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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 8, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01080
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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ELECTRICITY RATES DEATH CAUSED ,FROM Local, ,Baseball. Season" Closes PUPILS SHOULD READ ENDORSE' AMENDMENTTO


FAIR IN KISSIMMEE: OVERTURNINlj'lRIlCK ITS SERIES,OF GAMES : ,OF PUBLIC MATTERS BENEFIT SCHOOLS


%'.. Sliding.i Price. Scale Brings Mother, and Child Pinned With Excellent Playing Score.'Interest Is Sorely 'Needed Special School Districts
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Cheaper Service Than Ton Of .Ice .. State Officials Say Should Have Right To
Beneath : -' ._____ ; .____ oL
Many 1)th Cities -- h" Daughter. 'Dles '' :Final --Game' Was A.:Splendid Eleven Inning; i Contest For EducationFarrls ----. .'Increase-Millage. ." "'

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1 With The Crack Team Of Eustis Labor The of' the Chamber of
on Day luncheon p
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Few residents of Kissimmee real- By the ,overturning "of a truck of Davis, director''of the school
ize the value of.the municipal electric the Rosen Fisheries driven 'Walter I I'' Resulting In A Score of 7 To 7 service department, has issued: the fallowing 1-.:Commerce on .1Vedl'1eaday.attracted ,
by the
largest attendance even there for
notice to all school
plant-what it has done for the city. personal
Guffy,. Thursday, little Alma Bronson, boards and in thestate many a week-and was, a most, enjoyable -
There: are some who fancy that the (Bob Grant) principals -
coats are too high) -until the rates are the nine-years-did daughter of Mr. The curtain rang down on baseball.in Kissimmee on Labor pay when with an urgement that the project*betaken affair. Several women participated

compared{ with other cities of about : and Mrs' 'Arthur Bronson, of Campbell the Cowpunchers played Eustis an' eleven: 'inning tie, 7. to 7, in Tavares. up in an active manner I in'the gathering and their

,MJe' samto class It may be said, and was' injured so severely that she Darkness halted the game which was a slugging match .in the 'opening Inning I "The county newspapers are doing I II numbers appear 'to increase., from
'''fl!|.:well-known, that the large municipalities died in an Orlando hospital at an early *, but which developed into a pretty pitchers' battle between Story' and a great service;but the ignorance of week to week. .
furnish' light and power at a hour( Saturday, while Mrs Bronson, Sanford in the later stages. I a great part 'of the people in ;regard I At the opening of, the business, .n.. '

lower: rate per kilowat than those ;!her mother, was so severely injured The season of 1922 has been perhaps the most successful campaign Ito the 'affairs of'the state and nation,I i iis '. lon President Howard Kate; paid
I'|I tribute to of the members of the
one
plants whose patrons number far less; : from the weight of some large cakes ever waged by 'a local aggregation. Atotal of 50 games made up the sched : a matter of grave concern to you,
but a bit reflection will eajily ex;'"' of lee which; fell"\ upon her abdomen, ule. Of these, Cowpunchers "wonjBS! ,. lost 13, and tied 4. This is a-wing jl'as it is to all persons who love to think I||,fchamber, who had Just passed into the
plain this condition. The Kissimmee that she is in a critical condition. ning percentage .717, a record of ,hich the whole city may well'bo proud. of this government as a democracy. ,Imittee'(Great Beyond, and appointed, ,* com,
plant could furnish one thousand more The 'funeral ,of the daughter was held With one 'exception the entire team were Kissimmee boys and .amateurs. You and I know that It is fast becomIng consisting of' W. Jv Steed, S.
;L. Lupfer and James M. :Johnston
patrcna with complete service day and .on Sunday, and the remains placed Only one town got better than an even break with us-Palatka. The Pals j| an oligarchy, In spite of tho fact
night at a slight increase in first cost; I1 lin| the cemetery af Shingle Creek. are an out-and-out professional aggregation. They managed to take the !that we boast of universal suffrage.,'.;draft. proper resolutions -,of regrettttobe

and' it is'planned that at the earliest The truck which overturned carried odd game in nine, although locals outhit them in eleven games, 82 to 7.5'1 "In spite of all\ our efforts the peo-f officially adopted by the body, .
possible moment when the increased I Mrs Bronson, Alma, and Marls, aged The "official" batting averages are not yet released, but will be pie do not read the newspapers and'r I John A. Gallagher, representing se 5

patronage shall have reached a proper I five; Mrs. S. E. Wood, sister of Mrs. for next "weak's issue. The, pitching records are...given,.below... -,Perz--ani,)I.the:... current magazines withl proper junt.1:i with'United States Chamber of; Commerce,
point reduction will be made. I Bronaon, and her little babe Mrs. Young have enviable records to stow away for future reference. Both these derstanding of the news as it relates" headquarter Washington J ;
Several cities in Kissimmee'sdass Wood lives at Lake Marion, and the boys worked hard andoften.Youngcarried' the burden early in the year, to 'the daily affairs of life and as a made a very brief talk-realizing thai- 4
three had been
are engaged now in the work.of Bronsons were returning-from a' visit and Perz did most of the work during the second half. 'i matter of fact a great number of our guests programmedfor ,. "
lowering rates of electricity to con- thcte' The truck was loaded with Few changes were made in the line-up, which is one o( the reasons voters are at the mercy of 'he dema'gogue. special talks upon ,state matter 'a

--Burners in order to encourage the use ,I two thousand pounds of ice, and near- for the excellent showing made. At first,. Eddie Duke played in almost ev '' .. Unless we cando something Rion)I Mr. Gallagher said that in the asso-

of the current for domestic purposes; ly five hundred pounds of fish. Near try: game and put up a brand of baseball good enough for" any league. LeI I to'arouse the interest ofthe people in-\ ( he"hundred represented Chambers: (berellwerjO'QBEi.teen of Commerce' '

-thesi managers believing that a (the church between Davenport andLoujrhmun. roy Lesley, as handy a little second sacker as there is in these parts, per- present political, economic and social .with active members and 6,500'.associate r
lessened rate will 'so increase the con- ,, a small car driven by J. L. formed brilliantly in spite of a broken arm early in the season. "Fanny"Roberson ':conditions, we shall certainly sink::' 6,600 members that

sumption that good returns will\ be received f,"'Tucker, desired to pass and horned (is perhaps the most improved player on the team. This boy deeper, and the problems will become''week there and every -
were manyadditions
by the city; yet thus far there |[i for right-nf-way. The truck-driver (Continued on Pave Eight) I.,more complex. / I the } -
. _. roster. He. spoke interestingly.upon -
Jfclve been noted ne rate! suggested j j:failed to hear- the signal, and continued M - ----- -------------- -------------------------- "It Is our opinion that school children '. the work that ping'on in
was
to drive ir> the road's center, al- should be taught to read the ;i
that will service than
give cheaper < ii
..Kissimmeealready has. Ithough|I ( '"'by chance he veered a bit to GREAT IMPROVEMENTS : CRAZED WITH DRINK county newspapers and the daily +I I All regretted portions that of he Florida could not, and have it made was t'

New Smyrna may be taken as an illustration. ,\lthe right The small car thought the newspapers, and that they should\: be lengthy address. Y
That city has been main-I truck was turning out but .realized too taught to evaluate the news. Cur-I ja
COMMENCED
LOCAL PACKINGHOUSE CUTTING C. R. Sheppard superintendent of .
late such was not the and should be
toning the same rate per kilowat.as, case some rent history taught: through and president the
Kissimmee-15c. It is now proposedto portion cf the car lifted the laded ',,/every subject offered in the curriculaof Vplusia county of

cut that rate as below: For the I truck at the moment the driver'start Kissimmee Citrus Growers I Thursday Afternoon Layoff ( our public schools. Why study hls-J Florida then introduced.Educational He Association spoke of the'was ex-

first 20 kilowatt, 12c; the next thir- I ed to clear the way. Adding; Much Value Had Unpleasant EndingFor tory, unless it is to be used in considering 'perience Volusia county had '
gone
ty kilowats, lie; the next evcntyr j i I The truckturne'd over, burying I To The Plant One BarberLast ( the happenings of today ? through in making.a_monthly.charge_
five, lOc' the next 175, 9c; the next i I Mrs, Bronson and the two children. (Sir J. R. Seeley says, 'Politics without for all tourists'

500, 8c; the balance above- that fig. { Strangely, Mrs. Wood and her baby r There is the disturbing""elementof evening just before six o'clock history has no rcot. History 'sliding) scale for children--makingl.the various'grades. a

ure, 7c. With this reduction New :!were not in the least injured, while noise at the plant of the Kissimmee i Fred N. Wilson and Lacey Johns ,without politics,has no fruit from" $8 to stated that last
Smyrna will get into the limelight ao I'the smaller Bronson child was" not Citrus Growers Association with I(I drove !to the Italian restaurant on I "Arithmetic and algebra becomelive season more, $5-aJ'd than $8000 had been so ,

:one of the cities where the public seriously hurt. '.carpenters, machinists and masons at Main' -street. Wilson entered the subjects when the problems offered paid in without remonstrance.. It. a 1'
util-I Tucker stopped to render such aid there will! be little cessation (I I ; for solution are based on the 4
ities are conducted for the work; and place, which is also 'used by Albert winter resident owned property, ,
of the people-pwhich will be perfectly as was possible, but many cars pass for several weeks in some of the Radago ae a jewelry-repair shop, and :news of the. day. So Geography; history the county, or pa Id'taxes in the-.toun,' ,,
true; at the same time it may be fig- I ed by without a stop or an biter ofhelp. wprk. It is proposed,. however, that commenced a tirade of abusive and and civics take on real life when ey no tuition' charge was j made;' nor 4'.
ured that to So far as learned it was an will be in perfect working !' correlated with 'what is going on.
large consumers of cur everything foul language, according to the test was there a. charge for"children ,or-
y-
rent;-the rates which have been establishedin unavoidable accident 'but most deplorable -' shape -by the firstet>> the coming mon "tr- those in the place, against Some teachers.are.doing thief kind 'of ministers" brs eachers.: The':plan ..hijd, .
Kissimmee are lower than in" its results. Mr.:'feron ons month-a fact that will be appreciated Radago, who was in a small com- (teaching, but a great dumber are not. met,the approval'of' all\ patrons. ,Mr.Sheppard's ?
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those the ) almost ''an invalid and can do but members of the .:We are beginning a campaign to
of east coast city. by all association. partment at work. Finally Radago, address was an;appeal for
too,. in face of the fact that fuel This'l.very little in any way except to\care One carload of machinery has\ already in his desire to get the man out of .arouse the people to the necessity of a solid vote for the 'constitution

/-far cheaper along the east coast. than for the little girl and for a son who arrived and has been unloaded the place, started to go outside with having the? newspaper used in the amendment, (section' 5,'' section l'12)' re1-
[Vn the'centre of the state. was with his fatherwhen: the acci- ready for installation. At the rear him-but at that moment Wilson pulled public schools, and we hope that every,gardingthe maxlfnum.y-mUlage-, to

On the figures above given for New dent occurred. Neighbors and friends of the packinghouse there has been art open knife from a hippocketand newspaper in the state will take up which each special school district:was.
it be found that are doing 'much to alleviate the distress a' ('buUdint' in ,which the proposition. and'ereate a lent! '' 1.
would erected
,"myrna a consumer firepro stabbed Radago. several! times. in limited. That millnge.is now three,
taking one .thousand kilowats brought, upon the family. ,' j I"generator will 'be placed ,some the back ment. favoring this work: mills; by the amendmept, shouldIt:

\; 'month' as large hotels, filmic'thea- distance from the main building..Thisis Wilson then ran as'well as he could ; carry, each special districtmay; place .

tree, and similar ct>ncerns,
'. 39S for the month' service-while '' its content are a valuable unit had driven away. Immediately' m >
f.Kissimmee the charge would be but '. 'of the whole system. bers of the -family sought a physician district to improve its schools :;in
$80. While this'difference is but 'TO ALL GROWERS I There will be built extension to 'proceeded to summon the police. AN All DAY ,SESSION any manner tb 'maJorfty,' may' del re I', .

trifling it is indicative of the fact that I ;the packinghouse of considerable size: The alarm once given but a short -and especially 'topermit'' ; the extension '

Kissimmee can make a good showing Road which will be the brine-room, where 'time elapsed before Nightman Malone of the term to any.desiredlength.
First-Planneti Deemed 'Routine Business Occupies
when compared with any city of its the temperature is always maintained I had captured Johns, and a few minutes R. L. Turner, staterural school Inspector
class. It should also be borne in Most Practical Route I I at within ten degrees of zero, and J JI later Wilson was. gathered in by Much Time Numerous -and secretary-of.: the. Florida

mind that Kissimmee was one of the And Will. Be. Built ]I this cold air will be blown into theprecooling i iI .Deputy-sheriff "Bdb" Campbellandboth Matters Settled Educational Association, ,told ,of .the'
very few cities in the United States i rooms at the rate of 20- I men were jailed. Examinationof I 320000. school children\"'of'the' state
which, during: the stress of the war The county commissioners on Mon- 000 cubic' feet-a minute. Outside of I the wounded man by a physician All members except Ira II. Wether- with whom he' came'In contact in the

demands, was not forced to retrench I day listened to a petition 'regarding' this latter building will be placed the found several gashes in his back, ofa I bee were present at the session of the I 20,000 rural schools 'of, the''state; and

r In its light service In any manner. i I the proposed roadway to be constructed coils needed in the installation of this serious nature, and other cuts of a county commissioners on Monday. Mr. talked moat encouragingly ''of the proposed '
It should be understood that the from the brick road to Pine Island new system. At this time work on : lesser character.The ,iWetherbee' is still slowly recoveringfrom amendment' If thelaw; passed: ,

Municipal. plants of Kissimmee furnishes J-the said petition showing the second the extension, has progressed only as i wounded man was removed to his severe and extended illness. there was to be no OIIe.,benefttted. except '

a vast amount of current to (route under consideration to be far far as constructing the cement floor. the home of his son-in-law, Leo Cur- Many matters were handled, duringthe the school pupil -t and any.,...In..; ,

the city free of charge. There is a more expensive and accommodating : It is inside the present building do, on Brack street, and at a late all-day session' of the board crease in millage dependedentirely'; r
millage of two and one-half mills for j i a smaller number of prospective res- ,that the most notable change is being.' hour last night was resting as wellas ] Pat Johnston, attorney for the upon the vote cast by ''the"residentsof ;
municipal lighting, which, last year ,idents and growers. made. The coloring rooms installed I I could be expected. Wilson is a board, had prepared a lease from the that special district, and.he urged 'r'

amounted to $5,366.19-but there is After discussion with A. T. French last year will\ not be disturbed as barber who has been. employed by ''.Bounty to the Osceola County Turpen- that every possible means he'adopted

at a conservative estimate by those in 'and a number of interested residentsthe they have proven satisfactory; but I Curcio, and has been. generally likedas tine Company of the rights of the I in every community to see that voter

authority 'data which gives the actual | cbmmtssioner .eonc1uded to estab- along one entire side of the building I a good workman. sidetrack at Holopaw, which was |were 'wellInformed..regardlng, : ,the
coat of lighting the city as above $7- |lish the road for the full distance there is now being finished three air- I L- -.--,---- built by the county to facilliate\ the provisions"of the amendment.Rev. .

500. Were the plant privately owned .from the brick highway direct to the tight roomS! of ample dimensions THE STATE BANK IS NOW I unloading of material for the cross- I Joseph Roemer, of,, the state.
the lowest figure at which Kissimmee 'I.extreme terminus', and a call for bids These are not only air-tight but tem... PAYING.THIRD DIVIDENDS. i state highway.,! 'This had cost the university at Gainesville; spoke along .,.

could be lighted as at present would l j will be made for ,but about onehalfthe perature-proof; and the chilled and | county practically $1.325, and was .the same lines as those who.preceded
If. defunct
Bullock, receiver for the

be not less than $10,000; and it would distance. Legally, described the purified air current which will be about to be lost, when the turpentine |him-but gave additional informationI
State bank, commenced yester- +
be, therefore, only fair to say that route is "commencing at the railway, forced into each when the fruit Js .I (Company agreed to assume the lease as regards the schools ot- the state.;
to send checks in of
out
day payment
(Continued on rage .TWO according to plat No. 1 of the Flori- ready crated will be returned the and pay allthe future rent.. \{ -Continual on- Palre Two) -. .
da Drainage! Company and running brine-room to again be chilled and ,I the third ten percent dividend to all.; | When the FEC railway learns that J '

MANY :MATTERS KEEP between blocks 1 and 11, 2 and 10. 4 sent out. One of these rooms will be depositors. This makes a total of such I a station can be profitable to it, ; KISSIMMEE GAINING '
thirty percent which has been returned '
and 9, 5 and 8; and 6 and 7, with thee of two-car capacity the others -of jit I is expected that the siding will be .
that institution.Mr.
to tho patrons of '
completion of the road at the present one car each and the cooling system | made a permanent institution, 'and
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*. COUNCIL .Y BUSY !I time to the north line of block 8." fir 1 so arranged that either or all of Bullock\ desires that all who are',I'I there may spring up at that' point a I SPECIAL PUBLICITY .
( entitled to. this ten percent shall\ at-"
It was ordered that the county sur- the rooms can< receive the chilled air village of, some. 'Importance to the
t tend to th'e matter quickly as i' '
as pos
Decided That Entire Body veyor at once prepare plans and spe- at the same time, or each can be' sible. {county.In Osceola County Is One Unit "

Would Attend Meeting cifications for such road, and submit handled as. a separate unit, as may I view of the condition of the fam- When Getting DoWn To
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,the same as promptly ns possible be desired. These rooms have twelve- surance will be fully discussed. At ily of Arthur Bronson- of Campbell,
,. Of Municipalities that bidders for certain Portions of inch walls, well-lined and sawdust- that session it will be possible for, I and the serious troubles which have Berry Business 'x..
:the work be advised and the will\ be models of work- | recently fallen upon some of the
Following opening of the regular may packed, and Manager Harry Piano to explain more (Stuart. Messenger) <
monthly meeting of the city i I j'matter will be taken up and acted upon ''manship in every way. ,. fully to the members the process of ;member., an appropriation of $25 wan In Kissimmee, O.ceola county, a.

council Tuesday evening R. J. Roliff ,1, af the next regular meeting of the I Because of the construction of these pre-cooling that la being installed, as made and a warrant was 'ordered we learn from The Kissimmee Valley; ..
board-or at an earlier date if that rooms it will be necessary to arrange the improvement will Jiavt progressed drawn for that amount.A ..
stated that he ,was anxious to effect j i Gazette, the citizens of the town, under '
be legally done. the roof that side of the structure that time. warrant was ordered drawn for .
a compromise' by which the railway'and ,can on considerably at the auspices of the .Chamber of
the city would take over a pare so that light may be obtained, and "This is to'be a great innovation," $90 to pay for 30,000 strawberry Commerce, are tackling the 'Job of
of his property on Dakin avenue VIEWING WEST COAST ,this means more work for the plant; said Manager Piano. "We shall\ havea plants to be set out on the lands of making Kissimmee grow in the most> .

f: r the railway'' station, and utilize FOR. THE FIRST TIME. but the installation' of this process twenty-ton. refrigerating plant in 'the county farm-under the directionof direct 'and businesslike fashion of

.e asame. for. a public street. This ;. will mean much to the members of full and perfect operation by the f first Leo H. Wilson and the berry ex which we have beard so far in Florida. -'

" property.. .Is lot 5 of block,'10. The Mr. and Mrs. :J. E. Bell and young )the associationIn California the of October. 'All' this work will be pert.Other ,.. ,
r MmcO conceded that the.present condltionef ion, of West Palm Beach, spent'Tuesday I methods being installed; here, have completed by. that time. And here is business transacted will be They have organized fhe'OsceoU.Growers ay''e

" ,', the environment of the- sta- night in Kissimmee.on their way I proven most remunerative, ..-and .the;: one.thing'too. ,- of wWch' Lm proud /ound in other,columns of this I issue. Aaa datio"- promote the: -

I ' "', fctually. repulsive, and:every to Avon F IA;; Like Waits* Crooked I wus, WUTs. !ii'*vvngi tione *Dy FROM-BOWLING GREEN ire If 0 .
"' .-Vesldent.,'of Kissimmee will say that Lake, Tampa, Saint Petersburg- throughout Florida ,was/arrived:, labor-:and 'br'J the day. There hay. cial quantities. Business'men. and,
.the; railway should provide proper,faciUtles pan Springs, Clearwater.'and.ottaer only after carefttl study. of tbPMcifla i been'no outside' men"on the Job- fer Mr. and Mrs. W.' IL;Xynn' of BowlIng farmers art buying' stock mostly a*:
points. Mr. Bell I is superintendent'of coast state by the Florida Citrus' I desire 'to show the bead association Green have arrived in Kisslmmee "
A1, for reaching the station.'Steps ; far as, ..; can >ern,' to provide the
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.wiU: lie'tak'd'by the dty.;looking toJ the Southern\ Utilities" .at,;,West.;Palm Exchanges, *"* .. I jthatv Kissimmee had',,men .to do any. and'propose to make their home. h..... 'capital.necessary to: finance.both, (the

, '",, ward that end::th.:trap;:
'" r f5 I 'that the railroad commissioner ,electricplant in that city for I the:meeting of;the /"local.association,: season will be, I believe,'one of which J.R.:' Bennett,,who .. boot to\ open, si \tDlst h'of the'money wUl:probably go

r' w11 have to.b.,, urged t&take..rigl4 more' than a clOleft'7ears..:, This is the wich is_to ..behld;;, next'.Monday at -aMociatioirtoajr.well feel:proud;;; [general merchandise institution in thetotformerly ifor the"purchase' of rp6ny"refrlgera-i, thors's
;' '1:t ne.ura'lt'tM'railway. will not act first:time Mr.: Bll.has been .able",.to ten -.'et ek"for' ;.,pooling:' the n;.eomlnr I and none ;of'_ the J 'members' win be {: . 'occupied', ,by'':Reed'' m'.whlch to ship the berries end;, .

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Well-Known Resident ELECTRICITY RATES'F ENDORSES AMENDMENT- I PARABLE OF TilE HEN

? I AGRICULTURAL POINTERS] Passed Away Mondaypied IR ,IN KISSIMMEE TO BENEFIT SCHOOLS AND THE .ADVERTISER...

t Continued from Pack One) (Continued from Pace One' Said the littler'red- rooster "Gosh.
: At iiis home, 21 Clyde avenue the millage/ will pay' but About half Because of' the inability to raise the all hemlock, things are tough,
,I p LEO WILSON: County Agent ,. "north, Monday, September .4,. the value of the city' illumination. needed funds under a three-mill levy Seems that worms are getting scarcer

4' ' The Osceola Growers has node rap- Henry Harper, aged 69 years. : I In 1901, when the plant was started last year there were 'twenty-eight and I can't find enough,

id progress during'' August., J?traw- agreement was made with the counties In Florida where the rural What's become of all those! fat ones
owner whereby he was to supply cur schools, had but a four-months term. ia a mystery to me;
berries, te main at this time, Deceased was born In Belfast, Ire-
? crop
rent to fourteen lamps, scattered These were in the northern and west- There were thousands through; thatrainy
have risen materially working\oward land, emigrated'to Canada at the age from the corner of Clyde avenue and ern portions of the state. In Florida, spell-but now, where can

tone great end. Co-operation with of nineteen, and later went' to Grand Emmett street as far north, as the''tbere are now forty-four high schools, they be'"' '

with the growers and business men Rapids, Michigan/ where, for many; i I Bass corner, at Brack and Vine, for]four of which are private schools;
throughout the county is producing years he was prominent in lumber I one thousand dollars a year-and the but unless some means can be takento The old black hen who heard<<: him; cigarette

r wonderful' results. circles the firm\ operating under the people were glad to get that serviceat raise funds for their _continuance! didn't grumble or complain, R .
The growers and business men are 'pame' of .the Tucker-Harper Lumber the price. there 'will be a number "of these removed She had gone through lots of drys
behind the strawberry industry to the //Company. I W. A. Joiner took hold of the plant from the. accredited class by spells-she had lived through ,

_.__'...Jimit ...XJver-lOt ac.a-ar8--: ow- nd8J!.-In--January-of Ifll4 the Harperscame -at about that timewhen the- city! being conducted: only. eight months in floods and rain-:'

%; .j cultivation to berries. Better cultivation to Kissimmee where was organized .bought it and moved it. In 1912 it place of the needed nine months. So she flew upon the grindstone and
i1 of the soil, limiting correct .under practically the same auspice was decided that there should be an Some of the counties in the state are gave her claws a whet hey are

12.. w,' ... .'_"...._...,?.ddity.flrtiJi.r.ation.and.m.l.DAlte.meDt.; . *"the-E' _rglade--Cypress, Company. audit >f-the4.o>hcern--there never having arranging to pay teachers from $40 As she said: ')e never seen the t ti.ne .
;; ., I of the crop are being carried out than i Mr. Harper is spoken of as a : been one made, and in order to te $55 per month, and Mr. Roomer when there weren't worm to GOODTHE / ,
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I ever before in Osceola county Financial i "man: having few superiors as a good :learn the value of the light being/ said that would result in 'gettt1'1g' lit- get."

, x progress and development is citizen; one always found trustworthy supplied the city, for which the plant tie girls of seventeen with bobbed ;'
h underway; In Osceola county in great ; a conscientious member of the had never been credited, it was necessary hair and short skirts who were illy/, She picked a new and undug spot the

' ,form. Presbyterian church; one standing for Mr. Joiner to visit other fitted to be teachers." earth was!! hard and firm WATCHER
The citru i l looks I remising .. of similar size to investigate Mr. Shepherd here stated that'' of "N' i jj
!:crop morep-_ -high,-in- all. Masonic orders;.a real...towns The little rooster jeered: -w !
every day. Whitefly is raging in 1 i man." A wife and two sons-: H. the'' figures. One such city was cred- the eight counties of which he had ground that's no place fur a
i some section. of the county, but the I(Claude Harper and D. Earl Harperare iting its light plant at the rate of prepared statistics Osceola paid the' worm." _
fungus is doing its part, and bids fair' the surviving immediate relatives $3,750 per year, although Kissim- highest salaries to teachers. The old black hen just spread her feet fits Day Off 1

4.. S :.... ii Ch.' .M.It I.. 1).1. ..tv.'1a Fall .ptny- ,;---Funera,1] services were held fromthelate mee's.'plant( which had continuously It was then decided that the chair *-she dug both fast and firo.-- .lie got up early in the mornirig .!
ing with oil sprays will finish up the''' home Wednesday afternoon at increased its free service, 'was fur should appoint a committee of three "I must go to the worms," *he said- Upon a fair Sabbath day, .4 i-_ 1
work of the fungus so the trees will one o'clock, conducted by ReU.. nishing 3000 more kilownts-:-and was men and-two-women who would use I "The worms won't come to int." And piled his folks in his old machine f1 S

gtTlhrough the winter in better shape, Dresch.-There' ",'as a large attendanceof receiving no credit, except for the every effort to spread the propaganda I And rapidly drove away. $
S and be ready for the spring bloom. friends of the family, and the floral very small millage at that time pre- looking to the carrying of the desired The roosteramly, spent his. day lie went far off to the "ocean--beach--"f

1 f, Following tn the summary of my offerings were profuse! and beautiful. vailing. fimendment, and the appointment of : through the habit, by the wa.-s, And took a dip in the brine,
; work" in August Immediately following the remainswere 1 Says Mr.- Joiner: "If the light and I those members will' soon be made. ;. Where fat round worms hurl, parsed Then hoped the good Lord would forgive t

'i Present number of demonstratorsin shipped to the old home at water plants were private! owned i I REMEMBER THAT I II in squads back in tho rainy day: him
I II
in county, 354; Pig Club boys <>; \is- Grand Rapids accompanied by ;Mrs Kissimmee could not hope to Let the I When nightfall found him suppeiless, For breaking His law. this time
: t ; i its to demonstrators, 63; to Pig Clubs harper and her -xn. Earl, wher inter- service it now has in both When} a fellow's knocked out and he i i he growled in accents rough: ,--=

:, .. boys, 3; number of farmers conferred ment will take place \ rnents nt a less! t figure than ..:dr-part-I I I .. tiwi't p-ft about. i I"I'm.hungry as a fowl can be--'onditioris hone Good Citizens .
t'' with in tQwn, 70; on the road, 15; ; bulletins I think it would cost much more. And the 'Jo'tor says "tay there in sure are tough" Some of the papers in the eastern

] distributed, 98; letters written, meetings held, tiisits; by specialists: What the city receives for thi -er\ice]I led," I II states that are as wet as the devil '
47; articles for papers, 8; famrers' 4; miles travelled bv auto 621I ., It-fl little more than $5000-and thereis I When he's all aches and pains and the' He turned then to the old black hn, wants them to be are complainingthat

ever an increasing demand: for blood his .veins and said ''It'8'or with the Eighteenth Amendment
I? ti --- ---- I I in \ : ! more lights. All this should bo- figuredin Seem to flow like a fluid of lead; For you're not only; hungry, but yu' making (criminals out of some of their

i when we speak of the valuable.a-I|Ycu may dose him with pills and with must he tired, too. best citizens.. 0, fudge/ They mightas
- ---- .HAVE YOUR sets we have in these utilities tinctures and squills, I rested while! I watched for worms, j jno well say that laws against steal-
,
t.t. 25 25 I I But the cure for a man after all I feel fairly Plrk- (ing makes thieves! Gobd people COMMISSIONER DENIES: Are the roses of love and the glad But how are vou-without worms, ] break the laws, and no man can jusUs1
., CHARGES OF ATTORNEYW. :' voices of j.1 too, and after all that work ?" i! be called a good citizen who cannon-

; percent F Fall II PrintingDONE percent I The (rood friends who drop in' to look the constitution of the United
3fcCleIland, commissioner call. The old black hen hopped to her perch, (States In the eye and not he ashamed.
representing the fifth district. is most I -Contributed. and dropped her eyes to sleep, I!God t pity the state whose best people
'off off indignant the charges made by J. I And murmured she in drowsy tone: will not obey its laws A man who
1 NOW M. Eubanks formerly of the same district Well-Known Cattleman I
"Young man, hear this and weep; will deliberately violate the constitution -
.'r but now residing in Saint Luciecounty Found Dead In Woods "I'm fun of worms, and happy for i iI've of his country and teach men so
(\ in his action for di\orre-as -- dined both long and well; I'I is not a good citizen, even if he does
waft printed in a recent issue of the Eugene Bronson, known all over
"The worms are there, as alwaysbutI attend the Chamber of Commerce
J On All Job Printing Ordered Fort Pierce News-Tribune. According this section of Florida as a cattleman had to dig like hell." ,dinners and eat pie with a fork
tothe item in that publication j of prominence, having been in the Exchange.. I
From The Office Mr. McClelland mentioned in an stock business for many years, was II I NOTICE TO SPEEDERS .
gazette unpleasant manner in connection with found dead in the woods on Thursday EASTERN STARS TO MEET
I I The city has secured a stop-watch
the wife of the plaintiff, and the county afternoon in Orange county. Mr..
: BETWEEN THIS DATE AND OCTOBER 1 commissioner proposes to real] his ,Bronson left his home to aid in a Kissimmee Chapter O E. S,, will |whereby the police caji determine the
hand" in the matter Mr. McClel- roundup and was with one of his sons meet in regular session on Thursday rate of speed you make from one

THERE WILL..BE DISCOUNT OF 25 PERCENT land says: "I'm mighty anxious just prior to his death. The son start- evening, September 14', at eight block about to the another-so rate of be very you cautious travel.
\ \learn how the thing started. Of to\\ed in one direction, and his fatherstated o'clock. All members are urged: to speed '
This applies to'aU parties going to
I know that I have a few enemies that he would look after a few attend this meeting. By order of the
: This unusual offer applies to kind ofa and and from fires and ball games as well
any job -"ost everyone has; but I didn't thin head nearby. Worthy Matron. .
ordinance *
,, .. in any quantity desired If you do not understand they would go to such extremes and I Returning in a short time nothingwas Mrs. Mary E. Aultman., 'M This enforced traffic for the safety will of be the rigidly 'pub-
stuff in which there heard of Mr. Bronson .
|make a lot of seen or ,
..... up I ble skin, and is well faded out. lic. H. R MAY, .
., this propositior .Ph ne No.-11 and a representative there
is no truth. I am perfectly innocent, 'and a hunt commenced.. Later
Cull flock at least once a 36-4t Mayor4.5f .
t : will call and explain. and I can easily clear any and all of!were found marks as if his horse had your year. .
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these base charges and insinuations." fallen and it is believed that the ani i' .

0 '., ' :You Will Save One-Fourth the Regular FOUND ROADS GOOD There mal fell was' upon a trail him where and Mr.pinned Bronson him. I J 7.uw,e Thc:>>""'" : :011.

'' 'I ';:::1}. Price by Placing Your Order Promptly. -- had dragged himself for about slit .
,
"' Mr and Mrs. W. fI Wysong arrived 1'1
.0 feet, then he had turned' upon
\fi\ Kissimmee! on Friday from their stomach, pulled his hat down over -. CA.yr.f: licensed Fuwral Director i
..'''. outing spent in Eaton, Ohio I {" ,
I summer 1 eyes; dropped. his head upon his folded -0 A. $......... .s".jo.I ,..,... $.....I. Reaae.4 '.
making the sixth trip between the arms, and! passed lout Attf,
SI A_
T KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE !two points in his original Ford. Mr. stood the horse. Nearby

1 r II,Wysong will have charge of the The coroner's jury; /gave the ..-. Nit rods Altaian Strife LaO

schools at Campbell-and Of death as heart failure. Deceased I _ Offlec: S4t PHONES R.al4enc*; 71fheBackbone

k We employ only first-class I his duties on Monday. The coupe was a member of one of the old families
left Kissimmee on Sunday, April 23, ,
25percent custo2 of this section of the countryand -
\ /workmen and every for Ohio, and report that both going leaves a large family of immediate y :**.rt l' 'hI' P)' 4./ r.. .' .
' '" mer is assured of the best and coming they found the roads in relatives and connections."BE ;

t percent t I good shape: Asked -as to the condition ...
quality of work and mate i of the highway between Way- CAREFUL WHAT YOU SAY" a .

... rial. Let us have your order '. cross and Jacksonville when they returned By Rev.-J. -A. Button
off off last week Mr. Wysong said he <<:

.e NOW. Ii had no cause for complaint; that he "If wisdom's ways you wisely seek
I;I had seen far worse roads in many Five things observe with 'are-

places in the north. Of whom you speak, to whom you of
---- ... you speak, :
And how, and when, and where.! "_ I
If you have nothing else to do
' But talk of others' sin t .fJe Masflc; Hint t i

THE I beg you, for thq, Rake of truth,

i" 'FOR FARMER-FOB THE HOME At your own home begin. The great covering ca-


Who ever judged a fellow-man &ee &eeASTJjU pacity and
Before he's fairly tried? < long yearsof
SEED The Carnal law of criminals service of Pee Gee Mastic

L" \ Flower Seed Garden Seed Field Seed This safeguard doth betide! [ Paint are due to its 50*' Zinc

', .. Men may have faults, and who have content, ground in pure Linseed
\ not? Oil ancj., White Lead making it if
FERTILIZERThat And women-have they none? CC AU BIB Double Pigment Paint.
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Good Fish Guano Goat Manure Yet you may have, for aught I know, LSHVPI GRAY] Pee Gee Mastic {
A dozen to their one. Paint is guagan-t ,
: Hardwood Ashes ;Nitrate Soda ,,, teed to be absolutely pure and

Strawberry SPecialSPRAYS There is, I'm sure, a better wayYou'll must five entire aatlafactlon. No bettw
t or more-economical paint ia
1 : find it works quite well; any price. .made. at
Make su're you've overcome your owns .
.
J Then his you'll)) never tell; The cost of using Pee Gee Mas-
.. Fenole Fenole Stock Dip Fly Spray For tattling of the faults of men tic Paint Ia amall compared with tb.
I Arsenate' Lead Fungi Bordeaux Is sure a sin-not rare- value and appearance It add to TOUT'

", Pestory Pyrox Fishoil Soap Sulphur A habit common nowadaysThe !!'That's a/ .*Ovt property.
Paint Product lortvtry
; world will gladly spare For every surface that ne 4a
j Blue Stone ". r protection
Purpo. gainst wear and weather ...
So 'you who claim to be so good .
'
/ SPRAYERS Don't slander friend or foe,

) Let us Demonstrate the Best Just pause and think the harm you do H ,
To those little know.'
you
r,, Sprayer and Duster Made I:The saying: "Chickens roost, at hofne" PV1.NTSfflC

L Though' 'old, ia ever known,, V I : At* tutor lRLr.hat I
ALSO' So let the faults of others go / I : leek '
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Till you've none of your own. \ I" QIrQ Vamisfies Stain* Enamets
STRAWBERRY TOOLS, .AND CULTIVATORSMAKINSON'S II .. ,
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Remember vow we all have made 1
To the Savior, who can see, .
>- < And hear him say: "Whate'e you do fo.' Osceola Hardware Company r

BIG To'Mine have done to Me." .
< HARDWARE ;you ;, r !
: And; knowing that at'judgment day ..... Kissimmee <.
.. i .. '.r '.' ,.. ) 1. By His standard ...'11 be tried. I '"
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< Let pRy foe grace to ,guard our ..
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Lest "VI'entrance be denied. ... ,j
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THE KISSIMMEE' .ALLEY GAZETTE!:, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER, 8, 1922 ,' .,., d'" ,,_ 'THREE:.- j i it

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merely, local matters-tend 'then we by the frequent use of the word --

wonder if the "world la growing better "broadcasted" hal found it
nee.
; \TAPPING THE THOUGHT. :: ,TANK ?" .It certainly doesn't look it, essary to send out advice .to Letters Of A Florida Citrus '

does it? Each day brings as;) many newspapers that' the past tense i *

Br THORN more new onei-some a. bad and and all othec tenses of the word. /
some wore'. are spelled alike' and that it 4s Grower To His Nephew ,

', If the world is growing better it is "broadcast" first last and all the

f. Now They'll Get Busy .. Wasn't Little' Leopold Right making mighty slow progress, ,And time. Now If the Associated .

The devil seems to have been hiber- When little Leo fell off his wheel that's that Press will just tell a few of the V,

I,' naftug during the summer--but},just he said some things he never. heard ... larger newspaper. that "fore From Jonas Arlaad at Hammock A\\

ast soon as he awoke and I' was ar- in Sunday school. His mother beard SPEAK NO'ILL' cast" falls 4n the same category' Groves, Florida, to Samuel

rested back came the three pastors him. Said she: "Why' s-h-a-m-e on Much has been .saM and written the feelings of Old Man Thorn Newcomer, BentonvlUe. Mich. .

f I ftp%' their vacations and began to, you son, to use such language I I've world Dear Sam: .
'' And published to the and a few others who have "stud Well the rains came precisely when I predicted-right at the end of the
bus'.- Everything. seems to never in life heard such things! ?
A gqt synchronize my. Regarding the morale fed Mr. Webster's well-known die-
present dry spell-and the citrus business has been saved again. Life Is just one r
,r splendidly. I thank you., : "Ail right ma," was the reply; "butif Of young men and young girls- tionary to their benefit will darn thing after another,'and then It is two; and growing oranges and grape:

j' 'f 4 you never beard such things before And the various' temptuttoni be greatly relieved. fruit II no exception. Next, we will be wondering when the rains are doe to "-

I 111pre Fad Trouble .you don't know what they mean Which assail them both: "* And, too,if' someone will, througha stop. The other night It rained so long and so hard that,I lay In bed and

flb South Carolina. there is to be a _n' I don't see how'yon know they That there has been muith truth surgical operation, make the Ar- made up my mind to get stirring earl-aDd start building me an ark: but.

i'eeeond., primary. to determine who maybe .! aint nice so there! In the several stories cadia News-man understand there Is when I woke.ap the-eupt was shining.and I put It off, --
--the-best covernol'-Tom .
.
man
--- *- .Which! have- been nosuch, _".
: recently- published thing.as oor.health"jnat-
7 1.
McLeod or Cole Blease. While Blease ,Nearly Two Dozen -Oscar Hartaa< "sold- ts-CTop"agahv .If.Oscar-was a-fish-and-was-la. ......
All must tars will
frankly admit run along more smogthly.Health
was in the lead the first time there Say the Lakeland Advertiser: ; a lake with a Jot of other fish of similar Inclinations, 70 'd have to stand
But it appears to me Is a "condition of.soundness.
f :were not enough votes-owing to the 1 The stork has been flying behind a tree on shore to bait your hook In safety Oscar was around the
That in all the tales told It is "that state In which all the natu-
'warm weather-for coal. Mcbie itwasn't over Auburndale-. week. He store the other night blowing about what he had done Somehow. It sounded
; hard coal they all wanted. left a nine pound boy at the," There is an' under-current ral functions are performed* freely pretty much like a perch hollering lathe fish language 'S.. fellow what
home o( Mr. and Mrs. Charier Against the girls and 'V( rr.en. without pain or diseas& Health is a big fat man Is oa the other end of this line." It Is true Oscar' baa gotten''

t Flowers On The Cowcatcher Raymond the ,thlrd. This is entirely,unfair. also "freedom from sickness or de what'ordinarily would be a pretty good price; but, la Mew of the Information

} Here lies John fink the late depart. The twenty-third, twenty? And calling it I am of the firm belie cay." It follows, therefore, to write which our Exchange officials have gotten for us directly from California.
That of the rumors spread good health" is a tautological blun- the shortage ot the coming crop there, I am reasonably sure that I am going i
,I JL edl> I allying over?" Mal! ,cOodne81,,.Any
; Of Oscar
He'wanted to there" a. Regarding: some young women: der; to- write"J'b d health" or "poor to-geLatleasidouble.what he L1fPL&It..aDcLma morp._ course,.
"get as soon nle; that stork's done no flying; he'sbeen Ninety-nine in each hundred health" is to describe something which got some money down; and he needs It-always does However, he Is willing
he
started
; I'OOstine-tbat'8 what he's been Are exist. to count his chickens quite a long way ahead of the eggs being pipped. I
absolutely unfounded- could not There Is but one degree -
,
He the then he
saw train gave a doing. If I was in Charlie's place I will try to explain. '
r lurch. Am. spring from jealous folks; "of health-although, it must be
4 sure would Move. Yassum:
r '- . Folks far too smallmindedTo allowed that in comparison with one
---- # .Fruit buyers seldom.or.never.pay cash on the nail for a crop. Generally
t The funeral took place at the Methodist Think 0' Th' Outlook recognize the difference sick person: or with more thari"≠ they >pay> down as little as they can, and the grower gets the balance after the'

j church. Moans the Apalachicola Times: Between those girls with pep the comparative and the superlative fruit Is moved. G.rowers'llke a'high price per.box,.and buyers usually.humor

.t' It doesn't take as many yardsto And life and vigor may be .used. But if one has "health"none them. 'For Instance, If the fruit on a &1'ove'ls sold In a lump, the buyers'

t They AU Say It make a skirt as it did a few Who believe in full enjoymentOf << can have more. And that's may estimate In. the presence of, the grower the number of boxes "oa the

I Associated Press dispatches say years ago, but the price of the the many opportunitiesWhich something else to smoke on, isn't it? trees at about (half or two thirds of what they really think Is then Wbea +

, that the pope- has a nice, new auto- cloth is higher, and we can't frequent occasions offer, I! you\ dlvld the,offered amount by this estimated quantity, there will be quite ,

- mobile, and that all of Rome .sits up see where we've gained a cent. And that.class of people ---.-,. .-. .-,--_-' State-Board Of Health. >a respectable price per box. If the grower who sells In this 'way wants to
be should not count the outgoing boxes while the picking-
keep happy
and takes a slant at it when he drives Who are careless of name- On Cold Drink Stands
When a man to the mountainsto
goes going on. Some who have thus sold for several years and then suddenly
I by. But just wait till he gets a blow spend a vacation he doesnt figure And disregard all other laws. .checked the outgoing boxes have to knowledge become so discontented
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; out when its raining like the dickens, he's going to "gain a cent;" he goes Many a woman 1s condemned' The latest issue of "Health Notes," with this plan that they ,have Joined the Florida Citrus Exchange Instantsr.

and he has on light trousers and no for the scenery and to study Nature. Undeservedly and unjustlyBy issued by the Florida board of: health, For those who sell by the box as-per-count 4t time of picking, some buyers

raincoat and hear what he says whenhe I Hence think of what a sight we've those far her inferior; contains a timely article upon cleanliness provide field boxes which are alright to the eye but are Just a'bit overslse.

has to change tires and the wrench gained and the "understandings" that And we read of frequent cases ---of which the following is a and, when carefully loaded by trained field foremen yield a considerably

keeps slipping off! have been thrust upon usl! Where the hell-tipped tongueOf portion: greater number of packed boxes that the count of field boxes would seem. k

I 000 venomous gossipers "How many readers have ever tak- to justify .

'Twill Sometimes Happen Cash Better Than Advice Have driven pure-minded girls en the time while at a soda fountainor
They were driving in his! auto when Says the Apalachicola Times: Into suicide's 'craves.( drink stand to watch how thoroughly Again, It the market goes against a speculative buyer the fellow who ,
has sold to him oasis of count boxes usually through the nose for his
on pays
saw a striped cat How much better would it be
tfey ;
Quit worrying about the' past. the (glasses and other ware are ;
foresight (?) by the fruit be loses through dropping. All of us have agrov's '
?Re said: "I'll get it for you'twillbe Grab old Opportunity by the If all the gossip and slander cleaned T Have wondered
you ever with good crops showering their fruit down like summer rain, until ,
something you'can pat! tail and swing on with a smile, And bitter innuedocsCould about the chance element of danger only a small part was left, when the buyers stepped In and performed to the
Toward the animal he hun'.1; and soon will be enabledto be buried deep lurking in the poorly cleansed soda
you letter of his contract, thus taking only a minimum loss. Where sales are
x x x I I Rive some mighty good advice Where only decay could reach! glass? Has it ever occurred to you made In this way it Is the grower, and not the buyer, who holds the bag as

Lntor on, his clothes were I I to the down and outs. I most thoroughly! believeIn that you might be taking a chance far as market conditions are concerned. a w

buried ,I I' And everyone knows!!' that advice ton the excellency and goodnessOf when you drink from a glass cleaned

x x X down and out is just about), as use all women in general only by a hurried, careless dipping in There Is one type of grower who Is able to make pretty steady money ,

The girl drove home the car alone: !I ful as a four-in.hand would be to a As all men should ; a none too clean water through some speculators. We had one early In my experience here. He had

now what I I What whois That single individual case household along BO 'well, until we got wise. For a man with money, he was about as r
to a hippotnmus. any man to thoroughly wash and dry
Seems To lie A Mix-\ii: | l>be n't weaken belief down-In.the-mouth as anyone I ever knew. He never could see good pros
down! and out wants is a helping my the dishes and ware after meals; only '
Clermont is advertising a two-reel pects ahead and generally, he was scared to death about something or other.
'In the other and nine.
hand, a warm greeting, suggestion ninety cleaned dry dishes are tolerated on the +
Amody' railed "Boots and '; Whenever he sold his crop, he would be plumb tickled to death. Generally /
hl'cs"l that will help, and some real cash Because r tire goes flat table. This washing process mos": the prlre was pretty low, as I saw It, but be always hollered a lot and oftea'we '
that
made in Clermont by a company ''that will aid him into new lines I I That is not conclusive proof always consists of a soap and hot wa- read about it In our newspaper. It took some years to get on to the tact .
used to furnish some a I Anyone can tender advice but the That the three still remainingAre washing, a scalding and finally a that he was what a con man would call a "steerer." In reality the old coot;

for local merchants. TIp Tampa advice of clean mazuma expresses not durned good tires. cloth drying. Some houses may not every time had been getting a better price than was made public In addition, ... t

s Citizen advertises! a two-reel comedy I I confidence. Because one bank president follow this schedule exactly but generally tbe speculators who bought hIs fruit paid him ten cents a-box on all .other,
made in Tampa christened "Boot and l .*! Absconds with all the fundsIt speaking it represents pretty fruit they were able to buy In our community by reason ot his kindly of flees.*

Shoes," and gives a score or more Is, World Growing Better:? doesn't naturally follow much the averagB practice. How lie died a year after we established our Exchange packing house, but her ,.
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of names of Tampans showing on the Those who consider that (he w, rid That the entire banking systemIs people accustomed to this usual kicked up .An awful fuss first. Our manager maintains his ghost still'bang

1 *> screen. Bobbie Burns plays 'iced in is growing better day by day should rotten to the core. home many would tolerate around tbe packing house at times, probably counting up the dimes hilt 1
-, t both runs. It's funny, Isn t it, jut ( procedure a heirs are losing on fruit that goes through the Exchange. His son later
consider! once more. Ism not a p'-s Because,.< i to the slovenly filthy meth-
how such a muddle should have: oc- change joined our association! and then did his darndest get, us Into fusses among,
sin1ist-but glance issue wrecked by an awful stormIs
a one
over ods used at nine-tenths of the drink
ourselves and with our sub-exchange, trying to bust us up la business so
tj,1Ted: l' of a dairy brought the following items no good plausible reason stands and 1'ountains-'the': dip- thai he might follow in his father's .footsteps Things finally./came ,to ,a''

II Just* Mailed* bf news to light: Why we should prophesy ping or rinsing of the glass or dishin show down though 'on an election for association directors, when, Old ,Man,

Invitations} Mints the Winter Haven Chief! j I Attempt to blow railway bridgu [That all ocean travel cold-none too clean-water? Canyou Smith told' this bird that if he got two votes on the balloting he was goto, t

near,Jacksonville just before a' loaded Was going to be abandoned. picture the howl that would arisein .to have him arrested,for repeating, Later he. sold out and moved away. Idont

: passenger train 'was about to cross." T ,still assert and 'believe every' household If the housewife think he Bad the nerve to make a success of plain burglary,;but otherwise '" It

I "Warrant issued for driver of 'a car That ninety-nine percent should take the dinner dishes to the he watt fairly well equipped. :$it:$.: JL '
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( | berry 'plants.' pretty soon we i in1 Saint Petersburg which' collided) at Of.,all tbe American, people,,;;;<;:*, :'p pAre : kitchen-scrape them off dip themin "< iJwfcillSince tV

r ( ?!i a'JI going to eat strawberries and / street intersection with','another Car, mighty durned ,fair. and equarel'Yassum .?. cold'water and shoot,them back to we have been marketing through the Florida Citrus Exchange, the Jj,, '.'
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with that 'old has been That : cream homely cuss, problem of disposing of our fruit easy. don't mean that,
the driver. : ,
.' Thorn of The Gazette.: We thank killing the table'for the next-meal? How haven't had some bumps. An association Is pretty'much liken' church.or a'
"Nine men in Nassau county arrested I thank
ypu for the invitation. you. many would stand for itT Yet every lodge. You don't expect things always to run amoothly and sl! ntly either
"!1 That old paragraphing parallelopipid for killing two n.because of *, 'reader is tolerating exactly this In your own congregation or In ,the affairs of your denomination" Every BOW' f: ,11
"Itemizing" Goes LongWays
it the Chief Is correct in his prognostication. old-time feud-the shooting being : same procedure at nine-tenths of the and then something happens to riffle Ute quiet of a subordinate lodge and;. ;\:
He suttingly is. The KisHimmel' witnessed by the seven-year-old son : Didja ever notice how some of the drink stands of America today. every now and then something stirs up the members of a district, or there' lfl lflis

of one of the murdered men who will (raragcmen look after the careful "Some of .the fountain owners are a eort of tussle even'in the grand lodges of most fraternities. People.are sf'
berries served with the cream
be the chief witness." itemizing of 11 bill-when you knew their willingly, others such funby folks. Seems as If you can't bring the human element Into U"., I' "i l
changing
will be the entire ways
of contentment, "Three men and one woman arrested that they knew that you knew nothing using ware thing without bringing In human frailties as well. Commercial businesses" ;f",
reluctantly are paper
There will be sugar-for
no
menu. In Atlanta for crushing the skull about what they were putting downin !, are exception, either., :
which is thrown after each use;
strawberies will be sufficiently away /
*ihe, 'of the woman's father 110 severely that that black and white mess of stuff? others their glass and trom" .or;
tweet of themselves. I thank are washing aside
you. he died in a moment. One o' those cases' where it says: with Along after we organized our association here I thought that 4,
silver I ware after each use soapy chasing red spider the pesky little rustmlte and a few other things and 1,.
WE NEED THE DISEASE "Attempt to wreck: a passenger "Looking at one bolt-7c; tighteningthe hot water and drying it-just as in managing to dig up the money for fertilizer bills, the business o/ growing .,
train at Byron on the Central of Geor- ceremonial-$1.69 punching the !
--- ; the home-but how many:? After fruit was 'going to be simplified considerably. Now, I don't reel that way, I '
What we need in Kissimmee gia railroad. This followed the attempt plenipotentiary-$1.27;" and all sorts you read this article make an inspection am net now an officer in our association though; I have served, but I appro-' 'I I

Is a wide-spread epidemic to wreck a train on a bridge Il pf things like that ? Well, out in Ok- of your favorite drink parlor and cate I have a responsibility to vote for officers who will handle the business' .. '

Which will rapidly spread spanning the Ocmulgee river on the ,I lahoma it seems that a tailor who note the practice: then restrict your I as it ought to be, regardless whether they are. good hand-shakers. or belong wry

From this house to that house, same road." had been a very steady patron of the trade to the fellow who is treatingyou i to my church or not. .

Never missing one. "A fifteen-years-old girl held captive I garageman had to sew a button on a right. I i '

_ This epidemic should spread at a lonely cottage at Pablo beach : pair of trousers the garage owner Some towns have governing: bod- Some years ago we had a manager who kind of ran dowh at the heel. '; c

Until every home is hit- by three men and one woman." i owned-the other pair, 9,0 to speaK- ies who sanction these dirty method First year he had been alright. We let him have a free hand and I guess it "y

And hit mighty hard, too; "Government commences probing and the job once done' the followingbill in south Florida city city -, spoilt him.: Anyhow our pack.was off our fruit 'wasn't bringing the price, and f'
Recently a a looked I couldn't the to to fire I
prospects gloomy. get others agree this fellow,
Not skipping a home-place. the lawlessness at Spencer, North was presented;
commissioner requested the judgeto so I kicked over the traces and sold my fruit outside. Our crowd did what .,,'.1
If' such could be the case Carolina, where working men were To sewing on button n__________ .15 store -1
dismiss a case against a drug as I see It now, it properly should have done. They fired ine for five years. 01// }
I'm mighty pos-i-tive [kidnapped and beaten. Thread h'-_-'_________________ _._ '.05 fountain man because of unsanitary For three years I took my medicine; and It was daring that time I came to )1

That when it was all over "Three men are dead and twelve Button ____________.-.________ .05 conditions. There's a reason and we realize the real value or'the. Florida Citrus Exchange!\ When the speculators :'II

Wte'd have the nicest city injured in a fire, supposed to be of Labor 1-4 hour ____un_____ __. .30 wonder how many people of this par- found I couldn't move my fruit through the Exchange, what they.did to me was .:., 44

Within Steen hundred miles, incendiary origin, at Tampico. Mexico -I Removing old thread uu____ ___ .07 ticular city investigated to find out a plenty. Instead of bidding against each other for my fruit, I think they shot -.1..1

Anjfcvisitors would,remark: with a property loss of '5,000,000 Labor 1-8 hour ___ nn_________ .15, the reason ? This commissionerswore craps to decide who was to have me for an easy mark. Market condo I ;

"Geel! what a pleasing change pesos." I Needle --_________ _--________-- .02 to uphold the laws--yet he done, and what the Exchange was getting for other growers didn't cut much

"Has' come over Kissimmce "At Winston-Salem, North Carolina Beeswax __h_____________.____ .01 tolerate such filthy place." figure when It came to selling mine. At the end of tbe third season, I f))

's4\pce\ I was last here! $500,000 loss caused by a fire set Knotting thread _,_'__*_n_______ .02 would remembered a that tn the figured It was_ up to me to_ re-establish myself In=the_ good opinion of my '-- "
It maybe
Exchange friends So I attended their annual the business j
"It's a great, great pity by a boy eighteen years old who confessed Labor 1-6 hour _____J1__________ .20 when behind meeting. After \
old days of the saloon, I
was disposed of. I got up and told them that they might think they thought ;
"That this epidemic that he did the act to 'get
r the \bar was a display of glassware a lot of the value of the Florida Citrus Exchange and of co-operative marketing .
"Didn't strongly attack th' city I square' with'the owner of a harness Total ___________.________$1.01And actually dazzling in its scintillating ;, but that they didn't begin to know the real "value like\ I did. I told '

"Three or four years' ago!I" plant. it was right then and there the brightness, the bartenders spent every them I figured'I had bitten oft my nose 'to spite my face; and I found they 1

But the several physicians "Mayor W. J. Reed, of Fort Lauder- R. P. (Professor of Repairs) mighty spare moment in polishing and were willing to agree with me. We matched things up me I -'I'

And the urbane undertaker dale, jailed in Miami charged with assault nearly threw a fit! shining every individual glass; and In again. In the meantime another board of directors had straitened out ;to

; When they've read this far battery, profanity obscenity, 000 that only the cleanest and brightest a lot of the kinks and we bad a very efficient packing,, house wjth the t ii.,!

( Needn't pat my shoulder drunkenness, and resisting arrest." Now For Longer Skirts handed to the patrons. same old manager In charge. It looked as If he bad really been needing

And say: "You're all .right! Aside from these little things the Because garment makers have com- The glasses bartender were whose large mirrorswere closer cooperation from his directors than he had gotten in my time, more .'J'-
"Glad mentioned it!" all than anything. else. Two years later I was mighty sorry to see him leave U. + .
seemed to be
right. '
1 you mayor bined with dresgooda'niarmf cturers not spotless and whose drink- for a better Job elsewhere 4 '
For the suggested epidemic "Henry Ford announces .because he the "decree has gone forth" that skirts ing-glasses were not perfect in clean- ,1i;
Wouldn't' help buy new tires cannot obtain coal he will close all his
to be au fait must be longer, much would be. looking for a new '
liness Soon All of which 'only goes to'sbow that only the young and Inexperienced + .
F<",heir' rnniilngabouts plants on Saturday i September1 16, longer. It's merely a case of greed.As position at an early moment-yet it need expect perfection In anything where humane are concerned: and that tt,

t AdKrxosea-to-ashes( joy-carts; thereby throwing out of work more garments have been for the past must bo admitted that even the a little charity and helpfulness, can ge a lobe way. Give my best to 'Etta .' :t

i llf bay it wouldn't.: than 100,000 people-all because of year or so everyone knows just how, est and most healthy microbe and the children and let me hear from you soon agalnX I,;

What I'm"meaning- to give the'priority end ors strike. Those everyone ese is built and, seriously, couldn av"! held out for an instant Your Uncle. JONAS. 't

t Is this simple suggestion: plants use daily; nearly 4000. tons of !the costumes have been the most sensible against the brands of fluid that were -- 'fiN!

r jf everyone in KJsslmFfleA. ana sanitary thanfor decades !poured into. those glasses. This letter'constitutes the third Installment of a series. Others will 4
Should have a severe attack "George Klein a motion-picture director :preceding. If women would revolt

", Of Cleanitallup Paintitupe! held on charge of murderingJohn .against any deteriorating change the f The best hen is the l laying hen. be published In early Issues. -

And all work so'hard4rbere '' Bergen, an,actor, at Edgewater, :style-makers might; go hang for all ,,'
/, -" migbtrbea relapse ::1"5 5HI New Jersey." .anyone cared. : A good gayer) may be described as --.

HI That then', DO doubt ,' We read over these headlines from ; J ?S) Sj 4i a hen hiving a soft rich, red comb A hen with a yellow beak and shank r A, aid(' hen PlAy be faded but: willnow'show'the f > f tiE

y imntee' would be wonderful. one .issue of a paper- which, actually, ,As American Is Spoke !and wattles,.a ron nent.head, good ; ia'stwn t la ,

. : r"U'Ya..uDL" ) : \ a" not more than half,to be found\ I Says the ;Arcadia News: capacity, !plenty } f vigor 'carrying :t any time from June to SeptemberIs vigor.that ,."1",

'1"Y! 'Srhink'yeu.' 1'f-'; remainder in The Associated small of fat' a soft pluv, a ,! yer. akrood layer. k't.
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FOGS / .. 'THE KISSIMMEE, VALLEY GAZETTE. ,FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER, 8, 1923 '


.-"?i KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FLORIDA RAISES MET* OWN MOSQUITOES PERTAINING TO CHURCHES I


a PUBLISHED BTTHB AS is the case' in many states Florida, too, raises her Methodist Cfcarck Ii '

XI88IMMEB VALLEY GAZETTE EVERY FRIDAT own special brand of celucid dipterous insects havingin ReT R. F. Hodnett, Pastor
.
.i KI8 UUIEE. FLORIDA the females\ a' long proboscis, consisting of six distinct '-. Welcome -
slender pieces united at the base, and protected by 9:45 a.: m.-Sunday school. J. L. WOmenr
W.> s. HARRIS. Pr..ldent Overstreet superintendent. '
labium skin of
sheath-Ilk capable of puncturing-
E! d. VANS AGNEW. Secretary a 11:00 a. 'I m.-Sermon. Subject: .
W I* THORNDTKE3. EOltoraVBacnIrrION I man and woman'and child and sucking blood. In other "Purpose and Value of Suffering-." .. . '
words this state takes no backseat (In some counties in '4:00 p. m..-Junior League. .

'** One Copy,' One Year._......,_...?RATKS?......-............"I':: producing her mOlqultoeided and abetted 'by: the 7:00: p. m.-Senior, League devo- r !
One,Copy. Six Month._j.._....... ..... ..._._ ___ l-JJ many citizens who should know better While Osce- tional. I
One Copy, Three Month.,__....._..._._.......-_ -__- ola county has-an under-quota? of the Insects it is entirely 8:00 p m..- Sermon. Subject; ..
"Christian Love to Spelter The -
(Entered at the postofflce at Kl..lmmee. Florida. within reason to declare: fchat this county-rib: northern World." "

'" .. ......nd..la.. man..r.) portion of it at least--can readjly be' freed of the, This. Bank'welcomes,the women-' They are'; ",
I >! from 'a thorl..d correspondent Presbyterian Church
communication .soept
AH bothersome' pests. "
y *.must be litnrd by the writer. entering politics, as they have invaded'let., a
There are large areas in all states free of the mosqui : '
D
Rejected matter will be returned if called for. Rev. W. II. Dresch'D. :, Pastor .
to.-but".lhe'i- no state entirely exempt from-some of ters, .the professions and < all ,kinds'ofthe.world's ,
Foreign. Ad...rtl .,....... /_ I them; while there are states which are celebrated the 9:45 a, m.-Sunday school.
THE AMERICAN PRIF.SS ASSOCIATION ,I 11:00: a. m.- Mornino- worship. work. We are pleased at the grow- .
world over for the huge and peslstenrbmeds tbey-pro-, Sermon theme: "A Victorious Gospel."

{ "' 8 duce. In Kissimmee it is within the province of every' 7:00 p. m.-Junior Christian En- ing number of women customers..
- .FI1lDAYe..SEPTEMBER J922 ,
householder home'property owner to be re- deavor.TiOO""p.. .
.. _. jtnd '-- --- e
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.i --- lieved of these pests, which l it;'at ocaaioniiinTerv: aln,ar --"" m.=Senior-- Christian En- -.--------

anger-provoking. Every bit of stagnant water in poolor deavor; II
8:00 0: m.-Evenino- service. Ser-
FOR THIS WEEK pan, in kettle can, is a. breeding-place for the mos- mon theme: "Little By Little."
BIBIE THOUGHT each secluded beneath the heavy low-
: : quito; damp, spot 7:00 p. m,Wednesday. Prayer
? hanging tree branches will produce its quota; each gar- srvice.

j" bagecan slowly filled and seldom emptied gives birthto A cordial welcome to strangers.'

'j>> .. __ ANOTHER VIEW TO PUBLICITY GAINING the mosquito. 'If each man "would sweep before his Christ'* Church Merchants and Farmers.BankbF ,
*' be of the
own door the mosquito'would soon a thing (Pentecostal) --
LOOKING at the matter from all\ angles numerous past or so seldom seen as to be rarity.It ,
Corner Brack and Oak Streets
: "paper throughout the state have taken up the' matter is up to the individual to take action. Making per- -- .. ;

t of handsome and expensive folders-sort of "one-time I fect the canal zone has shown the world that the mos Walter Lorenz / ? '

.ugge tlons"-and the opinion now prevailing is that quito can be eliminated. Sunday School Superintendent. -- "

j the several thousand \ needed to issue a good ,
. 10:00: a. m.-Sunday school. International '
t grade folder could be used ta much better.advantage ROSEHILL NEEDS SOME IMPROVEMENT lesson. Classes for all ages. .
by-"sending a half-dozeri assorted issues of the local r 11:00: a. m.-Divine worship. Special -.
,
i, + paper to those seeking information relative to the city WITHOUT going to an. expense that would be out 7:15 bibleteaching.m.-Young People's meet- ,

or the county. Along this line 'the Partow Record. publishes or proportion. the improvement brought about the ing. p. -. .

4 the following: chairman of the cemetery committee'should immediately = 8:00 p. m.-Divine worship, Praise OUR GUARANTEE

'' The Chamber of Commerce of'Orlando issues as a see that some work was done at that spot to benefit testimony. Inspirational Singing. : .
Bible i.
2:30 m.-Tuesday. Women's
"house -yg""" ' hnanHfully! printed and handsomely .- the appearance. It is true that the city obligates itselfin class.p.

) made up publication entitled "The Orlando Magazine no way when selling burial lot to keep up the premises 8:00 p. m.-Thursday. Praise Tes is good service and reasonable prices. Yourelectrical .
? ," devoted to the advancement of the best interests -nor is there an agreement on the other hand that timony. Preaching. quality, -1

tl of Orlando, Orange county and the state of each lot-owner must keep his area in any specified con' Everybody cordially" invited" to all needs are neither too small or too large tI
services. Come. "Pray. "Be
.A Florida. The Record acknowledges receipt of a copy. dition. Neither the owner nor the city is in any way lieve." I for us. We are here to give you service at any time. ,
Without any desire to detract from the manifold obligated\ once the transfer is completed.But .

w;' merits of the publication in ,question, the Record it stands the municipality in hand to make some Mining dumps of South America 1 Estimates cheerfully given. t.

rises to, ask why it is necessary to spend, not to expenditures at t stated times to keep down the Rrass are being worked by improved machinery .
and weeds and to st-fe that all unneeded growth is wipedout. to recover metals discarded
nay waste, the money of the supporters of any commercial Kissimmee Electrical
) organization in ornate magazines; or other It is the final earthly resting-place of all-and when the gold was being Recovered. Company

forms of house organs/ if the newspapers of the those who remain make frequent visits to the spot. A dance hall is being/ erected in II. O. KKIGUI', I'ropriMor ;

,1 ,l'' city in which that commercial organization/ exists Lacking the needed water Rosehill cannot be beautifiedas I Charing Cross rond, London, to accommodate -
I ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
are ving'whdJeht'arted support to that organization many would wish-but it can be made neat and, to | lt>00 dancers and 1,000
r j i literature descriptive extent attractive without great outlay. Reverencefor (LICENSED)
t I ? Leaflets and other forma of sonic spectators. Three bands will furnish
_K I of the city ahd its environs, in which a those whose remains have been placed there shouldbe o 1 stimulant toward an upkeep that accord with, the
mail
commercial body may be located, to be sent by a be engaged I to teach dancing.

,". as "one time" propositions nrrd to be followed by purposes of the spot. I i Fixtures, Appliances CALL UP Wiring, for Light

t ; letters and newspapers'!, have their places in rhunirber Until pro}>('r agreements shall be entered into between Bank messengers in Wall street will\ and Heat and Power.
and those who own lots in the cemetery be dressed in and
44 of commerce or board of trade economy. the city bright red coats,
with which the upkeep shall be made co-operativ, the have portable safes attached to pad i Edison Lamps. 60 Motor\ Repairing:
in view there is much in
C Taking this point sense
: municipality should not allow Rosehill to be neglected; locked belts around their waists.,! Under :
seeking to conserve in the matters of expenditures by I
I
fcV and the people will never utter a remonstrance against this systm, it is believed the pub-
out the "handsome trimmings." A (folder of I
cutting
ti the proper care of the !pot at any reasonable outlay. lic will rush to the rescue of any red- i I 9 Darlington Avenue Willson Building Kissimmee #
44 fairly good quality, even though/ small, cannot be issued ,
coated attacked robbers.
messenger by
', for less than a thousand dollars; and there are STILL "DIGUING" AT THE FOOL DRIVER I' -- -- -_. . ,
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) y, more communities that' pay for their handsome issues ; ,/ ". .- .- -- .

J, above the three thousand dollar mark than there are I STATISTICS are. frequently in error, but from the '

".. below that figure. One Florida city last year paid quantity of dispatches from all. sections of the countryit Florida Furnishes Three
'
dollars when national compilers Young PeopleAs
seven thousand ; 1 may be taken as granted that

... Those who receive these handsome issues enjoy them tate that more than 91,000 human beings have been

for a brief moment-but should bot.understood that killed through accidents and mishaps .to automobiles Missionaries to Foreign Fields

the majority of people writing for information regard- within the past eightteen months the assertion is about .

s lug a city or a county desire ,to learn more than can be I correct. To make a comparison it may be cited that r .. .. -
-- -- -- -- ---- -
gleaned from one carefully-written article with a clever I but 48,000 men from America were killed in the overseas -' I

fi illuminated cover. lie wishes to' see the "everyday I war. Some sixty percent of these deaths in Amer- .t

j' happenings;" to learn all the actual "goings-on"- from ica were caused by foolhardy drivers who believed theyhad .

time to time;' to learn of cloudy conditions' as well as the Flght-of-way over all railways and it_ is a con- s W 1.M a d

'i,,.3'the sunshiny '.ucCesll! s. lie likes to note whether the servative presumption .that ninetyfiveperce t of that

,.... :; ,. f acreage*put in by Brown made a good yield-and if it number were easily preventable. Of the remaining forty i t ) A 1 Y !La> K ty c" jf $ .3r :w tM')

'l! was"a'faiture'he'is; anxious, know/the why.of it. He percent of that 91,000, it' Is ''believed that four-fifths }, a )
wants to nOte Black has concluded to build if the'drivers of these'auto- '
..j that a garage would not have happened # a r6 nr,,, 'eik
aa y
b'' ;. .for }ifs new car-for that hows that Black Is mak- mobiles' had .used (a'modicum (/commonsense. ','There r'yl i's11SdM' kfrNMLI iQ.'S'7 rj ., t4 A r ;.

'd, r Ingrprogress." He is anxious to know how Green is are, to be sure, "certain unavoidable accidents which .

r making it in the poultry line-.-andif there is a'demand result seriously, but the number as compared with the ...

r for all eggs that can be produced at a profit. If White entire deathlist will be found very small. The fatalities

e haft ..acid' his nice home and going to build another the caused' :, from recklessness would be of no account wereit 2+Cy .;

{ prospective comer takes it as a matter of belief in the not that innocent passengers in the cars are the ones J

city and county He wants to read the advertising publicity usually killed; were the drivers the only persons that I

k of the many mercantile establish"mE'nts-for he passed out little notice would be paid to the h/nppening

''may be a merchant anxious to locate where there are ii iseatsl
t'tis
F ?
no advertisers, as that is indicative of the lack of facilities QUICK, WATSON. THE CONGRESSIONAL ; .

-and he mpy believe in publicity. All these DIRECTORY .
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\ things,*re not told in pamphlets-but in a dozen copies ----- ;
}o of the local paper he can familiarize himself with |the TIlE Titusville Star-Advocate said last week:

.city and adjacent country. And a colpy of the local Senator Oilchrint and Trammell arc to be congratulated .

"I weekly' can be handed him for 'a dozen or more weeks I for voting; to double the protective tariff {

,. 1 for'no great outlay; in fact a thOltsand'inquirers may duty ( from half a cent a pound) grapefruit/ a 1
have such service for three months for one-fifth the Florida product. On the tariff bill itself with 22

other democrats they voted "no." -- ....
f price of a fine booklet which is seen and read but the
r f I. one time-and! only the "best side" of everything is The first question that'naturally arises after the aboveis

shown* "What was Senator Duncan U. Fletcher doinjf" Thereis .

r p With a five dollar classified in each of ter\ papers in no other query.LAEELAND. ,. ," ,

) the north and middle west, and with a double-printed HAS NEW EVENING PAPER Miss Alberta '(see Davis ((1)) of PensacoU, who will sail soon from New York on the Munson Liner American Legion.' i
folder small enough to be placed in an ordinary envelope ((2)) for Buenos Aires Argentina where she will engage in educational missionary work under the direction of 1'I

t'y? a vast amount of good could be accomplished. COMMENCING its first issue Monday '''afternoon the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. Rev. ((3)) and Mrs. C W Branch ((4) of Plaut
City leave soon for Mexico, where they will do missionary work In a new
boys' school
On the folder could be made an offer to send the local at Saltlllo
appeared the Lakeland Advertiser, a. neatly-printed and
for three months free to all interested --
paper upon ret -
from energetic city. Thus far
an
newsy paper every
-- Tielpt of a request-and there could be outlined a. large number has been replete with matters and editorials WITH the sending out this season' distinction of being the first architectever of 900.000.000 people or one.h if the ',
amount of publicity for small newsy fifty new missionaries by the sent out by the Foreign Mission total population of the
a sum of money-as compared globe. |
And the projectors should not feel ashamed of :
Foreign Mission Board of the Board, and his Indicates
with the sum needed to issue booklet of appointment And the results on the field bart \
? proportions in a suitable a proper it. However, to date, no advice have been received as' Southern Baptist Convention' 260 new I the vast Pitent! of the Southern! Bap- kept pace with the larger investment ,
quantity. to the publisher or publishers or editor or business man- workers have been sent to foreign tist work In that country. More than In the work and number of workers. ;

f IGNORANCE BROUGHT SUDDEN DEATH ager-an ,oversight which by all means should be cor- fields during the 7B/ Million Campaign, half of the total number of mission- Since the outset of the Campaign the
rected 'before its or one-half the goal that was set in aries In the employ of this board ..
age increases to any great extent.I are Foreign Mission Board reports the or? i
the number ofworkers to be providedduring located In China here the '
results at ganlzatlon 21.723w'baptisms
r of 117 churches
new ,
AGAIN has the
necessity of knowing how to swim
that movement. It I. anticipated their labors are
gratifying to the
very
been made more emphatic;; either to know how or to HAVE never yet heard man or woman much abused the Remaining 260 will go out officers of the Board. with 211 new Sunday schools A

keep out of the water other than that in a bathtub. that I was not inclined to think the better of them; and during the remainder of the Campaign Large Interest centers, also. In the contributions a gain of to 17.576 Baptist pupils work, of native$1-

Three .boys at Fort Myers, the oldest only nineteen to transfer any suspicion or dislike to the person who period that will expire In December, launching of an Intensive missionarywork 003.890.68, and 629,642 treatments administered
went to a creek to "swim"-none of them being able appeared to take delight in pointing out the defects of 1924. The workers going out this Season In Palestine to which country by missionary physicians.

to handle bI aell., The older boy wad*! out beyond his" a. fellow creature.--Jane Porter. will enter the fields of China, Ja I there go Rev. and Mrs. Fred Bunyan Churches on the foreign fields, exclusive
called pan, Africa, Palestine, Brazil, Argentina Pearson of Moulton, Ala., and Rev. and of the
depth; for help which the others could not give; new territory in Europe
and before assistance could be summoned the lad was ONE of the{ silliest of human delusions is the idea that Inasmuch, Uruguay, Chile and Mexico.! ;. Mrs. J. Wash Watts, of Laurens. S. C. and the Near East now number 622

r t dead. Every school in every state should see to it that time will brig everything out all\ right. Haven't you effort of the as denomination the largest Is missionary centered at Borne work native In missionaries are already with 64.251 members. There are ,also
Palestine and the
each pupil could not only swim, but could render aid in heard people yet that off-and then proceed to do nothing In the Orient the larger portion of the there !I. considered outlook 971 Sunday schools with 63,61 pupils,
en very and (94
the water to those who might .bo suddenly stricken with whatever with time ?-John, M. Siddall. workers sailed from Seattle 'Saturday, despite the present complicated encouraging politi-- with 26.607'mission students.schools of all grade .

illness. Such instruction September J, on the Admiral( Liner cal
It' could easily be given in this and racial controversies. Expense Rat Is Low '
county-,and before a boy or girl,Ii nine years old each THOSE trainmen who will 'leave] a couple thousand President Jackson for stations In Campaign BsJngs Enlargement! More than $6,250,000 net has EOisT

r( can easily! be jnrofitient in the art of ewimming and passengers stalled in the deserts east of California, mere-. China and Japan. The missionariesfor In.addition to the sending out of 250 from the Campaign Into foreign ,

', saving others.8UWANEE. 4y that they might show their disgust at- the railroads fields on other continents sail new workers to foreign fields'the 75 slon work, and so economically' have 'J

that would not yield to !he .strikers' demands, are the from New York on various lines and Million Campaign has made it possible these funds been handled, the Board
some of them will not d n rt until .to Increaie
j county has nepttlvad HI* r<.a >Hnf fhn very men who.11 howl that they Blimild ba uilcen back by tho number of mrtlrr pur V* T '
/
,:" tanner .and the commissioners by n' vote of three to the roads and given their'priority ranks ""bec.ulle'of their September Varied SO.Types Workers Sent workers from 771 to 1172, to practical dollar )baa actuallypreached the foreign ,
ly double the '
j .' two have decided todo with the ihe missionary equipment in fields, only S.74 cents out of each'
way.. county agent, loyalty to their employers" and to the great traveling Included in the list of missionaries the older fields of
home! demonstration the China, Japan, Africa dollar being required to car for tIle>
agent; pocnty fairland the Of course ;'
) public. they'should be rewarded. are preachers and evangelliti, teach. Italy, Brazil, Argentine 'l
I Chile, total cost of administration. But with "
ci1 -:- ..county veterinarian, by making no levy for-the srpportof Ii i ers, doctors, nurses,, one architect one Uruguay and Mexico, and to
enter the these .economical-w'<
larger ,
a,i f :. these, requisites for advancement. Th prospects IF :YOU work for a ,man. In heaven's name work for expert la domestic science and special new,fields of Spain, Jngo-Siavta. Hungary administration receipts the Board and Is unable to/W,./
*" that Suwanee county which increased its population him. workers among women and children. ,
If he "
Roumanian
Southern
y t I pays you wagesthat supply you your bread Russia, Palestine meet the demands upon It and at tts;; ,1't 1
,1186V in the ten ,years preceding: the 1820'' census will and.bu\ter,' work for him, speak well of him, think,well William Earl Rlnes of8partanbnrg. and Siberia. Southern Baptists last annual meeting It was ..compelled s %/

o ,;JoM:Mreral l.times, that' ',,!number;; before the,next ,census,!i; of him, stand by him and stand by the Institution h* . 8. C.the. who construction goes to Shanghai oLallminsionary 'to.supervise now have a ,practically unbroken to reduce the requests of the missionaries j
r 4 string of mission
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.010..000 00.00'OOOtO I Gordon Butt rft' left ft t "
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on Thursday J" .i i e ; l ;flit bAPTIST'. PASTOR HOME TOO '
M 1NY PAPERS
L' LOCAL
in.1' ;:
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lor' Bloomlngton Indiana where ha r1-gb ) ,' {
; ;', i" univeri't: at tlnevh FROM NORTifkRN TRl'Rev PESTER BUSY
WEATHER REPORT''e will again take up his studies of med., where tc wag: 1 continue his s.udlei I' LJU, 1 ..3r R. i "" N 1 MERCHANTS* .
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"cin*' in the University: of Indiana. medical; lines. ; J. A. Sutto- -sj- i I' ""t 1 ,
Official Bulletin'of daily: tern O ., Yean when political'
ajp
every par.
I :'evening from .h's sumni vaeatt' t ,. ,1er's .ate
perature and precipitation fur- I.
I .Miis' Clara Tucker,, of Kissimmee 'Xo: t On Posstfll avenue l' 'to l.'a? ant.'ot''er' southeastern\ 'ty or faction thoVg ht they had, to,have .
< nlshed by': the Kissimmee Cooperative *, : or near ; during which time! he.+ .* ent A j, f x- ; \ t
U. 8. Weather Bureau *. was the guest of Miss Geraldine Lesley gold: bra'nd' br;ctlet ong' avcd 'M.: L. Tiorth'as Pennsylvanlrwhere: hlj was aut'es was' g yen', A st4 place at i'e an "organ" and dt required only( a-It.,., ,

g.. '. Station for the week\ ending the first pea: of this,.week.- T. ISiJZ, Reword for letuw to Mrs.//'at one time located: -and he ol'o Visit"- Mere ting of t>eNS. )utheastern Passenger hundred dollars 'to equip: a county
1 Thursday, September 1, 1922: ,< ' \ newspaper, two, thre! and"even tout ,,
Haines Herald. S9-ltJ Asheyllle
City Taw, 21 Posseil avenue. .ed Ohio! as well sa other, states.: 'JTe Association in on Wed-
j' w. 'J O returned more in love with Florida "ed-yj: August 1C,' at which time' the newspaperswere" quite common In
I
.: DateMax.. Min. Prep. 0 Miss Mary.Hod nett Ia to attend La-: Born: At Wotherford,, Texas .Sun ,Florida Board small towns. In more recent times
'r' 0 Friday, Sep .1_.....87 70 .03. ? than ever, and mentions very unpleasant" Development which initiated
for her second September the
Grange
college, year, day, : 3; to Mr.and. Mrs.J, the movement to homeseekers' new paper'' business baa been
conditions at eel T'-V; ,secure -
2..91 71 retina
Saturday, Sep ..o0.0e
v" ( and Mlas'Martha Hodnett will attend R. Nelson, -a sonr; Mr Nelson, "as placed higher business plane and
j Sunday Sen 8.., .93 71 .33 'cry place Visited. There seems to rates;, presented, some facts
d. the same institution for her first Miss Ruth Clark, ,was a former resli ,it taken ten"Umes' much money to
that the 'railroad
: 4 Monday,' Sep 4 .._.94 ,, 70 ,.80 will/leave have beer lost \o a great cxtan' that showing managements
for L dent Klssli% and ,
year They Grange. /-of .nle 'ot': Tuesday .Sep 6......90 72. ,406 .Monday. | old spirit; which' formerly l.itted--: some country did
on circle of ,friends who will remember.' are discriminating terrl.t ..; twerty-fivo :year. ago,, and, print'
,land '' againsttnls.! r
0 there is declar'ed'4
,
Wednesday, Sep &._89 70 .60 $ i great falling : ore
Jeer. are paid front tfiree
to four times
.J' A discount of one-fourth the price ]off in church attehdanc/ This la rV by rates accorded to other dealU )
V a
> : Thursday, Sep 7..93' 72 .50 | I ",, nations. as much for their.labor, Under these ',
i Readings, are''made' at'.6:00'p.' allowed on all job-printing brought: For Sale: Pu -bed, Rhode If.l lanbRed ,point i almost universally ot.ed-but : conditions it 'takes

to, for-the'preceding twenty-four' the office"of The. Gazette: betweennow cockerels; prices $2 and $2.50 al"'leu in the south, than in the ncrt i Active o-o >eration \f other 'agen- money to supparl:
hours. 'cies had been!' enlisted and the Nation a'newspaper, and, thanks be, merchants
closing and
and the days of September. 1. each. Call'at once. Mattie Stanford" vcst. Railway conditions! he reported "
n Ov ALLISON T. FRENCH. 'al 'Real' Boards have learned the benefit of ad-
Association! of Estate ,
Perfect work .
gqaranteed.ye..twenty..fiyaperl'.nt. 206 Vernon avenue.. Kissimmee. 39-tf as most unpleasant upon his ?
j* _ _Co-operative" Observer. the b5Frprat'L -{ ,e! lsin.. And, having learned the
. ,Phone..ND... J[return trlpand'jn be- was represented; at hearing
--- after ,
------- : one case ...... .
000 04004004400000 Mrs-:7: : ;h--.T.; ittrofadv"rll..11'I1J' thffy Ita. sal"Y
11. 1 MI". and Richards lefF| ing on a train nea.rly.alx hours he 11111, vice-presldt'nt' fUT tVgJBOuthoastcm

on Tuesday' for a visit of two "months found that he was but< about: fifty j! at t sl.aE1.Jr. tl. R.ich.! :- so learned the cost of advertising' in'
:
Ivey Timmons, of Klesimmee'aformer .with relatives and friends at Caruth- ''nrdson, .a member!' of their hornesekers' or more papers when .one .could ;

LOCAU resident of Gainesville, has ersville, Missouri. They went by |I rate committee. Mr. Hill also is cover the field. Bradentown has' ;

.. ; been the guest of his!, uncle and aunt.! train "it is 'chea'per and quicker," ev-ery l i!president of the Florida Realtors Association 'long had two good weekly newspapersand I.two I.' :

11fiJPF' $ Dr. and Mrs.... H.- Alderman, at their said Mr. Richards."and will allow us RAILWAY CROSSING!; '' and others who attended the only' recently) both these news :1

""- i : hojnejpn_East !JJniyer8ity! _avenue.. to remain the longer among our old. WJLL BE ASKED BY CITY,. hearing Include: L, Wallace! seofetary papers announced that they would '

Gainesville News. time' friends ?' -:"--'--"-- ---- XAtr. I- ." of'th'isr Florida" Realtors Association searLAaily:....pi.pr.ra. tJpon'.htrlnir ......--...;.;: .

The I All street crossings of railways in I ... this news the Merchants' Association I rand
Thursday half-holiday closing I ; Vet I Brown, Bartow, pres-
Fred Co. Kenney, of Saint Cloud, Car Owner: lI"v I.HI!" Kissimmeo are in o most deplorablelecnditicn.
season in Kissimmee will end on I ; _)'II" a. : [ dent of the Polk County Realtors the Board of Trade of Hmden- ,t
has informed the county commission-' car that would like to in bse The planking is uneven
you : put very: town held
session
It. ThxSrsday, September 28. I I 'Association; E. P. Green, Bradentown, a joint !' and gave the
II[I ers that if their recommendation to on an income of $5.00 a day? Better badly splintered in, many _ln- /land J. B. McDonald, West Palm publishers written notice*t\iat\ 1.r' two v .

Shaves, 15c; haircut, 35c; children '(the governor shall be confirmed he investigate thia; Address- Postofficcv!,(ttancnst; ,an8 .jromiscs Jnjury'! to all Bench. iilativca orcan.La'-' daily newspapers were started .in "
: Re from ..
?-
prove
25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 18tJMiee will take up the duties of probation Box: 117, Kiasimniee,. Florida. .39-lt cars which cross. Thurdaevcniaithe / "BraUisKlown"! Tvotfld'
they
:I I : ions in Other states also were pres- supporfnS'lJi- .Ii' ,
Haze) Bass to leave officer for the'county.. - council Instructed the city attorney er As result the two Brndc'i-; '
plans on Lee Rogers has leased the room be- ('nt. The request made of the Squf- grfe. a

Tuesday for Bristol! Virginia, where Frank Kritz, who;;- recently "!nag- side the fire: department and!] proposesto to lake up the matter with thc- eastern' Passenger AasoolaUoawaa...town newspapers'! have been! consolidated .'I,
I Atlantic Coast Line with view to
a ,
she will enter Sullins college. and Rrcdenfown wilfTisve "no
ged" his arm while playing ball, install the headquarters of the replacing these dangerous crossings that the member lines promulgate ;

Dr. O. L. Buckmaster'and Dr. R. M.I found that member growing worse instead Sanitary Hairy! Company nj; that, with those of a variety used elsewhere homesppkers' rates' .from gateways of strong newspaper and the merchants 0-, t
of better-and his decided territory territory
parents point. Ho will bottle his milk and
, ( Bucjrmaiter, osteopathists, 211 East : along its line-and wlit-n: these for
nifveitisinjj1( In-ono nesiapir.I.r.:
to take him to a hospital in there and, ask. carriers in other associations -
Jackson street, Orlando. 33-tf I I; cream will use the room' asa arc completed there will be found.] ;a pusKcngcr '**
Lakeland
--- Orlando to undergo an operation. Ho delivery point for his'excellent pr.IducU. !. (wonderful improvement The requesttfor'the to conj; rnte by adopting; : Tdejjrnm._. 1 nJITRORS

Miss Blanche Davis, who is employ- is now nicely improving. samo basin for ruy,s.
|J (desired! betterment will he '
ed at Perry, arrived 1 In Kissimmee onWlydne9Hny I I ac- W. H. Howard, chairman, advisedthe DRAWN; FORCOUNTY
of the priesallowed '. '(Icompanied hy a. special) request that f '
to visit iieY parents. A discount one-fourth Mr and Mrs, Huntl'r Dillard and Florida Develophient! Hoard under COURT ERM 4'
on all job-printing brought to J. C. Lcdbctler!: arrived in KHtsiminee a tcro Rinjr. he l' construct at hard
dale of Thursday August 17; that he
Tho September term the
Millinery and hemstitching at-The the office of The Gazette betweennow from their homes at Oxford on Tu- :s- Street, where! lit'present nothing! of had Lpeh requested to a re- of county
Hat Shop," 12 Darlington avenue. and the closing day of September the SO7-1' exists.j prepare court will open on Tuesday next,
Jay, and remnincil ai guei-ts of Mr. '
fume of all data, exhibits, etc., apd Judge T. L. Comer presiding The
Phone 61. Mrs. J. J). Woodbeck. Perfect work guaranteed. and Mrs. 1S. L--dbetter. i'RIACIIFRfYACt'1'1'S
Messrs. 1\11'1'11(1)1"1'' ) ,
: the ru.sinns! will; be: renorted as following jurors"have been drawn to
39-2t I Save twent -five percent. Phone No. ))iIntd) LfiMiptter,:
qind li.ivtretuinc.l\ T 1
I ,I ; WEST ("OAST piji'v; us may; be possible.I serve: > ., V
Miss Mamie Tiller and Tiller P. F.
Mary Armstrong D.V.. Herman I ,
extended! vi.s.i' I It-v. R. IlocJnctt: and! family retunnc'd II Rl-riTKNS PROM :NOltl'llCAROLINA':
I returned on Wednesday'from avery Miss Virginia Lesley who has been [ t M. C. Dnpont* n. M. Funk, B. K. Oww-
n Friday fruit, tier, L\.. Tlinr I
I pleasant visit in Ohio and other visiting. with friends and relatives in Judge, G, F. Kiil.' has r received! informs : Hi Snitll1.1 i j .'.1! leuvii.g, "on\. ford, Ed Oeorgp. Raymond bonier, K.

I states. Tampa for the past few weeks, ar- A. McC.il I. II. -Overdtreet, J. C. '
,, lion t .f the t5'I: h; of Jul.nV'..Irk, the:" "HI John, nl tlril! plan- lii- Mr C. E. Hilton returned on Mondfly -

Miss Mary Tiller- --will leave on Tuesday rived in Haines City last Saturday who ,, ::11! lie ; <"> .1,1 hy m\" nycitireim : ph.\hi'l; :'1 c .''ndit;.! ;im ifi: "lo'\ly; In-( .c,,! iv: ; '' from FUilu-l.-i. !North: (Tarolin't nft Prpntiss, M. M. Simmons, n. A.

for Tallahassee-! where she will where she will make her home with It s Hsid'iioin! thin city fi r _. ali'ioa' lieis "still, vo'y weak ; bitt err "'''''('I'nl wi'lts visit at that )point -Smith.Fishp'inrn. '

I enter for her senior year at the College her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley some time, fin \vlo la't- r. -.l1. ,-\ d 1 l' i j'l.c" ,I f'i) lojivc I bins,; at S'll'ue"- accompanied ,ly her (.11 iltf" "n. This: J'

for Women of )rirst street. Haines. Cit. S.nil. (riu.id] -,.'ht's: 1 I'.. <' ;.!(-[ unlit) .lulid. fur. a period., Daring t ll-< ;ir ouiiigAV vac )1'p" fd-I, hom.-, and l !id'' 0 giva'l: i; off the Norwegian ,coast

Herald. about a year r'I(f>. Hi ; dptitl! ) o-" "rr"tI ; ro ?;\11'. llorinctt: hrs' : \-ii-it--d,! K.-- onjoyptl! the viMt. Mi's/ II ia..n; repro-] ( :, are catching)been: n o-o in mncken.tlinn that!: "lflh'ing' :has
evpr cni'frht section
L. Leslie will his real ct Providence, Rhode] I land. 1'11.- ndverne renditions xi.tillg' in -
3J move estate on sinuo' at intervals mtnv: i( .''
.
: Miss Martha Belle Harris will ar- ; \iry frequent smacks loaded! the
office into the Bank building S. . the locnlitie-i she : ', are tit< wat "sedge !
State day Aufru ?ir V/ark wiw; !91 l in tmrh hi- vis-tfd--mir.y; an lcpt with
rive from her home in Kissimmee tonight < HJWJI.VK < with mackerel" eaeh.'fher
in the offices recently vacated by ,'cars of flpe.M . (>f pmr'Io.vinert and fm-ir.ir whut'will" ; 10,000 i
a congregation and he lins dune
and will be the weekI'ndCueflt/ ; intown'ds !
two each
,are retelling nt cents aid
Edward E. Lock..-Ilnines City Her I ; lie denpernte con of Miss Mary Early. Miss Harris isOne' eneournpfiug( the liony t interests :
ald. : i'w.: Jofpjihiiu1 Klllqtl'i 1. i i"mi- !. Throufh ill I the mint'strnversd in miant't'es) for Ics than a tent. The
I of the Instructors in the puhlirschool ) ru1 n pair jf, shoa ivliirli have l he"n in which so many resident; ; ,are unusually J large

Mrs. M. E. Conner, mother of.Mrs.C. and will again this year In-1 in her family for ina'ny yiar.., and] tlioi.valuo ';; of the county have rmbnrkrd), !" L'utli: she heard the
E. Hilton, is gradually recovering principal of the grammar school.. ] is only for the nss'.fiHtion of pa''cuts trill\\ make, frequent' trips to that than "FI almost<;ridll v as in thee better btate7i condition! !i Thnrp arc-poor laying hens in aft '

from her recent' severe illness, yet it Winter Haven Chief. the past. :She::; is ndvprti-Hn:.': fur their.return Sutherland to keep in close contact. any breeds. ,, ?
: many arc bound to locate-somewhere
is with difficulty she slowly --r--- iTidVot 'Ihas the, will: don with their son.SECURl1 ;
can move : ( :n
A discount of one-fourth the priceallowed -. in Florida if they can dispose of their HOME ron SALROne
about the house. on all job-printing brought to great fnvor liy pron-ptly retuni'iiir.; PICHIC! AC'1t1 holdings!: farther north. - 1
O ]Mrs.\ thinks .
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Maroney, who the office of The Gazette between Kirkpntrii'k they were '.' TIIROl'CiH TUB UNIVEltSmI : of tna prettiest and -best-locat-i(: I

have been visiting relatives in Savannah I I now and the closing day of September. picked up by mistnkejj) > some store' FIREMEN CONTINUALLY; ed homes in KIslmmee! Nlcply.'flirr: y

the past month, returned. to KlsI I j x Perfect work guaranteed.' where she was trading. I Senator Duncan U. fletcher is sending (I RUNNING GREAT RISK\:: nished. Half callh..balanceter-, to
I I I to the'press of this state
simmee on Tuesdo f. The trip was a. Save -twenty-five' percent. Phone No. ] Miss' Lillie Dale, for Iftng a teacher of a letter he received from the a chief copy ;: At Jackson, -Mississippi----- Marshall suit J.' M." DUNCAN. ..ExcjuslvnAgent. '

pleasant pne, and the round-journey I'' 11. in the public sthools of Kissimmec, of public' roads, Thomas E. McDonald,* Gatlin, vo4; and C. P. Phillips, 29. are ,. ..' A-., : '8-tf. I'BANKRIJITSALE | .

. was. made in their automobile. I Mr. and Mr .. Ralph H. Bearden ar- and engaged for the third grade to in order that all those interested may/<(dead and T. Smith i is in hospital suf-' ,

:.I\ A discount of one-fourth the price rived' Kissimmee :on Sunday-driving'from commence next Monday, is at present learn how t.b'eymay obtain picric acid. fering severe injuries* "as the result of i {L Jbar ;::I! :

S allowed oh all Jcb-prlnting brought to their home .in ,Mlamf'lltovisit visiting in Daytona' Beach. Becauseof The letter is given below, as it was-addressed the destruction,of r a'i fire truckwh'ltraveling'i <':It: One,go d mu\0 pales ono g! ..IrXdredotar \ '
their relatives at 305. Emmett failing health' Miss Dele hm' asked to Senator Fletcher "I" : '' : \ t';' high; rate( o speed. i Undr "
./ the offico of The Gazette between :: r ( ''fooK .t i 1,4at.
ll .
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hilT1 l .: w'a'h.d! the closing:,, dart) of Septenrwber. street,,,: ; Since they have I'driv .for:ones, yenr's4 leisure-in'which (vacationrfeeling1the! j I ': ."'Ifamjn r receipt :of'yourulettee'' i! ; ,1 enfe]\:The l men; file t nworalon! w" )nlgtia tift'onyange afo" Brahma u 'rl :Ja'tj h,i;.

1 Perfect work'' 'guaranteed.Save to Jacksonville and returned .:''-"cnA necessity' of tiegiinJher ; r uiring'wjth'rreferenca''' to'rpicr'mracldwhich' 'ala rlnl.f; ,a Jru; ,':VhJ tvP1! ,. !f.'cityilote ..t 1i 'J&M 1luncaii:"TtUat t l {

twenty-five percent. Phofle No. de.voring'to -make the most of the 'usual t healti) -and 'the school is being distributed for lan'd nt 40 miles, an car suddenly 38-tt tr .0;, ": ;I.... ",! '.q,, f'JI' .1.s,. .

11. vacation' allowed Mr. Bearden. board has granted her request) with clearing purposes. In Florida the skidded; iwunr into n rv of pakelniitomobiles. \ :
'Too LATHYra artit
much reluctance.KISSIM.MKK. College of Agriculture lit Gainesville: wrrckiniy] three of the n, cLAeail"Y! rV

Miss Orpha Rose, accompanied by Mrs. U. J. Burrows, with her young -----.- i its co-opprating with us to the extent and! then vnflinar into the air, turn- ItINTpurnlahc'd. ) ; room wltli run-

several friends, autoed from Orlandfr daughter and Bon, arrived from their TEAM WINNER': of'collecting' individual orders and! inu- over. T'le' accident happ 'n",1) ;in .''" in urlvn'. t.m.'I.:' Jt '
-- -- ''"H. II nvnuaopponlte'blgh a lnokayrtte 1 1uS
yesterday to spend the afternoon with home in Oklahoma on Sunday evening :1 tn n p-amc between n team gnthere1 handling the distribution of carload! \' front of Gtt lin's home and his wife .... :

her mother, Mrs. Agnes Rose, and and are now located with Mr. \v,.s n witness t-> the trn-ywlv. OH'pvis -
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1 i.n Kisaimmer in which only a few t shipments. Up to the present timeno l FOR HM..K:-- \V"lckr huhy: 'rr1ia.\\
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rose and guest: Burrows at 216 Beaumont avenue, of j8. regular club took pnrt, and UiobaIjP orders for picric acid have, been \ killed. outright,' Jill neck being: amen rulih<>f-tlrdj M.rt. -e..-1' v' ?.4 '
north. Mr. Burrows is the newly rriinh.i-nrt. Inquire .t Umettf ofnca
Miss Rose is dietitian at Orlando
an broken
f inK of Saint CIou-l, played] utHiiint received: from Florida although we .tt
engaged secretary of the Chamber of _* :
hospital Cloud Wednesday, Ki"simmee Ivivo reccive-J! numerous" inquirie, *. \ Apt ,
ommerce. Irs. Burrows is an expert TWO :M-.WSIMfKK" : ( liANULSThe :", ... '
walked with the honors by from individuali.\ ] It is suggested; ,. ..
The weather of Tuesday .. aw.y - - "
unpleasant in music, and will establish clns-. I. ;" ',."
the usual attendance a score of 9) to .2. that. your eu'iistitiients' ; be, advised t tiiiinniuniciilc to Rtbr'nu; Wl ito Way, w-qM.,* \'": <
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evening prevented .
sea in violin, flute, and. piano as!' occasion \ "' r
at the meeting of the Osceola offer. --- -- --- ( with \Vilnion Newell' ], "ub"cll\ ) b.1J1'1',!,t liy, T.V. Scwr-l';: ] Whm trade withus..

Growers, which was scheduled to take may ,, GKOIUMAXS; ; MAY\ U1CATK ERR d':rector of extension, (:Villctro:: of AKIIci'tlie formeily miii.|;, .ce;; ',' uf. the (;t.'i'.ni'i\r: e ''*'"' you WIlo\T \'otf WANT you

place in the Chamber of Commerce, ,Allen J. Miler, who has been filling J. R. Young and daughters/ AliHs' (;laine..villc, if the. .1.... in'ei- Sun, \\ h" Iu4s" a''**- nly Cd "'J! pu.v.s .TN: YOTt, WANT IT
the the Christian church for c-ted in olitaininp) a supply of picric.; oio11.
of .
and scattering membership pulpit .. 1. '
only a ,
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aisy Young" accompanied by n Mr. I- Ti cn'.ni 1>lotn our ft-vfe
showed The next session of the some months, 'leaves today for his oldck.i'ltor: of the Zol- I'. I f, HIM! Wi nr hktidllnir our + '
up. Butler,, all of Atlanta, arrived ,, ,. Iy ... '
body will be held Tuesday evening atSaint home in Jersey City, New Jersey and. .. cnv from( .1001:0",1 l on Wrdrtor- Soda fuu'nh, fo Springs II{'I'/< III'. ions' moved his: 'I llV,y cl1Ili CM IM'K mRrlfln'' rt
JIMlinorainy more .
'"" that will to t iteup ? \ to Waucholn{ 5mnV t,t"<< ,: i I will Klvn ant '
Cloud. from point return ) plant and < < o "ici'this |: ... ar.--yi.u! q't t4
and ( of the IJ. B. ,
day, are ft'iic'l ,
popular rn (; u'nl' .Pritain. Until rexntly I- r F* eve de liver within +.
his studies in the Johnson Bible ... week the IKnJd! will be i.<.tu.lfriiin .. I ,, ,I"
A'lujn) family "\\1 ]11. 'nod 1" even ;ic, iced! diii'i: nml, Fuda' : foi ntninve ,.
A discount of one-fourth the price College, at Kimberlin Heights Ten t that city.The t-r oasis' ; KOI- elnra'alna'i
.and the\A. S. N'el < f ] Bro.ndwny. .
: ,1I1' uniy on : jjiiicticrlly: unknown oits.idv of .. :
allowed all job-printing to nessee. .He opinions -- - '
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on { brought expresses -r i ( "t5
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n strrmjj probability I.i ndon. luil' 1 tI.ey can now 'I' four !din t ic. I't itti-mjjt to ....nl.. M u)
the office of The Gazette between of Kissimmee and those whom hr has: '; .. "' : '
;'these vi itorn nirtv, onurludc1 to l" c. tcIpermnnently most' of the\ pi utit.ctl: c,::1 '''''. of tl! L; I'1: in.t icijuirej 50 co'.lU-H' and ;;,",1yals . II' C \ UI.OVAYKUnlmme
now and the closing day of Septem- met durin'jy his stay-and hopes thatit *
in Ki simnVo.\ Kingt'om.; ] tn carry c'imliin: rial.! .
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ber. Perfect work guaranteed.Save will be his fortune at some futuretime l - -, .... .. ?- -.... .

twenty-five percent. Phone No. to again visit the capital of Os IWIlBl'HAT: SlH.NC.lCKKI'iv!: ; -- -,. <:' ......,...

ft 11. ceola county, WI4AT DIO MRS BtiOWAl A CAl.tADDYwci TO. WUE.N TWO ARC MARRtdP : ""
-'-' 1 WMV, AiShingle rs. lint Johnston of -HOME / sue SAID rtiE wctjf; MARE rso i FCANKW' "IT MAKES "'EM 'f

Cri'ck: was' ot church lnqt S.m- / AND. THE PRCACMCK! MAU6 .. >ii..:?. ONe TOO MAI JY. 's. "
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Khing'p Trc' k, wasit church lost: Sinday t .r
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a FOITIP misfp: nt broke into the' 1 ''f.,

home and stole floods! and jewelry to HOME

''opunni Books and a con-i.leralile, a:1: nut t. !Mr. .Tu'mst'M ISN'T ; : '' 'I' '.il

IM at 'V"mip"gIunitoha; looking( after DAD THEJOKER( ( \V

KTiio fir th" p.uperiesheld:; by ? '' .f.

OUI1UULSupplies h'mTj "n' h'f, "enil) t'xho' ic .

- T woe left uniuirdet.dariu\ I ( the. f'

.' hOIlRh"! riT ''"r>r."rr.I1S prompt! j. ..tt.,'"

j Why Walt Until The Last Hour when we will be rtisJiu ? not;jfp I, sn it !is rrportrd, BB scon a"; ; r4& BVlj'3 .
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i BISIMMEeGAINING'SPECIAL MANY MATTERS KEEP, : i'i'Maas
ATTENDHighland PUBUCTT1 COUNCIL VERY BUSY SLia.ftVaooueuN ;
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io'doubt other'ftclllties necessary to, upon It* own Initiative
# Oaks Farm (successful marketing will be provide, i A bill was received from Massey A "
for the. Growers' Association.: But Warlow for the conclusion of that gAY. VM* MILK 7

>I. they have begun by buying a millionI firm's legal work in settling the bulk. CHBCt&GfTTlMGCut ,,
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I strawberry plants, so that good plant head matters. The balance claimed 6iGGER. i .

FIFTH. ANNUAL," SALE /urill,, be readily available to everyone' > (wa $350, and a warrant was ordered
(Who wishes' to'I Join the movement idrawn. for that' sum.. cf, Rogers, I ,f

192'2 ,They expect to purchase a million Jof Daytena, an expert witness in theI '
:Friday September 1"5 ''more. They' have secured I the services -,I Maloney-Lujxfer case, sent a,, bill to 1A & ,i

of a soil expert whpse sole duty, the city for $39!) as' fees.. Lewis "
;it Is to advise men who wish to' grow j O'Bryan' through whose efforts Rog
i 40 CHOICE BRED SOWS, YEARLING GILTS berries as to whether their soil. I II era was obtained as expert witness,

AND 5 BOARS suitable or not, and if it is, to,give< is accredited as saying that he< ,:I.!.t;,.

M ,them all the davice and ,.Instruction''"thought e,charge' somewhat out of Jln 4} ." 17<

20 rAY S II IRE CATTLE 20 necessary' to start; them straight anfl< reason; ,", and. the mater was passed: .. ' ,. 'I
Jeep them going straight. We hav,. for the time.. A communication from

"_.__. FRESH COWS HEIFERS AND BULLS not .been ,able to learn definitely*ftto '.- Lewi O'Bryan relative to amount ,the .Cost--of :Production :_ ----1
the scope of the association's charter ::alleged to be due him by the ty tv }

Cattle Sale' Lunch Hog Sale but it is to be presumed that it': services as city attorney, and asking Profit (4n dairying depends to a great extent on reducing the I J:;?;.;

: 10:30 A. 1\1. 12:30 P. M. 1:30; P. M. they have money enough they will that the settlement, 'long overdue, tx cost per gallon of producing milk. Cows on pasture slip down
i sell on credit to growers who cannot no longer neglected, was read to the in milk Bow. Experienced dairymen have found they can ptoI I i

pay cash, not only plants, but als board The matter, it to be hAndled duce more milk at less cost per gallon? by feeding a little .
fertilizer, spraying materials and oth' atTlincej, .
i. Oaks Farm. concentrate.
Highland. er essentiab which "run into mcney.""i| An, ordinance!...prohibiting the re-
J": "During-August;-and even before moval of any building from one loca- With Cow Chow you can cut the cost: of pro 11

the Chamber of Commerce,. with the tion to another without first having duction per gallon, you can put your cows'in better
Pierce (Polk County) Florida assistance of The Gazette, carried oj. secured a permit, was made a law by condition and get a longer milking period..

BURDKTT LOOM, JR, T. POPE BASS. a regular campaign to' bring about the passage and proper signatures. .,'
of
Hundreds dairymenare
'.-,. Manager. Superintendent. the planting 200 acres Of strawberries .t| A general cleanup of Rosehill ceme- using Cow Chow to lower r "
this season.They figure that the' decided and .withlnavery ..
tery-was upon '
(SEND FOR CATALOG) I milk costs Cow Chow contains
from 200 acres will insureth that will '
few
crop days spot present hast the right proteins to balance ,
-- .,presence at Kissimmee during the a much-Improved appearance under grass and to make it produce .

j,shipping season of strawberry buyer,the. supervision l of Councilman Clark. more milk. ).
$n sufficient number to create a proper I| Mayor May stated that he had received -
.OOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOO' competition among buyers, to the an invitation for the entire board Cow Chow will make your

. ---- .- :{end! that !growers will receive a fair to meet at Orlando Thursday afternoon ? milk: checks bigger and lower the '
t : ,. market priceT6r"lh"elrJT product. 'They '! ana'evening;; wheJ\- "'the'-State cost of producing, the-milk. per ___

Illlll gay the crop must be large enough'to"establish League of Municipalities will convene,, gallon.
: : : a market. Kissimmee and and it was agreed that all ,members

: Saint Cloud, in the same county;:combine of the council should -attend. Order, 'TodayFLORIDA ....::
: to bring 'about the results required The board adjourned until next
Your Choice for a starter. Stock in the association [Tuesday evening-when it sits as aboard
: is held in both\ towns in fair of equalization. The assessor

: proportion. I,[twill, by that time, have his books FEED STORES
If ask the for "a sack of flour" he -
you grocer We have reason to'believe that there :(completed and there is every indication -
will sell his choice. Ask for
a i you : is plenty of good( f strawberry land that the meeting will be largely -
: within a reasonable distance from attended. ". r
306 Broadway
Stuart; but we know there l is plenty .. .
: of land near Stuart upon which beans,, VENTILATORS ADI) COMFORT
:: ',tomatoes, peppers and egg plants can I TO CIRCUIT COURTROOMThe : TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS

: ''be grown successfully It s items a,
U series of ventilators ordered by
tFr : 'pretty safe bet that if facilities for
the county commissioners to be installed 218TWOONEEIGHT
,: i'growing and marketing; these vegetables 1 in the ceiling ofthe circuit
i equal to such as are bemg; provided -
Vimttroom', by C. F. Thrasher were put
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I for KiBsimmee strawberries, in place last week, and it is. believed l ,. --
less :. were provided by some Stuart asso- that these four airshafts, each th t.y-!:
'and choice. The get
get your grocer may
might easily -
.1 profit from it, but he will gladly sell it, because :): I ciation or corporation we season with 'four inches in diameter, will keep the 1
start off the coming a
It is better. ::! 'air in the large room in a much purer
r : ''hundred of these vegetables AT LAST
acres
volume of
1 condition. There is a vast
e Blish Milling Co., R. C. Woodberjr Company, ; where none are growing now. And If I heated-air continuously passing out ...

Seymour, lad. Distributors, Orlando :a cash market at the depot couldvbej from each of these ventilatorsandthe

.'Ot 90'9ttt 00009ttOO tttO O'O OOOO.OOOOOOO + ,: j dred provided! vegetable we would growers have on several a commercial hun-- I general opinion is they will prove A Real Honest-To-Goodncss
far better than the electric fans whose
.., .,...-- .- .--. scale within a year or two. If I constant buzzing proved very annoying SIMPLEX ELECTRIC IRON
,that could be done every Stuart merchant I
'. I would be wearing 'the smile to all speakers. Fully Guaranteed and Standard 6PoundWeight.

that won't come off" for a 1.'
I I Minister Thankful .. .

One Thousand Dollars I "I had stomach trouble for nearly FIVE DOLLAR BILL

Buv a Z&rclandSpend I For Commercial Bodies I i 20 my years system, also with constipation gas and which fever.filled I- The best bargain in Electric Irons since pre-war day..

'.s, L. Lupfer appeared before the 'could not do my work, and while I .
the difference asked was down sick a lady from out of The Dixie Electric Shop i.
\ I conynissioners on Monday and sent.me a bottle of Mayr's WonId@rful .
that the board make an appropria ,I : Remedy which proved truly .
lion of five hundred dollars for the I L wonderful. I believe it is the best VERNON. PORTER , ,' .' ..., '
Chamber of Commerce of Saint, medicine on earth.. It is a simple, ' r '. I'
that 10 Darlington Avenue Phone' 68"r Na :
harmless removes
I I /Cloud of, and Comjfherae a I like sum'for'the ofA/Kissimmee"Chamber lie- 'tinal the 'catarrhal tract preparation and mucus allays from the'.the"inflammation 'intesI -- .'," ,'.\,41.. "... :.('. :.', '" ,. ,'". . ., ''. "" '"i "",.1',,,..1IIii. 1.',.,).. Jj'fit"-f" , l .".."', I

realized' the ''was not t''at I ,
that money ''. which causes practically all stomach C
I the time'availablebut he would like ,,' trouble, liver and intestinal ail- .
ments, including appendicitis.. .One
to have official action in the matter. .
dose will convince e or money refunded. .
| In with his request the
compliance
'..,,1 J. Z. Roberson, and druggists every
Bums asked far were appropriated, 'where. I
'\. I II (with the understanding that even the -'-
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P ffi1$4.3 lf1rfit,; of the amounts would not be in

.,,;.)' jthe hands of the county until Novern-! PIANO VIOLIN FLUTE -- -
: bre then corning in as the taxes I

the collector.
were paid to
PAINSTAKINGINSTRUCTION 4...

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BOOSTING BOY SCOUTSThe
..F.O.B.DETROIT. '' II I '
Overland is of the
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Kissimmee Valley Gazette offers one most
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III.T MRS. U. J. BURROWS
k some good comment of interest
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in .-
popular America today
; J to parents in regard to Boy Scouts. TEACHER cars } ",

F I The article says mothers and fathers 216 Beaumont Avenue, North and stands more firmly entrenched ':
.should come to the Scout meeting .. .
..,once in a while. "Looking after these KISSIMMEE 39-3t than ever in popular favor. .:;

r rt i i boys and seeing that they are getting )
'ilifil ;;:::.:...
j fhe'best sort of start along the right I the -
At $550, Overland .
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paths is a most needed thing if this
offer greater automobile
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country is to grow better-Umatilla ; )
value far .he .mon"y
Exponent. than other
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Klssimmee, Florida NOTICE--, August 21, 1922 r BUILD \A springbane of 130 inches, with big cas-riding -. i

jL. .Notice Is hereby given that the city ? comfort, modem 3-speed forward and reverse .. ';
=_ council will meet the first Tuesday .
on illyAYr sliding gear transmission a safe braking system
in September at 8 o'clock p. m., for KINDS; with a square inch of braking surface every 15 '
the of reviewing and equalizing
Hundreds of "Thousandsof purpose the /issessmerit roll taxes 0.- pounds of weight, 'all-steel touring body with i

I for 1922, and will adjourn from nightto tLUHBER- baked-on: lustrous finish and many other Y

users in practically night so long as it is necessary to exclusive Overland features. ,}

i every line of business are complete./' ..said review and equalization. Cypress, Pine and Cedar. J JI '

Anyone wishing to enter complaint .. today's I \
it
cutting haulage and delivery ,against valuations as fixed by the as- :
We make Window and Door ,
1 \ sessor will be heard at these meet. 1 ''

I costs with Ford ings. J. R. GILBERT, Frames. ,.j.
(Municipal. Seal) City Clerk. '
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One-ton
Trucks. Let usshow 37-2t

c ,' All kinds of Interior Fin 5 c'o
and how.
why
you FOR SALE ish. All kiudsof ScreensLet a :

:ft No Terms if: t, ,} ,_ .
obligation. ...J. _
its ,figure your .
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'desir d. Fine Broadway 4Propeity Entire House Bill r

Containing nine rooms: LUPFER & rRATHER-
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Large Sleeping Porch, KrSSIMMEE. FLORIDA I
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; :Osceola. Motor Company .' with furniture., Lot 61x.. ROBT RJEDEL CO. .'.
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\': .AUTHORIZED")"DEALERS, . 110; also.lot adjoining,..50xllO. . . .t't.
"Lots of. fruit and orks i 'xt-IV
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9fu : Nove1tW
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.." "\. '' \0 ... flowers. ,::1., ''Bundle of old piper are for'sal.at 'Th. 'Gatette's Jot> --department Is ''fi fa
. ,t! . ._ ,: ,. ,' .; f' y, equipped' dCI' ab kind
'' v "' '> "c. 666'. ckly rBcm Csldt,'C.asUpa.19a the. office of The' Gazette; lOe.. oOob priJlt.
I : > ROGERS ', lag on short notice and at'reasons
T 'A .
Better them while then Is stock.1
r ; BffiMUMtt. ,aid HeafecVos.FiM 'A get a prices. We make a specialty of
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. .. 1 "j.161. t roMwarl1J ... ; ," ,.. Teaie...' " ,' Call. at once,.; Uieyll,nerer be cheaper loos*,leaves for ledgers.' 47- .
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THE KIS8DIMEE .VALLEY' GAZETTE."- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER .. 1922 .flHVRM.
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...o.o..o..ooo. .. I f e&i the.. ClraUt). .I.Ce.rt.(....ITtfc, JeaJclel fieriest' CIr!. buildings with\ vIew to burlnat, U,
t t LEGAL .1' suited.' Give full ,
ADVERTISEMENTS
.. 'BONNIE' BELLE BEAUTY SHOP J I. :: Chaaee-ry., h : . 'dress: Route I. Box pertloulairs.t. HeberSprings.Ad. .,

Qladfs M. Foster Proprietor Arkansas. .
I Il-ltx
; or Orange and Trust .

Perfect BaOsfacTrton Guar..n;..d. *J AW OHDINANCHiAn NOTICBI OP APPLICATION' FOR .TAX Company a orporatton. ... TIMBER; WANTKD-Bap and heart pIe
HAIR WORK A 8PECIAI.TT! iS10 BED' Complainant,, cross tie sturapage.. Highest prices
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Regulating the Moving versus paid. Will also' purchase sap and
: No'rth' Beaumont Avenue of Shed.," Barns ..Houses or other Notice' Is Hereby Given" That i. L. Isabel L. Waring Defendants.ORDER .t. al.. . heart cross tl.... Address: Box 1...

j' Klaslramee building or similar structure on the Aldrich. purchaser of' Tax Certificate No. OF PUBLICATION Kisslmmee, Florida. - I'toWANTEDOne.hor.
Public Streets of the Cltj .of Kisslmmee 1?. dated the Id day of June A. D. Ittt. TO R.
D. IN
WARINO. DEFENDANT
0000000000000000000000.00. Florida; Providing for the Issu- has filed said certificate In my office ABOVE! ' .. wagon standard
i, ance of Permit. for that Purpose and and has mad. application for tax deedto You CAUSE: width. State! Price. Posto'ffloe. Bo.,
.Providing for the Punishment of Violators. Issue1' In accordance with law. Bald the are hereby ordered to appear to U. Kisslmmee. c-tf
above entitled before
causeon or
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CertifIcate embraces the described
following FOR SALE
the -
first Monday In November A. D. '
BE. IT ORDAINED BY ''THH] CITY situated Osoeola
B. DICICERSOlfC property MISCELLANEOUS
111 at the office of the Clerk of the
COUNCIL.OF TH.ECITY. OF KI8BIMMEKl County, Florida. to-wlt: FOR BALE-Ruby King plants ,
Circuit Court : '
Oaoeola County Court pepper
I' : tots W. X. Y ,...... Z of i. 3. Keen's House, Klsslmmee the II.SS per thousand. C. 1* Schmidt, SECOND HAND OOODB. bought. _lei
NTRA O AND BUILDER; 1. That It shall be vnlawful for any Subdivision of Part 'of Section 10, being rule day,of this Florida Court and/ same the plnedale addition .;'i.I ;. ltf and .......lrecL. Th* Caalne ...tt
person. firm or corporation, to moveor Township II South. RangeD ISast.The. sixth of '
day the-month and In default
Brick-laying1 : attempt to' move any shed barn. said land being assessed at- the : NOTICE-Anyone suffering
Lathing, Plastering, therof a. Decree pro oonfesso will be 81Lt.! 'THE Original Watklns products. from tu-
house other, building similar date of lasuance of said certificate. In b..rculo.l. ln ll .
Painting or or entered against you and said cauae Clood city territory still open. Get < "tlon. or malaria
structure -on or upon or 'aoro.a any the name of J. W. Simpson., proceed ex parte. our wonderful offer and free sam wIll do well to write 1'1'I'' W. ; F.
No. 121 Brack Street,'Klnlmmee street within the City limits without Unless said certificate shall be- redeemed Homeland. Florida. 'tt-fti
It l I. further ordered that this Orderbe ples. WrIt. today.' The J.- R, 'Watkins -,. _
first obtaining a wrItten' permit trom according to law tax deed will published once a week for eight 18) Company. Department SO, Memphis .
I the Street Committee of the City Coun. Issue thereon on llth day of Sep Consecutive weeka In The Kisslmmee Tennessee. ...Ita TKLEGRAPHr. Touch Typewriting" '
Jell of the City of Kisslmmee. tember A. D. 1 Business Railway Statlon .,
_..-. ,...a.-JCUBBS-. ._ __ ....vr.. J, srf irirr>]I IKR1BBS CS..W.IaoeveJ4.abau..1o1ate.&nyoWb... - ____;J., : '.- - Valley rXtwa1rt1 Oasette meeOeceoltCountyyIorida.; a newspaper published: FOR-HAL.R-' Hecond-hand-'and-new-H.- .,, .-Ar. p.nm.n.blr- noTTj Prf.pars''

& STEED provisions this ordinance shall, up. Clerk Court, WITNESS the official seal of said bart coffee sausage and peanut butter for posltloif-ifTfli Railroad"or Tel..
on conviction be fined not more than Osoeola County Florida. Court and the hand of the Clerk thereof mJU. .coff.e' r..nner. and roast- graph Company. We secure positions
1106.00or Imprisoned for more than (Circuit Court; Seal) 16-ft era sold On long time. Wctte. Co O. for our Oraduatea. Write$ -THB
gt.iu';. ..* ".._1._ .t LawKlerlas / XQ 4ay.,-.0 both such fine and Imprisonment .... . day at of Kisslmmee August. 1913.Florida. this the ttth Ball. Everett Hotel. :Jackaonvllle RAILWAY COMMERCIAL, TELE-

IU !!_._ In The discretion of the Mayor ZtO1ICE .OP. APPLICATION' FOR TAX :J. U. OVERSTREET. Florida li-x ORAPH SCHOOL Bartow.,Florida. .

. Qe.s al ._etlee' I. all .taI. aadV Any.'ordinance In conflict with the .. DEED Clerk Circuit Court, i --- IT-US j

..... .taite* Cnrta. provision.* of. this Ordinance Is herebyrepealed. Notice Is Hereby Given: That :J. .1., Osoeola County, Florida, FOR BALIS-Two houses. : on. "T-room 'i -
one -room modern. F. U. FOUND
(Circuit Court Heal) ; Apply .
Aldrich. purchaser of Tax CertificateNo.
4. This Ordinance shall take effect
C. P. DICKINSON. Dow."" No. 7 Vine atreet ll-ltx
dated the Id of A.
1744 day June,
Immediately upon Its passage and approval -, FOUND !
oAnRI'TIt. Solicitor for II.it Man's leather .
Complainant traveling. bag.
Pat Jobneton O. P. D. ItlS has filed said certificate In my
by the Mayor.
FOR BALE One hundred "White Loser '
,a.- Leg may: have same by proving
office and has made for
; JOHNSTON & GARRETT Read a first and second time by unanimous . tax d..d to Issue In accordance application with NOTICE OF MASTER'S S.U E. horn hens, pure bred; 11.00 each.Meiro.e ownership and paying char.....- C.
consent and In open lt-lt. A.
Poultry Farm.
straub. Rural Route' No. KIsslmmee. .
'a..ed' I.- -
law. Bald certificate embraces the following -
RNEYS-AT-YAW session th* 6th day 0 . A. described situated InOfcceola In Circuit Court for'the 17th :Judicial '. B
D. 1622. property Circuit of the State of Florid.. .In FOR SALE Missionary strawberry '
Offices: 10. 11 and 12, Osceola Band A. 8. GILBERT. Lots .T County and 10, Florida.In Block to-wlt I of: Robin and for Osceola County. In.C)>anc.r)':. Plants; now ready; ".00 per thou.. FOUND::Gold watch chain and charm.

47* Building.: Attest: PresldentVof. Council.J. son's Addition to Klaslmmee City. M. O. Waring Complainant versus sand 'W.' B.. Gore, Orlando,' Florida. Prove ownership and -pay for this no
V R, GILBERtClerk.: The said land b.lnaa..e..d at the Nancy T. Whaley aa Administratrix of II- tice. B. H, McUelland. Shingle. Creek.-
KIS8IUMEE. FIX5RIDANEID'S the Kstate Alexander Edward Wha-
of
date of Issuance of said certificate In xi
(SEAL,) FOR BALE Or will for Improved. .
exchange
Icy deceased. Respondent, Foreclosure .
the of John Howard..Unless .
Approved this 6th day of September name .Florida resLestate .
._. said certificate shall be redeemed of Chattel Mortgage: Notice of r anlendld
A. D. 122. Masters Sale. Notice I. hereby given moving-picture theatre located In
II. R. MAY. according to law. tax deed will that under and by virtue, of a final one- of the best medlum-atsed .towns FLORIDA SPORTSMENThe
Issue thereon
.1 BATHS on the llth day of Sep- ,
: 2Et Mayor temoer, A. D. ItSS. decree entered June 18th A. D. lltt In Northern Ohio, near Lake Erie.
J. L. OVER8TREET that I, the undersigned Special Master' For farther particulars sail at officeof wild game in Florida is becoraVing
...NOTICm TO CREDITORS Clerk Circuit will on lid first Monday In Beptemb..r.A. The OaieUei-Klsilmmee. ..-.ta '
For Diseaies Court
Beat Many
F Osceola County. Florida. D. IVlt. at- 'the..front door of" -h* extinct. The same I. true! as to
i 1'oart of the Cu..tyJadz.. Oereela court house. In Klsslnunee Oaceola FOR BALE Complete set of Mark
(Circuit Court Seal) ltt gafne fish in lake and streams.
Good baths with water direct from Csat,. 8.se ml FI.rl.. Couns,).. Florida during the legal Twain and of 'Qene Field. Nice sets our .

..... c..rt. State .f Florida. hours of sale offer for.sale. and sell at In fine condition except that In one What are you doing-.to; save these two
'-redidnal'WOlIr -Ofl- -lueadays--LL-flEEdt4tT. OF ...... public -. hand to M*.- ,pr; bY.Jl..Jp.tal1 eL..I.oach..bJLy1t.: .
-outcry' -
.t -
ewls. M. Whldi .deceaaed.; - a-Jedi.1aL.-t.In.sIt.-Usee.Ia. : 'r.1.ibrt :1 ....d.!:< I'll. .....< ...: I"f'IItJl..tunbaue.tt.ictthutate.-.our : :--
Thursdays. "Saturdays from. 9:30 a. ..,. !. ..'........r,. nighest described itaf0overr re-a wonilfr- .;;; .
A shr4-4r4ve from To all Creditors,-Legatees, Distributees personal property: fully low price on either or both sets. self and posterity? '
m. to 5:00: m.
p. and all Persons having" Claims or r-rCI. All that stock, of cattle rangingin Bee Tborndyke Uasette office
H, Bteele Complainant .".. now
Kissimmee. Phone' 208. I Demand against said Estate: Eliza C. Steele, Defendant. Osceola and adjoining counties, -. II-tt Hillaboro county ig alive to the nee.e.ty -,
---- You. and each of you. are hereby no- marked swallow-fork In for
by affidavit appended to one ear wise conservation mea.unl..
Orders for the water may be left Tlfledand -required to preaent any filed in the n* *..v-_ t_.'".]_f_n... over-slope In the. .other branded Ace FOR SALE-Seven hundred head of
claims and demands which oreither ', good stock'cattle.. It hag Game and 1 1IAssociation
614 Patrick street.G1AS. you. that Ellsa C. Hteeln tnd'efe.n'dant of Clubs. '. fPurchaserko It Interestedwrite a Fish, PotectIv.Il .
at residence {
of you may have against the for bill of sale. H. II. Henderson PostofAce '
therein nB'm'ea.Ma non-resident of tVe pay /
estate of Lewis M. Whldden. deceased a Box 577. Ocala Florida. IS-tx Il which believes that, game
I State of Florida. and she Is resident Dated at Klaslmmee, Florida this let .
NEJD: Owner late of Kisslmmee Osceola county, iof j 13anardaCalifornia; that she I. day of August,. A. I). IIU I fish should' not be, taken from"the. '
Florida to the undersigned" executrix' ) FOil LE--Qr exchange for smallrefrigerator '
J. 8. CADEL. '
over the age of twenty-one years; It lakes and streams for of
of said estate within two years from As Special Master. In Chancery. a large Ice box suitablefor the'purpose
Is therefore ordered that the said -
the date hereof. nonresident KRI HUB A cold drink stand. W. & HarrisOasette sale should be taken
I defendant be and she is here- : STEED. nor they by the,
Dated August SSd. A. D. 1PZ1. I| of flee,
Solicitors for S4-tt
by. required to to the bill of Complainant.
appear of seines dynamite
MARGARET . WHIDDEK.! means nets traps;
4 ,
Ii Tel.phone.Oftl..e, No. IS; 1eUIdence. B. P. WH1DDEN. :(I complaint filed In said cause on or before FOR SALE-Wooden washing machine ,. ,
The sale In the above-mated other .
, No. SIS. Monday. the Id day of October A. causes Qr unsportsmanlike methods;
.. 17-61 as ; nearly new. Apply 101 Main
i
until the first In
postponed Monday
11tDjE.Stat" : ID. Itzl. otherwise the of
I allegations '
IN COritT OF COUNTY street. 10-tf it believes the 'ae.lOn.hould.
Hours: 8:30: to 11:0.0: ; 1.00 to 5:00: of Florida. Oaceola In said bill will be taken as confessed by October same being the Zd day of Oc hunting
County. I said defendant.It tober. A. D 112Z. be shortened and .
re Eststc of Mary Elizabeth Smith and JOHN S. CADEU894t FOR SALE.! For Kent Furnished. game refuges established .

DR. B.. L. WILKERSON i.Elam Notice C. Smith Is hereby minors.given that Nancy I published Is further once ordered a week that this for orderbe four Special Master. cents Rooms each and at No The Trespass Gasette Cards offlne.4t.tr.10 ; that laws securing ,the.. .4'

DENTIST! consecutive weeka In The Kisslmmee thing should bestatewide that only
O. Smith. as Guardian of the Estate of ;
Mary Elizabeth Smith and Elam C. Valley Oasette. a newspaper publishedIn Action Was DeferredOn
a state license for should be
Office Over The Rexall Store. Smith minors will on the Zd day of said County and State. FOR SALE-Fine residence property. hunting
This 22d day of August. 1922. Apply at the office of The Valley required that all license
October A. D. It22. apply to the Honorable I I J. U. OVBR8TRBET. The Neid llighwa Oasette Kisslmmee. l-tf ; "moneys
T. L. Comer County Judge In
snd for said County -at his office In Clerk Circuit Court. I[,should constitute a, fund to further
(Circuit Court Seal) FOR SALE--One Vets Electrlo Wall
Klsslmmpe.:.. In said County at 10 I I PARKER PARKER. At several meetings of the county Plate. Practically, netsAt a ....... game and hah conservation j and that'tJte
o'clock
JESSIE' D. KLEINMAN I the matter m.can. or be ss heard.soon for thereafter authorityto as Solicitors for Complainant 27-6t commissioners Charles. Neid has been I sotiable.. price. Apply Valley Gasect. I office of a state fame 'warden .

sell.' at public or private sale theinterests ,. T.ttiFOR should be created
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX present asking that a road be made I j. to administer
of said minors In the ollow- '
Copying Stenographic Work I ing-described real eatatc. In said County -I DEED ,from his noted medicinal well northof I TRADEFOR game'and fish conservation measures

$ I to-wlt: The West three-fourths of I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that M. connect The Hillsboro organization wants your
Kisslmmee east to I
.directly
Phone 253. State Bank Building Lot I In Block M of W. A. Patrick's B. Barber purchaser' Tax Certlfl1 TRADE: -Complete ..eot M.rlJl "
Addition to Kisslmmee City. Which 1,rates No. 1186. 1111. 688 63t .40, 642. with the paved Dixie Highway. At Tw.aln and of 'dene Field. Nice Vets. help'and warits to help"ooll ,toget .

application will b based upon .the petition '64*. 64B. 641, 647 and 648. dated the Id the he maintained In fine condition, except that In oneor ,organized. Are, you.willing;' to join
\ for such sale now on file tn said 'day of June. A. D. Itlg. and Tax Certificates August meeting: two Instances roaches have lunched : '

Court. Nos. 14 and 118 dated the 7th that the cost would be very low, and on a cover. I'll make a wonderfully !Jan organization TY "..If so 1 send your
Dated August St.. A. D. 1922. \ low price on' either or both sets. .
day of June A. U. 1810. has filled said ,
sddres to'
he would hundred dol Will name and D. B.: Farns-
NANCY O. SMITH. certificates In my office and has made that pay one swap for gasoline and OIL and ,

.4 1-38-6t. Guardian of Said MinorsVOTKCE application for tax deed to Issue In I lars. towards ttje completion; and it deliver filled the the first book time.when Bee the Thorndyke tank I., I i a,worth, Secretary; Hillsbpro County
CITY accordance with law. Said certificates
!. OF KXKCltTOH FOR" FINAL 'embrace. the following described property i was then decided that the county engineer at Oasette office. If-tf, Gam and Fiat. Protective AeeooUtion, '

UISCHAMU1S situated In Osceola County. Florida should make a survey: and give FOR RENT' 618 Florida,.avenue. ,TampaGAYESURZSERECEI1IO'
to-wit i
!. the r..rt .f rra.'y .I..... Htatef Lot I. Section: .. Certificate. 61*, an eatimate of the. cost. .''

MEATJARKETFresh Flerlda Oseeela ('_.ty. assessed to O. C. Eoohler; Lot -1*. Section The figures were presented to the FOR RENT-Nice furnished roomsal (
9. Certificate No. '11. assessed to so good garage. Several pairs wino
In the Estate!: of D. H. Wentworth. : Lot 14. Section 3. commissioners on Monday and madea dow blinds for sale at bargain. Mrs In spite of the 'inclement weather
David F. Ravens, deceased. Certificate No. '18. assessed to Unknown Helen Perdew. tl'Beaumont avenue
Mea.t andVegetables NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all ; Lots 4* and (1 Section I. Certificate grand total of $1118.80-considerably north. Klaslmmee. ...tto of "Tuesday 'evening-ther*. was''a ,nice
\ whom It may concern that on the llth' No. (It. assessed to Unknown; more than double the "
day of October. A. D. ItSS I shall apply 't(Lot 10 Section t. Certificate No. 440.aasessed estimates FOR RBNT: -T-room house, ..unfurnished attendance 'wbeii, by aJpr, .con erted

. to t h. Honorable T. L. Corner.Judgi to :J. F. Hart; Lot 6.. Section made by Mr. Neid. There'U alreadya modern) alaotwo furnishedapartments. arrangement; a -enIal party' ok poe'
,J.- of said Court ... Judge of Probate 3. Certificate No. 641,. assessed to Unknown F. D. Dow, 7 Vine "
well th
road from the mineral to ,
Mision l of knd
for my flnal discharge as Executor : Lot lot. Section, t. Certificate street Sl-ttx 'of the home 'KeY. afra.W '

of-the estate of David F. Ravens No. 441. assessed to Unknown; Lot 7, Dixie Highway; which Road Commissioner ., H. Dreseh and' W.Igbt.d the'"'table*.
'
:' deceased, and that at the same time I FOR RENT-Twenty-four' lore -farm
Section 10. Certificate No. 64S assessed
Phone .44 will present my flnal accounts aa Executor tovUnknown Lot 14 Section, 10. Certificate Ashtbn says. is in good condi two miles south -of- Saint .CIoud; with gifts theyhad'brx>uglit."at. 'V** a,.,

of said- estate, and ask. for their No. .... aasessed to U B. Car. three fourths mile off' hard road) -antprlsa"Meei on'th.' ftiUfest
approval. tion.The some- Implements.Apply .William D. :
t.r; Lot 44. Section I'. Certificate No.
I Dated August 14. A. D. un, ..". assessed. to J. 8. Stratton Lots commissioners decided that. action Beet' HI Main. street. . ., 10..1-._. ..'......... extreme,;. n4 :abos"tlt'" pisw 'of '
OTTO It. "BLEECH.
I Ti sad 7*. Section U. Certificate No. .should be deferred.- ,1-1t ham rood-tI'On'th.' lawrt had
; ..-.t Executor.MKGISTRATION a
:
DR. R. J. DEJWWGDENTIST .... aasessed t. Unknown Lot 61. See- *
tlon 20. Certiflc&teNo. 12$. assessed to "- .FOR' RENT-Nicely *furnished flat I bandooeoV.rthev, ." liu i pft1ftI
r
{'fOTICB 1 j!:J. R. BtsJIard. J1I E TPIBUNE STILL l. t Modern conveniences. Low\:rent for to n
W. U. Harrto.. -,14trLOST1 8ud the'oecaaioh;' TItW .
I AU of the ....v. lands being In summer. !! ::8kertt

. Onr the.) PMUffle Notice Is hereby given.that the Reg Township IT South. Range tl Rest, and The Tampa Moraine Tribune Is .- 4.. ., 'm.n-aa1dBc.. .*'.z.'luMnt.
-
OrW'lCil BOORali *pt. 11:". 1:11 t* I.tql4'c istration Boosts for Osceola county. being according to the Bemlnele. Land 8- '
Florida will.. open at the office of the and Investment Ce'B" Subdivision, of still leading tho field in South Florida.. W pltntr.'and th* fJeasur.1 a* the *..:

l KfOM. Supervisor'6f"* Resrlstratlen of Osceola saul Sections. LOST-Discharge from army. If found tbI'h1.
In of DeW. servicti says' was q'naUad only by
ce If' county Florida. Monday August T. A. I Als 'MM-of VWH of.a point .ltTcarrie, . please !return t* William Lee' Davis. . ,
_- D..IMS. ..04 ,,1" ,,) "'t. ..DM.bet. '.f>a4cti sv w I"; ;""t aMWifRa. iUaTiIdrnor 'CO -thaD af.Xd.poodent. Orooery. $5.3 Is !" "' ....W (hen* I..u.. ;;;' '" .
.
'f -1 : . .. \ J ", ,_ ","V f'4.- .
'- \ ;" 1 'r- r: 1. ,1.\\! ; ; 'S'II" "" '"; ... S.f But IClrtested *.ti'' oe$4.. fnhnT1neM.-v'An. \ .'

> >." ,. . .I. . . r 'rho ''B..lettal It"kI 10 ob'E"etlon' to W. P. Bar)). any ether paper thenerws wBT':44Tit.: half of nshtnr-toat'' blC :>> iib" ,. ; 'f,. '0 .., . . :: lot.l3gs' .:
the wlll..1$
.-'r.Z" Tj DI.teI! n retaty.:. ., 1' The said land being assessed at the *appears' every' day In the Trfboae. ,' tw ew KlattlmmeeaJrdXxakW'Ce'nteyl . .
COWPIU' XI.......
opeW Mon4ay. .ptemb.P 8,; II.t and date of Issuance Of said certificates aeshewn C. Carr :WI ,
. 1LT1LLRReal : will cleee aalarday. October 14, 122.. "' Isj netlce. Unless CatS certlflr circulation standpoint, ioVneVKPatrick: IJml"Klsslra- : '{
......iate .' ... .
I' All. person who are it rears of ageand sates shall be redeemed to mee. - ---- .--'* ; a \
accenting which! a newspaper* gopjulari- .
o.er.andWhor. cltlsens of the proves I ,
law, tax deed will' Issue thereon on tt1. :
Estate Agegcy. United States, and who have been residents it four"papers LOST .A .
the Id day of October.'A. D.'2921. ty, surpasses any"other pair or scissors flarre'shtarsvaluable ) tlful and laatrvetlv .. ,
of the State of Florida for the. .. aiog..p.fr.e
.*
:;. L. OVER TRICET. onlr because of 01./ '
....... in South 'Florida If want the ..hl'' ilves Valuable -'t"
a 11 .1&1 -. past: twelve months and of the County Cleric you clatlona. Will .
. ., Circuit Court. flader please -return farm hi. and snardonlns toP I.....4,
Realty Qoiight and soli of Osoeola for the past six month are Oaeebla County "Florida. new all of it every day in the and receive rewarelT Mrs. the South. ,Vrltto .."todayforspecial -"
entitled to register. (Circuit Court Seal Il-St Klrkpatrlck IK Orlando J"phln.1 .
.
seed slrements.
cant afford to the prloe*' 0 your re -
W. C. BASS.Supervisor .
Houses rented. year, you pass up Klaslmmee. '. Our complete stock 'wil enable
of Registration. NOTICE) OF BlASTER'S SALE Tribune? Enter your name now and ue to supply you to advntalsSprice
.
Taxes and Titl. verified St-llt
Oaceola Florida.
paid County. WANTED.; and quality, . ---
for non-residents. I Notice Is hereby given that under let the Tribune bring the' news of the :

I FOR B4LB1 and oy virtue of the anal decree of entire world to door day. EXPERIENCED chauffeur' wants posi.tion "
Fire Life and Accident Insurance. foreclosure of certain Mortgages In your every driving truck or private car; I A. MARflMSIIDO.: I
TEN ACRES!: excellent strawberry land the Circuit Court 17th Judicial Circuit. Rates $8.00 by the year, $4.00 for .six can drive any make of car; not
for sale ori10 years' time. You only Osceola County. Florida. wherein Bankof ,.
afraid of
work; reference. 'Box 111.
months for three months
Indemnity Bond. Interest with privilege of pay- OVange and Trust Company a cor $2.00 or Ktsslmmee. Florida. Sl-lts Oldeat a.. Largest *eedFlerida. H..,. ta ,'
ray all any time. Can make enoughoff poration. Is complainant and Bessie B. daily only'without the Sunday, $6.00 ,

IIISS....SO... .... I .s.-4.p the land growing berries and Donegan and Arthur E. Donegan are $3.00 $1.60. Questions gladly WANTED-To rent; farm of ten or ms-sos EUut _".*** Je>eks .... ..SI.,-
truck to pay for It several time. defendants, I will offer for sale and Ans 'twenty acres; good house and out- "
over before principal comes due. sell during the legal hours of sale at wered. Samples on request. x36-4t :

FINE LITTLE farm 7 blocks from the front door of the Osceola County -. ._ .
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T' *
' courthouse;. well Improved; bargain? Court House Kisslmmee Florida on SI
P. A. VANS ACNEWATTORNETATLAW I easy terms. Come let us show you. the first Monday In October. 19Z2 same WOOD! WObDt WOOD! 4.
FINE INCOME property In good townin being the second day of the month the : /;

l I Georgia to exchange for Florida following real estate situate lying and Place orders for veneer block
property. Can handle from 110,000 being In the County of Osceola and your BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANYCONTRACTORS
.. OFFICES' to 1100,000 deal....> value for' value. State of Florida to-wlt: The North and split blocks at once for the summer .

Winter Park. Florida Owner has several good properties.Will . one-half (1-1) of Lot one U), Block months. Blocks delivered Ht .

I exchange, any or all of them. "F" of W. A. Patrick's Addition to the $2.95 for 120 blocks; split for stove BUILDERS
Come see pictures of his propertyand town of Kisslmmee City. being a part full strand $3.15. AND
let's talk It over. of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast wood guaranteed '
8EVERAL cottages at bargain prices.' Quarter of' Section Twenty-one Parties with small .toves'can be supplied WOOD BRICK; STONE .

I '" Two houses payIng% Interest on I (11). In Township Twenty-five (SS). with length from 12 inchesto ,
)I DR. J. J. HARVEY t more than 11600. Way-down low South. Range Twenty-nine (St) East.!: any STEEL STUCCO
' easy payments. Why pay rent when Terms of sale cash. Purchaser to 16 inches. No'change in price until ,
CHIROPODIST OF TAMPA you can ow/ a home so .easily pay for Title. Said sale being madeto 15.' Get in N. F. BASS :JACK, BASS
win be at-The Gray stone Hotel ALLKINDS of Florida homes and In- satisfy said decree. Friday September your 5f5 '
the 7th and '8th of each month. vestmentsNELSON. Dated this the Stth day of August winter's supply while prices are low. 322 Royal Street .Sproule. Annu-
A. D. 18SS. I
REALTY COMPANY t
LEWIS!: O'BRYAN. All delivered. Phone 91; 616) Brack .. ,
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MASTER'S ALB Sl-Ct' _;___ SpeclalMaster._ street. 'J.: Bonnin. 35-tf
Und""r !.' Clrealt Cesir*, ITth 'Js>.lel--Cl ,. H. HAROLD HUME ... P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON. _
KISSIMMEE PLUMBING and by Virtue of a decree. of Oswe* CesiRty. Florida. !. fkaaOrlando FISK T.RESLaall'h..d President. Vic President Sec. Treaa. -'- '
foreclosure and sale rendered and entered ,
-PF.
I
on July 11. tta,. by the Hon. ..
SHOP I Charlea O. Andrews Judge of the Circuit Mortgage---Loan,- Com ) he: "I'm glad to see Best Fertifizen LuecticUes Sprayers Penltry SnppB I '
This article today
Court In and for Osceola County. ; Honest Goods Fair PrIce. Prompt 81&1p-
pany. Complainantversus ) It says. Sam Jones fined twenty bones ,
Florida, In Chancery In a certain ) -.Blocked traffic on highway." Ask T.., Neighbor-He Knowe I '
In said Court wherein
Nothing Too Big John cause Wilson.. Edwin R.pending Wilson and n. Frank ORDER B. Lawton.OF PUBLICATION Defendant. ) One No tire.par.-8ay.blew out and its one a crimeTo went flat- Get NEW JULY 1st Price UsU JUST ISSUED .

Too Small A.. Lemmon a. Executors of the la.t "TO: FRANK B.' LAWTON. DEFEND- let a guy equipped like that E.-O. PAINTER FERTILIZER Florid '
Nothing will and testament. of Thomas Wilson ANT IN ABOVE CAUSE: Run 'round loose all the tim..." JackaearrOU. J
,(& deceased were complainant, and. Arthur You are hereby ordered to appear to
E. Donegan Pat Johnston Kisslmmee the above entltle4-c.use on or before : -
from experience,
"Still 1'" learned ,
4' All Guaranteed Cattle Company! Gus No,.. the first Monday In Novsmber A. D. I used to. be so bad. .:. l'%
Work and William. a Potter were defendants USS.vat the office of the Clerk of the No- spare-cheap tires-economy--all ,ppp..p.I.p.. ...........p.ooo f,. r -
the undersigned< will offer for Circuit Court. Osceola County CourtHouse
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To Be Satisfactory sale and sell to the highest and bestKIH bunk.Trouble's _'
; Klaslmmee. Florida. the same
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A t**- -KI 'ft fr fff thft 4"V. "
t nt rtHouev i..g a .,la dcisf thi. Genii end liii Until I set mat ti myself
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143t door la Kisslmmee Florida be.tws.ii sixth day of the month 'and In default. And put some' good Flsk'-a on. .I.NSU'FANc :
the legal hours o/ aale on theId thereof Deere*> _nf.._ wlU be '
pre of me--
5 l Now Prather takes care
} wjiy T lIo Bam
Byroad :. dayof. October.. the ; .
: : described real estate Itlt situate following. In said entered against ex parts:.roe aad' said causeproceed . Vytroubles: ......- all gone.AM .. ', 'I ,

Oaceola County Florida, t .wtt: '" W. ntATHK 'iflATPKOJCTS
It-la further ordered that this order !
.'.. . .. All of sections eighteen$). twenty bo published ones a week for eight (2)eoOseevttv. 3 A. :i Klsslssssee :. f _, ;.
(10), twenty-tw ..(11), twenty-eight .. weeks, ln- "
The i Kisslmmee
,..,: .. c r.. (It) and thirty (28)-alof..ctlo.i Valley Oasette.: a newspaper'published ; . 'S.'ER'V'IfC.E'Y" <

.120. 6.c.r.. : ; thirty-two '(!!) except the Northwest at Klaslmmee. ; Osoeola County. Florida : .. ; ,.
; < .. ..s.Fmr.'l Quarter of the .Southeast quarter of .
/ : WITNESS the f f of said .,
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KIGHT I i UK: KI SUUIU V,, SEPTEMBER 8, 1922 ,
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CI;UB. WILL DINE of aaa aa aa aa.aaoaa. Proffer ;Will\ Bo Made.For'Damages LOCAL BASEBALL SEASON. CLOSES' ,. '4a F

[flN' SOCIETY'S' BEAU I TUESDAY: EVENING, .*, (0' 'j (, Claimed tContlnu from' jPtcv-On.> Wfigure 4
J Chamber of Commerce-' '
"The second regular/ ,meeting?of:the Notes : . ,i, I :: missed very few games- at short, started more double plays than anyone ;rye
: local ,Business Professional' Women's, 4 .q If M. Breaker appeared, before the on/ the'club, and has a throwing arm that is a treat to watch. Gordon Buft-

RETURNED, TO DETROIT *. Club will be held at the Newb",. Ipn .<> U. J. BUaUOyr$;,. Secretary. i 'I.' ;.I Fcmmiagloaers on Monday. in Regard torn rounds out a well-balanced and 'smooth-working infield. lie joined '

4 WITlfi\ RELATIVES I' aeven-tblrtY"o'cliick Tuesday oV n- 4 ,, to the Claim he had made atT a prev the teamat the close of his university year, and was a tower ,of strength.
ac a'aaaaaa & . <.. )
Mrs. Glen Dul) J Hone has hAd us her '.jng, and it.is hopod ;that every woman.. j ious meeting regarding tho damaged' His batting was both heavy and timely, and. as lead-off. man he is as. good '- -

;t guests her mother, Mrs..' 'Charles S. engaged In business! or .any profens'oT TtQ Ol',amber of Commerce takes ,to, a ,,pool :table stored In the Southland as the best .._' *, e

Cunningham end her two sinters" ,, will be present at that ,time. Those n-> pr't9d' prJiHcn'os' -:an*>rganizntlon. (' garage, which: he chained' ; wine The outfield saw more changes; Leo Wilson, Holmes Prather, Sam ,

;WUscH Neltye Virginia' and Hetty who ccntehiplafo attending; should:1 It recommends; no man for office\ cI l : made when the tnble-was removed, to 'Prather, Archie McLean, Murray- Overstreet, and "Spee y'" Alvey, took turnsin

Lee; Cunningham, of .D.\trplt.\ :They! ,inform the president! Miss Rile2Phrrlgnot works in no offlce-seeker's interest /Another: part of the building when the doing duty in the garden. Sam Prather was perhaps the most consistentof .

.t"*,.<;;'t''p''d.t: hnniii' Thursday accompanied; : :! Inter thin !Monday evtrrithut Our members as Individuals may express ;county exhibit w'as'made early In the them -all, alter the best fielding outfielder on the club. _

by Mrs. Rose who will remain for an. In 1 ,pprfe.it service may be ea- themselves as freely and pl.i ''year. llo claimed that the table!" had Of the pitchers Ptrz: and Young deserve special credit. The former

extended vhiit.NUMEROUS cured. In addition to the regular the game as intensively as any othoi I been moved to a spot where a leak worked in 208 innings, or a little over 23 full .geraes. During this time 'on;

business to be transacted! the following .' citizen, BUT this Chamber of Com i in the roof allowed] water to damage ,Hhe mound he allowed 157 hits and 69 run*. This is an average of 2V4 '' .

TRICNDS GIVE menu will bo served: inerce is' seeing that men elected 10 '''the table-.rand that the 'removal! waRt Funs and 6.82 hits per nine inning game-truly a remarkable record And
.__. SURPnt'RI ANNIVF.I1.FARY E .
- -1-. FVirtt""'Cochtall-. ffiec are" Kismnvmce Hooters, p.( ii Oirie tliu.lnstaMi'K of lhu ept'Ppllrling' ;rfeTKeffttief; 'th"5s5'W re not all] "earned""runK: 'It'"' Is-mtlch' too hot-toda;,-tmr --- -
A dozen and half of the friends
a Chicken Salad. Hiiculloped Potatoes \vhoso business, home and interestare the place for 'a showhall. He out the earned run record, but it is safe to say that it would not bless
of Miss Mabel Ploetz met at her ;
tic home, 324 Maple avenue, on Monday Ripe Olives/ Hot Roll/ Peas. all in Kissimmee j asked for $150-and the claim was than 2* per 'game. How many southpaws can show as brilliant'a 'per. r
Iced 'Tea We cannot help especially liking: the disallowed. formance as that? Pen never suffered the humiliation of being driven
evening, as a Surprise: for the annive'rnry Martha Washington Pie fellow whose1 tressures'are here for( On Monday Mr. Breaker asked that from the_thdx and was at all times a most willing worker Coombes Young's :
birth well to
of her
as as
k commemorate) the eleventh since where, a man's treasure is, there will\ 'the commissioners look at the' table, record .per game is a little higher, but Coombes is only 'a kid. and will take\,

coming to Kins)mime. The year evening LOUGIIMAN YOUNG MAN his heart be, also. ,(view the leaky roof, and (kettle. ac- ,tt; lot of watching in a couple of years.
A campaign was inaugurated by the {Icordingly. He stated that he wantedonly Last but least Sam Coach .
was happily spent; with munic unl GAINS "CHARMING! BRIDE by no means comes Story. manager, cap- ,
games and refreshments of fruit, Married: At the Presbyterian\ Florida Development Board 4',19'0: | that which was fair.; If what he tain'catcher, and sometimes pitcher, Sam should get the' lion'l.Ibare of N
suggesting that October 1 be observed -'said was not true he asked for. noth- the credit for the past successful season. The life of a baseball manager ,
There
cake and church Noon
cream werenjoyod. High, Saturday, September -
us Postcard Day; that a shower of ,ing. IB of little whether he World's Series ;
no path roses. jnatters manages'a
was also the huge birthday cake with 2, by Rev. David L. J,nnder,
its white icoing-'but the number of Thomas J. Addison of Loughman, postcards be sent by residents to I I Mr. Wilson, _who ordered all the winner or the "bushiest", of bush league teams. There are always a lot of ..' .s
friends and to acquaintances in other ptufT in the building to he set back at with. are-
grand stand managers and second-guessers to be reckoned They
candles] about the edge was not stat- and Miss! ..Wilma Mooney, of, .,. ,hll'- !
ivl with states. Last year there were approxImately 'the rear of the building in order to always only too anxious to say "I told you so,*' but they ought to bear In. j
any accuracy._ land, grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
W. Cason. two million postcard views make room for the exhibits, said that mind that any person with two eyes can guess right with second guess. ]

RETURNS WITH GUESTS : mailed on October 'first or shortly ''he didn't nee a place in the entire Sam was loyal to those who were loyal to him. He .favored, and rightly !

,TO VISIT IN COCOA The bride, a pretty little brunette, thereafter. 'building where the roof was not leaking so, the players who practiced and played all-.year! for him. Some of the -t.i

Mr. and Mrs.. C F. Flake nnd little _Let. everyone who__conveniently! ; toM he_ Jiad. spent nearly fifty fans fail to realize that it hurts a boy to take him out of the line-up 4n .
wns ospi'cinuy all rn< live in he", t
gowning ,
mail to his or her friends on October 'dollars in putting a new roof on a favor of
N son, Courtlamlt were in Ki'lqimrne.the !' of white do chine, jwith some outsider just because we happened to be playing an importantprame. .J
crepe \ 1 a postcard telling! about our wonderful '"portion' of the place-hut even then Enrly in the boys good enough .to please
early pint of I lh" week, ni guests!' bride's veil, and carrying her bridalIf1inai season were quite every-
-- - 1ItCl- !r..nGI/-A'.IH.b"rOiL !state. and climate and also whal'pon'd t 'lit rained orXmany of the exhibits. body. If they hadn't helped to win a long string of games! we would not -
returned: rat t1"R wbPTrytmrt'1"tlIn'swe"W'1ihave i < -1nthc--nfternoon" session -e' tho .have been such clubs Leesburg ralatKa. air
afternoon on Christman and New YearsEemcmber (board( the member having viewed.shetablediscuasedSbematter. want to win but there than .
\ Cocoa, where Mr Flake i manager in their ndnliitioni Miss. Mooney w9ano are things much bigger winning, and loyalty .
_that _Ihe xadroad-Qffl None
of the Cocoa-Men Island Citrus!' is one of them: '
,
in
a 3 Auo latlon. Accompanying them to extremely some difficulty ynjithfnl PXflpl'il'n'PII lI"nCO"Pthat 1 iala expect to inaugurate the ash) <, seemed to know the condition of Sam. woiktd hard, caught welt]) always batted over .300"and many d

the east coast were Mrs. Chl\rll'Pr-): In Ferurinjr the mnrnnfre was iimnsp, and of winter tourist rate tickets to Florida ''''the table when it was stored, yet it times went against his own better judgment please the fans .)I
on October first, with final :return''Kvas the opinion of the board that but In humble and I hero arc! -
vatt, little Thomas and Elsie Louise the officiating clergyman asked my opinion, am always open to conviction, .11
Prevatt, and Miss Wilma Wilson, who before: he would many limit extended: to June 15, I Ha" small' sum would be needed to repair '>a few of the "bests" of the season. They will probably start an endless
questions performthe
will 'be employed during the shipping; The following is a partial Hot of it. The matter for adjustment chain of arguments for the fans to discuss until the gong 'rings next spring: .....Ji
ceremony. members of the Chamber of i irrmiiHicc for .
new 'was turned over to the attorney
season as book-keeper for the firm of Mr and Mrs. Addison left immediately Best amateur team in Florida ___ __Kissnnmee Cowpunchers "
Barker ---- -- ;
S. C. Dr. J. A for
: )\\the board' final disposition-with
which Mr. Flake is manager. Mi's. after the wedding for an automobile Ray, W. E. Hankins, T. R. Bennett. the understanding that if the same I Best batters ____n____-____ ______ _____ ______\ tory and Prather ;C:

Prevatt and children will remain at trip down the east coast, and Pearl Best pitcher ._____________ ,_----__.____--_?__-- --_----_Perz .. .
Otto C. C. Jordan wouldbe
Wettstem could not be done? the matter ,
Cocoa a few weeks as guests of Mrs.Prevatt's" upon their"return will make their Best individual play____ __ : McLean's catch against Palatka
Reed -- --
P. Snyder, A. S. W. E. Stephens taken up by the board next month. -
j sister, Mrs. Flakt.CHARMING home) at Loughman' where Mr. Addi- Dixie Electric Shop. I" Best. batting feats____u Wilson's home rurvnt Palatka, and Story's

t FAREWELL ''son is engaged in the garage business --- .-- 'NO BOLL WEEVIL FOUNDIN home run at Leesburg.
I CLEAN EGGS:; SELL BEST SANFORD DISTRICT .
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"Q EXTENDED PASTOR I :-- BfSt'played: game--_ ----____Cowpunchers 2, Pals 1. ((11 innings '

7 A' "surprise social" was last even.Inl' BRIDE FROM LOUGHMAN: I There is too little care taken regarding Cotton has been a catch crop for Best'pitched' game______..-Perz gave Leesburg 2 hits and no runs

tendered Allen J. Miller, who is GROOM FROM KISSIMMEEThe many eggs offered for sale the Sanford section for several' years Best fielding infielder -____--_--_______--_-- __- -__; _-- ButtorfT

at to leave Kissimmee today-the affair in this locality concerning caring for but the fine crop raised this season Best fielding outfielder _nn__________________ ___ __Sam Prather

+taking place at the home of Mr. and announcement of William is made of the the laying-and eggs are frequently would give one the fever and the Best series of the season--________________Pals and Cowpunchers

Mrs.: H. -Clay Stanford, 206 Vernon wedding Bollock Kissimmee Ledlie Stanley brought to market showing they were growers would probably raise-::cotton __ lost improved player ._____._.,,._,.,_,--,-.,,-..?,, Roberson __

avenue, south, and being largely at Lee Garriss, of of Loughman-the, and Miss ceremony Rosa- laid in most disgustingly befouled every year if the price was right. If Most consistent player __________ -,u-----nu-uu-u--. Lesley

tended. The fact'that Mr. Miller, taking place at the Episcopal nests. Few people care to buy these it is right next year there will be The season should not be brought to a close without a word for the r

who has been filling the pulpit at the I church at Haines City at High Noon unclean, so far as exterior appearancegoes ,. more raised in this part of the state. secretary, Johnnie1'Schmidt."' That is one rotten job and one which requires *' v.'}'
"Christian church so pleasingly, products--no matter if the thousand
very price about
on Wednesday, September 6, Rev. L. There were one a cool head and a careful thinking man. It is easy to spend money but
and has added a considerable number Klrkby, of Kissimmee, officiating. is a little lower than that asked for ncres planted to cotton this season in :nighty had to save it. The Cowpunchers at no time had any surplus fund :

.to the roster of that church, has endeared lH.The bride is daughter of Mr. and the clean and attractive variety; and the counties of Seminole, Volusia, and to throw around and it is entirely due to Johnnie's untiring efforts that

L: himself to many during his Mrs. Edward H. Garriss, of Loughman any good poultryman will rely !admit Orange bordering on the Sanford section ANI' finished the season with an even break. Lots of cities much bigger are

stay, was mad manifest in the many I and is possessed of large circle that the interior of the. to and all are getting their crop away in the hole. Aak Leesburg. "
a
x addresses. made by the clergymen of of friends both in Po'lk county and a certain extent, impure. The shells ginned'here .at the Brumley gin. This Final Pitching Averages .

.J + ,Kissimmee, the teachers, the business in Kissimmee. The groom is are very.porou and the majority of gin was erected the year after the ,
better
;t 'men, and the private citizens-a large known in Kissimmee "! egg-eaters desire to-have all things war when it looked as if cotton would Player' Won Lost Percent Player Won Lost' Percent .f
"Bob
number ;of: whom, with their wiveare' I as son clean as po8sible. A few minutes be king!; again in this part of the state Jackson n__.. 2 0 1000- '
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I lof Mr..and Mrs. S. H.' Bullock, of 212 //McLean. ,_ ___ 2 1 i .666
'- In ,'attendance. There was a each day will suffice to keep a large but the prices fell, the boll weevil Moseley ,______ 1 0 1000
Clyde avenue, but is employed at I Clements ____ .1 1
4 .pleasing progranp arranged, by .Mrs. number of nests in *v sanitary, condition came and ,the farmers went back to Story ______:_ 1 0 1000 500 '
Nelson Maklnson and well carried out. Loughman by a prominent firm. He -and eggs nicely cartoned and their old ropl. 'Young _____10 2 .833 Chubb u___.'_ 1 2 ,;333 "'
ha. host of friends and is well- ( =
Not only was the gathering surprise . liked a all.. graded as to size 'and shade are always Up ,to date 110 bales have been Perz ...__..15 6 .714 Wilson .:...__ .0 ,1 .000 1IIf .

to, the .young 'honoree,'.but one by ] In demand. t ginned here from the Leon Springs 1, Sean' Reco d' f .
members of the .
Only ;
two 'families ', .
:?of the\ features\ of the evening" WAS 'J patch where there are 800 '! ;" rt! .' '. ., Won Lost': :." ..4 Tied :. "' Percent, ...
: cottony : ,:,;, i
present at 'I" "
the .
were "
ceremonyand ,* IS ,THIS -WILLIE' JOE! ' .. ''' ," ,'., ., "
ft(' .1 arrangedespecially; for his benefitThis ,all "attended the .'wedding breakfast : b"b"I acres and altogether"there .have been ',; Wssimmee\Tl-U.1'(; ; ;',.....'.... 83 .., ,-' 13I":\ ; . ,t '
r:: : ,waa 1wben, Stratton Story,'made Lancaster of Clearwater 'who bales with '. -.<.;: .: ':: ;,h\i\ \ "
S ,;s. : 'which was served in 'City at W. J.: ginned here about 140 some .1opponent."f'. ;- : ..:; : :. 18 831it 4 282h; :
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'the,presentation'speech' acompanying;the Grovel nd Inn. Immediately following -I recently came''here l to'' take \cbawgeot 60'0'to 700 bales when.it' is all picked. a, ' : "At bat wi i : 'Runs .', Jllt.c ;'Errorar'Percents\/ '

\ the''.donation of a purse 'of gold, coin : the congratulations Mr. and the projecting'room of the Royal There is ho boll weevil seen' yet and Klslllmmee.' _____-._____ 1766 .: .: 336 .a 483 138 .273 I ,

jM a gift;:from the.church, the school Mrs: Bullock left automobile I the seed is clean and fine and healthy.The .Opponents __.-_______ 1666 180 84. 185 .206 ,
by for Tar-port
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aqd'thesocietiesof, ; denomina- ----- --------------------- -------- ---- -- - - -
'J.' various points on the west coast, and average price has been 22c'pound a I '.
tlonl t and words;eemod almost to fall lAngell bungalow ih the Morsanj which will yield the growersa '
their Exceeded
.r.. < i" "t\ Upon return will make their Said Taxes : Short Of, One Million
,, a proper, response for this presenta-. home in j Meres. subdivision.-.--Tnrpon Springs nice profit.-Sanford Herald.IPIGHLANDS'OAItS .
... ' a new cottage on Emmett I Sale'Value Of Plants Think
Land Seller .
tiwrn
4- ;. I street. - Leader. The bungalow referred to is to
Light refreshments\ and punch were the former home of Mr. and Mrs. Syd- FARMS '
;"' .e' t. served'through', evening to the 1 Ferrymetal: is a new alloy of lead.,. ney L. Angell of Largo, who when WILL IIAVE HUGE SALE Honorable W. J. Sears asked the When asked :relative to the price .
: commissioners on Monday to tyke "
: paid,v Jar the. 1,000.00.0 sold
; large: gathering. :- and an occasion calclqm, barium and small amounts of they moved here left the home completely other firm in Florida and plants" :
Possibly no action
certain two
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't:.. .1" "lobc-to-b' *' r tem bared was brought' other constituents. The ofrenting.Largo upon a one- to the.<}lIceola. Growers, Mr. Newman ;,
;.. alloy is furnished'-'' the purpose
practically .I has'done more to urge the propaga- half acres of land he bought some said t at h.tcould' 'not if there {.
n" 4-n'*;introesntt9: !"""t"atlon. unoxidizable. say f
; d' & Sentinel. tion of a better and ,higher class of years ago in the northern portion of wef8' looQOOO 'plants' in the order- ,J


'' I-I" ffiljiffillmi Ii IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII( (II ii II ii il j IIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL i il 1\\ ii II I j fame located swine of than in this Polk the place county Highland has spread at Oaks Pierce.not Farm The only -,;")the explained frontjage"of city on that the the he property Dixie had given Highway.a strip from twen-the He;' were he fact'thought, as approximately he that had estimate estimated 20,000 too that plants high there, to in '. #?


== over all Florida-but over, at least, ,ty-six feet deep and four hundred and '
== = the row; therefore, the forty rows ,:1
: -- all states east of the l\liRRlsslppl-and nine feet long to allow for the brick purchased by the Osceola Growers 1""
s
w I the quality of the stock has been selected highway, and that now the accumulated would produce approximately 800,000() ,-r

primarily, from the best procurable taxes were practically double the plants. Newman Brothers received

-and then it has been made amount which he had been offered for $1,700 for the forty of
rows plants, .tj
'- \A Rocking Horse ;;;; the betters by careful breeding.In the property. said Mr. Newman.-Plant City Courier. - :

this issue of The Gazette may be He asked that in case the city' ... .

i e .. found a notice of a sale of forty would tender him the relief he desired I '1'
=== The Bank With choice-bred. Durocs, and of half that that the commissioners should' PRESBYTERIAN PASTOR
': tJ: makes motion but no If are '
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progress. you == number of fine Ayrshire cattle--both corresponding reductionon
recommepd a BACK FROM ASHEVILLE
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t
..: e' to be progressive you animals 'being specialized in by that the county and state taxes; if the

; : I Ability mammoth l institution. Every farmer city would do nothing he would .ask Rev. W. J;. Dresch, and family returned -

Must Not. Only Workbut should visit Pierce next Fridayfor.If no favor from the county. If he could I Friday evening from their six :?

: and conditions are such that the farmer get the combined taxes down to about I weeks outing! in the clear and altitud- '

cannot make a purchase at that time, what the property would fetch he (tnous climate of Asheville, much refreshes ,

I = \Villingnes you must save yourearnings.. It is almost = hecan learn of the excellence of the could" fix up matters otherwise he by the trip-which was made
=== stock that is being handled there and the "tail togo ;+
would be forced to allow la automobile, garnished with tent.k t
next to for to be on the
to Serve impossible : you can plan t.-. buy- at a later date. Every with the hide. The commissioners' life and stuffed with home-made "
i
'" standstill : you are making or losing. The = visitor there next Friday can have realized that there was justice in the nneala. Every moment was delight- j" __

,. complete proof that it pays to buy request, and agreed to take the proper and the '
fellow that has ahead of Is the fully .pent, fact that Mrs.
gone you
and this
POSITS INSURED good stock of every sort- action. Dresoh .returned greatly improved i

', :::::::: man who has grasped the opportunity of ,== sale will do much towards betteringthe CULTURE physically was an important feature. ')

!k-:: : saving his earnings: for: future investment. == breeds of cattle and hogs in many. The family'at; first hesitated to em- 1
elate URGING EARLY RETURN '
sections of the bark on the tent-life and even after ,,
He has had ==
::
e e Many will remember 101'1'. and Mrs. I starting were inclined to be quittersbut -

.--., 'I CONFIDENCE IN THE BANK ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS William Winterton, who own property now they desire to make journeysin

onJhe cemetery road. They left Kissimmee -. no other way. They found the -

.1 and took advantage 'of iliir facilities. REWARD FOR CONVICTION more than a year -ago,' and roads as a general!, 1 thing good; their ,

Mr. Winterton now writes from Sydney camping places were selected away .

YOU CAN DO THE SAME I Nova Scotia, where he is con- from all others yet close to Civilization ,..f
-' 'f '= This reward will be paid for information pected with the Canadian Bank of and where conveniences: : could be \A '*
leadln' to the arrest and con obtained and' vacated its
==== Commerce: ; style position "f

victionof any. & non or persons .In- "I' do not wish to miss one copy of and allowed comfort to take prec- :

: Jurlng, 'killing, hunting'or destroy* The Gazette I like to note the progress e ente. \ '

if lag, by any means whatsoever, prior "'fnl'made. ,.I am deeply inter. .c

1e :Oceo u.'y., November: 20 birds;'''1922' ,;.any animals of the fol ested in strawberry proposition CARD OF. APPRECIATION ,
lowing-named or ;
and
my only regret is that I am not
'Wild'turkey: .doves, snipe:)) juafl, with jrou. to join in this venture: The *SjVe wish, to thank our an.fdend "

., .. ducki.'squirrels, or deer., ., 1 I time ls, however drawing nearer for'.the extreme courtesies ;and;numerous 4 :

K ..rNours 9 A. M. to'. 3,,P.. M"" i .' This ,offer is authorized by the OsceolalCounty when we'''shall.,be with yon again, and Jkindnesies' shown our.'husband NO < 'r'' '
.& 4W- ' A .1 i :H1IDter'A.aoclatfo; and'father during his,'.illness'and'.at, .......
j r ''' tt aIi' : ; : ., I ,then trust to take ,np my,share ,of ... .
a the time'of:Tilsdeath. '
the work 10 promisingly started. ,
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L R.. ":FARMER: i Mrs.' .Henry Harper ,, __,. .,\ '
The capacity vigor Mrs.. D.,E. Harper.and wilt., '" (

rJ-!,9Sherltl.O.: 1 !'. .- 1a County), should. ,be. retained.. .Mr,..H. C. Harper and.wife.' ,''.!. I}
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