ty government. In its days. For every':."* one Jhat playigojtf 'I' plants-seventeen hundred dollars. ,Nne! d'clock Thursday' night the grow, -'l see that _I"_.:'' pln&very Florida; and:'the southeastern, section, Now, however, it has become increaslngly '' there' are five who would beplaying ers were told about it. Eleven o'clock''Fridmy-inbrning;; j,' cheek,1for'U700 Agreement; made-and fromtbejne.: the same as before the war On.s fare ,j: ,
realized that, the..manager if they could. was In.he mails en route to'jiewman' Brothers, at Plant City, and Osceola-4]ment opened the;'pgllt) plus$2 round trip.*' This Is'a'mat? it' .
of a town should haye been trained In'' In the main,golf {..still a rich man'sgame. 1 county's million plants 'were )lour own.1IOU, like a good 'many. Jt'1I I o'clock! In'thetmorning'until( IpAsed) !ter/'that'/ ur.county' vital '\ : '

this particular. business, to be able to The price I. prohibitive if g-etting! Into' a I, would be if you counthum'ersd'.them, butithat''doesn't: tike Into ,the doors the store has been ,crowded::Jy interested' In,,and I have every res. y. 'fo
good golf club. for the consideration the'other million and tba hundred of thousands other !coq ** that if thereal estate'
correlate its various departments, In 'fact I know of'people! who found] i believe ; .;'
bringing them into an harmon B* average man-and usually l Intentional which were 'gmrm here .:0r' purchased elsewhere.. That ,mflHon:"'was* but ..'the crowd too great' -for' 'them.'jjlsf',ntB T..t. organised fa, K..lmmMtfesy '
ly, so,, to.kesp the membership.. ell: single Order. Next in'retrospect, like!! a Ash'eg j compared would, gladly'help. In the matterof. '
whole, and especially ':__Ithln 1 ;. .* : year'IttiWUUook. they were forced 'to, CO. elsewhere- I Ii
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town's1, Income 'Q ; to some of the fish we can catchin Lake TohopekaVga, bat for our DeWe.t: get their ood.. sl ) "11\1 securing these rates.Jiff .I. '
This Is what I. required of the man.1.I' ,D.ljelH hare municipal them.1"golfcourses Industry, not yet out of'.incubator'Ii. \ )Us eras ,well. (We know fish eggs i 1 "I have C concluded,.thst: '>;'I roper'.adr'vertlslng 'I' ';/ !, now have 21'"real estate boards. I .

ager in a commission-manager. formj' but 'not "ucl'of The are not hatched In incubators- least:not i he kind .we think of in connection ' of'what'la to be donen4 irithU"sUte/all: : affiliated wit h' the,
of city| government 'V j 1'shortage.of.1 g lf,.courses if or te'per500'of )( wjththe oth r.b1dY.t \,whidt :this,' ounty":is isO,well ,adapted.J, 'I the 'doing What yon have promise,'..I II ate l and I'national aaoetstlor4-,,' .' ... a college Where; men araJ, mod.ratemein'.drives: thaC; Anueca..huawm.d.home ''Aside :from the.'nea"sources'oCItcunnefjatincome; ':and'the-_ehlnerT forgetting and In Ho manaermisrepreseatlngthe'goods ,... .ar./n ow<.1Indertaldq.mte"j', etc r. .

"trained forthl profession;and Iffrora'theprinciple, : the,prperplanttbereare>> : ,, .-. .... wptimlsm-coMpeHlngoaipecU.''' ,'are 'winning cards;, Iroffered constructive. wwrkjwhicl!; wiU'.mean'} o.
a among itsgraduates:,Vlty! manager ]practically: no.' provisions the 'r for- tetraational Chief of these, is the attitude -of the .businessman. '"H4''Jntorest' In the twenty-five,packages absolutely;; ,free I grafter development in"Florida; 'ill.' ;,t'\'

''' should be selected,,he would be! expected -.'] sports for :people baseball: participating: of thoLgam .ample'reason for JuVlsner"f_ : SaintCloud, to the first twentJ'-ff..rtniith. : "I would be,very'g\ad>.Indeed to ris-l ,, '+' -
.. to effect gradual redaction.r I I If golf everdo dethrone' ., and Kissimmee,pulling together,1 for.Osceola count,'. 'prosperKyt"'And''Oa..' store and every ..omanwjl. say that It.KUstmmee and'meet.with the rapt.. ;:,

-'tot i ta es'by reducing! the running exJpenH --'it will health be:good The-thing,.... for a11tk'rnrel the national } ceola>'count. .buaift... '..n;and farmers 'pulling' together''Iprt 1.thtf :same,' iD' tjo) case 'did:she,'>,reeel lesslthanpnedof.rrs 1.|I'['estate mea,,with 'a view1.?of,te cing{( ,
of 'th4 city' under;hi. expert'' : and means'that tb 'vast-potential"wealth-.lying: in the &'rc"aD r-.1'' da.OUI'>hard>-j'', worth.. ,Ge lhe.,, coati.efte to them along,the lines of the advaQrtages ,
play* the game himsetffl.! ,; aits lakes isgermi: the road to froltlttg: PlanU1ing of betag affiliated'>wfat the
to-apell :
management. ''; cities ] : '. forthis Mf.eprcut1ng-andton of the people and the pl.'wI }; l
& : 'watches ,'prot..S-ale v'.play. :': 'with eo- tloa.-cutthrating 'with:tb'same' ''lngredlentfY l side tdressing'wit } 'state and ,.national ,association.'aad'also
ply .
a large.salary to the .cltJ"mana.! f8 patronize,to the. fall.limit.: 'The' sale ..
i'' ijerl; some-'tax-payers; fear that the reason baseball -America Is no co-operation.fprfssMrity: ; and OsceoU* county.aro'beeomtag 'aynonomous' -' .rill close Monday-wwith every patron the; advantages Iflutlon. ,
'! j longer a sport It is a form of theat 'of strawberries in ba yards: 4o frontyards If you,wail .
.'- , running expenses would be Increased, .., name. ; entirely satisfied, 10 ,.fsr: gas r can ofM't'tl I ,
i jap! : Instead ,of diminished.. but a large rica ( # ,n ,* t u.edaa flower--gardens, and lawn trimaingsbiv) theiri' effect/ on "i .t' to furnish me with .. i ;
" fi!:'"!, ;. "' 17.i' .unnecessary in a small'city..J, .You do. not however,.,find !golf ienthusiasts the;gOal'.nd show the spirit which .Is ,thriving;. I llem' ' '" of the real estate m Y

t I'll .> Spafe,.mall 'cltle. pay as low as $900 ., sitting b.cknd' watching One of the.latest'recruits is Mrs..Paul Stanley, whose,back yard Is' Important Transfers1'' would be Interested In"qo.i ........... r'b
> year to this manager. A manager (other players- ,except 'an.,occasional j being transformed into a '.trawberr)"' Mrs."''Belle Modle and,.'Mrs. Of.Valuable,Holdings of this kind; I;'will. indeed be glad to ': 1
(star. The golfer is not Ir grandstand Amanda Aderhold also In the game. For time with them and if it trill
accepts this to show wh.t .... can do Weraple, on, street; are oom* correspond sea
i, and if he comes to a town,without-,-j loafer.' 'He gets 'out 'andplays' the traffic 'on Broadway has slowed down a bit to look at Nelson Maklnson's .the Malloy-MUler"Nasl Stores be possible to.arrange..a,date.for'me'to <.i

1' local friends or enemies, unhampered game nlmself. 1I 1 patch of straWbe'rriea.' There,are a lot of other half-acre patched and. those j I ompanjr; has disposed of 'Its holdingsat meet withtheni In" ''' .
,in his judgment and actions. I l Golf sometimes, sneered at' as a of lessor'size of which!. the Growen Association )has n'o. record. It: is hoped Lokosee; in.the-southern part of Os
\ If .JCisstmmee; wants this coTttmia- {namby-pamby game, but only by that everyone'' growing berries> -will notify the Growers' secretary., It isn't cools county, to Chester 0.'Del.. .ft. '
people! whose knowledge o(\It is limited of U. and these little paichfts will ler ''Burwood Louisianawho, : INEDUCATtflHAL
alon-manager form of government let much a job to drop a-line telling about ) of. ,, ex- .
everyone: work for and give it .a fair to observation from,.' passingauto. eaij a whole lot to the program asa whole. j I peels .to put In,a mill and laW the timber "
trial by united action.. Carried to extrennst1golf is Among the business men, who are putting 'In berries on Iheir places, He Will' then clear the land and { UlrtS l
p 'a dangerously. violent In moderation ;' ,
The saying in regard to govern- or share-croppng or' otherwise participating/ In the manufacture ')f t>rvtperjty ;plant the' area to citrus fruit and.other *j *t sPromptness >
as an excerclse, golf Is the via the W. J. Earl Howard Kate,. crops.*: *J ': .
route Steed
c ents that .Whate'er is best admin- berry pre Lupfer,
.J Essential
? devised: Is Ari>
'Tstored Is best" is probably true, and most scientific: sport ever* It Lawrence Tress, John.Hansell A. Rosen, W B. .Makinsoii Nelson 'G.. C;:Miller who has been manager 'r'*,

tJ" It seems .logical that, a government (combines the'benefits' of lonedi.t .-, _A, S. Nelson, W. J. Nelson .A. & Thomas, F. A. Maldn'Ctn.1!: and part owner since the turpentine ; For.School Betterinent' ; 1"' :.

r, '. under trained head, wouldbe likely.; .;walking with the ,swlng-on-the- Marple Mfltoh Pledger Robert Riedel, H:C.Stanford, Dr. H. S.G business was ,started about six yearsago.bas"mbved And Advancement: 4.
t.: "to be the "best .dml l. el't!!'." ::: \h.t. brings v nearly every: muscle Grantham, 3.; L. Overstreet, Pat Johnston, Holmes Prathsr .B. Dickerson]J' ; hisfamilyto_ Klssjmi: "';"' -w- 0' V,. a.
i\1' H. R.. May, mayor, addressed the,'oT,, the body into plan The connection and some others. This: liss of c urae, does not: include the regular. growers I mee and' is 'now occupying the ......1. 'The"'Kissimmee public ;'schools ,wW ''> .. .' '. ':,
'" ' board saying: botTreen' !golf'and tbs proverbial and It does not list the Saint Gland 'men. Probably the best way to get .th'l] dence of, Mrs., Paul McKee,,on',Brack open 'the-.1g22-23 aesslon''oa' ',Monsayfnomlng .

;J,'s;. ,A ,clty manager from 'of."govern-|health of the Scotch may'.be- closet- last-named'list would be' down the business directory., The Growers, street. 11T.he. : ;"';SeptemBer '11.:_ All; pupils. ,4 t
men, propedly handled Is the thing than any of us dream.. Association hopes to .find out: who Isnt -working berries there and 'publish! '- .Keenansvllle Naval Stores Company are: urged. -to be.present at.the opening; hi\,' ,
\': ,for Kissimmee, If the city has, somei'|' Good golf' (Courses. 'available to the 'the rest of the list "very soon. :Any business man in.the county whose name ?In-which Mr,;Miller'.was Interested . as 'it is"very' Important. In planningthe

...: thing with which to pay such manes public at'low cost. are needed' as muchas Isn't on the list above would be doing the whole.. community..welfare' !good along with Philip Brothers, ofKeenansville I cork'., Everybody' Is urged; to ;a
H. things day good Toads- possibly more. Golf 'serviceby, informing.the'Growers'secretary: : if he should be ine1 decl. The has sold the timber lend full support la the effort to make f.
av. as mayor'sees, every 'gay be the magic ,;t.nle for civiliza- association wants to publish the' lmplete .Uit''tf business men, professionalmen rights i still *>pd other"property ,be.loncfne' this a notable' :re... educational

connected with the affairs ot the Ill. caused. by lack of exercise. women, farmers and all the other berry-growers: : as soon as the whole to.,the companyrM'the; ,Lake progress.. a'i

that need attention.All city,i I It,may .also prove- to be the ,safety list is complete. Wales .Naval Stores "Company-.which Entrance,examinations will be held, .". .,..
p\\ the officials of the city are in ,valve for the higb' nervous tensions ., If anybody has been out of town of any 'other reason exists: wh,.. he 4s is a larger.operator and owns immense ;* In'the high-school building,'beginnlngjon \

:.' ,..Ine.. for themselves. They cannot 'that is gripping so many of< us-Editorlat not enthused over the berry proposition he, or she, should come to the regular bodies of' timber In' that. .eo-I'] i Monday morning,',September; ,11.

\i 1' afford to put In their full time ,on. in ,TampatTlmea.I Tuesday night straAberry-fests at the Chamber of Commerce In Kis tion. The new owner will .t'oneei j i Examinations In fourth,1;, fifth and
'f' the city'! because they, have,I, calls to mind that Kissimmee simmee and the city hall In' Saint jdoudV The meeting next Tuesday evening commence the erection of houses; and a :!grade-'subjects, 'will: be' given on'

thelr-own living to make. These officials -1J' 'is not laying: sufficient stress upon the at 8 o'clock is to be at-Kissimmee-' following. week at Saint Cloud, will.greatly .enlarge the business-!.; Monday; seventh and eighth grad.,

}?,, t see all the time things to-do.i excellent golf eou.'I)1nC.t Its very .alternating between the two cities' each week. "J subjects on Tuesday, and ,the,:high/
.:.: '' yet all.that they .underta1i:. to do-door. It la owned by company\ it There are still a.few shares'of stock in Oseeola Growers Inc. for sale.The Spell Out "FloridarDon't ,: i,1'. school 'sub jects:on n Wednesday.\ J

='t Is to find some employee can and tell, true- ; but the. club;is open for' membership stock is still ten dollars X:share.; 'We don't know how long It will remAin - Write''It.+ 'la" l There ,will be' no;pew;classes .organized -

to do U.-v-They .cannot 'keep behind to all,,-of good tfcpnte wjpp'can at that "&'lire. No 'one"ean'buy: more than fi-re! shares. U'you'want 'editorHof t'I. Jn the. primarydepartment; at. t
I come wail'recommdnded..The costs I Richard Lloyd-Jones, the after the first week.For this reason
the matte and earry-them through rf ; some at that figure, get In'toUeh ,with B. O'Bahnon-the secretary-treasurer, ,
are not .htkh-TpTdbabl I wV than in'any \, I Jacksonville Z Journal recently called the school .board will .permit;, all ehU ...
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,.tie has complaints all the time and away.- rfi I
'j. ) attention the of
of members the
otheflrplaee'ta\) Florida i. and the looks II to. dean who will be six old or' *
time about The berryprogram, Is moving along in flap shape, everything : years on
has to take his seeing
up links am/highly !spoken ot by an who Florida Daily Newspaper Association, before,Dcember 31r to attend lh..fuU4session. :
nice.Coming .
I \omolalnta. A elt,' berry: f :
these, managercould
statement ,the Newx'York'World:
," know th.m. -- ,. I. by .' That th/re'ra.i be no:mls-r
I handle the- matter 'Of the. come Because the dub management). so ,From Oklahoma' Nave' If'Now TilingAnother ,. that:New-York1., the..most frequently understanding. In. regard lto'this'matter'parents' -
plaints and, keep the\ city employees :
IIbel'3lto the residents of Kissimrpee'andi : used 'name and California
,. .JI 'busy'at'something, that would, wofkfor very: \' to t.thoee\who'make this '. >At Earliest: MomentIn ,?. .Five" ;Acres. .'(ranks .second.proper >The'"'Florida..Dev.1dp.mentiBoard out". 'card 'giving will: be'the required name,andfdato, to fill .V ;j r r
; the benefit of the city, city their winter home' reason ::Having put tiiarflrst: teed atrei'intoshape : has previously urged. all ;
; Ii -: Js.on-. sending subscription; to The of birth of all children who enter Rschool ,
;% '- The next question mu obtained to whether'r why every j piece of'literature' vent, out Gazette from a point! In Oklahoma a for steady work by, thoroughly loyal .Floridians -spell'the, ; I word, forthe, ,first.time this year. 10
,I 1 : not a-clty; manager can should tell of th*" excellence of the business wrl4.1'.r. tiling It.,i!. A..Nave is now computingIn Florida lnfull'on'all ogca.Waer'to Au', !af the:school !.he' stir. ;
.. man v .are
I nri4A>w to pay him. .There areV lot .proffered pteasurejrWi;; d.;;Vf ";the ubplf' mene.ihf"1 sub,fashion'': : second: ra hlstlm.of.tlT.e' help.popularize.:-",the!':name .,nel, pow'to'?'wthi.libraryaooni? :: .II'y':: ;- .
|of....people'who; ar\.ofth&imprn.ioa cihi assetsof ; "Wtlljooplase : rsiVThisv latter that: the word be used more frequently ..
Atth freati '
e ss one ; ;a urges of the high1 school building/ .ptt.FrfdsX' ;:
itbat there are certain'things the! .city .th 1itln# > seat !y'i.q; ;t"I scriptioiy f at onceT' I'am' dlieet1r.' ...'.abbtt ;:etpdt tjh': .'bio! eapond.nde.,' literature, .._ ._ o .K n.iklrtvl ;
.: \ ht" to do .n4 tree'. mosey .. : gr get awjuairtted Sriflii; your'people *.. [ V -- & ....... .
i OU .nor:. I ,''J i is going on advertising to help,keep the name 1"1+ Jt(. ::. ._ '
' f. JMth,' which do i"<"vit., 'Under'thesecbwumstances ;' :; HDi; yANO7 ER : soon as,,I;can' through t papervM:l; W excellent :hape..':; The 'watortsnk before.-the.pubHe.'i ,,', o-d.- crc-.. .' 1 ,' ,t'' ;; ".
4: they do "*ot...f el, like '\Ia.'came'to.o.'auite.7..te'- ads going I to come to KUaimmee'at' the: -' I !
;, ; ; : and] the 'electric: Bot'yrt\ in '. > / GOING _.,OKTBEaN"..Alti, > ; j',
.. hancav Uave .. ..pump'a .ii ,.... "" ,, _. ' ,_,or .
:.t.. -, e.oding-mon.mony-fogh'tltyrmaaflr ,fob; another" e. earliest 'iB.forejl ; Jl t .' .c, TA'y11f1YZAS'rCOAST". : ; ; "' !o-,",
-\1.: ?a.: agar, .If It 'e.uld'be.prolid! to' t.ha. a* grounda,;Jrere wish to have all ray affairs so; |tted > ; f. . , . .' ---Mrs.--,F.':8.:.Gilbert.,.Mba-IHiaabsth GeorIre.W.i Persona wfll. leava'ttiHsimmee :: r .

1. e ;-11, .city that .."..,..t,..manager would proven too n t i ... jodrnmen .was takEnstb .- that m! +return"".bera-;-for .JWIIt.Sd$s-BaU .returned .a Sat- Parker and Wa4I." Parker/ cocripalad > Saturday,nigbi'fer. the ;north I 7h. d \

, 1Jr.f1: : rtb'qr :ap't.:' "': _tp'' ghmsn.wp ,.waa'a tae )lvaia<.eon iBgto; stoyl: :We/b;re.had. :r ijnt.ralagfeatbrracatietlwbicbh ( by-Mrs.. Ff C; Tbanasaa.left by .: ;as": has engsgeanents In'New York" \'Txrr'look.velsom.'tockr'ee 'f"

: U"' lml Itt ed ''a' great'(...mj a raid'hen. bjwb \tee.ofg i : 'tp0M'; .sTlieyretttn' v' .1"" f Shrslattilt t weatber ii ,! '-4M-aadI << at WJ"Ilav.,|esr en Monday' paints oa-tb*.as. ; tlieid-W, ,Y jf>I"' "

I !"! Ift&de by sl e lt7,.manager. ;;If he" ., gamewtlrhb played.'! ttez$ )4gdaytatp have{ ererseen:,,' has, actually I .a.a. '( agahs. at\tb.p..toffke'eijaa. feast=olhgas: .fart.IOQtb'M1) j L secompanfbhfrom ., ,will! '.. .
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One.Dozen Boy-Scouts' ,I Two'i Houses. .Burned' ments1'\ are fairly.and honestly carried ments," saying in substance: 'T K f

out, and that the city gets its mon: 'VHe\ Wited to make-one particular ;
Attend District Believed Incendiary
tt - Gamp ... ey's \irorth. In his :Judgment'a fair point that |h.' ".assessments ''shouldbe :
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Taking into conside1atloq. the short ''Two houses on,"..Flndley avenue .t salary for a,manager. would- ,be $2<<00 mad, as 'of ,the 1st day of June Mil' f"

time-In which'the local troop of Boy 206 and 208. located between. the residences per year. rather than January 1st He believed
active existencethe Milton Pledge subject it advisable for several reasons. One 1cia"ettes 1-
q tb Scouts has been in of Charles MtCoskey'ancf! W11- spoke upon the . '
'1' fact: that twelve of that bodyhUve" Ham Hinson, were totally destroyec of "Economy." He aid: reason,Is that the tax .assessor is not .

been attending the district, camp at by fire at two-thirty 'Tuesday mornIng !.. X Whenever"a change Ja'made from appointed until the April meeting of o
Lake Silver, near Sanford shows a determination and the owner of the buildings, beaten paths the result Is almost,necessarily the council! each year and consequent '. .
the of tha lads ly I is., .not' necessarily acquainted with ,
upon part Mrs. Mamie Gatton occupying ,No: a temporary condition when -
n '. to stick to the cause, "they have"'un 208, escaped with merely the cfething expenses mount. In addition to' this, the condition of the ownerlhlp'of city
Ruins Talk! ,dertaken with intense 'vigor. Those she was wearing. The ether, cottagewas where the change consist In a' change property' as of.'the first day of Janu- "

, who '',,were .able; to'"make the, outing! unoccupied. off governmental' forms, such as the ary. Another reason for changing -,

:, ;t were Earl Babbitt. Richard Mr;( Gatton states! that.she: being one here contemplated, it, is likely to the'date to'June'is' that construction I't

: w Blackened' charred ruins Edgar Beeland, David Dronson B.ndT'1 ill, had fallep asleep about ten o'clock cause' a' serious Increase in litigation. largely occurs at, such a late, day in ct':

,, and Elam, Garland Hankins, after taking medicine. She 'was later The statl.ticd'from, other cities 'In the year that if the first day of Janu- t, .Ave" ,
f tell a sorrowful tale of Steed, John Sanderson Emersop awakened,by a voice at the screen Florida where the change has ,been ary, 1* fixed as the date of making* ( fl., !

loss but the insured home Squires, Joe Tucker, Rudolph(; Walker, door saying that her house was on made indicate that for the first little sessmenU, the city does not get the 1O '".

and Donald Walker. rire,-and before she could realize what while theilitlpation increases from 60 benefit of assessing such construction 0\. '

owner sees new construction NOTIC'E-TO-SPE' the trouble was another male voice: to 80 percent over\\\what it.was before. for the year in which such construction GOOD1;/

already begun. i told her the tame thing. She then There }je, no question that a change I was made. Another reason for They are .
.' The city has secured a ltop-wakb heard the men rapidly run away, she of government for Kissimmee in the the change is that it is difficult to \ :,

whereby the police can determine the says. Neighbors heard the voices of nature of adoption of a city manage'rform get stair: line on the actual value !of = "',','

Hartford Fir Insurance raCe, of speed you make from one the ,men. Opening the door to her could result in decided improvements automobiles when they have to be idea of tax assessments is to plaoa ',
Company policies have block to .nother-IJO be very cautiousabout kitchen she noticed from the 'manner to .' It would be useMs -'valued back to the first day of Janu- proportionate valuation on the prop.

1 the rate of speed you travel. in which the flames spread that the however to anticipate a saving ary from the date the assessment is', erty within the city so that no one ,",
built many a home. upon'all
the very ashes of great from fires and ball games as well: ,' and she screamed for help. the proposed charter were carefully Mr. Thomas stated "that while it He also called attention to the fault N f.

i conflagrations. This.traffic,ordinance will be rigidly There was no time to save any drawn, and thus misunderstandingsavoided had formerly, been the custom of the that there are 82 widows in the cjty 'i.

enforced for the safety of the pub- thing from the house-although .the ,.It,would be necessary to expect I city assessor merely to copy the books and these widows/ are eachjAllowed '

lic. -- H. R. MAY, neighbors, among them Mr. Hinson, -some unanticipated trouble.- 4Jn.xpected .: of use predecessor! himself did not 'M>00 exemption, a loss I to the cjty/ ., ,::

a Call on this Agency 3 -4t Mayor. were scorched in making the attempt items of expense would also follow this course, but made up his of $41,000 In taxable property' or'approximately -' p.
Then she learned the unoccupied be incurred. In order to put the citymanager' : own books. The values of property $1,150 in taxes. In very

I Tailor Makes house was also in flames. Before form in. operation it would within the city limits as fixed by his many cases the allowance should note 1
M Carson Farmer I the fire department could reach the bfe necessary to get a very good man I assessments he places at about 80% > made as the widows are'not"work- :

Valuable Find"After spot both buildings were in ruins. The as city: manager and in order to get II iof the real value The total valuA- Ing for their living nor are they in

"The Insurance Man" rosa leaves Mrs. Gatton in sorry financial such a man he would have to be paid tioa of the property within the city hard circumstances., j <'

.... spending $900 for medicineand shape, although one visitor the more than the city could well affordto limits runs to about $2,500.00. Mr. He did not believe new enterprises ;
--_.Kissimmee,..Florida This. ,..conditionhowever' is the should be. allowed 'special privileges
doctors in our--yean-Yithout getting next-mOl'fting-left-.r heek-to partially pay. Thomas inclined to think present ?. !
any benefit for stomach trouble I i relieve her. There was a small would not continue and, after the system -I salary of $300 paid to the assessor In the matter( of taxes but believes I.

and bloating I was induced Wonderful by my Amount of insurance on the dwellings was running smoothly the expenses very unsatisfactory. His experience they should be their fair

1 New Jersey spends $2,000,000 a druggist and to try mutt Mayr's say that a $1 bottle t Sheriff Farmer was an early.caller to of the city manager could be III I that the assessor actually puts in value regardless of the fact that their
she educed. As-a m.tter-of.fact, it is about- three-months the work of might operate to-the adyancement -
.... year keeping down its mosquitoes. has done me $500 worth'of good.1; learn from Mrs. C.ttonwhat on Idevelopment
t It is a simple, harmless preparationthat could tell of the incendiarism( 'which not really a part of the charter;;making assessment, consequently the. of the city's property.
University professors of Princeton removes the catarrhal mucus /was' substantially what is printed board's duty to decide upon the,]I,salary of $300 which was fixed at that I He called attention to the fact that
nay retire hereafter on half-pay when from the Intestinal tract and allays above. amount to be paid to a city manager figure twelve years ago is hardly people living on the outskirts of the i

& they reach the age of 55 years. Professors the inflammation'stomach which liver causes andMntesti-practically <<;- as that would ordinarily be left to the I I adequate today. He makes 'these remarks city and within the corporation limits
all ,
can continue to teach if they nal ailments including appendicitis. commission, and the commission being without any personal interest are not getting their full value out

wish to do so, until they are 68 years One dose'will convince or money re-! ( ] desirous of making a showing of ec-J'as he states he does 'not expect or of the taxes of the city In that they
( .f age, but after that they are to retire funded. J. Z. Roberson and druggists -i AGRICULTURAL POINTERS nomic administration, would necessarily -!''de be fat assessor next year* do not get the same service from tbgf

automatically. everywhere. keep the salary of the manager I I In answer to an inquiry, Mr. Thomas 'city as those living in the center of' *

I LEO H WILSON. County Agent. at the very lowest practicable figure. I, stated that! as a matter of fact only town and that consequently they
The charter board should be very careful two or three people in town make ought to be allowed a special reduc-
culture is underway in
64t Strawberry when constructing its charter. If]assessment returns to him-that he tion in the amount of taxes paid. His
Osceola county. We can't stress goodcultivation the charter is properly drawn its ;himself" has to establish the values suggestion in this regard is that an

'i The Kissimmee Business 'and should fertilization work too the mMch.landto adoption can accomplish a great dealof by inquiring around'and' by asking the agricultural zone be created in which

Every grower good. In fact, the adoption of anew owners themselves.; [about 2-3 value should be assessed so
; be to berries day un- ,
planted every charter on the city manager .- He was emphatic that in his opin- that the people living on the outskirts ->
the time to if conditions
til plant per Big! will result in improvements which ion the'tax assessor should rather bean 'of the city should only pay such
I' College mit. Sour soil will not grow good Lissimmee could not otherwise hope appointive, than an-elective<<: officer. taxes as was really fair.

berries. Manure, commercial ferti- to accomplish." His idea Is that the valuation, as I A resolution was passed thankingthe
izer hard wood ashes, lime, and I
# ,\ A. E. Thomas then addressed the fixed now, of., the property in the city speakers for addressing the board
of the soil is on-I I
working very land "**
r meeting on the matter of "Assess U on a falrlylwell equalized basis. His for their co-operation.

f. Opens Its Second Year sential for best results. bon't for. --.------ .- -----_._.___n__._ ______ .
,I get you have all of September and ..
Y part of October to plant your berry

;:H With The Following plants and to start the plants off well

'i r keep right after your soil. 'The more 1

you work it before planting the larger ,

I I' .7. Our Complete Course: Our Bookkeeping, : Course: will be your production. ..."
Now is the plant your crop ...
.wwww.r..ww T.
et n wr.-u'
,, of fall Irish potatoes. For good results :
Bookkeeping! Accounting
, 1,Bookkeeping and Accounting ,,' in getting the proper germination :
Business si 'Altbm'tlc! and stand, treat your seed with R UJ 1 f 'r "

Shorthand S eI! I ingPenmanihip corrosive sublimate one part to 1,000 .
_ -, '" /** __ : ,
+ : Business Arithmetic Typewriting,= Commercial Law'R' parts'of water. You can get this by iBO
. dissolving 4 ounces of corrosive sublimate I ; alMprIiaz
.: 'i" Business/English (Optional) l' "
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-t'!{ CommercUt Law -- !t ti .' ,r''%<" ; -, ' "" ', in 80 ,gallon. of ,water.: Make I' I :_ \
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b ,, ,, i"$;W I' this in a,wooden container..' ., If >,
In.r. ' ' '' up ;
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B .0.0&: / Our Shorthand ''Courser: I seed Is soak two
{;, "'I" ;your unsprouted _
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\ iI f" '" and It the
i ,Typewriting.' *! 'IYw; '-, I'',"r'tv; ;('',' j'. hours, dry;immediately
f\itT 1'h' soak them only
1 .'. Shorthand Spelling tubers are sprouted, B
.Business Lttter Writing 30 to 45 minutes; 'remove, rinse, and SILVER-GRAY
Touch Typewriting. .
'l '' ';Spelling' dry at once. Such diseases as scab,
l Business Letter Writing black scurf, and other -bacterial diseases -
5 Penmanship Office Training ? will be controlled. This ablution -

Yi \ is poison, so care must be excer- '
i I cised in its use.

,i Whitefly is very active is many :_nzeazs1i'z'ofeciio
)- groves at this.time. Fungus is also'very -
active, and will hold the flies downto

.' '. a certain extent until we are ableto \
y ;i! : HAVE YOUR spray without injury to the fruit. '
yv -25 25 In two or more weeks, provided the S The most important mission of paint Z '

{ weather is cooler; the citrus grower is -to protect>' 'and preserve, and vhile it adds ,

t .percent Fall Printing percent will be safe in spraying with oil em- greatly 'to the' ,beauty ,and value of your .

ulson one gallon to 65 gallons of water property you should. consider painting in .
r ..
b ; in order to clean up the flies. Where .
,off off there is a severe infestation it will be : terms of protection.}. w .

; DONE NOW to two times for best
,1, results necessary, spray O ,Pee Gee Mastic Paint has "Saved the Surface" ,
;: Be sure and save the best crops for d4 foe over fifty years:/' It is an absolutely pure

the winter exhibit. We had a won- ..., double-pigment. ,paint, containing fifty per

t :1 On All Job. Printing-Ordered derful display of the products from cent of ZINC and fifty per cent pure white
.,, / the county last year and with more '.
OfficeBETWEEN time and effort this year, Osceola Partial list ofPee lead groundin genuirfe! linseed oil. No
r From The Gazette county can put on a better; d-splay: A better paint can be made.
agricultural products: Gee Products! .

u THIS DATE AND OCTOBER: 1 Don't forget the fair.: For'Walls Actual re ords.of, service prove that Pee ..

GOOD PROGRAM RENDEREDAT arid Ceilings" Gee Mastic Paint gives longest service at ,
THERE WILL BE DISCOUNT OF 25 PERCENT .lowest and therefore is the
W. C. T. U. MEETING For besutlbingw.ll.and; cost most economical "
. ceiling* at your home Pee
the Gee FUtkoatt lend* Iteelf paint for you to use. .
"The Need of The Hour" was readily to unlimited and "'
., This unusual offer applies to any'kind of a job and topic of the session at the Chapter :'cnarnunc. oolor modern oambinatlone. ,eanltary -- > V i..

"" in quantity desired. If do not understand House Friday afternoon. U, J. Burroughs mt ftniah reetored and 'UeoUed There:'is"' no excuse to put off painting any
you la eaUy
any secretary of the Chamber of ,it..original beauty with : longer; far the'prices' of all Pee Gee Products are '
this proposition Phone No. 11 and a representative damp cloth at........*. .
Commerce, was the invited speaker back to their/formef leveL .Paint now-"Save OnSurfact ,

t'' .,. ... will call and explain: and papers were Mrs. J. M. For Floors .-,and' /outSai. AlL, a;r rPM
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Duncan Mrs. W. B. Makinson. and Gee Floor-- v. ''' .
\ : ':floor'a flaw- Ask for Free Fatal Book *... Color C.rd.. aaa I
recitationby r..J:
'R You Will Save: One-Fourth the Regular Mrs. Jessie Kleinman. A hard -aiaatia. Aaiah aurf and aoaihat lt sw dTU. rov neanUas year ,seat _.... ';t
e yet
Carol and violin solo "
', Makinson a ..... peek -
or 1
Price Your' Order ...... bt.Wfantni.eoli.h' '
I by Placing Promptly by Rev. Allen J. Miller, were interspersed -
which watar will not diaaolor -
\, t r'i4 with the papers read. and discussed. .and heel, Osceola-1 ,Hardware Company ''' '
tl'i mark: For aU other""E
y work thero 4a
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T -Verolehforaotb as h '
FREQUENT MEETINGS [,pwPo.. ._ Kissimmee .

kc < r KISSIMMENALLEY[ GAZEHE '' e Foie Roofs "
; (Continued from. Pace One) ". ; .

. :, .. vf f' ,.. . ; .- died the job. properly because he couWeconomise i ,tie t..It'.eti:sa e t r l '
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In the purchasing 'ofrmttedalsforthecityandherqaId; /It! or aofa and .t. r , e. ..4t
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} 23.pgrcwt orkmen :2Spercent by/placing' the right number of color* and la a powerful \ :
; ; .. r; ,,'. . ,/ : and :.every customer'is , I' : ; :. men' llJo\j.;: [with:no' excess,'of labor "t." .""" ''','-I,<' ; -i'' ,

I' h' +" ''assured: of.'thcL.bcstlquallty :: '' and 'eoi ld see*that:only work wail.done ,.'kllj ,I;.IVnIaOaulMe!'Cea'' tijd t o n ner'
; 1 7 :' which was) and not do"work ..t"t
jt .. !.,r_. :",4'N: 1MMr.-tnYlisi ":' r', s ,1"y l yen+fw+p, ua'Jt :' ".4tr u .i yr l
; t. 't t nrial-:Let us,have ypur'ordeV a : take'care: 'of'the aeirt'" 'tanv .!"rw' "
r' : 1. hVcojull: equipment
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: , ;; : : "( ? 2 : and save it.,* The'biggeeiabhig'be If'' rVtafrrlrbtv"; .4>!S.g; l1Qth1 ;
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i. Pl..... *' I If we never pull .a crime :
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; "")k So large.that>it'stuck in hi* craw- 'We e.o.'' behind us. V .. .: .. ,

,.' Jfp be seen there: would never :- Tail-Hgfiti that were bought on I' C' I J
\V % ', '
T time! ceo; oonty.
have beert- a
t .1 1. ", l" : .
, ( Any scrap with one't' mother-in- *- ( .
.' ,7 t )lawl. I'm Sure'Going'ToSaint "

r t tl'. Cloud has a man named' Dicfendorf ::..... .
.... Of.Cou.eTheyUmp and Gainesville ha* a' 'man
,\ 'c Ibis' no" 'wondertthat'somany; ofthe.e named' Dieffenwierth'; l bat;my second' ; : 'The-Bankof. : Osceola''', Countywith''the 'strong::desire :to 'safeguard :the in"* ?

aircraft .experiment''' come':to wife 'colne to come from the l>eaf- ', , .'t ri a 1 r .
,' : : w.t' \ ; f!
" grief. .Nearly. ,,every account' tells andumb f.mllyX' else I: ,ain'ta. -go. .* ,'p' ;. ns a wellash': :; 'all"the'people, of."Qaceola.courity: ham'
I.: pi jnbdut how pilot*."hop off on one leg..! Ing to have one. Amen. .

;;. t Why can't they'' get, a pilot who ha '> II' * '. \ with rticl ''from th6' 'Florida 'State Banker !,
been accommodated. with two good lens; Getting Back To Nature .. presents'a: ;,splendifj'aj ; : as sent!i : ,

r: ; -and i let him try* to* make* .the;! !;record who There's'wishes a to man exchange down in Ford Sarasota truckfora .,'t' 'out ''by the State < m tr ll ., 'Ernest:. Ainos, of Tallahassee,',and asks:that:' .

a !7' 'Flxln' Things Right work horse or a mule. If he'dk.ald 'f... ... .
y "H If the projector of that new andhandsome : fo% a "Fordson" could under 41' l ? n ft + I' a ; r
: Osceola shall reM read and l need: /
city bearing: the niftynaof ,ratand',it-for: that eats only while,1t every person m C UnTi c y. s the advice ;J II u

,: .I) Hollywood; now 1* springhrgr upon ;works;but mebbe the ion ha*' some r, andnuifbiYiation"ix .,.

. ."the I lower east coastwish to have old harness he want to wear out. +eiited- '
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f ,._ _, I
- things' in unison and .la.accord, whydont . .' -- .e
! who i I. now The Mighty Ar. FallenIn .. .
they engage Fatty the Saint Augustine :where, but a It has been evident from Information re.* the contract. gives no guarantee or assurances WOULD BE THE AVERAGE CASE. SHOWS j ,..
from '
jobless, to act a* runner-up the short) time since aly workers were robbing ceived by the State Comptroller during the, a's:totheplanj of._opecatlon-t-that: is,. THAT THE CONTRACT HOLDER HAS NOT I ''

: railway ,station.where passengers T ; woud-bethlevea.of: hundred of past, several months\ that the State of Florida no guarantee of. how much will be credited to RECEIVED THE USE OF_THREE PER', ,, (

'- land close. without. .*Its* gates thousands of!'dollar by .introducing has been Invaded by a class: of promoters and the loan fund-iyet: _the following) analysis nas CENT<"MONEY-BUT 'HAS' :'WAITED FOR '' t

"fly-by-night salesmenwho offering and been madeyt this contract based the MORE THANT.FOUR. ? YEARS MADE CONSTANT
Woodn't One Be Cruel the raceless wirelesf horse are :, : on assumption -

lie put some "wooden chessmen under- races, right now the rascal have tunk strange to say, are having' some success in selling -< ''that the administration ,of the com PAYMENTS 5 DURING THAT TIME,' .
,neath a setting hen, so low that they are robbing the gs*. : to some of the public,,a form of so-called pans ,affairs will be 'carried out honestly,< AND .?HEN RECEIVED A LOAN"*OF FIVE, i h'1

'.I And the hen just shrugged her feathers melenTor-eich two-bits thrust""with ,, vloan home-building contract It is quite fairly and favorably as la humanly possible HUNDRED, DOLLARS, INSTEAD OF ONE 'M

lover those new-fangled: In them. Awful small potatoes. apparent that the words "home building": were to the contract. holder. The analysis l" fore' "THOUSAND. THAT THE COST OK FTNANCING. Y

eggs;; -. .? used as nothing: 'more tHan{ to'make the bait shows up. .as favorably mp the contract, holder \ . TO HIM .HAS BEEN 8.44 PER, a

i Fire'then hatched out same dollies, 'NotherMenu..Addition ..:. more attractive Sot t.he..aucker..ot-cDuree.: could possibly hope for, and pf course it might CENT. "

with sawdust they were, filled Fort' Myers News carries an advertisement ., any;form of legitimate building and loan association prove, far shows less'deslrable than the-following. ''analysir -- -"The contract holders of the l last:number* in "i

Together with two chickens that which suggests "when you or financial plan which is sound in The contract provides" for eachT contract to the block can hope for but little except the return it

were wearing wooden legs. think of eating think of the pt'tre- principle and carried out under"proper guarantee be numbered according to the date of application . of their money in the case the company \ ,

, quin." I've tasted plum' nigh everything of faithful and honest administration is to and take its place in line,to 'be'rated fora last that l long, and )la solvent when' the time -

.. , Oh?Gee! Let Up --but if I've ever eaten any pet- be commended rather than condemned, but the loan after all previous contracts of that class comes for them to receive the return of their '

In Clermont they have pulled film requin it was so camouflaged with contracts under consideration are. not of this contracts have been may satisfied.vary according The face to amount the amountof of the payments) and the, small amount of loan to-

din two,reels named "Boots and Shoes." cracker crumbs or cornmeal cv a'hat- class. loanapplid for; but usually the contractis which they would be entitled. For example, -'

All' I presufaie in the first reel the old man ter gravy that I thiaitht\ 'twas something The general plan tot practically all of these for one thousand dollar. This contract contract holder number ninety would wait seven ,{

booted the' lover-and in the !secondhe else. Wonder didn't the darn- so-called three percent loan contracts (in some gives no assurance as to the number of con- and oneJhalf year to receive a loan of'one
back to the house after fool ad-setter meaff .'penguin ?" Jn easel tracts in any one class or block. Assuming; "
gumshoes four percent) is based upon the con- that not more than one hundred contracts will hundred dollar! after he had paid In ninehun
the goil. And to think how they are that: case the suggestion would provo tract holder or purl'haser'p ylnJt into the com- be placed in a block, this number being usedin dred dollars on which no Interest was received. }
getting civilized over there! Only a "a bird. pany a stated amount each month-usually ten many cases, the analysis is based upon a The absurdity of 'the proposition Is carried .

comparatively few years ago they ... dollars per _month on each one thouaand'dol- block of one hundred contract. of one. thousand further! when we reach number. ninety-nine '
Miles dollars each,' face ""amount. : --
Car 1344
showing Drove
would have called that \ lars of loan applied for- Continuing! these pay- Upon signing the contract the purchaser who pays In BS0.00 during-th Term of walt

"Shoots and Booze." On Fairly Good Roads ments until his contract is reached in order or pay. ten dollars as a service fee, for which he lpg of eight years and three months, and ,receives '

-- until the "loan is ready." v nothing has freturn and receivesnoting. a: loan of ten dollars for one month. .f+ ,
Changing The Dates )t. N. Philips, who. purchased the This He then pays ten dollars per monthto t
plan or scheme appears to'have origin- The salesman of the loan company will I eirdeavor "
Just as the open season for wives residence at jZ 03 Aderhold street last the company until lie is notified that 'hi. **''
ated in England some time and the to refute the proposition of the long--
ago -
prospectus loan is ready, and receives interest the
to shoot their husbands is.drawing to ,spring, arrived from Michigan City, no on
.. for and advertising matter issued by some amount paid in. Assuming that the company wait by offering'the suggestion that the loan-'' e .
the season Indiana Sunday evenlnghavinl'driven I
a close comes open on of these companies refer to the fact that the will place in a loan or trust fund all amounts would probably be ready much earlier, yet they '
te shoot ether women's hUII- through with his wife, daughter -
wives paid in as principal, using for
plan was originated in' England two hundred expenses will make no guarantee of when the loan will jt :abe
bands. Down in Miami one Mrs and son, to settle in Kissimmee.The : the initial payment or service charge and tfe '
Geddis Moon shot and probably fatally trip occupied nine days but years' ago. They failed to state, however, aid on the loans after! they are made "reached. Some' might figure; that. the1 'r

wounded one John Baldwin because, many hours were spent in viewingthe that the class originally had an investment fea- the bloc of contracts under consideration, If steadily Increasing volume of business Would ;
ture which' these lattor-day companies do not all were continued ,In effect"' and no contract proportionately advance tile.time in 'which the
she says he talked to her as no man cities and country towns through holder ,
out would into the treasury
When have, and fail,_also, of course, to state that dropped, -. loan contract would mature'for a loan., This '
lady which
should address a "perfect they passedand'neeforttwasmade or truat"fund..onethoull.llncLdoUal'1l\ .each
the details reached the sheriff there -or" 'speed.. *.Mr.,ffillipr TeJort{ this class olj companies was fcrbSddetf'in'Eng- month. The contract,states that no loan will be theory,;however, la i unsound, and any.analysis' '.

'!Was an eclipse of the Moon-but, according that conditions throughout.. Indiana land by an Act of Parliament in 1894,-67 and made under four. month.. At the end of tho based on other than the, block:. analysis :
68 Victoria, Chapter 47 Section four months, under the favorable assumptionabove mentioned above muss
12. necessarily depend
to precedents, the Moon will and in many places he visited were mentioned four loans upon. "* ,
soon shine forth,her effulgent rays.. sorely feeling the oppression of the Of''recent years'this class of parasites has contract holders ,one to four, could inclusive be, 'made being, the endless' chain theory, which Is not only.un-! '
L4 *', strikers but intimates that everywhere "been particularly'-active- in many"-sections of beneficiaries-These- :tJioldetwoul<4. sound In principle but I. aloes a highly speculative -. '; .

Why The "Bargain" the people were In hopes) that the United States. Doubtless because in receive a loan of $960.00' ; each having paid in ''and unfellable' p ant\ whidi"mUitr '1 ,y

I notice,in many exchanges adver- the demands of the striker; regardingthe some instances the plan of doing business $40.00 previously. . These four would be 'the of, necessity: result In t.belonc run lnan Inertia ,

,-lisementa Uneeda biscuit (the old. seniority proposition would never looked upon' its face t
style 5c size) .at"Two:package.for be 'settledIn', their: favor, ,.om ',States enacted' 'legislation providing for month. ,All contract holders from number one the bag to" hold.. ,Any other 'analysis than the'

r 15c,". and :'aometime Thee packages "If may interest' some of your the orga lzatio f .such companies and for the to number fifty, inclusive, would of course be one taken above must necessarily also depend t' "3

t' : for We," and in Moore Haven the gro- northern readers'who to inake.thelIame.'trlp regulation thereof; It Is a fact'however; that in much better lock than the last fifty. Take'contract 'upon a lottery'prlncipi.'or a gamble,with, 'hoj ;A 'j
: ace the administrative number ten, which would be fn the " n "''*'":\ I? .
ers announce "Two packages forTJSe. by car to know:what I authorities having chargeof highly favored class, we find that he would odds against. the contract holder::' ' ,.

: ,' ." In Kiaslmmee I can: buy'aU I found along,the road," said J4r. PhilIps supervision.of such, companies, In the receive his loan after a lapse of ten months '1'' -SWAPPING 250.00 'FOR' $190.00$ ; ,. ,'] .

-of-thewat-the' old;price, : 5c "We came by.way.of.Nashville, States-where''puthorized; pfterthoroughly, analyzing and he had paid 'in $100.00. He would'ptesirr- -?"The; contract,, under .11.1).la''contain; *' a ... .
straight, and,the grocer doesn't thinkbe' Chattanooga and'Waycross to.Jsck- these contract made certain rules and mably receive the return 'of the one hundred called and "
surrender value :
dollars without interest and loan nine a 'temporaryloan :
a of i
favor even at that 'various regulations seeking to prvtect' '
doing a great sonville and although at the '
contract hundred dollars with interest on the same, to value l the table. of which are set forth In'
normal figureI presume he' not place the folks 'told us we couldn't holder, and rather than abide? by these regulations be paid monthly, based upon three per cent of the contract; For example, according to this* '

getting, rich at It-but if he wasnt make,4t we found! that as a general the loan companies, ceased their operations the amount due each year. Contract holder table, after the contract holder bas. paid in ten
getting\' a .percentage of profit he'd thing the roads were in prime condi- and moved to other States.A number ten would therefore pay $27.00 interest dollars -<:
quit it. .Yassum. five cents 'fr Un- tion. Of course, if there had been number of these companies have for the first year, $23.40 interest f6r per month for twenty-four month' andnot .
I appliedfor the second year, $19.80 interest the third year, caring to wait longer for his loan,he pry' ,
eedas is the Kissimmee price-and rains would have been a permit to operate in Florida *
heavy things under our $16.20 interest for the fourth year, $12.60 interest have the option to get back $180.00 in each
,.. can vouch fr !t.T different but we had a dry trip. On "Blue Sky Law," and in each case their application 'the fifth year,'$9.00 the sixth year, $5.40 '(This; means' a net loss of fifty .dollar beside,
the Waycross road we had a detourof has been denied 'by the Board, which is the seventh year, and $1.80 the' eighth year. !
And That t* Thist several mile, and there were about composed of the Comptroller He would also pay $10.00. a additionon the interest, on his money) or he' may take a Jo
.)|( strikes-me very forcibly. Genera and Attorney the principal of the loan. As the princi- paid-up certificate for $240.00-,drawing) .five'' ",' 1
miles there waa'a
where )
twelve cor- However of
some these '
promoters would be reduced the
pal $10.00 per month, average per cent, payable one hu,4Nd* lonth. from '
That if. Barren Gamaliel Harding ,
duroy road but this latter is all and schemers have undertaken to slip under balance due throughout the year would "
DIdn't have'any more pepAnd right for a, slow pace. At forty or the fence and have either organized local cor be 60.00 leas than the amount on which his the date, .of his contract; or he: may receive a' I I

: pluck and push fifty miles it" would have been fierce; porations or have set business interest payment would be figured. There- temporary loan of $180.00 at six percent,:pro-,
-About ,running his Ohio paper up by way of fore, it will readily be seen that the rate pf vlded a' number of ,contingencies : have,'Teen' :.
but, I allowed about hour.for.that the famous
.TtJan Iurwiagiexhibited') '. TIn aa plan of declaration of trust. The interest paid on the' loan would' not,be three met. In other words, this remarkable contract-" ,,
,. : doZen .mile and made it without'rou- decl.t.tlon.ot trust usually I. resorted for, percent, but in case of contract holder number provide $bat alter'-contraet'boderharpaldf r
conducting: his conduct- ble. A* a whole the'jroads we found no other purpose than to receive the benefitsof ten. the rates of interest would range from 3.21 13 *
t Regarding: .trflce outrages were very good. large mileage'of it a corporate body'without percent"the first year to seven and one-half into the company Ira first, ten dollar .ervice I 'r
And the/blocking of traffic far. better than northern to the laws having to'submit percent the final-year. He, of course,'has re- fee and $240.00 in actual money\and <''dee1de4'M
In. J.ctculatlnc'corpontlon.
,r While fce's been president, '1 many .. The ceived no interest on the 100.00 paid; before to withdraw after 'waiting two year without;" ,
states. 1
promoters in such ceases"are! very careful to getting the loan. ,", ; '
.. Why, then; naturally'follows; e absolve themselves re.ults" be may receive back $190.00 of, his

It must have been mighty hard > ANOTHER. KISSIMMEELAD\ of any liability whatsoever THE AVERAGE CONTRACT money,.the company ,retaining-60.00 of J the; ,fix .MfJ.-
as individuals '
, To have met hi* payroll f" LEAVING FOR COLLEGE Florida. or \ trustees. There'are in Taking contract holder,number fifty for example money he paid in after having) 'the Use of,, his ?Ill I ;
Every SAturday11lght.. i at this time loan companies using' the ,' this, being the average ,for the- ,bleck.W1I' money for two year ,without interest: and v I
Ah omission from the list of those I three percent loan contract find that.he would wait four and two
Yassum. .. (or four percent),,, years rendered him' nothing whatever of valde'olh. '
leaving Kissimmee to take' up college operating local corporations and under the months before his loa/i would be available, and tI
....&.1. thank you. who' although declaration he will have paid in five hundred dollars in addition I. return. R.t. '
work, is Chafes O. Nave of'trust plan.
.. claims to his initial fee of ten dollars. He It is remarkable that any person endowed ,"i' '
f. Collections Seem SloW'I I ,but a recent-comer THE'CONTRAtt ANALYZEDA """ would receive.a return of the five' hundred dollars with ordinary intelligence would be. taken in "..+ ">

:'. Richard LJnthkuro, publicity man I Kissimmee for his home. He will sample contract: used by one of these loan paid and a loan of five hundred dollars to on a contract of this kind, but it fa realized '!$ '
worTc in mining be paid in ten dollars month. If be had de. I
with, headquarter take up his third year companies per
for the democr.tlc.part, operating
; ., at Leland-JStanford.. Following under the declaration of posited the $510.00 in the savings the that there are many good citizens who are
at Washington recently; sent engineering : trust shows uptm' its face that practically evel'7provision same manner in which he had paid it into the having a hard struggle to get ahead; and'the 44 ("ire
to'all in Florida fora ,the. doling of the last school for protection loan he would have.received interest ,
publications\ the
;, copy and benefit 'of the company: luring promise of'money! to build'a home;; *\.. '96
Nave secured a job at credit of Thin added the ,
year amount to
young $39.28.
inch advertisement.*
seventeen contract: heWer"usually.found in these contracts three cent is that )
? '
I per ( ) so enticing they st lb
with the Empire $38.70 interest he the five bundreddollar'
Grais.ValUy California. pays on
funds for the national democratic ,
ing has been left out and the purchaser of fall for it and possibly into the avaridoo
CompanyamiouB to. obtain loan would make a total cost to; him on pay \
#t committee,, Richard also stated Mining one of these contracts has no assurance of getting his contract of $77.99. Add initial service loan company some ,of their hard-earned savings . ; \ :. 4
that it might be inserted as many as much real practical<< experience his loan and the cost to"him is 87.99. Since .
at any specified time, neither before they wake up to the fact that they :
!I time aa the editor, saw fit-.nd in :possible. Some of his, work took does-the contract state how much of the the amount of his loan Is, degreased by ten have been taken In. :t
him down the.. ebaf'as low as the money dollar each month. the average amount of hi. 'f'
for the which in The '
'. payment space ( each issue 68'00-foot 1evel -*n r experience, which paid in shall go into the loan fund or' how debt for the fifty .months required to pay off, If the sucker crop Is sufficiently plentiful r ,;
Ii Gazette touches $5.95 foe few students ever meet'to't.ce- much may be .aed'by the company or the trustees would be.25000. Dividing: the cost of S87.99 the company will flourish 'for'a time like the ' ;' ,''t

; the publisher could, retain one-fourth and'which rendered him m'ore.than before - for expensesand promises only to lend by the average amount of his debt, we find thatit green bay tree, but: a careful!' matter-of-fact ," \'"
of all sums received. Many paper! :holder is equivalent to an interest rate of 8.44 per c
the contract when the money I. available analysis will prove that the1plan i* not' a \
the the better able to cope with mat- cent and he waited four years-and two months
+ the notice them ..
published -among camp.lguL : ten from actual observation. for his loan,Ute:: difference between what he to get hie money. THE ANALYSIS OF practicable one. for the purchaser, and is ..,
3,41 A.tOw. Staf. After a. good has paid In and the face of the contract: While CONTRACT NUMBER FIFTY WHICH unsafe. ,
it>the 'Star 'moans: : "' ,
We U. patiently waiting
;'., another democratic dollar. We. f-UI .- fa r 1 h *
r do .'t want to have to send the naiionarconamittee i .P.Meade won a hard game from
( et il1u,1' 1 '
: ._ a solitary plume,,y i4mmee; at Jf'ory jueade on Tuesday
It might think Marion.county &a'7 li -to'fscore?jnSituig'pitching l for .
gone repubUcan -' "J iff'-\;' visitors;.war rwi fagot Ineffective, ... ",' W"

L----- Nom' this .mighttonciude that illevMcLean'wn' ; llevi d him! ,had '
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.the only.eontribatto :IIO" far'received ,locals:a.t .hl'jiec/IJ: Qfpoke -. Ii t .. '. "'" : 5'v I 1. ... -.,' x"r ' .
was the dollar' that Editoi)3mijamidl ;) :,.. led the:Cowpuoehers i .h'the ,a. ;;.;, \ ,
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;' iliPDed inland M now1:feel* shamed ,tick, setUnC,tWo. doublet', at.:of'four I .-.'. t,.. .KISSIMMEEFLORIDk; .I 3'

, .to pull oat'the two bits for the "kitty" trips'o; .the I plated' ;; **also(, starred '-" ,, ,Y'... 'It.".' '{;, ..- ' f , . .' ;.
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UGHOI1T.'tbate .
.. .peak vary First Bapastr ChoreaRev.'JL ,
PUBLISHED! BY di'par fngjy} of th.'pl n of runlinl' vaudeville entertainments :
r TUB! KI8SWMEBJ VALLEY GAZETTE EVKRT. FRIDAY under the of A.. Button ). D. Pastor. ... "" "
guise ) .
0 "chaytauquas" where all the, ;; ...
: .KtSglMMBE.! : : FLORIDA '
1 : receipts; practically, goX the northern syndicate INfbt .J46 f .... p ''
; b tJ school: '
nvSunday 8 :
M? n W,18!,; HARRIS. Prealhnt AUN11W.8ecr.tary, only all the receipts but, hi many ash there goes;; also, ,Lupfer,'.Jr., auperMtendent. t> Qlas.;.oa It i The" Uses of A BankThe \ &; ;' '

y,,{ I''JB O. VAX' ." W.10.. THORNPTKE.: :; Editor cash; '.. from the aev.1'gllarantore of the fund. for 'allages..: Join.< .\he .pavtor's claSh.11:00's. " ," ; .". ,-'. ,
\ Jt is a if act that a better class of entertainments can ro-Sermai J.) the p"atjr '... . "' .'
.1I..oa..ONRATE.,, be brought about in Kissiromee< with all home talent. 7:00 p. m.-rB. Y. P. U. live .Ion. ,, \ "
'I On* CoPY. On. easy...a.---: ; _.......,..-..-...00 Not'with so much grace and gloss .. would .be service.- Miss Grace Gilbert' pee.i- \ . .", "
'y On* Copy. Sl& -K "tl ...._.._..-._---*-..__...,.*._ 1,00 aeen bya aent. J', ..,,,, "
,, Oi CoP)', Tbr... Month_ 1.____...;._.___.._.-- .111 chautauqua group, of"course, would the entertainments 8:00 p. m_Sermon by'the pastor: "Uses of a'Bank than most in .
people >
be but each' are more: L' Go(.
7:30p ,
staged; of. the performanceswouldgive m. -. Wednesday. Prayermeeting. '
.. '
Kl lmro ., FlorM "
at the poatofflce at '
/r rt Entered. a. *.cond-cl>** matter.) -, *' greater satisfaction! would be betterpatronizedat'ropular .; ,. agine. v'/ \ "*- -, ,,( .- ,
Free seats 'and a' welcome to t
t r All Communication. etepl from .tbort.Hi' 'eerrpond-'' -" '') prices,and :would leave air the, proceeds in strangers as well as 'those. who belong ' :With its Facilities, its acquaintance, its. connections'"' ;\
vnt must ba *lcn.d byvthwrlt.. Kissimmee, to be,(devoted to'the' cause for' which the here *' .. >>..
and its this Bank is enabled :
't n )fttrt' matte./will b.. returned It caU.ct' for.' fund. 'was needed. *- ** A church! pf 'the bible and for the "" Organization,;' ,, 1

1t t\ '? I A lecture upon some popular theme bygone, of the people. _'.'.. ,...:alai '.t 'of use to its'patrons in'.many:: ways.' .. : \'

,.;, 1.. .' "I 'hiEAi'EJUCANPRIS5A.SSOClATJON. . ,|I.1", clergymen of the ...!would'.one of draw the the. la wy egg-or, one. of as the laymen -I.. :1':, ,.......'U.....' .1!'\:.:.,;.:,...r ..-,' 'Pur''State Comptroller;' Mr;:Amos, has .recentiy'sentr"; i' "

{\< city same interest if It were .. (Pentecostal) .,:> out a' warning regarding a form of so-called -. '
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. I, 1922 delivered by a much-vaunted speaker of some;,' bureau' J
r' \ Corner and oak Streeta -
under "guarantee." Orchestral "I loan home-building con tract'v tors how .
a promo
music maybe obtained |u i il iiirl- 1 VT- ,
'j : in Kissimmee free of all cost where the cause to-be Walter. Lorenz operating in Plorida.] ', : I I' "'
financed, is a good one and lends to the benefit: of the Sunday<;-School Superintendent .'

1 {:BIBIE l iHoucei 1 *' f R1H1UHk.; public, Vocal And Instrumental music" always .do- 10:00: s..'m-Sunday school: Inter. : I, 1
nated here to any good purpose JlonololleadIn&a/ national lesson* Classes for all ( .

\, dialogs, dances?, choruses,* drillsVof, various aorta,. .:. all 11:00'bible a.;;ro.Divine'. .. worship.. .,Special -. r !
1 :
I. I BEGIN RIGHT IN YOUTHl Remember now thy may be staged! in Kissimmee at alrainimum of : ", 7rl5 p., teachings-Youhg: People's -Ban'kt :.
''\ t, Creator in the days-of,, thy' youth, while the evil days when the net 'proceeds are fora ltudable'olijectl) Inide .ing. .eet-I Merchants and f '

? come not, nor file years'draw: nigh, when thou shalt say, talent I. plentiful. There is no need of going outside 8:00 p'nDivine'worship.: .
the city-except it might be'to invite a leading speaker testimony. Inspirational Singinj.230p. :- '
,; I Have no pleasure In them. Let ui hear the conclusion Women's Bible : ,
"', of, the whole matter Fear God, and keep hi.'commandi when the home supply became exhausted-: and there c:1.: ... OF KISSIMMEE" .. tW .

ments! for this lathe whole duty of man.-Eccletlastes12i' are plenty to be found who would',pleased 'to'come 8:00 p. Praise 70 .... .. ,t.. "
i for' ,
mereexpense money. Preaching.
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Besides that, the home people would prefer to heara ')' cordially invited to all .
} t; l. home program. They would prefer to aee playlet services.i'Come." ." ."Pray. ".0.- . .
,i ,P I MERELY NEAR-PROVt KING INCIDENT "utaged by the little ones-even though there might bea lieve. \

dozen blunders which older people would avoid. Under Methodist. Chare HOME, FOR SALE. A new gas has been developed( "
i '
;', 1f't-.. IT may be noticed in the news columns today; that proper auspices there might be a series of home Rev. R. 1-". Hodnett,. Paster 4, - aerial navigation. it is called cur- .
6 ,: the editor of The Gazette has been arrested upon two productions !staged In Kissimmee during the -comingseasonand :One of tne prettiest and,best-locat- renium and costs $100 a thousand cubic
'j charge He is now out on an appearance bond. The : each one would serve to give evening rehearsals 9:415 a7"rn;=Sunday school. J." L. L!d homes in-Kissimmee. Nicely fur feet less than it costs to producer-
i charges are alleged to have occurred on Friday, May 26. and occupy! time 'which might be Jess profitably' 4:00: p. nu, superintendent.under' League. .> nished. Half cash-balance terms to helium. It is non-inflammable'

t c u Complaints were sworn out on Friday, July 7-seven spent. .. 7:00 p. 'in.-Senior League devo- suitJ.: M. DUNCAN, Exclusive has a lift about the ..

weeks later and the arrests were made seven :week. after FORD REFUSES TO PAY FOR SPOILSBEe..USE ional. > Agent- 88-tf1 i same,, as pure hydrogen. tk,,

that; :Saturday; August 26. As the matter was pending Pretbyterian Caurcfc .
't' tm fourteen weeks it may easily be noted that--nO--\J -- of a supposed underhanded scheme to aid ,
'; ';r due.haste was used in bringing matters to the crisis. Itmight the two general strikes the steel trust recently increasedthe Rev. W. H.. Dresch, D. .D., Pastor. ...

'j; be hinted) that those swearing to the charge were payroll of its workmen twenty percent. This was 0:45 a. m.-Sunday- school.

deep students pf the poets, and could say with Shakespeare thought to be a most wonderful act-but there was a 7:00: p. 'm.-Junior Christian En- OUR
ti, : method in its mildness. Henry Ford, a very large consumer deavor.
"Vengeance I. in my heart, death in my hand; of the products of the steel trust has been 'Ad- 7:00 p. m.-senior Christian Endeavor .... .
1' "Blood and revenge are hammering in my head." vised that the price of steel ingots which have been : \l_ .-

\ The first charge ill that a political notice was pub- billed to him at $1.40 will now take advance to two dol- I Christian Church is quality, gpod -service, and reasonable prices. Your .
; )Jibbed in The Gazette without the annexation of the lars-and Henry naturally refuses to pay the excess.
word "Paid' political advertisement." This l is so silly Thus speaks Ford to the Associated Press: Allen J, Miller, Pastor. electrical needs are neither too small or too \Jarge ,

Si as to appear ludicrous. The Gazette published more than I told-_ them that'jwanted no steel. I am 'I'[ 10:00: a. m,-_Sunday ilchool, C. E. '_ for us. We are here to give you service at any time. \ ,
one hundred such notices. There is not a weekly paper to -dewn.becau"e: I)-111 not pay graft to get cV>al, .1 Yowell superintendent.
in Florida that published less than fifty like notices nor will I pay an excessive price for steel. 1 could I Avhrt 11:00 Must a. m.I Do- Sermon.To Be Saved Theme?" : Estimates cherfully given: ,

., And some as many .. two hundred all lacking the get coal if I were willing to pay graft. Coal is of-I I 7:00 p. m.-:Chri-jvian Endeavor.:
"Wrd "Paid political advertisement." Why was the is.t fered'to me every day at an excessive price. I hada I 8:00 p '",.Sermon. Them: "The Kissimmee Electrical Company .J {j
*? sue of The Gazette of the date of Friday, May 26, singled chance to buy 60,000 tons yesterday at $6 a ton. Great Commi ionJOe." .
,cr put particularly, when from the commencement of Four dollars and a.half a ton is a good price for coal I, 8:00: p ''m. -- Wednesday. Prayer H.. p. REIGHT, Proprietor

t'', the1,campaign there were in The Gazette from one to a, and that is all I will pay. I will not be a party to Meeting.,We welcome you to worship with ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ..
dozen or more of the' same nature). Newspapers profiteering. That Is why I am going to shut down j "" ,
+ throughout the state went.upon the supposition that as until coal and /steel profiteering are over. Tolerate us.Will ., (LICENSED) a .
:'the/matter was in the advertising columns the readers such conditions and they will continue indefinitely. Inspect Dairies .

,'r would readily recognize that each was an advertisement There is no good reason why such conditions should During This Month .
'a-and: that to label each of them as such would be a slur gist at all. ,It Is all a conspiracy to fleece the public Fixtures, Appliances Wiring; for Light .

? w, 1 ppon-their intelligence. George W. Simons, state sanitary and Heat and Power.
Regarding the other charge-that of "publishing The owners of the Ford industries can weH afford to j engineer, Jacksonville; L. M. Osborn, 6O Repairbag--
charges .against.a candidate within the eighteen days close down-indefinitely, ff they so desire. If they: district inspector, Tampa;, and Jesse Edison Lamps Motor I ..

next preceding the election without first sending him a close at all, however, it will be for but a, short period Hamilton, pure food inspector, Orlando ,

k aottee':.-apjfcars 'equally absurd. No "ch rge.:_were as' the great industries will yield to his demands rather were in Kissimmee :yesterday' : ineonsWtation 7 Darlington venue, Willson-Buildingr Kissimmee .
.Y :r "i ad. again t ahy candidate during the prescribed' limit. than-that half-million people "shall remain idle. Men withxLeo H.:Wilson, county = .:t ,
There were reiteration of what are' alleged to be of the capacity of Ford and his confreres are too greatto agent, regarding dairies 'of the ':
'chargta' from 'time to time in be made the 'victims of profiteers-and every such county. It is now planned that 'Mr. \ ,
"hlehjhad is threatened is material ,for the out- Osborn, in company with Mr. Wilson, .- (1
"J1a'Gaaett ,was ,a reply to what had appeared move as now a., gain
"" in another, publication' in Osceola county in which put:, for. the plants conducted, and for Henry Ford him will inspect.all the dairies in Osceolaon .

notice sltvwas' stated'.that no answer would be made to self. In a word Henry' Ford needs no .spokesman-his Monday'a d Tuesday, September ..' ,. ..

j any:'accusations 'ot- slurs regarding, the owners or the actions are continually giving propaganda which la greedily 18 and.19, and will'give eachdairyman ... ., .

I, edttor"'of The Gazette} statins'':that ft was not just to taken by two-thirds,. i the voters:! .in**America.'SWIPE !:" .. "' "__ specific instructions how to comply sn a
\ with -the stat.laws._" Two'weeks later ;
enter into ) ttsue.II .
l. }tteranot pertinent point at \ '
is merely barely]possiblethat the slurs an4 abuse "' ,' "OUT THE JAYWALKING HABIT Mr.'Osborn,will again visit e.chdalr
handed the force 'of,.The: G.I'ette were reserved till the ,., and] all Downers who ,have 'not
last moment with ''the ,hope that The Gazette would] !?JACKED by all automobilists in the city it is highly fully' ,complied with the rules and regulations
f probable that the Jacksonville board of aldermen will as given will have' their dairies 'Wliltl
brine new 'charges; if so, the mark was'overshot. There
was ,nothing1/'of the sort. enact a measure forbidding jay-walking and creating a immediately closed until such a '
These detail' are: thai made plain that all readers heavy penalty for breaking the ordinance. People must time as the laws shall have been complied ,

'may.see to 'what' straits are driven the few who may be protected from themselves when they'the proper with.Tavares. ,' .
s oppose the bpen/cleanent, fair; manly manner (In which brain facilities, and one way to prevent serious accidents .. ,

r; th..primarycampaign ,was conducted by The Gazette. in any city is to teach the people that jay-walking: Big Barbecue ..
,Thp:,editor of Thej asette is not worried over the matter -, is an invitation for personal injury. True, it will require Monday September 4 'j .
; :( ; hardly annoyed.1 He has no money to engage a month or two to teach residents of that city how l'
y '.: eonoseC;,'willing) to have the matter decided: as to cross the street in a proper and safe fashion; but All Lake county expects to be at i 4.:.

_ t the" courts ....,..e. fit without argument of any sort or the visitors who may come from any northern or western Tavares next Monday when there are
kind.' city will know1 and'will follow the rules in force in to be donated'to the visitors one and
\ aU large co..munltiplacea that hive"stepped out of one-half tons of beef, pork and mut- .

L .f WHICH BRANCH WILL YOU' TAKE)? the .chrysalistic' coma of the small town stuff. Jay. ton, two thousand gallons of Brunswick -
I.. ._ .... /"' <<1': -.. .... -"-' . I walking is not only a dangerous custom but its practice stew (than which there is ,nothing 1 r J ,I' .. ,"_

,' r EISSUomE'is 'Branding' at; the fork ef the road. results in a frequent blocking of traffic; and keeps the better-'provided it is accurately

w ;'We know precisely'to what point each of the branching driver of a car,, no matter how careful he.. may be, always amalgamated) and other foodstuffs.. ,

boulevards lead.. Ina, ,stateof, worriment lest he" harm someone. who There is to be a band of one hundred .4% .':.: ,
ti .Both highways look to be alike from the fork of the is ')'lrig'to cut corners." \\ piece? baseball!; and .the Boy Scoutsare .. '
,read-but tboH 'who have gated down from some airy An ordinance of this sort should] be put in force in one and* all, deputized as aides "
craft1: flying over the entire scope of country have given: Kissimmee--merely as a step tcwards cityhood and up- and ... tant.. This promises to be . .
i pictures, of what they have seen. to-dateness. It will not, only be instrumental in saving: ,the greatest gathering ever seen in -
One load Anally becomes rougher aa' the mileage in- anaccident which may result seriously, but will equip Lake county on "Labor Day." A general n '

r, ere seL It runs along through Slowgrorath-then overt those Who maI4t. contemplating trips to other cities invitation .is extended all peoples. ,

shaky dangerous bridge which crosses the .Despondent with a knowledge which .will prevent blunders 'which AI.. I ..
t Driver.vFrom that point it pushes on through the may proTe'embarra..ID&,. It is true that at the present WINTER. TOURIST RATES ... This new =, ,.,. ..,.
time there are but intersections 'of I .
Sorry marsh--and finally terminate. at Sleepytownwith two Broadway where sugarcoatedgum''delights, :;
Standstill just a few miles beyond. congestion of trfMc,occasionally occurs-yet if the enforcement -, The Florida Developenient Board -

k ., .-The1other' fork, has dear right-of-way, with wide of a,Pr Pei- ordinance should prevent one injury has been advised. by,W. H. Howard, : : !. ; I" :

shoulders,and 'carrle.the ear right'through) the pretty then the enforcement would be ,felt well-worth the chairman, of the Southeastern Passenger and old.,, r ryoung
4 'spot called] deantown; thence\ over the Easygrade canal bother and trouble. It will be wpl) to consider this when Association, that railroad 'pas

T on/a: nice firm"'bridge; then,it follows the smooth road revising' and remodeling and, rearranging, : the ordinancesof senger official expect: to inaugurate It ",m.o 1 ta in your; '\.
k through Pushtown, then on .a nice' graded, and shaded 'Kissimmee. sale or-winter tourist rate tlcketa'tbFlorida ;
.highwayto: SocceuvUle-..from' which point a ,lies but a short Tllstance. EXPEND MONEY FOR MONEY RETURNS the connecting lines in other passenger felnnA .aid? '
.. 'Cf"l1ftr' to digestion
Wdda'road are YOU going to take? Which road associations will agree to the ar- :
'should the city take! Which road will be the .best.forand'tbe'future WERE Kissimmee to spend for newspaper and booklet rangement, the final return limit will brl teeth and soothe mouth '
this. generations f .publicity In proportion to Saint, Petersburg this city be extended to June 16, 1923; whichis ;
;v. IVla entirely up to the people of Kissimmee unite. would use about $3,400, upon her own initiative during ''15 days later: than the} limit has )
a' .M selecting the road. The road Sleepytown is prac the year without asking assistance from the county been in.the past'years.; The tickets Themareithe!:II other WRIGLEY I..

.iLaUy'all downgrade! and the driver of the car can commissioners of the .eity eoanj: ]. Saint Petersburg. will' be on -sal* daily up to and including .

i, t ..throw,1ftt neutral and coast about all the ...,.y., It will has, according1 to census figures, five times the population April 30. *.. friends ,to, choose &om,;tOO: ,. ,. < 1.
i. save.'gasoline and. after crossing the Despondent'river 'oft Kissimmee. the figures being 15,709. to 3302=, Summer ,tourists rate\ tickets to ,, 'j
d f onecan'lill :the engine and coast. But-will it pay tot and, thhoJ amber of. Commerce of that'cit, will expend Florida will continue AOn.... until ;; .c.,

,' make the saving, /> _- .a < tiS3d T. $17,000 \ he-way .of publicity, exclusive of salaried> ands Saturday,, September' SO, ,with ..finalreturn ,
' to uccessvllle nteana a iitue more IngMgntalAdd tff' 3.400 the salaries, postage, fayicldentaja.and limit of October 81 hick hat r y

,:>:;;, snore lubrication. is-upgrade-aU'the-way Wp uh- tri& Fi "! ;'to;f'Jorida-thia reason .the pres. .. > ,
-a ,Jtownj-.ihen" it's about tiltyfittapUt; the balance of the ..*.."Should have one' hundred members.each paying'sixty tigeUof'Qf, the Very few .".",
:S_ f wa,... But from there on to the terminus' 'there fere pretty dollars annually, or double that. number.paying thirtydollars deitlaatl;states for-'tjutists'| 'rate .
shady spots.. flowering'shrubs;!-wellfoliaged; *rfruititreea Ia.cder; to aeeure that$ ,ooo., .Will XIaaIIDIIIMJaeeur. lick: eta -on',sale' r.dlcf7'every' ;:"day ; .1 .

( ,and trailing vines ...with .attractive:, homes peep- jsuch a quota? 'The 'membership*" of" the ,body. in the. '7M .', ',, > .,. ' ; ,'0) .. ':: 't
should reach' 'hundred.,
x'-<'1' 'Inc (pnt.very little wh e.Wh. \ ,. not take' ,this" road" and' Tc4'V -, two", Y :: y':v .? I II -, ,TOO LATIDTtt CUa.Sl T ., ," A.
fc tappier and the g
more lf-satisfiedt r.; JCIGHTEENCcenta is Wed in -
per gallon the price : ILiZ. '\
New WlduT'Tttaby'arrla
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LVTSiTAXE t BEST-ENpINp EOAD-:EVEN IYOrk'.bt.the Standard Oil Company for'gaaoline that la '..mall rtt.b.r-tJT.d;, Klprh chair and . ,it
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::1\ **> ....' rllE',)*I SIMMEB', VALLEy',CAZETTBV' FRIDATi SEPTEMBER' l.. fi22'J'' y v'e t .' ._ a'''::t 'FIVE ,.;)" 'a'),

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000404119'00 Milton Graham W., S. Graham .
4000,0004 M n of- "
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I.! spending .'.". .t,with friends .

+' *'WEATHER REPORT :* InJOrlando I U,.I.. ,t :

C'f, +'perature' Official and Bulletin.precipitations'et daily tern.for- 0 Try ear Columbia, Yellow Free lOR l'' '. !

Peaches. The quality will t1****
tiered by' the Klssimmee Ce- : ,
--operative U,. &::Vreather'Bureau. .yea" "The Independent" Grscery,_Emmett f-'. .......
'.Station, for the weell- "n410c 0 street, It .. ,
.& (Thursday August*S1, 1922;, '? ''1 M y :. i I.>.1p' '
:<; : 4 .Mi% >F. XX Woodward; -wta. has been ,Jf ,
< 'Date Max.Mfe.prca.4' her'home for es't, time .. (

,_* :Friday, Aug. ?5...,.8 :;: 'lt' .69;Jt )has .an srnvalese.d.As' >iX be" able toKde ; "" \

f:* t1J od .''Auj, <26..91' f72 J02 i : ;>lK utthe ctty f. K I Just .a few more"da: : rs and 'School win. begin!' Now( ;is the lime to .buy .,

S' .
Jlund..Au& 27_._.. 1'Ul.. .. \. '
. Monday Aug,.28.r. .71 J81-4TmrfaTi ,w.1ohn.Dodge, who has been.with:thaiw. ,1 School.
'. '. Auett99 "lei; \\oM. Ji: ,r'Maktiwm Company,;r' nd hag ,,. these Clothes. This is: the place.f ;
.i' +'Wedneada7I&' 30.89 78 ,73.* been: wccupylng \hnp1ow'corner: .. < i .' ,
of Mainland' Laka streets* has re-
.\Thursday;Aug 81.88 71 .N .
'Z.'if'lJ.; ..4.V* BoadSnriKAW.; made,at'-6.-M p.N.0m ino>ed with his famlb/vto Ocala where . ". ,. : .it '" ... ,. .

**- for..... the***i'precedingtweBtyfertr. '' <> I..> \i4t OcalaJUed'.::ra.aecured.arpq Company. Uion' ,,with ,the :lB01:: and A'**'lr1"**)'i fl"Schogl; \:I roe.; n : *Boys ,"sipUycr: branct( 6f,Shirts'' Ginghams-good; grade:! l9c?. 2J c, :; ., k
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+ ALLISON, FR KCfr. v.. + ::;..t-II '.* -14t : ':': J&9c. .to40c the,pair!" -'wminot I .. ;Jade or' shrink;mily, ;, ..,,' _sac, 35tlleyard; ... ,; '. ; ,, 'p
O & Co-operative.Observer. the ; P'*' "' .. .. .'..
Meoun"" on..tomIP price { \) < : -- etch . .,. .,.. . u .00, +
.........+... ,.. allowed on all job-printing brought to .t'f_ '" Girli ps
ii1Schoolsock's'in' . Close'' out of Nice Dress
The.. :all colorsandJgrades. .
office' of Gacetttf betw.en
." . witli
now 'and the closing, day of September. If'. ',- Boys'Belts; new s yle.' t 'Hats ..... j...., t. .. .15c. an"Boys' .' .
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LC Az: '' .,. .. buckle; : . . ;:'a d:65c: '
Perfect'' work' guaranteed.Save . -'i" 'f r. ,+ ,35' . : : b
; ,>twenty-five. percent., Phone No. r School Pants 'pair ,
: .
.1 .. ., .Good4'grade-Percalelfasticolora "r 11 VBoys" -: I
1t' --- : 54-
u (, {' OfI ' .. .- \ ( f .,I ,: '" ; ; Serge Caps'*...& 4nd: 65c ,. ,75 I rryard.. ... ...tV 12c .
and Mrs. W. R. Itulij nfMr. SprblJ- I ;p > t. > -. .!O "

made\> fWd J Massachusetts, are 'new residents 1 .. SPECIAL/ One: lot :of RugsA'Vftal'vnU'iftEfor
George W Persons a buslnesj v ,. / ,
,'p' on Tuesday to hit branch storei 6f> Klsflmmee, anti are occupying Tablets;., .,\ .,. . . .'.. ,', .. ..5e'C.olg 'Boys--School Shoes at reasonabl -j the.I
.the recently vacated, handsome .. --
at Fort Meade and at. Lakeland. -- ? te's-Too.ib-Paste: lOc : home. 7 t ,
bungalow ccy'"er' MaiiTirnL. J.LaVe . .,, t prices. ,. 'ti '" . .' ''' l'
Shaves, 15e; haircut 35c;' children streets .Their twin. sons*.,-U1/. be 'pupils -

.25 j at'Casino-Barber Slo18: of I the public school..; >' . t, '

Mn. Robert Frankfort baa returned Mr. and ,-Mrs. W. H; Renle,,who recently : \ . .. : t i ..; '

to Kissimmee from her Fish- bought the hlPldlOme:property. S: Lyies V.-Story & CompanyT : .
at 406 Main street are* now. occupying __ .. ., . "
the place, and ;bavingf The entire ;

tow Murray to spend Overstreet Uunday-i! ,drove:: : to-brought Bar- premises put in are order. These Toron- _ e .- . .GOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS.:AND..CLOTHING- ..L '1- ., 4
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home Jis) .sister miss Lois Overstreet,,j merit-made-as jtons'-belUve ,in having their environj -. KISSIMMEE, ELOnID .r .< --........-.-__.,.. __ : _fI.: __ :i ._ _.>:' ::r' .-' ,- rI
attr.eUvepoa.lble. -
who) had been1alfIDe'11'Jv 4 .. T J 1 ', ., (ti' .

Dr..O.-L. BucTcmaste! and; Dr R. M, Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck whl. open' -'her ...... _ ._ L. n _______ ___ . .. .. I , /1"".'.. .,
millinery and hemstitching" hop,:'.t ,
Buckmaster, osteopathists, 211 East .. "
Jackson street Orlando!:, 33-tf 12 Darlington avenue;, on Saturday H. Hi.;. Willis and family, of'Braden.}{ E, P. Hyre of Orlando, manager of Four New Dwellings BANKR PT'SALE" at

September 2, at whiebl.tlme'an.l.difare town, have been1 visiting relatives in the Southport Cattle Company, was ) !I .
Mrs. J.. M. Cooper of 14 Cherry Invited to call and Inspect the neW' I Added By Woodward tea'
Kissimmee this week.. j Kissimmee 'yesterday One 'goodmule price one hundred ;
street east who has been confined to fall ...tyl .. .,. ._,,<_-_._It Iin dollars; four hundred stock eat-',

)tier home for the past month with a Rev: DaVid Lander of 316 Church Try our .Columbia Yellow Free | G. W. Persons and! L.'B./Tyree: of F. E. WoOdward", who ha. added tie on.range. ; four Brahma bulls; land;',
serious case of blood-poiaoning now Peaches. The quality will pleaseyou. Kissimmee were business visitors in ten new residences to the list of '
J. Trustee
city lots. M. Duncan, .
staeet, was called to Auburndale on ,
slowly recovering.Mr. Sunday where he occupied the pul independent Grocery Emmett Lakeland Tuesday.-Lakeland Star.I homes in Kissimmee-thereby preying 88-tf rs
-- ; street. 'It his faith in the future of the city .
> ,
and Mrs. :Alexander Akerman pit in addressing % large addience.For I Mr and Mrs. W. A. McLaughlin and -is to at once commence the erectionof I "' -

drove over from Orlando Saturday a "retired clergyman'-* Lan Larry L. Pope of Loughman, was sons, .Albert and Raymond 1r j jof Sulphuv four more, He has purchased the Bundles, of old paper are -for sale
afternoon-merely to note how. mat der appears to have many and frequent locking' after matters' of business in .,Springs, are at. the office of'-The GazettelOe.-, R
spending-theiwe4 west half of what !is knows::a. "the Better get them wTiile there Is a stock.,
ters were progressing in former engagements throughout this
their Kissimmee on Wednesday. in Kissimmee.
Fred McIntosK-block, at. Main and Call at once; they'll: never. be cheaper.. !
borne city. section, of the state. I Mr. and Mrs.'C. W. Brea'kerr. who : +' ,
I Y Try our, Co'iu'bl; Y UCl __ Free Orange, and will at once begin the I a
Dr. K. C. D. Watson, of the Watson Miss Helen Virginia Bass,, of 321 Peaches. The quality will pleaeeyou. I have been visiting relatives in KissimI Work. These bungalows will be'of the GROCERIES
acclbipa- Tuesday I meet are planning f 6 soon return to same attractive 'workm3 shlp and finIsh '
Manufacturing Company, : Church:; street, returned on' The Independent. Grocery; Em- -
their home Clearwater. '
tied) by his. family, made a- business from Orlando' where she'underwent a mett street ":". It in as others he has builtalthoughthere' When you trade with us you I v;

trip to Tampa Sunday. I minor operation 'of having her tonsils I Try our Columbia Yellow' free. will be/Variety in them; and GET WHAT YOU WANT.

removed. TJiis will not delay her re Rev. :J. A" Sutton of the baptist Peaches. The quality will' pletTs'e each of the four will face Main 'street. ,'I WHEN YOU WANT'IT .,

A! discount of one-fourth the price turn-to Tallahassee where she will be Church, expected to arrive in Kis- you).., The Independent Grocery: Emmett (Mr. Woodward'\has built more than Our' I1nes' are compl.t our service
allowed on all job-printing brought to a pupil at the Woman's'. college.. eimmee this week from northern J street. It half the. number of dwellings that the beat and, w. are 'handling our I
rood on vrry close maraiae.TRY
the office of The Gazette betweennow points.I eli erected In iCissimmee
have,;b+ during and the closing day of Septem- A discOunt 'of one-fourth the price I the"paattwo'.yeare.) ,. and we feel lfur. you will give| vs .
II. H. Lively at 23 'Broadway !is
_.. .
bualn .We d.aver rlthln
future -
-E. B. Morrey in order to be sure
ber. Perfect work allowed all job-printing' b aitght to' '
Jruar.nteectSave on *
this w ek numbered the "pro .' " ? i city limit, i i iWat.k
twevtfy-five percent." Phone",, No.' '( the pffjee of The ,Gazette between of a half holiday en Thursday, drove gressive-ones who believe among In publicity.He KISSIMMEE RESIDENTINJURED --, :Ibis*ape!'F. Isaraai.! !., r f

. ,11. now and the closing day of September. -. 'Kissimmee. from his home in Apopka. Ts announcing some special bar- WHILE AWAY- The\ Cor, tier Grocery ', 4 ,"

Perfect work guaranteed.Save gains i in 'oceries"' for the R ..,. T. K,'OALLOWA'!" ..
Dr.'K. D. C. Wtatson.of the Watsonhail g remaindey<< Hamilton .
Phone No. L. A. of Toronto who
twenty-five percent. ; Cana < KJ-aI--- I
Manufacturing. Company made. 11. 'E. F. Short oV.ldosta. arrived in of the wecjc,. _ ,">'-,, is now visiting in <::Collingwood Ontario ,\'

business trip'to Orlando, on Tuesday:' Kissimmee- yesterday fqr a visit, with while Yecently-attempting. to/lead ----7-
order to give"Bis) new and""handsome; Wilber Warren, father of ifrs. J. D. parents-in-law, Mr', and..Mrs. J. (f More than eight hundred yards of a* frightened horse,Put an automobile,

$estcott car another tryout- /. Newt, of"the Newby Inirj ,)last, week (this, o( S!8! .Brack street,. ". muslin will be required to'made protect'the was thrown l into a/.ditch beside the
seedbed 1
one that |fs being 'on
in ,
ighwater price for'realty '' road. and it ,"'....t first' thought;the :
connected'wlth For re
Albert th.e Nave 'foot of
Button : Oriandoipa'yiiig'$50,000; for th.tt1ree.tor saleJais8ionary strawberry ten. ? tract at:'the SChOOI.DaYS
Merchants -andFarmers' bank1 *returned : Orlando (' plants, thrifty and free from'disease M ibbette street. Mr. Nave secured the was. seriously, injured.. ;,, His manyfrlenda1lerawill :
his vacation of ), building" aven- ; i ," ". b* glad to learn that. .
on Friday from /lue furniture $4 per: thousand. R.VL. > Oyerstreet, material .in '108BIm ee. \ "' :. V
.' weeks ,the east now occupied by a large, .R, F D. No. Box 3 34 '" he receivedrln.rely'a. ; broken ribs be '
two spent' -mostly $ : Mr. owns.a' 1, $ -4t Sl."esand'" ;
Waretsl large
4st' biiKto-ineT.Tiome 'at'"Hbme-. firm. s V T 1 \ I' Miieee -Eleanor Rosen and 'Johnoie tides,a bruised arm, and felt butlit.tle mean School ; : Horn. .
,, amount of Orlando property,in. addition the '' -..,... t
Dresse for Girls"and Suits for
-- --- "'- '-' I registration l books throughout returned Wednesday", from the"worse for" file mishap. An extended :' _
: := .
: Y.: a '-.f' to,his recent prob.. '../ the county are, to be opened jm Monday their "summer school-vacation"spent account of the affair was published the Boys.; We are readyand can-, ...

Mrs. William J.-Rose of '90 i Mab- The heavy'.I-beams "to .support the! and every voter, female and at Junalnska North Carolina. Both in a Collingwood, paper. We save have you money a lot of on Girls'all year Gingham wants.

bette street, left on Saturday for a fronf'of the second floor or the Rivers ,niale, is urged to. promptly see' thebroper'tegietration were greatly pleased with the outing VISITED Dresses we are closing out. at 9Be .-

business trip to Toronto where matter block arrived'hi' Kisaimmee on.Friday,l .made. -and both graduated with honors. .AT CLEARWATER. .. to $1.98. They are Real Bargains "
i A lot of Boyar Suits, 4 W 9 ,l'elo.lng'
of Importance needed her prea and --were lifted to position, on Satur Judge and Mrs. T. L;. 'Comer ,and years ,
Vernon Pol'ter.bu at These'
Mr. Rosa will 'remain in KUimme I very handsomely Mr. and Mrs. John McPhatter returned gut: ,12.50.j._ are f
ence. has been daughter Cubah made Co
day morning. The front a'trip SaintPetersburg '
fitted his Electric this
in '
Shop to Kkslmmee Wednesday '
until Mn. ROils returns.N since that time on and Clearwater Special Bargains.. Largsr!' Boys'Suits roF
rapidly rush.ed along Sunday
issue extends an invitation for all his after, a month's: absence-the greter and Young, Men's Suit at r' ''
Miss Nellie Parris'h connected with -and_ }there' Js every Indication' old customers and friends to call upon portion of which time was spent at At Plant City they picked nprJameitit. ; reasonable prioest' It will pay 1'01'to
"* building will be completed ache4 him. Kepner a friend from their oW look these oveiw-also our Shoes.
the offices of Canon Former and Dr. (Greensboro, North Carolina. The'y
ule. - /: -VMrsJ. home in Indiana now engaged' as Hosiery, Hats (:aPI'. ',,'Underwger--. a
II. S: Gelger, who has een'bklne attPitweeks visited-also, many other points treasured .
: D. Woodbeck is this week bookkeeper at the phosphate! mine and everything; i. y\ ''-
vacation at Daytona Beach, A discount of one-fourth' the'price in their memory from years long
\ announcing opening of her pretty near that place. They dined in Clearwater -
returned to Kissimmee Sunday! even-
allowed on all 1 past. ;
little tHat: Shop" in this iMue. The and drove to' Saint'Petenburar
to. *, !\ . ,. ' the office'of, The Gazette. September. between- eping, held on Saturday.Leo Chamber Of Commerce; thafeVenlng.. Judge Comer: says McCaol y'j
and the closing dayof
Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck will peen her now "Saint Petersburg is a fine place, but
: f mnrmery ,and,Jjema tchlnjf hop, '-at Perfect work ''guaranteed.: It. Wilson., county agent, will Luncheon- )- Served, ManyThere it will not comPare -'With"Kl lmmee '
Saturday Save. twenty-five' percent. Phone.'No.. leave Ktssimmeer next Wednesday for : in the *
12 Darlington avenue, on "was a larger attendance than tho.near' futgre evening .
September_2, at which time all ladies 11. __ __ Gainesville, ",here the annual session usual at the luncheon of the' Chamberof they returned Clearwater:: and Department ;:Store '
Yare mvHed to call arid Inspect the new of county agents 1 is to-. be held, and expects _pent the night-at the beach' anf returned .
lit' Mrs G. VT.' Persona and her siit'.r, return"on'Frld.y1 Commerce-on Wednesday and the Corner Where 5 Streets:"Meet /ftm'f
; to September, ,
It, home
taD styles matters Monday
kasual routine taken
Mrfc S. :F, SchwipnJ: left on Sunday fe.r'the 16. The meeting'will be In session were uptond I t! ,
Richard' A.. Johnson''who Has been' home of the tatter at Savannah for eight -days. discussed. F.; A. Nave reportedthat .. .

spending the summer: with his grandmother Within a few days-'Mr.: Persons will, r Otto Wettstein;, owner of.the 16- .

Mrs. Clay*Johnson, 404 V.r>, make' trip,,A to, the same city-from .. The focal lodge of Knights. of Pythias eat| telephone exchange had handed rSp . }

." non avenue, south left on Thursday,..which'point Mr. and Mrs. persons will is planning ri. special event for him a check for fifty dollars it one Always On My Toes'\ ; -
for. Daytona, where he has secured visit, the markets of north for several next Wiendesday, evening, when there year's dues to the-organization, thus : v ,

mood position .t the Hotel Hamtl- weeks to >eT ct. new good, for will be work in all degrees, and visitors' entitling him to membership, and Mf. .1+ But: Never On Yours l Y { .:

I tolCi their, chainf of..torea.M '- are expected vfromoutside' the ci i Nave stated that full reports as,to fi- ; :
J 'r ty. Following' the work refreshments I nances and membership had not been .-0-

will be ""served t .. .furniahed.blm.' s THAT'S, WHY MY BUSJNESS: GROWS

I the_ luncheon of next Wednesday . ,
.i 1t.'if. : ,.-e. :"-. ; ."': Ofcr guarantee reasonable is .quality/ good service should be largely attended as 'threeI'CUe.b ., : : t o-irt
,; and prices. Your will be to
i present speak upon
electrical needs are neither toO. smallor (educational topics. There were numerous 'TE ;
: "Saturday ( ) Specials 7'
i too large. for us.. We are hereto I(( reports regarding the' progressof ,.

give "you service 'at'any time. Estl-! ,*the strawberry Issue-but these .

ma tes cheerfully., given. Kissimmee ['will be found elsewhere. 10' Pounds Fancy RJcp . . :. . . . .. .. .. . .$ j60. (
Electrical Company: H. O. Reight. I The mena.wae especially fine--and 1 Pound' Custom House- Coffee. . . . . '. .33 t
j '
proprietor,, 7 Darlington avenues the dessert; a gift from the Kissimmee 12 Pounds Granulated Sugar ; . . . . . r.' '. tOO

.. (. 'Why Wait, Until! The Last Hour r when we will l be' rusted? ',Kissimmee..Dr.-William_ Smith. director of the. .i I' Dairy, was Company a-.most,pleasing-Lee Rogers. tddition.proprietor 24-pound""6ack Pillsbury Flour. . . .,; . .. .,. 1.28 'h24pound :

Sack White Ring'Self-Rising . . . 1.15 '
Florida division the Near East nt. j
\\1 the child will
%We' can' tell you now TexfcBooka.and' $I1ppUes'the. lief, was In Kissimmee on Tuesday, FORMER .CrnZEN PLANS Pounds Irish I Potatoes. .. . AO f
., L A e*
1,6- MAKE AN'EARLY:TRIP HERE1FOR: looking'. after details preparatory Jto V TO VISIT KISSIMMEERoma Pounds Snowdrift . : h.. . , f. . . .,,. . 1A2 ,
: effort collect clothing' "
: "" : \ ; : V SUPPLIES/]' at making.' later an date for to the aid:'of-suffer- Thomas, at one time ih holding'' late No. 5 Franklin..Syrups. . . .. ... .. . . . . . /J5 ,;. (f! -' '

t an important position with > I 1 Pound Best Creamery Butter. . . .". . .". 44 I ..
Is and
11' I !l1i en., He very enthusiastic expressed r ,.* yi.
"P NOJLs. PENS,.RULERS, much satisfaction at the manner Banky} writes': from Patterson GeorersThomasCompany
. .. .. LET' ,. ERASERS ;INKj- in which'the press. f,Floridahae. ; ..- .. ,____ THE, ;:i.r.SEST. '" .-,TOJE1ATJFOR-'LESS.. :. /\.J, ,.. - j.. ',
BLATES''HOTEBonm ; assisted-fD'-'the'WQrk-durhta--the--pa.t.
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.r ht ,Kissimmee this time- ,_ A. It' ,
Ir I'... ,A.,discount'of;otje-fonrth the price : long-before '" !

Qliner'S :Yq er( opn ny: : ,:flowed the office, on'all'of"I'h.e'Job-printing'',gazette brougbt.tq'. between'''I I I,but the cotton]'. .ve'bMu buainesaopening delayed on account pp wear of> ,_ ;-' JrH. I "* uLiyy' : 1: 1.: : 'T I 'r.) '"

7 the"closing of Septem' ly this'season..*, \ Just as soon as the .
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: ;Ofdclal -Supplr.fitorL f
r ,ber..: ,Perfect ..wore,;; ;:.guaranteed. aeasoii' closes for shippingcotton'toartd : 1 v :? l' ry.j! _

' lv > .' --K. ,Ij"': . -t.. "M.. ''r&m Save".r Rentyflve s peregrtt..: ;:' -Thone- "No. :j lb.ble," I&torea: I certain'" .:.23-,,:-Broadway, , ,," .tKissiniiriee-. : ,. ?
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BUt I .!. \ ." BEiU8SMMEB: VALLEY, 'GAZETTR '.FRIDAY 'SEPTEMBER. 192! r .. .. l.

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The finance:committee,of the Chamber Ruling On. GasolineBecause ; i I ease,;;=a+ow eMea qt aye.ern ;"

'of Commerce Jias been collecting I '' / : (:lQ.:: wrat eezowG H A t&r,. .w.R MLLK'. .
I th4 ) regtei'.court of Flop.Ma 4 '
,dues GR T- ,, Paw ease
I lp'1 "Neponset' from oldetmemben''ot. ; > theCbambe revejsed \Usruling on the legality I ..
j >rand soliciting; new membersand tttJ
,has ..ohiey'ed.pod results/ ',,of the gasoline.;tax,',of one" oent'.pet'gallon I

and has declared: the Jaw conBtitntlonal -. ,1,1ij
Every member of the Chamber of :! *' .
Commerce runs across spmeone'once'ln ,.the added ,one centrwhich I -1

Rugs a while''who should belong .to this ,,each" consumer hap, : been' paying,will: /
add considerable to the state road :
organization and we ask each one io .J' .
fund. C

r. 1 . take the trouble to get an application I t Of (tie ,twentyne.j:)oi( companies I ,..
blank and make such people members.. "
I doing business, in the\ tate ,but one ..4
We need them I
just as we need< you. ,
the Escambia Oil Company has continued a11e1NA '. cj'
The dues are eedlnciy' small and. .I S ,
io into the state treasury
pay ...t
NepoosetFloOfl'COveting it'is only by having a larger membership .
the by law It has "
'i sun prese ibed ;
that we can. increase.'our,:activities : done 'this even: since tho'1aw wa'de! ;'"
:. r .
and, usefulnessWe
neeo/tmore ,dared invalid-.rpln'i that 'all mathtens ,e //1!

publicitymore; advertising ,matter, had not been fully adjudieptedand r
and we !must have an adequate revenue '
that's. it collecting the extra cent
Y to obtain these "things",which go from the retailer' 'and the ultimateconsumer .' Produce>> More Milk at Lower' Cost' ,

Y so far towards the making, 'of. a bet- ,
the -
th x
was paying: ..tolL- "

b e ter Kfssimmee. ?state fend might well be aided.' That's the way to make'. profit nowadays..Horace MJooes.N r I

We should ask out-of-town ownersof 'WIhe.rLth,.cape .was >!firstjbroughtln.. extension dairy specialist of.the South Dakota College of Agriculture ..
Kisslmmee '
COBK members and call property' to become to court! the big oil trust wrote,to ,the at Brooktags, says: f ii
to their
the fact that'a .attention comptroller 'ind 'suggested 'that'' the "Tk (ollim.t. otm mi dairy farming ..'.. ....* .-.! 'it:
o membership with us tax of one cent a gallon'lhbjald: be pat a preAt from milkiag cwa. 'Profitaa.1.;; { .. r.4! j

Y LINOLEUM should not 1>41 considered as "a dona- in escrow in some stated bank-'thetotal'to limotmt UM cat .f ......wctioac t. taw Vary lwrta : '..
tion, but as an investment, since the .' U steint. This can be accomplished, tot byi re* '
be paid to'the' state or returned I y
.O actual accomplishments of this Chamber diadng the amount of feed given a cow bat bji ad-
'to the various branches of theoiicompany and tn. aocb j
snmiaMiiag feeds in auch proportions
will and
are continually: creating '
the court 'decision the cow''
-- a* -ejvantity-aa-will

W. B. Makinson Co. .dividends property* advancing" the value 'of-j might justify. The reply of the '*...o-reach.. ,, her maximara. produet -* - "

comptroller was so pertinent it is well- _
This Chamber I
of Commerce here .
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I worth persual: "- -- : -eow. >n pasture need. ome concentrate
is composed of 90 percent of (
the < "In reply to your very recent letter I because crass lacks the PU
)>usinessmenhail.glv9njtsmor l I
= relative making a deposit of the one milk-mating elements. Purina
and financial support to the strawber proper :
-. -- -- -- -- cent a gallon gasoline tax with some Cow Chow supplies what grass lacks.

ry movement since its inception, and bank ,to be held in escrow pending final -. Cow Chow cuts, the cost per gallon
we to believe thatit
J: W. ThC ::D:1psC: is going every to be reason a success. You will decision pf the case now before the of producing..milk-gets more milk mi"
I |supreme court to avoid payment of the from fewer cows.

t Licensed Director \ agree bound that to create a enhanced values result on is I penalty provided'' by law, will say that Cow Chow will ,, put- .the proof of, ----5-
funeral admit that dealers in
must gasoline '
Storm omd ".,..1 all real estate. There can be no other -:.I you, more summer milk profits right in
.this tax from
.-o .. A Sho.,. ,_.s_;;;;;;;;:S.rdce'rtR.aLr.ds deduction. We are merely 'citing line,people are nowi, and: collecting: from: _recent increases the milk pan.FLORIDA.

All ,.., this onto instance.. : There will be oth-
Stewart Acemtt i in price of oil it would seem that ssore :
J Kiai", ... t High I I Grade Anbnlaote Service at Call ers.We consider '. than one cent a gallon is being added.
must never the drive
i} Of nee: In. PHONES Recldence: 76I for new members as over, for mem- I II I I "Under law it is made my duty to FEED STORES

I I I pay over moneys collected into the
bership is our sole source of revenue, .
7 - I state treasury promptly, and I feel
and dollar obtained >
:> every as a resultof
t that 1 have no right to hold the same,j
I new members added to our list 306 Broadway
especially this tax where the 'same .
that much
means just so more mom v
cannot be refunded to the consumer
; can be spent in advertising and increasing TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
who pays "it. In other words, I refuse -
values for
to be a party to the collection of

Your Home Town First money from the people of this state Call Up No. 218TWO.ONEdEIGH'Tl
I At our last! regular meeting of the
l -- under the guise ofla.w without the '
Chamber of Commerce, a discussion (
I samjgbeinp: used for the purpose for
was had relative to the unsightly appearance |>- '
which it was collected or returned to
of lawns and vacant lots in
the who paid .it.
person .
Kissimmee, and in order that some 1 J w
I "You are in this position: You pay... o ooo o oo oooo ooo.
kind of a movement could be made to '
S Overland is one of the most the tax, charge it to the retailer, who .
correct this apparent neglect a com
collects it from the pub
popular cars in America today mittee o/ three was appointed' S ''lic. You get your money consuming back. Should j.d.
+ ,
Gilbert C. W. Griffin and S. L. Lup- //111
the decision- the court be decidedin o.
: and stands more firmly intrenched'than fer, Jr.of the"fhese Chamber three with of Commerce the secretary I i i your favor, you want this money '

: ever in popular: favor. would be pleased to co-operate with'taken from the pockets of the peoplefor '

yourself. It is not only wrongI :
.... Your Luck'
,> oA any of the women's clubs or other
in principle, as I see .it, but in fairness -
. At $SSO, the Overlandefferi organizations to start a clean-up campaign I'I I I and justice, and you cannot obtain ., -

Wi greater automobile \ as this Is now the fall of the I'my'I consent to be a party to the trans- in biscuit baking will begin with your first sack of- .f.
', value| for the money year and very soon ,people will be
fo I|I action. If this tax is collected under
l than any other ear coming into spend the winter. Nothing -
'I this statute, even though void it
rr'ii r j|
mars the of k tOWn '
appearance should be paid into the treasury and
t1 or city more \fm poorly kept lawnsor
: :
0 i. f for the for which it was
f r S'' :;springbate of 130 inches with big car-riding yards -notwithstanding-: the fact used paid. Then purpose should the law be finally H I 4J
/e ,; forward and, that such places'are, good bn.dlnrr.for' ,.
r , comfort. modern 3.peed reverse declared illegal the tax would stop

.. , 'sliding 'gear:;transmission', a safe braking systemwitba'.quire I' ' spots'sects. mosquitoes.I "and' other..'fin-.. .; |/nd nobody would be''the gainer as the I--- ,, ,I.,

inch of braking surface to every,15 r' :1 result of Hs illegality. 'r I, .i "
Dr. rrankCrane'says "Work for "
: "if-

I. 'poundaof,; weight all-steel touring, body; with} \:: \,: ;' I your own town. Beautify it. Improveit. f "I shall unless continue the law. complied assess the withIn penalties 4 .,flout> \1fi .'- I y'" J

---- r';": ibaked-onAlustrous-finish' \: ,_and,:many:' other '4J: 1.1.:: ..,. 'Make, it, attractive' t full and shall expect to collect them Quality. wheat, quality -quaUtyqeavet1ingril- ,
; .:. exclusive Overland' features. Ii; '. war and the treaty,of peace and the if the decision l is in our favor. If not Milled right,.mixed tight"; packed right.:. "' .: .. -y"

If protective tariff and all such thingsare At grocer's. .
will your
Ir 1', In our favorVo further proceeding
important subjects but wh.t's'the
'.. be taken in reference to same"I. .

'> good you of sweep cleaning your up own the doorsteps world unless I I. There is now due the state from BBsh. Mi lag Ca.;{ ". ft. c. Woodbery Cosspaay, ZSeymoar

:. ': I!" The best advertisement of your business 'the non-paying companies $311,812.- lad. Distributors, Oriaade I II I
", '" .S1. If this is paid without.resorting I
is the town live in. Towns
Lt* ,.' you to the courts then all will be well; but ,
t get reputations as well as men. Make .
'r if action is taken then penalty of $31. .
town talked of all over the na- :

r. tion.your It will thus draw people. And ((180.02 will be added-xpaking a total W.M
by t'a 5 of 34299323. This sum will make >
when the people there is .
come pros ANNOUNCEMENT "
". I a very pleasing addition to the state : AJ t "
f. .I '. fund-and, as the consumers have al- .
the vacant Iota and make
(, .Cleanup j ready paid this. amount, It is but just :.r
them in gardens. ( Make a cluttered jthat the companies should turn over The Dixie i Electric: ShopIS

.,r yard a disgrace. Make public opiniontoo
& PRATHER without cavil.
: LUPFER the amount
1 ,j' hot for those who will not help'U. ...
;; 'i\ BURROWS ,
-,' Secretary. AVENUE. .
ft'" : ..,' ;fj' t : 'Tohopekaliga: 't
"' In Lake -

REP|UCAN TO BEGIN I ern.-.yY ;; The PrettiestBusiness'Room : '" , i
? to . I In several places in Lake ,Tohope .

.r, DECIDE YOURsELf STATE CAMPAIGN' SOON', ;kaliga may be seen the bugs yellow IN KISSIMMEE.I A CREDIT TO ANY CITY. }

blossoms of the lotus, a trifle earlier
)- : Announcements have been made I hi -and better all the time. In fact the Dixie
I9)4 GOING than 'usual says A. S. Reed, who is a Business good, getting ,

The Opportunity' Is "Here-Backed By that the republicans of Osceola countyare 'close observer. Electric Shop is now doing a greater volume of business than ever

rI -\ f TO KlasiMmee. .Testimony very soon, to commence an active' I There are more than fifty.varieties before....If"you are not already satisfied customer come around and J

campaign-and it is probable that the .of the lotus some of them being get acquainted. f f't
word 'for it.tXon't '
Don't take
BUILD our "opening gUn" will ireeound wHhia ih
i looked upon as a sacred flower by natives -
depend on a stranger' .late- two week when 'Howard. W. McCay
of foreign countries;-but. these
ment. of Miami, candidate for congress from waters E. VERNON: P RTIR:
that seem to be native to these ..
Read Kissimmee endorsement. .. .
the fourth district/WIll, speak in JQ +
,n+'e the Nelumbo lutea whicfe are also t I II
Read the statement x>f a Kissimmee siromee. Full detail 'will be ,
P'l't! and the .
the chinquapin ,, .
known as I --- - -
air .
citizen. the to the exact ''a
through 411.tof
And decide for yourself. press as well of.. all [.yellow water lily. .:Alt of,the varieties Make "Bostcard Day"A The :.Gacetta't, Job department Is ':
this meeting -as as !I are said by reference books to be ediblf .. equipped to 'do all kinds' of job printIng tr
I Here is one case of it. \ county candidates who may be named and from some, of them are made Universal Affair on. short'notioe and at reasonabl* l''

I 0.' ,5. Thomason. painting contractor to contest for supremacy with the I which the drinker ."to t prices. "W_.. TOake a specialty of y
r [ 224 Bermuda avenue, Klssimmee, regularlynomtnated'demoentic- I a wine causes loose: leaves for ledger 47tf. 'A,
in the forget his native land." Cypress Pine and Cedar. says: "Tie) turpentine fumee didates.. The county ticket, which as along this I a-i
(| Whether .
N L t paints weakened, my kidneys and .yet has not been named,' will be placed line have been made, in this localityMr. the .u"eation'that October' ftrst S 0' t F

>- We make Window'and' Door I caused lame back.. I was about down on'the ballot by. tition._ I(| Reed could not assert-in fact be observed this' 'year 'as "Postcard '

i ilk"d ,out and when I tried to climb a r. - I ai which time shower of postcards I To : f
: ladder severe pains took me'in the NOTICE he declares that he has never been/ Day" a Wanted Buy ,

Frames. mall\of my back and nearly took my ,' made !familiar. with the process of be sent by residents to friends
manufacture. acquaintances in other states
and : r
4'' I Ih f' breath away. My kidneys acted too Klssimtnee Florida "August 21,J 1922 vi.aiDg'them of the. opening tale of Small Orange Grove,,' direct 'of ;
AlL;>inds of"InteriorFInisb. frequently and, I .had to get. tip- at .
that th
\ secretions which Notice I is hereby given city ; SHOULD I SEE KISSIMMEE |winter tourist rate tickets, man ef- *froni owner If you \4
night to passithe ; first .1
:: ., All. kinds. .of Screens. .fn : 'I learned of Doa 1'. council :will meet on the Tuesdayin Florida exchange the fort to get large numbers of yisitOr. wish to sell
... , ,. burned passage I ,September*, at 8 o'clock p. m., for In a appears Florida*at opening of the live :one:-you i J1'r"
to come .
'i" onA ftr lining to.
I>in "classified" advertisement:
0 Dot figure -.i the fallowing .Florida let me know at once. State i' '.
MS Bill.. \ pur| staattBi Aff s Vnf'* boxes .ofDoan'siI was cured ofthe. assessment roll . Wanted Hustling Alabama"trncker
the tax ,
lung taxesfor
', l'( 'Entire House. backache!' I. ,and adjourn front night with, "iome' money, ,Development "Board's Postcard) Day acreago age of trees, : l ,
1922, .
."il ', '-;; Price ,60c,. at';all dealerC. Don't to sight .1 I -long as,it ,is necessary'iocomplete ; '., wants to'rent eight J>r ten- lae campaign'in: malted'1920-t() .'large October'fl number of stand number- of trees, :variety, t

simply';ask fer, ?kidney-remedyget ( 'said review .and. equalisa-:: j'" :, truckfam.. \with :optionto buy.: cards were' on .ia',; eta ,I mean business., Address t
i- renewed '
.< :KOBT. ) ; Doan's* ::Kidney'PUls-+-tha same that \ion./ ", H J{ . fS)o ,, /' ,V, Address"etc,eta;::- ad- ,,thfl when nggestiopr.yas local'orcao tloo.1n'a"1era ljt i i letters itO', - -- t 'l -l.

. Mr. Aomuonyhad." 0:; r-Mi3bnrn t Anyone wisblngv' to enter complaint! .,.TbereUsMtJe, doubt. f hat\the! year t' '..
'j1 ,
: Co, Mfrt,;Buffalo,,$. T. ,..4 *, ; :: dreseeerWglbeflooded with answars.Every" : cities> got ...actively behind".the I '' Postoffice: Box ',, ; /"
' j pgahrst'valuatlons' fixed by,theaf'sissor.iwUl ; :'andapproximately1 I "Q,; 43' t ;
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ConeoMnttous! : VUlla and Te>a studious..aer .w LEG-A.L. ADVERTISEMENTSWOTICM I ,I I" r aefrT. ., LOST Discharge from army. Iffourfll

In care Bank of Orange and Trot please return to William Lee Davis
\ \ Teaching-Violin Will
at Home of Pupils. For appoint.m.nt teach. I", prifASTBITO SAI.H. .qntw'OF ,!;..L ...TleN"II'OR'T.... Company. a corporation, "_ at Independent Grocery. ,, __ It-lto,

phone'' 1141. Saint 5. Complainant 1," "' In Circuit 'Court 'f... 'th. 17th-Judi 1\ .." versus ; +
........ +W & .* '. Isabel L. :.Waring, et. al*.
cial Clreult of the State-Of Florida,.in Nobles Ie Hereby' Given' That"'? tl .... erie ITHACA WINS-
... and for o. .ol. Country In haneetY: 'Aldrich, purchaser of Tax: Certificate No t Defendants. ,,
J J Lewis'Herat.Complainant...r... .J. )(. T7,.. ....,.the of June. A. D. l.lf. TO R.ORDER D. OF PUBLICATION: Captain Paid 4. .
I Wlnatanler, a .widower Respondent. has< filed aald certlncate. In my ofllc i -* ABOVE CAUSEt DEFENDANTS( \ d
i ,B. DICERSON''CONTRACrO : 'Foreclosure. tot mortrNotloe of and >a.lmade application for tax-deed .Ton are hereby- ordered toappear-to, \ "r'eeef.J= e
.. M..t.,-. Bale Is *
: Notice herebrlveo to.l"u.'ln accordance with law. Said tK .above and $atee.
that under and by- virtue of a flnal certificate embraces\ the following;, described the fleet Monda entitled,. In cause November on" or before A D. .Sig FOR SALE'' ..,.., .'Yb.llret .. Gl
ND BUILDER entered In the above styled cause altuatod In. o. .ola > ?
property 1***, at the. <
'I" on the S4th day of June. A. D. 1111. 1.fir County Florida to-wltl office of-the' Clerk'of tae bovektwasi 9ithaea.
. ,'; Circuit Court., .Osoeola County Court FOR SsVUH-' Second-hand and new Hot ? ll .
Special. Master appointed In this Lots W. T and Z of J. J. KeensSubdivision .t. .. .
; "
'Brick-lay far plaatrtnTii House,. Klsslmmee, 'kart-ieoreee. sausage. and peanut butter .
: Florida.- the
Lathing *
same .
cause.*will the first In Just r .1r.nsand
". on Monday Fep.lembep < .f' Part of Section 10, being a rule mills. conesrefiars. and r
da.f.thl. coul'tl aDd toasters
Tainting y .same being the 4th day of Sep Township If 8ogl". .Kanss I' East.- the ) aheota Just r
sixth sold time..
day or the-month (in on long Write C. O.
; tember.. A. D. ,1'1{ offer for .. and and default as bard aa HX
Mo. 121 Brack Street Klgiirrjmee.B3CTBBS '> The said land being' assessed at tho therof Ball. Everett Hotel.
a Decree confesso Jack.o.vllle .
will be .
ell outorlr! pro .
at public for cash la hand dataofiIssuance of said certificate In aeaJ.
... .to.the. entered against yon and. said causeproceed Florida . 88-x.
htrhest bidder at the front door the name of J. W. Simpson ftf'4l

. -. Of tho Court .Ho..(.. Klsslramee; 0.- .Unless'....Id oorttflcate. shall be re It Is further ex part ordered thatthis Order r R7'BALE--'l'oo houses one ,?.room

B e.. ,.. w. J..KKIBBS tlTEmO I ""ejeola Count, Florida' durinstth.'legal doomed aooordlng to law,:tax deed will be published .once a weels.. for eight (U ,f one ,-room: modern. Apply F. B ,
of aale, the described Iftn
following issue thereon on tho day of Sep Liss '.
Dow -
consecutive Noel street 'Sa-ltx
: weeks In The .KIsslmmee :
; '
Vis all of -
:STEED property. : The Baal-half/of tember. A. D. ; Valley
that ;part ..f' -the ;'Northwest quarterNW& 1 1"-6'OVER8TREET: ''vi Oasette a.newspaper publishedat
a FOR'
Klsslmmee. -One- hundred White Leg J .'
.. '; ( (,) -01 the- Southeast quarterBEY >- Clerk Court CountyFlorida. ;
Osaasiilse-a Law' Circuit ,
--FtI. .t 'WITNESSthe official seal of said horn 'hens, .pure bred;' ..,1.41. a b.elroee .
KlaslBBBaee, rierlsabsas ( }.. "1'4._th.SOllth..qu.rt.r(8W.'IU : Oe0 ota C"untYo-.lorhla.:! .. .
. .. "c. : : Court and tha. ...aaad .( -Clerk-thas-- >< Poultryjamu.. .:. ._ _iltx
of the Northeast quarter rClroulcurt Sea>. \ * 1' .
: '
l.,. arastlso ls "all State ... 1NBH4)>> of ,,'Section* Thirty-two ($1). of at Klsalmmee. Florida, this,the,, Mb r 1 l'

.,..*... 1M.... Cevrta, Township p. Twenty-five ,. (II>)> South. NOTICK .OF'APPLICATION. FOR TAX: day.. of August. 1913 FOR SALE; now.Ulaslooary.ready (..eo xatrawborraaJanta >
'' 3. OVER8TREET.: per thousand
RaosreTwentynine.JBasti lyla 'r PCBD I 5rc : ;
W K Oor., Orlando Florida
South of Shingle Crexk./. containing: | Clerk Court' '
Fat 'Johnston Q P.. aARRsTTJOftNSTON iwenty-flye (SC) acre, more or less Notice 4a Hereby Olven That J. t. Osoeola County Florida. a 88- 5iir
( Court Seal)
% situate InOsoeolaOovmtyrFltrldas'Bam Aldrich, purchasmrofTax Certificate
FOR-SAL.K Or will exchange. .
for Improved
t; CARRETT being Bold In artof No. n... dated the Id day of June..A. C. P. DICK1 OK. t
: ) the Indebtedness .. mentioned In D. .ltl, has- Sled bald certificate In.,my Solicitor for._Complainant.. 31.4111ABTEWf Florida real estate, a splendidmovlnsrpicture1 ;V. rCataleese
ATTOKNEYS-AT-YAWi*: the final d.cr_. And on the- same day., office, and'baa made application 'I of th.. theatre located In ysse.
SALE one best medium slsed .; 8t
at the same place and at the same timeI tax i4eed to-Issue .In accordance, with la towns :. +
l OffleMi 10, 11 and 12, Osc.eli'Band will, as' such Special Master, off.rfor law Said cerUf"t. embraces the following Under and''by ,. For Northern farther particulars Ohionear call Lake ofncJof Brie; .. .tt_ t.. krl
vlrtse of. a decree 'of at
sale and sell for Vsacrlbeif! situated.In PT'- w
"Ila at public outcry property .
. . <<. cash, In hand to the "I b..t bidder the Ooceolk'County, Florida,twit i .-. foreclosure and sale tendered and en. The Gazette Klsslmmee i S-It> la. I. .......
--- - JDe8UOOIJL ,.FLORIDA taped on July 41. 1933 by.-the ,Hoiu. .. -....,......
following described property. vlct LoU T and ;.In Block ( of Robln-... Charles-O. 'Judge FOR BALE Complete set of Marie .
., All of Lot Three (I). and all of Lot aon'a Addition .to KlostanaseOtOltyv', Courtin Andrews and-for of the Circuit Twain and of 'Gene Field.Nice/ ,,1nIACA. 901'GUN,00.

Four<(4).North of'rlehtI..a".ol .The .said is id IbelHs-assesMd at thega$5. Florida, ID'Chanc.r Osoeola certain in IIn.. condition' except that 1ft'sots "
tho Atlantic Coast' I4ne1isllroads ..of 'Issuance of said certificate .in cause In ,; In. a or two.lnetances roaches have lunch one +
NEID'S OeM Berlsnlnsr at the Northeast corner the name) of John Howard .r .. ... John Wilson said Court pending wherein ed on a ._..r. I'll make a wonderfullyjow : y. '
: BATHS Edwin R.WUoon and O, 'T11tL4
of-Lot' Four (4)>>, run West 1.1' Unless said oertlficats. shall' b* r/ Av Lemmon price on either or both _to. k
aa Executors of the last i
chains .It chains.... Northeasterly deemed according to law tax deed wilt will and See rThorndyka., .Uasette ..
alonsr the the Atlantic Issue thereon-on the 18th of testament of'Thomsa. 'office..
day Sep. '
.I elt -FeMaDisease* Coast Line sSouth2.tep.. ;4 chain.. -North .6.11' tember-A.. Ittl...... ...___ ofeased.! > were complainants, and Arthur .. tf ;
a chains to point of beglaningiM.o., excebt < J. t>.OVERSTREHTT. E. Donegan Pat Johnston Kls .
FOR 8ALB! Seven J
slmmee Com..ny., I head of
Good bathe with"water direct from : Beginningtwenty (I0) feet East Clerk Circuit Court, Cattle Uus Noyes good stock _Itle hUDdr.4t interestedwrite
of the Southwest corner of Lot Four I Oaeeola County, lorI4. and "William 8./poU.r. were defendants HEATHER ;FROM SCOTLANDTo
medicinal well. X: >pen' Tuesdays, Circuit 8t-it the .und.rslgned..wllloffer for HHJ Henderson. Postofflce ;
(4t.D Section ;Thlrtx-six (II) Township ( Court.-Seal) Box '
Thursdays. Saturdays,. from ":30 a. Twenty-five (IS), South of Ranllr. i.. sale and sell to- the highest and' be.t : ITT Ocala FlorIda.atx
Twenty-elg-ht, (I'>>> East and-run North la Tlswsdt <<...... ..ato of .......... bidder for cash In front of the Court the.Scotch :who lure area tines -
short drire from FOR SALB
m. to 6HH) p. m. A ll."4 chains. East Lit chains. South I ,.. .......... Clmlt. -.. House door In Klsslmmee, Florida, be I frigerator-Or exchange. for box email re een the broad areas of heather Roth-r
Kissimmoa.- Phone 208. t..1tI.e legal hours of sale, the alarge Ice suitable ,
.... chains. East ..TI chaIn. South I Voasity, C4aeeey. for cold drink .
'.OS, chaIn. West' 4."' chains. South Sd day of October. IMS. the following" Oasette ofHoe. stand W B. Harris ing. can be'.ano. beautiful-Ii.nce It

Order for the water may be left cept'Beginning'at.1' chains. West I.lf the chains Southwest; All.cor ex Oeo.Eliza H. C.Steele'Steele, Complainant, Defendant.It .... Oaeeola described County.real estate FlorIda.situate to-wlti, In' 'said. fOR' was.- ;with: the ..Ug-hoit'?,pleaaur*. that' + *,

at Patrick street. ner of said Lot Four (4) and run It appearing by affidavit appended to All of sections eighteen. (If), twenty chine 8AL.1E; nearly-Wooden new. Apply washlner. 8A..MainSALE. mar Profe aor.,J> Gi. .MaeGUwhan opened
thence East lIe/ feet to the rightofway bill' filed In the abovestatedcausethat i (te). twenty-two >. twentyeightIS little lie' receive .: rfy i.
NiiD of the Atlantlo Coast Line Railroad Kllsa a Steels ,,the.. defendant ( ) and thirty (SO); all of. section boa thi

CHAS. Owner thence alone said rlnhtofwfcyIn therein named la a non-resident of the thirty-two (It) except the Northwest FOR. For ".n Furnished. week. He, knew that,'within 'was to
, _. &-.Northeasterly.direction llf- feetbeherefrom State of.Florida and ahe..lsreeidentot quarter of the Southeast quarter of Rooms and No .
Trespass Cards.
_. +- peg pnl.., af .h..- Ind. t Ban Banardo. California; that she Is 1 said aectlonr and-.ofsectlonhtltr- . each-at. -TbeQasetts; .|0cenU [,bQ.Jo.n tome ..9Uhat..L.-o) lL..ot." ", A '
thence North over the. 'ior1WD1YFOl\eYft" 7tt fear44-all--beiag i '- In Township si .- U which' the .Poett,1Mary-Howitt.-ag .;
nrr"71.ri ; . ;
easterly -. 105 I. therefore ordered that the .al""nOft. South Range II East. ,
Telephones.U -Of"".. No. IS; leer feet thence North 1&6 Met thence resident defendant be and she la hereby i Said sale being made to realise the FOR SALE*-Fine residence property. ago wrote: :, v ? ,

Idence, No. ,111. Southwesterly..parallel tosaid right required to apr to the blU of, moneys In said decree 'provld.d to be :Apply at.the office of The Valley "Oh beautiful those wastes of heath"Stretching
of-way-10S loot,- t"onc.'SouthoU6 paid together with the costs and expenses Oasette. Klsslramee. .3-tf .
Hours: 8:80: to 11:00; 1.00 to 1:00 to the point of said starting place. A.III. Monday, tho.. Sd day of October 'Air of said aale. for mUes to lure the bee.
Section -Thirty-six (II) Township D. 1111.' otherwise the "allegation.'of JOHN 8. CADEL FOR SALB--One Vet Klectno Wall '
# DR. B. L. WILKERSON Twenty-five (t') South of Ran.. said bill will betaken aa confessed br 3.. -6t Special Master In Chancery. Plate. Practically new. At a yen- This heather wa.;from the )Kills) bf t,

Twonty-rlirht (II) East Containing raId:defendant : I aonable price, Apply Valley Oa Blni.m.. .t,Dunkeld.:Perth.bln. Scotland *
DHVTTI9T' Bls/hty-three (III) acres, more or leas..Situate .. 1 It Is further ordered that this. orderbe IN COURT OF COUNTt JUDGE. sette.
In Osceola County, Florida. published once a weekfor', four State of Florida. Osceola County. In I and.waiYorwsrded-by', b
Office Over The Rexall Store. Same being sold In \ art consecutive weeks 1% The Klsslmmee roN Estate of Mary Elisabeth Smith'and; FOR TRADE 'of Mr. MaeGlaihan, hu been her e. '
of the Indebtedness : mention In Valley dasette newspaper published Is hereby given, that Nancy '. '
j the-final decree relative to that piece. i in said County andv State. **ss> Elam C. Smith minors FOR TRADE-Compl.t. annual ,custom for many rearm.WOODl .
Each of the above described tracts This Sid day -of August 1111. 0.'Smith as GuardIan of the Estate of Twain and of 'dene Field.set Nice of Mark
will be sold aeparately. Purchaser to [ J. L. OVER8TREET. Mary Elisabeth Smith and Elam C. In fine condition sets
pay for deeds Dated this let -day of Clerk Circuit Court.. Smith minors, will, on the- Zd day of or two Instances roaches except that have In +WOODt *WOODl,, .

JESSIE D. ULEINMAfl August.. A. D. 1513. I (Circuit Court Seal rT\: D.C 1931, apply to the Honorable ed on a coven I'll make swonderfully , '-' "
J. SOADKL.. PARKER PARKER. County Judge In low price 7
Work Aa Special Master In Chancery. Solicitors for Complainant tTltNOTICE and for said County at his office In 'Will swap for en-Nther-qr gasoline and both oil sets and Phce your order*-for,veneer blockt; '

Copying Stenographic KRIBB8 STEED. Klsslmmee. In said County at. 10 deliver the book. when th.anll* le and split blocks at one for the .um->.4 "
Solicitors for 1t o'clock
Complainant. -4tNOTICE APPLICATION FOR TAX a. m..or aa soon thereafter aa filled the first
Phone 253. State Bank Building 'DEED' be matter can be heard for authority at Gazette office.time. See Thocndykv 3blf mer months. Block dellyered.t.,
: 0V MASTEsV* 1'Atii.In .o sell.'at publlo or private aale the '
NOTICE JUEREBT GIVEN that M. said minors In the follow.Ifgdescribed $2.95 for 120. block; split: for st& .

Circuit Court for the nth Judicial B. Barber.., purchaser of Tax Certificates real estate In said County FOR RENTFOR wood.; guangtmd ;fun;strand. .$1.15..
.. Circuit of the State of Florida. In Nos. .... 417. (IS, 139 '40. .4J.44S. to-wit: The West three-fourths of
F and for Osceola County. In Chancery.M. . .4(, .4.. 44T and .... dated the Id Lot 8 In Block M of W. A. Patrick's. RENT-' win houses uniurnivn- Parties, with small store. can be-np- ;
. Q. Waring Complainant versus day of -JUne A. D. 1.1.. ano Tax Certlfloatos Addition to Klsslmmee City. Which ed: modern; also two tutp I.h'eI.I pliod with length from 18,tnche i
fancy T.. Whaley. as Administratrix of No. 84 and Ml dated the,7th will be baaed upon the pe apartments F'D.. Dow 7. Vine i 4ny .
the Estate of Alexander Edward,WhaIcjgr. .. day of June A..'. D.< 11141. has filed .said application such sale now on file In said street Jl-Itx to 16 Inches. ,No chance In price) nntU -,
CITY deceaaed. Respondent. Forecloa" certificates In my office, arid has made Court. I.Dated
Friday Ifc Get In
ore of Chattel Mortgage: Notice- application for tax deed to lasua In August X*. A. D. IMS. FOR RENT-T..nt..four acre farm September ( your
Master's Sale. Notice Is hereby riven accordance with law. Said certificates . NANCY O. SMITH two miles south of Saint Cloud; winter"*.supply while price*' are low:> ?*
.. that .under..and* b,.. virtu of- a' final embrace'th .,.following-described property Guardian of Said Minors' three fourth. -mile oft hard road; red.. Phone
All ,Brack
decree entered June lath A. D. 1>SI. situated In Osceola County Flor-. aonie. Implements.. Apply William'IX deli _V 11f..l1f, ,
\ MEATJARKETFfcsKriMcixl that I. the undersigned Special, Master da. to-wit: ,. Be... 811 Main street Klsslmmee.854tx. street. J. Bonnhv W-tf. e ,
...111. qn the first Monday In September Lot I. Section >. 'Certificate; No. 118, -.lIE TRIBUNE. STILL LEADS : : p
same being the *th day of September, assessed to O.. (al Kochler: 'Lot U. Sec- ,
A. D. ,,1MS, at the front door of'th.J Jon a. Certtacate No. 4 7. assessed to FOR RENT-Nicely furnished flat.: NOTICE.TO TEACHERS \
.. .. and court hone .n' Klselmmee. Osceola 1 D. H. Went.worth; Lot Si. Section. 8, The Tampa, Morning Tribune Is Modern conveniences.' Low rent for ,
County Florida.during tho legal'Certificate No. CIS, asssssed to Un. 'aummer. W. B." Harris ,I..UI .
1 still leading the1 field Jn South Florida.In I 'The Skate Board of Examiners 'wOl
hours of offer for sale and sell. at
sale known: Lots 41 aDd 21. Section 9. Cer- '-
v.g. "" a'i public ,outcry for cash In hand to thehighest 'tlficate!...No.' .S....,..._.....,to Unknown; point of new*.'Service'' it Carrie a I WANTED. hold 'exandnstlona'fort'aU: rAd.*.' of1'

bidder.. the following described Lot 60. Section 0, Certificate No.: (10. fuller and mon" coir arm t
personal. property: .::1': 'assessed t..I.III',' ;' Lot ii. Section .- plete service than WA.NTED--To rent; of ten ortwenty certificate at TitutrUle' Brerard. ,. ,;t
All that stock -of cattle now ranging 0,' C.rtlpeate.No. 441.; assessed to Unknown any other paper"'in this field.' 'AU the .. ..CHH1."ou:t. .nd 'out- county,son" eptemberlb,1922.; ;
44 In Osceola and adjoining counties ; Lot 103,'.Section 9. CertificateNo. *.; with view, to bujrlnaHlfsalted. '
: n Phone. ; marked wallow-fork In one ear, (48. assessed Unknown;. Let 7, new appears every day In 'the 'Triune. Give full particulars. '. Address ; 0. E.TOWlSLL: ,

1 ovor-sldpe la the other, branded Aoe Section 1&. Certificate. (... assessed > .' From/ a circulation. standpoint : Route t 3ox .. Meber. Sprinxs. S7-2tc County''Superlntendeet.,
.. of Club.. I to Unknown: Lot i S 4,i Section 10., CetrUfloato Arkansas...., A S-Itx: .. .. ... ." .. . re..
:Purchaser to pay for,but of sale, No. (44,' assessed to L. B. Carter which proves a'newspaper's'popularlit .
bated at Klsslmmee,' Florida. thl.,, 1st ; Lot,.44. Section, 10. Certificate No it .surpassed TIMBER WANTED..Sap and heart pine y----;-:-" -:-; -
DR. R. i'DENNING. day fAugust., A. P. ;'1U2. '. V; ,(.'1.'".a..d *o J. S. Stratton; Lots any other four paper cross tie stumpace. Highest 'prices ... .. . .. . .. .. .. t'

... DENTIST J. 8. CADKU Tt and 78, Section Iff.. Certificate Not, In South ''Florida. If youwant' the paid. Will. also purchase, sap and '
.: . \, Al Special /In Chancery. (48, assessed to Unknown:I'Lot 8&," Section new.- .. heart cross Ue.. .Address) Box .114 BONNIE :BELLE StiAlfTT:. .: ''
of it
Over"the'Postof;;,". .KRIBBB A JO. Certificate, No. .lit,.asseised to every day the Kls-slmmee, Florida. 88-to :
Sollfelters, for 'pomplalnant .3451NOTICE'oF J. au : .. can't afford the Ol.dy.k.Fwty Preprl.taly': '
v \ year, you to,pass up .
OTriCK!:' HOURS:' to 18:80, 1:80,,. .. T r--:Ali'} of the above glands being In A.NTED--On..hor. ...allron.aDdard PerfectSatisfaetlon
Residence Phesw 174- KXBCUTOH FOR FINAto'Township 17 South, Raiwe 81 East and Tribune; Enter" your name }how and width. State price. >I'oslofUceBox SPECllLTTf.. / :
I DI8CHAH4JHla belnar according to the: Seminole Land let the <4I4, Klsslmmee. Stf! HAIR', WORK. A i *
.;-0fee. Phone- n. ; Tribune bring the news of theentire I :*
and Investment Co's Subdivision of t '
... 120 North ''B--o; t AvWnue).
*"C' ert .f e.c, Judge. state said Sections. world to your door every day. MISCELLANEOUSSECOND '
.... :iXlsslramso 't
f rierida. 41..1. ( ,
Also N% of NWK of 8WV4 of BEt(
: Rates |8.00 by the year ".OO.for six 4 ,' .
tot Section 81, ..sTownihlp 8( South HAND.GOODS., bough sold
In the Estate of Range 80 Eefrt. ,Certificate No.. I4(. assessed months $2.00 for three months, ordaily''onl and repaired 'The: Casino 44ttNONCEAnyone .O..OOO..O..I. .. ,,
David F. Ravens, deceased.NOTICE t
M. TILLER to .W. P. Early. ? -without the Sunday I .' )
IS HEREBY GIVEN to all said land being assessedrit the $6.00, suflTrrlngfrom tu
whom It may concern that on the llth da'f of Issuance of said certificates as $$3.00 160. Questions gladly ans or malaria SEED' i:ORN. 'ctw'PIII.u. IN-.I.III'I';
day of October, A. D. lull. I shall apply shown In notice. ,Unless said certificates will do well .write me. W. F. Pope GRAB. SRKD. FOP< 'im.. 4 ,
Real Estate Agency tou"t he Honorable T. I* Comer shall b.'.redeemed according I wered. Samples on request. x36-4t .Homeland. Florida. 14-ltx .mediate shipment.All, seasonable '

stw*.........................e.. ..>.................. Judge of aald Court. as Judge of Pro la...,-\ tax deed will issue thereon on : Field Price..List and .Vegetable and Catalogue.Seeder. .10ur.beae: Write for' y
the Id day 1812. :TELEaRAPHY.! Touch Typewriting
Execu-tor I 911i:8fR SPOT-LIGHT SLANTS ON Business tiful and Instructive; eataogue la'free
and .101d. : PenmanshRailway Station
Realty Bought
I Clerk Circuit Court Aarenc Enroll now, :Prepare: and gives >;valuable inform" "" "onfarming I 1-

1 House rented. will present .my final accounts ss Executor I I Osceola County, Florida OSCEOLA. CQMMISSIONEK tot position with Railroad or Tele ana srardenlng tor Florida,and
+ the for
outb. .Write
to .u today
of said estate and ask for theIr' (
(Circuit Court Seal) S8tOKMASTERS graph Company. Wo secure positionsfor .
Taxes paid nnd Titles verified special prleea on your seed require umenu.
1 approval I Summons in chancery wes nerved our Graduates. Write THE .. Our complete stock ''Willon*
Dated 14. A. D. IMS.
for mident5. j I
non- able ua to supply you to advautate
Mrs. Docle ,
OTTO R. BLEECH.S Friday on Eubanks following SCHOOL, Bartow. Florida.i7.4tz -' ,
Fire. Life and Accident {o-. (->t Executor.GOARDIAN'S . I Notice I. hereby given that..under the entering'of a. bill of complaint I price and quality., \v Art
and by virtue of the final decree of

ranee. WOTICB OF APPLICATION -, foreclosure of certain Mortgages In against; her a few! days ago In .theeOUl'M FOUNDFOUNDMan' A. MARTIN SaD C
Indemnity Bond FOR UISCIIAROIC the Circuit Court, 17h Judicial Circuit, ,.
of a'suit for divorce instituted
w .
Court Osceola County. Florida /wherein Bank leather : : f
1 I.................. . '.':," II. In of the County Judge, OsceolaCounty of Orange and Trust Company a- corporation b State of Florida. In Re Estate .- la complainant and Beasts B.Donegran *
of Miriam T. Munger. Minor. and E. The bill of complaint charges tha ownership and paying ehara-ea. C. Florida t r .i t,
r Arthur Donegan are ) A. Straub, Rural Route No. V Klsslmmee. ...... .. .
Eat Bay 4 .
Notice la all whom It ;
hereby given to defendants. I."will:' offer for sale and 'kfter 17 years of married life la Os- s JeheseMIeFl.
may concern that I. a. Guardian of sell during tn.elegal hours Of sale at '.. 1

.r. A. VANS AGNEW, Miriam T. Munger. Minor will on the the front floor of the Osceola County eola and SainLLucle. counties. Mrs. . ..... ,.t\
A.'b. - -- - -- - : --
5th day of September 1911 eight :
Court House Klsslmmee. Florida.
e her( -
ATTORNBT-AT-LAW weeki from the date hereof, apply to the first Monday In October 19SI. same Eubanks left J husband on December .,. a
the Honorabla T. I*. Comer. County being the second day of the month the 24. 1921 and went off. with one
OFFICES Judge of said county for my final discharge following real estate-situate, lyingand
Winter' Park. Florida aa such Ouardlan; and shall being In the County of Osoeola. and W. G. McClelland, thereby "violating BASS CONSTRUCTION COM A ;
alao present my final account. for approval '
State of Florida to-wlt: The Northonehalf her ,marriage rows and severing tAN
(1-IJ of Lot one (1), Block
Dated July 10, A D. 1822. "I""" of W. A. Patrick's Addition to the bond. of confidence and affection." .

MARK MUNGER. towh of Klsslmmee City being a part Beside asking' divorce the bill of CONTRACTORS AND 'V '
.!S, tl-St Guardian. of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast .

DR. J. J. HARVEY. S Quarter of Section Twenty-one complaint also asks the_ custody of WOOD BRICK STONE \
CHIROPODIST OF TAMPAWill HtSGISTHATIOXI NOTICE ill. In Township Twenty-Ove flB), three minor 'chllcken.-Fo..t Pierce i ,
South. RangeTwentynine ((19) Eat II
.... be at The Graystone Hotel Notice la hereby given that the-Reg Terms of sale cash. Purchaser to News-Tribune. STEEL,. STUCCO ,

_f the 7th and 8th of each month. istration Florida,.will Books be open for at Osceola the office.county.of the pay satisfy for Title8ald said being made N. F.. BASS :JACK BASS t J.; 4,.

Supervisor of Re "letratlon of Osceola to this Uhe Ilth day/ of August MUST-MUZZLE DOGS 322 Royal Street. 515 Sprout Avenue* i _
Dated _
county ? lorld... Monday, August T. A. A. II. I' .- -.
I D.'1112. and will close Saturday. October r LEWIS ,0'BRYAN. I "

KISSIMMEE PLUMBINGSHOP 14.The' 1131.Registration Books In. each IS-lt \ Special_Master.- From Saturday, July' 29. 1922 until "

Ejection District I.. the county will bo I.. C'I..tt3 *. >7ts JaaMa4 rtral V Tuesday, September 5, 1922 all dog' H. HAROLD HUME, M. P. SIMMONS D, A. MORRiSONJIt.p
open Monday. September 4ItXI.. and 0. .. Ceonty Florida. la Caaaery. President Vice Pr..ld.nSeo.. 4k Trea.1}
will close Saturday October 14, 1921 I lOrlandotorlgan . running at Urge within the limits,, of r +

w All personswho are tl airs I : : the: City of Kicsimmee Florida must Best .F ortiIi rt laecticid Sprayer .PesJtry Supplies ;
Loan Com .H t-
andtover, and who are cl tsens of I '
Nothing Too Big United States and who' have been 1' pany, Complainant.. ) be property, muzzled. Dogs found at Honest Good Fair Price Prompt ShlpssesUAk

t. Id.nof the State of Florida for th.1 I.. versus ., ) without Year Nelithbofw. Know MR
large muzzles as
1' NothinffToo Small past twelve month., and of the frank' B. Lawton.Defendant.. >>> Get NEW JULY 1st Price List JUST. ISSUED
of Osoeola for the past six months, I ORDER OF PUBLICATIONTO by ordinance, will be impounded and ,,
entitled FRANK B. 'LAWTON. DEFEND 0. PAINTER'' FERTILIZER Jacllse rive Florida "I
to register dot the E. CO. ,
will be released except
t: W. IN ABOVE CAUSE: upon_

'All Work Guaranteed SU e"I.",,,'ot. Reg1.1....tlon. I TOM are herby-.ordered to.appear to payment of the prim of one dollar,""to
*,,-11\ Florida. the above 'entitled .cause on or before -.
To Be Satisfactory the flrat Monday .In November, A. D. I gether with fee of 25c for each day's

..5iJ : NOTICH TO CREDITORS 1811 at the-oMlce of-.the Clerk of thn confinement. Refusal to pay these! .... .0. . *9.. ...00 .tv*....... . . .. V..Mi .<. . . . .tI "t li
CourU-t'Oaeeola County CourtHouse
.- 1.'Cn.a .... _.... ../..... OsedaCeosey Klsslmme..--Florida, the same fees Justify the killing' of the animal.C. +
I 15 Broadway :Telephone 143 Stab .1 .... being amble day of this Court and the H. Drigger :
.1.1I ii4a.IN. sixth day" ofttjs month and In default i N ay J B: A btqE
J 'till'I .
p'ESTATE!: thereof-a Decree pro eonfesso will be Chief of Police. ,

I, .1 wte M. Wht4..n. dcea..s. entered ...&in.t .,you and. said cause. KlesimmeeFlorida July 27 1922. :
( / j \ ''I ,
; Maliua, CIIiQwI "'- and all l _n. having Claims or It I* furthertordered 'that-this order ' .-' .na-ot THAT PROTECTS ..- ; ..

( Depaand.'......".t said Estate; b.. pnbHshed..._ a. week for eight <*>)> }

;666F.... .; ,... You. and each of you. are hereby notified consecutive weeks, In. Th. Klsslrnrae\ "
I .-and'.to presentany Valley-Oasetle ewspap. .spublishedat ,. 't.c.w...;'asd' .LaGri claims and demands which you oreltaerv Kiaaimmee Osoeola CounrjrFlorida ;1
.. ... ': .". '. ..' of;;,......' may*.a....- against*the .:WITNESS the 'ofHdal- .eatof-said. ,.'1"01" :: ::. .
. . estate Of.l/swIesJC. Wkldden. bo.rj-54 the aaod of tae Clerk there- 6" "./ I
.1 AT'SATlSfH5: {
... . tl J.'r'I' .66.: ; : :
tar* aUsalramee.r Osoeola county, of at Ki..lmote., Florida. }1Ja.the "th ; . .. 'I.w
'ytI f.J.f.u. ,....I 1.:. .},IO'ftbt-n;:: Florida. t. -.... .'y : of said aeiat .... h ye4rafrom .,, ... O'YJI; ( ,.. "
aentln'our7eiassiIIsdu1.1l wft ( ,t"o : "J !: ';
; ; J: .La.1rll 4'1'1.r1'UC.cso1a .
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CarsEJllal.iCb ; .
.:. ... .. '. tJte6id: n tt; .TV U"'I Augdett1i.Lt isii... .k\1 1-- ,(Ih County, Florid :,: .. '' ; :

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( Of Expense
SOCIETY'SREALM Part Of. True Justice
I fiN ] : ,
I f Frank C. Bryan, ir., son',,of MrX. and '
Mra. F.; C.. Bryan, of ,No.-/,'4 umner (Capital News I Service)

,K KISSIMMEE COUPLE f\Mr.[ and Miss Frances ..Marine, The, American Bar Association" in URGREA SHARINa ALE
"r : ,MARRIED AT ORLANDO { & of Mr and Mrs.Pearl: '' D. conventlon auenabled,1a. made Many

p The: marriage] i Is announced of Miss :Marine, of Saint Cloud, '...e..' I1& \ recommendations,. doubtless all (wise,
j Orlando Sat rd'ay.tvenfne at'hine- looking towards judicial reform Chief > .
Marion E. Cove, formerly of Sanford,, ,
.1 J thirty at the Baptist parsonage, jlev; Ju.tlce'Taft, whose -world-wide'repu-' '
but for the put year thehead, book 1 Closes Monday September ..
The tation s a jurist suffers not "it. all ,
keeper of the Bank of Osceola County .JJ. Dean Adcock officiating. cer- > ,
? lemony was witnessed .by Miss Grace from his, exposition of.needed legal '
KUilmmee and Edward Meyers; '
$J, ffi son'of' Mr. and Mrs.Philip'J: Meyers, {Gilbert, Miss Virginia Bryan,;and EIJmo -, changes hall' outlined through this 4;, :At 5V o'Clock Prompt

t of Kissimmee Pari.' The wedding' Griffin. Following the wedding' association to'the.: legal profession of , '
Orlando last unday !'the Kiashnmee. andI the country, the things which he believes L.
} y,, took placeat I ** *mi i mmmmmm Hm mi m i. m mm m fi fmiamm i ***+ *** '**'l *ml l*** tl m* '* *'' *'m \:.
Mrs. Meyers'*still retains Mr. and Mrs. Bryan are now making should be, done to make our judicial
d evening.
? her position' the banks clerical-de.*their home with Mr. Bryan's pal' nts. system .bett r.: If'you haven't already'visited .the' Sale you Have been losing money-for'we S'
The wedding' was a genuine' surprise, All oC which I. well.; very well; but have
partment.. are selling goods precisely as advertised. Each one of the hundreds who
as arrangements shad been made lortbeyounriroonr"'tcr1'etum'tcrth. perhaps not well enough. Did it ev- .- ..
4 ------------- '
t -
..., el""Oeeuru.\l\iawyer;-do'' site'd-n trUe. ; .
. -SOCIALPLANNEDc-... UPP9S ; -v Sale. "wiirteU,you his ,is
, FIVE to ask layman for his ideas of judicial l'
t TO HONOR Georgia. School of Technology the l lat. a -
; 'L( Because of the early departure from 1]I,ter part of this week for the school reform BSManaiBSBIBSSSSSSISSMaSS.". >MBSHBlBBHBSSaS. lBSlB BBaWa BSSSliBa
I ,I 1!:;: Xisslmmee there )is to be held a social year, I It probably did not. The "legal mind" : FEW PRICES PICKED AT RANDOM
c event by the members 6f.the Christian can not think ..' the layman thinks, ",',., ,. ...,

''J : church next Thursday evening the (GREATLY ENJOYED fend yet the law is for the layman, jus f

;. home of Mrs. H. Clay Stanford, 20fi HER HAVANA TRIP Rice is for the layman, courts are for RECEIVED THIS WEEK JT1ECEIVEDHISWEEK

i Vernon avenue, south., The event H I J Mrs.John R. Bronson, of 222, Mab- jthe layman.
I i' in honor of five who are to leave.Ki..- bette street, never having seen Cuba,, If ;you have a case of any sort it is Four piece choice Ratlne; colors-Blue- Some elegant Canton Crepe, in Black, Brow,
I docket. When it is reached, Grey, Brown, au$ .(white.- Sale Price, and Navy. Big Bargain at'
take work Miss put op a
'\. simmee to up college : decided to take advantage of an .
i:jo Mattie Stanford, Miss Dorothy Miller, t. to do so, and accordinglyleft opportunity you must be there to defend or prose-' I per yard ._ ......._____.____,.____. 49 C. the yard/._____-_______________.. ,.$2 98, {tof

r Miss Augusta Winn, Gerald Rivers, Kissimmee on Thursday, August I cute it. If they say tomorrow and you

.17) and 'Rev. Allen J. Miller, 10,-to-join friends l in" a sight-seeing'jeome tomorrow and bring fifty witnesses .NOTE THESE PRICES .' -' '
t, f LEAGUERS tour. She returned on Tuesday last' tomorrow and the court fen t

rgP EPWORTH -fl1lecr"WR11! gratification over the .ready for you, you wait. The witnesses : 36-inch Pongee, only, the yard..69c, Ladies' Vests, each ..', .. /-. r. , lOc "

DECIDEDLY BACKWARD. many pleasing events which had taken wait The judge must not wait. lislen.Overallswith.apron! .. ., ..98d. Men's Work Shirts,at, each ..,....;;49f1
I of .beEpworth ran to schedule and the"stttSduIeTrah
The ) .courts
r diversion! _place! and .the_many,.chlrmingr'eceri.she ! '*.1f .
----Le.cur-Pthmnl".1..t. 'Jl'rld.Y'-even" out ont in while and .
had viewed. "My trip Was a de- "
hl 'ing- at the' Methodist Bungalow was ilightful one," Mrs. Bronsoft said. "In the court did nothing but hold its RECEIVED THIS WEEK RECEIVED THIS WEEK '
3" that all comers were ordered to enter I I disappointed, and hands, more money would be saved
the) buildingbackwards at the because some things the 'tourist was season' was not on than under the present rule,-which is I FULL LINE OF LADIES' UNDERWEAR A full ]line of Crepe de Chine These are..yery ,

backdoor, back about the room in garment there interesting spots I tokeep the court busy, though hundreds Be sure to see these' roods'of Suco Crepeattractive' goods In '''Blue, Grey, Lavender,

that were worn Backwards, and, missed were some would not with of witnesses_ lawyers,_complainants Step-in Bloomers, Vests, Chemises, Gowns, Navy, and Black. Proft-Sharing

.' so far a's possible all thins were done I memory; but of that I entire trip part for a large my defendants, wait around and lose EVERYTHING IN UNDERWEAR Price of, the yard_..___________ $1 I 79

"the wrong way' to." Following a pe- amount. _J traveled over a consider- money. j jIf '
: ..I.ltU.' he... a wtrd' _movement! the._ablg portion-of Cuba-gndityoaagurprUe. ' 1 you are suedand..ny"m i*nn I ICAiVTON CREPE=-THE:.GENUINE-BRIDGET LINE EVERY PIECE- f
* *
usual games .and' amusements were sue you for anything you mustdefend I
I found the weather cooler
refresh- GUARANTEED. 'The colors are Black, Brown;; and Navy. The Profit
; taken up -after wUeh light there than here-and I found no the suit You must pay your ,
Tnents; wei* highly: eulcjgized.. (![screening' was necessaryto keep the lawyers; lawyers have to live. If it Sharing Price is only $2.98 the Yard. '

I INTRODUCED TO mosquitoes out-for there are' none." fifty costs thousand you a hundred dollars, ,thousand you must ,payit. or Plenty of.' at.plain colored Chambrey left at, the' yard . . . . . . lOc

OTHER YOUNG WOMEN f CEREMONIAL J If you win the unjust suit, you are Tissue Ginghams, as J long as the!; supply holds out, at, per yard . . . .49c a.>

j, mother.Monday Mrs.afternoon John L. Overstreet to honor invited her- BY DOUBLE JUDGE COMER j I I told account you doesn't have justice show ;it.but your bank Army Ofi cers' Shoes are being closed out at, the pair\'', . . . . . . .$3.98

:. numerous other young women to At the courthouse on Wednesday |I What we need is not reform of the The Remnant Table Is Just Loaded Down With Excellent Bargains
r __
enjoy a pleasant gathering from two was performed the double wedding law from within, so much as reform '
4 to four at her home at 324 Main street. uniting Alton V. Hill, son '
? ceremony from without; what the law needs is
+ Folio wing,grace,', by"Mrs. Belle Modie of Mrs. W. W. Hill, of Taft, and Miss the layman's point of view, which is REMEMBER THE SALE WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE ..AT'SIX' O'CLOCKMONDA'

F' i the following menu was served': Veal 'Elisabeth Brown, who is daughter of ,'that speed and absence of expense are : AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 4 '

r'' ;, loaf, creamed potatoes, sliced tomatoes I'Hr, and Mrs. A. Loring Brown, and both parts of true justice; that no decision .

sandwiches, cookies, devil cake John Redditt, son of Mr. and Mrs H.I I 1 1I no matter how correct, is truly ,
p; and punch;. after which a pleasing'IG I .' Redditt, of Pine Castle, and 1 just if it cost miton money and time to .

*.* program was given by several of the 'I Margaret,, Evylin Rogers, daughter of I obtain. .
I guests and by little Alta Ruth Over-. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Griffin Rogers.,

street, who gave two recitations. I I This,Is thought to be the first double ]I An Advertisement : ; Do.ll8l\.LirnitStore ,
''"i Thos cnjCying thin. gathering of wedding ever performed in the office'J' Of Especial MeritThe
young-women were the following, together I of 'the Osceola courity judge, and --
J with the places of their Judge Comer was clothed in all his attention of every reader is J .

,and with much hesitation it ha blrth-I\ official dignity because of the special called to they four-column advertise- M
J 'decided: to.-state their ages- 101.1 occasion. '" ment of the Bank of Osceola Countyin KISSIMMEE, G.: 'Wlr. NSuC M'P.ANY'* KISSIMMEE4.. .
lows;,' Miss .Brown was gowned in white this it contains a great 1..." >t. : \ **? -!:i' :

'.M".. .Susannah $Sansbury Bass; I organdy and Miss Rogers wore white amount of timely advice-and'will
s4- aged 75- yeat';'born :n South Carolina. silt trimmed with lace, and both were open the eye of pven-the ordinary I 1 ."

',Mrs Malls Neighbors Bandy; aged most charming in every way. Following business man. Thud Js the article to "
,II',.eani both'In Alabama. the ceremony the quartet left by which J.:'M. Willtop preferred -at' the State-KnownJDducators, BUILDING IN FLORIDA MEETING OF FLORIDA I j .'\ :

Mrs. Basle!: Petrie. Cald"eil; aged automobile for a short wedding trip- luncheon of the pbarositr of Commerce Address 1I DEVELOPMENT; BOAlt ,'4
84 years; born in South Carolina. I'the grooms, being very busy young on 'Wednesday -Thj entire adver Next-.Lpncheon, Building is the keynote of progress.! "I F
':Mrs. Mary Johnson Yowell; aged 84 men, and both being' in thesstrawber-! tieement'ehould: be keenly studied. The building industry ,ranks.' third in regular quaurlmeetln..;11 ',

year; born in Illinois.' ; ., '- ry culture, finding it unprofitable C. E. Yowell county superintendent :the country... 'Florida Is having'a wonderful -I this body .whlcb..hal.-brou' ht..abou $. .4, _.
.' RILEY GOES ON, TICKET. et 'public: instruction; ..announces' that i vast amount 01 good publicity for the
Mrs; Rebecca ,Jenkins Livingston; be Jong' away from their home. AIinrJack.onviIle.
development in building.Are (
during the coining week there will ben , entire state will be.held next Tuesday1'
'f77Mrsborn;In Pennsylvania. ( The wedding was a ',most, pleasing The petition,cirn 1.teE In the'inteWests Klssimmee three! jf men' standing you'keeping up with ItT The' Construction ., >, ; ". . j I j i!
4 '* M s.t: Amanda"Nya Wtemple; aged one-.even though' thegroeme yarned of R. R. Riley candidate the fl
''l TT'yeari .' selfaatiefacttortwhat. upon Ugh 'In educational 'eI lea. .These are review .'in the August nuin-. Following ate'names .and address 1Gf.
\ j born -o'hlo.'IIo1 rosy blush of tt .
a Democratic ticket for superintendentof .
Y t>r..Josepb "Roemer/bf the state university her.of the Florida Real.Estate Journal' the, directors-president, Jules 'fcj, '
'as'a life '
MriCornelia".Sansbury Gardner; they bad gained .emolument public "Instruction contains more shows the'I'building'' activity In,i FloSIda's "Bnrguires West.Palm Beach
: ; 0.: 'R- M. Sheppard:, county ; ; fire t :
aged 78 born In South Carolina. :
years; than six hundred names-more than ,
Reading cities. This information Wllsoif t
of Volusia and vice-president, William L.- t
superintendent county
+ Mrs., Belle Nye M die aged 73 .The witnessed by )tr.
4 ; ceremony was one hundred in excess of the number is
president of the Florida' Educational obtained first hand from. official Panama City;:, trea.urer.A. G. Cuori-
horn in-South.'Carolina. and-Mrs. J. Redditt. Mr. and Mrs '
: J. 'one
demanded. Mr. Riley at
was Association; and C. R. Turner, state sources, and can be had .in no- other tner, Jacksonville\ ; W. M. Igou, :Eustisi; ,
Mrs. Ella ages 70, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Red- '
NyevJHoore Hill
; V. time with the schools of Saint Cloud I
''A. rural school inspector, >nd secretary publication.-In September a Construction' Burde ii Loomis, 'Jr., Pierce; D. M.
years; Shorn in Ohio. .. ... Mr. and Mrs.. CT.: A. Rogers, Mr. ,-but at present Is principal of .the .
of the Florida Educational,jAssociaJon. Number will belsiued. 'It ,will( liowry, Tallahassee; R. E. L. McC 4J' ... l
'Mr.: /Ella Allln Lander; aged 66t and Mrs J. H. Redditt, Mr. and Mrs. ; "
.. schools of Jasper., The 'signatures have sVorie DeFuntak .
' special on.buildingfromevery kill, Springs; E. G. Jewell
Drears born,, in Missouri. I IT.' !: Dowden Miss Edna \ >
k ; E., Rogers, I were obtained in the counties of Hamilton '
section 'of and'will Contain Miami .
Plans have been completed by whichtnjae Florida ; C. E; Stewart, Jr. ,Tampa;
'The,,affair'was' a\very happy one :,Miss Chloe .Rogers, Richard Rogers, ] Bradford Suwannee, Columbia, three able will be Information wl eh'.11I place and C. S. Ucker, Savannah. '
< I ; men. guests
ip ;froro" TH>mrn neement tofinish., and Erbert Hill. I Putnam, Palm Beach and Osceola. I.
>fthe! Chamber 'Commerce at the' Florida favorably before the eyes of
uacheon on Wednesday noon-where thousands who are interested in. this- LIKE "WANDERING JEW"FALES "

'. ; Ill IUUIIIIIIIIIIIII n U lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilinlllllllllllllllll l11II1I111I11I11I111111I11I1110111I11I110111111 they will speak upon:,very' timely'top- state. .. KEEPS AMOVINQC. < ,

N es. A prior meting will be held at The Florida Real Estate Journal is ...?. Fales and party, of Klsiini- 6,
the of theVcounty carrying,.a message to those thousands
office superintendent mee Florida, passed through Bethel ;
. ., = in the courthouse. with; every)" issue, and .the. circle Tuesday in their house on whee :

I t..... \. of its 'influence, Is 'increasing, with They started from Kissimmee the last "
"/ W 'II WEEDS EASILY CLEARED !each succeeeive'ieauet Every'phasa of week In* April, and have travelled' .{ 1
i Getting down to business the -FROM ALL LOTS I Florida progress 1* given attention
; ...KACANT; camped ,by the roadside- 'throughliia i.;.
I As, land is the all value the of into New
II number states and ''r
t 'If carries' ber intentionof scope of.,the Journa)) is unlimited.It Bream '
v Tampa out. wick. They had registration ': \
'e Facts: of the Case: I cutting\ the\ weeds of all properly has been pronounced leading real Florida, New' York,. New BrunsWwk p
The Bank With
'' in the' but the
owners after 'they have had :five estate journal country, arid Maine attachedto their car. They

:::::::: ,. ,' "the .' .. . rare = day notice sod failed "to do it 'that I ambition of its publishers is to make were- 'loud in their praise( 'of the besjuy.ttys .
city will have solved ;. proposition 'it so Interesting and trustworthy that; of Maine.-Citizen, Bethel,Maine. i

'!-. =_ . Ability '_ that unless: .you are saving your .hat has been! a vexatious one to all...lib readers will forget that, it has a '" flak. ,,,;-''
,E earnings you = Down to brass tacks it'.*the only wry. trade titled. For Rent-Nicely furnished f '
with fireplace three ,and bath j
andWillingrie will ; room* *
In[ town most people ;
= I
Subscribe W. B. Harris. office. > '
for The Valley Gazette Gazette 44-ti }
.. cut'their weeds and clean up their .' -I ;
.j.ji < ,
F ** premises :when requested to so bjr ''f' F
== the authorities in the interest of .. '
i t ;
to ServeDEPOSITS + of an injustice to voursejf and family. health there also ..manhtlnorlty' .. .
but are a
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5 who ..will'pay no' notice to
;::::: : CONSCIENCE' \ === any request' or .deinand until"'Torced The: ; Hat Shop ;
ry t INSURED I : to do so." tW >be city to do the I I
I \ whispers to you to save while you have the work airy Ynake'tbeai pay for I( ls I .

% t": : :.. opportunity. Spend only when you have to. The proceeding'health along of the, the*niauyAlrould;proper lines.not. ";k. -' '* 12 Darlington-Avenue' .' '}1 1yiUctHAVE lit'

.;' __: : .. .. J, .e e Not what comes into a man's hand, but .r::: be placed in Jeopardy by;the 'negli- .'. .. I\' I f

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Palm' Beach.and; other citieson .
1- the edit coast h* .rhad no/trfruble \ ,. -. r tYW .

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notice having been 'served on all owners :

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} yrr '-was triven. The penalty**as to "

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